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THE CENTRAL1UttK 11KM010N D OOVlittNMKNT TltJSHTIKTll 1lttH LANCASTER KYM FRIDAY JULY 0 won f RECORDf J iL I I I r- v r- r r r s S UNAlNII Il1a IIIOClt1CY AN bOO NUMnAI1n+ E MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices I Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS r r a sJ 3JtOO1ttdJJ tWJtt 0 4 I J Etc n a l m ttt m 1 ibLF7 E 33 k 33 Your friends quickly recognize your good judgement the moment they recognize your shoes as WALKOVERS f Arid beside their np proval you enjoy tho solf approval which always accompanies tho combination of Walk0vor stylos nUll WalkOver comfort r are a sure index to your judgement as a careful dresser YOUR SHOES Horn to Mr and Mrs U L llagnn n 10 pound boy Eld V M Tinder will preach at HycamroVallcy Hchool homo Sunday afternoon at Everybody It Invited Read tho article on Eucalyptus In California If you want to learn moro about It write or talk to 13 P Halley LancastoJ Ky MlM Nora Francis has accepted n position In the Lancaster postoilier She promises not to read too many of the love letters that pass through her hands but Instead wlll aid ns much as she can In making Mr E It Gentry of Mt Vernon applied to Judge Bells court on Tues day for license to practice law At torneys R 11 Tomlinson and J E RoblnRon examined him and ho being fully qualified the license was grant ed Aunt Bottle Simpson colored wife of Undo Jack Simpson and a highly respected colored woman died of drop and was burled Sunday She warn faithful old servant and was always an attentive hand to minister to tho sick Boat Mrs James nest died on Thursday near IIyattsvlllo after a lingering Illness of cancer The was 60 years of ago and Is rived by her husband and ono son A Delightful Trjpt Cheap Thoso dculrlnva fine Cleveland Buffalo Toronto Canada fand I- ftnlln special to Atlantic City other points Call at Mrs Gaines residence or phohe 100 Old Soldier Dead News was rccclevo hero Monday by Mr U D Simpson of the death of his Tom Simpson of Junction City The burial took place In Hustonvlllu cemetery Tuesday Tho deceased was about 07 years of and had In tho army In tho Command of General Morgan Whirlwind Campaign Owing to the unusually busy season tho Whirlwind Campaign lectures were not as well attended as they would havo been at another season of the year In Gnrrard However much good was dune for thn cause of tion and Miss Palrldgc tho lecturer made many friends In our county who arc anxious to welcome her back Into our midst as one of the Instructors of the Joint Institute here this summer I r matches I Ry Saturday Uler homo Rates trip to lallnra Jul the party up y Mrs rd nines Also tes nd 4 served I deceased our koIt shodl Washington i half brotlrer ago splendid WalkOver SHOES- aro malls for ovory tIny of tho jvook and for ovory week Prices 350 and 400 T LOGANH 1fM J Its comfortable to bo stylish and stylish to bo comfortable in N Shoes o r WalkOver w 1 Hood Bemiannual mauL of ultiiwu National hank in Issue dlvi den of I per cent and added 10000 10 Surplus Fund making that Item 125 000 The Notional Hank also de clared n 4 per cent dividend find added 810000 to Its Surplus Fund making It 120000 Our other banks are In a prosperous and thrifty condition time Qarrard Bank ft Trust Co having do Glared a 2 per cent dividend which Is an excellent showing for no young an Institution I Court Notes Considerable business has been dis posed of In court slncojast Issue the following being gmong the case Conimunwcalth against Ilundcll Le may detaining a woman verdict of 2 years In the penitentiary same against Susie George for forgery 2 years and 0 months same against Alex Wadklnf wilfully and maliciously shooting and wounding with Intent to kill another years In penitentiary Court will adjourn this week after disposing number of civil cases Indignation Much Indignation was expressed here on Friday when It was reported that Spence Walker colored had struck Squire I M Myers In the head with a rock Inflicting an ugly and painful wound It In said that the Squire who Is 78 years old was driv ing hogs onthe road and naked Walker to step oil time road when he said that half the road was his and threw the rork Sheriff C A Arnold lodged Walker In Jail ho claiming that the Squire was preparing to throw at him before he threw the rock The Grand jury being In session Indicted him Tuesday for maliciously striking and wounding with Intent to kill A Jury was Impaneled at once Walker plead guilty and a verdict for 3 years n the penitentiary was rendered Thoroughly Qualified Mr W H Mason the Democratic nominee for Circuit Clerk Is another sure winner He served In this ofllce for many years and is familiar with It In every detail In tact he Is fully to discharge tho duties cf any county or city office having been In the courthouse from his youth Ho Is very Intelligent a good Judge of nature uptodate on past and current events and when a conten tion arises In reference to legal forms or past court proceedings tho Is generally submitted to him for a decision and then both parties aro satisfied Ills ancestry Is of the highest type of citizenship and his popularity his qualifications and his high standard of honor eminently qualify him for places of public trust and his service In county and city olllccs prove the truth of this assertion Ho Is now at the half mllo polo and through rather fleshy ho would win over any entry that might be put up Kvrcybody Is for Keg HolmanCrow Slipping down to Louisville from In dianapolis Saturday morning Judge William Steele Ilolman a son of WIN man Holman for years known as the watch dog of tho Treasury took out a marriage license and he and Mrs Rosa Hrpwn Crow were married In Mrs Crows apartments In time Outline Coko by the Rev William Druco Gov Thomas R Marshall of a close personal friend was thu nly one taken Into his confidence by Judge Holman Immediately after tho ceremony Judge Holman and Mrs Holraan left for Judge Ilolmans coun try residence Verarstau twentysit miles from Aurora Ind whore every Holman brldo has spent her honey moon for tho past hundred years Judge Holman was tar many years a circuit ludgo In Southern Indiana Ho Is a Colonel on Guy Marshalls staff Mrs Crow Is time widow of W II Crow a lawyer of Central Kentucky She has been In the Internal revenue agents olllco at the Customhouse Courier Journal Tho bride is a native of this county being a daughter of Mr and Mrs A H Brown Sr and she has many friends and relatives hero Qarrard County Cob The following letter written by Judge hell to his cousin C W Hell Insurance Commissioner at evinces time fact that time Judge knows something about Garrard Coun ty and Its products Harrodiburg Juno 28 1000 Dear Charley Ulve ono of these pipes to tho Governor with my high personal regard and you can keep tho other This Is tho celebrated cob grown In tho best county on earth jarring Mercer and the handiwork Is that of a good Democratic farmer It was thought for many years that nice schaum from which to construct a re ceptacle for burning tho delicious weed but today tho connoisseur spurns that base mineral ho can secure a Garrard county corn cob When weighed with care and ofllclal responsibility smoky the pure article In It and problems of state otherwise unsolvable will bo revealed and troubles will bo alleviated even as tho thirst of man li quenched by the crys tat water With sympathy because of your brand of politics Sincerely yours W 0 HUM Olnkl the splenlild the II declared its usual its I 2 ot- a quail lied 0 was when state tills r human question Indiana Frankfort time moat appropriato substance I CALIFORNIAS NEW INDUSTRY Tho Enoalyptus Tree One of the most Remarkable Tree In tho World THo tourist traveling through the West notices as ono of the striking clmrnctcrlstlcsof tho California land scopes time tall and graceful Encaly plus tree IIo sees It planted In rows for wind brakes or In groves for shedo and fuel Up to tho present tlmo time ono notable thing about this trIo has been Its remarkably rapid rato of growths reaching In ton years a size that native hardwood of this country requires from 40 to 100 years to reach Hut In recent years some of our prominent men and magazines and dalles and the U S Forestry Service through its bulletins have been trying to awaken time public to the fact that our hardwood timber supply Is tat tailing so rapidly Indeed that wo are threatened with a hardwood timber shortage amounting almost to a famine within about IS years These same Forestry Bulletins published the statement that tho Eucalypts proba bly servo more useful purposes than the trees of any genus grown on the globe Then Californians awoko to the possibilities which this tree In troduced Into this country from Aus trails about 60 years ago offered to them of developing a now and great Industry For tho Eucalyptus Is a hardwood having tho strength of hickory tho durability of locust and beauty of mahogany and it can be grown from tho seed to merchantable timber In the short space of ten years In Its native habit at Australia and the adjacent Islands there aro 150 species of this tree most of them of large size and some of them among the largest In tho world towering 480 feet In height 200 feet to the first branch and measuring over 20 feet In diameter at the base worthy rivals of Californias native Sequoia Olgantla Baron you Meuller the distinguish ed botanist and timber expert who spent almost a lifetime In studying tho Eucalyptus In Australia pronounced It the most In the world Through his efforts and tho efforts of Homo French scientists it was Into Europe In the countries around the Mediterranean It has al so been largely planted In Asia the Soudan and the Transvaal and the British Government mantalns a bureau for tho distribution of Its seeds to those parts of Its African not favored with native forests Moro than 100 species havo been planted In California Where tho ell mate soil and water conditions have been found to bo admirably suited to to Its rapid growth and best develop ment U S Forestry Bulletin No 60 says that seedling stands will average a height growth of 100 feet In 10 years Under very favorable conditions In dividual trees havo reached a height of 125 feet and a diameter of 30 Inches In 0 years And tho Forestry Society of California In Bulletin No 6 states that they will avergo02 feet in height and 12 Inches In diameter in 10 years Once planted a grove will last for several genqratlcns giving a timber crop of Immense value every 8 to 10 years for shoots from time stump grow moro rapidly than the seedlings Tho Sante Fo Railroad Company has planted 8000 acres of Eucalyptus Other companies havo begun the plant log of largo tracts for commercial tim ber fur posts piling poles furniture veneers and a variety of other purposes Interest Is becom fag general throughout tho whole country Prollta to bo obtained seem almost too largo to bo possible Call fornia has had a golden harvest from her mines another from her citrus fruits and her wheat fields and now dawns tho era of another perhaps a greater than any of tho others from the commercial planting of this tree Profeaalonal Ball Game Tho two games played last week were as gcod as you over see In the league The tlmo of tho first game was within a tow minutes of tbo worlds record for fast ball playing the game being called on account of rain In tho last halt of tho ninth when Lancaster had only one man down the time of tho game being one hour and five minutes and neither side had scored During the first Innings a base runner never reached ilrst Barhourvlllo got 2 hits off of Edwards and played an errorless game while