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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUHK JIMWION IMAItmiUiD DKMOCKACY f tWKNTtKTH VHAIl LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY UNE 25 won t I ANn Goon UOrAENAIEN7 Ituu 1 y f Special prices on BUGGIES for the next TEN DAYS A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while they last Rubbertires Repairing Horse Shoeing Etc CONN BROTHERS I I 1 I J t 1 i c r t I f to d 1 r q i A Tho Iitidlds Aid Hocloty of IhoUhrtt rf Inn Church will meot tlitft MM Raymond Ilnnoldon Marshal llerron raided n oriijt game f among the colored people making tour arrests who wcro tried before Judge Harris two being hoed Water Mrrftt Is ntlll improving nnd Ilio othnrcimoru would follow the Xfimplc that J W Hamilton bus sot cfoio them In rutting down a nicy concrete walk the city would bo ilnd look In hotter condition Postmaster W T West lius moved tho office fixtures near the frontof the building hair another window cut In which prism glass Is used and has otherwise remodeled for the convenience of tho public After the operation performed on Itcv II N Faulconcrln Philadelphia tar appendicitis ll was thought that complications mado his recovery doubtful but later Information the fact that ho Improving and It Is hoped ho will sown recover Attention Mule Buyers With tho liberal premiums offered nt the Lancaster Fair tine breeders of mules In this section should make special cllort to get thlcr stock In con diLlon fur exhibition purposes Note ring 24 and 41 on tho list on 2nd page Joint Teachers Institute Tho joint Institute of tho tho of lioylo and Garrard counties will convene in this city on August 30h and continuo fur fivo days This l1l bo an Instructive meeting and all who expect tu teach uro required to attend You Should Have Ono Mrs E I POUR Historian of the Lexington Chapter U I C has just hued a valuable booklet upon the Historic Causes of tho War which ought to bo In tho llbarv of every Southern sympathizer Price 25 cents Address tho author at CO So Mill Lexington Ky Balloon Aicnnilon Tho Garrard County Fair Association have arranged with ono of too mot noted aeronauts In this country fur dally balloon ascensions fur tho three days of the coming meeting which Is July 28 23 30 The association Is utTer ing 12100 In cash prizes this year a list of which appears on second page or this Issue Deaths Mr Joe Meadows took the remains of his Infant child to his former home Wllllamsburg for Interment Tho remains of a little child of Mr Have Anderson of Lincoln county were brought hero and Interred In the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday week with t the develop I teacher civil S olllca WALKOVER SHOES Its n matter of business to look as well as possible Its a mutter of business to bo as comfortable as you Its a matter of business to got full valuo for your monoy Therefore its a matter of business to Walk OverShoes 1 can s wears I Anti its a matter of ploasuro well Walk Over Shoos t nro made for every tiny of f the anti every week 3501 400f t i as I weak for i c H Wlk Over Shoos appeal to hnrtl heads anti tender foot Ask For Gold Trading Stamps t 1 T LOGAN w t 1i Not A Good Workout Sn easy It or our boys to defeat Nirbolanvlllo last Friday pond workout fur them Hofnrc the gamo the visiting Lenin was repru Rented to our boys n strong tint when the nliitli Inning came and the servo was 14 too In our favor they changed their tune Thn line up wan about s usual nod nl played won It V McKobertN umpired tho game before about 250 people SeventySecond Birth Anniversary At the homo of Mrs Hill the widow uf the late Stephen Hill of McCreary n dinner was given Friday Juno the 18th to celebrate the seventy second anniversary of her birth There were about forty relatives present Including grandchildren and tttcit grandchildren Mr and Mm 0 Hush wero also numbered among tho guest The occasslon WAS Indeed must en joyable and the loyalty of her loved ones was manifested by tho attention given her May tho occasion be often and may each of her de eeiidautsllvo to participate WelllnotonAnderton Tho announcement has been receiv ed hero of tho marriage this week at Athens Ga of Miss baste of that city and Mr Lcsllo of Cheyenne Okla but a form cr Lancastrian and a grandson of the late Henry Clay Jennings of this place Tho contracting couplo met while they were both attending Col lege at Lexington Vs Mr Anderson taking Ills law course at ramous old Washington and Lee University and tho young lady attending one of tho finest female schools of tho Old Dom Inlon At onco after tho marriage the newly united couplo go to City for a month1 sojourn Work of George O Barnes Two books of Mr Harries are now published one on a Catechism of 100 questions and answer paper tound price 10 eta Tho other cloth bound price 40 cts Proceeds from the sale of these will bo used to publish two more books bv Mr Barnes now ready fur the press namely Ills lectures on The Lost Tribes and tho Vanished Scepter and a largo book on tho Urst chaptcrsof Genesis will be gladly received 1300 will bring you at once the two books already published nod the other two when Issued or 2 00 will bring the ones now ready and either of the Others when published Send orders to Mrs Mary H Craig Stanford Kentucky LAN Low On July 1st and 22nd will be sold toChautauqua and return for lilt 00 for the round trip tickets sold on July 1st will be limited to return until Aug 3rd Inclusive Tickets sold on July 22nd will be limited to return until Aug 2411 On account of the Garrard Coun ty Fair July 23 29 and 30 ono fore plus 25 cts rate will apply from Parlr Corbin and Loulsvlllound stations Special train sorvlco dully iron Richmond Corbin and Louisville and return Lv Richmond 730 a Lancaster 007 a m Return Lv Lancaster 5 p m Ar Richmond 7 p m Lv Corbin 010 a Lancaster 007 a m Return Lv Lancaster 6 p Corbin 758 p m Lv Louisville 7 a in Ar Lan caster 1130 a m Return Lv Lancas tar 5 p Louisville 815 p in On Juno 27th there will be a special excursion to Cincinnati and leaving Lancaster at 610 a m arriving at Cincinnati at 1030 a in leaving that point at 700 p In 1175 for the round trip Special train arrives and departs from Fourth street station at Cincinnati 0 M Patterson Agent Robinson Tho announcmcnt of tho sudden death of Mr Thomas J Robinson at Hustonvlllo last Friday was received hero with the deepest sorrow and re gret this being tho place of his nativ many relatives and friends reside Funeral services were at his lato homo In on Sunday forenoon by Eld W S WII lis and the remains wore burled In Lancaster cemetery In the afternoon Tl6 Immense throng of people that attended ovlncedtho high respect and uffcctlcn In which ho was hold lIe was a son of Jacob Robinson ono of too organizers of tho congregation of the Christian Church In this city Thorn were seven sons and two daugh tern In this prominent and Influential fatally this being tho fifth silo to pass away within a tow years Mr A 0 Robinson being tho only survivor De ceased embarked In business In Hus lonvlllo about forty years ago and was sixtysix years old when lie died Ho married Miss Minnie KaulTman a ulster of tho lute II 0 KaulTman lly honesty mad Industry ho acquired considerable properly which together with the richer Inheritance tome Is bequeathed those whom ho loved He was a member of the Chrlstain church and was devoted to and guided by those correct principles which Insure happiness hero and hereafter Ho had no warning of the approach of death and ho needed none for hind obeyed tho Divine command to watch and be ready Every community Is made better a life and his excellent traits character anti high standard of morals will be emulated by those with whom he lived moved and had hU being It one 1 repeated Anderson Atlantic I tickets mAr mAr mAr of un was was hardly a Wellington Foursermniis Subscriptions Rates intermediate mAr conducted untarnished Ida life beach o T J P Bourne Thus worthy gentleman who has been successful in own business uPulr nod who liDS discharged his duties faithfully as a member of the Gained County Fiscal Court Is the Democratic nominee for reelection In this magisterial district hits n u Saul Ills election Is as certain to occur us the day Is certain to come This court raises and disposes of the public funds makes tho levy and allows claims against tho county supervises roads and public buildings and guards the Interests of tho people The ner In which this has been done Is evinced by tho very splendid titian clan condition of the county Tho other members of this court arc Squires W 8 Walker J II Dunn and Forrest Stapp all of whom are honest capable and ever watch ful of tho best Interests of the people and richly deserve the endorsement of their constituents They arc hand some gentleman and we regret that they have not furnished us with cuts order that we might Illustrate this mention with thefr features Hackney Mrs Dan vlllo last week of congestion of the brain was a resident of Lancaster for many years She was the widow of Mr Thornton Hackley who while Hying hero was accidentally killed by being run over by a train Mrs Hackleys remains were In tho DanvllIe cemetery Tho deceased was CO years of ago and leaves a number of relatives In this county who will regret to learn of her death Tho Womans Club met In the lee ture room tho Christian Church Juno 10th at 3 p m Tho program was as follows Subject Tho United States Leader Mrs II C KaulTman General Great Natural Resources of North East and West of U S Mrs F P Friable Great Nat ural Resources of South Mrs G D Rubinson Waterways Mrs J B Kinnaird Government Mrs J West Education Mrs R E McRoberts Summary Mrs KaufTman The last meeting of tho official year