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THE CENTRAL RECORDfull HMA010 UXTARMSMSD l MOCitACV LANCASTER FRIDAY JULY 2 1109 I r I lit I1bOD t VuI KY iNrJtiliJnl4 w- I y k AN1 OCVEIfb1ENT s rnrrxrrxra rr WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughsi f V TanksJ Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS I H 1 t fo r h v t 4 r I J t J j d rr Etc I p S j I Anti bcaido their ap proval you enjoy Iho soil approval which nhvnys nmnnprtnioa tho combination of WalkOver stylos and WalkOver comfortf a are a sure index to judgement careful dresser YOUR SHOES your asa Your friends quickly recognize your good judgement the moment they recognize your shoes as WALKOVERS I i 1 The many friends of and Mrs 0 M Patterson aro glad to learn that Issomobollet The democrats family are Increasing as another has been born to Mr and Mrs Charlie Cox A team of mule hitched to a wnii on ran away with Mr Gabriel Klkln Tuesday Ho was thrown from tho wagon and hit collar bone was broken I Mat Cohen was hero court day and Raid ho have a string of nlno honor at the Lancaster Fair July 28 20 and 30ih to compote tor some tbo uttered Miss May Davis happened to an accident Monday afternoon Uy step ping on a rusty nail While sire will be disabled for some days from the wound It Is hoped nothing serious will result from It County Court Day An unusually small crowd was In town very tittle business done and but little stock oh the market tho farmers being glad to Save an opportunity to work MillarWlthara Clarence Withers and Miss Myrtle Miller of Lincoln county drove to this city Wednesday evening and were united In wedlocks holy bonds by Elder F M Tinder Examlnatl9nt There were white applicants examined for county school certificates on June 18th and loth three of whom received class certificates arid four received second class Lancaster v air You cant afford to ties the Lancas ter fair July 28 20 30 They have arranged for moro VHKK attractions than ever before among them being Balloon ascensions and the wonderful Slide for Life A Delightful Trip Cheap Those desiring a fine trip o Niagara Cleveland JsurrnloJTordnto Canada J Gait Atlanll- I Washington and other points Call at I Mrs Gained residence or phone 100 Upn Air Union Servlcea Arrangements have been completed by the ministers of tile various to hold the Annual Union services during July and August each Sunday evening In the park Comfortable seata will bo provided and special musical features will be had at each service In case of Inclemency of weather the ministers will announce from their pulpits where the services I will be held S1 I W tuld haven Ipa d Qln the n by sp al rates City f oho the a largo premlutnn quit that I dally Rata ahoq pdity- gotto Mrs Mao churches e WalkOver SHOES are miulo for ovary day of tlio wook and for every look Prices 3fiO and f400 T LOGAN roo I t Itft comfortable to bp stylish and stylish to bo comfortable in WalkOver Shoes L I I A Lucky Man Mr David Thompson nays that he had thought after hard rains that the damage to Ills plnco was 1500 but cm examining his bottom land ho estimates that the soil washen from other farmcs that was left on Ills makes Ins farm worth moro moiior So he Is 2000 winner by the rains Denny Mrs Denny relict of Mr A K Denny who WMU brother of Messrs A It and J N Denny of this place died at her homo In Stanford SUndfty afternoon The remains wore burled In Huffalo cemetery Tuesday morning tide was n splendid woman having been connected with the Presbyterian church for many years Second Whirlwind Campaign Mlsa Leila Patrldge will speak at the following places In Garrard county during the Whirlwind Campaign Buckeye Friday at 1 oclock p in July 2 Bryantsvllle Friday at 730 Qclock p in July Lancaster Saturday at 200 oclock p m July 3 Judge Laffarty will also speak At Lancaster on Saturday Camp Matting The A lice ton Camp Meeting will this year Aug 6 to 15th the principal woikcra will be Rev J M Taylor Knozvlllr Tenn Mrs Rose Potter Christ Wllmore and Song Evangelist Prof Wm A Bassett Rev M R Taylor Is a noted having held meetings all dyer the South and West and made a trip to India Mrs Nando B Jones has sold her of 120 acres located three miles from town on the Lancaster pike to Mr Thomas F Durham the connldcra tlon being llO acre The farm Is one of tno best In Doyle county and Is splendidly Improved Mr Durham gets possession the first of the year Kentucky Advocate This farm Is nine mites West of and we have many farms of equalvalue around Lancaster Family Fight Alex Wadklns colored ohot his wild Mable Wadklns In the head Monday night It Is reported that they were under the Influence of Co cain when a quarrel occurred Wad kins was caught by Chief Herron at tile depot while attempting to leave on a freight train and landed him In jail At last reports the woman way noL dead It Is believed that the Grand jury will work on the case this week Drowned On Sunday morning while swimming a horse In the Conn pond about three miles east of Lancaster Gco Caldwell colored was drowned Caldwell who had been across on an old horse felt sate In trying a young one but became excited and lerked the horses head which caused him to go under Cald well held on till they went under the third time when the horse swam out without his rider The remains were fished out of the pond a tow hours later and taken to Moreland for burial Acton Mrs Dlcy Acton of Pulaskl county died Monday afternoon of many In Urmlllcs The funeral was by Rev Gco Thompson at Good trope Pulaski county of which she was a devout member She was 77 years of ale and a better and more popular woman never lived In that county as was evinced by the crowd ed church during the funeral hour She was the mother of Dr J M Acton of this place to whom we ex tend condolance A Occasion The American Church Federation of the Churches of Christ In America will Jiold Its Executive Committee meeting In Louisville In December IDOOJ the session continuing several daysMass meetings will be held by moat eminent laymen of the Nation as well as Ministers of all churches Thu Federation comprises all the leading denomination of America and with twenty million church members The Louisville meeting arrang ed for by Dr E II Pearce of the Natlouaf Executive Committee under Instructions from head onlco In New York Recipe for Sponge Cakt The following recipe for a light soft apongo coke with but eggs was passed along the line by a capital New England housemother An It differs slightly In proportions from any other sponge cake recipes that have ap peered In print and wives exceptional satisfaction It Is worth making a Any amateur can use It One cup sugar beaten with four egg three table spoonfulla of cold water one flour one teaspoonful of baking powder sifted four whites of beaten still Juice of half n lemon or any tin vorlng preferred Mayo a pan of water under the cake In the oven Hake ten minutes In hot oven then reduce Lime heat onehalf and bake 45 win utea longer Dont open the urea door until the cake Is done by the clock It cannot burn owing to time water In the pan I nil the too Paolo 2 Ky f Lancaster conducted I addressee four note on with lucce881 beheld Evangelist Big Sal arm per r church Great was the eggs Suoeaatful Banquet The banquet given In Stanford last week by thO members of the Bible claw Eld D M Walker a success In every particular noth being left undone for the pleasure of the Invited guests lion W I Williams of this place attended and tho Interior Journal In referring to his talk at time banquet Mr W Williams of Lancaster was In lie spoke on Joys of the Bible Class and told so much about the bible Us teaching and benefits that some thought him a bishop Mr Williams is a most interesting talker and his heart the work of Bible teaching A Worthy Nominee It affords us much pleasure to be permitted to mention the of Miss Jennie Illgglns the efficient and accomplished Democratic nominee for County School Superln tendent She taught for eight years attended the Normol School at Bowling Green and Is Well prepared both by training experience to discharge thedutles of this Important office The other nominees ate proud to haye the ticket at be strengthened by the female Influence and female coop tlon us every enterprise ft raaajf more successful when It li appr w by woman The education llghtenment of our people depend on that otllce and Is familiar with of the ofllco in every detail it Is believed that she will receive the customary endorsement The new school law should be enforced properly and as shu Is familiar with Its provis ions It would be wise to retain her in office and It Is believed that thus will be done by a good majority Rev H N Faulooner A Philadelphia paper bad the referring to the Illness of Rev FaulconerJust was preparing to start on his vacation with his wife and four children to Ids native State Kentucky the Rev Henry N Faulconer widely known as an evangelist of the of Chester was stricken with appendicitis at his home at Devon and Is now lying In a cirtlcal condition at the Presbyterian Hospital Mr Faulconer expected to leave for the South this weeks but on Saturday last he was taken 80 seriously III that It was found necessary to remove him to tho hospital where Dr Wharton performed an operation for on Monday of this week Since then It Is said complications have let In and a request for the prayers of the churches of this city and vicinity for his recovery was sent out this morn Idg by J II JclTerls treasurer of the Laymens Evangelistic Association of Chester Presbytery The stricken clergyman has been evangelist of tho Chester Presbytery- for about four years and has frequent ly preached at evangelistic services In this city Ills many friends here will be glad to learn that ho Is improving and will Literary Tho last meeting of the Womans Club for this years work was held Wednesday afternoon June 23 The subject Our Island Possessions to have been led by Mrs J U lIemdhlll In her absence Mrs Gee Robinson read Mrs HomptilHH paper on The Philippines a group of Islands In the southeast of Hong Kong which were discovered by Magellan in 1621 These Islands are densely populated and exceedingly fertile clothed with great forests of Inestimable value The chief product Is hemp next in order are sugar coffee tobacco and At tfie close of the SpanishAmeri can war the U S paid Spain 12000 000 for these Islands and Wm Taft of Ohio was made civil governor Miss Sophronla Fox read a paper on The Hawaiian Islands a small archl pelago North Pacific probably discovered by Caption Cook These Islands about twelve In are mountainous and of volcanic formation Lying In direct course San Francisco and Jap an and Australia they afford a very convenient coaling station The climate ranging between degrees and 00 degrees throughout year maybe called temperate Since annexation with U 8 they have developed an enormous sugar trade The Hawaiian Islands were pro claimed a republic In 1891 and tour years later annexed to S The was concluded with a ou Porto Rico by Miss Edna MasonThis Island which formerly belong to Spain was first settled by Ponce do Leon In tho 15th century Llko tho Philippines It was ceded to U S at close of SpanishAmerican War It Is very small not exceeding 3600 raising In abundant sugar rice coffee tobacco and tropical fruits and has absolutely tree trade with U a It U country rich In minerals baa no poisonous reptiles no animals more formidable than the armadillo and teems with bird and Insect life Read the Manse Graded Common School Election notice on yage I by rig j I and heron Will power eo as she thodutles A recover was between Ur square miles yet ot great fertility a I tour taught cons many says roduced lain qualifications follow- Ing Presbytery appendicitis Pacific lathe number Lhina the program paper HEADQUARTERS Deeringv Binders Mowers X Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky jVifiiWilVlIVKVlfii J f2 I gIa 1l1l tl FOR a y K NtitiS aT i fr Circuit Court This court convened again Tuesday morning Judge Bell presiding The case of the Commonwealth against Speed Mason for the killing of L D Nuckles some time slnde was called and trial began It consumed all Tuesday and most of Wednesday sulting In a verdict of acqultal liar din and Robinson represented the State while Tomlinson and Hamilton represented the defense Gilbert Turner Jr was fined 25 and liven 10 days for weapons L N Low Ratoa On July 1st and 22nd tickets will be sold Chautauqua and return for 11600 for the round trip tickets sold on July let will be limited to return until Aut3rd Inclusive Tickets sold on July 22nd will be limited to return until Aug 24th On account of tho Garrard Fair July 28 29 and 30 one faro plus 25 cts rate will apPlY from Parlr Corbln and Louisville and Intermedi ate stations Special train service dally from Richmond Corbin and Loulivllle and return Lv Richmond 730 Lancaster 907 a m Return Lv Lancaster 6 p m Ar Richmond 7 p m Lv Corbln 010 a Lancaster 907 a m Return Lv Lancaster 6 p Corbin 753 m Lv Louisville a 1130 a m Return Lv Lancas ter 6 p Louisville 815 p m On June 27th there will bo a special excursion to Cincinnati and return leaving Lancaster at 518 a m arriving at Cincinnati at 1030 a m leaving that point at 700 p in 8175 for the round trip Special train arrives and departs from Fourth street station at Cincinnati U M Patterson Agent BUENA We are sorry to report J B no better John Johnson and family Chautauqua Sunday Miss Margaret of has been her niece Mrs 0 H Lane Mlle Nell McCann of Lexington spending with Mrs Vir gil Scott Mr Ed Aldridge