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THE CENTRAL RECORDllKMOlONt UXrAntUSIlKb DHUQUtAVr AND 0001 TWlfNTIltTIl LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY JULY 28 won A lUll 0 J VU y A I ALSO 0- It I 7 lOJrhRNIIfhNTI- N WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughst Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS 1 Etc 1 Iia ting I A r I Sycamore HchooTHouso next Sunday afternoon at 230 Elder George Vercoe of Waddy Illlcd tho pulpit again on Sunday at the Christian church in the absence of tho pastor Elder F M Tinder Tho Baptist have purchased tho res Idcncoof Mr Silas Ashley fur a par sonage Mr AMilcy and wife expect to move to Florida jit an early date There will bo an IceCream supper at tbejiycamoro School louse Sat urday night August 7th to raise luau cy for the protracted meeting which Is to bo hold soon Negro Killed Near the colored settlement known as White Oak In tho Northern part of tho county Timothy Peters colored shot and killed Gco Smith colored Sunday night It Is claimed that the men were drinking when tho trouble started Peters Is In all now awalt Intl trial Beautiful Services After some Introductory remarks by Rev 0 C Drawn Roy Harvey Mur dock of Uuckhorn Ky preached at the Union service In the park Sunday night Tho music was much Improv ed as there were four Instruments be sides an organ that assisted In It Commissioners Sale At the Commissioners sale of land before the Court house Monday the following property was disposed of The 00 acres of land belonging to Cuss flumes heirs was sold to This and JamesHenry fur 11832 the lot In Paint Lick belonging to the Coyles heirs was sold to A H EUrldge for 1550 Closed Sucessful Meeting Eld F M Tinder has returned from Waddy Kentucky where ho has been holding a most successful meeting for the past two weeks There were thirty eight confessions made during tho meeting and great benettt other wise derived tram It Eld Tinder will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning I Methodist Churchi Fourth Quarterly Communion Tho ofllclal Hoards of Lancaster and McKcndrcc Churches will the Lancaster Methodist church 230 p m July 31 for closing of church year Rev D W Robcrston District Superintendent presiding Sunday Aug 1st 11 a m of both congregations at tho Lan caster church Dr Robertson will preach the park service at night dJ3 ltov Thmmpsun will preach nt meet at commun- Ion oS I Saturdays One Hundred Fifty ODDS and ENDS In Mens and Youths SUITSV Ranging in price from 1000 to 2000 that we will close out at 350 550 750 These are good styles but are mostly small sizes If you can find a fit you can buy great est bargain ever offered in i H T Reduction also in our entire CLOTHING DEPARTMENT J 1 f li j 11 I r 1 Logan the Lancaster r i Barn Burn Wo hear that Wilson Alexanders stuck burn with contents burnt l In Lincoln county fast Frldnj tile low In claimed to bo about 1200 while It wax only Insured fur JROO Georgian Attend Fair rooms Is occupied nt the Motel Kctignlnn by eight couples who Intvo Como from Atlanta to attend the Lancaster Fair In the party are Mr Otley President of tho Atlanta owl his und Mr Nlm Collough of tho sumo Atlanta organ Izatlon BorryPhorlgo Harvey II Phcrlgo formerly of Nlcholasvlllc now u resident of Lex ington and Miss Margaret lorry of Lexington were married Wednes day evening at tho residence ef the otllelutlng mlnl torEld I J Spencer Nlcholasvlllc Tribune Mr Phcrlgo once lived Huck eye Kcctlon of this county where he hud many friends Everything Roady This morning all Is In readiness for the greatest fair In Kentucky Horse men from all sections are pouring In tend we expect tJ have tho best Fair over The Balloon men are already on the grounds as well as the owners of mid way attractions Visitors nary expect tile most court eous treatment while attending the Fair and not be worried about net tint to and from the grounds w an unlimited number of vehicles will be on hand for that purpose Groat Stable Will Show At Lancaster Fair First Mat Cohen of Lexington will cam paign a great stable of show horses this season The stable makes Its tlrst show at Lancaster this week and It Is Mr Calicos Intention to exhibit at all the leading fairs In Central lieu tucky at time State Fair and at the Louisville and Chicago horsy shows A new acquisition to Ills stable Is the stallion Red McDonald the champion saddle stallion of the Kentucky State Fair last year Other Star performers to be exhibited by Mr Cohen are Edna Mac champion saddle mare of 100703 owned by Mrs Mary McDow ell Luwnduj of Danville Princes Patricia a three galled marc also owned by Mrs Lowndcs Copplul a fouryear old gaited gelding Mcln tyro a walk trotcantor horse that was very successful oh tho show cir cult last year Lady Pearce a champ Ion road mare with u public trial of 2101 This mare lies beon exhibited at all tho leading horse shows In tile country rxcept New York and only two tithes did silo meet defeat Analysis of on Umpire An umpire Is a cross between a pirate a kidnapper a horse thief a chicken stealer and a punching bag lie Is employed by a baseball league to give the players something to yell at when they havent hit the ball quite far enough to reach first base to give the audience Rcmelhlng to throw at when tho genie Isnt Interesting them Tho umpires duty Is to decide whether time pitcher has put the ball over the plato and whether the has reached a base before the base man has soaked him In tho ribs with tho ball This would be as easy a job as rearranging time tarlll to suit every body It It wasnt for one thing Uaso ball players are very undignified and Informal In their treatment of um pires So are baseball fans After an umpire has been treated by a crowd of players and fans for u few minutes he generally has to bo put together with liquid glue Baseball spectators are very fond of arguing a decision with pop bottles chair cushions ball bats fence boards bricks turnips players benches and clubs In sauna parts at the country It takes an un usually durable umpire to last nine Innings Anyone can become a good baseball umpire after a few years practice Ho must bo able to dodge largo and small objects train tour directions at onco to hypnotize players who are peevish by looking them In tho eve and saying 110 In llrm tones und to watch a baseball In front of him and a baserunner behind him at the sumo tine A good baseball um pire should bo entirely deaf and should possess a voice like a megaphone lIe should enjoy being hated by und should find a deep pleasure III being escorted out of tho park by nineteen policemen while two thous and fans clamor for his gore A very good umpire Is regarded as a little worse than a grave rubber by most everybody A very poor one Is so much more unpopular that promi nent business non sometimes bite holes out of time wire netting In front of tho grand stand In their eagerness to let at him Uusoball umpires sometimes live to a groat ago In spite of their unhealthy occupation but no baseball umpire has over been elected to a public ortlce An umpire onco ran fur time oillw of POle Catchier In Chicago and soma citizens got up at oclock and voted all day against him Ha lost tho sake by 3000000 votes though tho population of tho city at that time was scarcely a million Of course wo dont mean anything personal George and betides this doest to the uses who umpire our games provided they us u 6 A Billie lit Mc lIthe Cohen runner U fO deal horse- Show wile 200 pound everybody THE NEW YORK OF THE WEST Tho Heir Ba Told Seattle Washington 7 10 Itccord After a journey of five days wo reached this city finding our daugh ter Mrs Noland her husband and their two bright children In good health 1 do not use tho edltoral we but mean my wife and 1 Wo arc now In favor of expansion and only such a trip can cause ono to realize tho magnitude and resource of our great country which Is capable of support Ing and maintaining a population of more than COO millions of people In passing through the grazing regions of Nebraska and Montana where resi dents live scycral miles apart wo were impressed with tho fact that seine of our homo people should move to that section to bo cured of the habit of talking about their neighbors us they would not be thrown In contact them Alliance Nebraska mountain time begins and we turn our watch back ono hour At Paradise Montana Paclllc time begins und the wheels of time are turned back another hour thought we did not expect to use a watch In Paradise As It Is earlier West and tho difference In time Seattle and Lancaster Is fully three hours It follows that If you aro retiring at 0 oclock p m we are at evening meal here corresponding to your supper and when It Is midnight ut Lancaster we can read here by twilightPassing through a rich agricultural country and through the Rocky Moun talus the backbone of tho country wo see a manifestation of tho wisdom and goodness of Ood In holding snow on the lofty peaks to melt lu season and teed that flow through the fertile valleys and furnish water for Irrigating setlons where tho rain fall Is not julllclent Hero we see a decided advantage over the farms of tho Middle States where there Is a constant dread of a drowth or too much rain as water can be used In Irrigating as It Is needed Insuring good and preventing thoremoval of soil which Impoverishes ono part of a farm and enriches another part This city Is backed and supported by rich agricultural mining and lumber ing rculons besides being connected by 1uuet Sound with the Pacific Ocean putting It in touch with other nations by navigation and giving It advan urges and possibilities equal or superior to those which made Now York and Chicago what they are In 1000 It land a population of 80000 It now has 315000 having gained 0000 In the last year It has business houses many stories high manufac tories representing millions of dollars palatial homes and In factIoverythlng and embellishes civilized life Thousands from all countries are attending the A Y P FaIr Three large fresh water lakes bound the city one Lake Washington be lug 33 miles long and many beautiful parks lire within the city limits and when properly known It will bo visit ed more frequently than Eastern Mr Noland and I have crossed Lake Washington visited tour parks and seen much of time city The finest fruit grows abundantly and It Is said that in some sections an aero of land will produce 4 tons of hay 00 bushels of wheat or 400 bushels of potatoes