our boys made two errors and no hits limo batteries for first game wore Lancaster Edwards Danebe Uarbourvllie Meadows Williams and Lusk Struck out by Edwards 2 by by Williams 3 400 About 600 tans wont to time ball park on Friday with tho fooling that vict tory would ho ours and truly so for we defeated them In tbo score of 6 to 3 Wo had Watkins In time box who 11 whllo Williams only got 6 Time of thli game was 1 hour and 46 minutes Gco Harris umpired both Nantes Our boys never had played on their toes till these two guinea Had they played tho same kind of a game against Richmond they would now uavo 10 guinea to their credit Instead of 0 hay lug lost only one and that to Rich jnond Dontwnrry about Richmond we are going after their scalp again Saturday July 10 float tall to tee thl game at 330 p m Saturday I Subscribe the UKCOUD possessions wonderful tour 2 Attendance tanned for I useful tree Introduced implements I 1 11 t PleasePay Your HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky IhI 6 4ccOUK1t 0 wwwwwwwwwwwwAAu ow n t- ti t7 t 0- C7 t t mktGt t t r t- t8 l 7 r t i On account of a rush of advertising this week we were compelled to omit somo of the splendid letters of our correspondents Ice Cream Supper The ladles of tho Christian Church at Hubble will give an lee Cream Sup per at the church Saturday night July 10th Everybody Is Invited Tho Womans Club has adopted tho Bay View Course as its lino of study for the ensuing year Tho usual Club Invitation Is cordually extended wishing to become a member will please notify the Secretary Mrs Wm Cook at once In order that all sub scriptions may be sent In at tho same time Mrs McRoberts Committee Morning German We acknowledge an Invitation to bo present at a morning German at Elks Club Rooms San Angelo Texas Tho invited time was from 6 to 0 which seems lots more sensible than from 10 p m to 6 a m as custom prevails here We arc thankful to Brannan and John for the kind and in behalf of tho county wo now Invite them to the greatest occasion In the land the Lancaster Fair July 2830 Frightened Horse Causes Accident While vlsltlug her brother Mr J B Walker of Richmond Mrs BF Hud son met with quite a painful accident She was out driving with her nieces Misses Annie May and Ellen Walker when their horse becamo frightened and ran away It was a very narrow escape for all and whllo Mrs Hudson Is suffering from bruises she Is Indeed thankful that she was not seriously Injured Miracle of Science It a man can squeeze out of tho air a liquid that Is one of the most power ful things In the world It a roan can make an instrument so that he can put something to his ear and to his mouth and talk to a friend a thousand miles away If a man can make an Instrument with which to examine the Internal organs look Into tho human body see time bones oa the other side If a man can make a little cylinder and wrap tho human voice around it and years the author of that voice Is dead repeat that voice to tho listening friends and Joved a man can work these modern miracles It Is easy to believe that God could work time miracles of time Bible Ex Valuable Information Flour bleached with oxides of nitrogen has been made the subject of careful Investigation by States Department of Agriculture and the State Food Departments as well After a public hearing by tho United States Department nf Agri culture In was tho unanimous opinion of the Secretary of Agriculture and the hoard ct Food and Drug Inspection that Hour with nitrogen peroxide Is an adult orated product under tho Foods and Act of June 30 1000 oxides of nitrogen aro retained In time lour by process of bleaching Hour so bleached U an adulterated product under Paragraph C of Section 4 of the Kentucky Food and Drug Law In that It contains added poison out Ingredient which may render inch article Injurious to health Tale Department holds therefore that ho sale of Hour bleached with oxides of nitrogen U In violation of the Kentucky Food and Drug Law M A Scovell Director Kentucky Agricultural Experiment an onesIt by As this 1YYMIYIilYllYrrY IYAyIY IYr1Yi Anyone invitation something after can of science bleached The rain that fell hero on Wednes day morning caused many creeks to be higher than that of a tow weeks ago but damage was not so great A Curiosity R L Elkin has a curiosity for sale lit tho form of a cow He said has an udder as big as a hogshead and gives a barrel of milk a day Elkin Is a good church member too Progress In Cuba With tho beginning of time present fiscal year the Republic of Cuba es tabllshed a Bureau of Information President Gomez appointing Leon J Canova an American who has resided In Cuba eleven and has a wide acquaintance with time Island as its director Parties wishing Information of any nature concerning Cuba can same tree of charge by writing on J Canova U and I Bureau Utlli ty and Information Bureau Depart ment of Agriculture Commerce and Labor Havana Cuba L N Low Rates On July 1st and 22nd tickets will sold and return 1600 for the round trip sold July 1st will be limited to return until Aug 3rd Inclusive on July 22nd will be limited to return until Aug 24th On account of the Garrard Coun ty Fair July 28 20 and 30j ono faro plus 25 cts rate will apoiy from Paris Corbin and Louisville and Intcrmedl ato stations Special train service dally from Richmond Corbin and Louisville and return Lv Richmond 730 Lancaster 865 a m Return Lv Lancaster 0 p Richmond p m Lv Corbln 010 a Lancaster 007 a m Return Lv Lancaster 6 p Corbin 753 p m Lv Louisville 7 a Can caster 1130 a m Return Lv LancasV ter 6 p Louisville 815 p m Examinations Examinations fur White teachers will bo hold at tho olllco of the County for appoint ment to State University on the samo date Examinations for colored teachers will be Held on July 23 and 21 FLATWOOD Roy A Baird will preach at Good lope Saturday and L Baird sold ten head to Mr Tram Coun for 4 cents On lost Sunday night some one shot Into Mont Kavanaugha house Time bullet went through the plank and hit one of bis children but fortunately did not hurt him The following schools will bo taught by tho teachers named below Miss at Lawsona school house W J Baird at Manse 8 L Baird at Union and Mrs A 0 Baird at liar mons Lick BALL CAME Wilmoro va Friday vs Lancaster Saturday July 10 Lancaster Ball Park H H oiW W lliliWoliWoli1lQ RtjW8R G I newspaper man I I 1 bet to for Tickets sold 0 amAr mArc mAr mAr mAr mAr Superintendent on July 16 and 17 itt fIt Ii l r I otcattlo I man JU Sic t 1 1 She Y i f yearn 1K t obtain i 6 tickets on r y q tk l Sunday- S t hangar or 9th YCrQp33I0AgY0 r 1 1 N NN iN r- r r THE CENTRAL RECORDIUIIK UyVARKlBllKO DEMOCRACY ANI boot OOWittmtENT Tirtmrtttrli LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 9 IUOO MVMHXM tit 1 C J i I It f 4- y bf I 4- A v Li r f 1zifwJoN dLur WMWMS WE t MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks y Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS tMJ 11 rrr u u u m 4 Etc w t l csrcv a 1 Your friends quickly recognize your good judgement the moment they recognize your shoes as WALKOVERS 1 And bcsido their ap proval you enjoy the self approval which always accompanies tho combination of styles nUll WalkOver comfort WalkOvor are a sure index to your judgement as a careful dresser YOUR SHOES I Horn to Mr and Mrs 11 L Hagnn n 10 pound boy Eld F M TIntfor will preach at HycaiiHpfeViilley School house afternoon at Everybody It Invited Head tho article on Eucalyptus In Cnllforiiln It you wnnt to learn more about It write or talk to H I1 Halley Lancaster Ky Miss Nora Francis hall accepted n position In tho Lancaster postoilier She promises not to read loo many of the love letters that pass through her hands but Instead will aid AS much as she can In making matched Mr E II Gentry of Mt Vernon applied to Judge Bells court on Tues day for license to practice law At n II Tomllnson and J E Robinson examined him and ho being qualified the license was Aunt Mettle Simpson colored wife of Uncle Jack Simpson and a highly respected colored woman died of drop sy Saturday and was burled Sunday Site wnsa faithful old servant and was il ways an attentive mlnlatcr to the sick Best Mrs James Heat died on Thursday it her homo near Illyattsvlllo after a lingering Illness of cancer The de ceased was CO years of ago and Is sur vived by her husband and one son A Delightful Those desiring fine XWara special to City Wash ington other points Call at Mrs Galncs1 residence or phohe 100 Old Soldier Deed Wows was recelovo hero Monday by Mr U D Simpson of the death of his halfbrother Tom Simpson of Junction City The burial took place In Hustonvlllo cemetery Tuesday Tho deceased was about 67 years of ago and had In tho army In the Command of General Morgan Whirlwind Campaign Owing to the unusually busy season the Whirlwind Campaign lectures wero not as well attended as they would have been at another season of the year In Oarrard However much good was dune for Urn cause of educa Nun and Miss Patrldgc tho splendid lecturer made many friends In our county who lire anxious to welcome her back Intoour midst as ono of the Instructors of the Joint Institute hero tills summer y 1 t31 lock I I I haudto Trip Chop Rat i trip to Cleveland n urun Canada jut the party up Y fA nines Also tes Atlant c nd 0 served Sllad3 torn ys full granted t and kotr sslrot1l Mrs It j WalkOver SHOES arc mado for ovory day of tho week anti for ovory week Prices 3GO and 400 T LOGAN I Hf p ItI comfortnblo to boo stylish null to bo comfortable in Shoes 4 atylihlt r WalkOver I A Head thosplcndld semiannual stat meat uf the Citizens National Hank In this Issue It declared Its usual dlvi don of 4 per cent aid added 10000 to Its Surplus Fund making that Itcln 125 000 Tho NotionAl Dink also do dared a 4 per cent dividend and added 810000 to Us Surplus Fund making It 120000 Our other banks aro In a prosperous and thrifty condition the Garrard Hank ft Trust Co having do elated a 2 per cent dividend which Is an excellent showing for so young an Institution t Court Note Considerable business has been dill posed of In court since last Issue the following being gtnong tho case Commonwealth against Handel Lc may detaining a woman verdict of 2 years In tho penitentiary same against for forgery 2 years and 0 months same against Alex Wadklnr wilfully and maliciously shooting and wounding with Intent to kill another 2 years In penitentiary Court will adjourn this week after disposing of a number of civil cases Indignation Much Indignation was expressed here on Friday when It was reported that Spenco Walker colored had Squire I M Myers In the head with a rock Inflicting an ugly and painful wound It Is said that the Squire who Is 78 years old was driv ing hogs on the road and naked Walker to step oil the road when he said that halt the road was his and throw tho rock Sheriff C A Arnold lodged Walker In jail he claiming that the Squire was preparing to throw at him before ho throw the rock The Grand Jury being In session Indicted him Tuesday for maliciously striking and wounding with Intent to kill A Jury was Impaneled at once Walker plead guilty and a verdict for 3 years the penitentiary was rendered Thoroughly Qualified Mr W H Mason the Democratic nominee for Circuit Clerk Is another sure winner Ho served In this ofllcc for many years and is familiar with It In every detail In tact ho Is fully quallllcd to discharge tho duties cf any county or city office having been In the courthouse from his youth Ho Is very Intelligent a good Judge of nature uptodate on past and current cycnts and when a conten tion arises In reference to legal forms or past court proceedings tho Is generally submitted to him for