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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUllK IIKUGION UNTAnmilKI DKMOCIUCY AKl GOOD OOVMINMIMT TWKHTlKIll VHAIt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 1 won HVMBBtt 11 r ii r t P T TJ WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS J V m j 1 J I t Etc t 1 f I I I IL c I J a I n c i f r I Next week Is tho FAIII Kid Ocorgo Vercoe of Waddy Kentucky Illlcd the pulpit at tho Christian church Sunday Morning Ho said that Brother Tinders meet lug at Waddy was a great success Wo are glad to hear that tho meet ing at Waddy conducted by Kid M Tinder Is growing In attendance and prospects are must encouraging having hud 1C additions during tho first week Perfect Acenlon HatsonM Balloon Ascension Saturday night caused quite a crowd to gather on the public square Different tram Wrights aeroplane up quite a while and made the flight perfectly March Juror Money Reedy Its no longer a Joko Wo really have received tim money to pay the Juror who served during the March terns of the Garrard Circuit Court Call on K E HcUobcrts for your money Corning to the FAIU next woek Business Change While tho grocery firm of Currey and Davidson will continuo to trans act business under the same name Mr Alex Doty Jr has purchased an Interest In will bo pleased to walt on his old friends and appreciate the patronage of new customers Oodllna to Eat Tho Lancaster Fair Association has decided to furnish the dinner this year which Insures a good ono and plenty ofOlt Messrs Joe Haielden and Jim Hcazley will superintend It and that every one jots a good square meal They have engaged old hue and chickens enough to teed 10000 people Park Union Services Most every sent In tho park was filled at the Union services when Rev O Hush addressed tho people Many people from the country are taking advantage of tho services as was shown by tho number of around the park Rev C U Brown will conduct tile services next Sunday evening Yes theyre coming to Lancaster Fair next week Warren We note with regret tho sad death of Mr AI Warren at Mlddlesboro last week who was drowned In the canal of Yellow Creek Wr Warren moved from Stantord to Mlddlesboro several years ago where ho accepted a position as News editor of tho Me had many friends In this country to whom his sudden death brought much sorrow I l6 stayed I It and I I Middle botu see buggies News Itecunl One Hundred Fifty ODDS and ENDS j v In Mens and Youths v SUITS Ranging in price from 000 to 2OOO that we will close out at 350 550 750 i These are good styles but are mostly small sizes If you can find a fit you can buy the great bargain ever offered in Lan M caster k i H T Logan Reduction also in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT r 4V 4V i I i I l- i I i It est 1 entire r f 4V ff fl I I 4 I r Successful Tim cluunup last work help ed tho us wall as the anltury condition of the town vnry much but ninny poisons refused to respond to the call Chief Hrrron reports to thAt ninny wngon loads of trash were Imnlcd nt tho citys expense Wo hope tho city will oljor their assl tanco main before the fnlr and that nil who refused before will reconsider and cleanup before they are made to do so Tho Sanllalro The Sanltalre pool room that will bo opened on tho corner of Lexington street and Public Square with W 0 Dunlnp as proprietor will be lust class In every particular Now tables furniture and all other convcn fences have been secured for tho players comfort Colloc sweet and butter milk will bo served In with u lunch counter It will bo open to all for Inspection next week everyone Is Invitation to Seattle Expo Tho following Invitation has been extended from comrads In Seattle to the Confederate Veterans of this P The John 1 Gordon of Veterans The K Lee Chapter U D C and The Robert E Leo Camp S of C V all of tills city unite In extending to your Camp and through your Camp to tho members thereof a must cordial Invitation to attend tho Exposition to bo held here from Juno 1st to lilth 10UU Lest Communion Last and Fourth Quarterly Common ion of tho Methodist Church year which closes Sept 1st will be held at too Lancaster Methodist Church next Saturday and Sunday week July 31 and August 1 Ruth the Lancaster and HubbleMcKcndrco churches are Joined In this service both congrega lions composing one pastorate The fourth Quarterly Oniclal Con fercnce of tho two Church Boards will be held at tho Memorial Church Lan caster Saturday 230 p m July 31 for annual exhibit of church business All olllclal Items of congregational and Society work for the church year In fiscal and statistical arc duo at this session for careful exhibit at Annual Conference of Churches Iarls Kv In September 100U According to U S Census Authorities the Methodist Church In tho United States stands first In fullness and accuracy of Its statistical and kcal exhibits served annually by church law Kentucky to Show Corn Rankin commissioner In time department of agriculture laborand statistics huts been appointed vice president for Kentucky of tho Natio nal Corn Association and announces that the stale will make an exhibit at tho National Corn In Oma ha December 6 to 18 Arrangements were made at a con ference of Corn Association otllclals with Mr Ilankln In Frankfort this week and It Is expected Kentucky grain will take u high place and win ninny of the prizes In the list worth 10000 which Is ollcrcd at tilt show in Omaha Mr Rankin has one hundred or moro boys In Kentucky growing corn from pure seed They will show this In an exhibit to bo held at the Kentucky Stato fair grounds and then tho best will go to the National show AH It Is well known Kentucky stands high as a corn producing state when acreage Is considered It Is tho hope of Mr Rankin and his coworkers to bring the average yield per acre up to among time best In tho United States Mothers Love I Different A young married woman said to her Mother I wonder If you love your son George as well as I love him as a husband It seems impossible Tho woman replied Well Alice lot mo toll you tho dir Terence In your affection for George You love him because ho loves you and Is really lovoruble and is exceed ingly kind and affectionate and his thonghlful attentions anticipate all your wants Hut lot him cease to l o loving and affectionate and become cold and Indifferent neglecting you becoming even ubuslvo and violent and lot him throw away hU manhood and go Into tho mire of Immorality and drunkenness Then I should not bO surprised to see you cease loving George and to see you sue for divorce Hut Ucorgo might neglect mo and treat mo unkindly and assault mo with violence and stagger Into the gutter Nevertheless before binding up these wounds I would help Glut upend wipe time slmo from his check and kit him and put my around him and what others might say or think of him I would still love and caress him as my own darling son That Alice Is perhaps time difference between your lovo and mine for Ucorgo Kx Notice to Teacher Tho blanks fur teachers reports have boon given to tho chairman of ouch Kducatlonul Division Teachers are requested tocull and Hot us early possible Theso blanks a id differently from ur V tiled at the end of each iu6r o It If ups County Wpful pasty C14 I l of the State funds until U WnHsi are legally hued out an will o BUT County Sad how quickly RKMoRoborta way U Alaska M O II grins sou urrunK rOt nil must bo shIne d of teacher liars mint or O IM dont- I office or for clay Funks tai connection community Campo Yukon 1aclllc muthor hn law yj- Uatotcf at Y Edntatlo pal Y requeal ut Burley Society Note Tho Circuit Court room at Carlisle bald gathering of to bupRo growers Thursday Tile aM om bly was add reused by several speakers among them 1resldcnt Lcbug who ex plained In detail limo potato of tho pooling contract and thought It the best that could bo desired and win aura that tho ten per cent reserve clause was the best In It Mr Lcbus looked upon tho might for tho present pool as gcod an won now basing his opinion upon reportscomlng from var ious counties He won mono con to lilt side and his remarks were frequently applauded At u meeting of tho Harrison county Hoard of Control at Cynthlana last week It was agreed that a campaign of education was necessary for tho purpose of explaining tho warehouse clause Tho members of tho Hoard were very enthusiastic as to time re suits of the pool They passed a res olution approving time pooling pledge as presented by tho District Hoard of tho Hurley Tobacco Society which was signed by every member of the Hoard stating that they believed this to be tho best protection over the farmer Winchester Dem Corn Stalks May Take Place Of Wood Prof H T Galloway of tho Agrlcul tural Department at Washington who has been experimenting with cornstalks as a material for making paper announces that great progress liar been achieved along this line While he dues not say that the so tar prove that the thing Is actually accomplished aud Is a com mercial success ho Is very hopeful that It will work out satisfactorily The paper workers are greatly In time experiments because If It turns out that this great product of the farm can bo turned Into good paper It will have a marked effect on the paper making Industry Cornstalks are about tho cheapest product grown on the farm and while out entirely useless as stock food of acres are allowed to go entirely to waste every year Paper making wood Is becoming somewhat scarce although there is nc such routes In tho Northern woods as some alarmists would have us If however the Government succeeds In making good paper out of cornstalks the wood will last longer and tho price of paper will not bo ad vanced to a point where Its use would necessarily bo restricted The government has done many great timings for tho benefit of the harmers but If the cornstalk experi ments prove successful this achieve ment will rank among the most bene tidal It will be a great day when the farmer can read the news printed on undo from the cornstalks grown In his own field Good Cheer For Invalid This Is the time of year when all who era gifted wlthhculth and strength turn to tho great Outdoors to through tho coming months In Summer sunshine In balmy air In the colors and odors of flowers and In the blessed green of field and woodland Vet while Spring brings joy and pleas uro to tho world at largo It forecasts only added discomfort to tho Invalids who aro shut In their rooms To thousands who aro permanently con tined perhaps to some In this very neighborhood Summer does not mean weeping ylows of hillside and valley delightful scent laden breezes or through shady lanes It means only comfortless nights and days In bed or wheel chair cooped up In a narrow room where time ulr Is hot and stilling without hope of relief The report of the Pennsylvania Branch of rho Just received states that this branch alone numbers 054 ShutIns In Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia and Ken lucky Time ShutIn Society was organized In New York City In 1817 for tho pur pose of bringing cheer and comfort In to time lives of time sick and lonely It provides tho Invalids with reading matter cheerful correspondent and Christmas curds air cushions hot water bugs etc Sick room ap pllances such as wheel chairs bed rests bed tables rocking loaned to those who need thorn Ex changes tot tho sale of tho work of tho Invalids dro maintained by anti by this means many are enable to obtain tho necessities of