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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 13 1906BEJESrBENTn YEAR r r NDlBBB rrit1W I Black 2HORSE 1 Plants 3 in a Hill I every time a SOLD I I HAZEL I I IDNII OotheosIi IiIjJ1uR L DAVIDSON Law Office over Police Court room I Prompt attention to business I I CHRIS FARIS j Dentist tOffice over Istore Danville st IW I Hawk CoruPlallters BY 1 AttorneyAt g t01 i i Local Gossip The Record sends out eight pages today If business continues to in crease we will have to enlarge the paper permanently Quite i number of citizens are plant Inir their gardens but the Record would suggest that they wait until after the next snow falls The Section men have sodded all of that potion of ground on opposite side of tract from the depot which is a very great improvement Lancaster now has the prettiest depot ia Cen tral Kentucky The Uniform Rink Knights of Pythias trills every Wednesday night and the attendance is good They have been drilling on the public Square lately and show marked im provement under command of Capt W O Dunlap Remember the entertainment at the courthouse on the evening of the Kith It is given under the auspices of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias and is highly recommended The house will be clean and comfortable so go and spend an evening of enjoy ment aura also help the lodge boys E ich of Lancasters colored settle ments Battle Row Duncautown and Aliddlesboro have had a fire within the past two weeks and each time the property of the colored was saved They are now happier than ever that they voted for the wa ter in the hot election Lancaster pro moters had to win to get the improve ment The lid was on good and strong Sun day everything being closed but the churches arid these were only open for a few hours The closing of busl ness houses is a good move its all very true but the closing of the meat shops and ice depots is carrying the thing justa little too far It is impossible to keep meatsover night in a private resi dence while the attempt to keep ice is entirely out of the question Enforce the law gentlemen see Sunday is properly observed but dont cull the thing into the ground The large weather vane which has done duty on the cupalo of the for so many years was blown down a few days ago As nearly all the work in this structure is more or less decayed there is danger of a strong wind blowing the whole thing and the determination of the Fiscal Court to have it repaired is a wise move indeed Should some piece of imber fall and injure a person it would cost the County enough to put up an entirely new building Rem ember the old saying about a stitch in time I that- Court- House away people Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our complete lines of are now in and we want you to come and see the Prettiest Goods Ever Brought to Lancaster We have all the newest creations in Dress Goods the nobbiest most styles and an assortment bigger and better than you can find elsewhere We call especial atten tion to our big stock of White Goods as none better were ever put on this market When you want genuine bargains come to us The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY f I I Spring ann Summer Goans l I I 1i 1i s e t iL Susan Gibbs wellknown as Black Suse died Sunday of consumption The money for the jurors who served last court is ready for pay ment F S Hughes Some Good Music Sunday All the Churches are preparing special musical programs for Easter Services Sunday morning The at the Christian Church will be exceptionally good Better Move Out An Iowa editor got oft this one the other day The sorriest man on earth is the fellow who will sit around and cuss his town If I lived astride of the north pole I would call it home and be ready to boost it up If I could not say anything nice about it 1 would say my ice bill didnt come high I would not stay in h town I had to cuss not while the world is as big as it now is A Warning The Record is requested to warn people against riding on the hose wagon when the latter is being taken to a fire The wagon is so heavy that it is with the greatest difficulty it is drawn and with live or six men perch ed on the top thereof it is almost im possible to make any speed It is also very dangerous and should be stopped Easter Exchange The W C T U will have an exchange at the post ottice on Saturday before Easter and will have for sale at low prices all kinds of cakes salads bread pies in tact many articles you can not buy elsewhere The exchange will be open at ten oclock A M and remain open all day so come early and get first choice The Lid On The City Council had the lid on good and strong Sunday the barber shops stores in fact everything but the s Churches being locked barred and bolted even the cigar stands refused to sell anything and corn cob pipes had to be restored to Most of the merchants are In favor of the Sunday closing as it is a great nuisance for them to have to remain at thelrplaces of business with one eye open so to speak when they should be enjoying the days rest The barbers are very glad the law is being enforced While there is some kicking majority of the people want the lid on and we are satiflied much good will result if the law is carried out to the letter A Wise Move The Fiscal Court has decided to take the sense of the voters on the question of Issuing bonds to raise funds with which to make the needed improvements in the Court House It is not generally known to the Pub lic but the Court House is in a very dilapidated condition and a small a mount of money spent now in improv Inn and repairing the building will save many dollars later on The foundation and the walls are the best In Central Kentucky and the house can be made one of the most and comfortable at very little cost The Record is very glad the Court has seen proper to do this and the action speaks well for the judge inent thereof A Fair Count In an interview at Washington Senator James B McCreary says he is confident of reelection whether Gov Beckham is a candidate against him or not With fair count said he I am sure I will be returned to the Senate The inference to be drawn from this is that the State machine may endeavor by improper methods to defeat him Speaking of the Senator al aspirations of Gov Beckham he said I have received letters lately from every part of Kentucky and I am satisfied that the Democrats of my state will elect me for a second term I have already announced to my friends that I shall be a candidate for one reason that almost without excep Mon Democratic Senators have been given two terms and often three terms in our State I have always tried to be a faithful and efficient officer whenever the people of Kentuc ky have honored me with an office I am therefore sure to be reelected with a fair count 8th District Publishers The Eighth District Publishers League met in Danville Saturday and nearly every newspader man in the district was present Many mat ters of great importance to the news paper craft were discussed and the meeting was both pleasant and This League organized last summer and has resulted in many im provements and benefits for the paper which could never have been brought about in any other way The Danville Newspapermen were untiring in their efforts to entertain their visiting brothers and certainly succeeded in making the visit enjoyable By the way no town in the State is enjoying a greater or more steady growth our hustling neighbor Danville New buildings are going up every where and we are told that it is impossible to rent a dwelling house in the city The business houses are right up to the minute in every way and carry as nice line of gojds be found of Louisville or Cincinnati The citizens are pro gresslve and are out for every nlng that will benefit and bring business to their town profitable was almost scan side l program yetthe convenient tha- is out w e n There will be a call con ference at the Baptist Church in Lancaster next Tuesday morning at 10 30 A M Preach ing at 1130 and also ac 715 P M Rue Currey real estate agents 1 810 cash Also sold for Sarah E Tewmey her louse and lot on pike three miles from Harrodsburg fit 81000 Dr Jno A Snowden who moved from Clark county to Kirksville abought two years ago has R L Jennings the Dr Nichols property at Paint Lick and is now a citizen of that thriving city The dwelling has been remodeled and put in lirstrlass repair For County Clerk Pierce authorizes The Record to announce him as a caudi date for the ofllce of county clerk to the action of the democratic party He has always been a hard worker for his party is well qualified and would make a good official Locates in Lancaster Dr J G B jslev of Rcihmond has located in Lancaster and opened an office at the residence of Mrs Singleton on Lexington street Dr Bosley is one of the best physicians in Central Ken and comes highly recomended as a physician and gentleman and The Record extends him warm welcome into our little City For the Colored School His Royal Highness Prince Herr man including his Eminence Duke Berryman will appear at the Colored Baptist Church April Kith and at Court House April 17th This entertainment is for the the Lancaster Colored Public Scho and comes highly recomended Admis 15e and 25c A portion of the house will be reserved for the white people who are cordially invited to and assist the school They Kill The Town I The Harrodsburg Herald drives in the following The inordinate love of the dollar too often makes men unpatriotic and disloyal to the town and community in which they live To save a little they will send i away from home for supplies refuse a I dollar toward public improvements j in their own town belittle and de j grade home enterprise and yet be the first to advance the price of their property as a result of the patient self sacrificing work of others to your town is just as a type of patriotism as one can find and no matter how much your patriotism boils over on the Fourth of July in a general way if you are dis loyal in little things to your town you are a poor citizen of the republic You r who makes long prayers in the church and jaws his wife and neglects his children at home j Reliable Help The printing offices all over the country are replacing male help for girls nearly every office has from one to four girls at the cases in the places formerly occupied by boys and men This is being done for the reason that j it impossible to get male help you can depend upon and the further fact that it is so much more pleasant to have the women in the office The work is light much easier than sewing and far more pleasant than clerking At the Danville News office Saturday we saw three girls pretty ones too by the way at the cases attending to the typesetting and the business was running alOng more rapidly with less i confusion and tar more pleasantly than if so many beersoaked cigarette fiends were in the places talking killing time t and keeping the air foul with oaths The girl in the printing office is a gem and in a short time the men will be forced to learn other trades j BKIANT8YILLE Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav el are in Lexington for a short visit Mrs Sallie B Welsh is in Richmond with her daughter Mrs Sam Detherage Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnMiss Mayme Ballard is expected home this week after visit to Indiana The regular services will be held at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night Mr Letcher Saunders and family Nicholasville spent Sunday with and Mrs W Glass Mr Parker a splendid artist who been here for sometime moved car to your city on Tuesday last Messers Horace and Guy Easley who are attending school at Berea are expected home to spend Easter Mr Geiger and wife of Lancaster and Mr Cotton and wife of Danville weregueests of Mr Jas Burnside last week Mr Fayette Brooks of Lexington is visiting relatives here and says work will begin on our new pike as soon as the weather permits Dr Durnam and Mr Walker Burnside have purchased of Mr A T Scott his stock of drugs and moved them to the store room of Mulllns and Noe and opened up a new complete drug Mr Wesley Farles visited hisdaughter Miss kate who is attending school in Harrodsburg Sunday j I ItoI I I bought- of I Erank subject I tuckv Lancaster the benefit- of attend center i Loyalty commendable I are H ehim It I I isalmost W rr rn rn 11 ij Ij fI fI ashort off r hasI I 1 Mr I I I I I store 4 p sa Got Ready for Spring Our Spring lines of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods is now complete We are now ready and will take pleasure in showing you through our Summer stock We have the swellest line of ever displayed in Lancaster High grade merchandise at low prices We have all the latest novelties in clothing all the latest novelties in Ladies and Gents fine footwear all the latest novelties in hat all the latest novel ties in furnishing goods We are better prepared in every department this season then we have ever been and if you will only give us a litte of your time we will convince you that we can dress you better and cheaper than anybody in Central Kentucky We are going to start the ball to rolling this season with some of the greatest values ever offered to the people of Lancaster Will start in our furnishing goods department all of our Mens shirts worth 1 00 1 25 and I 50 you can buy for 83c CASH We handle none but the very best brandy of shirts The Cluett The Monarch The Ferguson flc Kinney Shirt There are no better shirts made than the above named if there was we assuredly have them in our stocK We can show you a line of patterns representing the very newest shades See our shirt win dow We positively have the best 50c shirt in the world you with us when you see it Neck Wear Well I Should Say Our stock is simply immense Men of taste will te pleased with our display of new Spring Neckwear the are various and numerous choice of silks in new fancies that are the rage of the hour we take great pride in our neckwear department Swell dressers always come here for late ideas and they always find them Our 50 and 75c neckwear you can buy for 30c cash Our 25 and 35c neckwear you can buy for 21c cash We handle the famous IT and I lour