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THE CENTRAL RECORDJWZK RELlOlOli UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKHTIKTII VltAH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 1909 Il 1i d t w I 0 ta e iL7fpVa 4 I I Horse Shoeing We have two good They will correct Stumbling Interfering Firing and Treat 6orns All kind of repairing on all kind of GUESS CONN BROTHERS t J I 7 or 01 1 horses ers 1 IJ K Carder bought of J K IJutk his store at Gilberts Creole Mr Bull Mrs Jacob Joseph have moved Into the Stormed Gate on Dan street Mr John Dunn has accepted a 0 sltlon with hit Mr Ray Orrell who has an orange grove at his home at White City Florida Misses Eliza E Smith and Minnie B Johnton have been approved as ex teachers for Jarrard superintendent Crabbe Juror Monty Ready Those who served as Jurors for vemter term of the Garrard Circuit Court can receive their money If they call at R E store Holiday The Lancaster Graded School dl missed Thursday afternoon after a highly enjoyable program was by the pupils This holiday will continue till January 3rd at which time all pupils will be expected to re sumo their work at Distillery Mr T II Price of Newport has ken the place of T E Watcrflll at the Pilgrimage dUtlllery the later having been transfercd to Anderson county Mr Julio Ellis of Stanfoid has been made storekeeper and gauger rack Your Duds When you all elect Judge M C 8aun y governor we will return to Kentucky writes Mr James Frye of Tulla Texas The prospects of Mr Fryea returning to Kentucky are monstrous Rood and he had Just as well be packing his duds Interior Journal Examination The examination fur appointees to Hit Eastern Normal held In the ofllce of the County Superintendent on Tuesday Jan Ith All desiring these appointments will please bo present on that date The examination for Common School graduates will be held In the ofllce nf the County Superintendent on January 28th and 2Uth Jennie Hlgulns AMtSupt T B Robinson Bu s farm Hughes Swlnobroad sold to T B Robinson tor J T Pope his farm of 130 acres two miles Lancaster at 175 per acre The many friends of Mr Robinson will bo very glad to learn that he will remain with us as he is Identified with the best Interests of the people and a of the highest order and one of the beat farmers In I 1 lie for count Nor I Mcltobelt drug I r I r I r I r ta- I r i I will be I Easton brother In law rendered Change Kentucky GOODS OF US AT COST Shoes Hats AND FURNISHINGS Sale Closes Dee 28th H T LOG AN tI f 1 I BUY YOUR HOLIDAY E 1J i Clothing I r I 11 i 0 4 TiIJ H I n r i9 Llr 1 f LrrLC t C W Is S 5 4J t p r r T I r w I We to that Mr J E Dickerson Is qulto slckjcf pneumonia Gladys Filiblo Is out again af tor an attack of tonsllltls Williams hat moved his law office to the lower Btormcs I The Womani Club net Wednesday afternoon at the bomoof Mrs Emma HlKltlnbolham The r ouso was adorn ed In holly and and present ed an Inviting emblematic of Xmu cheer and hoyltillty Card of T I desire to the never be forgotten W II Blaftd Court Changes The quarterly court over which Judge Ford presides been changed from a continuous to a session on the second Tuesdaylln each month beginning with second Tuesday In February 1910 Accident Mrs Sallie Pences bone fright on the Lexington pike near Lancas ter turned the buggy over and ran sway leaving her with some bruises but no serious injury She was taken to the home of Mr II C Sutton where Dr J M Acton was called Wm Lusk III Information hu been received from Pecos Texas of the critical Illness of a former Lancastrian Wm J Lusk of tuberculosis Young Mr Lusk will be sent to the home of his slater Mrs J McDowell In Southern Miss where It Is hoped for a change In his condition Can you lat 117 J Wade Walker killed one hog this week that weighed 7QO pounds from which he made 26 gallons of lard made 63 pounds of sausage and the hams after being trimmed closely weighed 50 pounds each This hog Is one of the celebrated Garrard county red hogs which has been raised so successfully by Messrs Walker GIbbs Uurnslde Successful Shoot MltSBesMe Singletons school at Sycamore clotted December 17th very delightful Xmas entertain ment and tree The teacher not only made the occasion enjoyable but Im pressed us with tbe true Xmas spirit Miss Singleton closed one of the most successful ichoils ever taught here and It la our sincere desire to be ible to get her valuable services next year Myrtle Naylor and Jean Droaddus were the forunate winners of the prizes offered by their teacher two nice Slut Clark Trustee Judson Ky RELIGIOUS Elder F M Tinder engaged In an Interesting series of meetings the past week at Whits Oak school house At a meeting of the W C T U all of the former ofllccrs were retained and aro as follows President Mrs Fannlo Farra Vice President Mrs Wn Lear Treasurer Mrs Ed Price Secretory Mm Samuel Cochran Cor responding Secretary Miss Amanda Anderson Horrible Accident Mrs Levy Montgomery age about 30 years was so painfully burned on Mon day at her home near Ml Hebron that she died from the effects She was dressing her baby In front of an open grate wden her dress Ignited in some manner and before the flames could be extinguished she was beyond human aid and died In a short while after excrutlatln suffering She threw her child upon tbe bed thus saving Its life She was the daugh ter of Mr Ed Naylor of this county and a most estimable young woman The burial was at Mt New Firm Mr W B Fish of Paint Lick baa bought a halt Interest In the business of Mr II B Mabony and will move to Stanford at once Mr Fish was formerly traveling man and Is well acquainted with the people of Doyle Lincoln Casey and Rockcastle counties and therefore needs no In these counties which com prlrea Mr Mabonya territory Ho is a hustler and the two will make a strong team Mr E D Pennlngton will look after the oOlco while Messrs Fish Mabony are In the field We understand that the firm U content plating real estate to their Interior Journal Death Q Dunlap W George Dunlap 23 years old son of WG Dunlap of Lexington Ky was found dead In his room In Chicago Sunday afternoon A Will Jet In the room was open and an empty vial which had contained carbolic acid was found beside the body Friends of the young man asserted that he had been despondent and advanced the opinion that he had committed aulclde while In of melancholy George lived hero tar several years and was a bright popular boy being related to some of the best families In the country being a grandson of the late pen W J Landrara and bearing the same relation to the dUtlngulsbed lawyer and lUUtman Ron George W Dunlap Miss W I budding on Dantllte th o many t nda who were so d to wife d son during hel Incas a des and th hat IC I with- a tII I I I It of W I lilt i refrR Street evergreen nks I assure Look Insurance introduction No Next Weak As has been the custom Tux line ono will not be Issued on next Friday December 31st This gives our force an opportunity enjoy the holiday and us a chance to got ready for the new year however we will be In the onice court day to receive Xmas gifts and subscriptions from those who wish to make us happier during tbe hull day Another House made Its appearance at Jim Iloufioft house last Sunday Many compliment aro being heard on the home talent show given at the Court Mouse Wednesday night It will probably bo repeated In January Election Notre An election will behold at the Gpr rard flank Trust Co on servo fur yie cinulng bo present Cashier Marriage Licenses As approaches many bells will ring Below we give the licenses Issued ut the clerks ofllce this week Mr Bryant Ballard to Mrs Lundey Almira Roberts Mr D V to Miss Lizzie Prather Mr Cap War mouth to Miss Mary Ellenor Scott Mr Cleve Davis to Miss Miry Brown Mr Walter Grow to Miss Loretta Se bastian Mr Clay Clark to Miss Bun nlo Bourne Mr JesMa Roger to Miss Irene Ruble Archer Brandsnburflsr Miss Rozella Archer and Mr E B Drandenburger were united In mar riage Wednesday at tbe home of bride Rev Parsons officiating The bride Is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Samp Archer and ail extensive frlencshlp in the country while the groom Is one of the must highly esteemed farmers living near Paint Lick The happy couple after enjoying a pleasant trip will move to the farm recently the groom