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THE CENTRAL RECORDHKtilOlOlt UNTAttmilKD MMOCHACY LANOASTKll KYM FRIDAY AUGUST 20 won I t aOOl I Vxirr ItVJfnju11 r r A J I r 1 4 Tilt AN 101IRN1lsNlr- irfNTSRru 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 l j J I Etc J r xttt I S J I Her u U llruwti linn returned fnui tho mountains and will till hi pulpit hero Sunday Kid F M Tltitlcr will preach 1nlnt Lick Sunday mid Kid George o Ialnt Lick will preach at Ilia Christian church Kid Walker of Stanford In lioidln ascrlosof meetings nt the Christian church at Hubble Unit will cuntlntu through this week There were live confession up to Monday night PhilippeRobinson Miss Annie Phllipps and Mr Porter Robinson of Lincoln county were united In murrlaga Wcdncsdny morn ling by Kid F M TlnderaC the lutterH London Fair Special trains to tho London fair will leave Lancaster Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 716 u in ar riving at fair grounds at 1CO a in Returning leaves fair grounds at 4 1C p mMnka arrangements to join tho crowd that M going Lecture Sunday Night Rev Wm Leo 1oplmm of Louis ville Is a guest al tho Simpson House On Sunday night ho will lecture at tho park on Mothers Love Ho comes highly recommended as a min Islet orator writer and poet and should have a largo audience to greet him J I Hamilton bought Robert Smiths tarn of 100 acres near Markx bury for 70 peracre traded ll to Wm lllanks on Danville pike for his 1C acre farm then sold tho 45 acre faun to Jord House for 100 per acre To show how land has advanced In last few years this 45 acres of land was sold 15 years ago for 25 per acre Sever Storm The electrical and rain storm of last Thursday night was tho must In tits section for several years After midnight the Hashes of lightning were almost continuous fol lowed by a heavy rain Much damage was done In different parts of tho county lightning having struck sever al trees straw stacks and houses among them being Robert Routs real deuce near Marksbury but little da mage was dune It also struck tho Chlsllon church at lIubble In several places Tho current entered and carne out of time building In a dozen or more places tearing oft the weath er boarding and plastering and dam aging the roof to swine extent Tho building was insured with Jesse D Wcarrcn who adjusted tho mustier satisfactorily and the repair work will begin at once n fit I I r sever ono Lancaster r r I I I Land o r R H SWAFFIELD The Globe Tailoring Go Cincinnati Ohio will bo with us Friday and Saturday August 2021st Call and sec immense line of Fall Suitings and Overcoatings Suits and Overcoats to measure from 2000 to 5000 hit and satisfaction guaranteed H T LOGAN i I 4j h t OF our I I u I IIr t 0 T I I I ti 7- t 4I l r A Few Mora Words i bout The Wait Boattlo H21009 Uimr ardor to prevent worrying your readers with details of events far from homo I mention only a tow moro Items Whitman aunty It this state will produce ono sixtieth i time entire wheat crop of Mm dulled Slates Russian wheat growing feet highs yielding 00 liusliols to time micro Lund one mllo from city llmlli Is worth 11600 per nero mind Is In great demand Eighteen millions will bo used Iti building In this city this year and tho batik clearing for July amounted to 61 millions of dollars 1 saw n California Redwood stump at tho Imposition ten fret In diameter and twenty feet lung which was out arum furnished room for the sale of articles of tho curious kind A lug 74 feet lung that fqimrcd 4 feet and a piece of hard wood 13 Incites In dlamntcr 111 years old are among tho ninny things of litter est at tho Forestry building A trip across Puget Sound to Hienicrton where a Navy yard Is located and a look ut McNeil Island where a Government prison Is kept were of deep Interest to me and show tho system order timid of Uncle SamLieut Gov Cox arid a carload of Kcntucklans are attending time fair today Cousin Charley Hughes Uov ernor of New York Is also here Other States mid cities send largo del egations to tho exposition Frater nal orders have separate days and draw large crowds 43000 attending on Elks Dny Tell James Roystoh to bring a hun dred rebels hero and drive out Japs and Indians M I H Kentucky Crop Report In this report It seems that nearly every county In the state Is represent cd except ours Wo certainly should have a report that would show up with the best of them especially on hemp corn and tobacco Hasnt sumo one been asked to send In a report from this county Wo hope this will be attended to so tho people In the state will know what thriving turners we have In Garrard county IJelow we give the Items of Interest to our farmers taken from the July report Hemp Is doing well price good ut 0 to 7 cents pet pound Corn There seems to have been one ot the largest corn crops planted that we have Had In years with con ditions fairly good some Melds not be bog ploughed moro than once but with rain ut the right timo they will make a fair yield but of poorquality being light stitch chaffy Corn Is now selling higher than was ever known before prices ranging fruit 80 toll per bushel Burley Tobacco The largest crop was planted In tho district than ever before Reports of this month show that the crop will be cut far below the average on account of so much rain causing mummy acres to bo ubondoned entirely and others trot to make more than half crop or less and what Is saved will bo Unlit and not yield more than 700 or 800 pounds per acre Colored Fair The Colored Fair which was pulled off last week was a credit to tho olll cers They had a splendid show of stock some of the rings having ten to to twelve entries The ribbons were tied fairly and no complaints wore heard from tho crowd Saturday was tho largest day when they had about 2000 In attendance Tho olllcers re gretted toe unavoidable absence of time Flying Dutchman They contract ed with n man who put up tho first payment on his contract then at time lust moment notified them that he could not come This would have been a good drawing card and would have made more money for time assocla lion but as It was It paid a nice dlvl dend to the hustling stockholders Hamiltons Military Hand furnish ed muslo for time colored fair last week Thursday evening this band gave an open air concert which was appreciated by both white und color ed Time feature program was the cornet solo 0 Elliott and time directing of Jus al Wilson Mr Wil son hiss the under good control tho baton during tho rendItion of tho Star Spangled thinner Saturday morning this band gave un other concert composed of popular numbers Tho feature ut this con was tho trumpet by the Mr cadenza nude by Mr Is the Salute Lolka cadenza made only by it ils Ii IS one of the bands visited Lancaster and during their stay In our city they conducted thomslves as gentleman Wo hoar that tho colored fair associa lion of Lexington hits engaged this bund to furnish nuislo fur their fair in September Thoy uctud wisely In se ooting this body of musicians Wo trust that this organization will visit our city again Success to tho Hauill ton Military Hand Toaohera Institute The Joint Institute of Hoyjo and Jarrurd counties will meet In Lancas tho week beginning Aug 30 Supt Orabbo request that no each i er bo paid for Institute week unless their certificate of attendance shows thor liftvo been present ovary duv County HI ilL lIt S power Chinn men many t b b II whlh Is de unstrated by the way they folio cert s Wilson The Wills s two other tie roe lie Is nn artist t jhls best tI las I tot In hollowed U moat sell- Ing the conductor min 0 W C ARMSTRONG Commits Sulolda In His Room Tho tragic death of Judge D W C Armstrong n shuck to his friends and relatives Saturday morn ingWhen tho call for breakfast was mhdo Saturday morning without re sponse from his town Mrs Win Ward with whom ho was boarding sent a servant to his room who found him lying In a pool of blood caused from a bullet hole through his head Coroner H C Simpson was quickly notified und a Jury was summoned to make Inquires Into tho case They found In Ida pockets note written to J A Hcazley dated August tho Oth originally but this date was erased und August 13th was Interlined which showed his intentions of com mitting tho deed on that day The verdict of the Jury was that his death was caused by a pistol shot though the head fired by his own hand Frl lay night The reason given In tho note for taking his life was that his health was railing and rather than bs dependent m anyone ho preferred death Com plying with his request he was beside ids mother and father Sun lay morning Kid P M Tinder as tilted by Ur Pearce conducting the iorvlccs at tho grave About ten years ago while a popu ar traveling salesman ho was with paralysis slnco which time he been In a critical condition lie was about fifty six years of ago member of Grovo church near Dick Robinson In which section 10 had many friends and close rely rives Ills sister Mrs Jennie C Taylcr if Mlllersburg was tho one ho request d to bo notified of his death and whom we are told Is the only mom er of his family that survives him Judge Armstrong as ho was called mince elected Police Judge here a few ago was a gentleman with a i Itll sense of honoi and one who never ceased in his efforts to do what believed to bo the best thing for ho most people Federal Quarantine Because of Shoop Scab In Kentucky The disease of sheep known as scab scabies has become so prevalent In Kentucky that time Secretary of Agrl ulturo has considered It necessary declare a quarantine Thin action umcs after u thorough examination jito conditions Tho tact that the dIsease Is contagious being spread by parasites known as scab mites makes necessary a measure of protection millclent to prevent Its spread Into oilier States Infection Is known to to a slight extent In two ndjolji ng States bufcondltlons there are not serious enough to require Federal quarantine The order for tho quarantine which s effective August 10 provides that sheep shall be moved interstate from Kentucky