ply linen collars worth 15c each you can buy them for 9c each for cash we have the goods this season and above all we have the and we are going to do the business SHE IF AVE DONT H T LOGAN r Clothing Hats and Goods wouldmost willagree sty les selection Shoes Furnishingr beautiful prices mm n Containing 42 pieces each to be GIVEN AWAY Chairs and other ar ticles to be given as PREMIUMS With every lOc purchase you are entitled to a Rebate Stamp redeema ble at our store in premiums Save the stamps and get and useful i FREE OF CHARGE Our extensive line of t I somethingnice f 1 i have been received this week All we ask is that you look at them We know you will buy far the I Styles Quality and Prices Right I Spring GOOds 11 1 are The LOGANDRY0000S6o1 4 BUGGIES Fine car load to select from finest line ever in Lancaster One hun dred sets of fine HARNESS in stock We will save you from Two to Four Dollars on a Set See us No trouble to show goods RomansElmore SALT Car fresh salt just received We Have it in 7 bushel barrels 5 bushel barrels and 2 bushel sacks SEED All kinds of field seed COAL Best grades of COAL FEED Hay Oats Corn Chop Etc FLOURBallard and Ballards Obelisk in barrels and half barrels Prompt service Telephone 26 BANKS HUDSON EASTER BUGGIES i JX ffJtffff Mfffj lffig lJ60fm L tS II I I r G I JrlJi WffiffJlJYlilljX XJifffjf tit utiu AItA I luwr UI 1 I I I I I 1 i N MIll uyu uu 1- p w yr C W y y j A E o l t r r l i- 1 I Bug Harness Buggy Dusters Buggy Whips UXOIJNT fc ELFIN E L Woods W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED We offer you fair treat CAPITAL 1600000 ment with every accom SURPLUS 600000 that is j consistent with BL ARNOLD JS BURROWS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance LEWIS Y LEAVELL JJ WALKER Prest The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fs SURPLUS BtF HUDSON Casbier W O RIGNBY Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I I modation M COY R G GUYN I WOODSBanking I e I r I rest Cashier- S ORGANIZED So Jlo s I Ass CASTORIAfor Tli You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of oKiM Q B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office ever Stonne drug store fir WmHerndon Hwfn ebrOad Ir CENTRAL leaiued flcekli One J ear LOUIS Entered u Poet Office in Lancaster Ky at Matt Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster hy April 13 1906 Next Sunday will be Easter or the anniversary of the ressurrectlon of our Savior The formal institution of this festival dates back to A D 68 and is observed by all Christendom as the most sacred and halowed event that has been observed and celebrated since time was defined as a speck in limitless eternity The infinite im portanceof the rising of Jesus from tile dead is manifested in the fact that the day superseded the keeping of Saturday as a day of rest and every lirst day of the week became a Resurrection Festival The special ob servance at this season is eminently appropriate as all nature is rising from the dead since the frozen embrace of winter and the shroud of snow has been removed by the warmth of the ays of the great orb of day which is analogous to the soulinspiring grace of our Lord and the lifegiving love of Jehovah We sue God in nature as in revelation in the stars and in the verdant rube of nature which springs from the invisible germ of the seed as in the resurrected bodysprlnglng from the intangible and invisible germ of spiritual existence which resides in the body as the germ in the grain The analogy is beautiful and complete and the resurrection of the body is no more a miracle than the growth of corn from the seed which rots in the soil before the growth begins The coming of Easter should strengthen our fiith renew our hopes and us to prepare our souls for the association of angels a necessary to the enjoyment of eternal happiness A soul steeped in sin could not enjoy Heaven even if it were per mitted to enter there The spirit must gravitate towards God as the pebble is drawn to the earth and there must be a fitness or likeness in kind in both cases Let us profit by this event and as we partake of the emblems which represent the body of our Savioi let us realize the fact that the simplic itv of the loaf and the cup manifests divinity for had it been to rate a human hero the chiseled mar Lie would have been raised toward the stars Let us subordinate every t event to one upon which 5 rests our permanent and eternal hap piness The rise dud fall of empires the destruction of mighty armies the birth and death of earthly potentates should all sink into insigniticnrce when compared with the event which alone can comfort the soul here and insure permanent happiness in this issue of The Record will found the formal of Judge John W Hughes of Mercer for Congress to succeed Hon Geo G Gilbert Judge Hughes is one of the bestknown Democrats in Kentucky having been on the stump in even battle doing all he could for his party lie is a farmer and a very successful one and is one of the bestposted men in this section He is in every way qualified for the place and hIs friends say he is in the race to win The Harrodsburg Democrat says John Hughes has the qualifications the capacity and the temperament to makea F worthy representative of the Eighth district He has been for twenty one of the most loyal and fighting Democrats in the district His means his time and his talents have always been freely given to the par tys cause On the stump in the and at polls he has worked for party victory It is entirely within the bounds of truth to say that Judge llughas has traveled more miles and made more speeches for the par tys nominees than any one man in the district If loyalty and long have any call to preferment he has earned and deserves promotion manyfriends goodIgeneral of the troops This is a place which should be tilled by a man who has had experience in military matters A figure head has no business with this office as matters may arise at requiring the active service of the State Guard and to place the same on duty under an inexperienced commander would be a great piece of foolishness Maj Lillard has been connected with the service for many years is a man of good judgement and should by all means be given k charge of the troops The distinction given to a man a large sum from a bank for calling him misappropriates of and dubbing the culprit who steals a few dollars a thief is unjust The former ought to be called a thief and tile latter be given a less ignomin ious name Embezzler the big thief Is sometime called or a defaulter Would not the common title applied to the big thief serve somewhat to rob his stealings of the glamour the high sounding term Dr Buckley of the Methodist church objects to the requirement In the new order of worship that should kneel at once after taking their In church He says this was adopted out of deference to the custom of the Methodist Episcopal irs e rs r 7VOh RECOHD LANDRAM l and i i r F L f induce condition r i com memo thisthei1 hereafter t councils faithfully service II arty time stealing Instance I surrounding I pe rsOD s requirement i A a D i1a pet the Second Ctare announcement- S ye devo ra funds y a 3 jab of kv of a a Mirdi Noith The doctors dbjctIs in o my made m of delnnte those vln wear csiy govvns and newlycreased trousers Quite a number of the newspapers in the state have been making extensive improvements in the way of new dresses of enlarged forms etc This sign of prosperity upon the part of some of the boys is very gratifying to their brother editors The latest paper to don a new dress is the Carlisle Mercury Kellers good publica tion Alexander Dowie who bilked many people on the gag that he was FIt II has incurred the displeasure his followers and kicked out of Ills Heaven established near Chicago Dowie made money out of the fake and now those who were bilked will have to look about for some other fake upon which to waste their time and means Charley Cruise editor of the Kentuc Elk hints that editor Vernon Richardson of the Danville News is figuring on getting married Ilich denies the report The Record will say this much that if any girl is thinking taking a boy to raise she could not possibly do better than to adopt the hustling clever Danville lad At Ekron Ky the other night swell society Held a measuring party prize being liven to the woman with the largest foot the man with the longest nose etc Had a prize been offered for the woman with the tongue the judge would have had proposition sure enough Several laws for the betterment of the State Guard were enacted by the recent session of the legislature This was a wise step While the organiza Lion is rather expensive yet it is like a pistol or a fulldress in the way until needed but must be forthcoming wlen needed An Indiana woman is suing her fatherinlaw for alienating her affections The defendan- tsr won his bride by beating out his rival for her hand in a foot race This is not the first case of the father get trig into trouble by reason of a sons rapid pace With seventeen of the best editors in the eighth congressional district lined up at Danville Saturday it sure ly did look like much good will be by the recently organized league This means not only better things for the paper man but better papers for the subscribers Over 11000 immigrants landed in New York one day last week If this thing keeps up much longer we Amer icans will forced to take a cot in the hall in order to accommodate the visitors The time for putting up the bars anived some time ago Some professor with an nouncable name predicts that time will come when there will not water enough remaining on this globe to support human life That bad but it will not bother we Presby terians and Kentuckians very much Because of the mild winter some wise ones are predicting more than an abundance of mosquitoes this season As the crop of bald headed men is un usually large and the openwork stock ing will be in style there is no dan ger of the little pests starving to death the bighearted editor of the Shelbville Record says hence forth campaign managers who take large sums frum life insurance compa will know enough toacknowlcdge their receipt by telephone and not by later The good county of Shelby is out of debt and has tenthousand dollars in her inside pocket We presume she now feels like the small boy with a nickle in a candy to buy something but dont know what to se lect The construction of interurfan lines leading hither from the various points of the compass is lagging seemingly without cause Nothing will help Kentucky more than such lines Wing the rich fields all about us The Stanford Journal gives the straight tip that Judge M C Saufley will not make the race for Congress The spring poet and the fish liar wll soon in their glory What a Pity they arrive at the same time An ofgangrinder showed Dae ville the other day and the Advocate raised the cry of Spring Devils Island Torture is no worse than the case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was to apply Bucklens Arnica and less than a cured me writes L S Napier Rugles Ky Heals wounds Burns and Sores like a magic 25c at E E McRoberts drug gist im An eloquent prayer dosent get any higher than the kind Three in a game pf love makes itmore Interesting than satisfactory J A Lucky Postmistress Is Mrs Alexander of Gary 1 has found Dr Rings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bow ells In perfect order Youll agree her if you try these painless pu riflers that Infuse new life Guaran by R E McRoberts druggist Price 25c im I o a rc Iii type I longest suitalways husbands accomplished bee Ed Shinuick lilies storewants tar b advised bnxpermanently c Green good r unpr th apes Sal other Mew with teed y A z o Yf pping AT THE BEGINNING APRIL 7th Wholesale and retail Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Carpets Matting Oil Cloths Druggets Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades Trunks Valises Suit Cases Nice Jewelry Musical Instruments Everything new and UpToDate Naw BLUE FRON I V JJV f r operj s We have got the goods to suit you in any style price and to suit anybodys pocketbook Yc sell for cash and trade for produce ISo credit because we buy for cash and buy right so we sell you right and ask you small profit are the best buyers in the state We can fit up a man from head to foot from 498 up to 25 Boys and children in proportion andany Ve ran Evarything at reduced cheaper than anybody in the state Come in and examine our goods and prices and be convinced You will find the finest and largest selection in everything New goods arriving daily Yours for bargains The Blue Front Sweeneys old stand H PATTERSON Prop WHOLESALE or RETAIL THE WORKING MANS FRIEND Lancaster Kentucky prices EASTER HATS The showings of Easter jyiillinn Quantities of lowers A good showing of Large Buckles of shell etc Lots of laces including the new Princess A touch of Gold and Silver Neapolitan and Silk Braids Wings and large broad QuillsPlenty of Ribbon in Satins Taffetas and Velvet Hats in fabrics Chips Peddles Leghorns Hair etc Rose Sepphire Violets Reds Greens Leath er Browns etc We extend a cordial invita lion to everyone to call and examine the stock Ada M Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street Pnoxu ISO A Most Cordial INVITATION is extended the Ladies to call and see our feovely Easter We have the most Beauti fill Creations the Prettiest Patterns the most We will appreciate a call Hiss Bottle Public Sale sold my farm 1 will on Wednesday April 18th on the about Ji miles South or Bryants ville sell to the highest bidder the following Six work horses 2 year old filly 1 mare mule colt 21 head of cattle Including 6 steers cows and calves 1 sow el ht Also lot of farming implements of all kinds wagons etc Will also Hell 60 barrels of corn in crib12 horse threasher engine 1 half circle baler and meat of 15 hogs Sale tiepins at one oclock p m Terms made known on day of sale It H Henry Kuhlman rl 11 i I I Ostrich- s I I IplainerI I IColorsVieux I I I I LOOOOOOoOoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOf OOC OOOOC 2 illiner9jl I2 I rn I I 1 R Oo o 0004000000T10000000600 fore e iS S rod as es Y The approach of Spring suggests House LINE this yea- rS THE