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CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 29 190G I 7 SEJETEENTII rrxrlt NU1I1J THE RECOB w- l iI 1 in 1- 4 nfN h fTWINfl lG I I ChaInIJion I OWflrs1j f Champion I I Hay Rakes s i Iq ii ASEf DEN II II I WtJwM WDJtWll RL DAVIDSON I Law Olncc over Police room Prompt Mention ru G CHRIS FARIS i R j s 1Jrtkers- a4 AtiorneyAt Court business wrrtr rrRr r Icl Dentist Once ever st rlJn q Thompo- nstoryPaurile O Focal Interest The Ore bell broke up many a good snooze Sunday afternoon Family dinner tickets at low prices for the fair at dimmers tf A large crowd attended court Mon day but business was dull In all branches A pair of spectacles were left in this olllceabout a week or ten days ago Come Jet em Rev C C Brown the new pastor of the Presbyterian church will preach Sunday morning and evening Remember you can get a splendid meal at immcrs on the fairgrounds for less than it costs you to prepare your lunch Millikcns minstrels gave a good per formance in their tent on Richmond street Saturday night The music and dancing was tins The L N will run another 8150 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Lancaster a few minutes after five and you have all day in the city The perfect order at the show grounds and in town Saturday night goes to prove what can be done when determined elTorts are put forth to en force the law The large barn of Mr T B Walker on Danville street caught lire about three oclock Sunday afternoon but the Hames were extinguished before much damage was done Dinner by Zimmer on the fair grounds Eat at these tables where every convenience and comfort is instead of lugging out a cold lunch The price of a regular dinner at these tables isvery small tf- i Their many friends extend deep sympathy to Mr and Mrs II Furr on the death their baby who after a lingering illness died Saturday night The child was nearly two years of age and the pet of all who knew her Another Sale Hughes Iud Swinebroad sold C Stormes homestead on Richmond avenue opposite J R Hasselden to Mrs M A Hamilton who will be gladly welcomed back to this city by her many warm friends The Old Tyler Dead Mr h T David on who has been tyler of the Masonic Grand Lodge for more than thirty years died at his home in Louisville last week He was known and loved by the craft and his death is deeply regretted He was well acquainted in this county having re sided at Bryantsyille some years ago I provided W of the C Jose Get in The Habit Of Visiting The Special Line White Goods and Lawns Just received and they are the swellest ever shown in Lancaster We take great delight in showing them to our patrons We call to the celebrated Grossett Oxfords SHOES FOR MEN This is the best brand on the market end we know you will be pleased with them Come to us for honestbar gains have no Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY i I 01 I I Iespecialattention and t I w 1 J If ro t I winx Cot yhivo44444G4ibF r e v r s w The Ladies Aid Society of Hubbh will give an ice cream supper Satur day night July 7th proceeds for the benefit of the church WnfHumber who killed Policeman George Pollard was brought before Judge Ford Saturday for examining trial He waived examination and was sent back to jail without bond to await action of the August grand jury Will Begin Work at Once The directors of tne Garrard Bank Trust Co met Monday and award ed the contract for building to Kenny Co of Danville and work will immediately A meeting is being held as we go to press for the purpose of selecting officers for the new K P Services The Knights of Pythias held memo rial services at the Methodist church Sunday night attended by a large con gregation of people The services were the continuation of the regular deco ration exercises which were by rain the Sunday previous Good talks were made by Eld F M Tinder Rev B F Nelson and lion R II Tomlin Special Train to Lancaster Fair The Land N will run a special train from Paris to Lancaster each day dur ing the Lancaster Fair The train leaves Paris at 805 each morning Winchester at 855 Richmond at 145 and arriving at Lancaster at 1055 The rate will be one fare plus twenty five cents for the round trip train will leave Lancaster at 5 oclock Dates July 18 19 20 Big Fair At Stanford The Stanford fair will be held July 12 13 14 and will be one of the very best in the state Young propressive men are at head of the enterprise and they have gone the limit in the way of big premiums and plenty of them Every convenience has been provided for the comfort of the people and you are certain of a good time and splen did entertainment Remember the 12 13 14 A Great Bargain We have a rich farm of 575 acres four miles from town and i a mile from Lexington pike on a good road on which a turnpike will soon be made as many is being raised for that pur pose for sale on easy terms at a low price It Is near a good school In a good neighborhood The land hemp tobacco or any other crop abun dantly and will soon pay the cost prices Hughes Swinebroad 2t Opening Ball at Crab Orchard The opening ball at the famous old Crab Orchard Springs will be held to morrow Friday night and a large crowd of people will attend There are quite a number of guests at the springs now and the season promises to be the best in recent years Capt and Mrs J B Willis have made many friends for the resort and the number of guests increases each year There is no disputing the fact that it is the most delightful resort in the South Thanks to Bro Walton Just as we began to bind the several thousand catalogues for the Lancas ter fair our binding machine broke and we were in the middle of a very bad fix One of the ollice fore was plac ed in a buggy and hotfooted to Stan ford where Bro Ed Walton in his usual bighearted way loaned us his ma chine and we worked night and day to make up lost time Cleverer men than Ed Walton dont exist and If the world was made up of men like he life would be more worth the living Real Estate Transfers There is some activity in real estate Hughes and Swinebroad sold the Joseph property on Stanford avenue to Dr J A Amon the Reid lot where the fire recently occurred to Dr G C Farris and the Fisher and Herring property on Richmond avenue to Mr W E Amon of Lincoln county father of Dr Amon We welcome Mr Amon and his family knowing that he is a good citizen and a perfect gentleman The three prices of property are very desirable and sold at reasonable prices Real Estate Sales In Harrodsburg Rue Currey sold this week for J 0 Dedman 31 acres on Mackville pike to Lytle Kays for 225 cash For Joe Y Vanarsdall his law office on Short street to W W Stephenson for 1350 cash For Mrs Nannie Witherspoon her dower interest in the Express Office building to W A Bottoms for 200 cash For Mrs W W Stephenson house and lot near Graded School to Joe Vanarsdall for 225 cash Six Per Cent Dividend At the annual meeting of The Building Loan Association held last week dividend of 6 was declared and a fair amount car reed to the surplus fund This Loan Association has been a great benefit to our people as 50 or 60 bouses have been paid for through it in small payments and Secretary J Hempbill says that he oan con vince anyone who will come to see him that they can pay for their houses by pacing the same amount they are now paying for rent The company nized for the of the instead of an investment and Is one of the few now doing business la the State I institution interrupted son passing Returning datesJuly will row Lancaster Build- Ing co b begin percent org town G M Siler is back from the moun tains after a number of laborers to work on the improvements being made by the L and N Railway lIe wants all the men he can get good wages in store for those who returned with him VltYANTHYILLE Mr T E Adams of Sharpsburg was here for a short visit Miss Ellic King of Lexington is guest of Mrs Eugene Berkele Mr Tom Dunn bought a horse from Mr Walker Burnside for 112 Master Will Flowers of Louisville is the guest of Master Jack Dunn Mr Robert Williams of Texas has been visiting his aunt Mrs Levi Mor ris Miss Allie Dunn left Monday to take a special at Ann Harbor Michi ganMessrs Hogan and Bryan Ballard spent Thursday and Friday in ton The Misses Boner entertained a few of their friends informally Monday eveningMr Campbell of Nicholasville has been the guest of Mr Walker BurusidJ Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster is spending a few days with her aunt Miss Levy Dunn Misses Tommie Sanders and Mary Evans of Nicholasville are the guests of Mrs W L Glass Mrs Mary Berkcle and Miss Edna Berkele are at home after a visit to relatives at Louisville Mr William Baughman of is one of the Home Comers who has been visiting relatives here Miss Annie Higginbotham has re turned home after a very pleasant visit to friends at Lexington Miss Mattie Boner visited in Jes samine last week and attended the Home Coming at Nichalasville Wed nesday Messrs Milton Nathan and Julian Elliott of Lexington have been visit ing their brother Dr W M Elliott for a few days Messrs McClure of Noblesville Ind and Wiley of Missouri were among the Home Comers who visited here last week Misses Ruth Marty of Cincinnati and Marion Muster of Jeirersontown are expected Tuesday fora visit to the Misses Marit Mr and Mrs Lcist and daughter of Michigan City Ind and Mr Toe Ilasel den of Lancaster spent last week with Mr and Mrs Sam Hasclden Those present were Misses Maggie Tomlinsoi Ethel West Anna Kay Jenkins and Mittie Dunn Messrs Herbert Kinnard W B Burton R L Davidson and John Ray Mrs John Bryant entertained a few of her friends at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs J X Dunn and daughters Marla and Hazel Mrs C C Becker entertained Monday in their honor The supper given by the Masons Saturday night was a success in every way Quite a large crowd attended and a very nice sum was realized The proceeds will be given to the Masonic home at Miss Maymc Lee Ballard intertwined a few of her friends very pleasantly at a six oclock dinner Wednesday even ing Miss Ballard was assisted in en tertaining by her brother Mr Hogans Ballard Cover laid for ten Mrs X Dunn and children of New Mexico are visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Dunn was delighted to get back home and her many friends were glad to welcome her several dinings have been given in her honor LOWELL Mr Dan Smith is quite sick at this writingMiss Spratt spent last week with Miss Clara Smith ofCartersville Miss Cora Belle Hurt visited Mrs Clara Bettis of Lancaster last week Mr and Mrs Walter Smith of Jellico and Mrs Jess Parks visited Mrs Will Hurt Sunday Mr Ray Mannus had the misfortune to lose a very valuable horse last week with the lockjaw Mrs Robert Brown and son visited her sister Mrs John Lawson of Flat wood Saturday and Sunday Mrs Richard Brown and little daugh ter lola are spending a few weeks with her father below Lancaster Mrs Nannie Daily and beautiful daughter Miss Jaily Newland from Kansas City is visiting her father Mr John Harden Mrs W F Parks will serve ice cream cake and sherbert at her home Satur day afternoon June 30 for the benefit of the Paint Lick Christian church We make a specialty of honing razors and guarantee perfect satisfaction tf Duncans Barber Shop We handle the celebrated Lowneys candies and receive fresh stock every few days Zimmers tf Important Notice When our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle with him as we need the money Please remember that there Is expense to sending out a collector and dont require him to call the second Haselden Bros r being the Lon Missouri ville Roswell attaChed I course Shelby were time s r J A Beazley Undertaker r I 4rterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock fJndertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 WmHcrudon lien I llcriidon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky over Stormes drug store Special Bargain We have a farm containing 143 acres of highly productive land 21 miles from Lancaster on a turnpike for sale at the low price of 50 per acre well fenced and watered Improve melt good large tobacco barn etc 3t Hughes Swinebroad An Ideal Vacation Trip To Yellowstone Park Personally Conducted Spend your money in this country Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou Pikes PeakGrand River Canon Royal George Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and CI days in wonderful Yellowstone park Cost of Trip Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special sleepers will leave Louisville night of July 2rth For full particulars write J H Gallagher 1907 ISnrret Avenue Louisville ij rr Fr rI 1mI O ice ill rn rn I m i I rn I f rr I It Il I IJ 1 f Special Sale Embroidered Shirt Waist Patterns These are the very latest styles and will save you money and much labor During this sale you will be able to buy Shirt Waist Patterns at the following low prices 69c 89c 100 125 169 Everyone a Big Bargain We have an extensive line of Ladies and Childrens SUPPERS LOW iJJTS See our Cheap Counter full of good shoes at way down prices Our line of mens Hosiery inclndes all the newest creations Logan Dry Goods COM PA NY Iitllif I 01l I I 7mand l gr 8rIJ J J i E3 r El Ev- ii THEoID F3 F3 l a E3 JL Theres a swing and dash to these newDouble Breasted Suits t I 000 SEick b cant but appeal to knowing dressers The coat long with wallproportioned shoulders and large shapely lapels The trousers are gracefully pegged and made in plain or turnup style And the clothes as well as they look because of the thoroughly good tailor ing thats put into em There are sevcraldozsn fa brics of the newest designs to choose from And just 10 y We can save you money on Hats and Furnishing Goods H T LOGANThe House of Quality THAT willwear shoes i li 1 L T y it rorx r Wanted WHEAT CORN and HAY Get my prices before you sell I heave the quality and my prices are right Take of the hot weather prices And stock your coal it will be higher later I handle all kinds of Feed and Field Seeds Salt in 5 and 7 bushel barrels and 300 Ibs sacks Bitlards ObaliskFlour in barrels and half barrels BANKS HUDSON i n IIII III III HtIfN u n COAT a I advantage I I I 1 McCORMACK Sole agents for AMERICAN FENCE Moil nt El kin z XD RAKES V Twine Binders Mowers Twine J We have just received a nice line of PICTURES We will give you your choice for every twenty dollars worth of goods bought of us for cash We have a fine line of I FURNITUREon hand at right prices Call and see and be convinced J C ROBINSONP J B COLLIER Salesman The approach of Spring suggests House Painting OUR LINE this year IS THE BEST GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING Stormes Drug Store Lime and Cement Pure Anderson County WHISKEY IS OUR SPECIALTY We sell in quantities not less than a quart GIVE US A TRIAL Both phones 291 Main St next door to Spears Lyons stable J H TKAYNOR Co Nicholasville MAY MAY DAY YOUR MOVE The move should be to emphasize the importance of rent insur ance Destruction of rented building means loss rental Income Protection against such loss is important for all and is a positive duty in the caseof trusteesexeciAorsadminWtrator8 and guardians J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co 1 I fRAMED Ia III I I r 11m I fi E rtii I JIJII 1JtA1 N a AI I I 1 JIVI1WiJJl1ft1f1T 1l1l J11lTuT 1TUTti11ft1jJl1WijJl1WTJI I of me QneNo l BeslgenseNo 7 tt iottfz rr Jf a a I a i Fan onecan call Y 1i J CENTRAL RECORD Isaiued Weekly OneDollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered al the Post OJStr in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Jnnc 29 1906 While the country is making faces at the grafter and the law is getting after himexcept in the case of one or two distinguished members of that pro fession who have a superabundance of money one writer rises and in a few simply terms mildly extols him in the following language the writers name is withheld for some reason probably because he was a grafter himself and did not propose to give himself away We should not be too hard on the graft He may have his good points Often he loves his family and fre vuently he needs the money we should remember after all that his greatest crime consisted in being caught While graft is a monster of such horrid mien that to be hated needs but to be seen we should remember that about as good a way to get a list of those who would embrace it if they got the chance when no one was look ing would be to read the city directory One thing that ails us all Is that we was made of the same kind of clay that went to the well too often and while we should denounce graft wherever it appears and punish the grafter when he is caught yet we should be thankful if without offense ourselves that no opportunity to graft ever came around making googoo eyes at us Again once again the cry from Kan sas is for laborers to help reap the abundant crops What ho Hobo where are you Why are not your weary footsteps turned Kansasward where work is plenty and food and raiment abundant But Kansas is not the only employer seeking for Help in va rious industries Tine cry for help comes from many quarters The demand for labor skilled and unskilled has never before been greater The idle man is not forced into idleness man can get work to do if he The tales of the tramps at the back door of no work to do are simply lies for a meal The country is wondrous ly prosperous The Ilarrodsburg Herald says good natured people are a blessing wher ever they be They may not set the world on lire they may not make the most money hut they leave an aroma of happiness in their wake that is bet ter than anything in this work To feel good toward your fellows and to be able to express that feeling at the prop er time and as often as need be is a gift more precious than gold or It is also as rare as great riches It is claimed by those who figured on the result of late legislation in Ohio that the state has lost 3220000 by im posing a tax on saloons At least 3220 saloons have gone out of business in consequence of the tax and of course the state does not get the money No the state does not get the money but it gains in morality and much saving by the people besides the lessening of crime and misdemean ors such as the saloons seem to foster In the end the state will gain largely if not immediately A St Louis woman is suing for di vorce because her husband showed too great a fondness for one of the domes tics in the home The wife is certainly showing herself lacking in appreciation for servant girls are hard to keep and her husband was probably only his mite to the happiness of the girl It has been remarked by a philosoph er that the richest a community is not he who has most money This can be verified in every community Some men com parativelY poor in worldly wealth are rich as cream in the best and highest lights of human experience Higher and higher goes the price of plain straw hats for men Some of them now cost 10 and they are not Panamas either The women think the price is outrageous and that no married man at least should indulge in such ex travagance It is becoming quite fashionable for housewives to do their own cooking thats why they go bare armed They are forced into the exercise one practicing this enforced economy is enjoying better health than ever before Employers of labor assert that men employs are more dependable more conscientious than men why it maybe supposed so many are taking the places of men in various vocations If these waists into general use the men will have to wear blinders such as once were put on horses to keep them from becom log frightened by objects at the side Owing broken water main Cin clnnatl had a water famine the other day No serious inconvenience resulted however as the merely in creased their delivery capacity Too many girls wear short slerves who do not look to the condition of their elbows Many an otherwise s i f a and Ry r I 01 ii f g 1000 IL j 1 l r jewels I II ij U contributing r and observer II WOo women peek toa Lane ter v ev 1 ma And e boo come breweries 4- t 4L cit tithe very ands ret ty or afm Is soiled by an olbow cap that like a piece of bark A young woman discourses in the New Yourk Globe of The value of a smile and a malevolent western answers that the price is 15 cents two for a quarter That California bachelor who gave 4000 shirt waists to the women of S n Francisco must not bemade fun of by either married or single men BEUNA VISTA Miss Ura Poor was in Ilarrodsburg Saturday J B Robinson bought of J F Ruble milk cow for 25 Mr Will Terril of Missouri attended church here Sunday Mr James Smith left last week for Davenport Oklahoma Mr Blakeman of Missouri has been visiting his near here Howard Lane of Richmond is the guest of his sister Mrs Marshall Scott lien Spillman and wife of Danville spentSunday with Mrs Mary Spiliman Albert Skinner bought of Dr Free man of Burgin one bay mare for 117 50 Will Scott and family spent Sun day with Mrs Scotts mother near Bur Kin Miss Alice Scott has returned from extended visit to relatives at Lex Rev EJ Terri of Salvisa passed through here last week and called up on friends Mrs John Daugherty and little son of Lexington are at her fathers Mr Thos Christopher Some of our young people attended the Masonic supper at Bryantsville Saturday evening MAHKSKUHY Rev Wm Stallings will preach at the Fork Sunday at 1030 Miss Vansant of Ilarrodsburg is spending the week with Miss Bessie Bolton John Ilendren o f Madison county was the guest of K P Cobb last week Mr Jim Buster Jr of Harrodsburg was the pleasant visitor of Mr Robt Master Roland and Millard Kemper are spending tne week with Mrs Margaret Sutton and family Miss Elizabeth Simpson is appointed as a from the Grove Endeavor- to the meeting on the 20th Miss Annie Steel Cook is over from Lexington with Misses Lula and Liz zie Simpson for quite a while Miss Mayme Underwood of Hubble was the pleasant guest of Miss Mary Chesnut a few days last week Miss Bessie Gulley Mrs Aic Rice and daughter Stella were the guests of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Sunday Mrs M C Green and children and Guy of Lexington returned home Tuesday after a very pleasant visit to relatives Misses Minne Johnson of Lancaster and Mary Kemper attended church here Sunday and dined with Miss zie Marksbury Rev Robinson of London preached a good sermon to a large audience on last Sunday morning at the Fork and dined with L D Chesnut Mr Carpenter will fill his at the Grove next Sunday and preach a special sermon for the Endeavor SocietySunday evening Mr N H Bugle leaves this week for Marksbury Ala to spend several days and his wife who has been there for some time will accompany him home NINA Shearer brothers bought Mis Adkinson 10 nice shoats at G cts Mr Hugh Gaylor and family of attended church here last Sunday Mr Hugh Gayler bought of several parties here last several nice shoats at cents Our disrtict school will begin next Monday morning let all the children be sure to come the first day Anderson and Lawson were here last week and bought of Joe Ross 4 heifers at cts and one cow at 3 cts Mr and MrsMatMoore of Paint Lick visited Mrs Moores parents Rev and Mrs Foleys last Sunday and attended church here Freedom Sunday school received literature for next quarter Let all be present Sunday evening at 3 oclock and get their lesson sheets On last Sunday morning Mr Sy Creechs faithful saddle and harness horse died He had carried the mail many time but he has gone the way of all the earth Robt Adkinson of Missouri who has been away from Kentucky for 50 years returned during Home Coming and is at his brothers our good friend and neighbor George Adkinson Mr Ad kinson nothing looks the same he knows no one and but few know him Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Willis gan retired Commissary Sergeant of Rual Concord N H says I was two yearsin Cuba and two years in the Philippines and ject to colds 1 took Dr Kings New Dis for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now In Hampshire we find it the best medl cine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung es Guaranteed at R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c and SLOO bottle free im J i eal looks editor an ington Fox Snuday de I agate LIz appointment Christian o f Madison fit 3 T Mor USA cover C c i one relatives DIr week Router bein di t a grub New seas Trial he for for er to a G HERBERT VREELAND For Secretary of State So much encouragement has been given Herbert Vreeland our present active and progressive young Com missioner of Agriculture to utTer him self again as a candidate for a State office that after mature consideration has decided to become a candidate Secretary of State It certainly looks like he has won for himself the backing of the farmers of Kentucky whatever he may seek and In re cognition of his efforts in their behalf since his election as State Commission thousands of them have urged him offer for another State otlice since the Constitution makes him ineligible for reelection Mr Vreeland has an complished something in an olllce that was created for the farmers but which has been of very little benefit to them and it is refreshing to the Democrats of Kentucky when they find public servants who devote all their time and through to fulfilling the duties ol their olllce with energy and intcili gence Mr Vreeland is the youngest of the present State officials and until the last State election had never been a candidate for office Although it was his first appearance he won his nom ination for Commissioner of Agrlcul ture by a majority of 20000 next to the largest majority received by any candidate in the State primary al though opposed by two prominent j candidates who made most vigorous campaigns Mr Vreeland has a person i acquaintance probably not surpassed by any other young man in Kentucky extending to scores and hundreds in every one of the 110 counties in Ken lucky lie is a brother of John Veerland publisher of the FarmerV Home Journal and at the head of the Democratic Executive Committee iii Louisville andJefferson county and of Graham Yecrland managine editor of the CourierJournal who for ten years was the Legislative correspon dent of the CourierJournal at fort The Democratic nominations for State offices will be made again by State primary in November and Mr Vreeland has begun an active cam paign Up to the present time he has no opposition City AnOrdinauce to regulate the currying moving delivering transfering or dis tributing of liquors in the City of Lancaster Ky The City Council of the City cf Lan caster Kentucky do ordain as fol lows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any j person or persons individual oi cjrporatiou public or private carrier to bring into transfer to other person o r persons corporations carrieror agent deliver or distribute in the City of Lancaster Kentucky any spirituous vinous or other intoxicating liquor regardless of tint name by which it may be called and this orui nance shall apply to all pack ales o f such intoxicating liquor whether broken or unbroken 1rovi ded individuals bring into the City of Lancaster Kentucky upon their person or as personal bag and for their private use suet liquors in quantity not exceed one gal and provided the provisions of this ordinance shall not ti licensed physicians or druggist to whom any public my deliver such gouda in unbroken packages in quantity nut to exceed live gallons al time Sec 2 Each package of such spiri tuous vinous malt or other intoxicat ing liquor regardless if the name b winch it may be called whether en or unbroken packages brought into and transferred to other person cor poration carrier or agent delivered or distributed in the City of Lancaster Kentucky shall constitute a seperate offense Sec 3 Any person or persons in dividual or corporation public or pri vate the provisions of this ordanance shall be deemed guil ty of violating the Local Option law and be lined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense Sec 4 And the place of delivery of such liquors shall be held to be the place of sale Provided further That the provisions of this ordiance shall only apply to common carriers corpor individuals who usually carry freight or goods for firm common carrier corporation or individual who pay for con vcylng vinous malt or spirituous shall be deemed a violator of the provisions of this ordiance MayorAttest An Ordinance concerning keeping Disorderly Houses in the City of Lan caster Ky and fixing a penalty for violation thereof The City Council of the City of Ky do ordain as follows That it shall be unlawful for any person to keep a disorderly house with in the of the City of Lancaster and any person the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not less than one nor more than onehundred dollars or not less than one or more than fifty days or both so tined and imprisoned in the discretion of he court or jury trying the case J M Duncan Mayor Attest C W West Clerk Teachers Institute The white teachers of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard Counties will meet in Joint Institute Ky Aug to 11 190G The Institute will be con ducted by Dr R U Roark of Worcesterl Mass and MrsEE Olcolt Danville Ind All teachers holding certificates who are expecting to teach at any time must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the County Superintendent The Colored Teachers Institute will be held al Lancaster Ky Sept 3 to 8 i90G All teachers holding certificates and who are expecting to teach at must attend this Institute unless excused by the Co Supt The white teachers examination will be held at office of Co Supt the 15th and 10th of this month The Coloied teachers examination will be held at office of Co Supt the 22 and 23 of this month MlttleA Dunn I L I I n j j I j I J i Odinances I I gave I anyone I I I I Jor liquors Lancaster imprisoned at Stanford I I anytime I I I tot io wu R Frank n J Ev yFx r 5 j 5 i j I j We have the best pure Sisal Binder Get our prices on it Jet us sell you a tit ti I Ja2 II Twine r J Deering Binders N MOWERJu- streceived car load of Kokomo Wire Fence the best on the market HAY What about a have them A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUGGIES Old Hickory Wagons Chem Romans EIrnore OR I c we Ii t M RAKE Z r- r Q it- 1EW TriCbr ma t 1 II tiPi r1 Pr61 r 1 Writes in three culJrs with but iJ ribun o other typewrttr Q des Yata be fr 6 litre this Correspondence Intricate Tabular Work Statistical Work Statement Work Legal Documents Library Indexing Wholesale Billing- If you would like to see the newest invention in the type writer world call us up on the phone 134 4th t Cincinnati Ohio I I I a I g I I I TheSmith Premier Typewriter Go v Iff IIrB114nIIIu tl1I t 7Hr1 oL THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXY President- J E STOKUES Vice Prest- S C DEVXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Oookkccpcr DIRKCTOUS Saml DCochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes DennyS C SafE IKeep Your Moues e Solicit Your BusiuESS E L Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick Woods INCORPORATED We offer you fair treat ment with every accom that is consistent with conservative Banking modat ion CAPITA I6ooooo SURPLUS 600000 M COY RL ARNOLD ROGUVN JS BURROWS J B WOODS E L rooDS W C DIPPCCrOR9 IIJtFISH are Fully Protected Fidelity and CasualitY p H Our customers bY Insurance jitt tartS McRobsarts Drug Store Paint Paint Now is the for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint The cost of applying a cheap paint is the same as a good one Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone and is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used in Painting FRISBIES DRUG STORE SOLD BY I Paint I tim I I I I I t i1 I J b IlI v rdELD RANn T5 SHIELD our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit Paints Oils Varnishes Etc Phone 125 Main ji iasiW DANViLLE Ky 1 Sucha perfect combination only be found at j i G1bbo s ayi5 i T can street M e eti WiLL WIAI CLOTHING MENS YOUTHS and BOYS SUITS Tn3 m 3t economical to buy because they are b3tter made and fit more perfectly than oth3r suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label On the Collar For sale by R LANCASTER I H BAT 1 u 1 I 1 Try your at guessing on the Jar of Beans at Davidson 50 Dinner Setto the nearest I to second and One Dollar to five next nearest e L G DA VIDSON I LfJj 0 J fj0 1fij 1 JLJI Jfl1i n u B ST PAINT VALUE 1 Are you 0 1 ability 0 0 0 1 t f o 5OOnGroceries o i = Covers Most j Looks Lest V ears Measure Always Uniform Most Full Economical Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right J H Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Iraenti and Tombstones We are prepared to do the very best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work for our friends anywhere in the county FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan ville pile miles from Lancaster J G HENDRICKSON CASTORTOT Infants and Children mi Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears the Signature of SURE SAFE S SPEEDY s4 1011 fewwiftfcfcUVH H BMEUMH1SHC wunrrf with M nettle in 3 DAYS I RHEUMATISM CURE g Sold brOnuuists Also sold by P P FRISBIE Druggist 2 IA nob SSSCo tolumb 0 0- ThalISfBYfIQIByetctaitrratklf MD Ms4ri- Y tt All Roads Lead to ELKS FAIR at Winchester JULY 2526 This will be their Biggest Fair Big Premiums Big Crowds Everything new and up to date Three days of solid fun Reduced rates on all railroads Dont forget the dates JULV 25 26 27 19O6 i the o f I I 1 I I I I Special Sale Having decided to quit business I will have a 31 cheap sale Saturday at which time every 5 tiling in the house goes 6 at your own price J 3 Fine Hats Corsets Novelties Etc is Heres chance for Genuine jg Bargains lILLfti We are making a specialty of White Duck Hats this week Come see the prettiest line in Central Kentucky f Ada M Kinnaird Miss Noels old stand Rich mond street PHONE 180 Solicits a share of the of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado Node but the strongest and best Companies rep resented and the ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaiaea Hotel JfflfijJl rfidYl MJlfJ 0 0 I fa ISALLIE D Ifi I I I I I I I I I I nana a aa aaa au aaco ooo ce patronage tt Q Q- QSaturdiiv t ooovooooe o0oooo0aooooo00000 00000000 01iearenA erag Old Line V 1 f Gossip About People N M v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Mrs R G Ward of Cincinnati is Mrs John Magee Miss LavInia Pope of Lexington is visiting relatives here It E Embry entertained the B B Club Tuesday afternoon Mr John limbry of Lexington Is visiting Mr Harry Anderson McClure of Crab Orchard Is visiting Lancaster friends Mr Tom Miller of Knoxville is visit Log his aunt W Miller Mrs G C Farris has returned from a visit to relatives in Kirksvillc Misses Margaret and Joan Mount have returned from Covington Mr and of Lexington are guests of Mr William Pope Mr Goodloe Lackey returned Satur day to his home in Kansas City Mr Graham Price and wife of were visitors here Monday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been visiting Miss Mr T Rice wife and baby have been visiting Mrs Carrie Davidson Miss Margaret Ilacklev of George town was with relatives this week Logan Smith has accepted a position in C C and J E Stormes Drug Store Mr John Leaven of St Louis has been visiting Mr S T Leavell and son Mr and Mrs Mershon of Texas is visiting the family of Mr John Walter M Farra is in Covington visit ing her sister Mrs George McRoberts Mrs Wade Terrill of North Carolina has been visting Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr Joe Falconer wife and children of Middlesboro are visiting relatives hereMr John C Moss las returned from a visit to Middlesboro and Williams burgRev Charles Reid of Middlesboro has been visiting his sister Miss Julia Reid Miss Mary Format of Macon Ga is again with her aunt Mrs Joe Fal conei Mr John Lane of Buena Vista has been visiting her sister Mrs J I Little Miss Ellen Burnett of Louis yule is visiting her uncle Dr William BurnettMrs G Anderson is visiting her daughter S Bowman of Lewis county B Shelton wife and little daughter of Lexington are visiting W II Pope Eugene and Elizabeth Tankersly of Hamilton Ohio are visiting Clay PumphreyMiss Lee Denny left Tuesday for Missouri to spend several mouths with relatives Pumphrey has returned home after a visit to her daughters in Hamilton Ohio Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman of Nicholasville are guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West Ed Walton the hustling editor of the uptotheminute Interior Journal was here Monday Mrs Alex West was the guest of Mrs James A Dudderar of Stanford sever al days last week Rev II N Falconer and family of Philadelphia are visiting the family of Mr W B Mason Mrs II A B Marksbury has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs A 11 Rice of Louisville Mesdames Bragg Thompson and Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard were in Lancaster Sunday Mr Banks Hudson wife and little Porter Scott Hudson were visit ors in Paint Lick Sunday Mrs Anna Doty and bright little son James of Millersburg arc guests of Mr Alex Doty and family Mrs Alexander Kennedy and laugh er Mis Gussie of Lexington are guests of Mrs Banks Hudson R L Anderson left for home Tues day morning after ten days visit to his mother Mrs Susan Anderson Lewis West has returned to Wash ington D C after a visit to his moth er Mrs Jennie West Stanford ave Mr and Mrs Albert Leist who have been guests of relatives here returned this week to their home in Illinois Mr and Mrs Linzie Clark and pretty little daughter Sallie Marie spent last week with her sister T Smith Elmore left Tuesday for several months visit to relatives in Richmond Paris Ilarrodsburg and Frankfort Randolph Harris wife and little daughter Katharine of Huston ville have been guests of Mr and Mrs E W Harris of Terre Haute Ind and Mrs Geo Spoonamore of Stanford were the guests of Miss Mar garet Zanone last week MrsF P Frisbie entertained the Embroidery Cluh very delightfully the the past week The club met Mon day afternoon with Mrs J B Jennings Miss Tantiie Austin is at thesprings W Ib II airs Mrs J Mrs Shelton Danville Katie Sinipsun Z Mrs J Hamilton MN J Mr C Mrs J W MiSs Miss Norma MrJ MrE T Spoonamore e visit- Ing Mrs Siba Miss Sallie r on a vacation Mr and Mrs W H Ward spent Sun day at Dripping Springs Misses Della and Nina Pcty of Tel lien are visiting Mrs G M Siler Miss Cordie Hamilton of Middles horn is visiting her mother In this cityMr Steve Estes of Crab Orchard was visiting his sister Miss Mattie Estes Monday Messrs W O Rigney and J A Beazley attended the meeting of the State Funeral Directors Association at Lex ington this week lion Lewis L Walker attended the meeting of the State Bar Association in Winchester this week Col E II Gaithre of Ilarrodsburg and lion Robt larding of Danville have been here this week taking de positions in an important law suit Mrs F W Miles and son Solon of El Dorado and R E Rowland and daughter Fahy of Huttig Ark are visiting Mr and Mrs Solon 15 Henry Mr George B Harris who has a splendid positioiras telegraph operator at McKinncy Texas is lucre lor a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris W R Bronnock and wife of Pleasant Hill Mo are visiting relatives and friends in Lancaster Mrs Bronnock Miss Jennie Arnold and resided in Lancaster sumo years ago She is a near relative to the Robinson family Sharpsburg New At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Citizens Bank last week T E Adams was Cashier for an other year Under his the business of the bank has steadily increased which speaks well for his ability as Cashier A very enjoyable occasion was the birthday party given by Mr Frank Pierce at his home near Hiattsville The decorations were very pretty and the refreshments delightful Those present were royally entertained and will long remember the hospitable given them Hopkinsville Kentuckian Mrs R E McRoberts of Lancaster Ky former ly Miss Annie Ware is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs R W Ware by her bright and pretty young daughter Miss Lettie Mc Roberts who graduated this month from the Lancaster high school Mr Robt E Hughes of Louisville carne up to attend the marriage of his brother Saufley Mr Hughes who is secretary of the Louisville Com mercial Club is one of the best known and most popular young men in the Falls City and is making good in every undertaking He has the pluck and energy to succeed anywhere Aunt Susan Anderson had the most remarkable Home Coming we ever knew Eight of nine living children ate dinner with her Sunday R L Anderson of Cass Co Missouri Mrs Mary Harris of Indianapolis Indiana Mrs M M Miller and Mrs J C Voris of Lexington Ky Mrs Cyrus Daly of Marksbury Mrs Dollie Brown A T and Miss Amanda Anderson of this city His many friends among the news paper men are congratulating Mr J H Downard the poplar representative of the Louisville Paper Co who was re cently to Miss Cates a popular young lady of Louis ville Mr Downard enjoys the friend ship of the paper men as his square dealing gentlemanly bearing efforts to give them a share deal in every transaction is deeply Among the social events of the past week was the dance given at the Odd Fellows Hall by the Senior Hop Club A Richmond orchestra discoursed good music and it was one of the most delightful dances of the season The young ladies who participated in the dance were Misses Mamie Lil lard Cerona Dunn Bell Schoollield Nellie Long Louise Batterton Ruth Hall Mable and Maud Martin of Mary Forman of Macon Ga Mary Lackey of Kansas City Annie Bronaugh and Ha Holdman of Crab Orchard Angie Kinnaird Annie Hem don Louise Kautlman and Jessie Doty of Lancaster Mesdames Banks Hudson and Herbert Price Miss Anne Wallace Francis daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Janes B Francis of Paint married Wednesday af ternoon at 250 oclock to Mr F Saulley Hughes the ceremony being perform ed by Rev II N Faulconer in the of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties The rooms had artistic decorations of smilax palms and potted plants All the were in hannony with the pret tiest of home weddings The bride wore an elegant blue Panama suit trimmed in baby Irish lace Her hat was a tuskin straw trimmed in blue to match suit The bride is a most estimable and lovely young woman and enjoys the admiration of a wide circlo of friends in this city The bride groom is the popular son of Judge and Mrs M D Hughes and is held in esteem in this city A very large number of pretty and costly gifts were received After a two weeks trip to Torrent the newly married couple will be at home on Richmond An Alarming Situation requently