Kentuckys tobacco and hemp are not grown here Time climate Is delightfulwarm not cool pleasant nights There are no buzzards no thunder storms but few colored people and no tatlers tho people being busy Con siderable capital Is coming hero from time East for Investment and when It Is necessary to do so to locate a factory tho eternal hills are moved to make room No butler schools are to be found In the nation eight new school buildings having been erected this vear at a cost of 1700000 Toll my partner Bright Swlnobroad that I urn trying to got an option on 400 acres near town at 1000 an acre which will double In value In live years M D Hughes CoxHestor On Thursday morning July 22 1900 Miss Cassandra Cox and Mr Virgil Hester drove to Stanford and took the train for Jolllco where they wore ut live oclock p m Time bridal tour consisted of several different points In tho state Miss Cox Is tho daughter of Mr Cox an extensive farmer of Garrurd county Mr Nester Is tho son of Mr Rich ard Hester ono of Lincoln countys wealthy citizens Mr and Mrs Hes ter will return home Friday July 30th Their many friends wish them a hap py future Dalton Little Esslo Dalton tho younger daughter of Jas II Dalton and wife was burled ut Gosheit cemetery last Friday afternoon after time funeral services at tho Goshen church Sims had boon sick only since Sunday noon having attended church with her father and mother She was n lovely little Christian character over shedding abroad tho grace and beauty of liar Innocent pure heart rime community was greatly shocked and sought every means to ex tend sympathy and Christian fellowship Tinder and Livingston as special friends of the family wore with them und conducted tho services Con not t Urns between the trcams crops that exaltN hotdays and married Robert S At j resorts j s MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS i gf1lt3tVttritf fnYaa r M eras aaId D PtMUG10 CtPt MC4- e I You will see something new in FARM WAGONS BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hi6korg i t Old a 1 q 7 tf11 41ziitrlt4 li3fIt3ntmIl3ilY1YM I Nli HNIHH Mill gN W A GO N SWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON- on the market t W J RomansLancaster Kentucky Thanks To Mr Logan Time writer certainly appreciates the encouraging words tram tho former Lancastrian whose departure was felt with regret by the entire county Wo hope that his trust in the letter will bo realized ere tho three score year and ten mark Is reachedI 1200 to pay for time CKNTUAL RKCOUU tho paper has been coming to Cosby I want you to change It and send to my homo address It sometimes gets lost at tho olllce then there Is a great dlssapolntment at home for wo cant lot along with out tUe CKNTUAL RUCOIIP I am glad to see you getting out such a good paper and trust you will be able to In crease the subscription list and make a million You desavo to succeed and I know you With kindest re gards and wishing you great success I am Sincerely JM Logan L A N Low Rates On account of tho Qarrard Coun ty Fair July 28 20 and 30 ono taro plus 23 eta rate will apPlY front Paris Corbln and Louisville and Intormedl ate stations Special train sirvlco dally front Richmond Corbln und Loulsvlllo and roturn Lv Richmond 130 ttm Art Lancaster b85 a m Return Lv Lancaster Q p m Ar Richmond 1 p MI Lv Corbln 010 a Lancaster 007 a in Return LT Lancaster C p w Ar CorbIn 168 p m Lv Louisville 7 ft Len castor 1130 a m Return Lv Lancas ter mAr Loulsvlllo 815 p m I mAr mAr 6 p following will a Base BH A largo crowd watched us get Saturday by Lexington In a score of 0 to 4 Time game was rotten from beginning to end of course Monday wo played London and It was ono of tho best games of tho sea son many grandstand plays but room prevents us from going Into tho fea tures This gone resulted In a score of 6 tp 1 In our favor Yesterdays game with London was a good ono but very slow tho score being 3 to 0 In our favor To Feed 200000 Democrats Hero Is what Ous Jaubort of Lox ington tho oillolal barbccuer of Ken tucky says will bo required to toed 60000 persons on the first day of tho big Democratic barbecue In Loulsvlllo on August 31 Inasmuch oa tho pro motors say 100000 will bo present on both days figures will have to be multiplied by four 23000 pounds of moat 12000 loaves of broad Forty cords of wood Six pits 60 foot long 3 feet wide and 2 feet deep For 6000 gallons of burgoo 2coq pounds of moat 100 bushels of potatoes 15 bushels of uo cases of tomatoes 30 cases of corn 3 17 gross tin cups teaspoons 40 galvanized 1 salt 10 cayenne platesadozen tenInch butcher knives defeated I Mr Jaubort 3 a Note j f u F N set A FirstClass Shave At rilkinsons TonsorialON DANVILLE STREET EVERYTHING NEW CLEAN and SANITARY RAZORS Always SHARP Towels Used Exclusively Give us a call and if we please you tell others if we do not tell us Danville street next to Record Office r AJ LI tJJ J 5xffJ1X II III PrIor I 1 c h m rLV IIr f I 7 7 V Steamed CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED IU A YEAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr Entered at tin Pool Office In Lnncatltr Kvt at 8eeo dClan Nail Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky July 28 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct nnd City Olllces 600 For County Olllccs 1000 For State and District Oniccs 1600 For Calls per line 10 For Curds per line 10 For all publications In the Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 ObltimrleH per line 05 WEll Nail Interest of Il Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator It L Hubble For Representative J O Bogle For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Cleric J W Hamilton For Sheriff Oeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource ForCoroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the of Garrard county 1 am the Republican nee fur County Attorney and up predate your support li D Herndon We regret very much that our friends Mchsrs R S Brown and Alex have been made to believe that there Is a possibility of their oleo tlnn to the ufllco of Sheriff of this county These gentleman In order to comply with the resolutions of the Republicans printed In the RKCOIID several weeks ago expressed a desire to have their names offered as llcan nominees the former for Sheriff and Mm Utter fur Deputy Sheriff the first day of July At a called convention lust Monday they were given the nomination It only means two more tombs to slaughtered There has been a time In the his Cory of Lancaster when the good citi zens were lulled to rest each night by pistol shuts and rowdynesa but It has Dcen KO lung ago that the least distur Lance now causes much excitement and sleepless nights About 3 oclock Monday mornlngaf tor the excursion tram Cincinnati came reminded many of those old days Several shots were heard on the In the city limits but after chief Norton gets through with them theyll be sorry Tim of the Jefferson were very lucky In securing the service of Congressman Olllo James as chairman of the speakers com mittee for I ho state outside of Jailer son countyIn accepting thl Invitation ho was willing to do anything to liolp the Democracy of Louisville to victory One has said This Ingoing to be the opening gun In time light to be inadu to redeem LuuUvlllo and Kentucky from Republican rule May It bo loaded to the muzzle and hit center After we have tried In our feeble way to make the Lancaster Fair sue cess wo think It nothing but right to attend It AH our regular publics lion day Is Friday we could not enjoy the Fair at all were wo to plbllslj at that time In ordor that the devil and his associates may take In the while thing we publish on this Wed nesday std hope It will be satisfactory lu People now days any old tiling bu tllo latest Is airship larceny Jennie Assessor Layton He pub Inlt barbecue he said nom before highways promoters tact a till steal 4- al Ey p w u According to Hellnllo of California his assistant T A Klndler stole his airship from the workshop during the night and went joy tiding The machine was found out In the hills and Kindler promised never to repeat his actions again Tha invitation given Senator Jas 0 McCreary to address the Tammany Society In New York was a compli ment to the grand old man who Is so close to the hearts of the people of Kentucky and whose honesty and capability Is so universally recognized We still Insist that he be nominated by the Democrats for Uovernor next time We hope that tho dispatches from Washington are true In regard to mak Ing our townsman Louis L Walker District Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky It would be very pleasing to his host of friends and a more able man could not be selected It seems to be quite the fad to cut up some persons body and place It In a trunk since the body of a Greek was found last week packed In a trunk In Lynn Mass GILES Subscribe for the Record Mr Woofs Burton Is numbered with sickW GUI sold a nice horse to lute GUI for 8150 Mr Riley Davis had a nice colt to die last week Mr Bob Chandler has sold his farm to George Teater Mr Forrest Stapp made a flying trip to Lexington last week Mr Irvine Simpson sold Richard Burton a nice calf for 15 Mrs Lov Murphy visited her slater Mrs William Stotts last week Walter Moberley bought a horse from price unknown Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis were visiting friends In Madison last week Nearly all the farmers In this neigh borhood have finished stacking wheat Miss Ida and Minnie Teater were visiting their brother George last week Mrs Mildred Stotts of Jessamine visited her son William Stotts last weekMiss Blanche Stotts was the pleas ant visitor of friends In Madison last weekWillie the handsome little son of Mr and Mrs Tom Floyd Is very sick at this writing Mr Ed Chandler has been called to the bedside of his sister very low and not expected to live Roy E B Hill will tit his regular appointment at Chapel next Saturday night and Sunday Everybody invit cd to come Tortured On A Horse For ten years I couldnt ride a horse without being In torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors grid other remedies tolled Arnica Salvo cured me Infallible for Plies Burns Scalds Cuts Bolls Fever Sores Eczema Suit Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Loyd Mr Elmer East Is able to bo up after several days of Illness Miss Glades B Ray Is the charming guest of Mr and Mrs Harrison Ray Miss Odessa Simpson entertained a number of friends and relatives