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BHViif5rK r Hmgh THE CENTRAL RECORD1VRK IIKMOWN VNTAllNmtRD TWHHTtMTIt VH Alt LANCASTER FJUDAY AUGUST 13 1000 xuxnn ao I AND 00011 aOJlWNtJNT KY t t II r 1 1EiIUG RACY WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS J J Etc u 1 t 4 t KldF M preaching nt Bycamoro school house each evening this week but will flll Ills pulpit at tlio Christian church Hundar morning DThoso wishing to tako advantage of Wyntld nnnunl summer tour should Moo Joseph at once on very litho tine Is left In which to make arrangements Sala of City Property Hughes St Hwlnebroad report that they have Just sold for Mrs Hlddlo Robinson her property on Hlchmond- Rtrcct to MM Allco Walker for 14000 Dove Season As the game lawln regard to doves was lifted August 1st the Jove hunters may again try their skill There will bo little however until the hemp Is cut which will be a few weeks off What It takes a rich man to draw a check a pretty girl to draw attention a horse to draw a cart a porous plaster to draw the skin a toper to draw a cork a free lunch to draw A crowd and on advertisement In the homo paper to draw trado Send In your ad for the drawing School Trustee Election On lost Saturday August 7th there was a school trustee election hold In thin countybut we are not able to give all the names of those elected wo hear that A J Hammark was elected In Union district to succeed R P Parsons and A K Walker was elected to serve at West Point Rents In Lincoln Mr W P Klncald of Uarrard has rented the Mark Ilurdln warehouse for this season and will buy and store tobacco In It He also has a largo house at Paint Lick and will bo In the market at all times Klncald will open a warehouse either at Kings Mountain or McKinney where ho will buy all grades of tobac co Interior Journal Lancaster Colored Fair As we go to press wo are told by the management o the Colored Fair that financial success Is assured by the large number of ylsltors who have come to the fair Secretary James Williams and Presi dent Goo Moran together with the directors have worked hard to make this the best fair the colored people had and we bcllovo they will suc ceedThey took advantage of the famous Hamilton Military Hand of Lcxlng tonby giving a concert In Euclid Park Wednesday night Tim music was tine and entertained the crowd per featly finder is t Mrs J sport It however In duo time Mr have Takes One Hundred v Fifty ODDS and ENDS In Mens and Youths SUITS Ranging in price from 1 0OO 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 H T Logan Reduction also in our entire CLOTHING DEPARTMENT s I I 1 I Dr I y MORE CONCERNING SEATTLE Or The New York of Tho Item HKCOIID A tow moro facts may bo In tcrcstlng limo trlto nuylntr You cannot tench nn old dog now tricks rhinos not hold good In my case I Imvo learned much nlnco my arrival here null I am bewildered when I consider tho fret that I will not bo enabled to grasp a small part of the wonderful charges that are taking place In this city and tho surrounding country where tho possibilities tho push Indus try arid cnlcfprlHO exceed all estima tion Although I passed tliVough Boston Now Haven Chicago and many cities en route I have seen more strangers here than at any place liavlng met at least one hundred with whom I have no acquaintance what over arid as represented here an In troduction would avail untiling The lupers hero are larger than those In most Rrtstcrn cities and have a table of contents on the first page so that any article can be readily found Of course I enjoy them but the Limo of the arrival of tho Record tho Interior Journal tho Climax and other Ken tucky papers is hailed with delight Lumbering and fruit growing are among tho chief Industries timothy clover and alfalfa arc grown Fruit orchards sell for 1 1000 aero I am told that pumpkins do not thrive hern because tho vines grow so rapidly that they drag the llltlu pumpkins about so quickly that they are destroyed There Is a greater variety of crops grown In Kentucky but those grown hero yield Banks reflect the growth commerce and wealth of a country There arc 20 banks here with capital from tCOO 000 to over a million dollars and one hundred thousand to 8300000 surplus This city recently gained 48 per cent In bank clearings and 20 per cent In building big buildings being planned and contractors being forced to refuse some contracts In order to form some cunceptlon of the people hero 1 note that 30000 attend tho exposl tion dally and tho street cars carry 400000 people each day The fair Is a great success and several millions of dollars will be left here The exhibits of Japan Hawaii and other countries lire highly Instructive Dud I Intend to bring Mrs F P Frlnble some A visit to the government build Ing Is worth a year of reading and study There wo learned that we aro destroying 20 billions of feet of lumber annually and raising only 7 billions of feet and that It requires one thous and years fur nature 13 restore one foot of lust sell Hence tho necessity of caring for soil A trip across and around PUllet Sound a linger of the mighty Pacific was full of Interest for me Hills are washed down to till up tho tide Hats to make room for railroad shops tracks and largo manufacturing plants We are eating plenty of fish and the boys at home would be delighted to join Percy and me In catching large tine trout on Lake Crescent In a nutshell tho beautiful parks tho superb homes tho business houses the schools and other Institutions that tend to uplift and elevate mankind all conspire to verify the expression Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Stand TrulyM D II Definition of a Knocker A knocker Is a moss backed swivel headed penurious solllsh suspicious whining hesitating nearsighted fel low Ills eyes have a fondness for scarecrows and skeletons his cars seem to itch for grunts groans and shrieks of distress Ills volco seems a strange combination of tile squeal of a pig the bray of a donkey and the growl of an old colleo mill Perfume to him Is nauseating but his noso laughs at a touch of carrion He to talk tho inequalities of life tho oppression of government bust ness failures and Is a great prophet of evil To him the future In a dungeon of horrors Ho says conditions have grown worse fur a lung tine and will do so moro rapidly In tho future Ho has all tho horrors of memories with out tho pleasures of hope He Is mis urablo when ho Is happy and happy when ho Is miserable The suggestion of any Improvement gives him a nightmare Stagnation Is his ideal condition Ho docs not be hove In any outlay for the building of schools churches roads bridges waterworks sowers sidewalks or any other public because our fathers did not Have all of them and ho does nut believe In leaving these things for children but wants them to tako euro of as ho has dono Ho dwells among tho tombs holds close common Ion with the mummies seems sorry that ho Is alive and Is glad that lie is going to dlo A knockor Is worse than a wart on time publlo noso HQ Is a cancerous growth upon tho taco uf social beauty Ho Is tho tuberculosis of life He Is a crick In the neck a catch In tho time string halted bulky horse in the team a brake upon tho wagon bound uplilll tho leak In tho steam chest of the engine the short circuit of time electrlo battery tho discordant noto In music Men with healthful spirit tor publlo Improvement him as they would a leper tread on him us a serpent and despise him as a howling coyote Jessamine Now West to thlll pined per abundantly Improvement his 1 Bluegrass souvenirs delights pavements themselves back shu Prohibition Chautauqua Although tlio Chautttuqua was a row days late there was great Interest manifested throughout the meeting fho afternoon services which were held In Court House worn fairly well attended tool time night services held In thin park draw unusually largo crowds Tho special music was a most pleas ing feature being rendered by male qttartctts and violin solos lion Franks Regan tho celebrated car toonist convinced his hearers of the fact that ho was really tho greatest Tax expert of the country show Ing whore the revenue crones from Thin was fully Illustrated with his cartoons Mr Gardner the cornet soloist of national fame on account of having played with Sousas famous band rendered a number of very choice se lections and also spoke convincingly on tho Confiscation of Property ChasJHall1TlioCalifornla Wizard delivered a number of telling address es notably his sermon on the Minis try of Love Sunday morning at tho Christian church Ho also spoke at other times with telling effect on such themes an Who takes the Conse quences and Signs of Promise Among tho most unique characters was Captain Stanley who composed and sang songs peculiar to his own style of both thought and music which were heartily enjoyed by all that heard him Ho was a converted comedian and spoke largely of his ex perience during tho many years of In temperate living Ills happy stylo and sincere method made him very popular with his audience The two most popular songs was Serving the Lord In My Own Weak Way and Kentucky Is Going Dry Last of all and the most eloquent moan was Jo Jamison who closed tho Chautauqua with four most addresses which convinced many people that George W Bain was right when he said I have beard Hreckenrldge Marshal and all the other orators of the past halt century but Jamison beats them all Ho Is a worthy son of Ireland that has become by adoption a famous son of America It was pleasing to many of his auditors to hear his tributes to tne Southland and her noble people As a whole the programme was good and awakened much Interest In the cause of temperance The purpose of such work Is to inaugurate a for StateWide Prohibition Much credit Is due tho local W C T U for their loyalty and persistence In bringing such talent Into the com munityAll the churches In tho city join ed In the support of the cnautauqua which helped make It a great success Proclamation by the Governor Gov Wlllson prepared a proclama tion to the people of Kentucky calling upon them to assist tho sheep owners and proper authorities In stamping out the disease of scabies In the State and to prevent the quarantine against Kentuckys sheep It Is as follows rime Government Inspectors report scabies In many sheep In Kentucky and a calamity of a Federal quaran tine on Kentucky sheep is sure to bo Imposed unless our people take action to stamp out the disease The remedy Is so simple that tho prevalence of the disease Is wholly duo to neglect and I will call upon every sheep ownor in the State for his own sake and for the sake of tho sheep Industry In to at once take measures