and family of Majivllle are the guests of the ly Poor Mr Dave Skinner and wire of county vlilWd Albert Skinner and family last week MlBBUcna Christian of Lexlngtor and Leon Morgan ot Harrodsburg pent Sunday with Mlu May me DIs mukea Qrowni Chapel July 17 Stratton District Superintendent will preside Mr Joe Newton of Indiana who baa been visiting his nieces Mes Pryor and Jennings Is now with tali brother at Mri Alva Christopher and children accompanied by Matter Louis Oa bourne have returned to their homes In Somerset after a weeks visit to relatives In the asalgnraent of schools Satur day the teachers of this place were elected to teach the following schools Miami Myrtle Ruble Buena Vista Mrs J W Lane Linden Dale Miss Irene Urlghta Miss Bertha Christopher Scotia District Miss Mary Skinner Uourno Miss Jennie Hklooer Ml Morlan re carryIng concealed County a mAr mAr mAr mAr mAr VISTA attended Georgetown the week JJ Lincoln Quarterly meeting will be helst at 18 11ev Burgle head tr J b Lancaster Robinson vielEla tam 1 of dimes nave Examination Examinations for white teachers will bo held at the olUce oLtho County Superintendent on July 10 and 17 also competitive examinations for appoint ment to State University ou the same dateExaminations for colored teachers will be neld on July 23 and 24 Hard to Convince The ball game last Friday resulted in the close score f 4 to 3 when1 boys defeated Wllmore It was Indeed the most Interesting game that has been played this season The Wll moro boys arc nard to convince diet we have the best team for they for anothergamo and wo consented to play them next Friday July Oth t We also play Mt Vcrnoh hero j Wednesday July 7th JIT JIEUKON Weeds and rain are the chief topics of conversation Mr U 0 Rains of Pink was withf friends here Sunday Mr Enoch Qllllam a milk cow to die a few days ago t Mr G W Thompson ereqtlnga tobacco barn on his term near Jierp Mr G sold to Mr Relaford Preston a mule price Mr Richard Martin a Danvlllo butcher was in this last day Mrs Lucy Montgomery was at Bryantsvlllo tIe later part of last week Mrs roost was relieved of about CO thickens last Thursday night Mr Henry Burdott of Bryantsvlllo was In this locality soliciting for tho American Siipply Co Miss Molllo Crawford of Buena Vista was tho gueitOf Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan Sunday Miss May Scott spent lost Thursday night with her sister Mrs Edd at Orchard Grove Mrs Sam Burke of Lexington and Miss Lucy of Marcellus with Mrs John Vanderpool Saturday night Mrs Lurany Montgomery arid daughter Mrs Lucy Preston left Thursday for a visit with relatives In Bloomington III Mrs Isaiah Jackson is numbered with tho sick Hamilton the lltlla Mr and Mrs F W Montgom ery U also very sick Miss Nettle Preston accompanied by Mr Robert Sherrow returned home Saturday from a weeks visit with her slater Mrs Jesse Duncan Rev Purdum of Washington will begin a series of meotlngs at Mt Hebron July 12th Ho Is ono of best preachers In Kentucky eyery come to hear him PUIDA Lnncnator hall Pork Next Game with K Vernon I I on I had nice r W tin vIcinity Edd Grows llIcken Ilnot the BALL AME TIIURSDAY JULY n Sa b ursvl le vs La aster f WIWNRSDA a r t j bur b asked S Thompson Fri with relatives sr woo p county Lot N iNN and Ist JULY7thr KECORD F S HUGHES EdfFubr Member K Pr s AsioeUtlon Elohth District Publisher Uaiua Lancaster Ky July 2 ISM Mstss For Political Anneuream nt Fat Pri clnct and City Offlccn 1 680- ForOountr Oriice 4 1000- Ktr BUto and DhtrlctOfflccfl 160- 0rJfyr Calls per line FiirCardi pcrllne 10 For all publlcaUohf In the r it of individuate expreMtoa Individual per lne 10 JitOhUuarlM per M 65 0 IV wxxxLY A KAR III MIIII MIIIf And or To tit views I t rCLNIf II- AAUxn Ills Y lrafmdttrrvdnyle a tenenrhi Cy 4 v Inter rr p D moer tle Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saufle- ylor Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Ilardln For State Senator U L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Meson For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County CcrkJ W Hamilton For Sheriff Ballard For School Superintendent Miss nigging For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W8 Carrier For MsvjArate District No 2 J II Dbnn Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To tho of county 1 am the Republican for County Attorney and your support B D Since tbe death of Judge Field of the Common Fleas Division of tin Jefferson circuit court there several applicants for appointment tt fill tbe Among them art county Jud e Wm McKee Duncan aud Hdmer W Batson both of whom have many friends In of tbe fact that Senator has endorsed Mr Batson lad consider Ing tbe fact that be laths Republic nominee for It Is believed by many of the leaders of that party Uov Wilson will appoint him While we have no say In tbe matter we know that be Is qualified and blh friends would be glad to see him en Joying the distinction of being tbe youngest Circuit Judge In Kentucky having just required by law to bold tbe position We regret exceedingly that condi dons were such M to prevent our at tending tbe meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at Esllll Springs this week Sucb meetings are pro ductive of good botb from a buairieitt viewpoint to prevent excess Ire charges by paper trusts to discuss all current Issues being ter prtpated to advocate thing which promote the general welfare and bring peace and happiness to tbe people Tbe pies U more powerful than any other agency in creattbg a healthy public sentiment on moral education taxation good roads and laws to elevate and If not with tbe boys n at that meeting we them Inspirit and hope to profit bjr tbelr delibera Senator of Oklahoma very wisely said A tax on print paper Is a tax on Intelligence a shade on tbe lamp of oriilghtraent and a cloud over civilization but what dp the trusts care It all tbe printing presses stop Their standard of ex cellence Is made up of dollars and not and intelligence It Is con ceded tbe best government guar antes tbe greatest good to the great eat number but our government Im poses the burden on the greatest number rind enriches the few If tic Is placed on tbe printer will be forced to raise bis prices and a bowl will go up from tbe people They should change the ad ministration and get which they can get In no other way As It ls twice It should to live Employing physicians by tho year to luck patients and keep them In health Is being the proposed plah U receiving the of of Uiemoxt dlitlngulul ed representatives of the profession It Is easier to prevent disease taan It Is It and such a contract would call the attention of tbe physician In thereby saving trouble and the people much iufferng If cor attorneys to look lifter flnrtcUl teresti by the year why not employ doctor to look after infold which Is more Important Ai the glorious fourth of July we should have a feeling akin Vo Mverenc or Uiosf honest unsuU I rd let I y T Jennie nominee appreciate two Oarrard meD p idthe are w tb the sun of that after dllCu approval And why not and Individual fl approach w I l t Geo For Jarra llernd t vacancy i I vies election t- I r ago l e much h I person tioas lore books a more paper 11o It cotta what coat and some curet Miring pip l My f t I tan a bat beG A lull eels Hollo fttateflmeii vl6 gAvc us our freedom and Our conittlUttlon would turn over lhlhelr graves It they Know how tlon Is being Ignored br why In and 11 thov cotlil tine from the deed they would write another Dcclaralloh lit independence gltfig the people freedom Republican rule high tariff arid til power We need Iho ghost ut these olif pitriots lo clean put tho White House We learn that many counties of tilt State have wisely axed tho county Mhoul levy at twenty cents It Is Mid that the Gnrrard County Hoard of Education will also have to fix tin tart at twenty cents This should be read with Interest In the Brvantsvllle section and cause the taxpayers of that community to vote early and often for evaded school on July 01000 A will be Introduced In Con gresfl requiring the poslmastcr to be elected by tits people This Is AS the people hold the power and xhould always elect oneer but tbe bill will never aslaw Jor the average Congressman had rather have ono good politician him In each neighborhood than to have the people as they can bo handled by the politicianIn speech tho other day Senator Bob Taylor of Tennessee remarked that the vulture of protec tion soaring from the Dlngley minimum to the blue cerulean of the maximum with the American farmer hanglifg by the seal of his pants In Its talons Tbis Is but not Harrodsburg has a big celebration today It being the 130th anniversary of the founding of that city tho first settlement In Kentucky Tortured On AHorte For ten years I couldnt ride a horse without being In torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and olher remedies failed Bucklena Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Bolls Fever Sores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by R E McRoberts BAUK8IJUKV Mr Dave Skinner of Hustonvlll- er has been the guest of his brother Mr Joe Skinner Mr and Mrs Mack Moore of Lex ington have been visiting his sister Mrs date Arnold Rev Sbouse Is holding a meeting his church In Mercer county Toe meeting will continue about two weeks Master Guy Chenault Greening of Independence Kansas Is spending several days with his uncle Mr D S Swope Rev Taylor and Miss Maboney of Stanford attended the SS institute last week and were guests of Miss Mary Chestnut Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson were down from Richmond last week visit his parents Mr and Mrs Mote Robinson Rev Rode wife of Harrods burg were guests of Rev and Mrs Sbouse last week Mr Rodey for this purpose of conducting tbe S S Institute Cobb a farmer resident of this place has been very 111 at her home In Lexington A recent change for the better Is reported and her friends are hopeful of her re RESOLUTIONS Whereas our sister Mrs Susan E Smltb was railed to home Jqne 1UI ipoo by theLord whom she to faithfully served oil earth pe It therefore resolved tbat we the members of tbe Ladles Working Society b rein our and our appre station ot ber service of one She old not live long among us less than two tears but in time she Identified witb tlvo Society and as long er health permitted was luring protracted Illness she t to many messages of encourage mentandooe of her loaf conscious utierano ywas an Inquiry as to the progress of can 111 but tbe all wise toaster pro she final I to ber aad deepest sympathy th them but only for We reJol sh who grew so week and weary has ehtered Into ever lasting rest i f solutions bo entered on minutes publication Committee If M Sliouio Mrs Susanna Ittggo Miss Eugenia Pollard A Millionaire Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not bo cured of stow cell or bqwpl trouble any quicker or surer than baby you pits It Mcflee1 Baby Bllxlr dyseptary and ell derangements of Urn I rice 83 60 coot old by R R m But they ttiittnatitti tit bill Ui lira oN P now every exp esa sorrow of fat 4 easll th t ha lt a fu and to worker h Ie ucb1 loyel ctirlatlan worker nounced her ifinlll d atcounti He w the Welt good end faith also re tad the we extend famll friend our W9 Ilrlev the and that BII ftflalll d that these reo out and a Record fur Nfl n e It Our i d a or 1 T iy Tower frost tight become for war A1drlch Payne revision reduction ii With log and came bar Eteraal brut b tae fait w loose task fead0rea ac rd dune t ou tut Malt olvea 16 r alY sent oGentral your stomach cud its m j t SEPARATE THE YOUNG STOCK Old Hens with the Proper Development of Young Pullet Do not put tho younft stock In with tho old Tho old hens will use force and keep tho pullets wnltlnrt to enl nnd nwny rom choice bits tho pullets get Into n nervous way of eating whnt Is left and cant thrive nnd oM hens cnn spend energy on bettor things bole should bo nervous enough to wnnt exercise but tear gets them over nervous font should bo banlsHod from tho tuna The colonies should bo made up nil soon ns ono cnn judgo of a fowls merits AS young chicks rarely quarrel nnd after being made up If oho fowl Is chased at eating time nnd not allowed n cholco It Is because ho IB a weaker bird 8ho should bo taken out for a run of weak er birds If an old hen gets sick the other hens pick her feathers and drive she will got by being taken out by When alto goo hack sho will bo tackled and a flgh must ensuo by which sho can show valor It Is hone nature to study precedence and fight for It and fighting Is against eggmaklng Fowl of equal attainments should be In the same colonies early as possible and pence will reign and make for eggs With tho ounce of pre ventloa always at hand the runs and pees being kopt always clean the chicks properly fed need be BO sick fowls for hoe Vbo young stock needs look jjj after closely It a fowl done not to the feeding ot the average she Is either above or below and gccnrally below The few extra good specimens should go to tho spring breeding pen the pul lets to tho oldest sire and the cockerels to tho old hons The pullets bolos average mny lay market eggs and U slept for that should be In a pen never visited by a male Hy so doing can breed market eggs from poor hens Tho hens lay Just as well with no sire taking up their attention and tfio eggs keep longer In tbo market Only tho first tow of starting does It pay to keep theso below aver age pullets We sell off tho cockerels that are below tho average and also tho averageones keeping only the few above