Sun day Miss Hattie Ray and mother spent Sunday with Mrs Marluh fancy and totally Mrs Nora May and children were the guests of her brother Mr Burdott Dully at Paint Lick Mrs Norma Walls and handsome children of Somerset are visiting Mr and Mrs Cronley Hroaddus Miss Mary Leo Layno and little brother Stanley wore the guests of her brother Mr Felix Layiio and wife re cently Raid The worst night riders are calomel crutch oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of teat Not to with Dr Kings New Life ruin They never distress or Incocvlence but al ways cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation Malaria 25o at Hi E MoRoberti 1m tho statement ofThomal Wilbert Dalley 11 Duck lens 1 A Night Rider whole U GAIlTJSIlSYILliU i Mr John Dawson wife nnd daugh ter were the guests of Mr C S Romp and wife Mrs Janlo Trceman was baptised at White Lick Sunday afternoon by Rev Bryant Mrs G S a dollght ful dinner also a quilting on her 25th birthday Sho received several nice presentsThe of Mr Eph Crutchcr and tho Infant child of Mr Charley Young were Interred In the Carters vllle cemetery Thursday afternoon We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved family Sees Mother Grow Young It would to overstate the wonderful change In my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gllpatrlck of Dan forth Me Although past 70 tho seems really to bo growing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric sitters worked such wonders for her health They Invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles Induce sleep Impart strength and appetite Only 50c at R E McRoberts 1m BUENA VISTA Mr John Dlsuiukes lost a mare last weekSeveral from hero attended Camp meeting at Wllmore Sunday Miss Mary Skinner left this week to begin teaching at Mt Hebron Miss Ora Poor Is the guest of her sister Mrs Ballard near Stanford John Hicks who has been threaten ed with typhoid Is much Improved Miss Lucretia Skinner Is visiting the family of Mr A II Dastln at Lau catserMr Ben Allen and bride of spent Sunday with Mrs Laura NaylurThe last quarterly meeting of the year will be held at Mt Olivet Au gust 7 and 8th The two little daughters of Dr and Guthery of Burgln are guests of Mrs John Johnson Master Philip McCann of Lexing ton spent last week with Ills sister Mrs Hugh Christopher Miss Mada Chrlstaln of Lexington has returned to her homo after a pleasant visit to Miss Dlsmukes Tho C E and Sunday School will render a literary and musical program Saturday evening Aug 7th at Browns ChapelMisses Alice Scott Cora Poor and brother attended a lawn fete Friday evening near Wllmore given by Mrs Etlle Glass In honor of her gusts Miss llamas of III and Miss Crutcher of Jessamine Mncn of the wheat of this section has been threshed Tho grain Is very little being No 2 Some hall been sold to Voris Brothers at Durum at 105 II 110 and some to 0 P Kennedy at 1110 A Contented Woman Is always found In tho spine house with Bollards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family tree tram aches and pains It heals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscuslar and stillness SficBOo and 8100 a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Simple Recipe for Beauty An old book says that If ono wtll make n powder of elder flowers gath ered on midsummer day dry them and use a spoonful thereof In a good draught of water morning and for tho apace of a month It will him or her young and handsome for ft long time Impatlenc now weak wo think others are to show Impatlencol It la so cloar to us that Impatience In others In a foolish waste of vital since It cannot possibly do any good but wu are Im patient ourselves and learn nothing from the folly of othun AtchUon Kan Globe A Millionaires Baby attended by tho highest priced baby specialist could not he cured of stunt ach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby If you vivo It McGcea Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 60 centiSold by R E Mo Robert 1m Uedwlno bo hard u Mr Inferior n soreness 11 make force gave Georgetown 4 evening r to PLAGUE OF AFRICA LOCUSTS THE MOST TERRIBLE FOE OF THE FARMER Pests That In Their Numbers Are Invincible Destroy Crops While Owners May Only Look on In Suplneneit South Africa seems to bo n pnrndlito to tho farmer until the locust como Thu farmor has been planting wheat for fie months beginning with March and he looks for an enormously profit able harvest In tho midsummer month of December After plowing and drag ging for six days ho has put In n day or two sowing tho wheat by hand and ha kopt repenting tho process until hundreds of acres have been planted There are fields of wheat In all stages from tho young green stalks to tho yellowing hoods of grain It will be convenient to reap the crop in tho sue cesslvely ripening fluids lust na It was convenient to plant It In Installments The farmer congratulates himself on a climate that makes this method pos Bible Ho figures that the Investment for 25 bags of sued worth 160 will return him 750 bags of grain worth 3760 Sans the sprlnkhnan kom Mas ter tho locusts ore coming says his Knlllr servant Thus Is shattered the dream of op ulenco and success as the farmer drowses one hot silent midsummer day In his bungalow On the horizon over the distant tango of hills lies a long faint cloud It Is H hutcolored narrow line with a front perhaps 70 miles wldo It blurs tho sharp outllno of the hills In tho Afri can sunlight This Is a locust swarm as you see It first at a distance of 30 or 40 miles In an hour tho line has become a light brown fog drifting rap idly toward you Tho farmer is helpless in face of the advancing ruin and desolation He can only watch the approach of In evitable disaster The landscape Is gradually blurred by tho great brown cloud that spreads and mounts higher in the sky Trees and houses a row miles off become Invisible The cloud shifts with patches of dark brown masses and gaps of gray or light brown where tho locusts are not so thickly crowded A constant change of shape and formation gives an like dense smoko belching from a forest flro A sound like tho distant breakers of tho ocean steals into the silence It is the whirr and roar of billions of wings beating tho air The whirr becomes louder Nearby green holds are shaded by tho ap palling visitation A few locusts fly past Thoro Is a sudden Increase of the sound to a roar as the army of falls on tho land and their wings throb like a colossal dynamo revolving at terrific speed The bright sun Is obscured and tho ground Is In shadow A building a few rods away cannot bo seen Millions of locusts settle down whllo other millions continuo their flight The ground Is so packod with locusts that every square Inch of earth Is alike Every blade of gross or wheat is attacked by as many In sects as It will hold A hundred rush on ono stalk bond it to earth and consume It In lose than a mlnuto Within tun minutes tho far mora 200 acres of wheat have disap peared Every blade of grass every Ilowor every loaf on tho trees Is do voured For hours and oven days tho maddening roar of the wings Is heard and the unnumbered hosts con tinue their flight At last when tho plague has passed nothing remains but a desert waste naked of every green thing for hun drool of miles Old English Favorite Drink A favorlto drink in tho seventeenth century alike wlUi men and women was known as Towahdlddlo Thla beverage which vied In popularity with the old Kngllsh alo was com pounded of a pint of table boor or alo a tablespoonful of brandy and a toaspoonful of brown sugar or clan Rod sirup A ginger and a thin slice of lemon pool worn occasionally added Huch a drink would probably Provo Insipid to tho modern palate but Ituthvon In his Experiments on Cookery published in 1964 de that this Is a right Gossips cup that far exceeds all the ale that ever Mother Ilurch made la her Unpopular Chauffeurs Ho wits originally a motor car driver but Is now a butcher is how a defendant at tho Kingston Eng police cout was described goo how the nppotltu grows by what It feeds on Htlll we should not go as far as Henry ailchrUt who was awarded two mouths for assault at Bradford tho other day Saying Ill wipe all tho taxicab drivers oft tho taco of tho earth ho brought a taxicab to a standstill and struck tho driver In the face knocking out two tooth Henry hits enthusiasm carry him too far that tau lord M Iron rooted appearance insects locusts little dares lifetime w a t Dr Notts letter arouses a storm of Protest Sticks stoutly to statement Offers to put up money to back his opinion In a recent Nsuo of this paper pf Nott whoso fame Is n matter ot na tloiml recognition stated was nu euro for baldness which Is evidently not by all otherwise the existence numerous concerns that cure bald ncMto put hair on n ball etc would be Imperilled What Dr Nott did state as to the Issue con taming his stntcmnts will corrobor tile was that he ftd never seen In all of the thousands cases which have passed under notice ono Instance where tho baldness hud been cured But state as well that he cheerfully iidmfltcd that there were remedies that would restore gray hair to tho color of youth and that there were Halt Tonics which would encourage tho growth of hair cure dandruff and the ordinary diseases of tho scalp he referred particularly to QBan Hair Restorer and QBan Hair Tuna Dr Nott states Unit ha will give to anv charitable Institution named 1000 on receipt of any authentic proof showing that hair hits ever been put on a bald head where tho roots wero dead Since state ment the druggists have lyVencrnl laid caterer and Tuttle Any uuo 11000 that the tray send n letter to Q Memphis Tenn any druggist will to tho of falls a single Instance to change to u natural color that If tho patient has used six bot ties and the result is not as claimed a written to Dr Nott will bring back the money expended and that If a lotof tho tonld dont In crease the growth and htreiiKth of the hair cleanse and put scalp In good condition money returned You know your clrUfglst ask him R E McRobers recommends and sells these preparations If you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can have the first bottle free simply call and ask fur It For sale at all druggists PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock Crop Havlngdcclded to change my place of business I will on THURSDAY AUGUST lOtn 00 at ono oclock on the premises offer for sale to the highest best my farm consisting of 81 acres