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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 17, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913011701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 17, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Setson No. TWENTY THIRD YRAR. 1. THE CENTRAL BE CORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. Section No. NUMBER LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913. 41. ( MOREN E WBOODS A COMPLETE LINE OF Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. Taking of testlmoncy In the suit for Water Famine. Lancaster B & L A. Elect Officers. divorce filed by I'ritzl SchefT, thn no With the river nt Frankfort higher The Stockholders of tin. t trcsH, against .John Fox, Jr. tlie nuthor than It has been for yearn and no water II.. 11.11.... r. t a ... . .u....,iiH u. wiaii Jimuci.uion mei on was begun lnnt week In N. Y. In the reservoir ntthe same time, thus January 1st and elected old officers the creating a water famine, It seems It li to serve during the ensuing year with . We should like to have heard the de another case of "Water, water every the exception of Mr. R. L. Elkin. who bnte within the classic walls of Central where and not n drop to drink." resigned because of the press of other University upon the proposition, "re business nnd Mr. J. W. Elmore was solved", whiiky Is n grenter detriment School Examinations. elected to succeed him ns secretniy. to tnnn thnn a bnld head". There is no The examinations for Common School They also declared a dividend of four one In this ollice however, that knows per cent. Diplomns will be held in the office very much nbout either. the County Superintendent on Friday Speaks. and Saturday, January 24 and 25th The Farmers Home Journal has splendid picture of "Made Mat' Pupils pas ing this examination success Jacob Dodd Speaks died at thu home mounted manfully upon the black won fully are entitled to free tuition in the of his mother on the New Danville pike on Friday morning January 10th of der, Kentucky's Choice. Kentucky's High School for four years. Choice in the hands of Mat Cohen, Is n tuberculosis, and after funeral services Auto-b- us Schedule, living wonder. He is owned by Mrs, at the home by Rev. I'ollitt.hls remains Lownes of Danville and both the owner Un the fifth page of this paper you were on Saturday placed at rest in the and Mr. Cohen are justlv proud of the will llnd the schedule of the Auto-H- u Lancaster cemetery. record he has made In the show rinjr. The deceased was the youngest son line to Nicholasvillc which runs daily and Sunday. Clip it out and preserv of Mrs. Margaret and the late E. It. it as in gives the rate from almost nny Speaks and was 23 years of age at the Easier Early This Year. point along the line to cither Nicholas time of his death. He was a model christian young man, a devout member Kaster Sunday comes this year on the ville or Lancaster. 2.11 day of March, and is the first time of the Methodist church, and the feeling manner in which he talked to her in his it has been this early in the year In High Water Hampers Shippers, last earthly hours was a source of great ninety five years. The high water of the past week has comfort to his stricken mother. Resides worked n hardship on the stock buyers his mother, the deceased is survived by Henry Bros. Buy Fathers Farm. some of them who had stock bought in six brothers, Messrs O. G., S. II., Messrs John T. Henry of this county anticipation of placing it on themarke W., R. K J. T. and L. E. Speaks and his brother C. U. Henry of Kirks last week, were not enabled to do and two sisters, Mrs. Susan Hawkins! ville, last week purchased their fathers necausc 01 me met that they were of Raker City Ore. and Mrs. Minnie home farm near hlrksville ror J7ii. per unable to get their purchases across th Pollard of this county. A wide circle of acre. They disposed of 1H) acres of swollen streams. friends mourn thu dentil of the noble their purchase to Mr. K. I'. Jones of young man. Maj. W. H. Collier Promoted. Nina, price private. Let Us Correct You Brother. The many friends of Mai. Willium Army Horses Shipped. H. Collier will be glad to learn that he Jim Sterns in his good paper the has been given a promotion in the ser Jessamine News has the following to F. A. Alexander the U. S. Army man vice oi me government and is now say in regard to the recent change succeeded in buying another saddle Revenue Agmt for the llltli, Illinois which have been made in the manage horse of IVnce Itros. forflCi., and with listrict. which includes the city of St, recently bought of Victor mnt of the Record:- the one Inits, and he will be located at that Robert L. Elkin. has become the Sanders. shiped to Ft. Leavenworth point. This is one of the best posi owner of the Lancaster Record and is Kas., for the use of n couple of army tions and a district well up among the most affable gentleman. Green Clay ollicers at that place. best revenue producers in Uncle Sam's Walker the retiring editor, greatly im Internal Kevenue department, and it is proved the Record in many respects, Critically III. a splendid tribute to Maj. Colliers ef and his newspaper friends in the Stat His numerous friends and acquaint hciency that he was chosen for the hope to see him win out in his race for tances will read with regret that Mr. W. S. Walkei long a resident of this tMusicale. countv is critically ill at his home on A very delightful meeting was that Lexington street, and at this writing, of the musical department of the there seems little hope for his ultimate woman a club held at the parlors of recovery. His children have been call the Kcngarlanjiotel Wednesday after cd by telegraph to his bedside. noon, under the direction of Mrs. John Mount. Mrs. Mount was chosen Former Lancaster Boy Marries. the chairman of this department upon and Mrs the resignatu n of Mrs. Lewis Walker. Russell Moore. Hon of Mr. While the club regrets tc give up Mrs. A. It. Moore, of Savanna, Ga., sur Walker, it is fortunate indeed to se prised bis parents by bringing them a cure a leader as etlicient as Mrs Mount. Christmas present in the form of a bon "N'evin" program was rendered and nie tiriuV. Itussell was a we tot of a those taking part were; Misses Martha ' boy some seven summers old, when his ! father gave up thu ministry of the Kavanaugh Sara Daniels, Lettiu Mae . Christian Church here, but his bright McKoberts. Minnie Walsh, and Mrs. face and sunny disosition has not been John Mount. Lach member of the I forgotten by many who wish him bon musical department is requested to bring ten cents to the next meeting in voyage on life's matrimonal sea. order that they may take a musical Journal. Next Wednesday afternoon is the regular meeting of the literary lepartment and each member is re quested to be present. Logan R. Smith Dead. K)3t, I Si Tests The of Plumbing Equipment 1. Docs it satisfy you? The appearance and eood taste of the fixtures should be in full accord with the other furnishiiiKS of your home. 2. Would it receive the approving clancc of your friends and guests? The bathroom is an index of your rccard for appearances but more than that of your rceard for cleanliness. 