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TIIE CENTRAL RECORDvxTAiimnmy DMWGIIACY AND OOOD GOVERNMENT XWMHTtMTH VAM LANCASTER FKIDAY AUGUST 0 1009 I lUJm It1L101ON Nfl M csvtrs lttt tYtt r 4 7 n7 d 3 d t i ICY m cax WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs TanksA Let us make ou prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing JOIN BROTHERS 3Jtt nttc3Jttc3Jttc3Jtt Etc h h I tniexJet ca Y dho Itrm of Robinson ft Skinner of Marcollus has dissolved partnership Chautauqua Tho Chautauqua which was adver tised to begin here Tuesday did not houln until Thursday There was a misunderstanding about tho engage meat but It will not effect tho attend onco as the program will bo carried out Just the samo except It will ho two day late Gay JameR Gay died of heart disease at his homo on Wednesday July 28th near Illattnvlllo The burial took pluco In the Lancaster cemetery Thursday The deceased Is survived by a wife and three grown sons Examinations Tho examinations for white teach ers will ho held In tho onioe of the Jaunty Superintendent 20th and 2lst arid teachers Normal rlll bo held bfi August 20th mid 21stf All applicants for certifi cotes In tho July examinations passed and made creditable grades oa their certificates County Superintendent Good We clip tho following from tho Ie COS Texas Times J II Jennings manager of tho Dry Goods department of tho Pcccs Mer cantile Co left for the Eastern and Northern markets Saturday Ho will bo gone ono month during which time ho will visit with his mother in Lan caster Ky livery body In tho community was glad to see Brad again and hope ho will bo able to stay longer on his return trip from New York To be manager In a company like the Pecos Meruntllo Co Is certainly a compll ment worth noting and his many friends wish him more success Frank Arnold Colored On last Saturday Frank Arnold one of thu most highly respected colored men In tho county died suddenly at his homo near Hyattsvllle Tho fun took place Monday and the burial followed In Lancaster colored ceme tery Quito a sad coincident occured after i the death for when Dr Johnson was 5 sent to the telegraph office with a message from Uncle Franks family to J hlq llfo long friend In Cincinnati tell ft Ing him of this sudden death 3 graph operator was Justtaklng 3 Kage trout tho wires to Arnolds family announcing tho sudden death of this X bo blessed If all J I the colored population were as good as 1 Uncle Frank Jho well known general unercluua tt it use fo cub d and 28 It ho examl- lIatlon e to the State Mad tele ames CincinnatiI AuguMJ27tb u Sppohntr I f era the One Hundred Fifty ODDS and ENDS In Mens and Youths SUITS 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 the great est bargain ever offered in Lan caster Reduction also in our entire CLOTHING DEPARTMENT I illtl t J J H T Logan t wnrurr J 4 A GREAT SUCCESS Tho Garrnrd County Fair Attended 0 Large Crowds Splendid Show Of Stock Superb Music Tho reputation of Garrard for holding n ftuc ssful stock fair wn lairs limn sustained last week an tho ovcnt wilt b long remembered b tho great of people who On the the attendant wax rather small but this Is alway tho case at county fairs Wednesday however brought to tho grounds tin largest number of people over seen tin tho local grounds tho attendance be hIll estimated at from 4000 to 4600 It has been truthfully said that a lair at Lancasteriwlll break tho most severe drouth and notwithstanding tho fact that wtf have been having rains all flood gates were opened early Friday morning and a regular fell all the forenoon This to dwindle the attendance out duo considera tion tho management decided to pro coed with tho exhibition The show of stock was far superior to that of previous meetings stock from many distant points contesting Persons who know what they are talking about tell TUB Rpcono that better class of animals was never before shown In this section ot the State especially In the mule classes Every ring was well tilled and tho judges were put to their wits end to decide where the ribbons should be placed A pleasing feature of the show was tile fact that there was no objection raised to any of the decisions all exhibitors and even spectators being satisfied With such an array of fine animals it Is generally Impossible to please everybody and we make this note of satisfaction to prove tbo fact that tho one judge Idea is a success The amusement features were clean and good there being absolutely notb lOll objectionable In the lot The faklraud skingame men were con spicuous by their absence and TIIK Racoon desires to add Its thanks to those of tho public for the good of the oOlcersJn prohibiting this great nuisance Another feature to be praised is the foresight of the officers In supplying Euillclcnt teams to get the crowds to and from the grounds Heretofore much Inconven lence has been caused by lack of trans portutlun facilities but this year there were plenty of good wagons and teams at hand Our are likewise verygratef to LYfc N officials for running the special trains These brought many people beje who could not hue come otherwise and the kindness of tho railroad people will never bo forgotten The music at tho Lancaster fairs has always been made special feature and the olllcers have always tried to get the very best band to bo obtained Some of the bestknown bands In have played hero in recent years and have always given satisfac tion but this year they secured the celebrated Michaels band of Coving ton and the people were simply card ed away by the elegant class of music furnished The program published was carried out to the letter and Prof Michaels was very generous In respond log to the great applause of each sum ber playing popular airs as enchores It Is only this year that Michael has played at the country fairs his men being engaged with work in tho larger cities lIe has decided however to make the fairs a special feature of his work next year and Is already booking engagements for the circuit In Ken tucky Ho has at his command an un limited number of tho best In Cincinnati and Covlngton and Is prepared to furnish an Instrumenta tion capable of handling the heaviest of classical music Everyone here said they had never heard better music than that of last week and without boasting we will say that there are people In section who know what good music lslf you please It Is not generally known by tho pub IIC but playing la a brass band Is hard work and when a man has dune this all day he Is just about worn out at night but Michaels and his men wore always ready and glad to play and kept the crowd happy all tho time Ills dunce orchestra Is playing this summer Springs and those who have had the pleasure of visiting this famous resort say they have never heard hotter music There wore visitors from all over the State and many from distant cities and all went home Hinging praises of the hospitality of our people NOTES President J Y Robinson with his excellent Judgement was ready at all times to hand out opluons which when follmvpd wore sure to lead to success Secretary Etkln again proved the tact that ho U every Inch and no small number a secretary among secretaries Ho with tho able assist ince of Ueo Harris and Skinny Qulloy had every detail correct and thero was not the slightest hitch In the work from start to finish The d Inner wu by the associa tion tills and certainly was a tine ono The old turn triad chicken and many other substantiate were greatly enjoyed Under the able supervision of Messrs J A Ileazloy and Joe 3 Hasolden the crowds wero woll cared for and all served promptly and satis The association wU lose on the dinners of course but county crowds Ilrat day the a Judgment ople Cincinnati musicians lit FIIUII served year J attended sUmmer frog strsugier s after contest- Ing the this that money y a i the onicors were determined to give tho people a good dinner and were loudly praised for their progressive ness The ono Judge system proved most satisfactory and If we can always havo as good ones as T M Wilson of Cave City John Dolan of Lexington Henry Caywood of North Middletown and L W Hudson of Atlanta Ga we will always use It because they gave entire satisfaction Genial Mat Cohen wu on hand with a nice string As wo heard a fellow say If theres anything at all In a horse Mat Cohen will get It out Ho captured many blue strings Hud Janice who has been In fair rings slnco tho memory of man run neth not to the contrary way on hand and first money In many ringsGood natured Bob Walker with his smile that wont come oft was there with a bunch of Rood ones Win or lose Dub smiles and retains that good humor which has won for him so many friends Another popular horseman In the ring was Mack Hughes of Danville Mack known how to show em to the best advantage Billy Burtons horses made nice shows and all his friends were sorry that the accident occurcd which Pharaoh from winning the big roadster ring He certainly has a good one In his three year old Walter Walkers horse attracted much attention and after the show he refused 3300 for him Edna May together with other horses belonging to Mrs Lownes of Danvlllo wore many blue tlea from the ring John Smiley and Clarence Harris of Lexington and E T Doty of Madison had many entries and got their share of the largo purses offered The mules shown here would not be outclassed In any show in the state the rings were full end all were good ones but according to the lodges de cisions which were satisfactory to all Harris Woods and Baugbman of Lincoln and Mr of Nolln Ky had the best ones Much sympathy was expressed to Prof Thompson the aeronaut when through the carelessness of some of his employees his Immense balloon caught on It left the ground on the tint afternoon burning about 200 yards of the canvas Prof Thompson proved to be as good as his word bow ever and after working day and night with two macblnesbesucceded In It In shape for an ascension Fri day Knowing tbqt we had advertis ed It so well and that people had come many miles to see It be tried his best Friday afternoon and 2500 persons wit nessed the most perfect ascension ever made In this part of Kentucky The dance given by tbe young men at Armory Hall Friday evening was a most enjoyable affair In every respect Society was on hand In full force many visitors from neighboring towns being present Michaels superb orchestra furnished Inspiring music and the light fantastic was tripped until tho wee small hours The boys were untiring In their efforts to enter rain the visitors and the event will linger long in the memory of those who attended THOUGHTS Suggested By The Death Of Mre Elizabeth Leevell Doly Death tbe reaper Is gathering In tbe sheaves at tbls harvest season and nothing that Is buman Is spared by his sweeping scythe A wife and mother has now fallen to rise again In that perfect day whore tbere la no night and where there are no tears and no lamentlngs The death of a good wife Is like cutting down the oak that has shaded the home from tbe glare of thn worlds cares and vicissi tudes She makes the trials of life rest easily and Infuses sweetness Into both cloud and sunshine She Is to her chosen companion his best friend In adversity the careful preserver of his comfort the kindest attendant In sickness a faithful adviser In distress a solace in affliction And when her devoted bead lies low tbe tender memories that cluster about her are as a benldlotion to him who mourns Who can estimate tbe loss of a mother She has laid her burdens down but her lessons shell linger In the hearts of her children