a decision and then both parties ate satisfied Ills ancestry Is of the highest type of citizenship and his popularity his qualifications and his high standard of honor eminently qualify him for places of public trust and his service In county and city offices prove the truth of this assertion lie Is now at tho half mile polo and though rather fleshy ho would win over any entry that might be put up Evreybody Is for Keg HolmanCrow Slipping down to Louisville from In dlanapolls Saturday morning Judge William Steele Holman a son of Wil man Holman for years known as the watch dog of the Treasury took out a marriage license and he and Mrs Rosa Hrpwn Crow were married In Mrs Crows apartments In tho Outline Coke by the Rev William Bruce Gay Thomas R Marshall of a close personal friend was the mly one taken Into his confidence by Judge Holman Immediately after the ceremony Judge Holman and Mrs Holman left for Judge Holmans coun try residence Verarstau twentysix miles train Aurora Ind where every Holman bride has spent her honey moon for tho past hundred years Judge Holman was for many years a circuit fudge In Southern Indiana He Is a Colonel on Gov Marshalls stall Mrs Crow Is tho wldgw of W II lawyer of Central Kentucky She has been In the Internal revenue gents sales at tho Customhouse Courier Journal Tho bride Is a native of this county being a daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Drown Sr and she has many friends and relatives hero Qarrard County The following letter written by udgo hell to hid cousin 0 W Dell usuranco Commissioner at Frank evinces the fact that the Judge something about Garrard Coun ty and Its products Harrodsburg Juno 28 1000 Dear Charley Glvo ono of these pipes to the Governor with my nigh personal regard and you can keep tho other This Is tho celebrated cob grown In tho best county on earth jarring Mercer and tho handiwork is that of a good Democratic farmer It was thought many years that nice achaum was tho most appropriate from which to construct a ro coptado for burning tho delicious weed but today tho connoisseur spurns that base mineral when ho secure a Garrard county corn cob When weighed with taro and official responsibility smoko tho pure article In It and problems of state otherwise unsolvable will bo revealed and troubles will bo alleviated oven as tho thirst of man quenched by the water With sympathy because of your brand of politico Sincerely yoursW llKU r Sank Susie OeorlCcr In J Indiana Crow- a Cob J tort knows tor I human question substance ee crystal V I CALIFORNIAS NEW INDUSTRY The Bnoalyplua Tree One of the mot Remarkable Troee In the World Tno tourist traveling through the West notices as ono of the striking clmractorlstlcsof tho California land scopes the tall and graceful Encaly plus tree Ho Rees It planted In rows for wind brakes or In groves for shade and fuel Up to the present time tho ono notable thing about this tree has been Its remarkably rapid rate of growth reaching In ten years a size that native hardwood of this country requires from 40 to 100 years to reach But In recent years some of our prominent men and magazines and dalles and tho U S Forestry Service through its bulletins have been trying to awaken tho public to tho tact that our hardwood timber supply Is tall falling so rapidly Indeed that wo ore threatened with a hardwood timber shortage amounting almost to a famine within about 15 years These same Forestry Bulletins published the statement that Eucalypts proba bly servo moro useful purposes than tho trees of any genus grown on tho globe Then Californians awoke to the possibilities which this tree In traduced Into this country from Aus tralia about CO years ago offered to Lhcm of developing a now and great Industry For the Eucalyptus Is a hardwood having the strength of hickory tho durability of locust and beauty of mahogany and it can bo grown from the seed to merchantable timber In the short space of ten years In Its native habit at Australia and the adjacent Islands there are 160 species of this tree most of them of large size and some of them among the largest In the world towering 480 feet In height 200 feet to the first branch and measuring over 20 feet In diameter at the base worthy rivals of Californias native Sequoia Glgantla Baron you Meuller the botanist and timber expert who spent almost a In studying tho Eucalyptus In Australia pronounced It tho most In the world Through his efforts and the efforts of some French scientists It was In troduced Into Europe In the countries around the Mediterranean It hiss al so been largely planted In Asia the Soudan and the Transvaal and tho British Government mantalns a bureau for the distribution of Its seeds to those parts of Its African not favored with native forests More than 100 species have been planted In California where tho cll mate soil and water conditions have been found to bo admirably suited to to Its rapid growth and best develop ment U S Forestry Bulletin No 60 says that seedling stands will average a height growth of 100 feet In 10 years Under very favorable conditions trees have reached a height of 125 feet and a diameter of 36 Inches In 0 years And tho Forestry Society of California In Bulletin No 6 states that they will avergo 02 feet In height aud 12 Inches In diameter In 10 Once planted a grove will last several generations giving a timber crop of Immense value every 8 to 10 years for shoots from tho stump grow more rapidly than the seedlings The Santo Fe Railroad has planted 8000 acres of Other companies have begun the plant log of largo tracts for commercial tlm her for posts piling poles furniture veneers and a variety of other purposes Interest Is general throughout tho whole country Profits to be obtained seem almost too largo to bo possible Cali tennis has had a golden harvest from her mines another from her citrus fruits and her wheat fields and now dawns the another perhaps a greater than any at the others from tho commercial planting of this won dertnl tree Professional flail Game Tho two games played last week were as good as you over see In the league Tho time of the first game was within a tow minutes of the worlds record for fast ball playing tbo game being called on account of rain In tho last halt of the ninth when Lancaster had only one man down the tlmo of the game being ono hour and live minutes and neither side had scored During the first tour Innings a baso runner never reached first Uarbourvlllo got 2 hits on of Edwards and played an errorless game while our boys made two errors and no hits The batteries for first game wore Lancaster Edwards Danube Uarbourvllle Meadows Williams and Lusk Struck out by Edwards 2 by Meadows by Williams 3 Attend anco 400 About 600 tans wont to the ball park on Friday with tho feeling that vlct tory would bo ours and truly so for wo defeated them In the score of 5 to 3 Wo had Watkins In tho box who faun cd 11 whllo Williams only gut 6 Tlmo of game was 1 hour and 46 minutes Qco Harris umpired both games boys never had played on their toes till these two games Had they played tho samo kind of a Kama against Richmond they would now have 10 games to their credit Instead of 0 hay Ing lust only one and that to Rich pond pont worry about Richmond wo aro going after their scalp again Saturday July 10 Dent fall to toe this at 330 pm Saturday I Subscribe for tho RKOOIIU litho i i I i J I possessions tort Companys t t this lOur game distinguished useful tree Individual Implements becom- Ing enact Pay Your HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky I U I C 4CCO111tQi2I r- nP 7q7 m t7tl 7 On account of a rush of advertising this week we were compelled to omit some at tho splendid letters of our correspondents lea Cream Supper The ladles of the Christian Church at Rubble will give an Ice Cream at the church Saturday night July 10th Everybody is invited Tho Womans Club has adopted the Boy View Course as Its line of study for tho ensuing year The usual Club Invitation Is cordually extended wishing to become a member will please notify the Secretary Mrs Wm Cook at once In order that all sub scriptions may be sent In at the same time Mrs McRoberts Committee Morning German We acknowledge an Invitation to bo present at a morning German at Elks Club Rooms San Angelo Texas Tho mulled time was from 6 to 0 which seems lots more sensible than from m to 6 a m as custom prevails here We are thankful to Urannan and John for the kind Invltatlbn and In behalf of the county wo now Invite to tho greatest occasion In the tho Lancaster Fair July 2830 Frightened Horse Canoe Accident While vlsltlug her brother Mr J B of Richmond Mrs DF Hud met with quite a painful accident Sho was out driving with her nieces Misses May and Ellen Walker when their horse became frightened and ran away It was a very narrow escape for all and whllo Mrs Hudson Is suffering from bruises she Is Indeed that she was not seriously Injured Miracle of Science If a man can squeeze out of tho air a liquid that is one of the most power ful things In the world It a man can make an Instrument so that he can put something to his car and some thing to his mouth and talk to a friend a thousand miles sway It a man can make an Instrument with which to examine the Internal organs look Into tbo human body and see the bones oo tho other side If a man can make a little cylinder wrap tho human voles around It and years af the author of that voice Is dead can repeat that voice to tho listening friends and loved a man can work these modern miracles ofsclenco It Is easy to believe that God could work tho miracles of the Dlble Ex Valuable Information Flour bleached with oxides of careful Investigation by States Department of Agriculture and by the State Food Departments as well After a public hearing by the United States Department of In was tho unanimous opinion of the Secretary of Agriculture and the hoard cf Food and Drug Inspection that Hour bleach ed with nitrogen peroxide Is an product under the Foods and Drugs Act of June 30 1000 As of nitrogen are retained In the hour by this process of bleaching flour so bleached Is an adulterated product under Paragraph 6 of Section 4 of tho Kentucky Food and Drug Law In that contains added poison ous Ingredient which may render such article Injurious to health Tnla Department holds therefore that the sale of Hour bleached with oxides of nitrogen la In violation ot tho Kentucky Food and Drug Law M A Scovell Director Kentucky Agricultural Experiment iiwi 9 Supper Anyone Annie a d onesIt nitrogen hiss boon made tiro of rise united adulterated lilt lop on en supffect Agriculture The rain that fell hero on Wednes day morning caused many creeks to bo higher than that of a tow weeks ago but damage was not so great A Curiosity R L Elkin has a curiosity for sale la tho form of a cow Ho said Shu has an udder as big as a hogshead and gives a barrel of milk a day Elkin Is a good church member too Progress In Cuba With the beginning of the present fiscal year the Republic of Cuba a Bureau of Information President Gomez appointing Leon J Canova an American who has resided In Cuba eleven and has a wide acquaintance with tire Island as Its director Parties wishing Information of any nature concerning Cuba can obtain same free of charge by writing to Le on J Canova U aid I Bureau ty and Information Bureau Departi ment of Agriculture Commerce and Labor Havana Cuba L J NlTow Rata On July and 22nd tickets will be sold Chautauqua and return for 31500 for the round tickets sold on July 1st will be limited to return until Aug 3rd Inclusive Tickets sold 03 July 22nd will bo limited to return until Aug 24th V- On account ot the Garrard Coun ty Fair