was held June 23 Sbbject Our Island Possessions conducted by Mrs J C The Public Good To the people within tho proposed Graded Common School of Bryants vlllo Ky I am awaro that use of tho printers Ink may become tiresome to tho pub tic However I shall promise If article Is read never again to appear In tho limelight of My first statement Is that to carry out tho law as it ts now written will require 20 cents on tho hundred dollars for every tax payer 1ft Garrard County except those taxpayers In Lancaster Grnrfed School dis trict and tho law exempts thorn Did you know that If you built a Common School house that It was paid tor out of this twenty cent levy Did you know that a High School for both Colored and White Common School graduates separately had to bo malntalnedout of this levy Did you know that all Common School equipments and repairs had to be paid for out of this levy Did you know that there are very taw Colored School houses In tho county and the Hood has recently re quired us to build a now one Most of the Colored Schools are taught In churches and they can do mand new school houses to be paid for out of this levy The Hoard of Education has tried to feel Its way starting at tho lowest levy of Scents trying tu comply with tho law economically Next year wo will be forced to mako It 20 cents It wo carry out tin Intention of the law It Is not a question as to whether It U a good law The law has been been passed If you are drowning and cant you had hotter accept aid rain your enemy It ho wll laud you on the bank What Is tho remedy YuLe for the Graded School Why You escape this taxation without presentation What do you get En lightened Community enhanced lands Very Respectfully W M Elliott u 1 1 c 1 than 1 1 Mary Hackley who died lri Mrs leufTman this ref n interred Instructive got Survey lie inphllh journal- Ism residing Y HEADQUARTERS FOR ering Binders Mowersf Rakes and Twinei iI HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky i De I uuuuuuuu II 9 Circuit Court As soon as Judge Bell arrived In town on Monday morning he was be sieged by farmers who bad been sum moned for Jury service beseeching him to excuse them that they might harvest their wheat and plow and hoe their corn wblch had not been culti vated on account of the frequent rains The Judge proved that he was master of the situation Ho Impaneled the Juries and kindly dismissed them Tuesday next June 20 which was a source of satisfaction to them He then proceeded to set cases for trial and hear such equity cases as were ready for trial All the olllcora of tbo court were present ready to discharge their duties Judge Bells charge to the Grand Jury was learned complete and In structive telling how to proceed against all violations of law He urged them to Inquire Into and Indict for all infractions of the fish the gaming and the local option laws AndersonHerring- Mprrlcd on Tuesday morning at 10 oclock at the residence of the brides cousin Mrs George Drown of Preach ersvllle Miss Eliza Lusk Anderson nail Mr Fisher Herring of this place the olllclatlng clergyman being Elder F M Tinder There were no or Invited guests of either of the contracting party The bride was attired In a tailored suit of Copen Hagan blue with hat to match She Is a young woman of many attractions highly educated having written extensively for magazines besides she Is an heiress In her own name being tins only child of the late Mrs Nannie B Anderson quite a welltodo merchant of this place He is the only son of the late Dr II C Herring While tho wedding came as something of a surprise to the community It Is a culmination of a love affair of several years standing The happy couple loft at once for a bridal trip to Ash vtlle N 0 The RKCOUQ extends congratulations and best wishes Card of Thinks to my neighbors and frlep during ereave ment In the loss wifeRespectfully B L Smith ro Rid House of Flcujs Sprinkle salt liberally over tho floors of tho house In the corners under he beds and other furniture In fact In every nook and crevice Allow It to remain a day or two thou sweep If one treatment does not thorn all a second treat mono will not tall to BALL CAME Friday Afternoon I Lancaster Lancaster Jail Park qq q q qvq iqVq qq especially attendants The glooms I desire to my 8ln ere thank d9 JoII- fasslstan e d eXP ssJotiS syp thy last an sates o lilY a exterminate re V until handsome being s for thoroughly dose NNN N N WiIm vs N Enormous Crowds Seattle June 23 The opening of the AlaskaYukonPaclflc Exposition bas turned the city of Seattle Into a veri table carnival The enormous crowd of outoftown visitors attracted by the formal opening of the fair seems loth to break away from the great Northwest holiday and the entire city bas taken upon Its shoulders the duties of host Contrary to the history of former tbere has been no percepti ble decrease In dally attendance The first days have attracted thirty thousand more visitors than was done by the Jamestown and Portland ex positions In the entire first month This Is easily understood however once the beauties of the fair and the surroundings are seen The exposition city is composed of 187 building some of them permanent construction and many of wood and staff It covers an area of 286 acres and contains 11 miles of paved walks and streets The cost of is 110000000 and the expiblta displayed represent a value of 150000 000 Every country of Importance is represented the center of the expo sition stage being occupied by Alaska the Yukon territory Hawaii and the Philippines The United States Government has made the most thor ough demonstration of the various de partments that has ever been and the far north has gathered the most valuable and Instructive wiled LIons of products and yet collected for exposition purposes Commute Call The Democratic Committee of Gar rard county Is hereby called in the county court room In Lana ter on next Saturday June atf at action candidate for representative county In the next General of All candidates are Requested to be present Hamilton Chairman TEATEUSYILLE Mrs Sam Cotton Is on the sick list Miss Verna L Price la spending tho week with relatives at Marksbury MrPorter Wearren of Louisville Is Visiting his mother Mrs Marie Wear ren Mrs Wm Simpson and son friends In Jessamine a few day weeksMrs Sallie Hlbbord has returned to her home In Lopgvlew III after spend lag a month with friends here Misses Mary and Pauline Hoop have returned to their home in Carters vllle after spending week with Mlsa Lota liar Mr Mart Bogle came nearbelog drowned while crossing Paint Lick creek a few days ago Ills horse down and Mr Bogle caught the horses tall and It out with him The Funny Side He I would kiss you It we were sot In a canoe SheSir I wish to be In stantlr r T w A pup Is as friendly as a candidate two days before election Nothing Is question who Is first to know there s a moon A layer or the manager of an electric light W R R A QAN expositions construction resource 3 qcl k p to tat 10qW totvar e Assembl J I lIlted a swain personal new presented meet Kentucky this washed ashore tI-t coin R Preliminary Of The Lancaster Fair 1 s- rII RifMf r AR7 YALi tllRe7 1J1111it ANl4t di rll9t J UI iBal1lFll VRa M List f f First Day Wednesday July 28th MULES Not Itorwmnlennclerl j r Ill 10 InJ I ft Total 11100 No 1 Mnrsmuli under 1 sear 110 16 11500 No 1 1 and tinder 110 1 1 HIM No 4 mnUlye r ndnndttl n 110 It 11100 No 5 Mr and mole foM Pod tt tld I OV 15 v 1 1 MW PIPE OAITED HORSES No under fi I ft tlSOO No T Htre or geldlnn rtt l under U It HOOO or itldmi throe and under HO HO laoOQ PLANTATION HOUSES No 9 Htteorctlolntftnrtte 111 IB 00 PHAETON PONY U HANDS AND UNDER NotO M reor ldlnf ny 130 T I 8 J400 ItARNRSS HORSES Noll million ly under liD Holt Bullion mir or gelding tee i Its 1 I ft Noll Mare or elding S rear and under I M 115 II BREEDING CLUB Rex Arbnckle to be divided Bouon 1110 IMOO UOCKAWAY HORSES No 15 Wire or gelding tour year or over 90 It FIVE OAITKD UORSI8 Stallion I year and orr 111011 ACTING HARNESS HORSES No 17 Mare or folding any stern ROADSTER HORSES NolS Fair retardleit ot tex or color MO mule year e Mae l year mud 10 two three No Mire tour t t1 ace I 041100 I tlJOoo v No U 110 Goo r 1a O III III III twoo w Hone IL Mar Otgelding u u year a Is 1 u and 6 any t 7 5600 uuu Note uu I6s h00o auu UO 1000- i Damocratlo Tlckat For Circuit Judge M 0 Sauflcy For Commonwealth Attorney For State Senator R L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Bublnsdn For Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nleHlgglni For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2f Ji II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourse For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the of county lam the Republican noml nee or County predate B D Herndon The meeting of the Press Associa tion at Estlll Springs next week will be largely attended and the pub lie should feel a deep Interest In IhU gathering discuss the best method of editing aud maintaining a paper The paper of a community properlY managed Is a power foi good It moulds public sentiment which the world In every condi tlon of fe A country cannot rise above and ideals of 1U people and Its paper Is a mirror re fleeting these conditions whether they be fur good or evil learning or Ignorance and a paper is only success flU when supported and encouraged the people decision of the Court of A that the new school law li tforial much for the cause of education iq Kentucky and the ef ecta will be far reaching beginning In every home and extending Into social and political bringing about a pew ors for better society and bottej government In Kectucky The Hoard of Ed uoatlon the right to determine th amount of money required fur the