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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURK HKM010Nt UNTARMaUKD DEMOCHACY AND GOOD UOVKllNmMT tWMXTIMTll LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 woo l I Y rrA J i r I H c t rvxaxm ire WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS j t m1J I j I C j Etc 1 i J J i l 1 xtd3xS3t 1i J s r Roy 0 Hush will begin a pro tract il meeting at Huckoyo on Kiln day next Ho will have able assist ance Tho Young Ladles Circle of tho Christian church refresh ments on the day of tho Fall openings Tho exact date will bo announced In the RKCUIIU later Wo are glad to learn that our friend Prof IS F Evans has a splendid school near Wallaceton and being an experienced teacher wo guarantee that ho will give valuo received Site of Qoode J M Meadows has sold gra pery stock on Depot street to a coun try merchant living on Danvlllo plko Mr and Mrs Meadows will remain In Lancaster on account of tho line school advantages for their sons Canning Factory Josh Daniels Is conducting nn np canning factory near tho Water Works In which he has canned qulto a lot of tomatoes and fruit This Is n profitable business and ho will doubtless receive the support and encouragement of tho public Whitaker Mr Whitaker whoso homo WM In a few miles of town on Danvlllo plko died on Friday after a lingering III ness of tuberculosis Tho Interment was on Saturday at Buckeye Tho do ceased survived by his wife and two children This makes tlm fourth death In tho relationship In less than six months Kltchn Shower On last Friday night a Kitchen Shower was given to Mr and Mrs Nichols by Womans Sunday School class and the Young Ladles Circle of which shb Is a member Tho ladles wers Joined by their hus bands which made a Jolly crowd as they marched from the square to tho home with I ho music of kitchen uten sils and bells After the crowd In the games kitchen turn turo and other similar amusements refreshments woro served Two More Land Hughes Swlnebroad our real men report that they havo just sold for George A John M Eager their farm of 70 acres on the Lexing ton pike 4 miles from Lancaster and for Thomas Kuhlman his farm of 102 acres adjoining tho Eager land Tin sale was mado by them to Jas I Hamilton Price private It looks like If any ono wants to sell a farm all that Is necessary Is to let Hughes Si Swlnebroad list It o 1 iJi will sorvo out hlA I I r estate ii to date Missionary Indulged Sale k School Shoes For Girls and Boys BEST On The MARKET ifl School SUITS for Boys- The Famous Perfection Brand None better and few as good Suits from 200 to 650 t H T LOGAN f i I I 1 I t jIl f- tit r f i f c r tITuuIuuIuuuIIuuIuIuuIliIt i hrI jr i 1 t c a 1 x a I t a- F Pool Or Not Pool That l Tho Question A largo and appreciative audience greeted IJradloy and Mr Lo Ilus at tho courthouse Monday and moro Interest was manifested pool Ing tobacco than was expected The principal arguments advanced In fa vor of tho pool were 1 Tho pool has succeeded contrary to tho predictions of the wlso ones 2 Tho trust can Ux the price on Hurley tobacco unless It Is pooled 3 The farmers in the pools of 1006 and 1007 got 13000000 moro for their tobacco than tho same amount of to bacco brought out of the pool 4 The trust made 114000000 clear prollt last year and that Is more than they paid for tho tobacco Tho farmer IN entitled to a larger share of the profits 6 If the farmers pool they can price their tobacco If they do not pool tho trust fixes the price 0 Tho Increased price of tobacco has caused an Increased price In land Young men have bought homes at u high price expecting to pay for them at tho present price of tobacco If tho pool falls and tho price of tobacco drops the price of land will go down also and will cause great loss to many hard working deserving young men After tho speaking 8 or ten men representing about 60 acres of tobacco pooled their crops Of course this Is a small per cent of the crop and there aro many who now oppose the pool yet tho promoters believe that when tho proposition Is fully understood a majority of the growers will pool their tobacco It Is generally believed that the principle of tho pool Is right and that we are under obligations to those who pooled elsewhere and mado the price of our tobacco higher than It over was but there are many who be hove that It is costing too much to maintain this pool and they further claim that a sure means to advance money to tenants and growers of limited funds would be absolutely necessary It Is profound question end wo hope that It will be settled so as to Insure the greatest good to the county Dunn Orroll Miss Ethel Dunn daughter of the late Benjamin Dunn and Mr Ray Orrel of White City Florida were married Wednesday at 830 a m at the hand some country residence of Mr and Mrs W A Price Elder F M Tinder performed the ceremony Only the Immediate relatives and a few Intimate friends wero present The bride was attired In a Incoming blue tailored suit and hat to match and loookcd handsome for tho all and auspicious occasion Miss Irene Romans and Mr John Dunn served attendants and utter the ceremony an elaborate bridal breakfast was given by the brides mother Mrs W A Price Tho groom Is an enterprising young Florldati and tho cultivator of an orango grove and with such an In dustrlous wife and helpmeet as his Kentucky bride has a nattering pros pect of success and happiness School Opening Tho Lancaster School opened Mon day morning with great promise of a good years work Devotional exer cises wero conducted by Rev F M Tinder Supt Bridges followed In a talk on the value and purpose of an education In which he showed that tho times demand more from year to year Ho said that an education meant for tho young man greater learning capacity a better place In so ciety and Increased power of enjoy ment of tho best In tho world was put upon tho necessity of first looking to the physical welfare of the child the Ideal being a perfect body in which the well trained mind may dwell Mr S D Cochran as too spokesman for tho School Board congratulated the patrons on tho strong faculty of teachers which tho school has corn mending their work for the past two years and expressing his contldcnco In the continued Improvement of tho school under tho ten months school yearIn an earnest talk Mr 0 1 Swine broad urged tho cooperation of with teachers Miss Lillian Sanford the new teacher of time fourth and ilfth grades ack nowledged her Introduction with a speech and made a favorable Impression on largo number of patrons friends and former students were present Her Vocation She haa looks youth money and little trace of tho maternal instinct she born to bo a widow From An Adventure In Exile by Richard Putty Poetmaetera Trouble Positively no letter will bo deliver ed until received If you dont get your letter or paper tho day you ex pect have tho postmaster look through all tho boxes and tho collar also It ought to bo there somewhere and ho likes to do It Just to please you If your friends dont write muss tho postmaster ho Is to blame If ho tolls you there Is no mall for you put on a grieved expression nnd say There ought to bo some He is probably hiding your null for tho pleasure of having call for It sIx or seven times a and after freight and handcar Auk him to look Ashlund Commercial I Emphasis patrons present- A was It yoU Important The twelve yearold son of Mr Wm Hland died Tuesday after an Illness of several weeks duo to typhoid fever Hotel Stock Thoso who hava s genial hotiil mus tear at oiliowfil collect QXTer cent which first payment on said stuck Notice Application mado to tho Hoard lit 8lorj ni ror the on tho ground of III health U102t Robt Uurnsldo Important- A convention of Central Kentucky Commercial Clubs will be held In Lex ington on September 16 and 17 for the purpose of cementing tho lunar the people of this section As Gurrard Is foremost In agricultural Interests wo should not neglect this opportunity to ho brought In contact with other counties for tho purpose of Inviting capital and new blood our community Having no organ ized club lot us at least send a strong delegation to Lexington Close Of Institute Wo are Indebted to Miss Lucrctta Skinner secretary for notes on the Institute from which we condense the following On Thursday Prof Bridges gave a splendid talk on Geography In which ho advised teaching by topics and litter learning homo geography to branch out to Europe seo how wo are connected with them compare our physical features climate and homes with theirs Miss Patrldge then took up saying that cverytlmo you think a new thought a path has to bo cut through your brain and emotion tends to fix an Impression She claims that a child should not be corrected In public sail mado many other suggestions from which the teachers received much benefit Prof Rawllngs said that Miss Pat rldgo found her doctrine In the bible where tho command Is given to go preach tho gospel He said It takes a very tactful person to be able to crlt Iclso and correct anotbers faults just as It takes a master hand to use the text books that wero made by master hands Ho gave some very helpful methods and devices to be used In the teaching of history Miss Patrldgo lave methods by which she prevents whispering In the school room Rev C C Brown gave a splendid discourse on tho moral side of man Prof Rawllngs paid a beautiful tribute to women Ho said that teaching a child to discover thought education Friday Mr Rootho gave some methods of teaching history and same Interesting facts In nection with dates Discipline was then discussed at length then follow ed farewell and appreciative words from Prof Bridges Miss Wheeler Miss Patndgo and Mr Evans who paid quite a tribute to the CENTRAL RECOUU as an factor Time resolutions read by Prof O IS Fallls RESOLUTIONS In appreciation of many cour testes and benefits