results from neglect of clog ged and torpid liver until becomes chronic This condi thou is unknown to who USe Kings New Life Pills time best ana gentlest regulatory f Stomach and l by R E Me r reelected administration entertainment accompanied Anna Bernetta and appreciated Danville Llckwas presence Guarant rtsdrugist i 1 Pi I I was unanimously married arrangements Avenue bowels constipation those u Price 25c Im a 4A V k For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Kerns Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Carefully collected reports indicate that the winter wheat yield this year will be at least fair Only a wet har vest season remains as a possible draw backHere is something that is worth many dollars to every farmer to know Sprinkle lime in your stock tank and not a particle of scum will form on the water When the lime loses its strength scum will begin to form which may be twice during theseason wash out the tank and repeat the dose It is cheap nut only harmless but whole some keeps the water sweet and saves the live stock R T Stone a miller of Springfield Mo after making a trip of 1000 miles over the wheat area of Kansas his conviction that Kansas will not raise over CO000000 bushels of wheat this year lIe allows Missouri 20000 000 hushels Teis 10000000 Oklaho ma 20000000 to 2T000000 bushels It is his opinion that Oklahoma is the bright spot in the whole situation If his figures are correct the total of these States will be H000000 bushels aginst 127000000 bushels a year ago At Rock Valley Iowa Walpole Bros recently sold at auction four Short horn bulls at an average of 16750 and 53 females at at average of S1G20 A Shorthorn cow in Nebraska comes to the front as the champion butter producer As a general purpose all round animals for farm purposes it is hard to beat the Shorthorn At a sale of Aberdeen Angus cattle held recently at Storm Lake Iowa 87 females averaged 10110 and 17 bulls averaged S23 SO The cattle sold were from the herd of the late Win Miller A Chicago woman has brought dis credit upon the poultry business by supplying her city customers with eggs at high prices alleged to be fresh from the farm which had really been bought from cold storage for a mere trille It is pleasant to know that the sheriff is after her and thus may the honest hen be vindicated from a woman Regarding the use of coaltar in the life of posts used for fencing on a farm a partical farmer who has made full trial says Coaltar used in this way greatly increased the durability of such posts It is applied to the lower end of the posts The tar acts as an an tiseptic also repellant of moisture It would pay to treat the posts in this way at 7 a barrel for it is not alone the cost of new posts but also the labor of replacing old ones that is savedIn years the dour used by farmers was made from wheat raised by themselves and ground at the local mills the miller taking a portion of the grist in pay for the grinding Of late years the farmers have generally sold their wheat and bought their Hour But some have continued on the old plan The last Legislature passed a law limiting the amount to be taken as toll to oneseventh The millers think this is not enough and at the meeting of the Miller Association at Lexington it was decided to dis continue the practice of custom for toll We are likely to pay attention to farm productions when the prices for them are high and then neglect those productions when they sell low An old farmer who has noticed this and who thinks well of clover strongly advocates the regular growing of this crop He says that the first growth clover well cared for and cut In June makes the best of hay The second crop is to be cue during the first half of September when the heads are only onehalf browned Three to four bushels of seed is a fair product per acre This added to the value of the hay or first cutting will usually pay well A Happy Eason of Chicago who has been spending a pleasant week with his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J A Pane enjoyed a happy reunion with all his cousins that could be brought together last Sunday among them were Mr and Mrs J C Eason Mr and Mrs John William Mr and Mrs Penal ton Cox and two children Mr J W Eason and family Mr Daniel Eason and family consisting of his wife sort daughter and fatherinlaw Elisha Fillord eightlyfour years old and many o her friends but not cousins lIe took train for Lexington a few days his two sons there and then return to his business in Chicago taking with many pleas ant memories and many treasures and souvernirs of his old home gifts of his friends and leaving with his aunt a picture of his family in a group pronounced by all the most beautiful picture they had ever seen The Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and well known resident of Blaffton lad says 1 regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel trowble I make this statement after having used the remedy In my family for several years i am never without it This remedy is almost sure to be needed before the summers is over Why not buy It now and be prepared for such an emer gency For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m u dishonest asa VisitIMr R time mort g where lme will spend wI him expresses recent grinding Monday h w lYs The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of ami has been his per ffl 1 sonal supervision since its infancy ff U i Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants arid Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss It cures Diarrltma and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years I TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING I We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices We would like to explain to you the working of a system of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros ti c i mae U11lcr Justusgoad are Paregoric THr CENTAUR COMAN TT URRAYSTECT NEW CITY TfftflTUUfltfl1f n n E i a I i r I lr YORK kJwE I R tow Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise are made by artists not by amatures We know how to jycture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old STUDIO Y LEAVELL President WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 SOf LANCASTER CAPITAL SURPLUS 4 B F HUDSON Cashier W O Ci NKr Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y teayell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson O Beautiful Photographs finisha THE fOX LEWIS J J C NATIONAL BANK KY- i 0 10 fjl I J J Walker T M Arnold j I I i Uw Je1ITIZIN I S p r That Smooth Finishi So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LaundryIf UNORY Phones202 51 W Main Lexington CQSBY Agent Lancaster Kentucky cr Irit VAN LOGAN E k tt KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery OUGHSari 60cft190OLDS Free Trial LB3 orMOKEY EAOX Quickest Cure all arid LUNG I l1t WITh FOR Sureat and fo TROAT T 1 T ttL MILLIONS IN BENEVOLENCE What Was Given Last Year as Com with Other Heaviest Givers Benevolent gifts of 55000 and up wards made within the United States during the year 1005 amounted to n total of GG000000 This is the calcu lation of the Chicago RecordHerald which for several years has made a specialty of collecting these figures In previous years the record has run as follows 1900 47000000 1901 the banner year of all history in human generosity 107000000 1902 94000 000 1903 95 00000 1904 62000000 That the Masters rules of benevolence have a strong power over the present generation says the Interior appears to be indicated by the extraordinary fact that onethird of all these larger donations during the year were Mr Carrcgie gave 14000000 of the total Mr Rockefeller nearly 12 000000 More than half 37000000 was devoted to education Galleries and museums received 7000000 and 5000000 wlfile equal amount went tomisccIhuico4 charities Over 4000000 was contributed to special forms of church work and to church buildings in addition to 2000000 spe daily designed for foreign missions Of course the total benevolent gifts 5000 if it was possible to collect the statistics would vastly outweigh even this impossible showing in church work MEET NEXT AT ROME Worlds S S Convention to Be Held in Eternal City in May of 1907 The next Worlds Sunday School convention will be held in Rome May 2023 1907 and n notable gathering it will be The present enrollment shows about 250000 schools with 20 000000 scholars and the fact that Rome has been chosen as the site of the next convention will without doubt make that meeting the most memorable jn