She hoe watched over them with untiring de votion enduring their waywardness forgiving their tailings enjoying tbelr pleasures She has them wise council and offered up for them her earnest prayers till as they have gone torte to battle with the temptations of they must surely have felt that a true mothers heart la the best and noblest of heavens gifts that no friendship la so pure and that no error can bo so great as to destroy ber won derous love It never changes never grows weary How true the thought that there Is no velvet so sott as a mothers lapi no rose so lovely as her smile no so flowery as rise one her footstep nave Few of us have reached the marl dlan of life without a loss Ilko this Hut tile departed one has left us the fondest recollections and the hope of an eternal reunion among rise ran sowed ones ot earth And so as we alone and Rue up to the starry heaven we can In Imagination catch a glimpse of the angels around the great white throne and among rise brightest and fairest of them all Is our sweet mother ever beckoning us on word and upward to her celestial porno K P Potts fire as getting sit prevented do gives life MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS tm y ITGYIIYIIVGI YIYIIYGIYI1IGI14tototoi 0tt101 o tMtovatot 1 You will see something new in FARM WAGONS HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky v H tt ra m Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickory I i I n IJI I i S Z t S e f Old i 1 i P Px fGDGq WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky H r i 3000 Exhibit Among tbe hen attractions at the fair was the enormous exhibit of Haselden Bros wholesale and retail hardware merchants ot our city who report a large business during the fair The exhibit was of the who rep resented the their names and who white hats and ribbons them while out of tbe which covered Jobn Wood nd T W Carr Louis vllle Wire Fence Co W 0 McMillan Now Albany Ind International Corn King Spreader J 0 Carlton Sonora Ky Ideal Hemp Cutters of the Harvest Co James L Gardener State Agent Int Harvest B Barr Wllmore Ky Haganus Engine Co of Winchester Ky mvls Mohan liar rodburg Ky and Enter prise buggies Snooks Cincin nati Ohio Roofing J Orrey Ky Murry Tobacco Duster Co James L Totton Stanford Ky Superior Drill Co Wm Yeager Louisville Ky Fisher Loaf Co L K Minor Gen Man ager Fisher Leaf Co Mfg btoyes- Nolle Oily Taxpayer Your City taxes are due the first day of March Wattf works don bo we need the I do not see me at my ofllce In Pollco court room from 0 oclock to 10 a in Come and your taxes L K liar Marshal t und following en article allowing wo t distluif lib spa lour nt 1800 tee Ky Int national Co m II berold COIL MayQeld sin bon d e coon t eolt them w nd Ion 2 the supervision square Adrian i Ka man J3 c will lose The Graded Common School election at Manse last Saturday resulted In tbe defeat of tbe new school by 03 votes Improving Eleotrle Light Syatem i The Electric Light Company begun putting In new poles and wires through tbe city to take place of old ones which were condemned by the Insurance companies The Camp Meeting at Allceton Ky on the L N R R midway between Lebanon and Junction Olty begins Aug 6th and continues ten diys Noted Evangelists are engaged for the meeting and good results are expected Danville Fair We bad the pleasure Tuesday of us Ing the ticket given us by Capt I M Dunn to the Danville Fair Tbero has always been a complaint about the first days attendance at county fairs but throe folks had no room to kick for they bad an extra crowd for the first day and a handsome show of stock wore pulled off with sue cess tbe beat time of Tuesdays Trot ting race being 8171 for tbe first host which was made by Cecils horse 8t Peter For Sale I haye GOO good young owes for Will sell any number T- tf R E Hoary SAlt F are for gentle taate The Power Oro trlbltors I i I f 1 jJ sale c- I drub it thrls Ky I 1 l has do i Thoraces 1 i Ewes i leery Wholesale ills itt 1Ij CENTRAL RECORD tlHUEn WKKKLY tlwA S HUGHES EdrPubr I el t Pott OJIt i xmMilcr AVrMS- fCintlCltin Met llalltr Member Ky Primus Asioelatlon Eighth District Publlnheri LIRQUO Lancaster Ky August 6 1909 I Unto For Polities Announocmnnti For 1rtclnct mid City Olllces 1 1500 fur County Olllces 1000 For State and District Oillccs 1600 For Calls per line 10 Fur Cards per lino 10 For nit publications In the Inter cst of IndlvldualA or expression of Individual views per line 10 Otiltunrles per linn Of H Ian Bill e tit 1 end u Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M 0 Saufley For Commonwealth Attoruey Chas A Hard IK Fur State Senator It Hubble For Representative J O Bogle 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 Goo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nlofllgglni For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT Republican party of Uarrard county am nomi nee for County Attorney and will np predate your support D The editors of all papers In Ken tucky and their wives have been In vited by the management to be quests atthe big Blue Grass Fair at on Friday August 13th The Fair opens on the ninth if continues throughout tho week The editors are given to understand that they will be welcome any that may choose to attend but special will be devoted to them on Friday which will be known as Kentucky Press Day After the November election it Jason Wesley the Republi can nominee for State Senator He Took his medicine like a man Senator Hubble Is sure to win as every Democratic nominee In this county and the Judicial district also The many friends i f our townsman Homer W Batson were glad to that Governor Wilson named him t till the vacancy on the Jefferson Common Pleas bench caused by death of Judge Emmet Field Thefalluro of ho republican party to keep Its pledge In reference to tar iff reduction will surely It In 1012 If the effects of the bill are kept beforethe public Forty years ago tomorrow August 7thi1870 the sun was totally eclipsed an event that will be remembered by many people jfcBorni tothe v lfojr Jetf nlngs a fine boy Mr and Mrs 0 S Roop are very Blck at this writing Mr Henry Brewer of Hamilton 0 Is visiting home folks Rev Paltnete tilled his regular op polhtmcnt here Sunday Roy Comes begun a meeting at Level Green night Miss Haggle Carter was the guest of her cousins Misses Lula and Opal Robinson some ago has returped home iMUs Sarah Lunsford who has been visiting relatives tit tula place has to her home at Burning springs Plague Spots lie in the low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac the breeding grounds of malaria germs These get ins cause dull fever and ague biliousness Jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility and bring Buffering or death to thousands yearly Hut Klec trio outers never tall to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are the best tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M James of Louellen 8 0 They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Wood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try thorn 60c Guaranteed by U E McRobert lui Exoslls All Qthefi Mr Jurdy Lowry Wllmore Ky iJ cured wane very sick with your Uourhw Poultry Cure and And It to bo poultry rc nicdy J brava ever For Salo by J R MQuntUo I TOthe bllcan attention the 13th be said of f bear the defeat to Saturday returned 11 eas chickens y r s d d e i t y L Lexington Augustant the wl to I i p4 1J t I i3 1 t If CARTJRSVILLL Mr Milt t 1 l callerm u Waehln tons t ull round t sj k 1 lreat used l l S d Doty On iturtlay cVfinlng July M attar nn Illinwi of several weeks Klltibalu Lonroll Doty passed Into eternal rest She hart teen In falling health fW sovernl monllis yet with clmraclcrlnl 10 fortltudoshokoptiiptiiieumplftliiltig ly till only two weeks ago then In 11 dy lug condition slia was forced to take liar bed Slimo that time silo Inns ling ered between life mid drnth with but the falnttst hope of recovnry III life she burn her burdens bravely and when the end ague shin litHl trwm down forever to llnd In death n nw et relief fur she was ready to depart and tio with Christ Kllziibolh Leavell Duty daughter of Jno Y Leavcll and Janlo Gordon Duly win born August 3d 1810 On June 13 1807 slm wu united In marriage to J A Doty who with seven children E G Doty mid Mrs J B Jennings of Pecoa Texas William Jutile Mary Alex if place survives her the three eldest children Sabrltt John timid Lewis having been called home before Immediate family Mrs Doty Is survived by her aged father J Y Leavcll In his 03rd year four ulsters Mrs Armstrong of Frank fort Ky Mrs Bugle of Edlnburg Ind Mrs John Francis and Miss Hello Leavell of Lancaster and three brothers J Y Leavell of Pecos Texas Walker Leavell arid A D Leavell of Lancaster and two grandsons In 1876 Mr and Mrs J A Duty were converted under the preaching of the late Dr J L McKee and Christ In the old Presbyterian church which occupied the site of tho present Methodlstchurch Since that time Mrs Doty has been a zealous Christian shedding abroad the sweet Influence of a chrlstllko character The funeral services were conduct ed by Dr E M Green of Danville chaplain of the Confederate army and lifelong friend of the family at the Presbyterian church Monday August 2 The veterans of the Confederacy composed tho honorary pallbearers marching In behind the family Following came the members of local chapter D 0 who each carrying a spray of white roses marched single file and placed It on tho casket us a tribute to the services of her who had been the first President and an ofllcer slate Its organization of their body After Dr Greens words of comfort gathered from lima eleventh Chapter of John the remains were carried to the the Lancaster Cemetery by the hands of sympathetic friends and comrades When the casket had been gently low Bred Into the bosom of Mother Earth each Daughter of the Confederacy stepped forward and cast In the open grave a sprig of the emblematic ever green May the God if all Mercy pour the oil of compassion on the bleeding hearts of those who loved and mourn her Her death Is to the homo an Irreparable loss to the church and community a severe one but she has the good seed that will result In liar vest Our prayer Is that her mantle may toll upon the daughters in the home that they may as nearly as possible fill her place for each other the father and brothers that In the church the community and time patriotic organization her mantle may likewise tall on someone who will by emulating her vlrtures worthily fill her place Seared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cu with a knife bruised by shamed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once Is flock tens Arnica Salve to subdue Inflam mation and kill the pain Its earths healer Infallablo for Bolls Fever Sores Eczema and Plies E McRoberts lm PUBLIC SALE Having sold farm 1 will sell to the highest and best bidder at my farm 1 mile South of Bryantsvllle Ky on THURSDAY AUG 201009 promptly at 10 a m the followlni property towlt Sixty and Shetland Ponies Jersey Cows and Calves 72 Southdown Sheep 13year old Oratorio Clinker 213 one yearling stallion by AHb land Wllks nine brifod with colts one extra saddle mart 0 twoyear old colts Jim Clark ono race yearling cults Clarke on pair fouryear old maro wales old horse mute Shetland stallion mures which are native Imported snares Reg istered 10 Uvtfsuckling coltsCows and Calves 1 registered Jersey Bull throe old 10 Jersey Cows with calves 2 yearling Jersey Heifers live yearling steers CO purebred Sjuthdown Ewes most of them a buck that took tho at the Loxlng