near Paint Lick extends hearty congratula Lions Notice To All teachers who have not drawn the money duo on December pay day are hereby requested to please call and receive same In order that all the money may be paid out when the settlement Is made with the on January lilt tiupt Now Wedding The following Invitation has been received Mr and Mrs J P Moore request your presence at the marriage of their daughter Miss Etta Florence to Mr Clarence Mckee Harden Satur day January 1st two p m at Mor gan Kentucky The brideelect Is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J P Moore one of Pcndleton counties wealthiest families and a young lady of many ac complishments being highly educated and a talented musician The pros pective groom is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs George R Harden of Bellevue Kentucky and holds a lucra tive with the Queen and Ores cent Route Cincinnati Teachers Association to Meet at Danvilla The Teachers Association of the Eighth Congressional Dist let should have the support of every teacher in Garrard county The flwt meeting will bo held at Danville December tbe tblrtyQrst aud January tbe first Eyery teacher of this county should make an effort to be present Many questions of Interest to the teaching will be discussed Tbe program of discussions Is as follows Friday 10 a address by Dr Oscar B Fallls Reply by Chairman Piof J A Sharon Friday 1030 a m The Duty of the State to Educate Its Citizens by lion A H Throckmorton discussed oy W I WlllUms Supt C M Friday 2 p m How to Improve the Rural Schools by lIon John Noland discussed by lion J W Rawllngs Supt C C G M Bal lard Adams gen discussion Friday 8 p m Rational Course of Study by Dr E George Payne die cussed by Prof J W Ireland Prof Bridges T J Coates aud Prof U A Logan general discussion Saturday a True Purpose and End of a Normal School by lion J 0 Superintendent discussed by Prof E 0 MoDugle Mrs R N Roark Supt Garland Supt Miss Hlgglus discussionSaturday 1030 a in Proposed Ed ucatlonul Legislation by Dr George J Ramsey discussed Prof J A Sharon Dr W F general discussion Saturday 2 of Cum Plans for session aud general business meeting Tax and Water Notice The names of all persons In attest for 1P081WO city taN will appear delinquent will be added All water U not paid by tint jl have their water cutoff which turned on again cost 12 extra beside the amount flue for rent L B Herron City Tax Collector and Supl j Tu January 11th 2 P m t the oleo K the dir ors to year Yull tide wedding I Old eld I I purchased- by Then COltD December mWelcome lion and Supt M dlHcus Mire Ora L oral mThe mReports zit filch be lisped In will per o plat JI sty i ij lieu 1oio purposu pr Ail stockholders arc Respectfully the enjoys Teach Superintendent Year pf general Pro Crabbe State general b II fist tea penal f w I when 7 S V V v ototO t The Home Of SANTA CLAUS11 See our line of t Toys Silverware Table Cutlery I i CHAFING SERVING DISHES Lamps Tool Chests Wagons Guns Velocipedes Haselden Brothers 6 Why you shouldjpatronlze THE PEOPLES BANK BECAUSE- 1st Our Officers and Employees are men of sterling integrity 2nd We do business on a basis 3rd We strive always to accord prompt and courteous service to all our friends and patrons 4th Your Money Is Sate when left In our care In addition to all other precautions for safety we carry ample fidelity and burglary insurance Our surplus Is growing rapidly and we are becoming stronger each day Try u and you will never regret It Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky your Tobacco with HASELDEN We insured tobacco last year in thTs and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 In ordeito MAKE ROOM for my large SPEING STOCK 1 s A A I I I OJ I i 1 e BEAZLEY X J mJ WJXt e8 o m rno i oI rt ataaataama a aaaaasaa at tda conservative l i Zzzz t o j o = Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold as I have only a few left Come at once W J Romans 1 Pj lY 11 Get your wife a nice Xmas 11 present something useful i Sec our Silverware and Aluminum Cooking Wnrc A souvenir given with each purchase of Aluminum A souvenir given with ench set of Knives Porks or I SpoonsA Roaster mnkes n nice Xmas present A Toledo Cooker makes a still nicer one A Majestic Range H makes the best of all 1 See our chaffing and Baking Dishes JB Mens and Boys Saddles Iap Robes and Horse Ulan raJ kets Buggy Harness cheap i Get one of them for your wifes Xmas present J R MOUNT 60 Please and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co J J WALKKU President J S JOHKSOK Vice YOUR ACCOUNT IS ORGANIZED 883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier WOBieNBTAMtCublr C D WALKKU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DiREOTOHS JS Johnson Jb F hudson J J Walker Alex Qlbbs Lewis L Walker O A Arnud I fJ Jf II II i I iHave just received a oar load of RANGES r J Ii II u e all Pre t r J T v EVVtM c 1 iI lr I t Ii L dlnMM1141m1 e1A t 1 Ij 1 1f I 1 N M Arnold 1 i a TO THE li We the uiidersigiid merchants hate arranged with 1 r 4 t Kentucky The largest premium concern in this part of country j to give GOLD TA MIS with eveiy roc IH vTiLogan Clothing and Shoesv The Joseph Mercantile Dry Goods and Notions R E McRpbrts DruggistV Mrs Ada Kinnaird Milltnery 7 M K Dentist J P and Cured Meats Stapleand Fancy Groceries When you STAMPS you ore premiums which are hoth useful and ornamental on money you have got to spend at some store Why not confine all your purchases at our storfc and buy your goods for less and secure some of handsome premiums given In exchange for D STAMPS Hundreds of people hayc already started Collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start today Cill any store above mentioned and secure a saving Premium on djsploy t Joseph MercantiJeCo Call and see Oiem and be convinced PUBLIC Merchants of speed at OUr res i C- otr pave GOL the manY GO t boo lr nn I 1 d t Co Ict1Jviliez the I you respcctives I j A Dennyr PratherSoh Fresh earnings i 4 r MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO and CQtumerclaJ Building QJJJPVIW KKNTUCKV i RECORD ttauKD WRRKIY F S HUGHES EdfPubr rulcfid nHt full Offltt in Isintatltr KHt at SttJndCtan Unit Member Ky Prctt Anaelallon end Elohth District Publlihart Laiguo Lanonstor Ky Daotmber 24 1909 i For Political Anneunocmentt For City Unices I fiO- OKurUutintV Ortlccs 1000 tV Htnlo nnd District Onices 1600 10 For Crtrrt per lino 10 For all In the Inter Individual or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line tj 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo 010 tu announce lion llaivpy Helm a candldato tu himself In ConcrcM subject to the AC flan of the party The will soon procctd tu Tho following calls have been made by Henry II Prowltt cliiilrman of tho Democratic State Central and Executive Committee A meclloit of tOe Democratic mess beta of tliQlIutisdo Representatives Is emitted tat 230 oclock p in min MUll day January 3 1010 to meet In the hall of tho Houso of Ileprrcentatlves In tho new state capltol at Frankfort fur tho purpose of organizing br elect Inn a chalrimn and secretary of laid caucus and for rile further purpose of nomltinlliiK a Democratic candidate fur speaker tlsrk serjeantatarms tad all other ofllcora to be elected by the house of Itcpresentallrcs Every Democratic member of the house Is requested to be present ut the time and above Indicated A similar call fur a meeting of the members of the Senate was made fur 730 oclock in tho evening of the same day it which time u president pro tempore of the Senate clerk set Kentatarms and all other otllcers to be elected by tile senate will be chosen In addition to these two calls Chat man Prewltt Issued a call for a Joint cauCtM of tho two Rouses t bo at 7 3 oclock on the evening of Tues i January 4 for the purpose of or 1 zing by the election of a chalr uiio and secretary of the Joint caucus ind to noinlnale Democrnlc candi dates fur tho olllce of prhon courant loner to bo el c ted by the General Assembly nr Keutucky at Us session of 18IO The hbratlon of Washingtons blitiday or time pomp and display to herald tim anniversary of the birth of any earthly Ling or potentate sinks Into Insignificance when compared with time simple manner In whlh we celebrate the birth of God In the Uesh over nineteen hundred years ago