BESTGET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Store Lime and Cement The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO 1 R DENNY Pr Meat JOHN E STORMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes S C Denney fIDnll1i1IJ1i IDitJ filJ t liJiLliJi1 Ii Painting II i r- f 0 IDrug JJijIilJBJg1JOO I I493 I Vice Preet J E3x i x j- OUR l StormcsC KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all Jesse DWearen Solicits a share of the patron of the property owners in Lancaster Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be Insurance against Fire lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep ier Kentucky Gsdmeg KingsNew I PriceFOR TROUBLES r LaJr 11IS1ifallcl pg possible a x 3 Experiencein ft Millinery Business 1 has taught what to se M lect to suit the please the people and have a better selection this Spring than ever before If SilUE D TILLET I lOUR 10Wide Ve thinkwe I 4 0d4Q pp- p p its Shave k r L V Y C Gossip About People N N X A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mrs M L Anderson of Louisville is visiting here Miss Cotton of Danville is visiting Miss Lena Rlgney Mrs John Francis and baby left this week for Stanford to reside Misses Rella and Allie Arnold have been visiting in Danville Mrs Eizi Ballard of Bryantsville was the nest of Mis John Ballard MrJ II Btughman baby of Danville were visitors here Saturday Miss Annie Francis entertained the Embroidery Cluo Thursday afternoon Mr aid Mrs II M have returnd from a visit to relatives in Stanford Messrs William Gregory and Harry Tomlinson have gone to North Dako Dunlap of Lexingtonwas the guest of her aunt M rs R A Burn side Doty spent the past I wife and B tilou tat Miss Gem Miss ltdttie i t I week with Westof Hyatts yule Messes Sallie and Mattie Elkin were visitors of Mrs J S Baughman the past weekMrs Ed Price and Miss Lucy Francis short visit to Danville the past week John Magee were with relatives at Crab Orchard the past week Mrs Nannie Evans Boling of Junc tion City has been visiting Mr George EvansMr Collier of Memphis is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James CollierMr David Ross and daughter Mrs Sallie Lawson are visiting relatives in Indiana Mrs J M Logan has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J P Sandifer of CovingtonMesdames J F Robinson and B D Herndon were visitors in Louisville the past week Mrs Banks Hudson has been visit iting her mother Mis Alexander Ken nedy of Lexington Mrs Jacob Joseph is in Eton Ohio where she attended the wedding other sister Miss Ada Fox Miss Altie Marksbury has returned I made a I Mr1nd Mrs Miss Bettie from Several months visit to ner slater Mrs Rice of Louisville Saturdays Louisville Times contain ed a handsome picture of our best friend Master Joseph Ballou Misses Ethel Dunn Mamie Bastin Bettie West will spend the Easter Holidays with their home folks Mrs Rice and baby of Rich mond are guests of Mesdames Carrie and Guy Davidson Danville avenue Mlddlesborough C M Reid who has been very ill with pheu monia for several days is very much improved and is out of danger Hon Wood G Dunlap of Lexington spent Sunday with Lancaster relatives lIe is now manager of the Old Tarr Distillery one of tile largest and best in the state Louisville S Rubin son and Mrs Mattie Herndon two of Laucasters most charming young ma trons are the guests of Mrs JW Flow ers at 1707 Coral avenue Miss Marie Grifliin of Lexington was married this week to Mr E B Bourland of St Joseph Mo The bride Is the daughter of James W Griffin formally of this City and is well known here Louisville Ti mes Mrs Sara E Mil the engagement of hi r daugnter Miss Altha Miller to Mr A H Z T RecordMrs I TimesMrsJ lerannounced Announcement I take great pleasure in announcing to my old friends and patrons that 1 have again entered the mercantile business having purchased the stock of Carpets its of Hamilton Dunlap The stock will be added to and we will have everything in the Furniture and Car pet line and the goods will be sold Prices Always Right We have the best quality of goods and will make it to your interest to see us when in need of anything in our line J G Robinson J B COLLIER Salesman IW1 jI- sl III- I I III- I I ti III 1- r Illi Iii r III I II 11I I I I III- I I III III IIII I I I III II 1111 II II IIIIIII I I 111 l AA I I 5 Q III- CyI Furnure l If y r g i flatI I L iii 1 SHIELD CLOTHING MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS The most economical to buy because they are batter made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar V For sale by H BATSON LANCASTER l IELD BII4 J S- WiLL WiLL jt 4 V 1 Prices r Herschel Wingo of Texas The wed ding will take place in the early No arrangements for the wed ding have been yet made MrO T Wallace and Will have returned from a visit in Florida much improved in health The most obliging polite and prom pt telephone operator in Central is Miss Lizzie Leigh who has charge of the switchboards in the local exchange If the public only knew one tenth of the trouble and annoy ance telephone opera tors are forced to undergo a lot of allowance would be made for them The local company is to be congratulate upon securing the present operator Richmond Climax Miss Mary E Lear of Paint Lick who Is entered in the Courier Journal Trip to Europe contest was here several days last week Miss Lear has a large number of friends in Richmond and Madison county who are throughly interested in her candidacy and all are watching with much intrest the vote of the District in which so far has been the most exciting contest PAINT LICK Miss Eliza Rucker visited friends in Lancaster Friday Mr and Mrs Jack Adams of Lancas ter visited Sunday- A B Estridge is on a business trip in the mountians this week- J B Parks and daughter Miss Jen nie were visitors here Monday Rev Huson preached to a large aud ience at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and evening Mr and Mrs E X Norris of Rich mond were the guests of Mrs Pattie Engleiiian this week Mrs Minnie Jennings and Mattie Ely will have their millinery opening next Saturday the 1tth The pie social given by the Chris tian Endeavor society was largely at tended and quite a success Mr James Farris visited Charlie Graves up in the section from Saturday until Monday Sunday School here is progress ing nicely Mrs Siler began school at Pleasant Hill Monday Several from here attended court at Stanford Monday Mr Lamb has gone for a few day visit to County Rev T S Colcman of Danville visist ed Mr and Mrs Am Bourne Monday Mr and Mrs B F Sntton visited Mr James Sutton at Marksbury Sunday Bettis bought a mare and two sows and pigs from some Danville partiesWe to give up our blacksmith Mr Watkins who has moved to Lancaster Birdie Abby and Euginia Bourne visited Mr and Mrs Kinnaird Bourne at Hubble the latter part of last week Mortgage On Heaven An exchange in speaking of a de ceased citizen says We knew him as old ten per more he made the less he more he got the more he dead we dont know where he if his soul to heaven was sent hell own the harps and charge em rent Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that statelite but not tor human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure headache Bil iousness Malaria Chilis and Fever Jauudice Dyspepsia Dizzmesss Tor pid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Un equaled as general Tonic and Appe tiser for weak persons and especially for the aged Fully guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist Price only oOc 1m Calladium Canna Bulbs and Potted Plants for sale at Hamilton Dunlaps store Orders for Cut Flowers a Mrs Chaires Walter 3 16tf summer son Sixteenth Flatwood TIle W S Sue centthe spentthe lenthes wentbut I specialty Kentucky here BET 1IS- i friends inJacksut Misses S ate authorized to cnftouuco JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as a can j diiltite to represent the Eighth Congressional Dlttrict of Kentucky In Cognrc to sncce l lion G G Gilbert subject tu till action of the Democratic party I fi That Wise Old City Montgomery Ala was delighted with the performance of the Schubert Symphono Club and Lady Quarctte on February 16th 07 and from the col lection of testimonials from the most excellent of people we clip the follow dog from that sterling gentleman and scholar Rev Dr W Dudley Pows Rec fe- tor of St Johns Chapel Your enter tainment was very satisfactory to all Q who saw it and has revived warm com Q all to whom I have spoken I regard it as a relined ar g tistic and pleasant entertainment g To me your company gave exceptional pleasure and I shall always be glad to give any word of commendation that Q may be of service to you The best people are always the best pleased with the Schuberts Your last h chance to hear them here is at the Court House on April 10 190C Watch For Him Papers in Central Kentucky tell of a new and very clever swindle that is being operated by a man who is about the country representing him self as an expert rep lirer of sewing machines Housewives in Lancaster and vicinity are hereby warned to be on the lookout lIe asks to examine the machine and while doing so takes out good pieces and inserts broken parts and calls the ladies attention to It then slyly replaces the good piece he has removed and charges exorbi tant prices for his work He is one of the smoothest swindlers tint ever came down the pike Caught Cold While Hunting a Burg bar Mr Win Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable at Chapleau Ontario says Icauuhtii severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy I tried it and after using two bottles I was completely cured This remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favor ite wherever its superior become known For sale by R E Mc Roberts the reliable druggest at Lan FLATWOO Sylvanus Ward bought a cow from Joe Miller for 82500 Green Morgan bought hogs from Jim Cooley at 51 Ib W II Furr bought one load of corn from Sylvainis Ward at 2 J C Leave of N Y bought a house aud lot containing six and a half acres from W II Furr for SUJOOO- Mr JD Wardof Biileys Switch has has been visiting his children Mrs Ab bey Eam and Sylvanus Warn for the past week The Death Angel visited the home of Squire Parsons on Sunday the 2st day of April claiming his own their oldest daughter Mrs Hammonds She leaves a husband and an infant child to feel tie loss of wife and mother besides father mother brothers and sisters as well as a host of friends to mourn her loss Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe I winter weather both my wile and contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S E lcston of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head i up eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever t We began using Chamberlains Cough i Remedy aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlains Stomach j and Liver Tablets and by its libera use soon knocked out the grip Sold by R E McRoberts the reliable dr ug j gist at Lancaster 1m t- In Memory Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not is the i Kingdom of Heaven On Saturday t night Mar 31st the angel of death 1 threw its shadowy wings over the home of Mr and Mrs Jake White and called their darling little baby John Harlan White to leave this earthly t of gloom and sorrow and enter the A realms of perfect bliss This little dar ling was only loaned to Mama and Papa three short months just long enough to fulfill tho mission God intended They loved this precious gift but God always takes from his lower bed the purest and sweetest 11 jwer which was budded on earth to bloom in Heaven Then why weep for him for he wait j at of Heaven with becon hands to greet the coming of Mama Papa and little sister You can only wonder at the Providences and L mysteries of Gtd but we believe you bow in humble submission to Him who dqeth all things well Auntie Human Blood Marks A tale horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky lIe writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have re mained well every since It cures Hemornages Cnronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known cure Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by R E McRoberts and 100 Trial bottle 1m FOR NGRESS C Q I B I pliments from Q going d I M r It L ILet tie I I for such abode I J theportals InK I n I Ibe- gan II tu lie a exceleece has caster lot 4 cts per myself stopped for Druggist free 1 Ui y ate Yes we are sole agents for the famous Woolson Spice Co line of Coffees prices ranging from 156 to 356 per pound guarantee this coffee to far exceed any other line in town Call and let us show you or phone 20 L 0 DfWIDSON REPAIRING We use the Best Rubber on the market A full line of New Buggies etc on hand at astonishing low prices Give us a call Our line of Druggist Sundries is complere in every detail Fountain Syringes Bulb Syrings Hot Water Bottles Bath Brushes Hair Brushes Tooth and Nail Brushes CliamDLs SpDnges Soaps Perfumes Face and powder Bring us your prescriptions every thing for the sick room FRISBJES DRUG STORE INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD will prevent disease and improve the General Health of your Herds Buy it now at McRoberts Drug Store jj If you buy ICE of L H MULLFINGER you can get a reduction by buying ice tickets We carry a full line of Groceries and Vegetables and an uptodate line of Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds and our prices are the lowest L MULLFINCER J rf1IL llfQltf0 Lofffl I II Ve I JJl flJffg JffJifflL fif1l l0YffJJ1ffiljj i jfffffiLffjW urn nrnrrn1 nr nrrnrnrnr trnrnrtrnrn Buggy Painting I and a I 3 BroslUAUU lUU UUUlUUUnuu I Talcum RA COOO OOOOOOO II I I M JIIWIII lCE lCEIIII I I I i- ri COFFEECoffoe 0 I r rr OOOOOOOOOO ooooooooo M 1 O DloP nfor Assimilating theFoodandileguta ting the Promotes Di estionCheerru- 1nessandRestContalns neither OpJUmMorpbine nor IOldIrsiMTlE1PJ1rIJEll tljAnin Std iIr fUlIdciI IfJIS for Conslipa ion Sour Worms Convulsionsfeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signalure ot NEW YORl 5- Atbm9nths old DOSE 3jCr TS COPYOT WRAPPERS M w NIp- fltIhftIft Ilft 4 I0T NARCOTIC J4frJ nn- aRalkSJb EXACT REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KV AT Close of