to stamp out this disease the remedy for which Is simple and well known and the cost of which Is only a traction of the In evitable loss if we fall to take the pro per action I have Interceded with the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States to suspend taking IDeas urea to quarantine the sheep of Ken tucky until we can have a reasonable chance to stamp out the disease our selvesIn to advlso all of time County Judges and County Attorneys of the necessity of thorough and prompt ac Lion I Invite every County Judge and County Attorney In Kentucky to meet with time Kentucky Sheep Breeders Association at tho Kentucky State Fair at Louisville on Wednesday September 16 1000 and all sheep breeders and sheep owners and their representatives are earnestly invited to attend at the same time in order that all may counsel together and that such action shall be taken that wo shell wipe out tho disease and avoid tho great Injury and loss which will happen to time State It we full to act promptly Tho loss which would bo suffered by failure to act would amount to hundreds af thousands of dollars as I atn Informed by tho best posted men In tho State and It can be saved by good work and quick work at a vory slight expense Lot us all to do our duty AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky A Method Of Eradicating Tho Wild Onion I The oftlca of Farm Management United States Department of has now ready for dlstrlbuslon u circular giving a detailed dissuasion of tho wild onion problem and outlin InK a plan whereby the pest can be ex terminated This circular will be sent to any person requesting It Bibscrbe The llwoun famous t J I I t cooperate tree far remarkable campaign Kentucky Agriculture MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS I i VO001 jtA 7q ttTotoo 1o i You will see something new in FARM WAGONS HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickory I a J Old f sI y 5 E70p7tt FGrFnstit ttq ClVB7latt Qtd r frAirrit7litAA67tt3tfr r WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON marketW RomansLancaster Kentucky it 9 i c Y Land A big land trado was made between WS Ilensloy and W T King when swapped farms Mr Hensley gave Mr KInK 40 per aero for his term of 340 acres near Buena Vista at the same time soiling his farm of 121 acres near Lowell to Mr King at 1120 per acre Mrs Edna Francis sold her farm of 100 acres on Buckeye plko to Mr T L Yantis for 170 per acre Mln Mason Hostess Miss Edna Mason was hostess at a delightful dinner party Tuesday Tho table was beautifully decorated with pink begonias and a pink dahlia was with each place card Pink candles and pink Ices and mints carried out the color scheme Covers wore laid for the following Misses Ozzle Young Lottie Mae Mc Roberts Sophronla Fox and Messrs W Fox Logan J S Haaoldon Louis Ulll Clay Kauffman Horace Walker and Oascoui Ford Eleanor Swlnobroad After an Illness of several weeks Eleanor the eighteen months old daughter of Mr and II Swine broad died Friday evening The funeral services wore at the residence on Richmond by Dr E II Pearce Saturday morning and the Interment followed In Lancaster cemetery Though her soul U at peace with God mid her suffering ended yet It teems harder for parents to give up one of such tender ago than an older one Time entire community expresses sym pathy tQ tho bereaved parents I Mrs G conducted street Sales hey To Correspondents The splendid letters from Marks bury Union and Buena Vista woro omitted from this Issue because they did not reach our olllco till Wednes day morning Correspondents will please mall thorn hereafter on Mon day that they may reach us Monday evenings It takes moro than a corkscrew nowadays to draw a customers order My lazy son has at last decided on a profession that bo thinks hell like Good What has ho chosen Ho wants to bo a lineman for a wireless telegraph company Cleve land Loader you over go up In a balloon asked Maymo Yes accldently replied Spryng 11 1 happened to bo In tho basket when the ropes were cut and 1 didnt have limo to jump out I suppose you were angry Yes It did make me soar Will sol City Taxpayers Vnim ni I u In vna first day of Water bonds duo wo lion 111 court U oclock to 10 a in pay your taxes L E er Marshal 8lj il liPid i I I t tr Notice are duo since the Mar worNneed Q immune to me nut i sea w IOn me at onlco I olleo a from Como fOnt Ewes Fe Sal a 600 young ewes for number R awry h a will soon Thus 1 t f CENTRAL 11ECOII HRUKD WKKKU 1109 A YKAK S HUGHES KdfPubr MtmbtrKy pe AMoolrdlori end Elohth District Publish L BU Lancaster Ky August 13 190B pats For Political For Precinct and City Offices 1 Goo For County Olllccs 1000 For State and District Ortlccs 1600 Fur Cull per lino 10 For Cards per lino 10 For all publications In tho Inter 8 est of Individuate expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 trd 011 loll Ollll GOll- ketlllCII Announcement t to i r T- i 6 1 r M- ldtl l Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saufloy Fur Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator 11 L Hubble For Representative J O Bogle For Circuit Clerk W U Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourse For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the of Uarrard county 1 am the Republican noml neo for County Attorney and will preciate Ii D It took seven columns with more yet to come for Editor Bell to apol ogize for on empty state treasury and that state warrants are being held up because of It But the fact remains that the Democratic administration met all bills million dollar capitol turned the reigns of govern lent over to the hungry horde with over a million In the treasury and all this at a lower tax rate than Is the style at present with the Repub leans trying to steer the ship of state Old Aba certainly said something when he made that little remark about tooling the people sometimes The Republicans wont be able to do It twice In succession Harrodsburg If It were not for the redeeming fen ture of the Blue Grass lair at Lexing ton this week the city would certain ly look to outsiders that It was an time for them as Judge Parker declared the election of city void some persons who owned hand some vacant lots would not have the weeds cut the street car company bus been Indicted and there Is a water company war and weather Is hot We hope that the visitors to the fair this week will change their luck We received a letter from lion liar vey Helm asking that his RECOUD be sent to Stanford now Instead of Wash Ington The Interior Journal says lion Harvey Helm our Congressman arrived at home from Washington Friday looking firstrate after the busy session By the way he fared well In the assignments having been placed on Public Buildings and Insul ar Affair two Important commit tees The tobacco warehouse men are do log good business for themselves by securing promises from many grower of the state to disregard the proposed pools and send their tobacco to Louis vlllc fur sale while the Burley Tobacco Society and the Society of Equity are scrapping between themselves over the form of organization and pledge for a pool for the burley tobacco crop 1000 We are very thankful to Secretary E A Clillton for complimentary ticket to the Laurel County Fair to be held at London Kentucky August 24th to 27th Inclusive Hd said he hoped we could and wo do too for the London fair has the reputation of being one of the best In the state Many from here will attend The farinera of the country must be very much Interested In the scrap ping over the proposed pooling pledge between tho Society of Equity and tho Burley Tobacco Society As they are tho ones who will win or lose by the way this tight ends they should con Elder It well Djforo expressing either way In accepting the Invitation to speak t the Jellernonlan barbecue August 31st and September 1st former United States Senator James B MvCreary says that ho Is always ready to do that will promote victory fur Democratic patty I Hlggina Carrier- ape yuursuppurt Lullta U 1 UhO It every day I the I Jennie l r f e q I ir I t herald- S I unlucky i scorch 1 1I r r Y it i I t l k anything yaL 11 r g Mr A a Dean Is erecting a largo barnMr and Mrs Sam Duncan were In Frankfort last Friday Mrs Jctwa Duncan and baby spent tact wvek with relatives In this sec ties MM Flossie Bcrncll visiting her her sister Mrs Marlon Delaney nt Lex tauten Quito a number from this place went to High Bridge on the excursion SundayMlsa Lou Montgomery attended preaching Run In Mercer count last Sunday Mr and Mrs Earnest Montgomery Bro very happy over tho arrival of an pound girl on the 2nd Inst Mesdames Isaiah Johnson Martin Brogle and children were the guests of her daughter Mrs J E Shcrrow Saturday night and Sunday Mrs H R Montgomery son Wilbert and Miss ha Del Montgomery tended preaching at Scotts Fork and were the guests of Mrs Mary A San ders Saturday and Sunday Dlaagraaabla at Horn Lots of nun and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at issue Its not disposition Its the liver If you find In yourself that you feel cross around the bona little things worry you just buy a bottlo of Qallards Heroine and put your liver In shape You and everybody around you will feel better for It Price 60 cents per bottle Sold by R E Mc Roberts 1m E D Cook visited at DIll Mannings Sunday The fortune teller made a mistake last week There la a protracted meeting In progress at Level Green Jim Miller and family visited at Mrs M F Cormneys Sunday W H Furr bough part of a load corn of Rev Tbos Owens for a bbl delivered- J E Hammonds bought 0 barrels of corn from A F Edwards for 13 80cts per bbl at the crib There will be preaching at Good Hope next Saturday arid Sunday the pastor Rev A C Baird Protracted meeting began at flat many Sunday It Is conducted by Rev Davis of Whltlcy county Iy A J Hamtoack was elected Trustee In Union School district Saturday In place of Mr R F Parson whoso term of office expired J W Coldlron happened to the misfortune to get a good work mare badly crippled by getting a loose wire wrapped around her feet A Weakling Is the only way to describe the poor child that Is aflllcted with worms No matter how much or how often It eats the worms get all the from the food the child pots practl cally none Whites Cream Verml fuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no Dad after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts 1m GILES Llge Teater Is very sick at this hog Miss Ida Teater visited her brother George last week We regret to learn that Mrs James Gaheart Is very sick MIss Eunls Collins is very sick and not expected to live very long Mrs Prentice Walker visited her parents Mr and Mrs B Ray last