ton Fair 12 Southdown lucks year Jacks and JonnetaMAwoyfiarold Jack and two Jennets with colts by side 1 Kaufman one buggy nexs bridles and lot of 1 tobacco sotter been used 1 Hosier sate combination look In per feet order con leer wgon cutting harrow Bee Palace 10 swarms of bees too mumerous to men Lion Household and kitchen furnl turo Including a one Radiant nome Desk 1 solid Oak husk Case 1 wood Book Case lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other things that YOU will want Pedigrees will bo furnished of the pedigreed stock known on day of sale JEPPT DUNN I M nunn Auctioneer Chits this IIsldea her confessed U 11sown me 25cat R Ii y goo cult wo t uuo nles1 four oar nld ell t rood ye III1I1S to lb hoatll t ono ono ubo sot or sistlnu or trot rill corn planter mower roll bl der yak I Lard burnuce Ii gallon capacity I Solid Oak Onlco 1 Col t t and d Ulcers mares ycar aur tuna buggy Hales Farm ig another I Mrs Mary A Spndffr 8pttt Malty MfR flay Mr P II dm bought a fwoti uorto at LaiiMsurr Monday poke fit Mr Andrew Simpson hud a very vnlunbU horn to die M with lockjaw Martin of tsliftu4i In the charming tni t f her aunt Mrs C M Mobcrlpy Dont forget the prntr et d Furs beginning Thuri day night Aug Mh MltH Llunlo Luc Preston Is visiting her hoarier Mr Tevls Preston of Dinvlllo this week Mrs Cordelia Johns of West Vlr Is the guest of Mrs Mury A Sunders and family this week Mr A Yrtfaudoni Is spending soy coal weeks with his brother L L Sanders at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Llge McMllllon visited their aunt Mrs Wllllo Ray of Saturday and Sunday Mr C Snyder of Lawrcnccburg ylsltcd his nclce Cure Sanders Saturday and Sunday MI and Mrs UG Preston are the gucstsot their aunt Mrs hell Final of Klrksvlllo Saturday and Sunday Sovcrul truer this place went on the excursion to High Bridge last Sunday Every one reported a good time Mr This Prcstonof Danvlllo was tho guest of his niothcr Mrti Mary B Preston Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Emmii Posy and Miss Nettle Hunter of this place are tho guest of friends at McCrcary for several days Miss Alice Snyder of Illinois was the charming guest of her cousin Miss Alice Snyder of Stone Suturday night and Sunday Miss Allco Snyder returned homo Thursday after spending several days with her aunt Mrs Allco Curry of Valley View JtUKNA VISTA Dame rumor says a wedding soon Miss Myrtle Ruble opened school here Monday Chas Robinson sold some lambs to Wesley Farley for ISO Mrs Mary Schroff and son of are guests of Mr und Mrs Dell rich Miss Mag Robinson Is tho guest of her sister Mrs Totnllnson ut Bryants vllte Mrs D B Jones and children of Lex Ington visited Mrs J B Robinson last week MIssLllla Barnett has been visit lug her aunts mud attending camp meeting at Wlhuoro Wm Christopher and daughter were In few days last week at tending campuicctlng and visiting friends The C E and S S entertainment to be given at browns Chapel will bo Friday night Instead of Saturday as previously announced Ralph Tcatcr of Taylorsyllle Ill who Is vlsltlug his uncle near will return hero this week to vis It his grandmother who will accom pany him home W T King has exchanged farms with Mr Hensley near Lowell The two families expect to move this week Our best wishes go with Mr King and family and we welcome Mr Hensley to our vicinity A Weakling Is the only way to describe the pour child that Is aflllctcd with worms N matter how much or how the get all time nourishment tram the food tho child gets prac 1 cally none Whites Cream I fugo gets of the worms quickly easily and with nq Dad after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts lm MT HEIiUOiV Mrs 8 G Yanderpool and children of Lexington are with relatives hero Mr and Mrs J M Vonderpool re turned Friday from a visit to Lexing ton Little Buanna Dean of Jessamine with her grandpother Mrs A S Dean Samuel Duncan sold to Clayton Arnold a bunch of hogs at 7c per Ib for August delivery Mr and Mrs Ellshua Forbes of Mc Crcary wero with her mother Mrs Isaiah Saturday night Mrs John Jackson daughter Valllo and son Carl of Keenu spout a fow days with friends hero Mr Thomas Norris and little daughter spent Sunday with Mrs Dlnnlo Scott and family Mr G A Bruce visited his daugh ters Mesdames Georgia und Frank Gammons In Mercer county Mesdames Samuel buncan and Edd Grow spent from Wednesday until Saturday with relatives at Lexington Mr J I Crawford sold to Mr Joe Pope one cow und heifer price 150 Mr J E Sherrow also sold to sumo party some helfurs ut 3J cents per Ib Misses Nettie and Oroy Preston and Marine Leo Shorrow Messrs Robert Sherrow Everett Duncan Author and Harrison Preston visited Mr Deo Eason and wife at Nellton Saturday night and attended Wllmoro camp meeting Sunday The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for any one Its the sumo with a lazy liver It causes constipation headache taun dice sallow complexion pimples blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings Now Life Pills soon boatel liver troubles and build up your health 860 at IV E MoRoberts lm mtN I mId Insf Itt Mrs Frankfort a often It worms fflfi Miss Mary sialtte Madison 4 Buckeye cat rid t I ant r s DRINK MILK SLOWLY BtV nAOB MUST NOT UC GULPED IN QUANTITY Majirlty of People Mltuntfiritund the Prtn lile Govern Thus M l Useful of All the Health Qlvlni Liquid TtM rwir RTUT pins follow Ing ndrlee on drinking milk l n right way n wrong to drink milk nnd tho Brent mn jority of people drink It In latter wny That la tho real reason why milk disagrees with BO many people nt least It Is ono of tho chief reasons Milk contains nil thin elements necen vary for maintaining the physical health of those who know how to URO It properly Indeed Bays n writer In Health most people would bo bot her oft phynlcnlly If milk and entire wheat bread formed their ordinary diet Especially Is this true of delicate persons whose powers of digestion have become enfeebled 1orgonn Buf faring from nervous prostration nro not nblo to digest meat nnd will tlnd great benefit from n purely milk diet but the milk must not be Imbibed like draughts of water It must bo sipped slowly n ttnopoonful nt n time There a scientific reason for drink ing milk very slowly npd In very small quantities It IB this Milk cur dies as soon as It comes In contact with tho Juice of the stomach If draught of milk Is taken Into the stomach the result Is n largo curd through which tho gastric Juices can not romllly penetrate nnd net with solvent power A small of milk makes n tiny curd BO If n of milk Is taken tip by sip It will readily be seen that the result will bo a number of little curds each ono of which can speedily bo acted upon and digested by tho gas tric Juices of the stomach Where special nourishment Is desir able ns In tho case of very weak per sons or convalescents from wasting diseases beef nod wheat peptones may bo added or some ono of tho foods which are known to be free from starch It Is unwise to add starch foods like farina or arrowroot or cornstarch to the milk for weak people or Invalids under the Impression that the foods are very delicate and easily digestible for they are on the contrary very dif ficult of digestion Milk nlono Is tar better for persons who hnvo weak dl Roatlvo powers but the ono great need which must bo Impressed on everyone Is the need of drinking slowly and In very small sips with Intervals between the sips In nine cases out of ten milk taken In this manner will with people unless hero Is some fault In the milk Water may be taken In long draughts without danger provided tho system Is not weak nnd overheated by rrunnlng or other exercise but milk should always be Imbibed slowly Would Bequeath Hit Ear Harriet Martineau displayed orls Innllty In tho provisions she made at ono time for the disposal of her re mains James Payn relates that hav ing consulted Toynbco the distin gulshed nurlst with regard to her deafness she wns go pleased with the Internet ho took In her case that she resolved to leave him by bequest her ears Sho this Intention In tho present of her medical man Mr Shepherd who to my Infinite amazement ob served nut my dear madam you cant do that It will mako your other legacy worthless The tact was In tho Interests of science Miss Mar tlneau had already left her head to the Phrenological society I asked tho doctor how ho cnmo to know that Oh he said she told mo BO herself she has loft 50 In her codicil to me for cutting It off Tho doctor died before his patient and tho Phronologlcal society never received the legacy of her head The Duty It Is somotlmes tho painful duty of a Judge to order a man to bo hanged by the neck till he bo dead It Is sometimes the painful duty of a critic to tell an author that hIs English Is faulty his arguments fallacious and hIs Imagination a minus quantity Dut It Is never the duty of n Judgo to mingle with the dreadful utterance of doom sarcastic remarks about tho prisoners Inferior social status nor Is It over the duty of a critic to flea an authors connection with gallipots or to sneer at his poverty or to Insist on tho fact that his work was printed In a Journal purchasable for tho sum of ono half Machen In T IVs Weekly What He An yo toll from a window Jerry How far was It yo toll Tin storloB Well well That was a great fall And what did you think of on your way down Bcgorry I didnt think of nothln until I passed th sthory Thin I rcmlmbored I left mo plpo on the window sill Quite Sure of One Thing Henry said the rich old undo If you think I am likely to dlo lUll denly snafu day when I toast oxpoct It you nmy as well rid your mind of that Idea There Is nothing whatever the wetter with my heart Youll nover dlo of enlargement It anyway undo cheerfully acqui esced the spendthrift nephew Asked Answered Little Willie Bay pa what Is a kleptomaniac Pa A kleptomaniac my son li a thief seldom worth than 100000 Safe Pot I think theyll marry She Is his first love That doesnt mean anything Well ho U her last Matching Mil Feelings flugsby U very chesty since started to buy a now house Yes BQ much so that ho M lotting one with a swell front I t t ThAt ado the ana the Is Infant absolutely announced however pennyArthur London Remembered Oft and T o 1 1 mire way along tumbler ogre testamentary Critics mans orl lllally o less chancel h t e d GAUUAIU UitUiinT COURT AZIaOauMerAF IlaliUIITn Martha WM At DnfotidaoU By vtrivn nf Jmlienitnt of tho MONDAY AtHM8T C3rd ltW rwiwevti HIP tutiM ni ni niid I p It liK rufirl Uy Moll to the hluiir l unit iiA liilii r Hi tho IVuri llnu do m fnuci tor ro Icinay time following IcMJMhed oral In Uutrurd ioumy Kcntuufy on tho waters or Dlx Rivor ibidn tho old Danvlllo and LnnniHtor lliaff rlko road und botiiulcd W ti HUMS y a point In the inlddlu of tho old Dunvillouiid Lunciislvr turn plko rind corner to J V Cook now Jacob Robinson theneo with tho mid dlo of pike 8 W II chains S 30 W 1117 chains to thn inlddlo of Mime curlier to J F Uliiiswi Hr ihoiiro leaving plku with his line N 431 W 206 chains to it lusting lirllna to W B Moss thence with siilfl Moss N 421 712 chains to u N 331 K 1701 ehulni to a rod nnjjr stump corner to siine N 41 to n stone curlier 8 II Anderson hence with mA Anderson 8 E 31 05 w ho inlddlo of tho atoro sold tiirnplIC thence with middle of Hiiine uhalim to a point In tho huddle of sumo corner to Mrs Lucy Anderson thence leaving tho pike anti with said Anderson S 08t K 1210 charts i n stone corner to same N OSl E 20 75 clmiiiH to a stone about 5 or 0 tent beyond a tree corner to saint 8 32 K 1075 chains to a stake corner to George thence with his W 11118 