Business April 6 1906 Loans find discounts J15137 fl Overdraft secured and unsecured itt v Bonds to secure circulation 50100 00- londs securities etc IJOO 00 Jlankinghouse furniture and fixtures line from National Hanks not lie serve Accntsi I Pile from State Hanks and Hankers 12 Due from approved reserve agents S5X10 H Checks ami other cash Items 271 lii Notes of other National Hanks 210 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents a 08 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE Is RANK viz Specie it r7 notes VJf I r 00 Redemption fund with U S Tress urer f per cent of circulation SJiOO 00 Capital stock paid In 1000000 fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes e KV 29 National llauk notes outstanding 49500 00 50DueIndividual deposits subject to check 1S38JS tLiabilities other those above stated TOTAL j STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th lay of April IJOG L Y LKAVEIL J S JOHNSON Directors JJWALKEK J 0 H OF THE No 2888 RESOURCES U S 5000 00 7 I j I TOT I jio17 10 I II MI7 PublicCORkEcTAttest r i LIABILITIES R I t For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always BouGht Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE ceNTau COMPANY ftCW YO CITY CASTOR1A U REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT The Close of Business Apr 61906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts J131V29 SO Overdrafts secured and unsecured COS U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bondf securities etc 2715102 fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Bauks uot reserve agents 144 Due from State Banks and hankers 00 flue from approved reserve agents 75 Checks and other cash items 147 OJ Notes of other National Ranks 1M 00 Fractional paperciirrencyniekelscts 111 LAWFUL MOsEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 7010 00 Legaltender notes 7000 00 11010 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulation 2500 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid iu fund Undivided profits less expenses and 11194 NatlonalBauk Notes Outstanding 50rOO 00 Due to Other Bants 45S ill Due to State Banks and Bankers 141 89 Individual deposits subject to check 190028 Certified checks I S C DENNY Cashier of the named batik do solemnly swear that the statement is true to best of my and belief S C DENNY Gushier Subscribed and to before this day of April 190G J HKINNIID Notary Public Commission expires Feb 5th 1910 CORRECT Attest ALEX R DENNY Jro E Director A C ROBINSON J nj c o No 11J3 110 49 TotaL f3li6J roooo Total llIiI2 f 3TATEoF KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARDSS sworn lit STORIES OF TilE i and 2 1001 taxes uaid 0 al aljove knowl lot CLA7 KING 2964 Record 227 34Sire of Dick Wilson 2 OS The Malise C 217Tom Pliair Nellie Bruce 21W Clay Wilkes SrtHiDaisey M The Guard 2ri The Raven 220 Justin M 2 Dorado 227 and eight others with records of betterthan 30 all trotters but Dick Viisou pacer Sy King Clay S94 Sire of Miss Lido 210 Marble 214 Claymore 217Eola 219iKlngbrIuo22o Doc 22ii Edgar 2s8i Queen etc 1 datn Amy 22011 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King 227J and erauddam of Volo Maid 2131 4 Sire of 8t Julian211 14 St Patrick 214 33 oihere sons have sired 175 andlaughters have produced Dick 2124 Strongwood 212ietc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletonia 10 Dam of Amy2 2 and Wildair sire of 2 Sire of Happy Medium Harold etcy dam Jenny by Young Bacchus King 5ui of Clay King is a son of Harry Clay45 Modesty 2 rJ by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Wells Stardam of 2S1J by American Star 14 3 dam by Em mOlls Duroc CLAY KING is a hrown horse lof hands high weighs 1150 pounds sound has extreme style and action and is a sure foal getter O C Harris of Lexington sold a team of mares by Clay King last year for 7000 00 King with kind of stud opportunities wouldtoday be In the first fight of successful of extreme speed stud career is practicallyjust begun there is not a the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what hasnever done by the produce of any theyhave seen his step quarters 3514 second thensell for startling prices have seen his older representatires as much speed gameness and genuine race horsequalities as those of any ever quartered In Kentucky will make the season of 190C atsale stable of W B Burton in Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTSto insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to secure the payment of the season All care will be taken toprevent accidents to stock entrusted to our care but shouldany occur we will not be responsible for the same W B BURTON Lancaster Kentucky APRILT- he wind bloweth where it listeth most prevalent in the period now approaching A wind stom may J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 I King 210 217 1 2t Clay 2J iGOY I Of sire ofS Wlimar 14 George Wilkes Electioneer I o I I allpartscarriedThis Bastin r t 4s 214 20 14 229 and asasod I FREE C See Pug Ties the Ice man tf Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins Save your money buy Neverwett Rooting John Magee We start it others follow tf Currey Herndon Watch the big Soap deal at Currey Herndon tf Toilet Articles of every discription at Frisbies Drug How would you like to be the Im it Pug Elkin tf Just recieved a car load of Buggies see us for prices Haselden Bros 3t Ice Ice Ice Having contracted with Stanford Light and Ice Co to handle their ice I am prepared to furnish the best ice at as low price as anyone See me before making your contract for the summer as I will save you money 2t H B Nortbcott For Sale A fullblooded Jersey cow with calf a week old aud a good milker Call on 0 T Wallace Point Leavel Ky Business Items A nice lot of two feet boards on hand John Magee See my prices before yon buy your finishing lumber Doors Sash ete John Magee Now is the time to set White eggs for next winterlayers 3t Walton Moss We have a Car of Spring Beauties In the way of Buggies 31 Ilaselden Bros This summer when you get warm call up Pug Elkin lIes the ice map No 29 tf We will pav more for country pro duce in cash or trade than else Currey Herndon tf The Sure Hach Incubator surely does hatch chickens AVe guarantee that Walton Moss If you want your hens to lay more feed them Inter National Poultry food Currey Herndon tf wear including Gausc Hemphill West Remember for Buggies and Harness that Haselden Bros have the goods and prices that cant be beat 3t Haselden Bros For chapped hands face or Frisbies Almond Cream It pos itively cure them Price 15cts tf Frisbies Drugstore Hornless red heifer Left my place on Lexington pike about Feb 1 Five dollars reward for return Wm Lear tf See the handsome watches and clocks just opened at Morrow McRoberts No better or handsomer stock ever brought to Central Kentucky Currey Herndon distrioutors of fancy groceries and delicacies corapetirion Currey Herndon We sell Blankes coffee that made coffee drinking a fad at Worlds tf Currey Herndon Just Received lot sewing machine oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Newest and latest styles in Box Tablets and envelops Handsomest line of cut ever brought to Central Kentucky just 0 pened at Morrow tf We sell first class at inferior prices not inferior goods at first class prices Currey Herndon tf Just Riceived New lot of instrument strings Best made Thompson the tf The finest line of Perfume ever Corn Crushed Bring in your corn it crushed for feed Hudson Take your prescriptions to FrisbiesDrug Store he uses nothing but thevery finest drugs ob tainable 1 9 vtr Coal Your orders for coal will haveprompt attention and be appreciated sent to Banks Hudson tf The leading represented by Ed C flowers ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Salt We have sat in 7 bushel barrels bushel barrels and 2 sacks It Banks Hudson About ten or twentyfive acres of good grass land grazing for this Neverwett Roofing will last you Magee 9t The Council has put the lid on andwe have knocked the bottom out of high prices W H Ward 2b Notice to the Public We want your trade and in order toget it we propose to give you more for your produce than one else All we ask is to give us a call and be convinced Currey Herndon The Baptist Ladies Aid hasengaged Dr T T Eaton of Louisvilleto deliver one of his popular lectureshere evening April 27th Hissubject will Kin tf Another shipment ofVThe Barker Brand all Collars abd Wilson Bros Shirts just received ill the new styles and patterns 2t West fy sh g 6 10 Sto Iceman 2t Leghorn anyone it Everything new in summerunder BalbfJ nan Nainsook and Silk come and see it 2t use Lost Cow fair- e re hand Paper Drug Store r DrugStore andget s n florist bush Ie 1 Wanted Applypersquare Hem III 83 I nOw Sc I lips d iSt neee lies Frb ics furn any I i I if Easier Display We will have an Easter display ol Handsome Millinery- on Saturday April 14 Come see the Prettiest Hats ever brought to Lancaster ida D KlnnaiicL No Appropriation Dispatches from Washington say no appropriation for the Kentucky River will be made by the present Congres A considarable sum from a former remains unexpended howe er and this may be used in rebuilding the lock at Ford Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable- A happy home is the most valuable posession that is within reach of man kind butyou cannot enjoy its comforts you are suffering from rheumatism business cares when you enter your home and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also hy applying Chamberlanis Pain Balm One application will give you relief and its contnued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m All kinas of whitewash brushes Wards I sell ice tickets at reduced rates tf Pug Elkin Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Bros I will pay 13 cts per dozen for eggs week in merchandise W H Ward Call up Pug Elkin at 29 he always has cold tf Pug Elkin sizes Varnish and oils at lowest prices Frisbies Drugstore Dont fail to see our line of before they have been picked over Hemphill and West 2t If you want to see tall hustling just ring up 181 and see how quickly we can deliver your order for anything in the grocery line Curry Herndon tt House Paint Haselden Bros To save money on Harness see Haselden Bros Garden hoes at cost at Wards cery Jt I have the coldest Ice on market tf Pug Elkin Fresh line of cakes just opened at Wards Grocery There is but one Ruberoid Roofing We sell it Haselden Bros I have secured the services of Mr Jas T Fisher one of the best in the state and am prepared to till physicians prescriptions promptly and accurately Bring prescriptions Jas II Dunn the Paint Lick druggist 2t For Sale The home of the late Mrs Susan streetThehalt acres with a good two story house containing 8 rooms also large garden barn and barn lot For particulars write or apply to C W or F P Frisbie For a limited time we offer for spot cash only as follows Four balls star potash 25 cts 8 packages A H Soda 25 cts two cans 3 Ib table peaches pears or apricots 25 cts ten bars Lenox soap 25 cts arbuckles coffee 15 cts cash paid for produce 2t C D Powell Co The Best Flour I have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the many ex celling qualities of this Flour I have it in barrels Frank B Marksbury Flower Sale The Baptist Ladies Aid Society have a at the store of C D Powell on April 14th and continuing several A splendid assortment will be on hand and you buy them at very reasonable prices Remember the date tf and on at times which I sell cheap I also pay market price for Corn Hay and Bacon See ms before you sell I will make it profitable to you I want your business also your company when intown Phone 140 A Jones tf Farm for Sale A good farm of 170 acres in one tract and 100 unimproved in another The 170 acre tract lays on Lexington pike well improved with of Both farms are welt fenced For f er particulars call on or address Tom Herring Marksbury Ky For Rent for This Year Three lots of grass land one of 29 acres lying next to pike plenty of and good fencing Another piece of 35 acres lying off the pike Also 12 acres the 35 acres which can be rented with it tf IkeM Myers Lancaster Ky White Leghorns Exclusively Do you want If so get a startof White Leghorns The grearest ers yet produced have been bred for heavey laying fur 12 years Eggs 15 for 50 cents 35 for 100 100 and over 2 cents each Walton Moss incubatortheImay Lancaster Ky I rill uff JJL IV I CongresS You throw aside at G ro Window Paint Putty Neck- Ties druggists tJ u Notice CoalSaltCornHay water and all necessary out w ter adjoining J tit 7 I rice ships nbuildi iiii liii SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble ifits not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAKD CIKCUIT Sarah Jane Taylor t PllTs vs Armstrong c By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 190G in the above styled case 1 as Master Commissioner of said Court will on MONDAY APRIL 23rd IflOfi it being County Court at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard Co Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following two lots or parcels of land situated in the town of Bryantsville Garrard County Ky and bounded as follows No I be ginning at the South East corner of II S iMarrett Lot thence with said Mar rett line West to a stone thence Nortli to Ilarrodsburg Road thence West with the said Road to the line dfSmith thence South with said line to James N Philips the property owned by said Philips his corner thence Eist with salt line to the Ilarrodsburg toad thence North with said Road to the beginning No 2 on tile Westside of the road leading from Lancaster to Lexington and bounded as follows on the East by the old Ilickman Road on the North by the Ilarrodsburg Road on the South West by the Lots of Thomas C Armstrong supposed contain about i of an acre Said two tracts will be sold separate TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of C and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of equal with good security to the undersigned Master Com missioner for said purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase money J M raster Commissioner Garrard Court This April 4th 1006 R II Tomlinson Atty for Plff Commissioners Stile of Land