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Frnn Tile Lauit of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofS TWENTIETH Y2AR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 11 1910 J xulcau 4s I t r t A Special price op OflbVflNIZED and PAINTED for the next ten days Lancaster Ky Roofing B J ICONN BROTHERS j H 3 j j MrJ B Collier has been quite sic from an attack of grip Mrs S P Grant who has been quit sick i reported very much improved The Womans Club met Wednesda afternoon at the home of Mrs O Bush Miss Alice Hudson Rigney is a vic tom of that prevailing epidemic mump On March seventh comes the festi vat of Saint Patrick especially by the Roman Catlu 1c church the Irish people in general The Mary Walker Price Chapter o the U D C vii I meet Monday after noon March 14th at the home of Mat ia P and Fred Frisbie Mr O L Hammack a prominent businessman of Paint Lick paid office a pleasant call Tuesday He i a splendid man and we are always to see him in town Arthur Huit white shot and slight ly wounded Jim Beazley colored with a pist 1 at Lowell last week Sheriff Ballard was promptly ou the ground arrest Hurt but he escaped and not been apprehended In a dispute over a business Rube Grant shot and slightly wounded Lewis Doty with a shot gun at Buckeye last week A warrant was promptly sworn out for the but up to this date he has not been arrested Both parties are ne groes The Bile School Institute met i three consecutive days Monday Tues day and Wednesday at the Christian church Ref and Frazae two noted sunday school workers were present and by their aid gave programs as well as some very instructive t lks The legislature adjourns Tuesday March 15th Some impo tint legisla thin has teen enacted but much more coud have been accomplished had not the wise Solons spent so much val uable time in preventing the passage of the county Unit Bil Mr W A Arnold received a gram Saturday announcing the death of his brotherinlaw Mr Hugh Hemp hill of Nicholasville The deceased was a must estimable citizen high toned Christ i in gentleman and a wealthy farmer of Jessamine county having recently sold his handsome farm He was twice married his last wife bring Miss Rella Arnold a sister of W A and W R Arnold of tLis place besides a widow and two survive lP a to P the celebrated ant tt 1 this glad to has t a i C offender ij I I HopI ins t le t C I and I Mesdames settlement w interesting I I daughters Going to Town Hart Schaffner Marx Good Clothes Makers Little Elizabeth Logan Simpson bright lisitle daughter of Mr and Mrs henry Simpson continues very ill She was taken to a Lexiigt HI infirma ry Wednesday morning By a typographical error we in our last issue that the price paid be E F Spears Son for the Mercer County Hemp was 2i cents when li should have Jbaen 51 cents per pound H Tomlinson present ed to the Council last Tuesday night an ordinance for a long distance toll telephone franchis The matter will come up for on next meet ing night so should be pres ent at this meeting Haselden Brothers have sold eight manure spreaders this season This strongly indicates the farmers of the county mean o keep up their farms Barnyard manure is the rich est feitiiizer that be had and with a spreader the farmer can get the full benefit of it on his Congressman Harvey Helm was up to see us Monday fueling good every minute over his prospect for renomi nation Mr Helm made a good record in Cdngress during the two terms he has people of this district and has friends in this county who will assist him in his en deavor to go back tojWashington The great stallion Bonney Rogers recently purchased S E Dunn of Delen Miss was hipped Tuesday The people of Mississippi by breeding to a Stal i m like immediately go into the greatest blood line Kentucky has ever produced This horse won a contest at Columbus Ohio against 8 of of Kentuckys best finishing in 208 The Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional District met in Nicholas i le March 3rd and fixed April 30th as the date on which to hold a primary in tbn district Hon William Jennings Price the candidate from Boyle county fa vored a primary to be held in Sgptem claiming that the early date would give him a fair time to get over district Popular Appointment His term of appointment having Hon J Mcrtf Rothwell retires is Master Commissioner for the Gar ard Circuit Court after six years of tfficient service and Judge Saufley appointed attorney W I to succeed Mr Rothwell His nany friends and the general public ire well pleased with the Courts se ection Mr F S Hughes who has ac leptibly served the public for many rears was reappointed Trustee of the fury Fund stated AttorneyR discussion every that n farm I as served the m y ber not the expired has Williams the qne this prospective Copyright Schaffner YOU travel more comfortably and dressbatter than our forefathers did the improvement in clothes in the last twentyfive years is as great as the change in the comforts of travel as represented by the differenc between the old stage coach and the modern limited train Hart Schaffner Marxclothes are the latest and highest development of things to wear the best clothes made and were glad to offer ihem to you as such Youll not find any suit or overcoat this Spring that will Compare in excellence of style in security of illwool quality in perfection of tailoring with these clothes SPRING SUITS 18OO to 3OOO This store is the home of Hart Schaffner and Marx clothes lv JAS W SMITH Lancaster K Hart Marx I I I 1 7 4 p z 1 z O z II z- K x Ic 4 I- j 1 Wills Probated The wills of Mr E M Ballou Mr Isaiah Jackson deceased we probated last court day Mr Balk left his entire estate to his wife Mr Nellie Btllou who was named as e ecutratiix without bond Mr Jackson left his estate to hi wife for life to be divided among five children at her death Mr S I Morford was named as executor Killing at Berea Kentucky Sam Baker was shot and killed an Marcus U Bowlin proprietor of Commercial Hotel ac Berea was injured in a fight at the hotel I is stated that Baker and nis brothel Burnam Baker raised a disturbanc and when Bowiin tried to quiet thet Burnam Baker shot Bowling who thei retreated to a rear room and with a shot gun and killed Sam Baker Burnam Baker was not injured has escaped Saufley Mr George B Saufley after an illness of some seven weeks of typhoid feve died at his home in Stanford Monda morning at 10 oclock He was a soi of Judge M C Saufley was 28 year of age and one of the most gifted am accomplished young lawyer in Ken tucky He was a splendid geutiemai in every respect and had many friend in this county who regret to hear of hi death Tne funeral services were hell in Stanford Tuasday afternoon at three oclock Statement On being asked as to the dispatcl from Washington that he had though it over and derided to accept the Dis trict Attorneysbip Hon Lewis L Walker makes the following state ment I have withdrawn from contest and will remain in Lancaste to practice law Mr Walker is one of the best law yers in Kentucky and is very popular here His many friends are glad that he has decided to remain in Lancaster Andrew Jackson On March 15th comes the one hun dred and forty third anniyersity ofth birth of Andrew Jackson He was 7th President and really the first one a selfmade man in the full sense ol the word His administration mark ed an epoch not only in political but also in material