poly under the following londltloiis Sheep that are diseased with scabies and that have been once In an approved dip under the upervlslon of an Inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry within days before shipment may be ship Interstate to a recognized center for Immediate If diseased sheep are to be Interstate for stocking or feeding purposes they shall bo dipped twice an Interval of ton days Other sheep may be moved Interstate for ceding or stocking purposes after one Ipplng under Government or they may bo shipped interstate quarantine restrictions for Ira mediate slaughter without dipping Inspection and dipping under the egulatlons will bo performed only at joints where Federal Inspectors arc lulloned Louisville Is at present only place In theStato having facilities but It proper yarding dipping facilities should bo at other points tho ot Agriculture would consider lio advisability of establishing In ectlod at such places for time conve Icnco of shippers For many years sheep scab has been prevalent In the West but as a of the combined efforts of the edoral and Sato authorities much srrltpry has been entirely treed and lio Infection In other sections greatly reduced and It Is hoped within a few years more tho dls will becntlrely stamped out This tho that tlmo that tho disease has litalned a sutllclent foothold cast of Mississippi River no require a edoral quarantine Information regarding tho condl the quarantine and details of rcutmont and handling may be ob shoed tree by addressing u request to lio lIureau of Animal Industry faslngton OJJ Unfermented Wino For Church Time following formula for making for churches was handed us by Us Robtcca West Pick your grapes and mash them them until seeds begin to come ut then put them In a sack and train To every quart of juice add large teacup of sugar then boll Bklm Put it In tightly corked uttles or Jars and keep In cool place As Mrs Em Gregory deceased W F Ctyamp Herwd for sale Tuesday tho farm on Lick pike Not haying sufficient t was taken down without a solo carne os burled stricken has and- o Camp years he or to exist I dipped ten slaughter shipped with supervis- Ion under the dipping tad Installed Department tulle cult hast been that case Is the LIons ot wino boll ono teal mil tall bids I r Jed slaughtering the MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS IItF1I t7Vta lSaMtarltlttlaMltgaW7gttffpCrG Q OlCDPtytf034t0tC r You will see something new in 1 FARM WAGONS HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE 1 Lancaster Kentucky g Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices Old Hickory n IIII tJ trtrtrttltltltltlStltlS one WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky WAGON Jury Money Those who served during tho Juno term of circuit court can get their money by calling on R E McRoberU To My rotrorn I am glad sympathize with will buy a forget M Elliott Bate Ball Notes On last Thursday afternoon our boys defeated Junction city In n spore of 7 to 3 On Friday the Lancaster boys went to Harrodsburg and played their team which Is one of tho stongest In the Central League Tho result of time game was Q to 8 In our favor Wo un dcrstand that they vault to play UK hero allot strengthening their team Let em come Todd After declining health for several months Mrs of Rich mood died Monday at tho home of her mother Mrs Comley at Hackloy Tho burial took placo In time Lancaster cemetery Tuesday morning services conducted at tho grave by Kid F M Tinder Mrs Todd before her marriage was Miss Olllo Huckley and will bo hofo as a nlcco of Mrs Jas 1 Hamilton She loft a husband their bright little boy whose weeping touched tho hearts of so many sym pathlilng friends mother and jfather to mourn the toss that I time loss my horses by re Tue ay n t however It so ot you I we mo will c t and pay mo hot and I o RIckor Todd J comes remembered uu me tow Communion Service On Friday night there will be ser vices held at the Presbyterian church preparatory to communion next Sun day August 22nd Automobiles have killed 61 persons maid Injured 1018 within tho limits ot Chicago during the first seven months of tho year according to figures given out at tho Bureau of Police Records Tho Cretan situation Is a dedicate one and It bids fair during this week time Powers of Europe mucji concern particularly as it carries a threat ot war between Turkey and Greece Card of Thanks Wo with Ruckor Todd i t i neighbors doatlr prills Vvlfo and our daughter Mr and Mrs James Coinloy President Taft In addition to ap r pointing a big butch of census super visors wroto a letter to Secretary ot f Commerco snit Labor NOire Instruct Ing him to Immediately dismiss from tho Bervlco any ono engaged In taking tho thirteenth census that mixes in politics national state or local Tho tlrst Childrens over hold In Kentucky by rcd children will hold at September and 25th livoirf tot ad v to t t I ot ou to our len whu ro klnsl t s during d Lane Cat Inrr dress Milt 65 It- ll Lalle tut Ky v give t a this ox1r lag tuurt loltN thank w rho- alcknc a art 1 Sneedllox a CENTRAL IIECOHDHB- UKD WXRKLVt IUO A YKAlt F 8 HUQHES EdrPubr Member Ky Attoclitlon unit Eighth District Publishers Leegue Lancaitor Ky August 20 1900 For Polltlcol Announcement For 1rcclnct nnd City Ofllcci 1 600 For County Oillccs 1000 For Stnta and District Oniccs 1600 lino 10 For Cards per line 10 For nil publications In the Inter cut of Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ty II t ZId III try AIr Press pi Rates bur CalR per 9 lb rise OpuA rn Lanender ae- deeendCtnu Merl i ars x It Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M 0 Saufley Fur Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Ilardln For State Senator It L Hubble For Representative J O Bugle For Circuit Clerk W D 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 Jen nlelllgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor V S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Garrard county am for County Attorney and will ap preclate your support B D The tariff bill cost tour millions 01 dollars and so far as the masses are concerned they would be better without It They are paying a bin bill for a renewed burden Many re publicans and many leading Journals in the nation do nut favor the bill Read the following tram the York World The Republican leaders are gambl lag on prosperity and public gullibili ty The bill adopted In conference Is a bqt that the country will have so completely recovered from the Roose volt panic the time of the next greslonal elections that the voters will forget the broken pledges the ex tortionate rates und the manner In which the PayneAldrich measure was framed And the following from Ollie James The tariff bill which passed the House and goes now Senate and If It passes that body to the President for his signature Is a wholesale sur render of the people Into the bands of monopoly and combination Its a brazen violation of President rafts promise to revise the tariff downward In the Interest of the consumer Its now 2 cent higher than the pres ent DIngley tariff law and tits does not Include the maximum provision which automatically goes Into effect Increase the rates 2J per deny Thenecessltief of life such us woolen goods cotton goody cloth Ing of all sorts farming implements in facts everything that goes upon the the table In the home or upon the farm has been Increased The wave of reform by which methods of honesty and proper deal ing are sought to be enforced In political oQlclal and commercial worlds meets the hearty approval o all law abiding people The truth Is we are living too fast our Is leading us away from principles which were ad hered to by our ancestors In making and enforcing our laws Patriotism is as nuggets of gold In our Some lawmakers will advocate that win Insure their retMrn to olllce whether It be right or wrong The fact that many Judges are In fluenced by the political power and Influence of who como before theta la enough to make decent peo pie blush with shame Time fraud In elections by which time will of tho people Is defeated Is having a tendency to bring about a state of cor ruption beyond endurance A mans vote It as sacred as his right to pro and the observance of such rights can alone Insure that happiness for which all law was enacted All parses should Ignore methods of corruption Time tarltt bill as agreed upon by conference shows reduction In some instances but not materially on tho general necetwltlea of life BO as to take a burden from the masses This re null will only be realized under a Democratic administration and the people are learning time truth of this assertion rims hoodwink placed on them by tio grand stand play of the republicans will l o removed rime agreement on bill may look toward settling business as no more uncer Uln y will prevail for awhllo In time commercial world When consider the that lg 1 t t I 1 No1 J off j IJ r con- J i to the j I and whichwill the and J a first parties often a lIt J J I to the I WQ tact I I ar H 1 j 1 nominee 1 Newt I k ti I v i x fi par Ondfearingand t soil anything i r r 1 I I w nornnce 11 the canto of nil sin cr lino and applied knowledge Is source front which everything that I good and pure In this life and the fu tore life springs Into being we should hall the educational awakening In State with Joy and delight The nf tho social world tho reduce tlon In the cost of maintaining courts nnd prisons will bring about a stnto of happiness amid contentincn worth tar more than tho money re quired to bring about such results A Garrard county man who visited several other States Is profuse In his praises of his native county agricultural resource Its line stuck Its diversity of crops Its abundant yields and tho culture and hospitality of Its people No wonder people seeking homes In our county Tho crop of Democrats Is largo this year as will be shown It Is gathered In November and Is no reason why It should not be us stands for equal rights good goverr racnt and all that exalts