average When studying ones fowls should not constitute himself a Judgo Ho should get out his copy ot tin Standard of Excellence and study the breed of his cholco described In It and endeavor to cull FRESH AIR POULTRY HOUSE Plant for Poultry on Wheels to Keep Breeding Stock on the Move A pattern for a very useful type ot poultry house Is shown In the cut be low TThe plan U to keep the breeding stock from which ho secures eggs for hatching In movable colony house 6x10 feet in size while tho general laying stock kept In stationary houses 10x12 feet In size The opening In front Is four feet high and covered with wire netting Interfere the her tat r nil nobody years e house SRr pOQiV faster hereof young ere fowl average b minutely accordingly are Hquie for Fowls The house Is floored and tho colony houses built on runners so they may be easily moved from place to place They aro shingled on the sides and contain a door and one window They should be fitted with one or two roosts placed six Inches above a roosting platform which should be four feet from tho floor This will bring the fowls above the level of the opening and out of the drafts In cold climates a muslin curtain may be provided to pull down In iron of the fowls at night and If desired another curtain to closo up the open lag The larger size of houses will accommodate from 30 to 60 fowls and the smaller house a breeding pen of 10 to 20 Look Out for the Turkeys Those of us who have saved turkey hens to raise far this nummor must to give thQm a little moro care now than we did In the winter In first place they be down OB we call It and need a change of feed or have an acute attack of cold sometimes mistaken for roup In this case tho affected ones shpuld be penned In a warm comfort able place and their heads and nocks with warm lard and turpen tine care being taken not to have too much turpentine When they are cured and ready to turn out they will bo real tamo which Is so nice about nesting time if we go put whore they are day with a little torn of any kind of food for now and continue to do so they will lay near the house probably In tho lions nests or what they like bet tor still en old barrel wltb a little chaffy straw In 1L Starved to Death la what could truthfully be aid of many children who die They have worms poor little things they dont knows It and you dont realize It If your child U cross fretful pasty compleiloned and loses weight apparent reason gluon It Whltss you will be sur prised at the results and how quickly picks upSoJd by RE Mullobeits androof ovary Or am fOlElIOMYADfAI n Useful are begin hid may slightly run rt tor- o t MNdrat 11 41 e eple6 Brysntavliie Graded School Eleetlen NoUee regular toms of the Qumlrd County fuurt bcuuit nml held Irt tho house In the of IiiciwtorVAIUI v Uarntrd county Kentucky on tiny of ItXH llio proceed weru lied 1reiciit Ford Judge W M Kfllutt and Graded Common School lit the teal turn In and around the of liry iinUvllle A written petition bent tiled uf the County nil Int klunpd U Nile J 8 Iliualdct Duncan N II II llrtleomli Tomllntiun N II ClicutliHin Jess Alfurd lien W II Swupe and Of M Jenkins more than ton and tux In the district of Jho proposed Uraded Common the J the Court to establish a Dratted Common School In a terrllo to bo agreed upon by and between tho Judge of court and the said tbo site ol tho said hchOdl to be a lot of two acres of land now owned U M Jenkins facing the Lancaster Nlcholssvllle and Lexington turnpike the said petition to establish the said school having In writing by the Superintendent ot Schools of Uarrard school will Include the vyhole or parts of present common in IG 9 32 and the laid districts to ill trustee of district U A Howling trustee of No 30 U F Sccreat trustee of 10 Isaac Dun can trustee of 22 0 F bon trusleeuf No having and approved tha said In writing and petition having been pre sented to the of the Uarrard Court on Holiday April 20ih 1000 name being term of Uarrard County Court and s mo noted of causa having been continued for ex hearing until tbo regular May term court to wit May 24th and the petition having been submitted to court hear said petition asking a boundary for district and a be Opened and an election be held by the of Uarrard County upon the proposition of taking the seuso of the voters In said territory or proposed school district whether or nut will vote an annual tax of 25 each 110000 worth ot assesed and assessable taxable belonging to said white voters and corporations In said proposed district and a tax of 1100 on white male Inhabitant over 21 years of In said proposed Graded Common School District for the purchasing of suitable grounds erecting repairing buildings the Raid la the said proposed district The the said district of the said Uraded Common school as agreed upon by and between the Judge of the County Court and the is as Beginning at a point Intho middle of the Lancaster road In Iront of residence and run Z to a stake In a drain1 near and below a spring on the farm of Leslie Rubles near Buena Vista thence a line mak a circle with a 21 miles radlu Including the farm aud residence of the following named persons to wit Uus Scott Bell Scott K Polndexter Mote Robinson W Robert tout Mm W T Doolin Fox Turner Henry Edglnlon John Marsce Wrn Nelson Will Shell Alex Dean Dud Duncan B F Fatten Ben Scott Hannah Sweeney ICd Duncan Joe Simpson Hunter Monrow Mont gomery Charley Glass and thence to tho beginning not In eluding the residence of the said Leslie Rubles ho parties named being the ouUide boundary Includ lug all white legal voters with thu said bouqderr assessable me t f adjudged that the sherilT County Ky do cause a poll to be opened an election held which election all legal white voters within said bouud arv be to vote the proposition out herein before In election to be held on Saturday J y 10th 1000 lad at the same here shall be elected nvo School as provided by law Ordere 1009 A Alt J Duty Clerk I the above Is hereby given and tile poll be opened as by and pursuant to This 0 A Arnold Sh rltilGarran County Public S le- On account of my blallh and having to change climates will on BATURDA JULY lath f blned year harrow T drill 1 1 1 wagon and and new hfig box 1 cutting box some baled hay sticks 15 Household and kitchen furniture 1 calendar cluck 1 net of home made JI will also same time and offer for sale qAy property consisting of dwelling necessary out build the place Possession can be given at once made known of Am Ilourne Auctr Lowell Ky An Invaluable Rtmtdy Chas Stephenson Ollntonvllle Ky nays I cured my chickens of ClioN era with Poultry Cure and cannot speak too highly of U ax an valuable remedy fowl For sale by J K Mount do Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office At n elL 2hll II1 others UII to eslabllllll u t wn hug In the ullleo d Court I I U Uecker J WIII nls J Ii ilunn M lugnn sun J Il 111101 J W loin II lie I Urahun II J iiite Schoo tI U rrltrd the alia a and ut he bers 31 a d trustees of all the tit Deunladcut rustea ot No 31 U Nit trustee ur Nu D land 1 Doulin 3 0 a so the sold and t tUla l I cants ooulldrot Nab NtWs a line duo abJut J II Brooks Mrs Sallie Iarrot Cleveland RlJSe James flllll Yates Hudson Julia M Mark Belle Per ins lIuston Roberts I1rownJlm Parks Win Broadus Wm Sherrow an the sold prop sed Graded lomtnou t t e titled t d f the said Oratled Court ed to May 29 A D kur J O O U true cOPT A June lith at a I ale at y residence n well en ucky following ro One bar rule d 10mmare mule 1 aged brow glare Jerll co sow rid B shoals 3 ruing 2 d shovels 1 cultivator lIarruw I g ta 1 r l low 2hu h biflols ot corn a d 1 farm a Ij acre t new all ty t water at tto door and the e Well In 60 or the Tli are on on silo Rd Owens Uuu on for lie ht t April b lionI 1Y1 1I s tote etitlunerA laudsut aunty tho buundtry said out w- Nua W a upon uing Woodsy ICry Buster property oust s trustees Com roar wl came l0ucluc uffdrfur the Send and cJlf1 ubl dry cutting sledehuv harness fadn hr a Ijulp two acres of tobacco Ins s REPORT OF THE GONDITIO NATIONAL BANK OF UNOABTKIl Ip ItKROUHUKH txinni nd il rnunli tlllWW w II H honor lo MCiire elr il tlon Wvmo fl- Mnixtt ifrtitltlcn to M IUnkn hntirMrnlliiri M n t rr 7CW W Diiolrom NMIoii limi l Htrf fro I lUnkrr 1 Coinpftlilci end BtTliiM run I U- ln from pf ro KU A r e soliU flltl 80 hfckmn tillSol ot olhir N nk IHIO 00 Kr cllon lti licU W 7- 1LiHrll lUltmrl I JIAKK t TM Mender tioUi UtOT So Due from U I TKMiiref Oirlul ilockj Snrplui MAniMTIK8 IMMOCO 10000 CO Kop nntitinUloc HuotnOtlifr HUM It- 4DKU ui 6717 M Reserved lurTaxei ttlaw I lTAtlOrKlMTUCYCOCNTYOrUklURDllt 1 8 0 Daunt Catbter ot the abate named bank do solemnly awear statement true to the knowledge nd belief 8 Caihler- Hubtorlbcil sod sworn to before me this dar ot Jnne 190V Prallh Notary Public CommlMlon expires Jan in 110 Coaaicr AUx U DINNY J U nitu Dlrectori Jo K 8IOKKH 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business June 23 S14J H- Iriauooo wmoo- BOQOW RE80DIICF8 d neonmi Orcrdrndi nnMCured- UB Monde circulation Doiidt One from National DAnk not 11 serve Agcntil Due State Irlrate lUiia and Ibinkcri Trnit Uanki Dae from approved r K r e acetui ol other llanki LAWFUL KMIIVI IKIUN miSpecie ttPJiAco RedcaptloD fund with Tree Capital itocl run 30000 00 llooo oo taxes r ia 1SHU71- K llon l 4940000 Dn to other Mtllonsl Din t tot W Doe to Rule uid IrUftto Il uk ud lUnktM Individual d ek IM en l- CertllUd Chcrtf UTS Hi- K rT d IMT 74 TOTAL MHIMI 41 KENTUCKY CoUkTV or a tRRABD t J 1 K lluiltonCtihlfr of the turned bank do solemnly wear that the menu li true to mr knowledge and belief II r llunioN Subscribed and worD to before tnt Ibis 31th d y of June 1VO H COnnj Nottrjr Pnbllo Coiaicr J JWALKEE O A AKXOLD Dlrectori L LWILKSE J GILES Mrs John visited her parents In Madison last Mrs Lue Murphy of Madison visit ber sister Mrs Win Stotts last week Mr Forest Stapp was In Leilnuton last week on business Mr Lovls Murphy and family were the week end guests of Mr Den HumphreyThe son of L B Reynolds and wife died last Wednesday The little one had been sick but a few days when God relieved hum of his sufferings and took him io rest Lula FAster died at her homo last Friday Juno 18th and her remains were placed In the Salem cemetery Saturday afternoon Tho parents have the heart felt sympathy of their many friends S a Mother It would bo hard to overstate the wonderful change In my mother she began to use Electric writes Mrs W L Ollpatrlck of Dan forth Me Although put 70 lire seems really to be growing young again She suffered untold from dyspepsia for 20 years At she could neither eat nor Doctors gave her up and all failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They Invigorate all vital organs cure Liver Kidney troubles Induce Ricer Impart strength add appetite SOc at R E McRoberts 1m WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD OLJLAN EGGS and Hens Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber INIII UJi AT The Close orBuslness J ne 231909 I all11I f9W IIjtrIlUI H 5Me fa pile rWIII I4hh IIlId I sod olher Ia n Nail nA rn MossY YIlt I a1I0 00 2Total Id In t lxea d H tndlvldti 111 ubJCI locbecli 1317111 4e ttIT1 Total I of my OeD lien I orlIl lon lnllA cured nd lIre lellrIU etc nll Ihlllr a1 Compsp lag A3 I ISO rarer curreucy and re U II ONlY 00 00 U flier 6 cent of elre allou ttOO SOI i Undivided nil xpense and nn tstandlux IOU It forT bore ben 01 Commission Grow Young Bitters drink and Onl North ott I orate Otern Aecurc4 Aeetltei at rlrete aanls Tr m dSTll9112 Alvlen expense one tit No89cl x Igd 1 and to I Ir6T front and s sand 8 SS4JIlo Notes t- Arrsctlona ckejs n r pole Este 13734 er ToTAt- LIADILI ISS f paldlu lea note ubect 9 STATIC above elate Expire week UI c remedl IIr h 0 t yes 1IiM T T tIWtA JWtlrt Free What Gold Stamps Do you save OOID STAMPS If not why not They furnish your home IRIUt the best inercliatita give them with nil purchases Start Collecting Gold Stamps Today and secure some of the ninny useful ornamental house hold articles jjiveh In exchange The following mer chants give them freely one i with each H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions R E McRoberts Druggjst Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries W M Cutter You hue rot to buy Dry Uoods Shoes and ether commodities Irom some Tho merchant In glvlngyou GOLD STA M FS charges no more but enables you to furbish your Mono FREE with many and ornamental articles absolutely Free by earning premiums on money you have got to spend with some Start Saving ToDay Free FreeI 1 i i i 1 G ericA e I u rul I I one roc urchttcet e andMeat Freee 3- I IIBeo NNINO JULY 1st THE I i l ut UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity Eahlallr 010 on PAQlIIa ud street Will Sell Trip Tickets To All RIll Norfiilk Moo 0 1 S Hit Atlantic City 2500 y MOOO VJa And LI Mig I 30Kl Spring Grove N J 300- 0ScaOlrtN J 3000 Cape May ffT M 1 5 Ocean 2580 0000 M PAYS UllKKAI HTOIOVKRB- on tale every day Hound trip tleketi York situ notion rail and wafer going one route and rtturulnr another Sloporjri allowrd Round trip tickets to all mountain and lumrocr rrtorti flowl Oct Hit Old Iolnt Comfort and rclurn and Ancuil II Tick CIOUdaji bloionr llownloi riliiru lrl return Aniutt I Tioki rood IS da 4C HtoMivtr allowtd trip a all l I VJ vJFor lull information call on or address Ticket fhotnlx OKOROK W BARNEY D I A WILLIAM M VENT Cllj Ticket Agent Uilnglon Kj J J WALKXK President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 15000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O