situa ted on tile Lancaster and Lexington turnpike U miles north mills Murksbury Kentucky Close to iitul from post olllco This farm has a 5 room reM dencc new stock and nil othut necessary out Two good with never falling at house three are acres In cultivation remainder In grass The fences are now und In good order This farm Is situated In tho heart of Garrard Countys ramous funning district near fatuous Camp Dick Rubinson farm Anyone desiring to see tho farm or wishing other Information will please call on or write the undersigned onehalf cash hand bnllance In one two and throb yours with 0 per cent Interest A to bo retained on land to so euro the Full possession gjvun September 1st loot At time same Umo and place I will also soil tho following property Ono frame rock frame two disc harrow nurnnAn franin corn mower hay rake Rooster wheat drill Vulcan double slioveU set of blacksmith tools a lot of tools stone dig gars picks shovels cutting box cider mill corn two sots of wagon gear collars sot nf cart saddle 1100 feet of lumber und other things toy numerous to moon tlnn Ono pair of maro mules sound stare In foal to jack 20 hogs HOWS 1 register fid 2 30 acres of corn In Held Terms rsonal properly nil minis that a credit or four months without Interest negotiable note well endorsed payable In The Ourrard Hunk Trust Co of Lancaster Ken tucky HOHT I1 Rout I M Dunn A net 3t Our For Limber Mr 0 A llouzly Trenton I had tine success In treating my fowls for Llmcrneck and Cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cute 1 gave them the medicine In both drinking water and food I this remedy tine that hero A oplllion slit d II b lard refers u this h did lii lust In or Q who ants to win the doct olforll U Dept Ito and ho atenient six be t of Q litui lluir Ilf air letter III be of Lancaster and 3 of an onehalt toile d rn b dlnllll It I upplin I wat r tent springs aril Id j rill s p manta WIiIlO hay Itlvatora all orrow steel harrow i rlnd tot yearold rood 1 0If of 20 nn odor cli Over ono It upt ICy Y81 like Sold by J 1 Co advertise ooh usupply nan ha lutes Indorse feet if Restorer w i also south near schools homes Nock R Mount What Gold Stamps Do you save COM STAMPS If not why not They furnish your home PlUm the best merchants give them with all purchases Start Collecting Gold Stamps Today and secure some of the ninny useful ornnmcntnl house hold articles given in exchange The following mer chants give them freely one i with eAch locpurchnse H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co jf Dry Goods and Notions R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird M K Denny Dentist- J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries W M Bond Meat Cutter You have got to buy Groceries Dry Goods Shoe and rther commodities from some one The merchant In glvlngyou GOLD STA charges no more but enables you to furnish your homo FREE with many useful and ornamental article absolutely Free by earning premiums on money you have tot to spend with sortie Start Savino ToDay Free J M lS one n s Free f Millinery MIWIIWAWMIW Free I w AVItJy ee FARMERS COLUMN itpicu below Hill Iirtilliig It tot the eiclu tve pee ol our farmer tilitcrll or and U or the ale ol tockgr lu rush llilufi on firm tku farmer cannot sword to utter II iv No notice will be treated over Inure and win two li uc of the Kucoki free of singe I have 3 good sows and pigs for sale R Murphy Union Ky Want to buy 15 qr 20 pounds of honey Phone 43 D I have throQ nlcngllts tuft will pill about August 1st for sale B K Wllmot I have 60 or CO barrels of good white corn for sale Phone A W Kava naugli I have 27 acres of timothy Meadow that U ready to cut to rent for cash Iku Myers I have two extra good Jersey cows that I will sell cheap R M Moss BrvantHVlllo WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest prioo paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber and II lOur freshI JC and Song H L eeeeoeoaeeeeeoee oeerooeoeeceeeeeeoeeveooe0le fie onlyIn e B1Nortlicott1 aa ee ooeeti+ Uptodate line of Harness Buggies B Deering Binders pj and Mowers PS Full line of ifl pj American Wire Fence B fid any height a Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special price by dozen and m I case A lot of good Lumber fSj 1 at special price IJBallardKo HKYANTSVIIIM KY Phones 16T toll 370A S CITY TAXES find I nm romly to rocpivoj and receipt for aaino- L E HerronCollector m J liD Im rements i ri I i t City t xo or1000 nro duo I l Bl- t Elt i Ill tF It s a- I McCormack Wood MACHINES Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 raj Leggetts Champion Tobacco y Dusts 2 rows at one time S Mount Co H gD 1 I fJJ Duster J R r r r 11 r i 5 I J J nnWALttrnPraldent J 8 JOHNSON Vice Prost ORGANIZED 683 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL soooo SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSOK CashIer W O HIONHT AMt Canhr 0 D WALKBH Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J H Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbbs Lewi L Walker T T M Arnold U A Arnold A EEAZLEYI Rook koeper I UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Cavity Ebalal- lO 011 Dmole SIrM i FULL LINE Or ASKBT9 AXU BURIAL BODBS ALWAYS IN STOCK I I N Q x J JC Q L Q 0 0 U U 0m afx 41fff THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R PENNY Pruldiil J I STOBMES yin Priit- I C DBXNV Cublir J F Robinson AMt Oashr It T Emory Hookkeeper DlUMCTOUi Sainl D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Storraes S C Dennr J L GUI WilliamsWI E C CJ- Jto a C y n CD en oc 5 r- fI 1 B U Wecdi Punt W C Prut W 0 Kimpu Cdklir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick JMCOUrOKATID Vie t Fish Wo offer you fair treat ment with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking f 1 CAPITAL 1600000 BUKPLVS DIBBOTOHBI- II COY BU ARNOLD BOOUYH JBBUBROWI- i B WOOD iuwooniW- OFIBII WOWTNH 900000 Our Customers Ire Fully Protected by hdelity and Catualjty Inturaneo We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt boon open regular some timo but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Come in nod get tho best PHOTONS at the best prices The FOX Xmm X9 M M your Tobacco Barns with as they will Insuro your Tobacco also Office National Dank of Lancaster Phone j t II t 1 tr f I t e BEAZLEY It MSELDEN i fort lY1 l l STUDIOs I i 1 Gossip About People A Drltf Mention o the Comings by Thou Wi An In Hubert Walker r f Klehmoiid Is for tlio Lancaster Fair W Fax Louanot Now York Is to enjoy the Lancaster Fair Mr Dlckoriion of New York In with Mr nod Mrs Fred 1 1rlsblc- Mm George Manu of liardslown I with the Misses liens for a visit Miss Julia HiKKlns of nichmond I Miss Annie Herndon Col Watson of Texas IB with his friend W S Walker of 1alnt Lick Mrs Emma Dual of Richmond li tho guest of Rev and Mrs O P Hush Miss Dovo II Harris of Danville vlsltlrit her stater II Ander son Miss Edna Moore of Danvlllo Is the guest of Misses Martha and Salllc Tlllctt Mrs Luster Wilson of Luis Miss Is visiting Senator and Mrs George T Farris L II Willis of Nlcholasvlllo was with Mr and Mrs W A Arnold Arnold of Louisville Is hero vlsltlnii Misses Fannie and Ket WestMiss Taplor of Washington D 0 Is tho guest of Rev and Mrs C 0 Brown Mr George R Hard In and son Her bert of Uellevue aro camping on river Mrs Win Walkerof Dccson Miss Is vIsltlnK her parents Mr and Mrs 12 W Harris Mrs Jasper Uo lo and children of SprlnKfleld Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs James A Doty Mrs John Malono and children of are visiting her father Mr Wm Davis and family Miss Sue Shelby Mason left Friday For a visit to her sister Mrs Roy lluyncs of Hlllsboro Ohio Mrs Wm Doty and daughter Miss Alice of Wlnnsboro S 0 are guests 3f Mr and Mrs T U Walker Miss Annie Margaret Klkln forms ono of a at the home of Miss Lillian Cobb of Richmond MIll Sue Anna Lear Is at home again after a pleasant visit to friends In Nlcholasvlllo and Lexington Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholas vlllo has been a recent visitor to her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West A Goodloe Lacker of Kansas City arrived Sunday fur a stay with his Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Mr and Mrs Louis Landram of Richmond will be tho guests this week of Mrs II A U Marksbury Miss Della Tinder leaves Tuesday a visit to her school mate Miss Beatrice Rouse of Wichita Kansas After a two weeks visit with her Mrs Vesta Jordon left Friday 0 visit her sister In Hamilton Ohio Mrs J S Bowman of Lewis county Tuesday for a stay with her Mr and Mrs W Q Anderson Mrs Robert Amstronir has to her home In Frankfort after a vIsit to Doty and family Mr Punch Doughdlo and grandson Columbus Ga are visitors In our midst and will remain until after the Misses Pay Robson and May Burton if Louisville are two attractive at the homo of Miss Kathleen WalterJim now of Columbia S C homo Thursday to attend fair Mr and Mrs Herbert Price and little daughter Vesta ot Danville guests at tho homo of Mr and Mrs M Lackey Miss Brunette Arnold has returned Louisville after a delightful to her sisters Misses Katherine and lalllne Arnold J 12 Elmoro Floyd Swopo and jlge Ford attended a party on Friday light at the homo of Miss Lillian Cobb of Richmond Frank Pumphrey and family of Somerset and Miss Edna Burton of near Danvlllo visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Miss May Powell Is with her aunt W T Short of Richmond Mo ore returning Moro sho will enjoy an mtlnir to Kstlll Spins Mesdames Elizabeth Denny and John liolund and little daughter Dorothy of Lexington are guests of Misses Walker of Paint Lick Rev 0 0 Drawn was called to Icholasvllle last week whore ho In marriage his brother Mr Wm Randolph lirown of Molntosh Fa and Miss Roberta Morrison Purrs of lessamlnes capital Starved to what could truthfully bo said of many children who die They have worms poor llttlo things they dont it and you dont realize it If four child in cross fretful pasty complexioned and loses weight fur 10 apparent reason given It Whits Cream Vermifuge you will be sur prised at the results such how quickly t picks by UK MoRobeus l and ODin hero hero thu guest or Is Mrs S Mon lay Miss Kato lie rea I for parents came parents MrJamesA of fair guests will be at the are D from vis- It the united I Death Is known upHold II Kentucky e huuse party parents returned Mrs e Card To Brother Tlprtor no nlthfu BO comforting llrntlipr their k to us In our ot est offer this iLrcmlon our carncHt