human life Vo suggest that Garrard Democrats run a special train to Loulsvlllo barbecue Let all Jolt I ono grand rally for unity and concrn traced action in redeeming that and time State The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for Its the same with a lazy liver causes constipation headache sallow complexion pimples blotches loss of appetite nausea Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up health 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Loyd Miss Leola Ray of Buckeye was guest of Miss LldaT Raney Mrs Vesta of Springfield III visiting her friends and relatives Mr Maurice Calico of Chapen Mr and Mrs William Whittaker Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Wesley Parson children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Dub Price and family Hackley UNION G Hammack sold a young to Clarence Fellds for 1100 Three converts from Good Hope were baptized Sunday In Draks Creek Mr Rowe and wife of Michigan havo arrived to visit relatives at thli placeJ Hammonds bought some fat heifers from Jas Miller and R E L Murphy at 3K Mr George Archer and family Knoxvllle Tenn have been visiting his father Mr Samp Archer Mrs John Nuwland and Miss Hettlr Wells visited their brother Mr Thos Wells at Sliver Creek Sunday Messrs John and James Clark Pearl and Addle Bourne of Car tersvllle were guests Sunday of Mrs Menefee McQuerry The protracted meeting closed Lcavel Green with fourteen additions Rev Combs conducted one of the best meeting ever held In this cummun ItyRev George of Lexington filled hIs regular appointment at Fair View Sunday There will basket sup per there In the near future date announced later A Weaklings the only way to describe the that is aflllcted with worms how much or how often It eats worms get all the nourishment tho food the child gets none Whites Cream Verml uge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after effects 25 cents a bottlo Sold by It E iIcRoberts 1m 1IOUKNE Mrs G R Carpenter was with in Jessamine a part of week F L Clarko solid a fat to J II Turner of Marksbury at 3 cts poundG Carpenter Is delivering wheat to Lancaster parties at bushel Mr Gilbert Turner returned a visit to relatives at Oar loursvllle and Mlddlesboro Rev Langdon and son of Jackson been visiting his daughter Mrs iV S Bowling several days Mr II 0 iCarpenter of Crowell Texas arrived Saturday for a visit to parents and other relations hero Mr 0 W visiting lila Mr Ollle Sherrow and family near High Bridge Saturday and Sun Mr and Mrs J 0 Turner and daughter visiting Mr Harvey Lee and wife at Point Leav Sunday Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing III Fedora Tenr mans life has been saved and now Kings New Discovery Is tho talk f the town fur curing 0 V Pepper deadly lung hemorrhages I could work nor get about hg writes sand the doctors did mo no good but using Dr Kings Now Discovery weeks I feel like a new man md pan do good work again For weak soar or diseased lungs Coughs Colds Hemorrhages play Fever mQrlpP Asthma or any llronchlal It stands unrivaled Price 3c and Tfa Dottle tree guaranteed by U K Mo and the our tins Its Bro unusually when there It county time city anyone It and Jut your II the Is visited and of E horse of at tube II poor child No matter the from practically Price last per his 100 per have his Sherrow was son day Ardulla were oil A A Dr of not after three anal alf ctlon 100 Sol an Roborts uplifting criminal r Jaundice Misses boa w relatives cow Saturday tram U- Twas tat r MT IIHItltON Rain continues dally In this station Mr J M Vnndorpool Is In Loxlng tonMr Sam Duncnn bought of Chas Duncan n cow price 12260 Mr Ray llauulnnan of Tennessee spending a month In this section Mr Clins Duncan bought of Join Duncan of Buena lllsta and calf I3S Miss Bernoll returned from n weeks visit to Loxlng ton Mrs Cordelia Johns nf W Va I with relatives and friends In this lo calityMr Samuel Duncan sold his farm o 72 area to Mr Lowry Speaks of Marks bury for 13300 Mr and Mrs James Johnson o High Bridge spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan Mrs Thomas Montgomery of Bry antsvlllo spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs Charles Dun canMrs John Dunn end daughter Nancy of Burgln visited Mr Dennli Scott and family last Thursday Friday Quito a number from here are thin protracted meeting Scotts Fork especially the young gentlemenMr Grow sold to Mr Jessie Eox of Lancaster a bunch of cattle at 31 per lb for August delivery also an other bunch at 4o per pound for delivery Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who art agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition Its liver It you find In yourself that feel cross around tho house things worry you Just buy a bottlo o Ballards Hcrblne and put your In shape You and everybody you will feel better for It Price cents per bottle Sold by R E Mc Roberts In JJUKNA VISTA A little son arrived at the home Leslie Ruble the 7th inst Mrs John has returned from a visit to at Van Ars dall Mr Henry Dickerson of Wllraore has been visiting the family of S W PoorSeveral from here attended the Lex ington and Harrodsburg fairs weekMiss Clara Kauffman of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Bertha Christo pher Will Pour has accepted a position with his uncle R S Brown at Lan casterMrs Martha Teater left Saturday for a visit to her son at Tayloraville Illinois Miss Lucretia Skinner and father have been visiting relatives near Hus tonvllle Chas Dutrlch has engaged 250 bbls of new turn to G II Ruble at 26 per barrel Ethel and Josephine Curd of Rich mond ore guests of their aunt Mrs John Johnson Mrs A D Armstrong of liar rodsburg has been the guest of Miss Florence Christopher Mrs Cella Armstrong and children have returned to their home In Louis vlllo after a visit to Mrs C F Ison Mr John Robluspn of Harrodsburu will conduct service at Ml Olivet Sunday in the absence of the pastor Mr John Dlsraukcs lost a valuable work mare last week This Is second one to die within a few weeks Miss Mayme Bastln and brother Clinton of Lancaster spent Saturday night and Sunday with tho family of Albert Skinner Miss Hortense Dodds of III will this week to visit relatives among then the family of J F Ruble and Rljbard Brogle Tom Skinner Is at homo from school at Bowling Green Ho leaves the llrst of September to take charge of a school In Henry county Miss Alice Scott entertained last Wednesday evening with a water mel on fete in honor of her guest Miss Margaret Christopher of South Elk bornThe Misses Ashcrs of Harrodsburg have returned to their hoyio after vis iting their aunts Mesdumcs Pryor and Jennings They were accompanl sd by their cousins the Mleiea Jen pings Last Thursday night an electric storm passed over this place lightning tricking the now barn of Geo Scotts Amule was In tho stall near whore the lightning struck but ho escaped unln Last Thursday afternoon Miss Maymo Dismukes and Victor Rubles wore united lu the home if Christian In Lexington lev Mark Collls pastor of Broadway Christian church performing the care Miss Dlsmukosls the oldest laughter of J W pop liar blacksmith and Mr Ruble Is son of Ruble a prosperous well known trader Tho couple hays the best wishes if many friends Active at 87 Title would bo unusual nuws If men women would keep themselves from rheumatism and all aches pains as well as keeping their muscles and JonU limber with lullunla Know Liniment Sold by I E MoRoberft 1m for 1 los lo Miss and at time you little liver around GO of W Scott hereon last time arrive marriage at Miss ltena Disinukes our the J B farmer and youthful and free and Saturday attending September U men I f of Luiiil GARRAllD OIIIOOIT COUII Axis Coulder c Plaintiffs VS Martha Witttcs Defendants By vltturo of a of rendered at MONDAY AUGUST 23rd 1000 between tho hours nf 10 n in and 4 It being County Court sell t the highest and best bidder nt Cuurt house dour In Lancaster Gar rard Kentucky time follnwln described real In Uarran County Kentucky on tho waters o nix tin old Danville Lancaster turn rko road bounded us follows Beginning at n point bi the middl of the toad corner to V Cook Jacob Robinson with tho mid W 060 8 4rt W 1117 chains n tho corner to J F leaving pike with his hue N 4J W 2060 chains to i stake conifer lu name In lino to W II MUM with said Mows N 421 I 712 chains to a stake N 331 E 17 01 chains to a red oak Mump corner sumo N 411 K 362 to n stone corner to same and S H Anderson thenco with said Anderson H 001 I 31 05 chums to the middle of the more said turnpike thence with middle same 30 E 205 chains to a point In the middle of slime corner to Mrs Lucy Anderson thence leaving thin pike and with said Anderson S til Y chains to a mono cUrlier to name N E 20 75 chains to a stono about or 0 feet beyond u tree curlier to sault S 32 E 1075 chains to a stake corner N W 1015 chains t n stake corner to same thence W 1018 chains S 34 W 330 to with same N 60 W 33 00 cTulns pass log through an elm tree Jar the pike to the beginning two nun dred and sixteen and acres Said parties derived land by In herllanco from Job Wages and tho followlnii deed ono from L Walden and John Wages 20ih KOO niirporded In the ofllce of the iruri1 County Court book 22 Yago 218 snottier deed from W P Carncsand wlfo to Axis Caulder dated Dec 4th 1007 And re corded In said once In deed book Z page 283 another deed from Mar to Axla Wages dated Aug22m 1007 and recorded In said ortlce In deed book 23 page 30 another deed from Pherio Valentino and husband Wages dated Aug lilt 1007 In deed book 23 page 37 Said land will be as a whole tho sale Is mode for the of payment of certain Indebtedness the reinvestment of the proceeds other lands TERMS Said sale will IMS made on n credit o six months and the purchaser will required to execute with payable to Master Commissioner or said pur chase money bearing cent Inter rat annum from date of sale until Judgment upon which execution at maturity A also be upon the for the of the purchase money fI