schools and the Fiscal Court nut make a levy that will raise the amount uked forty the board It It Mtlnat 4ti t 1260000 will be raised or tqboot by Uutlon aad Chas A Hardla County t yoursupport to rules The ppea e conltIL de- cisIon 1I1nltbo 0 lunty bail I nerve means life J purposes t y Second Day Thursday July 29th llornmnlfl jcnr miilumter S- Now Mar mulct leer end under J Noll Horto mule any ago NoM Mare rnnle any aite lit lift JO IJO Noll l lr olmnlrt any UK rrRKnlloM iercolttowiffililp 111 Noil Mule lib rMinnderlj ir f XMUSOlTM l f BIIGTtANb 1ONIRS- NoSJ Mar and foal at ilda M I 1 1- HAUNF08 MOUSES Volt or feldln 1 year and under tip I- Sf rOXIKS SHETLAND No 17 or tiding nr 110 I ft No Stallion any njc lo ft COMBINED FIVE IlOilBFf NOW liar or gelding any age po 10 HARNESS HOUSES NoM Bullion 4 year nd nmler S IIS la- NoSl Stallion year Hud under I IM 110 FIVE GAITED IIOIIBEB Noll M t 4 jtarandorcr IM 110 UUNADoyT HORSFB No 3 Mare or gelding any i lo ROADSTER HOUSES No 31 Stallion mar or gelding year and under 3 IIS I ft FANCY DUtVlNO HOUSES No U Mar or gelding any are Blnglo horie IIS Ill CHAMPION CLASS HAHNE88 BRED NoM Foal ol 1M either lex HO w US COMBINED THREE GAITED HOUBEH Now Mareor gelding any age FINE HOUSES Now Bullion Uro or Rsldlng nj agethonn toliand IIS I 6 CHAMPION ROADSTER HOUSES No39 Stallion or gelding say age W l I IIULEB No It a Oo LION 1 II lN4r aoo ato t are ego iI ale 0N 110 liD 100 1 16 Id r1Qr 110 CIIAIUION CLIB 6 1000 Mar iI5AO 11600 11600 MITE 1000 r IOOOp e 5tooc u u 200- 0a 2010 u 1SAe 20J4 mare IrS 20000 General News The Court of A ppeala adjourned un til September 20 The Kentucky wheat crop Is to have been seriously injured h scale President Taft set June 28 as th time when a hearing as to what I whiskey will be granted the attorney for the various distillers Two antelopes sent by former Presl dent Roosevelt to his daughters Mrs Nicholas Longwortn were brought tr New York on steamer Vaderland from Antwerp and Dover The Senate adopted by a vote of 4 to 32 the amendment of tbo Senate Committee on Finance fixing a dut of M a ton on print paper In place o the House rate of 12 a ton The Court of Appeals decided Southern Pacific tax cases Two o the decisions upheld the lower court on the question of assessment and tb State will not get millions wblcl were expected by the State omcers No Indictments have been fours against John Smith and Ellsba John arrested In connection with th assassination of Ed Calla ban In Breathltt county It wa claimed the evidence was Insufficient The special grand Jury stood 0 to 0 The Jury was discharged Dispatches to Duns Review Indlcati more uniform Improvement In tradi conditions under the stimulus of weather while larger worklui forces also contribute to the stead expansion of business An encourag lug feature Is the growing demand to goods to future requirements The Court of Appeals did not upon the constitutionality of tneStati Racing Commission as expected postponing It for oral argument to tbi third day of the September term The court directs the attention of coun ael to the question Does the grant to tbe Commission arbltrar power In granting or revoking licenses and do the authorities sustain suet grants of power Paul 6l el father of Elsie Slgel tbi missionary worker whose body found In Leon Lings room In Ne York Identified the aa that o his daughter Mable Slgel a cousin Identified the girl by the teeth Mr Slgel claimed tbe body The New York police nut giving out any Two Chinamen said t the description of Leon and passed through Chlcagc Friday en West The Onaotauqua at High Bridge opened last Friday and prospects for a successful session are flittering pr- E M Standlfer of Rockwood Tenn btulnev manager baa been on the grounds for several days and Dr W L Davidson and Rev George R Stuart tbe superintendents have rived A large tent with seating capacity of 3000 bas been erected and some of the most noted lecturers In the United States have been placed on the programme A dispatch from Danvllle says Chief of Police W Logan Wood Emerson L Ilalnea and George F Vanbremer on thd charge of tlon from the Uulted States army Chief Wood approached the two men who clothe and were lolling on the streets and Jn quired aa to buslnew In the city answers and conduct tho officer Immediately became auspicious and took them Into custody Upon close crowexamination flames con teased and said thai they had run off Communl cation was held with the officers at Fort Oglethorpe the deserters verified Chief Wood waa o deliver the two men to the army at lost Thomas reported the son attempted better pass ac was Information Inwer route are defer Iloll1tbe Cram brop Qa r s r arriving the cover corps are hi partner a arrested were a ForIO end story was authorities y p a 4 y e t Bryanttvlllo Graded School Election Notice J At a regular term of tho County Court and held n Court house In ot baticiste Garrard county Kentucky day of May 1009 the following were Present Ford Judge W M Elliott others on petition establish the terrl tory In and around of Ury antavllie A written navlng been In the olllco of the Uarrard V II J W Duncan Noc J S U II Ilalcoml I P Graham II J Tomlinson N U Cheatham Alford lien MUllins W II Swope and C M Jenkins more than legal white voterg m tax payers I tbe district of the proposed Common School District Judge of the Garrard County Court establish a Graded Common School a territory to bo agreed upon by between tbe of and the said petitioners tbe site the said to upon a lot of acres of land now owned O M Jenkins facing tbe Nlcholasvlllo and Lexington Ulrnplk adjoining the lands an to establish school Having been I writing by the Schools of Garrard Ky school will or o common districts Num hers 31 30 10 22 32 and trustees of all tb said districts wit W M trustee of distrIct No7 trustee of No 31 G A Bowling trustee of No 30 D F Secrest No 10 Isaac Dun can trustee of trustee of No 32 having approved tbe said petition In writing and the petition having been pre seated to tbe the Garrard O Court on Monday April 2Uth 1900 same being a regular term of Oarrun County Court same noted record and the said cause having been continued fur ex bearing until the May term of this court to wit 24th 1909 and the petition having been submitted to court hear said petition asking that boundary for district and a be opened and an election be held the of Garrard County Ky upon the proposition taking sense voters In said territory 6r proposed school district whether qr nut will vote an annual tax on each 110000 worth of assessable taxable belonging to said white voters apd corporations In said proposed district a tax of on Inhabitant over 21 years of In sold proposed Graded Common School District tbe purchasing of suitable buildings and tl i said school In the agreed Upon b and between the County Court aud the petitioner Is as at a In tile middle of tbe Lancaster And Lexington road In trout of residence and run ulna a lle dui North miles to a I spring OQ thf arm of Leslie uuuiei near na Vista thence a line milk a with a 2i miles Including the farina end residences of the following named Gus Scott Fayette Mrs Yates Hudson John Woods U K Polndexltr Mote Robinson W M Robert Rout Mrs Hello Perkins Huston Roberts llust er IlruwnJ Im Parks Wm liroadus W T Doolln Fox Turner Nelson Wlll Alex Dean Bud Uannair Sweeney Joe Win Slierrow Charley Glass thence to the beginning not In eluding tho residence of thd Rubles tie named the outside boundary and Includ all white legal voters with the of 8IUIO County do causu a poll to be an election held said proposed Graded Common election all the the u proceed n and t a Graded n tb own petition tiled Court on A by C O Becker J J Dunn M F ltuu lean J II lasley llrya t N U dcn Bell Jess ton the In and court of Superl teudent of aud the proposed faun aryof tile tU hole I D nd the to EIII DenisSc cruel t trustee No 22 O lean No o and W T Duulln and of and and May a of 100 said proposed district said district or school ea o tbo G rrard j oos 2 dln near and below a Uu clt le O Uel Scott y Brooke Sallie M rot Rosa John Iarlloo Win Shall Duncan U j 1 dUIIII lion Duncan Simpson Mouruw Mont said OOundory pro that oW nard bool Gp card tale 24th Gunty ill lat 909 Logan tot two Lancaster tue the said ttt F uricedand wUlta male thaaald Uraoled stake la boat persons Scout lid and lu assessable perty tlletlletlff o tile a Third Day Friday July 30th JIKKKOINO OIAM Note Mara MM ifaton I I9 IOCi h vail ATT ylorn l l llOWcath lill irMii2nil lioioawinllril PIPS BAITED IIOltSKg gialllftnl year and umterJ 110 I J year end undo 1 IIS 16- CIIAMIlOX MUtE CtAB Noll Four mill team lytar ami over ITS 1S FlU OAITKI Bullion 1 year and under I IM 11 ItOADSTKIl IIOU8KB NoM Mare or goMIng I year and under I IM F1VK OAITKD IIOllHKS fleldlnii y ar and over ISO 110 Sr COMBINED FIVE GAITED IIOKBRS nno i IM lid CIIAMIION CLASS gaMli lired o49 Foal ollJus either i lit UtlM tnd13 3nl TIIHKK OA1TKI HOItBKS No50 tin IIARNK88 HOIIHlia No 81 rrgardlviiot- ownenblp T HO IO- ROADSTKIl HORflKfl NoM Stallion any age 130 110 IIARSK88 IIORSRS NoM Mere or gelding year and under 4 Oldlng4yearan lorer l NoM Mart1 year and orer r JO 110 CIIASJlION CLASP PIPE OAITKH HOIIBKB No64 Btalllontnaro or gelding any age IW W rt NoBT Stallion 4 year aud orer KOADSTKll IIOH8KS NoM Mate or gelding any age For Catalogs and Stables write R L Elkin Secretary The ono Judgo System will bo used oxoluoivoly f r 11to1 flOW fOoo 1000 Iiill H RI JOoo 11006 II 0 1111 Ell lJNol t10 1000 Non 3000 all Iaro or geld 11111 0 IIt I Pair of or JOO 20 10 NoM 10 utoo tOOoo IIARNEI8 1lOlI8KR II 110 IOVO t 30 liD UOQiI tint Ioal 11001 No 43 1000 Nola 1000 C6A1 i000F merry gelding any age u 1000 O0 It v0- r I 150 u Ono faro plus