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THE CENTRAL RECORDIVRK AND noon aovtutmumr TiritMTIltTIt VHAM LANCASTER KY F1UDAY AUGUST 27 won I lWtJWION UNlAllNISJllW JJR1CllAC ItUIlIfIl I of r 0 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 rgt tI tt I I r r 4 Etc1I- 1 i I J A little mm of Mr William Illand or tbi county Is reported qulto III of typhoid Lover Mr J II Dalton bought tho hand Homo residence owned by F F Stone on Crab Orchard street for 12600 Every body welcomes Mr Dalton to tho city Mrs Annie Singleton has been otter cd mid accepted a position as matron at Madison Female Institute She will enter upon her now duties In September John Estcsand Miss Viola Sargont both of thin place wero married In Richmond last Friday Tho brldo will be remembered HH tho pretty young MHS who has been selling tick eta for Mr Bargcntd picture show Variety of Lends The land sales made this week In tho county proves the fact that tiny quality or priced land can bo found In thin county It will be observed that wo havo lands ranging from ono dollar an acre In tho knobs 17 miles from town to 115 per acre as you approach town Court Day Wo were glad tosco a larger crowd In town Monday than has been hero for two courts Business was some better and the farmers are In better spirits than on tho two previous court days Capt Am Bourne reports the fol lowing prices on live stock Ago mules from tlOO to 1100 horses to 125 sows and pigs 1760 to 2260 cattle from 3 cents Indians The famous Cherokee Indians will play tho Lancaster base ball team Monday afternoon at three oclock and the same night at eight oclock This team of Indlanscarry with them their own electric lights and during the night game there will be used 60 arc lights making 60000 candle power Playing ball at night has just been In the larger cities and lucky to got an opportunity to see a game by night It will be worth coming miles to see Big Dee J J Walker R H Button and C A Arnold trustees appointed by the court to receive invest and control tho bequest given to Lancaster Orad ed School by the late Lewis Y Leav ell purchased 200 acres of land from Dr W M Elllolt for 115 per acre and 178 acres from B F Hudson for per acre These lands form a part of tho Bcazley place on tho Lex Ington road end aro richly worth the money Pie Income from this 50000 Investment will bcnclll to the school o 60 to 4 silo be u great Inaugurated ware School Shoes For Girls and Boys BEST On The MARKET School SUITS for Boys The Famous Perfection Brand None better and few as good Suits from 2Op to 650 H T LOGAN 1I i j r t r I rtJ74 Y4YPP worw- H I M i t 1 S 1titi r rI MlM Mary Leo Olyons who lives near Hubble was at home to a number of frlcmls cm Wednesday evening Embroidery Club The Embroidery Club was entertain ctJ Wednesday afternoon by Misses Martha and Helen The members will hate Mm pleasure of two meetings as Mrs II K Herndon entertains them thus Friday at her beautiful country home Big Farm Solo Dunn Adams the wideawake real estate audits Wednesday morning told to Dr V M Elliott the farm of Mr James Martin In tho Marccllus neigh borbood time consideration being 20000 The place contains 213 acres and Is located beyond Boyle county This IH one of time best stiles that has recently been made In this lo cality Commissioners Sales Master Commissioner J Mort Roth well made the following sales of land Monday Somd of this land Is In Ilockcastlo county and the knob land which sold so cheap IH near tho county line The first different of J 11 Carters estate David Carter bought UU acres for 3000 George Allen 380 acres for 082 F P Koblns 48 acres for 810250 George Allen 28 acres for Ml Dave Carter 141 acres for S10 E 75 acres for 28 II W Cornell sun 201 acres for 20 Time following are other Commis sioner sales Tho Wages farm of about 227 acres was sold to J W Elmoro for 15007 and the J C Clouso farm of 88 acres was sold to W II Purr for 1000 No Place Like Home M I Hughes on his return from Washington made tho following re mark While 1 have written of the great North West and Its wonderful resources and while I had a royal time In company with the loved ones who reside there I am nevertheless wedded to Kentucky hills her fertile valleys her lowing herds her tine horses and her beautiful women While the West exceeds us In the production of wheat fruit lumber Interests and the advan tRIO of foreign trade wo have a great er variety of crops and enjoy a substan tlal and constant growth In that Is desirable It has been truly said that Kentucky is the garden spot of the world and It Is equally true that Lancaster and Garrardcoun ty constitute the most beautiful llow or bed In that garden When I went out with my partner Swlncbroad In the buckboard under the red umbrel la driving the old black mare to sell a farm more comfortable than when crossing the continent In a pull nan car Veech Robson Mr Richard S Veech and Mrs Mottle H Hobson were united In mar riage at 12 oclock today at tho home of tho bride 121 East Urty street tho T S TInsley pastor of the Third Christian church performing the cer emonyOnly close friends and relatives of the groom and bride were In attend ance Mr and Mrs Veech loft imme diately after thu ceremony on a Penn train for New York City where they will spend several days returning to Louisville Mr Veech Is a citizen of Louisville being a director of the United States Trust Company and other financial Institutions Mrs Veech Is a daughter of Mrs Osee Huffman She moved to Louisville with her mother ten or twelve years ago from Lancaster Ky where her father Mr John Huffman until his death conducted tho Lancaster Hotel Mrs Veech on her mothers side is related to the well known Klkln fam ily of Garrard county Evening Post of Aug 24th Our Graded School Tho school board of tho Lancaster Graded School at the last mooting de tided to lengthen tho school year from nine to ten months This movement will put us In tho front rank of Grad ed Schools Our four years High School Course has tho approval of the educational commission ot the State of Kentucky Tho addition of four weeks to tho school year will enable us to glvo our pupils thorough prep aration tot college work and to enrich the course of study School will open Monday September 6th It Is hoped that every ono who expects to enroll with us will be Ares ent on tho first day Tho teachers of last year havo all been retained ox copt Miss Knapp West who declined to stand for roolectlon and whoso place will bo tilled by Miss Lillian of Owen county The school nulldlng IB being thoroughly cleans preparatory to the opening Ily this tlmo next your wo ought to have u now building Tile health und of the children demand It Hot tor equipment la necessary for the highest character of class room work The good of tho town tlnanclal as well us moralcalls far a decided for ward stop Lot every titan who has a caro for tho welfare of Ills town hand In this movement for school Im provement 0 W midges I Subscribe for Tho RKCOHU Jill In ono week In Uarrard Advocate are 20 lIcit Rev sylvan I further Sanford comfort u k live sections Whitehead truthfully vinc clad everything before woll known fond Record Goes to Alaska llolow wo print thn letter received from our friend and thank him for his kind remarks Nome Alaska August 3rd 1009 Dear Sir Plnd Inclosed 200 which I bellovo renews my subscription to your valuable paper until January 1st If I am not correct kindly notify mo Could hardly exist In this for Northland without the UKCUHU to keep mo Interested In and Informed on tho conditions at homo I think tho CKNTUAL HKCOIID a far Improved paper since Its change and hope you keep on tasking It just so Wishing you much success In your ntw enterprise I remain Yours respectfully Millard P Carter IAINT LICK Mrs J A Snowden Is spending row weeks at Slate Lick Springs Mont to the wife of John Gordon a tine sun whoso name wlllbo John B Gibson Horn to the wife of Walker Guyn a line ten pound boy who has been christened James Russell Elders Finder and George are a series of meetings at tho Christ ian church They ore having large crowds good preaching and much Is being manifested GILES Llge Hurt sold James Spears a nice work mule for 100 Raymond Davis sold Tom Davis of Jessamine a lino horso for 13760 William Stotts sold Goo Teater of Madison some hogs at 6 cents per poundTobacco Is better than generally ex pected Moses Humphrey has the fin cst crop In this vicinity- A merry crowd from this place wont to bard Sunday on tho the excursion boat and all reported a nice tlmo Mr Raymond Davis wife and handsome little son Robert visited Mr Ed Chandler and wife last week UNION Mrs C W Graves Is visiting this week In Fleming county Walter Wells and wife of Rulhor ton spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs John Newland and son visited Mrs Wm Moberly at McCreary last weekGeorge Wells ago 17 and Miss Hawley ago 14 eloped and were married recently May the dear chil drens path through this valo of tears be ever crowned with roses Mr Emory Rowe and wife have gone to Mammoth Cave from there they will return to their Michigan home They wore accompanied by Bert Hamuiack who goes to attend school Paulconer Barnes Wesley McQuery and Wm Ross and wife all from tiolp are guests of relatives at this place Mr flames while In town Monday ordered the C E N T n A L It K u sent to him for one year One of tho most elaborate dinners of tho season was given on the 17th by Miss Sarah Hammack In honor of her niece Mrs Emory Rowe The table was arranged on the spacious an elaborate course of old Kentucky ham chicken and other rare dainties Thirtytwo guests wore present MAIlKSHUltr Mark Goons attended the fair at Pcrryvllle Mrs Hell Perkins bought some sheep for fO per head George Kelly sold somo shoats to 0 A Robinson for Ocents Robt Smith sold somo corn In Held for 235 per barrel Tuggle sold some hogs A Lear for 8040 per cwt M G Aldrldgo and son Rod are at Dripping Springs for several days Rev and Mrs Shouso attended tho rates Creek Association at Crab Or chard Wednesday Mr and Mrs John Chestnut ot Dan und fatally Sunday Misses Mary Moborly of Stanford