The earthly heroes waged war while Christ Is the king of peace and good will to all mankind Ills mission had In view peace good will and tho elevation of the human soul Ills coming and reign has dono route to clvllze purify and enlighten the world than all the boasted statcsmnnMp and the achievements of armies and Ihels comlined To follow him Is o build up to follow the hero of the world Is to tear down Let us obstrvo the day In a happy cheerful and becoming manner 1ioklng to Him us the author of that Is ennol ling In this life and the only way to life eternal Secretaries to Congressmen ure ngaln trying to get their names on the House payrolls Kncli member of the House allowed 122 a month for ti secretary and the checks are made out to the Congrenmon themselves to be Indorsed to ttulr employes but many of them I Is said keep the money and lire cheap stenographers Tho sccrclaiUs have tried before to get oil the regular payrolls but their efforts have been defeated by their employer fait Is like taking candy out of a childs mouth and bhould not be tot eratjd Tho JcKsamlne Journal Jeswinlhe Nows Wuyno County Outlook and Jeffirsonlan were among tho most at tracllvo exchanges that came to our desk lust week Inch of them an artistically arrulnjed colored cover and being chockfull of good read tag matter makes us feel that wo have time heLl end of the trade In exchang ing ulth thorn Wo send good cheer and greeting not only to our subscribers but orybodv on tho approach of Christ mas Lot us cheer wch ther raise the fullers try to reform Limo weak and manliest the xplil which Christ proclaimed when ho sold Qo and sin no more Instead of speaking of the downfall of our fellowman which shows malice mind hatred not to tho spirit of tho ClitUt Senator James l McCicury who IM president of tho American P aco und Arbitration League has dona much toward the adoption of plans by It will become effective In ample armament and trloi Arhltra In order to bring about Inter national Peace He Is entitled UK ov er before IB the gratitude of tho pea Guv urslmi of Indiana waa lomiched Informully u Wdshlngton H Demucrutlo candidate fur the pre I dei tli J012 nil name brought forward In bearing b I or CENT tilL A Nil Precinct and Fur per Ilno cst ot InlhlJrlz d patch U leI hlllio lice also held regular Pod t pun I nil a r IItxm 1KAn flats Calls soccer too V Ilgh whl birl p- lcrwars t d fly all rag iho Prlv lieges and Ideal Ions Hon Phil 11 Thompson Jr ago 01 yenta died in Washington on tio 10th mind was burled nt Harrods Saturday ns ho wits familiarly Walled was woll known hero Ho loprenontcd this District three tnrms In Congress und was nn ndvocate of democratic principles At tho close of this Her vlco ho practiced Uw In Washington and WHS vav successful He was a gallant under Genera John Morgan gaining a aide rrputatlon for bravery The Dahlia li losing fallli In Dr Cooks claim that ho went lo the North geld Wnst about claims may lo make the dlhiovery nod It would t o no great hardship ns It cant bo much colder times than It has lately been hero rime Lexington pcoiljnro making grout preparations for lib midwinter meeting of tho Kentucky Press ciation which will bo held In that city on December 28 und 20th This meeting will smut only be Interesting but prolltihle In all members Till Ccuit of Appeals reversed the lower court which appointed a meek or for tho Hurley Tobacco Society This Is a victory for the SocleU Let the small buy and girl the bounties of Santa Claus und keep them from a clrpus A Hearty Appetite Is what most babies hays but Is of no benefit to them If I hey bean worms Bo sure your baby 1 troubled them Sure symptoms always hun miry tinge under time ogee nub gaining In weight nnd yellow complexion A few doses ut Willies Cream Vermi tugs will expel all worms It Is u pos Itlve onto and reliable Price 2T cents per bottle E MeBoberU 1m New Entorprlta rime Courier Journal of the IGih contained n paragraph stating that Eastern cailtillstsnre negotiating for a purchase of land near Buena Vista In Lower Garrard tho object being to harness Dlx river and In that toes ity construct an electric plant This constructon of power Is to bo to the contiguous cities of Hurgln Lancaster and for Illuminating and other electrical purposes Such an cntcrpiUoln this county would bo such an advance to ward modern electrical appllmces and would lead to such wonderul develop ments In the way of transportation and establishment of factories that tho Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association should at once appoint a to invest Kate the scheme and ho In all readi ness to take the lead In lu consuma lion Such an electric construction within a few miles of Lancaster would revolutionize oil forms of business enterprise and the Association should toGarnuds ted slouan and remember that Ibit Is The Land of how Great Member Publicity Committee 100 Popes The Louisville Times will commem orate Its twcntyllftii anrlvcisary Issuing on December 31 time biggest nnd greatest and most complete news piper ever prlnled in tho South West The paper will consist of sibly one hundred 100 or more pages eight hundred 8jOxjr more columns of mutter It will be Illustrated throughout vita Hundreds of half tone The paper will wdhover two poundv contain among hundreds of special articles Important Happenings n the Worlds History for tweiiljflvo years First things In Kentucky history Kentuckys timber wealth Kentuckys coal supply Enough for the entire world What women have dono and arc do ing fur Kentucky Complete list of Kentucky Gover nova United States Senators from Ken rucky rho new Kentucky The old Ken lucky Thumbnail Sketches of All Mem bers of Urn Kentucky Legislature Undeveloped Ilesourccsof Kentucky Kentucky Pioneer Indians and Mound Prominent men of twentyUvo years ngiKenlucklans who are making good away froiii home A horseback hip through Kentucky In 1818 Education In Kentucky from every viewpoint A dream of Tomorrow A rdcull of Kentuckys Immortals A Qul4xv Of Kentuckys roust beau tiful women New Uiwnof Kentuckys magnificent now Sluts An ulldiiy ramble through the TIuio many to v tho of making u news Why women should vote Tlio Times of this Icfltie Friday De cember 31 will bn a i t iry and a ion veulr worth fur all time Do spite the tremendous extra uxpenuo thd price of this great pupor Ml ho the sumo as usual 2 eenti n copy Add 3 cents to this if It mailed to you direct trout Tho Theta ofllce- As a small Indication of time expense rime Times Is going to In K tl lout put Aiulreitary Num tie tiled that till actual B piper alone u cd In one pupae U about CPIIIS I Order the paper from U IS MoRob eels lit pmw Uy of pub r j ie io Bind yuir order direct tu I taro Sell to Comfnltteo on t Little Ihll yet chance enjoy Sold by R conveyed hero b 11 I keeping you desire bert II way ur lIJa lr Ill nt 11111111 Ii one or orate City built able sol ller leery lyn have a Ass lima nave snot wit Danville aim tike ado Ida Jiffy t wandor wurk pupae I lilt woe you wilg ouplw a o r 0 d p y orS a Qeiieral News Nelson county wnnt cut option ilcllonby 053 m Jutlty there are twelve saloons in county four of which uro Ih Hirdstown- Dlspntchts lu Dunns Ilovlcw I ml I cato that hu Play Undo In cxccodfuit nil records In iimny uccllons of tha country while tnoro uniformly sensor alilo weather stimulates tho demand for heavyweight clothing anti foot wear Announcement nan nutrient Toledo 0 that J 1 Morgan of Now York have purchased sir Independent tclrphono companion Ohio nod In Tin luinuunccintnt Is nccniu put ltd by lime statement Unit the pur chases Were mtidauH nn Investment and not In the Intercut of tlio Hell company Tlio totnl surd to horn been 10 000 OOU Time American Vice Consul at Man received a pllful npppul tor pro tection signed by many women wlu so husbands and hons mire onflurlng tot turo In prison Revolutionary sot pects are being thrown Into prison by XilayaH ndhcionts and loitured mid their wives timid daughters subject d to unspeakable outrages Tho University of Copenhagen tlio Ilrst Institution of Iriiriilag tt recOil tilzo ir Cooks claims cs the dNcover crof the Pole declared I nil tho explorer hud usually tail d to provo his claim from tho rccoids sub miLled llramlcd as nn Impostor by miiiy of the leading srhnllnts of tile wm Id Dr