GAKKAKD CIRCUIT McWhorter Estridge Plff vs Willie Merritt c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1800 in the above styled case I as Master Commissionej of said court will on MONDAY APRIL 23rd 1106 it beingCourt day at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Kv sell to the highest and bidder the following described real property in Garrard Ky in the village of Lowell known as the old residence of William MerrittSrdeceas ed and is bounded as follows at a line of L N thence with line of G M Tread way lie of Gran Lackey and with his line to line of Bob Leavell to L N Railroad Company line and with their line to the beginning containing about five acres more or This sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 122 00 which is debt interest and cost approxi niately to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atty for Pill ThisApril 4th 1906 Duke of Garrard Dark combined stallion 15 hands high 4 yearsold heavy mane and t Il He will make season 1906 at my stable at Sic Cre riat 8 to Insure a Living Colt Garrard by Duke of Boyle by Duke of Denmark 1st dam by AnnIe Bell by Denmark 2nd dam Lay Messenger by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam Lady Morgan by old Stonewall Jackson Duke of Boyle first dam Jennie by Black Squirrel I will also at same place stand my big black jack Beecher Morgan same terms as Duke of Garrard Eight Dollars to insure living colt up and all right Morgan is 4 years old 15 hands high by Billie Lears big jack be by Old Beacher out of by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and is out of an Imp Jennet her dam by Joe by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Imp Prince 1st dam Daisy by Dixie he by Irvine Dixie by Kickapoo 2nd dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by Jim I will engage from first class at 7500 to A lien retained on colt for season money When marc is or parted with money Is due W HILL McCreary Ky I o T s I Celia J formerly turnpike installments payable Circuit situated Beginning Company Duke of Wallace Jennet Blackburn Porter coIls broodmares 10000 trAded J I sato p lPMUIAS I Cout Deft S id ROTE WELL Cou lIT 8 ills er I Beei her r t 9- I it v c J s Gcniuiissumors Sule of Laud GVHKAHD CIKCUIT COURT Ivan Fish Guardian etc Plff vs Montey Fish Dft- Iiy vinure of a judgement ut the Guirard rutiUuictl at iia Alarcli term lMi his tile above btyltU case 1 us xMaaicr cxmimisiuuer ut suiu court will ou MONDAY APRIL 23 lIMO being County Liurt Uay at tile Court iluuse uuur in Luiuabier Umrutil Co Ky bell 10 tile liigncM anti Jest tjiu ocr tile lulluwiiit tiucis uf land uuleU in innate Co Kj tutU as luiluvvt A licghmuiu ut a slake Cor to ftiiuuic buiaeLiu Hi poles iu the whole line being 14 pints lo a stake Corner 10 hubert Kout thence 1ST piles loa slake at the iiueistu liuii ut tile KUUL Reniper Hue along tiie ut die road and line generally s 314 w pOleS to a stone in tile lathe thence in u west hues 8Jt K 114 poles to the cimiaminy 100 acres B A tract iu Garrard Co ICy on the waters of Boones Creek and adjoining said 100 acre tract and bounded follows On the North by said lOU acre tract and liugliess laud un the East by the lands of Thomas Herring and Hughes uu the South by the lands of R B Rice and on the West by the lands of Lewis Rout containing 54icres 2 roods and 2G 100 poles less w acres 2 roods and 20 poles heretuture sold to Abner Hughes TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to tile undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing U per intrest per annum from date of sale until paid having the fur and ellect of a judgement upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money- J M Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court This April 4Ui IJOG Kendrick Alcorn Atty for Pill Commissioners S tie of Laud GAUUAUU CIKCUIT COUKT IJII VS A Dean c Defts a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1100 in the above styled case I as Master Commissioner will AONDAYAl UlL2uid IiOO it being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard Cuuuty Kv sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed tract of land situated iu Garratd County Ky on the waters of Fork Creek and on the East side ol the Poor Ridge Turnpike ant bounded as follows Begining at a point in the middle of the aforesaid corner to S L Walker and J T Ray thence with the line of said Ray x 75 i E passing the South side of a huckburry tree at 1 pole and 10 30 poles in all to a stake at the lower end of a stone fence thence N 73 i E 18 90 poles to a stake in the middle of a branch 40 poles from a mulberry thence down said ranch with the middle and meanders of same S 75 poles to an ash on the north side of same thence S 84 i E poles passing a scrubby at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in all 2970 poles to a stake in the middle of Scotts Fork corner to said Ray Prathen thence with the line of and with the middle and meanders uf said creek s 5J AV 23 50 poles to a stake s 14 E 20 poIess35Mv the of said creek corner to same and to Austinsother tract of landthence leaving the creek N 751 88 poles to a point iu the middle of the aforesaid pike corner to Stephen L Walker and M Hey Walker thence with the mid die and meanders of said pike x 23J K y poles to the East Edge of same thence N 9 AV 23 20 poles to the begin iiin containing 24 acres and 13 pules Tills sale is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 8850 50 which is plaintiffs debt interest and cost to date of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ofO months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security paya ble to the undersigned Master Corn missioner for said purchase money bearing 0 interest per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution not paid at maturity A lien will also be retained upon the sold for payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Mater Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Ilerndon and Sflfinebroad Attys for plaintiff This April 4th 1906 Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKVUD CIKDUIT COUKT Julia Tschonz Plff vs Marree Tschonz c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1900 in the above styled1 court will on MONDAY APRIL 23rd 1900 it being County Court day at the Court House door in Lancaster Gar rard County Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following tract of land situated in Garrard County Ky near Cartersville and as follows Beginning at a stake in the wagon branch of Copper Creek corner to Mrs lot thence with the meanders branch S 13 E 26 S S 19 E 14 poles to a stake in the middle of said branch maple marked as a pointer thence S 89 W 90 poles to a stake in line of whole tract three younp white oaks marked as pointers thence with old lithe N 2 E 138 poles to a poplar in a bottom corner to whole tract some distance from Cedar Lick thence with line of whole tract N 75 E 70 poles to a fallen black oak aforesaid wagon branch thence down same with its meanders to the containing 55 acres 2 roods and 32 poles TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit and 12 months purchaser will he re quired to execute bend of equal instal ments payable with good security to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing G per interest per arnum from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M BOTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomllson Atty for Plaintiff This April 4th 1900 CirCUIt Juur West slOe HI 5 di v- Ision beginning a HQTII WELL George Grow By virture of t E 181 i l rather i poles to astake in middle R E W approximately per cent the case as Master Commissioner of said Boyds said poles 52 E 20 beginning of G J sk- 2 C Ill tsScot laud oles judgment k SarnelianNi 31362 Bay horse 15J hands high foaled in 1808 Thus horse is a good gaited trot ter and a show horse of the very high est type He will make the present season at my place on the old Crab Orchard and Richmond road 1 mile from the Richmond and Lancaster pike at TeN DOLLARS to insure a cult CAKNKMAX wnahrrd by William SImp on of Xeiv York lie is by Hell Wilfces out of BiaS Lime by Mmnbrlno Ilitclieii Miss Ijintr is a double producing iluiighter of Mnmbrirm 1atc urn She produced JIlss Wilton with H record of 22 mid rnriiellun i fyt CurnellanV Slid lam is Miss Carey who is ianuliter of Al inont t the best sun of Alexanders Abdallub Ills 3rd ilam was Idaho by lIllH Ills Ith dain Snow hall by Grey Eagle GREEN I will also stnnd my big Black Jack nt price and on the ame terms ns OnrneliHii lireen Is If hands high C years oldlarge bone mill mussel mol has proven him tiIf an extra breeder WOODS WALKER Paint Lick Ky Paragon 22914 Hay Horse 16 hands lrighSiretl by Jav Bird 5060 m Iain Oiieidii y Florida 182 grail iliim of iriict Komi ii2- nd lam Imly Hum lij Hnmhriitn SiO dun of Iliiwtliiinie tW1 Kd etc 3rd dam Mollie Iiy Ashland 17 1th liim lirittiui by Mambrlno Itrltton 5th dam Kit by Sir Walter Jay liird r of Aller ton 2Oy4 Kariy Ilird J10 Invader lUand otielmndre l others by George Wilkes fllj dam Lady Frank by Mambriuo TiiraKon is a very handsome Individual of fine conformation and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Jay Hird H one of the very greatest living sires und that his blood breeds on is shown by the fact that his sons have sired over 2 0 stcndard performers InclmliiiK Locanda ii Susie J 2nl4 Jay Mctirrgor 2074 HJaiiiuan 2074 and many other 210 performers while Iarason1 dam Oneldu is the srand dam of Grace ISond 2rrii the greatest racing yearold the trottin tin f lois ever seen and his second d uu Lady Ham is the dam of Hawthorne 2 ll Kil Winter 212Jj etc You will see from the above that Paragon Is one of the best hires horses living and there Is no reason why he should not become one of Jay llirds greater sons ills record is no measure of his speed as he could trot in 215 or bettor Should 1ara goii fail to get von a trotter he is a horse of such tine conformation size action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses which cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon is a sure foal getter and a great breeder His colts are all good nndivldmtls anti show wonderful speed and action He nil I make tho season o iM at my stable three miles North of ju Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only Fifteen Dollars to insure a living colt A lein retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if mare is parted with or bred to other stock Cute taken to prevent accidents lint not responsible should any occur Telephone at resilience No IS7 U Lancaster Exchange FOREST ST1PP Buckeye Ky COMBINED STALLION I a Vermont U sine 17 Winter f sire lImthorne 2 Star Eagle 17 2 2 2i2 06 4 sIze I 2 t Neatwood JrCoal Black Stallion son of Xuiwcod full 15 hands Iiitfli heavy njane and tail and excellent carriage NKAT will make the season of 1105 jt my farm miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike at the low price of S to Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on colt for service fee Care taken to accidents but not sible should any occur Neatwood Jr is the mare is purled with lie has proven himself to be a NEATWOOII Jr Sire of Poywood 2rJliNeat Bud 2ai by Nutwood 21SJi 1st dam dam of Ocala 22 of Hilda dam of Cuyler Coast 211iji 221 lInger 22r Coast Range trial 220 of La Grads dam of Enright 2184 Gracevvood 217 Limvood 2 230 of Dainty dam of Cj 22 and grand dam of Waif 22fi by Blackwood 74 2d dam by Norman 25 3d dam Smiths Highlander 4th dam by lirods Arab- I will also stand 2 Jaks at 1000 each These Jacks are IB hands high with large bone unit mussel Sold several colts last year at wean ing time for 10000 each Wm LEARLancaster Ky Chester Squirrel Will make the season of KOC on my farm one mile South of on theBuckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt one irfbnth old A lien retained until season is puRl Mone due when the mare is bred to other stock Care taken toprevent accidents hut not responsible should occur Chester S S years old 16 hands high a dark chestnut sorrel he Is the highest of finish plenty of courage butperfectly kind saddle and harness a model In from that wonder ful style characteristic of the Chesterdare film lly which the world acknowledges as superior to all as a show Chester Sijurrcl has proven himself a Not breeder his colts buyers for good prices some of them selling 30000 to Pedigree sired the famous Chesterdare No ION a H U he by Black Squirrel 50 he by Illack Eagle 71 he by King he by Washington Denmark he hy Gaines Denmark Gl and he by race horse Denmark F S by imported Hedgeford Chester Squirrels dam graph and by Hippy Chief und known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered all to be one of the greatest brood mares lu Kentucky Finejack At the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack for horse mule 10 for mare mnlcwor 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John Morgan he by Marmaduke and Is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Joe Blackburn he by rd he by 2nd Prince he by Imp 1st dam by Dixie she Irvin Dixie by 2nd dam Nellie by Lord Ulllington 3rd dam by Importer He Is 15K hands high solid black points He has proven himself No 1 breeder his to 11U from the teat lust fall T 0 HILL Buckeye Ky WOOD J I 2 I mOil r sell y JOHN MORGAN Jrat 8 b jt 10000 4 g t a i Sheso f s orse u000 Iii 0 4 For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Ec At Paris liO hogs to weigh about 200 pounds were sold lot delivery May 1st at 5cts Wool is being contracted for future delivery in Montgomery county at 20 cents per pound 15 Ilifner of Wood ford county who is feeding 200 twoyear old steers sold at 1 cents delivery Fourteen hundred bushels of were sold by Piris dealers to a Minnesota party at SI per bushel Forty acres near Mt Sterling sold at ti5 per acre It will be converted Intu a supurband sold out in town lots A atal disease supposed to be lung fever is prevalent among horses in the Comiersville neighborhood in liar rison county several line horse having lied On ten acres of land Ollle llardman of Wales Mill Clark county raised iOO pounds of tobacco and sold it lit 12 cents a total of J an aver age of S2CI10 a acre Wood ford