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THE CENTRAL1UJIK RELIGION U2tTAttMailJiD MEMOCKACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TirXNTtllTIt YHAM LANCASTER KY MI DAY SEPTEMBER 3 1909 RECORD h t xvtfxxxva 3 T 1 t h I i J + 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 t f Etc I i i wJ- L 4 1 L We aro glad that time sick at Mr J II HanduMkyH are Improrlug Ico cream nuppor at Paint Link nkattiiK rink Saturday afternoon ad mission 1G Everybody Is cordially Invited box upper on Saturday September 4th James W Ramsey a native of tills county and it soldier under General W J Landram was nominated to run fur city councilmen at Washington Indiana Wo Bro glad to learn that our filend M F Rout who will move to Favotto county where ho recently purchased a farm will keep his citizenship here and always come back to vote the Democratic ticket Judge It A Hurnsldo tins been call ed to Nashville Kansas to see his ROII Louis who Is reported dangerously 111 Young Mr Uurnsldo went recently on a visit to his sister Mrs Brent Met calf thinking a change of climate would be beneficial A card from our friend W 0 Kem per of Paint Lick says ho Is having a must enjoyable visit to Mackinac Is land Hf Ing a tine banker ho has the advantage of most tourists In that ho knows bad money and will not take any of It While netting out of her buggy week Miss Margaret Mount stepped on a rock that turned causing her to sprain her ankle While the accident was painful we hope It will not last long and that she will be ablo to be a tow days Book Mrs E D Potts has Just Issued a charming volume entitled Idle lour Stories stories of adventure love stories practical sketches and char acter studies The book Is having a rapid sale and ought to circulate wide ly among the people of the author It was hero that she found equipment In the main for her work and It Is hero that her books will be tully appreciated Price post paid 1110 Apply to Mrs E D Potts Lexington Ky BIG SPEAKING Senator W U Bradley Mry LcDus of tho Burley Tobacco and Mr Clark ftitrolif Fojette at the Court House tills city Satur day September 4th at 1 on the question of pooling the tobacco crop p to the at last out lu New oldhome literary Clarence resident Suc ty J ot the Uo d ot county II address t ie bacco grow ers or rrard and ad olnll cuuntles I Pill t FatrICN rii 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 200 to 650 I I I t I J lJ I 1 H T LOGAN I It h J hlI tc ii t P I r www 1iI M I iy I i r- kM I i i h I- tiJe r Protracted Meetlna A protracted meeting will begin nl time Lancaster llaptlst church Septem her 20th conducted by Hey U W KlBoy of Oyntnlarm Dunn Orrnll Mr and Mrs W A Prlco have Is sued Invitations to tho marriage or her daughter MlwiKtliol Dunn mid Mr Us Orrcll of Whlto City Ilio wedding will occur nt tho notno of September 8th and Elder M Tinder will nfllclatc Only a few Intlmatu friends and ore Invited Duslnoti Change at Mnrktbury Hubert tout recently purchased the general merchandise store of Kngcr lima nt Marksbury Hob Is n hUM tier and wo can see great success for him as lib friends are numbered by tho thousands lie will carry n com plate lino of general merchandlsr which will Insure limn a big truss from that section Tompornnco Locturo Mayor Clarence Wood of delivered u splendid temper ance lecture hero on Sunday night It took tho place of church union ser vices and was well attended Ho had his subject well In hand and received marked attention throughout lie ID undoubtedly doing much good for tho cause of temperance and In this cause wo wish him much success New Flour Mill A firm from Paint Lick consisting of Messrs Champ Gregory and Riddel burger have purchased the Minor Mill property consisting of building ma chinery and three acres of laud for the sum of 10000 They propose to put this splendid plant In operation In about thirty days This shows tie demand for Lances ter lloui as wo now have one splendid Hour mill These parties will all move to our city and houses are already In demand as the real estate flan of Hughes Swlncbroad tell us that that they now have demand for houses but are unable to give posses yet This results from tho fact that we have a quiet prosperous town and ono of the best schools In We welcome these men to our city and wish them much success In their new enterprise Business Chango The well known firm of Smith Herring who have been conducting an uptothcmlnuto Clothing Gents Furnishing store In our city thfl past two and onehalf years has dissolved partnership Mr Smith Mr Ilerrliius Interest the latter retiring on account of other business InterestsSince beginning of their bust ness career together they have made many friends and customers and de servo much credit for tine way they have progressed in the mercantile world Mr Smith who was tho experienced one of tho tlrmand under whose name It will bo run hereafter Is In every particular thoroughly qualified to un dertake the exclusive management as the first words taught him were Uents Furnishings Clothing Hoots and Shoes nnd since that time ho has done nothing but study them Distinguished Visitor Mr Jno J Mount wife and daugh ters lava returned to their homo In LaGrange after visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Mount We were pleased to make time acquaintance of Mrs Mount since sIlo Is the daughter of the late Hob Morris highest Mason at one time In time United States In December 1874 he was crowned Poet Laureate ho being time second Mason Robert Burns tho tlrst that was over crowned Ho made several visits to time Holy Land and had time distinction of lag time first roan who ever lectured on Masonry or organized a lodge In Jeru salem Ho was an educator on Ma sonry devoting more than a quarter century of his life to this cause Ho wroto time Poem Time Level and time Square that Is BO loved by all Manors and while sitting on tho banks of tho sea of Galileo composed that beautiful song that Is sung by ull congregations Blue Galileo Forestry Service A member of u fluid party of time U S Forest Servlco consisting of Mr 0 D Ingnll has begun a study of forest conditions In this county This party IH engaged In making forest niap and In obtaining estimates of tho standing timber and the annual of forest products Tho work being curried on fur the third sensor by time Purest Service In cooperation with tho State Hoard uf Agriculture Forestry and Immigration lime ro suits of time Brat years work have beer published by In time Ken tucky Handbook HKXM007 Time object of this study Is to show the people of each county Just what tholr timber resources are how fast they aro going and how they play bo used to best advantage Tho men en gaged In this work will endeavor to see aS many of those Interested In tim ber In order to gut from thom a more thorough knowledge of local condl Lions than can be obtained through observation alone Any assistance ami Information that ID given will facilitate Important Invest untlon tue bride on I Richmond I Kentucky b ot- a output the State I I I them s Flor- Ida relatives ion an fu buy- Ing the this C TEACHERS INSTITUTE Our hats are oft mid the gates of the city ari open many teachers of Boyle and Jarrard eoiintlen who are In session hero this week Wo look to these people for tho proper moulding uf time charac ters nod training of the minds of the rising generation Their work Is the iiobUistnne ministry ex copied tint can engage tho attention of man Tho Institute Is being con ducted by Prof D W Bridges and Miss Lftlln Patrldgo whoso work Is too well known to require comment lion J W lUwllngs time veteran school superintendent of Hole and Hlgglns the clout superintendent of county are hero rendering valuable aid to the Insllluo Miss Lucrotla Skinner of Garrard and Miss Ella Barker of Boyle were elected scare taries Miss Eliza Ison was elected to direct tho music After organization on Monday Miss Pitrldgc gave some splendid sugges duns on Language Prof Bridges followed on Arithmetic and showed that time basis of all thinking Is mathematics Supt Rawllnga took part In time discussion and favored do tuitions and rules properly taught He said Wo live by rule and we should teach Prof Bridges Intro duced Miss Nashville who mado some splendid remarks on draw Ing Miss Patrldgo then took oral reading and stated many children call words and have no Idea of the thought Mrs Klnnalrd presi dent of tho Womans Club was then Introduced and told of tho work that tho club loped to du for the good of time schools of the county and ended by Inviting the teachers to a at her home Tuesday evening given by tho Womans Club TUKSIUY After devotional exer cises conducted by Rey O P Rush followed by Prot O B Fallls showed the need of keeping In touch with current events by reading school journals Prot Bridges showed time Importance of a knowledge of geography for all reading matter He Insisted that teachers make that knowledge real to thechild by allowing him to conic In contact with and ob serve all for himself that Is possible giving him a correct conception of a city mountain river etc Patrldge spoke at some length again on reading and said that the purpose of reading Is thought get ting Miss Wheeler discussed the subject of getting drawing material Into the hands of the pupils Prof In the afternoon Miss Palndge dis cussed oral composition and said you must make time subject Intensely Inter esting to the child and favored let ting time child select his own subjects Prof Bridges discussed methods of teaching arithmetic with objects leading from the concrete to the ab Ktract Prof Fallls and Miss Eliza Icon with Mrs O B Fallls at the piano favored the Institute with Annie Laurie Miss Patrldgo took up the of tho mechanics of written work holding that the child learns to wrlto by writing and If he uses Incorrect forms It Is because ho bas nut been taught time correct form Supt Rawl logs Insists that a teacher needs for helps and suggestions and that two lessons a week wen taught Is better than live lessons hurriedly scanned WEDNESDAY After song All Hall the Power of Jesus and devotional exercises by Eld F M Tinder the Institute proceeded to business and much valuable Information was given on various subjects followed by lively discussions which will prove of great benefit to teachers generally Wo re gret that we are unable make full mentions of time different discussions C Moetlno Tho Mary Walker Price of tho U D C meets on Monday member 8th at tho home of Mrs Fred P Friable It will be a memorial set vice In honor of time deeply lamented and highly esteemed member Mrs James A Doty who HO recently fell out of tho ranks of the Chapter URGENT CALL ISSUED By Prominent Anti Tuberculosis Workers Tho AntiTuberculosis Conference which has been under consideration for several week and which has been planned by the AntiTuberculosis As sociations now In operation at Hend erson Frankfort Latonla Lexington Louisville and Owensboro will mark tho greatest forward step yet taken In the movement against Tuberculo lu Kentucky This conference will bo hold In Lexington on September 20th A call has been Issued to time Mayor at every city In time State requesting his presence and tho appointment of ono other delegate troll each city These delegates together with a nura of distinguished vlsltom will moot In Lexington September 20th and 30th for tho purpose of forming a state or to combat consumption In Kentucky The headquarters of the Conference will bo held at time Poenlx Hotel lit Lexington and such an ac five Association will bo formed as can begin at once tho work which a 10 greatly needed throughout the State to the accomplished the Jennie emI j i i I i i I by rule Wheeler ot only J II I reception j Miss Barker Miss uponr journals to U D Sept Ills nnl Ilion county Miss discussion MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS Ij i I OtVrCais t7 K3061o1tbD0io44a o104040 010GlI You will see something new in FARM WAGONS HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickory I j x x 2 z Q J1 1t Dont Old i a i I G64 lard irNit 39 rd WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky I WAGON- on I t We regret to note tho death of an Infrant child of Mr F F Frltzpat rick at Point Lcavell The burial place In the Buffalo cemetery Tuesday Dividend for You There will bad meeting otllie of Garrard Fair Assoqlatlonf at time Dank at m for tho purpose of declai Ing a dividend Do you want money Then dont tall to come Big Stock Sale The stock sale hold by Mr Jell Dunn at Uryantayllle lastThursday was ono of tho largest In this section of the country Capt I M Dunn auotlon neered before a crowd of 1600 or 2000 people It look several hours to sell tho stock which brought most suds factory prices Horses brought from ITS to 1200 Shetland ponies from 50 to 1160 und cows trump 135 to 150 Big Land Sale Hughes Swlnobroad tho real es tote men of Lancaster report that they have Just sold to Mr und Mrs Lena Tester 105 sores of land near Ilryanlsvllle at 1100 per sore Time sale was made for 0 II Bwinebroud und U u part of the Dunn farm recently by him They state that they have for sale some of this laud two tracts with Improvements which can be purchased at their market value Subscribe for Time HKCOIID t unty On and Trust C lpanv ay afternoon 330 I purchased still stockholders Sur p each tract 1 Banks Closed All of time banks In this city will bo closed Monday September Oth on ac count of Labor Day whlco Is a legal holiday Time It Was Paid For For a number of weeks past wo have been expending our brain power In these columns for scant remuneration Tho condition of our purse Is now such that hereafter wo must extract pay from all thoso who would be In our brainstorm efforts For the guidance of prospective patrons wo have established the following schedule of prices For announcing to tho public that a man Is a successful citizen when everyone knows ho Is aa lazy us n government mule 213 tel ling that a man Is u trustworthy cit Izen when no ono In town would trust him out of sight and If ho had his Just deserts ho would now bo serving time lu time pen 1311 for saying that ho is a desirable citizen when would bo tickled to death to have him leave tho burg 8125 referring a deceased citizen as one who mourned by the entire community when wo know ho will bo missed only by a poker circle 11016 sending a doughty sinner to heaven 5 calling an ordinary pulpit pounder an em loom divine 03o calling a bride an accomplished and beautiful young lady when It Is u known tact that sue U as Illiterate as a pig crosseyed anti face covered with freckles ll330refer thug to some ualvantlng female as an estimable lady whom every business man 11 town would rattier see time coming 9BO I MourooYIIIQ 0 r i mentioned iI i everyone tot6 f Spectators CENTRAL RECORD tmXtl WKRKLY Ittn A P 8 HUGHES EdrPubr JfeMmMftlM tfrtl V r Member Ky Prom Aoteelnllon and Eighth District League Lnncostor Ky September 3 1900 metes For Political Announcements For Priclncl nail City Oniccn 1 600 For County Olllcoa 1000 Fir Stnto and 1500 Calln per line 10 For Cord per lino 10 For nil publications In Mtof Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 line OS RAn IIIMul Kr lit Publisher i District or I ho Inter 11 kateredallse1WODree At W M OlUcesa 1 r Democratic Ticket For ClrcultJudge M C Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A llurtlln Fur State Senator It L Hubble Fur Representative J O Uoglc Fur Circuit Clerk V 11 Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J Hamilton Gco T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss lllgglns For Jailer Jack Adams Fur Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Mafelstrate District No 1 J P Bourne Fur Coroner henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of tiarrnrd county 1 am Urn nomi nee for County Attorney will p predate your support H D Herndon In the days of Taft the Mint a treat multitude of the people leathered In the city on the river In region ruled by August us of the house of WlllRon and It came to pass that the people cried aloud to be released from their rulers because the tribute that they had paid could not be found oDd those who had come together and murdered the peoples Governor were set at liberty This gathering was on the last day of the eighth month In the year one thousand slue hun dred and nine Many did speak to the multitude of their hardships because of these rulers and the gathering cried aloud and the rulers In the city and Augustus were much afraid and a writing appeared on the walls read Ing Thou hast been weighed ard found wanting Thou shalt rule more over the people and the people who are Democrats shall select the rulers as they did before and the people shall rejolco with great Joy It Is gratifying to note that the Democratic party Is united and that neither personal considerations or side Issues will lead Its followers from their All good democrats claim that If a nominee Is objectionable lie should have been defeated for the They further refuse to vote against a man on given principle or policy not by the party Title kind of organlza thin Is necessary to party success In all races Beware of a break In the ranks In unity alone we Und strength Our county administration should re main democratic hands and If we bayou lepubllcau legislature we will be redistricted so as to keep that par ty In power and we had as well hang our harp on a willow tree These suggestions thould receive the calm and dispassionate consideration of all Democrats A convention has been called to meet In Lexington on September 17th for the purpose of a Federation of Central Ken tucky Commercial Clubs This means better acquaintances cementing to gether of Interests and a possibility of bringing new blood and capital Into this section of the state With this combination capitalists coming to locate if satisfied with ono town will tie transferred to another and thus kept In thU section of tile state It behooves us to organize a strung Commercial Club tind send a delega tion to this meeting Wholl work the organization io The Citizens National Life Insur ance Cumpany of Loulsvlllu is mak lag rapid strides in securing u sub stantial business Good business men all over the country are taking ad vantage of liberal terms and rates We should nil patronize a homo com pany and thereby stop sending mil lions o money to other Status Wo must patronize hume Institutions wo would prosper There Is no rea son why tho South should not have In curative companies us well as tho East The newspaper fraternity all over Kentucky Is delighted to learn that the veteran editor anti rtemocrrtlQ Col W 1 Walton has purchas ed a controlling Interest In the Ken Evening Gazette a democratic daily newspaper published at Lexing K W For SherJlf Jennie nod behold I ji j first love adopted lath and not I its t 1 i I then 1 C I not 4 l nomination 1 I f organizing t it NRilt lr b t I t if- S 4t h warhorse ton tie wn needed In the democrat lo ranks mid ho will make that paper n power for the cause ns ho hasso ably done heretofore Our quiet city U tree from the unto of liquor It only being received by front other States by tho pro visions of the InterState Commerce law Vo should petition Congrcw to amend that law so an to prevent UK shipment Into territory not sold Tbs would do moro to make our present laws effective titan arty thing else that can In that direction Thd big pot was put In tho little ono at Louisville on Tuesday and Wednts day llurgoo stud oialory flowed in abutidi CD and thousands of unterrili crt democrats their dotcrmtnu lion to redeem the city and Mate from Republican misrule Further men tion of It IN in this column The Kentucky Press Association incuts at Ki til I Springs today on mat ters of considerable Importance to tho fraternity The cost of newspaper supplies Inns Increased rapidly of late and steps will bo taken to guard the Interests of the fraternity by asking for consistent legislation W J Dryan will attend tho Seattle Exposition on October 30th Ho will see salmon there at the fisheries that are like him the tact that they run every four roars and get canned Go With A Ruah The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr King New Life Pills Is astounding R E McRobertisays be never saw the like Its because trey never fall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c 1m Miss Pattlo nolle Burke Is visiting at Danville and Junction City R A McGralh of Grccnsvlllc was here for a short stay this week Miss Margaret Jenkins has been at tendlnga house party at Shelby vllle Miss Wadelee Maret and Mr John Boner attended the London fair Fri dayQuite a number from here attended the dance at Nlcholasvllle on Thurs day night Miss Ballard and Miss Marv Hunter will spend a few days In Lexington next week W M Jenkins of Indianapolis came Sunday for a visit to his father 0 M Jenkins Miss Sallle Marrs Sparks of Nlchol asvllle was the guest last week of Charley Deane About twenty of the Society crowd enjoyed a very delightful hay rldo on Monday Miss Mabel Martin is at home after a very pleasant visit to Miss Anna Bain at Lexington Miss Eliza bon Katie Farlee and Elizabeth Bryant ure attending the Institute this week Miss Margurlto Woolfolk of Lexing ton returned