Woks whereabouts are not even known to hli must Intimate friends Dr Cooks dnta veto saM to have been dctlclent In every way Thu body of King LcopcH was trans erred to the royal palate ut Brussels The King in lil will that he possessed only 93000000 which ho left to his children majesty a desire that no autopsy bo per formed and said tint apart from my nephew Prince Albeit sad tlio mem hers of my household 1 forbid anyone to attend my funeral My papers shall be destroyed or hooded to Albert Time Ir tt N bas declared n 31 per cent dividend for the last six months thereby putting It on n 7 per cent bawls It Is probably time most con sorvatlvely managed road In try duo In a largo measure to Presi dent Milton Hannibal Smith whom the Loulsllle Herull recently wrote up without giving anything correctly except his anon Evening Guzelte Tho State liar Assoclitlon win be host to tho visiting Judges of tho Ir cult Courts of Kentucky on tho eve ning of December 28 when the State attorneys will at Time Seelbach In honor of tho JurUU TfTe visitors will bo In LouUvlilo fur n of the week following Christmas In re sponse to the Invitation of lime Judges of the Jefferson Circuit Court these Invltstlonssummoned the Judges from nil parts of fur the organize tlon of an Association of llrcnlJudges At the dinner no set pro gramme of wllJ be carried out although there will bo several Im promptu addresses Charles W Met of Ilnevllo president of tho State H r Association will sit at the head of tho barque table Buy each morning DAIRYMAN S W MOSS HliMMMIIMHOMMHMOKM LEARN TELEGRAPHY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship TRLEGRA ROA D AGENCY reduced to 115 soil 4260 of Rtudonts1 mllroad faro paid Hoys thl U VOUROPPOITUN1TV to loam u Urstclasn trade that pays a gout salary every munthJn Um year Excellent Laura nt lowraton Now nan has dullglitful 8000 In ImbltanU Stu dente quo ify in 4 f0 months Our OUARAN 1KKQ POdPfilONH to 405 per month t rt on Easy sod pleasant einplojincnli rapid promu motion Dlplomai awarded Qront Demand fur Telegraph Operators Wllte today fur Free 0paga II Catalog which gives fall Southern School or Telegraphy liox aw Newumi J Rio la ague trod time coon give dinner the Stile rlf Olf t I Fresh I frO the I J YOUNG MfN I n rn Y fylFWILlTINU ANI nAIL al I lU J ELY lilt t articulate 111001 t woE ht lie C fit dl inn cwt Nut Lb drrl his expressed par NHNNMINNN00 1 1 sosoN I eat mar uundlnga pal our lit t Leading OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY 5 5 By Mall nnd When Paid In Advance to January fytt This offer holds until January 15 1910 After this date the rate Jvill tic 600 per year orGocts per mouth for periods lull than G mnnths In clubs or five or mure the rote of 450 is silos cd but title applies to new subscriptions only No com mission is to agents or others on this rate Address The Lexington Herald UJXINOTQN JKHNTUCKY 4t Tho LEXINGTON HBRALD 3Y i f0 t allowd u H9 44 14 4 4 4 4444 44444 THE YEAR gon only a THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEXNV h J B STOHMES Viet l C Ctihlir J F Hoblnson Aiut Cashr It T Kmbry llookkrnper DIIIKCTOItSi Saml Alex U Denny A 0 Kohlnfton John K Storme S C Dmmv J Wlhlnms Ideal rUt- S lUlU I Cochran Gill W Ih PROTECT YOUR BOOKS too valuable to bo strewn about the room or house to dust and damage I Of couno you cant help It If your full and of Iho old style construction Ocher of such a cato or start a new one that always nccommou to your boors without being either go or loo jmnll ono that grow your library mind IL Tlio Elastic BooKCaoo Is the original and only uptodefo sectional and Is modo by or such roodsIn the world furnished W a variety of I el rid will JIlts l 9tb mr sires 4 Iwok cnse always lrrt E Ice sr r book ca o rndes h rcw iii yracxsecxi mira f i3 rr reLtt iliffrirf vPtJS Hero we gc heel and heck make Iho youngster shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy lips extra solid heels are11 what make I tool Pun cown out tot any end nl Its n system of units each unit filled with the perfection dust proof roller or will send catalogue on request F G HURT LANCASTER KY 1 to requIre- ments nut well be to show IhcIII If you colt elect v tad t 1- s double wear in every pair BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 There 5M I Youll Get Sairfactlon There ia Mono Actual Comfort in a pair of White Houso in other shoo you could buy i jJ 1r j no t r r Jr because they ore built on scientific Mace of correct lost form which means foot comfort u7hlto House s fit Iho tart snugly vlthout cramping cover n Urrjq v range of styles rind lath Tide glace every ono tjiq d stylo ho wants and t a popular price t V J Whlto Hocoa Sliocj Vr Idco Uouso SJioca f for Men for Voinw 330IfitOO 3003400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Osborne Cutting Harrow I American Field Fence A omploto lino of furniture and on installment plan nest 28 gungo ro l iron 3 orliiipcd rooflng nt f216 a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard Co i- Bryantivilla Kentucky r f Shoca lt1ft ttl J1tIjq Plows 5 J l fi 1 and jilt t 4 I 1 oto Yes 3 d1t A COMPLETE LINE OF IliII y t a vi Varden and Its ChocolatesSchr jjfr Leprrirf 1 L i F lM1 d r 1I li f rPhone 181 1 In every size package kinds Call and see us before buying i s T IMC A s Phone 181 All Ir r R U ITS FOR C SR J r L Za SI S O tbJ of iC M P7LJ Go About People vev A Brkt MW M W MM uA Wh Ford It at homo to spend a few days Senator O T Ii at home for tho holidays Mrs W R Cook returned from Phlladolphla Wednesday Mr II A Hoeing was In Richmond for a short slay this week Dr and Mrs W S Klkln returned Saturday to their home In Atlanta Mra Alexander Kennedy visited friends In Lexington Wednesday Mr 0 wife of Cmlngton are visiting relatives here Mis Bessie Singleton Is In Hcrei fur a visit to Mrs George M Patter ion Miss Mary Dull It visiting tier sis Wit W T Malone In Campbells vllle Master Rtcbsrd Davis Is vUltlng his grand parents Mr andJMrs Qeo Dal lard Welter of Lexington Is spending the holidays with homo folks Miss Null Rice of Paint Lick Is the guest of her friend Miss Mettle Ad area Ion R HTomllnson went to Far go North Dakota on professional bus nets Mr and Mrs Ernest notion Camp bell of Stanford are guests of Mrs Joanna Hall Dr J J Purxey of Deadwood Kouth Dtkuts was the guest of Mid Dtrtha Sanders Mrs Win Farnaugb of Omaha will arrive this weak fur a visit to Mr and Mrs Ranks Hudson Miss Frankye Kaufftnan was In Richmond several days with her cousin Van Orecnleaf Horace Walker left hit week for Washington D 0 whore he has been tendered a lucrative position Mr and Mrs Walter Hammack of Paint Lick have been recent guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Champ Clayton Wearen and sister of Lower larrard were guests last week of Mr and Mrs A F Sanders Mlssea Mile Yantls and Kathleen Walter were the gueiti or Miss Bessie Mantle of Stanford last week Mrs H A Hoeing and little niece Miss Martha Ward Sweeney were In Lexington tlia put week visiting Mr and Mrs J M Mount have ar rived to spend the holidays with his parent Mr and Mrs J R Mount Mrs Sainl Hasrldcn entertained at a party on Monday afternoon for her little suns J R and Samuel Duncan Misses Hattlo Doty of Richmond are expected Saturday for a VIMt to fielr father M Jesse Doty Anna Lear of Hamilton College Lexington Is at homo with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Lear Miss Angle KlunaUfl n valued teacher In the D D Institute Dan vllle Is at homo for the Xu as hell days The Misses Shugars were In the City the past week visiting friends and doing some Xmas shop Maret and daughters MlMea Joe lichen and Wadle Leo leave shortly to spend the winter In Florida Mesdamcs McClelland Johnston Win Collier left Saturday for a vUlt to their mother Mrs Mare of Nlchol aavlllo Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey left Tuesday morning fur Ohio Indiana and Illinois to visit their daughters and brother Lynchburg Va came Thursday t spend the holidays Mrs June llurnildo and daughter MlM Annie lieu left tills week to vis It Mr and Mrs J Vincent Arnold of Birmingham Alabama Miss Emma Hughes Hays and brother fright Hays of Stanford ti for several days uf Mr lion Mantle LM of HamU ton College at Lexington li at homo Y cNn yThere tit I ji tt C f f it A Mcltobflrla