life ThlsSoclety presents an opportunity for anyone whowlshcs to take part In this work of making afflicted lives more endurable Now associate or active members are desired who will correspond with the Invalids and visit those In their neighborhoods Dues are II 00 a year The Pennsylvania Branch also wish es to any Invalids In these four f R to whom tho society could raying Tim dues of Shut iuyHve cents a your which cream freezers very reduced In reference to the contributions Notice of will bo gladly ro to Ohutly acknowledged It James 1110 Chestnut St tho Governor and matted pit reouoal any objections o e w o Inn otithimsiastle millions believe paper rambles Socloty birthday time Brand q hoer Unit lie subscrIption to 118 I the magazine of doze nacre p nelt and ort vol Mary sill eased to the ortreadld Parker NIcholson 1 0tile omen rsa pen sill and all who ubllshol I aria ledge crat experiments Interested revel Shut In chairs at titan Lii t tl Nppll Tud usuIn he 1Vladu I by tl e Make Your Headquarters HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Exhibit I FAIR GROUNDS faH Free Ice Cold Cistern 8 Water Plenty Chairs Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on i i J lj 9 AT m 2 2 2 2 1 p r 6 It2 I r to1J 1JJ1J1J 1J1J J t 2 t2 Old Ur lFolo3oro21o1 d- Z If u tr1 1 t7 b I ATet t t l I 8 1 i WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky l I at Strange and True There was a lawyer In B whoso name Strange and It was said that never since ho had started In his profession had he told a lie But one day he died and a collection was tak en up among those who know him for tho erection of a memorial steno ter they got It a dispute arose as to what would bo suitable td Inscribe on It They all had something say except Individual who did not seem to take any Interest In the matter but nothing seemed suitable At last time person referred to was asked what ho thought about It Well sold ho I have something short and sweet How Is this Micro ties the body of a lawyer who never told a lie nut people will not know who ho was they protested Well herald when people see tho Inscription they will say Thats Strange and so It Is TitHits On account of tho Garrard Coun ty Fair July 28 20 and 30 ono faro plus 25 eta rate will sooty from Parlf Corbln and Louisville and Intermedl ate stations Special train service dally from Richmond Corbln and Louisville and return Lv lUchmond 130 Lancaster 955 a m iteturn LVI Lancaster 6 p m Ar 1 p m Lv for bin 010 u Lancaster 007 u m Return LVi Lancaster 6 p Corbln 7W p m Lv Louisville 7 a m Ar curter 1130 U in Return Lv Lancas tar 6 p in ArLouUvlllo oilfi p m At too II L N LOW mAr mAr mAt was ono b Rates Lao Mr and Mrs L G Davidson are rejoicing over tho arrival of a tine boy whom they have named L O Jr UNION Walter Wells and wife of Kuthcr ton visited hero Sunday Mrs A J Hammock and children were visitors at Dripping Springs Sun day Mr A K Walker of Hlattsvllle was time guest of Squire W S Walker Sunday Justus ho was preparing to visit his native stato Mr Linsey Beau wont of Indianapolis was suddenly taken sick and died on ills CtUh birth day July 16 Ho Is survived by wife who was Miss Martha Anderson eight chlldron and two sisters Mrs Win Duncan and Mrs 0 W both of this county Ho was with Woodfords Cavalry durlnuUho He was a dovout member of Christian church since early manhood and was possessed of maiiy tine traits He was related to tho Wests Rays Sellars and othej prominent faiillics of Kentucky PLEASE CALL AT THIS OFFICE M M m w in A A Ik I V 7f PAY Subscription l Murphy oaf the tYOUR a I hits t a THE CENTRAL RECORDKKMuwit UNTAiimitJM niwociucy AKD ooon UOVIMXMKNT TWKNTIKTH rhea LANCASTER KY FIUDAY JULY 2J won HVMOBtt 11 j 1- r I lUJll J I i j WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS JJi 1 r Etc f f or h a tt433XXX 4 a Next week Is tho FA III Eld George Vorcoe of Wntlclv Kentucky llllod the pulpit at tho Christian church Sunday Morning lie Raid that Hrothcr Tinders meet hug at Waddy was n great success Wo are glad to hour that the meet hug at Waddy conducted by Kid F M Tinder Is growing In attendance and prospects are must encouraging having had 16 additions during the first week Perfect Ascension liaisons Jlalloon Ascension Saturday night caused qultca crowd to gutter on the public square Different from Wrights aeroplane It stayed up quite a while anti made the light perfectly March Jurors Money Reedy Its no longer n Joke We really have received tho money to pay tire Juron who served during the March term of tho Oarrard Circuit Court Call on R E McRoborts for your money Corning to the FAIR next week Business Change While the grocery firm of Curroy and Davidson will continue to trans act business under the same name Mr Alex Doty Jr has purchased an Interest In It and will bo pleased to watt on his old friends and appreciate the patronage of new customers Oodllnosto Eat The Lancaster Fair Association has decided to furnish the dinner this year which Insures a good one and plenty ofOll Messrs Joe Haeelden and Jim Reazley will superintend It and see that every one gets a good square meal They have engaged old ham and chickens enough to feed 10000 people Park Union Services Must every scat In the park was tilled at the Union services when Rev O P Hush addressed tho people Many people tram tho country ore taking advantage of the services as was shown by the number of bug gies around the park Rev C C llrown will conduct the services next Sunday evening Yes theyre coming to Lancaster Fair next week Warren We note with regret the sad death of Mr Al Warren at Mlddlcsboro last week who was drowned In the canal of Yellow Creek Wr Warren moved from Stantord to Mlddlesboro several vents ego where ho accepted a position as News editor of the NewsRecord Ilo had many friends In this country to whom his sudden death brought much sorrow lJJ Middle boru One Hundred Fifty ODDS and ENDS In Mens and Youths SUITS Ranging in price from 1000 to 2000 that we will close out 350 550 750 These are good styles but are mostly small sizes If you can find a fit you can buy the bargain ever offered in Reduction also in our entire CLOTHING DEPARTMENT A tt l I Iioio I j J j H T Logan t ff I I ate rW greatest Lan- casteri u I 1 Successful The cluorMip dnjr last week help fid tho looks us welt as the military coinlltlnn of late town rnuili hut many poisons refused to respond to the call Chief Hrrron reports to us tlmt ninny wagon loads of trash were limited away at the citys expense We hope the city will oiler their assls tnnce again before the fair and that nil who refused before will reconsider and cleanup before they arc made to do so The Sanllnlro The Sanltalro pool room that will bo opened on tho corner of Lexington street and Public Square with W O Dunlap as proprietor will be first class In every particular Now tables furniture and all other conven Icnccs have been secured for the players comfort Coffee sweet and butter milk will be served In connec tion with a lunch counter It will be open to all for Inspection next week everyone Is Invited Invitation to Seattle Expo The following Invitation has been extended from comrads In Seattle to the Confederate Veterans of this com munity The John II Gordon Camp of Confederate Veterans The Robert K Leo Chapter U D C and The Robert E Leo Camp of C V nil of tills city unite In extending to your Camp and through your Camp to the members thereof a must cordial Invitation to attend the kon1aclllc Exposition to bo held here from Juno 1st to October 10th lOUJ Last Communion Last and Fourth Quarterly Commun ion of the Methodist Church your which closes Sept tat will be held at the Lancaster Methodist Church next Saturday and Sunday week July 31 and August 1 HaUl the Lancaster and IIubbluMcKcndrco churches are joined In this service both congrega tions composing one pastorate Pure fourth Quarterly Olllclal of the two Church Hoards will be held at the Memorial Church Lan caster Saturday 230 p in July 31 for annual exhibit of church business All oniclnl Items of congregational and Society worK for the church year In fiscal and statistical are duo at this session for careful exhibit at Annual Conference of Churches Paris Kv In September 100J According to U S Census Authorities the Methodist Church In the United States stands Brit In fullness and accuracy of Its statistical and fiscal exhibits served annually by church law Kentucky to Show Corn Rankle commissioner In the department of agriculture labor and statistics Gas been appointed vice president for Kentucky of the Natio nal Corn Association and announces that the state will make an exhibit at the National Corn In Oma ha December G to 18 Arrangements were made at a con fercrce of Curl Association uillclals with Mr Hankln In Frankfort this week and It Is expected Kentucky grain will take u high place and win many of the prizes In the list worth 10000 which Is uttered at the show in Omaha Mr Rankin has one hundred or more boys In Kentucky growing corn from pure seed They will show this In an exhibit to be held at the Kentucky State fair grounds and then the best will go to the National show As It Is well known Kentucky stands high as a corn producing state when acreage Is considered It Is the Mr Rankin ana his co workers to bring the average yield per acre up to among the best In the United States Mothers Love I Different A young married woman said to her Mother I wonder If you love your son George as well as I love him as a husband It seems impossible The woman replied Well Alice let me toll you the dif Terence In your affection for George You love him because ho loves you anti Is really lovcrablo and is exceed ingly kind and affectionate and his thonghlful attentions anticipate all your wanly Hut let him cease to l o loving and affectionate and become cold and Indifferent neglecting you and becoming even abuslvo and violent and let him throw away hU manhood and go Into the mho of Immorality and drunkenness Then I should riot DO surprised to see you cease loving George and to see you suo for divorce Hut Uoorgo might neglect mo and treat me unkindly and assault mo with violence and stagger Into tho gutter Nevertheless before binding up these wounds I would help him wipe the blmo from his check and kiss him and put my urine around him and what others might say or think of him I would still love and caress him us my own darling son That Alice Is perhaps tho difference between your lovo and mlno for George Kx Notice to reaction Tho blanks teachers reports have been given to the chairman of each Educational Division Teachers are requested get am4 as These blanks Kro arranged differently must bo the teacher surf district trusteeml chair tiled at the end of iuontli tlio onicoof the rnteBdent Supt Urabba IQ pay none of tho State funds lint these reports are legally tilled out ajui UN County yuporlntcndont a U S Yu M C hope or 1I upend for lotlllland y I luau of c EdncaUo Irlslon and oa h County nu very Alaska Conference muther ln law from an used tai i 1 Burley Society Notes The Circuit hurt room at Carlisle held nn enthusiastic gathering of to bawn growers Thursday The nwom bly was addressed by several speakers among them President Lebus who ex plained In detail the points of the pooling contract and thought It the best that could desired and was sure that tho ten per cent reserve clause was the best In It Mr Lebus looked upon the tight for tho present pool as good as won now basing his opinion upon report coming from