intellectual and soci il During his term the national debt was ex and the original number e the States were doubled by the admis sion of Arkansas and Michigan IK died in Nashville June 8th 1845 May we honor his memory Judge William M died in Stanford March 3rd He was 8C years of age having for many years been a resident of Lancaster but for the past two years made his home with his son Mr J L Totten of Stanford He has two children now living in Urn county Mesdames Ma Pullins of Paint Lick and Mike Ray of Buckeye and to them much sympathy is extended Judge Totten was police Judge here for several years and had many friends in Lancaster and Garrard county The funeral services were conducted at the grave at 2 oclock after noon by Elder Joseph Baftou inter ment in the Lancaster cemetery Mrs Margaret Letcher Dunn age 74 died at the home of her son Mr Cooper Dunn of Chattanooga after a illness of pneumonia Mrs Dunn spent much of her time here with her inly daughter Mrs W B Mason and held in the highest esteem by all a most consistent member of the Presbyterian church and when health she was seldom absent from ervices Several sisters and brothers survive elides a a extensive relationship State mourn death to those most deeply bereft her laughter Mrs W B Mason and son Cooper Dunn of Chattanooga is sincere condolence The funeral ervices were held Saturday afternoon t the residence of her soninlaw W Mason conducted by her pastor C C Brown with interment in ne Lancaster cemetery Petty Mrs Petty whose extreme illness was noted last week died at home of her daughter in Decatur 11 where she had been residing for everal years Mrs Petty until a few ears ago was a resident of Lancaster laving been born and reared here be ng a Romans of this vicinity our daughter Miss Scotta Petty of his place Mrs Samuel Totten ennie Brown and Mrs Ed Thur all of Illinois two sons Joe and lack are surviving children One mother Mr W and two sisters Mesdames Sebastln and Cot on also of thisplace mourn her death Another sister Mrs Jane Jennings lied about a year ago The funeral held Sunday afternoon at the res dence of W J Romans conducted by Sid F M Tinder and the a the Lancaster cemetery Another family bowed down in grief home made desolate by death of n excellent cbiistian mother whose ncecan never again be felt whose council and Ijving attention has sd forever To thesorrowing ones extended much syapathy r r and his the badly returned and the our history mat t rs second tin uiihed Totten lton Tot ten son Dunn years brief was being permit t d s throughout the her But offered Rev the Miss Urn J man J Romans was Interment Is Elizabeth the o 1- Y s SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW VITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double HASEiJDEIV BROTHERS Sg S Sfr SS Give Money A Chance By buying your Groceries ofme Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing The Wra J Oliver I tS t Harrow- S t rvt Z S Itt4 OOOOOOOOOOCO I Your I X I ir r c III ii IL e II I I I I01 0 I Plows s 4r 1 t j II I is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction It is the Strongest and RUNS LU1TER than plow market Call and see it and get prices any on the IW J Ro c tj 1- I mans Si t r 7t tti tY- y Field Seed AVe are making a specialty of Feid Seeds this sea son and have in stock the best grades of Clover Timothy and BlueGrass Seed A cir nice recleaned m NORTHERN WHITE SEED OATS I We also have OBELISK and GOLD MEDAL C FLOUR in barrels and half barrels This flour cannot be J excelled and a trial order will convince i Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON t J WoIlnMJl WHAg W 1 Ilaid ofstrictly I I JIIIIIIIIJIIIIIJIIJIIIIJJIIJIIJIJJIII IJJliIIII I L i your a Glen Lilly and White House I i r fLOUR I I Have you tried it If not you have not tried the best Dont depend alto gether on our word for this ask your neighbors they use it and can tell you how good it is Then call gro cer he will send you any amount IT you will never know just how good it is until you try it Bring us your EXCHANGE business we have the latest and best improved Corn Meal Mills made and will be glad to have your business Phone No 47 Thanking you for the patronage extended we are yours very truly GARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATE Capital Stock 5000000R E Pres Banks Hudson Vice Pres R I Pres J W Elmore Cashier U A Thomas Asst Cashier- R L Elkin Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 1 645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 OFFICERS E L President W C Fish Vice President O t Terrill Asst Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold J B Woods K G Guyn J S Burrows C Wynn E Woods W C Fish PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits Surplus and Uandivided Profits 1100000 i Y ur Banking no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank will I give it careful attention This message applies to men and women alike Come in see ns ive are always glad to see ycu The safest and most convenient way to do your bu iness is through a batik With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of exper ience the Peoples Bank Piiut Lick Ky stand ready to serve youT Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky j I i i i your I f DO NOW I i i i I i i I i tIll I i IIII I I i I I r 1111I1II iH 1111 J In I11II11 J I J 1IIIIII II J Rob rts Burto ice Bookkeeper II Wood I II WG Kemper Cashier W I I zooooo o I and j II f i I I I II j fn r o h a s r r 4 t t 1 Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag S c 1 t tt DIlAMIAC PaiDtLi kill ft 4 f HARNESS Harro N r x CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR From The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lnneaiter fry at SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky March 11 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Prc cinct and City Offices 500 Fur County Offices 1000 State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line i For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter estof individuals or expression of views perliue 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Haivey Helm a candidate to succeed himself I t Congress subject to the 1C tin of tus Democral party The Grand Jury Our public weal depends largely the action of the twelve men who take an oath to constitute the grand jury of Garrard cour ty fur any one of the three terms of the circuit court held each year At least nine members must favorable in all cases before any ir he had and no ciitninal eau be convicted of a without he is first indicted The prosecution fur mindemeanuurs may be instituted in the iuferiour couits but none of these courts have the facilities for in vestigating the acts of the wrong as has the grand jury The pub lic properly l oks to this hotly to in vestigate and originate the prosecu ton of important criminal acts There are many crimes both feloni es and unsdeineauous for which no in dictment is ever returned because there can not be sufficient evidence ecured upon which to base an indict ment against any one although the critiiinal oat may be well known However if the grand jury be suffi ciently vigilant in doing its duty tVis vi il seldom occur It is our i that the violation of law is not so g ifiTstl in the county as formerly yet tu inference Is rather convincing from the affrays reported that the present grand jury has