and Nannlo Herring wore guests of Miss Mary ChestnulThursduyovonlng Tho Working Society will meet next Thursday wllli Mrs John Woods A full attendance IB expected The attendance at Robt Routs tale was good und the stock brought reas unable prices rue farm of 84 acres was sold to John 1rowltto of Free dom at 11260 per aero Capt Dunn auctioneered Tho messengers of tho South Dim Association to the Cornlshvlllo Baptist church reported ono of best meetings In the history of tbo as sociation the fInance reaching tar above any of previous years and the hospitality was splendid With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with u knife bruised by Blamed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once Is Buck lena Arnica Save to subdue motion end kill tho pain Its Hupromo jnfallabla for Ulcers Favor Sores Eczema and files 25caUl E MoROborts 1m t a i s lOt J Interest In 1 JIll con lawnwlth u W T to V yule wore guests ot1 n Ladles healer holding Hazel tit k fief Lb 1St Soared must earth MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS t i gtrgYittq7qqtValt7Y7git8tt3fptetd930z tg3O4 trotO4fo4o4 e j 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 D I 4 I z I Old r 1 7 e 1 4PgPigtgwqq qIq gilqqq ViMlfrlldilJiAi7tiiar7 7i A9A0frl2 I 7 4 WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky i on ij ro a a General News Walter Wellmans second attempt to sail over too North Polo In a bal loon resulted In failure Chairman Prowltt of the Democrat to Stato Central and Executive Com mittees has Issued a call for a meet Ing ot these bodies at the Democratic barbecue In Louisville August 31 A heavy earthquake was felt In the province of Siena Italy Wednesday Practically all of the houses In San Lo ronzomorso were destroyed or badly damaged and many persons wore In Jurcd An express package containing 02 600 in negotiable bonds at the city of Chandler Okla was reported to have been stolen recently from tho Wells Furgo Express Company whllo In transit It John D Rockefeller lives till his eightieth birthday and ho has sold he will roach 100 ho will become drat billionaire In history In tho loaf two yean Standard Oil the wonder ful automatic moneymaking ma chino of his creation hue Increased hU fortune by 30000000 Mrs Basil W Duke president of tho Daughters ot tho Confederacy of Kentucky will havo charge of tho Con federate accommodation headquar the State Fair grounds for the big Jellersonlan barbecue on August 31 and September 1 Sho will bo as slated by a largo number of aids and torn the 400 Daughters of Confederacy will tender their services for the purpose of slowing veterans a the- o specials stoat good time whllo at the barbecue Special quarters have been set aside where the of tho Confeder acy will entertain the veterans To bacco arid pipes havo been donated for the occasion and these will be distri buted profusely after the veterans have regaled themselves with all kinds of tine barbecued meats and other re freshments Mrs Sarah Youtscy has filed suit for divorce In tho Clark Circuit Court through her attorneyJohu M Steven son against Henry E Youtsoy who Is serving u life sentence for complicity In tho murdur of Goy Qoobel Senator W O Bradley Is to bo u dinner at the Seolback lintel this Friday night According to tho Invitations tho dinner Is for the pur pose of giving Louisville Republicans u chance to show their appreciation of tho Senators distinguished services In tho United States Senate Tho body of Edgar Forsyth thirty eight years of ago of Harrodsburg Ky who died at the Norton Infirmary whore ho had recently undergone it surgical operation was taken to liar rodsburg for burial Ho was a sen of John S Forsythe a prominent mer chant of that place Time leading features on Wednes days programme for tho annual con vention of tho American liar Associa Lion at Detroit was an address by Governor Augustus Wlllson who spoke on The People and Their In tho course of his address Interest lug Incidents wore presented concern ing night rider depredations Kentucky tobacco I the Itt fy given t Law ward CENTIIAL HECOlllI98- UKD WKKKIV P S HUGHES EdfPubr- C AMI C M IK tantatltr 01 SMMrfCliiM Vrtll WHUr Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancnotor Ky August 27 tOOO fates For Political Announcements For Irtolnni and City Olllcoi I COO For Ummlv Ortlcns 1000 Tir SUito nnd District Olllccs 1600 FyrCilM per lino 10 Fur Cards par line 10 For nil publications In llio Inter est of IndlvldualB or expression of Indlvldiinl views pur line 10 Ohltnntlw lln M A fNi I r ttOO A YUAn nAt Member and I par v i1 i t q- i g reared F ii l r I f f I I l Domoerntlo Ticket For Circuit Jud i M C Suudcy For Commonwcallli Attorney Clins A Iliirdln For State Senator It L Hubble For HeprcMMitutlvi Mottle For Circuit Clerk W H Mason For County A D Ford For County Attorney J E Rubinson For County Clerk J Hamilton For Sheriff Gco T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jon nie Hl glns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourcc For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Uarrard county aui the nomi nee for County Attorney and will predate vour support B D We hear that Mr R S Brown the republican nominee for nlicrld to accept the nomination Ho has certainly acted wisely us there was no chance to win In Urn race by starting after the Democratic nominees have gone half way around the track and are sure to win In fact the odds art five to one on every democratic entry Messrs Alex Layton and Allle F Sat dors have been nominated for sheriff on the Republican ticket but we can not believe that they will continue In the race after sceini the situation Trouble expense for nothing boys The Democratic ticket will surely win It they get a talc count and are going to look out for fair play They will not submit to foul methods in manipulating ballots fIle part Is as well united as usual Democrats feel that they are obligated to support the nominees and the fow that fall to do so will amount to no moro than a tempest in a teapot A republican who expects to be elected by Demo cratlc votes should have a guardian appointed Dont do duped We have a good ticket and party allegiance will prevail Tho general trade outlook Is most encouraging the volume of orders In tho hands of merchants and manu facturers being probably greater that at any time slnco the fall of 1007 There lt every prospect of a rising tide In business and of unprecedented activity this coming winter if not be toro It Is reported that a paper will be published at Ilustonvllle The pro moters certainly did not consider the tact that they will be In the territory and shadow of that excellent and able paper tho Interior Journal which has HO many faithful patrons who will always support it and they arc not likely to patrnnlzn two Tho eighth district will bo well rep resented at tho Jeffursonlan Bui be cuo next week as Hon Harvey hour has accepted an Invitation to dellvt r a speech Jurt o M 0 Saulloy wa Invited but declined on account cf business engagements The republicans only favored a car poration tax to side truck the Income tax and by degrees tako away any Stato control of corporations This Is In keeping with their doctrine of destroying State lines Seven killed by the anlomoblllo at IndluiiapillN Is a fair start making that amusement equal to toot ball and tire works They urn not all dead yet We congratulate our neighboring town Danville on the great Increase In population during tho past few years and loupe tho growth will stead lly Increase The pessimist who said that the rains would ruin Uiu crops IB outing crow an they are lino and tho farmer is happy i Active at 07 Tins would ho unusual nuws It men and women would keep themselves free train rheumatism und all itches and pales as well us keeping their muscles and Joints limber with Bollards Know Wnlment Hold by II E Molloberts im i J 0 Judge W f tJJ III and theJ t I j- iIJ t f t 4 i I toward t l j I 14 i 111 l 1 1 I 9 a c I s f 1 np- r declined i a I r J 14 is a If t his i ra- Ces t t f n Tho Crime Ot Idleness Idleness means trouble for any one tin with n la y liver It causes constipation headache lawn dice complexion pimples and blotches low of appetite nausea but Dr Kings Now Life fills soon banish liver troubles nod build up health Me at R H McKobortn Im Volta Rav is sick at this writing Mr Calico f Madison county has boon making tobacco stick out of cede and says they are tine Mr Voylo tray and mother visited Mrs Llndla Calico of Madison county Saturday Llttlo Miss Salllo and brother of Poor Ridge spent Sunday with friends on Sugar Crock Protracted meeting will begin at Buckeye Ky tho pest Sunday In next month conducted Rev O P Bush Washington Plaguo Spots Io in tho low marshy bottoms of tho Potomnc the breeding grounds of malaria germ These germ cause chills fever nnd ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and ucncral debility and bring sulfating death to thousand yearly But Elec trio Bitters never fall to destroy them and euro malaria troubles They ore this best tonic and euro for malaria I over used writes R M James of Louellen S C They euro Stomach Liver Kidney cud mood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them COc Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m BUCKKlE Mrs Bob Long Is on the sick list W T Noel attended tho Lexington Fair one day Mrs R I Burton wasqulto 111 a fow days last week Miss Nora Long of Cottonburg Is Visiting her sister Mrs R 1 Burton Mrs Permella bugle who bus been sick for several days Is reported bet terMr and Mrs Jim Clouse of Stone were guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Ray Friday Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw vis Iced her parents Mr nod Mrs T O lllll Sunday Mr Crockette Ray of Louisville visited relatives at this place the lat ter part of tort week Mr and Mrs Thigh Miller of Nlch olativlllc visited her parents Dr Ocu lleiidron and wife Friday Misses Bessie Jennie and Nora R own of Lancaster were guests Mrs J W Drown Thursday night Miss Turn lioswell has to her home In Louisville after a several weeks visit to her cousin Miss Agnes Mlles Misses Jennie DIckerson Ruth Ray and Ruth Walter visited Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Lancaster from until Sunday Mr and Mrs L L Sander of Crab Orchard visited her parents Mr and Mrs Mlram Lay Sunday They wero accompanied home by her sister A Weakling Is the only way to describe the poor child that Is Hllllcted with worms No matter how much or how often It eats the worms get all the nourishment from tho food the child gets practi cally none Whites Cream Vermi fuge gets rid of tho worms quickly easily and with no Dad after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts 1m STONE Miss Iva Rancy of McUrcary was tho guest of the Misses Sanders last weekMrs John Overstreet and Miss Dean of Jessamine spent lust Tuesday with Mrs Alice Crutchfield Misses Lucv and Jennie Dickerson ot Buckeye spent last Wednesday night with Preston and two sons of Mlsusourl are the guests of Mrs GeoiHio McQuerry of Jessamine this weekMr and Mrs John Dean and two daughters Hester and Alllo VYIUpn of Pink were visitors of Mrs Mary A Sunders Mrs Belle Bailey and Mr and Mrs Jordan of Lexington were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Joe licks tho latter put of last week Rev McMurrv and W F Mott of Lexington closed u twelve day meet Ing at Scotts Fork Thursday night with one confession Misses Uarna and Fannie Asklniof Wllmore and Mlsx Grace White of Nlcholasvlllo wero the guests of Miss Lulu Crutchlleld last week Miss Mae Scott of Bourne spent last Wednesday und Thursday night with Miss Pearl and Beatrice Sunders and attended preaching at Scottu Fork TwnnA Glorious Victory TheroB rejoicing In Fedora Tone A roans life has been saved und now Dr Now Discovery l tho talk ct tho town fur 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 andean do good work again For weak soar or diseased lungs Coughs und Colds Hemorrhages Hay Foyer LaOrlpp Asthma or any Bronchial affection U stands unrivaled Price too und 1100 Trial Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by n E Hc Roberts 1m i r i I ff the nano w Ieha ton liv re turned Mattie Mills Mrs TalRlna Scrlvner II DIscoverythree f sal tow you Iuy ti ss all ruunrl o Friday Nora Teeter Llnnle 4t Kings I STATE Details of Some of the Chief Attrac tions to Do Precenttd This Thirty thousand dollars makes Tory handsome prlzo list This amount will bo offered nt Uio Seventh annual Kentucky Btato Fair which Is scheduled for Uio week of Sep tember 13th to 18th Inclusive Tho mnrvolons ploco of work accomplished In tho Incomparably short tlmo of I three months last season In Vrhlch tho largest most useful and most boautl ful show pavilion in tho world nnd n permanent grand stand of stoel nnd concrete construction wero erected a model half mile raco track was built and some forty or more buildings of a moro temporary nature for the hous Ing of nil livestock agricultural exhibits etc wore complet ed Is fresh In tho minds of those who witnessed last years c thtbltlon With the addition of bcanttful road ways flower beds and Installation of electric lights In tho pavilion for the uso of horso show and hippodrome pcrfor manccs in the evening tho grounds wilt present a grander and moro brU Ilant spectacle this nearly overy department of classes have been and moro liberal prices aro oJf This Is especially true beet cattle and poultry department In each of which tho total Is probably Kentucky People All Agog Over Coming Event A HANDSOME PRIZE LIST Thirty Thousand Dollars Offered In Prizes for Week of 13th to 18th Tho aro much moro attractive iy represent a value than before The honor and prestige of winning many of these trophies la Infinitely greater than the Intrinsic value of tho prize Itself The specials listed Include the Highland Homo cuP which la donated by Gay Droa of Plsgnh Ky for the boat nnd finest caddie bred foal of 1900 the American saddle horeo breeders as sociation trophy tor registered stnlllou or mane three years old or tinder tho Montgomery chief special of 123 of Cored by Dnll Bros Versailles Ky for tho finest and best stallion maro or gelding any ago by Montgomery Chfcf the 1000 Kentucky farmer saddle horso futurity for saddle bred foals of 1909 tho only saddlo horse futurity stoner of agriculture saddle horse special taluo at for tho beat five gutted BOddlo Btalllon maro or geldIng throe years old or over a handsome cup tor the champion roadster given by Mr Basil Doerhoofer of Louisville tho Dr McChord cup for the boat herd of Jack stock offered by Mr W P Hayes of Bloomtield Ky the grand Bflvcr trophy offered by tho American Berkshire Swine Association for best ed honor of tho show among Derk shlro breeders In every state an ag gregate sum of nearly given by Commissioner Rankin for all tho lead ing standard varieties of poultry a silver cup donated by Mr F H Hehr Ing for best exhibit of Kentucky bred poultry specials by the Southdown Hampshire and Oxford Sheep Record Association for exhibits of purebred sheep they respectively champion and the American Angora Goat Breeders Association special for the best flock of registered Angora kids In tho cattle departments tho money consideration for special Is tho great est and tho classiflcatUm most exten sive Tho American Brood ors Association an tho American Hereford Association halt to be open competition and onohalf k owned by Ken mado on toad on that the State management would sot apart 1000 In premiums for each of those breeds which was dono thereby making a total of 1760 for each brood This Is tho largest amount over offered for either Shorthorns or Horofords at any state fair or exposition south of tho Ohio river and perhaps equals the ag gregate prize money at any exhibition In America this year with tho excep lion of tho national brood shows The Polled Durham Association of Amor M renews lie offer of 100 In special prizes for Polled Durham The American Aberdeen Angus Breeders for the first time In sev eral years comes forward with a very liberal otter of 200 In specials for Its brood As a very gratifying Innova tion in tho prize list the Dairy Cattle Department contalvs some valuable specials Through the generous lib erality of tho HolatolnFYioalun Assoc of America tho State Pair management ties boon miauled to dou bio the amount of prlzo money for this dairy brood and to plaoo Its claiilll cation almost on n par with tho Jer toy which has goon the favorite dairy breed la the south ever since IU Im portAtlon In to this country and tho Kentucky Jersey cattle club will cup valued at 5000 for tho beat Jersey nerd of ono bull and tour half en under one year old bred by u Ion tucky exhibitor hero are also num emus specials offered by Hon M 0 RankIn commissioner of agricultural departments moat prominent of which are tot county exhibits 160000 being offered for the best and largest display of farm garden and orchard products This has been a very in terostlnH and educational feature at many of leading ttat fairs for a uuabscotmni KnlwllLundoubtodlv y WiW II THE FAIR September I a horticultural car n tho number Inc ed seed money Qcrcd thirty per t rger than last spec al rizee greater o r 1stwith1200 byKentucky 1400 orthorn Ca Jo DII dens Drive each dated 760 for pure bred cattle ot the re active broads one gl ell n tUe tucky exhibit I Those offers were Fair the the Year lot year Association give- S provo n siiccMg and boon to ngrl cultural Interest of Kentucky Superintendents of Departments si the Kentucky State Fair An usual most experienced and cnpn bio mifiorlntcndonts of departments bravo boon appointed n 11 llllnrd of Lnwrnncobtirg has for tho third tlmo been chosen superintendent ot tho horse department nnd Vllllnm Bint mona of Hhophontsvlllo will again charge of the mulo exhibit W It Moorman Jr of Olondoono Is suite Intcndcnt of hoof cattle and BdRnr Vaughn of Shclbyvlllo will for the eighth consecutive year bo superin tendent In tho dnlry cattle department Other supprintondcnts rcappolntcd are Colonel II I Iclohcnrt of Mnrgnn field swine department W 11 Middle ton of Shelbyvlllo sheep nnd goats John H Good of Louisville poultry nnd pigeons II C Lovolnco of Boston seed nnd grain II M lromnnot Ghent tobacco Miss Evelyn Porter ot Louisville womans department 0 P Rogers of Bmlthlnnd farm Imple manta and machinery Prof JJ Hoop cr ot Lexington students Judging contest nnd H Bm ier of Lyndon speed department Chas Sholtz Jr of LoulBVlllo Is superintendent of vegetables and melons Henry S Adams Eminence of Horticulture W R nibh North f plants and flowers and Luclcn Bee ncr Win cheater of minerals and fojCstry The assistant Biiporlntcndonli have nlno been named for nnd pigeons W a lluford of Nliloasvlllc and Robert II Young Loulsvlllo tor vegetables and J A Pcnko Uvlnt for field and grain leo tX Karsncr of I for hortlcnl M P of nticclicl for womans Miss Eva Mo Grow of nii and Miss Allco Po Illcw Head of Departments of the Ken tucky State Fair Thero aro eighteen exhibit monta which hnvo boon placed under tho head of the various members of tho etato board of agriculture as fol tows M O Rankin of Frankfort poultry and pigeons plants and flow ers and students Judging contest Prof M A Scovall of Lexington beet cattlo dairy cattlo and colllo dogs O N McGrow of Bayou womans farm implements and mn chinery manufactured products II M Hoard of Hardlnsbnrg sheep nnd goats and vegetables and melons Outline M Wilson Ilradstown horses mules and Jack stock speed depart ment Caldu I Norton Loulavlllo swine babe Drcckcnrldgc taxing ton education and art William Addarns Cynthtnna field seed and grain and tobacco Fred It Blackburn Stanton hortlculturts forestry and mineral Kentucky Stato FaIr Horso racing will bo a greater than over at tho Btato Fair this year At last years fair It was demonstrated that a successful har ness raco meeting could bo held on theso grounds The popularity of the sport was never more pronounced Un usually fast time won made on the now truck which has come to bo regarded as ono of tho beat half mile courses In America At tho moot ing last year tho grand stand nnd the grounds adjacent to It wero thronged by a surging mass of humanity every afternoon