SundayThe little son of Mr and Mrs Tom Floyd who has been very sick Is Improving BrotherE B lull filled his regular appointment at Chapel last Sunday with good attendance Wheat Is about all threshed and the yield Is better than generally expected but the quality Is paten good Mrs heather Ray and handsome little children visited her parents Mr and Mrs Geo Wylle last week Tobacco Is generally small and bud ding out very low All point to a light crop and poor quality- A protracted effortfor the splrlual uplifting of the people will begin at this place on the 1st of September conducted by brother E B Hill Men are queer beings When IheLord dont please them how do you expect a woman to do so A munch ago they were grumbling stout too much ruin and a few days ago It was too dry While Tom Peel was hauling lum her with a team of horses and steers the purses became frightened and ran the wagon over lily leg breaking a bono In the ankle AH It Is his crippled leg lie Is In a critical condition TwaaA Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tonn A mans life lion been saved and now Dr Kings Now Discovery U the talk if the town for curing 0 V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about ha writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings Now Discovery three weeks I tool like a new man unclean do good work again For weak soar or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay trover LaOrlpp Asthma or any Bronchial affection It stands unrivaled Price 60o and 1100 Trial Bottle tree Sold and guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts if JIJWUOS at Sliawnca lit b I wrIt- s t FLAT WOOD 1 Ica- ee t v General Newsy Tho Texas cotton crop Is In need of rain Tho plant Iti Loulsans and Tex as Is reported In good condition and some Improvement Is noted In Ala bama No effort to stop the Japanese from working lies developed at any point on the AutungMuckden railroad and It I reported that China lias formally withdrawn all objection to tho work ptocccdlng Whlli Spain shows calm In tho In tenor tho situation In Morocco Is still serious Spain Is Assembling reinforce to carry out thin purposes of her campaign In Africa while the Moors are gathering to resist the Spanish ad vance and thin week Is likely lo ace encounters of more or less gravity War between Turkey and Greece over the Island of Crete Is not consld Bred a possibility In European capitals The tour protecting Powers are Insist Ing that the matter be eettlcd amica bly Turkey Insists tbat she has not delivered an ultimatum and that her representations have been bally and In the friendliest tone possi blePresident Taft has decided that In appointing census supervisors Repub licans only will be named In the North emu and Western States In the States with the exception of Ken tucky Tennessee Missouri and North Carolina half of the supervisors will bo Democrats Considering tho tour Southern named as debatable ground the President will namo of his own party In tho hope of strengthening It At a conference between represent atives of the Society of Equity and the Burley Society at Winchester pro positions were made by tho Burley Society which will end the controversy between the two organizations The Burley Society agrees to pay the Equity Society tl a hogshead commis slop on tobacco pooled through local unions of the Equity Society will pay over to each county money received for tobacco ten days after receipt and will pay to the Equity Society tlOi00 of the pool of 1009 half of which go to the State society Seared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kellle cut wIth a by clamed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thIng needed at once Is Buck lens Arnica Salve to subdue Inflam nation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer Infallable for Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Joyd Born to the wife of Mr Jim Stone a 10 pound girl Mr Homer Stone lisa returned home tram Missouri very recently Mr Olllo Layne has returned home after spending several months In Nor mal Fla Mr Howard Logan and wife spent Sunday night with her mother Mrs Steve Walker Miss Yella Varnell Ray was the guest of Miss Mary Lee Layne Satur day and Sunday Misses Pearl and Beatrice Sanders and Mrs Johns spent last Wednesday with Mrs Cronlcy Broaddus Miss Etta B Ross who has been In very poor health has gone to Nansvlllo Ind accompanied by her uncle Mr S D Turner The Crime Of Idloneii Idleness means trouble for any one Its the same with a lazy liver It causes constipation headache aun dice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25o at R E McRoberts 1m BLUEGRASS FARM FOR SALE At executor of the will of MM 0 Gregory deceased I will on TUH8IUY AUOUSr tth 1MX at 10 oclock am on th premUei over or to tbo highest and best bidder tho llluitiratf Kara tltjiiud ou the eat of Hi Fall Lick and Turnpike 1J mlles from iolut taaylll and 4 rallvi Lan ekjr to icliooli and church only IK mlles to rail road it tlon Tblt arm co tulni 1I3S acr ti the entire rout on a go d and U pvrtcclljr level tho remainder I n Jell It hm a good room brick end j re lilunco i good barm bvilde tablet and honiei cud all other uecvmarr It Ii bountifully lUpplUd with water I never aillug iprljigi and good Thli year It U In cul tivation an follow In wheat about U acreio lull liiown In clover M acrei In In tobacco 31 acres In clover meadow 0 act In btarlug orchard and the re mainder In bluograii- ThU arm Ii illuated In Ihe heart o Uarrard Countra Urultig dlitrlcl and well and suitably located any kind ol arming deilrcd Taking all thetedcti cotuldera lion this Ii out Ibe moss dtilrable to be found Tide j lac will la offered isle In Klr t the tract lylugou the the ro n Including the dwelling and containing about JW acrvt will l e offered rilt lh op said containing about 113 will U offered bull the line dividing Ibeiulractilil be IU center of the said county rod at lib auo acreage In each tract to b a c luedtjr lurvcjr Then the entire ol i g will bo offered and be accepted armor wUhto air other Information will call on or write lh undermgned TUUJISi Three uotei with approved lecurltr lo be given ou the day of the amount of onethird ol the puronaie prlcv and parable January lit tell January JV1I sea January lit l Uri pe tlvly A lien to be retained ou the laud lo scour the paymenli othei note and Interest daleS notes to I January lit WOat Urn deed will be made on the payment of tald polo duo at that and except seeding privilege glvvti ttll Sale beglui prompt tl oclock WrCHAUl Executor r I Kovliiu Anct J l Lick K men made rver Southern members lOut knifebruised II Emma from Cler Kent u and tacos I e t crib tennln from pond famous for Iii of Iran for two comb Idll of coulIl posito of I u ro acres farm lI lei or bid thu mOil money will u tune dtriring lu see the pleas each for duo bear per per Ilium front IIID State sail splendid rid Ira out bulldivge acre cons 9 acre way tractor olds the bids sale let interest at whit line alb ComiiiliMtoiicrfl Halo of land OAUUAUD OlitCUlT COUUT Plaintiffs Martha Ac IXcfcudantii- Hy vlrture of u Judgomqrft of Circuit Court nt Its MONDAY AUGUST 23rd 1009 between the hours in and 4 p in It being County court day soil lo the i t ut Court House door Jh Lancaster Gar rard County Kentucky tho following I described real In Unrrurd County Kentucky on tho waters of Dlz old Danville and Lancaster turn rued and bounded us follows lleglnnlng point In the middle of the old turn toad corner to J V Cook now Jacob lloblnson thence with the mid dle of the pike H 34 W 11 chains S 30 W 060 chains S 47t W 1117 chains to the same turner to J F Robinson Sr thence leaving pike with his 43JW ZOfiO chains to n stake corner to same In line to W II Mos thence with said Moss N 42 K 712 chains to a stake N 331 K chains to a red oak stump corner to same E 362 chains to a stone corner S II Anderson thence with said Anderson S GOt K 31 05 chulns to the middle of time afore said turnpike thence with middle of same N 30 E 205 chains to a point In the middle of same corner to Mrs Lucy Anderson thence leaving Urn pike and with said Anderson S 05 K 1200 chains to a stone corner to same N CSt E SO 76 chains to a stono about 6 or 0 feet beyond a tree corner to saint S 32 B 1976 chains to a stake cornet to George with lila to same N 41 W 1016 to a stake corner to same thencoulcnti HII stake corner to J V thence with same N 60 W 33 pass Ing an elm the pike to the beginning containing two hun dred and sixteen acres Said parties derived Raid land by heritance from Jolt Wages and by the following deeds ono from L Walden and toJohn Wages nnd Axla Wages dated Sept 291 hKOO recorded In the Clerks omce of the Court In deed book22 iga 218 another deed from W P Carncs and wife to Axla Caulder dated Dec 4th 1007 and In said office In deed book 23 page another deed from Man Wages to Wages dated Aug 22nd 1007 and recorded In said office In deed hook 23 39 another deed from Pherln Valentine and husband to Axle Wages dated Aug 1st 1007 record cd In deed book 23 page 37 Said land will be as a whole and the sale Ismadn for the purpose of the payment of certain and the reinvestment of the proceeds In other lands TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute good to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said money bearing Oper cent Inter pst per annum from date of sate until tho force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may nt maturity A wli also be retained upon the land sold for tbo payment of the purchase moneyJ M ROTIIWELL MnstcrComr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Atty for Tiff This Aug 0 1009 Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT WIlliam Coldlron as AdminIstrator of J C Clause decd Plaintiff vs Russell douse c Defendants liy vlrturo of u Judgment of tin Gnrrurd Circuit at Us June toxin 10UO In the above styled action I us master 1000 Between the hours m and 4 p m It being County day sell to the highest mid bidder at the Court House Lancaster Gar rard County Kentucky tau following described real properly situated In Garrard on the waters of prakta Creek and bounded as Ueglnnmg a walnut tree In tbe old line lh nae S W 40 poles to n stone on a branch thence W 40 pules to a atomic thence N 02 W 181 poles S 70 W lot poles to a KUiiie thence N 87 W 60 poles to an old line thence with the Humo N poles to u stone N OS K poles to a stone thence U 79 K pulcH lo a stone thence b 40 K 10 poles to u stone thence S 48 K 72 crossing a ridge a grave yard thence a new lino N 381 K45 thence N 60 E 76 25 pole o turnpike road uicncu H 20 20 poles tosses U 17 B 331 pules those S 48 W 20 thence S 2 V 30 poles lo the beginning containing 88 acres more or less time sumo land conveyed to said J OClouxo by Win Coldlron and wilt dated April 20th 1007 and recorded the ollluo of the County Court In Deed took 22pugcs 616 and 610 Said lurid will bo as a whole and the sale U made fdr the purpose of to estate of U Cari rdecc ooo with 0 per cent pur uniiuin front April cud costs fur the further purpose of tho 0 TERMS Said sale will be a credit of 12 months und tho purchaser will bo required lo execute pay to time Mauler Commissioner fur said puiclmno mon ey bearing 0 per cent Interest an num from sale until paid nut paid at maturity the mime having force and effect of judgment A lien will also be upon land sold fur the payment purchase MIIOTIWJLL Muster Comr Gnrrard Court Louis L wtlkor This A ng 3 1000 Curse Mrs H A Sulzer Slephentiburg four Toullry Cure U alright 1 had a Imo turkey so sick with cholera she could nut oat and It cured hurt I also cured my chickens of pipes with It bold by Mount A Co Calder c the Juno lout In I 10 bovo action I M cute Issluncr un II hhlhe t the lnv Lancaster line N 17 01 N to lame Illld W 1018 to Ii etak corner chat t old dirt road S 3UI v 6 el Ins S 30 W 1018 chain chains to ft Goo land chains tre near and 24 283 Jill Colin all 23rd r10 a art IJ t Door u at 381 to II litullethence 2 E bOi 171 Ill b deed In payment uHhu debt J for 20U m I the settler out ur o Cluulio dec abed made on able l upon which execution may moneyJ Turkey Iy lit urhon J n s Asia Wages rei tertu styled Oa pike 411 line- S 41 chains s S341V33 Imp not Caulder recorded purchase true luuer MONDAY AUGU u b n tit 1Y t Old merest tit r Circuit t Fine I Believing that the of Kentucky be interested in the organization of the Citizens National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such company by subscribing for ito will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week First week August 2 10696000 if1r r tf T L r J Ii t 1 i 111 f1 t iY r JIrt1 i- ff j I I I i j1to rr a stockwe 1T X ti w 4 1 4- i a h 4Sy Life i1- s1Oq I N VI t i F M r S I Uptodate line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Full line Parmiilmnli j American Wire Fence M any height Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods C- P special price by dozen and 0 case A lot of good Lumber raj- tjnl at special price m 1 BECKER I n BRYANTSVILUi KY 1 Phones 15T and 370A PUBLIC SALE Having sold inns I will sell to tho highest and best bidder at my farm 1 mile South of llryanttivlllc Ky on THURSDAY AUO 20100 promptly at 10 u m tho towit Sixty Mules Ponies Jersey thirty Calves 72 Southdown old Oratorio dart Same Clinker 213 ono yearling stallion by Searchlight dam Ash land nine mitre with cults one extra goo suddlo mure 0 twoyear old c ltiy Mm Clark ono une fouryear old inure three year old horse IIIUIO Shetland Ponies 1 stallion eight brood which are native pomes Imported irons Reg istered 10 colts cults Cows and Calves 1 registered Jersey Hull three old 10 Cows with calves 2 yearling Jersey Heifers live yearling steers 00 purebred Kiiutlidown Ewes most of by a buck tout took Iho at Lexlng ton Fair 12 Southdown Mucks year llnux to fouryear olds in Hlioatw Jucks twoyearold Jack and two cults by sidle 1 Kaufman ono buggy nnlo oilurilOUhlO Set liar tobacco Bettor over been used 1 Momer safe cnuiilnallon lock In per feet order Fmlng con slating of drill corn planter mower rule hinder plows tor hay wagon cutting harrow hard turnaco 48 gallon capacity too luumeroiis to tion IlmiKiiliold and kitchen furnl tutu Including n lino Radiant Home Heater Refrigerator Kolul Oik Oillco Desk 1 solid Oak CHHO I wood Hook Case lot of old furniture anti numerous other things that von will want will bo furnished of the pedigreed stock known on day of sale nUNN CoU I M Dunn Auctioneer 8 Q3t oft riJ 111 Eallad Co I t told Itetland Cow lid Y II lid fit col two yearlnlt e mules Jontiets with Runn lit ono buggy lit ness tidies lot of i I at ru Rep with 10 swamis ut bees II i1FJ Ea o o 91 IBL rifi owing Horses 13 year yearling cnlU- ti r fuur ycar old mares ilve and 1eluce anti apedf I JEFF HERE Money for You H U till Banks Pay Interest on all You Save We Pay Interest on Spend Patronize your local dealer the concessions that are rightfully yours Take advaiilagipjf the stomps t IT jrwl by your neighboring merchants As you are aware log your money In a bank for a year you receive lly saving the Gold Trad Ing Stamp you will an Interest of 3 per cent and over on money that you have already spent this Interest being whenever you have one of our little looks tilled with stamps However In order to obtain this you will iieccmrlly have to trade at the stores this valuable stamp Hy confining your purchases to these stores It takes but a short time to fill a book Remember Merchants want you to ask for Gold Stamps and will gladly give you one stamp for every lucls represented In your purchase If you will only ask for It Hear In mind these mer chants make no advance the prices of their goods hut on time contrary tho Increase of trade secured for them by this plan will enable them to sell kitvcr than the lowest A cull will convince you at any of gan Clothing and Shoes Joseph Mercantile Co J Dry Goods and Notions E McRoberts Druggst Ada Kinnaird M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries- W M Bond Meat Cutter Samples of premiums can be seen at Joseph Mercantile Cos store Call at any store above mentioned and secure a book 1100 worth of Gold Stamps Free Begin to save theta now Gold Trading Stamps have a value double that of any other stamp and are good forever I a r rid Say old TracUna Stntnpr b de 3per C It crest rig the stores rs Millin r You bed coll- ectable that give in H T containing MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Building LOUI8VIUH KENTUCKY MI IIV KENTUCKY FAIIl DATES Tho following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 100U as fur as reported Ofllcors of fairs are requested to report to us any omis sions or correction of lutes Lollchlleld August 174 days HurbourHVlllo AUUUHI days Hrodhcud August 183 Shephenhvlllo August 83 days Kwlng August 103 lays riholbyvllle August 245 dUI London August 241 clays Florence AugUHt2S I days Frankfort August days llardlnsburg August 313 days September 1 6 days Fern Creek September 18 days JlimUtown September 1 4 days llodgonvlllc September 7 3 days Mnnllcello September 7 1 days Glasgow September 84 days Kentucky Louisville September 130 days Scotuvlllo September 103 days Hertford October 12 days lured August 6 0 and 7 ierryvllle August 183 data 314 titnlo air le 13days 14 Y0 e laets WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price pnjd for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hens Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office I H Nortllcatt1 ki i IL 1 MR FARMER if you want i good wheat crop got tho best 1m plomuntB viz Hoosier Wheat Oliver Plows Clarks Cutting Harrow Far superior to any other Chattanooga Disc Plows Syracuse Hillside Plows Vulcan Plows Studebaker Wng ons Oorydon Wagons Do you want a bnppy wife Got her a Majestic Range and Economy Fruit Jars The best made J E Mount Co JiI1tirelmrM1Jrnlj1Jii I i II Drill III I i s q Y r 4 N4aA- r r y G Il J I u WALKJ J c President J 8 JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED IMj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O LANCASTER KY CAlITAI 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSOK Cashier W O RtoNir AMt Omhr 0 D WALMU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbhi Lewis L Walker O A Arnold I I C I IJ A r 3 4- rv UNDERTAKER Arterial Eahltl Ona 011 nearIIIa a ry s and Cavity anal rOLL LINE or MSKITS AND nURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK t iI 0 enI CN Q g Q 0 W en I srssrasts a t- zWI std THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEMY PriiUtit J I STOBUES Vld Prul- S C DIY Ctiklir J F Robinson Aut Cishr R T Kmbry Bookkeeper DIHECTOKS Simi D Cochran Alex II Denny A 0 Jobn K Htormes B 0 LQIII WilliamsJ W I Robinson Denny CD Jt- xJ o C N rcI0U 0t THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPOKA- TRPUanoaater Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROBKRTS Prcst J C Rubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Prca J WrltLMORB Cashier 0 Ti u n A t CHhior R L tykin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Banc hood Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam whoro do you buy your COAL Aha doya only ono place to buy coal Boss and dnts right whar I sits mine down hnyah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Red Star Coal at nn do best jOe coal you char aeon for do money doys not a ollnkor in it Data right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders I Z L f 1iI 04 J It right Doya sot llcta w i i t c e L4 Y Gossip About People v v v A Drld Mention Comlnju and Oolnji by Thou Wt tie In J 0 Cox spent Sunday in Ulncln nttl Miss Kathleen Walter Is visiting relatives in Stanford W 0 Price of Danvlllo Is visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Price MM Maggie Tomllnson has from a visit to Lexington Wm Walker of Dccson Miss has joined his wife hero for a visit Miss Josephine Warren of Stanford Is visiting Miss Auglo Klnnalrd Mrs Nelson Mays of Taint Lick Is visiting Miss Amanda Anderson Mrs George T Farris returned Friday from a visit to tho Capitol Mr Asbury of Cave Springs Ga Is the guest of Dr James B Klnniard Mrs II 0 Payne of Lexington Is visiting her sister Mrs Jane Hopper Miss Lula Simpson of Marksbury Is with her cousin Miss Katie Simp sonMiss Annie IIerndon Is In visiting Mr and Mrs Leslie Hern donElder F M Tinder was called to I Georgetown Saturday to preach a fun eral Miss Rella Arnold leaves Monday for a stay III Cincinnati and Louis i Dr and Mrs G 0 Ferris and little son arc visiting relatives In Kirks vllleMrs Annie Singleton and daughter Elmer are visiting friends In Rich mood Samuel II Harris of Louisville Is with his parents Mr and Mrs E W HarrisMr Mrs Dyehouse havo taken rooms with Misses Martha and Salllo Tlllett Elder A R Moore of Birmingham Is the guest uf Mr and Mrs U D SimpsonMr Hopper of Covlngton Is with his brother Mr John Hopper for a visit Misses Emma Hays and Eloise Bcaz ley of Stanford are visiting Mrs J A Bcazley II M Ballou has gone to Olympian Springs In Lincoln county to spend a few days Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville spentSunday with Mrs Re becca West Mrs OBannon of Stanford has been the guest of Misses Fannie anti Bottle West After a pleasant visit to relatives L B Bcazley loft Thursday for San Angelo Texas Mr and Mrs Wm Mays of Paint Lick were recent guests of Mr and Mrs West Mrs Jennie