a right fertile field for invejtigati n A felony committed is usually the outgrowth of a series of proceeding mi drmeanours and a thorough inves tijjatm will usually bring these offen ses to I ht The grand jury is safe guarded by every known to the law I u actions are secret No has the right to reveal a word or detail a single act of himself or any fellow memoer There is therefore never any excuse member of the grand jury failing or refusing to do his duty under oath without fear or favor If there any breaking the law in your community and you are in favor of good order just make it a point to communicate the facts to the member of this body from your or tell your prosecuting at t nets about it that they may see that the case is fully presented for indictment The abundance of our natural has long been our pride and boast but we have esteemed them in exhaustible and scattered them flare chaff First our game has been want only sacrificed tliuk uf the mil ins of fish that have been destroyed by blasting and by the pouring forth of lush laden waters from irrigation ditches upon the plains and the of rivers into sewers for the I removal of tile filth of cities Again think of the artesian wflls that have hen tapped and permitted i lly to run dry Oil has pour d forth in like ner and our natural gas an fiield has been treated asa nuuauce to be destroyed As we know our chief source of heat i la jtim ted to equal ihthigh We utilze but of the curl leaving the other half in the ground and it i estimated that our soft coal last but a hun dred years and our hard coal but half of that time Anttier resource that we should guard is that of our water ways Railway leaders like President Hi 1 admit that railroads can no longer handle our traffic and must be supple men ted by the livers Unlike the however the rivers are owned by the people and transportation by water is the cheapest ii the world so be made a factor in regu railway rates Let us pass from our to our water powers arid in time as in many things history will repeat itself and we wil adopt the means uf our forefathers In using water all over tin great country With our fuel supplies wood coal i and ascending in smoke the ques tin of our future source of power comes pressing That source must be found 1n and most aeasily cheaply be generated by means But If water powers are to be made effective the maiutaioed and alternations of and low water avoided So let us re well being by using our ballot to place keep in power men who regard resources as a heritage to be eon E and wisely used rather than as mine to beexploited or a treasure te es be KQ j and eo eo eo Fr II eo eo eo i dictmcnt can ft lony alp I I r leans member for a hi i locality resources I I and coal and our supply mils I Jug and ill railma is POt lt lacing waterways paver ben that can waterpower streams must hitH- and our i co 1 1t c Individual upon doers incur ma conversion t iteal power a cube f Rile one calf can ways gas elect city and equable flow o the served trovoto beiootiad- Y a 4 wan and t lei I for of to ei a j w in Be cheerful Make it a point to fee happy just as you make it a point to be be properly dressed to here liiiup One cannot be truly happy without that deep calm contentment fi ling his soul and product ig that bar monv of miid and oody that tends better health and a more vigoious mental condition Al the world loves the happy man One is alt acted to a sunnydisposi tion as naturally as a 11 ewer to the su light for s brightness con ducive to growth and through its living properties one breaks out Then away with your pessimism Time is too short to dwell on the dark side of things Forget the worries the disappoint meat forget all and everything that starves cramps the soul Look upon life not as a hardship but as a glorious privilege wherein each one should make good Issue of Aprl 8th We believe that our readers are no less interested in the general the public than is the editor of the Record Our educational issue April 8 h will have much vahiHe in foatnation on this subject We wish urge our readers especilv those who reside in Garrard County to see that as many people read this special issue of the paper as possible We lire go ng to du our best to make it ioteres flog and iisruc ive I is our earn est desire that the rising generation be educated and we are gi g to do our port i i bii king it about Assi t us in the effort by reading carefully jCard of We wish J uumpson Family Evangelistic Services The pastor Rev C Connor Brown vxii begin a series of Evangelistic Ser vices at the Presbyterian church next Sabl a h night March 13 Everybody- is cordially loci ed to attend these services which will be held each even ing at 7 30 oclock The subjects will be as f Sabl a h Evei ing Pn to meet thy God Moray Evening Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Tuesday Evening Trial before the Great Judge Wednesday Weighed in Gods Balances NEGRO KILLED AT BRYANTS VILLE Shot Twice With a Double Barrel Shot Gun On last Friday at 10 oclock 51 Jennings aged 42 years shot and inT staritly kil d Gee McCovvan a negro working for Dr W M Elliott Me Cowan was seated in front of Dicker sons store when Jennings came up the and asking is that you George opened fire MiCowan Mi af ter the first shut and crawled on Iii hands a few feet when Jennings shot him again bjl i id the ear the last shot IS said to have been the fat It is obi ned that the parties had had previous troutl Sheriff Robinson arrested Jennings and placed him in j il here McCowan lied a small pitol in his hip Docket Jennings also had a pi tol when arrested Circuit Court Judge P M McRoberts of Stanford having been appointed special Judge by the Governor convened the lar Much termof the Garrard Circuit Court on M mday The sad news c f the death of Hon George B prominent ney of the Stanford Bar a sou of the present Judge M C SauiKy came on Monday morning and on this account Judge Saufliy was unable to be at his pest As usual the large crowd which at tends the first day of court was Monday Little or no business was dune than empannelling the Peio ana Grand Juries The court could have made no selection for foreman Grand Jury than Mr McWhorterof Paint Lick Judge McRoberts charge to the Grand Jury was a strong and inapres sive presentation the duties the jury owes notonlj t itself but He called special Attention to the will ition of the local option and gambling laws and urged them to re turn huH merits wherever the facts justified the indi vilual Since circumstances require special Judge the liar and court uf fleers are glad to have McRob erts who has many friends and rtlt lives here who art always happy to see this learned lawyer and affable gentleman in county A number of murder and other felony cases are on the criminal docket but the civil docket is Small The Hon Charles A Hardin our CommpnweaHu Attorney was on hard Monday morning ready to do I is duty in that fair bonoraUe and able mar ner that has been characteristic of his serice This is the begir of Mr Hardins second term and doting the he has made friend of every person In Garrard county Our people are always happy to see the Commonwealth Attorney we belieye to be the best in the state mot ion hour Mr J E Robin son buoyed the Court that a commitee appointed to draft suitable resolu yfih reference to the death of George P Bootleg and thcrenpcn Wm Herndon W I Williams and J