3. Is it free from annoyances of all kinds; on odors, no leaks, no fixtures inconveniently placed? I ,r jr If you cannot say Yes to these questions take up the matter with us and wc will furnish estimates on satisfactory, creditable, convenient fixtures of 'StatuInt'cP make installed with thorough honest workmanship. ISf tMtdiftf 'Vtra' Uriiory HASELDEN BROS. county attorney of Garrard. Not quite correct Rro. Stears, Mr. Robinson who has long been the presi dent of the Record Publishing Co., has taken over the holdings of former ed tor ureen Clay Walker, and bcomes Mr. Walker resuming the practice of law in Lancaster. Mr. Robert L. Elkin is added to the force of the office in the capacity of Rusiness Manager. editor-in-chief, I will save you money on a good Heating1 or Cooking1 CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Park Beautiful. Now that the controversy as to the ownership of the Park has been settled and it belongs to the town and the town turns it over to the ladies, we know it will be a Park Reautiful. This is a very unselfish work on the part of tho club women. The utter lack of the mercenary element, the all mbracing democracy they represent, the opportunity offered for service, the ever wideing sphere of influence, the patriotism they inspire, should combinu to create generosity and helpfulness on the part of the public. The future looms large in the possibilities of the Civic department, and unhampered, it will go on and on, becoming to the town what the ndividual woman is to the home, conserving its resources, studying its economics, making it immaculately clean and wholesome, enhancing its beauty and value, and quickening the of the mental and spiritual life STOVE. YOUR A660UNT i IS DUE. i PLEASE CALL AND Settle at Once. I need the money to meet my obligations. H. T. LOGAN i i As we were about to go to press the news reached our office announcing the sad death of Logan It. Smith, which had occured at the home of his parents n this city about 10:30 o'clock Thurs day morning. He had been in bad health for some time, but last fall when he went to Lexington and was operated upon for appendicitis his friends hoped for a speedy recovery, but for weeks his life hung on a thread, then a slow convalesence, after w hich he was able to be removed from the hospital to his home in Lancaster. While his condition has permitted him to be out most of the time since his return from the hospital, his recovery was not what his friends had wished for. On last Friday he was taken des perately ill and nil that a devoted family.kind friends and the best of med lent attention could do were of nojavtiil. Immediately uhii learningof his serious illness, Drs. McKee and Haas, specialist were summoned from Lexington to consult with Dr. J. H. Kinnaird the attending physician. After examination they announced his critical illness and gave little hope to the family for his recovery. The immediate cause of his death as diagnosed by the physicians was tuberculosis of the right lung, which was rapidly transmitted to the brain. Logan H. Smith was in his 25th, year und was the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Sr. of this place. Ho leaves two brothers, Messrs George Smith, Jr. local editor of the Record and Mr. James W. Smith, one of Lancaster most prominent merchants, and one sister, Miss Eliza Smith of the Lancaster High School faculty, Logan Smith was one of the best known and most iopular of Lancaster young men, having been connected with the business of his brother, James W. Smith until his illness some months ago and was the city clerk of Lancaster at the time of his death. He was very courteous and H)llte in all his dealings and a consistent christian, having been a member of the Lancaster Christain church since a small boy. Much grief la expressed at the sad taking oir of this popular young man and we tender the bereaved family and friends our deepest and tenderest sympathy in their sadness. Funerul services will be held at the residence, this, Friday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Eld. F. M. Tinder and assisted by ltev. S. II. nhabitants. the club women and long may they live. The marvelous growth the scope of of their membership, endeavor and objects already attained, means much to our town. All honor to Oh For Some Sidewalks. My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. I'ollett. Interment in Lancaster Many of the citizens of Lancaster are anxiously waiting and longing for the advent of spring, when we may have those long promised sidewalks. And it is to be hoped that no longer ill the city council adhere to dilatory methods in their efforts to have good sidewalks throughout the city. The citizens have long been promised them and are growing.impatient at the delay, There are places, even on the public square, which a lady may noi pass without imminent peril to her costume from the uneven and imperfect walks, Loose brick which tilt when you step on them, throwing mud and water all over ou, patched and uneven and a disgrace to the city. On the main streets conditions are even worse, the sidewalks are not only in a dilapidated and dangerous condition, but there are other pitfalls aiting the unwary, old wooded steps, decayed and rotting away, which are liable at any time to cause injury to someone and thereby involve the city in a law suit and put the taxpayers to additional and unnecessary expense. A great many of our citizens have already put dowu hundsome concrete walks, and in many cases, they were put down with the e.cctation that their neighbors would join them, and that we would have walks all over town, but with the exception of a stretch hero and there, they as yet remain unbuilt, and on thu contrary the walks instead of getting better, have gone from bad to worse. Now that wu have goodstieets, much better in many instances than the side- alks which skirt them, let us with the coming of good weather see a general construction of sidewalks, and the city placed insuch condition that pedestrians ay traverse tho streets in any direct ion to thu city limits without the necessity of providing themselves with rubber boots. W. J. EOMANS. j Do You Love A Cup Of Real Good I COFFEE Then We Can Please You. Your choice of Twelve different kinds and i Blends ranging in price from 25cts to 40cts per pound. DAVIDSON & DOTY CltXH :: R $1 5.O0 Our reduced prices on clothing will be unusually low for the next 15 days, in order to clear our cases and make ready for spring goods. We are going to offer the following prices on suits and overcoats. $10.00 Suits Reduced to Suits Reduced to $18.00 Suits Reduced to $20.00 Suits Reduced to II $ 7.75. $ 8,75. ED 7.50 quality reduced to 6.00 quality reduced to 5.00 quality reduced to 4.00 quality reduced to WATCH OUR STYLES AIND $ $ $ $ P BICES $7.50. 5.75. 4 50. 3.75. 2.75. QUALITIES. $10.00 $12.50 $15,00 $18.00 $20.00 Overcoats reduced to $ 7.50 8.50 Overcoats reduced to 1.50 Overcoats reduced to to 13.50 Overcoats reduced to 14.50 Overcoats reduced 1 t; i: t: ft 8 $12.50 Suits Reduced to $10.00 quality reduced to BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS. A, $11.75. $13.75. $14.75. J AS. W. SMITH, House The Central Record ger tolerate unfair methods in election! as once practiced, and nny candidate s Of Quality Mot-row- 41 He sure and read our farmer column the occurrence that some of Mr. 