Scott has returned from a very pleasant visit to her son Chas Scott of Cincinnati Homer Tlnsley and Jim Anderson have Bono to Mt Vernon to survey the streets for sidewalks Mrs Nannlo Jones and brother Dr J M Slayln of Danvlllo were recent visitors In Lancaster Miss Louise KaufTman left Wednes day for a visit to her cousin Miss Van Grccnleaf ot Richmond Miss Jennie Lackey left Tuesday visit to relatives In Lexington Georgetown and Paris Florence Johnson entertained a few of her young friends Wednesday In honor of Edna Berkley Mrs Emma Kauffman Is at home after a visit to her brother Mr John Greenleaf ot Richmond Mr T E Arnold and wife of Do Land Fla were tho guest of Mrs J S Johnson tho past week Allen Johnson Is attending a bOYs house party at the homo of Robert and Cable Arnold of Paint Lick Miss Scotta Petty Is at homo again after a visit to her mother Mrs Eliza both ratty at Decatur III Miss Eliza Lunsford has gone for a two weeks visit to Mrs A J Wells and Charles Scott ot Cincinnati Miss May Powell returned Monday from a pleasant stay with her aunt Mrs W T Short of Richmond Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy of Lin coin were with the Utters sister Mrs Dlckcrsou visit Mrs Annie Doty and son James have returned to their homo In Millers burg after a visit to relatives hero Mrs J Vincent Arnold and child ren of Birmingham are with tier par ents Mr and Mrs James Burnsldo Miss Mary Arnold left Friday for the Lexington fair also for a visit to her aunt Mrs Hugh Heniphlll of Nlcholwlllo Mrs Henry Simpson and little daughter Elizabeth Logan left Wed nesday for a visit to tag formers par ents lu Lexington Misses Annie May and Ellen Walk or have returned to their home In Richmond after a visit to their cousin Mrs Wood Burdnlde Mrs W R Marrs of Knoxyllle Tonn leayea this week Now York after a pleasant vIMt lo her parents Mr I 41 of the J I I I I vllle W T e I for a I for ashort for Li returned Lexington mid Mrs ilno U Anderson Mr and Mrs B llalley loft Wed husday fur their homo In California after a pleasant visit to her tutlioi Captain T A Klkln Mrs Oieo Huffman and grand daughter who visiting relatives huro retimed t their homo In Louisville Saturday The friends of Miss KathorlnoComi Mrs Salllo Ross Lawson and son George are glad to hour that they ur rapidly Improving from tho olTccts o fever Miss Willie Ilumoy of Eminence and Mrs II C Moody anti sun llun tor of Lexington have returned ti their homes utter a pleasant visit l Mrs E M Walker Mrs C II Clark and children hay returned to their homo In utter a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Bourne The were accompanied by Miss Bonnli Bourne who will mako them a visit Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Join Geo Harris Dr Klnnalrd sons John GUI and Virgil Dr Burn cttc W O Dunlap and O W Shu ears and sisters went to Blue Gras Fair in automobiles Monday Miss Stella Hendron has returnee From a live weeks stay In New York Ulty whore sho combined profit with pleasure seeing much that will be ui benefit In her future work which sin resumes at Madison Institute lu Sup Lcmber Tho following aro spending tills week at Dripping Springs Mlssct Carrie Currcy Martha and Helen Gill Mesdames Carrie Davidson 7 T Ulcc and daughter Mr and Mrs F P Hudson and Mcssrt R II Balson and R L Davidson Teacher of Physiology Now wo will illBscct this odd little anImal Uut first Jimmy Phallg will you toll mo what wo have horor Jimmy Palth and Its called a bat sir Teacher Very well Now how many kinds of bats aro there Jimmy Thoro aro folvo Tho black bat tho red bat tho acrobat the bat and tho brickbat sir Washington Plague Spots le In the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding grounds ol solaria germs These germs cause ilnlls rover and ague biliousness aundlcc lassitude weakness and general debility nod bring suffering 01 loath to thousands yearly But Elec tric Hitters never fall to destroy their and cure malaria troubles They arc he best all round tonic and cure foi malaria I ever used writes R M lames of Loucllet S 0 They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blooc Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them COc Guaranteed by R E McRobcrts 1m Administrators Sale As administrator of James Gay do eased thu undersigned will on FRIDAY AUGUST 27th 1U09 icglnnlng promptly at ten oclock i M at the of said Gay m Back Garrard county Ccntucky RMfl at public to bidder the following property 5 rollers 5 cows with calves cow 3 steers 23 hogs 2 work 2 work horses 2 work tunics binder mowing machine drill corn drill twohorso agon hay frame and jrarlous other arm Implements household and lichen furniture fTerms All ten dollars or under cash over ten dollars he purchaser note with good uretv said to be duo January st 1010 and to bear Interest at tho of six cent per annum from maturIty till paid and to be nepotla lo and tho National Bank f Lancaster Lancaster Ky This 1009- II S Administrator of JamesGay deceased HAF THE GREAT OPERATIC ARTISTS ARE DOING Greet artists like Melba Calve James and others devote as much to the preservation of their physl beauty as to Ino development of liolr voices and complexion the greatest care A smoothe elvety and complexion In con cctton luxuriant head of hair oklng fcvole Into an attractive and sclnatlng woman Women In professional life thor ighlr understand this tact How we hear too expression What beautiful head of hair or What lovely complexion etc Take a for Instance ot fifty years hair has become streaked with ray If sho thoroughly realized that Ban Hair Restorer would restore or hair to Its youthful beauty and abundance what would she not pay to possessed of It and If she now that applications of tho Re Lorcr to the taco would remove an blotches f and improve lie compUxlon a hundred fold be tan Hair Restorer and alp falling hair dandrutT etc or to Ban Hair Tonlo was always to be re ed upon All druggist have It for tie Try It K you use six bottles tho results are nut as claimed druggist will rotund you your R E MoRoberts recommends and ills those preparullorjf If you are gray liaised or your hair mmences to f can have time rat bottld cull and ask rlt or sale at all Druggists I 1 Pay L and Frisbie and son cree In tile idgbe dry wheat wheat al s s n rate AUiust 10th care cal III demand ro ate w hi will trans I the most commonplace often a a woman whoso become pimples et IIlde makl I her a oar litteen years younler sl use H m NoLL- SI1Y8 that to nov In his entire prac tlce In o slllilio Instance to ro storo grim h to color depending sololy upu that for I used condItions or the the of time hair time ant your money ou troo s mply ltubsuo Imvu bee Farm baseball stuns give ould tall crease growth do Business Items magazines oitor Stolen co gold st Back Comb Found Dont forgot the l2 days At 13500 and am it I hope to Insist For One Monarch Organ In condition Appli- v Dr W N Craig Oculist and Op Announcement Information apply Fto Joseph Lancaster Lot Coat eon name f pocket and contained a letter addressed to me reward the Under W F Loran W W Lexington JCy Is In Metal Jwottng Heady t Roof KyA one cent save you MO hundred dollars Write for Samples and prices B Per cent Money Will loan In sums of 11000 or more first on real estate It YOU will need l o money late tfils oj the now I to make r- 025tf B Sunday between S L Gibbs and Lancaster a Gentlemans 1th my them A reward Is offered If Haselden Bros store Hayden Glasses Found After Dutchman was packed gold It L R Flying Dutchman 86tf To Mommouth Cave August 25th on rptfular train Last rot time season JK 05 for a thrtwrjays lo divisions ten days limit on tickets See L N Agent 81321 Most for Your Dollar- I have some In tho West that must Improve We will sell our lest prints soda forlO cls other goods In Come save money C D Powell 8133 PUBLIC SALE Of and Stock Crop Having decided to change my place if business I will on THURSDA Y AUGUST 10th 09 it one oclock on the premises offer or sale to the best ny turn consisting of 81 acres sltua ed on and Lexington urnplke of Lancaster 3 or near JarksburyA entucky Close to schools and onehalf tulle tnfn Tilts farm has a good 5 room resl once new stock barn and all other icctssary out buildings Two good rebinds Itlssupplloi with never suing water cistern at house three and pond There are 30 acres In cultivation oumlnder In The fences are and In order This farm Is situated In the heart f Uurrurd Countys famous district near Camp Dick lublnson farm Anyone desiring to seolbe farm or halting other Information will lease or Terms lonehalf In hand nuance one three years At tho bwu time and place I will sell property Ono hay frame rock two cultivators dlso harrow II horrow frame harrow planter hay rake Hoosier hunt Vulcan double novels set of blacksmith tools a lot t carpenters tools grind stone box cider corn Bhellurj of wagon arum sot of cart saddle feet of lumber other timings numerous tomen patriot mare mules aow i 30 acres of corn In Terms of personal property all 1 120 and amount a of four months negotiable note well ndorsed payable In Garrard lank of Lancaster Ken ucky apt I M Dunn Auot 3 tIt YiL FI cwlf1M r Ju h fu Iretu u Ir1 Olt A nile tfitir ti Car pt SL 0 get Jlnlt It an paying t ills not e tr n Inlltl City d wit pct You nt tu In delllht aid trl or further formation ace J Lancaster 1 j tit j I lust my c out of the n day mot InK her a tan ford It d Insl WI Wltb the tar es aler position R o PaInt In curd ray mn rtlln I tlrs e Lot July sf ouk 835 3 e and pink and e at C ds came vcr I ral returne Lutbe J the rPYlnlt u paIr of fou d er Owner an t glass ed l same and a I tor this nuts Wearre Ilr Rmchmon y I nds r S o co tit Inll of sto and 10 rooms bas Land and est ado In town Tr never has f I r below 120 0 per or We wilt price on cd ntll closed out 5ct 3 coffee 15 eta All and hlllh t time Lanc or mile month tulle IOU rcit post new ood u cal uo Ie ash I tw 0 II rest A lien be re on land to se euro the terr I Pull po ess given September 1st 1000 th followlnll frame corn cu nil 1 OOrl harness 11 and t to ore bred mare In foal to Jack 20 I liS rood sows 1 reilister a that 1out v i k Q9Prn4mMWtM frmt Mllr sry- ur b III 1 ws tltm- tlwewlllss r D watch dust anti ths i C tab its tot 7 utt des s a Mrs ub Joseph Ky fixes Due I now vo the tax br read give you to flint will not be ssary err payment 0 A Arnold S 00 Sales sple id s a no o afro var Tubes In kits S L Aside 813tt Li au wl eturn to ants or T s- dit dust 17th 0 Kc g Ian ho lhuso win glasses ould call and have their es tested ual Summer oiir to- Atha air ty tVasbin D 0 Phil hit and irk City Ph ay 1 0 For further Mrs Jacob b 11 wag S f fall application ntnc Pock containing about amid 4calling glass Were oving trip Includ railroad fare and at motel and u several rout through limo c v From all t one on the Jlncl ail and Ino A dwelling alt g rchea and I room and ith cent Incd tat ors mill pots lain One old wart nYea k ROUT P To Order Obelisk Flour Next Every cook and every housewife who has used it praises its splendid qualities and continues its use Noth ing but the best of wheat enters into its manufacture Try it and sec how much more successful your baking will be A car just received order now BANKS HUDSON PARIS GREEN AT McRoberts Drug Store SUMMER RATES Atlantic City Thursday August 18 V1V V vMi1Wn1jW1 I OOOOC OCOOOOOC J OOC OO OOcOOCOOOOOC t1 16ROUND TRIP16 I 7 V7 st I4 NEW YORK Every day round trip all rail 2800 Via Norfolk and O D S Co 3ooo Going Rail and Ocean River Lake and Rail 3215 returning We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean turning River Sound and Rail through New York stop 3735 Old Point Comfort Tuesday July 27 and Sat urday August 21 15 days limit 1250 ret J ov ors Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Dally Summer Tourist rates to all principal points in Virginia on sale dully For Full Information Call On Address GEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket Onice Pnennlx Hotel Lexington Ky B L Woods Prctt W C Fish Vice Putt W G Kemper Ciihtir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOltfO RATED t jl I m w J CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DIUBOTOHK M COY ARNOLD UOQOYN J SBURBOWB JB WOODS BL WOODS R L W W O WYNNOFIan Our Customers ere Fully by hdelity and Casuality Insurance We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO husnt boon open regular for some time but will be opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTONS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO your Tobacco Barns with BEAZIEV HftSELDSI as they will Insuro your Tobacco also Office National hank of Lancaster Phone 31 J i tl 1 I p e 1 l I Protected t Zzz 1rf Notice of Application Tor Pardon Randall Lemay who was conviotV of unlawfully carpal Circuit UuuH at the sold court 1000 K II xurilnn IIIK all who will nutUy the Qoven or and state In writing any objection d Malntl a her WI U who with II In tlllI ur Jlln r Lolllltv ut will ask t e fur Ith oat have kn o Ju teen If wII 11 YOU DONT WANT TOtFORGET Cur and PrcvtnU W T Uallouifer Lexington Ky says I have Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think It Is U o only remedy ever matte that will cute and prevent hog cholera by J R Oo r Mount I user old si Yi H e MM Me M t M m I CARDS I y nnn JJ IV Morrow firailnntc OiiUclnti I 111801 rittcil H tl fclloii Uuarikntecd Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell larms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Offlce Itonri Odlco over it m to lit I p m 10 i Btormcn Jirng Store B F WALTJS11 DENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster M K Denny DENTIST Office over JIll Arnold Milliner H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor rilONK WJJ Ofllce corner Lexington 81 aud 1ubllc Square Lancaster J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will frucMco In all State Courts and District Court Onice over Police Court Phono 101 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KBNTUCKV 91 HOUSEOnly White Barber In Town North clue of Public Square UR R 5 PRICE will practice Dentistry- at his hum Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LOOK FOIL TUB HORSE SHOE and trade with our old reliable barber Duncano- n Ulchmond Rtreot who Is a help to our town at all times 1 Phone 221 II K II U S VIb Y I i y oe t tiwnruuasn wesu h i t l c t e KCtrtuc- kt t r ty eoeoootlooootle oooeeeloeotlooooeY- V soooeeeo eHeM CkEVrr f 9 Jmu- t II r r f yti= V ti tVj i14htf liE OJHf1TEE 1 THE CtlUJlRrtlS FAYCrtiTg TONIC ttvf c at iuiT Tiurit TH UNUIC IltmiV OlllY T- Balanl ta w JJntmcnt Co- OT rvvuia uo- McRoborts Drug Store FINK FA11M IN FOR SALE A flue bluo trail for tale iltnated on new pike near 1olut Leavel and lx Ijtceanter containing u crei lociilHil In good nelxhborbaadb lnE part ot Joint Walker tract with n han lioni now uv residence tliereou with all utvtitry outbuilding and good n w turn 40iW V II watered ilx never fulling i rlm and running through TKM J4 cub lu hand balance out and twp fear IxtarliiB six per lutervit until Ieriunn looking for such piece ploane wrlto or W O WAIKXR rUood Kjr Well Drilling Having a firUoliiB8 Drilling Outfit fur drilling Water or Oil Im prepared to drill them any duVtU For further information writeJ HAMMOND Lancaster Ky COUNTY farm south of the creek from of sea Woils E D n r I rlt w two tory room day ealn paid sn i tea 1 t a ell TARE YOUR TO THE IT PAYS l l ij t 1 n q I q 6R fM RY t It t nyttfAltASAltdaAa6t7Attkttdttdt9AvtAS11t l VS1yaUalt7C1VtT3tVlaiptOtlltdauE E5 E tI E- E6 E6 E E MILKE tl tl t tS 7 t t r etits C- Ciu t E t t Farm and Stock E Henry sold to Uco D Robin I BOD 100 ewes at 6 per head The Farmers Institute for Garrard County will ua held at Paint Lick November 1st and 2nd A smaller number of mules are offer ed sale than at this time last year and are selling from 160 to 1125 Many farmers consider their as strictly a side Issue It they would glue the trees proper attention they would derive a good profit A vessel ot boiling vinegar kept on tho stove when cooking cabbage on ions or other vegetables will counter act the odor which Is often offensive when the house Is closed Dr Rodman of Shelby county has gone to the Isle of Jersey to make a selection at cows and heifers to breed to Stockwell the famous bull now at the head of his Twelve cattle that had taken under a tree on a farm near Mlllersburg during an electrical storm were killed by lightning Fourteen acres of tobacco near Paris was ruin cd by hall Have tried dividing your In two and changing your stock every week or su People who have tried It say that they can get at least onefourth more prottt out of their pastures In that way A Wisconsin man fed one of his cows 100 worth of teed last year and her pasture feeding milking and stabling cost 11150 more making her total cost 171 60 but she produced UO worth 117 worth of manure II worth of skim milk and a cult worth 5 making her total income 1113 A California horticulturist It IB claimed has produced a white straw berry which bears all the year round This berry Is the result of a long series of explrmcnts with crossing varieties under different conditions The originator claims to have produc ed two distinct varieties ot berries which will bear through the full year One Is white and the other red and both are said to be of excellent flavor Frank Dlttbenner a German farmer of tho Schwelzor section near Frank In finished cutting five acres of what Is perhaps the finest grade of tobacco over raised In Southern Kentucky Three years ago he commenced ex with Cuban tobacco hay secured tho seed In Havana By cultivating the suckers be will cut another crop about the middle of Sep tember which he estimates will be about half of the first crop Tho er tire output has been contracted for at 120 per hundred and will be shipped north Baby Morphine Fiends e made by all soothing syrups and haby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGeea Baby Elixir contains no or narcotic drugs of any kind A sure and safe euro fur disordered stomachs bowels and fret fulness splendid fur teething Infants Sold by R E McRoberts 1m FARMERS COLUMN rifitce below this hauling It the eiclu IVB tan of our rin r tubicrlberi and U lor Ibe sale ol itock gralu aud tuch thing oo at the cannot afford to adv r No uollcB will ba accepted over aud will bo only In two l uei ol the II KOIP free of charge I have three nice wilts that will pig about August 1st for safe F Wilmot have 60 or 00 barrels ot good white corn sale Phono W Kava naugh I have two extra good Jersey cows that I will sell cheap R M Muss HrvanUvllle Urlght clover hv fur colt Deliver ed looso or balod Extra good WH Bmbry IIhave a span of good 3 year old mules fur sale 8 fc Baird I r1 rwm t 1io R for orchards n D pasture- land ling InJurious lanOuNIIHIU 001 tot It It for farm farmer lour II I fur A Hc q imported refuse you butter a lieu lion The Funny Side First Scholar Whats the leclrl clan doln over at the school house Second Scholar Puttln In a lectrlc switch First Scholar Geo mullyl It their gout ter do tho llckln by lectrlclty 1 quit Judge Distinguished Lady to Hobo Mis ter If you had profited by your parents teachings you wouldot bo sitting here drinking whiskey out of a bottlel Hobo I profited mum Dcy brought me up on a bottle Active at 87 This would bo 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 Ballards Snow Liniment Sold E McRoberts lrn When Success Came Was ho a drinking asked counsel of a woman who was testify lag on tho stand In regard to tho Uab IU of her husband Well the reply tor tho first six months after our marriage ho didnt drink any to speak of but after that ho drank to great success Family and the Meals Meals should be something moro than the consumption of food All work stops at those times and people meet together Nothing that can ba done should bo omitted to make It an occasion of agreeable Interchange of thought and conversation and when this Is done not only the body but the mind and nerves aro refreshed Booths Balm cures PILESThe pain the agony thedlscomfort ure of pUps are all quickly put to rout by Booths Balm the powerful eu calyptus antiseptic ointment- It relieve In live minutes It cures to stay cured In u tow days Its healing properties penetrate right Into the seat of the disease and stop inflammation Itching and distress In a very short time And Booths Balm Is so low In price that any sufferer can afford to use It A big box costs only 25 cent and It almost miraculous remedy for scalds burns earauha erysipelas eo zerna sore throat and chest dialling and itching of skin sores chapped hands and face It Is highly efllclent In curing skin diseases such us pimples and black headsR MoRobert soils Booths Balm and will recommend It Cares catarrh or back Joe breathe it in Complete outfit LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAWOSi KUI II GattU loge CATTLEl Sblppcri IJM6W Eitra a 0flMU- atcher ilmi extra t eoa 75- Ooo to choice B KO 8 OU Common lo fair I 5BOO- HelUri extra 62ia W Good to choice 460QB Common to 1 JViJ M extra 46004 76 aw t to choice VX94 W Cowman to Mr UKWM1- lamiori V CKKBI M null uiogiiH a o87j- K lr 44V44W built 41 a4CO- CALVKSt extra 77V0I W- falrtogood U 667 M Common and large Qu 7 M- JlOUa i good yaokcre aril Lubber 7 W4 00 Mixed packer 7 1K 7 W- Ittg 4 1t 6W Common to choice heavy fat towt 6 7K