chnlns to u stake corner tusamc N4II W 1016 to n stake curlier to same alcng an old dirt road W S 30 W 1018 chains KU V530 chains ton stake corner to J V land thence with same N 60 J 00 chains lug thrnuuh an elur tree near the pike to the bcglnnlni iMtaliilim two and 24 acres Said oarilcs to said land by In licrltnnco John Wages And by the one from Mary L Wnidcn to John Wants and Axle now Cnnlder dated Soot huh 1COO anil recorded In the Clerks of thoGarrurd County Court book 22 218 another deed from W P Ourrifsund wife to Axis Cauldir dated Dec 4th 1007 and re corded In said nrflce In deed book 23 page 233 another deed from Marv Wages to Axla Wages dated Aug 22nd 1007 und recorded In ofllco In deed hook 23 page 30 another deed from Pherio Valentino marl husband to Axla Wages dated Aug 1st 1007 record ed In deed honk 23 page 37 Said land will ho as a whole and the stile IN made for tile of the payment of certain Indebtedness and the rclnvrstment of the proceeds In other lands TERMS Said sale will bo made pjfa credit six mouths and time will be required to execute hand with good lu uiiuuini iiii- I Slastcr lont for said pur cent timid o judgment execution ma para nt maturity A lien wll also bo upon time lane sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWKLL Master Conir Gnrrard Circuit Court L L Walker Ally for PUT 1000 Commissioners Salo vf Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT WUIIam Coidlron as Administrator ol J C Clause dccd Plaintiff VK Russell Clouse c By virtue of a Judgment of the Circuit CvUil at Its Juno term 1000 In theabove action 1 us muster Commissioner will AUGUST tho of 10 being Court MONDAY 23rd 1000 Between a m and 4 p III It dav sell tt tho blot bidder nt the Court In Lancaster Gar rard County tno following described re situated In Garrard County Kentucky on the waters of DruKcs Creek bounded as follows Beginning at a walnut tree In the old line thena S 38 i W 40 poles to u stone on a branch thence 44 W 40 to a atone tlicnco N 02 W 18 Voles S 70 W JUt pules to a stone thence N 87 W GUI poles to an old line thunco with tliu Hamo N 2 K 80 pules to a stone thence N 08 K ill poles stone thence S 1 1 11 llnwn W Att K 10 poles t a stone thuiico b 481 1 N 50 25 poles to tin turnpike S 20 20 pole 30 pulls to Ihueglnnlng containln land sold J U Clause bv Win wife by deed dated April 20th VW7 lllul recorded In thu clerks Garrard County Court In Deed book pages Mil und Gill Said land will bo sold us a whole and the attic Is made fur tile purpose payment of the debt to estate ol J B Curler deceased for 000 with per coot Intttrtst annum tWill 11107 until und cost and for tho further purpose ol the settlement of time estate 0 Ulouso deceased TERMS Said onto bo iniidoon a credit ol and 12 undjtho purchaser blo with guild to tho oiniiilHslonoK fur said put chaso moil ny 0 mir cent Interest per un dafc of up which ox may Issue If no nald ut having tin force and ofTeccvfu Judgment A lion will also Do upon lain sold fur tho payment purchase M ROTHWRLL Master Comr Oarrard Circuit Court Louis li Atty tar Plaintiff This Aug 3 1000 Beyond Medical Aid 0 n Weather Avon Ky says My wore so bully diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possibly save them I gave rhea Bourbon Ipg Cholera Remedy cured them whQUt a slifgle loia BoW U J R Uuuui Co ur JlIlIcI Oltoalt d nt Jane t11w In above styled slthIOft I m r r III Icky the 311 W S take curlier I ana elllllll to axon ClOt chub N 311 C hills the eo S 30t hulas ink W hundred slater derive Itle fro folluwln deeds ap tiers o Iser security payable to ciiXe money I aril a per rat ulmut fr I date of sale until I urea and effect a up which This 0 r on hug uw Y highest uu UUU ur I mitueky N to u stunethence I puler to a argue 72 poles min rid in IImV yard theuco II uuw to N 391 5 thane B G I tour II thence E 31 pales thole S 48 W 2U k thence S 2 W 88 acres inn t less curve t u Culdl and the 2 0 wilt six will be eXllfl te pay ate unt ulJhn ANllle r moneyJ walker hogs lIlt s COilt6ltilAlujSAIn a a Its this I- teaM mister L 1 u hats OGU 411 1 1 id 205 lv its line- S 41 and Rico indeed per maid sauo Au Defendants D Lou lug u rl II 4 rim Sl Iho son v t thereto mu Wi train fan unit t In t r r G SUHMnlQINQ CONDITIONS A- CITYWHKHE OIIAYHAUjHD PEOPLE OSLER THEORY Wo learn llulr Restorer nnd Tonlo was bought by one lUll of retail druggist III Omit lm City Kvhlnntly the gray lieut and those people poMtsslng gly hair living In Omaha nro com meuelng to realize that of preserving youthful l not In bo tightly dUrAaidod Ur Osiers theory may wrung hut never the Iwismaiiy un havu failed to secure n position ulhrrwlsu they might for tho gray hairs that nnnoiUccd time of loss of energy youth Who makes time bust Impression on the employer seeking help tho mini with gray hair or tho man with n youthful head of hairy Tho use of Qlian Hair Rcstor cr can mako some people look ns If twenty years hud been rolled back for them We publish below n testimonial tint camo unsolicited tho writer testifies to the fact that n course time fow gray to time original color If Ban Hair Restorer docs not do tho miifiu for you us loin six bottles yir money will bo ro funded of whom you buy the propagation Wo claim for the Hair will keep your scalp In a condition and will Increase of the hair at least three Inches per year until tho limit of growth tins been reached R K McRobortR recommends and sells these preparations If you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can havo the first bottle free simply call anti ask for It For sale at nil Drugulsls PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock Crop Having decided to change lilY placo uf business 1 will on THURSDAY AUGUST lOtn 00 at ono oclock on tho otter for sale to the highest amid brat bidder my farm consisting of 81 acres on the Lancaster and Lexington turnpike 0 Mlles north of Lancaster and 3 mile south of near Marksbury Kentucky Close to schools and and mile from post olllcc This farm nix u upod 6 room real deuce now stuck and nil oriel nccosary out Two good orchards It I with never ailing water astern at house three Tlicrn acres In cultivation rLmaltidcr If gratis rime fences tire now and In good order This tarn Is situated In tho heart of Garrard Countys famous farming district near the fauiouH Camp Hick Robinson farm Anyone desiring to see time farm or wishing any other Information will please call on or write the undcrnlgno1 onehalt CUll In hand ballunce In one two and throe yeura with 0 percent InlercHtr A lien to be land to se elute the deterred Full Kscsslon 1st loot i At the Ono hay trauma and rock frame disc harrow all purpose borrow steel framo barrow corn planter mower hay shovels set of blacksmith i a lot of carpenters tools grind dig gets n box elder mill corn shelter two ts of wngon plow gear coljnrs set of cart and other thinks to men Linn V Jf Ono pair of fftHr mare mules sound I mare In foal to Jack 20 lungs brood sows 1 register ed 2 sows 30 acres of corn In told Terms of personal property all sums of 120 and under cast In Over that amount a credit of four months without Interest negotiable note well endorsed payable In Garrard flank It Trust Co of Lancaster Ken tucky ROUT I Rout I M Dunn Auct 3t FARM FOR SALE At executor nt the will ot Emma a Gregory Ucu io 1 I will on TUU8UAY AUQUSr 17tb IMW it 10 oclock tm on thvprcmliri olTcr or ale to the highest tint Wilder the iplen did lllui0r Itutttil on Iho tint Me of tlio K ll Lick gad l ncil r Turnpike miles from 1olul I mllci trim I in eaitvr Kililuckjr Clow tchooli church only lj to station Till firm connlui 2l3Jt crei entire frpnt on ood pike 114 it ervctly level lit remainder lays well a Rood 9 room brick sod fume reitfonre 1 good barn belle stables ainl cribs uniuanl houtei and all other uecvoary Tlldlng It U bouutllully upplUd I never springs and qnd This year It li lu tivation atfullowii Wacrei In wheal aboat W aorii In lu tobacco 31 In clover meadow 6 aci In beirlng orchard and the re mainder lu liluugrau- ThU latin li situated In the hell ot larrard Countyi famous Juniifiig dUtrlct and wet and suitably located stay kind ol arming desired Taklugall theioUcU In consider lion till li one the most dufrable larmi to be found Thlt place will bo ortureil Mle lu Iwo waiivlii Klrkt thu tract lylngou tho diith ililo ol tie couutjr TtaA lucluiHwv the dwelling und coutululuir shout IW acri will be onr d nUll thujrlhu tract on the op Milieil l Load eoiilanlug abont Mill next the ilnvdlvldlnv theiu track U to Wf Ihe center ol his laid county roil o acreage lu bld oli th moil money will b accepktjF Any ono deilrlng to the other lulorinatlou will pltaiu call on or th uudorngned TKItMHi Thru uoiei with approved ivcurlty tob given oil the day ol tale each for the amount ol onethird ol the purcbMe rlet duo payable January lit IV1U January lit lOll January lit MJre eeivvly A lion lo bo retained on the laud to ircura the aymeuli oth iunott sad imeuiii 0 ld notti tu bear nlereil at I annm Iron January lit UlOat time death will be made ou the o note du at thu tine and poiiMiluu given nUN teedlng privilege given tali Nil at 19 oclock Kiecntor T I KngUih Attct Jdnj4ciKv rJ that aCluluaclof ill IT rn CI Ui th mpeurnncu lth 11110 lIeCI e npprnucll K hmltll 110 had I utter I thy th enrth rn IJ dings upplln ul IIr j rIII retnln on rents en September anus le and place J will also sOil t u fIWIIlIl w t ultlvators wheat Vulcan double tone cut harness Unmess 11 feet tit luudc bred 6 apt Farm I lId and call road faces him qUI Il from to of IS corn II ere sates for of of arT J all uc urvu Thull hr o af will tlv olToroI stn 1- he tarot or wi lug any write I tit per oh t W r OIlA U T time Qitaum tills attng t ndvauinge o but nut twu weeks restored e shunted unc half and p u rake iluusie roug BIUII GRASS kin best Leavell old toile his w weer Alit 4 calf acres this sown In Clover for the sap Its acre be iie eau tract tob laedby rim aura acres btb son and slid pet payee rata Sale begins prompt r i g It to data tine of Harness Buggies Doering Binders and Mowors ltill line of jgj Aincrlcnn Wiro rni any lioipht Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special prlco by down mud PU case A lot f good Lumber jg upcclnl price J BECKER 1 IJRYANTSVIUK KY Phones 16T and 370 A CITY TAXE and receipt for sumo L E HerronCollector WANTED Poultry and Eggs Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hone Bones Melhl Rubber Having a firUclnss Steam Drilling for driUii Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any ilcbth l or further information write 1 J E HAMMOND I Lancaster Ky KENTUCKY FAIR DATKS The following are the dates llxcd for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur as far as reported Oillccrs of are requested to report to us any omi slons or correction of dates ILancaster Fair Col Aug 12 dajh MadlsAnvllli August 3R Jape Winchester Augusts 4 days 1 Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 00 days Jf- Taylorsvllle August 101 days Uniontown August 1U days A Harrodshurg August 113 days LeltchOeld August 174 days Barboursvlllo AuirtiHt IB 3 days lirodhead August 183 days Bhopherdsvllle August 183 daya Ewing August 103 days tihplbyvlllo August 216 days London August 214 days Florence AugUHt 25 4 days Frankfort August 31 4 days August 31 3 days Tompklnsvlllo epteinberl 6 Fern Creek September 1 6 days M Bardaowp Boptombor 1 4 data 1 HoUgoiivllle Beptomber 73Monticello September 7 4 days 1 OlaBgoy Bcplonbor 84 days Kentucky Htiito Pair Louisville Boptombor 130 days m- BcotUvlllo Beptembor 10 3 days Bedford October 1 2 days 1- Boroa