received by the members of County Instl fete of Boyle attend counties wo as members to express our gratitude for tho same by the follow Ing resolutions 1 Resolved that special heartfelt thanks be extended to the citizens of tile city of Lancaster for tho exceeding hospitality and magnificent enter talnmetit we have received In the homes of the city and especially to Mrs Dr Klnnalrd and the other men bers of tho Womans Chub for tbo reception of Tuesday evening 2 Resolved that appreciation bo extended to tho Board of Trustees of tho Graded tbo privilege of holding tho In tbo chapel of tho City School bidding 3 Resolved that wo heartily and duly appreciate tho many made by our worthy Instructors Miss Leila E Pat rldgo W Bridges and W Rawllngs 4 Resolved that a special vote of thanks be extended to Mlles Wheeler Prof S HNIcholl Brown Prof Uooth and others who have helped to Institute success 5 Resolved that wo recommend that tho next General Assembly pass such a law that will not cause the teachers attending lio State Normal or other prof schools for teach ors for at least four weeks during the summer to be to leave Limo samo to attend uio county Institute and that sumo credit be gluon for such attendance 0 we favor the Joint County Institute and heartily recom mend tho nuance of the same 7 we tho teachers of lloylo counties express our tuanksib limo Superintendents of our counties namely to lion J W Rawllnge of lioyle and Miss Jennie Hlgglns of Qauard for their great Interest In our school work their excellent supervision of the public schools their untiring f forts In explaining to us tho new school law and in making thU nstl tuto successful and enjoyable I3o IliU Will Ilumbe lifOctnbcr i oats or Into related educational t 6 th a d Ito Instl t3 endorse Ions Supt J RovO 0 CUB oiled ltebolyd that and mrrard respect 0 t11o ng it to It Im will u the will o Comm l language valuable s con Jolt admirable d o Scboofor hooka our can MR FARMER Look over our line of MOGUL FARM WAGONS J011Ut1ot I utataa vhariaawta tavC t- tiJ e You will see something new in FARM WAGONS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until You get my prices on U II i HASELDEN BROS f I Ittt tt ZZ lIItIA Old Hi6koru J i j F t7it Li Zti11itmYY1YLlYYMI M I1Y W1aM0W WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the W J RomansLancaster Kentucky l markets t u D c- On Monday afternoon September 6 tho Mary Walker Price Chapter U D met at tho homo of Mrs F 1 Frls bio and held service In memory of Mrs Elizabeth Leaven Doty a member and oftlcer cf the local chapter since Its organization In whose death on July 31 the body suffered aa Irrep arable loss After reading the Ritual and prayer the President Mrs M P Frlsble gave brief talk stating tho purpose of tho meeting and paying high tribute to the virtues of the deceased DaughterMrs P Frlsblo read two poems ono entitled Death tho other Gone after which Mrs I F tho historian read a sketch of tho lIfo of Mrs Doty closing with a merited eulogy to her Christian char actor as daughter wife mother not omitting her loyalty to the cause she believed was right and her faithful etllclant service as a Daughter of Limo ConfederacyMrs Farra then made a touching prayer In which sho pleaded for divine compassion upon tho be reavod family and for a continuance of tho Inlluence of her gentle ministry In our midst In her absence the Treasurer Mrs Time program was closed with the reading of that beautiful comforting poem Lot pot your hearts bo troub by Mrs E After a committee on resolutions was named and some urgent business attended to time body was dismissed Hudson byMrs led 0 with the Mlzpaim What would you bo willing to give man or woman If you know how to change your gray hairs to the color of youth and If you are a woman to In crease tho length and vigor and glossy texture of your hair to an extent what you ardently crave but have hitherto as your wildest dreams never thought attainable John Rlrkholz Omaha City says I used Hair Restorer two weeks tho gray hairs I had havo reassumed their natural color sL- ucela Mys Two applicatlot of Tonlo stopped mi and cured completely an rise itching of the scalp and removed all dandrull from which I for years We havo those testimonials on the In our olllco signed as above QDan Hair Restorer and Hair Tonic pro not Idlo dreams they do tho work If six bottles of Hair Restoror and It only requires for tho most obdurate has ever been treated back gray hairs to natural color of by tho of whom you by tho preparation You know your druggist ask him Every gentlewoman wellbred and wellgroomed man should uso tho QUan Hair Tonlo It will save what hair you have will keep tho scalp In healthy condition and will Increase the vigor length still glossiness of tho hair To the needy It Is a necessity to tho 1 or gentleman a unto habit Ask your druggist J J l II i this city QU Hair halrcol fill out It ha sl c hat full ring your 0 JOu onoy will be refunded tlr gist every Q Ban ti Mason suffered v Q Ban Q Ban youth r gentlewoman I CENTRAL EEC011D1KS- UBD VKKKLY ttOOA YKAil F 8 HUGHES EdrPubr tiritiallttr itOti In tntntltr o MitilClaM Man Vrtln Member Ky Pfess Association nd Eighth District Publishers League Lnncnttor Ky Septembor 10 1900 flatet For Iolltlenl Announcements For Precinct nml City Ofllccs 1 fiO- OForUnunty Oillccs 1000 Fir State end District Ofllccs 1SOO Fur Gulls per lino 10 For Cards por lino 10 For all publications the of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries par line 05 f H U Interest sa Yw 1 6 t w 1 Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M 0 Saiilloy For Cumraonwciillli Attorney Clins A llardln For Sato Senator It L Hubble For Representative Bugle For Circuit Clerk W H Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sherltr Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nie Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To tho Republican party of Garrard county urn nomi nee for County Attorney and will ap preciate your support I D We appreciate tho comps sent us bv Secretary Newman of the State Fair which Is to bo held In Louisville Sept 13th to 18lh The Kentucky Stalu Journal served the news of the fight between the soldiers and citizens at Frankfurt while It was hot A trivial quarrel resulted in the death of two and wounding several Senator Bob Taylor of Tennessee declares that Senator Culbertson of Texas Is the logical Democratic nom inee for Piesldent in 1012 and that the keynote of the platform should be Tariff for Revenue Only And now Commander Peary flashes to the world that ho discovered the North Pole April Oth 1000 while Cooks discovery was made April 21st 1008 which makes Cook the real hero J O II i I R Assessor i i 1 M UiQjIlKcovcry could tuft lave been rondo but once However they Mil both American mid It Is a national pndo In which wo nil Indulge A hill to bo submitted to tho Mis souri legislature provides that a cit Izeu shall bo entitled to ono voto fur every child burn In his family A good law The Democrats will win If It becomes u law In Kentucky September 10 has been designated us Kentucky Day Press Day and Uoud lloads Day at tho Kentucky State Fair This combination will likely draw n largo crowd as tho IrLH and good roads mewl much tho prosperity and development of tho Slate Tho housefly once supposed to scavanger of the air IH now known as the typhoid fly Thuro Is ho room for doubt that files kill a much greater number of human beluga than all of tho beasts of prey with all of the poisonous serpents added They spread diseases which slay their while lingo and powerful brutes kill single victims Editor Hurry Sommurs of the Ellz abelhtown News some tlmo ago In tact his friends were so alarmed that n doctor was called In Tho doctor made 11 hasty cxamlna lion Iud finally taking hold of liar remarked slowly Poor fel low circulation must gone up lu bed Harry shouted Youre The News has tho largest circulation In Kentucky and I can prove It Richmond Climax At the Democratic barbecue at Louisville Senator McCreary and Congressman Harvey Helm wade el oquent appeals for harmony In tho Democratic party throughout the State and tho destruction of warring factlonr Their advice should be heeded everywhere and no Issue not adopted by the party should lead Democrats to violate their solemn ob ligation to support the party nomi nees Every vote It any that goes astray Is a vote for the Republican party and that party Is sure to Its nominees Tho whole world id moved by tho daring feat of Dr F A Cook In his expedition to the North Polo scientists plebeian and patrician all join In offering congratulations but our nation Is overflowing with Joy because he is one of that which has been attempted by other nations fur centuries past About 30000 square miles have been added to our dominions by right of discovery and while It will not ralso hemp corn or tobacco wo have the proud satisfaction of knowing that the stars and stripes wave there arid we have a corner on Ice A dispatch from Ilarrodsuurg an nounces that a mass convention of Republicans put out a full ticket for the ofllces of Mercer county and In dorsed lion William Herndon of this city for Circuit Judge of this District ho being present and addressing the convention announced his candidacy for the nomination He Is well known haying been a practicing attorney for many years and having been Commonwealth At k boa hundreds was quite ill rys pulse adII Marl support usand accomplished 5o41t1rMir toward Jump- Ing Royalty HERE Money for You tJI1ItfWVtIMN Banks Pay Ihter st on all You Save We Pay on all You Spend Patronize your local dealer Ott the concessions that are rightfully yours Take advantage of the stamps offered by your neighboring merchants and save As you aro awaro by depositing your money In a bank for a year you receive 3 per cent Interest By saving the Gold Trad log Stamp you will be drawing nn Interest of 3 per cent and over on money that you have already spent this Interest being col lectable whenever you have one of our little books tilled with stamps However In order to obtain this you will necessarily have to trade at the stores that give this valuable stamp Uy confining your purchases to these stores It takes but a short time to fill a book Remember Merchants want you to auk for Gold Stamps and will gladly give you one stamp for every loots represented In your purchase If you will only ask for It hear In mind these mer chants make nu advance In the prices of their goods but on tho contrary tho Increase of trade secured them by this plan will enable them to soil lower than the A call will convince you a any of those stores H T Logan I and Shoes The Joseph ercantile Co Dry Notions R E Druggist Mrs Ada Millinery M K Denny Dentist- J P Prather Fresh and Cured Meats Staple Fancy Groceries W M Bong Meat Cutter Samples of premiums ciJi be seen at Joseph Mercantile Gos store Call at any mentioned and secure a book con taming 1100 worth of GwStamp Free Hcgln to save thorn Trading Stamps have a value and are good forever Inte t I Gold Trading Stumps I r to eat Cia ing and Mc erts naird So an star at vu pow Gold i God MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Building IOUI8VIWW KKNTUCKY 5 lornoy for old Judicial District In which It was possible to elect n lie publican limit tho linen have been changed and tho conditions are not itt nil fnvurnulo to ono of political persuasion and It certainly shows poor judgment lu enter tho race utter tho Democratic entry line reached tho homo stretch Time attempt was certainly nmtlo for tho sake of keeping up party organization or time Captain IHNBOUIO poor advisors who nro prom ising moro until they can deliVer and who are wllllnn to violate party ob ligutlons on account of sumo personal fouling Judgo Sunday will win by n Imntlsomo majority Go With A Rush Tho demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver end Kidney cure lrKings New Lifo Tills IH astounding U E never saw tho like Its because tney never fall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c im MT HEUltON Mt Hebron Sunday school nave a picnic at nix lllvor near Kennedys mill Saturday Quito a number at tended and all report n nice time Mr Kdd Grow bought of L Grow a mule colt prlco WO Mrs Henry Montgomery gave a birthday mummer Thursday celebrating her mother Mrs Mary A Sanders 55th and her Mrs Lucy Montgomerys anniversaries Quite a crowd of relatives were pres emit and a most bountiful dinner was servedMr and Mrs Sam Duncan aro with relatives at High Bridge and Lexing tonMr William Logan and wlfo of De catur 111 spent a part of last week with Mr and Mrs Edd Grow Mr G A Uruco Is with relatives In Mercer county Hopplty Hop Are you just barely getting around by the aid of crutches or a cane Uu less you have lost a limb or have a do fortuity If your trouble Is rheuma tism lumbago sprain stilt joints or anything of like nature uso Ballards Snow Liniment and In no time you can throw away your crutches and well as anyone Price 25c 60c and 8100 Sold by R E McRoberts 1m MAIUuSHUHV Mr Henslcy of Lower Garrard sold his farm recently purchased from Mr KingRobert Collier sold 150 fat hogs 1750 per cwt to some parties In county Miss Margaret Robinson of Garrard was visiting Mrs Cunlngham last week Miss Susan Suttonand Mrs Lane spent Thursday at the homo Mr Daniels near Lancaster- A centennial rally will bo held Pleasant Grove church next afternoon at 3 oclock Good address es from speakers of ability will bo de livered to honor tho occasion Every body Is Invited to come The Ladles Working Society meet with Miss Eugenia Pollard ThursdayMr Eager has sold his farm Mr J I Hamilton of Lancaster Mr Eager together with his brother Mr George Eager will leave In a time for the west where they will make their future home During their short stay In the community they made many friends whojregret to see them leave Mrs William Clark of Jessamine county has returned home after a visit to Mr Robert Clark aud family Miss Nora OHearno Is at home again after a visit to friends In Rich mondMr and Mrs John Woods attended the funeral of Mr Dodd Pope of Doyle Sunday afternoon Mr Robert Rout who has recently gone Into the merchandise business at this place has just opened UD a line of new goods Rev and Mrs Shouse and Miss Lula Simpson have returned from where they have been visiting relativesMr of Virginia Is vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs Wil liam Toggle Miss Susan Allle Dunn began a school at her home near Uryants vllle Sept 1st WANTED Poultry and Eggs Highest prioo paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hone Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber J 1Q IIL ll the his McnolierU says lie W j j t it boas TUKllle Select 1 mother hi law Clar u a Lexington IL BsNortllcott1 ENTRIES AND EXHIDIT8 Exhibition find Cliiilflcatlon of the Kentucky State Fair Entries and exhibits ot all livestock departments except for horses mules and jack stock will ctoio Monday Sept flth at 81 00 p in and nil other department prior to Friday Sept 10 Entries of horses mules and Jack stock will positively nt 12 oclock boon tho day boforo ho exhibition There wilt bo a printed program of tho entries of horses Jack stock nnd cat tlo together with Uio nnmo of tho owner nnmo nnd color of tho animal number of tho entry which mull correspond with the number worn by tho person In charge of tin animal It Is absolutely essential thnt thla tutor matron accompany the entry which must be filed with secretary before tho closing dato Exhibits must bo placed by 0 oclock Monday morning Sept 13th and nil exhibitors will bo 10 notified There nre 1400 different rings In which are offered and there It a total of over 800 Iota The horse cluiincntlon Is subdlvld ed Into classes suitable for light har ness saddlohorses combined harnoai and ed horses American cnrrlnno horses comblnaUon horses plantation saddlehorses high stepping nnd runabout clanses Shot Innd ponies nnd fine horses Good premiums Ire given for both mules and jack stock In tho beef cattle department Short horns Horcforda IoUl Durhnms Aberdeen Angus and ted Polls aro given most liberal ckuislflcattona In tho Dairy Cattle Jerseys IIolstclnFrloslana OucmBoys and Aynhlrcs are regbfrnlzod Tho swIne department Ilorkshlrcs To land Chinas Liroo Jerseys Chester Hampahlres and Yorkshires tho prtzos arp ffcred for tbo following brood y6hropshlrcA fioiithdowns Oxfords Dots sots American Merinos Dolalno Mo rlnos nnmboulIleU Llncolns Cheviots and also n class for Angora goats Tho poultry department covers cr cry known standard variety Tho same Is true of tho pigeon department the prize money for theso departments being much larger than last year Tho department for vegetables and melons field seed and grain tobacco con thins classes for almost every product grown on the farm In horticulture there are over 700 prizes offered for apples peaches pears grapes nnd mis cellaneous fruits Plants and flowery ono of tho most beautiful and attrac tive exhibits of tho Stato Fair will bo well taken care of thtt year and will bo placed alongside of tho womens department In Jio department Is there a more InterctUng collection of premiums than In that sot aside for womans work childrens work and tablo luxuries FINE DAIRY STOCK HUtelnFrletlans at the Kentucky State Fair Tho HolstclnPrlcslan has long been known to Kentuckians as a groat milk producer but there has been no con certed action among tho breeders of this dairy cow In Kentucky Tho that tho throe hospitals for the Insane and the state Institute at Frankfort have decided to uso this brood altogether In their dairies re quiring etx or seven hundred cows Is a great stimulus to tho brood In Ken tucky The 350 donated o the Kentucky State Fair by Association Is In measure duo to Stanley Mllwara a member of the board of thcse Institutions and a on tho part of the Association of the valuo such would be to this breed of In the state Tho asy lums will on exhibition at tho Kentucky Sfato Fair some of tho best specimens ot tho black and white dairy cows to bo found In tho country Students Judging Contest Commissioner M C Rankin has of forod two sots of prizes for former boys In this state and for the students In tho Agricultural College Tho amount for farmer boys Is 100 to bo awarded to tho young man who makos tho largest score In judging livestock at tho Stato Fair This money to bo used as scholarship to the Agricultural Department of the State University tho contestant to bo to file written opinion with reasons thoro for on horseacattlo swine and sheep exhibits The prize for students judg ing contest amounts to 50 to be Into 30 16 10 and r Com petition will bo limited to students In tho Stato University It Is the puts pose of tho commissioner la offering these specials to educate tho young men of tho state In livestock judging Tho requirements era Quito liberal end thero Is no reason why any bright young man In tho state should not on tor Uio contest Tho Loulavlllo public schools will for the first tlmo have an exhibit of tho work dono In the various grades upon tho State Fair grounds this year during tho week of Sept 1318 Tho Kentucky Stato Fair Is getting to bo moro and more an educational Institu lion and It Is hoped before many years to have a groat display of the work dono In tho various schools of commonwealth t For catalog entry blank or other Ixjulsvlllo Ky The Road a Success has many but none so desperate as Success to day but Kleotrlo Hitters Is the tfrcateat health builder tho world has over known It com pets perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and ones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain tholr use You cant altord to slight Electric Hitters If rundown or sickly Only cog