July 28 20 and 30 ono faro plus 25 cts rate will apPlY from Corbln and Louisville and Intermedl ato stations Special train service dally from Richmond Corbin and Louisville and return Lv Richmond 730 Lancaster 855 a m Return Lv Lancaster 0 p 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 Can caster 1130 a m Return Lv Lancas ter 5 p Louisville 815 p m Examination Examinations tar white teachers will bo held at tho otllco of the County Superintendent on July 10 and for appoint ment to State on the aamo dateExaminations for colored teachers will be hold on July 23 and 24 FLATWOOD Roy A Baird will preach at Good Mope Saturday and Sunday i S L Dalrd sold ten head of cattle to Mr Tram Conn for 4 cents On last Sunday night some one shot into Mont Kavanaughs house Tire bullet wont through tho plank and hit ot his children but fortunately did not hurt him Tho following schools will bo taught by tho toachars named Miss Mcrryman at Lawsons school house W J Baird at Manse S L Baird at Union and Mrs A 0 Baird at Har mona Lick BALL CAME Wilmoro va Friday JU 9th leagw vs laacasler Saturday July 10 Lancaster Ball Park w w uiiri6 ilRoiRoi RJlQ 1st Paris amAr mAr mAr mAr mAr mAt I I Ylf established newspaperman yearn k l Unify 1 f 1 s t s tone below Lan astar C Q fAss v Nf de MICHAELS BAND J11 v uTFn a- r ft 1 SVt AI7tI Mi f m I W H HVVS v H OBTvRBADY FOR r rfr II t9 L r L III t JIIt2 W e M r 1111111 t11 11111 tll O p Numerous FREE Attractions We offer 2 1 OO in premiums and insure all visitors courteous treatment For catalogs and stable write R L ELKIN Secretary a11 CK1 Ra es S1 de fOr Life Lancaster air July 2830 i l tJ reservation 1 CONDITION Citizens IJatioijal Bark OF LANCASTER KY At the Close of Business June 30 1909 Loons and Dlicounut 1203 M 05 Overdraft JM8 W- US Honda 8000000 Other lon l J pro 00 line from Hank 4191991 Banking nonce Furniture J 15813 67- Dae from U B Treainrer n 160000 TOTAL Capital Stock 5000000 Fund i ssooooo Undivided Pronta l 8f 7 7 Circulation A 60onO 00 Individual 1911W H- ICertinedCheck 11 1 00 Tax Fund lMT 74 TOTAL o o oTTtfH oTTo bTfJf In submitting the obese report we wish to call the attention of our shareholders and friends to the fact that In addition to declaring our usual dividend No 60 of 4 per cent we bave also added 110000 to our Surplus Fund making that item now 25000 This entire surplus fund has been earned t This combined Capital and Surplus together with the Individual liabilities of the shareholders making In all 112500000 stands as a guarantee fund for all depositors In addition to this guarantee fund we otter our patrons as further security for funds entrust ed to our keeping the hlstbry of the Institution We ask your continued patronage which has been so generously given us In the past Come to see us and will help one another We thank you for past favors Respectfully B F I10DSON Cashier J J Walker J 8 Johnson T M Arnold Alex 0 At Arnold L L Walker B F Hudson ScMI Books and School Supplies McRoberts Drug Store or Till 1J I ASSETS 2 j 11000 00 l TIES- I JI2I233112- I we r I DIRECT RS Ooc OOOOOOOOC 11d I I r 4 I a e AFia urea yi t 1 o pi8212r 52- LIABI t l i t 1 a 1 r 4Ii it r i Ii I I i Glib n t 1 Irl ISrra t 1t 1I v 5I I d t- Nat I WANTED Highest prior paid for Poultry GOOD GLEAN EGGS and Hens Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber HI TO CUIE SKIN IISEAIEt The germ that akin diseases Btuet b to ouiface of tbeeUu Mid destroyed form of ForMlb everywhere Write for pie R W OM Co St Louli at iloRibarU Drug Store ti Eggs n II I use 1 do and permanently cure lam sale I- and er B N1cott c v a uldtorectetnalueo- wt this ov f Yt Public Sale On account of my health and having Ufchange will on JULY at 10 oclock offer for sale at my fallowing mule 8 1 mare 4 years mule Calf 1 sow and 8 3 turning 2 double liovels 1 cultivator 1 1 cutting as new 1 1 new wagon 1 buggy and har fleas 5 box txu baled tobacco sticks l llouscliold and kitchen furniture 1 calendar clock and 1 set of home made chairs also at saioo time and place offer for sale my property acres of land now barn dwelling and air necessary out build or water at the door and door There are two acres of tobacco on the Possession can be given at once Terms made known on of Ed Owens llourna Auctr Lowell Ky Could Not Est W II Clay Leilngton Ky Our fowls were to sick with cholera them could not eat We poured Dourbon Poultry Cure down them and did not have a single todle For Sale by JR Mount ft 03 m r alder lowell Ken the year old old d tailed brood mare 1 oreay cow s oats dra lJauow p w l 2horae 1 ar t han barrels of corn and 1 JI till Well In 60 of says acme ot fowl BATL LID comp and drI I l el sledandy Ain CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YKAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr rnitrcd at U foil Offiei In Lanmiter ft at SecondClou tlaH ilaUtr Member Ky Association and Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky July 9 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Ofllces 1 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offlccs 1500 For Calls per line 10 per lino 10 For all publications In tho Inter est of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 Press For Cards Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator U L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss HlgglnS For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Uarrard county am noml nee for County and will your support B D The Kentucky Press Association die cussed many subjects of public Interest during the session at Estill Springs last week and the meeting will be of much good to both tho Association and the public They acted wisely In Ignoring questions that should not be considered by them as an Association such as Womans Suffrage ID school matters though we believe that women with property or children In the school age should be permitted to vote on questions relat log to such matters Among tho timely and able addresses was that of State Inspector and Examiner Thatch er on the necessity of uniform Inspeo tlon laws for Kentucky and we be hove that much graft and corruption would be prevented If his views were enacted into a law We quote the following from his Is necessary for any pri vate business enterprise to have a thorough system of accounts and ro gular audits and Inspections how much greater Is the necessity for each public business enterprise whether the central Government or any thereof or tho local government or any department thereof to be governed by similar strict business methodsOn points all must agree though hero and there the designing the corrupt or the misinformed may object If our people were Interested in but one county one city ono town or one district In the State there would be no need for what Is termed Uniform Accounting though there would yet remain the need for Intelli gently kept accounts fur the particu lar community Another valuable address was that of Whlttakur of the Indiana Jennie productive address HIt department WIn appreciate Reformatory on Stan Making or restoring criminals to good Tho following clipped from the is rich In meaning Tho State of Indiana believes that Its criminals should bo Imprisoned so lung as they are enemies to and society and so enemies of tho State When they prove worthy of release from confinement they are released and tho State sees to It that they are put on their feet and aided In staving there In Indiana 70 the prisoners released become good citizens In Kentucky where the States object In dealing with the prisoners Is solely to exact a penalty 70 per cent of the prisoners who serve out their sentences become continued criminalsT of Hopklnsvlllo was elected president A D Miller of Richmond vice president and Dan Bowmar of Versailles Secretary Leading clothing manufacturers Baltimore agrea that the new tariff with Its high rates on wool ens trimmings and lining will Increase the cost of each suit at least 1260 One mill In New England has a on certain goods used for lining and trimming and the tariff creates and protects this monopoly Yet people endure all this The campaign for 1012 should be opened now tariff reduction should be one of main planks In the Democratic Reduction of expenses should be another plank and corporation and Income tax with other methods should be advocated to supply any In the revenue That snake story another word would describe It better was the most complete one In our memory In It we see the Italian band of Louis Lan dram but we never heard of a tour feet long It may be that they grow longer there on account of the mint and other Ingredients In Estill though It is likely that a tape line and Louis Imagination would vary conslderaoly under cer tain conditions The people of Bryanttvlllo will hav an opportunity to vote for a Graded Common School tomorrow and if they know how such an Institution population enhances the value of property and gives satisfaction to parents by educating their children at home the opposition would surren vote for the school Thesame applies to the election at Manse on July 31st State and government aid for good roads should be encouraged because property would Increase In value with good roads and the money would be returned In taxes The casualties and death rate on July fourth were much less tnan In recent years and the Sane and Safe Idea seems to have taken root Louisville Democrats have put out a winning ticket and the republicans will realize the fact when they are Loyd Mrs Loin Teater has returned home from Conway Mr and Mrs Heather Ray have a very sick child Miss Ray spent with Miss Mary Metcalf Miss Llda Simpson spent last with her slater Mrs Henry Ray Mr Kirby Teater and wife are re ulclngover the arrival of a nine pound boyMrs Marlah Ranoy has gone with sister Mrs Florence Ballard to loulsvllle for treatment Starved to Deaths what could truthfully be said of many children who die They have worms poor little things they dont It and you dont realize It If our child cross fretful umplexloned anti loses weight for o apparent reason given It Whites Vermifuge will be iur rlsed at the results and how picks up Sold by II K McllobeiU only percent- of of monopoly tile and the platform Increases derand snowedunder Yells Vernon wee her I Is Pllt Cream you quickly- It address themselves proposed deficiency Copperhead Monday known C Wisdom No ono over heard of the time when the best fruit would not sell at a fair price somewhere within a days drive of the grower Tho primary object of cultivating crops Is to keep the soil In good con dltlon but If It were not for the weeds a lot of farmers would neglect this Im portant work Sometimes our bless lugs come In disguise The sunrise farmer will scarcely know hard times If they come say ten years hence but the ncvergetbusy tlllaftcrnoon chap will bo calamity howling about every day Keeping a cow because she Is pretty may be alright as tar as it goes but It is not god business Farmers are tho only producers who allow the buyer to Qx the price of their property But they are rapidly chang Ing this state of affairs by An old mower run up and down the sides of the public road around the farm will got away with the weeds Not your business Perhaps not strictly but the satisfaction of a clean highway will be yours A dentist said recently that If teeth were cared for just as they ought to be he and every other dentist would have to go out of business Is worth thlnklngaboHt Tortured On A Horse For ten years J couldnt ride a horse without being In torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugles Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured me Infallible for Plies Burns Scalds Cuts