apprcclatinn and Mr nod Mrs Jnines li Dalton Mako a 20 Coal To tho People of OHtrnrd that tills Board i Kducatloti ufOurrard county levy of llvrt cents per dollars for time year for purpose of Education This levy wo find Is not sulllulent t carry out the law This Ixmrd will mako levy of 20 cents per hundred dollars for time year 1010W M Klllott Ranoy Jcptlm Onslott U S hoop The Ladlo Aid Wovo put a lino addition on tho good old church at home lust tho latest kilter with a gallery and dome teals h thousand people llnest church In all the town when twas dedicated why we planked ten thousand down That Is wo paid live thousand every deacon did his best Ladles Aid Society It promls- cd all the rest Vovo got an crgan In tho utmost In tho land ts got a thousand pipes or more Its melody Is grand And when we sit on cusholnod pews and hear the master play It carries us to realms of bliss miles away t cost a cool thousand and Its stood the hardest test Well pay a thousand on It the Ladles Aid tho rest Theyll give a hundred socials canta tas too and tens Theyll make a thousand angel cakes and tons of cream theyll freeze Theyll beg and scrape und toll for sev en years or more Arid then theyll start all oer again for a carpet for tho floor It Isnt Just like digging out the money from your vest When the Ladles Aid gets busy and say Well pay the f course big church from pulpit to spire t Is the darllngof our eyes tho crown of our desire when 1 see the sisters work to raise the cash that lacks somehow feel tho church Is built on womcns tired backs sometimes I cant help thinking when we reach the regions blest men will get the toll and sweat sod the Ladles Aid the rest The Funny Side A I used a word In speaking to my which offended her sorely 1 week Sho has not spoken a syllable to ie since 15 Would you mind telling me what was Fllegcnda Illaotter Mrs Wiggins You heard tho drug say If you tried his pain killer you use no other Mr Wiggins Yes I heard him and saw him wink at tho undertaker ho said It Sho quotlngJVLovo took up the of life He absently And turned It to strife When a husband likes to eat what U wife cooks and a wife likes to cook what her husband eats they of nlllcs Dallas News V- An olllccr at a state camp decided see for himself how his sentries doing Ho was surprised at overhearing the following Haiti Who goes there Friend with a bottle Pass friend Halt bottle Everpbodys Magazine Henry Miller visited at W II Purrs SundayMrs Longworth Is reported to a on tho sick list W II Furr has been on tho Is some better- S L Ilalrd visited at W II Saturday night and assisted In the Alfred Owens our Sunday School superIntendent was on time sick list Is absence from Sunday School was Miss Vlrgle It Worrell who has teaching In Oklahoma for years Is vlslllng her homo people many friends We regret to have to report that E II Walker had to return to tho for further treatment of his malady whore ho I sold to be get nicely There fortune teller In this elgiiborhood who many good people can suro tell things that will lino to pass and can tell where things can bo found Wo uro that this Is n free country whore have a right to think as they Sure Worm Exterminator J 0 Foil Lakenan Mo llraedcr of egUtcred DurocJorsey Hogs says Wo have been feeding Hourbon Hog Remedy to our hogs and Unit to bo a sure worm exterminator by Mount Co of Tki I rlll I Llv our llId IIlId 10 nil alt n no net meet a LilY county 1hls is to eertlfy hundred tOO a Sccy- J Its It And And the churchthe No woreproud nut l And That wife ago It dst would 1 when to were their duty somewhat sick list but storeMr regretted been and Mr hospital Ling along say iliad people please Ma Cholera Sold J R t r a tvr a a- I Iifelnutt iersfu heartfelt thnmka Kentucky monde a the of Education r unnumbered rest our carp domestic 4 K are 4 FLAT WOOD several Asa lost It f Business Items UMI u i UUMcHliBpMm Henry nice The Is on us You will rfir up 03 V23 2t If you tob co pr dies v T232t Do not fairto call tho fair Yi can furnish you Ico on Satur day o Lot us oaks Fair t u nice Gad cako s or some 723 2t Do nftfmv ahnnt Dont the 12 daya trip to At axo Due Lnow haVe time tax books and am Nothing batter for your lunch Pea W Gill Simpson Wyatts Annual Summer Tour tb Illtin 10 1609 InforhTatlon apply Mrs Jacob Joseph Lancaster Springs Is open manage you will go to see him 7104 5 Per cent Money Will loan In yams of 11000 qmore first you money fatoJIns fall or time Irs r the year ro time O D Swlnebroad Application for Pardon Application yfor pardon for Jones w will Governor state in writing any objection Notice of Application for Pardon Ilandcll Lemay who term of said court 1000 vlll USK tho Govenor for pardon and who object will notify the and state In writing any objection In Milk Street Boston A young man who was In such a hurry to got out of tho Milk atre subway station that ho forgot to oxih clau ordinary politeness very nearly caused a serious Occident yesterday about ono oclock As bo raced up the exit stairway through the crowd he brought his heel back Into tho face of an olilorly lady close behind him She gave a shriek of pain and fright and staggered backward A man behind tier was Jostled and losing his bat anco also staggered backward For a moment It looked aa U a whole row would go down like ninepins when a big man near the foot of the flight stretched out his stout nnna and stayed limo human avalanche The In dignant ones looked for tho young man that they might upon and smite him but ho had disappeared lloaton Post of Attraction The of men to woman and women to moo aro full ot tho most perplexing Inconstancies and contradictions Imaginable It II for Instance a physical law that Is not slmplo attraction of ono tiling for another but tho difference ot two opposing forces ot attraction and repulsion ot which the former U the greater Tho same law holds In relation to the attraction of men and women for each other In which aa a rule the masculine la tho superior force A Studied Explanation Will you bo able to explain your lUtltudu on tho tariff Yen answered Senator Sorghum Ill have my explanation ready when the time coined Hut Ill watt till roy constituents are Intoroatod In other thing and will carefully make It a little hard to understand Woshlna ton Btur Helpful Llt r tur What books havo helped you the serious young voman I dont roniombor their namoa an iwvrod Sorghum nut theyre Kovernmont publlcationa I am per muted to present to ray admiring co itltuonta I Ins 81nIl1ollrltJaIlmfhlmdur1t1lfrtblJJIIlr B Itt tllrw Ir 11 lr dtnl L t 1111 In ko iII r ono II In at II 1lYtf Ore o 1 see want bra a cakes 723 2t Cu LttmlfI Jrttor lil1JpliUl1J air w t Solon ii en hogs tnt all M UaUulf W w Rtof pay ou count do 1 e you i yes 7 I M Hallou W C week ur Mc Crenr yo all U ek a pie tone Ur n ous Gr co and see r wan thin woch but call ou t you stove GIII SImpson Ian an way Into 3 Yo c olTord lit rul For to h Informs on see Mrs Jacob Josep anclUlter Ky tvo Ipt I II 0 ill not cry lutdst mold S C th III lit ter f o es pick r cal loaf d ed handtune tongue vo a t supply tlC Washington and Tit ha t Ky j II wa convicted or nlawr ty detalnln a woman ngah ill wl I ent to kayo earn wi edge y her In the Clrct t Court arrard County at th one nil or I I tai sLaw asked the Nee uur I1i ss r s wrifF A pn A1c yu j iAb89 d- tVo hay e tlnnr w he at Cust agar Irus- al r Grave Helttettr RereltbfrltalR t tu raGareorlyounR et Itch Sn easgnd iu something wit nas11dRelen- We g t4enxpdeyr Hl11- E or ty ti lgit s pan ttendir Fair 1allouKGrucery y e d Jmy tint votL t stijro nil will lid will nutlia trhot L forgot he ml this yoga tarx ti ttionn CQ sa dwl tt Announcement I entity F further Drip na This good d sum er res for the you un er t uten of Spears Fl r who will talc p sure to ma comfortable d giving you a to cat It you mnortgn on rea estat will iced s the to m application Oitf Simpson as couv o volen- tary man ughter 1 th arrard- Clrct tcn tat its M rch rm 1007 will i k no Governor o ardon and all not me and the i magnetism I moat in tho fact that the donmml for Obelisk Flour is increasing rapidly Only tho Lost wheat grown is used in milling Obelisk Flour causing it to stand among puro whito whole some and healthful Hours Its fine not only in appearance but quality us well Kindly get my prices on COAL BANKS HUDSON THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROBERTS Prcst J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Til ran A nt Cishier R I Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank AT Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam whore do you buy your COAL Aha doys only ono place to buy coal Boss and data right whar I gits mine right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Deys got Rem Star Coal at ICcts an do best lOc coal you obor seen for do money doys not a clinker in it Dats right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders SUMMER RATES Atlantic City Thursday August 18 16ROUND TRIP16 I A IVIfI tN M r 1 OOOOC OC OOOOCOOC PARIS GREEN I I McRoberts Drug Store QCCOC GO pre oninont I f woooats7MoW aMMMs 1 Mwww rwrirww NEW YORK Kvery day round trip nil rail 2800 Via Norfolk and O D S Co 3000 Going Rail anti Ocean Rivet Lake and Roll 32IS returning t JII W HERES f i FOODl FOR Thought I q Sf BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York with stop overs 3735 Old Point Comfort Tuesday July 27 and Sat utility August 21 15 days 1250 Very cheap rotes to und nil Resorts on Dally Summer Tourist rates to all principal points in on sale dally Fur Information Call On Address OKO W HARNEY D P A Ticket Oillce IlieonU lintel Loxlnitton Ky LANCASTER Qolored Fair August 12 13 14 09 A Llantlo I I W 4 I 44H e4- 4I C1RDSNI U Jforroir Grntlttntb Optician OUlitft filled BKllilnctlon iuaranleed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell l nnns on low Coininlsslon Titles Abstracted Office Hour OlDce over B i m to I J I p m to 4 Stormci Drug Store F WALTJ3R DENTIST Lnncantcr KyPhone 05 M K Denny DENTIST Office over Mil Arnold Millinery H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor ruosK omco corner Lexington Bl mid Public Bqiure Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court Onico over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KUNTUCKY M Only White Barber In Town North ildu ol 1nbllc Square HR R S PRIDEwill practice Dentistry at his hump Hlohmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LOOK FOR Till HORSE SHOE and trade with our old reliable