's Children Of Garrard County. this week nnd after this help us to make friends "got to" Nels and paid The Common School Diploma exam- it belter by giving us farm news. who should so unwisely plan success The following story was related to "ml Jested him to bring an occupied incorporated. ination will be held Jnnunrv -- I and 25. upon such will be disappointed when the writer several years ago, but for hornets nest to Mr. Morrow's room. I $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Our ellicient and courteous sexton, ... . for as many children the court is over. Hope of getting a tear some sore spots, eltner mental or nnywny that was Mr. Morrow's Inst ofam very anxioustake this examination Mr Solon Henry tells us Hint in the year the county to nomination other than by actually havfishing excursion with that gang. physical, might still be in the possessJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ns po&sible. I offered in the fall, a 1012, there were 02 Iiurlnls in the Laning cast for himself more votes than ion of the principal actor, and prevent R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. gold metal to the child making the caster cemetery. Sorrow has left its his opponents will prove disapKinting him from relishing its telling, we have imprint tion many in our community, to any one who indulges such an illurefrained from mentioning it before Judge Charles A Hardin Emerges Into highest general nvernge in I'JIII. The Entered at the 1'o.t Office In Lanciuter, Ky., putiils of the high schools of Point Lick but no grent epidemic has occured thnt sion. A hearty hand shake and a smile now. Some years ago, ns wns their Mall Matter. J SecotxI-CMThe Limelight And Wins Words Of and Lancaster Hre ineligible to enter exacted n large death rate; no fire in that does n't wear off always makes annual custom, Messrs John M. Farra, this contest, though it does not prevent which life wm lost, no wreck to sntitT Member Kentucky Tress Association votes. However, the people are rapidJames A. Beaslpy, Robert L. Elkin Approval On All Sides. out the lives of n score or more nnd we them from taking the examination. ly learning that there arc other I equipand and Ld. Morrow went to Rockcastle have much to lie thankful fur. J. L. Riley. ments for a public olticer than simply Eighth District Publishers League. Springs for a fishing trip. It wasearly But between Congressman Stanley in October and ns a few of the city When your being a "good fellow". Judge Char!e A. Hnrtlin, circuit Stanford Fair. Beckham there is going guests still lurked about the plnce, the judge of the 13th. Ket.tucky Judicial Goes To Tusa, Oklahoma., But May constituents ride over a rough road that and Lancaster, Ky., January 17, 1913. Stanford Is in the ring with her hnt might be better, when it occurs that to be a fight, a battle royal. We know sportsmen were comfortably quartered District is fnt winning golden opinion Later Return To This City. by nnnnuncing another fnir, to take the unpunished offender is not detected them both pretty well, w e have en- in "Tho Annex", which wns detached for himself it the mnny favorable press ' Rates For Political Announcements and brought to justice, or how the funds joyed a friendly acquaintance with from the main building. A hanger on comments may be accepted ns pointing J. II. Jennings, for several years ft place August 20 22. It is needless to larger tax receipt will be us- Governor Beckham since he first enter- about the place named Nels. Pointer, in thnt direction. These opinions nnd prominent citizen of this city, being say, it will be a succeM. for the Ikijh For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 from that ed all make them think of those other ed political life and have had a high who was just a little weak minded, im comments nre not the result of freak for several years connected with the behind it don't know what failure vor County Offlces 10.00 .. . I p. M...nntll.. ....... .... n Many people arc becom personal regard for him, and it has mediately formed a strong attachment or unusual decision, for the geninl I . . .11 VI L.I II ,11 U IUIII'IIIJI ' . .Ill ,1... HIJ .1. .1 1 I a qualifications. III. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 ing to view with disfavor the personal been our pleasure to give hearty sup- for Mr. Morrow, accounted for per Judge is nn unostentatious man, a man goods department, left Monday nfter-noo10 For Calls, per line e Narrow Escape. pledge and method of cam- port and approval to many of his posij naps uy me lact that air. .Morrow was of retiring disposition, avoiding rather for Tulso, Okla.. where he will 10 For Cards, per line paigning. In order to raise issues be- tions upon public matters. the custodian of the medicine chest, than seeking notoriety, but from the make his home for the present. Later Mr. II. F. King of near Kings mill For all publications in the inter. . L tween candidates and political parties There has existed between us and wnicn contained . some splendid "snaKe very learned instructions which he has he may return to Pecos. hid a nnrrow escup- - while limiting tnw est of individuals or expresCongressman Stanley the warmest per- medicine", which as that country if in of late issued to his grand juries in the and qualifi He was accompanied by Mrs. Jen- logs j and to suggest the fitness lust Tuesduy afternoon. A team sion of individual views, per cation as the test of support, some sonal friendship for several years be- iesteu wun rattlers and other venem- - vnnous courts of the district, and the nings and their I toy. Reeves County of mules with which he wns drawing n line 10 states have enacted laws making it a fore the approval of the public eye fell ous reptiles, is an absolute necessity, very learned views he hns expressed as (Tex.) Record-Times- . log up a steep incline became frightenObituaries, per line 05 misdemeanor, punishuble By fine for upon him and during all these years no well regulated hunting party would to the cause and prevention of crime. ed und ran olf. the log being detached any candidate to personally ask the we have found him a charming com- ever dream of being without. Under The latest instructions issued by the Attention Democrats. nil lii I Imck knocking linn down, break-in- g We are authorized to announce the suppoit of n voter. Ve know that the panion and a true friend and knowing so guise of various and sundry excuses, judge, and the one which came in for his collar Inine nnd otherwise serThe Democrats of Garrard County following candidates for Democratic people of this community do not gener- well of his brilliamt attainments we such as "he loud me mou't be gwineter so much favorable comment, was to nre hereby called to meet nt theiJ vnri-ou- s iously injuring hint. ally take so radical a view of the per were not surprised at tho enviable get snake bit", Nels. made frequent the Boyle county grand jury at the Nomit a '.ions. We nre glad to any however, thutthu voting precincts on Saturday, Jan. sonal canvas idea, still we find that success he so rapidly made as a lawyer. requests for a small store of the pre- term of the Boyle county circuit court, 18th. 1913 at the hour of 2 o'clock P.M. injury is not as serious as was flrnl For Stale Sena'.or. many of our voters decline to make We have rejoiced with his many ventative. One favorite excuse of now in session. Thp instruction in (standard time) for the purose of thought. personal pledges and some resent being friends in every new honor accorded Nels' was that he "wns gwine'ter go question was an exact counterpart of electing a Democratic committeeman CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. personally solicited by candidates. To him at Washington in the service of get "Uncle Ed", as he persisted in the instructions