Robinson were selected the George BJJM fley ason br3 j 7f s s S r d f r neat to I to I life I 10and education of the Issue of April 8h to thank I our fri who were so k and houghtlu u in the late i kn S our TTa r glee lone Saul v pre t fur tUer orthe E f society- as Judge I After reported Ntn bras largerget mat ce Than s lows areP Evening arc rag aft bet C well Y ito our evious precious one and f1llo which werekurititl adopt d 4 4 udge bit 1 M n u ter c ty j er at tui f his ed by j E jj G C Saufley of the Thiit enth Judicial Circuit a member of the Liicoln ccun bar und of this bar was a young man of unusual obi iy and a forecefnl and eloquent speak tli Igent in business thoroughly devoted to the interests of his clients are the bar His attni Jinrnts and 1 is In his raady grasp mid quick un derstiuiding of the i itricate quest ions ju imprudence in all its clear reasoning and logical deduct ions from established premises kai for him a prestige rarely atained one so young in years and practice marked him as an attorney of promise and an iruament to the profesiim of the State To his father fair ity and all those who are aggrieved our hearts go out in sympathy and ask for them that con solution which comes from on High Be it resilved that these rasa lotions be spread at large on the rec orcl books of this court and that the court adj next Phurs day in honor of George B Saufleys memory GUAND JVKY MWhoi ter Yard Evans TomSlaxii Wm Marshbanks James Pfbtier Brown Wm Watkins J D Pope Wm Conn M Jenkins Thomas M ore John Da vis PETIT JURY W Perkins D P Burdett o n Lane Noah Marsee- Eb Cook W T Doolin John A Stone W II Hughes R Gaines Henderson David Henry FJomer Tinsley Milton Ward V P Anderson J J Walker Sr John Mat Leak TOATS Walter Jas Christopher W T Reel D Powell Cetl Beaty Butler Sutton J A Doty Writer hens to many thoughtful and Appreciated kiudneses of friends a bit of Its final is a memorial of the Painless Land E A Tribute To William Jennings Oliver Dunlap who died February 17th 1910 Near the old home where he first saw the light Our boy gave up his young life Amid the loved scenes that his in fancy knew He left the worlds trials and strife Behind him the memries of boyhood and man Beyond him the ponce of repose With us the regret for fie one that we loved With him the release from earths woes His nature was kindly friendship was true Full many the hearts that he won Full many tie comrades he left in the race Who mourn that 1m days work is done When the warcry resounded he rose to the call The pat thrill nerved his arm On the hill of San Juan in the thick of the fray He sprang to the note of alarm A hero in battle his record wM stand He knew nei her halting our when tIle great rolcaii shall sound from on u our soldierboy answer Im here E D P An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica Salve their quickest curE Even the the worst Dolls ulcers or fever sores are soon heard by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sure Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and P 1 s It gives Instant relief 25 at M Riberte 1 m I attainment magII I I I legal I unusual OIly now until C I I C I I K Swope I Pre itt A Card acknowl ge I many d ng sharp illness ek pastand I while on duty it Lat The present grateful mar is out is finish II Pearce I hi I I I i I its I II fear- S I I i I skin I orneys ioe branches corn Phil I urinL s afar i lap COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c a They fit any machine and outwear any other re cords in the world Double value for your Call in Get a e IS r I catalog 6s HURT H r r r3 i 03 Gaming Harrow i1JjiJ Iirlm m11 The 3 jG f s p Clarks Cutaway Harrow 14 1 t E g G is fg g j j t 3 g a jg NOTICEW- ehave reliable information that a large percent age of last years Corn Crop was damaged by the severe early in the winter and therefore suggest to all Corn Growers the advisability oftesting a few kernels from each ear of Seed Corn to make sure that it will ger urinate thus avoiding the possibility of a Short of I J R Mount Son Co II Hardware Implements Grass Seeds irail 1 I coldweather I Stand I f0 p Corn a THE Notional BankOf Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S20000 A R DEXXV tiesident J E STORSIES Vice Prest S C Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamI D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J VI Williams tJ J DES L Gill J J WALKER President r 1Clarks CutaWay II Harrow JS Jouxsor PresLVine ORGANIZED 1883 I Tlie CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY I CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 I B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONBY Asst Pashr C D Bookkeeper J 1 WALKEU Ju Asst BjofcKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker I T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold IS YOUR LIFE INSURED NOT WH Y Office National Bank of Lancaster WAGONSWe have just received a car load of ColumbusWagons in various sizes and at prices to in terest ycu PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and Jill kinds of Farming Implements Wire PenceAm- erican Field Pence no better made at higher price See it before buying Bring us your Produce Doctor Ballard CO Bryantsville Ky j l1li4 I I BWEY HISELDEI Phone sr l 1 x le1 xfJtfjfffllfiilffJ1 ll X J tJ8 I I I I I i II 1 sI WAr slt F t 3 l L J rti 11 i I nW rB TERICK I o PATTERNS I I 11 was I TOBACCO CANYAS AT 2AND3CTSva- w rrrsrsvties EVERYTHING PRETTY EVERYTHING NEW Each day the arrival of desirable SPRING MERCHANDISE from the Eastern Markets You are invited to inspect our well selected stock The Joseph Mercantile Company leaders In Dn Goods Notions Etc I I SO 15 IS I brings I- Ir I II s I High CldsS J AZ EpH 1 w i Gossip About People N V V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings lyThose Slit Art In Mr Jessie Prather was in Richmond Monday Capt T A is in Atlanta on buiness Mss Polly Traylor is a visitor in Danville Mr H T Logan has returned from Fiench Lick Mr Ben Bright of Danville was a visitor here Sunday Mr Sam Dunn has returned to his luitue i i lit 1 MI Miss Senator Hubble and representative Bogie were at home Sunday Miss Halite Arnold of Louisville is vi iting her father hi this county Miss Bessie Singleton left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Mrs W O OBannon of Stiuford was Mrs W T Wests guest the past The Misses Mount were hostess the Tuesday Afternoon Club this weekDr James Letcher of Henderson has been visit iig his niece Mrs W B Mason S P Grant of Danville was the guest Tuesday of Mr aud Mrs T J PLe Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond is being entertained by Mss Annie llerndon Miss ReUa Arnold was in Nicholas ville this week with her aunt Mrs Ilemphill Mr Dickerson of Newport has been here for a visit tj his friend Mr Fred P Frisbie Misses Addle and Carie Arnold were guests this week of thtiriister Mrs Win Burnt t- Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville were with Mrs Rebecca West Monday Miss Katie Lee Denny has been the recent guest of Miss Virginia Goodloe Springfield Mesdames J R M mnt and John Mount were visitors of Stanford friends Tuesday Mrs Lewis of Richmond was with her mother Mrs H A B Mirksbury Monday 3Irs Roy Asa Haynes of HiIsboro Ohio is here with her parents Mr and Mrs W B Mason Mr and MS W H Wherritt Wednesday from a two months M juurn with their son and daughters