the history of the work The arrangements for transportation will be in the hands of a committee of which Mr AY N Hartshorn of Dos ton is chairman and that is a guar that this most difficult problem will be most satisfactorily solved The convention will be preceded by a munion service in the various of time Protestant denominations hav log houses of worship in Rome May 19 and the good people of Rome will find in tliese tens of thousands of Sun lay school workers a new order of but a sort to command their re sped In Japanese Hospitals In the hospitals of Japan one or more Christians are pretty sure to be found among time patients in almost every ward The visits of to the hospitals serve to bring these men forward They often aid in distributing literature and in explain lug to others the Christian teaching New Missionary Society An interdenominational missionary society known as the United London Missionary society has been formed in Great Britain with headquarters at 3hefliehl its field being North Ni geria its first station being Wase 400 miles from the mouth of the Niger Go to Kentucky7 Supply Co Danville Ky forifancy Harness fancy Halters fancy Briddles and Saddles to show your horses in at the great Lancaster fair sin I Public Sale I will at my farm 2 miles from on Full Lick pike on THURSDAY 190G sell to the highest bidder the following property 1 hay rake and live or six one twohorse wagon one some double shovel plows harness one feed cutter good as new i interest in a pair of stock scales house hold and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention TERMS All sums and under cash in hand over that amount six months credit Sale begins at 9 a m PHILLIP DALTON 2t Am FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE Jolts V HUGHES of Mercer county us a can cliclate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Cogurcss to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party Horse goods ofall kinds such as Boots Blankets Sheets Fancy halters at K Supply Co Dan yule Ky iin par d YearsThe anonymous hos- pItal under espe- cIally ant pilgrims missionaries Lancaster JULY 5h fJrks harrow 1000 BourneAuct flu cores I Trains Leave Lancaster It Time in effect zMcli i go NOUTll BOUND For Richmond Winchester No10 j Frankfort Cynthia 514 AM Paris Carlisle Cincinnati etc l For Winchester ParisNo 30 Lexington Frankfort211 P SI Shelby vllle SOUTH BOUND For Jellico Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin Only carriespassengra for points Nd29 J For Stanford Junction Leba153 PJI non Nashville Etc No For Stanford and way station8t26 IJC ULTIMO train stop at all stawhen lIed west to Louisville and at 855 for allpoints east to Ashland Train No SO snakes direct connection at Winchaster 438 P M with C 0 for all pointwest to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct Rowland 1230P II points south to NortonVa and Train No 29 makes direct connection at Rowland 213 P M for all north to Lonls fine Fare the via either Winchester Und to I ten na Ingtou No25 111O x etc WinchesterA 31 connectional Lex ov 3iaysv file J and I Train run daily except Sunday Abog e Is lion toraH same or tow 5 1T pj l S c How to a Cold It may be a surprise tomany to learn that a severe cold can be com rdetely broken up in one or two days t me The first symptoms of a cold arc a dry loud cough a profuse watery from the nose anda thin white coating on the tongue When Cham berlains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first appearance of these symptoms it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by R E McRoberts the druggist of Lancaster 1m Dont look for oak trees out of acorns in a day or year It takes time to ripen both crops and character Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the lat ter however there is a sure remedy Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Ben ncttsville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and achron ically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria lame back kidney troubles and disorders Sold oh guarantee by R E McRoberts druggist Price 50c 1m Dont trust your feelings as a proof of pity Time cash register is tar more trustworthy and reliable Death From Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic arid healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Rensselaersvilie Jf Y writes It cur ed Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck 1 never saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores sSc at R E McRuberts drug store 1m Dont judge a sermon by your ears There is a vaft difference between tickle and a truth Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid rc suits but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for publication These people however are none the less friends of this They have done much toward making it a household word by their personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It is a good medicine to have in the home and is widely known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by RE McRoberts the reliable druggist Lancaster m REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business June IS 1906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 140322 71 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 53C S Si U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 257S7 50 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from National Banks not He serve Agents 11129 ir Due from State Banks nud Bankers 25T 42 Due from approved reserve agents tillS 17 pFractional09LAWFULSpecie J10SB Legaltender notes s Wl 113191 00 Redemption fund with U S Tread urer 5 per cejit of circulation 2r00 00 TOTAL lllii LIABIUTIES Capital stock paid In 5000000 fund Undivided profits less expenses smut taxes 917823 National Bank notes outstanding 19100 00 line to other 2ilO 37 Due to State Banks nnd Bankers 65 C9 Individual deposits subject tocheck 18985 20 Certified checks 2f Reserved for Tuxes 463 fti TOTAL jsultt ay STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRAKD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state meat Is true to best of my and CashierSubscribedday of June 1900 S C Denny Notary Public S JOHNSON JJ WALKER Directors L Y LEAVEIL REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK No 1 L93 OF LANCASTER 18 1906 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 143 1C 17 Overdrafts secured fled unsecured C02 7i U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities 27451 C2 7000 00 National Banks not reserve agents 117716 One from State Banks and hankers lftl 32 One from approved reserve egoists Checks and other cash items 2 00 Notes of other National Bunks Cono CO Fractional 146 73 LAWFUL MOSEY KESEIIVE IN BANK viz Specie fi7G 00 00Redemptionurer 5jof circulation LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In J i Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 919248N tiou lB nk Notes 4930000 Due to Other National Banks 7 51 17 Due to State Banks Bankers 12 04 Individual deposits subject tocheck 189515 86 Certified 24500 Reserved 1376 18 Total 317912 I S C DKNSY Cashier of the above named Sank do solemnly swear that the statement la of knowledge andbellef 8 C Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me day of Juno 190C J HKINNAIBID PublicCommission expires SIb 1910 Attests jK 8io M a j 00 00 n v ld BreakUp discharge reliable I Electric biliousness bladder I remedy No 2S3e 9 10000 00 allks 2 CORRECTAttestJ OFTIIE KY AT The Close of Business JUIIC etcHBauklmbousefnrnItnrellnd fixtures 613Ol 97 2500 10 Total 379i273 50000 10000 i t di g forTaxes or KENTUCKY COUNTY orGAltltBDss I t J J rA1kDJllfNT f a s S 4 s OFTSSE id I flue Iam 5 abo I 1h1s22 AC1tossssox Direclor5 5 r tt4 J H w fu o ic C il Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount JSllcins HaseUlen Bros To save money on Harness see For Sale One tf the mosthouses in Lancaster Cat at residence corner of and Water streetAlso a number of useful household articles D I Geiger Coal salt corn for saleSpecial to these wan tl tincar is full weight or measure lOOcts worth 100 welch after me and be convindod Phone 140 1 AfJones tf Car load of Ellwood Wire fence justreceived I Haselden Bros Ice Crean Soda Water at FrisbiesDrug Store I Croquet sets each at Wards uroeery There is but one Iluberoid Rooting The Kentucky Supply Co can you with show wagons runabouts and carts for your fair Im vour orders for phrtits to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanfordtf Fresh cakes baked every day at Xim mers tf I will stand the line