issued to the grand from each precinct and shall nt said No Decision From The Senatorial ComOf Boyle County. show that you fully understand the du- the people. He is a capable and an calling Mr. Morrow, a wild turkey, but jury of this county at the recent term time and place elect Huch committeeties of the office you seek and that you incoruptable statesman, worthy of the this excuse finally wore out as Mr, of court, but with many elaborations mittee Casey County's Member Abman. The old committeeman will chII For Representative. confidence of the people. are qualified to perform the same and Morrow reached the conclusion that if and statistics, the result of much study the meeting to order and preside until We have readers who are supporting the turkey was as big as one of the an research, and had to do with the JOHN M. FARRA. that you will fearlessly and faithfully sent, And The Commilte Ada chairmnn is elected. If there is a Mr. Stanley. massive river cliffs, Nels could not hit primary causes of crime, and the addo so will add support to your campaign. Gov. Beckham and otht-rJ. R. MOUNT. vacancy in any precinct the Chairman The distinction of being selected by We shall content ourselves, for the it with a rifle. vancing of the theory that the re- of the County Committee will designate journed To Meet Again For County Judge. your fellows for public office is an hon- present at least in giving the news Hornets in that country are as thick moval of those causes would material- a qualified democrat living in the preToday. ly decrease the number of crimes comor worthy of your efforts, but DUTIES about the campaign with such ed- as flies; their nests are CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. cinct to call the meeting to order nnd wonderful con itorial comments as suggested during OF PUBLIC OFFICE CONSCIENTI mitted. Judge Hardin it seems has preside until n chairman is elected. trivances, and when deserted by them, JAMES A. BEAZLEY. When the friends nnd attorneys of OUSLY AND EFFICIENTY perform the progress of the contest, subject to which they frequently do in cold weath delved deeply into criminology and has Jas. I. Hamilton. tho nnnounced candidates for senator the parties welfare and the public good. er, they is an imcomparably ed gathered statistics which by compari-so- n Chairman, richer honor For Sheriff. are secured for curiosities by Democratic Com "tee. from this district assembled at the . . . . and far more worthy of your ambition. do not redound to the credit of the ai ine tourists, a. r. Morrow conceived a court house in Stanford last Saturday C. A. ROBINSON. Our State University always seems You will add greatly to your popularity great commonwealth of Kentucky, anil Judge John Y. Learell County desire for one of theBe nests, which deJudge Of to meet the ASH BY ARNOLD. district committee, Hon. if you can convince that such is your to have its share of unfavorable sire he imparted to Nels. A few days if the plans made by him are carried Chas Montgomery of Caney was not W. L. LAWSON. publicity. It is making an unenviable later Nels made his Reeves County Texas, Dies At His laudable aim. nppenrance and out, they are calculated in the future present and it was soon learned that W. S. CARRIER. reputation for the state, as there has said "Uncle Ed I fetched you that h wing about a great change in the Home In Pecos. ho would not be able to attend the Now that the Panamn canal is near-in- g been constant trouble for five years appearance of these statistics, us well harnets nest", "alright Nels," Mr. meeting. For County Attorney. Under the agreement, Mr. completion, many questions arise either with the pupils or faculty. The Morrow replied, "just hang it in my as to tend to the moral uplift of the Judge John Y. Leavell, county judge J. I. Hamilton wns iwrmittcd to have as to its use. That is, will American latest is the arrest of Thomas Butler by G. B. SWINEBROAD. room". The evenings being cool Mr. state at large. vessels be allowed free passage through a detective after having been chased Judges are often brought to the mib- - of Reeves countv Tex , died Ht his some one to act in his stead, he being GREEN CLAY WALKER. Morrow was accustomed to have a fire this canal. Undoubtedly, if American since Dec. 9th. Butler admits his in his room, and along lic view by presiding over some noted home in Pecos Tex. on Inst Friday n member of the district committee, toward nightfall ressels were given free passage, our guilt in the University fire, implicates he told Nels to light the fire. About 8 case, or by some erratic principle which night atter an illness of several months and he has asked Mr. W. H. Brown to For Jailer. duration. Mr. Iavell has lit en a long act as chairman of the Gnrrnrd County Merchant Marine, at one time the envy exassistant coach Webb. The past o'clock he went to his room and retired they have advocated, or some unusual sutr-irefrom a complication of JACK ADAMS. committee. Representatives of Mr. ot the world, but now a disgrace to any week was Farmers week at the State decision rendered by them, but it is without lighting the lamp, and was DAVE ROSS. but the immediate cause of his Hamilton .urged Chairman Penny to nation, would regain its former pres- University, but the Webb trial and the soon soundly seldom that a mere circuit fudm sleeping, dreaming of the death was heart disease. His remains call the meeting nnd have the three tige. The last congress dodged the capture of Butler so overshadowed "big un" he intended catching on the brings himself to the public notice by were interred at Pecos on last Sunday. countv committeemen For Assessor. question after months of squabling and Farmers week in press space, that we morrow. present to henr the wise mnnner in which he conducts One of his great toes had esMr. Leavell was born in Gnrrard the facts nnd decide under the it looks as if the decision will be left to havent been able to learn what the caped from under the afrnirs of his office, However, the DAVE C. SANDERS. the cover and in the y Ky. on January W. IBM. and that hod been signed by Mr. The Hague Tribunal. President Taft University is doing for the state other E. B. RAY. course of his dream wiggled not unlike latter course as pursued by Judge Ut in his recent speech at the luncheon of than to give it a black eye. ni" ,of, M" g m Hamilton nnd Mr. ('. R. Anderson of J. B. COLLIER. a fishing cork. Now a hornets nest is Hardin, has product the unusual, not f at ,h,1' 1 me ,,,s. .dl' ath. Boyle, whether it was Garrard or the directors of the International Peace W. L. HUFFMAN. built around a twig, which when bent only has the press of his district made He wns a son of the ? Inte John Y. Boyle County's time to furnish the Forum in New York said that he favThe widespread demand for better in a certain manner prevents favorable comment uKn his utterances, the es Leavell, and was prominently connect- nominee for the party. Mr. Anderson ored the impartial arbitration of the roads is shown by the fact that fifty For School Superintendant. cape of the occupants of the nest; this but the daily press of the state nnd ed throughout this portion of Kentucky. and his friends objected ami contended issue taken by Great Britain in regard road bills were introduced in the Sixty even of other states have devoted con twig Nels had bent, but the kindly MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. He is survived by his wife to whom he that