August 0 o and 1 M Perry vllj August IB 3 days t TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The that cause skin dlscasca must to tho outface of tuooklu and destroyed u for external use vvlllrfo this ami will permanently euro form of asi J 1JftIlIIUJm I 1 cnce IJfii m runt a CD 1 I R ly to receive i J I Wanted iOJd cottI i Well Drilling Outfit I i falls c 1Idays 4bodrAwn For IUlo ple Set tats 4 J t f b r ffl r1 I I IIvIaflll ill Ind ijI ti- QJ p bbl 1 Eaflarp e l e- orCity taxes nroduo and t t Iron 1ll 114 tOa days i Now vor scra tit torea k tY odlclao CoSE Loafs At Mgl o1tQ169I1t fLUte a sWh M1 a McCormack Wood i MACHINES i Mowers 4250 J Hay Rakes 2250 Leggetts Champion Tobacco Dus p ter Dusts 2 rows at one time Mount h 1rui WIfrIJI1faJf iiJ i NJrIl I IJ II lEi i I 1 I I t I Ji COm J I ftjlfi1 IiT r r r lt1 1Ia a B Iri tor- y R0 r J PrealdonL IAA- s w JWALKalb+ J B JOIINBON Vice Prcit li OROANIZGD I88j Tlio CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTItR KY CAPITAI 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P Cashier W O RIQNMT Aut Cwhr 0 D WALKBK Hookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIUFX7TOR8 J B Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbbi Lewis L Walker J A It T M Arnold C A Arnold j EEAZLEYI r Hui sour Lr y 1 1 t UNDERTAKER Arterial and on DulII HrM t t i Cavil y Eaibalaiig- 04re FULL use or CASKETS ASH BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS in STOCK I rr t p N 0 i en en C 0 Q 0 5 en I I 0K iO1r 1 0ttS THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A U DBN1V Preildent JI STORMES Viet Prut S C DENNY Cuklcr J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Rookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormes S C L GUI W I Williams D lIltCTO ItS Denny J E en- to 0 C N 5 n CD CDs Nrim 0v B L Prwt W C FIb VIce W 0 Kiapir Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORTORATKD Wild Li Pre t t- EI t Wo offer you fair with ovory accom modation that is consistont with conservative Banking r treatment t i CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 II COY BU ARNOLD KaOUYN J BURROWS I B WOODS B L WOODS WOriBJI PJ1IIIC7IOR1 wo WYNN Our Customers are Fully Protected by hdelity and Casuality Insuranco We wish to say to the public that TIlE POX STUDIO hasnt been open regular some time but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PIIOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO I your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN AS they will Insure your Tobacco also Office National flank of Lancaster PUqnc 31 II ri l r I V t I zi U r e t t fort e e 4 a Gossip About People v c A Brltl Mention of end Oolnji Ly Thou W Are interested In HRV C 0 Brown U nt Huckhorn In 11 Borloi of meetings IlrUtow Conn of Cincinnati w at homo several days last wcok Mrs Tjtiln Hcttls of Hartlstown with Mrs Ella Uoltls for a visit Mrs Nancy Logan of Stanford time guest of Mrs W M Knnono MIA Mabel Mason of Hlclimond time guest of Miss Kallo Simpson George T Million of Chicago Is guest of his brother W It Mason Mr Malcolm Miller of lllclimoni wan a visitor at tho Lancaster fair Miss Paulino Hurdctt Is Chautauuua at Lebanon this week Mr John larks of DoWItt III visiting home folks near Harksbur J Grand of Waco Texas Is for a stay of some weeks with relatives Miss Lillian Pierce of Louisville the guest of Miss Mottle Leo Rubble MM Ethel Hilton of Stanford visiting her sister Miss Susie Hilton Miss Irene Sounders of Nicholas vlllc Is the nucHlof Lancaster friends Miss Edna Berkeley of UrvanUvlll Is visiting Miss Mary Clay Williams Mr nod Mrs Richard Schudder c McKlnnev were at the Lancaster fall Miss Dove B Harris of Danville I visiting her sister Mrs S II Emma HuKhcs liars of Stan ford Is visiting James A Ileazloy wifeRichard Kennedy of Virginia I with his mother Mrs Alexander Ken nedy Miss Naomi Hallow of Richmond I the guest of her aunts tho Misses branclv Earl Ward of Cincinnati was the guest several days last weeltof Robl Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond IM been visiting her sister Mrs Oolt The Misses Parley of Richmond guests of Squire Samuel Johnston and wife lion Win J Price of Danville guest of Fred P Frlsble and wife Thursday Calllo Adams left Wednesday a weeks visit to Mr Joe Pcttus jprlnKllcld Mrs Win Bogie of New Orleans her parents Mr and Mrs W Wherrltt Thomas Cherry and wlfcof Urodheaci were rcccnU visitors of Mr and Mrs 1 II liaison Misses Annie and Nancy Stogg of larrodsburg are visitors at tho home W E Muss Robert Brewer of Chelsea has Joined his wlfo hero for a to relatives 0 A McLean and wife of Nash visiting at the home J 0 Durrslae Miss Illllan Cobb has returned to homo In Richmond after a visit to Mary Elmore Miss Ida Moss of Plnevlllo and alllo Durham of Corbin aro guests f Miss Mary Moss Mrs Mattie P Friable left for a visit to Mr and Mrs W C of Danville Miss Molllo Evans has returned to tlcholosvlllc after a pleasant visit to Pauline Uurdott Sirs DUdderar of Ala was with her sister Mrs M week Misses Jesse and Hattie Doty of Rlchmon visited their sisters Miss i Emma and Lucy Doty Mrs Wm Farnan Is again with her Mrs Banks Hudson friends In Lexington Miss Lettlo Mao MeRoberts gayo a breakfast Saturday morning In honor several visiting friends Misses Annlo Leo and Margaret Woolfork of Lexington spent last with Miss Sue Anna Lear Misses Nancy Walker and Edna iavanaugh loft Thursday for a visit Mrs T R Slavin of Danville Mr and Mrs George Robinson of anvllle were guests tho past week Mrs Rebecca West and family Mr and Mrs George MoRoborta of uvjngton were the guest of liar Mrs John M Farra last week Dr and Mrs G 0 Furrls and little of Colorado are hero for a visit of weeks with the Misses Mr and Mrs Jennlnir of Fayetto Hush Tlllott of Danville have recent visitors of Misses Martha J too Young and daughters sale and lichen of Now Orleans are parents Mr and Mrs m G Anderson Misses Margaret and Arrabella recent guests of Misses Marga and Joan Mount loft Wednesday their homo at Mt Sterling Huston and Resale Yantli of Stunford fair vUHoripf Mrs Rosa has Miss Mary Clay I rr Coml I is l was the le M here Is Is Anderson Miss and Powell are was the Miss for of Is II of Oklahoma vis- It yule Tenn are of her Wednesday Price Miss L W Zanono last sister utter utay with of week to of son several and been and Salllo Tlllot Mrs with Bugle set for Misses Sadie llaugliman of villa were tin Williams entertain C the engaged attending Wit visiting Miss Ed Birmingham i slater GAIL form era r s s rd the members of the House 1nrl Tuesday In honor of Miss Edna lierl leyMr Willis Adams and Elizabeth of Mt Vernon woro lug Mr ixnd Mrs Jack Adams weekMrs James Anderson leaves for a visit to Harrotlsburg rclativi She will protract her stay until the fair Mrs II 11 Logan of Crab Orchard and Mrs James Uucklmnan ui daughter Elothwero guests of Amon during Limo fair Mesdames Mabry and son Ilarton Wastiburn of Tallehass G R Smith of Stanford Florida guests of Mr and Mrs T J Price Hugh Hcmphlll and wife of NIc olasvlllc W O and Duke Goodloc Sprlngllold were visitors of Mr Mrs W A Arnold during tho fair W K Shugars and son W K Jr of Stanford and O W Shugars Indianapolis were visitors of Shugars and family during the fair T E Arnold of Derland Florida Mr A Y Elkin of Louisville Mr Farley of Richmond were of Mrs J S Johnston during fairMiss Carroll the clllclcntly trained nurse who was with Mrs James Doty during her late Illness and death returned to her home In Nlcholasvllli Monday W O Burk and wife of Richmond Miss Mlnnlo Leo Sanders of Kirks vlllo anti Robert Walker Lapton McCreAry visited Mrs Dave Sanders during the fair hello Minor of has returned to her homo after two weeks visit hero On August she will leave for a visit to Atlantic City and New York Mr It J Adams of Mangum Oklahoma is visiting his sisters Me dames E W Harris S B Henry W L Lawson This Is Mr Adams Urst visit to Kentucky In 10 years Misses Maud Forcoy of Pittsburi Penn Jennie Parks and Lucy Francis Mr II L Francis of Madison county were visitors of Mr and Mrs Hughes during the fair Miss Mary Hunter of Qultman Ga arrive next week for a Miss Mayme Dullard rill be time guests of Mrs W T Wool fork at Lexington during the fair Mr and Mrs O T Wallace left Tuesday for their homo In N C after a pleasant stay with larrard relatives They wero accom by their aunt Mrs Ann Rob insonMiss Mary Burton who has been UK ucst of Miss Kathleen Walter left Monday for a visit to friends and In Howling Green and Smith trove before returning to her home Louisville Mesdames Earl R Ackley of Dllllor Montana Anna Brown of Nicholas Hie II 0 Spoonamoro and little daughter Vannetta of Wllmoro were uests during the fair of J W Ilamll and wlfo especially thQ farmers remember with pleasure A L Powers Louisville who bought tobacco here year lie Is In our city again and be glad to talk to all tho tobacco rowers of the county The Misses Cotton of Annlo May and Ellen Walker of RIchmond and Francis Geiger and brother Walker of Huutlngton Vest Va formed an attractive house last week at time homo of tbelr Mrs W 0 Rigney Mrs Mattie Duncan gave a reception Thursday afternoon In hot guests Mrs J 0 Jones f Kansas City Mo and Misses Paul no and Margaret Hocker and Mar arct Warren of Stanford On tho same evening from 8 to 1030 Duncan entertained a number of young ladles and gentlemen in honor f Misses Hocker and Warren FUiolutlont of Condolence uly 17 1009 Whereas tho grot Architect and tho has In his InU wisdom to remove from Bro H Mrs R Aldrldgo fits dearly beloved Therefore bo It resolved That lartersvllie Lodge I O OF No 221 f do hereby extend him our licit sympathy and of Omnlp gldlng star that will lead that a copy of these re lutlov bo sent to tho bereaved son copy bo placed on our minutes and a publication F II Smith 0 H Green D M Carter Commmltteo Twi A Qlorloui Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tenn mans life has been saved and now Kings New Discovery U tho talk f the town for curing C V Pepper deadly lung hemorrhages I could work nor got about ha writes and the doctors did me no good but using Dr Kings Now Discovery weeks I feel like a now man do good work again For soar or diseased lungs Coughs Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever taOrlpp Asthma or any Bronchial affection It stands unrivaled 1rlco o and II 00 Trial Battle tree and guaranteed by 11 E Mc Roberts Jro daughter visit last today after Mrs J A M II little ore of and of Judge and the A of Miss Lora Louisville a 5th and and P S will months visit to They Wilmington panted In ton Everyone of last will It party aunt honor of Mrs Cat rsvmlle Ky ruler of unlve niLe see tit our uutgomery II mother to I pray at tl Allseolnll of otenc bo I him tad and happy reunion In the Ilr t eyond ltes v d a bo sent QaNTIIAL RKCOIU for A Dr or after three and can weak and Sold t guests relatives Danville delightful Cartersvlllr copy to Titus not Business COO good young cwmt fot ilo If It Bllenryf Lottor Sldlon Dont lavs trip Mrs Jacob Joseph Lancaster Ky Taxos Due I haTo time tax booka nd am to you a tax receipt 1 hope not to Insist on p Announcement Wyatts Annual Summer Tour to D C For further Mrs Jacob W W Withers of Lexington Ky- 4 J l I ft Root nno cent may one hundred dollars Write for Samples and prices Dripping Springe This good old summer resort season the of jMio will 7104 0 Per cent Money Will loan Inaums of I1000 mortgage on is the time 025tf 0 B Swlncbroad Dr W N Craig will Lancaster luiiurt 10th lOtlldc Kengarlan who should Sunday July 31 between Si L llbbs and Lancaster a