and ii f r I J 11 I tt l t f IrfI I f Miss f D It 1 1 I Jr IS I rr and JeliSlo r lu Sue r ails Jr I ir I J Nancyh f 1 r I were James A 11111 e OMp Wa IMaaalelt Fart j r 1 r fir Mtu Ethel f l Mrs y pS r r k t pin- yS Sallie t 41e and- S L c ti t t L Ir i and Mra r l with her parents Senator and Mrs R L Hubble for the holidays MlM Edna Kavanaugh Is at homo from Seminary Nashville to spend time holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs A W Kavanaugh Mica LouUo Kauffman and brother II O KaHllman of St Louis are at homo to spend the holidays with their mother Mrs Emma Kauffman Dan Collier Elkin who M attending came Wednesday to spend tho noil Phi Ipps Academy of Andover Mass days with Ida parents Mr and Mrs Robert L Elkln Mr and Mrs RE Hughes and little daughter Margaret of Louisville are expected for a yhlt to Lancaster rela tives for the holidays Mr Harry Bright and R Graham Price of Danville passed through Lancaster the latter part of last week on a limiting trip near Dripping SpringsMr Mrs Win Collier and little daughter Mary Johnston left for Plntvlllc where Mr Collier has accepted a position with Limo nell Jclllco Company Mesdames J C Robinson R E Henry and Miss Helen Robinson leave next week Tilt to Mesdamcs O M Richardson of Lexington and Wm Junes of Winchester Mr and Mrs Den Letcher of New York have been visiting Mrs 1C L Poor They left Wednesday to visit friends In Danville and will go from there to Louisville to spend time hol idays laving told my Millinery I am ask log all Indebted tome please call and settle before January 1st at that 1 shall in of an collection fMrs Slung For IB Year Indigestions pangs trying many doctors and 120000 worth of medicine In vain H F Ayscuo of Ingleslde N C at last used Dr lungs New Life Pills and writes they wholly cur ed him They euro Constipation HUlousncss Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c at R E McUubcrts 1m MT HEHKON J M Vanderpool who recently sold his farm hero has bought near Lexing ton paying 9180 per acre Mr Qeo Johnson wire and little son of llltfh Bridge were the guests of relatives hero a part of last week Mr 11 A Duncan sold to Mr Joel Marsco and son eight calves at 1160 per head Mrs Charlie Duncan and children of Cincinnati wero with her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs 0 A Bruce last Thursday night MlM Ollle V Crawford has been suffering from an attack of Orlpp Mr A S Dean boughtof Mr Chas Duncan some corn at 8225 per barrel Mr Willie Johnston and mother of or High Bridge visited relatives hero from Tuesday until Thursday Mr Sam Duncan sold to II R Mont gomery 29 of laud near river fur 1320 Mr and Mrs Will and litho sun Max of Lexington wero with relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Eld Grow visited frleuds at Danville Saturday night H r Heart Wat Broken because her complexion was bad and she could tlnd nothing to clear It up Ladles a bad complexion Is caused by an Inactive liver An Inactive liver will be put In perfect condition by taking llullards Hcrblno The liver regulator Sold by R E Ira JJUCKKYK Mrs Jcnnld Broaddus has been on the list lesi Jos Fannie Mao Mlles hiss loturncd to Louisville after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Mlles Misses Jennie DIckerKon and Ruth Ray students of Normal School at Richmond are ut homo for the holidays Mrs J O children have been visiting Ijer parents at Moreland Raney of Loyd was the guest of Miss Katlo Dickerson last week Mr and Mrs Porter Wearren and children visited Mrs Martha Ander son Sunday Mrs rigg of llaiea visited relatives hero last week Wards fur a accounts nds tor Ale alkor tick ul cos at DOlClo and Llda ijlt1lle bugle Monday t fie trace n the acres Kentucky unequaled Lu n m lac ors a- Miss time M lea Mae and Mr JlltVANTHVILLE Mr and Mrs Ike S Dunn wore In Lexington tlili week EPzabeth Robertson who has been with MrsC C Decker this as trimmer left Wednesday for her home at Crothersvlllc Ind Miss Robertson made a number of friends hero who regretted very much to see her leave M IBS Kato Farllo Is assisting lu the store of Becker Ballard Co this week MlM Mamie Dallard camo home Thursday after spending three weeks with her aunt Mrs W T Woolfolk at Lexington Mr George Patton Is here from Louisville visit to his father Mr D F Patton Mr Jesse Perkins of Louisville Is at home the holidays Misses Katie Barnes Dlckerson Jane and Cecil Howling have been on the sick list this week A number of young folks surprised Miss Elizabeth Robertson at the home of Mm C C Becker Thursday night The evening was delightfully spent The regular Quarterly Meeting services were held nt tho Methodist church Saturday and Sunday Rev Robertson preached several line ser monsMr and Mrs Walker BurnMde of Richmond are visiting Mr 11 F and family be a Christmas tree at the Methodist church Friday after noon at three oclock for the S S All of the children are urged to be pre sentMr Sam Failco and Miss Mattie Deane of Jessamine surprised their fi lands by diving to Danville last Saturday and being married by Roy Garrison We wish them much happiness Miss Pearl Aldrldue of Stanford M visiting her sister Mrs J II Dur hamMr Joe Haselden of Lancaster has been visiting his fattier Mr J S Haselden Looking On Beat Its a womans delltiht to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sores and bulls rob Ufa of joy Listen Buck lena Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes Cold Sores Cracked Lips Chapped Hands Try It Infallible for Plies 25c at R E Mcltoberts 1m PAINT LICK JosephThe pjoplo of this community are grieved to learn of the death of Mr Gilbert Mison which occurred Mon day at Ida home Ills wife and clll dren have the sympathy of the com munity Woods Trcadwav have a full and complete line of dry goods and notions and aro doing a hustling business Miss M Louisa Rico has returned from a visit to relatives at Winchesters Mr Burdetto Ramsey has bought tho farm and home known as the Wed die farm lie and family have moved from Indiana and wo welcome them backMr W D Hammack has returned from Cincinnati where ho has a full stock of dry goods The Misses McWhorter ore at home from school at Richmond to spend the holidaysMrs MuCormack of and Mrs L P Rice of have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Q 0 Rico Mrs H L Wallace visited In Lan caster last week Mrs W F Champ has returned to her homo In Lancaster after a visit to Mrs W D Hammack Mrs A 1 Estrldgo and daughter Kmma wore In Lancaster shopping one day last Mr W S Fish has gone Into bus Incas nt Stanford and will move his sunny there Wo regret to loco them Quarterly meeting services wero hold at tho Methodist church here Sunday and Monday conducted by time dls tilotSupt Rov Stratum H J PATRICK DentistAll Work Guaranteed Paint Liok Kentucky s at 1408 48 p I for a for where will many II O n ur purchased Winchester RIch- mond IHeII tat 1 tin season Patton ar a at weak Fruit and ipTa of BalerllcVs ntaurant Wantcol IIII1 Brothers at McCrcary have at rocktot Attention Ferriage will bo ovr Kcntuci river arebouse MXlngtonl Notice Notice Is that I wji mskk appllcaUfff to rc Kentucky John Million This Dec 2 1009 1210lt pd Public S lo Having sold my farm I will on TH bldde goods J T Raney Last Saturday betty His kid dollar bill WTe dollar bill and Vfss than a dollar In change Reward If returned to this onice 2t Moimd more ycostutrllle mes GILES Raymond Davis bought a nlco milk cow from Ben Humphrey for 135 A C Mlles recently taught some hogs from W B Ray at 0 cents per poundWo aro glad to report that Mrs Raymond Davis who has been very sick is Improving Forest Stapp sold some hogs to Noise Davis for 7 cents per pound Miss Blanche StotU entertained a number of her young fi lends very pleasantly last Monday night We aro sorry to report that tho handsome little son of Mr and Mrs Tom Floyd la very sick Riley Davis had a nlco horse to dlo lout week Luo Murphy bought a calf from Moras Murphy for 114 Raymond Davis made a lying trip to Lexington last week Tho handsome little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeff Watts Is very sick at this writing Rich Gifts Are Poor beside ibis 1 want to go on record that I regard Electric Bitters as one of limo greatest gifts that Cud has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhlnovault of Vestal