ARt Csshr 0 D WALKBII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J B Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbbs Lewis L Walker rRo nd New Norfolk I IS i Y P 30k1 Ur II NJ 3000 UCeal 0 ve N J ISO 2380 2380 lN J NJ K New Good I W 21 50ell 1004 Atlantic CIt and I on return L hold t ti I RIO Nay j O A Arnold A BEAZLEyfi and NJLon 2J9U h 604aye Jul W I ry point Dale I i I l I i V y rULL LINB Or CASKKTS ANU IIUUIAt HOI1E3 ALWAYS IN STOCK Colored Fair 12 13 14 O9 A r J LANCASTER August r s B w i Why Darn4 j Stockings 7 YHand t It i d pt a Fr Lessons Rr raw CaN b r I D NINN GlitN R ARN Used on i iy enlag MecNMe Illoan b nb el 9I er lee h Til DIY it West Stanford stroot Noxt DOor to Mason Hotol Buggies t lltof Driving Wagons Phaetons Surries P xf I have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ver shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you i V money Come and see WJRomansLancaster Kentucky J I l t r1r ff i I I c ar r l Y TANOAMDIIto ForAll Live StockCAY AND MfC TO USIf- fEIIXS LICE TICKS FLEAS MITES CUtES INOWOMI SCRATCHES ETC DESTROYS OukSSt GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY ruES NONIRRITATING EFFICTIVI INEXPENtlVB THE L of r IDEA DI t1 yMT r i a i your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELOEN- as they will Insure yqur Tobacco also Office National Hank of Lancaster Phone 31 Wo have purchased the Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co and will continuo to carry a full lino of Coal Sand J Brick and Lumber k Give us a call We have 2 good store rooms for rent on Depot street Sanders Schooler Sanders 11 z X3 S a r e1I F r I Ir I i I irt 1 I r t l i il t k j w f M t iI I IJJ J if r 1- p f C 0 I QL h 11 ti 4 oa N C 0 W r itd R E McRoberts AM torn ran BOOKLIT 141WaN THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K DBNNY Proldiai J I 8TOHMES Vice C PENNY Caihlir J F Robinson Asat Oaslir- U T Embry Bookkeeper B1UKOT01I8 Saml D Oochran Alci R Donny A 0 Robinson John E marines S aW I Williams Ie Pm- S Donny J 0111G CD en- to 0 cN S n- tIJJ os rM- N 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORD About People Ne vg A of th Comlnj A Arnold has been on the sic Mr Will Hrooks of was hero this week Mr and Mrs A of Okli liuma are here with relatives Mr Iletllo Boott of Texas Is visit lag her father Mr Tram Conn Mr Rankin of Harrodsburir this week attending court Mrs ferry of Lexington Is vlsllln her sister Mrs Henry Simpson Mrs John Mallard to at homo a short rlslt to Lexington Meads Misses Hernia and Mary Lee have returned from a vlilt to Stanford Wm8teeleof Nlcbolaavlllr Is with her sister Mrs T B Wal ker Mill Margaret of Eminence Is visiting her sister Mm Ed M Wal Mill Settle West Danville the guest of Mr and Mn George Bobln Miss Margaret Mount attended the Press meeting at Entlll Springs toll week Elder F M Tinder Is at home after a short visit to Minerva Mason county Mrs Jesse Wearen of Stanford was a recent visitor of Mr and Mrs Joe Nevleus Dan Walker of Richmond II a visit to bis co sln George Dark ley Walker Mr and Mrs Robert T Etabrv Chautauqua at High Bridge on Sunday Misses Addle and Carrie Arnold are In Stanford for a visit to Mrs Crlt Eubanks Misses Ethel and Johnetta Hilton of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs II U Datson Mr and Jonas of Rich mond have been with the Misses Sbugars for a visit Mr Wm J Klnrialrd of Middles boro Is here visit to his mother Mrs Patsy Klnnalrd Sweeney of Eminence are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Walker Jr Miss LlllUn of Bryantsvllle guest of Miss Rella Arnold the first of the week Mrs James Anderson hoe returned from a vUlt to her mother Mrs Van arsdale of Miss Elizabeth Collier left Friday fur a visit to her aunt Mrs C M Richardson of Lexington MrE II Walker has returned from the Infirmary at Louisville and Is much Improved In health Misses Bettle Broaddus of Ohio and Mollle Broaddus of Klrksvllle are guests of Mrs Sallle Lawson Mrs JO Robinson and granddaugb ler Helen leave this week for a visit to Mrs Wm Jones of Winchester Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were house party guests of Misses Bugle at Mt Sterling the first of the weekDr James Staugbton left Sunday for his In Covlngton after a visit to Mrs II A B Markabury and family Miss Sue Anna Lear left this week for a three weeks visit to friends and In Nlcholaavlllc Lexington and Winchester MIMea Knapp West Lillian Cochran and Jennie lUgglna attended Kentuc ky Educational Association at Springs last week Mrs Charles Richardson and returned Friday to tbler home In Lexington af ter a visit to Mesdames I II Collier and J 0 Robinson Mr and Mrs R H Batson Mist loan Mount and Misses Arnold tended the marriage of Miss Toyls Carpenter In Stanford Wednesday Mesdames Mollle Swope of Indian spoils and WM Moberly and little daughter Gladys of Knoxvllle Tnn bere the guests of Mrs Gullev Mr and Mrs W B Maws are at homo from Philadelphia where they have been with their son lalaw Rev II N Faulconer who baa been III of ippcudlcllis FA Walker Jr entertained Friday evening honor of her Visit ors Many gucata gathered to partake Bf the hospitality of popular matron Mrs A Lear and chlldien Mrs Joel Walker and daughter Mrs Alice Brewer and little son spent most de lightful day with Mrs J B Manse Monday Mla Lee Prathor Helen Duncan Mamie Campbell and Messrs Paul Qrlggs and Owsley Farris of Rich mond were the guests of Mlsa Gallic Adams They were accompanied HIM Pearl Bettli and Jim Batth Bridge Ghautaubua Sunday MluLenls Neal Thompson who wss majrled In Lexington last week to Mr Alex Dunlap Jr of Midway Is and a grand daughter of Mrs Fannie city whom she hIt fro qupntly visited The bride li quite an attractive young woman Y fBrief and W All III oat Crab Orchard J Cadell Lear tame lain Ion attended for The Minev Lea ell wu the Iq V a Woodlot b Mamlo Thompso i 4 M Goings b1Thor ha- W where tram Mrs hereon Mrs Rocker a home relatives still eons are Mrs young thigh adaughtoratMrs Fprra of Ibis r a r k as I JlllYANTHVlUti Mr Jeff Dunn of Lexington last week Mr and Mrs J U Wllllnns vliltcc relatives In Utirgln Sunday I of Mlddlcsboro lutlii guest of Mrs Lizzie llurKcsH Mrs Sparks of Nlcholasvlllo spent lest week with Mrs J W Glass Mr T Adams of Slmrpsbuw ben been visiting Mr It A McOrath Miss Evelyn Camplioll of DanVllle Is visiting her aunt Mrs J U Wil hams Miss Katie Moore attended the Ed ucational Convention at SprlngH last week Misses Elizabeth RotlllT and Ferris Fielding of Sharpsburg hero been the attractive guests of Mrs T E AdamsMr Uultcy of Lancaster was here for a short visit to his sister Mrs Ike Dunn Mr and Mrs Sam IlMClden spent Sunday with Mr Raymond Haselden and family at Lancaster The Misses Marct entertained a tow of their friends at six oclock Monday In honor of Mlsscss Rat llff and Fielding of Sharpsburg Miss Mabel Dunn of Noblcsvllle Ind who was expected to arrlvo to visit Miss Ballard bad to post pone her visit on account of the Illness of her mother Misses Maymo Ballard Elizabeth Rattlff and Farris Fielding and Messrs Hogan Ballard and George Patton formed an automobile party that went to Lexington Sunday Mr R A McGratb Jr left to return to his homo In Green villa 8 0 alter spending his vacation with his mother Mr R A McOrath Sr Mrs McGrath and son Richard remained fur a longer visit Mrs T E Adams and Mr Price McGratb entertained fitly friends very elegantly Tuesday evening In honor of their guests Misses RatUft aud Fielding It was one of the delightful sffalrsiof the season The evening was spent In dancing and deli cious refreshments were served All had a most enjoyable 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life In con slant danger wild To day the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me Is largely from deadly disease If It bad not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could nut have lived be writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneu monia Its the best medicine on earth Guaranteed by R E McRobcrts Trial bottlu tree 1m CABTEH8VILLE killed a very fine milk cow for Mr Mid Freeman last week Mr John Calico and wife arc rejoic lOll over the arrival of a flnjj boy on the 20th Messes Emma Napier and George Cabell were visitors of G B Allen and wife the past week Mr John Anderson and family anumber of their friends and relatives Sunday Mrs MollIe Roop was tho guest of her mother Mrs R II Turner at Sliver Creek Sunday The Funny Side To say truth Mars won simply atqunded when he saw the cow jump ng over the moom Great Jupiter he ejaculated some pesky dogstar must have start a atampeed on the Milky Way Temperance you telling mo my good man what our sentiments are toward the saloon The Hobo Im strong agin It for ape thing And why are you against it Dey never has no bargain days A i i During your perilous rides on freight trains dont you ever expert jhce Inquired the soclologetto Indeed I said the Im always afraid uv a heartless brakeman kickln mo off In a Prohibition State Alas signed the tramp dramt tlcally no matter where I turns dares a hand raised against mot Which shows you ought to be thankful fer one thing said the husky farmer Whats dat That It aint a toot thats Isnt that perfectly awful ex claimed Mrs Meeker with the oven ng paperSome womans hat said Mr slyly Ho wine mans wit said the lady cultlnglr Im referring to this proposed church In Atlantic City nwbluu smoking Is to be allowed No harm In that Meeker there wont be any lace curtains on windows to got smoked up will bo Worst night riders are calomel pU or aloeatpllls They raid your to rob you of teat Not so Dr King Now Lite Pills They dlitrest or lucocvlence but the curing Culdr Headache OonstlpaUon Malaria 2flc at n V McBoberU 1m Iv till dinner I beasts w The lightning ed M w AdvocateWould mind tlIm so glad railed Meeker bet cleanse I where Miss Iorkin Ir Friday Sunday most time- S Lit was from entertainment St fear waggish hobo O said too there ANIehtllld Maid with always system ns 1 I Business Items Sorcon dO llaX Candles fllRius nil figMloVor ly W II Ward Kits HWeltfcirHrK V OISaF For cbHascldcn llfim A tu Ice on Katurl Crtyiry Ky peering Hinders Mowers end Hay Michaels Military Band o Clncln eat t ter j i Taxes Du I Fre Wh t B fli Farmerswho will conCracr Ballad Co urnplke Bid S Per cent Money Will loan In 8ums6f 11000 6t more I Ifv Us tail no to mnl6 application I i 025tf Q To Cave County excursion fa Mammoth Cave from all stations 2lsVon regular A three days trlptq ther world hotel limit ten days see L ft N Agent 025 4t 528Ot Buefta Vista Ky can bo seen at Superintendents olllce for white bo received right to reject any and Board of Education The Democratic of G nominal tine A to bo R M f 1 Hamilton 7 24t Chairman Never Without It FryeSr Danville Ky says Two years ago I gave your Bdurbon Hog Cholera Remedy to some sick hogs that I had no hopes of and to my surprise it cured them I have never been without It since nor have Iceased to tell others about It Sold by J R Mount Co line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Full line of Implements American Wiro Fence any height Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special price by dozen and case A lot of good Lumber at special price BECKER Ballard a Co Phones 15 T and 97Mi 1I1 IV Q trfittttti1t b Jt 1l C Qi 1111 1l11 rf s tncllIe- I I Wd V jb Y htrleneVOI 31 f r ivti OU l a rI l1 In V oa 3t the s pool I ly will C r sa trdm tt date until Jul Su Intend ant III will be ed IU 121000 Board ot Educatl the Fommittee ciil CommIttee rardljnlntyJ t room In Lapcali ter Sa rda to at m to aka so a actio I eleShta t he uny n Aese 110 l dates sent O T KY 1 dnaul elr il4 2 IDM rf1e s tari4CnI3FGs tlib3- tt r tA r i1ro r tits srtt n a ov e W rWeir l1arer- s v nn Ca leo Icet Ii t 5cf art all r s- 3C w b f r ish y do o cOc4 cek t oar kt r Me LJ re 0 will music to Tie iest n Kent cky hcl a6 LMcae 28 20 now ve tax ke red rc dy t give o a to race t at I III n o ar seer o gat- u D mD AuD the wl a wit bane cks- of cl arla in dch to hl e J- ns abe aboror Iling- e1 per Ballard Louisville V We are gw ready to receiyO bids for he ko fr m e KlrksvJilo pIk- to islet umnow o 00 w h I fit to re c an or II bid 3- 6Ity Sande Sect 0 Nlna y firste on real will n c the the fi t tlt Ear o t to B Sw road Mammoth J ly morning trotns t 1 aril red atuu gr t cat w nd fqr Icke the r IIS ad t e bad at h to and these ro tes qough 6h Cave also one ante or s tat atReturn or Sale Ono of Ire b t rho ey ma ng f ms- In U rr d tq r s Ic 40 res Als s ck a s cm g Im l ten at a berg 1 ld 4 Od p r a for price and scrl t10nW INl Bide 61000 t J reserving F o meet n ca h my towards an at t Kentucl All landl requested saving Upto date Far 1o iI L Q u1YANTSYLU Supply of COAL cd a1Nf4iaW41WflV UncleSams will ho exhausted in n hundred years or so That neednt worry you so much as whether your sup ply isnt exhausted now Let us send you a ton of stove coal anyway A Good Block Coal For Threshing Obelisk Flour in Barrels BANKS HUDSON McCormack Wood MACHINES Binders 1225O Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 gj Pure Sisal Binder Only Gets per pound i1 J E Mount Co i THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOIUOUATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stork McROBERTS J C Eubanks i Vice Pros R L Burton 2 Vicentes J W ELMORE Cashier Tlirnu Ant Cishier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank B L Wood Priit W C Fish VIe Prut W OvKcmpir Cubist PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKfOKATKO r 1fM J J1liIU1 IJ Twine 50000 oo