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$2,500 In Premiums. FIELIC SALE OF IE The heirs of Wm. H. Dean, deceased, will on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd, 1916 nt the late resilience of Win. II. Demi, in Jessamine county, Kentucky, nenr Little Hiclcinnn. eight miles south of Nicholnsville, proceed to sell nt public auction to the highest bidder the farm of Win. II. Denn. situated in Jessamine County, Kentucky, on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill pike, and containing 589.7 acres. Said land will he offered in six different tracts: FIRST TRACT. Situated on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill Turnpike, and contains 10G.G acres. The improvements on this tract is the residence of W. II. Denn, two tobacco barns, pair of scales, and all other necessary outbuildings: also two orchards with over 300 bearing trees. SECOND TRACT- Situated on said pike and contains 33.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consist of a tenant house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. THIRD TRACT Shunted on cast side of said pike nud contains 115.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consists of n tenant house, two tobacco barns, stock bam and other necessary outbuildings. FOURTH TRACT Situated on the north side of the turnpike road leading from Pink to Little Hickman and contains 80 acres. The improvements on this track consists of a barn. FIFTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. I, and contains 113 acres. Said tract has about ten acres of valuable oak timber on it. SIXTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. 5 and the lands of Thos. Druner and Negie Dean and contains 110 5 acres. There is on this tract about 1?, or 15 acres of valuable oak timber. Said farm will be first offered in separate tracts as nbove described, then os a whole. All of said land is in a high state of cultivation and there is on said farm about 150 acres now'cul tivated in wheat, corn and tobacco; balance in grass and fine tobacco land. TERMS OF SALE: Said land will be sold one-third cash; balance in one and two years, purchaser being required to execute notes to us as agents, bearing interest at rate of G per cent, per annum from day of sale, and a lien will bo-retained on said land in the deeds conveying same to secure payment of the purchase money. Possession of said lund will be given for seeding purposes in full of 1910, and full pos session given on 1st day of Janurry 1917. Deeds of conveyance will be given to purchaser immediately after sale. W. W. ROBERTS, CARL HULETT, . SHERMAN DEAN, For further particulars apply to SHERMAN DEAN, on premises, LYNE, Real Estate Agent, Nlcholaiville, Ky. JULY 25, 26, 27 AND 28, 1916 il $1 91 F 1 ARM The Central SMITTIES FAMOUS BAND WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC. Agents for the Dean Heirs. Little Hickman, Ky or G. W. Record, Thursday Plenty of CHILDREN NO EXCEPTION In Lancaster As Elsewhere Vcuth And Age Suffer Alike From Kidney Weakness. Is your child weak, frail and pale? No control over the kidneys' action? Kidney weakness is n serious thing Fur too serious to overlook. It may mean a lite of sickliness. Profit by Lancaster experiences. Use Dean's Kidney I'ills. Endorsed by Lancaster parents. Head this Lancaster mother's en dorsement; Mrs. II. G. Crutchfietd. Stanford St." Lancaster, says: "My boy was great ly 'roubled by his back und kidneys. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions, which caused no end of annoyance. The child also looked j badly and I was constantly worried , about his health. 1 began giving Doan's Kidney Tills to him with such good re sults that hi is now a great deal better." Price 50o. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy net Doans Kidney I'ills the same that Mrs. Crutchfield recommends. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 7-132t. STANFORD Miss Sarah Lallovitz, of Chicago, is the guest of Mrs C. Ileys Foster. Miss Allie Yautis, of Lancaster, has been the guest of Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Kosa Itobinson of Somerset is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Itobinson Mrs J. S. Hice is the guest of her mother, Mrs Mary Gamett at Cave City. Miss Clara Cooper left last week for New York to visit friends for several weeks. T. N. Aldridge, who was recently in juied in an auto accident is improving nicely. Mr and Mrs Samuel Hardin, of Lon don, have been the guests of Mrs Jer. nie Wearen. Miss l'riscilla Newbern of Huston- ville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs T. W. Pennington. Mr Chios Murphey, of Shelby Citv, was the guest Monday of her sister, Mrs Georg F. DeDorde. Mrs U. WAV. Darlington and little daughter, are here for the summer with relatives and friends. Mrs T. VY. Jones is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs E. II. Norman at Walton, near Cincinnati. Missel Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn have returned home from Middlesboro, where they have been visiting. Mn. Thomas Newland and little daughter have returned after visit to July 20 19 lb. Shade and Good Water. Mrj, Thomas Eads at Crestwood. Forestus Keid and family of Danville have moved to their farm on the Hus tonville pike to spend the summer. Mr John Lutes and family of near Turr.ersville have moved to this pJJj and are living on the Hale property. Iter. D M. Walker has returned from Kirksville, where he held a ten days' revival nt the Christian church. Miss Marjorie Lynn has returned from Danville, where she has been the glest of her nunt, Mrs. Logan Wood. J Mrs L. E. Carpenter and son. Jack, of Phila delphiu, Pa., arc the guests of her parents. Mr and Mrs John N. Mene! fee Mrs. J. R. Beazley, Miss Eloise Beaz ley and Master James Wray Ileazlev, of Jacksonville Fla, are the