M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Atty for Coninilssloners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT WIlliam Coidlron as Administrator 01 0 Clause decd Plaintiff V8 Russell Clouse c Defendants- By vlrture of a judgment of at Juno term 1000 III tho above styled ictlon I as master on JMONDAY 23rd 1000 best bidder at the In Lancaster Gar County Kentucky tile following described real situated In Garrard County Kentucky on the waters of Drakes Creek and bounded s follows Beginning at a walnut tree in tho on a branch ineiico W 40 to a stone thence N 02 W 181 lolcs to u stone tliencu S 71 W 1UI to a stone thence N 87 W 60i same N 2 E 801 poles to a stone thence 08 E 171 poles to a stone thence S 0 K Ul poles to a stone thence S 40 310 thence S 481 I crossing a ridge tw a thence a new tiny 381 E 45 toles thence N to the turnpike road liienco if20 E 20 poles thence S 17 E poles 48 W 2Ui S 2 W 0 poles to the containing acres more or Being the same land J 0 Clouso by Wm awl wife by deed dated Garrard County Court In Defbook 22 pages 615 and ilO Said land will be sold as a whole and sale Is made for the purpose of the debt to estate of B Curler deceased for with 0 cent Interest annum from 1107 until und costs thereto anti for tho further purpose of the estate C Mouse deceasedTERMS Said sale will be mudoun a credit of and 12 months purchaser will be with good to tho for said puichase bearing cert Interest an Hum from until paid which tray nut at having thn and etliif a Judgment A lien also be upon land for tho purchase J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Louis L walker Atty fur Plaintiff Aug 3 1000 Saved Them Dr J 0 Qreeson State Seoty of American Veterinary Medical Assn okomo Ind says Time herd of hogs which the Bourbon Hog Cholera was used was sold yesterday o give this remedy tho credit of save K them Sold by Mount at Co COlli III 11Illollrtl4 Sale c time Circuit Its JUlie terlll t 10 styled notion I as Oil the t1 the co die ot time pike ti 3 W 11 cloune S 311 c mills mid la of 11110 Itebumson r once thou o to lit 081 6 to same Oat al It nil old dirt road S 301 y II cloth tJ 311 c tins stake corner toJ V Cook I d thence cunta ng 4 tllle said by timer and Axis Wages mu onller dated Sept Indeed and the and In be good the having time mid effect of a may wilt e land sold This Auy0 1009 J the Its Co IIlssluner will AUG tI imou of 10 u m and p m out Court day sell to the highest I Court house ur rard old hue thtnlle S 381 W 40 poles tu a stone poles pules poles to all old thence with N to astune 72 5U E 76 33 thence- S thence be naing 88 I s calve d tu aid Cnldl n April 20th UO and reco III time time the of J GOO per 20th Lime 1I0ttl ment ot six and oxe to money d ot ale o ecu un nail mats tit force will sold payment money This on J It mbuve muster p- In and rutcastertutu lineSa Clerks l es t- Axis recorded 6per std fu a Issue i moot Ill Between 4 Itbeing thin graveyard 5 poius payment lie payable to upon tha same Remedy that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of Citizens National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we 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 1 0696000 Second week August 9 20024000Third week August 16 34500000 V T qr It f- J d u L 6 I I th IJ i I 1 y J Lef I fJJ ynrI ti f f f 1 e r 114y fA 4 I r y f The earthquake In Japan Saturday afternoon did great damage The lots of life was estimated at thirty and In jured at eightytwo Three hundred and sixtytwo buildings Including many temples are reported destroyed and more than one thousand others badly damaged PUBLIC SALE laving sold farm I will sell to the highest and best bidder at my farm 1 mile South of liryantsvlllc ICy on THURSDAY promptly at 10 a m Xne following and Shetland Ponies Jersey thirty Cows and Calves 72 Southdown 1 3year slulllon by Oratorio dam one yearling htalllon by dam Ash land Wllke nine brood mares with cults extra good saddle mare 0 twoyear old colts by Jim Clark ono yearling race cult two yearling cults une pat fouryear old mare mules one old horse mule Shetland 1 fouryearold stallion eight bn d mares which are 3 imported mares Reg layered 10 yc urJlig cults live suckling cult Cows and Cr null three with calves live yearling steers GO purebred Southdown Ewes most of thorn a buck that took the premium ut the Lexlng tom Fair 12 Bucks year llnus to 16 shouts Jacks and Jennels 1 Jack and two Jennets with colts by side 1 Kaufman Runabout ono buggy ness bridles and Saddleslot of hay 1 tobacco setter used 1 Mosler safe combination lock In per feel order con slating of wheat corn planter mower roller plows tor hay rake won cutting harrow lice wit 10 swarms of bees other mumerous to men lion and kitchen furnl lure line Radiant Hume heater Refrigerator Solid Oak Olllce Desk 1 solid Oak Honk Case 1 Rose wood nook Case lot of old fashioned and numerous other timings that vou will want Pedigrees will be furnished of tho pedigreed stock known on day of sale JEFF T DUNN Col I M Dunn Auctioneer 8fl3t Well Drilling Raving a ilrptoluss Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Wator or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debut Ior further information writeJ E HAMMOND I ancaster Ky personal property to t s Shm p 01 U 2131 Se tin Ponl veil rllllstered Jersey are old 10 Cows M yearling Jersey two ono buggy one doubo ot liar never een Iarmlo II hl er Lard Iurn co capacity thin I u lint old II a tllrnlture MM AUO 0 woo qIter fctillght year Jersey old set 5 gallon hmclu I A EEAZLEYIJ Arterial and Cavity Oil Deavllle UND ERTAKER Embalming O Ate atroet FULL LINE Or CASKETS AND DUHIAL KOI1ES ALWAYS III STOCK N 1x CU 1gL1o 0 1 UJ 04J 4cd THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENNY Iroldiat J B STOUMES Vice Prcit S C DENNY Ciihltf J F Robinson AMt Cashr It T Kmbry Hwkkeepor DIHKCTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormcs 8 C- Dcnnr J WI WilliamsL Gill l g Q s a trl sLAJ CfJs tj tot o I pp rZ dc Q 1to I C CD c1d LAC gQ L cc 0 p C1QI I II SUMMER RATES I l 0iOc- D Iv 0 rrhid at1y ca vi NEW YORK Every tiny round trip all rail 2800 Via Norfolk nut 0 D S Co 3000 Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake and Rail 3315 1 en- to 0 cN 5 n- 1en r 1I o c r N t Atlantic City Thursday August 18 16ROUND TRIPSI BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York stop overs 3735 Old Point Comfort Tuesday July 27 and Sat August 3i 15 days 1350 L Very cheap rates to Atlantic and nil Seashore Resorts on Hummer Tourist rates to all principal points in Virginia on sale Fur Full Information Call On OKO Ticket OnicoPneonU Hotel Lexington Ky I Address W UAnNY D P A LI I I r 2- ti Ji IJUlii UTj L Laurel CountyLONDON KENTUCKY l nrr The Fairi I 1 wr saAi 1lh A ems 7J 4 t r 1 q1Y a S 13 f- iH BigI V- r l 24 25 26 27AUGUST X909 Bradley Day Wednesday Aug 25 lion W 0 Bradley United States Senator front Kentucky will deliver an address on fair grounds subject The Mountains of Ken tucky Let everybody come out and give to Senator Urndlcy the enthusiastic welcome he so richly deserves Make Bradley Day the biggest demonstration ever seen InKnstcrn Kentucky k r P Ii J J WALttruPresldont TIN BIGGEST AND BEST COUN TV FAIR IN THE STATE I J Hobson Day Thursday Aug 26 Hon Richmond P Hobson the Hero of Santiago and now a Con from Alabama will deliver nn address on the fair grounds subWf Kentucky null the Nation Captain Hobson still retains his raffle In the United States Navyand In the event of war with a foreign will be found In command of one of our Countrys battleships You now have an opportunity to sec and hear a man who has helped make of the Nations heroes u ower historyone A Balloon Ascension and Parachute Leap each day by Prof S E Thompson and his trained dog Cake Walking and Jubilee Singing dnlly by a refined troupe of colored artists Grand displays from Field Garden and Orchard Best of Saddle and Harness horse thoroughbred Running Trotting auditing Races Races by green country horses Mule races every Old Fiddlers contest on first day Base Hall Game on second day Midway shows Legitimate games and Amusement devices of all kinds Railroad Rates one fare for round trip plus Twentyfive cents Special trains from Richmond via Lancaster and Stanford on Wednesday and Thursday August 26th and 26th stopping at all stations returning same day Special trains will stop right at entrance to Fair GroundsI MR FARMER if you want a good wheat crop got tho best im plomonts viz Hoosier Wheat Drill Oliver Plows Clarks Cutting Harrow Far superior to any other Chattanooga Disc Plows Syracuse Hillside Plows Vulcan Plows Studebaker Wag ons Corydon Wngons Do you want n happy wife Got her a Majestic Range and Economy Fruit Jars The best made J E Mount Co 1 I r II 1 III E fi0 1 1 Ii r r ii t IJr p t r r I J S JOHNSON Vlco Prcst ORGANIZED 883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 30000 SURPLUS 25000- B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONHT Aiwt Ctshr 0 D WALKRK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS i B Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbbn Lewis L Walknr C A Arnold THE Garrard Bank Trust INCOHIOUAT- KDLnnoa tur Ky Capital Stock 6000000 R B McROBKRTS J C Kubanks i Vice Pres R I Burton a Vice Pres J W KLMORR Cashier DA TIi a 11 A nt C hler R L Ikin BookKccpcr We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam whore do you buy your COAL Alta doys only ono place to buy coal Boss and dots right whar I gila mind right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards lied Star Coal at ICcta an do best lOo coal you obor soon for do money doys not jv clinker in it Data right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders r T M Arnold fi 1 ai t r r ty1 i 1 if Doys dot Jlitf I ij i tl y M Coy rest Bank 49 Gossip About People v v v A BrIer Mention of the Comings Oolngi by Thou Wi Ate In Miss Edna Mason Is In Vancbur at tending a houseparty Miss Salllo T Smith Is visiting at Jolllco Tennessee Dr Marshall IC Denny has returned from French Lick Springs Miss Nora