R E rest DA I 9 T lH I9 J r Wo offer you fair trent mont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DIRBOrOH M COY BQODYN I S BORROWS JB WOODS K L WOODS WOFIBH WOWYNN n n un R L ARNOLD t Our Customers Ire Fully Protected by hdelity and Casuality Insuranc We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt boon open regular for some time but will bo opened every Saturday now Conic In and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO lien you n n want e I ArJ1Tsr1Jl RCOU sQLuisUl PHIces Quito Reasonable as with JIIo The G1- 6CETRITh tECOID A cant rig Consistent Quailty- r r o rCA isV 4a z 4 JJ W Morrow Graduate Optician aUtnei Fitted Satlifacllon Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted flfllce Hour Omee om- a am to 12 I pm to 1 BtormtV Drug B i WALTER DENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST once Mill Arnolds Mllllnjry H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE j Office corner Lexington St and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER ud COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KKNTUCKY A BE O Only White Barber- In Town North Public Square UR A B PRICE will practice Dentiltry at his homo Richmond ave every and Tuesday CufFlowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Cream Vermifuge lhono 221 Store I e iIIIIII j 4 t 1 4Tf over 1 Ii 1 1 yi I USE side of I Monday L I F uuuIHsuiusuio- l wI1IPE THE IIMMITEEI WORMREMEDY THE CHMJWEN8 FAVORITE TONIC Till INUINI fC ID ONLY IV BallardSnow Liniment lOUIS MO McRoborts Drug Store FINE FARM IN UAUBAllD COUNTY FOiL SALE A One blue grass armlor sItuated on new pike near Point Leavell end six loulb LatcaiUr conltluluf 200 acre well located In good neighborhood being i art of the John Walker tract with a bandiom new twoitorjr io Urooni residence thereon with all necenary outbuilding cud good now barn 40iou Well watered its never Sailing iprlnge end creek running through cub In hand balance one and twu year from day of sale bearing ilx per cent Inlereil until paid Ferioni looking such place please write W 0 WALKER Stanford Kj CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO tope Itching Instantly and will euro any ease or calp destroys the dandruff and prevents hair It will the the clean and healthy plo E W ROM Medicine Co St Low For uieatMoRoborU Drug Store Ask for fatnple AN OUKK THE LUNGS Niw Diseov or mil of i i J for A ITIVE KILLTHICOUCH 1 WITH Dr Sewed IMITTIONL Co- ST sale TiN ore color and leave Fbi sale for sam 4 Kings F r K McKoberta Drug Sorc f 1 fI t i I MMT ANI LUNI TUUILEL o 0 JY UJtWDZt 1 I 4 Farm and Stock In abnormal nensoni particularly like this in which many corn potato tnd tobacco Holds will of necessity bo abandonee on account of weeds and sites Intended for these crops not Ulllzid cnlch crops often are more profitable than the one urltflnally Intended them are late pota toes Held beaus navy r Iiind white kidney buckwheat sweet corn cnn bo planted any time from July 1C to AunustlB or even later owing to the character ot the soil elevation and latitude Means arc IcKUincH nnd mako Ideal sites tot wheat rye red top or timothy In latitude 39 degree they should not be planted beroro Juno 25 and you cat tllow us ion wo South seven days tom each degree of latitude Plant Indrllls thirty incises apart ind cultivate shallow twice or URP rain drill by stopplttK up alternate holes and nut cultivate Uuckwheat can bcsown from Jtttir 20 to July 20 can be harvested with tn old fuKhloned cradle dropper or selfrake A mowing machine with 1 cloverseed attachment can br utilized It makes a good site for the small grains and Is belter than millet as a weed destroyer Millet front June to question of rainfall Use Southerngrown seed and harvest be fore the seeds are half ripe unless you want Hum forseed or poultry If cut at right tfm It Is better than timothy for all kinds of live stock Sweet corn if you ha market for roasting ears or are feeding dairy beef cattle Is often very proQtabla- Oue oxtrcuu uiually follows an other and that low lying Held that till crop drowned out will make an Ideal sIte for one or all of these We have nut gone Into detail merely called your attention to a few of the socilled catch crops adapted to Southern Ohio Indiana Illinois Kentucky and Tennessee Ex General News There were ten deaths from the heat In Chicago Monday Two were reported In Indian The Indiana Refining Companys oil tanks at Torrent Ky were destroyed oy lightning The blazing oil set to surrouudlng buildings and the loss estimated at 150000 Senator Bradleyhad little trouble In having the on hemp raised from 2 cents to 4 cents by the Senate Ills amendment was passed without dc bate by viva voice vote fare law passed by tne Pennsylvania Legislature in re ceive another blow when Judge In Common Picas Court at declared tho law tlonal O Fur the first time since the long wrangle over the tariff schedules Aldrich met defeat when Senator Penioses amendment to place a duty of i cent a gallon on crude oil was lost by a vote of 34 to 40 All the members of the Roosevelt exposition which Is now In the district are well Theodore boss velt shot three buffalos This mation was brought In by porters re turning from the Rooseyelt camp The streetcar lines of and are completely tied up owing to the strike of the 3500 men Later A settlement of tile strike was effected at a hastily called conference of union men and car company olllclala at the Mayors officeDispatches to Duns Review Indicate that stocks of seasonable merchandise undergo sultlclent reduction und from all sections are uniformly favorable Good crop prospects large employment of labor and restoration of wages at Iron and steel plants create an optimistic sentiment Voters of Claiborne parish In Louis lana held a meeting condemning the action of tho Representatives of that State In Congress who bad been vot ing with the Republicans for high tariff They declare all such members are deserters from party culled on them to resign as they did not represent the party that elect ed them Robert Emmet Eastman cornered by a posse seeking him on tho charge of murdering Mrs Woodlll drew a revolver and tired a bullet Into his heart while standing In tIle rowboat In watch ho had attempted to escape Though the police believe Eastman was alone responsible for the crime his stoiy written In a letter found on his body will be Investigated Justice Dowilng granted Mrs Howard Gould a operation from her husband and alimony of 130000 a year In the Justices decision ho said all the evidence was In favor of Mrs Gould and that the conduct of Mrs Gould when she was alleged to hays been Intoxicated might have been caused by excitement The justice disposed of the allegations concern Ing Mrs Goulds meetings with Dustin Farnum by saying that they had all occurred slncoMr and Mrs Gould seperated and that Mr Uould had Sieve oblecled to thejn A Golden W dd na moans that man and wife have lived to a good old ago and consequently have kept healthy Time best way tu keep healthy Is to see Uut your II ver Its duty 305 day out of 303 The only way to do this is to keep IHIIardn Ilerblne In this house and take It whenever your liver guts 60 cents per bottle iioli by U E MclloberU jm e k I iiiihhIt and 11La toes grain tdn hc sown Augusta a r deaths The2cent WIl- son Phila- delphIa Senator Plttburg suburb advices that does I r a Among o fir ilk Soti c sand inactive If you wish to improve v your Bank Account VehcJ your MILk to the It WILL PAY t M 111 A tI A A A h flyWt Imvt t lJt lJwmlJwli 1 v tvt o l n r I U n l I h of1 t I t fi H il n t I It t t- S t 1 0 I ff t Ht tm tmt1 t1 oj1 r1 t A1t mt a ii I a tI 14 14 lt S 4 14A i 6REfMRY- F S A T Banders bought from Jcptha Onstott nine 0 8 Sanders and family spent wltli Mrs Mary Snyder of Taint Lick Mr Herbert Politer of Somerset Is spending several days with his sister Mrs Walter Fayno Miss Beatrice Sanders and Lula B Crutclilleld returned home Friday af tcrspendlnga week In Crab Orchard A Contented Woman Is always found In the same house with Ballarda Snow Liniment It keeps member of the family free from aches and pains It heals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscuslar soreness and stlfTncM 25c 60c II 00 a bottle Sold by R E McRobcrts 1m HACKLEV Mr Foley of McCrearv visited Rev P E Foley last We are glad tn know that Rev P E Foley Is uble to be out again entertained a numb r of her friends Sunday Logan guest aunt Miss PllnaAdklns Sunday Sunday School Is doing tItle at Walkers School house and ull are In vltedto come Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following arc the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur 100U as far as reported Olllccrs of fairs are requested to report to ilbnsor correction of dates LANCASTER Lancaster Fair Col Aug 12 3 days Stanford July days- ir Henderson July days Georgetown July days Madlsonf III J August 3 5 days Wlnphester August days Fair Lexington August Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Uniontown August days Ilarrodsburg August days LeltchUeld August 17 4 days Barboursvllle August days Brodlicad August days BhepberdsYllle August 18 3 days Ewing August 1U 3 days Shelby vllle August 24 5 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfurt August 31 4 davE Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September 1 5 days Fern Creek September 1 5 days Bardstown September 1 4 days Hodgenvllle September days Monticello September days Glasgow September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September J3 0 days Scottsvllle September 183 days Bedford October days Borea August 6 0 and 7 1orryvlllo August 18 3 days LIVE STOCK MARKET CINQINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Cattle lUcelpli MO- Bhipinenti 77 OimXl Shippers Extra Butcher steen extra Good to choice Common to fair lloltm extra dood to choice Common to fair Hog Hhecp WOO WOO Hit ltw SWi 06VS075 0 Bax 00 II 6 tKX CO X Qotuitocliolcu Common to fair Caunvri baloguai- K tra ralbulli I 004 W- ii a i t i 0031 M 3 lord 4 U Fair to good tOOOtTCO Common and large 47 C- Olioqs i good packer and botcher H UXH f o- Mlxtdpackeri T WttHW Stag 4 wa 10 Common to choice heavy Sal 6 6M T W Light iblpp ri TCO T 0 r tOO HIIKKIl extra 6 t4iflood to choice SK 34 10 Common to fair JUO IMI- AMriBt u tra V t 6H llood loeholc iMKili W Common to lair V T 40 h shoaLs at Gcts per lb 0 every and I week Mrs Turn Gay Miss Zttie et omls JULY 283 213 275 275 34 06 days 105 113 183 183 313 73 74 84 12 Julie isO II iO ItO l1li II 6Ost 6 II 1116 6IIit1l10 COW i t TS 76 huh iOsO a 7WfTW 11u5 II 10 I I J 4551 S 8IONE SUn- day was the other us any DAYS BlueGrass t4 3 extra etK54 4 I 4 4I C- AJAhVESieaIra a sow 1151 SIlO lbs lee 4 CA 4 CHKAP BARN FOR FARMERS Plank Frame Structure That II lily of Construction and Plans for Making the Same Below IR given a plan for a plank frame barn 38 feet by GS foot with 18 foot wails Tho corner poeta should bo raado of two pieces IxlO 18 foot long spiked together to L shape t- o In barn 00 rrot long U truium are uwd rnch composed or S pltcn lilOln I ft4 10ln10fti I tiritMM txloln and side nnd end studs 1x8 and set 4 feet centers Tho plates 2 Inches by 8 Inches laid on top of studs and a piece 2 Inches by 8 Inches nailed 12 t1 I brae blGn 10 n nt cea End section with purllne ponta nnd S2 cet In Corner are JilOln beam ZxBlnj enil on outside of plate and stud to a top girt to nail siding to Also spike one piece 2 Inches by 8 Inches for lower girt and two tiers of 2x6 midway Use 8x8 timber for If you wish to build up a 10 dIn bGIn rafter n set tapart poll eros girt Cccl be- Come door- posts Itaflen made of two Cabin with brnce between and together Tho tiroco alia 2xlOln and Is Inavrtod between tho other two piece Inch by 10Inch with 2x10 planks will not bo strengthened to resist downward pressure by having the blocks between but would be strong er for side pressure Do You Kuow Anything at Atj About Booths Balm the Antiseptic Healing Ointment If not then Its high time you did Booths Balm U absolute neces sity In hundreds of thousands of the best homes America Booths Is not a greasy Ill smelling repulsive ointment but a pleasant preparation chuck full of most antiseptic and healing virtue UooltiB Balm Is so much hitter than ordinary ointments for so very many things that most people are sceptical till they try It It cures burns and scaldssores and bruises sore nose inside and out ear ache chapped face and hands duff Ing and Itching skin pimples black heads eczema lore throat and chest nnd piles II E MoRobort sells Booths Ililm which contains that powerful and healing antiseptic calyptus and a large box costs only 25 cents Ourw catarrh or money back Jus brotktho it in lcco I they OUt lulU lIWoiIGOu L r pIe an Balm HYOME1llIt bruggistss 5 5 Trust CIOOK OP JJtJgtNKBS JUNI 30th 1000 toanilanit Dlncnunn ational llanki j HUM Stale Hanki and Hanker it Companlti llanklng lloiii and Lot K iteMortgages JH Other Stocks and Iloinli Bwl M- Uutrclicjr 80- Kxclmngo for Clcnflnut ijhr riiturrt JFund to iMjr Tatvi Uiirrrnl Kxpviiiei lilil rr ter Jii MI ll rtf and hd ounrd all estate ex cept home anif lot Itanjr I tfADIKITIKM Capital Mnw runil Due r o4Hor A follow via which paid TJWM 7J which Inlereli paid Demand Itilon whlcb Interest li Time certificate on which liueretl 1J4HO 00 Saving on which Intereit I Certlfltd Chocks one National Hank ikttg Due Tin il Com let J Unpaid I TaxeS due sod unpaid Capital Stock not SUlILKMKNTARY hIghest amount of Indebted fleas any tlockholder iton or flrni Including lu the liability of the liability