Center N Y I can never forgot what It hits dune for me gliriousuiedlclneglves a woman buoyant spirits vigor of body and Jubilant health It quickly cures Nervousness Sleeplessness Melan choly Headache Backache Fainting and Dlizy Spoilt soon builds up the weak aljlng and sickly Try them 600 at R E MoRuborls 1m IN 1NIS COLUMN Zmmlr vIftl Ii Jt ItJII 1hot tI J1 wr Ul3 per pvund- a lCII All klnda s ltaurau t I I rrnao for ood n flea laCQt Dj 11 TIT ttmas 121O3t celved they a 123 Paint b O E MI YOU f FINE IT mss at- Balerlie It Got p ur CI mu c kee star Ileas rant Itto 12 t Eng e a pl at Balerllen es Lauren f d Christ s e- rUMtaed ttmtttt t I kl at mo 240 chYo can anytllog Chile inner at al tauran It- Ip La y distrlbutct nod of n Lan star S Bu art Cln clon It pd car to i1 of fu It at se prices fry p all Lob t U n tral Ke tue Kentuc 12341 here give Lb Cove the par Aaron Wan day December 11 t tllo I eat allot stock r tools and hu se 1334 dl Lodi aft oon D Rob tt dru re am Jo ore a mail se of on es contain Mini assaying The Hardest Test of All The difference hi rf a room from lay to day affects sonic Only the most care fully made atmospheric changes I pii s will wrthsta such t 1 r teen eratrlr i vae ea rt Hamilton in just the style case you prefer r fJt iaV Eleotion Notice TOYS AND FIREWORKS AT McRoberts Drug Store TG re rrlll Des semi Deldt Then lthIrerioee etional- goreoresan rderrw dlnor the flag re ton t r heeoroing p r Decal DFI Cuhier OW remarkably well made then a piano must to stand the climatic changes of I Such tests are being up day to the Hamilton Piano It is a great favorite in foreign countries be cause of marvelous stay ingintune quality and because its tone always remains the same under all conditions Hi is fact alone shows its wonderfully durable nstruction it a at so attractive a price We have allcountries pliedevery I I k today Songs of Long Ago famous old mel odies in book form words and music complete If not convenient to call fill out and coupon FREEBeginning ct F G HURT Lancaster ntucky Send me a coy of Songs of Long Ago as offered in your advertisement Address If possible give us below the name of someone you think should have a uew or wants a player piano Your name will not be used Address 4f If r I Name r ame L 4 Christmas ALMOST HERE N H I y IS and for your Christmas baking you cannot afford to use any but the best flour wblch is of course the OBELISK Dont run the risk of spoiling the bread the pudding the pie the cake Order some OBELISK FLOUR today and make sure of that part of your supplies for the feast Barrel 700 Half Barrel 375 BANKS HUDSON We wish to say to the public that TIlE POX STUDIO husnt boon open regular for somo timo but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Costa in and get the best PHOTOflS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO I io t sv N f e e s l ln l t Upon Smokes Freely Burns Longer and Tastes Better Than Cigar Made i n 0011101 Ugamok i a jJ jAnw Any Other San IAaterdrx A I be delivered fii here by notified tlmtilu shove firm will not receive bbacco front DC be by phone or mall to avoid trouble and expense and save time T 0 Bikln iioHto W 8 Shropshire tine 3 gutted gatidlo horse for 1276 1 want to trade a vuhmi plow tot lame good hay J R M ant H r J t tiullcy bought of T K Wilcr rendered Jersey cow tot V 1 Hamilton s Id t II a limn lltin a lot Of Sucre In Duncantown for 1300 For gaud per Apply to Bright Fox of Danville botwht a o nice mutes in purls last week They were shipped here rues day and driven tliroiiuli to Danville J II Duuithman sold to V U Rub Insbn of Boyle a lwi jcarold mulo to V I Uurlon of u mule for the same money lutcilir Journu W n Burton VU Flovd Qf Hustotivi 0 mules fur 1800 one of J II Uau lnnan of Stanford for John Foster for 135 i Land for Sale i One hundred and flft acres of nod vllle Will sell Call on J E llublnson W I Durton sold to Balrd Mann of Lexington 12 miring mules at 120 each He also sold W S Shropshire a galled saddle horse for 350 and a S saddle Jiorso for Bourbon county farmers hare orttar Ized a Farm Improvement League the purpose of the league being the beautifying and Improving the turn In the Blue Grass section A limo wash which has been found a good prVtectluti for trees rab bits If simply t wet enough unslackcd lime ti the point of consistency add a llfle carbolic acid to the substance and paint the trunks of the orchard trees Horses and Mules Want W B Burton Lancaster Ky Bio Tobacco Receipt Tje best estimate that can be made on the amount of tobacco received this season after all that has been bought shall have been delivered U In round numbers from 3 500000 to 4000000 pounds The prices this week will averse 14 cenlf It Is sllll pouring lute the warehouses 60000 pounds being delivered Monday which was ordinary days receipts A press dispatch from London re that Mr FaIlle a wealthy has refused an otter of 280 000 for a three year Old thoroughbred liavardo So tar as turf history Roesthls h the largest utter evr made for a race horse As a two year old Bayardo won 07000 Ills winnings this seaStin amount to 133095 which brings his total wlnrlttgs to date to over 200000 Alone In A Saw Milt At Night unmindful of dampness draft storms or cold W J Atlclns worked as Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on bit lungs At last he had to give up work Ho tried many re medics hut all tailed till he used Dr King New Discovery After using one bottle ho write I went back work as well as ever Severn Colds stubborn Coughs Inflamed throats and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure from ulotlons medl 0a and I Trial free UUirantced by U K McBoberts 1m Husband You never me except when TOU wait some money Wife Well liitt that enough Judge To Wako Lay liourbon Egg Producer supplies ole In various grains need and grasses which causes the food to produce Instead of fkt A few doses In the feed will make your hens lay amazingly cry Hand see bold It MountCo Public Si Haying sold my lot I will my rwildtfiila UT Klrknvllle Ky sell to the I one 1 Jersey milk cow giving n llons rlcli hulk per Also nil of my household anil kitchen furHliure good leave hell forcibly tittle 10 a m MHSopJunv Where willy it a It W P VrtwHt Bw Ky l t T I C to bacco to J tin lie CO to Tent Isternrc nil cetnber 24 tIt Jttnttary aud and dates d l cry after this tiute lit C J SaleA ruck rusher cundtton II cr h rods Will U e or IIloc 1 Swlnebruad and bUllhl of I 175 and land well Imp lived t d road tou t ryantt a bargain three d 250 against an Night this cln 00 Hen I meats tuullrt by J sous onlUWWA Y nlER 28 100U at hg tour Ever lllll 1JIU U am illllnit to wilt Anyone I nl stack kind fur J t 4 endrmAIIIi1ie e Mu- hhosc who Sold tacit for mint l u fill a stiilaj 1 uilhestc for250 Lancaster threeyeat old Nurse oueof ells on good es leon do horses Any one It vine ho a or ules to sell willpru t by se n me 1 will buy them a any me n give the ce here r rJ Englishman cults a i to- Y L bottle kiss often eggs t art EC t i ttt any to isve ysaeuasule t- p r iiUKNA VISTA Ifcto igatierliijt I the order of the day Miss Mary and Mtrgnret Asking nc Cnmpankcl by their brother Howard I spent Saturday with Mrr U II lint ton In Ilarrodsburtf Tom Skinner who Is engaged In leaching lihlleld will sound the sunders ut hum Mr and MM John Ktvctlof Hantey spentSimday wllli Mr Dud Mrs Hugh Christopher Mrs Pan ho Lane will close the public school at Llmlctdalo Filluy entertainment consist Ing of appropriate recitations arid dialogues At tho close the pu lH l receive there annual CuHatiiius treat from the teacher Miss Myrtle Ruble teacher the publlo school Hero will entertain her piipllrt Friday iifUrnoon with n benu tlfnl tree Mis Miy me Bastln of Lancaster will spend the holidays with her cuu sins the Misses Skinner Mr and Mrs Hugh Christopher will spent Xmas with rclHtlws at Lexing tonChar Rubinson and mother have moved to their farm near Burgln The community at large regret very much Mr and Mrs Koblnsm We commend them to the resident of Burgln A T Set U and family have moved to his farm recently purchased from Chas Robinson Mr J II Etslcy been ser lusly III with threatened appendlcllln U much Improved Ora Florence and MiM Fanny Up ton were united hi Mr Florence Is n woitliy young man and Upton pretty daughter of Mr and