will apply daily from Paris Corbin Louisville and intermediate stations Special Trains Daily from Richmond Corbin and Louisville arid return2Gets CENTRIC RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR f S HUGHES EdrPubr gntertd at UuPoitoilet in LancaHtr r o M mh r KyPre a Association and Eighth District Publisher Lcigu Lancaster Ky June 25 1909 Rates For Political Announoameint For Precinct and City Offices 1 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per lino 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications In the Inter est of Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 tOtIdClo Mali Mater It Is the beat Investment ever made by tbe people Tbe pessimist bu had his Inning during the recent rains He has pre dieted a drouth and except a famine It either rains too much or not enough ID tact every thing with him It Is too tot or too cold too wet or too dry But the optimist comes to the bat full of hope and thanks God that It Is no worse He aces a bleating In every breath In every pulsation In every blade of grass and In every ray of lie makes everybody happy about him with his smiles and words of cheer We finally realize that wa have no coolers no famine and the abundant crops exceed our expecta tions With IncretslngTarlff rates favor Ing certain sections and Imposing heavy burdens the maatea the cir medium money la flowing too freely Into some placet and nation al death Is aa sure to follow as death of the human body Is sure to followan excessive flow of blood to one part of the system Money is life of one and blood Is the life of the other God approves a uniform circulation man favors an unequal flow of mosey to given sections Tbe extravagance of the party In power at Washington la calling for new methods of taxation President Taft wants to tax the earnings of which would Increase the revenue about 140000000 He alto wants an amendment to tbe Constitu Lion permitting an Income tax If these two methods adopted the tariff surely ought to be reduced A man named Lord married a worn an named Helper In Kansas and the papers beaded tbe notice LordHelper That would be a good for most of the marriage notices The nearly always gets the worst of It and needs tbe Lord to Helper Interior Journal Could Not lie Mar No one has ever made a salve oint went lotion or balm to compare with Bucklena Arnica Salve Its one perfect healer of Cut Corns Burps Bruises Sores Scalds Bolli Ulcers Eczema Salt lUieuta Tor Sore Cold Chapped Hands Ifs 4u preme Infallible for Pile at R E McBoberta Im nsaubllcan haaolutlons resolved by tbe Garrard County Republican co lttee and the publican of Garrard county In ton assembled That While we a full and complete county ticket for the ollcea to be v6t d for at the entu lag election yet It It the sense of this all give written notice of their tention to become such to A B Estrldge on or before July tat 1000 and that no nomlnatlpM shall be wade fur county oUlcet or convention called for that purpose after said date of July 1 1000 that the books be closed to tar at nomlnatloua are concerned on that dateOq Receipt oftuch BQtice on er before July 1 1000 from aafoM br de tlrlngthe uomlpatloa for a county oBlce dr oMcea or froni a y oae or more desiring Instructloat for dftirlct office or omeN tbe cbalrutn will call thecomralttee together for that pUr pose brpropcr publication and notice 81131 Old News Papers ffor Sale at Record short corpora lonl woman be Io nee con del e ball or lIe crops everything goes wrung sunshine fib are considerably head Boles Only Hell that the candidates a chairman a Cbl1i Office white voters within said arv shall be entitled o voteupon the proposition set out In said election Ufbo held on Saturday 10th lliOO and at tho same tune there be elected live trustees for Graded Common School aa by law Ordered Court adjourned to May SO 1009 A G U aA true Alt J A Doty Clerk Notice of the above order Is hereby nlven and the will bo opened as directed by said order and pursuant to same This June lltlillKCJ C A Arnold SlicrllTGarrarrt County JIOU11NE G W Sherrow had a to die last week JS Carpenter sold a cow to Wm Dickerson of Dryantsvlllc for 130 Mr Jonah Marseeand wlfo of Marks bury spent Sunday at Mr Job Mar Miss Cora Langdon spending sev eral weeks with hcrslstcr Mrs W S BowlingWm sold a bunch of tat shoals to Curt Robinson at C and 61 cents per lb Misses Bcrtna and Inus Hamm spent a part of last week with rela tives at Little Hlckman Job Thos Turner de a nice lot of lambs to U A Robinson Monday at 0 els Mr Wm Langdon and wife of Jack son visited their daughter Mrs W S Bowling several days recently Mr and Mrs Milburn Carpenter and son of Wllmore were with rein hives here Saturday and Sunday PAINT LICK Curry Rice Is sick Mrs J A Snowden Is on the sick listRobert Mays Is very low of typhoid feverMiss Annie Uutner spent tho day hero Saturday Miss Emma Burchell li visiting Mrs Authur Battier Mr Frank Conn Is spending a few days with home folks Miss Avis Mctcalf Is visiting her cousin Motcalf Miss Annie I Mallard was tile guest of Miss Ethel Eitrldge Sunday Miss Jennie Ward is the guest of Misses Sarah and Marlon Ledford Mr and Mrs Mlllard Graham are rejoicing over tho arrival of a tine buyA largo crowd attended tho child day given ut Walnutta church SundayMrs Grlggs Is at the bedside of her mother Mrs Ralston who Is vory low Mr and Mrs Kay Lackey ef Emma Texas are visiting her parents Mrs James Francis Mr Grant Metcalf has gone to Seattle Washington where ho expects to engage In the banking business A Thrilling Rateuo How Bert R Lane of Cheny Wash saved from a frightful deaths la a to thrill ho world A hard ho writes a lung trouble that hauled an cx doctor hero Theo I paid 110 to 15 a vlilt Spa who did not help mo Then I to California but without bon At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery wnlcli completely cured me now I am as well as over For Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough supremo 60o and 1100 Lrlal bottle free Guaranteed by R 3 MsRoborlt 1m legal lId July h said ed hors seas Marsee and lived Miss Doom rens Itl rand was story cold brought on desperate to a lung specialist it kane wont out and Lung I shall quite u pert its PILES t Immediate relief ft SMtf We 0IItMII It k McCormack Wood MACHINES Binders 12250 1 Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 Pure Sisal Binder Twine Only 9cts per pound J E Mount Co t It 1 riJIiJraJIi1ij I A BEAZLEYI rr Ei a d lei tL r UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Cavity on DnlIIa Stroea Cmbaimlag- OrU PULL CASKETS AND IIUKIAL HOUES ALWAYS IN STOCKLINE or Worth a Thought u Why do Mills tho Mills tile J largo Factories use Swan Brand Pobblo Top and Verlbist Why do they not n o their own Manufacture Simply be causo they know ready will last longer cheaper In price and less expense to and samples W W WITH BBS 220 K Main at Lexington Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that causo skIn disease must bo drawn to tho surface of thoekln anti destroyed for external use will do this and will permanently curo every form of solo Write for earn plo E Loula Vet sale at MoIVbarts Drug Store POSTEDTho undersigned norcby give warn lag to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose wlmtovor as wo will prosecute all olTcndcrs to fullest extent of tile law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W8 Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood U Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave II 9 Mrs PD Gill TW orrel John A Sunders R L Burton R U Bolan W R Cook Dave Duddorar Richard llorgornor Mrs H K Danlelt B I Kolloy US Hallow I Anderson David Tompson Thos Owens I M 11 Lumber Yards and everywhere CoSt W J Olllisplo W W Arnold II Metal hooting ills r al- f r Having a firetclnss 9tonm Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debth 1or further Information write J E HAMMOND f Ky WANTED Highest prioo paid for Poultry GOOD GLEAN EGOS and Hons Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Well Drilling t I r Lancaster 11 Poultry and Eggs 1V i i t fl1B1 Nortlicutt1S A t A 1 Why Darn Stockings TI r i rrt By Hand YM OaN ist- f LssssNs 7 rID I on lilt Mtchkll sewn lie M Ito See rt TOBAY rd 0 0 SINGER ArtN Rl I West Stanford Street Next Door to Mason Hotol Surries Driving Wagons Phaetons Buggies I have Vehicles df all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown In Lancaster and every oneguaranteed I will save you money Come and see W J RomansLancaster Kentucky r i t r EASY AND SAn TO U KILL LICE TICKS PLEAS MITES CUBES MANOR 9CAA RINGWORM SCRATCHES ETC DESTROTS DISEASE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY PLIES NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE THE ID RCAI Jw Dllm R E McRoberts AM ro rau leccum sue sus a 1 f t II11reI your Tobacco Barns with BEMLEY tlioy will Insuro your Tobacco also Office NatIonal Dank or Lancaster Phone i I II Lancnstcr Lumber and t Nnnufncluring Co and i wilt continuo to carry R fun lino of Coal Sand and Lumber Give us n call OJ We have 2 store rooms for rent on Depot street t f Sanders Schooler Sanders I r t HASELUEN- as 3I- F We have purchased the i Brick L good r y II r- tc C f Q r s 0too h 1iif ij rn III I N r aJu a A tUd1 BTANDAHDIICD ForAll Live Stock THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K PENNY FriiUial J I STOUMES Priil S C Dim Cwklir J F Robinson Aast Oashr U T Krabry PIUKOTOHS D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John B BtormM 8 0 Williams VIce Donnv J 0111 WI Hook keeper lam 4 E CD U- Jto 0- cIA 5 n CD r o y 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORD rl1 t Gossip About People v A Old Mention o the Comings Oolnji Ly Thou Wt Ate In Mr W Arnold was In Louisville