var ious counties Ho won many con vents to his side and his remarks were frequently applauded- At n meeting of the Harrison county Hoard of Control at Cyuthlanu last week It was agreed that a campaign of education was necessary for the purpose of explaining the warehouse clause The members of tho Board were very enthusiastic as to the re suns of the pool They passed a res olution approving the pooling pledge as presented by the District Hoard of the Burley Tobacco Society which was signed by every member of the Hoard stating that they believed the pledge to be tho best protection over offered the farmer Winchester Dem ocrat Corn Stalk May Take Place Of Prof H T Galloway of tho Agrlcul tural Department at Washington who has been experimenting with cornstalks as a material for making paper announces that great progress Has been achieved along tills line While he docs not say that tho ex periments so far prove that the actually accomplished and Is a com merclal success ho Is very hopeful that It will work out satisfactorily The paper workers are greatly In terested In the experiments because If It turns out that this great product of the farm can be turned Into good paper It will haven marked effect on the paper tanking Industry Cornstalks ore about the cheapest product grown on the farm and while not entirely useless as stock food mil lions of acres are allowed to go entirely to waste every year Paper tanking wood Is becoming somewhat scarce although there is nc such famine In the Northern woods as some alarmists would have us If however the Government succeeds In making good paper out of cornstalks the wood will last longer and the price of paper will not be ad vanced to a point where Its use would necessarily bo restricted The government has done many great things for the bcnctlt of the farmers but If the cornstalk experi ments prove successful this will rank among the most bene ticlal It will be a great day when the homer can read the news printed on made from the cornstalks grown In his own Held Good Cheer For Invalids This Is the time of year when all who are gifted wlihliealth and strength turn to the great Outdoors to re vel through the coming months In Summer sunshine In balmy air In the colors and odors of lowers and In the blessed green of Held and woodland Yet while Spring brings joy and pleas ure to tho world at largo It forecasts only added discomfort to the Invalids who are shut In their rooms To thousands who are permanently con lined perhaps to some In this very neighborhood Summer docs not mean sweeping views of hillside and valley delightful scent laden breezes or through shady lanes It means only comfortless nights and days In bed or wheel chair cooped up In a narrow room where tho ulr Is hot and stilling without hope of relief The report of the Pennsylvania Branch of The just received states that this branch atone numbers 054 Shutins In Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia and The ShutIn Society was organized In New York City In 1817 for the pur pose of bringing cheer and comfort In to the lives of tho sick and lonely It provides the Invalids with reading matter cheerful correspondent birth day tad Christmas cards air cushions hot water bags etc Sick room ap pliances such as wheel chairs bed rests bed tables rocking chairs are loaned to those who geed them Ex changes for tho sale of tho work of the Invalids dro maintained by and by this menus many aro enable to obtain tho necessities of life ThlsSoclety presents an opportunity for anyone whowlshes to take part In this work of making olUlcted lives moro endurable Now associate or active are desired who will correspond the Invalids and visit thoso In neighborhoods t Dues are II 00 a year The Branch also krfmv Invnllrifl In four States to whom the society could bring good cheer Tie dues of Shut Ins are twentylive cents a year which Rum covers subscription to tine Open Window tho magazine of the Society All Inquiries In reference to the work of tho Branch and contributions towards Its support will bo gladly re solved and promptly acknowledged It soot 1710 Chestnut St Philadelphia addressed to the MIss Mary Iarker Nicholson Sample copies of the Open Window and tho Quarterly published by tho also benmlled pn request boo Wood things be- lIeve achievement paper the Branch thQlr to of any these to Its ntllco dent Urancb will rambles Shut InSocloty Kentucky incubi ra With wishes lie real wto Make Your Headquarters HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Exhibit s i FAIR GROUNDS Free Ice Cold Cistern Water Plenty Chairs Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickor I t11G AT 2 2 I il p R AT W- B I x 12 oQIOCIIII 1 I III 111 11 tllflflOCIfl flltlfl2 Old B tsy94J02Cl4tGlhO M it 7t6i t v t I b M t9 G WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky 1 Strange There was a lawyer In U whose name was Strange and It was said that never since lie had started In his profession had ho told a lie Jut one day bodied and a collection was up among thoso who knew him for tho erection of a memorial stone At ter they got It a dispute arose as to what would be suitable td Inscribe on It They all had something to say except ono Individual who did not seem to take any Interest In tlio matter but nothing seemed suitable At last the person referred to was asked what ho thought about It Well said ho I have something short and sweet How Is this Here lies the body of a lawyer who never told a Jut people will not know who ho was they protested Well ho said see tho Inscription they will say Strange and so It lsTlt Hlts U N On account of the Qarrurd Coon ty Fair July 29 20 and 30 one faro plus 23cts rate will apt y Corbin and Louisville and Intermedi ate stations Special train service dally front Richmond Corbln and Louisville and return Lv Richmond 730 a in A r Lancaster 955 a in Return Ly Lancaster fl p m Ar Richmond 7 p m Lv Corbln 010 a nu Ari Lancaster l 07 a m Return Lv Lancaster 6 p Corbln 7S8 p m Lv Louisville 7 u m Art Lan castor 1130 a m Return Lv Lancas ter G p w A r Louisville 815 p m and True taken lie whoa people Low from larlFI mAr I d Rata s Mr and Mrs L 0 Davidson are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy whom they havo named L 0 Jr UNION Walter Wells and wife or Ruthcr ton visited hero Sunday Mrs A J Hammack and children were visitors at Dripping Springs Sun dayMr A K Walker of Hlattsvllle was tho guest of Squire W S Walker Sunday Justas ho was preparing to visit his native state Mr LInsey Beau mont of Indianapolis was suddenly taken sick and died on his 00th birth day July 18 Ho Is by wife who was Miss Martha Anderson eight children and two sitters Mrs Win Duncan and Sirs 0 W Murphy both of this county Ho was with Woodfortls Cavalry durlngUho war He was a devout member of tho Christian church slnco early manhood and was possessed of many lino traits Ho was related to tho Wests Rays Lackeys Sellars and other prominent fainlliesof Kentucky PLEASE CALL AT THIS MONDAY AND r YOUR Subscription survived PAY v j lie y f 4POFFICES f 9A j 250O IN PREMIUMS DONT MISS THE AiPM j IN PREMIUMS l ttffiiriii rtlrrtw Atlrll I errl t ltaLllrIIIt tirl t r1 7 ril4 rriG7 t x1ipl artill fil rlwyll sllo I2500 Wednesday Thursday and Friday of MEXT WEEK i r H p Democratic Ticket For M C Sanfley For Cunmunwealtb Attorney Obas A Hardlo For State Senator B L Hubble Rigpreaentatlve J O Bogle For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard School Superintendent MlsrfJen nWHIggln- sFpVttllerJac Adams W SI Carrier For tfSfrtrate District NoY 2 Logan lion For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT Tu the of Uarrard county I am the Republican nomi ne fur County Attorney and ap preciate your D The Kentucky Advocate of last week payitta jeipects to Oovenof Wilson in the following paragraph It does item that Qov4n6r WllUbri might uioru profitably employ his time fur best Interest of law and tho good of the Common wealt by issuing pardons to n6tdrlobi negro criminals ono of wlibn vent to the peniten nary fur thtf third time from Boyle county and the other while Incar cerated la the jail tore tried to mur der hit keeper What Is the use courts and juries and the waste of money for criminals they to b again turned loose on tbe comraunltlei that have suffered from their crimes Doesquj oon partlsan bwldwi enlargement of the craulum ftlioliaT of tbo heartY It beibould certain ly manifest It lu wine other way thin t ClrcultJud For t F ron r turn 9u G nOrl q gT e Fur v z L Aiaesir 1 i r R 21 the i ordo4 and oft i are LANCASTERFAIR Great Free Attractions Daily To Please Old and Young I Special Trains Daily From Louisville Corbin and Richmond v One fare plus 25cts for the round trip f I Ir CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YKAB r s HUGHES EdrPubr Entered at l l Poll ogee Lancatltr JTya OceondCIaii Mari Nagger Member Ky Prtts Association Eighth District Publisher League Lenoettor Ky July 23 1909 Rate For Political Announcement For Precinct and City Office 1 600 For County Offlcea 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 line 10 pet line 10 For all publications tho Inter eat of Individuals or expression1 of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 I aDd For per f l i 1 Calla For Cards the mistaken one of making the laws of no effect Tbo movement of tbe Democrats of Jefferson county to entertain tbe Democrats of the State at a Jeffer sonlan Barbecue will meet the of all who wish to seo the party united before attacking tbe enemy In November The Industrial parade which will be held In connection with the barbecue on the first day which Is Wednesday August 25 will be twenty miles In length which of Itself will be the bigglst thing of the kind ever witnessed In the South Not withstanding the tact that entire country was aroused over murder of Elsie Selgel no trace 01 Leon Ling has been found Chinese Denver Colorado say that their Government has set the seal of official approval on the protection of Leon Ling b the Cblnese Masons and that be will never be found by tbe aid of his countrymen This should be a lesson to make people fight shy of this race Instead of trying to teach them how to live Tbos L Illsgen late candidate for President on the Independence League ticket while In Kvansvllle Ind a tow days ago made the follow ing statenent The Independence party is dead I will probably affiliate with the Democratic party In the future aa that party stands more near ly for what we demand In the State of New York we will swing our party to the old party that promises more reforms than the other party The newspapers could save lots of time by leaving tbese words standing and correct the figures each week Orvllle Wright made a successful flight In bis aeroplane at Fort Myer yesterday He remained In the air 161 minutes and during that time circled tbe parade grounds 161 times Then the other one Orvllle Wright did not make a flight today on account of some repair work Tbe filter plant which has been In progress of building for eleven years In Louisville Is no longer a Joke but has really been completed at a cost of 1188942205 Ai the water from our reseylolr Is beginning to have a bad odor we would suggest a filter to our city fathers We certainly could complete It sooner than Louisville did hers and at a sum not to exceed that amount As so much Interest Is being maul tested In tbe Union Services In the park would It not add greatly to tbe services to have several more Instru manta assist