county Irvin Arnold has contracted to graze 100 steers for Isliam Ilailey from April lr to o vember 1 lo li Mr Raileys option cents per pound for the increase A car load of wild western horses which were brought to Springfield says the News Leader sold like hoi cakes from S0 to a head Tilt purchaser had a hard time roping and taking their property home and a lame crowd gathered about the to witness the performance whicl was almost equal to a wild west show A pound of poultry call be produced at less than a pmml of beef or purl niul it will bring live cents more pound on the market The cost ti produce a dozen eggs Is not half s much as to produce a pound of pork oi ncef and the eggs will bring twice a much on the market Which are you raising The total wool product last yeai reached nearly tx 000000 pounds The demands of manufacturers user1 up Americas supply and tile sales fn the year aggregated 23 021 000 pound JIB against 27s4070M pounds for 1WM Tile imports of wool were large tc meet the domestic shortage In tin first ten mouths of 15 02 we imported total of all classes of wool amounting U 22 52S2i7 iKiunds The Agricultural department has received from Abyssinia a fine spec men of CJrevys zeunj destined to be come ancestor of a new race of de mestic animals if the Bureau of An mal Industry proves successful Till is no less than tile proposition of i draft animal that will withstand dis eases common to the horse and mule The cross strain of the horse and zebra is said to exceptionally hardy and surefooted Such ebruies bred in Scotland by Irof Kwart are beiny used as pack animals by tile British Army in India Tlie horse industry is attracting more money and brains than ever in tile history of America the Live Stock Journal of till best breeds of Euro e are more liberal ly introduced and more pure bred studs are being established than ever known in any other country True it is a herculanean task to im prove our eighteen million horses up to the market standard but if we live up to our opportunities of the great demand our growing markets hull the for all Europe at the high prices in all tin world s best markets we must in crease our horse breeding and improve our horses up to the market demands A hogshead of tobacco raised on the farm of Sidney I Clay un the Jacks town pike near Paris has been sold for tiftyfour cents per pound thehigh est price recorded in any tobacco mai ket this year The tobacco was thi finest quality of Burley and was pur chased by Asliby Leer of Millersbtirg The Lexington Observer says A I McGrew has a novel way of preparing his tobacco sued for early growth lie takes several small sacks of tobacco seed and dampens them and place under a setting hen In three days the seed is ready to sprout When he sows the seed in tIme tobacco bed they do not have to Walt for the heat of the sun they grow immediately The lirst WOO report of the Kcntuc ky Commissioner of Agriculture says The wheat crop has stood the winter well and is in good condition for the lirdt of March Winter oats rye awl barley all promies well Tile burning of plant land for tobacco is progress ins nicely and if the weather remains open that part of the spring work will be over in a few days A consid erable amount of both barley and dark tobacco remains unsold Grasses of all kind well however that survived the summer and has stood the winter in good shape and promises a good crop the coming season Live stock is coming out of the winter in better condition than usual There is great complaint of of hogs in localities Cholera is prevailing several coun ties Sheep are also scarce The high prices of mules have caused a great many to be marketed and carried out of the state that other wise would have been kept Plowingfoj the spring crop has begun and the farmers are getting busy and are all well up with their work for tills time of the year i I b t 1 hemp- seed I n I al- i Slit f I pe 1 tile he before A II wa cit export t are dOll1 except clover all sc ity many in IF a 1 j tIne I I y A lId j I 1 J r rjti I u 41- i I says I c 1111 l rEal if 7 I 4A h I ii lc A City Ordinance AX OUDIXAXCK to amend and re enact an Ordinance entitled An Or providing the rules resu batons inl rats of the City of Lan carter Water Works and tho follow orlinances when adopted shall govern tlu officers appointed in iKclion with the water works and shall lie a pat of the contract tween till City of Lancaster and the consumers of water ill so far as they may apply ami shall govern and he obeyed by alt plumbers doing work in connection with said water works adopted March 10th 1901 TIll City Council of the City of Lan caster Kentucky do ordain as That thr Ordinance entitled An or dinance providing the rules lulls and rates of the tr Vater Works and the or dinances when adopted shall govern the ollicors appointed in connection with tile water works and shall he a part of the contract between the City of Lancaster and the consumers of water in so far as they may apply and shall govern and he obeyed by all plumbers doing work in connection vith said water works airl adopted March loth 1JOI he and the same is hereby amended ami reenacted so that said Ordinance KS amended and reenacted shall read as follows AUTICLB I Section 1 The Vater Works of the City f Lancaster shall he under the ontro and management of the City Council of till City of Lancaster Sec 2 There shall he appointed by the Mayor each year when the itanuinir committees are appointed a roininittee consisting of three mem of the City Council two of whom ihall constitute a iiiorum to he known is the Water Works Committee aid committee shall have the iinnie liate supervision of tile water works sysieii and shall have the power to do III such acts as are necessary for the irmleit efficient management and jirolection of the water works plant Mid system not inconsistent with the irdhiuiiccS of said city and the rules ind regulations established or that may lereafter established by said city n relation to said works Sec The Marshal of the City of Tancasier shall by virtue of his oillce le eiork of SOil committee anti shall mder its direction keep in a Record rJook solely for that purpose a record f all I he proceedings of said commit oe whirh proceedings of the commit ee shall be read to the Council at acli regular meeting of the Council herealier and when appioved by the Council shall become a part of the ree rds of and be binding 011 said city nd the City Clerk shall sign and note anie as approved by the City Council aid record shall each month show the rue condition of tIle water works if iiy change is made during that noutli the additions awl improve nents made thereto during the month lid such other information and sug rest ions as the committee may deem roper to embody Sec I The City Council shall on he first Monday night in lanuary aftei Heh biennial flection awl after tlieii uulifieation elect all Engineer whc hall be known as tIn Water Vork Jiminoor Said Engineer shall b leeted for a term of two years sub to removal at the pleasure of the 7ily Council nd if for any cause he e elected at any other time his tern f office shall not extend beyond the erin of ollice of the Council by whoir Ifcted Said Water Works Engineci hall before he enters upon the dis harge of iiis duties execute anti 111 vith time City Council a bond with rood security to be approved by tin ouncii in the penal sum of 00 foi he faithful performance of his duties s such Engineer according to the or Mnanrcs rules and regulations gov Tiiiiu said water works said bOil hall be payable to the City of Lancas erSec 5 All rents revenue income iioneys assessments etc derive mm the Water Works System shal held and kept by the Treasurer in i separate fund to be known as tin Yater Works Uevenue Fund and shal n 110 event be mixed or confused wit jerural Fund or other funds of the Mty and upon said fund and no othe hall be drawn till warrants for the my mon t of expenses salaries at omits and other indebtedness arisinc roui the control and management ol he Water Works System and each warrant or voucher drawn said mid shall have written or printed Across its face Water Works Revenue iiii 1 and no warran or voucher shod ie issued 01 drawn on said fund ex opt at a regular meeting of the City Council and upon the approval of the yah r Works Committee and if at tny time it becomes necessary to pay my indebtedness payable out of said mid Hill sail fund be exhausted then he City Council shall order the mount of such indebtedness to be mill into the sail fund out of the Gen Fund to meet such warrants and he amount thereof as soon as eXile lient shall be returned to the General Tumi Strict account of sich transfers hail be kept by the Clerk and Treas urer and report of such transfers shall e made by the Treasurer at each leg lIar meetiiig of till Council Any of money in the Water Works levenue Fund if not needed therein to meet tile warrants drawn or to be Irawn thereon may be transferred by mier of the City Council to till Gener i Fund but a warrant shall be drawn therefore and LIlly other warrant and account kept thereof The City Treasurer shall receive one tier cent MI all amounts place in the Water Works Revenue Fund as his sation for the duties imposed on him aider this ordinance except that he shall receive no per cent on the amounts that ate transferred from the Joneral Fund to tile Water Works Revenue Fund or from the Water Works Revenue Fund to the General Fund ARTICLE If Section 1 TIll Marshal of the City of Lancaster shall by virtue of lila of Ice bo tile general executive officer of the Water Works and under the im mediate supervision of the Water Works Committee shall superintend the Water Works System and perform such duties thereunto pertaining as are now or may hereafter lie imposed upon him by the Council It shall be his duty to see that the ordinances and resolutions rules and regulations in reference to the Water Works are ex ecuted mill fully complied with that the conditions of all contracts by or with sail works are faithfully com plied with that the assessments of water rents are duly made collected and paid raid under the direction of the City Council or Water Works to procure all supplies to audit all accounts and claims and sub mit the same to the Water Works Committee with such explanation as will enable them to act advisedly thereon and to have a supervision over all the operations and interests of said works and to keep the Vater Works Committee informed as to the condition of the works with such sug gestions as ho may deem necessary ill he follows regula Cil v following j bets ill II I ct P ral exes t COlli pen Committee I jib iC0 COIl lIt lit Ill lid for the interests of same aul keep a correct record of the locution size and length of all the pipes hydrants and valves in use for said works and on January 1st of each year to submit to the Council a detailed report f the conditions and operations income cn1 expenditures of the works for the pre ceding year with an estimate of tile amount of outlay for and income oi the ensuing year with snch other du ties as the City Council or the Water Works Committee may prescribe or direct And said yearly report shall when approved by the Water Works Committee he by the City Council 01 derel published in a newspaper pui lislied in said city See 2 Tiie Marshal shall have the care and safekeeping of the hooks hull papers belonging tIle Water Works and it shall be his duty to keep an account and record of all receipts an disbursements and other transactions of the Water Works taking same from the records of the City Council when necessary to keep a register of all private hydrants with the name of the person using the sonic a record of all applications and permits to keep a separate account with each con sumer or user of water he shall keep a register of the exact location the number and sixes of all taps street service pipes and cocks and the length of each street service pipe at each tap Sec Tile Marshal shall at each regular meeting of the City Council make written report to till City Coun cil of the receipts expenditures for the preceding month including wa tom rents collected and the sources of such other receipts as may be collect ed tIll amount and to whom due 01 any indebtedness contracted for the number of applications for water mill by whom and to whom granted with the rate thereof the amount and ac count of rents delinquent the amount deposited by him the Treasure during said month which report when appioved by the Council shall lie en tered at large by him en till record book mentioned in Section Article I of these ordinances Sec I The Marshal shall person ally supervise the tapping of all mains and the laying of the necessary street service pipes awl cocks awl shall havi general supervision of all the pi milling work both within and without tin premises anti shall have the power to stop hilly work which is being done ill violation of the ordinance of the city 01 till rules and regulations of till ater Works shall have charge of the inspecting and shall lie an horixec to enter and have free access the premises to examine and ascer lain location or condition of all pipes meters hydrants awl all othei water fixtures and shall be vigilant to deteet and warn against all abuses whether from waste or other impropei use of water on account of negligence or for want of repairs or otherwise and if such waste is not immediately remedied tile service lending to such premises shall immediately be cut off And in case he discovers any delects in a pipe lie shall give notice in writing to he len at the premises and the necessary repairs Ire not made within a reasonable time thereafte ic shall cut the water ore He shal have charge of and keep in repair tile fire iiose and as near as possible at rend all of tile direct the men to the nearest available hydrant notify the Water Works Engineer ol file pressure needed shut off any part f the main awl do such oilier things as may lie necessary at such times Sec 5 The Marshal shall pay ovei to the Treasurer all moneys collected jy him he shall not create any indebt edness on behalf of the Water Works so directed by the Council or he Water Works Coinmituv he slial not turn on any water lor any