Francis Is at homo from a visit to Richmond relatives Mrs Marshall K Denny Is nt home from a short visit to Richmond J W Sweeney has gone to Colum bia this week to attend the laIr Miss Alllo Arnold Is at home from a restful stay at Dripping Sprites J L Francis was a visitor In the latter part of last week Mrs E M Denny of Lexington is visiting Mr and Mrs A 0 Robin Mrs Anna Ramey of Emlnenc Is visiting her daughter Mrs E M Wal ker Mrs Earnest Sprnituo and daughters of Louisville are visiting Mrs W R CookMr Hiram Pendleton visited his home folks In Mcdcalf county this weekMr and Mrs W D Mason were visitors at the Lexington fair on last FridayMrs AW KavanauRh Is In Rich mond visiting Mr and Mrs George Hellew Mrs Annie Walker of Huntington W Va Is with her daughter Mrs W O Rigncv Miss Mary Mobley of Stanford Is the guest of her cousin Miss Nannie D Herring Mr and Mrs Lynn Hudson of are guest of Mr and Mrs Hanks Hudson Mesdames Alexander Kennedy and Win Farnan are recuperating ut Crab Orchard Sprints Mrs J B Paxtou and children of Stanford are with her parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Robinson Prof and Mrs D W Bridges Saturday from a protracted ylslt to relatives In Cadiz Ed Collier of Memphis Tenn Is at jicmio for a vacation with his parents Ir and Mrs James B Colllor Misses Rebecca Williams and Miner va Cox visited relatives In Lexington just week and attended tho fair Mrs UcoT Smith has returned to jier home In Stanford Florida after a ylslt to her sister Mrs T J Price Miss Dove 11 Harris has returned home In Danville after a several yvcckx visit to Lancaster relatives and friends Mrs Lucy Sandldgo and nephew of Lincoln county Kucslsof Mr and Mrs James A Beazley Miss Callio Adams has returned home after attending a house party given by Mm Humphrey Burnotto near Richmond II Smith of Birmingham Alabama accompanied by Muster Julia Is visiting her parents Mr 4nd S It Henry Mr and Mm W 0 WUorrltt and children and Miss Alma lierkio of Now Orleans have arrived for a viII it to Mr and Mrs W II Wherltt Mr and Mrs Robert Drawer and little son nober Walker havo ro Burned to their homo In Chelsea Okla liuiim after several months visit to relatives Miss Callio Adams entertained to a air oclock dinner at Hotel KengarUn Tuesday evening In honor of her at tractive guests Misses Wado and Jo Marot of llryuutavllle Pearl Hackney qf London and Rutli Marty of Clnclu mil I and relatives son to- Iler l Stewart Sunllldlo ire Mrs E Lexington Atlanta returned carbon Mrs Davis and wife Are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J Joseph Mrs Ed Price visited Richmond re latives this week and attended the fairMr Jesse Morshon ot Corbln visit ed his sister Mrs John Walter this weekMiss Allco Rlgney Is visiting her cousin Miss Lucle Wulker at Rich mond Mrs George Lusk Is In tho Falls City on a visit to Mr and Mrs R E Hughes Dr and Mrs Whlto attended camp meeting In Scott county on last Sunday Mrs II M Grant and children are In Lewis county on a visit to Mr and Mrs J S Bowman Prof and Mrs Nichols have re turned from a star of somo length with friends In Cadiz Mrs Jennie Faulkner Whltcof Rich mond is expected tomorrow to visit Mrs Emma KaufTman Mrs Ellen Tevls of Oklahoma Is hero visiting her sisters Mesdames W O Rigncv and U F Hudson Mrs Ed Mooro and daughter Miss Susie of were recent guests of Misses Martha and Sallle Tlllett Mr and Mrs Quincy Gray and little daughter Sabci of Conncrsvlllc Ind are guests of Mr and Mrs A W Walker Grand Mas ter of Kentucky Odd Fellows made his annual visit to the IOOF lodge Tuesday right Mrs George Hagan and children of Oklahoma and Mrs Bottle Ducison of Richmond are guests or Mr and Mrs R L Ilagan Capt T D English wile and daughter Miss Fannlo Morton of were guests this week of Mr and Mrs W A Arnold lion Milton Harvey Mabry Judge of the Supreme Court at Tallehasse Florida will Join his wile and little son here as guest of Mr and Mrs Price J Bradford Jennings stopped In Lancaster on his way from Now York to spent a few days with homo folks Ho with his wile and bright IIttlu son Clay leave Saturday for their Pecos Texas JWYANTSVILLE Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of and her guest Miss Amo Hamon of Cynthlana are visiting Mrs E II liallard for a low days Miss Mary Hunter of Qultman Ga Is visiting Miss Mavmo Leo Ballard They were tho guests of Mrs T Woolfork In Lexington last week and attended the fair They expect to spend tho weekend at Crab Orchard Springs and several more delightful affairs are being planned for Miss Hunter during her visit here BOlt He Ever Used Mr W li Ilroroln Spencervlllo 0 says I havo used your Bourbon Paul try Cure with my chickens and turkeys and think It Is the best remedy for cholera that 1 have ever used For Sale by J R Mount Co Administrators Sale As administrator of James Gay do ceased the undersigned vljtf on FRIDAY AUGUSjX i Wbeginning ten oclock A M at lato of said Guy un lack Garrard county Kentucky public to the tho following Jfolfarsj fi cows cow 3 steers 23 hogs 2 work mules 2 work horses 2 work mares wheat binder mowing machine wheat drill corn twohorso wagon hay frame other bmisnlmld kitchen furniture ton dollars under all over ten dollars the gIve note with to boar Interest at tho maturity till paid and to Da tile und at the National Hank of Lancaster Lancaster Ky This August 10th lOOU II 8 Administrator at James Gay deceased Mr Chas Judge John D Carroll to day T J home In W n til r dellce creek so lit hlllh s adder farm and Toruisi All sum ul or vs q ins purch ser I to to bo duo January let 10 rate ur or cent anUUIII troll1 English Lexington and various surety sa el Business Items Taxee Due tax Xe you a tax recjlpt I hope I ll not bo to Insist nt C A u n n i For Sale to Mrs S 8 13tt Dr W N Craig Oculist an tlclon will return to Lancasacri day AUigus24th Ofllito Mengarlan who need Apses should call their eyes Fot Salo on Rldli Dr A ground on or write I W W Withers of Lexlngtoi A one cent card bxry save you Vino hundred dollars Write for Samples and prices 5 Per cent Money on real c tluylnoney lat the year no to mUc application cAfll you iff fall or the timers C25tf O B Swlnebroad To Mommouth Cave August 25th on regular train for the season 112 05 for fa three day trip Includes railroad fare hotel routes Jjrrough tho nil the Cincinnati and Knoxvlllo divisions Ten days limit on tickets See L N Agent 81321 Moat for Your Dollar I have some lands In tho West that I must Improve We will sell our store dwelling will on all until closed prints soda 3 for 10 eta coffee 16 cts All other goods In proportion Come and save money 0 8133 RECORD SHIPMENT FROM IN CREASING TREMENDOUS LY AS A SHIPPING Point In an Interview wfth tho HesslgEl lls Drug Comparu ono of the largest inns of In tho Southern States that the demand for Restorer and QBan Hair tonic was growing to unprece dented proportions So great has the market become for these preparations that druggists are ordering of them In greater quantities than of any other preparations compounded for tho same purpose Tim by tho compounders ofQUan Hair Restorer and QBan Hair Tonlo Is unique You can go to any druggist and buy six packages of Restorer one at a time and If after using the bottlo the color of your hair been chang ed to the color of any druggist The Hull TOJUO is Intended for use who are IMC A dally application of tho HalMonlo will It la said posi tively Increase the growth of the hair from three to six Inches per year until the limit of growth has been reached The preparations will keep thq hair In a perfectly healthily condition and will eradicate dandruff sU p falling hair correct etc No woman shoul Bo without a bottle of tho QBan Tonic Its your druggist bents recommends and It you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can have the first bottle free simply call and ask for It Fur sale at all Druggists WQwU1i UtM 1 I o t Organ 1 con ltlo ooks thr c rdrobes In r did condition Ap L shicy Las bo at rum Stat on Inlr store 10 be rstand and est tow o never has 820 0 We s out cst 5ct Churches MEMPHISMEMPHIS whole ers th itcd aIr Q th hi not the will gIve ou UII der on the nd to you your money by gray al d people liS well as those tCZOlUlltou conditIons aIr use Is Ightful It For sale at all drug Ills about th guar tee on Q Dan proparall II- In e sells these parutlons ftitaw la trtt elMr can t w ow liar io book d am real to that ne on p nold l iYWArtthLrr taslouer- estnnntn6pnerWa4Ypp6 One Mon splendld a p ues so in are t A h use three a r nd street Price 36 y- hi the largest d ter Metal ootlng Read Caw sition Roo gs Roof Paint to p Central Iyy VIII loan In sums of 1000 or e first will iced rat ha e everal car f and rogins 11 illen pElow Q Ban Ban lair manufacturer tore ad lair r To Order Obelisk Flour Next Every cook and every housewife who has used It its splendid qualities and continues its use Noth but the best of wheat enters into its manufacture it and see how much more successful your baking be A car just received order now BANKS HUDSON AT McRoberts Drug Store B L Wood Prtit W C Fish Viet Prest W G Kempcr Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOUlOKATKD ling II OOOOC OOCOOC I v MWWM Qoo x- I PARIS GREEN J 00 00aooo00c cJOOOOOOOOOOC Wo offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking wv nuYOU DONTWANT FORGET CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS gooooo DIHBOrOHM M COY ARNOLD KOQUYN JBBDUROWB WOODS E W o Flail V C WYNN nnn R L n II J B L WOODS I I Our Customers ere Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt boon opon regular for some time but will bo opened ovary Saturday now Come in and get the best PIIOTOKS nt the best prices The FOX STUDIO Inyour Tobacco Barns with BIAZLIY HASELDEN as they will Insure your Tobacco also Office Notional Dank of Lancaster Phone 31 S u r e j Nr 1 p f r 111 SJ A e a l OeNaeeeeererreeeeroeeeereeoooeoe Ji W Uorroir Grntltiuto Uiitlcliwi- lauci fined Butiifuciion fiuarittitced Hughes REAL Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Photo 