Mrc John Up tonThe Electib Traction GJ of Rlch mord has a plan on foot which mater alzed will be of great benefit lo tai end of the county Their Intention Is to erect a 175 foot dam across Dlxs river near Kennedys mill and put In u power house of 300CO horse power The electric power produced will be sufflclent to supply the surrounding counties v l omit u radius of 60 miles A new binge will span Dix river from cilff to cliff and traction cars will operate In I nls sect 1jii of the county Uepresentatives of the company have beets pushing the scheme op llii having been taken on nearly all button lands both on the Mercer and Garrard sides Commissioners Sale of Laud QARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Sallle AMuet Pialnfff vs Joe Helen Maret Defendants Uy virtue of a judgment In the Jar rard Circuit Court Court rendered at Its November term IIHIO In the above htylid action I as Mtater Commis sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 27th 1000 between the hours ofUu 01 and 2 p m It being County sell to the highest and bidder at the Couit HOUHO door Lancaster Oar rard Cu Kf an bounded as follows the Danvlllt JSIcholasvilloaitl Lan caster road on the waters of Dix River Fork Beginning in the middle of the aforesaid turn pike road corner to Patton thence leaving pike and Patton N 81 W 15 U4 chants to his cur net W 380 challis to a M ike In said line a corner to A U Mmtgnm ery thence with his line S 82 E 1758 the middle of the ufuresuirl turnpike rood thence with middle of same 11 E 331 challis to the containing 667 acres Said will be sold as a whole the same being conveyed to Sallie A Leavfl now Mirel Joe Helen Maret and Wade Leo Maret by deed dated Sept 27th nnd recorded in deed book No 20 In Clerks made fur ut maturity A lien sold for purchasd moneyJ U ROTIIWELL MasterComr Garrunl Circuit Court Hnrndon Si Hrndi n Attys for fill This Jet 01000 POSTEDThu undersigned nereby give warn lUll to all persons not to trespass upon our hinds for any purpose whatever ab we will prosecute ul offenders to fullest extent of tho law Hunters and Fishermen especially lake notice Jno M Farra H i Ire Parsons W S Ferguson Kd N II Irlco V Herrlnu W A Price W S Embry S L Rich MrHlWKInnalrd TA El In nave Thompson J W Sweeney KTIUoe Jail Sutton Mrs Rebecca West U K K Danlols I U Anderion HO Arnold W 0 Anderson II C Hamilton li II ion the Correct Tim to or cold us soon IN It ptarUothen there will bo no danger of pneumonl or consumption Ju r a vf lUUurdn Hor hound Syrup taken at this start wll stop the coutib If U been ui UIIK w or sometime the treatment will be lonuer but cute In sure Sold by B E MoHobarti 1m t af Sn IUI lit to lose mllrrul last lolls Et tint b t raid tu Ke tue the real rap III Oar On the Ide of and alt Sculls with SIll a stake S 4 ego Oa rard title sal s r rrlrnel lent tn property for he belie ur the plain tilt and dents he SaId sale ill be t do on t credit ot six mouths Id the urchaser will bo required to xecu buud wIth pa able o tho undersigned Master Co ner pur chase none bea lit cent Inter eat Kn m m ot sale until rah tI torco and effect of a po which It not also b upon the land the ayment II 1 I stop a cough la lust few has r 4 at with r who has a Wednesday the described tyahtuatd 1 s turn 321 beginning l 50 the purpose other in- TERS miss Open per f web dlsea the 1- i Commissioner Hale I GAilllAltDUlllCUlCOUKT it U Bpuonninoro etc rlnlitllTn VS Isbam Uutd W Defendants Ill virtue of nr Our taro Clicuil Co November Terlil IMiu li the abateittylcd uctlon abuser will on MONDAY UEOEMUEU27 1UOO between Ihu hums of 10 u m und 2 p 1111 IK being County Court day Boil to till bid best ut th jCourt House dour hi Lunciibtcr Our tUrd County Ky tile following de scribed real prupuity- Lylutf und being InQarrard county In tile seventh ties which bjundarlcs however lie adjacent to cauh outer und are to all IntJiitH and purples oho bounduty the drat boundary us fol lows ut a und fence III lliic to his corner to lot No 2 J t llnhloJi part thence ih tutu No 2 K IDi W 7 43 chains to a stake nt a fence IdSBinr tlienco wliA said ledge S 73 F 368 chains N 2tV 868 chimes N 76 W 817clntltiMfN 60J 260 chains N 80 W 645 ton point In or near the nMdio it County curlier to said No 2 curlier to part allotted tlienco with road and In the road corner In lime S 61 W 225 post same B 761 W 4 00 chain to a si ake corner to same Inline to thence with lih 671 E passing mldoln of county road at 1707 In all to the beginning containing Twenty Four aud Eighty acres 2180 being a pirtof lot No 1 which was allotted Sarah Spoonnmnre and her children of Fifty Seven acres 57 The boundary conveyed tn Sarah by John vV Miller u alnst ilollls Spoons more and others In cult Couit by tired record In the Oarrard County clerks oftlce deed book No 12 page 44U I The second of land li de scribed as follows lietrlnnliiK at a jako corner lo Abram Hollj with his line S 57 E 1201 chains stake In his line corner to the acres nllotcd to Mrs Spommniorc il nre with hue of HHtne last named K 400 chains tj a dead tree or used HH a gate curlier to thence N 61 E 225 chains to a corner to sumo S 87 E 7 00 chains if a point In middle of county road to same tlienco with middle of siffi road N 17 W 444 chains to a point middle i f road r o to lot No 2 part 23 E 3 70 chilis f W pausing to lot 401 chains In all 631 chains to In middle of road curter to J F Rubles other lands thence leaving road and with said Uublo N 881 W 1762 chains to a stake corner to hxtne In line la Abrnm Holly thence with said Holly S2 W 1281 chains tl tho bfglnnlnK Tlility Two and Twenty hundredths 3i20J boundary of acrei contains and ncludes the 320 acres which wero allotted to Sarah for her hotnettiad Ihliboundary of land Is the same land de scribed the deed that was made by John W Miller Master Cummlol mnr fur the Ourrurd Circuit Couit to said H 0 atid others In the case of Sarah Spoonamore BKalnstHol his and others bv deed now of record li Ourrnrd County clerks odlce decd book Nu 12 4r 2 but as stated the s Thirty Two and Twenty undredths of nn acre 3220 A Include tlm Tnrco and Twentv 20 A alloted to Sarah for her homestead I Said property will best whole but as heretofore stated Uie two boun dudes above sot out to each other and to all In tints and poses they wll bosuld one The two s to Fifty Seyea uJes 57 A front said boundaries Is a grave yarn which coif alns about Sixteenth of an acre which nn the county road mil 1 close to the residence Excluding the said grave yard the two are to he sold together containing Fifty Seven Said sale Is n the purpose of distributing till price cds among the pi ilntHTs und herein ac cordlnu to rights and the shares of Infant defendants Ethel Mill Sarah Curd shall lien upon the land bcailna Interest until defend quired bv section 493 of the Civil ode TERMS Said sale will be mudoon a credit of six und 12 months und the purchaser will bo required to execute security to the Commissioner fur said purchase mon ey bearing 0 cent Interest front dale of sale until paid up on which execution may not paid at maturity the same having thin force arid effect of a Judgment A Men will also be upon land sold for tho pa mentor the purchase money J M nOTITWELL Master Pomr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atly fur Plalntllls This Dec 0 1000 So Kind TlUie My husband writes btnutiful Millie Yts I know I have a drawer full of them Exchange Farmor Tako Notice Epidemics cinna In tho Fill and Spring und every year fiousmids of farmers lose their hog Hourbon Hog Cholera Uomedy prevents and cures cholera und other Infectious dl eusef A few may save the uf your entire herd Bold by J It Mount ti Co about yourself when youre crippled with rheumtttlsm or stilT Joint of course yuuvotiMdlgUuf tbliiK und they failed Try Snow Lit Itrfenl It will drive away all adieu inanndiiilffnei aUld Ivuva you AS well us you ever were tiulil by K I tdgt ilL t uttered ilL 1 Muter 110 UIIII III 11111 lit ko Chrlll pier to said h 110 W c ants d to IImore II rldle f 44 loins lit s point tutddh of I d thence Oil lit wild and hi part a w n stake corner a des I e or sting HfI carne o t said was Gartlud Icult Gonrt of Sarah tile Garrard nrfY on bound y fl a 24 N Bl sit II pint sat sit e corn r ear miter sa ne n d tied to F rlieucn with rllnt and Ith