U Light 00 HHKKJi extra itoHOO- ood ocholc 4 0094 60 Common to lair lKX a7i- LAUoai extra 7 tlV l W UoodtpvhoUe 17 77- 1Counoutaltlr iCOGIe W I t I man 1 was sooth- Ing mOllo Oo uroBHlIItllo 11 beep iluoulptx too MilO Shipment Cow I VII II S 7 ClIO 70 I iAlrtA16dtftNr ffluff b- It 1 S- an HYOME1mlILIt7DAAW0Hf inclndla inhulur1 teo are nn fall u t n n r u shippers n lIgs let 6 76047 r un T aw 1r 9 a Sale of Land OARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT Pauline Carter Plaintiff David M Carter Etc Defendants Uy of a judgment of the Gar rani Circuit Court rendered at ill July Special term lijog In the above action I as master commis stoner will on MONDAY AUGUST 33 1909 between the hours of 10 a in 4 p in it bclnt county court day sell to the and best ntpubllc at the court home door in Lancaster Garrard county property situated in the and KockcaMlc more separate as inafter set Boundary No I contains acres on tune waters of White Lick in Garrard County Kentucky and Is ns folow Beginning at a point In the middle of the Copper Creek Paint Lick turnpike corner to Woods situ Camp point is N 71 W 371 from the S edge of a culvert at the North West corner of store at Cartersville thence leaving the pike and with the line to Woods Campbell N SJ N 3187 chains N W 2j6o chair to a stone on line and corner to W C J inn thence with Whin N 86 E chains to an ash stump thence a drain S 87 E 22i E chains N o4 E 662 to a point in said drain lit a to said Vim and to said Clnlds hence with Childs S 27 13 E chains to a slake on North another breach cor ner to K M Carter thence chains point in South edge of branch in to saute std corner to D B Ledfonl thence leaving branch with ledfortl and with a fence up a hill S 20 i3 W 400 chains S 25 W passing corner to Lcdford and John Allen at 80 links in nil 295 S 27 12 W 400 chains S 28 W passing corner to at 2 76 chains in alt 427 chains S 82 12 W 151 chains to a point on a slate bank at North edge of Well road corner to anil school house lots thence with lot S 78 12 W 156 chains corner to school house lot and Lish Pitts 2oacrc tract of Carters land thence with line of said tract anil along Oil Wcll road S W 815 chains to a point in the middle ol Lancaster and Mount Vernon road thence with middle of said road 34 E 540 chains S 36 E 419 chains to a in the road corner to Lydia E Palmers 5 acre tract and Slavins 7acre tract of Carters land S 64 14 380 chains to a point in the middle a culvert supposed corner to Joe thence supposed line to same S 49 14 W to a young marked supposed cor Stuccoes thence supposed line to J E Stormes thence supposed line t E Stcrmcs N 33 34 750 chains N 56 W 1000 chains S 86 12 W 1000 chains to a white oak thence N 2 E 15 93 chains cor tier to Montgomery and Campbell thence with Campbell S 73 E 365 chains to a stone corner to same thence N 24 E 992 chains to a point in the middle of before men turnpike thence with of said pike S 73 E 875 chains to the beginning and containing 1493 acres There is excluded from this a church anti church lot containing 162 acres and a grave yard containing 113 acres and right of way leading to said church and graveyard Said lot is bounded as fol lows Beginning at post the post at a on East side of Copper Creek road said is 25 links S 23 14 E from persimmon tree marked as a pointer thence gate post N 14 336 chains to a stone N 76 34 R 173 chains to a chestnut trceN 82 34 E 250 chains to a stone N 70 E 169 chains to chestnut trc S 33 E 338 chains toa stone E 67 chains to a North EastAorncr of school house lot thence said llf corner I The graveyard bounded as fol lows chains to a stone S U E 357 chain to n stake and coffee bean thane with a fence S 29 14 W 152 chain to a stake S 83 W chains to a stake on a slate point supposed to school with school house lot N 1 1 W passing school house lot at 400 chains to the and containing 113 acres Said boundary No i which Is composed tracts No i anti 2 as accompanying Is di vided tutu three as follows ex said church yard and grave from tart No I he offered In three Part No i consists of the Southeast portion o tract No i and the South of tract No j In boundary No i am hounded as Beginning at the North side of a branch corner to Mrs I M Carter thrice down said branch with her S 84 E 440 challis S 81 13 E IR8 chains to a point In the South idge of ranch in to same and corner to D B Lcdford j thence branch and with Ledfonl with a fence up a hull S 20 13 W 400 chains W passing corner to Ledfonl and it Bo links In all chains S Va W 400 chains sH W passing cor tier to grave yard at In all 8a a chains to a pointer on a slate bank at North 4 lotij thence wllh i e I I Commissioners Vs the following sn E5JS Itltul Mon omcrys 4 t d N eI ins lit 3 8 t Ilk of I down la I branch with her line S 84 E 4 chains 12 g 188 to I schoolhouse i SIS of McCormick hickor r II S I th lot- S 79 14 chain to corner or said I thellce 73 W 57 challis o II staku upper edge r road lit S I W 40 links t un lI conll corner or tin I thence S 73 W 321 cltnins to gate post thence N 12 links to beginning a II COI J6J acres Beginning t tone corner to the church lot to c N 34 E 255 corner Is I line 295 rO ld Oh nor arl and house lot If virtue Kentucky cooties separately ant 11 vu 581 graveyard 01 oust th agate c Northwest 14 a i 12 the survc nth 11 a l I school E t a 1 12 W clialus corner to school house lot add Lieu Pitts 20 ntre trad of Carters laud thence with said tutu along Oil Well road S NY lo a point III the middle of Lancaster and Vcrtioh road thence with middle ul said roan S IS 540 chains S E 419 chains to a In the middle of rout corner to Lydia E Palmer tract ami acre tract of Carters laud still with road S 14 E 380 challIS to a In the of n culvert sup corner to Joe leaving road with supposed line to saute S challis to a young marked hickory supposed corner to saute mud J thence line to 1 Stormes N 31 W 730 N W 1000 chains S 86 350 chains to a point In said Hue and to part No 2 thence with llitc of part j N E 1460 chains to a point in a drain 29 links S 30 t2 E a marked chestnut pointer thence N 5 34 E 308 N 20 E 370 chains to n 15 links South of a mark ed hickory thence N 30 E chains to a point In the of the Paint Lick Copper Creek pike at the South edge of a culvert near a store house corner to No 2 std 3j thence with line of part No 3 N 17 E 113 chains N 58 E 130 chains to a point 5 feet East of the Southeast corner a corn crib thence N 13 E 446 chains N H 14 E 304 chains N 85 E 1046 chains to the beginning anti contain big 6131 acres Part No 2 cnnsUis of the North west of tract No 1 and is bounded as follows Beginning at a in the middle of the Creek and Paint Lick turnpike at the South edge of a culvert near a store house and cor tier to parts Nos i and 3 thence with the line of No i up a branch but sot with its meanders S 30 W 367 chains to a 15 links South of a young marked hickory pointer thence S 20 14 W chains S S 34 W 308 chains toa 29 links S 30 13 E from a marked chestnut thence S 41 I W 1460 chains to a point in line to J E Stormcs and to part No i thence with supposed line to said Stormes S 86 Ij2 chains to a white oak N E 1593 fll vvv v 0 cry and Campbell Camp bell S 73 E 265 chains o a stone corner to same tlienccN 24 E 901 i mentioned J pike with middle of sold S 73 E875 chains to a point in the of same corner to Campbell and corner line of No 3 S 71 E chains ts beginning and pike and with 371 can Part NO y consists of the North portion Inlet No 2 and is bounder follow nf the Copper Creek and Paint Lick and corner to NVooils and Campbell said point is N 71 W 371 chains from the South edge of a cul vert at Northwest corner of store Ilitiav It IV a V v pike with line to said Woods anti Campbell N 53 E 525 chains N 30 34 W 3187 chains N 4 W 263 challis to a tort on Montgomerys line and corner to W C Wlnnj thence with Wiim N 86 E chains to an ash stump thence down 87 E 221 chains N 89 E 450 chains N 70 34 E 662 chains to 1 point in siad drain in line to said Winn and Chids thence with said Childs S 27 12 E chains to a stake on the North side of static branch corner to Mrs F M Carte and to part No i hcnci tin said branch with line to part No I S 85 W 1046 challis S 14 W 304 chains S 12 W 4 46 chains to a point 5 feet North of the Southeast corner of a corn crib S 58 W 130 chains S 36 34 W 112 chains to a point in the middle of the before mentioned pike at the South of a culvert near a stone house corner to parts Nos i and 2 thence withe middle of said pike and with No 2 N 71 W 371 chains to the begin niiiK and containiiiR CoS acres After offeriiiK said tlirc parts separately they will be offered as a bid or hints realizing the most money w111 he accepted 9 lying and being Garrard county Kentucky contains 17117 acres and embraces the Susie tract anti that part of the Jonathan Creech now owned J H Carters is bounds as follows jllcBinniiiK at tree standing at base of bluff corner to V An ilcrson thcncp hi N 86 12 W 62 links o a In the middle of the Jaint Copper Creek and ale lit of K Leavcll chains o af stake on the North sidet 9 West of Mack walnut and In line to saint jliul corner to Creech tract of Carters thence still with Smith and with Creech tract S 83 E 800 chains to an ash on the East side of n drain and In line to Smith tlirnce with n wire fence N 22 E MS chains to a black walnut N 23 R 1332 halos to a hackberry N 48 14 W chains to a walnut on a ridge i thence N 48 W passing a marked black walnut at 714 in all chains in the South edge of bank of Shields branch and 8 links down the branch from an elm cor ner to W C thence with Whin up Shields branch S 48 W 509 chains S 60 W 603 to a point 8 feet West of K Mack walnut corner to said Creech tract thence N 79 W 1607 cluttiis t 0 a cornet t W P Anderson thence N 3 W chains S 85 3 W crossing Kennedy at chains In to a 6 feet Northwest of a marked S 13 W l8q chains S 10 W 3o6 chains S 3 34 NY 335 chains to UcKlunlng anti contain lug 17117 acres No lies In Gnrrud county Kentucky and contains 11438 embraces the tract cord a Robert K Conn tract bounded as I 18 viII 6 I t It cornet 0 t S 2i chains corner challis to point In of before mhltl Wool And in part N 3 of tact thence with IIIldlllof part raining res as at n point In the middle thence 50 drain- S edge Boundar Inn line poi t Lick Inll 4 540 chat s S to E 625 chains S I E J5 elm s to t on tho West IIe or reek lit turn of pike and cot er t parcel No z leaving ike nil wilts tine or Susie tract c ssi creek N 7o E 912 of en a small drllln thence S I R chaIns t0 n stake I to Ella mlth thence his line N 2 14 g chains corner J 71 the part the J T rrrw rr 5 ncre posed J chain 4 yon art d Ihac with the t4c 2 till 2749 o