the contract called for a full to the canal. In this speech President second congress by Senators and Repmeetwarmth of the room had had the effect siderable space to favorable criticism. was married on October 21, 1S97, and ing of the committee. Chairman Pen-nTaft expressed the hope that a settle- resentatives from every section of the of opening up the nest, and one the Cincinnati Enquirer devoting con of the For Magistrate. held that us whs the first meetinir ment of the issue could be reached be- country and it can be presumed they occupants coming out to survey his siderable space on the front page of i who before her marriage was Mrs.! Alice Williams of Graham Tex., and by to consider the contract that bethought 1st District. fore the present administration had were acting in deference to tho sentinew location, espied the wiggling toe Sunday edition to his instructions in two brothers, Messrs A. I), and Wal-ke- r best tn give ended. Mr. Montgomery another ments of their constituencies. This and immediately went for it, when he the Boyle circuit court. JOHN N. WHITE. Leavell of this county, and four opK)rtunity to be present und continuThe matter undoubdedly should be demand for better roads necessarialy Judge Hardin is indeed making a WALTON E. MOSS. left to arbitration, but it seems unfair is resulting in the improvement of local struck it Mr. Morrow let out a yell like good officer, a man of strong convic- sisters, Mrs. R. O. Armstrong of ed the matter until Friday, Janunry SHIPTONH. ESTES. Frankfort Ky., Mrs. Jasper Bogie of 17th. Mr. Hamilton had the affidavit to the United States to arbitrate the roads first of all and the era of good a Comanche Indian, which attracted tions and splendid intellectuality, DAVIS SUTTON. he matter at The Hngue Tribunal. A roads will enhance land and not only the attention of the other hornets who devotes much of his spare time to the Edinburg Ind. nnd Mrs. J. W. Francis of Senator George Farris mating that 2nd District. swarmed comrade; Mr. and Miss Belle Leavell of this place. in 11KH the Democratic social board of arbitration composed bring prosperity to the farmer, but Morrow out to join their door made for the yelling study, not only of the cases which are John Y. Leavell is one of the many Casey county being in Committee of CHARLES 0. HKCKKR. of an equal number of citizens of the comfort. session with u before him, but of the existing conbloody murder, and lit out down the TAYLOR T. JIURDKTT. sons of old Garrard who bus success candidal from Boyle present United States and of Great Britain is declined wide porches of the hotel building, ditions in his district, und his constant fully wooed and won fortune in the I SON. LOGAN much to be preferred. If the question . Joe E. Robinson has assumed charge fur to put u candidate in the field for the desire and aim is to Improve those con west, und "the extent of his success is nomination and made him, is arbitrated at The Hague all Europe of the Central Record, Lancaster. Mr. yelling at every jump, with the hor ditions, und we Farris, venture the opinion attested to by the high esteem in Casey's candidate. Messers W. ll! would be against this nation, and the Robinson who is u prominent uttorney nets in hot pursuit; every once and u mm it ne is given me unstln'eil co which he wus while one would land on his anatomy, head of our editorial column pressure brought to bear upon the mem-- J At the held in his adopted homo. Brown. W. L. I.awson, John M. Farru, of Garrard, will do the editorial of the you will see the names of many an- hers of the tribunal would be which would serve to accelerate his operation of the various ollicerB of the He left this county for Texas in 18W) J. E. Robinson enormouB paper, but will not allow it in anyway and (J. II. Swinebroud law and the citizens who compose the nounced candidates for county oflices because all Europe is interested in Pan-- ! whirlwing flight. A dance was and but once since that time has he attended the meeting from to interfere with his lucrative law bus- - ulready here us juries, us well us the great mass of the subject to the will of the people at the amu tolls as much as England. visited his native heuth, in WOO during friends of Mr. Hamilton and Messers In a iness. Mr. Robinson succeeds Green in progress in the ball room, and the citizens ull over the district, thut we the "homecoming" he August primary. Only democrats have court in which only England and the ' dancers were startled by the flying aj- came here on u Henry Jackson, Robert Evans and Clay Walker, who retired to mke the will witness an unprecedented abatemade public announcment up to this United States are represented there race for county attorney. R. L. Elkin parition, giving out demoniac yells, ment of crime In this particular sec- viau, mm bu long nun ne ueen uway Chennult Huguely of Danville us time, but it is generally rumored that would be a much greater chance of u Ifis business thut the old homo und home people manager of the Record, and und with a funnel shaped drove of tion of Kentucky. of Mr. Anderson. It is both the Progressive und Republican par fair decision. were uimosi as strangers to him. now rumored that Mr. Montgomery of Muny Democratic as George Smith, Jr., local editor. Jess bald hornets in hot pursuit; on down tics will have one or more candidates well as Republican Senators have expast the stables lied the frightened Mr. Leavell's iwpularity in Reeves Casey refuses to meet with the other amine Journal. for nominations for all county offices, pressed the opinion that a special court sportsman, nor was his career checked Proof Enough. county was utmost unbounded, so great three committeemen to puss uon this before the books are closed. We ure of arbitration should be created to setthat for the asking lie might have nnv contract, taking tho KBitlon that since I lie loiiowing item appeared in one until in his mad desire to rid himself of accustomed to Htrenuous campaigns for tle the mutter. Our friend Prof. Ben Evans, who office within their gift. He hud his pursuers he landed in a hole of of the dully pajiers; "Tho body of served the enactment of the primary election nominations in this county und the water twenty feet deep at the foot of has u mathematical turn of mind, as eight terms as sheriir of the county luw that the committee has man cut to pieces und sewed up In no jurisdicpending campaign will likely be no exIt is reported from Washington that sack, was found in the rivrr this morn-in- "dead man's rock", from whence ho well as being u good authority on ec and but recently had entered Ukh his tion to puss Umjii the question und thut ception, this being the first primary for Senator W. 0. Bradley will vote against The coronors jury was unable to was rescued by a couple of hostlers onomics, tells us that he has proven second term as county Judge. To all who aha I be the nomliwo should bo county oflices since the enactment of the Shepherd-Kenyowho had witnessed his mad flight. His that the farmer wus not getting all who remember him during the days bill on February decide how ho met his death". It of left to the voters of the district. It in the present luw. 10th. The Senators friends here will looks like a case of suicide to us, first words were "where's Nels", but that was due him even with tobacco at his early manhood spent here in his old further rumored thut Casey will have A few suggestions to the candidates be generally disappointed that