Guaranteed by R E MoUuborts 1m t trt r v end the roadsters I D rtment la des Whites Tam orths n J fact the olstclnrle lon ont control or recognlt JlolstelnFrles s move cat o t vo the information write J V Newman 320 Paul Building oll tr lions p health demands Icalth tallow weak rrrw dome ave galted ave gait three gaited saddlo horace sbeop department and ftobio minded required div- Ided Secretary ohms ft fif Believing that of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens National i Insurance Company J Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each First week August 2 10696000 Total Second week August 9 200240oo VTotal Third week August 16 34500000J otal Fourth week August 23 46946090Total Fifth week August 30 v v 60170000 Total Sixth week September 6 73822000IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W II GREGORY Tun CKNTKAI RKCORD- LOUISVIUH KY Lancaster Ky me full Information as to tho CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY c JoJV r I r t i 3 f w C i lliflt f 1 week lr r ij j t I t lh le Rend Nu1 0- AlIUJUsS f1 J th h the r p i i et I s w s r a S S e s n rt A Burglar In Town his came Is bad cough Ho doesnt care for gold or sliver but ho will steal your health away It ho ap pears In your house arrest him at once with HaJlards Horehound SyruPr It may mean consumption If you dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troubles Price 25c60oand 1100 por bottlo Sold by U K McRoberts 1m WJCKKVI Miss May Ilroaddus was a recent vis itor In Paris Mrs PcrmoKa Hogle Is quite 111 of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs It I Burton wore vU Itors In Richmond Monday AO Miles and Hubert Carter were visitors In Lexington Monday- A C Mlles daughter Ag nes attended the Nlcholasvlllo Fair ThursdayMaymo and Edd Dickerson visited their cousins Harry Ranoy of Loyd last week Mrs Mal Carter and children visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs Jim Pra titer of Lancaster Friday Mrs J M DIckorson and sun Ed were guests of Mrs H 0 Potts of Richmond Monday and Tuesday Wo ore glad to ceo our merchant Mr Ilroaddus out aitalu after being confined tohlH room a few days last weekMisses Jennie DIckerson and Ruth Ray two of Qarrard appointees loft Monday to 6nter Tlio State Nominal School at Richmond Tuesday Have You A Baby Then watch It closely And above all things dont let It eullor for any length of time with worms that la fatal If Its complexion gets yellow and pasty It It Is listless cross or peevish nets thin suffers with Hutu lenco give It Whites Cream Vomit lugs Tug only euro that never fails und has no bad etleots Sold by R E MoRoberts Jw L wlto and Lyda and i 1S J m A BEAZLEYI UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity oa Oeurlile Enballnfsg- ONae Slroer FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND IIUIIIAL HOMES ALWAYS IN STOCK 200 ROUND TRIP TO LOUISVILLE SUNDAY SE T 19th Louisville and Nawille Rail Road IAL TRAIN Loaves Lancaster at 7OG a m arrives at Louis villo 104G Loaves Louisville 0 p m returning BASE BALL QMkE Louisville vs Minneapolis TWO EJS Beautiful Parka aid Rtye Rides G M PATTERSON Xgt L N R R L 1 p ir t J S rr r t e 1 S The COMINO HARROW jJ rritl JIfrillll l1 I Iii L CLARKS DOUBLE DISC CUTAWAY It does better work at one half the expense as the old style Harrows COME IN AND SEE IT Hoosier Wheat Drills botlf one and two horse Oliver Plows Studebaker WagonS Majestic Ranges Moors and Clarks g Heaters m J E Mount Co I IIJ i a I r w r 1tt11I J IVALKBIiPrceldent J S JoINoHVlco ORGANIZED IMj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot tANOABTItR KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O RidNicr AMtCMur 0 D WALKsn Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson D F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbbn Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORiOHA- TEDLnnoaMter Ky Capital Stock 5000000 UE McROBKRTS Prest J C Kubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W KLMORU Cashier DA Tin tin AsVt Cashier R L Ulkln BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank tH ii I I i i i I rrI I lfj II r 4 t 1 i f V 6BIG DAYS S NIGHTS 3000055PREMIUMS IN HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME WHSR DAILY RACES AND IllS BAND FREE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE ON THE PASS 25 Here the tines lire dock and lhe products ere assembled frUnd meets Mead inurnment li combined rala or iblno nlf bl In Ihi and moil Lire Slock Nrlllon la ibis world Million VM 3 LOW RAILROAD RATES loft INFOIUf ATZOHCATAlOCUEtNTIVr BLANKS ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jonoo JUde Loulavllle Ky I 0 I ATTRACTI01 FIRE SHO S est rill It roe cent Quyrter cI a OHE w day end liars y We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO htisnt boon opon regular some tuna but will bo oponod every Saturday Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO r L 4liJ now oJ L rf r3 4k fort tx 3 w k en Qf o tQ if aL Q 0 Q w r Xi 0 QG iti lNtJ 0 THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A H DBNNY Puld t- Jl STOUUISVUiPfMl 8 C DBNNY J F Uoblnson R T Hookkeeper PHIKOTOU- 8Suml J Oochran B Denny A 0 Robinson John J titorraei 8 0 Denny J I Oil Cull AIII Ales W I William lsr Enmity w o cN o 5nN Gossip About People Nev A Mil Mention of Coming Mm Joe 1axton visited her hero this week Mm Milton Wnrtl Is visiting tlvculn Virginia MM J It Mount Is visiting rol tlvcsln LaGrange Mlw Hlrdlo McClure was a visItor In Stanford Monday Mr John MaOce of Danville was visitor In Lancaster Monday Mrs James Dunn of Danville wa with relatives hero this week Mr J D Walker of Richmond I tho guest of Mrs W 0 Illyncy John McRobcrtSils at homo from visit to relatives In Hopklnsvlllc Mrs Ed Irlco and N 1 Prlco with Danville relatives last week Ml s Helen Patterson Hcrea vis Itlnc her aunt Mrs Iva McLaren Miss Emma Do Jarnett of Is visiting Mrs J S Johnson Mrs Anna Singleton and family are with Mrs J I Hamilton this week Mr Wm Hlatt of Winchester Is with Lila mother Mrs Rebecca West James Pearce attended the Demo cratlo Barbecue In Louisville last weekMiss Amo Hammond of Oynthlana Is hero with her cousin Miss Fannie Tinder Miss Rella Arnold Is In Crab Or chard visiting Mrs Collier and other friends Hallow of Richmond js guest of her aunts tho Misses Francis Miss Uerta Jean Penny of Stanford tho guest of the Misses Mount hls week Capt T A Elkln Miss Sallie Elkin J E Stormcs aro In Louisville week Mrs John E Stormcs and Miss Nor ma Elmoro were visitors In Danville SaturdayMrs Yantis ond daughter ttlss Alllc were visitors In Danville SaturdayMr E Walker of Jolllco Tcnn isRce Is with friends and relatives this Mrs John Arnold of Florida Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Samuel Johnston Miss Ellen Ballou of Stanford has recently with her brother II M lallou and family Senator W O Bradley of Louis rlllo was entertained Saturday by his friend W T West Mrs Emma KaufTman Is In with her brother Mr John Jrcenleaf and family Mesdames J II Lano and J W Lane of lluena Vista visited Mrs J Hamilton last week O II Ward of Virginia has re home after a visit to his son illlton Ward of this city Misses Helen Gulley and Laura Dunn are guests of thelrgrand parents Ir and Mr J D Gulley Rev O P Bush began a protracted meeting at Buckeye on Sunday night lo will have able assistance Mrs Wm Burnett and little Casslo May have returned from a visit to Shelbyvlllo friends Miss Sue Shelby Mason Is at home after a visit to her sister Roy Hoynes of Hlllsboro Ohio Misses Lucy and Tommlo Francis and Edna Kavanaugh visited Mrs Ilunley In Danvlllo last Saturday On Thursday Elder F M Tinder united In marriage J L Naylor and Mrs Mattte Land of Lower Qarrard Mrs Sarah 0 Hurt and Miss Katie have returned after several seeks visit at Crab Orchard Springs Robinson has gone to Colum us Georgia where ho spend tho months In buying and solllnir lock Mesdames H C Jennings and W 1 Vllllams and Children aro at homo rum recuperative stay at Dripping prings J S and Son E T of Louis lllo spent several days last week with J S Johnson Jr and B W 1 rimes Miss Ira McLaren and children havo returned to their homo In Bores nf era visit to Mr and Mrs George M Patterson Misses Edna Kavanaugh and Alma will leave September 20th to upon a scholastic year at Yard omlimry Nashville Tenn Miss of Louisville will this week and have charge of lie trimming department at Mrs Klnnalrds Millinery store Mrs Wm Collier and little daugh jr Mary Johnston Collier of Fork Hdgo Tenn are guests of Mr and Irs J B Collier and other relatives MUa Fannlo Tinder entertained soy ral couples at her beautiful country Monday night In honor of Miss uo Anna Lear and Mr Dan 0 Elkin Little Miss Christine Saunders Is at from a visit to her aunt Mrs Burke of Silver Creek Whllu Hero she had an enjoyable ride to Lbthe end OolnAs by Those Wt In paront rein n were lain Richmond I Miss Edna the was and this here weeks hero been turned c Airs Guy Davis J Y will winter Minor Dawson enter Ada Spllta arrive I Ida I home homo Nora I I Art Richmond L daughter Lfxlngtoti in autoffioMto MM J It Own still open Sunday In OtuelrintUI with list John Hd Layton of McCrMry h been ins sinter Mm Davi Sanders wbo WM take III Friday ls reported 111 of that dron dls a e typhoid fever Mr and Mm Wm Walker loft day for their liottt In tMon after visit to relatives MOSSM Jack Hlatl It L Elkln Get Harris and John Farm wore In Lex Ingtan Monday on business Mr and Mrs Wm Ilaskltis of Shot byvlllc lad have been recent guest of their aunt MM Dee Gulley Miss Lottie Mao MrRoborts had tin attractive Misses Bennett of Lox Ington as her guests this week Miss Iva Leo Smith or Richmond Ind arrived Thunrday and will trim for Mlssltella Arnold again thlssrason O W Shugars leaves this week for his homo In Indianapolis attar a yin It to Ills father Judge Win Shugars Mrs Emrna Bush has returned to her homo in Richmond after a pro tracted visit to Rev and Mrs O P BushMrs Henry Simpson and little laughter Elizabeth Logan have from a visit to Lexington re latives Miss Mao Broaddua Is at home visit to Paris where sho was ono of a house party at tho homo of Miss Ma MartinMiss Dunn went to Monday to attend a mcotlngof tho jlllcers of tho Kentucky Christian En deavor Union Miss Allceno Bourne returned to suburban home Mt Airy Tuesday a pleasant visit to friends and relatives In Stanford J R and S G Hascldcn accompan led Mesdames J R Hascldcn and M 3 Walter attended the fair at Nlch ilasvllle In Hascldcn auto Friday Miss Clara Miller home a visit to her sister In West Irglna Sho was accompanied by Jako Miller and baby fur a tow weeks lalt to Mr and Mrf N Miller The Editor of the RKCOKD and Ida wife are taking a much needed vaca at Old Point Comfort and other If the paper Is defective the should excuse the force In his absence Mr and Mrs R L Elkin and their on Dan Collier Elkin left yesterday Andover Mass where Dan will en Phillips Academy This Is con Iderert one of the best and Is one of oldest preparatory schools In the last having entered upon Its hundred and thirty first year Its standard Is such that It speaks well tot only for the boy who can pass a satisfactory examination to enter his former teachers Dan Is a full classical course and will Yalo Uunlyerslty when his work Is lomplotcd at this school lIe Is rllllant boy and wo predict for him highly honorable career Night On Bold Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to tho home of a neighbor by Asthama bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery had cured himself of asthma wonderful medicine soon rellov and quickly cured his sons wife of severe lung trouble Millions believe tho greatest Throat and Lung cure m Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hem rrlmges and Soro Lungs aro surely urcd by It Best for Hay Fever and Whooping Cough 50o and Trial bottle free R E McRoberls 1m 1MYANTHVILLE Mrs T E Adams Is at homo from a visit to Sharpsburg MM Hannah Swienoy of Jefferson Ind Is hero on business Miss Anna Kay Jenkins has been visiting relatives atGeorgetown Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor of Is tho guest or Miss Eliza Ison Mr Robert Collier and wife of Cal aro with Mrs Taylor Bur lotto Prof Milton Elliott of the guest of his brother Dr W M ElliottMr Mrs Sam Burke of Junc Ion City lire visiting Mr and Mrs Burke At Mr J H Boners salo Saturday HannahSwccnoy bought the re Idcnco price 12105 Mr W M Jenkins has returned to ndlanapolls after a short stay with father Mr 0 M Jenkins Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdotto at tended tho wedding at lancaster Wednesday morning Mrs W In Lexington her daughter Mrs W T Wool 3lk who has been quito ill sever I days Miss Mary Herd of Fort Worth has returned homo after spend ig the summer with Mrs B F lat HIS family Fifty Experience Mrs W W Ralston Ilopklnsvlllo y says I have been raising chick for tlfty years and Bourbon foul cure Is tho most satisfactory roar ly 1 have over used chicken and papa I would not to with it It Sold J R Mount to Co OJ ea JiI Loll pen Url tolV visiting Alum Lewssm a returned from- a her litter hasreturned from Mrs lion points public I ror ter the J buts ror enter Fort tortured that Tills ed a Its Grip 1100 Guaranteed- by I yule Lancaster Lexington- Is Logan Mrs his J Is with for I texas try for cholera r Miss Toes here I Lexington one taking avery tSb Dixon Dunn Orroll Iingan i Years ins I I I Business Items The City Council Is having const orablo work done on streets Mrrffnlly llrniflin Trtt Miss after courso the ConscrWflty of Music solicits piano pupils 01131 nice colt Church Hagan Phbllrf Square xr Q All owing Mrs oscpblno B3 Ith Mrs aso cal Becker Having stock of goodtl who to mOOpleaso at settle 032t 0 A Eager B Per cent Money Will loan In 11000 or first mortgage r will the all o the firs Xne year now s the to make application C25tf Q B Swlnebroad The first over Kentucky by children bo held 4t Lanpfmcr 24th and 25llpn For Information ad dress Milton Sneed BoxOS- Id Lancaster Ky Tuition The rates of tujtlbn students oaths ai First Veaffhd and thl Fourth and slxtl Seventh eighth and twelfth grades 816 J B Klnnalrd Secy Notlcel The school tax books are oney There y a few that djpf taxes tho year 1008 that will save cost by calling at once and settling 10 3t E W Harris Treas Notice of Dissolution Notice Is that mercantile firm mutual co odi J S Skinner STUNJK Mrs Peachlo visiting her Mrs Mary A Sanders Mrs Dock Prewitt is very sick at son Mr John Prewltt at this Mr Lem Tester and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Josh Hicks if Lojd Mrs Walter Fayno and children are guests her mother Mrs Mat Folger Somerset Mrs Mat Walker and children of Loyd were guests of Mrs Emma Posy Saturday Miss Ruth Asklns o Wllmore Is charming guest her cousin Miss Lula B Crutchfleld Miss Urna Asklns returned home Saturday after spending three weeks with relatives at Stone Miss Flora Leo Wiley has returned after visiting her aunt Mrs Nlcholasvllle Mr and Mrs 0 M Moberly spent and Sunday with their Mrs Johnsen Speaks Bryantsvllle and Mrs Jessie Burdett this place drove o Nlcholaavlllo last Wednesday and married Wo wish them both a long happy journey through life BUENA VISTA A T Scott was lu Lexington on business Monday Alonzo Cunningham Salvlsa was our vllllugo Sunday Miss Ora Poor Is visiting her sister Mrs Ballard near Stanford Mr and Mrs Geo Smith of Lexlng are visiting relatives hero The youngest child of Mr Wells has a slight attach of pneumonia Bonj Jennings o Bryantsvllle was visitor at Gatowood Fryors last week Mr and Mrs Geo Barnott visited relatives in and near Harrodsburg week Huh Christopher sold to Chits Van iunt of Harrodsburgtwo herds o cat cents The cool weather last week brought a little Ice and frost which was not appreciated Milton John Dismukes and A Scott sold butcher stuff to A Miles f Buckeye at 1183 and 1380 Rev P J Ross preached his last sermon hero Sunday morning Ha to Conference aCParls the 22 nst A T Scott has sold his stock o nods and rented store house and welling to Mr Davis of Jacksboro Possession of store to bo given October 1st Last Wednesday afternoon jut sunset two aerial travellers layton Ohio passed over our village i a balloon conversing with some o citUens In their passage Tney latter In Boyle County vRdN I read Would ho pleas to wr to you s th tool nee Robinson an nor nt farce s Ientu ky dtssoly i t B F Robins etlrlng n Robinson Grow Is her place of last the of home Jacobs or Sherrowot of and n of In ton a lust tie of T rocs rune be toro our landed pULnLstoneware aLMrs i r5 wlluas- s tail yklurlotrtragfthtA I onrl pair of in yjUur QlHaTllton2- T2W LII rant a C r mti For tel heat in ate ocory inn town is Ittr it acre R The 1 uag La lea Cir a Chrl tsar if a an exc I morrow t y In Judg rriaetort morn decease for m tery w II and s ttl Bryan be Ky Not sold Robe t Its at Marks ur ask all a idebted call one and sum t o to you no 1 oney later a time Children Fair b d- In c red Ill Sept for outsld of the caster Graded Distrl n a ollows rates tu fifth grades 12 receipt t for e in been Saturday daughter Mr John liar at3l Poor from i Wheat both Local and Northern Va rieties Rye Barley arid Timothy Seed Wo carry the above seed only in tho best ro 4 cleaned grades Wo havo several grades of Coal that wo can mako interesting prices on Your orders are appreciated BANKS HUDSON SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF KINDS AT B L Woods Prcit W C Vice fret W 0 temper Ctiblir PEOPLES BANKS Paint Lick INCORPORATED tfidlMrgPMiIlflylAM1 Field Seeds V1A MriA 1 MlQnNM7 00 OOCOOOOOC OO CALL I k I McRoberts Drug Store iaOOC OOCCOC eocooc Flab a a 1rWN1 1 1i llt Srifir IIA Cc9Z j We offer you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking Our Customers ere Fully by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance your Tobacco Barns with as they will Insure your Tobacco also Office National Dank of Lancaster Phone 31 Protected JELsureBEAILEY HASELDEN i i Here we go heel and toe Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy tips extra solid hectare what Theres double wear in maketheI J every pair DUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Actual Comfort i in a of White House Shoes than in other shoo you could buy a I a because they are bull on scientific lines of correct foot form which means foot comfort White House Shoes fit the feet snugly without cramping and cover Urge range of styles and This gives every one Just the style he wants and at n popular price I lasts White House Shoes for Men 5360500 OAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIHBOTOMBI M COY B L ARnOLD BaOrjYN JB BURROW I B WOODS WOKIBH WCWYHX B L WOODS f t Whlto House Shoes for Women 300 40O Kentucky Drills Oliver Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete line of furnituro and stoves on installment plan Dost 28 guago rod iron 3 crimped roofing nt 316 a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Kentucky f t t r eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeteeeeeeeer beeeeeeeeeoeeeeoeroooaeveoeoeoe JT V Morrow Graduate Opttclnii- OlBiot Kitted Cullifnctlon uumutced Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell lfnrms on low Commission Titles Phuno 221 1 iJll IL teWaeaeladrwr Abstracted rseaneu omce Hour 8 12 1 pm to 4 I S m toa Office ores IruK StoreStorm B F WAJLTJ3R Ilmno 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny 1 1 I I DENTIST I Office over Arnold Millinery M J County Surveyor Ofllco corner Ixjxluctou 81 end rubllo Aqua Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practlco In all State Courts an U S District Court Office over Police Court Phono 10 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANcAsTnR KENTUCK M