Sunday Mra Mnttlo F Friable Is a victim tho of grip MIllS Lillian Nool of Danville II visiting MlM Kntlo Simpson Mr 8 Ilascldcn and family visit ed In Nlchulasvlllo last week Mrs II I Arnold and children of Paris ore visiting Mrs hello Austin Miss Gertrude of Madl son In visiting Miss Dcrtha Sanders Mrs Elkin of Atlanta Is vis Islng her sister Miss Jcnnlo Duncan Misses Knapp West and Lillian Coch ran are at Estill Springs for a tow days MIllS Helen Thurmanot Somerset Is tho guest of Mr and Mrs Uriah Simp sonMaster Goodwin Elkin of Atlanta Is visiting his grandfather Capt T A Elkin Miss Beatrice Rouse of Wichita Kansas Is the guest of Miss Della TinderMiss Clara Collier of Crab Orchard was tho guest of Miss Uilla Arnold TuesdayMrs W McGehee of Clarksvllle Tennessee Isvlsltlug Mrs B E Mc Roberts Miss Louise KauCTman Is at home again after a 10 months sojourn In St Louis Urlstow Conn of Lexington has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J Miss Anna Turner of McCreary spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs S D Turner Mr and Mrs Oscar Hays of Bores are the guests of Mr and Mrs W R Gotl this week Miss Katie Leo Denny has been with her cousin Miss Belle Denny of Lincoln county MlKsCordlo Hamilton of Mlddles boro is visiting her mother Mrs Jsaao Hamilton Mrs J C Ilemphlll has gone to visit her daughter Mrs McNees la Clinton Missouri Miss Birdie McCluro has returned from a two weeks stay with Crab Orcnard relatives Mr J Randolph Harris of Stanford served as an enlclcnt part of tho RB force this week Miss Lily Dale Grant Is at home again after a course at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Miss Florence Johnson Is spending tho week with her cousin Josio Lee Arnold of Paint Lick Hon C C Oagby of Danville was here on professional business last week and paid us a pleasant call Little Miss Mary Tewmy bwecney of Junction City has been visiting her aunt Miss Emma Hood H Clay Kauffman Is In Hustonvllle with his snare Mesdames Alice Lusk and Thomas J Robinson Mrs Emma lllgglnbotham left this week for a stay with Mr and Mrs Fielding Burke of Junction City Klnnaird loft for a weeks visit to her slater Mrs J H Robinson of Danville Mr Nathan Cotton and wife enter Saturday evening ut their home on Richmond street Mr Dan Collier Elkin Is at home again after a pleasant visit to his uncle Dr W 8 Elkln of Atlanta Misses Lavlsa Harris of Hubble and Mayme Ballard of Uryantsvllle have been visiting Miss Irene Romans Capt and Mrs Louis Ramsey of Nashville Tennesses are visiting ber parents Mrs Don Hamm of Hyatls vlllo Mr Milton Crlssllus and Misses and Mary Crlssllus of Wllllamsburg are visiting J 0 Crls sine Mr George Brown of this county In the city of Lexington where he will submit to an operation for appen dicitis Mist Edna Kavanaugh Is at home again after a scholastic year at College NasuvllU and a trip through tho west Dr Barclay Stephens of San Fran claw and Professor John Burnam of the University of Cincinnati were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs D M LackeyThe of Mr Nathan Elliott of Lexington and Miss Marie Louise Powell of Versailles which occured on tie nth U of much Interest to people of this community as he is a former Lancastrian and a brother of Or Mack Elliott of this county Young Mr Elliott Is reputed to bo one of the most promising lawyers of Cen tral Kentucky Point The moat delicate part or a baby Is t bowels Ivory aliment that It sutlers with attacks tho bowels also endangering In moat cases the life of the infant McGeea Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea and all de rangetoepU of the stomach or bowels B MottobtrU lea and A G lIe thman W S U Conn lira James D Wednesday Mahan Rad- nor A Vital dJ entery I C 7 OIL hospitable Lena s r Mr Irvin Simpson Is reported on tho sick list at this writing Miss Etta I ROM who lira been very sick Is able to bo up again Mrs J U Burdett entertained soy oral Mt Hebron friends Sunday dinnerMiss Rogers of Danville Is spend ing several dais with her sister Mrs Lena Grow Mrs Lena Tester who has been In very poor health for some time ham gone to Conway In hopes that her health may be restored IJUCKKiE W 0 Noel and family visiting his mother Mrs A Noel Sunday Misses Katie Mae and Mayme Dick arson were the Rueals of Miss Ray Wednesday night Mr A 0 Miles and daughter Miss Agnes visited relatives In Nicholas vlllo Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wm Whlttakcr Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Barker of Jessamine this week Rev and Mrs O P Bush of Lan caster were the guests of Mr and Mrs A 0 Miles part of last week Mr and Mrs J B Bourne and daughter Vlrgle of McCreary visited Dr and Mrs G M Hendren Sunday Misses Lucy and Jennie Dlckerson were the guests of Miss Fret ton of Stone from Saturday till Men dayMr and Mrs Robert Long and children also Dr J 8 Gilbert visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs B Ray Sunday BUENA VISTA Mrs W H Duram Is numbered with the sick Tom Skinner has returned to school at Bowling Green Miss Nettle Asklns Is visiting rela tIes at Burgln Alfred and Delbert Skinner left last week for North Dakota Miss Bessie Brown of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Cora Poor Mr Chas Scott and children of Van Arsdell have been visiting rela tires here Mr James Spllman and wife of Harrodsburg spent Saturday night and Sunday here Master Ruble Scott had the misfor tune to fall from a fence and broke his arm In two places Dr Burgln was called Mrs John Poor and Miss Florence Christopher attended the W U convention at Perry vllle last week and report a good meeting Miss Florence Christopher enter tained at dinner Saturday Mesdames Christopher and Compton of Indcpend ence Mo Mr James Munday and family from near Harrodsburg Mrs Ike Hamilton and daughters Mrs Will Hamilton of Lancaster Miss Cordelia of Mlddlesboro Mrs Spocnamore of Wflinorc Mesdames Compton and Christopher Independ ence Mo spent Sunday with Mrs James Christopher GILES Moses Hutnpby sold A 0 Miles a nice milk cow for 142 Farmers are about through setting tobacco In tbls vicinity Mr Charlie Murphy sold a young horse to his brother for 1125 Raymond McCulley sold some hogs to A O Mlles fur 0 cts per pound Mr Raymond Davis had a nice milk cow to get her leg broken last week Mr Andrew Stotta visited his sister Mrs George Fain of Jessamine last weekWe are glad to know that Mrs Lou Murphy who has been yery sick Is Miss Blanche Stotts and Jasper N Wyllo were visiting friends at Stone last week Mrs Harvey Teater has been called to tho bed side of her mother who Is very sick Mr Jasper NIYylle bought a nice young horse of Heather Ray price unknownThe little son of Mr and Mrs L B Reynolds Is very sick at tbls writing Edgar the bandsome little son of Mr and Mrs Ed Fain Is very sick at tbls writing We are glad to report that Mrs Fronle Reynolds who has been very sick 1s up again Mrs Floyd Humphery has been very sick for some time but we hope soon be alright Every roan has a Job of his own In his cornfield and would appreciate the society of his neighbors Mrs Moses Ray and handsome little children were visiting her par eta Mr and Mrs Goo son last week The stork has again made a visit to our community end gladdened the home of J W Watts by leaving a charming little girl Tuesday June 16th You Can Tell eiactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have It Do you know that Mallards Snow Llnl went will euro Hf relieve the pain reduce the swelling and Umbers the Joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were Price 250 600 and 1100 R K Mfr RabeiU lot I Loyd t n Guttery- of O T twill Wylie tit Mad Nor Just a Levi Limb Improving r a Business Items Remember WnrrtoldlcllaWflirro eery JlnW highest forfcountry producer H D Turner Full line uf Fresh Groceries atBD Turners Phone 1BO 4 desrOurprlcefl urn the PWe to tnwn Court da LetthoL NRentanr antservo you Screen doors tots llaaeldenllrofi 01B 3 wmrirni We attention Ctmrtday dinners Otaamiemcln Kaudmaaaad WB 8i8ircusr6illo s i tu TUH wi bread from Oil and will u no Other For bargains lobu gJeaA pdharnesB Gallco bMfr print ceuttllambergs Restaanmu iThursdarnnd BatnrdayTCIH Bl p Obaatolrlela W can on Satur day of each week at ourstoreMc IJiomasHIll it You can best J and and from W W Withers In Anoth er column 4 30 tf Taxes Due Ill I nojr lax boos rowdy that Lon payment tb Insist We wllfbe prebaWaKrrurtiJsh you a 25 oeoUiuvthe oldWard iCor If you are In the market for Roofing to cover tobacco stock barns residences and buy from He the price and handles the best tf Jersey For Sale 17 head registered and grade Jetsey cows and heifers also my graqdsouof Uhamploa Fox 0182t Turnpike to Nina 1900 right to eject any bids Roy Sanders Secty 0253t NlnaKy B Per cent Money Will loan In 11000 or more first real will law tbfs tall or the fir to r 025tf G B Swlnebroad To Mammoth Cave County excursion to Morainoln statlon July 21st off regular Paris afla A three beworlds est for eU Include the railroad fare board at hotel and ral routes through the Cave also one night for a dance or social at hotel Return limit ten days see L N Agent 02541 For Sale One of the C8t money making farms In Count for 340 Also btOclru a sold In Write for price dlscrlptfufl W T KING 628flt Buena Vista Ky line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Pull line of American Wire Fence any height Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special price by dozen and case A lot of good Lumber at special price BECKER Ballard S Co J1RYANTSVILLK KY Phones and 30 A I See our ItU s 2t WJaeaYOIIwanb t tooarUIJ othermskea ft bur IfMeldea fMc 2t Slmpa see llkl88rSavtRonoyby tramPowell 3oIO flamberwt1 COurtdarwll you ealtbb elrletuattbeW DA