In tbe music The cornet used by Mr Farra has Improv ed the much we hope all who are gifted with such talent will lend their assistance In the service next Sunday evening It II going toe rounds that Mr W P Walton former editor of the State Journal will probably be appointed by Governor Wlllnon to succeed Gen Percy Halloy as a member of the Hoard of Control We sincerely hope that this report Is true for wo know uf no man u Kentucky that li more capable of filling the office When Ron J A Sullivan former approval the the at II I music so Representative of Madison county decided not to offer for reelection the Democrats got busy and finally succeeded In getting 31 r L B Her rlngtan to allow his name to go on the ticket Heros hoping that hell win by a large tnujorlty STONE Miss Nell Ray of Loyd spent last week with her sister Mrs Liza Mc MillionMr Folger of Somerset visited his sister Mrs Viola Payne last week W F Mott and wife of Lexington are spending this week with friends at Scotti Fork Mr Elmer East who has been con fined to his bed fur several days is able to be out again Rev McMurry of Lexington will begin a series of meetings at Scott Fork August 6 Miss Bessie Brown of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Beatrice Sanders Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Charlie Hamnv and baby o Hyattsvllle spent part of last week with her sister Mrs Walter Fuyno L L Sanders wife and little sun Burnett of Crab Orchard were the guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders and family Sunday Misses Bertie and Annie Walker of McCreary were the charming guests of Mr and Mrs LIKe McMllllon Satur day and Sunday Mrs Cora Sanders and sister Miss Alice Snyder spent the first of the week with their aunt Mrs Alice Cur roy of Valley View Mr and Mrs Norman Grow and Mrs Mary E Snyder and daughter Miss Ode were guests of 0 S Sander and family Sunday and Mrs Edd Grow Miss Lula Montgomery and Brlney Dean of Bourne attended preaching at Scotts Fork and were the guests of Miss Gertie McQuerry last Sunday See Mother Grow Young It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change In my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gllpatrlck of Dan forth Me Although past 70 the seems really to be growing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked for her health They invigorate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep Impart strength aud appetite Only at R E McRoberts 1m A Cure Win Manlove Tipton Ind says I had cholera in my herd and did nut a hog after giving thorn Bourbon Cholera Remedy In my Judg this medicine In a sure for cholera Fur Sale by J It Mount ft Co Application for Pardon I Application for pardon inanslsugh- tJlrcuitlourl at IU March term ask the Governor for pardon who not Ifr the Governor and state in writing any objection Mr I nl wonders 500 u Sur hug hog for Jones ot vulen the award all such lose meat cure was c in will and r OAIITEIISYILLE Little Carl Smith Is very sick at this writing Born to the wife of Mr Dud Starn cs a 0 pound girl Mr J B Allen and wife were In town Wednesday- Mr Gatnllff Smith will begin teach Ing the Bethel school Monday Mr C S Roop has completed the Kelley barns and now has the Tuggle house ready to raise Misses Abolo and Sarah Lunsford were the guests of Miss Mary Ander sun Saturday night Mr and Mrs Cabel Robinson have returned home after spending a few days with their mother Mrs E C Smith GILES Born to the wife of Cecil Humph rey a girl Born to the wife of Charlie Murphy on the 11th a boy Frank Folger sold his farm to Robt Long at 40 per acre Mr and Mrs Tom Floyd are with the sick Mr Cape Vincent a good work mule to James Spears for 1125 James Burton bought a calf from Jeff Watts price unknown Mrs Ben Humphrey sold Jobney Humphrey a nice horse for 8100 Miss Ida Tester entertained a number of her friends last Sunday Mrs Haryo Tcatcr was called to the bedside of her sister who Is very low Part of this neighborhood Is upto date In lying Thev have It by note Walter Moberly sold a nice horse to Mr James Spears of Jessamine for 8170 Miss Neta Reynolds of this place was the guest of friends at Stone last Mrs Lou Murphy who has been very sick Is Improving and wo hope will soon be alright Mrs Reather Ray and handsome little children were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George Wylio last week The Sunday school hero under tbe efflcent management of Mr Watts Is one of the most flourishing schools In the country This Is a movement that will mould and polish the youth of the community for good and even tually drive out procrastination of the Christian graces which la one of the hlnderancca to reformation Life 100000 Year Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was In con stant danger from wild beasts To day the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me Is largely from deadly disease It had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could nut have lived ho writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pmsu motila IU the best medicine on earth Guaranteed by R E McRuborU Trial bottle tree lm numbered sol t week n lilt I Dr W M Elliott was In Lexington recently Miss Mattie Adams Is nt homo a visit to Sharpsburg MlM began teaching In Pulleys Bend last week Mrs Eunice Sparks of Nlcholasrllli Is the guest of Mrs J II Dcano Mrs Norma Wall and children o Somerset have been visiting relatives hero Miss Ethel Dunn has been visiting her aunts Misses Alllo and Levy DunnMiss Eliza Ison will leave next week fur a stay at Olympia Springs In Bath countyMiss Mayme Ballard and Mr slogan Ballard were In Lexington last week for a short stay Mrs Owen Ratllff and Miss Fannie Ratlin of Sharpsburg have been UK guests of Mrs T E Adams Hughes and Swlnobroad sold to Mr Ben Graham about six acres of the Dunn farm for 1120 per acre Mrs A T Christopher and son Logan of Somerset have returned home after a visit to relatives here Mrs W J Hogan returned home Friday after spending a month with her daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk at LexingtonMrs T Woolfolk and daughters Anna Lee and Marguerite of Lexing ton are visiting Mrs E II Ballard and family Mrs Harvey Herd and daughter Miss Mary Herd of Port Worth Tex as are spending the summer with Mr B F Patton aud family Miss Pattle Belle Burke entertained very delightfully Wednesday evening In honor of her guests Misses Coleman Vermilllan and McGraw Misses Gcorgle Vermilllan and Inez Coleman of Danville and Lavlnla McGraw of Junction City are the guests of Miss 1attlo Belle Burke Mrs Florence Ballard who Is at the Norton Infirmary at Louisville under treatment Is Improving rapidly and will be able to return homo In a few daysMisses Carrie Boulden Alma brine and Salllo Marrs Sparks of Nicholas vlllo returned homo Thursday after visiting Miss Maynie Lee Bullard for a week Mrs 0 C Becker and Mr John Boner were In Mackvlllo last week to see Mrs Josephine Boner who is quite the homo of her daughter Mm John Peters Mr Bryan Ballard left Wednesday to spend a month at Detroit Mich Ho went with a party of friends from Lexington and will make the trip In an automobile stopping at Louisville Indianapolis and other cities en The following have returned homo after being members uf a House Party that was entertained by Ml s Edna Borkele fur a week Mlsacs Ella abeth Ford Mantle Stones Dunn Martha Tinder Florence Johnson Mary Clay Williams and Grace Mao Cochran Messrs Charles Dunn and T J Price JIlt lANlSV ILLJo otter a rice maL IIroute NO CURE FOR BALDNESS PHYSICIAN OF NATIONAL REPUTATION STATES THAT IN RARE CASES BALDNESS IS NOT A DISEASE It Is a wellknown factorial more charlatanism Is rampant today on the subject of the scalp and lirflr than ex Isis concerning any other sublcct ex cepting perhaps consumption Dr Nottsays A thousands of oases that have passed under my In spection I have but very few au thenticated Instances where baldness has beep successfully treated of course If therq the patent medi cines anything that would accomplish the would know of It and try It So far as restor lug to color or promoting the length of the nalr thats another mat ter The QBau Hair Restorer for In stance will restore gray hair to Its natural color 1 have used It In of Instances falling In a stogie case I have used the Hair Tunic as well very often and effectually to encourage time growth of aluxurliinl crop of remove dandruff etc but I have as yet to a jingle case of baldness that hiss been effectually treated without hav lug Kf resort to a general hygienic treatment In connection with standard like for Instance Hair Restorer Mild the Hair Tonic 1 have found to be very effectual assistants Dr Nutt admits and In slats that to produce a luxuriant growth of hair to restore gray hairs cure and diseased scalps Is quIU pUslble by simply observing the health and using Hair Restorer and TunIc but ICr baldness there Is as a rule no cure although some remarkable exceptions may be tinted I Hilr Restorer and Tonic we understand can bo had now at all druggists put up ready for use with full direction given QM to time appllca tion R E Ate Roberta recommends and sells these preparations If you are gray haired or your hair commences to fade you can have the first bottle free simply call and ask for It For sale at all Druggists FARMERS COLUMN i Apace below this beading the clii use of oar farmer iuUicrlU r and U for ol itock grain and such things ou ai tie cannot aflord tu tdvor too No notice will bo accvpliul over lour liner md will l only In two IMUIU ol tin lUcoio true o cliarfe Want to buy 15 or 20 pounds of honey Phone 43 I have three nice gilts that will pig about August lilt for sale II F Wllmot I have 60 or 00 barrels of good white corn for sale Phone A W Kava nuugh I have 27 acres of timothy Meadow that is ready to cut to rent for cash Iko Myers I have two extra good Jersey cows that I will sell cheap R M Moss UrvauUvlllo en was Ulunll result ve hairto record produ ta Q lJau for farmer fresh K taat haul hundreds without Q Ban l I Q Ban them laws of Q Ban eoeeeeeNOMeeOeNeeeeeNMe- NI tNe11siie 4i t eeeeeeeeee sire the sale farm i I Wednesday I 1J Thursday and Friday of WEEK tNEXT WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest prioo paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hone Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Uptodate line of Harness Buggies ii g Deering Binders fS and Mowers g Pull line of m i i i l FarmiDi its p American Wire Fencer J any height I Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods special price by dozen and case A lot of good Lumber I at special price BECKER IBaHariftCol IJRYANTSVIUK KY iPhones 15T and 370A CITY TAXES for 1009 nro duo mid I nm ready to receive iiml receipt for sixmo L E Herron s Collector r Northcott tB I II I I I City axes I1 IL B1 rGl 13I fB Ei le I j 4 9 Get A FirstClass Shave At Wilkinsons Tonsorial ParlorON DANVILLE STREET EVERYTHING NEW CLEAN and SANITARY RAZORS Always SHARP Used Exclusively GiVe us a call and if we please you tell others if we do not tell us Danville street next to Record Office ill oc III I II V tII steamed Towelst 1 I fad 11 R nJI 1 ti V L McCormack Wood ij f MACHINESi i I Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 i Leggetts Champion Tobacco Dusts 2 rows at one time J E Mount Co f1 roiII1i JlJlIrii1lii1 mD i11 iJ i r v 4Jr If f I w IA at h L Ii r Dus- teri w J nnJWALxritPrutdent J 8 JOHNSON Vice Froit ra ORGANIZED I88j