iu the Crescent City r iFY t Elin week tot Landram returned li Mrs i I 1 1 y I ryajj y A A W A r A Miss Hattie Burhon left Monday night for Durant Oklahoma where she will snake her home Miss Mary Miller has returned to her home in Richmond after a to the Misses Duty Mrs George Miller Lusk is at home after two weeks visit to Mr and Mrf R E Hughes of LouisvMe Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dan was here Tuesday visiting her sisters the Misses Kinnaird Mrs Dave Sanders and daughter Miss Christine are at home after a to relatives at McCreary Mr and Mrs T Joseph have return ed from New York where they a lar e line of upto date goods Miss Maggie Tomlinson who has been in AshviFe N C some 5 or 6 months past i expected home next week A W Kavanaugh Ed Price T B Walker and Miss Lucy Francis were visitors in Danville the past week Mrs Susan Salter who has spent the winter in Danville with her nephew Mr John Elkin arid family has return ed to her home here Miss Elna Shriver of Nebo Ill who has been the attractive guest for several weeks of Miss Miry Arnold is now in Xicholasvi le visiting relatives Miss Sue Shelby Mason who is at tending one of Cincinnatis leading business colleges was called here by the death of her grandmother Mrs Mirgaret Dunn Miss Gertrude Heathman of Newby Mr Jim Stapp of Richmond and Miss Annie Walker of McCreary were guests of Misses Eunice and Bessie Prather Saturday and Sunday Messrs Williams J E Rob inson Lewis L Walker M D Hughes Capt J A Doty and Win Herudon attended funeral of lion Geo B SauQey in Stanford Tuesday afternoon The fulloworig ones were here the funeral of Mrs Mirgaret Dunn Wyatt Letcher and wife and Mr Dunn of Danville Miss Bessie and Baugh and Will Baughman of Stanford Saved A Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what doctors said was consum ption I contracted a stubborn cold he writes thst developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all reme dies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which com pletely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds La Grip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whoopiite Cough and lung trouble its supreme 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E Roberts 1m I I file I this Mesdames I Yo I the ttr I lIke I I pleasant visit purchased the Mesdames Smith Mc Obituary Died at 515 February 26 1910 Zerelda Jane Brown wife of A B Brown Sr in her 82 year of typhoid pneumonia after a lingering illness Mrs Brown was in Garrard coun ty December 19th 1828 being the twin sister of Geo E Jennings de ceased She thedaughter of Sam uel B and Rcsanna Jennings and has lived in this county all her life Mr Brown was twice married the first time to Jas Allen Stephens who died in 185U leaving her a widow with three daughters one of whom died in infancy Mirietta Stephens Drake died 38 years ago In 1855 she was married to A B Brown Sr who survives To this union were born six children two sons and four daughters Geo F Brown of this couity and J H Brown deceased Mrs W S Holman of Aurora Ind Mrs H D Arnold Mineral Wells Texas aid Miss Allie B Brown of LouisvilleMrs was a beautiful character was a full of good deeds and chat if able to all She was a kind neighbor and loved by all who knew her none ever entered her home without ja warm welcome nor left without feeling the warmth of a gen uine hospitality so chaiicteiistic of the people of her ancestry Disease did not destroy the charm of a kind indulgent disposition por old age di minish her unselfish solicitude for her frIends and loved one Adhering to the faith of her fathers she united with the Christian church in early life and loved to attend its services when health permitted While she has continued the society of her friends and children she has for several years realized her active life was over and with resignation awaited the Divine call from death unto life As the death dew gathered on her marble brow around her bedside gatb red her boy and gii Is always a boy md girls to her though now grown to mature years with boys and girls irouud their own firesides The life so long interwoven with theirs with tearful eves they watched as it slowly but surely passed over The love of a mother for her hu man understanding Her daughters that gathered about the cot of this ding mother and so bravely ought the Death Angel long ago passed out from the little home circle Business cares and their own home circles have encroached upon their time and may have robbed mother of their companionship but she was ever the same rejoicing in their success and grieving at their misfortunes They may have grown away from her but she never from them they were still her girls We know that years hence the memory of her unselfish devotion will make them better women and ber precepts be their guildlng star Her presence will he missed but she las gone those gone before She often expressed herself as ready and willing to go any time the should call Her death was peace ful and quiet She has left her chil lien the heritage of a btautifnl Chris tian life May she rest peaceA Mrs Born waS theother chris- t hn to passeth to Master l that join Louisville dc Nashville Time Table For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and intermediate stations 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For St inford Corbin Knoxvllle points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon LouisvilU and points North and South 214 pm YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Just opened afreshlot of Lownej Candy S4tt B Zimmer For Sale wardrobe Apply at this office tf FreLowneys Candy seed potatoes at 3llr2t Phone in the grocery line 24tf See hovsrcheaj sellsng wagons and plcws Romans tf Let save you money on clover seed WyH Ward 3112t We handle brand of fl Red Cross JjfeSt turner 24tf H best produce 1 24U For Sale One Oak library table one Walnut marble top table Apply at this office ory w wagon KB Jved oldHick ed of a tf J Y Robinson For Sale A 25 balance Scale Gyred as fcrew Will sell cheap W D Walker 3t For One nice Walnut set of furniture Will sell cheap Apply at this office J Olliver plow it you 6n the tf Gat yolr from the ircle Gi s rtrWaikerslgrocery March 26th 3ll3t Hotel O If it the and r I tat Zimmers 3ltf A jeuleK V 31tf A lown 55cts tIPs to anything Lee urner Ltd W nkt of 8s pu c at W m fret c aid for ee fu w Don t rtet otfyoyaf n man mNed horse or mare 4 o 5 y s of Fairbanks See r J r cheap a hue Sdg fit few men aas gardens n bets e tc gap r s country im WJ WANTED A I Try wan ig tea p mar Ro ns Easter inn Any vinQmet a ainst the r i eeen the e Zimmer- Is the 5etcent as duedn March 1st 34 tt war fen ou want have t and s D find wh it is p pit ays- tt VP omans LOST A gold locket mono gram P B Wt two pictures inside in Lancaster court day Finder please return to P B Williams 34tf R F D 4 Stanford Ky For Sale One dining room suit of furniture in ting of china cabinet table and cbairs For information apply at this office tf In Lancaster last county court day a small gold locket enitial R E P two pictures inside Please return to Mrs II E Penman Crib Orchard pike or this office and receive reward Notice is hereby given that Isaiah Faulkner will ask the rfwr of Kentucky to restore niy foaflizen ship arfd bj Lions to same vl Governor at JT Isaiah Faulkner This 1910 Popular Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental at 25cts per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster Missllla Lemay was with her sister Mrs Earl Grow from Saturday until Monday Ray and daughter Miss Hat ie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wesley Parson Mr and Mrs Jim Mr and Mrs Henry Ray spent with Mr and Mrs Ben Misses Ethyl and were the guests of their cousins Misses Ida and Zela Sparks Saturday How Good Mews Spreads- I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Elizibethtown Ky Everywhere go recommend Electric Bitters be cause I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fall to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels si imnlate tne liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Satisfaction is posi tively guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m Oak con i handsome sideboard Lost tit me F 28 Ike and Sunday Layne LidaSimpson I Only 50e Bu your S ed Pot toes from I w- he I s iric mar y s- mor en n the tato est pri nn ev thing C D Pa ell plain Go anyon saving with once MUSIC Ioydi Mrs WLDOIJGLA- Ss335P4SfloEs 5200 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W Douglas shoes for the past six years and always find they are far to all other high grade shoes in style comfort and durability W G JONES Ito Howard Ave Utica N I could take you into my large fac made you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make CAUTI OX See that Dongas name and pri eiB stamped on the bottom Tatar s il tittile J W SMITH Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Ole Million Strawberry Plaits No Agents Free Catalogues H F Hillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes t I L superior VIE youhow nor I It your dealer eumot riti LIOIo ShOd nrc Ut r Caralo WLDuw IrudtonI Mass Fox SALE BY f St z T1 G O I BUTTERICK i1 PATTERNS 1 Millinery For Sale I wish to sell privately my stock at Paint Lick Ky 2184t G A RLLARD r1 We will send I IiII Jaurnlll I for the next THREE 1 to you for 1 100 I R I E- I McRoberts r L I ofVmillinery Mrs MONTIISI Louisville Auto Showr 1 Great Exhibit of March 171819 Armory u tit CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC Also CELEBRATED RECORDBREAKING AEROPLANE Music and Decorations Afternoons 25c Evenings SOc For Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealers Assodatiba HAS JUST DECLARED Company LOUISVILLE KY t1IEt1IE4IE1IiaEaEaE t1EIR IRL rlilJlmli rlll rlll I I 150 1 IJtrJ 1 cx Lllzens 1 eQS1fanc Ir rJC z I w t i ic ifU J 1 1 wRlitrltrIl rflJl1Jrr rJ mFltlt lI 1ILiJf C f c I fl Its Stock I Dividend i r I HGRJ300RY President yt yr v r f t mV GV H ez s i BKTANTHVIILE Mr J lloaau Ballard and tar B spent Sunday at Lexington Mrs Newton of is the ruest or her daughter Mrs Deane Rev Hu burn nf L Xiuinn w s the jfiiPK and Sunday of Dr W M El iolt C Williams and Mr Fit He R Sweeney visited nlitives at Dan Ti 1 last week Mrs Eliza H Rf ird went to Lex ington Sunday to vist her sister Mis W T vVod ok Mr Gdberrv and daughter of Casey county have been the j if Mi Lotfau Bujke High Prices For Eggs Owing to speculation it s predicted that eggs will be 1 t is winter than ever before A few doses of Bourbon Egg Producer will make your fowls lay amazingly and cause them t produce greater profit Try it and sie Sold by J R Mount Co VAllKSBUItr Ms Frank Robinson of the guest of Mrs M rten Robinson v Mr and Mrs Hamilton of Lan caster were the truest of M ss Susan Sut on Sunday 31 Louis Whittof Davenport Okla b ma has been visiting Mr Mark Goins Mirk Goins sold a at the sale for 25000 Mr 55oah Mirsee sold a piece of land valued at 100 per acre to the county where road 26 will be moved from the branchNancy Elmer Chester and Lucile Woods enrolled at Dunn Accademy Monday morning Mr E e t Duncan and famly of RicboliK i le were of Air and Mrs N P Cobt A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor t Wheth er its caused by neuralgia tojtbache or accident Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pai i The great aid sure cure for rheumatism cuts burns bruises and all ache s and pains Sold by B E Me Roberts 1m BUCKEYE Mrs Win Burtun has been very Mk Mss Mayme and brother visit sister Mrs Wal ter Grow last week M ss Agnes M 1 s has returned from a visit to relatives in Lawrenceburg- Mrs R 1 Burl on ud Master J W visited relatives in Madison lat week Mrs Raymond Ray and son Neaare visiting Mrs Emma Manford at Frank Tort Miss Mae Bruaddus spent a few days last week with friends in L ilnKtou and Georgetown Miss Katie Mae and broth er Edward were visitors atSt me Sat urdayMr W Brown lost about five tons of stacked hay by tire last Thursday caused by sparks flying from a pile of shrubs which were being burnt in the field Stuborn As Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then of Appetite Indi gestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such troubles fly be fore Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best and Liver re medy Su easy 25c at R E Mc Roberts 1m Ill HEBRON M Chas Duncan sold to Tbos Mont J 28 acres of land fur 1150 Mr Arthur Montgomery s 11 to D C Montgomery a horse for 8500 and bought of E Grow a work mule for 95000 Mr Tbos Mmtgomery Sr sold Wm Sherrow 13 acres of laud for 311 Mr J B Dean bought of Mr Spoouu more a horse foi 12 Mr Luther M mtgomery and wife of Mercer visited fieir grand parents Mr and MTS G A Bruce Saturday Mr and Sam Duncan or Burgin are with relatives here Mr and Mrs A S Bean were called to Jessamine by the deith of Mr Deaas brother Mr Meni 1 Dean This Is the second brother who has died within two weekF Mr J II Dennis who died at his home near Judson last week wasp er tered i i Mt Hebron cemetery Wed nesday afternoon Funeral services were conducted by Rev 0 P Bush of Lancaster The family Is well known in this locality and have the beat tfelt sympatby of their friends here Race Smcitf is not nearly the menace to increase in pupuiatfon that deaths among ii Eight out of ten of deaths are directly or iirdirectly by bowel troubles McGees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentary sour fiUNBach and all infant aimenls of this nature Just the thing for teeth I Price 25c and Sue per bot tle Sold by R E McRuberts 1m PAINT LICK Ellen Wilson was the guest of her brttber W O Mays at list WedBeeday and Thursday Mr WHItley Hull of Boonville Ken 8Beatof coutiu Miw JUT Brow of LexhtoB fllMil v v I r c- Ruse D 11 Sat urdJy J t i her Richmond- Is J I horse Lex- Ington the gue t M plea a Bollards scaldsany Sebast in Evere t their Dit kerson troubleLuss St macb emery t J Mrs tants are I r r P bati Mrs d 11Ick 1 the f I amine Charley Ai d Eastern d L there i hcaus- ed 1 lair grt Ttreadway e- r r f t r s ere I often do you eat this food A short time ago there in the columns of of the prominent magazines an article on and by the proper selection of the foods you eat A many people were find oatmeal at the list of foods recommended but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch every have expected to see place given to As a matter of fact Great Britian and come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents to them being the in flavor and best in clean liness and purity of all oatmeals Convenience and are served by the way it is pack ages lOc in tins hot climates 55 uti at the Chri ti hUtch Sunday Ere George I wing resist HCCOIII t of 111 hea The W C T U will meet with M s Dr Tre dway next Wednesday