BARBER Call In and got a Shave Hair Cut Shampoo North of Public Square Hot and Cold Baths DR A S PRIDE will practice Dentistry at his home Richmond avo over Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LOOK FOR TilE HORSE SHOE and trade with our old rellablo barber H M Duncan on Richmond street who Is a help our town at all times KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales heat of references General News Dr Fredrick A Cook of Brooklyn who In July 1007 departed In search of tho North Polo und who had not been heard from for over a year start led tile civilized world with a telegram from Lerwlch In the Shetland Islands announcing that ho reached the Polo April 21 1008 In his final dash for tile polo Dr Cook was not accom panied by a white man tour Esqul maux being his only companions The news of his success is generally credited by sclcntlilo men Ills dis covery of the North Polo was the of worldwide comment generally pay tribute to the American explorer tor his great teat DanUh polar exports wno have an ac quaintance with Dr Cook are the Btanchest believers In tho Intrepid Americans achlovment Some Amcr leans are skeptical among thorn be tag Roar Admiral George Melville re tired who has been In the polar re Klons and several of tho faculty of the University of Chicago Burglars broke Into John MaGees store at the corner of Walnut and Fourth streets September 2nd was gained by prizing tho rear window open Several pairs of mens shoo two grips und i lot of other things ore missing Bloodhounds from lluitonvlllo arrived hero early tills morning hut tailed to take the trail A strong ellurt will bo made to capture the thieves Danville cato y J D K Pearson of Chicago will gljre 1100000 to Herea College provided trustee raise 1100000 additional Dr Pearsons this would be hl Ian gift of this character TIN LEY INSURANCE HOUSE and to WeT sub- Ject Scient- Ists Entrance o said I I I I Min c i s e- e J t ruoxl 2294 l r r l l r ride f tgM0000o0000000000oeooo0ee0 I eeeeooveeoeoooeoooeatrooooovoo 1 4 s h Adv D Ii f 1 o 81X GREAT DAYS BpecUl Day Program Kentuek State Tho upeclM day Is ono i the most Intcrcstlnimrtu of the Btnt Fair It will many addition thousands of vlilfura to tho Fair I e W Kclakor Is to general chalnno of tho oclal any commltteo Holt 131 tho argil day will b known as s wool childrens day an Loulivlllo day Prof J C Qrabbo stuo superintendent of put lie who hu been chairman of this days proffftm mnko an extraordinary effort to sectir a record breaking attcndanoa of from tho city of loulavllle nnd stato of Kentucky As this Is opening day tho coromonlcs will like ly Include an address by tho governor and a number of other distinguish speakers nro expected to honor Fair with their presence on this o oalon As the naming of day for dally papers of Loulsvillo Is an inn ration In tho Special Day each paper will try to mako Its da tho biggest and tho power of press onco wielded In behalf of an stltutlon llko this can bring tremen dous results Mr Itobort W Drown managing editor of Times Is vie chairman for tho fret day Tuesday Sept 14 will bo Day Loulsvillo Herald Dai Mr Charles t Norton Is chairman and Mr George A Newman tho Herald I vice chairman All tho leading internal organist lions In tho state will bo naked to In a grand and mako this general reunion for common mcottni ground for nil tilo fraternal organize tlons within thl stato On this oa tho judging of all departments will be gin Horses mules and cattlo bo exhibited tho livestock pavilion Tho sIno poultry and otho departments bo judged In sopa rato vlthln their department I- WodncBiUyJ Sept Ir3 will bo Louis vlllo and Indiana Day CourlorJouVyal Day Mayor James F Orlnstcad of Louisville will bo chair man Mayor Jacob Dest of Now AI bony Mayor B N Flynn of Jefferson vlllo and Graham Vroeland managing editor of the will b vIce chairmen Tho mayor of Louts vlllo and tho mayors of tho two neigh boring cities across the river will each Issue a proclamation Somo of tho best horso rings of week aro scheduled for this day Also jack stock Hereford and Angus cattle Ayrshire Duroc and Chester Whlto swine Hampshire Cotswold and Dorset sheep will judged Thursday which has always brought tho largest attendance at pas fairs has been very appropriately des Kentucky Day Press and Good Roads Day Moro Kentuek Ions will bo soon together than on an single day or slnglo event of tho yeas Mr T 0 Underwood president of Kentucky Press Association Is of the day and will have men state which alono should make It banner day lion Joseph F Dosworth president of the Kentucky Good Roads Assocla tlon Is vloo chairman As an active campaign for tho good roads amend mont to the constitution will be waged throughout tho state tho coming tall It Is likely that somo of tho big guns for this much needed publlo Improve meat will open their first tire at this mooting President Dosworth believes that nearly all tho good roads Blasts In tho stato which equal a good sized army will bo on hand Several rings of horses will bo shown In tho pavilion and Shorthorn cattle lamp shire Tamworth Yorkshire swine American Merino Dolalno Morin Ramboulllet Lincoln and Choviot sheep and Angora goats will bo judgedFriday Sept 17th will bo Equity Day Tobacco Growers Day Orango Day Louisville Pot Day Colonel 0M Barnett president of tho American Society of Equity will bo chairmanV t itl tucky State Orange and Mr Doyl 0 Doyle managing editor of the Post aro vlco chairman This should cer tainly bo a day and If all In dications do not fall tho Sons of tho Soil will c t In greater numbers than was over before Tho to bacco growers from tho dark patch tho Oroon district and tho Hur ley section ar nil coming strong and each will try Jo outnumber tho othor The Patrons Husbandry that noblo band of farmers who have worked wonders for tho botfurmont of agricultural industry In this country will In goodly numbers from this othor states The Judg ing In all departments except will be concluded this day and In afternoon there will bo a grand parado of all livestock winners In tho Live stock pavilion Thaw animals will be decorated with ribbon worn at this fair and othor groat intro and exposi tions this year which will form a most pleasing eight for Pair vlsltoru and especially enthusiastic lovers of blood wl stock Saturday tho last day will be By erybojys Day and all who have not boon Included In tho foregoing days may bo vary aptly classed Ut thin For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Nowman Secretary 330 Paul Jono UulleJIngl Louisville Ky A Hurry Up Gall Qulckl Mr DruggUtQuloklA of Huoklenu Arnica Salve quarter For the love of Moses bur y Ilaby8 horned himself terribly iihnnlo cut his toot with the axe ilumlos scalded Pa cant walk f om lies Hill hRs bolls and my corns die She gut It und cured all the Its the greatest healer on arlh Sold by R R MoRoborts 1mI f he fa gram non Instruc on made will the the each the the In o ternat and editor of Join 0 a will I ahe p area 0 thom and Ute cattle be Ignatedas Day the chaIr- man andya and and F master ot the Ion is bo Rly r t onllg toned Itkal ttond d box a at brig Monday schoolchildren program fill Courler Journal halt bollday ass oath known bore tit hero family y B Y a n o A PILES get Immediate relief frcro J MIk OIItlMlLIraS1a1I e Hoiuovo tho Drudgery liouso by having tho Creamery do your churning They cluirgo only 3 coats n pound nnd any surplus Is sold for you nt fnr hotter prices than you can real Ixo for butter made nt homo Tho uniform golden color pleasing ilnvor and exquisite texture urn brought out by modern ma chinery and soientillc methods nntl Lau not bo oininled by hotter mnde in tho old fashioned w ny A brand stntoment but its truth is bourn out by tho fact that Urenmcry butter brings from 25 per cent to 100 per cent moro 011 nny market than the lineal country buttor You have discarded the 100111 tho spinning wheel and tho knitting needles of your grand moth or and if you will now do away with tho churns crocks and pens you will have gono n long way toward solving tho servant problem and making your own lifo easier and happier Begin now and you will soon wonder how you could got along without the Creamery for like tho telephone when onco used it immediately becomes n necessity BlueGrass Creamery Grist and Feed Mills in Connection Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam where do you buy your COAL Aha doys only ono place to buy coal Boss and dots right whnr I gits mine right down do Lancaster Lumber Yards Deys got Red Star Coal at ICcts an do best lOc coal you oboe seen for do money doys not a clinker in it Data right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders 5 j J i j J j t t j u f trlOT I lr IIJ 1 tI a II AA ft M WJ tm vm n- n fi- fi t Y ri ft t 1u u AAUAU vn y y v v v vW iW W H H W U q III 1- I I I C hnynhat I i t l- u I 2 1 R r f c i r I II I I I l koo i p z1 cat r c1 67 j rrt- Ath I I AJII MWWW t c1 t a 1 t t E R Farm and Stock I Hemp Is looking well and will uuud prices I have C Mr Paco sold Wynn GO acre of Land on White Lick for A farmer In Christian county aver aged 50 bushels of wheat en 47 acres of land W S Prowltt sold his farm of 12 acres to Knox county parties at 1C per acre I The farmu Elmer I at The Hack Co 02t W S Hensley traded to A I Es trldue his farm of 340 acres on Ken tucky river for valuable property In Paint Lick The ofllclal statistics for the second quarter of 1009 at Berlin show that 1051 dope been slauuhtcd for food under Government Inspection and 9785 horses Farm for Sale S 200 acres on near lulcrurban to me at Nlchol Icndrlckson The richest turf prize of the season at bheepshead Buy K Y the Futur ity was won last Monday by Sweep owned by J II Koene The purse was 131000 Sweeps share was 127000 When we grow grass for pasture need a mlxturgof kinds It Is other wise If a meadow Is desired It Is dinicult