of the Individual or Indirectly If such lu cent of stock ally paid In and amouut surplus of How indebtedness tl ied In above Item I amount of rd fleas of any director OMO di ref If amount of mel In debleduei exceetli cent of aldnp calitlal None How li tame secured I or Arm Including In th company in Arm the llahl ofihe ual member thereof ex capital and actual No II to into amount oftmch I Were all tereit and ttx dfductfd dividend wn iot than 10 t period eoTerrdbrAhedlv fund before laldVilvldiud- wa declared Yes branch Initllntloa heinz conducted by your No your Inititntlon yet started bnilneii In III department No Wfy f State of County of flarrard nJ W ATrutt Co a Dank organized ISOl looted and doing Lancaster InMld eoun duly u rrt ten true statement of the cot dillon ol the Hank at tho close of bud the June IVOU to tin belt of hl and Iwllet and further Say that the business of laid Stank bat been inns acted at he location named ibiS not elie wberei that no branch bank are eon ducted by bunk and that the above It compliance with an ofllcal notice received Hecrctarvof Inrtbb nth day of Jnne l v ai the day on which inch report ode f i W Subscribed ard worn to before me by J W Klmon the day of tune l uu Thomas liilillc MyCommlnlon Kiplrei January th HT J II Haielden Director Price J True That others know more than we do I true At laat Ive hit It We know It ao but atlll Ita true We aU tat to admit It Detroit Kre Treat Nerve Camone Talking of nerve neighbor Smith Is about the limit Qobhart What Usa ho Carsono ilo called ovor jrcitordny morning to borrow my gun saying ho wanted to kill a dog that kept him awake nights Gebhart Well Carsone lie killed my dog Judge All He Asked And what asked one of tho once famous actors friends as ho bent the bed would you like to have carved on your tombstone T Is then not some sentiment which ypu wish to have used as your epitaph Yes tho dying mAn replied Lot It bo this It never was necessary to givo him a bonent udgo Welt Placed Foote Llghte The program of this thrilling drama says The rest of the members of tho cOt wore placed What do you suppose that moans T Mill Hue Ilrotto They wore out of sight I guess that moans Statesman The One In a Million Mr Klatbuah Out of ovory million loturs that pass through postoffloo U Is calculated that only ono goes astray Mrs Flatbuih Seems strange John that the one I give you to snail should always be that one Yonkors States man AutoPhraseology Agnes I naked grandma to Join us at bridge but she says nhne been playing all thq afternoon and ox haustvdlladys Yes shes rubbertired Judge floe but boa sot In his ways- I should say ho Is That man wouldnt aside If ho met a piano falling down stairs Cleveland Loader DaysFirst or Is It a fast day Second IJoordor Yesi this s hash Wodnosday Judgo Wednesday ClUAItnmM JUW8ItL Bank A TJIIt Di 50 U- UurlrAII tellte1 31110 blue 1Ir03 title trout TII Other 11 fG110 111 m IINO 110 iM lU In u cash 1111 sntjec to ieck ion interest of deposits 0 hank slid P 16i 00 cOlnn I 1 r sc I act ci o I at bank None ecu V of Ooeumountollodebll neu of U I Lbll I dhld Cf edit I Id tip mount dldd aQ O ell 01 I el In less nIlor for the f n I Kelltnck Klmon bularu In lb I Ort d 01 State ball be lrnort Cashier D No TJ m T the I sot novo T I I I I I I I 0YI- Iarrard Co- AT kKSouflcEd co 0- erIrsits troit trot Itai isneou vo SI 101 soil SlIM 23M ion ioctIo vinelong a ion t than fly Jear I 55 Stock aid c a0 Pr St I I 0 oil aid PIMO V Poe Stats ashiers beck outstanding 10100 C It er p d l I ee rent of lbba tre bank miss trust Cashier The hank being swOrn says Ibe a said nelson S said sot A ISiS Logan I S S done beside a S Mntinc Graded Common School lUectlbn Notice larrard County C6iiT i Regular May T rm ih Id Court met puriua il to alljoiirn melts and the following proceeding hail Ireienl lion Fori Viitge K V MoWliorlur and others oh pttlllatto CI tablUh atlraded School In Ihtf Ttrrl tory lit and around the village of Mane flat rard County Keiitnciy A brlttrn petition having been flld In the omc ol thedarrard County Court o April II 1900 ilgnrdt y K C MoWhotlpr J it Iark T U Bplllronn It L Atnolil I 1 U Doty Jr V Walker Charle travel W WWeM J Wade Walkrr Jetty llu ln Win fi May i Woods II K Itcrndon and Walker mote titan ten Irgal whlto voters nit taipayrr III the Common Hchool Dlitrlclaikltigllielnclge of tin Suit rard County Cotitt to li Oradril Coin mun K lerillrtrtn agreed min by Mitt Ixtwprb theJiidpDlllio pail Contt and the said site of the i lil namrtl In theiYld vtltltn In ln n in a lot ot alxiut three are of laud now owned I faring upon the Lanraitcr aild lllcmondurnplke op poiltn the Church and whlih li near the vlllVgeAit Manse llarrard County Kentucky tllllon having teen ap proved In willing pu said pellllon by Millie I Smith of Common Hchouli otdarrard CouUty Kenlucky and the Trni of the School Dlitrlct bf tlar rard County KVntnrky ol which the aid graded common school district will compote either the whole or apart having ilgned and approved In writing on pe tition and contented In writing on salt peti lion for the eotahllihtnenl of the ald propOf ed Uraded Common School a follow J Deanahne Trustee rtf Common School Dlitrlct A Trustee ol Dlitrlct Not It rrartontTruiteeof Dlitrlct No H W W U Trustee No IS II C lloaln tee of blitrlel No to and the laid ieillloti having presented to the Judge of theOar County Court on Monday April iMIhMwl and noted of record upon the lite lu open Court ame being regular term of the rard County Court and the sail tltlou and cause Will continued for eiceplloui anti hear ing until the regular May term the Court towlt May lllb IIMI and thll having been ontlnnrd for hearing and sri for Soaring on May win 19 and upon the aid dale came Jame AToddTruilee of Corn moil Bctibol Dlitrlct No I Of which Ih laid Iraded Cummon School humId will compox either whole or pins and asked ermlnlon of to withdraw Ml couienl and have name etrlcken front the petition content ing to the etubllihment of the propoied Jrad ed Common ehool to which lbs petitioner objected the Coult being advlied auitaln lou ol the pttlllonort thcrcu on L L Walkei Attorney for A n Kilrldge R U white Tolcrt In tne propotf I Graded Common school Dlitrlct and moved 1 10 court to deny the relief tougbl In petition i application herein became Ihv ilgned by the tjperlulcndrutil Common Scl wit ol Uatraid Counfy MltllK D Smith In p ton but ai tlguel by Jennie higgins wai authorlied to act sod wat acting for an In behalf ol tbe tp ilnteudeiit ol wli said Hmllli ibo wa tern the county and ho court 1lm adtted over ruled the laid Mollrtn and tin said petltloi lhereu oiib lilg inbinllteil to Conn n ou the and lililljlti and he Coo telng advltedteiehy grants lilt rcllel ouh In said petition and It h reby ordered an adjudged b the court that a boundary x aid Off for Iht ald pio mon Hebool dlttilet and f pole be opened ard an election ibtrllt pt Oarrard Connty K ntucky nwfn the proposition of taking the cntoand with of the legal whim voter In teirltorr of the proHie d Corn School Dlitrlct or not they will vote all cent upon each oil hundred JolUr of aitetted tatable property iMlongltirflo legal voltr atloni ind a poll tax of 1100 on eaehwhlu male Inhabitant over tl year Ol chasing lullable groundi electing build rep ilngliulldlngt and maintaining and operatlm taM school and buying such lurnl lure and M may necessary and lor the and payment ol she necen try to conduct The boundiry of the said district ol the ld Oiadrit Common School a agreed upon between the Judge of too Oarrard Court mini the petitioner herein mined at lollowii lleglunlug with the laud of 0 W llnrphy excluding Murphythtnce to fie lattluvau Including Uitllucau thence to John Tankertly thence Including Mary K Kenueei thence Including It F Iarton thence Including C lloaln thence ticlucl log Tboi mien and Steen Iheiica In eluding Kobt lloaln thence Including Mr Fanny Steen thence Including Urauvllle Clark thence Including John Creech thence Including Adrian Mctcall thence Including Klla Smith thence Including Mary A licit thence excluding Win Slum thence exclud ing WI Kaliton thence excluding Jon nl inker tissue including John Wiley thence eicludlng Hobt Champ thence In eluding Mrt Moberly thence excluding Jams Champ thence excluding Jams Ouynn thence Including 11 0 Uuynr thence Including K I Wools thence from said Wood to the centre ol Ialul Lick Creek thence down ald Saint Lick Creek with meander Including all tho village ol ialnl Lick on the Oarrard County tide to M K Ron land thence with M K lion Includ lug Ron with the laid creek to the mouth Henderioni branch lliecc up lleiiderion branch aud wilts ROM line and continuing with aald branch until opposite leo Heailey colored thence leaving Ibe branch and run ulngwltji the Lowellanfi 8 ooiivlll pike said hike to tlie land of Mr Spur lock thence excludlntbe land of fiarah and Including Rlannil and Iatrlck thence Ipcludlug 4 1 Uavell thence Includ ing theure luiludlng tho laud ol ilarlet Reatlalu thence Including W V 1olnt School lloutu living excluded Ui nc lucludlng Wiai D l llui Ibifuce John Illgglnboiliam items theuco hurt thence excluding Jams lluruildei thvtico exclud lug UB Morgan thencu excluding Samp thence In cludln W i Aalker thence K II tbece excluding Luther Mc ucry thence oxcldlug Win Faulkner thence with and 0 W Murphy to tbe beginning and at jio lilance U the saul boundary In ex tend than two mile had a hall nor to Includinnore of the land of lbs boundary of use parties names herein be liiclud ed wIlbluaradiuiolIHnille Iroiulliu said ro oivd 1b boundary iiamljclug use outside boundary of llii dlt ilct and all within Iho laid In b said Jraded Common Hcliool lilittlcl anti to Include all legal wblla voter slid th at tenable of llio iam logvlher with bat ul ill eoriMirktlon Included In said Kiundary II li minISter du by the ald that larrird Ken lucky will cauieV to bVojiened and an election bold within and bouts llhlntald boundary upon the propoiltlou i t election to bt hull ou slit IIMI bo ed Ore nutwi the said Shaded Common School a provided by law at willed and place all legal wbllu voter 9 ol will it court adjourn Aft ford J a 0 0 A true coy attest J A Poly Clerk 0 0 p Notice ol the above order It liwbjr glvwt Slid lha KI will be opened a dlieclvd b laid order and t uriuaul In sense U A AIINOLD Hhcimaairard County This Juuu IV 1W A V e lat l TIII lacy Woo II Ie I district pI itatnI n1 rr the 1 O fe hleh hut jn I imlendsist tees not proposed No James Todd Well TruI ol Vllifle No Nelson Mar of flistnlet Trim rand Ua ot laid tau lb his lIe ed the ollec Woods ant said wit liiblie lie porarlly fro lb Js OlId COin e held 011U 0 tI rlh anti e Oed district fur Ibe lur tugs I ipment f tear Count nl I nol dIn nclu41n ltInito l Iud lei bou liar vropeI lisa Oil Court 01 lit of the liar cl out h eloclloll lellal white Yoler STtIlIlJA LILY sustl II lImy titti Ilsel there elect fur time oven I be Ofdun I I WPte 1 ii liven S W the lTnIr vain Pciooin lie SChOOl by all Co all 1 said a lbs Court I titers legal same was no t the moss tttwhit I age iii sl4sait b oitsent ri land sal said Skip Sir 1 its 5 ito Sirs tony I5clm4ing line Arohs4 cluduisg Wslkesj sIte Its use S jilstdcl rein all thIs order said 150 aSsail year age 5 T Worth a Thalig1it dn the Tin 1liito llio Mills llrnnil Irfhblo Top ntul Wily tin Hot nun cause they know Uooliitu will in i hmucr cheaper In price mm less oxntntpto and samples V W WITH HUB HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The germs that cniioo skin tlwsuwfl must to tho surface of tuoskln IJMon c tnlla l HorWtcrtwl uso will do tills nm will y cuw For everywhere plo C tit Louis Vet said ii Moll ilMrti Unu Store Tdl Huviiig a ilretulnsa Stcnm Drilling Onlllt for drilling VTatcr or Oil Wells j- Im prepared to drill them nny tlebth For further information write JE HAMMOND LnncAstcr Ky POSTEDThe undersigned ncroby give to all persons nut to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever aA wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of lha law Fishermen especially mIce notice WS Ferguson Mrs PI Gill aillliplc- Kd Iortwood W TW orrcl VI U Anderson John A Sanders J W Sweeney U L Burton J I Nave II U Jiolan- HO Arnold WUUxik- Duyo Dudderar Richard llcrccrnor Mrs RK Daniels II L Kelley US Ullcw I II Anderson David Tomnsnn Thou Owens ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Arc quickly cured by 7HMO a clean for uo liMO U best known remedy fur tholnstantrclkf mid cure cczomn dandruff plica nnd every fyrm of akin For solo Wrlto for sam pic E W Rose Medicine Louis Kcr sale at McllobcrU Drug Slorj A k fur sample FOLEYS and TAR CURES CoughsandColda PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption P ly Honey and Tax not emf the cough but bonfk and atrength ni the lungs and prevents swiotu suits from a cold i There Ir no danger of PnenmonU Consumption or other serious lung trouble u relays Honey and Tar U taken u It will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop lato pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Feleyt Heney aM Tar will cure you quickly aa4 strengthen your lungs Remember tb name Fetoy Honey and Tarand refute ay substitute offered Do nottake chancel with tome unknown preparation that costa you the lAme whoa you litFetoye Honey aM Tar that cost en He mere and Is safe and certl results Contains no opiates tttre After Phyelelaite taM N Hari Oonsumptlen B II Jones Pastor M E Church Orove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I bad a very severe colt which physicians said was very Bear pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through friend I was Induced to try a sample ol Poleys Hooey and Tar which gave BM 10 much relief that I bought some the regular sue Two or three bottle cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had aajf trouble with my throat Urns Three slws2So SOc 100 The 50 cent IM contains two sad one haU limes as much as SM id the 100 bottle almost eta times haucbi a AIM IEMMMIKI If r t tile MillAr iii f hey thiuhr Hllll last q rlco 2IJ l Iulliltoll 1II111lrltrtcl furfU ur kIn till 10 Wrltn J- t JII and WJ or CoSt n HONEY J I Nit I can ia f 1 t4 or lulI tue that I t t j the fILl 4 5 Mills rletnl Ynitli told 1isitttritt 115s Varibest owlS tiry Fetid t Multi lit Ky for smun S k Erilling warn- Ing litiiitcli Clay Sutton tim stop d a small 2l cci ji 3I0fl1Wt3 I I ssssnssssswtsssssiJ r K IV Morrow Graduate Optician Pitted eatlifaetlon Hughes Swmebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted phone 221 Hour Omee over I im to II I pm to 4 Blormti Drug Store DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Office over MUl Aruolda Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor Office corner Lexington 81 sod Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J B Robinson UWVE8 aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Offlffe over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING LANCASTKR ME Only White Barber In Town North ild of Public Square DR A B PRICE will practice Dentiltry at his homo Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Cream Vermifuge r j mAl e i 9mee 13 fJ 1I0NE IN f I II INtmANoE t KH TUCK i I IIi t i f f fI 1 I j31 WALTER J I TVIionoO5 I I S- 1JE1 i T I a ci I1 I I 1 BUT- t 4 1 HOUSE i V Ik h IusiiuHuiisuuuwissssIH 1 If I C WI1IPE THE IViUITEEl WORM REMEDY S TH CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC iwai riniTaTieai Till IHWIHI rir e ONLY av HardSnow Liniment C T XOUIV MO MoRoberts Drug Store PINg FARM IN UAIlfiAItD COUNTY FOR SALE A fln bin jran farmfor tale sItuated on new pike near Point U r ll and ilx mlUi louth of Uceiitir conlalulpf 200 well located In good nol liborboodV Ing part of theJolm Walker with t bandiom new twoitorjr lovenroom rtildene thereon with all i ciiary outbuilding and good new barn 40sOU Will watered liz never tailing iprlngi creek running through TSBM cash In hand balance and Iwo from dajoliale bearing ilx Inlcreit until paid Perauni looking or inch tiara please oreM W 0 WALKICK Stanford A NSITIVE CURE FOR IANDRUFF ZEMO stops and will euro case of Dandruff or calp ZEMO deetroYI the dandruff germ and hair It will hair arich color and leave plo W ROM Medicine Co St Loula For MieitMoBoberU Druu Store Ask for sample Dr Kings II f acre t one X aD the scalp clean and heAlthy E KILL OOUOHI b WITH 4 T had I I and 1 years percent write LtcWn asia for earn I I1LUNCI- j I Now 8IgL4 I II K McRoberU Drug tore lr q JC r I t J i Farm and Stock In Abnormal sciwonS particularly like this in which many corn potato toil tobacco Holds will of necessity bo abandoned on account of weeds and ulllzd catch cripn often aro more prulUablo than tho ono orltflnally Intended Among them are toes field beans navy red stud white kidney buckwheat sweet corn rotatocd can bo planted any time from July 15 to or even later owln to tho tiharactcr of the still elevation latitude Means an IcitUmcn and make Ideal sites for wheat rye red top or timothy In latitude 39 degree they should tint be planted before Juno 25 and you cat tllow as ion uo South BCVCII days fur each degree of latitude Ilant Indrllls thirty Inches apart ind cultivate shallow twice or URP drill by stopping up alternate holes and nut cultivate Buckwheat can be sown from Jibe t6 to July 20 can be harvested with tn old faMiloncd train cradle dropper or selfrake A mowing machine with i attachment can br utilized It makes a good site for the grains and Is better than millet weed d 8troyer Millet from June to question of rainfall Use Southernurownsced and harvest be fore the seeds are half ripe unless you want tlum for seed or poultry If jut at rlitht tlra It Is better than timothy for all kinds of live stock Sweet corn if you ha ea market tot roasting cars or are feeding dairy or beef cattle Is often very proQtabla Oue extrein uiually follows an other and that low lying field that tlip crop drowned out will make an Ideal alto for one or all of these We have not Rone Into detail merely called your attention to a few of the catch crops adapted to Southern Ohio Indiana Illinois Kentucky and Tennessee Ex General News There were ten deaths from the heat In Chicago Monday Two deaths were reported In Indian The Indiana Refining Companys tanks at Torrent Ky were destroyec by lightning The blazing oil set tire to buildings and the loss estimated at 50000 Senator Bradleyhad little trouble In having the duty on hemp raised from 2 cents to 4 cents by the Senate Ills amendment was passed without dc bate by viva voice vote The 2 cent fare law passed by tne Pennsylvania Legislature in lOuT re celvel another blow when Judge In Common Pleas Court at Phila delphia declared the law unconstitu tional O For the first time since the long wrangle over the tariff schedules Sen ator Aldrich met defeat when Senator Pentoses amendment to place a duty of i cent a gallon on crude oil was lost by a vote of 34 to 40 All the members of the Roosevelt exposition which Is now In the Sotlk district are well Theodore Roose veil shot three buffalos Till Intor matlon was brough In by porters from the Roosevelt camp The streetcar lines of Pittsburg and are completely tied u owing to the strike of the 3600 car men Later A settlement of tile strike was effected a called conference of union men and car company otllclals at the Mayors office Dispatches to Duns Review Indlcalo that stocks of seasonable merchandise undergo sufficient reduction arid ad vices from all sections are uniformly favorable Good crop prospects largo employment of labor and restoration of wages at Iron and steel plants create an optimistic sentiment Voters of Clalborne parish In Louis lana held a meeting condemning the action of tho Representatives of that State In Congress who bad been vot Ing with the Republicans for high tariff They declare all such members are deserters from party principal and called on them to resign as they did not represent that elect ed them Robert Emmet Eastman cornered by a posse seeking Win on tho charge of murdering Mrs Woodlll drew a revolver and fired a bullet Into his heart while standing In the rowboat In wnlch he had attempted to escape Though the police believe Eastman was alone responsible for the crime hla stoiy written lu letter found on his body wlllbe Investigated Justice Duwllng granted Mra Howard Gould a soperatlon from her husband and alimony of 130000 a thejustices decision he said that all the evidence was In favor Mrs Gould and that the conduct of Mrs Gould when the was alleged to have been Intoxicated might have been caused by excitement The Justice disposed of the allegations concern hIll Mrs Goulds meetings with Dustin by saying that they had all occurred slnco Mr and Mrs Gould seperated and that Mr Gould hat never to them A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived a good old ago and consequently hut kept healthy The best way to keep healthy li to see tliat your ver does Its duty 305 days out of 3 W The only way to do this Is to keep IHllardit Heroine In the house and take It whenever your liver guts In active 60 cents per IxHtleBuld by B McRobertt jnt I r I I Intended fur thrllo A noL late polo mlllil and August Its Bnd clover eed u a can he sown Augusta oil suburb I at hastily thoparty of oblected to II c A I C C iitca Crtip rain stnahl soce1ed Wilson re- turnIng I a yearn arnuin I liZ ii j i If you wish to improve your Batik Accounf send MILK to the IT WIL PAY 3 i f S J AU Ai H U 1 0 w iiHW OVf 1 1 t i I I q 0J I J 1ln 1 I i 0 l ti fnoI 1 t t n your t u rt 1 t wow u Ouu uu AAA i I i r r I r I It Ill ew t I pa t I Ci 1 I FJ6REftMIRY C IU 810NK A T Sanders bought from Jeptlia Onstott nine shoats at Sets per lb J S Sanders and family spent Sun day wltli Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick Mr Herbert Folder of Somerset Is spending several days with his sister Mrs Walter Fayne Beatrice Sanders and Lula B Crutclifleld returned uomeVriday af terspendlnga week la Crab Orchard A Contented Womn Is always found In the same house with Mallards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains It heals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscuslar soreness and stiffness 25c 50c and II 00 a bottle Sold by B McRobcrts 1m JIACKLEi Mr Foley of McCreary visited Rev P E Folcy last week We are glad to know that Rev P E Foley Is able to be out again Mrs Turn Gay entertained a numb r of her friends Sunday was the guest of her aunt Miss Pllna Adkins Sunday Sunday School Is doing tine at Walkers School house and all are In vltedlo come Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur lOOt as tar as reported Olllcers of fairs are requested to report to us any omls slbnsOr correction of dates LANCASTER JULY 283 DAYS Lancaster Fall Col Aug days Stanford July days Henderson July 275 days Ueorgetpwn July 27 5 days MadUuHifllle August 3 5 days August 3r4 Fair Lexington August 0 J days Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Umontown August days Harrodsburg August 11 3 days Leltchtleld August 17 4 days Parboursvllle Auuust 18 3 days Brodfiead August 18 3 days Sliepherdsyllle August days Ewing August 10 3 days Shelby vllle August 24 5 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfort August 31 4 days Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September 1 5 days Fern Creek September 1 6 days Uardntown September days Hodgenvllle September 7 3 days Monticello September days Glasgow September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13 0 days ScotUvlllc September 103 days Bedford October days Berea August 5 0 and 7 Perry vllle August days LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAIID- SJuusao Cattle hogs Sheep Hvcclptl 650 KJOO sew Bhlpmeuti 77 IW s OATTlKlBhlpp ri S6Y Kxlra Oti fl71 Uutiiher extra 0 UCes5 flood locholce 6 5 a CiO Common tu fair i iMX 6IJ llelfmextni W Oood to choice 5 X t tominou to fair 1 xa 10 extra 4 eotiH ta Oo d to cholcu M 4 00094 W 1BS 7 Cauncr awxaiw ItulN 3 1044 Ul 4JOS4l Fatbull 48XA4U Kalrlogood COSTCO- Coinmoit and large s u HUVHOI- UMUtdpaeker T4d 00 Blag iMXtfdlO Common choice buayy Nl coin I K6t1 W- Mghl iblpp ri T MMT40- rtg iio ibi md dcoa w IHXS4 10 0001 U i ViJl flood to choice tommou to Ulr UUriBi vitra pod ucliolca Common lo fair ciiIi ii i i 1 y Miss 11 E I M isa LlIan U 123 213 Win hester BlueGrass 105 83 313 14 74 84 12 183 lId V O Ii a 16 0 VOIIIIIIOII 10 lair r V bal 00 butcher 0 lOll lUll tII I 0 ft J I I C Y p- I I Zttle C lid deer V owl Ira CALVEateatra 747J 7 gool ickera SIiKltitesra 4 1 I I h CHHAP BARN FOR FARMERS Plank Pram Structure That U of Contructlo and Plans for Making the Same Below Is given a plan for K plank frame bam 30 feet by 65 feot with foot wall The corner VOlta should be made of two pieces 1x10 18 feet long spiked together la It shape 01 Hoe HU H HUH 1 I IeflISIH 1 It In barn 00 fret long U trUMr are u ronipnacd of I JxlOln ft4 IilOlnldft I brace txlOIO 11 ft 2 braces I lMn 10 ft and side and end studs 2x8 and set I feet centers The plate 2 Inches by 8 Inches laid on top of and a piece I Inches by 8 Inches nailed aeh I pieces studs End ccctlon with purllne pout fx5ln and S feet In Corner are JxlOln rroa beam ZxSln end on outside of plate and stud to a top girt to nail siding to Also splko one piece 2 inches by 8 Inches for lower girt and two tiers of 2x6 midway Uso SiS timber for door posts If yoy wish to build up a 10 poet 111 girt ZxSin rafter 1110 n I feet apart become eat Hnfter mndn of two IxlOln with brace between and Bulked together The bruco U alan and Inavrtcd between tho other two plecea Inch by 10Inch with 2x10 planks will not be strengthened to resist downward pressure by having the blocks between but would bo strong er for side Do You Kuow Anything at AlJ About Booths Balm the Healing Ointment If not then Its high time you did Booths Baltri Is absolute neces sity In hundreds of thousands of the best homes Iti America Booths Balm Is not a greasy III repulsive ointment but a pleasant preparation chuck full of most antiseptic and healing virtue Booths Balm Is so much better than ordinary ointments for so very many things that most people are sceptical they try It It cures burns and scaids sores and bruises sore nose Insldo and out chapped taco and hands chaff Ing and Itching skin pimples eczema sore throat and chest and piles R E Me Roberts sells UoothH Ilil in which contains that powerful and healing antiseptic eu calyptus and a large box only 23 Onrcs c turrli or back Just lirwtho It in Complete outfit 2x I they pleasure earache blackheads ell l m GOu WlAI Antiseptic- S an ill coats HYOME1dIlhIu F t I UABIKITIKH- t Capital Knndl Undivided mill OH which lulereitVlot paid 73WI 73 Detwilti anbiwhich Intereitil paid Demand halos which Interenl II paid of on which Inioreilli 19l 0 doc Saving on which I Certified Check r flue Katlonal flank f flta Bank and Do Trait Companlei J Unpaid dividend Taxes due ind unpaid I Capital Stock not paid I- BUITLKMKNTARY tllgheilatnonut ol liulcblcd any lockholderJ peraon company or of the or firm tb liability of the Indlvldin thereof director Indirectly If inch r cent ot capital ttock ally and actual samount of mrplui of