The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HODSOIT Cashier W O Rtoxir AMt OMbr 0 D WAtXBR Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J H Johnson B V Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olhbs LewU L Walker C A Arnold J A f- I t I 4 r UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Caril7 Ehlmlq Offljo on D4n IIU Guar run LINE or CASKETS BURIAL BOBBS ALWAYS u STOCKAlit 4 to Q t x 0rf CU W a La Q nsen J 0a 1 THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A It OBilNY Pff ld st J B STOBUIS Vice S C DIBIT Ciiklir J F Robinson Aut Cisbr R T Embry Bookkeeper DtltKCTOIU- iSaral D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John R Stormes S C Denny J WI Wllilsmi Pre I GIllL W c Q N rN too r fDN o- N 0CD B L PntL W C riih Prisk W 0 Cackler PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INUOHfOIUTKD Weed VIe I sf lie per i s Wo offer you fair treat wont with ovory accom modation that is Consistent with consorvativo Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo 8DRPLV9 900000 DIBVOTOHSU M COT BL ARNOLD BOaUYH JI BORROW I B WOOD BL WOODS wonsn WOWYNN Our Customers ire Fully Protected by hdelity and Caiuality Insurance We wish to say to the public that THE POX STUDIO husnt boon open regular for timo but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Come in and get tho best PHOTONS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO 13 TTMieMe mGM your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY I HASELDEN aa they will Iniuro your Tobacco also Office National hack of Lancaster Phone 3 fc I X t 1 i I I some YM r e- Gossip About People v v v A Britt Mtntlon of the Comings and Mr Kd Walker wan In Loulsvlll last week Miss Ellen May Hall Is reported quite sick of rover Mlu AnnollTumllnson Is In Lexlnif ton visiting relatives Dr Marshall Denny Is recuperating at Crab Orchard Springs Roy Qooch has returned from a vlsl to his pn rents In Somerset Frank Miller of Mt Vernon Is visit Wills uncle Mr J W Miller Miss Luc Walker of Richmond Is with her aunt Mrs II F Hudson Miss Ona Drown of Montlcello Ind Is visiting Mr and Mrs It S Brown Miss Mary Mlllward of Lcxlautor Is hero visiting Mrs John E Htormes Burnett of Lexington Is visiting her uncle Dr Wm Burnett Howard Bruce of New York City has been the guest of Lancaster rela tivesMrs Robert Armstrong of Frank fort Is hero visiting Mr and Mrs J A Mrs George Bruce of Danville has been with her mother Mrs Nancy BrownMrs Martha Evans Lusk has taken rooms with Misses Martha and tiulllo Tlllctt Miss Lula Grant of Danville was the guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs J Price Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford Is the guest of Mr and Mrs John E Stormcs Wm J Klnnalrd of Mlddlcsboro Is hero with his mother Mrs Iatsy KlnnalrdMrs R Marrs of Knoxville Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Mrs Annie Doty and son James of Mlllorsbunt aro guests of Misses Janey and Mary Doty Ed 0 Doty of Pecos Texas Is his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Doty for a visit Miss Bettlo Miller left Tuesday for a visit to Mr and Mrs W S Miller of Knoxville Tenn Green Clay Walker of Louisville was here Sunday to see his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Amanda Anderson Is at home from a six weeks stay at the Normal school In Richmond Mrs Cyrus Daly of Marksbury was her sister Miss Amanda several days last week Mr Wm Chow of Sbolbyvlllo III joined his wife here for a visit to and Mrs Wm Embry Miss Francis Geiger of Hunting West Va Is visiting her cousin Miss Alice Hudson Rlgney Miss Llllle Pierce of Louisville Is friends and relatives In Gar and Madison Counties Eleanor Swlnebroad the little laughter of Mr and Mrs G B Swine broad Is reported quite sick Mr Craft of Louisville accompanl d his friend Green Clay Walker to Lancaster for a visit Sunday Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Oanvllle have been recent visitors it Mis Rebecca West and family MrandMrsOT Wallace of W lira ngton North Carolina are visiting friends and relatives In the county Miss Beatrice Rouse has returned to home In Wichita Kansas after a pleasant stay with Miss Della Tinder Mrs W 8 Miller has returned to home In Knoxville attar a visit to Mr and Mrs John W Miller Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kan City Is here for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Mrs Susan McCrohn and Miss Susie McCrohn of Virginia are guests of Mr and Mrs W Elmore Mr and Mrs Oscar Ray have re turned home after a twoweeks visit the latters parents Mr and Mrs F Pierce of Louisville Mr and Mrs T B Walker were called to Nlcholasvlllo Saturday by alarming Illness of the formers brother Mr Baker Walker Miss Margaret Francis of Cincin natl and Mr and Mn Kay Lackey if Emma Texas were with Lancaster oUUvcs a tow days this week Mrs R H Torallnnon and daughter Miss Margaret have returned from Olympian Springs where they have for several weeks fur their health Misses Nancy Mary Virginia and Qoodloe have returned to their In SprlngUeld after a pleasant lay with Lancaster relatives and friends Miss Mayrae Ballard gave an auto mobile party to Crab Orchard last Monday to her guests Misses Boulden Ilorlne and Sparks Means W B Burton and slogan Ballard were also In the party Mrs Nancy Brown was given a birth day dining on Tuesday having pass id her Situ tnlloitono She was tin i v ftd I I In Miss Emorino Dot Tt Andersontc I with has Mr ton visiting rard her her grand J to E the been time home w Oolnda byThou We Are f herewith Anderson pleasant sal granddaughter recipient of iiiuiiy useful gifts on auspicious day mid her heart made glad by showers of good wlshc Misses Mnjorlo and Tom Boswell Loulsvlllo ate the guests of Agnes Mlles On last Saturday evening Mr Fauna Kaiilliunii Invited tho men berg of the Wotnnim Club to Willie Bell Orconloiif of St Luul Mrs Orcenlcaf understands every piirtinuiit of Federated work talked most enterlalulngly of work In general Delicious rcfrcf1 incntH were served und a evening was spent by all present General News A motorcycle exploded during a In Berlin and killed tour persons Twenty others wo severely injured rho republican convention at tonvlllo nominated Jason Wesley Casey for State Senator to be for In November Mrs J Addison Hayes daughter of the late Jefferson Davis died In Colorado Springs She been III several months The LundyLovltan house at Dan vlllo was raided by Chief of Polio Wood and deputies and nine of Its were arrested They told that If they would leave town their lines would be suspended left Resorting to strategy Frank Sola non of Somerset and David Dozier f Lexington escaped tract the Frank tort penitentiary Saturday were seep several times between Frankfort and lieges Station when darkness came on they More than fifty men era hunt for them A night of twentyfour and seven enths miles In tittythree minutes forty six seconds was made Sotur by Glenn H Curtiss In his aerop the Hcmpstcad Plains course or the cup offered by tho ScientIfIc American In this light Curtiss ox all his previous records and American aeroplane records for the The annual report of C W Bell Commissioner of Insurance on he business of life fidelity and companies during the year 908 shows that the thirtysix foreign Ife companies Issued during tho year 148172 policies carrying a total of 13300320701 The policies lapsed totaled 124000 and their was 31233400 The premiums the State totaled 87707 Losses paid totaled 13170088 the close of the year Keutucki companies had the following business JItlzjns Life 27522350 3015405 InterSouthern 1015200 Southern National Life 304600 A Night Raid Tho worst night riders are calomel oil or aloes pllls They raid bed to rob you ot rest Not so Dr Kings New Life Fills They distress or Incucvlenco but al cleanse tho system curing Colds loadache Constipation Malaria 25c R E McRoberU 1m Careful About Hit Drinking Roy J S Cutler pastor of tho Prov ince Universalist church who was of tho speakers at tho Grant night celebration of tho Middlesex club at Somerset the othor night prefaced remarks with the recital ot a re talk with a Rhode Island farmer was a hoavy drinker Arc you drinking much nowadays askod tho minister No not muoh came tho answer When do you drink tho Well came the answer I drink on two Im alono whon Im will somebody IJos Journal Her Why do you look so sad the naked they promenaded the brilliant avenues of Dreamland This i a lovely place It Is not a place for sadness Is It No she admitted but I cant this awful reeling of sadness that coming over mo You remember told you when we made for this outing that I would oat o much dinner I wouldnt want else to eat down hero Yes said ho paling visibly and thong I want a hot dog she waited York Truss An Invitation Ho I think I would like to kiss Bho Do you always think twice bo you act Brooklyn Citizen Tortured On A Horse For ten years I cguldnt rldo a without being In torture from writes L S Napier of Ruglesa ly when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica cured me Infallible for Piles Scalds Cuts Bolls Fever Eczema Salt Rheum Corns Guaranteed by R E McRoberts and Matrimony The first stage of matrimony Is a woman kisses her husband to out If ho has been drinking In second stage If she does any It la to asking him York Tvlugrara Starved to Death what could truthfully be said ot children who die They have poor little things they dont It and you dont realize It If child U cross fretful pasty complexioned and loses weight for apparent reason given It Whltaa Yermlfugo YOU will be sun rlsed at tho results and how quickly picks upSold by R K MoUobojts 0 I that was or Miss goof tie and club pleasant race of voted Sunday had were They They but disappeared lag end day lane over celled all year Insurance total value collected In 053 At Commonwealth Riders your with never ways at II ono his cent who DenT only occasionswhen and ton Want f art- Ist T help Is I New you tore n horse plies Salvo Sortie Sores when find the tar la many worms known your no Cream It c j Mrs most hue occupants Croton the most horns arrangements anything Kiss kiss- Ing monoy ew Business Items Got your Fair Hats and Lace If Special Harnos fartuofalratHue 21 ware Ilnunn Hrnn 7 S33t M rjf rioT m we will sell fttCMtmr UlLCtmnUcfrlelu i jmdurlnir the Fair Regular meals and to order at all houttiUlmmcr the Coming FalrEat dinner Bu gle rBuggleir BugKlear en Uros tauront See us for harness like aura iroeldenUroA 74 Hi btbtf klndt at csl drantX It TJho Fjilr I on ys want th ip II M Iwm 1VJ 7IO2t wlUjscJoixfca side Also85 owe 0 v U J Refrlgeratorsand lea Cream frtecera aselden Bros 716213 We furntah you McV Ky UThorhas HIU Vtf your neighbor Hanelden Bros 71 t prepared to jtffor yojir table nrnna KMr Call M Batlou Lawn swings Hamraacks and Cro uetsets Huelden Bros 7 16Sl Dccnng and Champion lfowwraBd HaneldenBrog TlP2t- Do4iot worry about your Fair lunch yo out UMt not have overXuot tote Judson Ky Butter pound Mlt rigut arHa e eirBrttry MU2t Dont 12 days trip to At and vay 13500 Jacob Joseph Lancaster Ky Taxes DUI I now have the tax books and ami III not be ne Gill Simpson Wyatts AtiQual Summer Tour to y Washington C and New City oMrs Jacob Joseph Lancaster Dripping Springs This good old summer resort Is open the under Vlsbeunvlto will oil vo eat If you go to see him 0 Per cent Money Will loan of I1000u 025tf Q B Swlnebrosd Restaurant Fixtures Having quit the restaurant business a Ice freezers table Ilneni etc at reduced Si D Turner of