to do the right kind of har vestlnu for a meadow If many kinds are used The kinds mature at differ ant times In seed for u pasture wo may mix redtop timothy bluegrass meadow fescue und meadow oat eras to udvantuue Home Farm Some dairymen have an Idea that certain foods cause a cow to give rich or milk than do other foods This question has been discussed a urea deal but the best opinion now is thut such food does not change the quality of milk U only Increases the und In that way IJ effective The last milk drawn is richer than the Urst milk A cow also ulves richer milk as she dry and a tilt cow seems to give some richer milk than u lean cow but to lot more butter fat at will you roust more und richer food and thus Increase toe quantity of milk sccreated The Federal Iced Roads Depart moot states that the direct saving to the tanners ct this country from prop erly constructed roads would bo 250 000000 annually that there would bo a saying of over 110000000 In market hill the wheat crop alone of over 112 000000 In marketing the corn crop and jf 15000000 In marketing tits cotton However grout the money val s 1 5 I command F owes tal Ie- n Henry Bead 1107 per acre Fo Reht rs N E Point L W Ky 0 and rust voce give I crop f lisle rung loco seci 3e have ko line 1 1y 01025 Jtl w quan- titY t uo of sped roads may appear to be It Is not as Important as the educational and social advantages to be derived therefrom by the residents of rural communities As a rule tile farmers are more wideawake to the necessity of good roads than the residents In the cities as proper highways affect dl rectly their comfort and prosperity This Is not a problem for a single 10 callty but concerns vitally tire States and the nation To Be Happy you must have good health You cant have good health If your liver Is not doing Its but sure poisoning Is going on all tno time tin der such circumstances Herblno makes a perfectly healthy liver keeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic fir the en tire system Sold by U R Occupying Dressing dolls has become tho seri ous business of n groat many but csi eclally of American mon Puck Sure Worm Exterminator J 0 Fell Lakenan Mo Breeder ot Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs says We have been feeding Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to our hogs and Und It to bo a sure worm exterminator For sale by J R Mount Co The Ungodly Church Cough The problem of tho church cough has never been satisfactorily solved Even holy persona Bro subject to ca tarrh and to other causes of Irritation of tho respiratory raucous mcmbrano tar which It would bo harsh to rank them with tbo ungodly Urltish Mod ical Journal Burns and Scalds Accidents Will Happen Have Booths Balm On Hand Rather annoying to find that when some ono In tho fumlly gets a burn or a scald that thcron nothing In tho house to ease the excrutlatlng pain Theres nothing on earth so good fur burns and scalds as Ilooths Halm tha ointment that stops tho pain Instantly thoroughly cleanses tho Cora with Its untUeptlo properties and heals In an astonlHhlngly short tlmo R K MoRoborts sells It for 25 cents a largo box and It ought to bo In oyery homo In Lancaster teddy let c Instant use Booths Balm also cures pimples blackheads chapped hands an face skin eczema earache sore b chest and throat plies chullllng or Itching of skin It clears the com plosion In 21 hours and snakes It stay clear uroa cuturrh or back innttho it In Complete outttt ulua rl K 60o Druggist dutyslow iiI YOMEIJutf 1 Ilallar Mchoae its pool w R btcladl als i10 1 SAMJ OF LAND OAltllAlll ClHOUIT COUIIT- II V Uornellus1 Otlicra Plulntlttf J U Uartord Mxectilos nnt Others Judgflmiit of tin at iti tipund i i m on tho near Lurlcr County I fuliowm First tract In Uittiurd KV on tliu of Copper Creek ittul Fall Lick Creek It same to me b J M Uothwutl Muster CommiNiiotie of tho Oarruril Circuit Ctitirt fitted lath of December 1100 which I of record III County Clorki oillco In deed book 82 pugs n ant bounded us follows nt u broken top white oak near Cedar Lick about 0 or 8 pules on the east side m u blanch u curlier ti W W Cocliranu heirs now 0 T Hlg glnbotlmm thence with name n 481 w 21 poles poplar Inn bottom corn or Curter with Carters Campbells land h corner In sold line N 7 w 03 u whltooak west Nldo of n drain just a tout of u hill N 02 u fi2 to it young mid punt tho road along sold road N 12 K 181 poles to a oak on east side stud rood old corner thence leaving road N 78 w 01 poles to a oak old corner N 15 K25 poles to a chestnut oak on tho point of a rldgoN64 K 31 poles on the north cant side tif pear n drain o oil K 22 to a black oak UII a narrow bench thence N 47 to it Htnka white oak und gum pointer N 0 w 34 tides to n ntukOi N 40 w 14 to n Chestnut oak N 13 K 40 pulps to a shake chcjtnutouk er N 40 w 20 poles to a chestnut oitk not following xaclly his calls a 71 K north u white oak also marked A K 22 poles to a stake and not found N 42 K 20 to a stake N 2 K 16 poles to it bluzcd white oak N 78 w 60 old marked lines to a stake dogwood marked on the south east side and near a drum w48 w20 poles to a stake N 8 w 22 poles to u black oak In u hollow s 83 K CS poles to a stake and white oak stump on the west side of big road N 12 w 63 poles to a young while oak on wcstsido of road and on i small drain thence leaving tho ruad w U s 82 w Ut poles to a stake and chestnut oak pointer near of high on a K 43 w 20 poles to n leaning ash s 35 w 0 polos to an ash s 27 B 112 poles to a stake H f 7 w 1 00 poles lo u stoke on bill sldu facing south west to a black oak and locust marked about 7 poles from Cedar Lick branch N 32 w 13Ui poles to a white oak und hickory on west side of and near a snail drain N 08 w 18 poles to a stake on too hill side facing south u black oak chestnut oak painters H 72 w CO poles to u stake on the Sassafras polnlntcr s 20 K 14 poles to a stuko B 88 K62 poles lo a stake on a hill side facing lust poplar and black oak pointers s 18 poles crossing a hollow ut 12 In all 40 poles young chestnut on a ridge s 78 w 30 poles to a stake on a hill side near the hill the south 8 2 Veathtrlkliikti hollow to a stake on the south side of a branch near andbelow the tnotilh of a drain coming In from side ihencu down the branch 8 48 w 22 poles on north side of branchs 40 N lo a poplar and chestnut pAk o n branch thence leaving branch 16 n 20 poles to an ash 68 w 04 lua stake on a narrow rldgo old chestnut oaks cut dnwn three young now marked s 88 E video between Full Copper Creek at 7U poles passing us it corn er at a poles in all 176 to a clicstriit oak on a ridge corner B 82 K CO poles to a gum and dogwood on west sldo of Ce dar Lick branch corner to W Uochran heirs now 0 T Hlggln botham thence down said brunch am with said Hlgglnbothams 14 K 3i idles to u gum on south cast batik ol ranch young white oak and hickory marked as a 32 K 1 00 to tho beginning containing 285 acres Second tract or parcel of lead lying In Oarrnrd comity on the waters of Creek It being tho purchased by us from O W wile Is if record In tho Our rard counly clerks olllco In book 22 patio 08 und bounded as follows Beginning at at stake In Conways and corner to J A thence with her lino K 70 poles to a stake In Copper Creek three black walnuts marked us thence down said creek B 27 w 14 poles to a stake In said creek a young sycamore sprout marked as a pointer B 60 w pules to a white oak stump thence B 42 w 22 poles to a white oak tree near a pine thence north sold H 73 w 32 to a pine marked us pointers thence N 44 w 00 to a hickory I line thence with same N 4 K DO poles to the beginning conlulnlng 60 ucres moro or wll at tho same time and the following personal property o f drllllnif machine and Its ap niiriitHH If HMiim sumo by mo from J II Tor kins redone brlndlo and white or 12 years Red by mo train F 1 pat sorrel horse 11 or 12 rears old purchased ny mo from ack Hester two 10 or 12 mo known ns tho Davis undo and tho ono known as tho Rant llallard three nur liused me from from L ruts Hester ono by mo from J L Ittts and ho other from ti 0 nllk cow 7 yours purchased us rom Mark and bailey holler and engine and saw mill all of thereto now on toy land purchased by me rom ho mill wis by mo from f M one toller and and all of tho including the sawing It tho same by mo from the estate of M larter deceased the mill Isslttlng on laud pf the said II W A surtlolent amount of said property J Q I lilt vs uor vlrture ot tCircuit rell roll will lilt t dyluou between fur aura lit 10 11111 lit IIIIIl Uu ru to the uuo odder preudsrn I rent situated III IIlIrrarli Icky aid bounded lit of hind lilt Ihell the Ullrfllrd Jtlltl II II I lilt to saptu sold 7431 K Ol poleHo a whllo l1k wt the soot side of bill I 1 n 10 and stool hickory stile ot a IIlIn x la w Ipllell add snll chesnut toW21 v x Ickury utnplo n IIIIIUIII sit o brunch 7 chestnut t chestnut ut the east 8111 h lorvs Sake W s 43 Said Tr steo pine cull the by WI from th eKtato u1 M t Yllko lit work oxen par h d spotted dark bundles all 0 ycars rrol horse 10 old gavel one c teatnut mule wagons and luck two OXWRItOIlK roan milk cow G old mu trolll A ono roan ole old tile rsnor rchasod Curter d eased loins Ilzturca them b III purchased b the t s c ot fix 1tU1ll J Ida fly uprt NIUd csso ilia attic 1te- ier yule Uluutylautos soli hip c aid desetla- u erl l writ lvu I tat nud then oil north a drain hill slide to ptnple pulcA ton tUu top 1 posing UlvldinK hum 1 1 p yo nit ea rile Sage eta an wilt ur ha hart un one her twp huraa yenta purchased urea Smith o 14N are Ice pct 2spp old u oar na a gait or will bo sold to pay 1 H Wfcrs debt Interest and this Motion tile tho trustee will set n t to MId II W CornnlliM what entitled lo ting apart fluid ho will sol said property Bali Hald sale ai to tho real mtnto bo tmuto on credit of 0 and 12 month nnd tho will Ixi rrfitilrcd t execute