Irtlllo or road N 3N dial N 4 W 328 chants 13 N t lilt 3 In page es Spoona re I celt A boundary bUllt I rI pieces which acres more or ss yard Is reserved and Is Id rrs I to Cur d remll a guardian rei luve letters now I U Mallards i bt and etc it the rte des rtbud I curlier saldSnlro with said palt817 same still wl sal 700chniisln chains to used agate Abram line- S t Master Oununlsslbner- of then uble 150 31 earner 2 acre HundretitsAc 3 ass ero grave it lhdl payable annum 1 duos loss Dont Hopeless 1tu- r n r IMMMXIMimoOMMOM FARMERS COLUMN p ce below tide for of our ftrmtr itibterlbcn U for of smock hd sash thins on Urn it the Idea cnunol ntford lo df r Hi No soda will W teerptod over tour hints sad will two lanes of lUconu frv D chute 1 luvo shocks of fodder for sale or will take some cat la to eat sama Scot t Itiicna Vista J tl Thompson of Pronchersvlllo has five 300pOund and live 225 pound moat hOuN fur BI nt 8 cents Ihiivo four nlco Jctsey cows for solo They will bo frush In January A stay Lord Ky WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Good Coal And Salt cheap for cash Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber A Paris lady has three hens that have beat the worlds record for Inytng A Plymouth Rock lieu that has never before set laid In one year 02 eggs a Huff Orphlngtun hen uroduced In one year 281 eggs and another of the same breed 1 lid 233 eggs In one year The total number of eggs pro duced by the three hens Is 800 Fruit Tree Information No more spraying fruit trees If you use Grimes Insect Powder By a long careful study I a powder that when to the roots of fruit trees kill all worms Insects and stop ifinu scale It Is perfectly harmless vegetttlon Anyone wUhes t ic cull C T Gtlmes 400Q 01 at Lancas ter Thhls the tin OK to pay at tention lo your Pd1234 Grimes MAHKSItUltV Mr J II Easley has been very sick fur the past few days Mrs James Sutton reccnty sold 32 turkeys fur Mrs Sutton under stinds how to manage poultry fur prutlt as the usually receives as much clear money from the Lute as au ordinary farmer The sale of W S Carrier last Sat urday was well attended and every thing brought splendid prices Mr Carrier wll move to the first of the year Rev Spouse of Danville will be overSunday to MM appointment at the church This sermon wll disc a three years pastorate with the Fork congregationMr Elkln although 80 years old Is Mill fond of the chase Will e out tux hunting u few nights ago he dismounted tram his purse to timid his way more clearly when he tuft hU fact lug and tell about 5 feet over a cliff a tree just below him breaking tho tall Mr Robt Speaks to his farm purchased of J M Eager Mv Blanks moved last week to the faun boujiht of M Robert Smith Mr Smith will go lo Dinvlllo to er tr the carpenters profession Willie Rogers who Is recover lug from a spoil of typhoid fever has taken pueumoi BANISH INDIGESTION AND HIGH 1IBD JILOOD AND PKIIFEOT IIKAIFII WILL FOLLOW Any stomach ailment Inqludlpu oil farina of digestion can promptly cured by UHlnu M J uu cnUtlo treatment uisurD It stars fureutir of iraa and of sour sick head aches almost Ml o na hiss cured itmsunds of hope less cases and Iti power to In vlKornlo und stomach to perfect luiils kmlwn wlioroyer the EiiKllul I Mlona ci t by building up by banishing tin WUSP II cures tea and car l jkiicH vumtlii of almost linnudlutil II K MuKuli arts selU MlJua it large box and guarantees It to cure or mon ey hack 1 Mriw reUved I bo distressed anti cuiidUloii of the stomach and I became ublo to pat and properly digest my rood Mlcom Smith London Out cutanh or money back breathe It III I iuluOwf 1 Ext boUto4Wo PruwjW stole use Iud rln the about 300 I PoultryFRESH hay perfected a lied w pu en wrl hits tee U TJ 7200 tI b t 61 I rill olchlnll t sate fun and lmnedh n IIlty Wit u- Che cnn tg Is pregnancy fur 60 cents Joel I eMeteeeeee4suneeNe beading h the sire the role he only hr r Otis Joint if1 BeNorthcott1 eggs year feathered Lancaster lit has moved lots a used buy age spoken ail orablo flYOM El Publlp Sale Having decided 1 DEOKMHKII 30th i009 nt my place t of of thud wooden below hoar Iliibblv Ky Danvlllopiko At 10 oclock N m ijtfr fur sale the properltl 1 corn pluntor check row nt one good HHIIOV ono set of and plow lmrncs one frumei iittn if mares two horses and title old title good brood mars In Nabnlh gonucfor wotnrh drive two good ono fresh III Ft nruiin 3 unwl hags wnlgh about 100 lh Irish pot ii too BO good sorghum nm and hocUlcads liUfles chairs dressers rltffntil M end innny other things too Ui mention Terms made known on day of solo It F SLOAN J Hubble Ky c go West II tin mile Nutlh J title Mlo I lilt tKclllnell II UII U une cu tl yaUlt Unit II to twu 1 Wit II aid 8 IJrkr good work mUltI both two r t to mill UII eat hu ItlllII of lIr I helI also my hnusehuhrt k Ilc lei ltlfl consisting lit lit tennis lu H a P a tit butyl one mowing- uiuchioe barrow ttrruhnt lluws buggy pall foal ezi ihsif tots COLUMBIA DoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine nnd outwear nny other in the world Double value your money I Call Get a catalog I P GHURT COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES GTTARAKXEED ATISFACIOK OB MONEY EEPUNDED R U McRoberts Drug Sore Cream Vermifuge for KILL THE WITH Disco FOR PRICK 100 OLD Trial BoUlo wIIITEN records huh Y Sims free THE OUmiTEEl WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CtWtRC Of IMITATION THI NuiNC rnirnfto ONLY T Liniment CtT LOUie MO MoRoborta Drug Store 200000 Mr Luther Cuthrle of Beaufort N C spent money freely In employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache Ho writes One bottle cf Cardul did my wife more good than any thing the has taken for ton years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 30000 for doctors bills for her but did her any good She has taken two bottles of Cardul and It has done her two thousand dollars 2000 worth of good Just as as It made I shall have Cardul In my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain In limbs feelings dragging down etc Cardul has been found to be an effectual wait you are all Try CardUI at once Sold y ywhw- eK4I DIlard Snow noth- Ing Is ditty till a8 CARDUI lour Pens rundown Kitchen Is Better Than Aunt Because It is and iaveH your spun aluminum re stamped with the any other cook Ing mentis ma Is guaranteed by the ntyfivo years It Is wholesome and hyulenlc no danger of metal poisonnjr annot chip Into tho food because pure SPUN Alumi nom expands with tho heat and will not crack scale or peel like tho old style ware Enamel ware Is Iron coated with col Ptcd Heat causes the glass to chip on food In minute particles which taken into the stomach is apt to cause serious troubles cancer accord ing to some medical authorities 1892 Pure Spun Aluminum Ware Is made from solid Aluminum coating of glass and expands uniformly under heat It cannot crack scale peel like the out of utensils it docs away with aK possible danger from this source You owe yourself and to every member of Uft household to give this new and ware a practical test If it fail o do what is claimed for it you Jpct money a quibble r word At your dtalers J Enam I mOl y time and I tho The 1 outlast f pu I J J If throughoutno J dat ehnmelcll j bette itchen yo backwithout cro J 1892 Pure PtinAIumI dim i WAre f unit genuine P t t FJ t lass into the to WHY M M Fni J R MOUNT CO i THE Garrard Bank Trust Co IHCOtirOIUTKD Lanc tt r Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRODERTS J C Kubonks j Vice Pres R I Burton a Vice J W ELMORE Cashier 0 V r 19 rm A nt CuUler R Iy Elkln Book Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank We sell the best Straight Greek the market Henfey V Bastiifi at the Creamery li Pre t Free lf lW K Bq c- 1 Y I g C 0 zm W 9 rf Jon rY f d liI BEAZLEYI 45pdiYatklXlt AWAKAKrOlAgt3VKG II M Wui e f esvtat7alavrt7yttxtttxnxe a StA19Arir n slaosAlae a Alaaal sAtlrt- trfllttiiirtiir UNDERTAKER l1Fktial CayUy EIHe- o Un QI plIml all miss Wife WliPl WOK now wo have t Walk Uufora marj ne you always tithed a call JIukbttnd TUl1 vby we hays to anywhere walk uqw fULL LIMB or CASKBT9 ANU HUHUL ROE ALWAYS IK STOCK r i Uruguay Coming Industry Within flvp years Uruguay have 140000 olive oapabl ef i producing 9000000 pounds ollvtf gallon of oIl j I trees o 01 i Wilt v t a- is t s