Application for Restoration to enihlp James Tudorwho was convl1 nf V and all who object ho Governor and In writing objections I 71Q tJt1rllnooIO ass lIaaoldc pros fUIrMs thlA H 11 t a theIi clan t- W e1YfHlfmorI Haralllfios mnr 12urtnrthePatrp Chalk all during luncJ1 1t1 m I1 H aset sh rr clitdur the IlJ1lr call at h1er ell It Zlm t U1Turnc- raoD t7CpoLHfJe6 f1 iaifverl Jorull Jars tin 1Ie lY kel il probe Fal en I er bet one caper sot or allou h t Ono od at 1funll you want cigar can dl the F call at 7232t tall call at aSy afore ndJpay you ItO he fair You yes U 7 2J II tI allou 1 ca Ice on atu ry Perfection Oil We will h ec the ups II o week 1 one D In at ya see I want B or e thin nice 7 2t Wiislf JK Jurner 7162t I Rake bu call red Q yo ref peon M d dehor place a rldaq will ward for h eturn Stone But 100 ustomprs 20c p uud ter S D Turner epot Street hone 190 162t- 1inpm WBYnna Un 1T for the la tic Y u C this ru Infor atTon Beo Mrs randy to e you wx I bItt tfJ on payment O s for your lunch Pc wt Sa pi I cal loaf h lu tongue We o a free Phlla el w Thur further Infortt K1 for the Ir M Spears I to In II Ii you I will I lire o on real cstQM It YOU nee w mo lat rail or the r w is the tune to r a f wo W lturelIcons UtOll file and doze hairs cream Notice 01 I1llaU In t Icult vornar rest 0 ail 1 U nCjfi s4f l Veils I See centauortcd Ad02t- wertre xtvlag 1i eerhs eaMa a fattig ibw eirlel uIU lI tusa a Qerer9C1 GYSGittly W the Far n I Its none BI c ell is r l 6- WelraTd day11111- 3cSla cane andwax Haeel 1lrost i shot c c es 16 ourlll vo able 7 2tar country Ik o go r- If bec o dies hpeatte Ball ieI Groce your bunt aue 1 day of ea hwe k a out Cre eookstovesuk Le us Fair aunt Bal oqaOroce brew Chke 100OO9 Penndveesson- Wcwtti iailai100 Ilaeon will Si high cow from Sgilt r Butter apt ou torgo and Fur Curter a repelpt rp slat 7 mold C- N thing bptler thane riled ncl Announcement D 10000 Foranon sea pr take comfortable adms more mort will ay Ids ayeppIlc an yr tine nl- okingtnvo u neat a- very er A- ugustWho any in tho fact that the loinnnd for Obelisk Flour is increasing rnpidly Only tho host wheat grown is used in milling Obelisk Flour causing it to stand proominont among puro white wholo Soho anti healthful flours Its fino not only in appearance but quality as well Kindly get my prices on COAL BANKS HUDSON THE Karrard Bank Trust Go 1NCOBPOIUTKD Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vico Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Thoani A t Cashier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronago The Farmers PARIS GREEN AT McRoberts Drug Store Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Uncle Sam whore do you buy your COAL Aha doys only ono place to buy coal Boss and dats right whar I gits mine right down do Lancaster Lumber Yards Deys got Red Star Coal at IGcts an do best lOc coal you obor seen for do doys not a clinker in it Dats right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders SUMMER RATES MVIW W Lancaster Ky i Bank IC OOC I I11IIIfJ hayahat money ft I l i 00 lO lQOtlty00tlOO iG IrI t tM NEW YORK Every day round trip all rail 2800 Via Norfolk and 0 D S Co 3000 Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake and Rail 3315 A l nwUlMr 11 HERES FOR Thought a v 4ar f IooD- i a Atlantic City Thursday August 18 16ROUND TRIP16 f BOSTON Going Rail and Ocean re turning River Lake Sound and Rail through New York stop overs 3735 Old Point Comfort Tuesday 27 and August 21 15 days 1350 t I Saturday Very cheap to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts on Summer Tourist rates to all principal points in Virginia on tale dailY Information Call On Address OEO W BARNEY P A Ticket OOlce Pneonlx lintel Lexlnu ton LANCASTER Golored Fair August 12 13 14 09 Ir D Ky I e f a 1if J IV Morrow Graduate Optician OUnci Fitted BulUtoclloii lu r ntec l Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell larms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Omce llour Office over H in to 1 p m to 4 Blormpi ling Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny i 12I DENTIST Office over Mlti Arnold Millinery H J T1NSLEY Ofllce corner IexlnElon 81 and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER lid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Omce over Police Court Phone 194 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KKNTUCK- VM HOUSE Only White Barber- In Town Narth ilde ot Public Square PRICE will practice Dentils try at his home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LOOK FOR TUB HORSE SHOE and trade with our old reliable barber H M Duncano- n Richmond street who Is a help to our town at all times ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZEMO a clean Use ZEMO Is tim best known for the I nstant relief and positive euro of eczema pimples and every everywhere write for sam pie E W Co St Louis Fcr sale at McRoberts Drug Star Ask for sample Cream Vermifuge I ER A B II 1 or scalp disease IZTES jI Surveyors I y I HIUSuuflsSssfluuuubo4 11 tHE GUmHTEEO WORMREMEDY TilE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ciwahi or IIIIT TION TMI eiNuiNf rair a o SNIT I- TBollardSnow Liniment Ce UT LUUH MO Molloborts Drug Store FINK FAHM IN 1AKHAHI COUNTY FOR HAM A blue farm for iltuotid on new pike near Iolul Uayell and ill mil UccaitercoiitaluluiiAki acrvi well In good neighborhood being part ol th John Walker tract with a handioine now twoiiory reildenee thereon with all uecenary oulbulldlnyt and good now barn 40iW watered ill never falling iprlugi creek running through T ay 4 cash In hand balance on hid wo year lenin day ol al bearing ill per out until feriuui looking for such place write or ie W 0 WALKKB Stanford Ky A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO Instantly and will euro any case of or itching scalp tho germ and prevent falling hair V8 ROMV the scalp clean and Write forum plo B W Louk flue Wolf and IIIlurt1 It will JleA1 everywhere Co B cltut rIM I era sale pout located 1 ouTu room kk II i paid lies f stops vror sao 1uruIesI Drug Sior jikfur smIe1 1 V 4 t 4 4 Farm and Stock lions touched A now liltli prlco love In the Loulsvlllo tnnrkol Hiiturduy when tho best sold for por Tho lamb crop of Jcssamlno Is to bOIl bl revenue to the fanner Tho crop In Jcwiatnliio will uinount to at IcuHt MOOOO Jcssamlno Journal Wheat for July delivery sold last weak on tho Houid of Trade at thlcn KO at tl 27 per builicl a Kiln of 7 cents over tho llnul Inures of tho previous nesilon rite acreage of tobacco In tho Unit ed State Is cstlnmtcd by tho Depart ment of Agriculture at Washington at 1103330 acres or 232011 acres moro than last year Fourteen mules valued at 250 each ato purls green on the farm of Kills ft Wilson In Duvicss county uiul live of them have died It Is expected that several others will die Jos Hondrlck last week sold to Stewart Olirlcn of Paris 085 bush els of bluegrass sued at 82 cents per bushel which Is tho top of tho market Matt B Cohen of Lexington sold twosaddlo horso to D J McUulloutfh of Atlanta On One was Princess Patricia a full sister to Edna Mae who sold for 11600 the other was WalkTrot Canter fiveyearold chest rut geldlntf Arent you Rlad you dont have to slop your sheep or tie them up or extract their milky You do less for them than for any other animal on your farm and they yield you and your farm larger comparative returns You ought to think a lot of your sheep and handle them accordingly In Scotland the farmers arc organ Izod Into breeding associations and of fer a premium of for some extra choice stallions to make a season In their district They guarantee 100 maras with llu payment at tho tlmo of service and additional feo when the mare Is In foal Owners of good stallions In this manner are assured 12600 to a season for time use of their horse Bug Catchers As high as 25 u hundred is some times paid for live toads by English and French gardeners The toad Is a highly appreciated personage In foreign gardens Shelters are fur the toads shallow holes in the ground covered with flit stones or boards The toads will retire Into these In the day time and come forth at dusk for their nightly Insect forays Professor Hodge of Clark Univer sity estimated that every time tIme farmers boy killed a toad ho was de stroying 120 worth of stock on the farm The State Board of Health has Issu ed a sweeping proclamation requlr ing every cow In the State to be sub ject to the tuberculin test order log the Immediate destruction of those which the test shows to be Infected with tuberculosis and providing that no cattle can hereafter be brought In to the State until time tuberculosis test has been shown that they are free from teberculosls germs Experiments conducted by Dr Cyrus W Field bacteriologist and patho logist of the University of Louisville under the direction of a milk cow missioner appointed by tho Jefferson County Fiscal Court resulted In this recomendatlon which Is Intended to protect the health of the consumers of milk who might otherwise be In fected with tuberculosis from cattle A Golden Woddng means that man and wlfo have lived to a good old age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy Is to see that your does Ifrf duty 305 days out of 305 The only way to do this Is to keep UillardH Herblno In tho house and tako it whenever your liver gets In active 60 cents per bottle Sold by It E McRoberts 1m KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Tho following are the datrs fixed for holding tho Kentucky Fairs for 1000 as far as reported Olllcers of fairs are requested to report to us any owls sions or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY 283 1 AYS Lancaster FlAIr Col Aug days Stanford July 21 3 days Henderson July 27 5 days Georgetown July 27 6 days Madlsonvllli August 3 6 days Winchester Augusts 1 days llluo Grass Fair Lexington August 00 days Taylorsvllle August 10 1 days Uniontown August 10 5 days Harrodnburg August 113 days Lellehtteld August 17 4 days llurboursvllle Auiruxt days llrodhead August 18 3 days Shepherdtfvllle August days Ewing August 10 3 days Shelby vllle August 24 6 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 1 days Frankfort 31 4 days lUrdliuburg August days Tompklnsvlllc September 16 days Fern Creek September days llardilown September 1 4 days Hodgenvllle September 7 3 days Montlcello September 7 4 days Glasgow September 8 4 days Kentucky State LaIr Loulsvlllo September 130 days Lni in A lledford October 1 3 days Uerea August 60 and 7 Parryvllle August 183 days I 82 hundred Ietnlllgllburg Gazette 300to 500 10 3000 Toed mad liver 123 183 l 83 August 313 6 II l September days u getting a U WHAT Send Your Milk to the WHY Because It Will Pay 00 i Po it Now I n fi H Q RItJ 111 raot ot H R R 0 ot R tot r fl 14tEa11iI L Dolt pS a 5 CREAt1RY1 5 l JOYFUL REUKF FROM CONSTIPATION Tone up the Liver RoQuloto Bowels and be Healthy and Happy There are thousands timid thousands of red blooded healthv happy people In America today that will pralso the merits of llooths Laxative Pills These people knew what it was tn suffer from constipation with Its con sequences and they know thattheonc remedy that removed tho cause and made them happy was Booths Luxa tlvo Pills Results are sure and delightful and youll never go bak to the old slam bang cathartics after once Uooths Laxative Pills Booths Laxative Pills were used by me and I found that I gained strcngh from them As a tonic for the liver stomach and bowels I would not ask for a better remedy Henry Yam Atta