usei in the lust instance until the advance rent is paid and when the same lois eei cut ole for cause until the penalty is paid and shall cut oil the supply jf delinquents at the time designated in the ordinances and if through his failure to do so hilly person thus be comes indebted to the City he shall be liable for such indebtedness The Marshal shall inspect and keep in condition hill hydrants and perform such other services as may be neces sary for the proper management ol he Wator Works Sec The Water Works Engineer shal have charge of the Water Works buildings engines pumps head and inflow pipes and it shall lie his duty o have tile ChIle and management of the running of the machinery and be duty at all time day and night 01 furnish an assistant to be on duty at such times as he may not be thieve which assistant shall be a competent engineer subject to the approval of the City Council He shall be under lie control mill supervision of the Wa ter Works Committee mill report to saul committee the monthly eonsunip ion of Ill and other materials used ndications of the gauges and counters and other information show the exact duty of the engines iump3 and boilers and from time to tulle the state of the works and such mprovements as he may deem neces sary for the interests of the same and lerfonn such other duties as shall be iirescribed by the City Council or Wa tel Works Committee Sec 7 The compensation of the Marshal for his slices as superin tendent of the Water Works System and of the Water Works Engineer shall at the time of their election be City Council for the term for they lIme elected at a fixed sum per month payable monthly so long as they hold their respective offi cesSec S The compensation of the Marshal for his services as superin tendent of the Water Works System shall be in addition to his salary com mission and fees as now fixed by or dinauce mill for the term ending lan nary 1st 1908 shall be the of 5000 vet month mill the compensa of the Water Works Engineer for the ending January 1st 190S shall be 7r00 per month ARTICLE III Section 1 All applicants for the use of water shall make application therefor on time printed blanks furnish ed and at the office of the Marshal Said applications shall be securely Ioiind in book form with indexes so as to be preserved and shall consti tute part of the records of the Mar shahs office after the application is signed by the applicant the Marshal if there be no valid objection shall sign same and the contract shall thereupon lie binding if the Marshal thinks the application ought not to be granted he shall at once notify the Water Works Committee giving them his reasons for refusing to grant same whereupon said committee shall examine into said application and grant or refuse same in their discre tion which action of the committee shall lie noted on the margin of the application and a record thereof made ill their record book Sec 2 All applicants for water must state fully in the applications mentioned in the preceding section all purposes for which the water is must answer fairly and concealment the necessary quc tlons relative to the consumption of I I aId wit ii I Ie to tilt ate if fin lilies which Slllll term required without p I 6 t 1111 aihl hiS Iii iou same the njaibor cf rooms lauces hydrants etc all of viiiclt slainnoi shall be wriiun in tae application Applications made tenant of prop erty mum be with consent of the owner of the pr iaio who1 premises the walt introduced A s snail be iiiala fcv business jaci I lane han one c iU IMI li e ol al fir 001111 mn w o more connfilcui io luale from jne seivke pipe iiid siiecial or set Aiale ailicatca mrt In obtain i i aach and ev ry C itensicn of ti 111111 iig vJii each and evr e ice iiie and teUe suca cxiisVia commenced An I n i ilumlKr 1iill uake ny ihiae or ad litiona LJIKV tions without first receiviir a permit and no permit shall be isssieil tc the plimber until the application isi herein provide rot is made Xo Krinit shall he unlerstood or cull strued as authorizing or permitting nything not explicitly or truthfully stated in the application Sec Iljcn the granting of time ippllcation the Marshal shuil is lermit to such license pliiube as nay be selected by the a tc m ced with the work accoiJliuj flie application ARTICLE IV Section 1 Any plumber wishing to 10 biihines il connection with the Viitor Works or do plumbing for teani or hot water heatin or plumb ng of hillY oilier character infist ap ly to the Water Works Committee or a license antI ftrnsh to it satis aclory evidence that he is a regular lueated plumber that he is a Haste f his tirua and shall be governed 11 all respects by the rules anl rega it ions which are or may lie jy the City Coincil If the evidence e satisfactory said committee shall rder the Marsh to issue to such lumber a licenve full that psiniose on the payment to him in advanct f the sum of 2riO Renewals o he license shall lie paid for in tIn nine way 2 iO in advance The dumber shall lie reipomible unl lia lie for vii injuries the Water Works nay sustain directly or indirectly be of and damages ho or his emil loyes may do in connection with said Vatei Works The plumber in his tpplicption for license must state fill ime of applicant or OIl applicants j t be a firm his place of residence lace of business anl the llrm name Tier wliirh the business is to be car led on if it lie a firm The party sc plying for airl receiving such i ense shil execute in the City of Lru aster Ky and denosit with the Wri er Works Committee a bon with one r more sureties to approve b aM committee in the penal sum ol 10DOOO an I condition that he 01 hey will protect anl save harmes he said city from all accidents an t amiies cause by any nerligence or loyes prosecuting or protecting his ork that he will rtv toie all earth aveinvms mel other material to a ooil a state cnnlilhm as it was 1 before such opening was mule ann eep aol maintain the same in good iider ani to the satisfaction of the Vater Works Committee for a period f six mouths next thereafter ami lilt he will pay all fines impose on iiu ui violation of any rules 01 Filiations or ordinances and that he obey all the rules regulations aunt rdinances and no plumbers liability o tile said city to protect und save he said city harmless front all acei and damages caused by neg gence on the pall of himself or hi mploycs shall be avoided through am ailurt his part to execute hInd do ver the aforesaid l r nd- S o 2 The license tax for i umbei roviilel for in the preeling section hiil be 32500 per year payable in ad ante anti no Hconst therefor shall e issued for a longer period bali the rst day of January next sncceedin lie date of its issue the tin from the date of issual of an icense to the first day of the next weeediirT January shall be regarded is one year See The license tax provide in till two preceding sectirns for the purpose of and shall bo sei in defraying the general enrren vpenses of the city water works sys em See All plumbing work boll vithin and without the premises must e done in the manner required by the itor Department anti shall be sub ect to inspection air and lie patterns null quality of ail appurte nances shall in like manner be stiEs ct to approval and no work limit around shall covered over until in spected and approve by an authorize iMiivstntalive of the Water Depart menl See shall the duty of all to male returns in writing tc io oHiee of the Water Works Depart neiit before the water shall lie tiirne1 ill of all connections mnde by then iving a description of the premise be number of hydrants baths water losets fountains street washers ap laralus for garden hose and all other pparattis and fixtures supplied there rom together with till name of the iccupant and owner of such premises See The interior plumbing may e of such kind as the applicant or iwner may direct but it must be ca mlle of standing satisfactorily an ictunl test pressure of not less than me hundre1 mill fifty ir 0 pounds er sqiare inch hUll at no risk or lia ility of the city but lead pipe of Igliter weight than herein indicate mist under no circumstances lie ine1 Sec 7 If any service pipes exteirl Tng from the main through the inner me of building are of lead they mist be connected with full wiped Joints and be of not less thou the fol lowing weights per running foot Vinch bore medium lilt iincli bore strong lib o- sincli bore 2 Ills S Vinch bore strong Ills 1inch hon extra strong lbs 12 o I1 inch bore extra strong Sec S There be a stop and waste ccck attached to every service lipe at the building line to permit shutting off the water and of empty nu the pipes in the building during freezing weather and every lead serv pipe must be laid sufficiently wnv ng to allow not less than from one to one awl a hall feat extra length nnd n such a manner as to prevent rupture from settlement Sec 9 No connection with the iiain shall be made during freezing weather unless approved by the Mar shal mill all service pipes and con nections must be laid at least ly feet elow the established grade and below the surface of the ground on public private property unless otherwise allowed by the Marshal Sec 10 The water will not be turned into any service pine xcept when meters are used until tlfti Tilicant shall have paid the rent due i nd plumbers are strictly prohibite from turning the water into any pipe except on the order or per omissIon of the Marshal This rule shall not be construed to prevent any plumber admitting the water to test pipes and for that purpose only Sec 11 No main shall receive a 11 tile i lrojlo3pI 10 b i I h lIce ti cCllw lan cLoy I his l Iafl of said IlillIuliler ur OJ hits em all vii tents an and ill 01 1 oval 1 t llIllIU s t I s row oz Gills shall Ice 01 air service liet 0 anY lOS lie ill far ill imiut vied i appu bit hit I lie 2 a i tp in rn i ulhs of an inch vitlioul permission of tilt siial find shall be less than tiller fourths of an inch when so ordered by tile Marshal All t vs ru mnns Ill l ast 2 incliSec Ill viacii of an ff lltvo iirovi i il on tile of lktnol Iaiiier ir for oiei ui till Water ciriis Cjiimit e r y au lOll aid plumbers lieens air in case tliu jerscn or p rsoiis prciiisi are to twpJ l with wrrfrr rl- iiKCUrc if si ioni lii iiil atlti menl io be MMI u lici other ihi Ifei c iiab V v ho may e niii1 in Siil pir mil the Water UoiUs C ninit may its pleasure wthho su pi of water from the premises afore said See Any person not d ily Ii wild shall ln iinv iilriiliiu for nv of purlOSes piividd lur in these crdiniKes on convict io tliereof ie fined in the sum of no less than ten 0 dollar iiir more tiiitn one liunIrol liui i dnlirrs Sec 14 The plumber will undei the supervision of tin Murhal ii lii1 main inverting a stop rock wMc1 slinll be Known is the f oiporatinu lock aiKi will couuvct lite srvke and it to within cue foot inside the curb line and tlieie st a tto cock vhicli ihrll le known ns lit service cork together with the service SiCk box for which the plumber sbv charge die applicant tit actual heiecf as near as rowiiilo from the miter of tlie streel whir charge shall not exceed time sum 01 SdO See One service pipe may made to all parties wa Ill iiliin thirty feet on either side oi senire pipe same to be within the discretion of the Marshal in whis1 rose each branch must have a service cock with service cork box set within one foot of the curb line of the street Sec It Rmies desiring to discon tnue the use of the water must give notice thereof in writing to the Mir shal ou before the day to which the rent has been otherwise the will be charge with rent for the en suing inert er 17 Xo cltm shflH be mad igainst tilt City of Ky no shall saiii cty he liable for any dam a eb caused by reason of the break lug of any main or service or rock or any other interniition of the supply or by reason of breakage of machinery or stoppage for nece aary repairs AirnrE v Section 1 All water rates not oth prwisc provide for shall be ald quar terly on th first lays of January April Inly anl October in advance and ail Teeter bills shall bermie due and payable quarterly on saM totes Sec 2 Except when meters are used contracts for water shall bf for a term of one year or more ant late from the of January A n w applications shall bp charged pro rata from the day of application to the Srst haY of January succeeding SOC 3 In all cases of the non ay went of time aster rent within ten hays after ih snout becomes due the sun iily may be cut tIll rnd may not tf tirm l again either for the present or siiiseqiiont occupation exceiit uiK n the payment f the mount due to gether with tile sum of one dollar for till expense ef shutting off and turn ing on the water AUTICLK Vr Section 1 Parties taking water must k op the service title and the fixtures connected therewith In good rppiiir anti protected from frost t their own expense and innst pre vent all unnecessary waste or tilt wa ifr b shut off Sec 2 Iuicets hydrants hose at tachmenCs or any other device which the consumer may shOut for o tain ng water from the service pipe shall not H located as to accessible to iHrMiiis living on or occupying leighboring premises or to the pub Ito water shall not b tnrnel on such iiydrants faucets or other device n such hydrant faucet or other de vice is remove to some unexjioserl lace on sail promises None ftusli ivdrants will lie allowed unless the lydrant is phiee I within a Uuliag r in enclosure and protected from use by any persons not occupants oi the premises See Any consumer er consumers if viter front tilt s5l Water Works who stall permit others not memuis of his family to use water from its or their hydrant faucet or other de vice without first being assured by he Marshal that tIll proper water rent has been paid for the use of sanany one who shall thus obtain valer without a permit from tilt Alarshnl hall lie lined in till sum of not Jess loot one dollar nor more than ten ItO lars an1 Hie water shall be initnedi tIdy shut off See Iaucels Iiydrants taps Iiose water closets urinals baths or oilier fixtures will not be permitted to be kept running wlen not ill actual use without special permit and the iiiiymont of additional rates such rates to be determined by the Marshal who shall report tii same to the Wa ter