Geatfemaus them A liberal reward It returned to Haselden ros store Hayden Found After Dutchman was up of gold were It Owner can fct byMDving same this L R Igr Flying lulcbtuan Richmond Ky 80tf Light grey coat Fair Lancaster Lancaster Thursday ucket will prove Record once receive reward It Application for Pardon ardon whMbject will Governor state In writing any objection Notice of Application for Pardon Randell Lcmay who was convicted unlawfully detaining a of Oovcnur and who object will notify Hue Goven and stato In writing any objection Low Prices The Next Sixty Days cr Painted gated 2v 3v f Crimp pressed standing for samples and on Rooting Pebble Rooting Gravel Roofing American Corbin Root and Metal W W WITHERS 226 E Main st Lexington Ky COUCH CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New Discover tems rfWV III lGlnUIfeII 1 n r l2r3L ltmn nuns m t t el he I gyv rJut c tu r to tflil e 8 t got time to t itY IIII ts 1iOO- VIII c nl r o Ills t Is ollght fill tier Infr Iull lice OW ren It ell y O A old S G 0 j e I I more est It money his or the rst 1 the year a to m Oculist tlCla r turn t lintel lloso e ICla call have their tested 1 1 1 j 1 j 1 Application or for ones Simpson wl was convicted a volen tary met nughter th arrard Clre tc t at Its Mu I rm will n k me Governor and all notlf ho r and of wo n IBIIRlnst her will In enL to ye f carnal knowle o with her the j Clrcul Cot Garr rd unty 1 at the uerm of saId c t 1000 will ask a for don j all 1 or special For and 1 4 J j 1 and Ii KILL THE AND j WITH i I Nef t cnlor- nllc4ltutllaaut 1orante nert 11 xs- wru nrrc J13tfal I r Je rmnre ann rmrwwthab- wTlF wll atunatTwe p ace old tchtst stol Jt s 1i r Ian IC pal tb Fu u t give that ben Yint At Was mingle Ihl adetp in and iw irk City imu rsd August 10 IDfr tlun Jus I Lancaster Iy t nom lar ing its dy urnposILlo tootl g Ial ta iii Ce tr y car save u is pen for lie undo age meat M Spears Ft her take le re in y comfortable n giving you lots eat ii you will 0 seo ititn 6r first you will ate fall application 4dTues- day and Lost iliac Pack Rook contal g about t35 u td 3 Ite d 1 pink and e al calling c ds with my ream v o red Luther M Glees the Fying packed pair glass u r glassed an p g notice Wearre Lost betwee the grot ids a and Pr chersvrl Clue s dpapers its o or Retur and in 3 Galvanized Corri- d Paint FOR OUCH 01 08 PBICg goo trial a Bottle free AND UL THROAT ANDLUNQTROUBLES OB MONEY BETUWDKD R K McRoberts Drug Sore spice below ho Jluglf the iclu live urn p our farmer mbicilUirt tut It tale ol stock grain and such lUlugi on farm at farmer cannot alTord to No notice will bo accepted over lour and will bo two lanes ol Kicoip olcliarg I liave 3 good sows and plea tor sale R Murphy Union Ky I have three nice gilts that will pig about salon Wilmot I have 60 or 00 barrels of good white corn for Phone A W Kava nautjh I have tvo extra good Jersey cows that I will sell cheap R M Mow Bright hay for salt loose baled Extra W 8 KmJT J L ot 3 year old fur sale a L Italrd If for for the ad v line only In the August for UryalJtllvl le 1 r good t Jo good lea GUAIAN EED BATI8YAOTOAt 00ooooooeNeoooooeeeeoovoeeeoosooooooooaeeooeoeeewooeNo thus the tie free 1st silo r t luvor Delivered r- c aspen To Order Obelisk Flour Next Kvery cook and every housewife who has used it praises its splendid qualities and continues its use Nolli ing but the best of wheat enters into its manufacture Try it and see how much more successful your baking will be A car just received order now BANKS HUDSON Garrard Trust Co Uuncaatett Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R Burton 2 Vice Pres J W EUIORE Cashier DA ThjjTu A t Cishicr R I Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank PARIS GREEN AT MeRoberts Drug Store Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Uncle Sam where do you buy your COAL Aha doys only one place to buy coal Boss and dats right whar I gits mine right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Doys got Red Star Coal at ICcts an do best lOc coal you obor seen for do money doys not a clinker in it Data right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders SUMMER RATES Atlantic City Thursday August 18 16ROUND TRIP16 I riI f r IWI MiA U1 I r I NiT i 1 t r L j OOOOC Ii I OOC OOOOOO OOcOOC OOOOCR I i 1 iL i t l 1 C tvff r r a j rQQQQQC 000000000002- R 1 I i 1 r j0 I dIA Nl bwn A11MnM Ib K t A k u r i 1a u NEW YORK Every day round trip all rail 2800 Via Norfolk and 0 D S Co 3000 Going Rail and Ocean Rivet Lake and Rail 3215 returning i W IW 11IYOU DONT r WANT TO N r FORGET BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake Sound and Rail New York with overs 3735 Old Point Comfort Tuesday July 27 and Sat August 21 15 days limit 1250 stopI Nt wA f Summer Tourist rates to all principal points in Virginia on sale dally For Information Call On Address GEO W HARNEY D P A Ticket Onice Pneonlx Unto Lexington Ky LANCASTER Qolored Fair August 12 13 14 09 Very cheap rates to Atlantic and all Seashore Resorts on t City ull Is i ed t itDs i r sISI 1 JJ M Marrow G mil tint a OiitlclnnU- UifOi Fitted 8 lltf clou Gutrmitccd Hughes Swinebroad ESTATE Sell forms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Omee Hours omeo over 8 a tn to 12 1 p m to 4 Stormci Drug Store B F WALTJSR DENTIST Phone OS Lancaster Ky M K Denny fflSBlX DENTIST Omee overltlii Afnoldi Mllllnt H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PIIONK 1K9J Offlee corner Islington 81 ami Public Squre Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER ud COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office bver Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT KENTUCKY M HOUSE Only White Barber In Town North ilde of Public Square DR A B PRICE will practice nontietry at his home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LOOK FOIl TilE 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 Are quickly cured by ZEMO a clean use ZEMO Is tho best known for the Instant relief and positive cure of eczema pimples and every For sale everywhere writo for sam pIe E W Louis Fcr sale at McRoberta Drug Stora Ask for sample Cream Vermifuge iREAL I INSURANOELAN- CASTJtR I II Hn I I I I I I I 04esss c disease Co St w1IPI3s THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CIWA C TMI AiNuiNt mep ir BallardSnow Liniment Ce ST Lotus MO McRoborta Drug Store FINE FARM IN UUKAIIU COUNTY A tine blue trait for U situated on I new plka near rolqt Leavsll and ilx south ol Uccs4ierconislnlng900 well located In oo4nelhborboo 1 being part ol the Jolin Walker tract with a haniUome new twostorr te enroom reililenee thereon with all oeoetiar j ombulWlom nod good new haiti 40iM Well watered six never ailing iprlms sod creek running through TsiuiM cash la baud balance otis and two years trom bearing ill per cent Interen until paid Itriuns looking or place write or s o W 0 WAUCKR Blaolord Kj A POSITIVE CURE FOR OANIIUFF ZEMO and will cure any cue o Dandruff or germ and prevent hair a Blowy color and leave clean and For ale everywhere Write for urn B W Co St LouU- Ior eaie at McRtberU Drug Store o WOOLY SALE I acre da lob f acalp the dandruff n Wit plo fur plo S FOIl farm tail of sale pleas tope t destroys will t 4ik TAKE YOUR TO THE IT PAYS iI 10 il ii Ii H 11t YI o MILKf H ij I i II ok t fl i I I I 0 i r7 V Ii I ii I j it U6RfMIRY II 1 IllJCIiKYi Miss Lula Hcst of Murclnnd has been visiting her sister Mrs J O Bugle Miss Ruth Walker of Louisville Is the guest of her aunt Mrs J W BrownMrs Leslie Wilson of Miss spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs J 0 Bugle Mr and Mrs Herbert Whlttaker visited Crab Orchard relatives and Sunday Misses Lucy and Jennie Dlckerson visited Miss Flossie Mile Sutton of Lancaster last week Miss Lula Price has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her sister Mrs Oscar Ray Rev T II Ray and wife of Rich tnund Va visited his mother Mrs Nancy Jane Ray last week Misses Agnes Miles and Tom tins well visited relatives In Nlcholasvlllu the later part of the week Mrs Jasper Bogle and children al so Miss Daslo Bugle of Indiana have been visiting relatives here Baby Morphine Fiend are made by all soothing sJrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir contalnsno Injurious or narcotic drugs of any kind A sureand safe cure for disordered and fret fulness splendid for teething Infants Sold by R R McRoberts 1m MAUKSBUltf Noah Morcee sold several barrels of corn to 0 A Robinson at 310 Jim Turner RDld 14 calves ctfl also a nice lot of boats at 0 cts Mr and Mrs Frank uoblnson of with his parents Mr and sirs Morten noblnson Rev Everett Gill of Danville Ky will preach next Sunday morning at the Fork Baptist church Mrs Nannie sparks of Hicktnan came a few days ago to make an indefinite visit to her sister sirs iclo xemper Mrs Salllo Fox recently a few friends at dinner The guest of honor was Mrs Richard McUrath of South Carolina James Mirtln sold his turin contain lug 231 acres fur 120000 to ur Joseph neck formerly of Lincoln county but now of Nlcholasvllle Miss Kathrlno Moore recently enter tamed at dinner a number of young people at her home at Camp Robin son In honor of Miss Margaret Arnolds guest MIssEmarlne Burnett The best wheat crop In this Immed late neighborhood was raised on the farms of Mrs Hello Perkins and Mr Gosney The yield on both farms was an average of 30 bu per acre A very delightful affair was a party given at the home of Mr and Mrs Clayton Arnold In honor of thelrduugli ter Miss Margarets anavertmry Thirty guests enjoyed their kind Floyd Herrlngof Somerset who was visiting friends In this vlcinltyv was called to the home of his father T I Herring at Lexington who Is seriously III The family Is suffering much uneasiness In consequerico Rev Wm Anderson of Dothan Ala has just returned fruit the Chicago University where he has boon to a lecturo course III theology to Join his wife und children who are with her mother Mrs Eugenia Kent port Mr Anderson hits many Jlovotetl admirers hero and lisa favored the Fork congregation with 3 good Dliagrocablo t Homo Lots ot man and women who are agreeable with others get Cranky Ifs not disposition Its the Iver If you find In yourself that you tlilngi worry you Just buy u bottle ol Ballards Uerblno and put your liver In shape You and everybody around rou will feel better fur It Price o centa per bottle Bold by u K Me llobeiU w IJ II 1 II v J II v Saturday stomachsbowols Marceo for Richmond are entertained hospitality- Mr receive discourses home around the house littlef S oNoali 4 t eel cross 1 Miss Kliziihoth Bryant Is attending the Danville Fair C w west and wife of Lexington are the guests of Dr VTM Elliott Mrs w M Elliott and Miss Eliza tROt left Tuesday for a trip to Niagara Falls Miss Mnrgarit Dccrlng of Nicholas vllle has been visiting tho Misses Maret Mrs Hallle Deatheroge of Rich mond Is with her mother Mrs B welchMrs Ballard who has been at the Norton Infirmary at Louisville came hume last week Misses Owen and Gilbert of Barbour ville and Aldrldge of Stanford are guests of Mrs J II Durham The altracllvo little daughter that arrived at the home of Mr and sirs J C Williams has been named Helen Blair Tho Bryantsvlllo Public School will open Monday August lath All pupils lire requested to be on tbat day so that they may bo graded After an Illness of several weeks Mrs Josephine Boner died Monday morning Aug 2nd at 11 oclock Mrs Boner was In tier GOth year and was well known being a member of one of mostpromlaeut families In the county She Is survived by 9 children who have the sympathy of the entire community In their bereave