guests of relatives here. Mr and Mrs E. J. Howenstine and little son, will leave soon for Ohio to .....v avuf ..... nuii .u.ti ,u. v mu iu. make their future home, where MrlUR in honor of their guest. Miss Verna Howenstine has a position. Mr and Mrs Oppie Drown have re turned to this city from Lrncaster to make their home, Mr Brown will be employed in tne Lincoln Pharmacy Co. Mrs. James Wilder, passed away at her home on Miller street late Sunday night after a short illness. She leaves a husband and six children. The in terment occurred Tuesday. Mr and Mrs E. It. Hutching. Raines Murray Hutchings and Mr and Mrs George II. Farris and Miss Bessie Clay Farris have returned home from Elixir Springs, where they speut a week or so Chief Police II. I). Carter and Carl Carter have rented the St Asaph Hotel from E. C. Jordan, who is in very poor health. Messrs Carter expect to make many changes in the famous hotel and place it on an up-to-date basis, Joe Will and Buck Baughman, two small negro boys, about 10 and 11 years of age are in the county jail on a charge of burglary and will be sent to the Re form School, when circuit court meets, to which they have been held over. Francii Weatherford and Jailer Geo. F. DeUorde arrested a horse thiet, Elmer Denny, a youth of 22, of the Uroughton section. He had purloined a good horse belonging to a German named GrishofT, of that section and was attempting to sell it. A gun was found on him. Brack Iteid, one of the sons of John Held, of Milledgeville, was adjudged Insane by a a jury in county court here recently and was taken to the asylum. Reed was serving a term in the county jail for selling whiskey Illegal. He had 230 days. His father, who testified at the lunacy Inquest, itated that young Reed lost two email children some time go and since then had never appeared to be just right in bli hjad. m PAINT LICK Miss Emma Estridge is" the guest of relatives at Crab Orchard. Misses Jeanettc and Elizabeth Eld ridge are giests of friends at Troy, Mr. A. V. Huyler of New York, i the guest of Mr Woods Walker and family. Miss Verna Noc of Harlan is the at tractive guest of Mr and Mrs Carlos Hedrick. Mrs. Garnett Kemper of Lexington, came Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs A. Ii. Estridge and family. Misses Mattie Woods and Or a Ea- tridge and Mr. Harry McWhorter mo- tired to Richmond Saturday, Mrs. Kay Lackey of Osbourne Texas came last week to be the guest of l.er parents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Francis for the summer. Mr and Mrs Carlos Ilediick were hosts at a lawn fete on Saturday even- Noe of Harlan. Miss Ethel Estridge entertained a few couples at cards the past week in honor of Miss Gladys Patterson, the guest of Miss Stella McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Logan of Wilkes Barre Penn, who are visiting in Lan caster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker on Tuesday, Mr Logan being one of the participants in tho Tennis Tournament held on Tuesday afternoon. BUENA VISTA Mrs Jesse Rogers remains very il'. Mrs Chas. Ruble of Danville visited here last week. T. C. Scott of Harrodsburg was with honn folks Sunday. J. E. Scott made a business trip to Harrodsburg Monday. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott is teaching again in Mercer county. Mr John L. Christopher of Lexington was a recent visitor here. II. C. Ruble and wife spent several days ot last week in Cincinnati. Mr and Mrs Clarence Lane are hav ing a delightful visit in Louiaville, Mrs Clarence Ruble ot Danville is with her mother Mrs V. S Evans. Mr Otis Blakeman and wife spent Sunday with Nicholasville relatives. Mr. Will Scott and family spent Sun day with Mr Wm Proctor of Mercer. Miss Mary Williams of New Albany Ind, Is the guest or Mrs Will Smaller. Miss Addie Frances Brown is at home from a visit with her aunt in Cincinnati. Mrs Caldwell of Dayton Ohio is visit ing Mrs Nannie Jennings and family. Messrs L. II. Ruble and Joe Hamil ton have purchased handsome Overland 2 mm id curs. Mrs O. U. Montgomery is ft the bed side of her father Mr Carpenter in ' Versailles. I Misses Ada Dismuke and Marjorie Combs of Burgin are guests of Mrs. (Victor Ruble. Miss Dora lhU Easun is spending a few weeks with her aunt Mrs. Will Tatum of Harrodjburg. Mr and Mrs Grant Robinson weie week end guests of her brother Mr W. E. Ruble and family. Mr Eu Ballard and family of Ster. ford were guests of B. F Sechrest and family Thursday evening. Louis Van Trees and Harold Lee of Burgin spent last week with the for mer's cousin Charley Druner. Mr and Mrs T. R. McCann of Paduc ah spent the week's end with her brother, Mr Will Lane and family. Rev. Reagan of Nicholasville filled his regular appointments at Brown's Chapel Sunday morning and evening. Misses Katie McCann and Lena John son of Lexington spent several days of last week with Mrs. II. S. Christopher. News came here Sunday of the seri ous illness of Mr. Ralph Scott in Vet sallies. His many relatives and friends are hopi.ig for his recovery. Mr Tommy Christopher who holds.a lucrative position with the Dupont Powder Co of City Point Va spent part his vacation here with relatives. Pitiless Publicity. A soft answer turneth away wrath, whtlo harsh words stir up headlines. St. Louis Globo-Democrat. Sure Scheme. Young Wife "I mn determined to learn at what hour my husband comes home at night. Yet, do what I will, I i-unnot keep awake, and he Is always careful not to make u particle ot noise. Is there any drug which produces wakefulness?" Old Wife "No need to buy drugs. Sprinkle the floor with tacks." lour Coirt Dap. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday, Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday, Danville, 3rd. Monde;-. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday! Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday.