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TILIJITJIKXTH TEAJt LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUG 7 1902 t rl HE CENTRAL RECORD NUXBEBlS N Tf THEKH IS MONEY HAY BALING LIGHTNING 0 HayPresses S s Are sold by us on easy terms fourpay 0 inent contract Vc Q know of parties who are clearing from two to three hundred clog 0 lars in one season Q J R X t o Q o o o o Z o Q o 0o o 0 to 0 6 0 Q c Ov GOGOJO v0 OvO Lrr IN 17- r 0Q 1 Q 1 0 r 4 0 s 0Q ass cll FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming Vc have the most complete line o f FUHNITGUE and CARPETS To be found in the town Priccs low D Attorney At Law 0y 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward I take this method of thanking our friends for the excellent work they die t save our building in Sundays lire Will never forget you J C Thompson j I BEAZLE DID I 1 O 000000000 2 L 0 000000000 I I 1A A OGO- v DAVIDSQN C i0000000 0000 Q Items of Local Interest Drilling for water day and night Thompson store has been painted What was your plan of saving Ute hotel We need a hotel and water works worse than we need a railroad Yes this is so Our correspondence is forced out this week as are many other good items Open air concert at Friday evening Aug loth miss it Judge JI D Hughes was appointed city assessor at the council meeting Monday night Danville is still hustling for the rail road as will from the clippings reproduced in this issue The types in our special made us say the New Garrard was erected in 1SS It should have been ISJS The Lawrenceburg Fair will be held Aug 1U 20 21 and 22 and promises to be among the best in the state We acknowledge with press Several valuable communications which we had carefully stored away for a dull day have been misplaced and it is impossible to hind them We hope to locate them soon Please remember that obituary long notices sent in are charged for at the rate of ten cents a line Make arrangements for the pay and your articles will be printed Examinations for white teachers will be held at Superintendents ollice August If and 15 Examinations for colored teachers will be held Friday and Saturday Aug and 23 Rev T II Campbell will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and his many friends will be delighted to hear him Mr Campbell is a noble man and is beloved by many people The Interior Journal covered her self all over with glory by trotting out daily editions during the Crab Orch ard and Ilustonville Fairs They are hustlers over there and know how to handle such The Danville Advocate says this paper virtually gives up the light for the railroad Not on your pigtail Mack We have the best route and many other advantages which you will have to overcome old fellow t 1 beseen courtesies 2 Lancaster J Mrs MeRobert Don thanks another s Our Great Summer sales are now i Day dawns for careful buyers Bright and shining facts for all the people A sunburst of bargains that will fatten the lean purse enlargethe boundry of your limited means broaden and dignify the dollar bring sunshine into your life All Merchandise marked with YELLOW TAGS means a big cut in prices You should not fail to attend this sale Come early and make your selections No goods sent on approval during this sale and CASH DOWN Logan Dry Goods Co 1 4 4r 1 I 1 t 1 T T t t f f f itI YELLOW TAG I I SALE f t f I A C ance to Ma eMoney DY Spending I t on- t EJ I i t 1 1 tt i outs A M tc k7 tf ffT f fJf if 7f 4 i Ali 4r tai 4 4 Ali 3 1l4 4 1- t r itt it it Ii1 it it t CLEARANCE t Clearance r x i i i i S i Dr Goldstein will be at Veranda hotel in Stanford Aug 9th and at Gilcher house Monday and Tuesday Aug 11th and 12th Milton Sneed applied to the Coun cil for permission to hold a street fan on the Public Square and the matter was referred to a special committee The colored folks want to give one September OI CM Air Concert An open air concert will be given in Mrs R E McRoberts yard Friday night Augv15th The best local talent will participate A line program will be rendered Hljj Fair t Somerset The Somerset Fair is another of the many good ones to be beld in this sec tion Sam M Boone Jr is secretary and Joe II Gibson president The dates arc Sept 2nd aril 4th and 5th Lat Quarterly Meeting The last quarterly meeting for conference year will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday Rev W E Arnold of Stanford will preach at 11 a m and S p m The pastor the members especially to all be present A bunch of drummers who came in on Sunday nights train wandered around town for two hours before they could find a place to lay their heads Will we stand this Nay nay Pauline Lancaster capitalists have more pride than this Curd of Thank I am very grateful to my friends for the timely aid and assistance Sunday and hope I will some day be in position to reciprocate I will always remember the kind work done in romiving my goods and lixtures Very respectfully F P Frisbie They are All Itiulit The ministers didnt try to preach Sunday morning but jumped in and carried water with might and main Lancaster has the best preachers in the state anyway They are all gentlemen and we sinners dont want to run when we see them com ing They are all good friends of THE RKCOKD I oiii Wall in The VcMt Capt Win II Collier who has been in South Dakota for some months reached home a few days after the death of his mother and has been spending some time with his father and sisters Capt Collier is an excel lent young fellow and his many friends will be glad to know that he is doing well in the West lie connected with a mining and prospecting company Honors For Editor The editor of THE RKCOUD has been appointed an honorary member of the Louisville Commercial Club and ap preciates the compliment very much This body has done more for the ad vancement of Kentucky in general and Louisville in particular than organization and the noble forts of its members should be appre elated by every Kentuckian There is a great deal of sickness all over the state just now The extreme weather together with the fact that people keep their stomachs stuffed with vegetables grease and other trash is the cause so physicians tell us and the wonder is that many deaths do not occur Cisterns and wells are low and this too adds much to the trouble IleiiclitN Paid Mr Jas E Todd who accidentally shot himself in the leg last Spring which resulted in the loss of the limb received in full his accideut insurance from the Fraternal Order of America it being the first loss they have since the organization of the Lancaster four which speaks well for the order They are reliable and will pay promptly A Worker To Harry Tomlinson isdue getting Arnolds horses out from the burning stable Although the roof was burning and most ready to fall in Harry rushed through the soaks and untied six of the animals the last one being severely burned he could be untied The animals were pulling hard against the halters and it was ditlicult to get time ropes untied Knowledge of the Bible If you think the average Lancaster man is not up on the bible listen to this Jim Hamilton met Dave Ross Monday and him a wager of 5 that he could not repeat the Lords Prayer The wager was accepted and Dave began thus Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep lIe was then inter rupted by Hamilton saying here is your I did not know you knew it well Town Laws With this issue we send out the new city ordinances as adopted recently They are in force after today Read town attorney and he is entitled to great praise for the excellent work He has labored hard with them and the city should make him a handsome allowance for the work Mr Swine broad is a fine attorney and is getting his share of practice in central Ken tucky y f Sand requests rendered sociable lUnch sustained lodge in ago the credit before trade 5 upby Danville ti another e Sickueys years v w we to en n in at Baptist Camp iTIeclinir The South District Baptist Associa tion embracing several counties will convene at the Old Shawnee Run church near Burgin on August 11 Shawnee Run is one of the oldest churches in the State and services were held there when it was necessa treacherous Indians who infested that portion of the country when the church was first erected It stands close to a cave where Daniel Boone is said to have spent one winter Mr Hubble Succcmsful A special telegram to the dailies says there is a proposition on foot to build a railroad from Corbin Ky to Celina Tenn via Burnside Monti cello and Albany Kyand Byrdstown Tenn The proposed route was sur veyed several years ago Col L F Hubble the promoter has been there up ing subscriptions He has met much encouragement From present indications the road seems a certainty The road if built will open up a large territory in Kentucky and Tennessee rich in timbers minerals oil and gas City Council At the regular meeting of the Coun cil Monday eveninga numberof claims were ordered paid the application of A Arnold to build another livery stable brick with metal roof where the one burned stood was passed until a special meeting and the question of requiring R II Batson to remove force pump from well on Square re feted to a special committee As to the pump the Council granted Mr Batson the use of the well about seven years ago and it was reported that he refused to allow water to be taken therefrom Monday night only for use on his own house This Mr Batson denies and it was refered to the com mittee for adjustment A Card or Thank We desire to express to the people of Lancaster our deep gratitude for the noble assistance so cheerfully given us in our hour of great peril Coming as did strangers to you we feel doubly grateful not only for the kindness of Sunday but all through our stay with you and since our great disaster pen cannot describe our grateful feelings to one and all of the city of Lancaster and the county We are grateful to the many kind people who have so generously opened their homes us and we hope to be able in the near future to again be in our old home the Garrard Hotel where we will be more than pleased to recipro cate time kindness To our colored friends we also ex tend our deepest gratitude for the noble work done by them T B Long and wife A Great His Show at Lexington The big Roman Carnival to be giv at the Lexington Elks Fair Aug to Ki inclusive this year is to be the biggest thing of its kind ever seen Kentucky Speaking of the show Kansas City recently a paper says The DC Kreko Bros Roman Carni vat and Exposition Company includes some of the best fair attactions tour The most important feat ures of this aggregation arc Barthol omews trained horses the Lilliputian horses and ponies the Roman arena Lalla Coolah the manVenus the German Garden the Roman Theater the eruption of Mount Pelee the Electric Theater the Palace of Mys tery the Twentieth Century Girls the Ferris wheel and the Meiers Fam ily of expert swimmers In addition to the foregoing there are gypsy camps vaudeville acts and other minor without number There are over two hundred people connected with the company and taken ell in all the De Kreko Bros aggregation is by far the best of the kind ever seen here AVellJVIerlted SIICCCMH The many friends of Mr Jno Paul Miller of this city are glad to know that he was the successful competitor for the appointment as a cadet to Naval School There were thirteen contestants and Mr Miller receiving the highest marks was given the position He has been a y thencp paste attractions Annapolis Zvi closer noon G 1w a hard student and being an unusually intelligent young man his is quite pleasing to his friends He goes to Louisville in a few days to undergo theCivil Service examination and will enter the Annapolis Academy September 1st appointment m To Tcaclicm We are anxious to have the annual common school contest Septemberlth The teachers are requested to send in the names of the speakers right away a7 Amanda Anderson To Teachers The colored teachers Institute will be held in the court house Monday August 11 All teachers who fail to attend will forfeit their certificates L Walker Supt Another 150 excursion to Cincin nati will be run Sunday and a big crowd is going Theres no disorder on these trains and the trip is a pleasant one Train leaves at 244 a and gets back at midnight A Beautiful Child During our absence last week the paper failed to state that pretty little Miss Mary Gaines of this city was given the premium at the Crab fair as the prettiest baby She is the daughter of Mr Wm Gaines and is a beautiful child KIII IT UP As we go to press several papers are being circulated and are receiving many names of those who want to help replace the hotel and opera house iv great many citizens have given 100 each and no one has refused to con tribute This shows the right spirit and shows furthermore that we have some of the biggesthearted noblest and best people on earth right here in Lancaster This is very encouraging to the company and if the good work is carried just a little further the houses will be rebuilt I desire to thank my many friends who were so kind and grateful during the tire I greatly appreciate them II M Halloo Quick Work The electric light wires were badly tangled by the fire but Mr Ward Mr Fred P Frisbie who is truly a hustler among hustlers rented one of the Stormes rooms opposite Till RECORD office and will be ready for business in a day or two His stock was turned and it is ing hard work to get things back in order You cant peep a good man down I Next to a mans family and business nothing should stand nearer his heart than the town in which he lives says the Winchester Democrat It is the place where he earns his competence and educates his children If he wants to make it populous as thrifty and as widely known as possible he cannot af ford to be indifferent to any thing which will further these ends Sympathy For Lancaster Interior Journal Stanford condoles with her sister town of Lancaster in her fearful loss by fire Certainly the good people of that magnificent little city have had more than such casualties and we sincerely trust that the end of them has at last been reached Tug CENTUAL RECORDS extra telling about the fearful tire and containing good half tone cuts of the wrecked buildings was of commendable enterprise in Editor Landram We congratulate him on his fine effort Should TliuiiK The Lord The man who has a good and wife has reason to get down on his knees three times a day and thank God says an exchange A good wom an can bring more sunshine and into a family circle than a or barrel of cidar and can make all around her happy and contented as well as being the same herself The nearest to heaven that a man gets on earth is when he comes home to the bosom of his family where peace and happiness reign and where discontent and turmoil enter not Will lake A Fortune Leavel colored who formerly lived at Paint Lick but is now law at Lexington has a remarkable device which proba bly will put him on easy street The Leader says it is a contrivance called Telephone Reporter and Recorder He claims that one telephoning the ollice or residence of another can be informed when the person desired will return although there is no one to answer the phone and can also leave a number to be called up when the person desired returns The first part of the invention is operated by a gramophone attachment set in opera tion by the ringing of the bell By setting a dial ones office or residence the phone will be made to answer for instance nnmber to be called which will be recorded in typewritten fashion on a piete of tape He tacks funds to have the instrument manufactured and is desirous of selling a third interest in the invention If you want to look well and feel well have your shirts and collars laundered by the M N Laundry of Lexington Ky H T Logan Agt Lancaster Ky i nighthI I Mrs L Orchard Lack in Busluess theirshare of Lancaster apiece industrious happiness goldmine practicing invented telephoneS PIm aug 7ti ash ha tops turvey tag Loco Louis present a IT CAN BE REBUILT The Hotel and Opera House Will be Rebuilt if The People Will Lend a Little Assis tance and Encouragement in our Extra the hotel and opera house will be rebuilt if the people of the town and county will lend a helping hand Without going into detail we will say that each member of the hotel company lost two dollars in cold cash by the burning of the bulldogs This is the sum in round figures Jf they get all their insurance As stated in Tim RECOUP this building was erected by a company of local people who had the welfare of the town at heart and we know that not of them expected or wanted to realize one cent from the investment They simply wanted to build up the town and being painfully aware of the way Lancaster was lagging in the rear they went into their own pockets some were really not able to do so and put up the houses By a little over sight which it is not worth while to grieve over now they failed to take a bond from the contractor and the buildings were never completed according to specifications and the company has had to go into its pockets and pay for many items which they had not calculated for AVe know furthermore that every cent of rents has been applied on improvements This as stated above was caused by the failure to take bond from the contractor sow the situa tion is this Most of the stockholders are willing to put back every cent they receive from the insurance companies and if necessary spend more money but they are not able to rebuild outright If our people will give the matter little thought and see what their property and business will he benefitted by the building they will we believe make up the balance needed and time housewill be put back The idea of the stockholders is to buy the livery stable lot and build the opera house there Then a twostory hotel can be made with otlice dining room kitchen and barber shop and three store rooms on the ground door thus giving room on second floor over this and opera house for an ample number of rooms The burned burned building didnt have enough rooms and many more could have been used Lancaster has had nothing which has improved her more than that hotel Its builders were sneered at by some old fogies and many unkind remarks made as to their business ability by people who ought to have known better but the fact that the house was a success and the biggest improvement the town ever had was such a rebuke to time com mentors that the company should feel elated over their success Its no use to talk over the past Itssimply will we rebuild this institution and show to the world that we have plenty of pluck and enterprise or will we lay aside our fighting clothes and drop back into the sleepy behindthetimes gait that we were going a few years ago Theres not a business man in or Garrard county that was not benelittedby that hotel This is a broad assertion but if you will study the situation will see where we are right Of course there will be cold water thrown on the proposition just as before but a few mossbacks abound in every town and if you listen to them we will never have anything but a crop of weeds growing in the Public Square but what we want to do come to the relief of the town make a donation to the rebuilding fund and thus resume our position at the head of the column What say you gentlemen will we do this or drift back to our old position in the rear Speak now or ever after hold your tongue Asstated thousand lone Lancaster i Open Air Concert Section No 1 of the Ladies Aid will give an open air concert on Mrs J C Hemphiirs lawn on the evening of August 12th The best talent in the town and county will take part and an evening of promised all who attend Your Entries The management of the Garrard county Elocutionary Contest to be held at Lancaster Court House 21 have concluded to permit all young ladies to enter the contest up to twelve or fifteen as there are not victors enough to make the number Twenty dollars to first and five to second Send name and selec tion at once to F S Hughes Lan caster Ky pleasure- is Hush July 313t August dollars State Sunday School Convention The following card has been sent out to the members of the State Sunday School Convention by the general E A Fox and county J N Denny urges that members take noticeLouisville Ky July 11 1902 Dear is now time to work m earnest for our State which meets at Hopkinsville Aug 19 20 21 I am happy to state that the Railroads have granted one fare for the round trip Each school is entitled to one dele every 100 enrolled or fraction thereof and the county to ten at large freePleasein the next issue of your local papers and do all you can to work up a good at tendance from your Sincere E A Fox General Secy secretary FriendIt begin secretary Convention c gate fur 4 ly STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at 1C P POSTLES Hardwrro store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES Wft i mki 4 CONTEST I r 1 f Win Ray 11 Hainilloii A I Ford 7 II Dunn White W K Cook John Bonnie A K Walker R M Frank Pierce WB Denny J A Sanders 1 1 3 n G nile 1 l R Ruble 1 Ij 15 list 1 U x 12 2- J 17 15 17 to 13 Andrew Thompson 32 J Y Uobinson 11 Lewis Thompson 10 Walker 21 Ike Arnold 12- J B Parks 12 Tvobt Burton 14 David Boss 1 1 B Robinson 1 1 1 C Fox 20 HC Arnold 25 T C Gulley E II B SuttonE 1 1 S Robinson A R D IlII 1 Counting II Rubt Kinnard J o Corn tee Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc In W B Burton is in Lexington fur a few days Miss Cora Ward entertained Friday evening Ben D Herndon is in Louisville on business Mrs Jesse Sweeney is in Crab Orch srrd recuperating Mr and Mrs Rice Bongo of Danville were here Sunday Mr Todd Scott of Shelby ville is here for a few days Mrs R E Henry has returned to her home in Eldorado Ark Mr Sam Joseph a Cincinnati drum mer was here Sunday Mr Saulley Hughes has been rusti cating at Dripping Springs Miss Bruce Wcaren left this morn ing for her home in Stanford Miss Bessie Batson was at home to a few friends Thursday evening Miss Mary Thompson joined the l irty to Mammoth Cave Monday Mrs W K Shugars has returned from a visit to her parents in McKinney John L Duncan Jr of Toledo is Citing his cousin Joseph Ballou Jr Lexington Herald Mr Gco Dunlap is out after an illness of soveral days Mrs Mamie Thompson of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs Fannie Farra Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta is visiting her sister Miss Jennie Dun Miss Scotia Petty left Friday to vis it her aunt Mrs Blankcnship of St LouisMiss Etta Hilton of Brodhead is the guest of her sister Miss Alberta Hilton Miss Stella Huston will spend two weeks vacation with relatives in Cyn thiana Mrs Osec Huffman of Louisville is the guest of her Mrs M D Hi Mr and Mrs Graham Price of Dan ville spentSunday with Mrs Tattle FrisbieJames Smith Ben Herndon and Frank Marksbury took in Huston ville lair Mrs Lucy Maupin of Kingston Mad ison county returned to her home last week Mrs Jack Vanetta and children of I have on hand some pretty Haviland Sets I will be pleased to and price you a 0 beautiful Gold band dinner set and Havi land Ifyou are think ing of buying call at my store II M Ballon I People ft3i r can sister the I shoW i I 1 t 4 z f a J t 1 I 5 I 4 1 Lexington are visiting her father Mi Isaac Myers James Y Currey and wife of York are guests of his father Mr Theo Currey Kauirman has return el from a pleasant visit to relatives in TTustonville Miss Rhoda White has returned home after soveral weeks visit to Crab Orchard Miss Berta Hilton has returned from a month visit to Brodhead and Crab Orchard Mr Owen Shugars and sistersMisses Maggie and Bess havo returned from Dripping Springs Mrs Win Marrs of KnoxvilleTenn is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick were visiting the family of Mr J U Sunday Mrs Leander Davidson and daugh ter Mrs Z Rice are spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs Will Simpson are visit ing Wilmore for a week and will also attend the Lexington Fair Misses Chenault Letcher andGreen leaf of Richmond have been the guests of Miss Louise KuuiTman Jacob Joseph and Miss Sallie Ross have returned from a delightful visit to Miss Ada Fox of Eton Ohio Mrs E Smith and children and Miss Georgia Henry of Eldorado Ark are visiting the family of Mr Solon Henry Mrs W T Browning and children of Lexington are visiting the family of Mr John Anderson Lexington Ave nue Mrs Frazee and daughter Miss who have been guests of Mrs II C Jennings returned to Maysyille Tues day Mr Charles Walker who has a posi tion on the L and JJ is spending a month with his mother Mrs Dorcas WalkerMisses Cordie Hamilton of Bryants ville and Ada Dickerson of St Louis are the attractive guests of MrsLetch er Owsley Miss Allie Anderson returned Mon day from Atlanta Tier many friends are rejoiced over the improvement in her health Master Howard Ileilinger who has been staying with his aunt Mrs T B Long left Monday evening for his home in Cincinnati Mrs Will Bixler and little son of ITarrodsburg Mr and Mrs T D Ches nut of Boyle were guestf of Miss Sal lie Lou Myers Thursday Miss Hattie Robertson alter a pleasant visit to friends here left Monday to visit her sister Mrs Dan Ilemphill of icholasyille Mr Zimmer and family have moved to the house vacated by Mr Banks Hudson the latter moving to the Kir by property on Danville avenue Mrs Maggie Hobbs and youngest children left this week for Mexico where she takes a position in a Miss Lena and Joe will follow Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro and William Wherritt of New Orleans who have been guests of their parents Mr and Mrs W II Whcrritt have re turned home Mr Millard West who has a good position in Washington D C is this week to spend a month with his mother Mrs Jennie West Stanford avenue Mrs Joe Elsener and Sister and Bro ther Miss Annie Miller and Master Willie Ferguson spent Saturday and Sunday at Danville with Mr John Williams and family Miss Spainhower who was employ ed in the local exchange has gone to Cincinnati to work in one of the tele phone offices there She has been vis iting her sister at Teatersville for a few days Richmond Pantagraph Miss Kate Lee Denny from Lancaster is Misses Mary and Margaret Miller this city Miss Florence Burnsido has returned to Lancaster after a vis it to Miss Emily Chenault The following formed to New Miss Frankie I Mrs Fannie hospital soon expected visiting a arty Mammoth Cave Monday Dr J B Kinnaird and daughter Angie and son Virgil Dr W S Beazley Messrs John Simpson Louis Gill Misses Grace Kinnaird Mary Martha and Helen Gill Mrs Dr Acton and children are visiting relatives at Hiattsvillc Born to the wife of Mr Booth Thom son a boy The child lived only a short time Master Robertson Cool entertained his little friends Tuesday it being his fourth birtyday Sam Rich arid daughter Bell Rich and son are visiting their parents Mr Philip Dalton wifeMiss Bruce Pumphrey leaves this week on a visit to her sisters Mesdames Jordan and Tankersley of Hamilton OhioLexington Herald The friends of Mr Ashbrook Frank will be distressed to learn that he is quite sick and the doctors fear that he has typhoid fever Ed Short formerly of this city whose extreme illness was noted in last issue died at the home of his pa rents in Richmond on Friday He was a nephew of Mrs C D Powell of this place Rev B A Daws and wife of Louis ville are visiting Mrs Lucy Sutton He is pastor of the Highlad Baptist church in that city He is conduct inS a meeting at Kirksville during his visit here Danville i ews Misses Alice and Lena Rigney of Lancaster Lyda Hughes and Katie Campbell of Jsicholasville and Jennie Burnside of Garrard are visiting Mr John Cotton and family during the fair Mrs Henry Clay Jennings of Lancaster and sister Mrs Eliza Lusk Frazee of Maysville visited Mrs J T Hackley on the pike For Coiiimoifivcitltli Attorney- We are to announce Chn A Hnnliu as a candidate before the Democratic party as Commonwealth Attorney df this the thirteenth Judicial Call For Icctiua of County Commit tee In Carrurd The undersigned members of the democratic committee of Garrard county Ky hereby issue a call for a meeting of said committee in Ky on Thursday Aug 7 1102 at 2 oclock p in in the court room for the transaction of business C S Ballew J P Bourne Jas Clark J II Arnold W G Gooch M F Rout A copy Attest M D Hughes Secty A 7000000 BABY JVIneVcarOia boy InlieiUs Estate of Iaily William llcrrHforils Hiisliaiul James Hooker IFnniersloy for many years a prominent figure in the fashionable life of the city died of heart failure a few days ago at his country home at Ciarrisousoiithe IJmlsonMr was the cousin of Louis C Hamersley the first hus band of Lady imam 1erosford Lady Ieresfords second husband was the late duke of says the New York World Louis C Hamersley left an ex trumlinary will when he died in lSSt He provided that his widow should have the income of his estate during her life but upon her death the whole property valued at 7000000 was to go to the male is sue of his cousin J Hooker Ham mersley In event of the latter no male issue the estate was t go to such charities as his widow should name in her will At the time of Louis C Hamers leys death J Hooker Hamersley was regarded as a confirmed bache lor soon after lie married Miss Katherine Chisholm a noted south ern beauty One baby daughter and then baby daughter were born to the couple But on July 2 3 892 a baby boy was born and since then he has been called the 7000000 Hamers Icy baby although he is now a sturdy boy of nine years The 103 is named Louis Gordon Hamersley and his health has been guarded as carefully as if he were the heir to a kingdom SHE BOUGHT THE LOT Baltimore Man with Itcnl Estate for Sale Made Effective Use of Uillboard Honest advertising is hard to beat as all business minds will agree but here is a story of a little scheme that served the purpose quite as well as advertising says the Baltimore News A man well known in this city had a piece of property in the northern section which he wished to sell The property was on one corner of a con servative street and on the opposite corner was the residence of a lady who is well known in society and wealth The man who owned the lot offered it to the lady at what real estate brokers term a still figure She wanted the property but not at the price The man who of course will be designated as mean decided that the lady on the opposite corner should have the and at his price Now the lady in question is orthodox to an extreme undreamed of by the most rabid conservatives She is a whiteribbon lady and she often at the rude pictures that had a change of bill weekly on the huge posterboards with which the mar adorned his lot Week after week pictures of actress es of the fewclothes variety were displayed on the posters and the lady was horrified She offered to split the difference with the heartless man but he held out for his price Recently the lady paid it and now the nasty billboards are missmcr rf I j Mrs Dalton aud- I Stanford authorlzctl Marlborough Jut another property shuddered r f Walker Lancaster First February leaning ATLANTIC Try KXCIltSION Thursday The last excursion of the season will be run to Atlantic City from Lexing ton andCentral Kentucky day Aug 14 via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway and Washington D C The round trip rate will be 14 from Lexington Winchester and Jit Ster ling and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Ken tucky points Tickets will be good returning 12 days from date of sale and will per mit stopovers at Washington on the return trip Through sleepers will be run from Lexington for which the berth rate will be 84 This excursion will permit a visit to New York at very little expense Atlantic City is the largest the Atlantic coast and a great varie ty of recreation and amusement can be found there together with the best hotel accommodations to be had Full information and sleeping car reservations will be made on to Geo W Barney Div Past Agent Lexington Ky MMHHf M MUM t MMM ti Business and Bargains MMMHMMMM HH Sec the fancy hose at Josephs j Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs N New stock of late books at I H The best the lightest and the strongest is the Capital wagon sold by Gaines Bros New line of summer dimmities at Josephs drug store J We are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners can getleyerything needed at Frisbies You can get your carriage work promptly done at W J Romans We pay the highest price for coun try produce either in cash or Currey Davidson Ask farmers that have used fertilizer and you will try it Gaines Bros will sell you any amount Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and Poul try food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey To the Democracy the 13li Tmlichil District I am a candidate for the nomination for toe judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs You get true weights and measure at Currey Davidsons To get good results from the wheat you sow use fertilizer Sold cheap by Gaines Bros All kind of fancy trimmings spring and summer gowns at Josephs We put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers use this tire W J Romans Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson Hemp Reapers Corn Harvesters and Corn Shockers sold by Gaines Bros We sell the best and freshest groce ries at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc gQ Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on You should see our line of They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancaster All tIle la test shades J Joseph STOLEN From my pasture four miles from Lancaster on the new Danville pike a black mare about 15 hands high in good condition Has a raw place on forehead rubbed by brow band of bridle Suitable reward will be paid for information or her return to me J H Bourne July 31 tf Strayed or Stolen Black Poland China Boar weight about 200 lbs with four white feet white on end of tail white face on July 7 was not marked Any one delivering same to me will receive a reward of 500 B Ramsey JrPaint Lick We are the people if you want the best Roods for the least money Our long stay in Lancaster is cient that we deal on the and treat all alike J Joseph ia the Cltcajenkc Ohio Ualhvay IIt resort on application 1 All the leadingMagazi J and Democratic 1J C heaping Reeds r For Sale tu J you parasols july 31Gt squire An 11 poi nts1 hurl C ThomS- on atFrisbies drugs e groceries C Davidson SAti Liar J C lost Your ground dont get to weedy too loose nor too hard for a Chattaunooga Hancock disc tried and proved to be the first plow made pulverizes the soil so as to save farmer 5 per cent of the harrow for sale Gaines Bros Ed C Gaines tells us besides Corn Harvesters this season they will handle a corn shocker made only by Deering Harvesting Co and sold only by Gaines Bros Capacity of this machinefor one man 50 to 7f shocks per day also does its own tieing Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf My house and lot on Water street Lancaster is for sale Terms liberal possession January 1 1903 01U02 J E Doores We do not shove off outofdato on our customers We buy at right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have been in Lancaster so long J Joseph Well well well We are still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shod der Come in and we will show you J Joseph I will till your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jel lico which is guaranteed to me to be as good as any coal in Jellico district I will make special price on car load lots J T Williams juiy 243m R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf We make no flourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy came to us j and you can get them at reasonable prices J Joseph If you have not paid your taxes you will tied Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your Sanders Ward A I VKIITISKD L1CTTKUS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post ollice unclaimed week ending July 21st 1502 Mrs Ellen T Anderson G B An derson Kinnie Burdctt Mrs Scritda McClouse Mary L Turpin Mary Liz zie Tarpin Lud Taylor Mrs Lizzie Yager If called for say advertised Wm West P M For Fall IMoivIu Try a Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow used and endorsed by the follow ing prosperous farmers of Garrard Co Coby Jinkins Gene Broklc R K Swope Curt Robinson Frank Parks R A McYath W B Ruble T B Walker Clay Sutton Tom Moore N Curry R J Easly Sold Guaranteed by Gains Bros Great Attraction at Lexington FlKw Fair Greater are to be seen at the Lexington Ellis Fair this year August 11 to 10 inclusive than ever before Lodge No 80 B P 0 E has contracted with the celebrated De 3vreko Bros Roman Carnival and Company at St Louis which has been preparing for the Worlds Fair and besides will have Phinneys famous United States band piec es and automobile races every day All of these features are expensive and novel All have been procuredat great cost but the Lexington Elks determined to do away with the old midway features and get at any price The De Krekos are said to have the greatest show ever given in open air They travel by special train of 12 coaches carry 212 people 26 horses 41 sets of scenery and three military bands MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies J McGABVEV JK Pre Richmond Kentucky ADVANTAGES THAT NO OTHER FEMALE COLLEGE IN KENTUCKY AFFORDS Beautifully situated in the famous Bluegrass region Has just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history The only female college in the state that keeps a faculty of graduates of the University of Mich Ann Arbor Columbia Uni versity N Y City Vanderbilt Uni versity and others of the worlds greatest institutions with record as nstructors unsurpassed Music de partment exceptionally strong with instructors from the greatest Con servatories Scientific apparatus and general equipment of building first class Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Egypt Palestine and EuropeSickness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our catalogue 14Gb u Farmers JroIteru for Sale goods Notice name attractions Exposition of32 something- new composed handling C handsome CLEARING OUT PRICES ON LOW SHOES Colonials Sandals Blucher Ties Oxfords Theos and Fedoras Theyre all going at prices cut in half PETERS make every one of them Theyre just as good shoes to day as they were a month as swell just as snappy just as dainty just as desirable The only difference is that if we dont sell them quick the season will be over and we shall have to carry them over until next year We wont do it Weve got to lose money on thorn and well lose it right now If you want to get a chance at a bargain speak quick as there are not so very of these goods left WARD i We Can Supply Your Every Want agojust SYM PSON tt tt tt tt t tt t t t tt t t t tt t t tt t t t t 1 many Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows I- j Corn Planters Cultivators I keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOS Successors to J M Higginbotham Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday FOX STUDIO Public Square Lancaster Ky t i i t t t Ve i i nu mI MODERN PHOTOGRAPHS THE 44 4 44 3444 41 44 4444 44444 44e4444 4443 43 3 1 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C ta The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy ply seam Sold by uptodate merchants everywhere or2 samples sent prepaid for2S cents j They ft V any quarter collar made Merchants should for our 1902 offer s I equa i I t writ If You Are Going North If You Are Going If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC South LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R l L The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other informaUoa win be cheerfully furnished by f ATMORC r77Ji to eo su t q I AND t t 4 Loo7RILLLYS DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVTLtE KENTUCKY J r OF Stanford Ky Friday Saturday Aug 8th and 9th Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted B SWINEBROIDArTORNEY AT IAW- Laacaster Ky Office over Thompsons store I VERANDA HOTEL KyMonday G I We Can Save Honey For You fA rfi rriImlfillj l rrIJ rnriiLf1m II3Fr1ffi 0 ij 0 8 t JT t 7 o0000oooooc L When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact Eonaos Elm 0o 0o 0o Q 3 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 i o 0 rflJ TI fiJ rflJ I L Q Q 0 E3 Wagon 0p 0p Q 1 0000 00000000 00000r r CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Office in Lancaster Ky its M iil Matter Lancaster Ky Any 7 IQ02 WHAT OTIIKItS SAY Give Below Some CIIl l Showing tat Dauvillo IM Doing Advocate A meeting of the soliciting committees for the city of Danville was held last night at the court house at which plans were for a house to house canvass for subscriptions for the Southern right of way A committee was also appointed and assigned to work on the fair grounds next week The county committees are meeting this and organizing for systematic work in the county A meeting of the town committee will be held next Tuesday evening in the court house at which a report will be made So far voluntary subscriptions have been made amounting to about 5500 All the committees assigned last night are actively canvassing the town It is stated on good authority that some important work is being done by Lancaster and Burgin parties to change the order of things and de pave Danville of the extension It seems that a delegation from headed by Gov W O Bradley went to Xew York last week in the interest of that town but it is not known what they accomplished The Lancaster Record however gives up the tight However it is not quite safe to presume too much upon Lancasters inactivity that about twothirds of the right of way from Burgin to has already been secured and it seems that the people of that county even those who are most injured by the passage of a road through their property are wide awake to the ad vantages and necessity of a road for Garrard county One man whose farm was split in two by the road without solicitation to donate the right of way Moreover every day that passes brings nearer the hour when Boyle countyunless she does her share will be notified that the most magnificent opportunity for growth and increase in wealth in a quarter of a century has gone by Truly we have come to a parting of the ways VVe can either take stock in this extension and get on a Chicago seaboard trunk line with a division end and all its advantagesor we can freeze our hands on our pocket books for a few days longer and purchase a tick et cheap now costly in the future on the Great Hog Train Unlimited This road runs only one way however and that is down hill because itis easier to go tqat way It runs swiftly It wont take us long if we choose that line to reach that peaceful state of Innoccuous desuetude where all indi Tiduals and communities that enterprise enough to take advantage of opportunities finally land Then think oh think of the expense it will lie to purchase sufficient cows to keep the grass eaten down on the streets and the effort it will be to her citizens to keep the flourishing moss swept off their backs Danville Courier The Southern management is considering the pro posed extension of the road Confer ence after conference has been held and Danville last week felt quite sure of securing the coveted prize On the other hand our plucky neighbor Bur gin heartily seconded by Lancaster and other towns to the east are in earnest in the effort to have the ex tension follow the route that the Southern surveyed from Burgin to Jel lico two or three years ago at thesame time the route through Boyle to Dan yule was marked off Danville was rumored here yesterday that Lancaster had for some time been making great efforts in the way of securing the right of way along the route surveyed from Burgin I g B j i fast I e railway formulated afternoon today Lancaster ostensibly It is understood Lancaster offered railroad NewsIt 1 firro d W haven I is to that town and that an option twothirds of the line of survey been secured one man in havinggiven the right of way his farm and five hundred dollars gentleman who is responsible for rumor imparted the information a delegation from Lancaster by exGovernor Bradley had New York with a view of getting road to build to that town all which shows that the people of realize what a great thing would be and are leaving no stone un turned to bring it to the county of Garrard Danville has first call should not let the opportunity of century pass It was through the in strumentality of Judge Alex Humph rey a former resident of Danville now of Louisville that we were given the preference Judge Humphrey been untiring in his efforts to secure the extension to our city Ills efforts are crowned with success and it for us to till our part of the con tract by raising the required sum If the people could only realize what benefit it will be to the town and county the money would be contribu ted in a short time The ing of the town committee will be held at the court house next Tuesday night At this meeting will be deci ded whether or not to publish scriptions as they are received which if it is done will show how much at heart each and every one has the fare of the community Oil lit Kentucky The Somerset Journal which is splendid authority on the subject says Is Kentucky an oil field That depends upon the stand point of the one who is to make response to the enquiry Kentucky is certainly producing oil There are nearly or quite one hundred rigs at work in the State every day and all day pounding the drill through the earth where oil is supposed to be in hiding More of these drills are at work today than at any other period since the first discovery of oil in the Wayne county field We know by the observations of one year that a lot of excited leasegrabbers landgrafters stock promoters and speculatorsgush erhunters and selfesteemed experts camping around promiscuously does not constitute an oil field The of disappointed investors in the stock issued by these parasites upon an industry and the wails of weakknees whose contributions to wild cat ventures turned into dusters ought not to influence the judgment of conservative people whose money is at work with the drill The days of sensational reports which the specula tivo element has sneaked into the public prints have passed and along with them have passed out of the way a lot of fools with money to spend recklessly and indiscriminately in drilling shallow holes Oil in Kentucky Profitable wells have been sunk Legitimate oil con panics and intelligent operators are the field to stay Oil is want ed and oil is needed Oil wells of steady though small capacity are pay ing property Kentucky is therefore an oil field Writes With Her Toes The curiosity seeker loafer and all the habitues of Court Square were highly entertained last Tuesday by the arrival on the Square of Miss Ada the armless girl of Ansil Pulaski county with her banjo She appears to be 14 or 15 years of age and posseses an attractive face and has blue eyes She performs ve ry skillfully with her toes on her in strument and accompanies the strains of the banjo with the sweet music of a tender pathetic voice The lies on the floor before her and she brings forth the music by the well trained application of the toes She writes very legibly and quickly and told with pencil her name and post office She entirely dependent upon the gener osty of the spectators for her living Harrodsburg Democrat t 1 I Lancaster remains next the sub we 4 industriously mutterings is abundant expressive banjo h nice herein isii CYLCONES are SWEEPING INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO LONG R KINNAIRD Lancaster J lrJr0IflJllj fjJ i J 10J WjJr0Z r tiJjjTfJK 01fZ1t 3TfiiffJel0 rJY1Jt Jtf01 00w f rI the COUNTRYL 1j iJ J1 tI lID I llfjflft lfjJfJlltilffJfj rtJ1JffjjflJlYlrglff 7fZjjZ tJ0 0 lJ1 jJirJi0Z iJrJffJif f S o 0 GENTLEMAN Rowan Saullcy in the Interior Jour nal Perhaps the ablest and most cer tainly one of the ablest lawyers in this portion of Kentucky is Col W G Welch who was born in Crab Orchard on the 4th day of April 1841 He is descended from one of those old families so famous for its worth intellect and courage and is in every sense the honored son of a worthy sire Col Welch graduated from Georgetown College in 1859 and afterwards studied law at Louisville Possessing a decided talent for the profession of Blackstone he readily a lucrative practice and is reckoned among the most gifted NOBLE Virginia sterling acquired today 1 I I A of it a j s Generous to that degree which has made it a fault he has given to every call of charity and other worthy cause that has come within his scope until he has become recognized by those who know him best as a benefactor of Col Welch has always been a and being an accomplished and lucid thinker he is the of numerous calls to present his partys claim in time of political During the strife between the States Cal Welch espoused the cause that was destined to be lost and under the command first of Gen John II Morgan and then of Gen KirbySmith served throughout with honor to and to his country With talents well fitted for the highest stations the subject of this sketch is unambi tious of political honors and remains content with the ease and of private life surrounded by his friends and relatives to whom he is devoted and who in turn love and respect him for no truer man to his braver champion of all that is noble can be found than Col Gatewood Welch Important to Sunday School Workers The thirtyseventh annual conven tion of the Kentucky Sunday School Association meets at Ilopkinsville August 1920 and 21 next Nothing is being left undone to make this one of the largest and best conventions in the history of the As sociation Mr Marion Lawrence of Toledo Ohio Dr II M Ilamill of Nashville Tenn and Dr A L of Richmond Va three of the most noted Sunday school workers of America will be present and take a prominent part in the program The railroad will give the rate of one fare for the round trip Each Sunday school in the State is entitled to one delegate for every one hundred or fraction there of enrolled It be hooves every Sunday school in the Stateto send delegates to this great convention and pay their way if Many of the best schools in the State are doing this All delegates must receive credentials from the State Association through the county officers Delegates will be free during the convention As soon as appointed the names of del egates who want be sent to Mrs T C Underwood IIop kinsville Ky For particulars ad dress E A Fox General Secretary Louisville Kentucky A twolegged mare J A color girl who After a man has learned to be man aged by his wife he is in a fair way to make a good husband The ligntning change artist has a right to say Oh thunder To the shoemaker the most ordina ry sole is not beneath notice Dont know as theres anything ir ritating about a chafing dish The apple of a mans eye is the kind that he wants to see paired Its a good farmer who raises noth ing so abundantly as doubts citi Doesnt a man feel cheap when he Is caught at a bargain counter democrat orator recipient warfare himself Independence friendsor William Phillips necessary entertained entertainment should horseShanks bearerthe blushes 1 Cst Iork Roast and Its Origin On Steve Baileys farm last week 8 large hogs and a few shoats were pret ty thoroughly roasted says the lIar rodsburg Democrat Steve furnished the meat and fuel and nature lighted the lire by a stroke of lightning that consumed a large straw stack and the swine that had taken shelter under it How many school children know that cooked pork as food had its origin in the accidental burning of a straw stack and of a sow and pigs years and years ago The story goes that some Chinese children were shooting their popping crackers about a stack of rice straw when it caught tire and burned In stirring about in the hot ashes the kids found the burnt pigs the odor of which was so tempting to their olfac tories and appetites they tasted it liked it and took some of the cooked pigs to their parents and they in turn to their neighbors The news spread crowds of Chinese men women and children gathered around the pile of ashes and fished out the remainder of the pigs and the burnt body of the old mother pig and feasted For the Chinese followed a custom of at fixed periods around a rice straw stack each family bringing a pig or hog so secured that it could not get away piled them on the straw and fired it after which they in a gormandizing feast of roast pork This fashion prevailed for years before any one thought of the idea of killing and dressing the hogs and afterward cooking the meat in civilized fashion Primary Elections Editor is a growing opposition to conventions to settle the claims of candidates for olllce Much discord and evil effects are produced by such methods whsre party and the general welfare are tram pled under foot by those who hold themselves above the party The proceedings in conventions and their bad effects on party organiza tion are too wellknown to require mention With proper rulings to gov ern primaries and good men to en force them these bad effects can very largely be avoided The people hold the power The question is asked who should be the electors Mani festly the party for which the election is held If it be a democratic primary those who have generally affiliated with the democratic party together with honest truthful man who his intention to support the nominee should alone be permitted to vote Floaters or those who cast their votes for a reward should not be permitted to vote The reason for this is apparent The floater has no politics and he will not support the nominee at the final election unless he is paid to do so and but few men are able to buy two prefer not to indulge in such corrupt methods Again the floater holds the balance of power in some sections the will of the majority of the party holding the election may be thwarted and dis cord will certainly be the result Such voters cannot be barred at a general election but they can be denied a vote at a primary without giving the reason If they become offended it matters not for they must be bought in the final race anyway Let us have a clean vote and we can then march in a solid column without any discord against the enemy I have never scratched a democratic ticket and I have always labored to advance the interests of the party but I assert and no one who has the good of the party at heart will deny the truth of the assertion that it would be a burning shame to allow floaters to come into a family fight and settle the contention over the members of the family Of course the color line should be drawn and strictly observed DKMOCKAT s assembling indulged many RecordThere interests corrupt any declares elections and some year Among The Exchanges A long lean gawky boy from the slashes came to town the other day and after wandering up and down the sidewalk in front of the hotel for an hour or so he stopped in front of a window in which was hung an Elks fair poster in a little while he was joined by one of the towns smart Alec loafers and before long another and then two or three more The boy said not a word but continu ed to gaze on the picture After half an hour had passed one of the more curious loafers could stand it no long er and he asked the farmer boy what he was looking at I was just trying see how long a fellow could tend his own business in this town with some darn fool wanting to know what he was doing Richmond Cli All three of the Louisville and lien durson packets are carrying bands and likewise runty passengers While at this port Saturday the Tarascon came near losing half dozen fresh young la dy passengers They came up the levee bare headed and asked to ride on a dray when they had piled on the driver started the mule but the unfamiliar motion of the mulemobilc disturbed the equilibrium of the sis ters from the city met they wallowed around on the vehicle displaying colored hose and garters galore If any of them had been even good looking they would have been kidnap ed Ilawesville Plaindealer Browder Yocum of the north end of the county has a new scheme for killing flies At meal time he makes a ring of molasses about the size of a plate in the center of the board and draws a circle of gunpowder around this When a goodly number of the winged insects alight he touches a match to the and the flytrap and stickpaper have been beaten a News Paris is getting to be a sensational town Within the last few weeks there have been murders suicides railroad accidents and this week two of its citizens have been charged with violent abuse of their wives and one of the latter is a minister of the gos Democrat Why we would like to ask should one write Mrs Dr DinkMrs DrBurch or Mrs Dr Miles any more than Mrs Editor Babbage and Mrs Editor Dun can Mrs Dink Mrs Burch nor Mrs Miles are not we should use only their husbands initials or Dr so and so and wife If such ap pellations are in order allow me to say that Mrs traveling salesman W D Howard is spending the summer with Mrs Abe Ditto Cor Breckinridye We have always heard that a man has to cut his wisdom teeth before he is qualified to trade horses but there was a case before in which there was no wisdom teeth in evidence but a very large applica tion of John Barleycorn G W Ringo started out with a horse and Benee Tolson started out with one Tolson wanted to trade After filling up on bug juice Ringo wound up with 5and Tolson with both horses sadJles and bridles The jury gave Ringo Ins horse backbut the next time he trades he should confine his drinking to cold News One day last week Mr Pusey Bailey was invited to spend the day with some old folks on Mill creek In order to pass away the afternoon he conclu ded to go fishing In a few hours he caught 18 black bass the string weigh ing 1SJ pounds lie shot 144 bullfrogs and killed a large sucker with a rock For an afternoon off from a dinner party that is rather hard to beat Elizabethtown News I farmer Ito I max various blockAnderson pelParis physiciansso News Judge Rider Ionday I waterElizabethtown pon dar SCROFULAattendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the young Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the hinderstheparentageis a dangerousandthe bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting inwhite swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and bodyS and tonic properties and is guaran inallblood makes it rich and strong and a complete andI permanent cure is soon S S S improves the digestion and assimilation of food restores the Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and co Atia t o Ill lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthyto the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated andskinor The season has arrived for Painting and Papering sdi Purest brines of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I I Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store AI We have all kinds of Paints for all kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line the very lowest prices possible House Paint Carriage Paint Wagon Paint Roof Paint Floor Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Varnish Stain We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBin DRUG STORE VOO OO3 O3 OOOO Oj OI O 5 O O O O Ot on t 0 lure constipation by agitating the S 0 0 OC 0o i i2 t o 8- r o o f I t 2 2 E 1 rrtlfDP They temporarily j1s ll t OOO OCOeO 000ePJO sOJO s O Oi OOCOGO 4o p- at0 4 0 0 0 s 0 Ql e 0 8 00 C 0 0 roa e 1 bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestinesT execute natural functions Unnat ural Agitation caused by cathartics g j compels 1 v acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER e e Pa attaint f- iIt I rn11r BOTTL- Es C O ROUTE POPULAR EXCURSIONS T 0 OLD POINT COMFORT OCEAN VIEW VA TICKETS GOOD RETURNING FIFTEEN DAYS TICKETS WILL BE SOLD JULY 15 AND 29 AUG 19 AND SEPT 2 Solid Ycstibulcd Trains Dining Cars Electric Lights Pullman Sleepers Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at C O Ticket Ollice Phoenix Hotel 13DD RDHNU TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A n m E AND w r C S LOCAL TIME TABLES J I I So IMixctl JcaVcs Lancaster 11 A M- Xnrthbnd Miserf Northbnd PBs gf 241 AM Southbnd 1211 AM 35tOo Co bnd r at line of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown S I s IIanrls melt Queen Crescent Time Card Q C PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOHSD Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 nm Number 6 Daily Stop l33piri Number 4 Dally Docs Not 35 am flagged 414 pm Nnmbcr4 docent stop at Danville but dues at Junction City at 4 SI am SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops when flaged 1146 am 1112 am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number 3 MIdnit On HrJ5pni stops when stop C Numbers Number 5 Jf I rI1- t r 1 t iaitKflsi mMSrmBAM naiff OTHER ATTRKTIVE ffm FUTURES 1m I ItI 4it fttvfRYDIIDIot tS GOMIIY flow ff JDY ON APPLICATION iI J PllLIM7NRY7RTRLQGUc For the Farmer Trader and Housewife rv Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Mr Cook of the 7500 acre Odebolt farm Iowa grows and markets fi000 hogs per year His farm is divided into half section tracts with a for each Estray a light red steer with nuhin horns white hind feet up to his Hank and front feet white to his fetlock Came to our place of Tuly lie is about J years old and weighs about 3000 pounds Kepomuck Miller Richmond street one mile from town It is said that 8125000000 will be paid out in this country in dividends on various kinds of railway corpora lion and industral stocks and that this is larger than ever before for Ju ly dividends The avenues of business Jeel the effect of it in all directions Dick McElwain of Warren county Ivy recently sold to Henry Cullensof Lexington eight mare mules 1C hands high of an average weight of l1001bs at 117 each The United States is the greatest paper producing country on the face of the globe its total output being a little over li000000 pounds a day of which nearly 5000UOO goes to the newspapers of the country 2G0000 for the printing of books and a little over 1000000 for writing The rest is wrapping paper and boards of all kinds Besides this 11000000 lbs of pulp are produced- A Canadian chicken man uses this ration for fattening his fowls for the market Two parts of finely ground barley mixed with slim milk and fed three times a day for three weeks Thirty Barred Plymoth Hock cocker els were fed on these rations and the cost per pound of flesh gain was live and a quarter cents Other growers use the following Morning two fifths ground corn twofifths wheat bran onelifth wheat middlings Tins was fed three mornings and the other mornings ground oil cake was mixed into the mash Noon boiled potatoes and stale bread Afternoon immediately after the noon ration was eaten the troughs were cleaned and Jilled with whole corn and wheat which was allowed to remain before the birds for the rest of the day Corn smut is not easily prevented and to the present time we have been able to discover no remedy for itPick fug off the smut balls before their de devclopes have burst seems to be the most effective preventive of the spread of the smut pores Cattle should not be allowed to cat them as the spores then get into the and are taken again to the When masses of dry smut are found in the fall they should be burned Farmers Review A dispatch from Washington says 31 C Morgan of Marco known as the greatest cattle feeder in Southern has just made a shipment of cattle that went direct to London In this shipment there were 200 head and they were taken to Boston on a special train of thirteen cars The cattle were sold at the pens for 7c The average weight was l523 pounds and Mr Morgan received about 21000 for them Seven li of WomenCHARACTER AN QUALITY The first seven years are infancy the second the third the fourth fully Until the nee of the foreman 2nd rations manur Indiana export womanhood the Infancy vf forty two and used field develoteal tilt on s s aturcJ and fixed After that few changesoccur in real jAl a cessation of Mill a habit estab Ml lllf disturbs of the system that taxes the strongestconstitution In most cases the Chance of Life in a whenpassed seems Co endow her with a new lease of life but in others where the seeds of disease have been the change t e t a healthy woo man r uualt li girlhood ce BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR Is the medicine that put the menstrual organs in a perfectly natural state all those from child of age At this period of trual cessation it and tones up the sys tem Sold at all for 9100 a bottle itA treatise on women Send address HE WUDF1ELB UGGUm ATUiTi Gi and they appear tn more aggravated form FREE r C gives them increase acuvlty men drugstores W t e UGED JuYTC 3 What is probably the record price ever offered for a saddle horse was made by R E Ilisey of Mexico Mo to Ralph Orthwein president of the American League Baseball Club the latters great show horse Rex McDon ald being the coveted horse The price offered was 10000 John T Hughes of Lexington sold him to Missouri parties for 5000 The Illustrated South says In to its oil operations Somerset Ky is head quarters for the whole world forginseng nurseries Here a sfmplc rule for ascertaining the of a young ginseng garden says Somerset Journal The seed plants represent the capital and annual seed output at 800 per pound represents the income One pound seed at 8 0 is six per cent on 1000 Time seedbearers are gaining in root weight each year thirtythree and onethird percent Mr Win Walters of South Union Ky recently sold forty head of to Chas Smith of Bowling Green They were an extra line lot near 1400 pounds and brought handsome sum of 8V00 For extra nice stock hogs weight about 150 G A Ballard Wal laceton Ky a7tf IT WILL BE RIGHT IP 1OU SEND YOUR IIDSDRY WORK r TO us f We defy any competitor f to turn out more satisfac f work than ours i PROMPTNESS goon WORK J- f GENERAL SATISFACTIONt- L Ve make a specialty of k Family Washing this de L partuient being under the k sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Laundry i I SMITH CURKEY Agents f Lancaster Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can it in permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion Price SOC SI Large size contains 2tf times small size Book all about dyspepsia mailed gee Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO CblCQflO A judge may be a coarse man and still have a line way about him I rise to explain said the yeast that I dont approve of loaning Sharptongued people usually to at least get a word in A stranger who carries a watch al ways has one familiar face about him I feel for you said the blind man to a friend although I dont see whyThe sleepyhead acknowledges that his favorite song is Let Me Dream AgainThinking of last winter when you are sweltering now is what one would call cold comfort An oversight eyebrows Its my turn now said the to the cork If that man has anything of a pull well soon get you out of this Does the speaking likeness of a Frenchman speak 111 French There may be time to spare but the overfat person cannot find it j T I J I j 3 f i 1 J j 3 n r addition value a veragin Sale50 0f tory foa111 reconstructing organs rellevesand and edge- ways corkscrew getthem f th bearin tim c catt ti s a t m- age e st n d CITY ORDINANCES Continued from page 4 of Supplement l3r the purchaser on his obtaining a deed to the land or by Lime iulinqncnt on his obtaining a release on the redumption of the property Where the city is the purchaser the fees of the Clerk as herein provided shall be paid by the only when and after the land is sold by the city under said purchase tax title Deed to Oily SEC 42 When the land is purchased by the city and the right to redooi si hills expired and the right of sale has accrued to the city under Sec tion cf this article the Marshal then in office shall convey to the city property purchased by the city in the same manner he is required to convoy to any other purchaser Said deed to the city shall show the name of the person for whose taxes the land was sold giving a description of the land sold and the steps taken by the officers with reference to such sale as is shown the book mentioned in Section 33 of this article and record book of Council The Marshal shall execute a separate deed each piece of property purchased by the city Said deed shall be ac ordered to be recorded in the Clerks oflice of the Garrard County Court as other deeds mire recorded Tt shall be the duty of the City Attorney to see that this section is complied with before he makes any sale under Section 32 of this article Collection of Tares Atlarlnncnf Sri 13 If the Marshal or other person have taxes in his hands for tax ho shall deliver or cause to he delivered to the person owing the taxes and to the person owing him any Avhere he may be found written notice of substance as follows Mr A K the taxes due by C D to the City of Lancaster mount to and cents To that extent you are notified not to pay or deliver to him any property which you now owe or may hereafter be indebted to him and to appear before Time Police Court of the City of Lancaster on the dav of 190 being the first day of its next term to show cause why Jon should not be to pay said taxes this of 190 Marshal All persons indebted to the person owing the taxes he included in the same notice This notice shall be signed by the Marshal and shall operate to enjoin the person named in it from paying the amount men tioned in the notie money property notes accounts and other things of alue owing at the time of the service of the notice or accruing thereafter until the matter is heard by the court On the hearing by the Judge of said court the debtor of the delinquent shall be compelled to disclose in open court all matters of account and indebtedness whether of money property or labor owing at the date of the notice or incurred thereafter The court shall direct the said debtor to pay or deliver to the Marshal any or other thing then or at the time notice was served due said delinquent or to the extent taxes and costs or to the extent of his liability including such as accrued after notice though paid or dis charred and if it he property the Marshal shall sell the same after adver tising by hand mill posted at the Police Court room door for ten days If the person so indebted to the person owing taxes fail to attend or fail to make disclosure the court judgment against them for all the taxes The proceedings shall he docketed in the name of the City of Lan rosier and if to the interest of the city the vomit may muse other parties to he brought in before it tad made to the proceedings The court may hear evidence and in its judgment shall provide for the payment of the taxes glue provided the delinquent shall have the right to show that the property has never been assessed that it is not subject to taxation or that the taxes have been paid Taws lo be CollffleJ December first lieport of Marshal Sw 4 It shall be the of the Marshal to have collected all the taxes placed in his hands by time first of December and on that date he shall file with the City Clerk the affidavit provided for in Section 25 of this article unless sonic has been previously filed and if he has filed a former affidavit as provided in such section he shall a report showing what taxes mentioned in his former affidavit still remain uncollected and he shall also tile his affidavit including therein the names of all persons rand the taxes due them provided in said section which was not re ported in his former affidavit The Marshal shall at the same time tile his Lit of delinquent insolvent taxpayers with the amount of taxes due each Also his affidavit showing that said delinquent insolvent tax payers no property real personal or mixed out of which the taxes could be made This shall be his report and final settlement and he shall pay over the nmount remaining in his hands due the city as provided by these orcli nfiiices Said report and settlement shall be produced to the City Council at the lust regular meeting night in December and at the same time the Marshal shall produce his tax hook and if said report be correct he shall be allowed credit by the delinquent taxes and the books be turned over to the city and a final settlement made with the Marshal Collection of Delinquent SEC 4f After the final settlement with the Marshal as provided in the preceding section the City Council shall order the collection of the delinquent taxes as provided in these ordinances or in any way and by whomsoever they deem proper aeording to law Board of JJijuaJization Appointment Oalli SEC 40 The City Council shall on the first regular meeting night in November of each appoint the members of the Board of Equalixa lion as provided in the city charter The City Clerk shall make four copies of said order and deliver same to the Marshal who shall deliver a copy to each of the tinge members appointed at least ten days before the first Monday in December and make due return on the remaining copy to the City Clerk Time members of the hoard of Equalization shall before they enter upon the discharge of their duties take before the City Clerk the following oath You swear that you will to the best of your ability discharge the duties required of you as a member of the Board of Equalization and that ill each instance where the property has not been assessed at its fair cash value estimated at the price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale you will increase or decrease the value and fix the value at what you believe the property would bring at a fair voluntary sale Member Failing to Attend Vacancy SFC 47 The City Clerk shall upon the copies of the order to be issued by him as provided in the preceding section also note the time of meeting of said board as provided by the city charter And member so Appointed and notified who shall fail to be in attendance promptly on the day for the session of the board to begin without a reasonable excuse shall be subject to a fine of not exceeding twentyfive dollars and the vacancy or vacancies so created or any other cause shall be mIca by the Mayor Duties of Board of Equalization SEC 48 The Board of Equalization shall make a careful examination of the Assessors books and each individual list thereof and increase or decrease any list according to the power vested in then by the city charterAnd they shall all property omitted by the Assessor which may be subject to taxation in the city If the board during its session find anyowner they shall describe and locate such property and assess the value correctthewiththeAny informality or irregularity in the execution of their duties as a notrenderTreasurer as Collector of Taxes providedforamounts of taxable property certified to him by the County Clerk andfrom the levy made by the City Council collect the amount of taxes dueand payable to him as soon as same become rue Tn the collection of taxes collectible by him the Treasurer shall be governed by the laws in force in retard to the collection of such taxes and he shall on the first regularmeeting of the Council in each month report the taxes collected by him during the preceding month Duties of Officers bKC 50 In any event where in the assessment levy and collectionof any tax due the city the duty of the officer in relation thereto is not speciucally defined by these ordinances then such officer in such duty shall andcollectionW B MASON Clerk R KINNAIRD Mayor A true copy Attest W B MAson Clerk paid 3 time h the the for propertyto adjudged day ofsuch shallrender npelS1lT file a year may anti anT1 mac mercy 1 duty lay brim by by have nil froom Tic l e IERFAVORITE I R rq r FOR WEAK Kodol Dyspepsia Cure satKodol eatKodolDigests what yeu sat h + tST THE ELEVATOR fly 31 A IS V I A I LEX Miss Morris soliloquizing as she gets into the elevator at the ground Moor Its all over and I shall go straight up and tell him soSecond floor Oh dear this is the way elevator I thought it was an express If it were lightning it couldnt get me there soon enough Third floor I shall give him the letter he onn hall for or Ill u e them to light the fire Third floor Couldnt call last evening as usual Will explain later Explain in deed If Jack IZeynolds thins ceive an explanation hes mistaken Fifth floor Engaged just two week and he some trifle come in ahead of his love for me I Sixth floor Young man enters elevator Miss Morris as Im alive Well this is an unexpected pleasure Why Mr Stuart I havent seen you in years Have you been in town long Just got in this morning 1 am em ployed hy the London hoard of underwrit ers and I have to stop off at floor 11 to see the president of the New York hoard I am on my rtay to floor 2i to see Reynolds Do you remember Jack Reynolds a prosy old chap who used to belong to our Lotus club Seventh floor Yes T remember him the man the women usually select but he has a good head Eighth floor I think Mr Reynolds is quite popular with women Indeed Well 1 expect hes changed in many ways since I saw him lie always was a good fellow but so absentminded al ways forgetting engagements I he even forgot a date with a girl once when he was puzzling over his law hooks Xinth floor I have always found Mr Reynolds very courteous But one would not be surprised if a man who is doing so well in a profession became unusually in it Tenth floor Oh no and take him for all in all hes a good old chap and always was The only thing is hes such a firmed old bachelor I suppose Oh heres where I get out Do you know Im so glad to have had even this little chat with you I shall be here over two weeks Will see you again if I Zloty Yes Goodmorning Eleventh floor Confirmed old bachelor indeed Its quite evident he hasnt seen Tack in three years He doesnt look a day older than 24 this minute Twelfth floor But then its nothing of course whether he loops young Thirteenth floor But in justice to an friend I must acknowledge that he is not prosy I dont know of a man in the world with whom Id rather chat on any is until last night Fourteenth floor Such an embarrassing positron Of course I tell him we were engaged when we werent course I couldnt tell him our engagement was broken when he didnt know there had been any Fifteenth floor Well hell find out soon enough that we are simply friends and that is presentSixteenth know the whole thing soon enough I shant shut myself up and die either if they do expect it of me Seventeenth floor I do wonder if it to Jack I mean Mr Reynolds to akhim how he would prefer it should come out about our broken engagement I suppose one must show him some some tion Eighteenth floor If he should have such a headache as he had night before last I dont believe he could tell what would be the best way He works so hard Nineteenth floor Really if he has such a headache I dont believe Ill tell him un til tomorrow but then what reason shall I give for being here Twentieth floor I wonder why he didnt come last night Twentyfirst floor That boy who has conic all the way from the ground floor has a fivepound box of Huylers I wonder who they are for John K Reynolds building noon 2G room D They must be for me I wonder why he didnt send them directly as he usually does He must be going to bring them when he conies to explain Twentysecond moor I do wonder what Jack is doing this minute He has looked pale lately floor I would like to know whether what I am going to say to him will affect him much Twentyfourth floor Its true he told me if I ever doubted him it would break his heart Whenever I tell him he loop tired he says A little extra work just now so as to have a longer honeymoon for I dont believe in long engagements Twentyfifth floor Why does this thing stove so horribly slow I do wonder if Jack will be in The dear boy I dont care why he couldnt come last night and shant ask him I dont even care why he thinks I came this morning Twentysixth floor room D Oh Jack Dear I am so glad to see you for I could hardly wait to tell you the reason I could not see you last night My partner found that by getting a certain amount of of the way last night he could go with that Great Lake party August first and that would leave September free for us and I know you love me well enough to hurry things that much Yes I knew it Now tell me to what I am indebted for this delightful little call for 1 could never make you come you to come early I shall want to talk over these new plans about which you have just been telling me Wouuiun Home Companion THE APES OF GIBRALTAR There Are Several Trllie of Them Wandering Over the Great Ilock It is perhaps not universally known that Gibraltar the fortified rock and British stronghold commanding the entrance to the Mediterranean and thus the maritime route to the far cast is the only spot in Europe where wild apes are still to be found A correspondent of the Philadelphia Record who recently spent some days in Gibraltar writes as follows One morning it was in the begin ning of September I took a horse and rode up to the signal station At a height of about 900 feet I first noticed a herd of some 15 apes and after having reached the height of a little over 1100 feet I saw several small herds of from 10 to 12 They all seemed to be very tame and in offensive However when I returned not the rule The English geologist P L Slater spent a few weeks in Gibraltar ill September 1900 for the sole purpose of collecting definite in formation as to the number of apes still in existence on the rock and he found their number to be in the neighborhood of 150 One evening when Mr Sklater dejffiended with his dog a swarm of apes awaited him about 200 feet above the Alameda and as soon as he approached the animals opened a furious bombard ment of stones upon him and his clog by which the latter was instantly killed Mr Sklater escaped only with difficulty hiring Illre I I I I d oldor subjectthat andof Iowe cons lleta Exeter I WellIIwanted tototell tonightfor Highlander fi U fi U C n U I I L t m lets Not absorbed coned iu tlie orool toe old time workout Buying a pig in a poke is the proverbial expression for a p S t chase of something whose value is unknown ji No one who buys Dr Pierces Golden Medical is rf r 11 P rDrr F tJf tAW cHI r 1 rtiY Cr1 H Fh CAS C 4G Starwyyr tirYY4Qnvy ti j f17s ti t t ti t t tit t IF YOUR COLLARS COULD TALK hcnvthey would groan whet the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our work is ironed by low pressure machinery which pro longs the life ofthe linen many months also produces a finish that is not excelled in any city A card or phone will bring a wagon N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky cC First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store t193in experience ot unproi doubtful value It always helps It t almost always cures Thonsriui of and women who have been cuei ruse of this medicine testify to a restoration of health and its use Dr Pierces Golden Pcov cry cures diseases of the n jv other organs of digestif u and nutrition It cures dyspepsia catarrh of u r ach and other forums of as r known as stomach trot It MT 71 the body with firm Res rot fl t t About ten years ago I T r In pefwith catarrh of the vi also Trrh writes Mr Wm Walters f V Was trmiJjetl so often I thought my end Tried rtin1 dies hut they gave only temporary re TJ November 1 99 thought I t ctor Pierces Golden Medical Disc very I got six bottles and took five in uct ts ion then thought I would wait for a and take the one Soon found I Juul of the trouhle coming back so took siVa bottle ami it cured me I have enjoyed the best of i health this summer and the credit all belongs a medicine or men lie strer l I t Medici stomas i tit to Ant Coat SIthadcome c ou tame to our Goltlen 1t1ical Hiscown sing feet std a Sthe ran t express my thanks to Dr Pierce for his remedy for it dui s raveh rC me Words cannot express what J suffered the trouble was so iv no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Thtre is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and g lungs v FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense RZcUicn Advisc is sent FREE en receipt of stamps to pay expense of staffing OfSLY Send 21 Cj onecent atssnpa for the book in paper covers o stamps fur ffis clothbound volums Address Dr R V Picfco Duffsfa Sf Y t o l t71 t 1 k Sr SrSr SrSr r r sew re- Accept a Aetna Queen National Hartford CoitncticKt German American of IJrookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British 3icrcliantio R IiII n fii n h RflpresflutiU Follow n COlliDanL 1Il nix atna LIfe Ins Co Dr HartfordCOTI1 1- 5UIA a 1 mall r b S Iaiatine- l I President Vice Pros ft ORGANIZED 1883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK X Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 5iM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIOXKY Asst C D WALKKK Buokkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIKECTOnS Lewis Y Leavell J S llnbinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold u 1i iN 1 NK r V LEWIS Y J S h Cashr N 2 1 N M S LlAylat itst ItuaT w Sf5 TO POULTRY RAISERS UOYAI IOJLTRY MIXTI UK n anti cure fur lnr nni lloip iiil i u rlinvr K YI ll K KIM the sriaUit lIt tr y T knuuii Tlllt the trot Wiliti I onorn Mn s Aric luiibiivuiTtil A nit li caster Xy Tv I y 7 S BCAZL12Y DENTISTOlHce over Ir Kiiin ir lX J E KOBINSOX Attorney At Liar LANCASTER KY Money to loan at f per cent on real estate mortgages rill IrIytr lu hnnh ice a r i then tt rots rite ban ile trvtt The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R President J01IX E STOKMES Vice S C DEXXV Cashier Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stonnes W II Kinnaird Come To Us FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns LOW PRICESOur Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations Line offine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT 0 S 5 r493 g g 2 0DENS J F Robinson Sam 2 0 r13 If1 1ifrIJRJiJ3J I m 8rrt1 OpOv O O JOe O OCOC Ov4 OCOC Oe 0e O OcO O P4J0 0 e 0 0 0 nom 1 rep t p 0 1 00000oo oeo o oro ococo a ao1oa o hl 1 and v a E3 f3 CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky A 7 19O2 ROOSEVELTS SERMON Preached in Cliifiisro liilc Vice 1rcNitlciit on the Text He Ye Doers of the I have lnown men who were good Christians theoretically were not even good companions for their wives 1 pace also known women who went to church regularly but spout their time at home nagging their husbands and children This is not true Christianity said President Jloosevelt in the course of a lay ser mon which he delivered a month ago from the pulpit of Trinity Reformed church Chicago while he was yet vice president lie spoke from the text ISe ye doers of the word not hearers only One of the most abhorrent traits of character said Mr Roosevelt a man can possess in my estimation is hypocrisy We all have met men who go about clothing themselves in Srripttmil teachings yet whose con duel toward their fellowmen shows that they do not live np to the teach lug love thy neighbor as thyself The great thing in this world for us to be is doers Of course to be doers we must be hearers That is we must go to church nut study the 5ble but our duty does not end there We should give a helping hand to others by spreading the of Christ 11 is well enough to tell a man what he ought to do but this must be supplemented by sonic demonstration of application I5y the doers in my text 1 mean those who go to church and hearing preached from the pulpit tlc doctrine of brotherly love go into their homes or into their business and apply what they have heard In your business and work if you let Christianity stop when you leave the church door there is not munch righteousness in you Xor are you any too righteous if your Christian stops at the threshold of your home TIll man who carries Chris lainity into his everyday work stands i better chance of making a success of life than one who does not The fellow who works for fee only and does the least he eau to get his money will in the long run prove a dismal failure nigh should strive to do justice to himself but in doing so he should not forget the rights of his neighbor lie should be sure that he is in tin right and then stand square ly in the path If there is any mov ing to IK dune let the other fellow do it This applies to nations as well as to individuals We have all seen this type of man who is spoken of as his own worst enemy I have no patience with such men often they are a worse enemy 1o others A maul man end that js what we all ought to be must have strength and power and perse verance Time trials of life test the KtufTa man or woman is made the one who is strong fearless and courageous to do right is the ideal On this puoction of our duty to our neighbor let me sty that no one ought to submit to being imposed upon lint before you net always stop 1o consider the rights of others standing up for your own The only true way to a man is to aid him in helping himself All oi ns stumble many tinges during a and the duty man to his neighbor is to help him to his feet so he may help himself You lan help n man successfully but you cant ear ry him successfully If you rob a Jiinn of his selfrespect take away his sturdy selfreliant manhood no good you can do will make upends BEGGARS IN DIAMONDS Fakirs AVho Try to Ira f IMIII Merchant While I hard hearted repeated the Hroadway jeweler briskly a bit of it my boy not a bit of I used my eyes nn saw at a glance that that woman was of our help Pardon me Mr Holmes said the customer with sonic sarcasm I didnt recognize you vithoat your makeup Well I daft lay claim to any ex traonlinary perceptive gifts said the jeweler ignoring the thug hut I re peat I saw at a glance that that wom an who just asked for alms was a professional fakir or at least she in present need A few minutes before the subject of this conversation had entered the shop She was a medium youngish woman not well dressed and yet not in rags She carried a small baby in her arms and essayed a ramblin story of her abject poverty conclud hug with a request for assistance The customer was about to contribute but time jeweler had nudged him and refused the womans request where upon she had departed says the New York Herald did you notice about her kskcd the jeweler That she was apparently in and carried a helpless baby returned the customer The distress was assumed said the jeweler positively The baby was a strung card very frequently worked these days When profession al mendicants have no baby of their own to exhibit for purely sympathet ic and commercial purposes they bor ruts a baby I dont know that this was the case with the woman in question html 1 do know she wasnt in any need that she couldnt obviate herself and that in a few minutes Youre beyond me said the cus tomer She wore diamond earrings and a wedding ring said the jeweler sim ply 1 f you were a jeweler ob serve these things The stones in her ears were good ones too not chips lint well cut stones Without examin ing them closely Id say that she could get 75 on the pair at any loan oilice The best of the mendicants grow careless When they grow so care less as to wear diamonds during their business hours they curtail their re is if they visit jewelry plops in search of alms yet it ofand help oft Professional pose Jud ur Not i III ceiptsthat Wordt j word practical very before lifetime Jewels imply ai unworthy wasp t hat distress yon d LAWS and ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY- IN FORCE AND EFFECT FROM AND AFTER AUGUST 8th 1902 Ordinances of the City of Lancaster Ky adopted 7th day of July 1902 The City Council of the City of Lancaster County of Garrard State of Kentucky do ordain as follows Prom their passage and publication the following Articles and Sec tions shall constitute the ordinances for the government of the City of Lancaster and and ByLa ws with the exceptions hereinafter named are hereby repealed The exceptions referred to are as follows to wit The ordinance passed May 3rd 3897 granting to George M and his associates and assigns the privilege of lighting the Lancaster ten years also the ordinance or contract with the fiscal Court of Garrard County with reference to the Workhouse passed Oct 28 1898 also the telephone privileges granted to Dr T B Kinniard passed April 5th 1899 also the ordinance or contract with the Bastin Telephone Company passed March 17th 1902 also the resolution or ordinance with reference to the election held at the November election 1899 on the question of levying a tax for water works passed September 4th 1899 The present ordinances are in no wise to alter or repeal the above ordinances contracts or referred to as excepted ARTICLE I Council Meeting SECTION The regular meeting of the Council shall he held on the first Monday in each frown October 1st to March 1st The hour of meeting shall he 7 oclock p in the remainder of the year it shall be 730 oclock p m SEC 2 All meetings regular or special shall be public and shall be held in the Police Court room SEC 3 Neither the nor any member of the City Council shall absent himself from any regular meeting nor from any special meet mug of which he may have notice unless he have leave of absence or a reasonable excuse The absence of the Mayor or of member shall he noted of record and if he is absent without leave or reasonable excuse the absentee shall at the next regular meeting of the Council be mined two dollars which sum the Council shall order to he deducted from his salary SEC 4 If any member of the City Council shall wilfully misbehave during its session the Major or the presiding officer shall immediately fine said member three dollars which sum shall be deducted from his salary Sic 5 time City Attorney shall attend any meeting of the City Council when requested to do so by the Mayor and for each failure to do so he shall be lined two dollars to be deducted from his salary unless he have a reasonable excuse for his failure to attend Sic 5 The Marshal shall attend all meetings of the City Council preserve gild perform such other duty as the Mayor or the City Council shall legally require of him and for each failure to do so he shall be fined not less than two nor more than live dollars to be deducted from his salary Sic 7 The penalties provided for in the sections of this article shall except when the Mayor is himself the oUendcr be imposed by Mayor or if he be absent by the Mayor tern When the Mayor is himself the offender the fine shall be imposed by the members of the Council Sic S The Mayor shall on the first meeting night in each year or as soon thereafter as may be practicable appoint the following standing committees towit Auditing Committee Finance Committee Street Com mittee Light and Water Committee Judiciary Committee Sanitary Com Building Committee and Charity Cominitttee Each com mittees shall consist of at least two members of the City Council and the Mayor shall be by virtue of office Chairman of the Sanitary and Committees Said committees shall serve from the time of their appointment until the first regular meeting in the year following their appointment and until their successors are appointed SEC 9 The Mayor may at any regular or special meeting on his own motion or of the City Council appoint one or more special committees as may be necessary said special committees to serve until they make their report and are discharged from further service as such SKC 10 The City Clerk or City Attorney or both may be appointed to serve on any special committee SEa 11 The order of business of the City Council shall be as follows 1st Calling roll of members and noting absentees 2nd Reading minutes of the last regular meeting and any special meeting since last meeting and action thereon 3rd Reports of city officers 4th Reports of standing committees 5th Reports of special committees nth Presentation of claims against the and action thereon 7th Unfinished business last meeting 8th New and miscellaneous business 9th Adjournment Sic 12 Every proposed bylaw resolution or ordinance shall be offered in writing and shall be introduced by some member of the City Council except person may file in writing with the City Clerk a bylaw resolution or ordinance which shall be read to the Council the Clerk but no action shall be taken thereon except on motion of member of the Council SEC 13 No resolution or bylaw shall bo altered amended or repealed except in the same and by the same rules and methods as is required for the passage or adoption of an original ordinance re olu or l3law SEC 14 Whenever there is an objection made or a negative vote to an ordinance or resolution appropriating the yeas and nays of the and the names of the members so minutes SEC 15 No person shall address or interrupt the Council while in session except by permission of the Council Tim Mayor shall promptly call to order any person violating this rule ARTICLE II Salaries SECTION 1 The salaries of the City Council and other city officers shall be as follows towit The Mayor seventyfive dollars per year Each member of the Council two dollars for every regular meeting attended Tic City Clerk one hundred dollars per year The City Treasurer two per all sums paid into the treasury The City Assessor thirty dollars per year The City Attorney one hundred dollars per year and fifteen per cent of all the fines and forfeitures collected The Marshal live per cent on all taxes collected by him and paid into the and such salary as the City Council may by contract make with him at the time of his appointment not however to exceed fifty dollars per month for hut and his deputy or deputies All the Mar steals official fees in penal and criminal cases shall be paid into the treasury as time citys the salary and per cent for collecting taxes being in lieu of said fees ARTICLE III Officers Appointment SECTION 1 The Marshal the City Attorney the Treasurer and the City Clerk shall be appointed by the City Council at the meeting in January immediately succeeding the Courcils and the shall at the regular meeting in August next succeed ing the Councils election Officers Ponds SEC 2 The penal sum of time Clerks bond shall he one thousand dollars the penal sum of the Treasurers bond shall be five thousand dblars the penal sum of the Marshals shall be five thousand dollars the penal sum of the Assessors bond shall he one thousand dollars The surety or sureties on each of these bonds shall be worth above all liabilities shall fail to qualify and give bond as required by law within thirty days after his appointment the City Council shall declare the office to which is BY allordinances c Cityof mentioned ByLaws 1 any mitt e ofsaid committee an hy sOme City hen centof r iC appointed old and exemptions twice the mount or the penal sum of the respective hondo The City Councilmay at any time require surety or on hondo J any person appointed to any office hy the City Council Y Patterson Mayor order the- o1n his border city from 5el ordinance way tote then Cit treasury s nimt election Assessor any such person was appointed vacant SKC 3 The bonds law of the city officers shall be acknowl before soup offteei to take acknowledgments and when acknowledged approved and filed shall he spread at large upon the records of the City Council Delivery Records Etc SEC 4 Each olHcer of the city shall on the termination of his office immediately deliver to the City Council or his successor or such other person as be authorized to receive them all money vouchers books papers or other property connected with his cilice or in his custody belonging to the city Any person violating the provisions of this he fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days or both so fined and imprisoned and each days failure to obey the provisions of this section tute a scprate offense ARTICLE IV Police Court SECTION 1 The Police Court shall be held at the Police Court room in the City of Lancaster and for the trial of civil actions and proceedings shrill be held on the first Tuesday in each month and continue in session as long as the business may require not however to exceed two weeks Special Judge SEC 2 If the Police Judge is absent or for any reason can not at the any case civil or criminal or is sworn off the bench it shall be the duty of the Police Judge or of the City Clerk if the Judge bo absent to hold an election among the attorneys present for a special Judge to preside at time trial of such case No person shall be elected who does not possess all the qualifications required by law for Police Judge Such special Judge shall receive for his services only such fees as are allowed by law to the regular Judge Time to be Worked Out SEC 3 In all criminal prosecutions in the Police Court wlfere the defendant is convicted and judgment for a fine or imprisonment or both is rendered against him the judgment shall also contain a proviso that if said fine and costs are not paid or replevied the defendant shall be therein or on the streets or other public property until the fine and cost are paid or if it be imprisonment until the imprisonment is satisfied Each tiny of labor shall one dollar of the fine and costs This section shall not apply to cases where the judgment is for confinement or imprison ment in the county jail Workhouse Keeper to Receive Prisoners SEC 4 The workhouse keeper shall receive all prisoners committed to him under judgment of the Police Court und shall put them at labor as the judgment directs and shall keep them under lock and key at night and when not at for any violations of the provisions of thi section the workhouse keeper shall be fined not less than one nor more than ten dollars and upon conviction the line and costs to be deducted from anymoneys due or that may become due him by the city ARTICLE V Reports of Officers SECTION 1 The City Clerk Police Judge Marshal and any other officer of the city having collected any money belonging to the city shall except as is otherwise provided by ordinance at meeting of the City Council file with the City Council their report in writing showing time amount of money collected by such ofiicer during time preceding month Treasurers receipt shall be filed with said report and if not so paid the officer shall at once pay same into the treasury Said report shall be signed and sworn to by the officer who shall also state in his affidavit that moneys reported are all that have been collected by him Any officer failing to comply with the requirements of this section shall be fined not than one nor more than one hundred dollars JudgeSEC oath at each regular meeting of the City Council the names of all offenders arrested tried and convicted in the Police Court during the preceding month said report shall show what judgment was rendered in each case and whether the was paid or replevied and what disposition was made of the offenders For each report he fails to make the Judge shall be fined five dollars BUILDINGS AND PERMITS ARTICLE VI Permit to be Obtained SECTION 1 It shall he unlawful for any person to hereafter erect up or build or cause to be erected put up or builded or attempt to erect put up or build a house business housebarn or any building whatever within the limits of the city without first having obtained the City Council of the City of Lancaster a permit so to do And to obtain said permit the person desiring same shall by the terms and conditions of the ordinance of the City of as set forth in this article Application for Permit SEC 2 In order to obtain a permit for the erection of any building as set forth in Section 1 of this article the person desiring same three days before a regular meeting of the City Council at which he desires the application acted on file with the City Clerk an application in writing and signed by the party upon a blank to be furnished by the and chimneys the probable cost of said building and the purpose for which it is to be used Permit Granted SEC 3 A permit shall be granted by the City Council upon appli cation therefor presented and filed in conformity with the provisions of article unless it shall appear to the City Council that to grant said it would he detrimental or dangerous or inimicable to the interests of the city its property holders or its citizens when said permit may be refused Fire Limit SEC 4 A fire limit is hereby established in the City of Lancaster as follows Beginning at the public square and counting therefrom including all space ground lots streets alleys and buildings to Water street on the north Paulding street on the west Buford street on the south and Campbell street on the east and such limits no permit shall be granted for the erection of a building and no building shall be as herein specified towit All buildings fronting on the public square and running back therefrom to the four first alleys and all buildings fronting on Lexington street Danville street and Richmond street within said fire limit shall be built either of brief or stone and shall be covered with metal And all buildings within the remaining part of said fire limit shall he built either of brick stone or frame covered or weatherboarded and shall be covered with metal Unlawful to Erect Tile Flue SEC 4 It shall be unlawful for any person within the limits of the City of Lancaster to place or cause to be placed within any building now erected or that may hereafter be erected any tile flue or any flue except one built of brick and mortar the brick laid flat and not on edge Penalty SEC 5 Any person violating any of the provisions of Sections one two three or four of this article shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction be fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense and each day that a violation occurs or exists shall constitute a separate offense Tile Flue to be Removed SEC G It shall be unlawful for the owner or controller of any house- or building within the city limits to keep maintain or permit to remain in such house or building any tile or tiling flue or stove pipe or other contrivance which is used or may be used as a chimney or any flue or chimney which is in such a condition as to be unsafe And it shall be the duty of the Marshal to inspect as often as may be necessary all build ings for the purpose of ascertaining violation of this ordinance and it shall be his duty on a discovery of a violation of this ordinance to at once notify in writing the owner or controller of any building in which there is a tile or tiling flue or stove pipe or other contrivance which is used or may be used as a flue or chimney or any flue or chimney which is in such a condition as to be unsafe to at once remove said tile or tiling flue or stove pipe or other contrivance which is used or maybe used as a flue or to repair such flue or chimney which is in such condition as be unsafe and any person failing after ten days notice by the remove or repair same in accordance with said notice shall be fined not less than five dollars and not more than twentyfive dollars and each day of his said failure so to do after the expiration of said ten days shall consti tute a separate offense Obstructions in Building SEC 7 Any engaged within the city limits in erecting or building or repairing building pavement sidewalk street or alley may while so engaged onehalf of the street sidewalk or alley abutting on said property if same be necessary for said provided sewers and gutters shall not be obstructed Any person engaged in building or article shall lie deemed guilty ofa misdemeanor on convIctIon shall shallconsti trialof committed to time workhouse and by the workhouse keeper put at hard labor pay eachregular dispositionthe the put dwelling from shallat least proposedtomaterialof this permit erectedexcept Stanfordstreet withmetal ofsame chimneyor t Marshall retnired by ed red authorized f ntay record and preside labor 1 less Lancaster within o repairing a building pavement street sidewalk or alley who shall obstruct street sidewalk or alley except as herein provided shall be fined not than five nor more than twenty dollars and each days continuance of such obstruction shall be deemed a separate offense SignalSEC engaged in erecting or repairing a building abutting on any sidewalk street or alley or in erecting or repairing any street sidewalk or alley who in doing such work obstruct or in wise render dangerous to the such street alley or sidewalk to hang a red light at the point of obstruction or danger at dark every night while said obstruction or danger continues and to cause said light to remain all night Care must be taken to provide that said light shall burn all night Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than one nor more than twenty dollars And any who shall remove or destroy or put out the light provided for in this section shall be fined not less than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars ARTICLE VI I- Ninsinces and Sanitary Lair Xuisanccs Whal Are 1 All things which by the common law or the Statute laws of Kentucky are deemed or declared nuisances are and it is further ordained that anything detrimental to dangerous to life or injurious to property or that shall occasion material discomfort or inconvenience or that shall give rise to stenches or unwholesome r noxious odors to the material discomfort or inconvenience of the citizens of this city or of such of thorn as may be affected are Also in addition thereto the declared nuisances towit Ponds of stagnant water hog pens and pig that are kept or maintained contrary to the city ordinances privies and privy vaults that are erected or kept or maintained in violation of the city ordinances with reference thereto noxious slops in vessels or thowu that may be by ordinance declared nuisance Penalty Judgment of Court SEC 2 Every person who creates a nuisance or who suffers allows or permits a nuisance on or about his Premises or premises under his control shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon comic ion thereof he fined not less than one dollar nor more than one hundred dollars in the discretion of the court or jury trying the case every conviction under this section the judgment of the court shall also be the matter or nuisance complained of exists or did exist and if same exists at the time of the judgment said judgment shall also provide for the abatement clearance or removal of said nuisance and each day that a is created suffered allowed or permitted shall be deemed a separate offense j Manner of Proceeding to Abate that a nuisance exists summon the owner or tenant in possession of the upon which the nuisance is said to exist to appear before him within a reasonable time fixed in the summons to show cause said complained of shall not be abated And if the said Judge shall adjudge the matter of to be a nuisance he shall in his said judgment also provide for the abatement clearance or removal of said nuisance Judgment to Abate SEC 4 Upon a judgment declaring a matter to he a nuisance or that a nuisance exists the court shall adjudge and order the person convicted judgment be under Section 2 of this article or the owner or tenant in possession of the premises if said he under Section 3 of thus article to at once or within a time to be fixed bv the Judge abate and remove said nuisance And shall also adjudge order the Marshal of the city if said nuisance is not abated or removed within the time fixed to forthwith abate and remove such nuisance at the expense of the Expense of Abatement SEC If the Marshal abates and removes the nuisance as provided Section 4 of this article at the expense of the city the city may recover the amount of said expense against the person owner or tenant as in other eases of debt and the person owner or tenant for his failure to abate or remove said nuisance under the judgment of the court may be proceeded against for contempt Priiies 1111 Vaults SEC G No person shall erect or cause to be erected or suffer to remain on his premises a privy within ten feet of any street not alley in the city mid all persons shall have privies with vaults at five feet deep walled with stone or brick and shall not allow them to become so full that the contents thereof shall be within two feet of time surface and all prix vaults shall be cleaned at least twice per year Provided however that may use instead of vaults a boy that can bo removed and the buried and all boxes shall be cleaned and the contents buried once each month from the first of April to the first of October and all vaults and boxes as heroin provided shall at all tinges be well sprinkled with lime as to prevent odor erected kept or maintained in violation of this section shall he anuisance and person violating the provisions of this section shall he deemed guilty under Section 2 of this article and liable to the penalty therein provided Keeper of Vicious Dog SEC Any person the owner or keeper of any proud slut or of any vicious dog who shall permit the same to run at large within the city or any person who shall permit on his premises any loud and frequent or continued nightly barking howling or yelping of any animal of the dog kind shall be deemed guilty maintaining a nuisance under Section 2 of this article and liable to the penalty therein provided ARTICLE YITT Dog License Tax To VJiom Paid SECTION 1 It shall be unlawful for any person to own possess harbor or have the care or control of any dog male or female within the City of Lancaster without first obtaining a license therefor and paying the tax thereon which tax shall be one dollar for each shall be granted for a longer period than one year at a time and said license shall run from May 1st of the year issued shall deliver with said license a metal check or tag with the same number as the license plainly stamped thereon Blank Forms SEC 2 Time City Council shall have prepared and furnished to the Clerk a book of blank forms and stubs in like forms as to other license books on which the license provided for in the preceding section be issued Said licenses and stubs shall he numbered and shall contain a description of the dog a given the applicant The original shall he delivered to the applicant and the shall be kept and filed with his report to the City moneys received by him and paid into the Treasury The Clerk shall pay all moneys received by him from such license fo the city treasury in the same manner he is required to pay over other moneys LargeSEC to permit any dog owned or controlled by him or in his possession to run at large within the city limits without having on his neck a substantial collar and attached thereto flu check or tag issued with the license for such dog If any check or tag should be lost the City Clerk may issue a duplicate therefor Removing Check or Collar SEC 4 It shall be unlawful for any person to remove any check or collar from any dog without the consent MayorSEC there is danger from hydrophobia or he considers it necessary for the public safety by published in a newspaper in said city or by printed hand hills posted in the ten most public places in time city cause all dogs to be con fined or securely muzzled for a stated time not exceeding sixty days at a time And after the proclamation of the Mayor it shall be unlawful for any person to allow any dog owned or controlled by him to run at large or be loose without being securely muzzled Pound to be Provided SEC G It shall be the duty of the City Council to provide a pound in which dogs found running at large contrary to the provisions of this article shall be placed and there confined until the tax and costs of said dog are paid or until said dog is ordered to be killed by the Judge of the Police Court And it shall be the duty of the Marshal to catch and impound therein all dogs found running at large contrary to time provisions of these ordinances Duties of the MarsJial SEC 7 Upon the catching and impounding of any dog by the Judge if the owner or person controlling said dog be known and said Judge shall issue a warrant against said person for a violation of these ordinances and shall at the same time issue a rule against said person to appear at a time named in the rule to show cause if any why if time tax and charges on said dog are not paid said dog should not be killed The the less any SECTION hereIn declaredsuch health hereby declarednuisances ollowin sty putridflesh Andupon that nuisance proceedingpremises nuisance ifsaid city 5 in least so r do CityClerkCityClerk hall consecutively Councilof oWners proclamation as provided in tIle section Ill shall nt once notify the Police v w nmv public person therehv specifically why upon hearing reasonable and any contents Any hemmed every licenser by stub City Marshal or controller of said may at time after said dog is im pounded obtain possession of him paying tax thereon and fifty cents additional the Marshals catching lung and also the Marshal costs in keeping said Upon hearing of the rule issued lnr the Judge Judge may if the ordinance has been violated order said dog to once be the tax and charges are forthwith paid But the payment of tax and charges shall not be a bar to the prosecution of the va for a violation oLtbc ordinance Upon the impounding of any dog if the owner or controller be not known the Marshal shall advertise said slag giving a description of same by notices posted in three public places in the city if no one claims sold dog and pays the taxes thereon within five from the time of posting sang notices then the Marshal shall forth kill said dog The Marshal shall receive fifty cents for each dog caught and impounded by him to he paid by the owner thereof who shall also pay the Marshals expense of keeping same not to exceed cents per day for each dog Penalties Sic 8 Any erson who shall own possess harbor or have the care or any log without having the proper license and check therefor or who shall permit any dog to run at large contrary to these ordinances or in any violate of the provisions or requirements of any of the sections of article upon conviction be fined not less than two nor more than twentyfive dollars ARTICLE IX Sidewalks ttnilding of Sidewalks SECTIOX 1 That the building constructing paving grading curl ing or the rebuilding reconstructing repaving rcgrading or of any sidewalk or any portion thereof in the City of Lacaster or in any manner the of same and the material to be used therein shall he executed as provided in these ordinances And the use of the word structing repaving regrading or recurbing as the case may be Street Committee to Report Condition Sic 2 The street committee shall from time to time report to the Council the condition of the sidewalks in the city and the City Council shall upon any report of said committee authorize by ordinance the improvement of sidewalk or portion thereof as they in their discretion deem Duties of Council Ordinance Specifications SEC 3 The City Council may at the time of the passage of the ordinance authorizing and ordering the improvement or portion thereof fix in ordinance the grade and the character of material to be used in said improvement and also the width of the side whatever other specifications they may deem necessary If the City Council shall at the time of the passage of the said ordinance authorizing and ordering the improvement fix in said ordinance the grade andthe of material to be used in said improvement the width of the sidewalk and whatever other specifications they deem Thenthe specifications provided in said ordinance shall govern in the construc tics of said improvement If the City Council do not in the said ordistance authorizing and ordering the improvement fix the and charactor material or other specifications or fail to fix anyone or more ofthe specifications then in that event the specifications as set forth in Section 1 of this article shall govern in the improvement of any sidewalkor portion thereof in the City of Lancaster Specifications Material Etc Sic 4 Unless otherwise provided by ordinance at the time anyimprovement of or portion thereof is authorized andordered by the City Council the specifications of said improvement shall beas 1st The grading shall agree with the pitch and grade of the sidewalkor with the natural pitch and grade of the land as far as practicable andthe portion where the pavement is to be laid shall be dug down to dent depth below the curbing to admit of sufficient sand or fine gravel tobe thereon2ndLard burned well formed whole paving brick No broken orformed or soft brick shall be and the brick must be free flawsand cracks ard At the outer edge of the and supporting it shall be laidn line of curbstones shall be of good hard limestone freefrom claws dry seams or cracks Each curbstone shall be notthree inches thickness and not less than two feet in length and shaHDC placed in the trench dug at the outer of the pavemelt for that purpose and shall in all cases have a full square joint notJess than fifteen inches deep Time said curbstones shall be tooled downto a uniform straight for a sufficient depth on the inner side fromtop so as to make a true and neat joint with the brick paving Said curbstones shall be laid true to line and grading The materials excavated forplacing the curbstones and the pavement shall after the stones are set nposition be placed and thoroughly tamped or rammed4th The pavement be with the usual hind or be atSow or cut whereat is necessary to make a fill or culvert to maintain the grade of the idewane if a fill made it shall be of earth and well tamped orrammed the making of same so as to prevent the pavement belowthe line of If a culvert is made it should be of tiling the tobe inches in diameter and well jointed with cement When there ian embankment the sides should be sloped as munch as be ncce arv tosustain the pavement in position th After the pavement is laid and inspected it shall be covered witha layer of sharp sand or fine gravel and after the completion of the improvement all surplus dirt and material of every description left overirom the work shall at once be removed The pitch of the sidewalk when finished shall be three inches from theinside edge to the outer edge of the curbing Around the public square no be less than twelve feet wideOn Danville Richmond Lexington and Stanford streets to the second alleydrorn the public square no sidewalk shall be than eight feet wide allother sidewalks shall he not less than six feet Sib All sidewalks in front of the property of any person orvhosc business necessitates the crossing thereof with wheeled vehicles shallJiave a roadway of the entire of suitable distance said roadway shallhe of brick placed on edge or of stone or flagging where flagging isused each stone shall he not less than three feet inchess wide and inches deep and the space between the shall bepaved with brick placed on edge and in all cases the roadway shall a nrceWith the pitch and grade of sidewalks adjacent Police to Owner SEC 5 Upon the passage of the ordinance and Provcincnt as provided in Article themake as many of said ordinance as there are ownersof land fronting on said improvement ordered and onemore all of be attested by him to be a true copy and deliverthem tIthe City Marshall who shall at once execute same by delivering acopy to each owner of property fronting and improvement ordered if he be within city In the of same the Marshall be governed by the same laws in force in the code of practicewith to persons upon whom a notice shall be served If no Cone be found within the city on whom a copy can be delivered as herein proided said be tacked up in a conspicuous place on the propertySaid Marshall shall at once return the extra copy to the City Clerk with endorsement thereon showing the time and manner of executionthereof Owner Failing to Build Contract to Ic LetSEC G If the owner or owners of the land abutting onthe improvement ordered fail to with said by buildingsaid improvement according to forty days after service ofnotice by the as provided in the section then the streetcommittee shall give at least 10 days notice by written or advertisement posted one at the Court House door in Lancaster and one eachat three other public places in the city that they will at a time and placespecified said notice receive sealed bids for the contract of building the improvement or any portion thereof as ordered the Said notice shall state the location of said improvement or invprove menis and how the contracts will be awarded tliat whether it will be awarded as a whole or by sections and that the improvement shall be built in accordance with the ordinance same and shall also state the time within which said improvement shall be which time said committee is authorized to fix Said advertisement shall also be if there be one but said in said paper need not exceed 10 days previous to the time of receiving the bids Said Committee shall at the time and place designated in the said notice open the bids received and award the contract or contracts subject to approval of the City Council to the lowest and best bidder but they shall have the power to reject any and all bids Approving Contract Bond SEC 7 The Street Committee shall at the next regular meeting of City Council after the bids are received report the bids and dog 4 raid unle s days with e l controlof this shall buildingCity may ofany sidewalk walkand necessary a mfli irregularly ll ed Saidcurbstones less thanin edge the inlayers lonleast earth5this goodsolid in settling may shall nine authorizingany City Clerk shall copies andabutting ordinance within in at least once in a newspaper published in the City of Lancaster BidAwarding kh i owner the1 costs fir dog killed rant twenty fit way any any necessary fly soul kern tiling s leas flagging execution hat his 4 ordinance Coln inserted lie 4 r1 ll cll i to whom the contract was awarded and upon the approval of saute the tractor shall iMiter into a written contract for completion of the im provement within the time specified and according io the specification of the ordinance and shall aiM give bond with snflkient sirety to approved by the Council for the faithful performance of said contract upon which said contractor and his sureties shall be liable for any breach of his contract The Council may also provide in said contract a spe cified sum per day for each day over and beyond the time specified for the completion of said which the contractor shall pay if same be not completed within said time If the contractor fails to give said bond when required his bid may he rejected and the contract awarded to such other person or persons as the City Council may deem best Street Com mil lee to Supervise Work SEC 8 Every improvement ordered by the City Council whether being built by the owner of the property or by contract with the city shall be under the supervision of the Street Committee or the City Engineer if there be one Inspection of Work Apportioning Cost Payment SEC 9 Upon the of any improvement under contract with the City saute shall be inspected by the Street Committee and the City Engineer if there be one at a time to he fixed by said committee of which the owners of the property if they be in the city shall have notice and upon the report of the approval of said work to the City Council by said committee said Council shall direct the Clerk to apportion the cost of the improvement against the owners of the land abutting and fronting on said improvement each lot or portion of a lot being as sessed as provided by the Charter of Cities of the Fifth Class Section 3G43 Kentucky Statutes and if the amount assessed against each lot or portion thereof be not paid within five thereafter to issue a voucher to said contractor for the amount due him Lien for Cost of Work to be Enforced Sic 10 If the owner of any lot or lots or land which shall have been assessed for the expense or cost of any improvement shall fail to pay said assesssment or apportionment Avithhi five days after same has been paid the contractor the the City Attorney shall at once file suit to enforce the lien on said lands provided in the Charter of Cities of the Fifth Class Section 3643 Kentucky Statutes ARTICLE X L iceuse Peddlers Tax SECTION 1 Within the limits of the of Lancaster it shall be unlawful for any person firm company or corporation to engage in any trade occupancy or profession or sell any article goods wares or merchan lie named in this article and the different sections thereof without hav ing first procured license so to do and paid the tax thereon as set forth in this article Licences When Due SEC 2 All licenses granted under these ordinances shall be due on the first day of January in each year and no license shall be issued for a longer period than the first of January next succeeding the date of its from the date of issual of ny license to the first day of the next succeeding January shall be regarded as one year Authority Not Conferred SEC 3 License shall not confer any authority to engage in the business or sell the article named in the license on Sunday or any other day on which the law may prohibit the business or sale Suspension of License SEC 4 Any license may be suspended or revoked b the City at and time upon sufficient cause to be judged and determined by said Council Upon such suspension or revocation the license is void hut the Council may if it so desires back the proportionate part of the license fee for the unexpired term of said license Tax on License SEC 5 The tax on license shall he as follows 1 For an auctioneer 5 per year or 2 per 2 For bill poster 5 per year or t per day 3 For each peddler 50 per year or r per day 4 For each fire life or accident or bonding insurance company represented by an agent 5 per year 5 For setting up operating or Tunning a baby rack artful dodger or similar contrivance 250 per day G For setting up operating or running a Flying Jinny merrygo round or similar contrivance 250 per day 7 For setting up operating or running a howling alley 20 per year But no such contrivance or business mentioned in subsections 5 J and 7 of Section of this article shall be operated after 10 oclock P M or before oclock A M S For selling firecrackers Roman candles rockets or other like contrivances loaded with powder or other explosive substance per year 0 For selling cigarettes or cigarette material 25 per year For each itinerant vender of buggies wagons or other wheeled Aehieles or agricultural implements 50 per year or 10 per day 11 For standing a stallion jack bull or hoar a sum equal to the greatest sum charged for the service of such animal whether the same be for the season or for insurance 12 For using keeping managing conducting or controlling each opera house hall or other buliding where theatrical minstrel operatic concert or variety or other like performances or shows are held or ex hjbitcd for profit 25 per year And no further license shall be required of any person persons or troup exhibiting therein 13 For each theatrical minstrel operatic concert variety or other like performance or show or other exhibition or entertainment 5 for each performance 14 For each circus or menagerie or both combined where the adult admission fee is 50 cents or more 25 for each day and night where the admission fee is 25 cents and less than 50 cents 15 for each day and night where the adult admission fee is less than 25 cents 750 for each day and night and for each side show in connection with a circus or menagerie where an extra admission fee is charged 5 for each day and night 15 For eae h trained animal show or acrobatic performance alone 5 for each day and night 1G For selling playing cards 5 per year 17 hot selling pistols 10 per year 18 For selling Bowie knives dirks brass knucks or slung shots 10 per year 19 For each twohorse Avagon cart dray or other vehicle used in hauling freight goods wares merchandise or other thing for hire 10 per year and for each onehorse wagon cart dray or other vehicle used for such purpose 5 per year 20 For each livery stable or other place where horses and buggies or other wheeled vehicles are kept for hire 10 per year 21 For license to carry passengers for hire 5 per year or 2 per day 21 For selling at retell on the public square streets or other pub tic places within the city any lemonade ginger or soda pop soda water or daySECpub lie day shall for pay or contribution or compensation set dinners or tables for the purpose of furnishing provisions or edibles for the public or shall furnish the same to the public or people on such days shall pay a license of 25 per annum provided that this ordinance shall not apply to persons who keep hotels restaurants or eating houses or houses of private entertainment Peddlers SEC 7 All persons arc hereby declared peddlers who are so deemed under the common laws of the State of as set forth in vision 3 Chapter 108 of the Kentucky Statutes which are adopted as part of these ordinances And no peddlers license obtained under this article shall authority for more than one person to peddle under it nor shall any person to whom it is granted sell by an agent or clerk or in any other way than his own proper person But all agents or clerks shall procure separate licenses Penally for Failure to Procure License SEC S If any person shall do or attempt to do anything or on or engage in any profession calling or business or conduct control or use anything or business for the carrying on engaging in controlling using or managing of which a license is required under this article without first having obtained the necessary license and Patti the tax thereon as set forth in this article or shall violate any of the provi sions of this article he shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and fined not less than five nor more than one hundred dollars and each day he so Billiard Table Etc Unlawful SEC 9 It shall be unlawful for any person to set up or operate for pay within the city limits any billiard table pool or pigeon table or shoot ing gallery and any person violating this section shall be fined not gas than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars and each day he so sets up and operates any billiard table pool or table or shall be deemed a separate to Issue License SEC 10 All licenses shall be issued by the City Clerk on applica Hon to him license shall be issued until the tax thereon has been paid in full The City Council shall have prepared and furnished to City I the I It- t City clays by Council pay day 5 5 0 Kentucky give conducting violates the provisions off this article shall constitute a separate oifeuse offensesNo w o co issuer x i sal c t then 4 di arty Clerk a hook of blank licenses forum and on vbuh IJcrnrs hllissued in like form to those funrishnl to by thf Aulilfjr ol State Said Clerk shall when CKII Ikcii v is grnnUvl till out the original and the original to be delivered to the person to whom itS granted and the stub shall be kept by the awl tiled with his report to theCity Council of money received by him and paid into the treasury For his services the Clerk shall be allowed cents for each license issued to he collected by him from the person obtaining the license The Clerk shall issue no license only on the blanks provided for in this section CRIMES AXD TEXALTIES ARTICLE XI Ureaeh of Use Peace SECTION 1 12G8 person or persons shall be guilty of a breach of the peace riot rout unlawful assembly or affray the persons offending curl each of them shall he fined not less than one cent nor than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not less than five nor more than fifty days or both so tined and imprisoned Disturbing lleligious Worship School or Lawful Assemblage SEC 2 1207 If any person shall wilfully interrupt or disturb 1 congregation assembled for or engaged in Avorshiping full or shall fully interrupt or disturb any school seminary or colKg while the student of saute are engaged in their studies or who are assembling or have assem bled for that purpose or undergoing a public examination r any aseinblage of people met for or engaged in a lawful purpose he shall be not less than twenty nor more than tiny imprisoned in the Count Jail not more than twenty days or both at the discretion of the court or the jury Pro rnkiiif A ssa tilt SEC 3 1271 Whoever shall in the presence of another person or persons use any abusiAe or insulting language intending thereby to in salt such other person or persons or with the intention to provoke an as sault shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor old upon conviction thereof be fined not exceeding twenty dollars If the oliViidtM be a male and Hit person so injured be a female the offender may be fined in any sum not exceeding fifty dollars Profa Swearing Dmn ken n ess SEC 4 1319 If any person shall profanely curse or SAvenr or shall be drunk he shall he fined one dollar for each offense and every onth shall be deemed a separate offense If either of the offenses in tins section be committed in the presence of the Police Judge of the City of Lancaster said Judge may instantly without further proof inflict the penalty Concealed Deadh Weapon Sic 5 1309 1 shall concealed a deadly upon or about his person than an ordinary pocket knife or shall one hundred dollars and imprisoned in the County Jail not less thou ten nor more than thirty lays in the discretion of the court or jury trying tho case This ordinance shall not apply to such persons as are permitted under the laws of the Oommomvealth to carry such concealed deadly Aveapons Assault with Deadly Weapon 1eckless 1triny Sic G 1308 J person shall draw a deadly weapon upon or shall point any deadly Aveapon at another or shall hold or flourish or use in a threatening or boisterous manner or shall on a public highwav or at any school assembling place of public Avorship or business or in going to or from any place of public worship fire or discharge at random any deadly weapon he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor whither said weapon be loaded or unloaded mug upon conviction shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days or both 50 fined and imprisoned DiscJtarging Firearms SEP 7 1317 If any person shall shoot or discharge any firearm within the city limits unless necessary or proper for the protection of per son or property he shall be fined not exceeding twenty dollars But the City Council may permit shooting in designated places or on particular oc casons Fornication and Adultery SEC 8 1320 Every person who shall commit fornication or shall for every offense be fined not less than and not more than fifty dollars Selling Poisonous Drug to Infant SEC 9 127G If any person shall sell or deliver to any person 1111 der the age of fifteen years without the consent in Avriting of his parent or guardian or the written prescription of a physician mummy drug or medicine he shall be fined one hundred dollars or Selling Cigarettes SEC 10 1277 t shall be unlawful for any person to sell or fur nish to any person under the age of eighteen years any cigarette or cigarette material or to give sell or barter the same to any person Avliomsoever Avitfc the knoAvledge that same is to be given or sold or bartered to any such chill or to persuade advise counsel or compel any child under said age to smoke the same Any person violate the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction therefor shall be fined not less than five our more than twentyfive dollars or imprisoned in the County Jail not exceeding thirty days or both so fined and imprisoned Polluting Spring or Pond SEC 11 1278 I f any person shall cast or place the carcass of any cattle or that of any other dead beast into any spring or pord or within tAventyfive yawl thereof such person for oAery such offense shall he fined for first offense not less than five nor more than twenty dollars awl for every subsequent offense not less than nor more than one dollars Selliitfi Unwliolesome Provisions SEC 12 1272 If a hotelier or other person shall knoAvinsrly yell the flesh of any animal dying otherwise than by slaughter or slaughtered when diseased or sell the flesh as of one animal knowing it to be that of another species or baker brewer distiller or other person knowingly sell unwholesome bread or drink he shall be lined not less than one nor more than fifty dollars Adulterated Candies SEC 13 1275 Any person who shall manufacture or knowingly vend any candie or sweetmeats containing poisonous or noxious shall for each offense be hued not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars Hun n ing a horse SEC 11 1330 If any person shall be engaged directly or indirectly in running a horse by WilY of practicing him othenvisc in running a horse race on the public square or on any street or alley in the city limits or shall ride or drive any horse in a gallop or run on or through the streets or alleys or public square he shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars for each offense each offense ExJiibiting Stud horse SEC 15 1320 person shall exhibit or show by riding or leading a stud horse jack or bull or use him in covering within view or hearing of tummy place of public religious worship during the time that an assemblage of persons are engaged in such worship or assembled for that purpose or dispersing therefrombe shall be fined not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars or if he shall use such horse jack or bull in covering within view of any private residence school house seminary or any public place or open lot within the city shall be fined not less than ten places as a teaser he shall be lined not less than ten nor more than fifty nor more than fifty dollars or if he shall use such horse in any of said dollars Stock Affected With Glanders SEC 1G It shall be the duty of any person owning a horse mule jack or jennet affected with glanders to kill such animal and to cause time same to he either burned or buried and if he foil to do so he shall he fined not less than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars Portable Engine SEC 17 1343 Any person using operating or moving any traction or portahle engine on or along the streets or public square of the city that is moved in whole or in steam power he shall send and keep at least two hundred yards in of said engine a messenger whose it shall be warn all persons of its approach and render such a shall be necessary to secure the all such persons and any person failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars for each offense Cruelly to Animals SEC IS 1240 If any person unnecessarily cruelly heat torture use or otherwise any horse or other beast whether his own or that of another he shall be fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars Leaving Gates Open Fruit or Vegetables SEC 19 12GO If any person enter into or upon the enclosed of another without the permission of the owner or tenant in posses and shall leave open any gate belonging to the enclosure or shall pull down or remove any portion of the fence surrounding the land so that cattle may enter into the premises or shall enter any orchard or garden and take and carry away any fruit or vegetables without the of the owner thereof he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and fined y n ill 5 ill I I Cualy sInk Irk provisionss Ham iII hall fie personran another ten twentyw who the hundred ill 01 01 J fan safetyof I consent I stub tIc hs t5vcntl tire loo fin ch ullac or filly nn c1 ry west other ad aton poison Fu aili lug twenty itt enis to lea by advance dot assistance mistreat Tel tart steal cot 0 t A LAWYERS 2PRIEr Story of the Itr Ovirlnmrd nnj to AVInVIs the A II IuU Ilriii Xo said th lawvfr your claim against that in set some ONt etre to Think there i nt auj rr n There would probably money in it bt it woald a conic Irma Mile of the L the oeruptes and ko I dont want t meddle with t ter anyhow Got frightened oat of it tkXo I oars frightened oat I suppose likely for old begged hard to b l i olf Well ke d y ned IkeljT X I didnt speak a war Ok he did nil the talking J Vs sleet nerer n word a word What in crration yon I bflieve I few tar lad the old fellow he trnf y T1 you say Xo I didnt say so ke tiirfnl sa word t me- WtII way F respeetfnlly Tri whom he did address in your bear AIm hty Ah ht took pray BIT did Sot for my benefit in thi Yon set and the lawyer er o right foot his left kn e i ir n stroking his lower leg down f t state his rasp e you see I found the little easily enough and knoekrd at ti door which stood ajar but T heard me soT into the 1 saw through the eraek of door just as toss a ittin rr there text wa There on a br her silver head way np hih pillows wax an old lady who for all the world just a did the List time f rT r 1 earth Well I wax right n tk of knocking uhrn be said a as could he Tome father Im ready And down tu bis ki h r stab went an old while man still itldrr than his wifr I jnd c and I could nor hav ki urea for the life of me t first he rrmiaded 1 that ih stilt his submi ice children n and hv and no matter what II fit to brine upon them thy sb ifhel at win Of eonrse fiIns to b terrible hard for tl i sfo out horavlf In their peeiallj with poor mother o helplr hut stilt theyd en- thiii than even that wt ud i minded trod n the next plaeeh ferret all might have been if 01 of their l ys raiarbt hoer bee them then his voietr kind of sad a thin white band stole fr der the coverlet and movvd soft his snowy hair then he wear repeat that nothing could be SH as the parting wth those three nnless mother and be should i rated lint at lat he fell t hiimlf with the fart that H Lord knew it was through in f of his own that mother and b threatened with the ls of thfir little home whirh meant he arv the alntshonse a prate they to be delivered from entering ionld be eonslstent with C u And then he fell t qnotini mu of promises enneerntn the swft those who put their trust in th I yes I say he be r ed ha fact it was the most thrilling wltieb I ever listened And at i prayed for Jods sin r on tb about t demand justi fur a moment i tinned more slowly than before I b lie e Id rather ro to tIN house myself toni bt tha HIV heart and hands with the b biich a proseeution that Little afraid to defeat theohl n prayers eh queried the elienl Itless soul man coi T vi defeat it roared tin Ti vy T doesnt admit of detest I tell he left it all subject to the will i f i but he left no doubt as t hs n matter claimed that we v v to known our dt tires lint God hut of all the pleading J heard that beat all Yon set aught that kind f thin myseTi m irhlldhottd and why I was serf hear that prayer Im rare 1 ilm t know hut I Nana the ease ji r F the client twisti i un easily yon hadnt told me abo it tlc old fellows Why so welt I jrreatly want the rn rey the place would brint but was ht tl Hilile all straight when I was yoimii stcr and Id hate to run co ter TV such a harangue as that you U rilmu I wish you hadnt heard a wnl of it and another time I sit n fo petitions intended for you cars The lawyer smiled My dear fellow he said wronj ain it was intended niy ears and yours too anti Cod Aln ili intended it My old mother used arrant Gods moving in a way remember Well mother used to sin too said the claimant as he twst his claim papery in hs finders u can call in the ifyou and tell mother and him the clam Las been met a mysterious way akud she Iirvyer smiliny X W Ail vocate Iteli If our religion is not proof rains the petty trials of home life we nay sure that it cannot stand coiiilict with the world Wellspring Xever The saddest words that can ever be uttered are those Xever irrevocable in the drama of life iev Dr Mackey Green A belief of this kind prevails ly with regard to a of the greater Highland clans A lady who married the chieftain some year ago resolved to uproot what she called a foolish superstition furnished iluccd her husband to furnish in dif ferent shades of green an entire win just added to the family mansion Within six mouths the lady deserted her husband and home and died abroad soon afterward under very tragic cit cumstances Needless to say the pop nlar belief as to the unluckiness ot survives unshaken Notes and Jrnt r IIiner loan take boor or run t rt a pltilst urea Itt 1 you Not 1 a 11 Gill to I It slippe d m sax a h Hill Ida in awrr stroked hrs lower litab two tlatI r r a YOU r sin maRt IS wi hail pra rr nut our Cur m in k urn Christian he a ain UII UuluJy Color certain sect of one or in Queries w t r tit cxa ttitbJa the bolts t r- Ind nt n said did steal 1 Deer a 3 11rll i ii x t reel r him ere vary n r cox the t I l r eoalati t t sic our l morning i Strain stag teen not less than flee nor nioro than twenty dollars for each offense Drulrtiiiitg SEC 20 12G3 If any person shall take down or deface an tisement required by law or for the sale of property put up by any officer or commissioner authorized to make sale of such property by execution judgment or order of sale or otherwise before the time of sale mentioned in it lie shall he fined not less than five nor more than thirty dollars Penalty for Gambling SEC 21 1J 77 If any person or persons shall engage in any haz aid or game on which money or property is bet won or lost such person or persons shall be subject losi fine of not less than twenty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars Tielling on Election SEC 22 1075 H any person shall wager or het any sum inonev or anythinir of value upon any election under the Constitution and laws of this Cotmnomvenllh or the Constitution and laws of the United States he be fined ont hundred dollars Shoaling Firecrackers Etc SEC 2H Any person who shall fire off or shoot or explode any anvil or other contrivance loaded with powder or other explosive substance or lire off shoot or explode firecrackers rockets Roman candles or other explosive mixtures or throw any kind of fire balls or bombs or cause or aid or assist same to he lone within the city limits shall be fined for each offense not less than five nor snore than twenty dollars Tltroirini Iocks Etc Sue M Slay person who shall upon the public square street or any other public place throw rocks stones balls or other hard substances r slings or other like contrivances or play ball hill for each offense be fined not less than one dollar nor more than five dollars Indecent Exposure or Conduct Sic 2 Any person who shall mike any indecent exposure of his person or hall he guilty of any lewd or indecent conduct or association shall be fined for each not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars Prostitute Loilcrimj- SFP 20 bawl or prostitute or woman of ill ionic or one who is nJMierallv reputed to be such shall be found loitering or walking about ili st reels or public places within the city or if she shall conduct herself such a way or manner or shall in manner make exhibit or advertise her trade or call in jr shall for each offense be fined not loss than ten nor more than thirty dollars Disorderly Conduct Sic 27 Any person or persons who shall he guilty of disorderly conduct or who shall be of the use of obscene or vulgar lan guage or shall engage in quarrels shall he linen less than five dollar nor more than twenty dollars for each offense Assault sec 2S Any person or persons who shall be guilty of an assault upon another person or who shall bo guilty of an assault and shall be fined not loss than five nor more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned tint less than five or more than or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the court or jury trying the case Vagrant Sic 20 Any vagrant or other person leading an idle or dissolute or immoral lift having no lawful or visible means of support who steal be found loafing or loitering or idling on or about the streets or public places or in any plant the city limits or any person who shall lead the life of a bawd prostitute or whoremonger in the city shall be dotmid guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction be fined not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars for each offense Arid each day fiat any of said persons or vagrants or bawd shall be so found loafing loitering or idling in said plods shall be deemed a separate offense House Sic 0 Any person who keep manage or control a bawdy house house of ill fault or house for the purpose of prostitution where unlawful or illicit intercourse is suffered or permitted or where acts of lewd obscene or indecent conduct is suffered or permitted or who shall korp manage or control an ill governed or disorderly house shall he fined nut less than twentyfive nor than one hundred dollars and each day such house is so kept managed or controlled shall he deemed a separate HcnliiKj House for Purpose of Prostitution SEC 31 Any person who shall lease prant rent loan or hire to another any house tenement or apartment knowing the same is to be used for prostitution or a bawdy house or house of ill fame or for any other unlawful purpose or shall knowingly allow or permit any house tenement or apartment owned by them to he kept managed or controlled as a bawdy house or house of ill fame or house for the purpose of prostitution where illicit intercourse is suffered or permitted shall be fined not less than twentyfive nor union than one hundred dollars Permitting Vagrants Iv Loiter Abonl Sic 32 If the owner tenant or occupant of any house room or tenement in the city limits shall suffer allow or permit any vagrant idle dissolute or immoral person or persons to visit loaf loiter congregate or remain in or about such house room or tenement he shall be fined ihan lice nor more than twenty dollars Loitering Sic P 3 It shall be unlawful fur person or persons to loaf loiter congregate or remain on in or about property of another person without the consent of such person or in on or about the corporate property of any corporation without the consent of such corporation anti every or persons violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not than five dollars nor more than twenty dollars Leaving Horse tnhitchcd SEe 31 If person leave standing unhitched and unguarded on Ihe public square or on any street any horse or mule or boast of burden lie shall for each offense be fined not less than one nor more than dollars lUelting to Parr Fence Sic 3i If any person shall hitch any horse or other animal to the fence or to any shade tree on the public square or any street shall he fined not less than one nor more than five dollars RIMing Windoic Etc SEC ofi If any person shall wilfully break or shoot out any window or door in any building within the city limits or shall break destroy remove or injure of a profession or business shall be fined not less than two nor more twenty dollars for each offense Riding on Sidewalks SEC 57 It shall be unlawful for any person to rile or drive any horse or other animal the sidewalks in the or ride or drive horse or other animal or across any of the at the of the public square and the four main streets or any pavement into any stable faster than a walk and any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall he fined not less than one nor more than ten dollars Gelling on Moving Train SEC 38 It shall be unlawful for any person other than passengers and employees to get on or or to swing or hang onto or on the outside of any railroad train car or engine while same is in motion or while same is switching and any person violating this ordinance shall be lined five dollars for each offense Speed of Train in City Limits SIC 39 It shall be unlawful for any railroad company its agents or employees to operate and run its train engine or cars within the city limits at a greater rate of speed than eight miles an hour And it shall also he unlawful for any railroad company its agents or employes to mite suffer or permit its train engine or cars to remain on its track across any ttrcet in the city so as to obstruct travel thereon for a longer consec utive period than five minutes Any railroad company or its agents or employees at the time in control of the train engine or cars shall for each violation of the provisions of this ordinance he fined ten dollars SEC 10 It skull be unlawful for any person to play earls or shoot lice or craps in any public room of any hotel tavern or other public place and it shall also he unlawful for the owner or controller of said room to allow same to be done person violating this ordinance shall be fined jive dollars Tin Con to Dog Sic M It shall be unlawful for any person to tie or attach in any way any tin can or other thing to a dog or any animal for the purpose of causing or whereby such or animal is caused to run through the streets or any other locality in the city and any person violating this ordi nance shall for each offense he foul not less than two nor more than five dollars Obstructions on Streets Etc SEC 12 It shall he unlawful for any person to deposit or place or cause to he deposited or placed upon the public square or on any sidewalk street or alley or other public place airy filth wood stone coal or other thing and permit the smile to remain thereon for more than twentyfour hours except as provided in Article 0 Section 7 It shall also he for any person to leave upon allow to remain on the public square or on street or alley for more than twentyfour hours wagon buggy or wheeled vehicle or or wood lumber stone coal brick or other impediments or obstructions or to obstruct any of the streets side walks alleys or public square by means of said obstructions or otherwise to obstruct same except as provided in Section fi Article 7 of these ordi pances For each violation of this section every person shall be fined not 1 IIcrli Ill el e o hall hoot join m niJjy nlcd notes an upon any offs Any do unlawful any I at ads l Z ofiittse fail anv not bat ferv fifty days shall more alit offense eases any the peon less the park any than city over crossings edge lots i D f I c It any oilier inn I in r cp less than five nor more than one hundred dollars aril each days of said obstruction shall constitute a separate offense To Keep Sidewalks Etc Clean Sic J3 Tray person owning or controlling or occupying property real estate within the shall keep the sidewalks gutters and drains in front of and adjoining the respective property free from and clean of weeds grass and other like obstructions and shall keep open and free from obstructions said gutters and drains anti any person failing to do so shall be lined not than onenor more than ten dollars and each days failure shall constitute a separate offense Sic 4 Any person who shall throw or place in any gutter ditch drain or culvert any filth or obstruction so as to prevent the free passage of water through same shall be fined not less than one our more than ten dollars AUTICIYE XTF Liquors Sale Etc to A nollier for the Purpose of Selling SECTION 1 That it shall be unlawful for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another any spirituous vinous or malt liquors or to have in his possession spirituous vinous or malt liquors for the purpose of selling them in the City of Lancaster and any person so offending shall he fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars and imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days The possession of a United States special tax stamp commonly called United States license for the carrying on the business of a retail dealer in spirtuous vinous or malt liquors or the having of sulk tax stamp or license tuck up at the place of business in the City of Lancaster shall he prima facie evidence of guilt under this section C 0 D Shi pin cuts Sic 2 That all the shipments of spirituous vinous or malt liquors to he paid for on delivery commonly called C 0 1 shipments into the of Lancaster shall he unlawful and shall he deemed sales of such liquors in the City of Lancaster if that he the place where the money is paid or the goods delivered The carrier and his agents selling or deliv ering such goods shall be liable jointly with the vendor therefor Sales Klc Directly or Indirectly Furnishing or lienliinj House Etc SEC That any person who shall sell hallo or loan directly or indirectly any spirituous vinous or malt liquors in the City of Lancaster shall upon conviction he fined not less than sixty nor more than one hun Bred dollars or be confined in the county jail for not less than ten nor more than forty days or both so fined and In the discretion of Ute court or jury for each offense and any person who knowingly furnishes or rents a house room wagon or any conveyance or thing in which spirtuous vinous or malt liquors are sold bartered or loaned in violation of Sees 1 2 or 3 of this article shall upon conviction thereof be fined not less than sixty nor more than one hundred dollars and the house wagon vehicle land or other thing in which the liquors were sold bartered or loaned shall be liable for all tines adjudged against the prison selling bartering or loaning the same To Whom to Apply SrC I The provisions of the preceding sections of this article shall not apply to any manufacturer or wholesale dealer in the City of Lan caster who in good faith and in the usual course of trade sills by the wholesale in quantities of not less than five gallons delivered at one time and not to be drunk on the premises nor shall they apply to licensed druggists who may sell for medical purposes on a prescription written and sinned by a regular practicing physician legally authorized to practice medicine Druggists Sale by Prescription SEC 5 The prescription upon which licensed druggists may sell spirit uous vinous or malt liquors in the City of Lancaster as provided in the preceding section be written and signed by a regular practicing phy sician legally authorized to practice medicine and shall state the Jate thereof the quantity thereof the quantity prescribed and the name of the person to whom it is prescribed It shall also he the duty of every to keep an accurate register in a hook kept for that special purpose of everv salt of such liquor made by him his clerks or employes which shall as to each sale the date the quantity to whom made and upon whose prescription which prescription shall be preserved by said druggist for twelve months and only one sale shall he made on any prescription which register shall be open for inspection at all reasonable times by the City Attorney druggist who shall fail to comply with any requirement of this section he lined in sum not less than fifty dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for failure and such failure as to each sale constitute a separate offense The provisions of this article shall not apply to the procurement and use of said liquors for sacramental purposes Prescription by Physician Penally Sic 0 That any physician who shall make or slain any prescription for spirituous vinous or liquors except in the manner provided in the preceding section or who shall make or sign any such prescription unless such liquor is absolutely required as a shall on conviction thereof be hold in sum not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars Sales to Mirrors Sic 7 Any person who shall in the City of Lancaster sell lend or give procure for or furnish spirtuous vinous or malt liquors or any mixture of either to a person under twentyone years of age other than his own children without the special written direction so to do specifying the person by name awl the quantity from the father mother or guardian of such infant shall he fined fifty dollars Suitor on Election SEC S Woever sells loans gives or to any person or per sons either directly or indirectly spirtuous vinous or malt liquors or any other intoxicating drink in the City of Lancaster upon the day or primary election therein shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall he fined the sum of not less than twentyfive nor more than fifty dollars for each effense Sales Etc in Evasion of Law SEC 9 Xo trick device subterfuge or pretense shall be allowed to evade the operation or defeat the policy of the ordinances against selling spirituous vinous or malt liquors in violation or evasion of any such ordi nances in the City of Lancaster A conviction for selling spiritous vinous or malt liquors in the City of Lancaster be sustained against the person in possession of the premises on which said liquor is obtained fur nished or disposed of in violation or evason of these ordinances if the fol lowing facts appear A house room inclosure or other place where spir vinous or malt liquors are furnished or obtained in violation or evasion of these ordinances or where some device is used to dispose of furnish or obtain such liquor in violation or evasion of these ordinances The person in possession of the premises on which liquor is sold disposed of obtained or furnished in violation or evasion of these ordinances by any method whatever on conviction shall be fined not less than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense and each time such liquor is sold disposed of or furnished in violation or evasion of these nances shall he deemed a separate offense against the person in possession of the premises on which said liquor is obtained furnished or disposed of Cocaine It shall he unlawful for an person except a registered pharmacist to sell at retail in the City of Lancaster cocaine or its salts and it shall be unlawful for such registered pharmacist to sell at retail cocaine or its salts except upon the written prescription of a legally qualified physician or dentist Each prescription containing cocaine or its salts shall have written upon its face the name of the patient and the date it is filled It shall be unlawful to sell at wholesale in the City of Lancaster cocaine or its salts to registered pharmacists and legally qualified physicians and dentists It shall be unlawful for any physician or dentist to prescribe for for or sell or dispense to any person for any purpose other than legiti use of Cocaine or its salts Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than fifty dollars ARTICLE XIV Stock Laws SECTION 1 It shall be unlawful for person owning or controlling any live stock of any kind to suffer allow or permit them to run at large upon the streets of this city and any person violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than one nor more than five dollars for each offense Impounding of Stock SEC 2 A pound shall he established in which any live stool found running at large may he impounded and it shall be the duty of the Marshal when live stock are found running at large within the city to forthwith take up the same and place them in the pound and there keep feed sold tape care of them until they are disposed of under these ordinances The Marshal as soon as such live stock fire taken up and impounded shall advertise the taking up and impounding of same by posting a caster which notice shall give a general description and the mark if any of such live stock and if the owner or controller of such live stock is known he shall he given personal notice of the taking up and impounding said love stock If the owner or controller of such live stock shall before the nation proceedings herein provided appear and claim said live stock im the costs and fees incidental to the taking up impound keeping and taking care of same such live stock shall be removed the pound and delivered up to said owner or controller continuance I City Nol hall druggist show any hall t ofany general may it uon trickor i any andmaintained any written or notice thereof at courthouse door in the of Ln con em pounded laymg city less 1nv shall each any furnishes ord buy elate printed City If the owner or controller of such live stock shall not appear within days after the posting of the advertisement herein provided and claim said live stock and pay the charges thereon the Marshal shall report to the Police Judge of the City of Lancaster the taking up and impounding of said live stock and the steps taken by him with reference thereto as provided herein together with a copy of the notice posted at the courthouse door and whether the controller is known or thereupon the said Judge shall issue a summons against the owner or controller of such stock if he be known requiring him to appear on a day named therein and show cause if any he has why such live stock shall not he condemned and sold to pay the fees costs and charges of taking up impounding feed ing and taking care of said live stock Said summons shall be issued served and returned as other summons are required law to be issued served and returned for a violation of the city ordinances f the summons is returned executed the Police Judge shall proceed to hear and determine whether this ordinance has been violated by such live stock being found running at large the hearing being conducted as required by law in other misdemeanor cases before said court And if it shall be found by the court that such live stock were found running at large and that the preliminary steps as herein provided have been taken judg ment shall he entered directing a sale of said stock or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the costs and expenses of taking up impound ing and taking care of same including the costs of the court and the costs incidental to the sale said sale shall be made in the same as required by law in the sale of personal property under execution Provided however if the owner or controller of said live stock shall at jury time before the pay such fees costs and charges the same shall be delivered up to him and removed from the pound But if said live stock bo not redeemed as herein provided and shall he sold the proceeds shall be applied to the payment of the fees and costs and charges against same s herein provided and the balance if any shall be paid to the owner or person entitled to sonic or paid into the city treas ury to be paid to the proper person on order of the City Council All fees costs and charges for taking up and impounding and proceedings against said live stock soul their owner or controller shall become a charge upon anti a lien against said live stock and in case the owner or controller is unknown proceedings in rem shall he instituted against said live stock to subject them to payment thereof Such proceedings to be instituted in the Police Court the pleadings practice and mode of proceeding to be the same as in civil actions in rem against personal and unknown defendants as provided by the code of practice in such cases Fees SEC 3 The Marshal shall he allowed a fee of fifty cents for taking up and impounding each head of live stock found running at large contrary to ordinance the same to be taxed as costs against them and he shall provide such live stock with the necessary food and water while they are impounding and such expense shall likewise be taxed as costs against the same and paid by the owner or controller or enforced against them in rem as herein provided rind the officers of the Police Court in the proceedings herein provided shall be allowed the same fees as are alloyed law in similar cases The same to he taxed as costs and enforced as fees and charges A sow and pigs shall constitute one head of stock under this section SEC 1 It shall be unlawful on the public square or any street or alley or any public place in the City of Lancaster except Tot ten avenue for persons to congregate for the purpose of exhibiting any horse muTe jack or jennet for sale swapping or exchange or to offer at said places except Tottcn avenue for sale swapping or exchange any of said animals any every person violating this ordinance shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than fifteen dollars for each offense It shall not be a violation of this ordinance for any person to offer for sale publicly or privately any such animal at any such places provided said animal it not ridden or speeded for the purpose of exhibiting the same SIr 5 It shall he unlawful for any person or persons on the public square or any street or alley or other public place to congregate for the purpotJL of exhibiting for sale swap trade or exchange any cow hull or steer or calf or heifer or any hog or sheep or for any person or persons to sell swap or exchange any such stock in such places or for any persons to offer to sell swap or exchange any such live stock in any such places and every person violating the provisions of this section shall be less than one nor more than fifteen dollars EEVEXUR AND TAXATION AimCLE X1IT SECTION 1 The City Council of the City of Lancaster steal impose levy and collect a tax and an ad valorem tax Said tax shall he imposed levied in accordance with the provisions of the chatter of the cities of the fifth class the statute laws and the Constitution of the State of Kcntuckv and the ordinances of the of Lancaster Poll Tax SEe 2 The poll tax shall be imposed on and collected from every male inhabitant of the City of Lancaster over twentyone years of age and shall not exceed annually one dollar and a half for each poll Ad Valorem Tax SEC 3 The ad valorem tax shall be imposed levied and collected on all real and personal property within the not however to exceed cents on each one hundred of the assessed value of swirl real personal property except as is otherwise provided in the charter Section 3537 Ky Statute of cities of the fifth class and the Con stitution of Kentucky Taxable Property SEC 1 All personal estate within the city and all personal estate of persons residing within the city except such tangible personalty as has an actual bona fide situs without the city and all corporations haying their chief office or place of business within the city on said date and the franchises of save including intangible property which steal be considered and estimated in fixing the value of corporate franchises and any franchise granted in whole or in part by the city and exercised within the city notwithstanding the corporation holding or exercising sonic may have its office or of business elsewhere and the property of allcor porations though their chief officeor place of business may he elsewhere and all property not mentioned herein that is subject to State and county taxes shall be subject to taxation by the city unless same be exempt from taxation by the statute laws of by the Constitution And for the purposes of taxation real estate shall include all lands within the city and improve ments thereon and personal estate shall include every other species and character of property that which is tangible as well as that which is intan gible Who Liable for Tax SEC n The holder of the legal title and the holder of the equitable title and the claimant or bailee in possession of the property on the fifteenth ot September of the the assessment is made shall be liable for the taxes thereon but as themselves it shall be the duty of the holder of the equitable title to list the property and pay the taxes thereon whether the property be in possession or not at the time of the payment Sic G All estate real nod personal and all interest in such estate named in the tax book shall be assessed for taxation and the tax paid by the owner thereof to the persons authorized by law to receive the same unless otherwise specially provided SKC 7 Real estate shall be valued for taxation without reference to conflicting title Lien Holder May Pay Tax SEC S Any person haying lien on property upon which the has failed to pay taxes and has become delinquent such lien may pay the taxes interest and penalties thereon and shall be subrogated to the lien of the city therefor and the sum so paid shall bear legal interest from Lien of the City for Taxes SEC 9 The City of Lancaster shall have a lien for five from the dateofasessmentonthc property assessed and all other property of each firm or corporation for the taxes due by them respectively which shall not be defeated by a girt devise sale alienation or any means whatever unless the years before the institution of proceedings to enforce the lien and nothing shall be exempt from levy and sale for taxes and costs incident to the sale When any lands or improvements shall not be assessed in any one year it may be assessed retrospectively in the manner provided by law or these for that year at any time not later than five years thereafter but the lien thereby accruing shall not prejudice the rights of purchasers acquired in the meantime Tux Deed Evidence of Title SEC 10 The tax deed executed by the Marshall of the City of Lan easier in pursuance of a sale for taxes shall be prima facie evidence of the regularity of the sale and of all prior proceedings and title in the person to whom the deed has been executed Purchaser at Tax Sale Lien When Set Aside SEC 11 Whenever any person shall purchase property sold for taxes due the city and the sale shall be set aside for any irregu larity the purchaser shall have a lien on the property for the amount of taxes and cost paid by him and for which the property is liable with legal interest from the time of such payment which may be recovered from the owner of the property or the owing it Clerk to Assessment Book and Schedules Form of same unknmI1j and way saIl anyof any finednot tonally mid realand Year andspecified owners originalyears ordinances ef Iii br fee by Other hery annualh and collected City city seyentt tire dollars between fiver delinquent and- S WHAT A LETTER DID Incident That Hlohtrutett Anew the of the Human lleurt- uiiilIIcart Touch A woman who had known wealth verses find found herself among rough people in the logging districts of the northwest If poverty had born her only misfortune it would not have been so bad but with the loss of weans soul the subsequent hail come also a neglect of tIll moral and spiritual side of life a decadence of her bitter self which made her a person of small account even among her rough neighbors A Christian worker in that region seeking to obtain good reading mat ter for the people in his district wrote and obtained the names of 30 families in one wellknown city church each family agreeing to send to a designated family in the woods its secondhand reading matter This was so different from the usual out of barrels of castoff cloth that some of the donors entered into correspondence with those to whom their periodicals were mailed So it rants about that a refined woman in the distant city following her magazines with a was sur prised to receive a reply as wellwrit tin as her own letter had been and showing evidence of no little culture To the woman in the logging camp the letter cf the city woman was a new contact with a life that she had thought forever lust to her and it quickened her pulse a little to be again to a gentlewoman The correspondence went on for some time with on both sides The city such she had come to be improved the opportuni ty to plead with the woman in the woods to turn again to those bet ter things in life which she neglected and to trust nod for help A penitent but earns resolu lion with a prayer and a promise found expression in the next letter a promise that she would make the effort would try to lift herself to a higher plane She did try and she succeeded She is honored now for the good work she is doing for her neighbors and the neighbors have not erased to marvel at the change Hut she herself knows that its beginning was in the love and fellowship that came to her from far away Why must you polish that lens with the palm of your hand asked a wan in a telescope factory There comes a time in the making of a fine lens the workman replied when nothing can be substituted human touch It is so with our efforts to help men and women to lead a better life The reading matter of itself miirht have done good but how blessed was the letter that brought with it the souse of companionship thy Companion SELECTING SEED CORN The MueliMoottMl Unction of Suvlnjc l utirt bur Aaiii a Subject of Ii cii t ioii I would like to say a few words in regard to selecting send corn of which much has grin written of late In watching the articles of the different contributors I find that they are about equally divided in opinion as regards nubbins or not nubliing the ear of seed corn To those who ado cafe nubbing claiming that it has no disadvantages I will say you are bad ly mistaken and to the nonubbing advocates there is this disadvantage the small grains on the tip and the larg ones on the butt end of the ear mixed with the smaller causes the planter to drop irregular Lat this can be overcome in a year if picking the seed has been rightly lone I practiced seed corn time and it niter filled out on either end Some font years ago I abandoned this practice and in the spring when selecting for seed picked out the ears that were nearest filled out on both ends and with an average grain all over the ear The following fall picked our seed corn while and in this xvay had the the whole crop and secured the that were completely filled out at both ends This year on examining the ears we find nearly half the ears filled out over both ends I think the foregoing enough to convince all that nubbing seed corn is injurious to the seed and to the farmers who are in the habit of nubbins their corn let me advise them to at once stop the practice and enjoin upon them undue carefulness in selecting their seed specially their Farmer ANCHORING WIRE FENCE The Way Here Described and trated In One of the Heist That Been Discovered We notice that a great many farm ers who use woven wire fences have them staked down by crisscrossing stakes over the bottom wire Those who have these fences in use any length of time find that to make them positively hog proof they must fasten the bottom wire down in some manner Staking down temporarily answers for the time but these stakes soon rot off A much better ulue sending in writing profit friendfor hadsolong Christian forth ands mpa rain form husking pickof ear seedcornPrairie getpri- vations letter Youths the nubbin R tot Illus hull ANCHOR FOR WIRE FEXCE way is shown in the illustration Heavy galvanized wire loops are made IS inches in length requiring about 40 inches of wire for each loop These loops are placed around the bottom wire and extend below into a hole dug below the front line where a weight is attached to the as shown at A surd covered up Almost any farm will furnish these weights in the way of small boulders old castings etc and when used in this manner are useful and buried out of the way If the posts are far apart two of these loops may be W Urown in Ohio Farmer J loop attachedGeorge 1 exceptionally 1 THE CROSS OF DAGMAR England Confer Three Royal Decor atiuiiM Oil Women Oueuu Alex iiiitiro HUM Them All When the beautiful Princess of Denmark was about to leave that country to become the bride of the prince of Wales her father gave her as a keepsake a copy of what is known as cross a relic held in the greatest reverence by the Danish people and which now re poses in the Museum of Northern at Copenhagen says the Washington Star This cross contains a splinter of the true cross Golden screws fasten the two parts of the cross together the cavity between being the resting place of the precious splinter This cross is of great artistic value since it is the only enameled model known to be older than 1212 It is of gold and measures 1 inches long by one inch broad and is covered on either side with figures in enamel On the front Christ is depicted on cross on the back are the figures of Christ in the center of St Basilius St John Chrysostom St Mary and St John the Evangelist When good Queen Dagmar the darling queen of the Danes died in 1212 the cross was laid upon her breast In the time of Charles V the tomb was opened and the cross and placed in the museum Is daily visited by crowds of admir ing Danes that talk lovingly of the beautiful queen who asked neither goods nor gold broad acres nor stones of price as a morning gift but asked her lord Yaldemar the Vic torious to free the peasantry from a heavy lav and the poor prisoners frolll their fetters It is said in Denmark that this queen committed no greater sin than the lacing of her silk sleeves small on a Sunday morningThe cross given to now Queen Alexandra by her father was copied faithfully in every detail by the court jeweler ut Copen hagen and is one of the queens most treasured possessions Another jewel which the queen values is that bestowed upon her member of the Order of the Royal TIed Cross one of the three honorary titles which in England can he upon The other two are the Crown of India and the It oval Order of Victoria and Albert The queen heads the list of the first class of the latter order only sovereigns and princesses of the highest rank being eligible to membership which now numbers 23 royal ladies The latest member is Hollands young queen The coveted order of Holland is the Lion of the Nether lands The first tinge the cross of the order was conferred upon a wom an was when Queen Wilhehnina re cently bestowed it upon the mother superior of the sisters of mercy mince the death of the empress of Austria the emperor has founded a new order in her memory and named it St Elizabeth The cross of the order bears an enameled picture of St Elizabeth of Thuringia and is con ferred upon women who merit dis tinction in the various vocations of life or in special religious humani tarian and philanthropic works The first recipient of the order was Countess Sapary upon whom it was bestowed in recognition of her services to the dead emputss in her last hours The Austrian Star Cross Order is the oldest of the 11 orders designed for women in va rious parts of the world Even the sultan of Turkey about 20 years ago instituted an order for women The shah of Persia has done time same The only woman who ever had con ferred upon her the order of St Ueorge of Russia is the exqueen of Naples She behaved with such gal lantry at the siege of Gaeta that the and sent her the cross of toe order The first woman to win the distinc tion of the decoration for arts and science is Carmen Sylva who has had It bestowed upon her by the emperor of Austria In recognition of the efforts of his sister the crown prince of Greece to relieve the wounded of the Turko Greek war the emperor of Germany conferred upon her the Louise order with the red cross engraved on the medal LIFE OF BILLY THE KID Start and FInlxh of One of the Worst Dud Men That Ever Lived History has it with what accuracy Jet us not inquire too closely that when Billy the Kid was yet a boy not more than 14 years of age some one addressed to his mother a remark This was in Arizona and at a time when resentments were swift and deadly The story goes that the boy drew a knife fatally stabbed the man and then fled the country From that time hilly the Kid became an out law and an outlaw he remained for the seven years which completed the span of his short life says Everybodys Magazine Today there is a little lowly heap of earth situated at Las Cruces X M To the curious stranger some idle native play now and again point out this little grave and explain with a certain pride that Las Cruces pos sesses the final resting place of the worst bad man that ever infested the southwestern border An ancient Mexican who sometimes shows this grave to visitors once made the remark regarding its occupant that had he lived he would probably have turned out to be a bad man And how old was Billy when he strangerTwentyone an cient He died almost as one might say before he fully began to live You say he was bad remarked another stranger lIe is said to have killed many men How many How many amigo had this man killed at the time he him diedHe killed replied the ancient Mexican 21 men one for each year of his age may the saints defend us said the Mexican He was a good man and very kind to poor people Yet had he lived he might according to the opinion of some have tuned into a bad man 4 Alexandra I I mars Ant fine I as- a conferred women czar made an exception in her favor disrespectful cautious 4 I tt v j takeaway Princess devoted yr wr t Jnicrrogatorics and Oath SEC 12 It shall he the duty of the City Clerk to make out secure and deliver to the Assessor on or before the of September of each year an assessment book and necessary blank schedule for the assessment of all property real and personal with interrogatories to be propounded to each person with affidavit thereto attached to be signed and sworn to by the party whose property is assessed The schedules shall contain two columns in one the person whose property is assessed shall fix the values in the other the Assessor will fix what in his judgment is the proper valuation of the property Said assessment book and schedules shall he so ruled as to contain a column and the columns shall be so labeled and designated for the number of each lot on the city map the name of the street and on what street the lot is located the number of feet frontage of the lot on each street and the depth of the lot the value of earl lot without the improvements the value of the improvements thereon and the total value with improvements Also a column for the number of dogs owned by the person assessed Also a column or columns properly labeled or designated for each of the various classes or items of property subject to taxation by the city which shall as far as practicable conform to and be the same as the list and schedule furnished by the State Auditor to County Clerks for the use of the County Assessor The following shall be the form of the interrogatives as hereinbefore required Interrogatories propounded to and answered by of the City of of all property held or owned by him on the day and valuations thereof as fixed by him and as fixed by the Assessor Interrogatories No 1 Are you or were you on the 15th day of September of the present year executor of the will or administrator or curator of the estate of any deceased person or guardian committee assignee commissioner re ceiver or trustee of any person or have you in your posesssion or under control any property money or other thing of value belonging to other person or corporation Answer If the answer is yes time person s required to list such property separate from his own and in the name of the real owner and show by whom listed Xo 2 Have you before the fifteenth day of September of the present year either personally or through the agency of another caused any part of your taxable money or other property to bo converted either by sale exchange or any other man ner into any bonds money or securities or any other property not taxable under the laws of this State or the ordinances of the City of Lancaster for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes or have you resorted to any means or device whatever to evade the payment of taxes on any part of property owned you during twelve months next the fifteenth day of the present year Answer If the answer is yes the person will state all the facts connected with such transaction mIll the Assessor will reduce such statement to writing and attach it to the schedule and make a note of the fact in his book that the attention of the Board of Equalization may he called thereto The following shall be the form of oath which shall be printed on each schedule which the party whose list is taken shall subscribe and swear to before the Assessor as soon as such schedule hall he completed and all per sons failing or refusing to take such oath shall he deemed guilty of refusing to give in their property for assessment and be fined as provided for such offense Oath STATE OF KENTUCKY CITY OF LANCASTER s c t I do solemnly swear or affirm that the foregoing schedule contain a true full and complete list of all taxable property belonging to me on the fifteenth day of September 1JO and to the best of knowledge belief and judgment the values fixed by me to the various articles as above is the fair cash value thereof estimated the price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale and that to the best of my knowledge belief and judgment none of said articles would bring any greater sum at any such sale than as stated above I further swear that to the hest of my knowledge belief and judgment I can not realize any greater sum on the notes accounts owned and held by me against others than as stated by me in said schedule and that the answers made lv me to the above interrogatories are true Subscribed and sworn to before me by this day of 190 after sail read to him me Assessor t shall he the duty of every Assessor to read said interrogatories and oath in full to each taxpayer before he shall he allowed to sign or swear to Any Assessor violating either of the provisions shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction be fined fifty dollars Properly Assessed as of September Fifteenth SEC 13 All property subject to assessment and taxation by the city shall be assessed and valued as of the fifteenth of September in the year listed and the person owning possessing the same on that day shall list it with the Assessor and remain hound for the tax notwithstanding he may have sold or parted with the same Assessor Failing to Accept Office Penally Sic 14 Any person appointed Assessor by the City Council who fail to accept the office and discharge the duties be fined one hundred dollars The Assessor is authorized to administer the oath required to be taken by persons whose property is required to be listed for taxation Oath and Kond of Assessor SEC 15 The Assessor before he enters upon the duties of his office shall in addition to the oath prescribed by the Constitution of Kentucky take the following oath before the City Clerk I do swear that I will ad minister to every person listing property of any description the oath prescribed by law and fix the value of all prop to be listed by me at its fair cash value estimated at the price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale without favor or par tiality that I will diligently search and inquire so that no person will bo passed over or shall fail to have an opportunity to give a list of his taxable property and that I will truly report all persons who shall fail or refuse to list their taxable property after called on by me for that pose or who have given a false or fraudulent list so help God The Assessor shall at the same time execute bond to the of Lan caster with to he approved by the City Council for the faithful discharge of the duties of his office which bond shall be filed with the City Clerk and on which the Assessor and his sureties shall be liable for vio lation of the duties of his office Actions be instituted on said by the City or any person aggrieved and had thereon from time time to the extent of the injury sustained NonResidents Laud to Obtain Description Lists SEC 10 The Assessor shall obtain description lists of real estate owned by nonresidents of the City and if he fails to see in person he shall use said information in making out his lists and book of taxable property If the owner of real estate within the City fails to list the same the Assessor shall nevertheless list it and to enable him to as certain the person in whose name to make the list he is empowered to swear witnesses and their statements must he put in writing and returned with the tax book and a reference made to the proof in the listing of the real es tate Personal of every kind shall be separately stated and valued in the appropriate column of the tax book and if there be no appropriate column it shall be valued and stated in the column headed miscellany Assessor to Fix Values Oilier SEC 17 The Assessor from his own knowledge and from the state ment of the person listing the property for taxation and such other evi dence as he may be able to obtain upon the oath of witnesses sworn by him shall fix the value upon all the estate listed with him for taxation at its fair cash value estimated at the price it would bring at a fair voluntary sale and enter the same in his tax book in the proper name and title of thing together with the christain and surname of the person and other information designated in the form of the tax book prescribed by law value of lots or lands the increased value on account of all improvements thereon shall be taken into consideration If the value fixed the Assessor be greater than that fixed by the taxpayer it shall be the duty the Assessor increase and of the time and place of the meeting of the Board of Equaliza tion Tie Assessor shall report to the Board of Equalization a list of all taxpayers in the City whose tax lists have been added to or increased by him after receiving them from the hands of the taxpayer together with a short statement The Assessor shall make out his tax book in a fair legible handwriting and the names of the taxpayers shall be in alphabetical order The Assessor shall make out and return with his tax book the number of male inhabitants of the over twentyone years of age and the of qualified voters in the City Assessor to Complete His Wort Other Duties SEC 18 The Assessor shall complete his work between the fifteenth day of September amTlthe fifteenth day of November of each year and return the tax book schedules and list and shall deposit same with the City Clerk on yearInspecifically defined by these ordinances and the City Charter the Assessor shall be governed by the laws in force relating to County Assessor and he shall attend the meetings of the Board of Equalization and give said board such information as he possessionClerk SEC19 It shall be time duty of the City Clerk on or before the first City day Lancaster State of on the day of InO and schedule lath of September 190 temporarily the preceding September of oathwas hv it or shallwilfully thereofshall City goodsurety any may bond t or saidnonresident also the aggregate value of the property assessed and in giving the hv of to notify the taxpayer at the time of the assessment of the amount of such City I o fifteenth Kentucky anti by m cart g pur- em recovery riving number t o day of March of each year to make out from the Assessors list as by the Board of Equalization a tax list of all persons owing taxes which list shall be so ruled with appropriate columns as to show the lianas of all persons owing taxes and the amount due by each one with a separate col umn for various items as follows Number of lots or number of acres its assessed value value of personalty assessed total amount assessed amount of exemptions total amount taxable amount of taxes due and poll tax due The Clerk shall add up each column and prove same from said corrected list of the Assessor and shall calculate and make out the amount of taxes due from said list and the per cent on each one hundred dollars thereof as as sessed by the City Council Clerk to Deliver Tax List to Marshal SEC 20 The City Clerk shall upon order of the City Council de liver said tax list mentioned in the preceding section as made out by him to the Marshal on or before the first day of March of each year for which he shall at the date of take the Marshals receipt for same said re ceipt shall show the total amount of taxes due both property and poll as shown by the tax list and the Marshal in his settlement shall be held re sponsible and bound for the amount of taxes as shown by the said tax list which he receives and his receipt therefor Marshal Tax Collector SEC 21 The City Marshal by virtue of his office shall he collector of city taxes except license taxes and taxes paid by banks trust companies building associations and other corporations Taxes When Due SEC 22 All city taxes except as otherwise specially provided by law or the city ordinances shall be due and payable on and after the first day of March after the assessment Marshal lo Deposit Taxes with Treasurer llis Report to Council SEC 23 The Marshal shall during each at the end of each month deposit with the City Treasurer all taxes and funds collected by him during that month except he shall be allowed to retain his com mission or per cent on the amount collected and he shall take the Treas paidThe meeting night of the Council in each month tile with the City Clerk his written report of taxes and funds col lected by him during the preceding month said report shall show the amount of taxes and other funds collected by him by whom paid and the amount paid by each person the amount paid into the Treasury by him and the amount retained by him as his commission He shall also file a copy of the Treasurers receipt He shall also state in said report that he has not collected any taxes or funds other than those therein reported and said report shall be signed by him and verified by his oath and shall be filer and kept with the records of the CityCouncil and be copied by the Clerk upon the record hook of the City Council Distraint for Taxes Demand Before Distraint Sale of Properly Dist rained SEC 24 The Marshal from and after the first lay of March in each year shall collect the City taxes due and upon the failure of persons hound therefor to pay the same may distrain the goods and chattels owned by or in the rightful possession of time persons from whom the tax is due notwith standing the existence of any lien upon the same and may proceed to sell the title of such person in so much thereof as will pay the tax due and all costs in the mode prescribed The Marshal before he makes a levy for taxes shall demand the same from the person from whom the tax is due if resident of and in the city and tender a receipt therefor if it be required in which he shall specify the taxable estate with which such person is charged the value and amount thereof and the tax due If he shall before demand if the payer is a resident of and in the city and before he tenders the receipt if it b required he will forfeit and pay to the person aggrieved double the amount of such tax and such damages as he may sustain to be recovered by action in his own name Provided however he may distrain without the demand after the first day of July of the year for which the tax is due And provided further that if the Marshal has reasonable ground to be lieve that the person from whom the tax is due is about to remove his prop from the city or to conceal the same he may distrain at any time with out the demand The Marshall shall after having advertised by written or printed no tices posted at the Police Court room door the time and place of sale for at least ten days sell at public auction for money so much of the property levied on for taxes as will pay the tax and costs If the Marshal make il legal or unreasonable seizure and levy for taxes he shall be liable in data ages to the party aggrieved Council to Order Delivery of Tax List SEC 25 It shall he the duty of the City Council on or before the first day of March of each year to direct and order the City Clerk to de liver the tax list mentioned in Section 19 of this Article to the City Mar shal on or before the first day of March of each year Real Estate Sold if no Personalty Found Affidavit of Marshal SEC 2 If there be no personal property that the Marshal can di strainfortaxesduejim the same shall not be paid by the 1st day of July and there is any real estate within the city belonging to or listed by such quent taxpayer time Marshal shall before any sale of any such real estate of any such delinquent taxpayer for the taxes due make out and file with the City Clerk his affidavit in writing showing the names of all such taxpayers or persons from whom taxes are due the amount due from each person as shown by list the real estate belonging to or listed by such delinquent taxpayer and that such persons or delinquent taxpayers whose real estate is to be sold or is to be sold for the taxes due have no personal estate out of which said taxes can be made said affidavit shall be spread at large upon the record book of the City Council and filed and kept by the Clerk with the records of the Council Lien Enforced for Taxes by Order of Council SEC 27 The City Council shall upon the filing of the affidavit the Marshal as set forth in Section 26 of this Article at once order lien for the taxes mentioned in said affidavit enforced either by the Mar shall by a summary sale of the property as prescribed by the City ordi nances or the Attorney by action in any court of competent to such liens Council May Order Liens Enforced by Sail Marshal Not to Collect SEC 28 If the City Council under Section 27 of this Article ord ers the lien for the taxes mentioned in the affidavit of the Marshal as pro vided in Section 2G of this article enforced by the City Atorney by action IheMarshalshallnotattempUtocollectisuch taxes but shall he allowed credit for the amounts thereof as shown by his affidavit and tax list in his settle ment with the city And the City Attorney upon such order shall at once enforce the lien for said taxes by action in any court of competent jurisdic tion in the manner provided by law Sale of Land for Taxes by the Marshal SEC 29 If the City Council under Section 27 of this article order the lien for the taxes mentioned in the affidavit of the Marshal as in Section 20 of this article enforced by the Marshal by a sum mary sale of the property the Marshal upon such order there being no personal property he can distrain for the taxes due and the same not being paid by the first day of July shall sell for cash any real estate belonging to or listed by such delinquent taxpayer or so much thereof as will pay the taxes due and his commission in the same planner that lands arc sold under execution except that the land shall not be valued or levied on and shall be advertised by postingfif teen days before the sale a written or printed notice at the Police Court room door and at the Court House door in the City of Ijmcaster and the publication once a week for four weeks prior to the day of sale in a newspaper of general circulation if there be one in the city if not then by printed handbills posted for fifteen days before the sale at the Police Court room door at the Court House door in the of Lan aster and in three or more conspicuous places in the City of Lancaster and the Marshal shall not less than fifteen days before the sale mail to the the sale and in order to cover the cost of such advertisement and notifica tion the Marshall shall have one dollar and fifty cents for each person whose property is advertised to be paid by the delinquent but in no event to be paid by the city Provided however that no levy or sale of shall be valid and no fees for making same or credit for taxes in sales of same shall be allowed the Marshal until said Marshal shall have made and filed his affidavit in writing as provided in Section 2G of this article Awl the City Council shall in no case allow credit to the Marshal for taxes on real estate sold and bought in for the City of after said af davit has been filed and until the order of City Council is made as pro vided in Section 27 of this article Marshal May City Redemption Posscsion Report of City Clerl SEC 30 no one will bid for and purchase the land ad vertised to be sold for the taxes due at the amount of the tax the charges due and the cost of sale including the cost of advertising it shall be the duty of the Marshal to purchase same for the City of Lancaster for the amount of tax due and commission thereon and shall make return to the City Clerk wino shall record the same in a book kept for that purpose and the Marshal shall have a credit for same is his settlement with the City Council The Clerk shall have a fee of twentyfive cents for making such entry to be paid by the delinquent on redemption of said land but in no event to be paid by time city The owners of such land or real estate his representatives heirs or as shall have to reclaim the same from the city or other purchaser at any time within two years after the of sale by paying the Purchase money with interest at the rate of thirty per cent per annum corrected- r delivery month and tax- I delinquent histax necesasry City City delinquent a postal card addressed to his place of residence or place of business if such can be ascertained him of the tinge and the place of realestate for if the any bylaw Cray ri lin by time 11 jurisdiction foreclose provided notifying Lancaster until M mill in addition fifteen per rent upon Ui t h amount oft pimh j H and the amount of time City Clerk s c sis it any Tlie shall have the right of the pusesssion of hinds purchased by it at sti time aft T the expir ation of thirty days from tin giving of tin n tiii provided f r in th next section and the purchaser other than tin ii hall have the n ht L possession of lands purchase by him at any time aft r the expiration of months from the giving of time notice provided or the next section lu the redemption of lands sold to tin city for l lin iitii taxes at any tin within two years after the sale or until tin City Attorwy under the dire bon of the City Council assumes charge of the e livi ion hy sate r tiltwise the City Clerk is hereby vested with authority to sot delinquent taxes interest and penalties as prtscriUd law he ha make report thereof to the City Council and shall pity into the treaui all moneys collected by him on the first of every month report the City Clerk will show the name of owner eaeh ke of prcj redeemed the taxes for which deliqnent the ateessed valuat i for same for each tool the total amount pnid time city for the reder j tion And the City Clerk shall receive five per rut commission fr h collection City A Howry to Notify Outur SEC 31 It shall be the duty of the City Attorney wiihiu fifty t after the sale to notify the owner of the rant purchased hy tIM of r purchase and if the land so purchased be not redeemed within thirty t from such notification he shall institute proceedings fr the recovery of till possession of such land and if such laud be redeemed after ings are instituted time owner shall in addition pay time cost of neh jw feeding In every case where such lane are redeemed from time eity at any time within the period of two years allowed for redemption the it Attorney shall his commission when he attettds to his duties twenty per cent of the amount of money paid to redeem such land hut if li fail to attend to his duties he shall receive no commission anti he who ot the redemption money shall belong to the city It shall he tilt duty the purchaser other than the city within fifty days after time sale to jriv notice in writing to the owner of the land purchased l y him of sueh pur chase and if such land be not redeemed within six months after notice he mav institute proceedings for the of possession of m t land Tillr Mlifn lo Vest in Piirchaw Sir If the land purchased by tie be not redeemed within tli two years allowed for that purpose the fee simple title to sueh land ha vest absolutely in the city and if said lands purchased hy individuals he w redeemed within the two years allowed for that purpose the fee simp title shall at once vet in such individuals The city at any time aft r the two years for redemption hays expired advertise sell nt puhlie sa any of said lauds forfeited to the and convey saute by deed to tli purchaser The Attorney shall to such sate and the drawin r of the deeds and have for his services fifteen per cent of the mart of purchase price at such sale Iledrmplitn by Person Under Disability Sic 33 Any minor or other person laboring under le nl tlisahilitv except a lunatic or married woman at the date of sale shall have one year after the removal of the disability within which to redeem such property which may be lone by paying the purchase money with fifteen por centum on time amount thereof and interest at the rate of thirty per cent per from the date of the sale and the costs of the sale any purchaser other than tilt city forfeit right to tIlt purchase unless within six months after the Marshal shall have delivered to him a certificate of pur chase hereinafter provided for he shall in writing give notice of Iris pur chase to both husband old wife in case the purchase he of land of u urn tied woman or to the statutory guardian of an infant if there be o if not to the parent if none to the person having in charge such iufan if the purchase be of time land of an infant or to the committee of iJ lunatic it one if none then to the person having in charm such Iitnaii if the purchase be of the land of a lunatic If the lands of a iiiiirrie woman or lunatic be not redeemed within five years from the reception ot the notice such stile shall become absolute Certificate of JtirrhHsr Xutire of Marshal Sue M The Marshal shall within after the smile giie certificate of purchase describing the land and the tithe of sale d the price for winch said land sold to all purchasers of land soW awl in all cases where the purchaser of such land is the city till Marshal shall within six months give the notice required by the preceding section an1 for a failure on his part to do so he shall liable on his omeial bond for all damages incident thereto hut time title of the city shall not be thereby affected but if the owner of time land purchased can not be found then time notices required by Sections 1 and 3 of this article shall be served as follows First upon any member of his family in the city over sixteen years of ago if none then second upon his agent if any in the city anl if none then third by a printed or written notice posted at or near tin Police Court room door and on or near the premises Conreiitiiiti1 by Marshal SEC 35 When the right to redeem shall have expired the Marshal then in office shall convey to the purchaser other than the city the described in his certificate of purchase for which deed he shall he allowed a fee of one dollar to be paid by the grantee in the deed Redemption by Infant Married Woman SEC 30 1 f the be the city the land may be redeemed for an infant at army time during the infancy and him within one year after hi maturity by paying the amount necessary to the City Clerk who shaft enter upon the book mentioned in Sections 30 and of this article word redeemed after the description of the land and shall Sill his nme in his official capacity to said entry The lands of a married wonutn or a lunatic may be redeemed at any time within the period mentioned iu section 33 of this article Purcliase by Nonresident SEC 37 If the purchaser he a nonresident of the city having no known agent in the city or if being a resident he win out be fomul at his usual place of abode the lands be redeemed within the time and in the manner stated in the last preceding section hut if he be a resident m the city and can be found at his usual place of abode of if he berg a non resident has a known agent who can he found at his usual place of ahwde the redemption money must be pool to the purchaser or his agent as the caseinay be duel in every case the certificate of the purchase shall be to the party redeeming who shall by exhibiting the same to the Clerk be entitled to have the claim of record as described in time last preceding section Martha Report of Sales Notice SEC 38 Within twenty days after the tale the Marshal shall in his official capacity make report in writing to the City Clerk showing when the sale was made the steps taken by him with reference thereto prior to and at the sale to whom and for what price the land was sold irivinjr n description of the land sold as fully as he is able to do which report shall be recorded and indexed by the City Clerk in a book to be provided hy the City Council for that purpose The Marshal shall at once notify Attorney of the filing of said report Said report when recorded shall operate as a conveyance and vtst the title to the property of all persons sni juris in the city pnrrlro by the city and shall be constructive notice to the world of the cb tiexisting in favorof thepnrchaser whether the city or an individual anin t the lands of persons laboring Under no legal disability If the Marsl il fail to make said report he shall upon conviction be fined not less thai ten nor more than one hundred dollars but the title of the snail Tot thereby be affected and said report may be afterward tiled and recorded with the same effect as if filed and recorded at the proper time The City Attorney after notification of the filing of said report shall within thirty days after having given the notice provided for in Section property which has not been assessed and for which they can find no 31 of this article make his report in writing to the Clerk showing the time of the giving of said notices to whom given and time manner ot such notification which report shall be spread at large upon the record book of the City Council and a memoranda thereof he noted the Clerk on the margin of time hook wherein the Marshals report is as provided in this section Report of Notice Gircn Sue 30 The Marshal shall within after haying given the notices provider for in Section 34 of this article file with Clerk his report in the time of the giving of said notices to whom and the manner of notification which report shall be spread at large upon the record book of the City a memoranda thereof be noted by the Clerk on the margin of the book wherein tire Marshals report is recorded as provided in Section 38 of this article CertificateSEC of sale to the City Clerk as provided in Section 38 of this article individual purchaser may file with time City Clerk the Marshals certificate of purchase which the Clerk shall record and index in the book aforesaid and the same shall have the same effect as the Marshals report would have had if returned Compensation to Clerk SEC 41 The Clerk shall be allowed for his services in recording the report of the Marshal in the book mentioned in Section 38 of this article one cent for each line of the hook employed in recording the report to be CONTINUED ON PAGES 1 tnt t crt years h pmt has L 3 luny tool attend Hut hall iii thirty h p1ll w H1 S the 1lI City rella ell the City city City thirty days Cit Counciland any 4 me city i lip t the lit awl city dot said each tint year city s t slit s tai i recovery city city City shrill t mutt davs stating property Ivy surrendered when lc by recorded given