home Monday after a visit to her cousin Miss MillIe Bal lardMisses Bessie and Katie Patton and guest Miss Mary Herd of Fort Worth Texas and Harvey Herd and J Hogan Ballard spent Monday In Lexington Mrs Beckham o Fort Worth Tex as has been visiting Mr B P Patton and Beckham and Mrs Harvey Herd were In Georgetown a few days this week Miss Mayme Ballard and her guest Miss Hunter of Qultman Ga were In Nlcholusvllle for the fair this week and attended the dunce on Thursday While there they were the guests of Misses Salllt Marrs Sparks arid Alma The sale of Mr Jell T Dunn on Thursday was well attended and everything sold well It was the larg est sale ever held In this community Buyers attended from all over CenU I Kentucky rue sale bill auieunted to about 15 000 Among the prominent horsemen who attended the sale were J F Cook and Clarence Kerr of Lex ington A very delightful Launch party to Ljck No 8 was given Tuesday evening by Mr J II Boner In honor of MUs Hunter of Georgia the guest of Miss Billiard A delightful lunch was served at the lock and the oven lug was thoroughly enjoyed by every one present It WOA one of the most delightful affairs vet given fur bliss Hunter Miss Maymo Ballard cntertnlacd Wednesday morning ttt cards III hon or of her guest Miss Mary Hunter of Qultman Gu Viva Hundred was played at three tables and after a very Interesting game a delicious lunch was nerved The highest score was made by bliss Hunter who was presented The bride of tho mlsletoo Tho second score wits made by Miss Wade leo Maret Miss Mallard was assisted by Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex ington Among the guests from a distance wore Misses Salllo Marrs Sparks of Nlcholusvllle and Mary Herd of Fort Worth Texas Hopplty Hop Are you just barely getting around by the uld of crutches or u Un your have lot a limb or have a de formity If your trouble Is rheuma tism lumbago sprain stiff joints or anything of like nature use Mallards Know Liniment until In no time you can thruw away your crutches and be as well as anyone Price 2Jc 60o and 1100 Sold by R E McRoberU Iw It bo done In lilt S O b1 rs evening familyMrs florins Miss less shipment where camel IIUHNA VISTA Charles Robinson ha purchased the homo place at 11300 On tho 33d of September 0 II Ruble will liavo a stock sale Marpnnd Howard with relatives nt Rurgln Torn Sklnnnr will Iciivo tills week to begin teaching nt Sinllhlleld Mr Frank lloglo of Spent In her mother Mrs Ellzibotli Mr and Mrs Ed llallnrd of Stan ford wero visitors nt Poors last weekMr nnd Mrs Cyrus Knson of Van Arsdnto were callers In our village SaturdayCharles Robinson and mother spent Sunday with Will JSplllman and tarn ily at Rurgln Mrs Elizabeth IRon who last week suffered n light attack of paralysis is reported better Mrs Joe Hamilton and children left Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs W P Ru ble of O good Indiana Mr Davis of Jncksboro Tenn was here last week ns a prospective buyer of tho general merchandise store of A T Scott UUOKKlE Born to the wife of Handle Kurtz a Ono girl John Sewel Is back ngatn after n In Henrietta Oklahoma Miss bonnie Preston of Stone was the guest of the Misses Dickerson SaturdayT Hill and family visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Teater SaturdayMr Mrs Bogle enter tained a number of their friends very plesanlly Sunday Miss Flossie Sutlofi has returned to her home In Lancaster after a weeks visit to friends here Mr and Mrs R 1 Burton visited her parents Mr nnd Mrs J P Long of Cottonburg Sunday Miss Ruth Waller has returned to her home In Louisville after a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs J W BrownMr C Mlles wife and daughter Agnes attended the Tales Creek As sociation nt Crab Orcnard und were guests of L L Sanders and wife Our series of meetings will begin at this place the first Sunday night Hope we will have a good attendance and that much Interest will be The little two year old daughter of Josh and Marlon Brown died August fith and was latch to rest In the Buck eye Cemetery We would say to the family do not grieve that she Is gone lay your turn and bleeding hearts on Jesus bosom and remember The Lord glveth and the Lord takcth away A Burglar In Town his name Is had coughs Ho doesnt care for gold or silver but ho will steal your health away It he ap him at with Ballards Horehound Syrup It may mean consumption If you dont A euro for all coughs colds and chest troubles Price and 1 00 per bottle McRoberts 1m MAKK8HUU1 Born to the wife of Mr J M Eager a girl Miss Mary Herd of Texas is the guest of Miss Bessie Patton Mrs Charles Poindexter is visiting Mrs Clayton III Oklahoma Mrs U D Simpson of Lancaster IIOP been a recent guest of Mrs J W SimpsonMrs Ledfnrd of Buckeye was too guest of Mrs John Eager tho first of the week Rev Shouso tilled the pulpit Sun day at Bruners Chapel by request of the pastor Rev Moore Nlss Florence has returned from u very pleasant visit to friends at Rich mond and Valley View Mrs Rogers of Mllldgevllle was hero to attend the funeral of her brother Mr fence Upton Mr Porter Robinson and wife nee Anna Philips of Stanford have been visiting the home of Mr J W Simp sonMiss Nancy Woods Master Elmer and Chester Woods arc attending tin school taught by Miss Ison at Bryants yllleMr I K Swopound wife of Hw tonvllla have returned hone utter a visit to their son J W Swopo and wifeRev Preston of Lexington will preach for the Pleasant Grove congre gation Sunday morning at tho usual hourMrs Robert Collier of California who has peon visiting Mrs Robt of Boyle county Is now the guest of Mrs Taylor Uurdettc Night On Bald Mountain Ona lonely night Alex Itonton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Haul Mountain to the homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthumn bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon and quickly cured hits sons wife severe lung trouble Millions believe Its the greatest Throat and Lung cure pn Earth Coughs Colds proup Ilea nrrhagea und Soro Lungs are surely cured by It Host fur Hay Fever qrjpanrt Whoopng Cough boo and llOQTrlal bottle free Guaranteed by H E MoRouerU lid I J J t loo stay J O manifested pears In your house arrest once 25c 60c Sold by It E Collier Is relieved ot- a ot r 1 Askinc spent Sunday visiting son several f 1 x COLLIB 0008 AT THE BTATB FAIR An Exhibit That Should Appeal to ProoreMlve Farmer Tho colllo dolt exhibit from present Indications will bo bigger and moro nt tractive than over before Tho of prlzo rings havo boon Increased and tho premiums are more liberal thnn last years show It will bo held under tho rules of tho Amortfan ICon nel club and ni four nro to bo gained by owners toward n modal It Is confidently expected that thnro will be a number of high class oxhlblls from tho eastern and northern states nnd It li not nt nil unlikely that somo of tho most cele brated kennels In tho United States will bo reprciontcd title show The okhlblt will bo conducted under tho auspices of tho Kentucky Slate Knlr Oollle club which Includes In Its mom b rshlp the moat prominent colllo In tho itnto and gentlemen who nro qnlto prominent In business And social again Tho club officers are Judgo Oca DuRollc president Prof M A flcovoll vice president W J Bellman secretary John 11 Good Joseph Burgo W If OllUicr Moorman Jr members of tho oxe cutlvo commute A number of epodal prizes hnvo been secured nail altogether tho are Quito flat toying The colllo has come to bo recognized us n farmers dog and for this reason this show should appeal to ovary progressive farmer in tho Commonwealth For ninny years past tho dog how hu been ono of Uio very best attractions of tho State Fair This year with an Increased number of n greatly Increased Interest In tho show It should bo better than over SOME FINE FEATURES Special Nights at the Kentucky State Fair Mr A D Llpccomb president of tho Loulsvlllo advertisers club will bo nt tho head of tho special nights Mr Ltpsoomb U ambitious to mako tho special night features n greater attraction than nt any previ cue fair nnd with tho addition of tho night horso show which has proved such a popular attraction at all of the loading State Fairs and Hippodrome performances In the pavilion thero is little doubt thnt his hopes will bo Associated with hIm are the following Influcntal and enterprising gentlemen each of whom will strive to make his night the best Trot E II Mark of tho Loulsvlllo publlo schools who will bo chairman Monday night designed n school childrens night Mr Louis Seelbach chairman night which toOl boon named Ocr night John ncchton wald president of tho Louisville feder anon of labor chairman Wednesday night labor night Cot W n Haldo man commander of tho first Kentucky regiment chairman military night Thursday night John J Harry chair man Irish American night Friday night J E Dorlnnd chairman taro well night Saturday night Saturday should bo an entertaining day to tho children as the Shetland pony classes will all be exhibited and to the general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS Plenty of Space For Such Displays at Kentucky State Fair Applications for space In tho ma chinery department are being received dally at the State Pair omens Tho Importance and magnitude of exhibit In this department AM growing ovary year While Ute same advantages ore not offered to exhibitors as ere given them by oldur Institution In tho way of machinery halls thtro wlh to plenty of space In ono of the mom con veniently located parts of tlii for exhibits of this nature and every other facility and accomodatlon will bo at their disposal Among thoso who have signified their Intentions of making displays at the Fair this year aro manufacturers of engines pumps stock scales fences mills rood mn chines vehicles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and everything In the way of modem upt date machinery and fuming utensil Tho farmer who would keep abreast of the times must necessarily be In structed In the uso of bettor methods of farming and the use of Improved and labor saving machinery on tho farm and can find no stronger object lesson than at an exhibition of this kind AN INNOVATION Hereford Sale at the Kentucky State Fair For tho first limo at tho Kentucky State Fair there will bp held a public vale of registered Hereford cattle on Thursday Sept 16th 1009 This sale will bo made up of some of tho best cattle owned by Kentucky Hereford brcodors and something like fifty head will bo offered If this sale Is a success as Is confidently believed It will bo In the future public soles of other breeds of cattlo will probably bo held as well ns registered sheep and hogs Any far mer wanting foundation stock of Hero fords would do well to bo on hand at this sale ns the cattle will be sold irrespective of price to tho highest bidder For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jonos Building Ky The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate us poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bitters U the greatest health builder the world lies over known It com pels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tunes and Invigorate tho whole system Vigorous body arid keen brain follow their use yuu cant atTord to slight Klectrlo Mutters If weak rundown or sickly Only too Guaranteed by U E MoRoberts 1m r 0 i l number fanciers pro pocta dogs end realized 1I Lou I Ivlllo f championship W- It program Tuesday man American grouse Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of Citizens National I Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its 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 t First week August 2 V i 1 10696000ff v Total Second week August 9 7 20024000 V Total Third week August S 34500000Total Fourth week August 23 46946090Total Fifth week August 30 60170000 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W II GRKGORY LOUISVIUH Tin CHNTKAI Ritcoxn Lancaster Ky Pleavs send me full Information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY r H 1 tr 1 L IJi 11 U I W k f t stockwe I week I 4 J 16 q KY NA31t 1I11111IS e yNrr Yile n p I t y they I I e Life 1 4 N e t TEATKHSYIUK Mrs Sam Cotton Is on tho sick list Mr Owan East has gone to Madison with his thresher Mrs N K Bogle who lias been sick for sonic time U able to be out again Miss Annie Sam Phcrlngo of Lex ington Is the charming guest of Mrs Wm Simpson Mr Sam Cotton was called to the bedside of his father Mr Nathaniel Cotton at KlrkBvllle Friday JSOUUNK 0 R Carpenter bought a yearling mule of J H Dunn price 807 00 Gilbert Turner bought of J I a nice pair of work mules price 1300T J Turner visited relatives and attended the fair at Uarboursvlllo last week lope ft Anderson of IlyUuvllle re ceived eight heifers of G R 3c Mr K W Montgomery and wife were with relatives In Madison a part of last week Mr T D Uendron of Nlcholasvlllo spent several days with his daughter Mrs F K Turner recently Mrs D U Carpenter and sop how are with her parents Mr sad Mrs MeLee Peel of Wllmore Mr Tom Marsee and sisters Maymo Leo and Lucy Joe of Murkshnry at tended preaching arid visited relatives lucre Sunday Mr A D Upton ditch at his lame near Danville Friday morning Ho was n former resident uf thU place and lad many friends hero who regret to hear of his death After funeral services conducted by Rev 0 W Thompson thq remains were laid to rest In tho Mt Hebron cemetery Sat urday morning To Be Hippy you must hove good health You cant have good health It your liver Is not doing IU duty slow but sure poisoning Is going on all trio time such circumstances Utllurds Herblno makes a Iorfcotly healthy liver koepH the stomach such bowels right and acts as a tonlo fir tho on tire system Sold by R E MoRoberts Carpenter at I t under ham- Ilton art t AJ BEAZL UNDURTAKER Arterial and Cavity ou Dnlll fmbalmisg- Oare street PULL LINE OP CASKETS ANU BURIAL HOMES ALWAYS I STOCK I L T OJo Q DIU 0 rrJ J O to h- icII it t1 FC- D peow 0 rt d u c 2t- 1J a Q egJ 0 in b petio Yit a pcr r jrt ant 7 r 3t Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam whoro do you buy your COAL Aha doys only ono place to buy coal Moss and date right wliar I gits mino right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Doys got Red Star Coal at lOota an do best 100 coal you obor soon for do money doys not a clinkor in it flats right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders t ih rO 0 I 1 e 3- M 1 MR FARMER if you want n good wheat crop got the best im plomonts via Hoosier Wheat Drill I Oliver Plows Clarks Cutting Harrow H Far superior to any other j Olmtlnnooga Disc Plows Syracuse Hillside i Plows Vulcnn Plows Studobakor g Corydon Wagons Do you want a hnppy wife Got hor a i 1 Majestic Range and Economy Fruit 5 Jars The best madeU J E Mount Co If- t l I IJ r r 1 f rat1 l- r I I1 iI J r Wagons r titr m r r r fi r IILr 1 J J WALKRIIPresidentr J 8 JOHNSON Vice Prost r ORGANIZED I88j Tin CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 D P HUDSON Cashier WO RIUNRT AsstCultr OD WALKKU Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J B Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Globs Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOIirOKA- TKUUunoaator Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROBERTS crest J C Hubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W KUIORK Cashier Ti a u Aut Culilcr R L Klkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank r I I I rI I T M Arnold D rA Rook kocper 1 S i 4 J 1 m 6 BIG DAYS NIGHTS St 3 OOQQPREMIUMS IN HORSE SHOW AND WWDAILY AND illS BAND FREE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE IIOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here the line live stock snAio best linn products ere iiiemlled irltnd rated friend amnscraent h corablnsil wlli Islorustloa nla or abiDe sod MT Stock PtrUlon In the world Juirt8oJoHiilloaiiiLiH 9 CURE LOW RAILROAD TOn INlORMATIOU CATALOOUCETrXY BLANKS ADDRESS J V JJEWMAN JTocrotBry 320 Paul Jonco Did LoulovlHe Ky t HI RACESNA LLO ATTRAC ONSFIRE I r I TES I ODROME in We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt boon open rogular for somo limo but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Come In and get the best PIIOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO II v t I 4 t 1J N oCQ t J- I C p LQ f 01 r 0X A 4 r 0r0r W 41N t 1- L THE Notional Bunk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A U DBNNV rrcildini S C pNNY 9 hl r J F Uoblnson Aiwt OasUr- U T Kmbry PlHKOTOItai D Cochran Max n Penny A 0 Robinson John E Btorroo 8 0 Penny J L 0111 W I Williams J I STOIt116S Viet San Pisss llook keeper to 0- C U n CD os CDCI Nh 1 About People Z Z A odd Mention ol Comings nd Goings ty Thou Wt Art In Mrs In In Louisville vlnltliiK friends Miss Alllo Arnold Is visiting rela Lives In Nlcliolnsvlllo I to Camp bollsvlllo fur n fow days Senator G T Fnrrln attended the Barbecue at Louisville It S Drown leaves this week for tho Falls City on business Miss Nannie Anderson has gore to afowdays trip Cyrus Kason and wife of Salvlsa Bro horo vlslllntr Robert Cox J homo from a Visit to relatives In Louisville R II liaison and wlfo Bro In Indian apolls and Chicago on business Miss Margaret Lackey ofKlnitston Is visiting Miss Lillian Cochran Miss Gladys Merritt of Danville Is the guest of tho Misses Arnold Miss Leila Putrlduo of Boston Is tho Kuest of Mrs James 0 Klnnalrd Miss Lavlsa Harris of Hubble has been the guest of Miss Irene Romans Miss Bertha Christopher of Buena Vista Is visiting Mrs Wm Hamilton Miss Helen Thurman of horse Cave Is thoKuest of Mrs Uriah Simp sonE K Sutton of London Is hero visiting his sister Mrs J E Dick rson Miss Jennie Lackey Is at homo from a visit to relatives In Georgetown and Paris Miss Marguerite Klnnalrd Is vis ItliiK her cousin Sparks of Nlch olosvlllo Fisher Herring and wile leavo this week for an outing at Hot Springs Mrs Samuel Rector of Junction City Is visiting Mrs Amon on Rich mond street Henry Tribble of Louisville has been with his aunt Mrs Edna Fran cis for a visit Mrs DaVId son Chan of Mexico are guest at tho homo of J W Elmore Mrs Samuel Hasclden and llttlo with her parentsln Nicholas vllle for a visit Wm KavanniiKh Is at homo from a visit to Mr Thomas R Slavic and wife of Danville Miss Helen Plltzcnrcltcr of Is hero for a visit to Mr R Intoner and family Alcsdames II 0 Jennings and W I Williams and children aro at Dripping Springs Mr Ray Orrel of White City Flor arrived Sunday for a visit to his Miss Ethel Dunn W T Watson and wife of Nina are visiting Ins daughter Mrs W P Lawson at Tipton Mo Mr Win Furnan of Omaha has Joined his wlfo hero for a visit to Mr and Mrs Hanks Hudson Mrs J Joseph Is enjoying a visit to her parents at Eaton Ohio and also an outing upon tho lakes 0 F Denman and wife of Nlcho lasylllo visited her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West this week Misses Ilesslo Richard and Eugenia Patrick of Stanford were geusts last week of Mrs W II Mason Mr E R Turloy cashier of the State Hank Trust Co of Richmond Ky was In our city Monday Mr and Mrs Iva McLaren and children of Mores aro hero visiting Mr and Mrs G M Patterson Misses Mason and Urashor aro In Lancaster and will resumo their again In tho Graded School Mesdames A Swlnebroad and G 11 Swlnebroad and sons have from a stay at Dripping Springs J V Arnold and wlfo have returned to their homo In lllrminglmin after a visit to Mr and Mrs James liurnsldo Miss Harriet Fleetwood of Rome Ga ono of the faculty of the Graded school Is again with Mrs J 0 Hemp hill Misses Kathleen Walter and Allle YantlB returned home Monday after several days visit to friends In Stan ford Mr John M Grand has returned to his homo In Wico Texas after sever al wcoksstav wllli Mr and Mrs W I WilliamsW Is at homo from Louis villa and reports an enjoyable tlmo at tho Bradley banquet given In tile Falls City last week Mrs Wm llurnott and little daugh ter Casslo May loft last week for a visit to Sheloy villa relatives and to attend tho fair burs John W Miller entertained at a oclock dinner In honor of Mr and Mrs Wherrllt and Mrs Wm Ilogle of Now Orleans Mrs Hello Uurnslde has returned from Montlcollo whore she spent tho vacation quite pleasantly with i r daughter Mrs Larry D Jones pars E II Smith and children have returned to their home at Dinning ham Alabama after vUltliu her par r 41 I the 0 James W Wlllllllnll hall ono Loulsvlllo for Mrs T fries Is at Miss Arkans Chenault and are Cincinnati sojourners fiancee positions W O Giossi Ourrv is sons C returned onto Mr anti Mm N 11 nnrr J I Clark of ItoyoUo U In Lancas ter In IntorcHt of the tobacoo pool Mrs T J Price gave a six oclock tinner ono evening this week In honor ottliolirlrhvalret Miss Hlliol Dunn Burl a fow of liar Intimate associates Mrs J 0 Ifimplilll Is at home nf torn visit to hit daughter Mrs A J McNccR of Clinton Mo and her hus band Judge J 0 llimphlll of Louis villaMrs W It little tlaughtor Miss Lcotm and Miss Fannlo Wilson have returned homo after several weeks visit to their parents In Rich mond The Womans Club entertained Tuesday evening at the homo of Mrs J U Klnnalrd In honor of the who aro hero this week attending tho Institute Mr W 0 Wherrlttand family Mrs Wm angle mid Mist Alma Berkle loft Saturday for their