Bulls Fever Sores Eczema Salt Rheum 25c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts JMYANTNVILLE Mr Shearer sold to Mrs Han Sweeney his farm of 106 acres for 10300 Misses Carrie Boulden of Nicholas yllle Is the guest of Miss Maymo Leo BallardMiss Alma Lawson of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Cleveland Rose last week Mrs Bottle Payton of Nlcholosvlllo and daughter Mrs Porter of Denver Col are visiting J W Glass Mrs Florence Ballard left Sunday for Louisville where she will undergo an operation at the Norton Infirmary Miss Anna Lee Durham and Master Harry Durham are with their grand arents Mr and Mrs U D Aldrldge In StanfordMr Patton left Saturday for Louisville where ho lies accepted a position with the Kentucky Automo bile Company Nicho lasvlllo has been tho attractive guest of Mrs Charley Dean and Is now visit ing Miss Ballard Misses Ballard and Sparks Messrs Hogan Ballard Bob Moore and Dr B 0 Rose formed a motor party that went to Crab Orchard Sunday They went over In Mr Dullards machine Mrs Nannle Hughes and grand children Tbelma and James Hughes and Mrs Hattie Smith of Ashland Oregon aro tho guests of Mrs J S Hasclden Mrs Smith was formerly Miss Hattlo Jennings About twenty onjored a picnic to Camp Nelson last Wednesday after noon Tho crowd went down late In the afternoon had supper and spent the evening yery delightfully boatrid lag It was ono of tho numerous of fairs given for Misses Ratllff and Fielding Sees Mother Grow Young It would bo hard to overstate the wonderful change In my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mra W L Qllpatrlck of Dan forth Mo Although past 10 the seems really to be growing young again Sho suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 yearn At last she could neither cat drink por sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed Bitten worked such wonders for her health They Invigorate all vital organs cure and Kidney troubles Induce sleep Impart strength and appetite 606 ut B blcUoberU 1m or Corns han Irs Miss Salve Spa clf Eleo rlo A organization That Sb lie Marrs Only j 1 BAND I a I Irya u 1tst1ltrw IIMFai MICHAELS AoiiUMMMf VAtrtW lO BEGINNING JULY 1st THE Will Sell Round Trip Tickets All tall Norfolk New York City v 2800 O 2500 13000 Norfolk and Park NJ 2380 3000 Long Branch N J 2380 3000 Ocean Grove 2380 3000 2380 3000 J 2360 3000 Cape May 2H16 Ocean City N J 2680 GOOD M HAYS L1I1KIUI on tile d r Hound trip ticket York notion rill going ono route and returnlnc nuothcr Good M days Stopover allowed Round trip ticket to all summer rttoitt load Oct rid Point Comfort and return 17 anti Autuil II Tlek E O KO ate rood 11 BioM er allowed on return trip Atlantic Auiuit 19 Tiekrti rood IS days 3 Stopover on return trip l P VJWFor lull Information cull on or addreti Ticket offlcorbotnlx Hot IKOUUE W BARNEY D V A WILMAU M VEST CllrTlektt Arenl Uilnfton Kr TotL aliI USH Co Via 00S8f NY i N J NJ J N J and mounlaln and f- Old I I all aUlhorld f ir tk Atlantic City r Spring Urnve TON OYKItn every New and vats j e days allowed J J WALKBlt Presidentp J S JOHNSON VIe Prest J ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTHR KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONRV Asst Cashr a D WALKEH Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS- J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbbn Lewis L Walker C A Arnold J A I r T JoI Arnold BEAZLEyl r UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity EmbalM Oa13o o0 Street end 04nvllle FULL LINE or CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Vo liavo purchased tho Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co and will continuo to full lino of Coal Sand Brick anti Lumber vivo us n call We have 2 good store rooms for rent on Depot street Sanders Schooler Sanders LANCASTER i Qolored Fairi 12 U 14 09 r I n j I t t J H August i MM1sM carr r y t tJ il 14 J I Days J 1 r rI n IITSONI 116 CASH IlL We Expect The Biggest Sale We Have Ever Had See The Bills DAYS DAYS This Week Commencing 9th 09 J 14 R E T 1 O 14 July S S A Sr N Why Darn Stockings By Nand T i Cm lit Friii LIISMI 1 j 1S Ii I have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and see W J RomansLancaster Kentucky I r r a tz 1 H I THE Notional Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENNV Ireildent J R STOHMES Pull S C PBNMV Ciiblir J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embry Bookkeeper DUIKOTOU- SSaral D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Uoblnson John E Stortnca 8 0 Donny J LQIII WilliamsW I Vic Wo ofTor you fair treat mint with ovory accom Jnodation that is consistent with conservative r t tInr g a A p I NI- No o- C NK- INGER AAN Pled o i fly Sewing Mectrkl Biers b id Ilpir iel rt TOW d West Stanford Street Next Door to Mason Hotel Driving Wagons Phaetons r Buggies urries i r 2r I I N c 0 If If f J 1 t A s- N r K 04J 0 0 aL Q 0- k 0ld t en- m 0 G 5 CD r 00c yI N 1 I L Woods Irttt W C Pith Via Prcil W 0 Kimpir Cnhlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKlOKATUD J i1f i t I CAPITAL l ooooo SURPLUS 900000 BU ARNOLD ROQUYN JB BURROWS M WOODS I U WOOD WOriHH WOWYNN ptrsorossa I LOOT Our Cunomerlfre Fully Proton by fidelity and Casuality Insurance arf r z 11 u r eyour Tobacco Barns with It HASELDEN as they will Insure your Tobacco also Office National hank ofIinncnster Phone Sr a K Rc I 4 t4BEAZIEY 0it1t h Gossip About People v v v A Brier Mention of tM and Goings by Thou Wt Art Interested In H D Northcot Is In Now York on business Proto 0 F Evans Is teaching school at Wallaceton Mrs Taylor Is with her daughter Mrs 0 0 Brown Dr W S Elkin of Atlanta Is visit ing relatives here Mrs S A Walker has returned from a visit to Jclllco Harry Robinson of Danville was with howe folks Sunday Mr W A Illatt of Winchester was In our city last D Harris of Louisville spent the 4th with his parents here Miss Mav Powell Is with Miss Lincoln visit Mr Roy Gooch Is spending his vaca tion at his home In Somerset Frank Pierce now of Louisville Is attending court hero this week Miss Alberta Anderson Is In Danvlllo visiting her aunt Miss Dove Harris Mrs W II Chew Shclbyvlllo III Is visiting Mrs Sam Embry Miss Elizabeth Ford Is the guest of Mrs J 11 Williams of Harrodsburg Mrs Thomas Wall and daughters are visiting Mr Win Lear and family Adolph Joseph now of Peru Ind Is with his parents during his vacation Miss Nancy Goo3oe of Springfield Is hero for a visit to Mrs Mrs Belle Burnside Is In Monticello visiting her daughter Mrs Larry D JonesMr Dave Thomas has gone to his home In Owen county to spent his vacationRevs and Taylor of were guests on Friday of Rev O P Bush Roy Yandall of Stanford was the guest of Rev 0 0 Brown the first of the week Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dan vllle Is with her mother Mrs Patsy lnnaird Mrs H A B Marksbury has been slckfor several days but Is better at this time Miss Annie Powell has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs W T Short of Richmond Miss Ethel Grant of Danville was tho guest the past week of Mr and Price MIss Pearl Hardln who has boon In Tonn for several months Is now with Mrs Alex Walker Attorneys R L Hughes and Geo Florence of Stanford attended circuit court hero this week Misses Margaret and Thelma Bright or Louisville are visiting their cousins Mr and Mrs 0 D Powell Misses Margaret and Joan Mount returned from a visit to Mrs Landram of Richmond Mrs Emma Hlgglnbolhim outer tained the Womans Auxllury this week at her home on Stanford street Mr and Mrs M D Hughes leave Monday for a visit to their daughter Mrs Noland at Seattle Wash ington Mlsa Annie Royston who has been teaching In Chicago her par Mr and Mrs J A Royston for vacation Miss Lottie Mao McRoberta left Wednesday to be a member of a houso paity given by Mlsa Crouch of Clarks Vllle Tuna Miss Fannie Wilson has returned from Richmond accompanied by Miss Katie Turpln who will be her guest fur several days Mr and Mrs Frank B Marksbury returned extensive brjdal trip to Utah California and too I 1f Comln Gaines of for a Mrand Mrs T J have II with an I week- S Mary Wrn Arnold Stanford Louis her Sunday from AlaskaYukon Exposition Mrs J W Miller Is at homo again after several weeks visit to Louisville relatives Muster Will RlcoAmon In spending the week with ha grandparents at Bryantsvlllc Misses Mary Virginia and LInT Goodloc of Sprlnglleld are visitors of Miss Flossie Trlbble Harris of Stanford Is hero to spend the vacation with her grandparents Mr and Mrs E W Mesdames Samuel Miller of Knox vlllo Tenn and Gco Burdclt of Louisville are here for a visit to their sister Mrs John W Miller Miss Mottle Lee Hubble who has been In an Infirmary In Cincinnati being treated for appendicitis has re turned home having recovered Eugene Uradshaw grandson of Mr T W lirarlshaw has returned from the Norton Infirmary of Louisville where bo was operated on for append citis Misses Alma and Mary Lear are with their friend Miss Elizabeth Holt of Powco Valley Before returning home they will enjoy an outing to the LakesMr Walker and Mesdames W D Rlgncr and U F Hudson have re turned from Richmond where they were called on accont ot the Illness of their mother Dan 0 Elkln Is In Louisville a special course of instruction to entering Hotchkiss Ac cademy In Connecticut with a view of attending Yale University Mrs T J Price entertained oclock dinner Friday evening at her handsome homo In honor of her nclce Miss Ethel Grunt and nephew Joe Price Covers were laid for eight the color scheme was pink and the dainty place cards with their pink bows made very attractive one Mrs Price Is an Ideal hostess and those who partook of her hospitality are loud In her praises A Millionaires Baby I by the highest priced baby specialist could not bo cured of stom ach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby If you give It McGcos Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentery and all derangements of too stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 60 by R E Mc Roberts lm REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Tho Republicans ot Gatratd county are called to meot In mass vention at tho court In Ky on Saturday July 17 at 2 tend the convention stonvllle 10 1009 ofnominat log a republican candidate tor Senator for Senatorial district to be voted for at tho Novem bet election This July 11th 1000 A B Chin O Mays Secretary It Business Items QWfrulrfara and Tin cans at cost Farmer wlutt will Turnpike Bldi now Miss Katherine B taking at a 0 the allalr a centsSold buse Lancaster p pl far purpose ot select Ing s to tobo held l I K ou July o minx c 00 0 etb1e s al tro l l I rd W d t or q th 1101 wual ring t T c w lard tif r h at OitJIrJrrn I h bare tl ti bo kIl1rto lOP a ex r te 1fJ on y O s whoa t us ho l an of c IU o I hlcfi t ship Cons s a u prices apart C- oLoulallliI v Wo arc road to for tl s pike o vJllu plkQ to 11 now to Ul1 10t I rlr I bill Iul Ga 3 lllIa Ky preparatory attended con ocock tor t atWuthti t t- eta ubcr Wards of rehab car P t lrnl pIgarV ever Wof4 ro rp qir R a urt t Wo try 11 oC Du Sat u ea w 1y- a Du au really r ce apt i nsls 1 nol 0cC- FrstWhsal Nag co tract their Will d sane It sellin- olsow1nor y receive bids tram t a hthe orAA 8 Per cant Money Will loan or mufe qti If you will riccdljo or the UlMAjf the year tothe time to application 025tf 0 R Swlnobroad 5 00 down and 15 a month for 50 months Invested In Eucalyptus will bring in 10 years a net return of 2500 You It Of course So did 1 IJutf ID It let your doubt ba lion lip llalley Lancaster Ky Agent for Ky To Mammoth Cave County excursion to Mommotb Cave from on Paris and Latonla A trip to the Worlds N Agent 025 411 I No 43Lowcll