barber H M Duncan on Richmond street who Is a help to our town at all times ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Aro quickly cured by ZEMO a clean use ZEMO is the brst known for tho Instant relief and positive cure of eczema pimples and every scalp disease everywhere Write for sam pic E W Co St Louis Fcr ut McRoberts Dru Stow Ask for sample J Pliono 221 B 1 r J U S I U I JI III 1 1 DD aa lIDO DIDO 1 I 1 or cV iiJlE j ri Uermiiu I k I 1 p IISURANCE HOUSE F 6444 0000000000C j4oO OGOOOQOOO sam TIE SUArITW- JWJ ij n W D Vr rcfci i tnz ctLDai 3 FAVC TE TONIC Mitt IMITATION Ti Arwii r if i ir or- allrsrd bfV Liiiricnt foTloborts Drug Store FINK FAH31 IN IAUKAUU COUNT FOR SAM A fine lime gran farm for sale situated on new pike near Iolnt Lravell and li mile eonlhof Mrcnlvr rontitluliigiou acrvl well lovatHil lu goodntUhborhoadivliig part of tho John Walker tract with a handtome new iwnnlury leven room rvildvuce llmriiiii with all nrceiiury outbiilldliiKt antI good new barn 40iO Well failing iprlngi anti creek running through Va In band balance one reel tutored until paid renoui looking for inch place pltaio write oravo W O WALKKUStnford Ky A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF Instantly anti will curs case of or scalp destroys tho dandruff and hair It will give tho hair n rich glossy color andleave scalp clean and vIa li V Co St Louis Fur saleut Me Honor U Druu Store Ask ur sample Co c rJIJU uo I TIe cub J Irolu olalll leering rer ZEMO Itops nay Itchln lalo everywhere Wrlto tor Mm i watered eta iiuvr and two year day gig t IJiIO I I I Mi Farm and Stock When your fowls lay shelled they Mioultl bo ted a ration strung In lime For Sale- I have 000 ifjod voting cwoJ for sale Will soil any ntimher If U K Henry 8 Into the sheer business now with the tif Icnrnlntf nil he can about It will make money Wo are unit nation cutlntf more mutton every year to see A T rltiK f colts early Friday nt the Ltncaxlcr Fair They will nhow that his now process Is u good one 0 Lnltlo and Son of Harrods Creek Ky are ollerhitf a special prize of 810 for best twelve ears of Hoono County White Corn to be exhibited at tho Kentucky State Fair Tim tomatoes that ripen early In the season tire tho best always for canning The ones that ripen truer do not have as good u 11 tvor and there seems to moro acid In them hut they are al right for catsup and preserves sale of American bred Jersey cattle held by Dr II I Rodman at Creckmcro Stock Farm near Shelby vllle was a decided success Tim eighty catalogued animals dispos ed of brought a total of 0150 an average of about 114 The third annual national Jersey cattle show will he held III connection with the Shelby County Fait at Shelby vlllo August 25 A total of 1000 Is utTered In premiums which we believe Is the largest premium offered by any fair in America At present prices a ton of shipped from Minneapolis to New York Is worth Ir the latter city to 700 To bring the tamo cash about fifty tons of hay would have to be shipped so dairying makes some difference In your frlcght bills The onion crop of 1003 In Southwest Texas netted the farmers of that part of the State 81000000 according to the manager of Southern Truck Growers Association As the business Is a comparatively new thing In South western Texas the growing of promises to enrich farmers to a still greater extent The farmers who have good crops of wheat this year probably will make more money than they have for years on their wheat As a result of the re cent ruins which have greatly delay ed threshing und the call made on the elevators completely exhausting last years wheat crop It Is selling at the highest price for this time of the year that has been known since the war Ghee Is used In India as Is butter In American and European countries and In fact Is butter so prepared that It never grows stale Instances being known of Its preservation for as long as 200 years In preparing ghee according to a reent Issue of Mechanics butter Is boiled until all the watery particles and curds have been thrown oIl by re peated skimmings When tbe liquor is clear oil It Is poured Into a vessel cool When cooled It Is In agranulat ed form and will years with out becoming rancid or or had odor Qheo has been found In deserted castles where It must have been left more than two centuries ago Life 100 000 Year Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who 100000 years ago when life was In danger from wild beasts To day tim danger as shown by AW Drown of Alexander Me Is largely from deadly disease If It had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could nut have lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Its the bust medicine on earth Guaranteed by It E McRoberts Trial bottle tree lui KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates llxed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1001 as far as reported Olllcers of fairs are requested to report to us any omit sions or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY 283DAYS Lancaster Pair Col Aug 12 3 days Henderson July 27 6 days Georgetown July 27 6 lays Madlsonvllle August 3 5 days Winchester August dnvs llluo Grass Fair Lexington August days TaylorHvllle August days Unumtown August 10 6 days llarrodsburg August 11 3 days Leltchlluld August days Ilarboursvllle Aumist 18 3 Hrodheud August 18 3 lays BliophertUvllIo August 8 3 days Ewlng August 103 days Shelby vlllo August 24 5 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfurt August 31 4 days Jlardlnnburg August days Tompklnsvllle September 1 0 days tern Creek September 1 Q days Ilardatuwii September days Hodgonvllle September 7 3 days Montlcello September 7 4 days QliiBgovt September 84 days Kentucky Htate Fair Louisville September 130 days Scottsvlllo September 103 days Bedford October days Ilufoa August 60 mid 7 Terry vllle August 18 3 days t r 0 s t eggs The man whll Ito DOIIt tall Le- I The closingout I returns keep fur lived constant Pneumonia If 34 00 104 174 313 14 12 7J sot Ewe I ii tontlou inn ru I i Ifs t c i Do you 6 per cent per niiiitini one year with f iiliuini viii mini j jii t bor Including your own Dud keeping up nil repairs and replacing nil worn out inochiiurj you owe It to s your fatally and yourself to get out of the rut A manufacturing plant that docs not do this well soon goes to the wall so how can you hope to fare better Thousands of Creamery patrons in Ohio Illinois Indian Iowa Wisconsin and other states are netting 6 to 12 and 15 vcr cent on their farms by raising herds and sending their milk to the creameries If others can do this Why not you Labor Oh Cut out that nonsense If you go Into the business right you can afford to pay labor a price that will keep you in the best DC wise build up a thoroughbred herd nnd send your milk to the CRUAMIiRY WILL PAY 0 O 0f f I Itj U R Ii R the value of your alter nil In n- h If ilot nit n It- t1 0 C t r H t R k t Y V 1 dent for H 4g 0 1 0 H 1 0 0 0I 4I 1 41 1 S I 041I I a HIT pH General News Wllllnm C llorronlirothcrlnlaw of President Tuft IN to be the candidate fur the Democratic nomination for Vice Mayor of Cincinnati on the ticket headed by Alfred M Cohen A strike In every city and town In Oklahoma In support of law Involving 30000 laborers nf va rlous classes Is predicted for this week Deputy State Labor Commissioner WileyJames Starns County Surveyor and one of the bestknown citizens of Pul askl county was shut to death at his home near Woodstock In tho eastern part of the county by his sixteenyear old son Wllllum Hooth cotntnandcrlnchlcf of the Salvation Army started on of his motor car crusades through fingland lie has this tune laid nut a trip covering 14000 miles during which he President Clarence Lcllus of the Burley Tobacco Society has rented the residence of Mrs Edmonds S De London North Limestone street and will move to Lexington about 1 Mr Lcbus takes this step In order to be at the center of the Hur ley dlNirlcl as well us to be more con veniently located In regard to the headquarters at Winchester Galveston has weathered a repetl tlon of the storm of 1000 when a tidal wave surfaced the Island city taking a toll of lives counted In the thousands and property loss In the mllllonsof dollars without the loss of a single life In Galveston and a pro perty loss trivial In comparison To the sea wall alone Is attributed the- o fact that the city Is standing What appears to be u tragedy was unearthed by H I Lcacliman of Washington county wnen a dead In fanl was discovered In a well near his water from which Is used The baby had apparently been In the water for Rome time The child had been wrapped In an old sack The olllclals of that county will thoroughly Investigate the matter and make every effort to the parties responsible for the childs death A Goldon WeddIng means that man and wife jiave lived to a good old and consciiuentlv have kept healthy Tho best way to keep healthy Is to see that your II ver does Itsduty 305 days out of 365 Tho only way to do thin Is to keep JUllardd Ilerblno In the house und take It whenever your liver guts CO cents per bottle Sold by R K Multoberts 1m Booths Balm cures PILESThe pain the the discomfort ure of piles are all put to rout by Halm tho powerful eu calyptus nlntment It relieve In live minutes It cures to stay cured In u few days Its sooth properties penetrate rlnht Into the seat of the dlscano und mop all inllammatlon und distress In a very short time Anti lloothu Halm Is RO low In price that any sufferer cnn ulTord to iso It A big box costs only 25 cont unit It U an almost miraculous remedy tar scalds burns oarauhi erysipelas oo Zulus sure throat and chest chatting and of skin sores chapped hands and race It elllclent In curing skin diseases such as pimples und R E MoRobort soils Booths Halm and will recommend It Oiwn catarrh or back Juil breathe It In Complete 1IvJVQ 11 V1IQ i by will address oo September to day barn the ter stock age Inactive agony Booth antiseptic lng healing ItchIng Is UtlUijlJit the eigiithour another meetings llSCocr I Lou og highly blackheads HYOMEII4YD outfIt incluclli- iitdustur1 Having a Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debth lfor further information J E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky KDLLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Or Kings New lf R nIf H RIf lfIf U Of Well Drilling fir tcllss write I WITH Discovery FOR cOUCH8 OLDS PRICE SOc it