eager to sen every heat In every race and not until tho sum miry of tho last race was hung up did the Interest coaso or enthusiasm dwln dIe Tho Kentucklana by nature has a fondness for horso racing An op portunlty for seeing his favorite sport will not bo denied him at this years fair Tho early cling events show tho largest list o entries over at the Fair These events ore as the Loulsvlllo Retail MerchanjH Association stake for 221 pacer the Lotilsvlllo Com mercial for 220 trotters stako for XIQ trotters In addition to the there will bo six purBO and gentlemens road races Purse entries close Sept Cth Kntrlos for tho cup raco at twelve oclock noon tho day before tho raco Tho stake will bo on the three In five heat plan and tho purse races on tho two In throo heat plan There will also bo two running races each day This Is destined to become ono Df tho popular training tracks In tho country This meeting fits Into A very convenient circuit by following the Indiana State Fair and proceeding tho Tennessee Btato Fair which li the Initial meeting of the southern clr cult of Fairs and trotting meetings The success of this years meeting Is already assured by tho excellent list of stake entries and the manage ment Is quite confident that all the purse races will fill satisfactorily For catalog entry blank or other Information wrlto J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Ilulldlng Loulsvlllt Ky WANTED Poultry and Eggs Highest prico paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hone Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber 7n field L llenllurvlllo IOu m own crt Ington Jo teen meat ter of Lout deportment Races ate kno CII o eke rind tho 1e r Itrowers Association stak races to r races host rcas H bin trim del irt attraction half m11o recorded y B1Nortllcott1 e Believing that tho people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing its will publish in this paper every week tho amount of subscriptions to date Tho work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week f First week August 2 10696000 Total Second week August 9 20024000Total Third week August 16 34500000 v Total Fourth week August 23 46946000IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W II GREGORY LOUISVIUK KY f Tint CHNTKAI KKCOKD Lancaster Ky mo full Information nn CITIKNS NATIONAL LIKF INSURANCE COMPANY L Y7 l t 1l t I j rii r tdf 1 W tiIfi or stockwe iI S rIoIt Ii 7 1 lI t I I aced ho Y r d V Js- H FI L Life i 4 r I rt J s V Yl Please NtntN Anunrsa GETTING EXPERIENCE Mold We havent a bit of bread In tli house mum I Mrs Then well make some toast Katy In the Spring Ill you whet Id Ilko to do today It only tx it would ncconimmlnto Id to quit this job niul RO away And let the Ink stand und the paper weight Lived Happy Ever After Yes my friend 1 was about to marry tho countess when I suddenly learned that she spent more than 60 000 marks a year on her dressmaker Then what did you doT Why I married the dressmaker Mecgendorfor Dlactter Real Pessimist What ore you crying about naked the kind old lady Knuttln1 sobbed tho small boy Then why should you cry crying because der alnt nuttln to cry about boohool Rights of Man Kvory man has a right to his own opinions remarked Yes rejoined the demoralizer with n sigh both broad and lung and If ho Is a married man he has a right to i keep thorn undor cover Eclipsed Gunner That old chap AJax defied tho lightning fluyer a back number those days look at Castro Ho dellcs tho wholo world Facts In the Gate Do cigars over contain No Thats Just a pleasantry of the jokcimlths As a matter of fact hemp Is too expensive to put In the cheaper brands of cigars Cautious Rounder Did you notice tho dead heats out at the racetrack today Hportwood No I was too busy look lug out fur the deal boats NuwedOhl tell like IIm th moralizer lIe rope Subscribe for the RECORD MERE Money for You u wu If Banks Pay Interest on all You Save We Pay Interest on all You Spend Iatroiilio your local dealer lire rlRlitfully yours Puke advantage stumps cITorcd liy your nelKliborlinf save QnlUTrnUlnjr StampAs you ate aware by rtcposlll B your money III u bank for a year you receive 3 per cent lly saving tho Gold Trad lug Stamp you will bo Interest of 3 per cent and over on monoy that your have tills Interest helm col lectable whomever you Imft ono of our llltlo books tilled with stamps However In u this you will necessarily have to tho isfiriH tlils valuable slump lly conUnliiK to these stores It takes but a shunt tlmo to till n book Hemomb SiFrcliantfl want you tQ auk for Hold Stamps and will gladly lli iii ono stamp for every lOciHrupruxcnlcd In your puiuliuso If will only ask for It Hour In mind UIINO mer chants make no advance In the prices of their uoods but on the contrary the increase of trade secured for them by this plan will eniiblo then tnsoll lower than the lowest A cull will convince you any of those stores H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Dentist- J P Prather Fresh and Cured Meats Staple aVa Fancy Groceries store Cull at ally mentioned and secure u book con talnlnu 1100 worth Stamps Free lleulu Oold Trudln Stumps have a value double Unit of any other stamp und are good forever o CUllceH lens hurt o est drawl rut III any spent fir to obtain trade at that give you pure es I l J Denn S W M o d Meat Cutter Samplolll promh secu lit Mercantile G5s 4stn IIhovo ur old to snvu them now ty rte sand hot rat r f care bu Joseph MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Ihtildiu- gouisvnjjt KUNTUCKV MR FARMER if you wants a good wheat crop got the best im plements viz Hoosier Wheat Drill Oliver Plows Clarks Cutting Harrow Far superior to any other Chattanooga Diso Plows Syracuse Hillside Plows Vulcan Flows Studebaker Wffg ons Corydon Wagons Do you want n happy wifo Oct her a Majestic Range and Economy Fruit Jars The best J Ru J J WALKBK President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED IMj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANOA8TKK KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY AMt Cullr 0 D WALKKII Rookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson I F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbtw Lewis L Walker THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOIirOKA- TKIUnncaMtor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 U K McUOnKRTS J C IJiibanks i Vice Prcs R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W KLMORK Cashier I V T i a M A t Cnhicr R I Elkin We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank JLiii ITjjijimUjJfill iJtrj mJ Iiii t I I taCO I r i 1 O A Arnold r 1 I I I Irj1Ii r 1 r- Ft I y w 1 0- F Mt A J i c t t A f rh rest Book IeePcr vr THE SHOW OF SHOWS t t 1909 HORSE snow AND Wffl 11 DAILY AND HIS BAND FREE WORKS 25 SIDE SOWS ON THE PASS I 25 litre the tlntil and the l farm products are siiembled Mud meets Quarter ol a Million lur FOIV fTAIOGUttrNTror BLAN J f NEWMAN Secretsvry bi world ADDRESS 320 Paul Jrnca Louisville Ky t B I Gr fI- I II i RACESNA ELLO ATTRACT NSFIRE ORE T five elt dead IIJllltCItlll h ctlhltd tale or Ih night In the hrul rr soil ru olllernt Live Stock rAY a 11 Le COME I LO R H lOU fold DAYS ti N1G1115 pREMIU S 0 r PODROMEf r1 t day sad ILIIOAD RATE- r v We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO liuant been open regular for soino time but will be opened every Saturday now Come In and get the best PJIOTOUS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO iiI 1 111 J lf r i r tI s i I x o CQ CJC1 8 C1 Q C1 N t Uty Ix- p 40 ld 1 THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A U DENNY Frnldinl J I STOUHE8 S C PBNY Csiblir J V Robinson AMt Oaslir- R T Kmbry Hook keepor PIUltOTOUIt Saml D Cochran Alex U Denny A 0 Robinson John K Btormea 8 0 Denny OIl WIWHlUmi Viet rna J t i t w3 I E 1 fJ- to 0- cN 0 I 0 aN Nr f4N Gossip About N A Brltf Mention of the and Oolnji Ly Thou Wt Art In Mlsn Jciinlo Harden la In Omclrinn 11 Mi West wai a recent visitor In lllchinond Mr H Adams has returned to MniiKum Oklahoma MM Holllo Arnold of Louisville Is hero vlsltln her parents Victor Stone Somerset Is vlsltlnn friends and relatives hero Miss Elizabeth Ford Is In Nicholas vlllo on a visit to relatives Mr Ed 0 Hopper of Latonla Is lore on a visit to hits old home Miss Gladys Collins of Lexington Is visiting Miss Stio Anna Lear Flora Xclulor has returned home after stay In Cincinnati Mrs Huckerbuc of Louisville Is viII Ming Ilov and Mrs C U Drown Miss Lucy Francis left Wednesday for a visit to friends In Stanford Miss Strong of Cincinnati Is Misses Helen and Martha 0111 Clay Kauffman Is In Richmond vis Itlnu his uncle Mr John Grcculcaf Mrs T 11 Walker and son Thomas are recuperating at Dripping Springs Oeo Harris and Louis Gill attended the automobile races at Indianapolis Mr and Mrs John Maitce of Dan vllle were visitors In Lancaster last week Rev O Rush attended tho Hap list Association In Cornlshvlllo last weekMiss Louise KaulTman Is In Huston villa visiting her aunt Mrs Alice LuskMr Ed Arnold of Boston Ky Is visiting friends and relatives In the countyMiss Minnie Drown Is at homo again after a protracted stay In Dan ville III Miss Ruby Nowcomb of Louisville Is visiting Mrs James House near this city Frank Lusk of Hustonvlllo was here last week with his cousin Clay KauffmanFountain RIco and Z T Rice of Richmond were with Lancaster rela tives this week Little Elizabeth Dudley of Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs James 11111 Sam M Denny left tills week for Battle Creek Michigan where ho hopes to be benefited J E Elmora and Elijah Ford were visitors In Richmond lust week and attendants toe fair Mrs James Hill has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Morris Dudley of Lexington Mesdames W Tucker and Wool folk of Lexington were guests of Mrs J li Uourne last week John C Hurnslde of San Angelo Texas Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James G Rurnsldc Misses Margarcte and Joan Mount are at homo from a visit to Mrs Louis Landram of Richmond Mary Tunis Sweeney of Junc tion City was the guest of her aunt Miss Emma Hood on Monday Mrs Minnie Robinson of Huston