merit they are McsdaraesR 0 C Becker John Peters of jiackvllle John Johnson of Lancaster and Mrs Carrie MOS of Jessamine Messrs Tom Charlie will mid John Boner The funeral service were conducted Wednesday morning at the residence by Rev UM Humphrey of wilmore and the Interment followed In the cemetery Mrs Boner was a good woman a mem ber of the Methodist church and will be greatly missed by all who know her Active at 87 This would be unusual news If men and women would keep themselves tree from rheumatism and all aches and pains as well as keeping their muscles and Joints limber with Billiards Snow Liniment Sold by R E McRoberts 1m True and False Happiness Truo happiness Is of a retired na ture nnd an enemy to pomp and and In the next from the friendship and conversation of a few select com panions False happiness loves to be In a crowd and to draw tho eyes of tho world upon her She does not receive any satisfaction from tho ap plause which eho gives herself but from tho admiration which she raises In other Addlson Only Road to Happiness Tho only way youll ever bo happy In life Is through unselfishness Being selfcont red novor brought any last ing good to anybody JIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION YARDS Ausuilt Cattle Itecelpt 1000 Shipments 44- CATTU5I Shippers Kxtra llalchrr livers extra Qoodtn choice Common to fair i IInlNri extra Uood lo choice Common to lair Cows extra Uood lo choice Common 10 Canneri llqlli baloguas Extra K to goo loinmon sin HOKI Hheep 1100 7UOO 153 1324 5 tO t U 40 8 M 1U3 B 6 ISO II 00 SliXASOO 62KB5 60 4 tOt 16 1 8V9 4 M wa 4 7s S bJ4 W 9 iK I Tt onc w I u4 4 U 4 iXt460 4400846S aoxsJ7 00 11008 1 gool ckir n4 tulclieri 7 M- Hied l ek nm 7 waf do- i g 6onaeool- ominon to choice ootl ta Cltolco ommuu 10 oo l lacholoa omuou 660 7401 C r A AA A A t t1t JUtr present theuldellt and K Swope Lancaster placefrom StOCK 3 t lair atbuuh OAIYf1i1 ollrt 7 6OfO W II sa 6 w Ihlhlll y 70Cit Y 1- 10hrdUObulid Inl I 4 60 176QQtY11O t I 1 I I V E U V ANTSV1 I1LI SaUl e 1 6 3 sir 7X7 large rn heavy 141 seWS CC7 76447- 63sliii ealts 444 i fair I 00457- 5IiJflSi Ui blur tO5 3 Sale of Land QARRARD CIRCUIT Pauline Carter J Plaintiff David M Carter Ere By virtue of n jiKtncnt of tile liar Circuit Coufi rendered nt Icr lyog in the above styled ncluili a master Commis stoner will lot 23 igoo III sell to the Tilnliest and best bidder atptibllc outcry at the court lions door in the following described real property in the coun ties and Kockcastlc more particularly hereinafter and separate Said lands sold In separate boundaries as here inafter set Boundary No I contains acres on the waters of White Lick in Garrard County Kentucky and is as folows Beginning at a point in the middle of the Copper Creek anti Paint Lick turnpike corner to Woods and Camp bell point is N 71 W 371 chains front the S of a culvert at the North West corner of store house at Cartcrsville thence the pike and with the line to saul Woods Campbell N 53 chains N jo jr87 chains N 4 W 260 chain to a stone on line and corner to W C Winn thence with Winn N 86 E 431 chain to an ash stump thence down aJlraln S 87 E 331 challis N 89 chains N o E 662 chains to a point in drain in a line to Winn and to said Childs with Childs S 12 E 3518 to a stake on North batik branch cor ner to U M Carter thence down said bunch with her line S 84 E 441 S 81 12 E 188 to a point in South edge of branch in line to same and corner to D Ii Lcdford thence leaving branch with Lcdford and with a fence up a lull S 20 12 W 400 chains 34 passing corner to Lcdford and John Allen at 80 links in all chains S 37 12 W 400 chianti S 28 W passing corner to grave yard at 2 76 in all 427 chains S 82 12 W 151 chains to a pout on a slate bank at North edge of Oil Well road corner to and school house lots thence with lot S 78 12 W 156 chains corner to school house lot anti Lish Pitts 20acrc tract of Carters land thence with line of said tract and along Oil Well road S 75 W 815 chains to a point in the middle of Lancaster and Mount Vernon road thence with middle of said road S 18 34 E 40 chains S E 4 Q chains to a in the middle of road corner to Lydia E Palmers 5 acre tract and Slavins tract of Carters land S 64 14 E 380 chains to a point in the middle of a culvert corner to Mc Cormick thence supposed line to same S 49 14 W 1500 to a young marked cor Stormes thence supposed line to J E Stormcs thence supposed line t J E Stormes N 33 34 W 750 chains N W 1000 chains S 86 12 W 1000 chains to a white oak thence N 2 E chains to Montgomery anti Campbell thence S 73 E 265 chains to 1 stgnc corner to same thence N 1 jJ 992 chains to a in th of before men tinned turn like thence with middle of said pikS 73 E 875 chains to the beginning and containing 1493 acresThere is excluded from this boundary a church and church lot containing 162 acres and a containing 113 acres and the right of leading to said church and graveyard church lot is bounded as fol lows Beginning at a gate post the North post at a gate on the East side of the Copper Creek road is 25 links S 23 14 E from a persimmon tree marked as a pointer thence gate post N Co 14 336 chains to a stone N 76 34 E 173 chains to a chestnut tree N 82 34 E 250 chains to a stone N 70 E 160 chains to chestnut tree S 35 E 338 chains toa stone S n E 67 chains to a North East corner ol school house lot thence with said 79 14 W 159 chains to North west corner of lot thence N 72 14 W 657 chains to a stake at upper edge of road this corner is S I 12 40 links front the second corner of the survey thence S 73 W 323 chains to South gate post thence N 14 W Co 12 links to anti containing 162 acres The graveyard is bounded as fol Beginning at a stone corner to the church lot thence N 78 34 E chains to a stone S II 357 chains a stake and coffee bean thence with a fence S 29 1 1 W to a S 83 W chains to a stake on a slate point supposed cor ner to school house with house lot N u W passing school house lot at chains to thcbeginnin and containing 113 Said i which U composed of No i and 3 as acconwunying is di vided into a follows ex cluding cwKch yard and in consist of tic Southeast of tract No and the South portion of tract In boundary i Is hounded as Beginning at the North side of a branch corner to Mrs M Carter thence down said branch with her line S 84 H 440 chains S Ri ia E 188 chains to a in the South edge of branch in line to tame and corner to D Ledford thence leaving branch anti with Lcdford a fence a hill S 20 12 W 400 chains S 25 34 W raising corner to Lcdford and at 80 links In nil 295 S 12 W 400 chaini S 38 W patting cor ner to grave yard at in all 8a 13 W North edge of Oil Well road cor tier to Grave and school house thence with school hue lot 1 1 Commizianor s Vs Its MONDA AUGUST itciweco lii our of In n III It clnlC county court w E 1111 I Mrs SIS V 29 schoolhouse hlekor sup corner lit graveyard said lot- S beltlnnlll lows to stake 00 o tra three from No I he first III e Part No I I Nu I F II 276 chains to a on I slate hank cat I arl I I I t OURT raid nit I 4 C i an sal pins 6 V acrc tarts graveyard un 7 S tu W Mtlioal house lot mid Licit Puts acre tract of Carters Inndi llitne with raid tract mid Well fund S 7J W 815 chain In a point In the middle of mid Vcrnon rond thence with middle ol aid tooth S 18 1C chains S 10 li ctrnlni 16 n point In lilt middle of mail corner Lytlja I Palmer 5 acre tract antI acrc tract of Carters with rond S 64 14 K poinni III the middle posed cnriirr to Jivr them leaving ri line to untile S Wi W chums In n young marked hickory uippoicd corner to nme and J thence nl line to J Stnrmrs N 31 W 7511 chains N SO W looo chains S W 11 W 350 chains to a point in ld line nnd corner to part No J tluncc will line of part No 3 N 40 14 li 1460 chains to n point in n drain 29 links S 30 t2 It from n marked chestnut pointer thence N 5 34 3 8 chains N so 14 1C 270 chains to a point 15 link South of n mark ed hickory pointer thence N 30 It 367 chains In n point In the middle of the Paint Lick and Copper Creek tike at the South edge of n culvert nenr n store house corner to No 2 nnd 3 thence with line of No 3 N 37 E 1 12 chains N 58 E 130 chains to a point 5 feet haul of the Southeast corner of a corn crib thence N 48 12 K 446 chains N IJ E 304 chains N 85 It 1040 chains to the beginning anti contain hIlt 6131 acres Part No 2 consists of the North west of tract No i anti is hounded as follows llcKinning at a point in the middle of the Copper Creek anti Paint Lick turnpike at the South edge of n culvert near a store house and to parts Nos i and 31 thence with the line of part No 1 up a branch hilt not with its tnindcrs S 30 W 367 chains to n 15 links South of a young marked hickory pointer thence S 2014 W 270 chains S 5 34 W 38 challis to n point 29 links S joia E from n marked chestnut th Ice S 14 W 1460 chains in supposed in r iiiua uini tf part No t with supposed line to saul Stormcs S B6 12 65 chains to i white oak N 2 E chains corner to Montgonv cry and Campbell thence with Camp hell S 73 E 265 chains to a stone corner to saute thence N 24 E QOJ chains to a point In middle of before mentioned pike thence with middle of said pike S 73 E 875 challis to a in the middle of same corner to Woods and anti corner to part No 3 of tract No 2 thence still with milieU of pike anti with line of part No 3 S 71 E 37 chains to the beginning antI con taming 2749 acres Part No 3 consists of the North portion of tract No 2 and is hounded as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of the Copper Creek and Paint Lick turnpike and corner to Woods anil Campbell said point is N 71 W 371 chains from the South edge of a cut veTS at Northwest corner of store house at Cnrtcrsvillc thence leaving pike with line to said Woods Campbell N 53 E 525 chains N 34 W 3187 chains N 4 W 260 chains to a stone on Montgomery line anti corner to W C Winn thence with Winn N 86 E 450 challis to an ash stump thence down drain S 87 E 231 chains N 89 450 chains N 70 34 E 662 challis to point in siad drain in litlc to said Winn and Childs thence with said Childs S 27 12 E 35i8chains to n stake on the North sid of another branch corner to MrsJK M Carter anti to part No i thence up said branch with line to t irt No I S 85 W 1046 chains S8 14 W 304 chains S 48 13 Vf chains to a point 5 feet Northr of the Southeast corner of a S 58 W 130 chains S 36 3W 112 chains to n point in the of the before mentioned pike at the South edge of a culvert near a stone house corner to parts Nos i anti 2 thcncc with middle of said pike anti with No 2 N 71 W 371 to the begin and containing 05 acres Aftcr offering said three parts separately they will be offered as n whole and the bid or bids realizing acceptedBoundary in Garrard county Kentucky contains 17117 acres antI embraces the Susie K Lcavcll tract and that part of the Jonathan Crcccli tract now owned by J B Carters heirs and is bounded as follows Beginning at an elm tree standing 62 links to a point in the middle ol the Paint Lick and Copper Creek turnpike thence middle and meanders of same S 8 E 450 chains S 7 14 W 712 chains 16 14 E 540 challIS S 3 12 E 625 chains S E chains to a point on the West side of creek at turn of anti corner to parcel No 2 thence leaving pike anti with lute of same anti also line of Susie K Leavcll tract crossing creek N 79 E chains to a stake on the North side of and near a small drain thence E chains to a stake 3 feet West of a black walnut antI in Hue to Elias Smith thence his line N 3 14 E 771 challis to a point corner to saute anti corner to the Jonathan Creech tract of Carters Innd thence