his best Nels was not to be found, nor did hu twenty cents a pound. To prove this home, the news of his death will come acundidute for the nomination and before any excitement may prove judgment directs him to this course, Ueckhan and Stanley already in show himself for several days, not he bought six cigars and after weigh- as sad intelligence; and to his relatives that this is the reason thut Casev'H With beneficial. While we see every indica- There are few measures before Con the race and the Governor threatening until he was satisfied Mr. Morrow's ing them, he has the figures to show, here the heart of the entire communi Committeeman refuses to take any tion that those who arc announced for gress that the people here ure more to throw hi hat in the ring any day, wrath had somewhat subsided; his ex- - mm wnen you pay nvu cents lor a ty, in which the Record Joins, goes out part in settling the rights of GurrurtI nominations are In earnest and intend intpreMtffl tn tlmn fn thu nnuuncr,, nf many are made to exclaim; "How happy cute was that "he did not think cigar, you buy vour tobacco back at In condolence (or their loss. Hut with und Boyle under the contract. It to urge their claims with the usual per this bill and local friends and conatit I.d be with either, were tothor dear uncle Ed wanted "an ol" harnets neat the of $3.20 a pound and if you the sad intelligence of his uuath is seems to bo generally conceeded thut sistence, wo are satisfied that the con uents were hopeful that he could rec. charmer away". without any harnets in it". It goes smoke a ten cent clgur your tobacco is mingled the county pride which we all should tho committee meet, that test will Ue upon a higher plain than oncile his convictions with the active without saying that the friendship be. cosU2you f6.40 a iiound. He dldnt feel thut one of our corn has left be- the terms of the contract the under Com. heretofore had in such figt ts. We can support of this bill that would prevent, figuring out the twenty hind hlin the splendid heritage of an mittee would necessarily deelil n In Following "The Trail Of The Lone- - tween Nels and Mr, Morrow was brok. see any use give assurance to every candidate that if enacted.the shipping of all intoxlcat-th- e some Pine" after the "Little Shepherd en off there and then. There hi ul. Ave cents cigar as no one but editors honorable career, and we point with favor of Garrard county, und in such primary will be fair in every par- - ( ing liquors into dry territory In Of Kingdom Come" must have been ways been a strong suspicion 'In the smoke, them and of course we can af- pride to the fuct that the irood ronntv event, Mr. Hamilton would be thy In fact, the people will nolon- - tucky from other states. of Garrard gave him birth. mind of a good many who wjtnwed ford "Hell For Sartin" to Fritzi. nominee. Ed Morrow's We are unable nt this time to venture any sort of n safe prophecy who the democrats of Kentucky will select ns their nominee for U. S. Senator nt the August primary. In fnct, we believe onlv a small percent of the voters have any fixed determination at present to whom of the nnnounced or mentioned candidates for the nomination they will give their support. However, we feel justified in saying that we can not see any thing uon which the Hon. Dave Smith or his friends could base the faintest hope for his success. Ex-Go- Hornet's Nest. I gum-sho- d s, con-tra- ct M' y g. n tt Ken-ticuU- r. it 1 I Section No. TWENTY THIRD YRAR. 2. TELE CENTRAL RECORD '('; UEUmiObi VNTMINISIIIU) I) I '()( ftACIr AND (lOOD (WVEHS'MEXl. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913. NUMBER 41. R. S. BROWN'S Entire $20,000 Stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies and Gents Furnishings, Blankets, Comforts, Carpets, Mattings, Etc., offered at a Tremendous Reduction. The Greatest Clearance Sale ever, offered in Lancaster, Begins Saturday, January ft 18, 1913 9 a. m. and Ends Saturday Feb 1st Must make room for an enormous purchase of Spring Merchandise So in order to do this, the balance of our Fall Stock must be disposed of within the limit of fifteen days. Tremendous price reductions have been made to carry out this great undertaking. Never before have we offered such bargains. Now is the money savings. Such an opportunity may be long in time to buy. Now is the time to make worth-whi- le coming your way again. Yes, may never come again. Can you afford to disregard such a chance to benefit yourself? We will only quote a few of our many prices so come and see with your own eyes and be con- vinced that this SALE is Unprecedented, Unequalled and Unparalleled. Below We Quote but A Few Of The Many Thousands Of BARGAINS TO be Had During This Sale Mens' Suits and Overcoats. suit of Mens' clothing nil to worth $10.0", sale price A fine mulch Mens fine suits in nil colors, worth S15.0, sale price, Our whole line nl prices that will $7.48 11.98 belief and begger We have placed our entire line of Ladies suits $25.00 and $30.00 values, sale price $14.98 35 Table Linen and Dama.sk. White table Damask, sale price Ladies' Coats. 75c. values in table Damask, sale price Lndies' Fine Black Coats, full length and well made, regular $6.00 value, sale price Ladies' Coats in all the latest shades, regulur $10.00 values, snle price . . 24c. 63c. 87c. 21c. 42c. 39c. 87c. 63c. uuw staler $3.98 $5.98 .98c. $2.98 Corsets, Ladies Waists and Knit Underwear. 51.00. $1.25, and $1.50 Waists, sale I)rjce. Ladies' heavy vests and pants, regular 35c. value, sale price. Ladies' Union Suits, regular 75c. value, sale price description. Misses' and Children's Coats. Here they nre two for the price you expected to pay for one. Children's Hearskin Coats in blue, brown, $U.OO value, 'salu price Misses' School Cwits, values up to $0.00, And other prices that will make you open your eyes and white regular sale price $1.78 $2.68 $8.98 2.98 Ladies' Petticoats. Regular $1.50 value. sale price Hentherbloom undershirts Sweaters. Ladies' Sweaters, regular 75c. value, sale price Ladies' Sweaters Children's valii3$l.-j- . s:Ue price Ladies' Suits. Ladies' Fine Suits of all wool serge, regular 510 00 value, sale price This seasons latest cut, regular 820.00 values, sale Ladies' Silk underskirts in brown, blue, gray and other colors, regular $5.00 value, sale price Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Never at any time of the year have prices been quoted so low on high grade Ladies' Childreus' and Misses' shoes. r4-i!a- r ;.......... Sweaters, regular 81.00 value, sale prices... OUR GUARANTEE:- STORE CLOSED Anything bought during this sale not proving satisfactory or just as represented will be J .1 1. r . . t. 1 1, n It 11. lJ giauiy exenungeu or yuur money rouiiucu. uu yuuua cuuiycu. iiuinc wiui uic .ml.1c. and make us prove every assertion made. T .1 -- . 