Albion R E McRoberts sells Booths Lax ative Pills for 25 cents a large box lie sure and try them to regulato the liver and cure constipation It relieves stomach misery soar Btonv nch cnren stomach ills ease or uiouoy Jack box of tat A Contented Woman Is always found In the sumo house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member cf the family free from aches and pains It heals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago arid all muscusiar soreness and stillness 25c SOc and f100 a bottle Sold by R E McRoberU 1m Wasted Energy A woman who looked 19 years for n missing husband displayed a rioter ruination worthy a better cause or perhaps a better man Cincinnati Commercial Tribune A MillionaIres Baby attended by time highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of SWill ach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby If you iflvo It McOeos Daby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysenlary anti all deruiiKcmentfl of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 60 by K K Mc Roberts 1m MaInsprIng That Move Us Neither death nor exile nor pain nor anything of this kind la the real causo of our doing or not doing any action but our Inward oiilnlona and principles Kplctolus Chop off Fowl Heads Mr Dorsoy McClure Carlisle Kv says Llmberneck made Its appeal anco In mv Jock of two hundred White Lcuhorns I itavo them Hour bon Poultry Cure after chopping oil six fowls that were un able to walk and did not lose anoth er fowl For Sale by J U Mount ft Co LIVE STOCK MAHKET CINCINNATI UNION BTOOK VAIIIIB July 21 Calllo Hum Sheep lIe li Ion J8JI OIM CATTIKI Biii p n KxtraUutvher itrvr eiirn flood tn choice Common to fair HI 0 IHi VS ja75 4 4091 HMKJOKI Common and UrgM Uoo id cliolc Common to fair Cowl Oo d to cliolcB Common o fair Ml i ucker HUtstnw U 8 Va 34- Couimon la clioico heavy II fiat T 41 Unlit nhl er 77 Qooi to cliolco lux HO Common o fair vgiop- MUDHivMra 7 4710 POWIUOU to lr I I T rt 1199 119 1199 th MIONACures belchIng nUtI lots liO cents 111 nU toww centsSold the heads ot I IIhlllnool ass 6Ojt t G aII O I II I S 011 I Ii 600 I lulterezre S t6M loG 7iI IlIo40t1I v OU1JI1 GO IIIIII t oot N Yllr lij WI iitLiill GO OAIII ezira T II t OlM 00 IIIKJIIIIIIlQolluhu S 11111 II 00 Ii7 1I1ItYIlnlra 1fnoo 0 T 10 Q i Y F Lrwo Druggists I Ty 2s t C aua O 4 7045 10 S ViOS S extra I SO I Clillerd a bahogtsa I I airtuguoI simd butchers fat cows I lse 110 lt anti ieee S 65 4 rgidqchqiu ij p i Itcpnrl ol tho CotiilHlun PEOPLES BANK doing buelncit nt tnlnt Lkk town at Paint Lick County of Unrrunl ol Krutucky Tin CLOJE or HUIINKM of tttt 8th day of July 1 09 and nitcounu nit1- onu or moto endonerv Heal Mutate i ULonoiiOunI lTime Ionui on CotMornl Due front lluu from mate fni and Unltid MAtf fld National llnnk Note Y Specie Overdraft tvcurnl overdraft nniecnrvd Ik Titxe Krai Eiutcllanklnir Houic MAIlIIITIIlSt Capital Stock paid In In f Undivided IroBU I cpn ll4 Subject whlcJi not pnldiX Note and od V t HUXWOO X Ort VMM IIUUIHM State of Keiitutty County nf Onrmd M I O r tbe i l ve named Bank do solemnly that above inni ii true to ol my knowlcdfte and W 1 Kemptr Cashier Subscribed nod to before mo of July iwu Febrnnry In IPlu A II Notary Public J II Wood i Coy DirectorU C Worth a Thought ni i iH iH w A n rl n q 111111 11 Ell 1I 11 11 01 I lon ji itf 10 1101 Ij SlIoo ItIIi It lIallkerl oe 00 lit t 1AOo tit ii VI to el et- on hllur I 141111 fIII JOanl 11 W boot urn My Stab AT 8 C C 55w 1100 Pit a cail- Kuriu 1 Jred 5 tear die tat bol let Ill lam II lreg I Why do tho Tin Plat Mills tho Metal Rooting Mills the Mills Lumbor Yards und all large Factories urfo Swan Brand IVhblc and Verlbcst Rubber Rooting Why do they not use a ilil1gle own Simply be cause they know will last longer cheaper In price und ICNH expense to for price and samples W W WITHERS 220 E Main si Lexington Ky BLUEGRASS FARM FOR SALE At executor nf the will nf MM Imma 0 Ongory ilecuaiwl I will on TUKBDAVAUOtSr 17th HOW at 10 oclock a m on thy pr mlic offer for ante to tli liluhvit and best hOlder tile ipleu lid UlniUraii Farm ultiist l on the east fide of thu Fall Uck and I incaiter 7urtiplkc IX 1oliit Uavvll AOl 4 mile frjm cutirKciitiickjr c nnd only Ijf mile j6 rail road station Tlili farm conlaliu on a lti remainder it hu u good 0 won brick and rfildence 2 good bvslde tiiblca and criyteunant liouic and all other mfvimry uutbulldlrgi It U bountiful uppllvt with water hum 3 never faillni prliiK sod goo pond This your It It In cul tivation in follows wo acres In whoa about rX acrvi of thJt It sown In clover M In In tobacco ill acre In dOlOr iiaadow6 acre lu bcarliiK orcliurd and the re mainder lu bluuBra U situated lu tha heart of Oarrarr County famous farming district and wul and suitably located for any kind of farmlni desired Taking all fact lu con ldira lion llili I one of the fkilrabl farm to bo foundb Thl place will bo ofTvrvd fur ale In two wa a vii Flrkt tract lying on the outh ildu of thu onunljr rimd Incluillng tho dwelling and contiilnliiK al onl 13u servo will bo offered flrit th the tract on the op po ltu sIde of thu uld road containing will biiolTprl tract It to bethu cantor of thu county roadi and lluf uoreixu III ouch tract to be ao by survey Thou the entire turin uf acre will bo offured and hu or bid moil money rflll onu dunlrlng to the armor wlihW any oilier Infornutlou will onXir write the uukr i iinl Three uolv with appruvvU security to bu given on of each for the amount ol one llilrd uf the purchatu rlc due and Jitnuary lot January lit VII uud January 11 lull rttpeotlvuly A lion to bu rulalnulnu tIes laud to icuru payment oftheioiiote and Inlvrett saId holes to bear interest ut u per cent miuni from January lit IWIO itl ilrwl will b nmduon at that lluio mid po iu lon wtevpl teetlltig privilege glvoii fall lisle biglu prompt Hi la oclock W y PHAUI Fseciilor 1 Bngliih Auct Iulut ilk Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The that causa skin disease must ba drawn to eurfaco of thosklj und dt external use will do this and will permanently cure wry form of TiF nvorviv M r AVritn ffii mn lo 13 Jtoso Medicine CoSt Louis I I mile rom Close 19 choolo ebureh Ihu gum 11 II lerl CIIlcvcllhe IY train I corn 0 monet 113 stun IIIVllllpI ell I 111111 see mail wale lbs per which lIIJllleni tiuo II yell d- ZI MO chtnIi for CAso W Jtlr salu tt tunJlmLIi Prult Store I I r 1ii awl 2IJ acres etiiirtm trot faces lay hart acres acres This farm the his acre nest tin hosu all used II bId tlni e Il leuu the nay isle llmiie itum of said tide this h it sub Ilitport Of tho Condition OF TitK flunk Of llryantavill- oil tMlMM HI MIWII nl llr ntiTlll CMHIJT ot a nt RUM at Xcntnnkr AT rim H CIOHH or iiimifjMos on TUB 8th tiny of Irfiy 1909 it martu IIIMNI ml III nor or manic lnr Uwii 08 llomll Other Irom ilon l Desks 1116 W INp Irnm HUM I nVi Cnllnl MAIM sat Nullcnml Hunk NIIW Hxctisnce ClmrtMit IHIUHO BtiU BdntoIMnkllig lloine rnrtiltnreiiiii fmt sot niter ol bo HWili UAlllllTlrfl Onnllitl 11111 mill HHlMHliPllWl 1loHK Fund tn THIBK niherl InetMlUll- whleh luifinl li not Mht l t lu tiitiKvi to ohM which Inlornii l 17411 I jvnroro Iltou which liters I in nc yi Tint c rtlfle l of iliO4n4 on which liilrrilU Ui wlilililulvrv Onv N tliHi l lUiiJT Due Iinnki n lUnker ol nuilir ol the hwwU Tout 4MU II Stile ol Kcntiickjr CoHntjr ol Urrnnl I J C VIIM m Cmhlrr al the liotc named nnk ito olcmnly tweir Hut the latemenl U true lo the but nl lay knonlMlt mid li UAihlrr Hnlner1l l iworn to Iwltre we this il ro July vn- lr expire nt tlio cud ql Hit next C lun of lh Holmlr 11 Mulllin NnUrr fuldle l r U Rwoic C C llmkrr J It honey llcport ol the Condition Garrard Bank Trust Co conducting R llauklug iliiilnennt tonciu trr Kentucky In the Slat nl Kculurkj AT TIlE CLO8K OK DlKINKHrl rIlE of July 1009 UKBOritCKU Loans and Discount withy lily or n mn at dorwr or surrey Rml Kiute lj Call Loans on Time Due true 8l l IlMUkert W Duo groin Trim Cow uli fulled Slate anil National llaiik NMM lfiO 00 Specie ft Chuck anti other caib Items t 7 Exchange for Clearing IHHIIO Ural 1 OHM 8000 CO Other IUal Kittle Furniture mid Fixture Overdraft teemed IMt l virilr lt uunucurrd MO II Taxet Paid Current KxpeiiMi Paid Other Ai ett not Included ubovo bvudt Total iivniUTiKV Capital Stock pa4 In In fonehalf ol li i d for Iho Trtiii lluilir Bulute Biirnlnt Undivided Prom1 Fund to pay Taxet I fiHnli to ehtcklou- Wnlch interest It not pnld- exclutlTcnf Truit Wllf 01 which luun t It p ld I iiuiid certine te il drinIHlou which liilurott i rlinente ol d ll on which Inlnrol UnM ISliiO Oil fl vln on whIch interest It nld InlnvintidTrtut an Certified Cheek k Cashiers Chock ouliundlnx Otis National llanki Hue State Ilniiku Still husker DuoTriKt mid riMllicountnl l loni ft Hllli l y lip I Lll ld dlVltltllV Other t Inclnd ed iindur nujr ill the aboyi Tour M 07 RUts ol Kentiilkyroiiiityof UrrardXV niiinl In trite to the ol my know nnd J V Hnbicrlbed d iworn to tuforu mo thU lay ol July My nominlftlon Expires January D i I 1 I j f III 1111 II- Irtl lIal tot ls0 oIl too w toek its 1 lA Trust uOIIf 1tIIti lit isi iiiili far TIOvsrlrafi 2A tae tfl say Stock paid ltIO 111 IIl141 ml v III 11M IId lemsiit t lInel OIO a hue Trll II Xnl All II II IUlld IUitii 011 hand llr lIhlll 1111 HU IU I III OFTm 8th day IIun W Colistey tither stueks Rood Eta lOtI line front till Shank IIG auk 2r IIUIt fVJ 10 MO tiuler of I I CODr r III I- Ilut 111 1111171- 1IM I nlJc to cteckoi Time c 01 ole 7 no Inn 10 Id I J lImldI- Inllk ole yr Inveat oht Elmer Cnitier lisa A Thou r rtfl pa r I N4 a Ktst lI hh ii S IItf hi is from i 6i eiI II- IullUve otSsr ra Iliac 2SOurlD U aFasisISI IIit ITVtI I ma Totals 4 i littoss a4sistia- Cartuled Slat raItcr fbeeyoititaalisg I mitd iTsi Ito Taxc cti4nft tsufalt1511 sv di- 0i I l IisbllltI trot any SITU ahoY anti hit 5 laurie 51 Iou on CoIls rsI lu1c 1 so4 4 tea- S ll0OI s4 357 5 any 1lMT0 mi Sap lIST 1 sun as Sired I sormin ISfltIo hepoIts I aIl I I Fuss 57815 tOil IInbllhte a loTu phunh that the sttle icii4f aIts lUll It I Klkln II T IXIKIIII J II llMcldv j hlreclor CITY ORDINANCE Time City Council of thin City of Lan castor do ordain hIs follows See 1 That iirllclo 10 H cMnnU of the Oily ordinances pool und tublcwor rooms In tile of Ix hereby SSec 2 Anvoffo a pool or blllitlrd tho City of tor Ky annual lolonsnof 10 fur the llrnt table and 11 for mull additional litbln and tho Is to tho water works fund 1rovldcd tint no Iliuinsn bu uruutcd except by tile City Council to persons of moral chuructnr at I inni ll flnnm hllllllblOKic 3 Any or blllitlrd fitom KO lloeiised no under tho vlHlmi of tile city Murshul anil nlund U p m in yiio violates and iorcnf uiul Its action Kliiill be Iliml aind ciinoluslvo violating provisions nf thlHunllimnca not s than iia und unit moro Hum liDO ThU ordinance sloth mho elfuct from mid Its pnHsnua HID IlT IOU Mayor Ate t V II Miunn Clerk Passed and adopted July 16 100U e Lallcallter Cy rill II lilY such places all time shall 1101 a Ill 1111 IJ IIlIlIIh 11111 IIr uf Ill or drank tiurol II I VIIIIO I lie flrovllllulllillf his lune uk IIV Council ull trl utter N f s Jiroll I hi I I 11W slimil flu tSR hUll all ti I rom s irinkiig any croft mild a4 shah I lie tml lea lie stud I ill II lUll1 S It Tit IMttiise Omdttil Cotittiioti Stiliool Kloctlon Notice Hnrrafil ol tr Court ItrgnUr May itos1 0rjlirt puriuant to adjourn ment and the following prwcmllniji were Hid 1fNcnt A I rvril Jnilxe- H M Vlinrlraixlfllherli utllllntitoM In ami