hoods with gout Rccnrlty tothomtid irnxirn for purchase money 0 cent iinnuin from nf until paid Tho property bo on n credit of a tin approved security 0 r liitciunii Ul nftiu Ulllil Upon either of nutl l tid rixpcutun mav Issun If not nt maturlty lli camo the force mid acct of secure thomAvmcntot tho money v This August 231008 A II KSTllimiE Tnmtco R II Tomllnson Atty for Trustee borne Anct ntnuuuU to sale 1 16000 to into o FARMERS COLUMN space below Hit lietitlnKl for tire me I the of ilofktrnliitud tech hlii ni farm a the farmer cannot chord to ndrur- f No nolle will be acerplvd over lour line and will be only In two lanes of thi Uiconn free of than 1 have n lot of itood need fur Milton Ward U K I No 3 lox 14 I have fur sale moat any time 2 ti 3 Jersey cows 1 0 Ruckcr Lick Ky I hero several nice Bucks for sale Thar are strictly geed ours John M Cress Stanford Ky R F I 4 1 have 213 good ewes from 1 to 0 yenta old for sale Will sell any bcr I want to buy t Southdown bucks J Wesley Walker Our Public Schools School Teacher Who can make a sentence using the word Indloposl tlon Tough Pupil aKsumliiK a puitllstlc pose When youso wants to Ilitht youse stands In dls position Town Topics FINE FAUM IN UAHUAHD COUNTY SALE A fine blue tau farm tar tale tltualed on new pike plat Iolnl Lt sad lz mile outhof LaccaitercbnJAInlngXUacre well located In good neligftorbood being rail of the John Walker trat wllh a new reildenje thereon with all and good now barn 40xCO Well Wtorvd sir never falling prlng and creek minting through TmxiS cash In baud balanca one and two year from day of ale bearing ill per cent Interest until paid ler un looking for such place please writ W O WALK Ell Stanford Ky PUUUC SALH- of Farm Live Stock Farming incnth On account of a change In tmilnciiot my onandmyMlf which l my only ron for Illng I ai goblin aactlouou the on TIltMSDAY BKITKMIIEU la tare at 10 oclock a n inn farm containing 273 acre lo ba tnrveyrd lo rurclia located Are jt of Ilarrodbnrg three mile north ofjfurgln and two mile w tof BhakcrtowiWCn the Chatham pile ad In the blue grii country every field on the placd being abundantly uppllcd with fog water The place futile and uiptrlor for the cultivation of tobacco hemp corn and The farm I equipped nut tobacco raiting with two bit barge The stock barn I ccond In blue grax and the remainder In a high ol culllra thou The dwelling eontalu eight large roomy large veranda nd lurrojudcd by all outbulldliui THUMB cub sad the remainder In ono two tour year per taut Inure t emlaunually from Will ell at Mme time and plan the follow Innlocks em bead of bit tears multi lily head of j head of Cat tle two nvrpitakt bclde farming machln ory binder mower wagon plow and many other things to uumeruu to mention TKKMS on pertona property On all urn of and nuder cub over that amount lour mouth negotiable note without Intereit Ilurgoo OB ibv ground and plenty of It D 11 CHATHAM Harrodiburr Ky Having a firstclass Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any dcbth Iran further information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky Cream Vermifuge f 3 I l u V r nil fur hili 111 stud then alter o Ulrlorl debt tIll hM1r 111 hllrlll data will trullleo ttkhllt tll bnuds with from tJudgment will ho retained up IIn Iho Inn and tel to A M the of our farmer lIberlbru anA for sale rye r ell rear m oceuar oA ulldlnps r will olfer 147 flU blu Joliliullb on JO pike ol 111- Iuckf lIlt watered to IW aCt It ncr Ouo1I d od with e I dale ordcd Jenny ucb barn a Well Drilling VVHIT j p w costa Pet Sal zomptluue e co Sal bli ell Iwltrht eel paid hnvl K 0 eeeoeeeeeeeaeaeneM eeeeeeeeeeseeeeee ore tbs sal Ian nut FOR two dory a of ere Imp remises Net miles TGb b one the guest Ic1 al and stock lame In ably the fwd pl heat noun aro slate three table alt dray hop Ito 1 t kI p pp lu r u1 it le ace fall THE GUARANTIES WORM REMEDY THE CHII OREN8 FAVORITE TONIC crwAM or IMITATIONS tvet aitiumc puiMiia ONIV Liniment QT OUIM M- OMoRoborti Drug Store IIf- DuUard now Cot ConmilHsloiierH Halo of Lund UARMAkti CIRCUIT COUKT Oof U Mmlflek Kt ijfi- I Julia Ve MI Me jstlljrTlttn Judgment nf the Currant iormU o In 1 M Commiii ilontr will on MONIlAY HKITIUIMKK IT IJW IMIWMII the henna of 10 a m slid f p m II Ie in Ioiinir Couti ilnriril mid Churl Homo ilonr Hi Ui oMt r iiirmnl Coiinijr Ky lo lh bUliwi ami ui Mler hit following ileall H real properly I HK and lung In lirranl oiinly Ky mill If ramroinl of two Tract No I It uii ihn watcri ol lick Crttk unit nn th Mouth iido of Hit Illelmiond Rod UiiCMtcr turnpike and U bounded M fd ireinnih tkoi branch all7ra halni In JIM Chubs lo In to Wm thene with old Wit n N 81 K clmlmi toainikoonlhAftotitliildnof a brunch rot lhnco N M W IISS chains o a nVei NTH J74 UN to old Conn KillUclln corner at Illclimnnd UncMleriiirnlk iihfhcf lllnlflnmedl l lOHWIu chain to Mr sally McCorrrilck eoriieri llivnee Iravlnn the plk with uldMcCormlfki line BNKJ7Mehlntlo Ihe I Inning routalnlnx MTeuir lour und on anar teracrri Tract Nn Hi bounded aifgllown lflniilnK l uk Lancaster RnA hlltBMtVilMMloluU K IfO to tnnln containing ii rood iud tour Inter Mi by A rinitletoii on Kebrnrr Slid IM of reseal In Otrrard County elerUofflee Sld two will be old y Hall It nude for purpose of Hit trlbnllon of Hi proceed tlo pltlntlrft dtfendtili their reptellr n y- Tcnus 814 itl will bo made on erdll of II tnonlh nd will U required lo w money b rln eat annum from dale of alsfjtiipMnp wbloh 1 cnllun not paid 1 bating fore and effect of raent Alien will alto b rcllnd open l sold for payment of the purchase money J M HOTIIWKII Miler Comr Urmrd Clreoll CourtW I WlllUra Ally for pllnlKI Thl Au lh IK 7 i PUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots I will otter for tale lo the highest and tHlildder on the prrinlM at out ecloek on SATURDAY BKI1KUIirlt 4 g situated In Hr iiU lll Uarrard County Kf anti Imiindrd a follow I ll KlnnlnKatlh Hputh Kail cor ner of II H Marrell lot with Mir r U line wet to a North in liar rod tflr Ihcnee Wit with ih toad loth Hut ol South with line to W ro rly owned bjr Ililll corner Ihence Kail with North with i n road lo Ibo Uilnnlnc lat No I On ilia We t ol the turnpUi road leading from Lancaster lo Uilndon and Iwnndcla follows On the Kail j the old Writ If HIM of Thomas C Armstrong Uijed to contain oueVounh ol an acre Ul No I ha a good right room rrldene In good repair root lprnic all oilier nrcMiarr out bnlldlng ii plUd with water clitern at home sad well al barn lot No 1 ha a good three room collage well at the hone oneball Hie bone wa corcrud new Any one lUlrlni to ice theie liouiei will call on or write the un denlgntdTKItUSi cash In hand balance In one and two with cent luiereit roll poinlon at puce Al the time and lace 1 will alto tell the following propcrti One good hone wfil work any where foranrladrlodry ono good milk sow a cooking torn good a new l r two mouth tool oil of millinery all paw Any one desiring lo dock ol millinery will call or write 0 0 Decker llryautvllle Also tome and kitchen fiirntlure Term 01 personal property All ollU auduudir cub In liand over that amount a credit of three mouth without interest Noto mart U well endoned and payable In the Hank of llryantiTllle llryauttllle Kentucky Copt I U puns And liONKIl PUBLIC SALE sold ror firm I will to the huh bell bidder l mj firm onoUlf olio UeCretrjron the Uuc t r Duck ijroturnplkeon WKDNKBDAY BKlTK rind W it 10 oelock a m ixirioual put has rood mule nurvt I nice old htriieii in re 1 two old borie 2 yearling honei luckllng I work inuleifroqiaiolyetri old t good yearling ck 1 good flyc r old Jeninl with tank toll bjrherildeil six old nuet n fu l 1 hull old jennet In f iwo yet old enu t 3 Jerie cow ud c lvyjJ milk eowi ilvurii I er alia house liold ud kitchen tnd ambit uudolliri the a give note good surely note to be l IO lo bear interest ithe rai of ill per runt annum from ma slot at the darrard Iltuk A Trust Co ol Un a t r Kentucky KILL THI COUCHAND CURE THI LUNGS Dr Kings Niw i rTT 1 7t ilI j U OIl enll Voutl rIIlorN lit II Jlllle styled lleeloll Ruler II 4 While low UlIlnnlo lit Iaklln R pohl thllce a tu II slake and horn bush r 10 John line R 1 all a corner line nr K Corot old Conn to slots confer aol xlth to a toll Urtwrne slate cn he IIlId multi of A nd I tile roil role Wt from a scorner to r Ir Ken IlfJ 101 K U WllmoUa lord UJi IIIonce x I a UJf K gala to ftllllloolh Inelllno road as the tap InNthe laud rouroyal to Andrew weddle d tract of land the among rights apear a Sand the purchaser bond to the Commlulrr for pprehas per may maturity the lAme the a jade the or t IWo and Lot tbrr old nc tad Nmllh I I road lntlman road ou Boulh cud put tense all tires I only nerd Join J laying North of and Rli lIowllllC ptupnrty torso I he year old 1 10 amll mAre yeah old tOTO a ear I I foil I cow hort ear g Lulll ltq harrob of ue corn I 1oral 1ruleuN TKIIUAI A allulII purchaser wit duo Jantray lit par IlIfllJ 1111 pail J I t 1 WITH rf w ct ul Iheabove l had bfallChyoI111gbuck AulRUdhickory ten till r wcddtel thtutehit sail Nele x M crossing R- sbke new list 1016 wit r chAln a UAhoniethence odd darneye IIaeNEAWrIIklthdtn cnroer to WlYlofOehalnttna Rod IJudo eaidpike rah loge Ill Ycrnnn one I 8Ihlaloryelumpxll le formerly rah said rood 411 I1 RnA polo acne ore the same deceased by eed separate sale and a oayahls x 1b good eetnrhy Uutet said f and the N 1 tome lot Nol atone said race said Jam ii the old r told Ilse lot 1larrodturt rkenn die the hole said rot last t 1 hart spring Oas third trap 9 per t same talc u dove there raerl mock roods see this plea home hold sums IL sell stand the Onulyearol tam tadAlumare 9 year colt year year ldry t9tool soy a mule W m of hen dollar or nnder ash said and uldlaheuegotlALlo payable w HILL t FOR 8 BI r PRaIA Ti AND ALL THROAT AND LUNtTROUiLEt McRobtrU Drug OUAW IIEDeATIevaoWM MOWIIY UiUHDJD n Sore 1 i- olI i