1 R. S. BROWN. LANCASTER KY. Our Store will be closed all day, Thursday and Friday, January 16th and 17th- - Try a sack of our HOW OLD ARE YOU BY How Any Woman Can Cure THAT YOUR HAIR. INDIGESTION. You may be 30 in years, but if you are baldheaded or Rrry, people will surely take jou to be many yearsolder. Dandruff is the root of all hair evils. If it were not for the little destructive oralstency Kcrms working with a worthy of a hotter cause there would be no baldness. MimI stomach remedies are make. shifts -t- hey give relief but nfterwanl the stomach Is just as weak, just as un able to digest the food as it was before. Women especially should not depend on relievers only. Stomach Tablets not only give prompt relief but they put strength and elasticity Into the stomach walls and cause the discs-tivc juices to act naturally. They do more; they force the digestive organs to supply the blood with pure nourishment which m carried to the muscles, nerves, brain and skin. Result: healthy muscles, strong nerves, clear heads and clean skin. R. E. McRoberts & Son guarantees Stomach Tablets-5- 0 cent. I LOVELY FROCK By LUCILE CAMPBELL. OlenLiluFlour Its always good, clean and wholesome. We sell the COAL at lowest prices. Try a load. ' Thursday morning I.oule Erwln dropped In on her way downtown and told mo that she was going to try on a frock that sue had seen at ono of the stores. ' NOTICE TO PUBLIC. . PARISIAN Sage, American's great- est hair restorer, will keep you looking young and attractive. It is guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to make hair grow and stop fall ing hair, to cun- - dandrnn in two weeks; to stop itching of thj scalp almost inMantly. e about made up my mind to buy l still there," she said, for It It very at lUb and pretty uud Is a seed bargain besides. It is only about iai: wtat It was earlier TIc tho season sfcis i an: :a- It sri ttlalc It sill l It, If It - I K. Dmr 1 Wlieelev Garrard Milling 60. ': PARISIAN Sage is the most Invig orating, Satisfying, and pleasant hair dressing made; it makes the hair soft, luxuriant and handsome; it is especially praised by women who love beautiful hair. 50 cents a bottle. FliATWOOD Miss Lucy Longworth is very sick of pneumonia. John H. Mctjuerry whohas been very sick for some weeks is now improving There is so much litigation in this neighborhood that Squire Coldiron is forced to hold court every Saturday. W. II. Furr and E. (5. Hammack have ordered a com crusher and will soon be able to make all kinds of, stock feed. Rev. A. C. Raird was unable to fill his regular appointment at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday on account of a severe cold. Married on January 8th, by Rev, McIIutchins at the home of the bride Miss Leovie Longworth to Mr. Aric Willeford. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John while the groom is an industrious young farmer and is the son of Mr. Nathan Willeford. Long-worth, Hjm wuuld ycu like the benefit of I asked, laughingly. "I've h notion to go with you and gWe you an export opinion." 'That's very good of you," said my advice, ti Doctors Of Dental Surgery DENTISTRY buC.lX.lr. tt n.i have formed a partnership for the practice of Stale Unirersity News. (By U. B. Wilson.) On Jan. 6th. school opened with a large attendance of boys and girls who were nnxions to take up their duties after a long joyful holiday. A feature that was very instructive to the students as well as the Hople at large was in full progress when the students returned "The Farmers Week. This week is a big week for the farmers. The largest and best corn show ever held in the state, and is the first at tempt on the part of the tobacco men of the state to hold a tobacco show in connection with Farmer's Week, and it proved a much greater success than was anticipated by those who had it in charge. The tobacco growers and warehousemen of Lexington offered liberal premiums and as a result secur ed a large exhibit of the very best to bacco which could be gotten together in the state. The State Corn show which took place was the greatest thing of its kind ever held. The corn which was on exhibit here was packed and sent to Columbia, South Carolina for the National Corn Show which will be held there January 17. Many hundiome medals were given to the winners of the Kentucky Boys Corn Growers Club, among them a beautiful silver pither valued at one hundred dollars, the boy who wins the pitcher two years in suc cession becomes the ermanent owner. It is hoped that Ky within a few years will make rapid progress along all lines of agriculture and together with her natural resources attain a standing that will rank with any state of the Union. There came a tear to the eyes of many when they learned that the old campus mule (old Jane) that hud roam eu me campus lor twenty anil some summers had been killed during the Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Foruiulns St Recipes of Charlio Wliito-MooTho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for tbe treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the UCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat Body-ToiviSkin Only. Ask your druggist, or write man c. n, CHARLIE Tbe WHITE-MOO- Qntj & Bciltlist lBI mult-noo- ORIGINATOR Or I CKETfUE Mrs. 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N KEMlEt SCIENCE Kit West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky March Gras f1 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES UN ROLIG EST1V1TY NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE January 28 February 3 Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February I, 2, 3. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February 14, with extension of limit to March 3, 1913, on pajmcnt of $1.00. KrTrIVILEOES. FULL STOP-OFor detiili call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & CreKent Route, or apply " IL C.KINQ, l'aKnter and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main Street, Uiincton, Ky. FOR FALLING HAIR. Yon Run No Risk When Remedy. .You Use Hus I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are the same." I do not say. "Insure with mo, because I have the largest agency" But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. church." When I ask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me because I used to go to school with you" I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same MY SELUIINO POINT. Office Citizen National Bank. P. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. We promise you that, if your hair is falling out and you have not let it go too far, you can repair the damage already done by using Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, with persistency and regularity. for a reasonable length of time. It is a scientific cleansing antiseptic, germicidal preparation, that destroys microbes stimulates good circulation around the hair roots, promotes hair nounshment, removes dandruff and act to restore hair health. It is as pleasant to use as pure water, and is Holidays by the Humane Society. delicately perfumed. It is a real toilet Jan. 24th. State plays her first Bas ket-banecessity. game with Marshall College, We want you to try Rexall "93" She has scheduled some of the best Hair Tonic with our promise that it games yet.namelv.Vanderbilt.Marietta, will cost you nothing unless you are Cincinnati University. Louisville and perfectly satisfied with its use. It Miami. The State girls won their comes in two sizes, price 50c. and $1.00. game yesterday with Lexington High Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at ourstore-T- he Rexall Store.