221 EST TE i wwaa was wine roa omco Honfi M n m tc12 t pm to I n Btormii DriiK Store omce over B VATlrJ l1- t DENTIST I Lancaster ICy n t Ft t Ihonoo5 r M K Denny DENTIST Office Mill Arnold Millinery H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor PIIOVK 2WJ omen corner toxlugtou 81 and Public Bqnar Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Onice over Police Court Phone 101 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTMR KKNTUCKY M HOUSEBARBER Call In and get a Strive Hair Cut and Khampoo North tide ot Public Squaro Hot and Cold Baths HR A E PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hump Richmond ave every Mouday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Ware McRoberts LOOK yon TUB MORSE SHOE and trade with our old reliable barber H M Duncan on Richmond street who Is a help to our town nt all times nsrG5 oneex Get lirui to cry your sales Best nf references I over I I U S 1 I I J it I I II Occasion- t OWEL KENTUCKY VJLA J Jj UGn1 b jI r 5 M Courts t 1u i 1 j 4rraeoeooworeroooeooetaoorooooeo If eooorooooooe oeeoeoobtNoooooo1- r I w T A c M S i Crn THE GU TEED VOHW RE D Y THE CHlLDnEN3 FAVC TE TONIC CIW C f MT TII THI CtNUINK ffttrAHCD I IV k- fBsIlardSnow Llnlmnnt CO OT MO MoRoborts Drug Store MVK SKKJK JU11KET CINCINNATI UNION STOOK YARDS Augu tl Ca- lt c lpu Bhlpinenti CATTUCl Shipper extra Uulclier xtra food In choice Common to flog Bbcep- UK lew BK M5 5tn8 10 HO JM 85 30 9 VV4500 C WXS8Z4 4 IV 4 W 1 Wti M to 5 7JI to M a a 66 i M Cmainon and liriit 4 911 7 jj good paclttri and butchou k CX4K 10 Mixed packer 7 WKBHM- Bugi I 7 7 Quiuuiou to heavy 6 7679 8 M 4 OUfiM W Ooud toobolee fl V T 40 Good to choice Cumnioii to air extr to Ulr Uanneu llnlli baluguai 19 eholoo Juniiooutofulr r QUID il J I 1113 1 ere GOO 0 6 a t 1I0Unultra Cow a ljt j IiI i Val 1111 cow 117fii Ij I 1llIbIIItIeuP II 1ttIIlIIfIioo t t to 3h5 7111 w QIUIUOQ 10 air OSO OIJ t r F z r ZY4 tare quad to choir Common ra4 SOU4650 Extra n 6I154tl I 400i1445- 0CALVk811alrs 7Tt24Y- alr to tl r choler tar saw i27041w1 1ls ILlaihrudls rl 7697 a1 1t0 U4ry 1 1 TAKE YOUR MILKTO THE IT PAYS I 5 L 0 u Iouu uA i uil ii ilo iltHtiiiii 10 uUowor v vB r fi a III 6R6fM6RY i t t Z q q u I1ada u t7T a tj p s n I a t c7 Baby Morphine Fiend are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGcos Hihy Elixir contains no Injurious or narcotic drug nf any kino A sure und seta cure for bordered stomachs bowels and fret fulness splendid Infants S ild by It R McUobertn 1m MAHKSIiUltY Mrs Noah Marceo was quite 111 a few days last week Miss Nura Clark has returned trots a visit to relatives lu Jessamine county and Lexington Mr Robt Clark has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs William Clark nf county Miss Nannie Sparks has returned to her home at Iltckman after a visit to her sister Mrs Iclo Kemper Rev and Mrs H M Shouse attend ed the fair Thursday and Friday at Lexington were guests of Mr Albert Shouse while there Miss Mary Cliesnutt has returned from Lexington where she has been attending the fair She was the guest of Miss Lee Herring while tiers The work on the dwelling of Mr William Tuggle was suspended last week on account of the Illness of Mr S C Hoop the contractor but he Is able work again which Is pro gresalng rapidly under his direction A few day ago Misses Nannie and Charlotte Noble were returning home from Klcliulasvllle when their horse became frightened at an automobile throwing them over a fence at a of several feet They escaped Injury with the exception of a few slight bruises The buggy was a wreckOne hundrqd and seventh annum session of the South District Associa tion met with tho Cornlshvllle church Tuesday and Wednesday of this week Tho messengers sent ti represent the Fork church are us follows Rev II M Shouse W D Marksbury T D Cliesnutt 0 D S Swope and Hus ton Huberts Mr M F Rout has purchased a small farm about 5 miles from on Lexington and Danvllh pike und begun moving his plunder They have been living In this commun fur about 30 years and we regret to give them up Mrs Rout will cape chilly be missed by the Ladles Society who Is giving up coo of the best members the Society has over hud The loss of so valuable a will bo keenly felt Seered With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by clamed door Injured by gun or In any other way the tiling needed at once Is Iluck lenu Arnica Salve to subduo Inllam mation und kill the pain Its earths supreme healer Infallublo for hulls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25cutll B Mclloberts 1m FARMERS COLUMN I Apace below this heading or the exclu sire use 01 our farmer iiiticrlbcri and U thu sale ol stock grain and inch thlngi on at the farmer cannot afford to adv r tlio No notice will be accepted over line and will be only In two ol thu IUCOBD riu ol charge I have n nice Jersey cow for sale 0 II fiutron PreaclifirHvlllf Ky Wanted 60 or 00 head of cultloycarN Ings or 2 yeur old steers or heifers to pasture tit 70cU per month Also GO ton of timothy hay fur sale a Y Conn FINK FA1UI IN UA11IIA1U COUNTY lOU SALE I A blue eras iltuated on new near Jolnt aud its loulh of Urcailercotj acres well located In good orbood being vl ol reildence thereon with alt u CM ury outbulldlnM suit good new barn Well watered sic waver falling iprlng and crock running through Txnmt cash lu hard balanc one and Iwo yean scion U b arug six taut utereil until a4i- feriuut looking or uch place writ or i W 0 WALKKU Htaolojd Ky QIJV IJVV VIJVVV fur teething THey toresume distance Baptist M JenkIns Work- Ing member 0 I tooDaooooooOOIO I for lotto tour flue farm pike all Dill nlul Yen sal Walk trI with a lenhonlll new eras In tOIl vIe mentioned Lex- Ington oorooevoooo ooooor ooooaoooo roses tooL the John two atury day par Farm and Stock GOO good young ewes for sate t f R E Henry U M West bought V A Lears crop or hemp In the Held Stove Hill of Hyiittsvlllc sold one of his Rodo Island Red roosters for 500 J Y and J F Robinson have sold their rowing corn crop of 55 acres to Banks Hudson fur 260 per barrel C M Hannn of Shelbyville will tbo tobacco growers of Garrard county at the Court House next Mon day court day Although Edna May won eight first and one second Blue Grass Fair Including the 81000 saddle stake and two championships Him was defeated Saturday by Star McDonald In the championship ring fur live galled sad die horses The decision was close us Judges Bales and Bund divided on their decision and called III Mr Hack ney to give the deciding vote which was cast for Star McDonald CAIlTfiHSVILLE Little Willie Dullard Is very sick at this writing Burned to the wife of Mr Albert Ponder line boy Mrs J T Dawsun was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs C S Hoop Mr J W Carter buuuht of Mr issue Hollnndswurth a fine Jersey ow Mrs U S Hoop who hits been con tined to her bed for three weeks Is iluwly Improving Rev Bunyan Davis of cave a very delightful lecture at Gar ems Chapel Thursday nlgt on Odd Fellowship he also preached Sunday morning Washington Plague Spot lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding grounds of malaria germs These germs cause chills rover and ague biliousness hundlce lassitude weakness und general debility and bring or leath to thousands yearly But Elec rlc Bitters never full to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They aro the best tonic und taro fur malaria I over used writes R M James of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60c Guaranteed by R E McRobertfl m LIVER Responsible for Most oHho Con stipation In tho World There are many Laxative Pills but It Is doubtful If any are so rlllclcnt In compelling u lazy liver to perform Its duty ax Booths Laxative Villa Their action on the liver and bowels IN certain yet gentle and effective They promptly euro constipation by toning or the liver stomach and bowels They create an appetite und will causo un Improvement In the general condition of any run down person Booths Laxative Pllln act to gently and easily on tho bowels that they give a joyous surprise to snITorors who have been using ordinary Laxa lives R B McIlobortB sells them for 25 cents u box and ho knows they aro all that Is claimed fur them- I hud been u victim of constipation for a lung time Korornl remedies wero usad by mo without uny apparent relief Seeing Boothii Laxative advertised I procured a treatment 1 found this remedy was far ahead of any outer that I had used Malcolm low 83 Marshall Ut Traffic Greek Mich MIONACures It rnlloTM stoinaplt misery wiau or money buck bnx o tab lets 60 UwtwUu lu all towns hA A AAAfrA address suffering all round A LAZY I Ilh l i Ira o a lit the V widely oad ouros launch dlq u r Commissioners Sale of Laud OAKRAKD CIRCUIT COURTI Pauline Carter Plalntlfl v David M Carter Etc Defendants Ity virtue of n judgment of the Got rnnl Circuit rendered nt Its Special term looy In time above styled action I as master commis sioner will on MONDAY AUGUST 23 agog between the hours of to n m 4 in it being court day sell to the highest ami best bidder ntpuldlc at the court dour In Lancaster Kentucky the following described situated In the curt tits and Rockcastlc more particularly hereinafter and separate Said lands sold in separate boundaries as here inafter set No I contains acres on the waters of White Lick in Garrard County Kentucky and is as folows- BcKiiinitiK at a point In the middle of the Copper Creek and Paint Lick turnpike corner to Woods and Camp point Is N 71 W 371 chains from the S edge of a culvert at the North West corner of store house at Cartcrsvillc thence leaving the pike and with time line to said Woods Campbell N 53 ESJS clialrts chains N 4 y 260 chains to a stone on line and corner to W C thence with Winn N 86 E to an ash thence a drain S 87 E 121 chains N 8E 450 chains N roi E 662 to a point In said drain In said Winn and to 12 E 15 5 chains to a stake on North another branch to F M Carter thence down branch with her line S 84 E 441 chains S 8 12 E 188 challis to a point In