efIkat pro HitltIeJIoeraDd Jlroa Goo183 t8 d ha and m oJlIVe you ttrecnot b 1ecess8 C A Arno S YUliiht don b toe out b Ildlrmak bull- a Lancaster Ky Bide We are ow r y tve bids for the the I yUle pike from no o July 10th the or all su Ifof tate f ne d t the year n s the time male application i morn nil traloda to w nd 11265 these U s Id sores farm K IlJI barllal f 60 kys a d lements I Iii r sc- AfhnmaslllllrMcUrnaryrlr r lt Are est windowsindretrlgera r V et Fda itslandteerOlgars good bread eall18t SIiapsoa Give glraaN Urosr tFltl36r good eat Wr HrWard- Bu one oaf of nd yon Gel G t N bread EUaaday We pay t due tor e yn furnIah you Ice ay- rakesK Haeehden get le ready It Notib r the f 40D- ourtDt nor ot LexiugtonstractSD JI uraer 0 re ptko with money trip rand en Up to date Far ia Im P 1 rilu r T r 11 J IYroa w 1 Uncle Sams Supply of COAL will bo exhausted in n hundred years or so That neednt worry you so much as whether your sup ply isnt exhausted now Let us send you n ton of stove coal anyway A Good Block Coal For Threshing Obelisk Flour in Barrels BANKS HUDSON THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Thrmi Ant Cashier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank B L Woods Prtit W C Flab Viet Prist W 0 Kemper Cubltr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED AV1r Z F J t I b Wo offer ydft fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 onucoroRs- M COY RL ARNOLD ROQUYN J 8 BURROWS J B WOODS K L WOODS W 0 FIBH W C WYNN II II Our Customers ere Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance We wish to say to the public hasnt been open regular for some time but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO that THE FOX STUDIO I f 1 J J WALKEU President Prest J S JOnNsoN Vice ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KV CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 15000- B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIOMBT Asst Cashr 0 D WALKKH Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Globs Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold LANCASTER Golored Fair August 12 13 14 09 wanhen You 1 L The MANUFACTURING ENGKAVERS Prices Quito 03 Reasonable as Consistent with Quality GEttTtiHlk ECORP JQ G1SBta t t v Eon ARCOURTon OtISVl IIY t 0 4 144404 4444004NNeeleeeeee l JJCRDaOMeoeeeoeeeeeo6eeaeeeNaeeeeeee J W ttnttlftutu OIHOK neat FIHeil Pailidcllon uuaranteed Hughes eSwinebroaU Sell on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 omee llouri omeo over H a in to 11 I p m to 4 Btormci1 nmg Store B F WAITJ3U DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Omce over albs Arnold1 Mllllnrry H J County Surveyor IIOSK fc J Office corner Lexington fit and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts District Court Onico over Police Court Phone Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KKNTUCKY M Only White Barber In Town North ilda ot Public Square B PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hone Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr black laddleiulllon wee aired by great dUo breeding stallion Old Stone wall Tlil colts dam a Denmark mare He la a nice cots to prove till rood breeding Will stand at 8 to linuro un ill wtaulng time We bold a lieu ou all colti until paid Darren mart made to hjr the impregnator We nave perfect succeit In tlili breeding Billy Breckinridge This flue blackjack was sired br Major John n Harrla Imported Jack lie will make tbe leaiou ol 1503 at my baru at is to insure a coll until weaning time lilt get ot K08 1 now ou my farm to show for hit good breeding Ho U a sure getter A T TUAVIOK SONS fleaiant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford UK I No 4 FINE FARM IN MIlllAHD COUNTY FOR SALE A fine blue gran farm for sale iltnated ou pre near Point Iiivoll and six mllr south of Ijtrc ler containing 200 acres well located In good nelgbborhooil being part ol the John Walker tract with a liamUome new residence thereon with all utcentarjr outbuilding and good new bro 40x0 Well watered and creek running through TIHMI J4 cash In hand balance one two yean from bearing six per cent interest until paid Ierioni looking for luch place lca e or lee W o WALKER BUuford A FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO topeItching Instantly and will and prevents falling hair give tho a color and tina clean Ant healthy plo E lloso Medicine Co St Louis For saieatMcRoberU Drug Store Ask for sample COUCH AND CURE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings Now j m d e K e II r REAL ESTATE uI U S INSURANCE II 0USE DR X line was ne has for foal r ot sale K POSITIVE CURE cure case or scalp the It will For 8410 eVer fouam W KILL THE THE r Disc I t Morrow I arms 4 r n 4 r TIN LEY t an I 10 e0eNeesosvoooeeeeoooee eeeeeeooenoeoeoeooeeoo The the colt I k now two etory seveu room six aeverfailiug spring 5 ain day writ any itchlne cale i 8 Br gpPRIa 04 OK MOVXY KKVUNDU K McHoberts Drug Sore ANI AlL NRGAT AND LUNa Tl UlLE eUAX liJATIliIlA OK U I Farm and Stock When the pen crop m rarer cleat away tho vines and plant with purr IncdCabbnifCi sweet corn beets etc Jessamine Journal Clrdo Taylor f sold week n car load of wheat to t U L llylcy for a Harrodsburrf mill nt II CO It bushel Out oir nt any time any nueVcis you may Und growlim at tho toot 01 fruit trees or on the trunk or main limbs where branches should grow Fifty yearling front Mr J II HUB gluts Klmcntlorf left Lexington last week for Now York whence they will lioBlnppsd to whcie they will be sold and swan of them later will bo dtllvcrcd In outer coon tries Ho aluo shipped lost week 121 head of brood marcs dcitlncd for Argentina South America The Jersey cow Double Time 157631 J owned by tho College nt Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin 1ms I Just completed n ycaro oniclal test making the rush record of 14621 pounds of milk containing GUI pounds butter fat equivalent to 800 pounds of butter Tho milk contained 4 70 per cent tat on the average The average dully ration for the year I was 10 0 pounds Tile cow was fed a j mixed ration containing wheat bran ground cornmeal dry dUtlllets1 groins ollmcul and gluten teed with corn otiose sugar btets hay and some soiling crops as roughaKn During the year she made a olllclal rc cord of 410 pounds of milk and 20 pounds of butter rut Just whet the proposed pledge for tho Burley tobacco growers for 1000 contains has never been given out by the Board of Directors of tho society but It became known hero that one feature of time pledge provides for a retention by time society of ten per edit of time money received for sale of all of tho 1009 crop This mon ey Is to be used for the purpose of fl nanclng a private corporation aril tho pledge docs not state what Is the pur pose of this corporation This with holding of ten per cent of the proceeds of the sale of the 1000 crop Is to be time bone of contention among tho tobacco growers In tho Burley district this year and It Is said that this section of tuna pledge will keep out hundred and hundreds of farmers who will re fuse to tie up ten per cent of the mon ey received from the sale of their to bacco Temper cent of the money re celved from the sale of the 1009 crop of tobacco In the Burley district would be about 11500000 and It Is pro posed that this amount shall be used to finance the new corporation Frankfort News I Trouble Makers Ousted When a from stomach troub le takes Dr Kings New Life Fills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but moro lies tickled over his snow flue appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because atom such liver and kidneys now work right 25o at U E McRoberts 1m Rules For Forecasting The Weather These rules were from gathered from the most reliable sources In England 112 years from 1077 to 1780 and are as follows 1 A mild and rainy winter Is followed by an unproductive summer 2 When rainy werther prevails during a moon the charfgo succeed Ing be fait weather for several days after rain will again set In but when fair weather prevailed during the moon and tho succeeding bo rain talc weather will again return about tbe fourth or fifth day of the moon and continue OH before 3 The most decided Indication for talc weather Is apparently great elova LIon of the celestial concave and an evident disposition of the clouds to dissolve and vanish away 4 Rich hues of deep red and orange reflected by evening clouds are sure signs of a pleasant day following but when this same appearance of the occurs ut sunrise cloudy bad weather and rain may bo expected a fact well confirmed by many observers 6 When the sky Is overcast and small detached clouds of darker shade move hurriedly In opposite directions heavy rains may be expected 0 At the approach of rain smoke and vapor descend to time earth be cause the air Is too light to support them and at such tunes blade also lly nearer to tho earth than at other times 7 When at time close of a summer day dew forms copiously the day will bo pleasant We omit a few of tho rules which would not apply to an Inland section like ours Wo have some faith In these rules for they are time result of careful ob scrvatlons mado during a long period and wo aro Informed that those who have paid attention to them are satls lied thorn It something them We will have a good opportunity Just now to test time second Women Those attriictlvo women who arc lovely In face form and temper are the envy of many who might bo like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous arid Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples y blotches skin eruptions and a complexion For all such Electric litters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the nerves bright a eywr pure hreuth smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Ing women own their health andlbcau H not Stud lot grain outs observations will changed sky ruleEx I tJloodllllvo Many Illaml ty to thom 60q at n R lm big IuInn seveu day timed deduced embrac- Ing always follow- Ing Are wretched strung bloRoberis H j y fi y tt j Ji Do yoiilDnnyrhlslii tobacco Does each pnMlnu soil upon your farm Is your farm growing Do you lovo o think about nlghlrldcri Pool or not pooleasy lo decide Do you IJko to wait a year boford the duct of your labor Is ready to bo placed In tho bank to your coed rime tobacco trust A philanthropist Is the tutors lovely and dues tho goose hang high Then why dont you associate yourself with prosperity by building up n herd ot Thoroughbred 6ows Your farm will lie improved Your income incrcns lug year by year will be payable to you monthly You will take new interest in life and be n better citizen and n happier mnii DO IT NOW Blue Grass Creamery or LANCASTER KY uIrl IR N IJ t 1J 1 tJ 11 Ii fi l pro Ii- I hIt ij It- t 1 01 it 01 t Jt- U i t 01 l H H r tl tl tl to ltltA f f r f A f I J 4 1 i aly t u a s uauanu cloudburst wash new better tot 7 q p I es- l t u It I 1t 1 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following arc tho dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1009 as far us reported Olllccrs of fairs are requested to report to us any slots sions or correction of dates LANCASTER Lancaster Fair Col Aug days Stanford July days Henderson Julv 27 5 days Georgetown Julv 27 6 days Madlsonvllle August 3 6 days Winchester August 3 4 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 0 0 days Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Utuontown August 10 5 days Ilarrodsburg August days Lcltchlleld August 17 4 days Barboursvllle Auifust 18 3 days Brodhead August days Shepherdsvllle August 18 3 days Ewing August 10 3 days Shclbyvlllc August 24 5 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 i days Frankfort August 31 4 davs Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsville September 1 5 days Fern Creek September 1 5 days Bardstown September 1 4 days llodgcnvllle September days Monticello September 7 i days Glasgow September 8 4 days Keuucky State Fair Louisville September days Scottsvllle September days Bedford October days Berea Augusts 0 and 7 Perry vllle August days SICK HEIDACHE Sour Stomach Hearthburn Canker Sore Mouth Cured by Mlo no Sick headaches are caused by Indl gestion and a general disturbed con dltlon of tho stomach Cure the Indigestion and the head ache nausea heartburn sour stomach trod that all In feeling will vanish Mlona tablets will euro Indigestion or any other stomach trouble They will relieve almost Instantly R E McRoberts has so much faith In them that ho will give your money back If they dont Mlona cures by making the atom ash strong enough to produce enough gastric Juices to digest all the food you want to cat It promptly puts now life and energy Into over worked and playedout walls of tho stomach Use Mlona for a week and you can eat what you want any time you want It and take pleasure In doing It Your blood will be richer redder purer alter taking Mlona and It only costs LO cents a large box I was speedily cured of stomach complaint by Mlona Anything I can say In favor of MI ono Is not too strong William Hess Denton liar her Mich HKHOMt Cures Catarrh or back Jnsl lirmtho it lit Complete LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAUD8 June 23 Cattle Hog Sheep Uccelpl lilT t3M Mf- l8hl meuli Id Wl 3740 OATTLK Shippers ts a M Outcher iteeri extra Good to choice Common to IIelf n tra Goal to choice Common to fair Cowi extra ao id 10 choice Common to Cannery hulls balognai- Kxira OAUVKBi extra Common and large V 8 W a UXAtdO 00 1 V96 M i 08 47UBS W a HS 4w I 71 a 1X94 It 4 V 4 rat bull 4 iM04 T SHU TXiSTT HOKJSJOO IKMIB i gool picktri mid butcher MMX4H tu tvxt W Blag 6c0 B Common to choice fat t 00i 7 IV Ugbtihlpp r aiT t 1094 II ICOtfl40 BllKKli extra ComuiontolalrLAUKBi flood lo choice Common to lair I I tv noon oo 0000 n 123 213 113 183 313 73 130 103 12 183 1 fl Wo II CIO 1 2w2 I W I tool GIoO mi W Y t1it8 IS fliOjt7 JULY2S3 DAYS Zoo outfit lucltuling- iulwlur t Kites 9665 dhC9e26 nan n u fete n 2 umnuun nnu rule OlK4 Fair to ind heckles heavy rover r n r1I01Warmdlare a 000 4 VS unnnuna 411153 Y- 6Tar11071ottt661 Makes Immune R L Darnaby Cllntonvllle Ky says My hogs were exposed to cho era after they had been cured with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy but It did not cfTccl them in any way Sold by J R Mount Co 1MYANTHYILLE Mr Bryan Ballard has accepted a position In Lexington The Misses Maret entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday Mrs Hannah Sweeny of Jefferson vllle Ind is here on business Mrs T E Adams has returned home after a visit to Mr Adams ut Sharps burg Miss Annie Marsce of Nicholas vllle has been the guest of relatives here Trot Milton Elliott of Lexington Is the guest of his brother Dr W U ElliottMrs King and Mrs Denny of Bur gin were the guests last week of Mrs J 0 Williams Mrs Andy Rice of Boyle has re turned home after a visit to Mrs Taylor Burdette Mr John nerd of Texas came last week for an extended visit lo Mr B F Patton and fatally Misses Paltlo Belle Burke and Ella abeth Bryant will go to Junction City next week visit Mr and Mrs Alvin King and Mrs Ed Rogers of Nlcholasvllle visited Mrs J W Glass last week The farmers have been quite busy the last few dips delivering their lambs Most of them were sold at Gets Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnati who has been with Mrs Josephine loner this season as trimmer has returned home Mr John lulls of Rosewell N M who has been visiting relatives In Madison will come next week to con tinue his visit here returning home Misses Elizabeth Ralllff and Farrls Fielding of Sharpsburg arrived Wed nesday for a visit to Mrs T E Adams Several very delightful affairs are be Ing planned for them A Splendid D W Hurt Plsgah Ky Breeder P Rocks says I used Bourbon Poultry Cure with my fowls and Und It to ba a splendid tonic and I have also curedcholora with It For Sate by J R Mount Co Learning Wisdom from Other It Is a great to mix botlmoi with clover people Ono their brains unconsciously1 Dulwor Lyttoa The BIB Head Is of two kinds conceit and the that comes from a sick headache Docs yqur head over feel like a gourd and your brain feel loose and sore You can cure It In no time by acting on your liver with Ballarda Heroine Isnt It worth trying for the absolute and certain relief youll get R E UuRoberU 1m Pretty Tribute to Woman God mado woman small In order to do a more choice place of workman ihlp Alfred da Musaut Poor Milk js often thought to bo responsible for an Infants low In weight or general poor health The usually la that this child has worms They get the nourishment In tho food and tho baby starves actually starves Whites Cream Vermifuge expels time worms and nourishes the child sure and sate Prlco 25 cents R E McRiberts 1m NOTICE QARRARD CIRCUIT COUNT Xaclc Simpson Exr c PIJTs vs notice Addle L c Deft All creditors of time deceased Lucy Ann Simpson arts hereby to Commissioner at Lancas tar Kyon time SOU day of Juno 1000 said estate fulling to present claims at tint tlmu will J M Master Commissioner J This June 13th looo oia2i II lora b tore or- B thing picks tho undersigned and pretest tllelr Them Remedy conditioner k bighead cause blaster properly Ruth well List of Claims by the AURA1U COUNTV i At n rejuhr term of tho Onrratd County Fiscal Court IICIIBII nod hold In tho Court Uuu o In the tlly of Lan caster Oatrard County Ky on tlicflth day of April loon the following pro cccdlngH Present lion A D Ford Judge J It Nunn J P home I Jllsllcw Forrest I 1 J A Duty as Clerk of thl Court nnd M Clerk of time Hoard of Super visors immuring curtlllod the approval of this tax hocks for limo year 1000 It appearing that Supervisors and Clerk were necessarily nmploycd 11 days on said tax books nod they now allowed as follows WrtManon HIM OAltobltuon MW- KItRay 1100- WflOoooh XUO J A Doty Clerk Mm It li ordered that one lull ol the allowaurt be palilby the ni nil Court of rani County and the other hall amounting to u9 00 b paid out of the flate Treaiury which ordered lo be certified to the Auditor o for payment Able Dill 8 hauling on road 1900 I M- Aldrldge M I 8 road Levy 1909 M tfO- AdamiJohuJ day hauling on road levy 19u Anderson have 1 day hauling ou road Tory 1909 ISO Arnold 0 A Bhrrlff Levy 1909 IM 17 Sane Election Comraliilouer Levy iww Y lOCi IteckerDal rd ACoranperaectTr II7J Jr i A Aocl burying pauper Tr so Ilrown U Meet for Jill Tr S5 Decker Iauper acclTr Itll Bradley 01 Co Acct Tr au nallard J Krutllng election booth aoo Howling A 1 hauling on roil 4JO- Dollu Stud hauling on road LevylW9 100 Dett John 4 day haullug on rod levy t 9 Boalu road Levy Levy It SM Drown W K 6 day hauling on rout Levy Baker Ruben t day hauling ou road 9 IOO baker Kdft hauling on road Levy 19W9 7M Baker rood 2 day hauling on road Levy IM9 lUI- Ilently Kbb Shirt election A mileage Levy 1909 fn Bourn J II Rhff election lt mileage Levy 1909 JO- OBuruilde Wood Clerk election Levy 1900 0- Baillu A II Judge election Levy 1909 Bugle J O Home holding election ft put ting up tooth Levy I9U9 40D Drown K B acct rAT 1W3 I i Conn llroi Leer repairing Jail Ac Levy 1909 1W Cook Kbb ft day haullug ou road Levy 1909 7IO Calico II F I due hauling on rout levy 1909 tJM- Coldlron J W 8 day hauling on road Levy 1909 Collett Wm H day hauling on road Levy 1909 Clark Ja 8r 2 hauling on road Levy 1909 i IO Clark J II 4 days hauling on road Levy itxn 800 Cobb Linn 2 hauling on road very im LOO Cook Kountlnd hauling on road po Creech Frank ft hauling u