still with Smith and with Creech tract S 83 E 800 chains to an ash on the East side of a anti to Smith a wire fence N 22 E 715 chaos to a black chains to a black wtunnt on a thence N assing a marked black walnut It chains III nil hank of and 8 links down the branch from mi dm cor tier tQ W C Winn i thence with Winn up Shield1 branch S 48 W 509 chains S 60 W 602 to n point 8 feet West of a black walnut corner to said Creech tract thence N 70 W 607 chains t n a hickory corner to W P thence N ia W 1850 challis S 85 34 W crossing fork at chains in 850 chains to a point 6 feet of a marked S 13 W 8o chains S 10 W 206 chains S 34 W chains In the beginning contain hilt 17117 acres No 3 lies III finrrard Kentucky and contains nun eaky tract and a part of the Robert R ttfl1U 1ft j 1 II I I land JMo to n of culvert tn 1 It 3 It j 011 II It curlier I IOtaline J corner 6 co n rihi Anderson I rain In- line i the lice with walnut IJ2 chain to a 48 14 W 678 7 51 chtaiiis to n II I the South edge of ShikhtY hranch i I antI acres embraces the K trite s e Y w fill ilIIs slip with I I St nr sties iii 8 Joint 1 iso 3 I 1an- a3 It- t S- Ro stiag jj 3SIthiackbcry 6 t conn bouot4ctt nS- T i n the West of lit PattI Lick nnd Copper Creek turnpike corner to Clark i pike mid with larks line S 89 ia 400 chnliti to n tlnirn stump S 77 K 1150 chains to n 4 fret n leaning locust III nil old grave yard S d5 t2 E to Jo chains n stnko In a pond shout to feet Northwest of a willow S I tJ U rlmlns to point on Ihr side n lull old lull red oak slump 6 V 8 chains 4 I fc rt r u- clmlns In n staff In lint to Clark mid earlier to snid stake Is in it stf ne fence nnd Is S 78 W chains from n red oak stump nearly tour tItmice with N 5 13 P 1440 N Po V 818 clmlns In n feet West of n wnlnnt corner to same and in line to Yenky tract mid corner to Robert K tract of Carters Inudi thence with Creech N IS E M IJ elmlns to n sugar tree Hump in n stone fciicc N 2 t4 K passing cur tier to Creech nud UlnA Smith nt I 21 clmlns III nil 529 chains to n stake feet West of n blnck walnut In line to Klin Smith anti corner to bound ary No 3 thence with No 2 N 8c chains to A stake on the North side of nnd near n small drain S 79 W u12 challis to n in the middle of the before mentioned turnpike thence will middle nnd meanders of said pike S 79 12 E crossing creek 135 chain1 to n turn of road S 10 ia K loot chains S 30 E 387 chains S to 3j R 375 chains S 12 E 284 chains S s 12 E 236 chains to the begin nln p anti containing 1138 acres Said batimlaries of 2 and will be sold separately and then to gcther and or hills rcalliiuii the most iidmey will be accepted lUuitiilarw N y t lies III acres anti ns the Nanic B Innes on the waters ol WlUe Llcfr and is bounded as lows iivginuing nt a point in the mid lie of the Paint Lick and Cope Creek iiikc corner to Wcddcll thence leaving the pike and Wcddcll N 83 34 W 1605 chain lo a point III the South edge f branch corner to Gill if llcrmlcm thence up snid branch with mean tIers nnd with Gill ft llerndon S lj W 1012 chains S I ia W 7c chains S 20 W 401 chains S 15 W 439 chains S 41 W 424 chains S 0 34 W 740 chains S 37 W isc chains S 9 W 250 chains S 36 325 chains S 16 W 112 chains It a point in the middle of said branch dormer to sonic and tn K Arnold thence leaving said branch and will said Arnold S 85 12 E 820 chair to a stone N 12 12 E 283 chain to a black walnut anti hickory thence S 85 14 E 1221 chains to 1 black walnut corner to said Arnobl and E Clark thence with said Clam S 87 14 E crossing Kennedys fork at 1570 chains in all 1633 chains to a point III the middle of the before mentioned turnpike corner to same anti also corner to tract No 3 thence with middle anti meanders ol said pike N JO W 334 chains N 10 i W looo chains N 79 I a W 1 35 chain N I W 356 chains N 2 is W 425 chains N 16 14 W 540 chains N 7 14 E 7U chains N 8 W 40 chains Xlb the begin 1 tr llminilary 40 acre anil in mi th of Drakes ercc in Garraril rtminy Kentucky ami boumlril as Bcpiimlng at a point in illc of cnnnty road in line to I Leavcll corner to Isaaih Kelly thence with Kelly S 20 14 NV 6j links S 30 W 400 chains S 4 12 W 1038 chains tn a point it the iniilillc of said mail corner tr sail Kelly anil W II Fnrr thence leaving the road anil with Form H 3975 chain to a stnne and wal tint 5tuinp corner to I Koyston and Abe Faulkner thence wit Faulkner N 33 13 V 1360 chair to an ash stump corner to Lcavcll thence his line N 86 12 W 352 chains to the beginning and con taining 4000 acres Bouiulary No 7 contains 478 acres anil lies in Kockcastlc county on the waters nf Copper creek and is hounded as follows ItcKlnnint at a point on the South side of Meadow branch about Co yards above mouth of saute and Mud Lick antI corner to F F Hob hint thence with said Kobbins up South bank of Meadow branch N 28 W 1880 chains to a stake and hick amy pointer on North batik of branch old call Hum and two corner to same and to Cashby thence supposed lute to said Williams S sl 34 W to a poplar marked thence S 20 K 1350 chains to a small white oak and hickory S 26 W 275 chains lo a bunch of dog wood sprouts sup posed corner to Robert thence N 53 W 600 chains N 89 12 W chains to a marked pine on a point supposed corner to Hicks and supposed line to said Hoskins S 1410 to two pines supposed corner to same Robert licks thence sup posed line Hicks S 74 34 E 1150 chains to a fine stump E 930 to F F R hills thence his line N 51 34 E I 78 plains to the anti c 4 8 acres Noyfi contains 284 acres and lies III county on head waters of witc Lick antI Creek on Lancaster and Alt Vernon dirt road about i 12 mites i Southwest of Cartersville- BcfiinninK at a painted white oak on the East side of saul road corner to Puts and Carter and thence croishiR the road nnd with Cornciltioii N 76 12 W 1538 chains to a white oak stump nearly gone shown as corner white oak hickory and double chestnut N 14 Ja E 626 challis to a chestnut oak with pine pointers on a point shown by Pitts as earlier 14 crossing branch at 450 chains in all 840 chains tn a white oak stump shown by Pitts as the locusts a don wood and sassafras pointers S E 540 chains to n between li young leaning and a white ns pointers N 49 E to a gusto hickory and N a marked forked black oak on a bluff at 604 In all chains to 4 marked black oaks N W 466 chains to i stake white oak sour wood anti lassafrai pointers N 25 3 R hains to a twn white pointers one lately cut downi ff i i3 IQI I j 5 t C 5 f 1 to11 I III1 1Y ict S ift 1llIt 5 2 i eOllllly anti contains ioo itlOwn fol a I lIill waGs Is the said heirs i Williams 8 t chains to a III cornet h S 00 chnln I oak 1 1 I s I 1 1i stake S tO Iii teL i hInd Nut ii Ketti trJtlIi acres 1 k Imi- ru S- It Ii S I drain beginning lie iitic 3 ci oftk Ifiltnli N la W 4 clialni m A i ifcft tM M ir rni clmlnt to II In the middle of a lirnnclt two poplar pblnlrrs marked sPIt of drain cnrtidt UT salne and In hut In Pitts and CVrtcri thence with last named S it It 2150 chains I S H W MJO chain tn the ciiitalniiiK 284 acfes Boundary No y contains 2058 ncrr nnd corners m the tract In iarrard County Ky nud Is hounded as nt a white oak tIne bcKlnnliu corner of trnct No 9 on the East side of the Lancaster nUll Mt Vcrnon dirt road and cor ncr to Curnellioni thence S it W road dliKonilly 1059 chains to n In the middle of road nnd ahmtt 6 feet Vest of n white oak slump the East side of road corner to It W Hortoni thence IcivltiK rond with said Horton S 56 12 E 1175 chaini to n white oak on the North side of and 4 feet from a hollowcorncr to saute mid B tlinice line to said Kafliscy by protraction N 20 14 E chains to n corner to nmc and In line Puts nnd Carter thciuie their 11111 S 74 W t6no cjinlns to the acres No lo contains 1470 acres lies on the waters of Copper Creek In Hockcnslle Ky Is noiindcd ns follows in middle of road 48 links West of a marked white oak on tho North side of road In line to Chins Wren thence with Wren S 82 E 1508 chnlni to a marked pine on n high point thence S r 13 E uyo to n white oak and hickory corner to same thence supposed line N 37 IJ W 347 34 W 1900 chains to n stake on the Southeast batik of a branch white oak stump double beech nine white blackjack thence down branch crossing same S ia W challis tn the beginning containing 1470 acres Boundary No It contains 75 acres nod III Garrnrd Kentucky on the waters of Copper about three miles Southwest of Cartersville Said tract of land was deeded tn B Carter by B F Slavin and Eliza Slavln his wife anti is designated as tract Nb 3 in saM deed and said tract of land Is boimded as follows Carter on on the Hast by J B drier on South by J B Henry Cainll and contain 75 acres more or less sale is for dividing the among the plaintiffs antI defendants ns their appear from pre ceding and orders judgments In the above styled action At the same time and place anti between the same hours com mlsiioncr will rent what Is known as boundary No 5 lying and being In county Kentucky on Broaddus branch 30202 acres for the year 1910 and the terms of said renting will be a note of approved security nary I 1911 a reservation for seeding will be hail for the fall of 1910 antI the said land so rented Is to be cultivated as follows No grass Innd to be cultivated anti 70 acres In wheat rye or oats to se 5 acres of tobacco land out of wheat land also privilege reserved to sow wheat land in grass Said note to he payable to the under signed commissioner at maturity TERMS OF SALE Said sale of the lands will be made on a credit of six and twelve month and the i i t i W vw good and se to the undersigned iff sinner payable to anti of equal in six per cent interest from date nutil paid bonus taken for each respective of land shall be of equal amount so as to make one half of purchnsc money tine III six months from anti one half due in twelve months from dale Said bunds shall have the force and effect of judgment upon which exc cutlon may issue not nt ma tnrity anti In order to further secure the payment of said bonds I shall n each respective tract of land for which said bonds are respectively executed M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult CourtI U WALKER Attorney for Plaintiffs This August 4 1909 A Is Responsible for Most of Con tlpatlon Intho World There are many Laxative Pills but It Is doubtful If any arc so tniclent In compelling a Iszy liver to perform Its duty as Booths Laxative Pills Their action on the liver and bowels Is certain yet gentle and cITectlvo They promptly cure constipation by tonlnif of tIm liver stomach and bowels They create an appetite and will cause an Improvement In the general condition or any run down person HoutliN Pills act so gently and et8Hon tho bowels that they give a Jiw ius surprise to who have beet using ordinary Laxa Lives It McRoborts sells them for 25 cents a box and ho knows they are all that Is claimed fur them I had beer a victim of constipation for a long time Bojeral remedies wore usod by mo without any apparent relief Seeing Booths Laxative wide Iy advertised I procured a treatment 1 found tint remedy was far ahead if liny other that 1 had UNod Malcolm Qowa Marshall tit hattIe Greek MIONAindigestionIt WHO or moiioy back Largo bo of tab t m W lnwn iitts M corner salt S I U tuo challis e 011 hehlll ilK Ialll j its hl the r the North hrIJ n thl Vest VII mot and heretofore er will execute for the with payable illl elf nnulII S Id tract LAZY LIVER the x tlve 1 sufferers E po aU II llllaeh l1 tIt m aU WW 3 p by IO hhtcticc down arauich 7 toja ajlt w itt nit tis I- On by Cart ect nta learing Mid r 111th cures dii uti6Q I ti