W D the city pur chasing more goods for his new store Mrs H L W llace who has been quits sick of gtip is able to be cut ag Miss Lucy Francis is at home atr a visi f her sister Mrs Hughesof Lancaster Mr and Mrs Ta G Colin t Sun day with the parents Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Little Ralston is boardi g with Mrs Geo Billiard and attending 31 s Crandalls Mr Calvin Galloway of Lexingt n is spending some t hue with his grand parents Mr and Mrs W S Fish Lovers of gcod health should sickness instead of themselves get sick and then try to cure it So lung as you keep your liver bowels and stow ach in a healthy and active condition you wont get sick BaJards Herbine constipation inactive liver and nil stomach and buwt 1 truul lay Sold dy R E McRoberts 1m CARTEKSVILLE Mrs Bessie Robinson of Berea was the guest of her mother Mrs Edd Smith the past week Mrs F M Carter was the guest o her daughter Mrs Lucv Carter Rev Palmeter filled his regular at this place Saturday and Sunday They have taken Mr W P Rogers to Richmond to Drs where they will perfoim a sergical operation- M ss Lidia Brewer has returned to her school at Berea a two weeks stay herM t r M Carter Mss G S Redwine has returned home after a few days stay with her sister Mr James Wells The pure white angels of heaven spread their broad wings over the home of Mrs Hallie Suwder and watt ed home her darling husband John He has been in failing health for three years but for the last few months he bad been confined to Ids room he was such a sufferer and died so happy He ti Id his 1 ived ones not to grieve over him for he was going to rest and would be so happy there He raid he saw bis Jesus standing at the gates waiting to carry trim home He told his wife to teach his three ones about their father as they were too sma 1 to remember him He said he wanted to be buried at the Carters ville cemetery and asked them to sing his favorite song On the Happy Golden Shore They loved him yes they loved him but angt Is loved him more and they have sweetly called him to yonder shining shore The golden gatS were opened wide a get tie voce said come with farewell words unspoken he calmly entered home p Hog Feeders and Breeders The cheapest and b st way to cure hugs is to keep them well Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy puts and keeps bogs in a healthy lliiit coudiiun Dont watt for your hugs to get sick A few doses now may save the loss of your entire herd Sold by J R Mount Co Wormology should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts in iuo sleep is pasty faced has rings under its eyes always seems hungry is not gaining weight you can be the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermi fudge is an absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Sold by R E McRjbeits lin I i I i 1 1On r l How I P surprised- to I food packedregular s h st don I Hammack is in I n F S I 1 ttters Sad ie sclioc 1 j prevent the Gibson after pal iel t IiI tIe I one I tit I spec letting r lives appointment with s Sr sure Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Produce- We have the genuine Blue Gem and Jellico Block and Nut Coal Also a car of KNAWHA SALT just received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stjnes old stand Campbell street near 1 B the de t10 tai r orcott1R rR 1 HOOOOCMOUWJWJKIXI JUx iWJV WJi O FARMERS COLUMN I below Ihis heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is fur the sate of stock grain and ouch things on farm as the farmer canuot afford to Ijo notice will oe accepted over four lines nod will be only in t vo ismus of the UECUICD free of chit ge Wan Jed a bind quaiter of J T Heiry good Tlieo Currey Fur Siili1 50 barrel c rn ii shuck 150 per barrel in c ib G Y Coon Pure strain of early drniiMi proof y low corn fur sale a p r hu S II HyatLNVlle Ky ys for liHtIi M from bred Piym Rocks 75 p r setting of 15 eggs Mrs 1 v Phone 329 J Foil AIE 28 bu heir of cul iva Hemp W R Gaints R F D Stanford K Fresh milk cows for sale It G A Swinebroad FOR SALE Egcs for hatcMng from my yard of Birred Plymouth Roeksvit 75c per setting or two settings for125 also a 125 egg Incubator and Brooder Mrs S C Henderson Phone 93 Paint Lick Ky Brown Leghorn eggs for sale 50c per setting of 15 Mrs J M Crew R F D Stanford Ky Phone 380G I will sell cheap 300 shocks of fodder 20 hills square and can furnish a trood lot with very large straw rick plenty of good water James B 1 fc Bryantsville Ky GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Laura E Dunn and Others Plu i vs Ike S Dunn and Others Defts Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at March 1910 term in the above tled action 1 as Mister Com tuissioncr of siri court i i said case will on M inlay March 28 h 1910 be tween 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m it Ou ig the regular county court day of said coui ty for said mouth sell to the highest and best bidder at the court house door in Lancaster Gar rard cnui Kentucky the following real estate located and being in Gar rard county Kentucky on the Mt or Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike and being all in one boundary hi r described by metes and bounds in t separate tracts as follows Kirst tract Bcginningaba point in II middle of the Bryattvi le and Si ir Creek turnpike corner to Mc G riMis heirs thence living the pike and with their line S 5 E chains to a on the east bank of a branch corner in to thence S 86 75 nhiins to a stake a bepcli snag N li W 262 chains Lem Teat 12 10 chains and cros sing branch at 1680 in al 1775 chains tn a fence post at north edge of draw bars corner to said Teatrthence with leven lines N 62 W 6 08 chains to a post 10 feet N E of a sycamore N 72 W 2 chains N 84 W 97 links to a marked black walnut S 89 W 284 chains to a Mark locust S 69i W chains N 43 1V 69 li iks to a double cedar N Hi W 412 chains to a wild cherry N 9J W 233 chains to a buck locust N 7i W 8 82 chains N 8f W 25U chains to a point 5 feet of a marked black locust N W fore and a ft a black locust at 1683 chains in all 17 08 chains to a point in the before mentnned turnpike a new cornpr thence wih the middle of nike S 89i W 1040 oh iis to the beginning containing 84 572 acres Second tract Beglni ing at a i i the middle of the Bryantsville and Sugar Creek turnjiKe a new comer to first trac thence new division line tsame leaving pike and passing fuse and aft a black locust at 25 links in all 17 08 chains to a point 5 feet west of marked E 250 chains S 7 E 882 chains to a black locust S 9 chains to a wild cherry E 4 12 chains to a double cedar S 43 K69 li iks N 69t E 194 chains to a black locust N 89 K 284 h i is to a marked hi tck wal mt S 841 to a edge of draw harp the ce N 4 E passing turner of Ih CO jcie a d 1024 acres tracts purchascu oy Dunn Jenkins at 1411 chains in all 1779 chains to corner of said 10 24 acre i tract with the acre tract pur chnsod by Dunn from Jenkins thence wl h line of said 1259 acre tract N 4 E 1458 chains to the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with middle or nik the meanders thereof N W 1182 chains to thebeginning containing 40 39 acres Both tracts containing in the one boundary 124 962 acres Said sale is made for the purpose of invesing umler t he further orders and judgments of this com t the proceros of this sale in otliT lands In same I way and with the same limitations and reservatlops