road Levy IU09 Cotton J A 5 hauling on road Levy I9W 7 0- Cheituut J T day hauling otf road Levy 1909 9M Carter Oeo l 4 hnullnron road Levy 1909 800 on roM vOO Cuter J D acct lumber Left I9D9 11 1 Clark Jame Judge election Levy 190V JOu- Ihinn IIOHrlldg Iaupu acct Tr 1JU- ODlckerion Bro Acct borylng pauper Tr 15- Doty J Tr 4liM- Klllott Dr Wm for pauper uric lice levy 17 Kailey J II BherlBelectloo and mileage I7J- Kurr W II pauper account Tr UJr- Farley J W putting up election 3 Ferris Win Atn J I Bourne account cleaning ceil pool Tr 20 Forte Wm Aun J It Mount account cleaning COM pool Tr 20 Fraud Sam S hauling on road levy 19W 440- Falhergtll Curtly 4 hauling on roil levy 1909 t Fain Mr Mary K 4 hauling on road levy Il 9 87i Fury W II 8 hauling ou road levy 1909 Flannery Walter 2 hauling on road Uvy 1909 i Ford clerk election i Fix Robert cleaning off of pike f- tOolui John aJ work at poor lout tt 8X0 laluea Kd O Imilum ou Iniurauce Icy barn and team Tr 1011- Oabbard Oscar 1 day hauling on road levy 1909 tju Green Clarence 1 day hauling on road levy mo iju- Olllam Illcbardtday hauling on road lovyiuuu 7M Oreen John electlop and mileage inOooch election Jolt W K f Gulley J I Judge I election t- Illgglui Jerry levy IMW s Haielden J tt holding election Aif 2 roLftccount Tr Millaieldtn 03 Hawley John 0 days lialg ou road levy vt llughee Wm 8 j dart lialg ou road levy iv JU Illgulte Hugh edge lots on road levyou v Humphrey data a dayi hauling on toad ifoi- luUtt Jack lialg on road levy iwu 4 llaltWm account T- Sllamuiondi Joe 1 day on roil levyOv IM lltllou John J cUjri lialg ou roml levy uu Ileniluy Catvlul dayi hauling ou road li S- Ilorudtbell A II 1 days on road iDYTlwv IM Hurl Joihidayi halg on rod levy hoc o lltiuderiou eau 0 day hauling on tool levying t Hurl Win days halg On levy luuu v liudiou hank account coal county Tr 1M07- Herudon II 1 Hbvrln election levy llwv I lulvrlor Journal Iublliblng Co account printing ballon Tr Uu- KtmperiUaruell luiuraucelremluiHon 100- Keuii r Urneti niur uoa Iremlun ou Court UouieTr 100 K mp ri Oaruelllniurtnce Premium uu Court llOUia TTmiM WiCO 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1914 Mitchell Hen 0 day hanllng on toil levy hOI 9 Sillier Joe I day hauling on ilaitett Kidney I day hauling on toad IO Maoun Kph hntllliigon road j Mnlllni II t Judge election t Union W n Judge election 1 XeUon John blaekimllh account fr 7 Sato J I arcount Tr 8M Kate J I I hauling uti road and account levy tear 7- J en Alfred t daya hauling On road I Iotnler Ja W account putting up elec Ibis booth levy IW9 f- tPnmphrey J W account Tr 4M Powell C 1 pauper account Tr KtM- 1reilon Willie 4 days hauling on road levy IKW j 8 Payne Joseph 1 day on road M 1rewltt Johb I day haulllig op load I Irewltt N 1 day hauling road MI ndleton d hAlitlng on road 9 1endlelon Hiram for po tt 9X roa I V- IIeudlelon II on rood v Irenlll Nat I on roil 1ralhtr 8am df hauling Oil road V Iralher Vm day hauling on road IM- Irtwlll Carl a day hauling on road IM- Iotuler Albert I daya hauling on road 4 lo y J II BhirlR election a d mileage I8I Robinson J 0 Admlnlitrator account Tr Jo Wrlgney WO account burying Tr atJOt- Ro J A 1 day hauling on road I U- ltothwellRd dyi haullug on road 740 Italiton J I l hailing on road Bts Ilay Mil rod ol wire fence 9 find account Tr JW7- 0Huble00 Judge election levy IKy Itnie 1C clerk election Koit M K Judge election 1- lto i Joe A election 1- Itott II 0 pauper claim Tr 10 Simpson Henry coroner account IU Smith A Herring account Tr I Simpson Zack 0 hauling on road levy iwv Shelby Charley 1 day banting on road I mbutlu Lrn 2 day hauling ou road S Shepherd 8 hanlldgou rod Shepherd II 8 6n road V attouKd I day hauling JU S unilcri John M account tM- 9wope Vf II 1 on road la9ddler W road BoHilt L F aceounv 12 Dander A FJudgtfeleeljon 3 Transylvania Co account Tr 7J Taukeriley mauling on road 9 Tankerlty Henry I day hauling on road IO Teller Irrnryl ay tooling on road 4M Seater HarmoR 4 day hauling on road 8 Tornado SI riCo accon nt Tr lu- VauwlnkU I day hauling on toad UvylUM tla Walker HA account work Tr 11 10 Watisin W T Ijj hauling on road levy I9c 823 write 8 W A day hauling on road 9- Wylle John 8 day hauling on road Wcarren Joe 4 da haullug on rod A Worrel V TIM day hauling on road 74 wnilarai Henry 1 day haullug on road William Hoy 4 day hauling on road Wlllerford W l day hauling on rod 71 Wilson Oeo 8 day hauling ou road Wblttakcr IlOKoe 1 day hauling on road M I election lvy I9W Walktr J Yadeelerk alcctlon While John M Bberlfleleclon Weil I wl clerk election The were allows and ordered to be paid as set out op their mutes Ordered court adjourned to Oth 1000 Ford A true copy Alt J A Duty Clerk 0 0 0 Garrard Co Fiscal Court April Oth 1000 Court tact pcrsuant adjournment rrcsenl lion A D Ford W S Walker J II Dunn Justices JI Hournc I nation It H ft election Comr 110 Baitlu Telephone to account Tr 22lt Ilatiou U II account liourne J Ill committee levy U- llourue J titling In court U Curry A HavMion account Tr ftU Central ord aceouift S3W- Doty J U Hll eummlllee levy IMU M Dunn Jill fitting In court levy IMHi 15 Dunn J Kilea Mn Vatlle account guarding luua Furr Wll pauper account Tr Ford A I stationery Tr 15 Ford A I W dayi holding court Tr 0111 i Simpson arcount J Hamilton Jai I election Comr 10 McWhorlei KG account Tr 4tfl W II accl defending lunatic Tr ft Uolloberti account Tr BIOH Holhwell J M and J W Hamilton account supplying lost record 12 Hobluiou Aduir amount for Jail W Sweeney J W account levy u Smith Millie Dunn HlatloneryTr 1- 5Blapp I day silting In court Tr Walker WHO daya committee work IN Walker W 8 dayi lining In court 13 Tlie foregoing claims wore allowed and ordered paid us sot out op posllo their names Ordered court adjourned to April 27th 1000 AD Iord A true Alt A Doty Clerk 0 0 0 Garrard County Fiscal Court RcifularTarm 1000 Court met pcrsuant to Adjournment nnd limo folfowliiK procecdliiKS wore had Ford Judge J H W 8 Walker Justices J I Uournu l Htormei J K cconnievy lfu dt 0111 Wllllo I day Kuutg mi road levy 09 4 M Slavic ltll y Bllayi liaulg on roil levy wu 4 M Martve Noah lilayi halg ou road levy V I Wrn Win looflniubraUIM hundred i w Kail Pan 8 d iyi hanlg on road levy U9 y FariU Age I day haulg on road levy u IM Cotton Cha t day haulv on rOd levy w Iioalu U 0 i hanlg on road levy Ov 7 0 Ulll Tom I day liaulg on rod levy UOM 6U Clark Ernest I day haulv on rand levy M IM Wave J IU day liaulg ou roa4 levy iwti lW Fauule I day hauling on road livy l w IM- B M 8 day haulg ou road lury Ou V 0 o 8 faaulif on road 4M parr oy 4 hauls ou road levy w o lUuderion liro I day haullug on rust IM LudlorJ BpetxU d y balg on fo 4 Uvjoi tM I O a toed roll Tr Clan II I onfmd fUll I tlan I in IIA1 I 011 acrOll1 elk oo G 11111111 u CIO b11 on I ft 1 6 paul Ito I Judge 9 III I d on roan 114 d h ullor 00 I John I I V J I turcguing claims posits A D Judge 25 Ill A clerk Tr llc Tr n Jilt lid Ion R J 0 I tuba 110011 Jlm II work Tr I II Oren Oar liar days low 1IOIj ow I II o levy t f day henlhgon Lee area days day tog g atWotbbouae roadlay P days 1 I Lee days rat Pollard TT1d l day hauling ye ailing A days Mrs Z days days rein ng days J1 days I e I Wynn Judge 2 2 a l days day lieu dayO Ile etatonery day Y Ito copy t1eso rat Dunn act wok hoops days t days err q st 8 Daly J I Jr l ilayi halg on UcCormlck Joe IU rial S 138 M tt II and April Tr 8 W H arj i J prisoner fln l y II J itirviyor Tr I- llndioii A rremlnmTr IISO Whtllrd Kb 0 dayi haulg on road levy hurl ltd I dayi haulg on road levy ll u tM Hurry John I days haulg on levy OP 4W A All A Duty i FARMERS COLUMN ft i LAWMM Mieiltt MMMMMII Space below Ibis heading for the eicilu of our farmer inbicrlbera and li tor the of took grain and mob Ihlngi nn farm ni the larmer raiinot ward lo dver HIII No notice wilt acceplrd lour llnei and will beonlyjn two letup ol the Umtikh free of I hitvo 1000 bales of soul mixed liny fur sale J H Leaven llryantsvlllc have n large tobacco bed for talc Henry 1 liavon wood 4 carold gelding tor sale worth the money Ilelsnuinid driver and automobiles T H llcndron Lancaster Ky 1 havo several renhcows for sale oleo cows and calves cheap J W Hill McCreary Kr have M acres of good urass forrcnt J M Farra Laucaslcr Ky For Sale Three number one tobac co hells II miles north of Uourno Price reasonable H II Montgomery liourne Ky 1 wont to buy a cheap gentle pony for children to drive J 0 Conn Lancaster Ky Cream Vermifuee J taroad 10y100II rerkt 11 h nr n I VII UIIIIIUllte hall Ill nn toIIr ou CI o rang JI true copy fif J be over I J T ot t I J t JIITE roMe ybu r L day heats m sA w b ace 11 nail aunt sk 1 SYreuSYmed 1 t sIre raw ante l not afraid 4 guts 1 THE OUUilYEEl WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC taut or miT tio a TMS Nuini rairaaiD oily srv BallardSnow Liniment C BT route MO Mcllobcrts Drug Store Subscribe for Record ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Aro quickly cured by ZHMO a clean mo 2FMO is tho best known remedy for time I relief and euro of eczema dandruff plica nnd every form of skin c For sale everywhere Wrlto for earn plo E W Co St Louis Far sale at Mcltot orU Drug Storj Ask fur Mtnplo WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine medicine can do more WAI WEN UP TO lit 8 im N M Bvanivllle lad write n For ov Aw yean I WM troubled with sn bladder ffectloni which caused roe much pain and worry I lost fleih and WM all run a r hat abandon work entirely I had 4 sad I was practically given up to dl was the first bottle me great relW and alter taklov boltl I wu cured1 TWO IUU AID lf4 IHJINIECIMHCIIUIT C C J R Storraei I I or KIDNEY CURE l BLADDERDISEASE I No J t l r fetes Ihs beat did 10 lit J j c L I k 1 N 1 lad garb 1 1 llr