Bids win be s me from tbls date reserving the rlRbu to reject any and Board ot Education Committee Call Tho Dcmocratlp Committee of Oar rard county Islrcreby to meet In room In Lancasv A VA 11 candll irtsent- R M West Secty I Hamilton 7 24t Chairman WaterConsumer All arc duo paid and additional as fee It on are paid This Is the rule governing same Approved Feb Notice Clean UP By order of the council all are directed to cleanup all their and garbage cans barrels or on said persons falllngo with this order be prosecuted by warrant In Police L E Hcrron Marshal line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Pull line of jjjj American Wiro Fence any height jg Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special price by dozen and case A Jot ot good Lumber at special price I BECKER IS URYANTSVII U KY l Phones 15T and 3TQA r l t I lo1 ms ot first real c tate lIol1 f no Inn c 011 fro atlInv Forest San Francisco Cal E P 21st da t est w9nd tor 5 ude lira rr ad tare ar at and these cal routes h ugh tb Cave also m o night far ante or at motel limIt ten dayssee L Bide theSuhou Kv r unt I by Sl1garlntend ent B ds will bo ned Boa of Educat n tero 9 p in t ako 0100 tlon ow rds nom I 1I C for tour thane tOenerl11 Assembly of dates ed to J water eats In and It the cuts are not pad In ten quarteradae and thin II days trolD erld or t re q clef en the wllte cut IT y th Superln tondo not u ed again unless al fen ella es 2 r tur MayorAttest parties weed 6n pre on the stets and adjoining and th cl will ha otc In front of pre Isis III U glm lements II Ballar CD 1 1000 eel o wise to vest The morning tral a a gr hot 6clal Jul9X10100 12 1009 tln Saturday Clock Ing a to are enta- tivo thl tYI kyi ey advance it not rho wl bo and on ag 19u0r1- s Dolor art aelu d Ju all garbage Up to date ill 14 Days J 7 0r uUi HERES FOR Thought FOOD y in tho fact that tho demand for Obelisk Flour is increasing rapidly Only tho best wheat grown is used in milling Obelisk Flour causing it to stand proeminent among pure white whole some and healthful flours Its fine not only in appearance but quality as well Kindly get my prices on COAL BANKS HUDSON McCormack Wood Hi MACHINES 3 11 Mowers 4250 g Hay Rakes 2250 Leggetts Champion Tobabco iB9I Dusts 2 rows at one time S J Mount Co 1 Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancautor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROBERTS Treat J C Kubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W ELMORU Cashier 33 u Ai3t Cashier R I Klkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank We wish to say to the public that THE POX STUDIO hasnt boon open regular for some time but bo opened ovory Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTONS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO I I v EiI Duster R TH E I will E3 t fill Z r Rl r i d I I DAr I M t M e m MeMMMM MM Mem e CARDS 1 I1 r p H W Atorrow GriitluutoOptlclnttO- laiioi Jilted Ballifactlon au an lilted Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 once flout omco om S a m to 12 1 p tn to 4 Slot me ftruR Store Phono 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Office orer Mlia Aruoldi Millinery H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor PHONE J J Office corner Lexington Bt and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER ul COUNTY ATTORNEY Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Offlco over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTUR KBNTUCKY M HOUSES Only WNhite Barber 1 In Town North side of Public Square C3 JJJKI A JLTJEllLiJCij will practice HHniiitry at his home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Ocoasion Ware McRoberts LOOK Volt THE OR8E SH and trade with our old reliable barber H M D incan on Richmond street who Is a help to our town at all times ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZEMO a clean uso ZEMO Is tho beat known for the and positive cure of eczema pimples and overy For sale everywhere Write for E W Co St Louis Vcr sale at MoRoberla Drug Slow Ask for sample Cream Vermifuge B F Will INSURANCE V B I or dlscuo sample I 4 i WALTER Iii c iitiLq I Pu I I i t Lr I 4WsssuuuptusssIuasuuseeo- ir I I t 4 wIIrE TIlE IIUMITEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC llwail or IMITATIOMt TNI UINWINI raiMMO ONT f HardSnow Liniment C T LOUIS MO MoRoborts Drug Store FINK IN UIlllAIlD COUNTY FOU SALE I A fine blue Iran farm tor lAID iltutted on new U near ruins Uarell and ilx mIles south ot Ucoilcr containing 30u term will loeaUd In loud neighborhood being part ol the Jobu Walker trieS with btmUome uuw twoilory menroom reildenee thereon with kit ntctuary outbuilding and good new barn 0icu Well watered six never Ulllnif iprlngi Mid reek running through TIIK cash In hand balance ont and two Item day of bearing ilx per until paid r rioui looking for such place please write or o W 0 WAUCICH Stanford Ky ANSITIVECUIEFIIIANIRUFF ZEUO stop Itching Instantly and will cure any cue or Kftlp destroys the dandruff i na aad hair It will lvo the hair For everywhere write for sam pie K W Co Bt IuUJ- Porwiett MoRoberU Drugstore AUK I I I year I f Ike alp and tur I b S i i I l pale cut blend Itchin EMO clean l Ask sareipl- er 1 1 Farm and Stock J Frank Folgcf sold his farm near Blono P miles from Lancaster nt l o per acre Prospects are for a very large crop and In being Increased by the continued Minn Late this month sow turnip soccd The ground used for early vegetables Is lust tho placo for a turnip patch Last years oats crop was a compfoto failure but the prospects this year aro for a large yield and crop No traces of rust have been reported so far There promises to bo tho finest crop of potatoes grown In years The acre age Is 00 per cent Tho condition this year Is 07 por cent Prices aro ex cocdlngly high ranging from II to 12 per bushel Whore cows aro kept all tho time In the same field they trcd down the grass so that there Ip much they will not cat B having a new Held to turn them Into each week you will give Iho grass a chance to straighten up and be washed clean by dew and Ihower Then the cows will cat Itand do much better on It At this tlmo In 1007 tho Durley to bacco crop was reported to beabout 10 per cent short on account of scarcity of labor and plants Last year on ac count of the cutting out of tho crop there was not more than 20000 acres of Hurley tobacco planted In the whole State with a very poor yield There has boen planted this year between 160000 and 170000 acres of Burley to bacco according to best statistics at hand Tho acreage at this tlmo In 1007 as compared with 1000 was 00 per cent of the crop Tho acorage In 1008 as compared with 1007 was 17 percent of the crop and the Is 114 per cent of tho crop largo Increase over an average crop The sleep raisers have sold most of their wool buyers now have about 75 per cent of It With prices ranging from 25 to 30 cents per pound sheep raisers are well satisfied Our South down wool brought 32 cents and shear ed live pounds to the sheep Burry wool sold as low as 15 cents Why should a careful man raise burrs and sheep You are basing 10 to 15 cents a pound on your wool This summer havou man with a scythe go over your place and cut the cocklo burrs out It will only cost a tow dollars abd you will treble your money on yournext wool crop having cleaner land Cut them out for a few years After that the sheep will keep them down Sheep on a farm keep down 60 per cent of the weeds Ex The Missouri Experiment Station summarizes the value of the silo as follows 1 Silage keeps young stock thrifty and growing all winter 2 It produces fat beef more than does dry feed 3 It enables cows to produce milk and butter more economically 4 Silage is more conveniently bandied than dry fodder 5 The silo prevents the waste of corn stalks which contain about one third the food value of the entire crop 0 There aro no aggravating corn stalks lu the manure when silage fed 7 The silo wlllinako palatable food of stuff that could not otherwise be eaten 8 It enables a larger number of animals to be maintained on a given number of acres 0 It enables the farmer to preserve food which matures rainy time of the year when drying would be next to impossible 10 It Is the most economical meth od of supplying food for the stock dur log the hot dry periods In summer when the pasture Is short A Golden Woddno meant that man and wife have lived to a good old age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy Is to see that your li ver does Its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this Is to keep lUllarda Uerbluo In the house and take It whenever your liver guts In active 60 cents per bottle Sold by R B McRoberta 1m JOYFUL RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Ton up Liver Regulate the owele end be Healthy and Happy Thero are thousands and thousands of red blooded healthy happy people In America today that will praise tho merits of Booths Laxative Pills Theso knew what It was to suitor from constipation witH Its and they know that the one remedy that removed tho cause and wade them happy was Booths Laxa tive Pllli Results are sure and delightful and youll never go bask to tho old slam bang cathartics after once Booths Laxative Pills Booths Laxative Pills were used by me and I found that I gained utrengh from them As a tonlo for tho liver stomach and bowels I would not ask for a better remedy Henry Van Atta Albion R E MoRoberU sells Booths fax alive Pills for 25 cents a large box Be sure and try them to regulate the liver end cure constipation Cures indigestion It rulluTM stomach sour neb euro nil tom cU dU CAW or money back Lam boa of tab kU W VmwUU w U town 1tf I good t this showing cheaply ata the MIONA anile tom t r blackberry a- very consequences ietcldug and oiie During the next year beginning mite tat last the CrcPincry will give twelve premiums to its pntrons Each of these premiums shall consist of otto years subscription to HOARDS DAIRYMAN the lending dnlty pnpcr pub llshcd In the United States The patrons who desire to compete will indicate oti n coupon furnished by the creamery the number of cows from which ncnt milk to the creamery during the month and the number of days that they sent milk from each cow Thus A sends milk for 30 days from Old Red ao days from Jersey and to days from Daisy The creamery will take this information and make up the avcragcwhich in the above case wilt be 2 cows dur ing the entire 30 days Now dividing the total number of pounds of butter fat made from the milk of the patron by average number of cows will give the average mitnbcr of entitled to receive more than one premium during the year Checks will be mailed to the pntrons on July 12th for the month of June Will you receive n check If not why not The Creamery patron gets his check every month without trouble worry or expense If you are not one of us begin NOW and be happy Blue Grass Creamery t i i i I t t t I i ycc J 2 t6 A II t MA II HI sU M AtI tlwm WJ Ij y V 1V t t I It l n l l i the n l b ot 0 fi ii 1 t1 pOUlld of butter fat per cow The whose average jg highest shall receive the premium No patron shall be ti U- g l v1Jv 1J1J1J t 1J1J 1J Ii Ii e a e z Patroti 1I II 11 A Contented Woman Is always found In the same house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains It heals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscuslar soreness and stillness 25c 60o and II 00 a by R E McRoberts lm McCUEAIlY I Mr Roy Beasloy was In Crab last week Mrs Mike Forbes Is spending two weeks at Crab Orchard Mrs Mary Woolfork of Lexington was with her daughter Mrs J B Bourne Mrs Rice of Richmond Is spend Ing tho week with her mother Mrs Davidson Rev