South edge branch in line to same and corner to D It thence leaving branch with Ledford and with a fence up a hill S 20 12 W 400 chains S 25 34 W passing corner to Ledford and John Allen at 80 in all 295 chains S 27 12 W 400 chains S 28 W passing corner to grave yard at 2 76 chains in all 427 chains S 82 12 W 151 chains to a point on a slate bank at North edge of Oil Well road corner to graveyard and school house lots thence with house lot S 78 t2 W 156 challis corner to school house lot and Lish Pitts 20acrc tract of Carters land thence with line of said tract and along Oil Well road S W 815 chains to a point in the middle ol Lancaster and Mount Vernon road thence with middle of said road S 18 34 E chains S 36 E 419 chains to a point in the middle of road corner to E Palmers 5 acre and Slavins 7acrc tract of CArtcrs land S 64 14 380 chains to a in the middle of a culvert supposed corner to Joe thence supposed line to same S 49 14 W to a young marked hickory supposed cor Stormes thence supposed line to J E Stormcs thence supposed line t E Stormcs N J3 34 W 7SO chains N 56 W 1000 loins S 86 12 W 1000 chains to a white oak thence N 2 E 15 93 chains car ner to Montgomery and Campbell thence with Campbell S 73 E 265 chains to a stone corner to same thence N 34 E 992 chains to a point in the middle of before men tinned turnpike thence with middle of said pike S 73 E chains to time beginning and containing acresThere is excluded from this boundary a church and church lot containing 162 acres and a grave yard containing 113 acres and the right of way leading to said church and graveyard Said church lot is bounded as Beginning at a gate post post at a gate on the East side of the Copper Creek road is 25 23 14 E from persimmon tree marked as a pointer thence gate post N 69 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 169 chains to chestnut tree S 35 E 338 chains toa stone S II E 67 chains to a North East corner of school house lot thence with said lot S 79 14 W chains to corner of said Iftt thence N 72 j4 W 657 chain to a stake at upper edge of I 12 W 40 the second corner of the thence S 73 W 323 chains tuf South gate post thence Nf 14 W hcKinnhin The lows I ItcginniiK af a tone corner to the chains to alstfrnc S n E 357 challis to a stake And coffee bean thence with a 29 14 W chains to a S 83 W chains to a stake on a stale point supposed cor ncr to school tat with school house lot N n W school house lot at 467 chains to time beginning and 113 acres Said No i which is composed of tracts No i and 3 as accompanying Is di vided iota three a follows ex cluding said church yard and grave from part No I be first offered In three Part No i consists of time Southeast of tract No i and time South portion of tract No a In boundary i Is bounded as Beginning nt the side of n branch corner to M Carter thence down said branch with her line S B 440 chains S 81 ia II 188 chains to a point In the South edge of branch In to saute and corner to I 1 Lcdfordj thence eavinK branch anti with with a fence a hill S 20 ia W 400 challis S 25 W passing corner to and at 80 links In all chains S 3 W 400 chains S 38 W passing cor ncr to grave yard at 276 In all 82 a W 150 chains to a pointer on a slate hank nt North Well road cor nrr to grove yard and school thence school house tai c c 3 4 d I eoullt o IIII N Moulgoi rys WI J 45t hairs dom S n lime o said Child encc Cldlds S ban o corner M salll o tract McCormick j allow the runt road this link from sue y 1a links to ntalliing 162 acres gr is bounded as church lot t lice N J4 E fen S stake 00 I tr- July mm property mm 3o clna with f link tag sal Northwest corner- S 0 and veyar to 2 gasohol mm North Leif r I 1 total it f of i e 1 S ta W chains corner to school house lot nail Llsb lids 20 acre tract of Cotters laud thence with said tract cold along Well rind S 75 W to a point in the of Umcnstcr and Ml Vernun toad Ihclicc with middle ol ald road S 18 It 540 chains S jo E 419 to a point In the middle of fond corner to Lydia K Palmer sacrc tract and tract of Carters land still with road S fk 14 K 380 chains to n polnnt In the of a culvert posed corner to McCormick thence Icnving road with supposed line to Mine S drain to n young marked hickory supposed corner to same Atomic thence supposed line to K Stormes N 33 34 750 chains N 56 W urn chains S 86 ta W 350 chains to n point in said line and corner to part No 2 thence with line of part No i N 40 E challis to n point In n drain 29 links S 30 12 U front a marked chestnut pointer thence N 5 34 E 308 chains N so 14 chains to n point 15 links South of a young mark ed hickory pointer thence N 30 E 307 chains to n point In the middle of the Paint Lick and Copper Creek pike at the South edge of n culvert near a store home corner to No 2 and 3 thence with line of part No 3 N 37 E 112 chains 58 130 chains to n point fret East of the Southeast corner of a corn crib tt Mnl 14 E 304 chains N 85 E 1046 chains to the beginning and contain Ing 6131 acres Part No 2 consists of the North west portion of tract No I and is bounded as itcginniilg at a point In the middle of the Copper 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 time of part No I a branch but not with Its meanders S 30 W 367 chains to a point 15 links South of a young hickory pointer thence S 20 14 W 270 chains S 5 34 W 308 chains to a point 20 links S 30 ia E from a marked chestnut thence S W 1460 chains to a point in supposed line to J E Stormes and to part No t thence with supposed tint to said Stormes S 86 iarw 650 chains to n white oak N ISOJ chains supposed corner to Ilontgom cry mud thence with Camp bell S 73 E 265 a stone corner to same thence X E 992 point in the middle a same corner to Woods and and corner E 371 taining 2749 ac Part No 3 of the North portMt of tract No 2 and is bounded as follows ItcKiiimittf nt a point in the miildlc of the Copper Creek nod Paint Lick turnpike and corner to Woods and Campbell said point is N 71 W 371 chains from the South edge of a cut vert at Northwest earner of store house at Cartcrsville tlicncc leaving pike with line to said Woods and Campbell N 53 K JJS chains N jo 34 W 3187 chains N 4 W 260 chains to a atomic on Montgomerys line and corner to C Winn tlicncc with X f6 K 450 chinto an ash stump thence down drain S 87 K 221 chains N 89 E 450 N 70 34 E 661 chains to a point in shad drain in line to said Winn and Childs tlicncc with said Childs S 27 12 K 3518 chains to a take on the North side of soothe branch corner to Mrs F M Carter and to part No i liciica up said branch with line to part No I S 85 W 1046 chains S 87 14 W 3Q4 chains S 48 12 W 446 cllnins to a point 5 feet Xorth of tie Southeast corner of n corn crib S 58 W 130- j chains S 36 34 W 112 chains to a point in time middle of the before mentioned pike nt the South edge nf a culvert scar n stone house corner to parts Nos i and 2 jthcncc with middle of said pike ami with No 2 N 71 W 371 chains to the bcniii 605 acres After offering said three parts separately they will be offered as a and the bid or bids realizing time most will be accepted Boundary No a lying being inn Gtrrnrd county contains 17117 acres and embraces the Susie K Lcavcll tract and that part of time Jonathan Creech tract now owned by J B Carters heirs and is bounded as follows Beginning at an elm tree standiiiK at base of bluff corner to W dcrson tlicncc his line N 86 12 W 62 links to a point III the middle of time Paint Lick and Copper Creek turnpike tlicncc middle nf cnitin M KJ i en S 7 14 W 16 14 E 540 chains S 2 12 E chains S i E 356 chains to on the West side of creek nf turn of pike and corner to parcel No a thence leaving pike and mill line of same and also line of Susie K Lcavcll tract crossing creK N 79 E 912 chains to a the North and near a sn ll drain thence S 80 E to a stake 2 feet West of a Mac walnut and In line to Elias Smith thence his line N t Illl I Jonathan still and with Creech tract S chains to an ash on the Enlf nf a drain and In line to thence with n wire fence N 22 E 715 chains to a black walnut song N 23 34 E 1232 chains I to a N 14 W 678 chains to a black walnut on a thAicc N 48 W a marked black walnut at 714 chains In all chains to a South edge of bank of Shields branch and 8 links down the branch from an elm cor ncr to W C Winn thence with Winn up Shields branch S W I chains S 60 W 603 chains tq a point R feet West of a black walnut corner to said Creech tract i thence N 79 W ifto7 chains t o a corner to W P Anderson thence N W 1850 S 85 34 W crossing at 775 chains In all 850 challis to a feet Northwest of a marked s S 52 13 W 180 chains S in W chains S 3 W f chains to the heglnnlnu and contain lug 17117 micros NO lies In Garrard n county Kentucky and contains acres embraces the Yeaky tract and n part of Robert K Conn tract bounded o iIp r j acre I It thence N 48 It 446 N E chains o 4 chains to a poser In IIle helot menlion Id thenc with or said pike S It 5 chains 10 n Cam tell to part No JI tr h NO3 thence still with nldl CfIT pike andwhi line part chains to and con c heists Win II PIn meanders S chains 712 chins S 15 a point stake on chalI y z 14 c Ins t0 a caner to nil Irner to Creech tr ct f Carters loath thcnec whim S ith 8 S 111111 f t s i 5 4 ti ao 8 ntit ut pik 3 of chains ands sides aauhc time Rios x a chins oink r i nt n In the West of time Paint Lick and Copper Creek turnpike corner to Clarki pike and with Clarks line S 89 ij 400 chains to n thorn S 77 It chains to a stake 4 feet beyond a leaning locust In nn old grave S 55 ia II chains to n stake in about to fret Ndrthwent of n S i ta II 240 chains to n point on the side of n old tall red stump S 8 j E 587 chains S to II aOo chains N II thRills to n in line to Clark and corner to Creech said stake Is In a stone fence and Is S 235 chains front n red oak nearly gone thence with Crcccli E 1440 chains N 80 W 818 clialns to A point 5 red West of a black corner to same and in line to tract nUll curlier to Robert K Conn tract of Carters land thence with Creech N 15 E 1443 chains to n sugar