iino Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUDLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOE OR MONEY REPUNDED R K McRobtn Drug Sore Worth a Thought Why do the Tin Plato Mills Mills Lumber Yards and Factories wo Swan Brand IVbblo anti Verlbest Rubber Why do they not use their own Manufacture Simply be cause they know ready will last longer cheaper In price and less expense to lay for price anti samples W W WITHERS 2M E Main st Lexington Ky BLUEGRASS FARM FOR SALE executor ol the will 111 Mn Emma 0 flrejory Iscemed I will njr TUESDAY Auqrsr mil now it 10 oclock am 011 Jnepremlivi otTer for milo to the Iilgheit bidder the iplen did Bliiiflraie Far situated ou the call side Fall lIck iif Iancait r Turnpike livelI aud 4 iJiii ci und ouly m tnllei to rail road station TUIe farm SI8JI acree ibe entire front facet on a good and li trftctlj level the remainder lays well It hue a good 9 room brick aud frame reildeuce J good barns boilde titblce and crib tunuant bound and all other liece rjr oulbulldlrici It li bountifully nlplllet wltb water from I never failing iprlii mid good pond Title year It li In cul tivation aefullowi on acre In wheat about In clover 111 corn 9 acre In tobacco ill 111 clover inva In bearing orchard and the re mainder In bluugran This farm iltuatod In the heart of larrard County famoui farming district and welt and suitably located for any kind ol farming desired Taking all fvcm In conildera thou this U one of the most desirable farm lo be fonud ThU lace will bo offered for isle lu two Klrkt the tract lying oq tliq Miiltli tide ol the county road including the ilwelllug anti contululiiK nboul IX acrri will bo utTered flriti then tract on the op incite of the said ro l containing about IIS acre will be utTered oil the tutu llvldlug those tract ltto be center of the sail county the acl acreage In each entire farm in W will bu offered and the or trlJfliu the moil money will be accepted m one dvilrlng to m the farmer other Information will call ou the uudvrognvil TKHJIHi Three iiolci wlli approyvd iccurlty InheglvHion the day of mile each for the amount of onethird of the purchaie rlcw due and payable January lit iviu January lit lull and January lit IVU respectively A lieu lo be retained on the laud to nicure the puynieute anil lnturvt fluid note to hear Intcrvii ut a per cent per auum from January lit IVIO at which lime deed will be roaito on thu payment of sail note due at that titus and ponomlon glyvu except feeding prlvllcgve given this fall Sale lien I in prompt at looclock W fOIIAMI Kseeutor T I Kngllih And Ialul Ilck Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The that cause skin diseases must be drawn to surface o and destroyed for external use will do will permanently euro form of Ior vale everywhere Write for lam pie Louia For sale ut MulUujfW I u Mills the Metal tile SllIl1ltle al large A a Lest I itO mile clUlerKellllk Cloo to Ichoolilod church con situ l so ollh Macro I I way flu lid u nl bll a ertain Then the I b I i It Y lies E CoSt Dru Store I I I I 4 b I jl S of the mile from Srm like t acre ii sown acre ace theo vU road tract to by survey bids wishi rite of tlieu hole the akin this anti W THE REAL DEMAND REDUCE THE PRESENT hIGH COOT OF LIVING Duties on Necestltlei Mutt Be Low ered Appreciably Republican Party Now n Ever the Ally of Monopoly It tins boon estimated by exports Unit tho cost living linn advanced about 10 ior cent silica the DltiRloy tariff law went Into effect It must bo mlmlttcd too that the standard of lIving linn risen Roniowhnt In tho iminu iiurlod It will also bo admit ted that n n country tirospuri Us standard of living should advance CoinfortB rocrcntlon and oven lux should boar a direct rotation to Incomes In n wholesome civilization lint under recent conditions tho cost of living has advanced BO rapid ly that tho poor and those of moderate means have hail to cconomlto rather than their scheme of living While those who have prospered moat have enlarged their expenditures ac cordingly tho greater proportion of tho population hOB found the margin between necessary coat of living and the slightly Increased yearly In come much smaller than was the mar gin between tho smaller Income of tho past antI tho lower cost of living attending that Income It Iii this decreased margin that hiss amused the country and made Insist ont a demand for such an arrange went of tho tariff as will bring about a foreign competition that will act as n wholesome check against the ox actions of the Interests now CUll trol through monopolies or quasi monopolies tho necessities of life No party has over been strong enough to resist such a demand when It has once become a national volco And no party over will bo strong enough to stand out against such a rlehteoua appeal In one form or an other every revolution of great pro portions has been based on defiance of tho popular demand for popular equity When n party or parties Ig flora such conditions as now exist In this country they will bo swept aside by now parties If necessary and a now order will be established In some way The government of tho United States Is so founded that there Is danger of violent outbreaks against oppression Hut tho desired result will be achieved Members of con gress nlay believe the rich men who control the Iron business tho oil business the sugar business the moat business tho wool business the cotton business and practically all other lines of business supplying the unavoidable wants of the people are more Important than the people who make a market for tho products of these enterprises but there will come a reckoning for some of these woo and the parties they represent It the country Is betrayed by tho present congress If the duties on ne cessities are not lowered to such an extent as appreciably to reduce tho cost of living business will not be permitted to enter Into another long period of passivity under high protec then The agitation of the tariff question Is going to continue uninterruptedly until tho cost of living Is substan tially reduced Kansas City Star Appeal to Selfishness Sugar Is one of the sacred idols of tho protection crowd It yields a largo share of government tariff roy enues Hut It IB possible to retain these revenues under a scientific re adjustment of the sugar schedule that would benefit consumers while slightly reducing the trusts profits Aldrich craftily parties this threat ened blow nt the trust by picturing tho woes that would come to beet of tho west and south by tamper ing too much with the sugar schedule It Is tho same old story of playing one selfish group of Interests against an other And tho trust comes out with flying colors as usual Little Hope for Economy President Tofts temporary revival In Washington of tho obsolete word economy In his scheme of govern mont expenditures Is as unpopular among tho logrollem In congress as It Is likely to be shortlived From tho way things ore going In tho extra sos It Is evident that as long us the Republicans control the congress fed eral taxation will not be limited to the needs of the government economically administered The Sugar Gouge Even If tho American Sugar company wore a good trust a philanthropic trust giving half of Hi profits to should nqt bo permitted by law to extract enormous profits from the American consumer anti train the treasury Tho high du and excessive prlvlllgos granted the sugar trust In tIm punting bill aro from any standpoint unwarrantable and Indefensible Washington Iost German Superior It Is claimed that the 11Inch guns nt which the now German battleships will have a main armament of ifl each have such groat power and en durance an to bo equal or oven su parlor to the 12Inch guns of other nA tions and that the 11lnoh guns of the now ships bo more than equal to tho ton 12Inch guna of the Ilrltlah Dreadnought Lacks the Essential BlmkoHpenrot How poor are they that have no patience Must Dwell In Soft Places The thrush catches such worms n rashly show themselves above ground but an ancient ancestor of tho snipe found that It It followed them Into marshy lands It could probe the soft ground and drag thom out of their chambers For this operation It ias now a bill throe Inches long straight thin antI sensitive at the tip a beau tiful Instrument but good for no pur poia except extracting worms from soft ground If frost or draught hardens tho ground thu snipe must starve or trawl Strand Magazine of that little farmers lion charityit ties Gun T uric lie thut Refining 6 will A MiLKiNG SONG r j1- IKitiINji4AUINJT O IIOHH co to hoist llrnr Motile call tho tews- Blops to 1leh ft nt tho edges of croft Then rtiiuiiiM tier ntlfl- enllln Co lxw low ant rod they Co bout roma ceinnl oo- llOMt Not nun will lift her lirnil Tho Columbian li swinging In UN frock Ant the mullein makes n shadoW as any al brows tall boast daisy thiS enstwk Co bom saw Oo bow ro coma Thin nlgtitnlmdci climb hut At MM iitfe horn lniith the Ami Molly lover nt till burs not n muiul stlllnnss mars Hut song of whlpporwlll flaked Cream To many this sounds Impossible and It iloou savor of tho wild attempt nl novelty with which most of us have little patience Hut for tho curious It Is hero sot down as within tho pos sibilities It dono exactly as directed Use a thin slice of any good pastry Hollow out tho center Meanwhile heat together the yolk of an egg and two ounoOn of loaf sugar to n cream flavor with vanilla and add In tho ntlffly whipped of throe eggs 1laco In tho cake a pint of any frozen cream or Ice cover complelly with tho egg mixture smooth with a knife garnish with glace fruit dust with sugar and bake three or tour minutes In n rco oven Servo at onco Tho success of this depend upon the stiff ness of tho Ice the quickness with which It la mode and tho heat of tho oven Servo Immediately Vegetarian fleet Chop finely a half pint of any mixed nuts Roll until powdered Add a cup of boiled hominy two tablespoons brood crumbs n dash of chopped pars lOT a hardboiled egg diced and salt to taste Mix together adding n raw egg to make It the right consistency to roll Into shape Place In a buttoned pan and bake Serve hot with a sauce mink of the yolk of an egg and a tablonpoon butter a teaspoon vinegar and a little hot water Set the sauce In a pan and boot with on until It thickens This taste very much like meat and I an excellent substi tute the nuts oftonllnti plenty of pro win ECHO THAT BEAT THEM ALL Man That Told of It Had Not Far Out Surely Could Go Some Echoes remarked tho Great TraY eler are queer