lersey hull at my farm money due services rendered We pay more for country produce than any one ill town Dont fall to brint us your eggs Currey Herndon tf All kinds of Ice Cream Freezers atWards Our Ice Cream Soda is del Try a glass Frisbies Drug Store l tf Fresh light bread everyday at 7Am mers tf Zimmer will buy all the spring chick ens you will bring in anti pay you highest market price tf Dont fail to get family meal tickets for the fair as we will save you money and trouble and give you first class seryice in every way Ximmers tf Fancy white saddles and bridles for you at Ky Supply Co Danville Ky i m Just Received New lot machine and oil Thompson the Jeweler tf Please call ape get your watch or clock which I have repaired The work is ready and you should call for it at once Thompson tf For the Public Good If you want a good of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 85 tf S A Walker Wanted spring chickens Highest market price for all you will bring t tf Zimmers Wanted Gentleman or lady with good refer ence to travel by rail or with a ri r linn of 25000000 capital Salary 81072 00 per year and expenses salary paid Jos A Alexander 2t Lancaster Ky We have just new line of and Wilson Come and see them Iloinphill West your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated sent to Banks Hudson tf Bonds To Be Canceled July 1 1905 by presenting to E W liarris treasurer Nos 7 10 12 21 24 39 42 43 40 51 59 C3 CO 75 77 No interest paid on the foregoing bonds after July iso J B Sect tf Ask your mail man to bring what you wantTfom Ky Supply Co Danville Kr im For Congress We are authorized to announce Hon II W Miller of a candidate to represent the Eighth of Kentucky to succeed Hon to the action of the democrat party Entire New Stock I have an entire new stock of roceries etc and there is not one of old in my house Call see Everything fresh new and S A Walker Up Those parties have brought to me had better hurry and call it as it has been repaired for some After so days have passed have the right to sell the for I P Thompson the Jeweler Want You to Know I want you to know that I hav the sale of Hot qoal called sparkle like fm ed coal want your house this as Prices have already advance continue to from now Phone naeor call at my office tf A Jones and Weatherproof Roofing Farmers Builders and Contractors save Ready Booting carry sixteen in complete to lay Any saw and can lay it Ourprices will your eyes We also handle the black Carbon paint for Iron and shall be pleased to submit sam and either In or by Rooting ipiolesale i te c f let njr Herndon auldin lay mutd ind ents loadmottoa d tr- I 100 sell It Fresh ve eta les every week Currey Itenudorm Otter at 51 tf Wm S Embry 1 P tor a gatter a Coal Lancaster In oods patronage Is appreciated 83 Hurry Tennessee semi es not and ou tllIe eas n an We f Xo t H S7 ouse Paint seldeti rnish men ious neeed los I couc s ongress rt nd lean hnoe ork or ime ast Cannel r from 25 cLa to1 mare n iferent pen sphalt paint for tionRoofi Ies ail Dealers Mi cia I I I U 0 1 I J Prompt attention and quick at Walkers grocery tf Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf You will always find in my stock the latest novelties in china and Queens ware SA Walker tf You cant beat Ward on Mason Jars tf Try Black Bear mil coal for cooking it is tIme best it i the cheapest you get 10 bushels for Phone 140 tf J A Jones SO per cent of friction over come in the Arolo J C llobinson tf ten or twentyfive acres of good grass laud for grazing for this year Will rent for entire year A p ply to this ollice tf Just new Barrel apple cirtcr Vinegar W II tf Freshest and cheapest groceries in town at If there is one place where get Candy fresh aiilthat is at Frisbies Store tf We urn exclusive ients in Lancas ter for Lowneys flux Candy We keep their full and fresh Store tf TIme Volo is the latest ind greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf JCRjbmson I All kinds of fresh vegetables atWalkers grocery tf NL Tin fruit cans at a bargain tf Ward Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roope and limber neck quickly cured by Ux 4 1144 or itcosts you nothing Ask your local druggist Price Wets tf Fine Hogs For Sale are perfect and it will please you to look at them AddressC Stanford Ky tf The Best Flour 1 have the celebrated Ballards Flour on hand and can make a that will intrest you Everybody knows or has heard of the ex ceIlIng qualities of this Flour 1 havein barrels Frank B Marksbury I is sold and fciwranteed Robinson tf For rockbotton prices on groceries see S A Walker tf Do not fail line of Under wear is we have everything Hempbill West Good Harness Mare Will sell a No I harness and brood mare 7 years old For particulars inquire of J P Doty or call at this ollice tf Dank 2t Every body takes their eggs to Ward pays cash for them tf We have the largest stock of Mason Jars in town and the Lowest price tf WH Ward Tomatoes Early Cabbage Sweet Potatoes quality ner all of the best quality Joseph Faulconer 3t We have the b st50 75 cts shirts shown in this place Ilemphill West Xew line of stick pins at I P Thomp sons tf The home of the late Mrs Susan Price situated on Danville street The lot contains about one and one halt 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 Miss Julia Reid having returned to Lancaster to live will be glad to see her old friends and patrons at her room with Mrs J D Gulley where she will resume her work of tf Prof wishes the names of all interested in entering the Lancaster Business in June Send names to this ollice It Tomatoes Cabbage and Sweet Put a to plants all varieties Phone 212 tf Mrs Geo Smith Notice to Chickenraisers Rx 411 44 cures chicken cholera roup Lim berneck and gapes Price 50 cents no cure no pay guaranteed by R E Me RobertsDruggist tf I am prepared to do the best Clean ingand on shortest notice Satisfaction guaranteed Ring phone No 223 S B Baker tf We are everything in the paint line and wfll give you Important Notice Rx 41144 is a guarantee by R E Mc Roberts to csre roup and lirnberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay McRoberts tf Coal Coal Coal get prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson I can interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson SPECIAL HOME SEEKERS RATES To the West and Southweet On the First and Third Tuesday in May and June 1900 the Rail way will have on sale special round excursion tickets to point in tbK at greatly reduced rates For Rates and further information or address W G Morgan D T A I The 1 25 Wonted A bout J tIn Grad J can fill always Frisbie 1Dru W H It E Tcno crts imported Time Yolo to seeuur Summer b f IJllyinl n Apply Plants For Sale dressmaking Plants anyonesold under R E t West ndSouthwest peALt f Jt i J1 o Im c deliver 0i tmbrsnelIt imey b mf e le all PLANSA FOOLISH Ol Be j r Because rout indigestion with August Flowcrl Constipation is the result of indigestion flatulency loss anemia emaciation uric acid iieurulgii in various parts of the catarrhal the in tcstinal canal mind numerous other that rob life of its pleasures if they do not rob of JIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of who look mis and arc miserable yet who persist in letting nature take its course QWhat a foolish plan when nature could be aided l the use of Greens August j Flower which is natures own remedy for all stomach August Flower gives new life to the and insures healthy stools 3 5Two sizes 25C 750 All druggist for Kale II K McItobertH fry a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcnard tancnited later It T McRoberts druggist has the ex lusive agency for this water in Lan caster Kentucky Whites C C Water Co CKAU OKCIIKI KY I TI n to rotr hour 1 t ailments to by PRICE50c co n welcome my mmnncr tem von nstmpatioiiaimtl er 4 SOMETHING NEW andentirelj different from the old style Made in regular reading Y 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 trotidle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky WILL CURE any case of BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE writes For over fiva was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me pain and I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me n good and I was practically given to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the bottle I wafl ntirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND SLit FOLEY S KIDNEY CURE KIDNEYor j I ofmedicine B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St ears L i ILU AID ECOMMIEI IT- Por sele by C C T EStorm i1 I is S