tree III n stone fence N a 14 E passing cor mitt to Creech and Elias Smith at 126 clams In all 529 chains to n stake 2 feet West of n black walnut In line to Hits Smith nnd corner to bound No 2 thence with No a W chains to a stake on the North side of and near a steal drain S 79 W oia chalks to n In the middle trie before mentioned turnpike with middle nnd mindcrs pike S 79 12 E crossing crclc 135 chains to a turn the begin gcthcr nnd tte bid or bids realizing the most will be accepted No 4 lies In county Kentucky and contains looSS acres mud Is known as the Nanic H Jones tract lying on the waters White Lick and Is bounded as fol lows Hcginning at n point In the null the of the Paint Lick and Copper Creek pike corner to thence leaving the pike and wvhh Weddell N 83 34 W chains to a point in the South edge of a branch corner to Gill Herndon thence up said branch with and with Gill ft llcrndon S 26 12 W 1012 S l 12 W 706 chains S 20 W 400 chains S 15 W 439 chains S 41 W 424 chains S o 34 W 740 chains S 37 W chains S 9 W 250 chains S 36 W 325 chains S 16 W 112 chains to a point in the middle of said branch curlier to same and to R L Arnold thence leaving said branch and with said Arnold S 85 12 E 820 chains to a stone N 12 12 E 283 challis to a black walnut mad hickory thence S 85 14 E 1221 chains to a black walnut corner to said Arnold and E Clark thence with said Clark S 87 14 E crossing Kennedys fork at 1579 chains in all 1633 chains to a point in time middle of the before mentioned turnpike corner to same and also corner to tract No 3 thence with middle and meanders said pike N 30 W 334 chains N 10 12 W 1000 chains N 13 W 135 chains N I W 356 chains N 2 13 W 425 chains N 16 14 W 540 N 7 14 E 7 2 chains N 8 W chains to the begin Wing mid containing 10055 Boundary No 6 40 acres and i on the waters of Drakes creek in Garrnrd county Kentucky and is counilcd as follows llcginning at a point in time mid lit of county road in line to I Y Lcavcll and corner to Isaaih Kelly thence with said Kelly 14 W 63 linksj S 30 W 400 chains S 40 12 W 1038 chains to n point in the middle of said road corner to said Kelly and W II Purr thence leaving the road and with Purr S 86 E 3975 chains to a stone and wal nut slump corner to L Royston heirs and Abe Faulkner thence with Faulkner N 22 12 W 1360 chains to an ash stump corner to Lcavcll thence his line N 86 12 W 2525 chains to the beginning and con taining 4000 acres Ilonndary No 7 contahfs 478 acres and lies in Rockcastle on the waters of Copper and Is hounded as llcginning at a point on the South side of branch about 60 yards abrfvc ntmith of same nile corner to F F hums thence said Robbins South barlk of Meadow branch N 28 W 1880 to a stake and hick ory pojntlrjfin North bank of branch fold call KKum and two hlckorys corner to and to Cashby Wil liana thence supposed line to said Williams S 53 34 W chains to a poplar marked thence S 20 E 1350 to a small white oak and hickory S 26 W 275 chains to a hunch of dog wood sprouts corner to thence N 53 W 600 N 89 13 W 1454 challis to a marked pine on a point supposed corner to Hicks mil thence supposed line lo said Hosklns S 5 1410 to two pines supposed corner to saute nnd Robert lucks thence line to Hicks S 74 34 E 1150 to n pine stump N S5 E 939 challis to a a drain corner to F F Robbins tlicncc his line N 51 34 E 1778 chains to the begin ning and 478 acres No 8 contains 284 acres and lies In Garrard county on head waters of White Copper Creek on the Lancaster Mt Vernon dirt road about l 12 notes Southwest of Cartcrsville- Hcginning at a painted white oak on time East side of sold road corner Tilts and Carter and Corncllsnn thence crossing time road nnd with N 13 W 1538 a white oak stump gone shown as the earlier white oak hickory and double chestnut pointers N 14 Ja E 626 chains to a oak with pine pointers on a shown by as corner N 14 crossing branch at 450 chains all to a white oak stump shown by Tilts us the corner two locusts a dog wood and sassafras pointers E 540 chains between K young leaning sort n white os pointers N E chains to a hickory aril black oak pointers N a marked oak on a bluff chains in all chains tn 4 marked black oaks N 33 Y 466 chains to stake white sour wood and ncnfr Vj 1 4 M chains to a two white pointers one lately cut down 7 433 to white I j I L stake nr o tb lice o S o t2 It 1000 chains I S JOJ1 387 halus S to J4 It J75 S It 284 chains S 5 a it C hats to nitiF nlll Ct tai ng 114J8 acres Said bnumi or Nos I RlIII J will he and to o unly rock follows ith UpI iu ns same chains- to I J N 4 It willow stump n said t fir sold then n meanders chains 1 chains acres cmmtans Szo ltd supposed chains supposed 6 4 ton acing painters oak J a I oak itiihifti N ta V M ehhtii to n itintked hickory N 10 W ftp chains lo n In middle n branch two poplar shown by AI to thence n tinned S E 600 chnlns to a stake on suds of drain cofntr to same and In title to Pills and fatter thence with last named S It E 2159 chains It W a jo chains to the beginning containing 48I acres llmiiidary No 9 coolants 20 j8 acres and corner on the tract III iarrnrd County Ky mil is hounded as at n painted white oak the bcgliinlnj corner of tract No on the En t side of the Lancflilcr and Mt Vernmt dirt road and ner lo S ii W crosMni road to n point In middle of road and about 6 feet of n white oak stump on the gut site of road corner to II W llorton thoseleaving road and with said Horton S ia E 1175 chains to n white oak stump on the North side of nnd n hollow corner to same and H thence line to said Ramsey by protraction N 20 14 E aiKs point corner to same and in line to and Carter theMe their supposed Zinc 5 W 1600 clialns lo the beginning 2058 acres No 10 contains acres lies on the waters of Creek in Rockcnsllc county nd Is wounded ns in the middle 48 links West of n marked yiilic oak stump on the North road in marked t on a chains to n point tlicncc line N tJ34 chains ilo a Southeast bank of Fin ItttaTiA i ii same S 12 W chains to the beginning containing 1470 acres Boundary No n contains 75 acres ami icing in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of about three miles Southwest of Carlersville SlId tract of land was deeded lo J B Carter F Slavln and Eliza Slavic his wife and Is designated tract No j In said and sail tract of land Is bounded as follows On North by J 11 Carter on time West by N Wilmot on the East by J H Carter on the South by J Carter and Henry Cainell and contains 75 acres more or less Said lands will he sold as hereto fore set out std the of said sale Is for the proceeds among the plaintiffs and defendants as their interests appear from anti orders and judgments in the above styled action At the same time and place and between the same hours the com mlssioner will rent what Is known as No 5 lying and being hGarrard county on Hronddus containing 20202 acres for the year 1010 and the terms nf sold renting will he a note of approved security payable Jnn uary I iqtt And n reservation far serding will b had for the fall of solo and the said Und so rented Is to be cultivated as follows No grass land to be cultivated std 70 acres wheat rye or privileged to se lect 5 acres of out of wheat bind also privilege reserved to sow wheat land in gram Said note to be payable to time under signed commissioner at maturity TERMS 01 SALK Said Mile of the Unds will he made on a credit of six and twelve months nnd purchaser will he required to execute bonds for the purchase price with Rood and approved payable to the imdcmigncd master equal six each of laud shall be half oft purchase due In six date of sale and uric half due in twelve months from date Said bonds shall have the force and effect of judgment upon which exe colon may Issue if not paid nt ma turity and In order to further secure the payment of said bonds I shall a each respective tract of land which said aye respectively executed J M ROTHWKLL Matter Garrard Cir cull CourtL I WALKER Attorney for Plaintiffs This August 4 1909 PUBLIC SALE Marine decided to change my location 1 will on- WKDNKflDAV Sept lit 107 at 9 oclock a m sell In the highest amid licit MiMcrmj farmcouihlln ot 111 arrvi pro vided It her not been mM irtvatvUrt loru llui aU v date This farm It Ilia Crali Orchard Pike 4 miles from It hat two food liouio ou hat roomi the other well watered and lays well This larm will lijolferrd for tala III two ways will olT r Oaereiol land with dwullluf then the other CO acre than othvr dwelling then the entire arm with both dwelling and Dm bid or bits bringing the most money will b considered I will also at thviamo tlm place otter for allot may lioni hu kllchtm fur nltiiro together with Jim arming Impll menu Ickory wagon 1 Under I skiing cuUliitiyn culling harrow 1 1 A and new hog hoi Aliol ovtm old sully ave year old hart wllli coll 1 lamlly inaru v yuan old I ol hog i CO head ol BWCII I llir ji lllont i iiiUnl ono corn hold ol uo acres and out ol li acres bo olT rt t lor u the fluid Termnoido known on day o particulars cull on or write she undtrilinud W BJrulit si COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr New Discovery ii It I J Ilohl h IIli down 1 S l halll Vest rel Cop r of oad side to Wren Itcuce with Wren S Rs E I I Iii S 6 IJ E IJIO llns to d white oak and orllrr to same Ithcnec su posed IJ47 chain N stake Ie branch oak stamp 1 eroulll I r Ii time IO t r i 1 IKttl1d3r j I j 4 I the j se shiner Ylhle to and I tnllmrlll hrtrltlJ j in rest p date jp hI S bands taken rf prrti tract fie inn so ns in make unc moat t month I I local un t Caster 1101 whlrh tort U r I I and sad liar l jr hotel 1 cow alld ulfllO hllal I Also will i For IUrlhur KILL THE 4 I 11 Fail k t r diagonally l0 said ton 1 t tfY Chas hickory 1 Wonon blackjack 12 c 1 dividin preceding 1 i i oat marl lit percent annum from nuts far of y 4 1 fur i i titer First with tale row a y w old bum sal solo i 1 I FOR cs sr I I IIIblot Ro Fri icR ln4 fie THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATI8VAOXOK R U McUobetU Drug Sore lJ 1 ANR ALL 1 i ti i h1 trt