urBtiiMttlie vlllnfio ol Maura liar Oonnly Kentneky A wtiltenpetltluli limltiR toed filed In n ol theUtrrard 0111117 Umirt on April If l o tRinl hy K 0 MeVlmtit J II T f Hplllmnn U I Arnold I H Ilirki J Holy Jr ll en Twill V I nailer omt Walker Oh rlMllr fiiW V Wt J Wad Walker Jerry llntxhii Wm I May J II Wixxli II K lltrndon art K II Walker more than ten lr al while TOttr and tatpairr In tltoillilrlrtol tlu propnnt llrailnl Cnminon H hool IM lrl laUlnKlli Jnil nf the Oar rarilUonntyliiiiirttnvlulilliliiillrailwl Oum mOil School In a territory to aiiicvd IIK II by snot brtwevli Ihvjililgenl the Mid Iourt and th sid named petitioner the tile nl the ld Mhool named In to I upon M lot olaNml tune acre of land now nwned by K V McWliortrr which I faeliig Uon the Lancailer and Hlchmoiid tnrnplkr Jtiit op poilte thcrrnliytrrlanOhnreli and whirl near Ihu village nf Mamo llarrard Cnuiitir- I Kentucky The ld elllliin having been ap proved In writing nn laid petition by Millie H Huixrliilvnitent of Common Hchnol oldarrard County Keninckyi and the Trni of the Common Hchool DUtricti nl liar rani Coiiulr Kentucky ol which iald fropoir graded common tchool illttrlcl will eumpote either this whole or apart having Igiifnt sad approved In wrlllnK on wru ng on laid lor clllik ald pioo e l Graded Common School at follow J llennahnei TrUstee of Common Htliool Dlnrlrt No So I K K IanontTruiUeolllJitrlclNo N W Wt Illilrlctno 16 Xelran Ma Traiteoof Dlitrlct Nyfln II C lloaln Trn ti r ot Dlitrlcl Ha and Ihu iald llliou having been Meit to the Juilxe of the list tartS County fgorion Monday April iMIh l and noted of riirtinl U n the aId date III open Court tame being a rrgnlar terra ol the Oat rant County Court antI tile ald petition and canto waiootillnutd for exception snot hear hog nulll the rcKtilar Mar term ol the Court lon May Situ and Ibl eauu having been continued lor hearing amid xt lor hearing on May Win l 0 slid ii oii the dale tame Jame A ToddTriiitc nl CUM moil Hihool IMtlrlel No I ol whieh this llriKlwl Common School Dlitrlct will com oie- i either the whole or part and aiked permlMton of the Court to withdraw hi content and hues nil name itrlekenlrom the petition content lug to Ilia Illahllihtnenl ol lh propdtni Jrad ed Common School lo which the petitioner otijeoleil and the Court being ad ltr l lutlalu td the objection ol the plltloiHT thtrenpon L Walker Attorney for A II Ktlrldge K I WcHxIi and ntheri legal while voter In tbe aid prepoiwl UradeJ Common Kcboul Illilrkl and moved the court to deny the relief loughl In petitioner application herein twcmic the tame wa not signed by the uptrlntendeu ot Comlnon School of r County I mllh In pertou but wai signed by Jennie Illirglu who wa anthotlnxl to act and an l In behalf ol the nptrlntondenl of Iubllc Hehooli Smith who wa t in purarlly Smote tbe county anti the court betiig advltwl overruled the ald rnullon and Ihe mid petition therei being inbiullled to the Court upon the pleading aud inhibit and the Court being advised hereby grant lIe relief t In iilj petition slut It I bertby ordered and adnded by Ihe eourl tb V a boundary be laid ofl for thu Mid pro MtC Bi mou Hehool dIstrict and a pole Ix opened anil an election be held by Ihe shunS ol larrard County Kentucky upuu the proposition 01 taking the tenic aud with of the legal white voters In Iho territory of the propoiwl Cum Dltlrlct whether or not they will vow an annual lax of eeuu OMI liuudrcnl dollar worth ot a d taiibl property belonitlng lo the white legal Voivr a poll lax of llounii Meh while raale Inbabltaiit over II Je r ol age III the iald propo Kl illttrlct fur IRc pur ehiitliig tiitl l ground electing build rcparlngballdluff ami maintaining awl operating Mid school and buying limil turn ami niulpmeut a may b n e tary mail for and pajmenlot the necv ary t eh r to modnei ld tehool- I The boundary of the Mid dlilrlet nf the ald Orated Common fcehool agree IIK II by and iMtwivn the Jmlgenf me larrard County Cxuirl unit the petitioner herein uiinul a billows lIvKlunlag land of C W Murphy eselndlng to l ro laitlneau InolndlDg Mid Gaitlnean thence to John Tankeril tlivnro Including Mary K Iteuurei Ibcucu Including It V 1arinn thence Including Hi C llMln thence exalud jug Thoi Orenn and Oreeu Ihenra In- eluding Itobl llnaln Ibeuce Ineludlng lri Fanny Orcen thunce Inaludlng Irauvllle Clark thence eicludlng John Crevch thence excluding Adrian Melealf ibence Including Ella Smith Iheneo Including Mary A Hut tlieneoexclndlng Win tUowu thence exolad hug V I Italitou theueo excluding Mr Jen nie llakcr thence Including Juhu Ibeiicv excluding Itobl Champ thence In eluding Mr Mob rly Hienco uxcludlng Jame Champ thence excluding Quynu thence Including It U Uiiyun thence Including E I Wood thence front said woods to the centre of Ialnl Lick Creek Taint Lick Creek with It meander Including all the vllUgu ol Ialnt County side to M K Hot land thence with M lUll Hot and with the tald creek to the nioulu ol llendvrion branch thence up llenderion branch and with ito line smith with branch until oppotlte leo lleailey- colored thence leaving the branch and run with the Lowell and Hooiivlllu pike and ld pike lo the land nl Mr Hpur lock Iliencu excluding thu land ol Mr flarah Iatrlck llienio Including A I Lravell thence Includ lug Mr Julia llardlu llieuco Including thu land ol flutist Hvbaitaln Ihence Including W V Uaitlneau Stony tolnt llouu being excluded lh n liiclinljng Wm lImo Ihence excluding Juhn rUggtnbotham Ilolr Iheneo Including r Hurt Ihence oxeludlug Jamvt llnruildci thvncu uiolud ice C R tlieWou vxcludlng Samp Archer Ilieucu excluding Illgnlte thence In eluding Including K U Walker thencu excluding Lnllier Mcijucryi thence excluding Win tlitnco will and uxcludlpg U V Murphy the hvilnnlng and at nn dlilance Ihe ald bouiuUry tu ex tend more than IHO mllei and n hull nor lo Include more of use laudtol the boundary o the lathes name herulu thin will bu hiolud within a from tlio ali prupOMtd she boundary stained licrvlu being oultlda boillidary of Ihe mild ill Irlit nnd all within thu saul boundary lo he Ihvuild traded Common School IiUtrlcl anil legal whllu voters and Ibo a able property ol the imao together with Ibat o ill corx rallon Included In Ihu tahl kmudary It I lurlher adjudged by Hi Court that Ihu VbiilfT of larranl County Ken tucky will cauie a poll to bu opened and an election held wlihlu dlitrlcl and boun dury out hirulii at which election all legal volur within boundary upon ilio proportion set out herein In JliU order aid to bu hold on- BATUHIIAY JlJLV8il IIM titus thai If elect l llv Smiled for Ihu salt Oradvil Common School Mprovldud by law at which limits and place ill legal whit voter Qvvrt v ytan o ag will bu vutllled la veto A Iru coy alut J A Poly Clerk I P C Nolkool h abqvv order I hereby u I veil ind poll will braopun iui dlrvctui Vy laid ardor punuaiil to lam- uaAAllNOlUBluriaa rraraCuuuy Juno IV J909 Term lablih Oraltd OOmoollllhoollll Ihe Tenl tar the I Iou I Illicit uttd the rthiihae 0 W Tytaleo of lisPs I liar lUll acIitht for moo Rhool DIn e oorsoratlnio lIch this oniloytut Wile Jim tbvtiC dowu Lick olilho Ourrard IIIIulork itioluiitiz MIIIII II II snot W II Jo ul 10 lbs set I OlvuIIUIIJ II s Seth aid lie 1 S tarot lark the itt id it ion Stout tee the sail conentett In Lion 5 saId sit idol wu saId ought I snot end lug a with the saul leo said K Ito luselud month mittiig said It lug bulb w lug uttl SJooi lid Fan it ner rail Itis 2t to I Irs I lie lbs iticiiioit all said w liSts smith chest ion mid at the atm there stisli aillouIBzi VoiiJ LC Ibis anti his CoiiiinlsslOiiorHSalo ol Liiiiil OAHUAHl OlllOUlt COUHT II Wlltimo and others IlIK- vn Mnrlnn Ethel Hiimoandnthcrfi Dofl- Hv vlrturo of II of tlio Jurrnui Circuit Court lumlnnd Juno lortii IOU In tlio aUivo styled iiutlun I us on Monday July SKltlilOOU the hour uf 10 a in l It KHitf County LVuirtdiiy sell to at the Court iloiiM Inor In Luiioiisiur Oar raid Cuiinlv Ky tilt following acrllivd real prupcrty In Oar rard cminty und bounded ait fulliiwn 4 ilniiie N ii7 W loi i tile vuntor uf LuiiKri lirnnclii inriicu N 27 K 30 polos tu II slake tho month of U riruln tliuiicosjn K 22i poles lo a N 70 poWi to a yuuinf poplar nnd wlnio near a oprlnu tin tho Hiitnu conrno IS poles In tile center of Duck Crook tlicnco up tim NIIIIO H 33 lA ptiliK thiMHu up Wluolcrs tlicnce 371 V IMI Id a beech on N 25 W 21 poles tu an oak thence S 671 W 6 tu tile liPKlnltitf 78or acreit ho tile Hitino moro or ILM Krom thin Is lolxMlodiiclcd tho following tuiiif darylletlniiliik at thn lino uf Dullard llolton thenco 867 to hIckory n branili thence down Rild branch N 83 12 102 three red nit n hrancli 60 H 10 poles tu u biuiicli coriicr near becuh tree llitmco up tilt Id liranuh H 32 V31 3 iMilcit corner lo Tunch HnnlMinw line N 07 W 22 polor lliunca 62 4 pules tu time b i contalnlni IB HCIIH Tills deductlnn Is hown by deed dated lVf 22 IHUO recotdcd Iced hULk 10 county dorks onicc und deed in tract IH recorded In deed book V 103 In clerks onico to hM lluniu liy Me CulUx ilrs hvCumr on of February 1SOO Haiti Innd will Im in a Said Mill in made fur tile purpose of a division nf Ihu ceeds amontt tho holts of Chat home deceased TKUMS Said snlo will IM madoon a credit of six amid 12 innnths and purchaser will lw nhlfl with Nccurllv lo the Master mon oy iMiirliiK 0 per cent Interest per an num from of nalo iinlll paid up paid at maturity having thn force and cllfct of n A lieu will alftu tw retained the land sold for the tile purclmno money J M HOTHWKLL Master Comr Onrrnrd Circuit Court Il H Tmnllnvon Atlr fur 1lalnlllf This July 8 1009 Coiiiiultvsloiinrs Snip uf Ininl G A llllA 01 UOU1T COURT O VH C heirs Dcfls a JudBOinont of tile Oarrard Circuit Court rendered at Its Juno term 1WW In alxlvo styled BCllun mattor on I J in the hluliOAl unit bcM bldUur at tho cuiirl lumst di ur III Lunciixler wrtl county Ky time following dcscrlb ed real propel tyj- A curinlu lout in Onrranl county In the vllliiKU u Iuini mil known ax tho U M Norris mid convened luC M Oiylo by deed IUed April 2 1001 rtcurdnl Indeed b iok 1U Mtto 607 In larrurd o attIcS iMiiindod as folluwnj HialniiiK ul time nl u of tim Rich inoiKi and Lancaster Corner ut 12 KitrldkeH lot thenco North 83 West 67 feet leaving tile former store houxo i II uiio foot front tlio lint itturo liouio now burned and none hence N 8 H 17 feet leuviiiK mild Mure Iwuso all one ftxjl train the line llienco N 70 K 01 nnnr I limjlrlj III Iheneo S 10 V UJ fcvr bcKlnliiir rile iii mil properly hq to W has the rlklitto This pro Is sold fur tho purpose of rein vestlntt tho accordlnu to the heroin Hpn r8 said property to bo sold OH a whole TKUMS Said attic will bo tnido on a credit nf six mouths and purchaser will Ito required to txecuio with K KM payable Ui tile Masior fur Mild pur chaso iiionoy bcarlnj cent tItter est annum from date of smile until paid time force awl effect uf a which oxccullon may IKSUO If not paid at maturity A wll also bo upon tho land wild fur iho payment of the purchase money J M UOTIIWKLL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walkor Ally for Illl This July 8 10011 lEaving a flrptolass Drilling OUtfit for drilling Water or Oil Wolls Im to drill Uiciu filmy T dclitli For further inrorinntlon write J E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky KJLLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery 1 COllllnlH lonur I lilt 111111 1I1 Ior tic IICIfIIlIlIIl lit 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