things Theyre queer for two reason thulr cause and thus vast difference In their sounds lei enco ha explained why there art echoes but It cant tell why one should reverberate with tone In response to a ihrlll tenor yell while another reverses this or responds naturallyI youve hcurd a number o echoes said thu titan whoso furthest trip front homo was a distance of ny miles Hither I recall one In Switzer land the echo rolled for Just toni seconds no more no Ion Thun theres one In the Iyrronoca that Jumps nix tlmcc first loud and harsh then low nnd soft then loud again and so on Theres one In tho west ern part of Germany that holds a lull sentence of seven words before re leasing a sound thus rivaling a cer echo In Afghanistan which doesnt repeat until a minute and a half have elapsed Id like to Union to a few of suggested tho homostaying man with a suspicion of distrust In tho tones of his voice Of course you would rot onded the traveler Theres nothing In tho world like a good echo Youre right said tho other I aint never been but n few miles frum hum but Ive hoerd one of the strangest echoes that can bo Heats any of yours all to shucks Up In tho little range of hllln 20 miles yonder Is a ravine It you stand at one end of that ravine an yell Jones what echo sposoll come I have no Idea said tho traveler Well sir It says kind o question In like Jones What Jones TM After all mused tho great Its hard to stump a homebody Reward of Honesty One day recently a teacher In Hoi ton school picked up In tho street a chamois bag and peering Inside saw some diamonds Advertisements of the loss of 1000 worth of dia monds led tho school touchier to the residence of the owner the wife of a down town merchant Incidentally a reward was offered but tho woman who found them Is of character too high to nmku a reward a thing to bo considered In such a cose She carried the diamonds to tho woman who had lost them and the latter seized them with all tho joy that a woman could possibly show on tho recovery of her jewels Mid now said the woman you shall have a reward of 10 If you take It out In trade In ray husbands shop Thu school teacher sense of humor prevented her from showing any gust anti she told the owner that she could not think of taking a reward for common honesty and was only too glad to find the owner During tho conversation the woman was counting the diamonds and she suddenly broke out wUhl One of Is missing One of thom Is missing What ore you going to do about that The best I can du about that ro piled tho school teacher Is to wish that more wore missing day Cleveland Iroaa It rom the Ice whites eggbeater fJttJIJ d Traveled bOil Jones traveler tell- Ing thorn Qoi late alto boa tars Ant the tam ace pefl I tt Mouse Graded Cominoii School Htcction Notice ilnturd County toiitl tlrRulnr Term nth UK Court met to mljohtn mom and tho lollnulu procrHlnii were hmt Ifflent lion A Vent K f MiiWhof IT ind olboM nil Iftltlon to nblhli a drilled Comimiti School In Tern torr In toiiinl tin vlllmo of Mnnn Out run County Kentucky A Mrlllt petition luring beets filed In office ol the tUmuil County on April li nice iltnnl ly K C MoWliorter J II T f It I Arnold I II 1aris Doty Jr lIven TimId V B Wooili Walker tbile lravtV V Weil J Waile Wilkcr Jiffy Hindu Win Myi J II Wooli H K lltriiton snit K II Walkermore than in lc l wlilt voter mil uipnyrri III the illttr Idol the pto owt Urnled Common Helieol Juilm ol the Our cart County Court to riulillili i drided Com thou school lii it territory to be mrrid upon by mi t tiettmn the Judge nlil Court ami the lil mined petitioner Ih silo ot the sail elmol imnitil In the mlit pellllon to be upon iol Und now owned lit K C MeWhorler which It Uelnc upon the Unciiter ud Klchmom turnpike Just op oilt the Church and which li heat III ol Mime lirrird County Kentucky The sail petition hiylux been ip In wrlllnK oti saul tltlon IIY Millie li Smith fluwrlnletidcnl of Common Hchoolt oKUturd County KeiitLCky iml the Trrfi Common Bclivul IHntrlcti rant County Kentucky ol which ro oicd trailed common school will compose either the whole or oUfrl having ilgned approved In wrltlur oil itt K lltloii ii lcotuehU In wrllUstt on ll lion for tho viUbtlihinent untie eald prupox Common Hi Rol n follows J IitunthoeTruiUiof Jimei A To4 01 IMitrlct No I KF 1arioniTrnlUlnof o W W WcilTrtiilieol No IJ Nelion Miy Trustee ol Illitrlet No l It 0 lloaln tee ol Dlilllct No 4t and tin said Hlllton li tln been preiunlril In the judge ol the liar rant County Conn on MoniUy April wh nil noted ol record upon his ld due lno n Court nine being rcmil r term ol the In rand County Court iwiltlon iml ciuiewiicoutltiu and tear ing until the tegular May term ol the Cunri lowll May situ l v ami Dili hating ben contluutil lor hiarlug aud lor heating ou May nib uSes and upon the taM late came Jams A ToditTrtiitee ol Com man School IHilrlel No I ol which the said Iraddl Comuion School Putrid will compote tit whole or pan and atked ermliilon ol the Court to withdraw liU consent and have hit name the elltlon coiiienl ins to the tabllibmeut ol the propoud Oral td Common School to which the lllloneri objected and the Court being nUltid sustain objection ol the p tUloueri lher UiOn L l Walker Attorney for A II KmlJie K U Wixxli and other legal while Caters III the proposed Dradrd Common School Ulilrlcl aiid muted the couil to deny the loughl lupclllloDvri application herein because the same wn not flgned by the ol CoumouHcbooUolUatrard County Mlttl U Smith In vr ou but was ilgued by Jennie Illfllui who authorised to act and was acting lor anti In behalf ol the np rluuudni ol Iubllc Hcbooli laid Hmllh who was tern porarily tutu county cud the court being adtliod overruled the salt motion ant the tllou thereupon being submitted to lbs Couil the pleading sod eihlbli and the Court being advised hereby grant the In salt petition and It li hereby ordored and adjudged by the court that boundary b laid OR fur the uld ropo ed Com mou Hehool district suit pole b opened and an elevtlou be held by lh ibnIlT ol OarraM County Kentucky upon the pro oililon ol Inking the ictite and with o the legal white votenln thw Sanitary ol the prox l Com mon School lililrlcl whether or not they will tots au annual tax ofA Cattle upon each otis bundled dollars woith ol attvited taxable property belonging to the while legal voters and corporation sod a poll tax ol 1100 on mule liih blt ut o er II years ol In the said d district lor tne jar dialing lUliabl grouudi erecting tulld building and tualutaliilng and Operalliiglald school aua buying html lure and b nrce iary and lor the eif IloyinetiteTud payment 01 the over lary lo r hduci said school The boi the district ol the silt Uladeil Coinipon School at agreed upon by acid Judge County Court petitioner herein named a lollow llrglnulng wlththe lamt ol U W Murphy excluding suit Jlurphylhenee lo Ue- Uailluiau Including said Uaillueau thence to thence Including Mary K- Kvmirei theiico Including U K larsen thence Including II C lloalu thence exclnd lug Tho Irveii and Oeo dreen thence In eluding Itobl lloaln Ihcucn Including Mr Fanny Oretin thence Including drantllle Clark thence excluding John Crvvch thence Kxcludlng Adrian Metcall thence Including Klla Binllb thence Including lary A Hot thcuce including Win Hluwu thence exclud lug V I Italilou thence excluding Mr hen nie llaker thence Including John Wiley Ilience excluding llobl Champ Ibence III eluding Mobcrly thence excluding Jamei Champ theuce excluding James Uuynu Ibence Including It O Uuynn lh uce Including K I Woods thence trout Wood 10 Ibo centre ol faint Lick Creek I aim llck Creek with It meander Including all the village ol Ialnt thuUarrard County lo M KKoti land thtttico with M lug Iton and with the ild creek lo the nioulh ol llvnderion branch thvnce up llendenon branch slid with Iton line and continuing with branch until lleailey colored Ibencu leaving the branch and run ning with the owell and Bpoouvllle like and following said pike to the land ol Mr Hpur lock thence excluding tbe land ol Mr Barah dpurlock and Including Hlannll ami Ialrlck theuce Including A I Uavell tunic Inclnd Ing Mrt John llardln thence Including the laud ol llarlet Hebailaln thence Including W V Jaillneau Stony 1olut School house being excluded thenco Including Win 111 ii excluding John Ulgglubothanit Including Urn lion thence excluding James lliiinildyi thonco exclud ing C Morgan excluding Hamp Archer tpeuceexoludai thunce In eluding Including K II Walker Ihcnce excluding Mcljncty- U I t I aol ex Judlug OnV Murpjiy to this beginning 1 suit al dliheme U tbe aid boundary lo ex Includi injlrwol the land ol the Iwundary ol the herein h n will be Includ t l r diuori utile from the prupoivd ills lliu boundary uanivd herein being this outside boundary ol this suit dli within the said boundary lo be the said draded Common School Ulilrlcl and to Include all legal while voter sad this it iviiable property of Ihu same together with that ol ell corporation Inoludtd In the said boundary II U further adjudged by the said Court Ihul the Hhuillt of darnrd County Ken luoky will cause a poll to bu opentd and in election hell vrllhln the district end IMIUII d ry t l herein it which election all legal white voter within tald boundary UJKIII the propoiltlou set out herein In thl order said vl vllon to be b ld on SATURDAY JULY Slit lnv antI at Ibe tame titus that them shall bo elect ed lire traitor for said draded School it provided by law nl which lime and place all legal white voter ovens til ol ige will be untitled to vote Ordered court adjourn A l Ford J A true copy attest I A PoSy Clerk 1 0 0 Notice ol this above order I hereby given and the poll will be opened at directed by said order sail Pursuant tu same 0 A A Qarrard County1 PI II the Court lank spill nI sit J 0 0 of the aol llhrle rub lerlan till iceS Ollha 0 iar I net I Not I No IJ trill Tnt J a aud the exceptions cause sillier loOt Ihu said roll said Ia a each bile POI lulllDeul teac ore nIII UauaS John Ire thence Lick includ oppoitu II Ibo IIII II lie 8 thence with 0 II ru u mile suit a hllll no to Ia iiaine wit it f4 ou Com mOil 0 O 0 1111111110 hay I the situ 5 alt itlstrlct aklii lie of nets travel sail di and sail ititoil School hitrict astue liatlet InC said for sail set stnicketi front was the upon relief sought w ags suCh 9lnay said beta j5lte of toe an lii Tankeraly said iowc sill oci side K Ito said leo hum ttnico LuSh Ut Islet two salt Suet scid sli 5 Iii year Sheriff lVltUh