as the land now to be sold is held and owned by the patties to this action TERMS Slid sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half o t he purchase money being due in six months from day of sate and the other half being due intweve moiths from of sale and the pi r baser will be required to execute bonds with good security t the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date of sale till paid upon which which ex ecntion may issue if not paid at ma tu iy the bavin force and f I feet of a judgment A lien ilbe retained upon the for the payment of the purrhase money and The purchaser has privilege of paying off said hinds before maturity by paying princi pil of sal bonds and the interest thereon from to the turlty Said two tracts be sold in one boundary or body hut by acre W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroad Atty for Puff Dr B C Hyde bv the Jackson Missouri grand jury late Saturday afternoon charged the murder of Col B Swope andCbrisman Swope Other indict 1 r j q n J I 4o094 Ooj WANTEDA ell A lei r ilf F h Id1 Tit e I titer Lea ve I its I I ty 5512 tke In same lieE near poplarNr at chiIS 194 t t I fence lick locustS SI E 2 33 SIll 97 links S 72t E 2 chains sycamoreSnorth 12 59 I SaWthence s anti 751 I I landsold re the day ma I was IndIcted c wc 1 I I I I I o9 auna xcrn o space advertise heir purse si eel pure regular He- bron St and 5 fence wet passing i with SE L from stall the same oho the ofsale will tire county with Thomas r v I i Naboth Jr will be kept at W B Burtons Sale Stable this Season were returned against the phy sician charging him with attempting to p lison certain members of tte Swope family Indigestion Belief in Five Minutes awl Per manent Cure or Money Back When R E McRoberts states that he has a remedy that is guaranteed to cura any man or woman who suffers from food fermentation which causes belching sour stomach gas eructa tions heartburn and that lump of lead feeling in the abdomen or money back what are the poor stomach sufferers in Lancaster and vicinity going to do about it The name of his most remarkable stomach prescript i Mona Most people call them Miia stomach tai lets because they know that is no remedy so good for indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one I have been troubled with indi gestion for more than a year 1 bought one box of Miina and ic cured me Now I would not be without a box in the house for 83000 I saves a lot of doctir I i Is when you can be curtd for 50 cents You can use my name f you want Sedtjqnct 6 Kioho s S Waketield M ss Nov T 1JOJ M 111 stomach tablets cot 0 cents a tux at druggists and at R E MRobert Booths pills with give constipation sufferers a joyful surprise 25c met t I I I I there opL- ion toArthur everywhere UfOMEPftJKJINCffJ hltillNE I Cures catarrh or brick Just breathe itin Complete outfit inhaler 1 bottles oOc Druggists BUENA VIJsTA Mrs Irvine Bl ikeuian and baby have returned from a visit to her par ents at Bourne Mrs Celia Armstrong of Louisville is at her sisters Mrs Fletcher Ison where her brother Philip Johnson Js quite ill Mrs Hu u Christopher is spending the week with her parents at Lexig M s Maria Lijje has returned fr m an extended visit to relatives in and near Danville Mrs Ford Rucker was called t Jess amine last week by the death of her brother Mr Crutchfiel J Mrs Marshall Scott and children have returned from a visit to Mrs Scotts parents at Nicholasville- Quai t M lv meeting was hell at Mt Oliver Saturday and Sunday The Elder Rv Robertson of George town preached three excellent ser mulls Young Girls just entering into womanhood often suffer much pain and misery during the change of their physical organization Many women will tell you their female trouble started during that trying period and has clung to them ever since Cardui Is a friend to young girls as well as to women of all ages It has been found to help women during their trying periods by relieving pain and restoring disordered organs to health ton- I Take SailMrs Mary Hudson East man Miss writes While staying with me and going to school my young sister in terrible misery I got her to take a few doses of CARDUI and it helped her at once T have taken Cardui and believe I would have been under the clay had it not been for that wonderful medi cineTry Cardui It will help you For sale everywhere E 48 myself 0 i J was R is made on genuine French Burs from Corn The life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ins anti is guaranteed to give satisfaction i Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal Brick jind will ap predate your patroimge Henley V Bastin at the Creamery WiHTEK SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For Full rticuars call on or write B C KING P T A IGi E I2an St Lnlotton Ky a Wise Economy when buying wire fence to get the very best fence you get cheap material and shoddy tlStlti i i t1 I Old Fashion Corn Meal I 1 1 Sound eon 1 I 1 t and J t 1JS1J t 1tJ t 1it i C 7 fOUfV 3 S 1r if m- TO TH e SOUTHand VIA Its rI I rlal ka kl rIt rFPn truaYa1rS rYYwy nlr r U r 1r r1 l iz k YY Y r a y r- i 4 t n r n tee r PEE It LESS WOE1l VIE tE is built with one idea in view quality hard piece cross Peerless circular your Dealer makes moro money a cheap fence but ho can got PesxJusj for you li yuu mist en liavins it and it pays to icsisi iii the U 4 For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky We wish say to the public that husnt been open regular for some time but will be opened every Saturday now Come in the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO Sggjgggjjgggjgg J A galvanizedsteel wireone s l1i 1fI tURiAN i i J 1 to THE FOX STtTDIO 00 get 2 t tvkS Pas ahv Peer2 1J 1Jt aJllh LL belt and Z irterial at Cavity Ertal- Oflsioi Diilllo Street UNDERTAKER lf FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ALWAYS III STOCKI RoBES y- yL AND liSTEN If you vai r PJ ienefSv ClanssGoti I A V E a fl F T A I R r U1 u to HENV SUNCANS OlHee Hours Offlce over a m to li I p m to I Stornie Drug Store Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky H d TINSLEY Surveyor PHONE S J Office over F O Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY j Get him to cry your sales Best of references 6 r r cu n I CARDS i 1 l on Rili1mond street 25 1 I3 F Vt 1ER Count Ei I IINSURAJ CE 1tV T KINGI Auctioneer i t PL l tfiOJG C9YJ0 looooooooooogooooooo000000000 Lou iLtrber Sbp tars of txpefenc I K1sTt t J5 Morrow Graduate Optician Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER art CWINIY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 M K Denny W i I Ie I I Gt uses AU NET Office over 31 Us Milliner Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 22L Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK DentistAll Worfc Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky nlatf Or J B Kinnaird Physican and Surgc Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 DR Win BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon OfHice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cream Vermifuge Arnold 1 UIIDHt a IIlDiUII I i HITE9S I r o oorusssus L DENTIST TIE WAJUUEE1 WORM REMEDY TIE CHiLDIIEJIS FAVORITE or TNt ItNUINC PHaca oaLr BallardSnow LIlmeat ce- 4 Louse to McRoberts Drug Store KILL THE COUCH CURE TH LUNCS WITH IisCIIIIJ TUNIC CEWANt IItiTATlM R i Df1kuugs B ri R E McRoberts Drag Sexe u AAN ALL AM LMS Q7Dioz Mom