Ucgimti 18 tract b cot lm consI wm 3 J ice Ina paint the Jonathan snag 4 ton rolnt fork elm r d c o i follows at a In of the Lick and Topper thorn S 15 1150 chain to a 4 feet n leaning locust In nn old grave 33 A lyJV V a vnIn A about to fret Northwest of willow S t 12 E to n point on the side of a hill old tall stump S 89 E 587 chaliu S to E 260 N H E 40 corner to Creech said stake Is In a I VIIII1I9 nlllllk gone thence with Creech N s I a U chainsi N 80 W 818 chains to a point s feet West of a black walnut corner to scone and ill line to tract and curter to Robert K Conn tract of land thence with Creech 1443 chains to a sugar tree III a stone fence N 2 14 E passing cor tier to Creech anti Elias South at 126 chains in all 529 chain to n stake 2 feet West of a black walnut In line to Bias Smith and corner to hound ary No 3j thence with No 2 N 80 W 3773 chains to n stake on the North of and near n small drain S 79 W 912 chains to a In the middle of the before mentioned turnpike thence with middle and meanders of said S 79 12 E crossing creek 135 chains to a turn of road S 10 12 E 1000 chains S 30 E 387 chains S to 34 E 375 chains S 12 E 384 chains t i will be sold separately and Itfi getter and the or the most he accepted Boundary 4 licstn Garrard Jones tract lying of White Lick ami as fol lows t Beginning at in the mid Creek pike corner to Wcddcllj I WcddcnNi8j 34 NV7i6ros chains to a point in the South edge of a branch corner to Gill Ilcrndon thence said branch with meant tiers and with Gill Ilcrndon S 26 13 W tau chains S 1 ia NY chains S 20 W 400 chains S 15 W 439 chains S 41 W 424 S 9 J4 NY 74 S 37 W iso chains S 9 250 chains S 36 W 325 chains S 16 112 chains to a point in the middle of said branch corner to same and to R L Arnold thence IcavhiK said branch and with said Arnold S 85 12 E 2O chains to a stone N 12 12 E 383 chain to a black walnut and hickory thence S 85 E 1331 to o black walnut corner to said Arnod and E Clark thence with said Clark S 87 14 E crossing Kennedy fork at 1571 chains In all 1 5J3 chains in the middle of the before mentioned turnpike to and also corner to tract No tlicncc with middle and meanders of said pike N 33 W 334 chains N 10 13 W looo chains 79 ia W 135 chains N i W 3SG chains 2 t2 W 425 chains N 16 NY 540 chains N 7 E 719 chains N 8 W chain to the begin and containing 10055 acres 40 and Is on the yatcrs of Drakes creel in Garrard county Kentucky and is bounded as fo ow Bcgiuning a n point In the mid die of county toad in lone to L Y Lcavell and c rncr to IsaaiU Kelly thence with I d Kelly 14 63 linkM S 3C W 400 chains S 40 12 W 1038 hairs to a point the middle of said road corner to said W II Furr thence leaving the ro I and with Furr S 86 E 3975 chaiuf to stone and wal nut stump corner to L Royston heirs and Fanlkner with Faulkner N st 12 W 1360 chains to an ash sttirpp corner to thence his line N 86 12 W 3535 chains to the bcglnnliiK and con taining 4000 acres Hotinilary No 7 contains 478 acres ami lies iu Kockcafluj county on the waters of Copper creek and Is bounded as Beginning at Spoint on the South of branch about 60 above eiiiouth of same and1 11 totter to V F Hob with said Kobbins up if Meadow branch N 28 sins to a and pointer on North hank of branch old tall gum and two hlckorys comer to sate and to liams thence supposed line to said Williams S S3 34 NY 817 chains to a poplar marked thence S 20 E 1350 to a small white oak anti hickory S 26 W 275 chains bunch of dog wood sprouts posed corner to Robert thence N 53 NY 600 chains N 89 12 W 1454 chains to a marked pine on a point supposed corner to Hicks and thence supposed line to said Hosklns S 1410 to two pines supposed cornet to sane anti Robert Hicks thence sup posed line to Hicks S 74 34 E 1150 chains to n pint stump N E 939 chains to a a drain corner to F R Robbins thence his line N 51 34 E 1778 chains to time begin nine and 478 acres Boundary No 8 contains 284 acres Garrard county on head waters of White Copper Creek on the Lancaster Vernon dirt road about i 13 Southwest of Cartersville Beginning at a painted white oak on time East side of said road corner to Pitts and Carter and Cornellson thence crossing the roid and with Cornelian N S ia W 1538 challis to a white oak stump nearly gone shown ns corner while oak hickory and double chestnut pointers 14 j3 E chains to a oak with pine pointers on a shown by Tilts as corner N 54 E crossing branch at In all 840 chains to a white oak stump shown y ns the corner two locusts a dog wood and sassafras pointers E 540 chains to a between U young leaning amid a white is pointers N 4J E challis to a glum hickory and black oak 3 a marked black oak on a Muff 604 chains In all 846 chains to marked black oaks 33 W 466 chains to a stake white oak tour wood and sassafras pointers N 25 34 553 chains to a two white oak pointers lately cnt down N 7 W 4 aj to a i jt i j corner tt lcalnJ am With Clark Iinc S I 12 E 12 to n 101111 a chain I chnllli to n in line Clark alii amid S 78 W n red oak I S S to the sting eonl3hfiuK acre Said Nos 2 J to bid rcnllzlulf will Nfl couuly S and Is known Nestle II aleu I point die or the Pa rand the 06 14 chains ton same N a S 20 all 1 s flea a hills Ihcnc South ban W tBRo hickory ton miles N 6 t 1 I i I 111 Vest stint Cheek Clark theme pike fs ton t stake yard- S slake to a ate is from nearly Carters 12 Mains and t5438 mid stoney and mains tons acres a the o sounded t wJti chains oint cot i1tr 1 I 8n sung act t 1 a ieavcl r ids t drake WI sit G2 PI is forked oils e t Is o N i ra W to n marked hickory N 16 W C06 chains to n middle of a branch two poplar pointers inarkcil1 tout by as cornet to thence down n brunch S E Ooo chains lo n slake on South side of drain corner to same nod lit line to Pitts and Carter thence with last named S tl E 3159 chains S It W 2250 chains lo the beginning containing nuns Boundary No u contains 2058 acres and corners on the foregoing tract In inrrard County Ky l bounded ns follows Beginning at a painted white oak corner tract No 9 on the East side of the Lincastcr nod Mt VerniMi dirt roan and cm Mr to CoriieiUon thence S it V crossing road diagonally 1059 chains to a In the muddle of said road and about 6 reel West of n whU oak stump on the East side of trad corner to II W llorton leaving road and with S 12 E 1175 a white oak stump on the NortN side of anti 4 fret from n to same and B Ramsey Jnciicc suppose line to said by protracting N 20 P 21M to a corner hi line to tilts 2058 acres Boundary No 10 acres on time renters of Copper in Rockeastlc 1 ooundrd as follows Be In the middle of road 4flinks West of a marked white oak itump on the North side of road Im to Chas Wren thcm i willli Wren SL ttj E 1508 cluti at marked pine on a high timesS 6 12 E chains to a whilst oak and hickory corner to sane thence supposed line N 37 W 347 N 47 W 1900 claim to a stake on the Southeast lurk of a brooch white oak stump double beech white at 4 Marie jack thence bratwhi same S 54 12 W chains to the beginning 1470 acres Boundary No contains and being In Gamed r ountyKentucky on the water of Copper shoo three miltof trr ct of laud hounded aa follow 75 acres among the plaintiffs std defendant In the above styled aetloi At the saute tune and place and bctwcea the same hours the om tnissiouer will rent what is as boundary No 5 lying and in county on BrorjdJus contaitinig 10202 acres for the year lotn and the term of said renting m bo note 1 1911 and for I needing will be for the fall of 1110 nod the aid so rented U toM to sow wheat land in gross Said note to be rayablc to the under signal cflmniionmer at maturity TERMS OF SALE Said salt of- i the lauds will lie nude on a credit of six and turlvc months and the purchaser will required to execute hoods for the price with good amid security payable sinner to himself and Of equal installments bearing six per tent interest pcrnnnutn from date tout path Said bonds token for each tract of land shall equal amount so as to make one of purchase money due in six months from elate anti one half due in twelve months from date Said shall have the force and effect of upon which exe ctttlon tuny Essnc If not at ma sunk in order to further servo the of sold bonds I shall retain a lien each respective tract of land for which said bonds are respectively executed J M ROTHWELL Master Garrard U WALKER Attorney for Plaintiffs This August 4 1909 PUBLIC SALE Having ileclilnt lo change my loealfoir t will on WIDNIBDAVIcpt hUWM oclock a u liUVnt awf 1 bidder mjrf riacoiiilillni f 121 acff above date 7hl lai n livatnl Crab Orchard mU front tancaitvr It hit two good II one o which tar It dwell watered and lay wall Thli will be offered tale In two warn lull dwelling tluii the other fco with she other dwelling then Ihu entire with both dwelling and the bid or bid bringing mosey will be I the time lime anyplace offer lor lalu allot my houioholi rn kitchen Inr ulturu together with larmlug InijOI mentiooniUllngol bludcf oliiinarowlu ltjllil lauillioare uldl 1 cow cud lohead ot hogs CO Used ol ewvi I b i AUo one corn fluid ol M acrri und one ol It acree will be altered tale lu the Held Turns made known on day oliale for lnrllierrMlcular call on or write Ito underlined W B IVulll It KILLtHi COUGH CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings Nsw 1I I VIii a Corn f J 1I 9 tenet sal tartan clraln u hullo t lit Antll and std Cart r elloe their SII ost line S 7 to the i 5nCrick I rI J dow R i I I lttrttfSvillc was deeded J n B Bred nllli trr ct or land Is On J II Carter un by N O Wilmot on time Rut Sundthy J Carter and llcnry Cantell more or LlIIds lie sold as out and the of said Is for proceeds preceding I kn ring KenllJt y II a or npprnvedsrcurh Jan nary reservation It nil I he cuhiva ill allows No land to L cult trod and 7o acres In wheal ry or its prlYilrgcd to Ie- Icet 5 ncr q lollnccn land omit of wheat lane also privilege resrncd I J roc I to the undersigned master J 1 bonds I Circuit CourtI all pro vlded hit not liven Iorll II II loan rooo farm for flu I will oller eo acr ot will farm 110 mill eOlllld red I will aho I I hu 1flrow I bU1I tors and now dog IQ hotel Are fcir U ear 1II1lhol for AND r WITH r Discovery i Iluu t chains Ills f r s lorner 4 11600 conoty An 1v 4 t punters tour nacres aaltti tq Car Ice by F andstat a ihC N6cth i Jtile lit J on the sttsh lontalns lea fur will heretoe set r51e time vn as grass i costms bent i i salt la the It r prlrataly 16 the milk 1 She r three sets at all y korywagors riding cu iretor uttlnrhnrruwId mid Uox Alcor rune loathy calls year oldstallion t I FOR c B 1r1 Al ALLTHROATANOLUNTROUILEi QUA1 AN XXDAAT1iYAOTO- OS 1E011I10Y 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