homo in Now Orleans after n visit to Mr and Mrs W II Whorrltt Miss Helen Young of Now Orleans gave a party last Wednesday after noon to a number of her young friends at tho homo of her grandmother Mrs Wm 0 Anderson Mr James Hall and wife of Lexing ton anti Miss Lela Russell of part of n largo auto party en route from Crab Orchard were guests of Dr and Mrs Amon Tuesday General News GovWlllson lams Issued a naming September 0 ns Labor Day on which he says no one shall be compelled to work Four boys attempted to derail a heavily loaded Illinois Central pas senger train at Jfankakce III They wero waiting for the train when and said they wanted to see a wreckThe owners of tho now Indianapolis motor speedway are melt responsible for the several deaths that occurred In accidents during the automobile races of August 10 20 and 21 In the Coro ners decision made public last week Taylor returned to Ind ianapolis yesterday lie had made two trips through Kentucky he said but on neither of thorn had ho stop yed at Louisville He went to Arkan sits to attend to sumo legal business lie said ho might return to Kentucky for a short time In October Wireless dispatches to Seattle Washington from Alaska state that the steamer Ohio went down off Steep Point and live of the crew were drown ed All of tho 128 passengers escaped The wireless operator who stood by his post until ilia passengers were ta ken off was one of the victims Glenn H Curtis who represented tho United States In the aviation con tests at lietliany Plains lUielms France won the Prize rlo la Vitesse and set another worlds mark Curtlss total money winnings during tho cun tests are 38000 francs besides time Cup which goes to the Aero Club of America Inscribed with his name President E L Davenport of tho National Tobacco Growers Associa tion a branch of time American Society of Equity lias called a meeting of the liurlov tobacco growers and tho to bacco planters of other counties to meet In Ellzabcthtown September 4 to form a district union und take quick action on the 1009 pool Congressman Olllo Junes resent William Jennings Hryan at the called meeting to take place at Alba ny N Y September to further tho adoption of a Federal Income tax law Mr Bryan In a letter to tho promoters suggests a form of permanent organi zation and that It bo called tho Income Tax League of the State of Nt w York Augustus Thomas the playwright will be elected president time league Time less of life In time Monterey Mexico Hood cannot bo accurately es timated for days It Is now estimated about 2000 but from a send reliable sourco It Is said 400 bodies have boon recovered rime rain tins ceased and U Is thought tho damage is over Time property loss Is estimated as high as 120000000 Time water and sewerage system was damaged 1000000 or more Time loss on tho Monterey smelter Is estimated at from 1000 000 to 2000000 Tho Monterey steel plant U said to kayo been damaged from 1000000 to 2000000 loycl Little Orea Whlttakor Is reported on tho sick list Miss Llda Ranoy entertained a nom her of hor friends Sunday Mrs Ella Logan Is visiting her mother Mrs Stove Walker Halllo tho youngest child of Mr and Mrs Aaron lUv has boon very sick but Is touch Impovcd Miss Christine Medcalf of Paint Lick In time charming guest of Miss Mao Medcalf Miss Virgil Carter and Mr Luther Uanoy visited Mrs Floranco Mallard of Hryantsvlllo Saturday and Sun day tt Havo You A Baby Then watch It closely And above all things dont let It suiTor for any length of home with wormsthai Is fatal Jt Its complexion jets yellow and patty If listless cross or peevish gets thin suitors with lUtu lonco give It Whiles Cream Verml Time only cure that never fails mill has no had ctlccts Bold by It E Molloberta lw I OuLt teacher Louisville proclamation arrested William S International willrep l and ILls logo Business Items nice cot For Salol R L Hagan rflfi soil irnlture Singleton All owing Mrs Josephine Hincvdc Notice Having sold may stock of pq 0321 0 A Eager 5 Par cent Money Will loan In sums of 1000 estateIf you will ncVd th money litojlBIs tall or the year npn Is the time to 025tf G P Bwlnobroad Time first Childrens Fair evoK hold In Kentucky hy colored will bcr lath Milton Snccd r xC5 td Lancaster Ky Notice of Dissolution by mutual Consent B F Robinson retiring B F Robinson 0331 J S Skinner WANTED A GARDEN MR CANDLE88 MAKES THE AN NUAL RESOLUTION Intended to Ratio HU Own Vegetables 80 He Takes a Day Off and Dravely Commences Quick Curtain This Is the sort of weather said Mr Cnndless that makes me want to be a farmer Mrs Candlesa stalled It would be nice wouldnt 17 she said Wo wouldnt have to buy five cents worth of milk from tho Drowns every day and when eggs aro 60 cents wed bo getting them freo Suro we would responded Mr Cnndless appreciatively and think of tho garden wed havo Why not have a garden horoT tn tcrrttptcd Mrs Cnndloss Wo have tho wholo back yard and you re member the Davlsea had a fine ono last year Ill do It said Mr Candless with enthusiasm Well have And lettuce said Mrs Candles And beans and potatoes And pumpkins And peas and asparagus finished Mrs Cnndless Youd bettor start It In time That night Mr Candless appeared bearing a palpably now hoe spade and rake painted of blade white of handle and hearing stickers indicating whence they came Also his pockets bulged with packets of seed Im not going to the office tomor row ho said Im going to mako a garden lie sure to set tho clock at six The faithful clock did Its but It was nearly nine oclock beforo Mr Candloss arose It was after ton when ho had finished breakfast Ho put on hla oldest clothes took tho now hoe and rake and spade and tho packets of seeds and went out to look over the gardentobo lIe rolled up his sleovos and seiz lug tho hoe began breaking the weeds After a few strokes ho leaned on tho hoe Ho was jarred from heels to head Ho chopped down half a dozen more weeds threw down tho new boo and went Into time house Tired dear asked Mrs Candless Old you finish It Mr Candless looked at her suspiciously scraped his feet against the coal scuttle and took up n book After dinner ho wont forth again and reviewed what he had done It was easier to see what ho had not done Ho took a step toward tho hoo looked at his blistered hands and returned to tho house I must go to the ofllco h said Theres something there I have to do Mm Candlcsa saw him depart Then she wont to tho telephone and called up Mrs Davis You remember the man that made your garden last she asked 0 lies there now Well dear please toll him I want to see him just as soon as ho gets through will you What Why certainly 1 am My gar dun will make yours look ashamed this yew Qalvtstou News Egyptians Garb Petticoat New York policemen are enjoying a joke at the expense of one of their number Olllcor Fay because ho ar tested man bo supposed was muss querading as n woman The prison Minis ho gavo AS his names appeared In court wearing a red tee a small Eton jacket and a silk skirt of whlto and brown Whata tho charge against this Egyptian demanded Magistrate Ker liochnn Masquerading as a woman re plied Fay did he have onT poHooman an seared beginning to Just I said the co masquerading Dont j national Urosap u IIrnn ill to for mtfO llIe oI34t l good pair of mil r r sale U ton 8 72t Best In with It n and SALE- A t my home n texlnlton Rtr H ember 4t lilY house Id and kltch Antis n coast I fn nlllineryvlll cell anti o with ljif O O Becker Itryn tsvllle iCy o to Itober nou t MBrks ask all who n obted to mru please call at onc ud settle best new year a a erJohn fJ flow What the u Iolly recolVyord rwrfStrdof have tk tilt l seat rncer t rf Also go i- SaLurdal p ur or more lust mortgage real ors rho ink uppllcation ctrl ren be h Id a ancaster Se and 1000 Fbr rmatlon address Notice is h e1y given t the mer antlle not Itobinso nd Skln nor t b cellus y has been dlsso tomatoes lhat AO tvoue Let r Wheat both Local and Northerni Rye Barley and We cnrry the abavonsocd onlyW Uosl Vo- V 111 I fr I yi 11 I cleaned grades ylmvo several grades of Coal oi t that wo can make interesting prices on Your orders aro nijp cpiatcd j jj BANKS HUDSON 111 OF ALL KINDS AT B L Woods Prot W C Flab Vice Preit W 0 Kimptr Cainlir PEOPLES BANK Paint INCORPORATED JI J 1 I 1 f U1 I Fi ld Seedsl 1 I t hiihbu 95w2 J 2 nu tI v II n T d IVA 1ITrWW OOCOOOOCOC Oo SCHOOL JIIIIO 11 OOCOOOCCO OOCOOOOOC r LickI r j I- fwrrrrr ut r t arc s y F Varieties wwnnrw a I TSi t L x- l Store I We offer you fair with every that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment accommodation Customers HO Fully Protected by IIdelity and Casuality Iri r eyour Tobacco Barns with BEAliLiEY 8 they will Insure your Tobacco also Office National Dank Phone 31 Our Insuran- covt l las of Lancaster q i Here we go heel and Rundown heels toes make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Ouster Brown Shoes Extra heavy tips extra solid heels what Theres double wear in every pair toes are BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters to 2 0150 j j Youll Get Satisfaction In a pair of White House Shoes in other shoe you could buy There is More Comfort s r 1u ualAli because they aro built on scientific lines of correct foot form which means toot comfort White HOUS fit tho feet snugly without cramping and fi5 Tango of styles and lasts This gives every one tho style ho wants and at a popular Shoe cove a ust f V priceyWhlto House Shoes for Men 9350 QOO OAlITAIt 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DIBBOTORBI M COY B L ARNOLD KQQOYN JBBnRROWl WOODS WOODSJ R E L W O rIstt W C WYNX White House Shoes for Womci 300x00 I r Kentucky Drills Oliver Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete line of furniture and stoves on installment plan Best 28 guago roil iron 3 crimped roofing at 216 a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard Co7- I Bryantsvllla Kentucky w a f I 1r V IOOOOOOO OOOOOO 1cRs V Morrow Gratlunlo Optician Ulaiici WItted ftalutaotioii UiurMiieed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted 1liono 221 Jti Ofllco Hour N nm tola I pifl hI t ft Blormrii Oritir Store omcn orer Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster M K Denny B y l lIe SVALLi4L- I 1 DENTIST Office over Uiii Arnold Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor mosr wjj Office corner Lexington Bt iud 1abllc Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In nil State Courts and District Court Ofllco over Police Court Phono 101 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY M HO USEBARBER Call In and got a Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North side of Public Square Hot and Cold Baths DR A S PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hump Hlchmond ave over Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRobertse otoeeo ooooo ecei ooc o o LOOK FOR TUB HORSE SHOE and trade with our old reliable barbel H M Duncan on Itlcbmond street who Is a help town at all times KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Jet him to cry your sales liest of references Vt itA U- lreaii fe I 1 1 U S INSURANCE all aaUOa I I a WeT 10 i gl i Squarer I t t k 4o e LS 4 9 tour I1 I Rp ft E D I THE r CALU- TEWf1il THE CHILDRSHS FAVO rTE TOHIC CIWAHC Or IMITTIOH THE oiNumi mtr nco ONLY I- TBoHardSnov Liniment Co aT rouits rao McRoborts Drug Store JIVK STUCK MA11KKT CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAHP8 September 1 Cattle ltog Bbetp Receipt 741 4IW illli- iBhlpmeuti 24 IKitf 7M- aATTUK Shipper 5S46ZS OCKK OC- OHutvhtr ttver extra j 8 ivaa K flood In choice 4 MC4BH1 Common to fair 9 Wi 7 Hvl r tixtra 4 7 600 Hood 10 choice 4 W 4 M- IMUUOU to fair xaaw Cow eir 4 U94SS- Qoodlo choice 8J4 li Common w fair xxi o JlulU btlognat a IViJShf- iUltra aiAXsMW- K I iwdn as ralrtoiood J2S6JMM- Coraiuoii and Urge i 4 v is I 8V48W- MU d ack r4H SJofUHSO- BUK 4 T 3 B Common to choice hvavjr fat towi J 75f8 T Light p r4 TStftfl tu i 9 aood to choice Oood tobofe CvnTuon to alr t 5 i lIra V 11rjJIIt bull OAItSI extra i tri mTOSIIlOO packer auel Lulollon 0 110 Wit 7 1 Vllm nuu lu S 1110 Ajl ilflJllra to Wi 00 I Wft a 1 c S C I dannori JEI lbs aui 4 I dli5 cur 754 I 574 AN HNEROBTIO FORCE Th Oro nlt tlon of Kentucky Slate Felt Work Few roftllto tho amount of labor and the amount of orgnnUntltm that It takes to put on a State Fair On 13th nt Loulivllle will bo open ell tho month nnnual Kentucky State Fair Vulture will fliul on exhibition the best spoclmon of practically every product of the state To collect thoso exhibit nnd to lystemUo theta 10 to hnvo ready for Inipoo flea and to operate the lame for ilx days costs about 50000 First comes the iccrotnry who Is charged with the rcpon lblllly of getting everythlns In readiness together with A largo cleri enl forco thou the heads of each do pnrtment which Is always some mem ber of the Stato Hoard of Agriculture with superintendents and asilitanta kutnclcnl to look alter each exhibit n forco of watchmen guards tlckot sellers and takers laborers etc until If tho wholo forco woro gathered It would represent a good sized army Each person U adapted to hnndlo his particular work nnd no tnoro system li required In any great Industrial plant than In an exhibition of such magnitude It was through this thoroughly organized force that all the details of last years laIr was worked out In such an Incredibly short time And the energy displayed by such a forco Is ono of tho Interesting things to bo noted at a state fair A FINE OUTINO Tenting on the Kentucky State Fair- Grounds Arrangements have been made for thoso who want to take a weeks to havlj their own tent upon tho Stato Fair grounds Persons desiring a tent should wrlto to Secretary New man of LouUvlllo Ky and notify him and tents can bo secured and to visitors at actual cost Many persons have an Idea that they can tako In tho entire Fair In ono day whoa In fact six days can bo very profitably spent In studying tho vari ous exhibits tMt will be upon the grounds Many for the first time vie Itlng tho Stato Fair for ono day leave with the determination to come again the next year and spend several days and make their arrangements ADVANTAGE TO FARMERS Equity and Grange Headquarter at the Kentucky State Fair The Kentucky Fair for tho week of Sept 1318 has provided a tent to bo known as Equity Headquarters and also one to be known aa Grango Headquarters for tho use of members of these organiza tions freo of cost It Is to be hoped the farmers will mako use of the ao cotnmodatlona provided for them and feel perfectly at homo during tho fair week Pains Fireworks at the State Fair The State Fair will again have Pains Fireworks ai a night attraction Novelties In flroworks not heretofore seen will bo Introduced and a magnifi cent display of forty numbers will be given each night Including such de vices as The Weird White Falls on a gigantic scale 200 feet long and 25 feet high Also a wonderful device known ns Fighting the Flames showing a house burning with the flro engine playing water upon the flames all done In fireworks Monster por traits of wellknown people The Pain company will also put on a wonderful new device known as The Pillar of Light showing a pillar of fire of In tense brilliancy rising fifty feet In the air making tho entire surroundings as bright as day In connection with the fireworks there will bo provided entertainment by noted specialty artists and a hlg concert each night by tho band a most charming evening and one long to bo remembered Tobacco at the State Fair A most liberal premium list Is for tobacco and a large and val uable exhibit Is expected Classes aro provided for the following Hurley types Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar otto Wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are Block Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Loaf Green RIver Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the regular prizes lion M C Rankin offers 7S In specials for tho best display of Bur Icy crop best display of Dark Tobacco and the best display of Green River Tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered of a single crop but If exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitled to four samples out of each crop Horse Show at the State Fair At every fair whether big or little In Kentucky the horse show Is ono of the predominant features and tho Kentucky State Fair of 1909 will exception With ono of the most attractive classification ever offered at a Southern fair with high class Judges to tlo the ribbons and tho best covered show arena In Ute world there should bo horses enough and of choice quality at this show As the horse ox hlblt can usually be depended upon to take care of Itself It Is believed that with the addition of the night show feature an unusual array of equine celebrities will bo paraded before the public For catalog entry blank or other Information Wrlto J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky A Hurry Up Call Qulckl Mr DruifKlst Qulckl A box of Bucklens Arnica Sulve Heres a quarter For the love of Moses hurt ryl llabyu burned himself terribly Johnnie cut his foot with the axe Mamlo8 scalded walk from piles Dill has bolls and my corns tilia cured all the family Its tho urcatcut healer nn earth Bull hy It K MoRoberU 1m the September A everything out- Ing furnished StAte manAge- ment m k- Ing offered bo- no cant ache lot It ammil ip 1- aa U together accord- Ingly PILES A get Immediate relief frcu Dr Skops Mik OInIiuat j j j j i i j j j j Heinovo tho Drudgery of keeping homo by having tile Creamery tlo your churning They charge only J cents n pound nnil nny surplus is sold for you tit fixr bettor prices than you cnn real io for bttttor nuulo at homo Tho uniform golden color plensing flavor and oxqtiislto texture tire brought out by modern ma ohlnory and aciontillc methods and can not bo equaled by butter made in tile old fashioned wny A broad gtatoinont but its truth is bourn by tho fact that Creamery butter brings from 4JG per cent to 100 por cent moro on any market than tho finest country butter You hnvo discarded tho loom spinning wheel and thu knitting net dies of your grand moth or and if you will now do away with the churns crocks and pans you will have a long WilY toward solving tho servant and making your own Ufo easier aud happier 13ogin now and you will soon wonder how could uet along without the Creamery for like tile telephone when once used it immediately becomes a necessity BlueGrass Creamery Grist and Feed Mills in Connection oU 1I I ii Y u U I I I U U 1111 if tItFf to to IO Je to Je y y h r p ln lilt i gOl o prohlt Ill OU a m w t tt I tl ft V F If i t ItO Farm and Stock The old brood sow should bo kept as lonjr remains vigorous Sue knows better how to raise her suck lltiK pills than the younger mother The ho r destined for the market has short existence and time prollt up on him Is In ratio to tho amount of healthy ford im he Is Klven The young urowltn should be pushed along as fast as possible Germanys acrraue In potatoes reaches the enormous number of 000 Tho production varies from 40 000000 tuns a season Federal Government Is the largest of horses In the United States oven In times ot peace Undo Sam purchased 10000 head last year and will probably more In 1009 fur distribution hero and in the Panama Canal zone the Phllllpplncs Hawaii and 1orto Rico Company soW nearly 1000 head to the Government In 1008 Hamburg Belle defeated Uhlan two straight heats III their match race at North Randall und also set a new worlds record for a trotting race mud fur the fistcst two heats trotted The new record for a mile Is 201J and was made In the first heal of the race The former record 2031 was held by Cresceus The stal lion made the record In a match race vlth The Abbott at lit Ighton in August 1001 Sweet Marie formerly held the rec urd fcr the fastest two heats trotted having made miles In 2011 und 2031 at Syracuse N Y September 12 1003 Hamburg Belles time Is 2OH and 201 Immediately after the first heat Hamburg Belle was sold to II H Hanna of Cleveland O f r 50000 by Edward and Joseph Madden own ers of time mare and suns of John E Madden J Wesley Walker sold his farm of 501 acres on Poor Ridge pike for 14 000 In Kentucky we grow about 250000 000 pounds of tobacco about in burley the balance made up of the other types The former 125000000 pounds enhanced 10 cents per pound means 812600000 the other 125000000 pounds increased 4 cents per pound equal to un Increase of 15000000 Uoth together make time neat little sum of 817500000 which time trusts were charging the producers cf Ken tucky eacn year for claiming timers was a great surplus on hand It is said to boa good thing when Jilts are found on plants to look for lice and spray with kerosene emulsion Rent jf The N K WiOifdco ut Point Licuyfl Ky KVO Jl Ur Klmoru at The liatk Trust Co U2t I For Saie THE EGOTIST either this or elm its that lie lux the law down plump and Slat nothing of the diplomat Its pretty sure about him He hardly credit you with 7o differ howl youre very dense Ho thinks It quite n great offense H you should seam to doubt him No sort of reason will be delta To give that he may make II plain lie cannot help your lack of brain So dont you c t him nettled III declaration h rt and gruff You may Imagine li a bluff enoughThe Ive done nil that woman can Hlnee flnt our married life began To soothe and picas the lordly man Hut oh Id love to lake and bind And K g him and then true my mind Uy giving my opinion Illustrated The Nobility Upton I was surprised you didnt Invite count to dinner during hit stay In the city Mm Do Bwcll I did think of doing to but I was afraid my husband might offend hlml- Mrp Ujwenj Offend wouldnt look well In print RS she hog 8000 buyer tllko as many The riche I have ewes f ale lVE Henry It there a dominionI Mrs that the hunt lr the strangors ask lmimmt for mane r I r I f s nor Grand It a Bead t Foe armmm ire rind tycmziiug ions lIlt ianguago- ojusel when I What Dr Nott stated I can only In tow cornea grow hair on bald head but I can always save what you have and I never failed to restore gray hair to the vigor of youth Time most beautiful face appears plain Indeed If not crowned with of luxuriant hair Ono of the greatest charms of a beatlfql worn an Is her hair no can bo said to be a speclmtii of femln Ino beauty who has thin Kcrag gly hair When of u Delilah we call to mind some fan cluutlng circe long wavy luxu riant tresses UKllIng hair cs well as gray hair the death knell of feminine churm beauty and vigor Q Ban Hair Restorer will make grayhaired people look youthful nnd after It has done Its work no bltrbcr physician or specialist that Us tie work of art ordedication No woman need be a luxu riant head of hair If jrfie can obtain QHan Hair TonicFalling hair It corrects utter one two applications and It Increases strength length and vXt L of time bottles ofJO an Hair Restorer dues not hairs to u youthful color If both tile Restorer Tonic do not arrest falling hair cure dandruff etc that your money will be refund td1f you have used up to the sixth bottle You know your druggist ask him H E Mclloberts recommends and sells these preparatIons If you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can have the tlrst bottle free simply call and ask for it Fur sale at all Drugitlsts MT HKItKUN Miss Minnie Gullev of Lancaster spent last week with Mrs Edd Grow Rev O P Bush of Lancaster preached a very Interesting sermon at this place Sunday mourning Willie Grow wife and little daugh ter Lucy were with Edd Grow and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs A S Dean attend a birthday dinner at Mrs Tilda Blake mans In Jessamine county Sunday II R Montgomery sold to Mr Pope a bunch of cattle at per pound Louis Murphy also deliver a bunch tu same party Pie In Goiton Dust the plcsl Otherwise accord Doston Transcript BAD STOMACH Many In Lancaster are Being Thor oughly Purified by Mon the Guaranteed Cure for indigestIon People of Lancaster who suiTor from dyspepsia and other stomach troubles are KoltitiK tired of taking prepuni tlonscontalnlni pepsin btcatiso pop sin simply digests the food nrllllclally Pepsin relieves It never cures And remember pepsin only animal food It has no effect oi starchy food such potatoes rice broad etc Mlona cleanses and purifies time stomach and bowel und tones up nnd puts energy Into the stomach walls so that they properly mix the food with thn natural digestive juices of the stomach tablets quickly stomach from IU Inaction und In a few lays It is able to do ll work cast and without exertion There will be moro sour stomach fermentation of food dizziness sick headache belch log of IMS or foul breath M o na only costs 60 cents a large box and guaranteed by H K Mo HobortH sea or car sickness vomiting of preunnnoy and atomach sickness resulting from of time night before or money back Cures catarrh or back Just brwttlio It in Oomploto i i J II a VII ll1 wes ak tht mango of wi s can wi out e I hair AllY dru gI ili assert six cliati gray anti that rand 31 u oft digests a MIo ins arouse the to cure dypepsia UmMEl luluWifl 1 I ahead situ vigor that if Ill overindulgence immeludhmig 8AMJ UK UNI UltllAltl JtltOUIT CuttltT H W Cornollus1 Trtittco and OlherH PlalnlllTs VII J 11 Carters Executors suit Others Defeiidnnts of tho raid Circuit Court tendered nt its July SpecinlTcrm July Slot IWU In as iruiuo In buld UKSO lime U day of Uoptotn her luuu iHitwvvii LImo hours of II in nod 2 p this liirnitd Kentucky hell to thu hiKhtstaiKi btht on tumid premises the following real property In Oarrard foliowM First tractor parrel of land lying In cuiiniv on Limo watcm of Copper Creek anti Kali Lick Ufeuk Itbuiiiri convctd tu mo by M UotliMuh of Circuit Court deed dated 1Jih of Decotnher 1UOO which Is of record in Darrnnt County Clerks olllce In ilvvd tiouk pano 111 und bounded lu follows llglnnl u bniken top white oak near Cctli r U or 8 inilts on lime east K iMiLm lirancli it corner to W W Cn heirs now OT Ilig glnbothai with same 8 181 w 1 polih in poplar In a bottom corn ur Kihiiui U Carter thenco with silt Carters Campbells land Nl 74 3 4 nJOJ polos to a whno oak hinmp coinii 7 V 13 Pulls lo whltooak Mcstsidnofu drain at foot of u hill N 02 K 6l to H young plno on ihocaut hldoof nnd near the big road thenco nlong said road x 12 i 16 poles ton on east sldo of said road out corner thenco road N 78 wUl 34 poles to H white i ak si old ciirnor N IB i 25 poles to n chestnut oak on tho point of H rldgbXfrl i poles on the north cnHi hide ir and near n drain H CO K 22 lo n black oak on narrow bench thenco x 47 lo H slake white oak and IMIIII pointer X 6 v 31 ton stake N 40 w 14- poies to II chestnut oak slump N 13 K 40 pnlfs to u slake chcsinuioak point or x 40 w 21 to a oak and smith hickory on north side of and oear u drain on n hill side x 18 w poles to II maple unit stimuli cliesnut on soul It side u brunch corner to- W A Mobcrly thence with iot following exactly ida calls s 71 K 22 poles to it hickory inaplo gum mirth of a white oak also marked 8 771 K 22 poles to n stake diestnul oak and tint found x 42 K 20 poles to a stake N 2 K 15 poKs to II blazed white oak N 73 w CO with old marKcd lines to n staku dogwood marked on thin south east side andI O t N 8 w 22 polos to n down black oak III u hollow s 88 K OS poles to a stake and white oik HI iimp tho west side of big road N 12 w 63 poles to a young on side of road nnd on a stimuli drain thenco leaving the road w U 8 82 f 00 poles to a stake and dietitian ouk pointer near of high point a N w 20 poles to a leaning ash s 35 w U miles to nn nsh s 27 K 112 polos lo u stake 67 w 1 CO poles to a Stake on lull side facing eolith west to a black oak and locust marked about 7 poles from Cedar Lick branch n 32 W 1301 poles to it white oak and hickory on wist side of and near n small drain N 03 w 18 poles to a stake on time hill klilo facing houtli n black oak chestnut oak pointers B 72 w 00 poles to II stake n time lid sassafras pujnlntcr S 2U K 14 poles to a stake to a hUiKuou u hill side fncini last poplar and black oak pointers 8 18 t olrs crossing u III all 40 poles unit yiiuoyclicstntit on a rll u s 78 30 a stake on it hill sIde near time lob lf time hill facing time south 82 Veststrlkloir ii hollow lo a stake on tim south side of n branch below the mouth of a drain coming In from side thence down the brunch s48J poles on north hide of hranch B 40 N 10i poles to a poplar and young clicsttiui oak o n brunch thence leaving branch 8 i 20 poles to an B 6S poles ton Ntako on n narrow rldtfo old chestnut oaks cut down three youiik hckorvs now marked B 88 i dividing rld o Ixjlween Fall Lick and at 7U poles passing uiinn chext nut oaks corn er at 1 7 poles III all 1 75 poles to II chesipnt oak on a ridge corner B 82 K CO poles to a KUIII iind on west sIde of Ce dar Lick branch curlier to W W Cochran heirs now U T Hltwln botham thence down said branch and with said HIpnlnbothaniB 14 K 38 to a Kiim on south cast bank of branch yountf white oak arid uunu hickory marked us pointers 32 K 1 Oil to the beginning contalnluu 285 acresSecond parcel of land lying In Gamut county Ky on waleis of Creek It bnlrnt time same purchased ty us from 0 W Sauehur and wife Is if record In Oar rard county clerks olllco In book page OS and buunded its follows licKliinliiif at at stake In Conways line and corner to J A thence with her line B 43 K M poles n 11 ffltlnir I tllrnn black walnuts us pointers thenco down wild creek 8 27 14 to n stake n crook a prodl marked us a pOesto n Htump thenco 22 poles to a near n pine thence north pine 8 73 w 32 to a yiiinir marKed as pointers N 44 w 09 poles to a III same poltH to the contaliiliiK 60 acres more or less Said Trustee will at the samo time arid plnco tell tho following personal proPerty to wit drilling machine and Its np it beliiK the name purchased by us from tho estate of F M Carter deceased two yoke of work oxen same purchased mo from J II Per kills ono brlndlo white spotted two dark brlndlcs all 1 years tome sorrel horse 10 or 12 years old by mo from F P unt onn chestnut sorrel horse 11 or 12 years old purchased Dv me from Hack hester two 10 or 12 yoarsold ono known ns tho Davis und the other ono known us I hu Hunt llallnrd mule three twohurso fur chased by mo from from J L nnd nek Hester ono purchased by lull from from S U Urutchor ono roan milk cow 6 years old purchased mo from Howard ono roan milk cow 7 old purchased by us from Mark tine and all of limo fixtures thereto now sluliitf on my land purchased by me from Co Tlio mill vvaspurcliael by mo from M Cutter deceased sine stationery holier till of tho tho sawing llxtures It being pur chased by me limo estate of M Carter deceased thn mill Isslttlnu on tIm land of tho said II W Cornell A Buiiloteut amount of said property i i tI vlrlllr tit u Oil emio tilt uiemir UUlelvillu III lIe crllJcll IUllly lenuicky miii wUUllcd I siummu Lime I iit 2 Lie Jilt hr mu IlellCO I ilitti J III Mid hue N L uak 3 K 10 28 It mid hear w 20 poles tu a white oak west I I chestnut II hllllu W I 0 lieu uiui W 22 151 W III Copper reek as II I dogwood tract or 22 to stake reek IlIIarketl W young sycamore pointer S W 32 white oak 4 IIlCk tree stake hickory III line thence N 811111 I I one two J Jl litts and A be Lioiioy holler und saw mill the Smnjitu 1i anti his und Uxturrs thereto imeiuiiiimg saitmo It g IL I11LLSIIIS Will Hi 10 oIl b I miLit r Van iii ml y Sister Cuuti uillasmuliur Umtrraiil i 1mg itt i white I g i M oberhy it drain ill Iii time emst ash t lie lie S sa t a nil oxwavoums and the from will bo soul to pny J II Carters debt Interest nod costs this action then time trustee will Sot to said II W Cornelius what ho Is entitled to in UAuiiiviuiin iiiuii nvw ting mild exemptions ho will sell residue mild property Bnlil dobt cost amounts to 1176000 to ditto of sale Saul sale M t the roul c lnt wilt tin made