tlat How Indebttdnei In above Item I secure T amount of l nei of anY director cer amount of In debledueii cxeeedi cent ot paidup caiitlal Howl same I Doe amount of Including In fir firm the liability Hi ual thereof ex qUAUf KItJjY IlEl lT ortnu V Trust Illi OIX8R OP DUS1NK8B JUNK 30th 1000 bltcounti UverdMfl Overdralti uniectired alllaiika Dun from State Hank and Dtio from Trust Companlt flanking and Lot Kttale Mnrlgagv H Other Stocks and Honda Hlxcl Currency I- Kichango for carrlfd at call I Furniture nn l Flitum fund I Current III Uuarj tee J J 90 MWM 15CM CM unit huwlongnunrdtll trf ex owued that year I Al IDIO ro- I OW W capital and actual JtO t to itMe amount oilmen Indebtednt Ust therefrom before dividend than 10 not oi for the period dial I Ml nrpliii fund before w d UredT branch Initltullonbeing conducted bjr your No Hti your Intuition yet started butltif M In Iti trust department r No I imro Rule ol Kentucky County of flarrard in J W rrtIUuk ATruit Co a Dink organized 19W looted and doing bulnru In the city pf Lancntwr inMld toun ty twine duly worn foregoing rporlu true iiatrment fOil dition ol the ld llaukal the ot bust the ftith day lCd 10 the bilof bli ll tbat the tmlnei of ald Hank li been acted at location turned aUil not elcwberel that no branch bauki are being con ducted said bunk and that Use l made In compliance within ofllcal notice received KfcrtUr of da ilf nat sotb day of Jnne lav ai the day on whIch such report iball be made f W Elmore Cashier Subicrlbed ard sworn to before me by J W Klmore use soth slay of IJiw Thomas Notary Public UyCommliilon Kiplrta 1111 J It Director T i Irlce J True That other know moro than we do la true At laat Ive hit It We know Iff ao but cult ifi rue all ute to admit It Kre Press Ntrv Carsono Talking of nerve my neighbor Smith It about the limit Oobhart What has ho done Cartono Ho called over yesterday morning to borrow my gun saying ho wanted to kill a dog that kept him awake nights Gebhart Well Caraone Ho killed my dog Judge All Ha Asked And what naked ono ot the famous actors frIend as he bent bo side the bed would you like to have carved on your tombitoni T la there not some aentiraent which ypu with to have used aa your epitaph Yu tho dying man replied Let It be It never was necessary to Blvo him a benefit Judge will Placed Foote Ughte The program of this thrilling drama says Tho rest of members of the cait wore well placed What do you auppoaq that moans T Ulna Sue Ilrottft They woro out of Ight I guess that moans Yonkori Statesman Th One In Million Mr Ilatbuah Oat of ovory million letters that pass through the poatoftloo It U calculated that only ono goes astray Mrs Flatbijsh Scorns strange John that the one I give you to should always bo that one Yonkem AutoPhfaifelogy Agnes I naked grandma to Join us at bridge but she says shoa boon playing all tho afternoon and Is ox haustedlladys Yea shes Judge Gee but hes set In his ways I should say ho Is That man wouldnt aside If ho mot a piano falling down sUlra Cleveland loader ptclal Days First Hoarder Not hungry or Is It a fast day Second floardpr Ye j la Mash Wednesday Judge Wednesday I IGarrard Bank MaAOUItuEt4 lon nit DI mo U 10 OI Juu troin 1I OI03 IIatkere lion 11 TII 110 1167670- I to 7t 1 2aM lOll rtf ellei d Tim terllneale lid p2300 Calblo lloeoullll 0 lIbllll I lu I I batik None II ed IIllbt lode or tU of None secured T lodeillt ne or n euou I or lb Iblll- a I ceM 31 tr ceDI lit dIEM Were I d dude d elAlol- i tot per enl ron ha eorlr b he don Yes te 10 Klmor I on or June Illd further Iran OYe I Jon P Logan Iden We f ones f this the I mall Sot novo this r 1 I I I 4 Co- AT swi a Iflul a eeio L pay Tax leols ion loectint hne tat g lot ilats7 ton i lIt Stock eld in is esil seam IlsO it flue Depo or e lollow vI 1erostI ii Pus banker tire IC If cud firm C AmoUniofiet nh IteuoO all updpe el In- tereat and WI eu of l bank s say the I CI close tie sa the b Stat A lIT Detroit a Statesman rubber tIrod S I 5S Inline Orruled Cotiiiupit School lUcctldn Notice t Utrard Coiiuly IlccuUf M f T4rm ttil Court met piirimttit to a J iifh inept the Tollowlnn rroccedltillt had tretenl lion A t ford Jiictfc K t MiSYliorluf and other oil IUIoi toes lnbllJh Tl railed Common Rcliool In lhrfT trl tory In and aroiiinl llio vllUutfot tent County Kenliieky fliavhiR Wit ftl omr olldeiUrritril County Court 0 April 14 low signed liy K C McWhntUr Turk T aMplllnsn It I Arnold I HlArki J U ttdtyiJrilllreniTrrrlllW flnyiifr Wood Walker Charle Iravrf J Wade Wnlkrr Jerry IH ln Writ i II Wood II K tUrndon and Rl Walker more than ten legal while voter nit taxpayers In the loinmon Hchool IU lrlcl atklui 01 ilia liar rard County Court In A tlradpil coin mnn In A terrllortn be agrrrd upon by f Court mid laid naitrd petltloer Hie ol the sell Klltlflii to IK upon lot ol Uu three of land now owned wyK CMeWihrtrJ hlelili laHiif upon the Lanoaiter Jmt op poitt the Church wlilih li near th TlllVneA ll n o llnrrarit Ronuty Kenintky rllllun hotlnx been ap proved lit oil laid petition by Mlttlo I Smith of Common Hchooli oldarraid Kenliieky and the Trill School i trlcti of Oar rard County Kenlnrkjr of which the aalil propoicdnradedcoinmnii ichool district will compote either the whole or apart hiring lined and approved In writing on said tlllon andconenud writing on etl lion for the eUtillhment of the mid prnpoi et Oradvd Common School ai follows I School Dlitrlcl KoX James ot rauoiKTrniteeof Dlitrlct No d W W t lol Dlittlct No U N l on i District Ha Id It C lloaln Trill of Dlitrlcl No 40 and the talil tlloti hayIng been preientcd to the Jndie of the Jar rard County Court on Monday April VotbilAf and noted ot record upon the date u Open Court tame being a regular term of Oat rard County Court and the sail ptllllon and came was continued for rxccptloni suit hear ing until the regular May term o the laid Court towlt May SIlO Iww and Dili liavjug been continued or hvarliig cud cwl for hearing on May Wilt IK and upon thn data ClinG James A TuddTruitee of Com mon 8cFrt ol Dlitrlct No t Of which the laid traded Common School District will compose either the whole or tint and asked permliilon of the Conrt to withdraw Mil conunt and h v his name atrlckeu front the petition content Ing to use eitablUhment of the propoied 3r d ed Common chool to which the tllloiifr objected am1 the Court belngad lied autlaln obcc of he ptlftloneri thcrrupon Walkei Attorney for A II Kilrldgr K L Wooduand ilhertlegal white ol Jit propoif 1 Graded Common Hchoul Dlirlct anti moved 1 court to deny the rijlef lougbl In pctlllonei i application herein bcanie lh Signed by the tiperlulendeut if Common 8cl wliof Uarrard Couny Mltlln 1 Smith In p IQU but was stint by lentil HlgglDi wbc wai aiithorlied toiact and wai acting for an ID behalf of tfperlnleudeut of Public Set rail ald Smith Abo wa tern porarily the county and the toiirtblii adtlied over ruled the laid Motion and the tltloi lhrrenpoiib submitted the Conrt u on the and Jihllilln and he ConrCVIng grants the relief In said pitlllo and It hereby ordered an pole be opened mrd le iberia of n the propoilllou of 111 of the legal whit r of the projionl Com hethiror not they will rote ah animal tax of upon each one hundred olUri of niteiied property iMlouitlnrfto the whlte legal totere llon ncl a poll tax of 1100 on each whip tnaleluhabltaut acer II years Of age proposed district for the pur chasing lullaBIa erecting build lugi rep maintaining and oixrxln latfl ichool ansi buying inch furul lure and i jllpment al may b neceiary and for the ei and payment of she uecri iry to conduct The boundary ot the dIstrict of the Graded Common School at agreed upon by and between Ibe Judge of ne Oarrard County Court and the petitioner herein named aa lotlowi Ilrglnnliig with tho laud of 0 W Murphy excluding iald Murphylhence to fxw lailluvau Including said Oaillueau theuce to John Tankerily thence Including Mary K Kenneci thence Including U F 1arton lloaln thence exclud lug Tboi Oreen antI Irccu thence In cluding llobi Doaln thence Including Fanny tureen thence Including Clark thence Including John Cruel thence Including Adrian U tcatf thence Including Ella Smith thence Including Mary A licit thence excluding Win Blows thence exclnd log WI Italitou thence excluding Mri Iso nie Dakar thence includIng John Wiley thence excluding Kobt Champ thence In eluding Mrs Mobcrly thence excluding lame Champ thence excluding James Gujrnu tbence Including K 0 Oiijni thence Including E I Wood thcncv from iald Wood to th centre of Ialiil Lick Creek thence down said Ialut tick Creek with meander including III village of r lnl Lick on the darrard Cuuuty side to M K lion thence with U K lion luclud log Ron nd with th sail to the moult of llendeioni branch thence up lleiidenoni branch with lion and continuing with until oppoille leo ll ailey leaving the branch and run ning Lowell 8 oonvlll pike and to IK laud of Mrs Bpur lock Clique excludlntbe land of Sarah Spurlock and lucludliig Rtanflll aud Talrlck thence A U Uavell thence Includ lug Mri John ihence luiludlng list laud of llarlet theiire Including W V Point School lIon e being excluded uieiico llnilh uce John llUglnboliiama heuco Un tInts tissue xclud ng Jam Kuruildei tissues exclmV lug C S Monan thence excludliiK Samp Archer Illgnlte llieuco In cludln W Bf thence Including K II Walker excluding Luther Mdjuery Win Kaulkntr Ibttic with and 0 W Murphy to tb beginning and at io litanc U boundary to ntend thin two stills a half nor to t d wIthin r lluiol3f mllii sail proposed sits Ih boundary naiuil outild boundary bf lh sill dl Diet Htid all within Iliu suit bouifilary In said Graded Common HclioollHilrlcl and to Include all legal while voter and Ih ai Miiabl proper ot Iho iamulo thir with that ol ill torpor III Ibe said boundary II li iirther ailjucliod by the Court that Ih HI ei IT of Uarrard Cuunly K u lucky will came t poll to W menid anc an hold w bin the Mrlct and IMIIII dary set out h rein j vlilolj electIon all legal while volen wlllilii d boundary upon lit propoilllou t ouihf prdvr aid election to b ttiu lIst low cud at the sang tn ro ilull be elect d U ru l t ilia cud Commaii Bchooi i provided by which Hint nud iloc l gl while voter om v ag volu court adjourn All rordJO C 0 A Iruo copy attest I A Posy Clerk 0 0 p of the above order U li r by and Ih poll will b opened M dlwlvd by a4order cud pursuant to saute Noipbli rloa rr rdCouD y a I B I e a Mall e A dIll Use 1 It W the propoCe Uatici cite Iii belwl the 1111 hll lit II tea d Iti mOIl ki4 S II 8nl tlenIeut Cots 17 ur non I ail Ulllloahu Trustee dI Common Trustee IlIstriel Non Well Trustee Ibo fats said 1 ed the lot L I the no She fro I rleh 1D0lh the court for Proposed COn moo held t County UI liking and In tertltor o UlcI a cent lib lOll COI ground I rs C It the lId iUd ftl all Id u hard lie tony secI lieu I eludIng tissue thence nel ding md saul sit r lId inoind ore of of boulld IAU name lservius Ibaurill lie Jbcllld here hI lie lIon Illolu od I 11 traded ml ill I run of will usslitled to u r T J s T I C6tirI ansi SePt I let trItten petition May district of use Jtstge tutu ibeJiItltU the aid site schOol Slam isis I all writ tee the Co e in ATodd I Jay of lee said I said C- sme was cud I adetsrdjheiehy I idjuIgvd bj that botundary b laid Oft lt4 aI4 flchooidlsInict and an elctionis by CnIucy Cheteoso voters 110 mop stall sist oyrnetst tear said ails thsnc including II hip Itt Sir It astalu ding a zcludlng alter the cc ez g Use lbs land lbs the cc a trontjlse beIng Use the salt else IIos suIt IitTUltiJA lILY Ilsu situ for a law be Ordered Notice slyest Ill Julie iv itw 14 Worth u do llio Tin Plato tho Metal tile HlniiKlo Mills litttfo Kiicttirlen use Swan Jltanil IVbhto and VorlbcstHtibbor lluollnu Wily do they lint imo their own bfi limy know testily will hut liinucr III nnil oipMinpto lay Write tot prlco and W WITIIKH8- wo B Main stLc lM ton Ky HOW TO CURE SKIM DISEASES Tho germs that cnuiw skin clbrnMa must u tho fcurfitco of thufkln nnil ilc ltoWd External tlso will do this nnd will euro every form of Itching akin Ulwnws nAlo Write for Bum pic E Medicine Louis For unto ntMotlilurtfl Ufu Store Hitving R llrptoliiBS Sloniu Drilling Otitllt for drilling VTaler or Oil Wells Im prepare to drill tlicni any icbth For further iiiformntlon write HAMMOND Lancaster Ky POSTEDncruby give to nil persons nut to trespass upon our lands for nny purpose whatever OA we will prosecute offenders to Fishermen especially take notice WS Ferguson Mrs J I Gill W J Qllllsplo Kdlortwood V U Anderson John A Sanders J W Sweeney It L Burton J I Nave U 0 llolan Dye Dudderar Hlchard Bcrgcrnor M WHCook Mrs R K Daniels CS Bitllcw David Tompson B L Kolley I B Anderson Thoo Owens ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZKMO A denn we ZHMO Is the best known for tholiutant relief nnd cure of eczema dandruff plica aud every fyrm of skin Berlin ll HMn For solo everywhere Write for sam pic E W Co tit Louis Fcr at Me Hubert Drug Storj Ask fur sample FOLEYS and TAR CURES CoughsandGolds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption rtMys HMiay and Tar not stops the cough but bouft and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re from a cold There Ir no danger of Pneamoalev Consumption or other serious lung troubl U Feleya Honey and TarIs takes as It will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles OB the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when FoUye HeMy MMl cure you quickly aael strengthen Remember this same FteyaH n y aM Tarand refuse any 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