vllle is here visiting Mrs Emma Kauffman and other relatives Charlie Collier of Fork Ridge Tcnn was hero for a short visit to his par cuts Mr and Mrs J II Collier Mhises Fannie and fettle West who have been on the sick list are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss fettle Miller Is at homo from a visit of several weeks to Mr and Mrs Samuel W Miller of Knoxville Mr John Mount wlfo and daugh term of La Orange are visiting his brother J R Mount and family Mrs Mattie P Frlsblo Is at home from a visit of several weeks with Mr and Mrs W 0 1clco of Danville Mr W A Ward of Abilene Texas and Mr O II Ward of Virginia aro visiting Mr and Mrs W H Ward George and Guy Hendrickson of Lexington arc tho guests of his friend and schoolmate Bradley Johnston Mr and Mrs R Graham Price of Danville were guests Saturday and Sunday of and Mrs Fred P Film ble Mrs Dorcas Walker and daughter Miss Nancy havo taken rooms with her daughter Mrs George D Robin sun Mrs Hattlo Tunkorsly and children of Hamilton Ohio are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs James W Pu m pliroy Mrs Lapsloy of Harrodsburg and Mr Jones of Now Orleans are guests At tho homo of Mr and Mrs R E MoRoborts Mesdames Isabel Henry of Chicago and Dolph Rico of Louisville are guest of their parents Mr and Mm Steven Owsley- Mcsdumes Rice of Louisville lIon ry of Chicago and Q ruy of Conner vlllo Indiana aro visiting Mr and Mrs Move A Walker Mr and MrsJ A Ronlind have I r J Comings tl J Miss I Mias M visit- Ing Lexington sojourners returned ntmuaUlt Arkansas after a visit to Mr Mrs S 11 Henry lion R II Tomllnson his daughter Miss Margaret to Ash vlllo North Carolina whero she remain for several week Mr and Mrs M D IngliM are home frmn a sAvcral with tliclritniightur Mrs Percy No land of Seattle Washington Mr J A Onstott a native of county paid this uilluo a visit Monday Ho In visiting relatives hero and likely locate In this county Joe McCormack tins been called to HcndcrsonvlUa N C to see his sister Mrs W O Goodloc who Is reported dangerously III of typhoid rover Miss Lotty Mao McKoberta Is home from n pleasant visit to Dr and Mrs Naught of Richmond Sho has as a guest Miss Olive Walton of AI Kentucky Mrs J A Elsener nod cnlldrcn ac companied by Miss Clara Miller left Wednesday for her homo In Charles ton West Vu vlhlt to her par cuts Mr and Miller Judge and Mrs M H M Mabrv and Harton Washburn ofTullcIU- BSCO Florida left this week for a ylslt to Loulsvlllo after u stay at the of Mr and Mrs T J Price The following ones from here at tended the Baptist Tales Creek As soclatlon which met In Crab Orchard this week Rev 0 P lush Mrs II A H Marksbury Mr anti Mrs J T loltzclaw Mrs C D Powell and Miss Knapp West A Curo for Capos Mr Frank Clay Paris Iy says Last year I raised hundreds of chick ens free from gapes by giving them Bourbon Poultry Cure In their drink Ing water I also find this remedy to be a sure euro for cholera and limber neck J R Mount Co KUENA VISTA Miss Asher of Harrodsburg Is tho guest of Miss Susie Jennings Mrs Alva Christopher and children of Somerset are with relatives here Misses Mary and Catherine Becker of Lexington are with relatives here Miss Georgia Cook aril brother of Lexington spent last week with rela Miss Cora Poor Is expecting as her guest Miss Gertrude Curd of WIN moreMiss Eliza Barnett of Wllmorc will como this week to visit George Uar nctt and family James Spoonamorc wire and little son of Urbana III have been visiting Mrs John Johnson Miss Kate Lane of Danville was a weekend guest of Miss Irene Ruble and other relatives Mrs John Green and son Will of Lexington have been visiting Miss Lane and Mrs Williams lush Christopher and wile have re turned from a visit to relatives at Lex Ington and Spears They were accom panied by Miss Kathorlnc McConn who will remain this week A Suro Curo Wm Manlove Tipton Ind says I had cholera In my herd and did not lose a hog after giving them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy In my judg mont this medicine Is a sure curo for hog cholera For sale by J R Mount Co Strange Idiosyncrasies opd opln Ion of some grayhaired peoplo end those affected with scalp end hair troublo New York City sends out more sales men twice over In probability than any other city In world At an annual banquet by a big firm to Its salesmen were present some two hundrc grayhaired and baldheaded It was a suit grctv In the service re marked gathered around him Hero rum doing as good If not better work than I over did In my life yet because I am commencing to show my age am slated fur tho has been dlvlson I wish I know of some thing that would turn my hair to tho color of that of a lusty man of thirty Why dont you use QHan Hair Re storer suggested one of his audience My friends answered tho old I once visited tho plant of a big patent medicine firm On my way through ono room I asked ono of tho employers what they put up Hair Restorer1 1 was told I want to say that among working In that room I never my life saw together so many and people Alright Hair agreed to refund Iron gray Q hint Hair Tonlo and It has cleared liar scalp stopping her hair from falling gun Ill bet Its Increased tug length six Inches Where can you ROt Hi1 Oh at any drug store and tho druggist will back up the guarantee R K MoKoborts recommends and soils these preparations If you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can have tho first bottlo tree simply call and ask for U For sale at all Druggists II to Ulr tltl lonvllle otter n Mrs N little snit home 1 Sold by tveSt alY n th o sale en Ject ot m urnt discussion among them that to III was commencing to prefer YI m r men Ono old ray to oral ore oil the iployes n aired replied the otllO I good head of tine brown I Ir hit tt 1 Well my hair three tuntl ago before I carne with lit Iiru was a lino old user n hair Restorer you see rest t Id the owners Re urn lilY money I dldnL do allno old My fa used ant au a visitor 4 gl patriarch fellow bald lieaded bay Iron grayI 2 the of- Q tan Business I tiiilf l I til AMk MaAJ MVtftbl 827211 SALE For Sale Monarp In splendid condl on faks like a new tfnt alpf three IvararubcH In BifcmMU 8 L 8l3tf S Per con Money Will loan In BILJIW of 11000 or more the II rs tho year to make application 025tf I The Fair over In Kentucky liyfulorcd bo at L and Lancaster Ky Moitfor Your Dollar I lands In tho West that I must Improve We will sell our combined store and dwelling of store and 10 rooms tand and trade never has w 120000 ko ear We will cu all KOCH until closed out Gets Churches soda Arbuckles coffee IScts All other goods In proportion Come rind save money 0 D Powell 8133 SAME OLD INNOCENT VICTIM Practical Joker Qucceedtd In Working Mean Trick on His Unsus pecting Friend Some pcopto cannot resist tho temp tation to play practical jokes on Inno cent victims A fiend of that variety was accosted by n man who slam mered badly Can you tell me where I can gut some tttttlnYou certainly replied the Inveter ate joUlst You turn this street to your loft then turn again to your loft and then go straight ahead and youll find an Iron where youll be sure to them The stammerer continued his way and the joklat bolted down the street and tackled the Iron monger first Have you any gggggood tt tacks Yes sir said tho obliging man producing his best after some rum musing Are you sure thththeeo are g g good ones Yes The best that are mado Aro thththo heads stBtststrongr Yeti sir lave they ssesharp pp points CertainlyWell sit on them tttill I gut back will you ho said ma king u dash for the door Presently the unlucky stammerer arrived and entering asked Have you any ggggood tttln tttttacks 7 When he recovered ho asked In a somewhat dazed fashion whether the house had fallen on him or If It was simply an explosion Illustrated nits OMNIVOROUS READER terns I tIM n ymtJIfI n Also L lingan I i jl S WIrk I w 0 uty Imuhruth re On Organ con on Apply ov first In rtunll n real you will no d t money I to t o I tU t o In Swln roAd IIrst Child he I caster Sep d2ath 2 to OU Inr rUonI on Sneed Box Oli td have sumo bes Ib t town Tr e fat n be j pr lie prints 3 for 10 cts mongers get 1 II f iy lyeyk Seat nr Il k4Wal lwkb ItneiyrJlffilMlEbh U estate If stall geld cl For address consisting eon g g g good ccoc carpet t ttt tacks g g got ploaso innocently Biggs What do you mean by say Ing your goat Is fond of rending Illggs Ho chewed up nearly all my library yesterday The Umbrella Conscience An Insurance roan declares that he tried this scheme the other day and that It worked 110 found himself caught In a rainstorm and being In too much of a hurry to watt for It to stop he was obliged to acquire an umbrella right away quick Ho paused under an nwnlng and waited he until somebody camo along who sized up as n man with a guilty conscience Then tho Insurance roan stepped up to tho stranger saying abruptly Ill trouble you for ray umbrella Tho stranger stared at him a mo ment handed over tho umbrella and walked away muttering a word of apologyOf the Insurance man ad mho tho scheme might not always work and a certain amount of dls crimination should bo used In tho so lection of tho victim Flint Pals A little girl taking her first ocean trip was nwukoned front a sound sleep 0110 morning when tho steamer was close to n strip of ooast whore the mountains tower sheer from the wa tots edge to a height of thousands of foot presenting a majoatlo aspect not to bo equaled In many other places The little girls father carrying her to tho deck pointed to tho great lino of mountains and asked Well what do you think of thatr expecting a was natural that she would be qulto overwhelmed at tho sight Instead sho Just rubb d hor sleepy eyes They look she muttered dubi ously like hills Whereupon she wont to sloop again I her says ice 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 SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT E L Wood W C Fish Vice Preit W 0 temper Ctihlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I firfJ AIVa OOCOOC OOCOOC I OOOO OOcOOOOOC I I I I I i oooooo bt J x- Mcfloheits Drug Store J oooo rest We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment III Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance 1111 S a r eyour Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN as they will Insure also Office National Dank of Lancaster Phone 31 Y t- iz your Tobacco t Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toes make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes A Extra heavy tips extra solid heclsare what Theres wear in every pairdouble BUSTER BROWN iiuo gibbon SHOES 1 For youngsters to 2501 4IpjJSE sHOes MEN YOU DONT WANT TO FORGET svL rwww CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DHUKTTORBt M COY BL ARNOLD ROOUYN J 8 BURROWS JB WOODS KL WOODS WOKI8H WCWYNN r j fi Youll Get Satisfaction in a of White House Shoes titan in any other shoo you could buy There is More Aual Comfort t 4 N because they are built on scientific lines of correct foot form which means foot comfort White House Shoes fit the feet snugly without cramping and cover a largo range of styles and lasts This gives every one Just tho style he wants and at a popular price White House Shoes for 35O d0O White louse Shoes for Women 300400 Kentucky Dryfls Oliver Plows Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furniture and stoves on installment plan Boat 28 guago rod iron 3 crimped roofing at 3lfi a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard Co Bryantsvllle Kentucky Men Osborn utting t I r r ti 1 I CARDS I r- beeeieeeeeoetlaeoaeeeseoltoeeee Ji W Morrow GrnilttnteUiitlolitnll f Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Alrtlraclrtl Iliono 221 omco Houti Ofllco over B a in toll t pm to 4 Stormci fintg Store B1 F WALTER DENTIST Iliono 05 Lancaster Kyl M K Denny DENTIST omco over MIg Arnolda Mllllncty H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE KWJ- onico corner Islington fit cud Public 0 Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In nil Stato Cuurts and U S District Court Onico over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING ANCASTKR KENTUCKY M HOUSEBARBER Call In and get a Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North ilde of 1nbllo Square Hot and Cold Baths UR A S PRICE will practice Dentistry nt his home lllohmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion I Ware McRoberts LOOK Foil TIIK HORSESHOE and trade with our old reliable barber H M Duncan oh Richmond street who Is a help to our town at all times LOWELL W KENTUCKY Get cry your sales Best of references n Ulataes s clad I I I I INSURANCE L V j n f rr W T ING Au t l1eer 0 j I I I yhtrdanhfaCttonuuuanteedM- MY1alwlwa M 1 t w ti 1 909aw i N tr Squares 1 t F BUT- s 1 1 1 eoeeoeooooreeoroooooo0 y I t eoeooeoooooeooeoo4ooooooow e j4 i t him r 1ann 1yneT t tiE uI II7t 1 T IE 1eO 1 H Y GUlrit jnllua1 r CmUffiCirfj FAVOISITE TONIC CIWAXC Of TM8 OIOUINR OHY BollardSnow Liniment Co- OT IOUI3 M- OMcRoborts Drug Stpro LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION BTOCK YARP8 Augum it Hog Sheep K tr llutolier ItooM extra loud In clioloe Common to fair IlulKr oxtr Ooo l to cliolcn Connnoii lo f lr Vows Oocd to fliolco1 OomwoutuUIr AI1C4CM BKK4600 610C4B7 s JVBft Co IMS 5 10 II 0098 BO t j IOU8 1 uoot uoktri iu i tutclivri k X4 no iI J 4ckir kluamU hug Common to eholco Ul sows 6 T S T W Mjlit thlir y OAIVH8I su K tIKKVl lra Good lo Comwun to fair UMfiUl Blr Qoodtocltolo oaiBsnioUlr 4MO44 10 of mHM 7W7W is In TIt lIT IIO lIij Hhlrnts WI G23 Tb Vo 410 W Jllllllor Ii 76H 7- 0I T i T Wt 1110 t1 a O 11 I luu 4oJ40 fill y 1 a a ti cattle It w4 27J 27 67- 0QATT48t5hippern x525 1 r 1 I extra e55I h SaK4125- t vri vGo rutC9l25- 1911balpgua Kauai srdrdbTb bull s u5d I b0- H Ydrlo good 9 ptl b0- tommoa004larKa IUC4 k95 Tate 1s heavy 410 7do- f bra745 0 Ilxnp0p- r THE CALL OF THI PnAlnln wrewrAr i 5 V EI- Z11A1IINJTJ T 19 fill airy tine rot po t In Ior life nil the ocean wVf nut Im i contrary 1 beat And nvtr III bautlc I HLM The spell of the deep I nniwlit Irt HWIMP Of the billowy of the grain And the ripple nod rums Of the tune IK more sweet than the ot main the love tin loc InO lowlnrk song the pine a o Ho nil you ptcA Of HIP InVK of one Of n unllnrii I would b wary live inn the rrfrnln The tteo null of the plnln And the lilt and the lure of the prairie The Cheerful Grouch on Womens Smoking Im opposed to women decidedly opposed and the Cheer Grouch looked up from n book wns reading on the Emancipation of WomenMakes her less feminine suggested Not at nil snaped tho C 0 On tho contrary It makes her moro no Bho does It either with especial grnco and style or she Is so extremely awk ward about It ns to emphasize her femininity Too expensive perhaps WM too next otter Not more so than bonbons and the only kind of women who smoke the sort who con afford It What kind are they plcarrar was and the C O sat upright and with n withering look Now If you expected a spicy answer youll bo disappointed Ive known many varieties of womnn who smoked good bad and Indifferent It rather spoiled them for me but thats a personal prejudice Besides nil the old have been harped on mlno la new Its the smell The smell Yes tho tact that yon cant tell In the dark tho clothes of a woman who smokes from those of a man And Wheres tho fun of hugging your husbands overcoat when hes away because It smells of tobacco and re minds you of him It might bo your or your grandmothers for all tho difference No I like the cozy atmosphere of smoke that the men bring with them If we women are to take to the weed wo might as well nil bo old molds and dono with HI VERY ANCIENT GAME IS POLO Was Played In China Thousands of Years Ago Under the Name of Horceball Ono day while walking along Liu tho great book and curio street of Pekln says a writer in 8t Nicholas I stepped Into a store to look at some Chinese paintings Tho street Is more than a mile In length not very wide Dud not particularly clean but It Is tho model street In all upper China and one of the most remarkable In the world It contains but book stores and curio storesThere you will find a history not history of the n univer sal history but only a history of ChInn which would fill n twohorso wagon Thero you can also find an encyclopedia which contains as many volumes as there are days In a years And theta you will had tho works of a man who besides 400000000 people wrote as many separate poems as theta are minutes In two weeks Among many other things tho dealer brought out a painting of live men dressed In the style of the Ming garb of tour or ave years ago playing polo The picture was painted on a piece of silk about three and n half fret long and 16 Inches wldo The silk had original ly been white but through tho years and centuries slnco It was executed It had turned a beautiful brown- I found by tho Inscription that It had been painted by a man named Chlu Ylng the greatest landscape nnd figure painter of tho Ming dynasty somo 400 years ago What aro tho mon doing I of tho merchant Knocking horse ball be nn swered nut they are not riding horses they aro on mules I continued Quito right said ho a would be too largo to turn quickly and play easily and be would not be tough enough to stand tho gamo Why la It a violent gamor I nuked I do not know he continued I never saw It played but I suppose It When men are riding mules twisting galloping swinging clubs and yelling It cannot be very mild They are liable to run Into each other their mules may tall or they may bo unseated and trampled under tho toot of their antagonists It not childs play Ho waved his hand at me In that queer way the Chinese have of saying they cant answer I do not know I suppose they always had It at least he mod ified rte statement tor 21100 or 3000 years Three Temperaments Ivory man has three temperaments tho ono ho has tho one ho shows and tho ono ho thinks ho has Aljihonuo Karr Baby Morphine Fiends aro made by all huutlitni syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and Ihby Elixir no Injurious or narcotic drays any kind A euro anti tafo curs disordered stomachs bowels and ulnessaplendld fur teething Infants i Mold by U E McRoborU life she unto reasons 1 JqIJ worldnot hundred dynastya hundred In- quIred H houro playedthis contains fir sing neon smoking tit somebody old ham y Lf Chang governing turn- Ing ave 1- Ito Wa rited A boy about 16 years old to drive a Milk Wagon and learn the Creamery Those useing tobacco liquors or profanity need not apply A good place for the right boy OF Lancaster Kentucky Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam where do you buy your COAL Aim cloys only one plnco to buy coal Loss and date right whar I gits mine right down at do Lancaster Lumber Yards treys got Red Star Coal nt ICcts an do best lOc coal you eber seen for do money dcys not a clinker in it Dats right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders i it 41 11 1M w t BlueGrass Creamery t t 1J m 7 t i 11 Ii It 1f i IJ 1 II I I If boyar I I t I ai u A 4N t Ir z i- r 1 U M H 1 1 1 11 1 N 1 1 U 1 1 1 U 1 1 f IyetttI It ti 1 1 busi- nessp t 11 1 1n t1Id 7 t rz H t t g11r 111r 1rt wiA tV td t hl es8 lP1r raAIIao 1 t a Arterial and Cavity Embalming OBn oa Diavllle Street UNDERTAKER FULL LINE OF CASKETS AM BUHIAL ROBES ALWAYS STOCKI e I Farm and Stock I John Prewltt bought Robert Routs farm of 84 acres fur 9112 GO per acre Jrhn Cress sold 70 sheep to Jesse Fox and 25 to Rube Dudderar fur 15 CO J A Doty trustee sold to W P Wells 00 of land 0 miles from town fur 3200 Messrs Reid Otter of Danville Ky claim 22nd for their Jersey cattle sale R E Henry sold 2i stock ewes to W y Embry 25 toJ A Duty 2 to L P Speaks and 30 to W R Cook at J525 J V Harris of Paris address ed tho tobacco growers of this county Monday at tho court house As It was not well advertised his audience was small but many seemed to be In terested In his efforts to make the 100J pool a success In order that sheep may bo recelyed fur exhibition at Fair and afterwaid bo shipped out of the Slate the Department of Agriculture him mado tho necessary modifications of the Federal quarantine regulations ro latino to sheep scab In Kentucky Tho temporary unloading of sheep within the State when desirable ulso will be permitted The poultry and Pigeon Depart ment at the Kentucky State Fair September 13 1100 promises to be one of features of tho greet Fair Mr M C Rankin Commission er of Agriculture has donated tiOOOO special premiums fur Kentucky breed era Every breeder of pure bred In this State should show their stock at tho Kentucky bluto Fair In adJltlon tobpoclal jremliims given by him thoro are also tile regular pro mluina of 176000 this makes u total of 116000 on Poultry and Pigeons Tho Federal quarantine against Kentucky sheep cold lamlw which bo camoelfectlvo has had no material eltcct upon tho Ltmlsvlllo market The receipts have been nor mal for tho month of August and prevailing prices havo shown no bud effect of the existing qu Hlne the sheep lend at the yards Is rtlciilly the man u the uiiforccmunt of the qiiurantlno restrictions A small portion of the State the great poultry August 10 b siuess Lou being IIn llama 1I or 801110 time prior A t acres Ss September Intact t ill the a C W sheep barn had been separated accord Inc to the Government regulations tram the remainder of tho barn and this portion is known as tho free dl vision and Is used for tho penning of breeding sheep shipped Into this market Irons other points whore such shipments are accompanied by Gut ernment certificates showing such sheep havo been dipped according to the regulations and are free from dis ease All other shipments of sheep and lambs aro penned In the quaran tine division and aro there carefully Inspected by Federal Inspectors Disagreeable at Homo Lots of men nnd women who are agreeable with others gut cranky at hone Its not disposition Its the liver It you find III yourself that you feel cruss around tho house little things worry you just buy n bottlo of Mallards Herblnc and put your liver In shape You and everybody around you will feel butter for It Price GO cents per bottle Sold by U E Mc Roberts 1m Burns and Scalds Accidents Will Happen Have Booths Bnlm On Hand Rather annoying to find that when some ono In tho family gets a burn or u scald that theres nothing In tho house to case oxcrutlatlng pain Theres nothing on earth so good tar burns and scalds as Mouths Halm the ointment that stops tho pain Instantly thoroughly cleanses tho toro with Its antiseptic properties and heals In an astonishingly short R K MoRoherls soils It for 25 colts a largo box and It ought to ho In oyory homo In Lancaster ready for instant uso Booths Balm also euros pimples blackheads chapped hands nn taco Itching Hkln eczema earache soro chest and throat plies chaining Itching of skin It clears tho com plexion In 21 hours and makes It stay clear Cures CAtarrh or luck liruUho it In Complete 1 the tlmo ti r Just lulULurOI 1 Oo HYOME1IImrD outfit lucludlux OAHIIUtl UlllCUlT CotllT- It W Oitnellns Others 1 OirlorH and Others XofitidiiiUl- ly vlrturoofn of the Uiicnli at Its July Turin lint ll Hi in the ahovRMy ivil ffo 1 a utiHieu III mid CHM win univ 11 day nf Septem her limn bourn n 10 u in and 2 m near Carters vlllc in County KuniuckVi mil the HI boht bidder nn Hind following ilucrlbeil rein in Uiirnird Cuunly Kentucky und bounded at follow First tractor parcel uf lutul lyliitf In Untiaril county un the willetuf Copper Cruuk and Roll Lick Creek U Namo conveyed lo mo by J M Untliwull Commissioner of the larraid Circuit Court dtctl dated 12tli of December 1001 which IH of record in tho Uarrard County Clerks ifllCo In deed bunk S2 pnyo 11 i slid bounded in fullovvM broken top white oak Cedar Lick about 0 or 8 poles un the cast Mdi dl a brunch a corner to- W W Coulininu heirs now U T hut Klnbotliam tliunco with HHIIIO 8 48 w Ul poles ton poplar In a cure cr Id hiinn I thence vvltb sand Carters tnmpboliB laud N 74 34 K 4U Kjtcsto a while Mump corner in sold lino N 7 w 03 lo will to oak wont Mdo uf U dram lust at toot of a hill N 02 K 53 to a vouni on the oust Milu of und near tho hill toad thence along sold road N 12 K 181 pales ton whllo oak on oust milu of said rued old eurncr wad N 78 w 01 34 poles to a whllo oak stump old curlier N 16 25 poleH tn a oak iiii thu pupil of a 31 poles un time north rant side of and near a drain a i 23 to II black oak on a narrow bench thence N 47 K 10 poles ti a Mako white nun puiiitcr N 5 v 31 piles ton ulitUc N 4U w 14- iKiics to a chestnut oak slump N 13 K 40 pnlcH ton stake chestnuiouK poiiu er N v 20 to n chestnut oak Mills Miuih hickory on north side uf anil near a trillion a hill slue N 18 w 28 poles lo a ample stud small CIICMIUI on the south sloe of u brunch curlier lo- W A thencd with tint following exactly his calls H 71 u 22 poles tu a hickory maple and gum north side of brunch oak also marked H 771 K 22 to a stake clKsiniii Iitk and pie out foutui x 42 K 20 olcs to a M c N 2 K 16 pelts lo a brazed white N 78 w Co with ti 1 marked the mill cast Mao std near a dram W20 poles to a stake N 8 w 22 piles i a down black oak In u holiow OS poles to u stake stud white oak iiinp on the west slue J west sido of road stud i n a small thence leaving the w 1 8 82 w IHI poles to u ttitko and chest mil uak pointer near top of high on a ridge N 43 r 20 poles lo a failing ash B 35 w 0 poles Ui an iihh 8 27 K 112 poles to a stake s 67 poits ton stake un hill hide racing houth west to a black oak und locust marked about 7 pules from Cedar Lick brunch N 32 w 13Ji poses lo a whltu oak amid hickory un west slue ut anti near u shall drain N 08 w 18 lo a stake on ho hill snag facing south a black oak chestnut oak pointers H 72 w GO puics to a stake on tho chest rot lint sassafras polnlntur H 20 i 14 poles to a stake s S8 K 62 poles to a NLUKIMHI a hill Side facing last poplar und black oak pointers 6 18 poles crossing a hoiluvv at 12 poles In all 40 poles tuft young un u ridge s 78 w 30 polts to a stake on a hill tilde near the top of too lIlt facing the south B 2 slrlkltig hollow to a stake on side of u branch near slid below the moiiih ut a drain coining In from tile east Hide bunco down ills brunch B48J v22 poles on north side of brunch a 411 N 101 polos to H poplin and young cnosintit oak oh hald brunch Ihcnco testing branch H 16 K 20 poles to an nail H 63 will poles to u narrow ridge uld chestnut oaks cut down three young hickorvs nuw marked H 88 K dividing ridge between Kali Lick mud Copper at 71 poles passing idini chustnut talks us u corn er ut u 1 7 poles in nil 1 75 poles to a chcsiiut oak on 11 ridge old corner s 82 K 00 poles to a gum and dogwood on west side of Co dar Lick branch corner to W W Cochran heirs now G T Illggln holham thence down slid branch and with said Illcglnbothumt 14 K 38 ton gum un south east bank uf branch young white oak and juung hickory marked as pointers B S2 K 1 00 poles to tho beginning containing 285 acres Second parcel of land lying In Gariurd comity on tho waters of It buliig tho Name purchased by us from0 Sagihcr In if record In the Gar rurd county oJcrks In book 22 In Conways und cornel J A Ihcnco with he s 13 K 10 poles to a stake In Copper Creek three block walnuts marked ns pointers thencn down said creek H 27 w to stake In said creek a young sycamore sprout marked as a pointer s w poles to a whltu oak stump titmice II 42 w 22 p les to a white oak tree near a pine thence north wild 8 73 w 32 lo u sluko u pine marked us polnlors thence N 411 w GO poles to n hlckorv In Conwuysllnu tlwnco with sumo x 48 K HO poles to Urn beginning containing 61 acres moro or bald Trustee will at Lull samo time and place sell the following personal property In wit drilling machine and Its ap it being tho same purchased by im from the estate of K M Carter two of work oxen sumo by 1110 from J II Per kins uno red ono brlndlu und white spotted two dark brludlesiill 0 years ono sorrel horse 10 pr 12 years tun It1 II purchased nylio from lack Hester two stings 10ir 12 years old ono known its the Davis stud tho other ono known Itant Italian tunic three twolrso wagons chased by J L and wo ux wagons 0110 milk cow 7 old purchased us from Murk und llodlcy holler und engine unit saw mill and of tho llxluieH thereto now sitting on lilY land purchased by mo from Cu Tho mill was purcliaKcd by mo from K M Carter nuu ntuilonurv huller und all of tho llxturca thereto liioluillng tho sowing fixtures It being the sauna pur chased mo from ho estate nf M Curter deceased the mill IsNlltlug on the land of tho said II W A bunjoleut amount o said property I j r r I iIJtI1SII WH SAjg W I i stilts f J ours I lu oment sunderedI Uly i lint vim I II 11 tills in rlltO I I III lUll preens the prpe y JI III It j K I ridge N lit I Go auk 401 I n kilo ics k old marKed 1i a IILaKO O N to S ut bill road I w GS pules tu U yuuug Wllltl oak droll W Lira I the Noah It stake on tract or Cleek W palle OS und hit lid all follows at II take II lie u lie 1I It pro old purchased by troll Smut UIIO II or 12 earll old us uto fro tru11 lack l ester purchased Y III J L lltts and 01 y O rOlln e w years tild Inc trllli be UIIO ronn t all hlt HIIIIUI lls and I I bANU True o and lI 1Bxr to I In rely Intl our Curler tile bay lug gulls P anti uint R cat lice sorrel urso lie 1 Ills from ullhk purchased buw 1 Car nolus will do sold to pay J II debt liiifestand liiof Mien tho trtislco will set n mild II V CorjiolliiK wont ho to ni Carters debt cool CUt to Into uf Hall sale ns lo thn teal rlntn will bo made nn credit of n 12 numtlw nod Mio putclnscr will bo In cxiCtito with good security In tho Mid trimirn for Mid putclniHO monoy beorliur I emit miloper iiniiuin from until paid will In1 sold on n credit nf 3 tho ttthlco taking In lilinHolf with approved security bonrlniril per rant front any of paid Upon ollhnr of mild iKifftln cxiditmn mav Isiun If not puld tho HHIIIO having the forctfimd rIToctof n A retained tlm Iniiii mil porsonal properly in This August 25 WOO A Trustee R U Tomllnson for Trustee A M Bourne Auct PLAYING CARDS IN HISTORY Origin May Almost De Said to De Lost In Antiquity Although Something Is Known Playing cards probably date bark to mi early period In China They nro said to have boon Invented In tho reign of Sotitiho about 1120 although ntithnrlllcR maintain that they worn known oven at nn enrllor ditto In Hindustan Originally tho Chlnocio