on credit of o mid 12 tuflntlm nnd Mm pnrclmspr will lin to oxrciitd ivXwitli good security lflspft for money per cent until property will on of 3 the truAtcotawiig ttihlmxall bonds with approved security bearing 0 per emit from tiny of smile until paid Upon either mild bonds execution mar m If nut tmtd nt maturity came having tho furco nnd rnVct a Judgment A linn will be retained till on the land suit personal to sccuro tho payment purchase money J STUiniJK Trustee U II ToiulliVson A M Hmirnrt A not FARMERS COLUMN apace below thli hetitlnirli lor the ticla ui timid li tot of grain such things an tarn the cutinol afford to adrcr Hit No notice will W accepted over lour linn and will two issues o tht UICOID free of charge have A nlca Jersey cow for smile 0 11 Sutton Proachfrsvlllf Ky Wanted CO or 60 head of caltlnycarl Ings or 2 year old steers or heifers to pasture at Octs per mouth Also 00 ton of timothy hay for sale 0 Y Conn have 25 acres of corn to feed down to hogs or mules J T Henry I have several nlco Hacks for sale Tliov are strictly ircod onnn John M Cress Stanford Ky It V D 4 I have 213 good owes from 1 to 0 years old for sale Will tell any I waut to buy Southdown bucks J Wesley Walker C 0 McClure of Paint Lick Ky has 25 stock hogs CO good ewes and 25 yearling cattle sale KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following arc the dates tlxcd for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1009 as far as reported Ofilcers of fairs arc requested to report to us OilY omls or correction of dates TompklntTllle September 1 C days Fern Creek September days lUrdatown September days Hodgcnvlllo September 7 3 days Monticello September 7 I days Glasgow September 8 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September lays September 10 3 days Hedford October Acres August C 0 nod 7 Perry vllle August IS 3 days FINE FAUJl IN UAHKAHD COUNT FOR SALE A floe blue gran farm for tale sItuated on new pike oiar Polut Utrell aud ilx miles Lrcatterconlalulug7ou acre well locttfd good ueUbborhood being part of the John Walker tract with now twoatorr lovenroom reildvuce thereon with all n c arjr outbuilding aud good new barn 40iW Well watered six never falling iprlngi and creek running through TCMMI i cash In hand balance one and two year from day ol tale bearing ilz Intercit until paid Ierioni looking for such placa please write oriee W O WALKKK Stanford Kr PUBLIC SALE of Farm Live Stock Farming Implo On account of change In my ion and myself which U my only reason for telling I will offer ai publlo auction on the Premise on TIIUItHDAV BKPTKHnKIl l at 10 oclock a in may flue bjae grace farm containing VI acre lo be uAeyr d to purchik er located five mllei of Harrodiburg three of Wuglu and two mile Writ of 8bakertownn the Chatham pike ad Joining the LeilnirUiii pike Tbli li one of Ihe due t and stock farms In Kun lucky It the beet watered place III the tluuiruM country every Held on the place being aUnndantlyiUpplled with neverfall i the cultivation ol tobacco hemp corn and wheat Tht farm la equipped for tobacco raising wltb two big barns The stock barn Ii iicoud to none 160 acre are In blue coil the remainder In a hugh of culllta lion The dwulllug conlani eight large roomi largo veranda aud inrrouudvd by all Decenary outbuilding TKItMHi OiH remainder two tb eeaniliour pot cent IntereM payable leuilanuually from VIII lull at and place the follow HlVl d of big mare amiss sixty bekd of cattle i lily bead of lintel Cat He bvildea farming macbln ery binders mowers wagout Plows harness cud many other tblug to unmtroui lo mention TKUMS on pertoual property On all sums of sam aud caib over thai amount four niontba uegotlabli stole without luloreit llurgoo oulbo irouud and plenty of II 1 II Oil ATM AH Harrodiburg Ky Well Drilling lEaving a flrtolnss Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any ilebth Ior further Information write J E HAMMOND I ancastcr Ky i i f for his amid titter r IlL e rlllil iuiterest lUll i fWIII stte lorlllllllll lie sold G1etl I J1r This A AtLy fur Trustee 11 If of our lrDIr subscriber tin sale u be In I I number ur IIi 14 130 Scot tlivllle 12 I south ot lu a blndeom a r I a rlcul rill I lug 1 ho llace and superior for 10 thIrd the Iu with II n lime I JUte wulIlIIIIOII owlet 1 C a Carters to I lie said net i intiim I I lie August25Jj1 I44 sIre stock and Satin only dons days per- Cent me mu tat busIness of laS sail north ably watr gras slat aud one year date of I mu clock two such a Comiiilsstuiiorfl Hiilo or Lund lmnii CIRCUIT Coti HoeU Mallook tIe IlffiX JaIls WiMI i Etc yfictli tlttiisotn Judgment ot Ihe coil Court rendered at li JiihuArm jliM In the above illicit I Commit iloncr I S IT lbS xtncitn time m ainl I m It t lilt fount Coiirlit toll at the COlin llnnio itoor In tancaitc arrarit Counljr Ky lo ilRlif it lildj f lollowlni itucrllx it real rrof rly lying and t lni III Urrard iiinlr ttt and la cotnpotfcl ol Iwo traeli Tract No I li on ihu water ot White tick Creek cud nn the Rontli solo ol the Illohmoiid and Lancatttr liirnplie and la bonniled ai Sot town llrulnnlnc at a take on till South batik of a branch Mack wnlniil and hlokorr roln l ritlinceHNWM chaitii to a take and thorn litiih corner la Julia UcdJIei thence with Mid Weitilele lino H ft K croiilnx a branch ailroOehalni In all SIM rhalna la a a new corner In Hue lo Wm Wcitl thence with laid V if him N 21 K 1 elaIne branch cot KConni thence nllli fd COlin N M W II to atake N 7 K J ehaln to n atone to 11 conn and MllUnl liboniotline chain In none corner loOiborpeHCOnlo slake on theKa t ol al Illchmnnd and Uncailerlnriip nimedlal Into sell rib indliu mMdle ol tame H 40 V8uoehal iMri Sally MeCormlck corneri thence the pike sill t to Ihe be dlnnlniconialnniierenlr four aud one quar ter aorn Tract No I U bounded at In lh UncailrrMl Veruon road one hall H I Weil Irom a which It II Kern utdr lornicrln and K tl Wllmolf sun thence with poles inll lf Tli road and vVU Hake oil the top K lw lei lo the toKlnnltia containing M acre one rood and Uln the tame land couvejed lo Andrew Weddle dec ard on February Jtlli IMa bj deed ol record In Qarrard Countr clerks oRlce Bald two tract ol land will lx told eparate ly the pnr o e ol dl trlhollon ol the rorredi uion Ihe plaintiff dtlendanti at their r ir cilte tight way appear Raid sale will be m iM n a credit ol and 11 month and time r will I reqnlred lo good ircurlir lo lamest r annum Irom date 0011 unlit pall upon which cullun may not paid al nulurllr Ihe lame h tiif its force and effect ol a lads meal Allot will alio be rclaln d the land told time payment ol the money M KOTHWKUU Mailer Comr Oarrard Circuit Court W I William Ally plaintiff This AUK aatti iw f Kn i PUBLIC Two Ho se and Lots 1 will otTer for lo the hlchnt and bed bidder on the prcmliei al our oclock on HATIHPAYHKITKUDFU 1 1109 two and loll fiuatrdln llrrantitlllr Jarrard Couiiljr Kj enl bndmled follows Lot No I South East cor net of 11 H Marrell lot lltice will Mar rtli tine We t to atlnnrythtne e North Is liar roditxirg tt the Id toad lo Ihe line of HmlJi South with old MUflpi lime tro ur owned bjr saId Iblllpi hir corner Ikeixe East with ald line lo the llarrodibnrg fuel thence North lolhe beginnIng lot No On the Writ ide of Ihe turnpIke toed leadIng from Laoraittr lo loitnii stud bounded at follows On the East ij tha old Wetl by time lot of said Thomas C Armilrtug uriOicd to coulalnonetaurthof allure No I tin a good eight residence In repair roof on all other iii llcd with whet clitern alhouio ant well f Urn No 2 has a good II room cott r will althehou e onehilf home cbrcreil tail iprlug fence aRnc one le lrlnK write dertlgntd TKKMBi Onelbmt caih In hand balance In and two year with per clot lulereit full poi iilonglreu onto Icu I with alto tell the following propc rtjr Ou good will work inr where safe for aujrladr to drive i one gdod milk hogs tore good new onlr been u rd t inontln coat oil Hove three burner il k of mllllucrjr all of wllllnerjr will call or write Mn 0 0- llteker llrrtnuvlllr Alto houiehold and kitchen Termi of niroperr All IO and under caililUI hand over that mount a credit of three without lulrred Note mutt be well endorsed ant parable In Iho Hank of Hij niiTlllc Ilrjranliirllle Kentucky Cajil I M Dpnn Auct II 1IOSKII PUBLIC SALE Having told my farm I will tell In the high oil and best bidder at farm ou half mllu North ol Mctre ron the slid Iluck ejru turnpike ou r ml 10 nclock following iKirional 1 Ave year old saddle maroi I good fainll nitre 9 old that has proven to be good mule mare 1 1 nice I Iwo old liorte- t jretrllng hori 1 luokllng a work malt from 7 lo a nood jearllnK nnel with jack toll six old Jenuel In foal I three old Jennet In foali 2 two year old Junnelii 3 jersey Cows and alveitf ntllk 1 dry cows 9 good 1 Jer bull 1 100 barrels of i corn i alto house hold aud kllclien cud farming unite inrnla I oath all ten dollar lh purchaser to give it good surety saId Hole to lie due Jaurtlrrlil la bear Inlireil at Ihe rate of six tier coul per annum from ma lurltj till paid audio be ueKoltablu and pay Co of Len cadet Kentucky J W HIM KILL THE COUCH ira CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings Now Discovery trJtlritN tiolJJCi tit I L 1 Il vi II 1ils lit aster olrs 11 hon of A e r the but I 1 to A lido on of a to II collier t ttiete wilt N fa W O ctiI to a sIde A con r cIAllhlr with Nclotlnlrk II folio t at a leke unit chump a rorur to Fh ur roi It UlP1 I mouth of A I i Up II to a I tour iltigiehoti It for And TERM S bo doa e the Slasher om ioncr for eid Iurcta I bur ig cent ell nItl1 for for ALE f u alle road f lIfe I Itb said I Lei lIIeIIln1I rod on the South I Lot r lID I Irlnrr ttout ILot r II was All lee thtu call on or lb UII II jon 1 Allbe tim and t I S tOO tug A good on to stock seine 11111 of I J lilT WKIINIII Sf1 tlllEit lJIII lt9 time Irolrt I OliO your a lear old 111 are I colts olil I lacks old by I fur 1 f Aim of ten dollar or utiuler over will MO all Uarrar4 hank Trust WITH lion wili oil hiOlAY SOIl 5 situ the young stat tel the South sIde lie sit dial Oaiqre sail s2aj let ke Iii log salil S 1 lirglnning lob huickoy veT cud lent lheit kill A inNpolo kyle Maul sale made sure scuhe wilt money C er elf porch pal hone lleglminig said line to iaIie roal apI good met Ietssary buIlding 4- to ttomees S salue j hone cow surrey hare new Any dr ring ccv title tits tIm per sum iths Let 51cr ti S year old fatally horsei haute year S year I t good dyear lmr side I year year cow ioil yrajhing steer soy thin TKitfli stile at tim ti i- S FOR c8 Br PRIOR oa Battle rrTrial f 1 I ANDALLTHNOATANDLUNQTIOURLES tjtool I- ciesnrusc