Works Committee Sec No hose shall be used un less a permit for same has been ap plied for and allowed by Marshal ill tvist shall it lie over three Ioiiitlis of an inch ill diameter or be used without a noxe and the noxle shall not oxcee 1 onefourth of an inct n diameter said hose shall not tIe suf fered to 11111 when not used by a per son engaged sprinkling Adjust in hose temporary or fixel supports o such devices may be allowed by the Marshal Sec fi Persons intending to imild or repair allY building for which city water is to be used shall make appli cation to the Marshal provided fot that purpose When an attachment is made to supply water for building Pull poses tho service pipe shall lie ear ricO at expense of tilt party build in It the inside of the crubstono line where a proper service cock shall Ir placed with pipe leading to the Sill face faucet of which shall lie kOhl covered hInd locked when not in use When the building is complete thc faucet and pipe shall lie taken up too mill tilt water shut off at the service cooL Sec 7 Xo person except the Mar shal shall take water from hilly pub lie or private hydrant lire plug or oth er fixture connecto1 with till wate mains except for fire purposes or fo the u e of the Fire Department in cas of fire nor in any way take or usr water for private use unless person shall first make application tr the Marshal and comply with the rule laid down by this ordinance Sec S Immediately upon an alarn of fire being sounded all sprinklin of streets and of yards or lawns shal immediately cease and no sucl shall be dune for two hour after such alarm is sounded It slial be the duty of the Marshal upon firs haying given notice to the oecupan turn off the water from any where sprinkling is done in vio latlqii of this section and such wate shall not be turned on again until tlu penalty if any imposed for such vio lation shall have been paid Any vio t t I t I till hall I pill Iii Iii bt sa Hilly takin 01 paid Lancaster all alt ill fI tit 01 islrinldin pre n- s s hti e iSO he c I tie ill used S I I P Sill II 0 See pipe first ill tiC ill L s I lie I lilt ill ill Ill t lIe hue Slid laiiou ol liiis ariicle shall be punished l y a line of not less than one dollar nor more than len dollars AUTICIE VII 1 T v tI rctfs which l Hiir tlie us of water iiv lieiy i iiblisbfd Ji follows but vue i i to chnuxe by City Ciiiiiii is they may necesrv iies for water not herein fixe I Khyll Ic siieli as may be niiidi by tie applicant and Ilie Jarhtil ffintniof at of till ap iiiai n Sil rt s follows No1 Dwelrs Houses fs t six i ms occupied by fami s ipii by one lit 51 K ci iiililional furet nol liere- innlter especially rated lr i When a house is occupied by inure ilaii one family and all siipil by one faucet For eacli IVmily M- lliaili iiiiiiy having separate lix ill a house occupie liy more tIn one family will be ehiied the same as if living in a separate house One Iiiili tiiii private family 00 Fur eh iiiiiier 50- Vhen IIMV more tlum one for etch family 200 For each iMldiririml bath tuli 17 One closel ol approve I kiwI 100 When useil by more than one for eieb family 00 h addticiial writer closet 17r l tii nii null one v- ler closet are imed for licit h 11111 Urn selfclosing urinal other allotted 2011 One st tub 17r Each additional set tub 100- WaahstauI 100 Where a hot water faucet is used at the same vessel with a cool water faucet hilt faucet shall l charged for amId applied to boarding houses Provided that in no ease shall the charges for the use of wa ter by t private family exclu sive of h se 111111 stable ex ceed 2rUO Mo Houses Supplied by one faucet 100- 0Rch additional faucet 20U One bath tub additional bath tub 20i One water closet of approveil kind Still ach additional water closet IOO ach selfclosing urinal LT- Mo 3 Hotels Special Rates jdxn5 houses in udditioiiitl to the rates for Imarilin housis for for boanhr an lodsrers SOrO No 4 Public Laundries and Baths Foi each laundry nib i00 or tub innVjr flisst puMic water closet 2 0 iSIS each addlitotial water closet littid Per fh additional sell closin- unrinl 1011 No Offices and Ware houses Fri faucet Ve jv tenants are supplied s nie faucet each SIHI hen more than two tenants e suppliel by same faucet rach Water ek sets nsod by one tenant only 0 Water closets iisel by more than on tenant each 2Tr For each additional faucet or closet half the above rates will IH charged Selfciosing urinal each tenant Lfui No 6 Shops Restaurants Markets Etc AHithecary shop one faucet 1200 Water Mosw t anti urinals same as for dwelling houses RjMber shops one faucet am one chair Rou- Kitfth addition fauwt lOli- Kach additional clinIc lim Hilling restaurants and bakeries f10IW o 20Hl For purpose not included allure anti retjiiiring not more than or dinary supply of water 1000 to 2500 No For hose bavin a nozzle of not over onequarter inch orifice use1 for washing windows wa tering gardens and lawns air sprinkling streets the use limited in vII cises to three hours per day for each hose 1000 This charge 10 be made whether tilt IIOSH is used for the whole or of the year No 8 Ornamental Fountains To lit used not more than four hours tier day For M onesixteenth inch diame- ler r00 For jet more than oiifsixteenlh anti nut over mieeightli inch diameter 1200 To e allowed to be used more thou four an not more than hours per day jet onesixteenth inch diame iiOO For jet mOIl tlian onesixteenth not over oneeighth inch diameter 000 All rile applying III the use of host apply also to the For filling cistern Marshal may use lire hose 500 to 1000 No 9 Stables Private Stables For one horse 100 additional horse 100 cattle each head 100 Livery Club or Boardinn Stables Meter Street Sprinkler Meter No 10 Steam Power Miter Motors for Powe- rlICindi jet per month 00 1Sincli per month 7 0- liindi jet per month 100- 0i1incli jet per month lro- sincli jOt per month Wsiter Lifters 0 Not allowed except in connection with general uses No Purposes Cubic yard of stone Thousand of brick at 10c Yards of plaster 1 Cubic yards of Cement Ic No Water 200 to gallons per day per 1000 gallons 00 to gallons per day Per 1000 gallons Oe looi to 2000 gallons per lay Per 1000 gallons c JOoO to oOOO gallons per day Per 1000 gallons 20c to 1000 gallons per day Per 1000 srallons ISc 000 to r000 gallons per lIar Per 1000 gallons l c- iOOO gallons and 10c Meters will be allowed only at the discretion of the Council and in no case where a meter used shall the annual charge lie less than the following For threequarter inch meters or less 2r0l- tfor oneinch meters 4 M For one and onehalfinch meters OOOC For twoinch meters 10000 For all uses not herein specified the rates shall be fixed by the Marshal If any consumer of water desires to use a meter he will be required to pay in advance for water to the i I I til s tet I I I S rail Will family r Oil CliO clue them 2Boarding SOo- t acn bed each bath 5Stores 1 water 7Hose hei- nZ hart Foil I tr VII fOil 11 taI I lat jt 11Building 12Metered SOIl 1 00I Ill i e tie tel h Ill I ill s Iii O I nell I 5Il lot ii tOt I J A I amount of at least 1600 to cover cost of meter ARTICLE Vllf Section 1 Tlie city reserves the right at oily time without notice to shut olt the water in their mains for pnrpose of making repairs or ex elisions or for other purposes and all persons having boilers within their iircinucs not supplied by tanks hInt d pending on the pressure in the pipes o keep them supplied hill hereby can tinned against dangar of collapse See 2 Sprinkling streets and lots iijl yards etc with hose is restricted so three hours per day See If proprietors of lumber yards manufactories halls hotels stores or public buildings who an regular customers from the works wish to lay large pipe with hydrant or lise coupling to used only in COSt of lire tly will permitted to con necl with till street main upon to the Marshal and under his direction at their own expense and will be alowed tilt use of whiter there from for lit purposes only Set 1 In no ease will service pipes lie allowed to run across lots that is from one lot to another hInt must be taken from the mains in front of the premises or some point on the street adjacent io same except as provided in Section 15 of Article IV AIITICLK IX Section 1 He it further ordaliu1 by City Council of the City of Lai distil tint it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to injure dam age molest obstruct or any way interfere with the system of Water Works or any part tliereof within the City of Lancaster or belonging to sail city or to injure damage molest or obstruct or in any way interfere with tilt pipes hydrants valves or any part thereof or in any way interfere with the machinery or buildings connected with said Water Works or any part thereof in City of Lancaster or iMInngiiic io sail oily and any per violating tilt provisions of tIlts section shall upon conviction iirt less than 500 nor more than l iOO or imprisoned not less than ten nor more than fifty days or so fine and iniprisone in disere tion of the Court or jury trying tli5 oise Sec 2 I shall be unlawful for anr iieison to go upon or tresspass upen till ground inside the inclosiire or fence at or around the lake or to throw upon the ground or in the hake any tilth rubbish or other material or shal in any way injure tile fence or grounds and any person who shall found guilty of a violation of tilts sec tion shali be untIl not less than nor m re than ltiOt Set It shall be unlawful for any person to take or carry away or use any water from any public or private hydrant fire plug or other fixture con nected with tile water mains except as provided in these ordinances and any person who shall be found guilty of a violation of this section shall be fined not leas than roo nor more than ooo Set Any person who shall b miilty of a willful violation of inn of these ordinances rules or regulations if the penalty be not otherwise pro vded for heroin shall lined not less than oil nor more than 00 See All ordinances or tarts ot ordinances in conflict with these or dinances hilt hereby repealed Jio M Duncan Mayor Attest Lmis L Hurnside City Clerk There is a general demand for well bred seed corn Every ueouraplii csec tiun of Initcd States where seal or climate conditions are distinctive needs one or more careful corn Intil the merits of a strain of corn and tile honesty of one who sells it are known farmers should pur eloise sparingly and insist on receiving the seed as ear corn Tlie most impur tunt character corn Chill pofsess is to produce can be increased by persistent selec tion of ears that have proved most productive Vitality is preserved by thoroughly hInd quite rapidly drying tile seek ears storing them where they will not bo exposed to damp attnos phere or sudden change of tempera tore Worthy of These Words In tie name uf thousands of unbro ken homes in which midnight handto hand tights with death have been foiiLlit and won in the name of thous amis of lives rescued from abnormality and made useful in the name of un shed tears and forestalled pain and hatlled death I dour my hat today to The Doctor May he never loire use for his own medicine May each mo nient of pain he has saved othersshine in the crown of lila life like a bright star May the children to whom he hills saved parents to whom he has saved children take tune to ac knowledge tlie doctors worth May lila patients pay him his bill And in the inevitable hour may a certain grim adversary recognize u noble foe and deal gently with the doctor W J C in Detroit News Jowl and Greens A prominent farmer of Wood ford county is mourning the los of a farm hand which came about in a rather unexpected way During time winter just passed regular canned stulTs have been on farmers board every lay One day last week good housewife thought she would have a change and accordingly sent the hired girl out to Ibid a mess of fresh greens These were prepared in such a way as is known only to Kentucky cooks and were served up the table with a luscious lump of hog jowl which the cook thought good enough to melt in the mouth When the family together with the lured man intO assembled a round the board the head of the fami ly having returned thanks at once be gan uo serve the tempting jowl and greens Each member gladly received a liberal portion but when it came Mr Farmhands time he declined with thanks Pressed fora reason for his re fusal which was incomprehensible to rest lie replied Mr S if I were to eat SOniC of that 1 could never look a hug in the face again without blushing If that is what you expect to feed me on just give me what you owe me and I will move on to some place where hog jowl and grass are not on the bill of fare With this he retired and all efforts to get him to remain were un availing Midway Clipper he 0 lit ill I Ill 1111011 hIll I I tIe ill lit SIll lIt lire I lIt h I lIt hIts SLIP lIt 5 t lie breeders lie large Tilis character parents imitl t lie lie lie lie Ill Black Hawk CORN PLANTERSP- lant three in a hill every time Roofing Guttering Plumbing years of Experience Harness See our line and we can sell you h 18 u Ii n h u h n finders end Mowers Hay Rakes and Twine Steel Water TroughsA- re Better Than Wood See Them Heavy Steel Cables together securely with stool wire in make the substantial solid handsome ELLWOOD FENCE istavs m shcs Electric and Famous CAPTOR STOVES See our line of Fisher Leaf Stoves Ranges ViflH MFFHi PAKFA IT HF 1 HITCH TO A NEW CHAMPION LOCK LEVER IY HARDWARE and STOVES Mantles Grates Tin and Graniteware Gasoline Enginesh It is correct in particular No waste material no weak place anywhere no foolishness ELLWOOD FENCE is all fence It does its all the holds stock securely outlasts neigh hors a fence and is guaranteed you by the largest and financially concerti in the e manu facturing There is ixi why you should not hiivi ELLWOOD FENCE Then is every reason why you should Car load of Ellwood Wire Fence just received scientifically time mhhh excuse to reason j your s congest Disc Harrows Wagons Corn Planters Champion Mowers and Binders Rakes Drills Plows and CULTIVATORS hn Ice Boxes Refrigerators Screen Doors Pumps for Cistern orWells 5to2Oft HARNESSBUGGIES and LANCASTER KENTUCKY We Guarantee Them Made in Louisville Kentucky t Haselden Bros