playing cards contained only 30 In the pack Tho fcnmo of cards was known us early its limo thirteenth century both In Knglnnd and Franco nn Four Kings which by the way would bo considered n fairly good pokor hand In these days Homo of tho writers on antiquities contend that tho Knmo of cards was known among tho ancient Egyptians and that the merry old kings and queens played something MHo Old Sledge to whllo away the weary hours and make n dollar now and thenIt Is recorded that in tho year nila French soldier was caught playing KOIUO ort of a Ramo of lolltalro with n deck of cards In n church Ho was haled before tho mayor ot the town nnd thus excused himself for ills lit tie lapse tram tho ritual Tim BCD reminds us that there Is but ono God tho douco signifies the Father and Son tho tray tho Father Son nail Holy Ghost tho four ropro tho Four HvanKultits the live tho Five Wlso Virgins the six says that In six days tho Lord made tho heavens and the earth tho seven tolls that on limo seventh day tho Lord rust ed from isle work tho eight slRnlllce that eight righteous persons wore saved when tho Lord drowned thin earth tho nine that ntno lepers were cleansed by tho Saviour tho ten menus tho Ten Commandment When I see tho queen continued tho prisoner It puts mo In mind of tho queen of Shoba and tho king II the king of heaven and earth And what of tho knavoT queried tho mayor Ah tho knave Is tho icrReant who brought mo hero quoth the soldier I dont know that ho I tho groat lat knavo replied tho mayor but surely ho Is the greatest fool Whereat tho soldier returned to tin ish his game of solllalro It is true that tho number of spots on n deck of cards In 304 It Is true also that thoro are C cards In the deck whcro they dont play with tho joker coinciding with tho number of weeks In tho year nnd that there are other strange similarities between tho deck and tho calendar Hut thoro Is nothing In nil the archives to show that those thliiRs are moro than more coincidences I FARMERS space below Dili heading for the exclu me of oar farmer iiil crllcr and It for the tale of grain and inch things on farm at the farmer cannot alTotd to tIu No notice will be accrplnl over four liner and will lo two haute of REveal free of cbaige I havo a nlco Jersey cow for aisle G II Sutton Prcachcrsvllle Ky Wanted 60 or GO head of cattlcycarl Ings or 2 year old steers or hollers to pasture per month Also 00 ton of timothy hay for sale 0 Y Cum I have 25 acres of corn to feed down to hugs or mules J T Henry C C McClure of Paint Lick Ky has 25 stock huge 60 good owes and 25 yearling cattle for t FINK FAUJI IN lAHItAIU COUNTY A flue blue grass firm for Ituntiil on new lk Iolul Uivoll and six mile Ij tc l r conulniirw utrei well located In good tielxliborliooilt liiK of the John Vnlktr trucl liinUjoin pow iovetiroom reiMnnr With all n ce srjr uulliullillnyi HID KOOI now bUll 40x01 V 1I watered six fallliiK t rlnv and rmnilntt llirouxli- T uxiJ4 cub In liauil blame ono and two years from bearing six per colt Inltrei until paid IVriuui tookliiK for mob Uco ilvaiu write urtoo W WAIKKBBUufurJ Ky Well Drilling Having a flrstolnas Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Wator or Oil Wolls Im prepared to drill tliciu any ilelith Iron further Infornintlon writeJ E HAMMOND Ar hula or l0 I ntltled flr Rill hull IItler said una lie will r of n Said1 nnlnllILM to 000 Nil per rty I frill n nintllrIty I n secure the pave of IIUI 1110 II e r II rnWtJ1 A tty sumo I I ont I I u1 I 1110 DOMOJ Ia stock her be Ibo at iOCt8 VOlt SAM I sal lint south of purr lib II under of sale 1 a sot Li lilt Ii part oin sell Lhr runt xl Ie and truth roil se rsnunl prui Inn lids and 110 upon P oeeeoooeoeoeew oe0 soeeeooeseooa Ira only sale iwo dury creek day Iaucasler Ky Imiiii Hocl Mulloek Kle i JiilUWnldln Mlr liofti lljr virtu of iitmr ntnr tIe nortiirii llln cult tourl rn lfffi t It Jun Irfm rir fh ljltMl nclliiiiil a Mailer loiiff III on- MIISIIVY KKITHMIIKtl 7 W liotwitn tin liniirn of In A in mid I p m li lug i mitt day m the uSnrt llnnie dmir In UH l r larrnrd lo Iho hushed tint brat blcldtr the Mluwliif ilricrlli ut rral property Ijlnj nit ring III Oorrard niiilr Kjr mid li ol lee treed Trees No I li on UK yftri of Whit Lick Of e k and on hr tho Ill lniiond mid lanca t r sod li bnundfd al Iowa I fH- ritliitilnuM rYj non Vmilli bank of it litpincli yotitic walnut and lilrlnrjr polm thrnreHMW hi ehailin lo M stake and thorn hush corner In John Wrddlci thence with old WtdduPt linn H ftl K frii ln n branch at UiiOehallii In all ilWl shahs to n laki a new corner In In Win weal then with laid wets tin N 111 K 1491 chalna to a slake on Putitb ot a branch nt Ihoiirn with tald Voiin N M W tt challis lo K N T K via challis to H corner to soil and Mlllard with said born a 7ft V85Vipi ln to a ilone In MM1 chalni ton it fi on Iho Katt ildeof a laiui curlier at Illufinnud and Ijuieolcrtimiplle thtnc fallljl Immediate IT Into laid dko and with nf mint B 4ovg rhaKa lo Mn BiOf HcCormlcki earner lheiirulcalnitlh and with old McCoruilcki line a l K llM thalui to this ba ler acres JTTract No I U toilet llFRlnnliiKat a ilako In the Laucailrr and Ml Vvrnon toad one hall olo B II Venl Iron hickory ilutniiHhlchu acnrnrrloK I Ken iirdrdormtrljimiil K I MImnlf COO mr Eli to the mouth of thence leaving road and np hull Mwvuf olM Ion itnVt on the top of a ridge Ilirnce N II 1 M In H itmm In N I Ullmiilfi line theme with earns N M n In lo the UKlunlni eontalnliiR IK one nod sail four Mnt the mo laud ronvvjred lo Andrew ca rd tjJniK riuglelou on KuLriurrXllli lea hf deed of record In larrard fnuMir Said two tract of land will iold icparale ly said It tna a fur f t of will txmad onaere lltof Hand U mouth and the imrehaivt will t required to riKule lioudi tia l with good ic nrllr to the Mmlcr Comml lon r for M nr ha nionejr bearing per cent Intertit anniiin mle until paid upon which ese cution mirlitue If not paid al malarllj the hating the force aul eff el ot a Jurtf tnetit be rrHlnnl a n laud told for the payment of Ihii purebaie money J M UOTIIWKIl Mailer Comr Oarrard Circuit Court W I Wllllaim Ally for plalntllT This Aug IWJ r Al PUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots I will offer for ml lo the bltheit mud bidder on lb i rml i oele konK- ATUROAY SKITEMIirlt IW9 two IIIIM slid situated In llrjantitlllr larrard County Kjr mid Ixund ollowii H Mouth Kail Cur user ol 118 i li Mar mil In ihtntv North lo liar rodiUmg ro 0 Writ with tin tilil lint ol Hoolli with the ir rty ewnwl Ilillhi Jn corner thenre Knit with Iliu llirrmNburc road Ihiuto North with iUl riml lo lb M IIIIII m till We t l lc of the liirnUe road liullnc ram I nc ilrr to t tlmiton lKiinil l m follow On the Kail lijr tho oM lllckin n the Writ hy the C Armitruuc UI H to contain ot an Ixil No I ha good clfht room rcililcnen In soot repair root Mln all oilier nrectiarjroiit biilMlim iu pllnt with water cittern at house well at barn Ix l No 2 hat a Ihrtc room cottage well IKMUU un h l III holuo roTrrril last iprlnr all new Any ileililim house will tall un or write llio un iltrilgiuil THUMB oliih In hand balance III one mil two jmriy tth Uptr cent Interest Full KMiDiilon Klrtl unco- At ilacu I will alto ll Ono r will work any where safe IOK KurirJiiriu cooking turn rood ai new oulf two inonlhi coal oil ibiLf burner dock of mllllnrrjr all ot will plea o call or write Mn 0 U lltcliir lltj tll Yllli Also some houie hoi aunt kitchen furniture properly All M cath In hand om that amount a credit of thrvu uinnlln without Interest Note must bo well cudumcd and payable In the Hank of llejinlitllk llranlivlllc Keutnckjr Cap 1 M Duim duct J II IIONKK PUBLIC SALE laving decided to toy location I will on WKt VKBUAY pt lit 100J at 9 oclock a m to the hliihiil and lint bidder mjr farm CoiifnlhiK if 1VI pro vided It hai out told irlvalolj dafore Ihe above rtlo Thl arm II located on the Crab 4JUI a from Lancaster II hat Iwo on It one of which hat four lay well This farlTi will be offered for AO In Iwo ways land with dwulllug then lh other CO with the other dwelling limn the entire farm with both dwulllngi anil Ihu bid or bldi bringing tho moil money will be coinkUTed 1 will at tliu isiiie and place otter for mjr houieliijn and klichoit hit nlliiru togtlhcr with aymjr farming Impll niunti conilttlng of wagon I binder I riding eulllvutori illliig harrow 1 1 A har row i buggy and and uuw hug box wo I lirA oLiii Alto ono of W serer mid one of Ift acre will for use In limn Auld Turuiiinidu known ou ily of aalu fur further particulars call on or write tio- undenlgued W Hlrultt n COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovir J wrf t Snlo Ur tlnbAlln tlteCOtt 10tJkT a lie COlill tII J IK 1 I 1101111 t the lets I hue the tier to It stake thence N Finer le eTt four suit qisar hence poles lane loGin I omoe tI II oil mss olllIa plslullgs deludllt1 Ir r pectic may 8a14 ale her A Q I a Oil Iou No I too A I mad tit Then line to lam by tit 1 S real on lot oJ Thnma put on good the tone one the same tlmll the follow UII pro fly bon to ono milk cowl f n tune leu Ihle dark Tepee of ul change sell b goo hQU U I or three It well watered will olTlr W of acres also I h CII I year hoael lieu ol 1marll W II en hsad of lulll 01 IIrohlollllou ill eo rid bo I KILL THE i 1 WITH Ii1111111M8tO110r1A Ids 5 she i bob mitt sell Onu rt fib side K Curia none ono Ubonse hue adorn Se lY ghmingcoldaietns our loon aN a Yeyt with add road S Alt a J tale acre ale w clerks isle puria letbullonofThupn and a I rights appsa- rTIIS Irom date of time lien will d o the sal oy bell tit lmt at Marten lot neewilts t hue wed Ito thee to this 55 lit laid Ida Lot 1o5 and Mesh and said one folrth acre a tut and a was to see the One tldrd nil for usyla he gool urea goof new Any clue desiring to mini wry permsal arms and under sere prchart pike toone l Is and First I acres lit sale 1pMeal sue family year lnaunllymine 9ytlusulAl- lcow anti IL box fA tl offered i FOR cs BIt1 11 itlI gpP l iCK Trial fits THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES OR MONEY RBPDNDKD K McUobejta Drug Sore AND ALL I OUARAN i U ifltnHATIYAOTOM M rl J r