Carpenter of Lexington will preach at New Antioch Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock Miss Nell Bourne of Lexington is spending the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Bourno BOUHNE J S Carpenter sold a tat heifer to J II Turner at 4018 per lb Miss Bertha Hamm spent several days with Miss Amanda Joseph near Marksbury Miss Maggie Eason of Nicholasvllle Is with her grand mother Mrs John Eason this week Miss Lottlo Hamm of Lancaster was with her parents Mr and Mrs J P Hamm last week Mr Job family have re turned from a visit to relatives at Mlddlesboro and other points In tho mountains After spending several months with relatives here Miss Mary Durham has returned to her home near Lebanon where she will begin teaching next week BUENA VISTA Mis Anna DIckerson of Jessamine accompanied by her sister spent night with Mrs James Christo pherMesdames Geo WllllamsLcslle Rue Master Ben Williams and Miss Irene Broglo all of Lexington aro spending the week with relatives Miss Nell McCann of Lexington who has been tho guest of Mrs Virgil Scctt and Hugh Christopher stole a march on their friends by driving to Nlcbolasvlllo Saturday where they were united In marriage at tho homo of Rev Irvine A little before dawn Friday morn Ing the death angle visile 1 our midst and claimed for his own one of our most honorable citizens J B Robin son For more than a year Mr Rob Inson had been In railing health but bore his suffering without complaint In his death the community has lost a good citizen the church a devoted member tho family a loving husband and father Funeral services wore held at tho residence conducted by his pastor Rev E B 11111 A large concourse of friends followed tho body to Its last resting place Mt cemetery Mr Roblnsort was wldTy connected several counties bo Ing represented at the funeral He was a brotherinlaw of lion R II Tomllnson of Lancaster Life 100 000 Years Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life Will In con itant danger from wild boasts To day v the danger as shown by W Brown of Alexander Me Is largely from deadly disease If It had not been H for Dr Kings New Discovery which r cured me I could nut have lived ho writes utlerng as I did from a c levere lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds r- Dbtitlnato Coughs and prevent Pmiu j- inonla Its the best medicine on earth y Juaranteed by R E MoRoborts Trial B bottle free lm I bottleSold Orchard Marseoand 11 Tuesday 011 vet 11 A a I l a s PILES IMvWvlv iwPW nvVlit q s ic Wm N Raid Tho worst nlulit riders aro calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kirks Now Life Pills They never distress or Inconvlenco but al ways cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation Malaria 25c at R E McRoberts lm HAKKHIUJKY Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton of Lan easier were guests of Miss Susie Sunday Mr VWC Greening and son Guy Chenault who have been with rela tires at this placo have gone to Lcxlng ton a short visit before returning to their homo In Independence Kan The friends of Squire Ike Mycres a former resident of this placo were sorry to learn of the recent accident which befell him a short time ago It Is hoped that tho wound will not prove so serious and ho will soon be all right again There will bo roll call at the Fork church next Saturday The pastor Is especially desirous that every of the church who can will bo there as early as 10 to respond to his name when called There will be an all days session with Important business discussions There will be dinner on the ground no big spread as the pastor says but bring a lunch as you would take to school Hod To Be Drenched T F Gannon Avon Ky says I cured my hogs of a very bad case ot cholera with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Several of these hogs could not eat and I had todreuch them with tho medicine For Sale by J R Mount Co Cheerful notice any thing remarkable about carpets Browne Noj how dyou mean Smith They are bought by the yard and worn by tIm footl This unnecessary extravagance on your part must cease growled tho husband I dont suppose you have saved thing for a rainy day Oh but I have replied lila wife I have a goldhandled umbrella and a lovely pair of Imported silk hose Chicago News CoiiinilasiouorH Sale of Lund GARRARD C M Coyles Ext c Tiffs vs 0 M Coyles heirs Dells u Judement ot tho Garrard Circuit rendered at Its Juno term 1000 In tno above styled action I as master on 1000 between the of 10 a in and 2 p m It County court sell to tine highest amy best bidder at tho court house In Lancaster Gar In the of Paint Lick and knowuas M Norris property and conveyed toO MCoylo dated April 2 1004 Indeed book 10 page 607 Uarrard clerks bounded as follows at the edge of the Rich mond and Lancaster Corner to E lot thence North 83 West M feet leaving tho former store house nIT ono toot from tho line store house now burned and gone thenco N 8 E 47 reel leaving store house oil ono foot thence N 70 E 01 feet to a stake near the bridge pillar Tho building on said property be to Champ has the rluht to remove tamo This pro Is sold for tho of rein vesting the proceeds thereof according to the V Said sale will be made on a credit of U months and the purchaser will bo to good taster Commissioner lot said hase money bearing a per cent Inter sale until execution ssuo If not at A lien also bo retained upon tho land old for tile payment purchase neyi L L Plff A u Hutton for member 1 III SmithEver upa cmCUI COURT vlrture or ollltnls MONDAY boo bel rard coo ty I the following real V pe tviA eerie n n Garrard Ky o U kc W 119 feel t said proporty to be sold as a tERMS ecute Iu blo to tl under cst for 1111 um 0 all II the forcoand effect of a J qarrard Circuit Court Wlllk T 8 I t b NIIht Rider clock I Wi iescrit ed v ago row hencoS10 hole ill MROT1IWELL- MaaterComr blsJuly itku General News The standing of tho United States Is to bo Increased 1000 mien Cltltons of the United States bought 110000000 moro In diamonds and other precious stones during tho fiscal your of 100 than tho year prev ious Uasobatl will bo played In Cincinnati by night The bssaball grounds havo been fitted up with clostrlc light towers other devices for lighting tho Held About 100000 automobiles are now In use In tho United StatoR of which 20000 are electric About 00000 of tho total number are owned In Now York State The examining trial of William Sparks who ta charged with Ihe kill Jo Jake a prominent farmer of Mudfron County resulted III tho defendant being hold to await the notion of tho grand Jory without ball Dispatches from Dunns Review In dlcato that tho business outlook stead llf improves reports all leading sections testifying to a broader do mand fur most classes of merchandise Labor Is well employed and pay roth aro larger while crop prospects con tinue very promising Attorney General Jefferson McCarn of Nashville Tcnii who successfully prosecuted the Coopers for tho mur dur of Senator Carmack announced his candidacy for Governor subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Ills announcment Is expected to pre cipitate another campaign with prohl billon as tho leading Issue The Senate adopted tho maximum and mlnlmuin provisions ot tho tariff bill by a vote of 36 to 18 Tho provis ions of tho measure go Into effect Mch 31 1010 and ninety days must elapse before a Presidents proclamation plying the maximum duty of 25 ad valorem In addition to other duties provided In the bill will be operativeTho tax amendment which was suggested by President Taft drawn by Attorney General Wlckcrsham and presented to the Sen Aldrich chairman of tho Finance Is an Inlcgral part of tho tariff bill as that bill now stands After much tribulation tint Senate reached a vote en tile shortly before adjourning and tint amendment was agreed to by tho largo vote of CO toll Commissioners Sale or Land QARRARD CIRCUIT COURT II W Hume and others PIITI Marian Ethel Hume and others Dcflfl Uv vlrturo of a of tint Garraid Circuit Court rendered at Iti June term 1U09 lu tine above action 1 as Master Commissioner will on Monday July 20lh 1000 between tine hours of 10 a m and 2 p tn It being County Court day soil to the highest best bidder at tln Court House door fu Lancaster Oar rard County Ky the following de scribed real property III Oar rard county Ky and bounded as Beginning atra stake thence N 103 poles to tho center of Branch llienco N 27 E 30 poles at tho mouth of a drain thence S 75 E 22 poles to a stake thence N 83 E 28 poles thence N 70 E 30 to a young and white walnut near a spring on the same course 38 poles to ol hack Creek thence up the same S 33 K 65 poles thence up Wheelers Brunch thence W 00 to a beech on Wheelers line thence N 25 W 24 poles to an oak thence S W 6 lu the containing 78pr 70 acres bo tine sarnti more or less From Ihla Ir to be deducted tho following bout at of Italian Bolton S 67 E 34 2 poles to a hickory In a down said branch N 83 w 102 poles three red a branoii thence S CO E 40 poles Lola near a beech tbbncc up said branch S 32 W30 3 poles corner Ao Tuned Bradshaw N07 W 2pole thence 62 W 4 68 W 37 7 po 68 thenco N 12 E 494 poles tq thar beginning containing 18 acres Tim deduction Is shown by deed Fob 22 1800 recorded lu deed book 10 Garrard county recorded In deed book V 103 In clerks olllce to Chas Hume by Mc Culles 11 rs by Comr on tho 27th day of February 1800 Said land will bo sold as a Said sale is made for tine purpose a division of the heirs of Chas Hume deceased TERMS Said sale will be made oh a credit of six and 12 months and the purchaser wilt bo required loexeotilo able to the Master Commissioner said puichase mon ey bcarlngO per coot Interest an num of ale until paid up on which execution may nut paid at having tint force and Judgment A lien will also upon land sold for tho purchase money J M Muster Comr Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomllnson Atty for Plaintiff This July 8 1000 Worth a Thought Winy do the Tin Plate Mills the Klunglo Mills r largo Factories uso Swan Brand Pebble and Rubber Whr do they not use their own Manufacture Simply they know last longer cheaper In price and less expense to and samples W W WITHERS 220 K Main st Lexington Ky Notice of Application for Restoration to Cllsenehlp James Tudor who wVs convicted of the Oamnor fur restoration to and who rnor and state In writing any objection r nil II ape percent ate bp Mr Committee on proposition vs near a 07 V 371 671 the Ino ree bra h on branch urnner poles line to amncy thence N d d clerks olllce and to tract is f tbo m tUrlt same fTc of tine Metal I JI Lumoer Yards anti al- I Vorl best mallllIlI ht tine cllcult- courL e nit said c lut will ask stun frOm I I deed ROTh WELL 4 b 1toolin because voluntary rntrd 4unLy trmof citizenship Matiso Graded Common School lilcctlon Notice larrard County Court lAt T rm late met pursuant to adjourn and the following proceeding were hail Wcunt lion A II Ford Judge MtWhnrtvr and other on petition ton tabllih a traded Co mm nil ffchool In Iho Terri tory in and around the village ot Mante Gar tend Comity Kentucky A written petition having beets Hied In IMV onico ot Ihoflarrard County Iourl an ApUf II IWVilgnedbyK C McWhorlr J lifatki T I Ppltlman II I Arnold I t J 0 DolyJrllven H WaUfer Woodi Walker J Wade Walker Jerry lltgglni J II Woodi II K llerudon and Walkermore than ten legal white volej and taxpayer In the Ud Iraded Common Kebool Dlitrlct Judge of the Oar tart County tritahlllh a Uradrd Com Xfitdfj i0 e WC upon by Judge nf the laid Court and the said named petitioner the site of hue sail school named In Ihe laid petition to b npon a lot of a out three acrei of lahd now owned by whirl li facing tl on the tancailer clOt Illchmond turnpike Jtul op poilte the rrcihyterlan Church and which li near the vlllagn of fan e larrard County Kentucky The laid petition having been ap proved In writing on saId petition by Millie Superintendent of Common Bchooli ot Uarrard County Kentucky and the True Common Fcbool Dlitrlcta of Oar raId County Kentucky ol which the said propoied graded common school dlilrlct will compote sillier the whole or apart barIng ilgnud and approved In writing on said pe Illlou stud contented III writing on cud peti tion for the citabtltbment of the said promo ed Orrded Common School m J l ennahu Trnilee of Common School Dlttrlcl Nol James of District nManoniTruitce Of Dlilrlct No W W Writ Trutleeol Dlitrlct No U NIon Mart Truitee of ItUlrlct No It H C lloaln True tee of No 40 aud the said petition having bUll preteutcd Ihe Judge of Ihe Couuly Court on Monday April Mill luu and noted of record upon the aaM date III open Conrt same being a regular term of the rard County Court and the laid petition Sod canes wai continued for exception and bran Ing until Ihe regular May term of tbfr laid Court towll Slay 3llh suit tbi eautu having been continued for bearluif and evl for hearing on May nth IV09 the said dale came A ToddTrtfttee of Com noon School District No I of Ihe said traded Common School will compote either the whole or part pvrmlMlon of the Court to withdraw aud have hli name stricken from trillion content ins to the e labtlibmcnrof the propdMxl jrad ed School tc Web Ihe ttllloneri objected an 1 the Conic being advUed luttaln petllloneri thereupon L Walki Altoiey for A II Kitrldge E L white voteri In the said propotVl lAded Common School Dlitrlcl and moved to deny the relief lought In petttloueri application herein because the signet by the tuperlutendent Common School of Uarrard County Mllllo D Smith In person but wai ilgned by Jennie higgins who was autborlied to act and was acting for and In behalf of Ibe iuperlnteudent of labile fichooli saul Smith who sag tern porarlly from the county and the court being advlwd overruled the said motion aud the said petition thereupon being inbrallled to the Court upoh the exhlblti aud the Court being advUed hereby grant the tellrf audit li hereby ordered and adjudged by the court that a boundary b laid on for Ibe propoied moo School district and a pole and an election be held by the iherlfl of Ourard County Kentucky upon the propoilllou of taking the tcnie aud with of tile Irgalwhlle voters In the territory of the propoied Corn moo Bchool Dlitrlcl whether or nol they will vote an annual tax of A cent upon each one hundred dollar worth of aliened taxable property belonging to the while legal voters aud corporation and a poll tax of 1100 nu each while male Inhabitant over II years of ago In the salt propotid district for the nut chasing suitable gronndt erecting build rcparlug bulldlngi and maintaining and operating laid school and buying such fiirul equipment at may be decenary anti for the employment and payment ol the nieces to The boundary of the said dlitrlcl ot the tald Graded Common School ai agreed upon by and between the Judge of County Court and the petitioner herein named lollonit llcgluulng wllh tho land of C W Murphy excluding sail Murphylhence lo Leo Oaitlueau Including tald Uattlucau thence lo John Tankerily thence Including Mary K Itcnneei thence Including II f 1anon thence Including It C llo lu thence eiclml log Tboi Uneu Oleo thence Itobt Iloalu thence Including Mri Kainy Oreen thence Including Clark Iheuce Including John Creech Including Adrian Metcalf thence Including Kllai Smith thence Including Mary A nest tbence excluding Win Hlowe thence exclud inc WI Ralston thence eicludlng Sirs Jen nie llaker thence Including John Wiley thence excluding llobt Champ tbeuce In eluding Mri Mobtrly thence excluding James Champ thence excluding Jamei Ouynn thence Including H O Ouyuu thence Including K I Wood thence from laid Woods lo the centre of Ialut Lick Creek said Ialut Lick Creek with its tncanderi Including all the village ol Calm Lick on the Oarrard County tide to M laud thence with M K lion Includ log Ross anti with the said creek to the mouth of lleudenoue branch thence up llendertoni branch and with line and continuing with told branch until opposite leo lleailey colored thence leaving the brauch and run fling wltnlbe Lowell and and following said pike lo the land of Sirs Spur lock thence excluding the land of Nfl Sarah Bpurlock and Including Stauflll mutt Iatrlck tbeuce Including Lcayell thence Includ ing Mri John llardln thence Including the land of Harlot Bcbaitaln thence Including W V Uaitlnean Stony Point School lions turing excluded Ihence including Wm Del llui Ibeuce excluding1 John Hlgglnbothami Heln theuoo Including Mri unit thence excluding lames Uilruildci thence exclud lug 0 0 Morgan thence excluding Bamp Archer Ihence excluding tllgullr Iheuce In eluding WB Walter Ihvnce Including K H Walker ilitnce excluding Luther McQuery Iheuce g Wm Faulkner thenco wllh and excluding C W Murphy lo the beiluulng and at no distance li the laid boundary to ex loud moro than two smiles and a half nor to Include more of the laud of the buuudary of hue parlleinamei herein than will bo Inclnd ed from tho said ropoted site The boundary named herein being the outilde boundary of Ihe laid die wlllilu the laid boundary to b he said Graded Common Hcliool Ulttrlct and to Include all legal white voters anti the loiuble properly of tho 111119 toscllicr with of ill corporation Included III the laid boundary II li further adjudged by the said that Ihe Shun III of larrard County Win ueky will cause a poll tu bo opened and an election held within she dlilrlci and bonn dary id out herein at which election all legal white voleri within said boundary u m the propoiltlon set out herein III hue order aid election to b held on IATUUDAY JULY 111 and at the tamo time that the bo five truileca for hue laid Iradid Common provided by lawat whirls tune mid t l mullu Ul ag ylll Ordered dourt 0 Lu Notice olMie above order li h r by glyeu and he poll will be opened ai directed by said order an J puriuaut o same U A AUNOIU Bbllin Oarr 4 County Thli June jv iw ill J oniit menu K U I s lentil VllarluOru W 01 W II the OIl CUll I I1t t atiul belwcclIllI K C McWiuoflc tl lell folio A Trustee e UrI su upon Ilch and tcd h cOnsent I COin mOl obI Ion of e I IAmo not ludlo lId sought in opened lure anul oar toe Qarraid act leo Ibsuce down K AlI I wUllln a radius 0121 nuuiiuus trici stud ant i that o nice 1 School at alt over years of entitled I ole adJ rn- A VOfll I O o A C a eel J A lleik I cut i V W Stay dlstrlctoi ikIiu School Iii Smith of the Todd Not Iitri i tar Jam blat I ed the court sell petition saW Coin lug a including Itos tpoounrlliu pike Court e mush elected ruder be U Ito p017 10 Brynn vlllo Graded School Klootlon Notlbe regular torm of Qurrard Court IKIIISO In tho city of L Uitrrnrd county on day of May boo tho following proceed Foul Jmlgo W M Elliott and tilliors mi petition to oitublUIi n thu Idrrl lory lu and uiuuull ihtr town of Hry anUvllie written petition having been lu the idlliio of Hid liHrrnrd Umiily Court on Itt Iwm Munct V 0 Becker J 0 Williams J II M F Hoiit Logan bOil J II Ihkloy J W Wllllnni Duncan N Noo J H lliiHuldcn II II II 1 Hun Orahitin II J Tuiiitlnsiiii N II Jrw Alfonl Hen Mulllim W H HwOpo and U M Jenkins moro than tell legal white voters and tux iii tho district of tho proposed Graded Common School tho Judge of tine Giirraril County Court to vRlaDHtli a Graded Common lu a territory to be agreed and between Lilt said court mid tho said petitioners the site of tho Stud upon a two acres ef Jatul now owned by C M Jenkins facing upon the Nlcholasvllio iitlliilnlnir thu InniNnr Niilh Nun nnri tine said pelllliui to eitabllhh tim said school Having been III writing by Superintendent of SchooU of Uurrard County and of nalil school will tho whole or parts of present common school districts 30 1022 I and 32 and tine trustees of all suld dhtrlcln to wliW M Klllolt trustee of district Nu7 DennlMScolt truHteo of No 31 U A Howling trustee of No 30 II K trusivu of No in Liana Dun trusten of No 22 C V Ison r VV nLilll trUHtcoof No 32 hnvlng and approved tine nulil III writing and the having been prc scnlcU to tine Judge rf tine Uarrard l v Court on Monday April AIM r ntA1 County Court and sauna noted of record and Urn said and cause having been rx moaning unlll Ufo regular May torm of tints court I wit 2Uh 1WW and tine having been submitted to tho for hear said petition uklng that a boundary wild dlHlrlct and a fvo an election be held bt of Ourrutd County Kyi tho of voters In nieir territory or school district whether or nut they wilt vote an annual tax of 25 cenls up on each tlOO00 wortH of anstwed assessable taxable properly belonging to white voters In said proposed district anti n tax of 1100 on white untie Inhabitant over 21 years of III said proposed Graded Common School fur tIne purchasing of suitable erecting buildings repairing buildings arid the In tine said proponed district of thu said district of tine said Graded Common school as UK reed upon by and bcTwcen tine Judge of County Court anti the petitioners Is ax at a In tine middle of tile LincaMer mid Lexington road III trout uf Nalh Sites reildenco and run ning n lime duo North 2 mlluA ton slako In a drain near mid below II tine arm of Lenllo Rubles near Vista thence a line mink a circle about llr unUivlllo with a miles radius Juctudlnu Iho forniH and runldcncc of the following named to wit UtiMScvilt J II Kahley Brooks Sallle Mnrrel Cleveland UIAO Jnmrs Tlgg Yules Hudson John Worn U K rolnilcxttr Mute Itoblnbun W Marksbury llobcri Itoutt Mrs Hello Perkins M union HubcrtK find or llrown Jim 1arkM Wmf llntadtw Diiolln JohnlllaiUi Vox Turner Henry Kdgluton JolmMarKue Wm NeUon Will Sholl mean Hud Duncan II F Ihutnn lien Scott Hannah Swucnoy Duncan Joe Hlmpson Monruw Charley Glass to tine beginning not In eludIng tine residence and of tho ald Leslie Rubles the named being boundary aunt Includ white legal voters with tim said buundery and tho assessable of a further adjudncd that ofGarrard County Ky do cause a poll to bo and an election held the suld proposed Graded Common Kchool at election all legal white voters within saul hound arv snail be entitled to vote upon tine proposition set out herein before In election to bo held on Saturday July 10th 1UOO SmIth at tine samo lime there shall bo elected live trustees for the said Graded Common School UK law Ordered Court adjourned to May 20 1000 A A true Alt J A Clerk Line above order Is hereby given and tine will ho opened as directed by said order anti purauant to name This Juno him HKKI 0 A Arnold Sheriff Gurrard County Well Drilling Having a firetolnss Prilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Ill prepared to drill them tiny dcbtli 1or further information J E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky COUCH LUNGS Dr Kings Nsw Discovi 11 the ttine 2iiin lrc cllt Urllrlel h 4 lIalclIlI J 1 I to lot ur j 1 IC I trustee No II anti 1 annie holing a turin pot tI n for Dnd lion urt I or 1011 upeine and tine ineril up tllkllll tine n ot tine legal white ll seh r U t spring on 21 11011 Scott Mrs I W f I WjJ morrow I tine outsIde property tine RherlfT I II b G cOPT 1I0L j 1 1 i j KILL THE J AND CURE THE 1- r i WITH t C 4- d ALit otniuty Court held un s wet liutd oIliiiiuiI iii t Clientlint ill lie 4 tH lie lie ito jIJ i y lie P ili Alex hut Montgomery met t 1 Steam yrlte FOR 8 BIt1 patcmI rITim ONBY KXVUNDSO K JU McHoberta Drug ANS alL THROAT AND lUNITIOUILE- IOUAAM IIKD MAT15IPAOW 0 i SQre t