-- R. E. McRoberts & Son. CATARRH ll So, an hour latei, Louise stood before me with a childishly pleased and expectant look on her face. Although she la two ears older than I, taulte often seems ridiculously young and Inexperienced. "Well, what do you think of It?" she asked, glancing into a loug mirror complacently. It's quite pretty." I replied, "but aren't you afraid that chiffon tunic will ho qulto out of stylo next fall? That sort of thing has been worn so much this winter that probably It will be dropped altogther." ' You known I don't try to keep up with the fashions," said Louise. "If I can get something that is pretty and don't cure whether Its ht coming the latent thing or not." "Well, of course, if you don't mind being a back number," I began. "This Is the latest design," Interposed the saleswoman, "and It will be good style for as long as any one would wish to wear It" "Hut my friend wears her things longer than most persons," explained, and don't like to see her get something that Isn't especially becoming. ' "Why. don't you thluk 1 look well In this gowu?" Louise asked, rather sharply. She appeared to be texed because I did not rave over the gown. ' Well, you kno, dear, an overdress effect like that I. apt to make a per nun look ratlirr .tout,' I eipUltu-I think ono should be particular!) careful not to wear an) thing that add. to tho sUe. Still, If )ou like It and If you don't mind looking rather large, gel It by all means." "I certainly don't want It if I'm going to look like a mountain In It." Louise began to take off the frock very crossly. "I suppose you haven't anything else that would suit me?" she turned ic the saleswoman. "Nothing at this price that Is nearly You see, this Is one of so beautiful. our Imported models. I don't understand how It happened to be marked so low. I can show )ou something less dressy." "No, thank you. I want a really handsome costume," said Iulae, looking regretfully at the soft folds of silk and chiffon. Then as we left the store Bhe asked me: "What are you going to wear at our Dlx Amies reception 1 1 1 l.oule. Their offices will be located in the Stormes Building over Hurt 6 Anderson's Store. P. S. Hnving ch.mgcd the form of my practice, those owing me will please come In and settle tliclr Very Respectfully. M. K. DENNY. Courier Journal For 1913 You can not keep posted on cur- rent events unless you read the COURIER JOURNAL (Lhuksville Ky-HENRY WATTERON. Et.rroK.) A Democrtic President Saturday night?" "Oh, I don't know yet," 1 replied. "I usually watt till the last moment to de- Has been elected, and an era of Prosperity has set in. You can get Surely Banishes FAINT LICK. Inter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P here there s catarrh there's thou sands of catarrh germs. You can't get rid of catarrh unless you kill these is germs. Mr. W. G. FARES TO Florida. Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Long Return Limit. Foil Stop-Over Privileges. Drawing-Roo- trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elecm For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen S: Crescent Route, or apply to H.C. KINO, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 G. Alain St., Lexington, Ky. SILAS SHELBURNE, President. II. M. BOSWORTH, t. J. C. BOSWORTH, General Manager. E. II. DOAK, Treasurer. The New Silas Shel-burn- e TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY INCOItl-OHATE- INDEPENDENT. Warehouse No. 1, Cor. S. Broadway and Pine Street, Warehouse No. 2, Chair Avenue. Both Phones 933. LEXINGTON, KY. If you do not think The New Silas Shel-burn- e Tobacco Warehouse Company is the best warehouse In all Lexington to get you the top prices for all grades of your tobacco, give us trial, we will convince you. We Guarantee Satisfaction We Are Absolutely loucan t kill them with stomach Mr. Orville Arnold of Kirksville was medicine or sprays because they can't get where germs are. in town Wednesday. lou cae kill these germs with Air. Jack Adams of Lancaster spent Booth's HYOMEI. a penetrating, antiluesdav night with Air. A. B. Estridge septic, balsamic air that you breathe a Miss Cleone McWhorter who has few times a day directly over the raw, been quite sick of Pneumonia is im sore, germ infested membrane. It does proving. not contain morphine or any habit Mr. kaoan Kirk of Paintsvi e is forming drug. here to see his wife and little daughter For catarrh, croup, coughs, and Luna Mae. colds. HYOMEI is sold on money back Mrs. Henry Riddlebcrger was called plan by R. E. McRoberts & Son. to Mantord last Saturday to the bed- - Complete outfit, $1.00. Extra bottles of Booth's HYOMEI if afterwards siae oi her aunt Mrs. Nunnely. Just breathe Miss Margaret Anderson has had for needed, only 50 cents. her guests Misses Margaret Nolan, and it no stomach dosing. Hannah Doty of near Richmond. Mesers James and Earnest Woods Barlow Knile Made In Kentucky. attended the burial of Mr. William Joseph M. Rogers writing to the New Reid at Hustonville last Monday. York Sun tells of the origin of the Mrs. Carrier of Lancaster was here Barlow knife, saying, "The Barlow last week to see her niece Miss Cleone knife was originally made by William McWhorter who has been qjite sick, U) uanow ai uicnmunu, Ky., more than a century ago. Barlow had a forge Two Forms of Eugenics. in Richmond and made jack knives as Eugenics take two farms poslttv well as other iron and steel objects for and negative. The negative would pre the then rapidly growing West. Some vent the bad marriage and tbe dobI tlve promote the good, but the first Ii of the knives were for hunting purposes, but the easier than the second. We do not some the large know yet what qualities can be trans typical 'Barlow' was a one binder with mitted, nor how they mix. It Is best bone handle (sometimes rawhide), and to trust to the people themselves and a good steel blade it was. Afterward get the new Idea Instilled; then they it appears that Barlow gave up the will love In the right direction. If not manufacture of knives and concentraat first sight. ted all his energies on casting cannon for the war 1812, in which he was as sisted, I think, by the redoutable YOU TAKE NO RISK- Mathew Lyun who had the first rough Our Reputation And Money Is Back Of and tumble fight in Congress and was imprisoned for 'les majeste' under the This Offer. strict laws passed during the Adams We pay for all the medicine used administration. Then he went to during the trial, if our remedy fails to Kentucky. Fifty years ago the Bar completely relieve you of constipation. low family in Richmond was repre We take all the risk. You are not ob sented by a miller and 1 think memIfguted to us in anv way whatever, if bers of the family live there to this1 you accept our offer. Could anything day. They did a few years ago when be more fair for you? Is there any I left Richmond. In tho years 1820. reason why you should besitato to put 1870 or thereabout tho Barlow knife was made in many places and was our claims to actual test? imply a type of the cheap single The most scientific, common sense treatment Is Rexall Orderlies, which blader which boys received in early are eaten like candy. They are very youth. My first was presented to me I impronounced, gentle and pleasant in ac- in 18C4 at the rio age of three. tion, and particularly agreeable in mediately proceeded to hack the index every way. 1 hey do not cause diar finger of my left hand and tho scar rhoea, nausea, flatulence griping or any remains to this duy. Roys in these inconvenience whatever. Rexall Or days are so superior thut they would derlies are particularly good for child resent the gift of the humble Barlow ren, aged and delicate persons. knife whose disappearance on many We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies grounds must be regretted. It disat our risk. Two sizes, 10c. and 25c. appeared about the same time that Remember, you can get Rexall Reme McGutfey'a readers passed off the dies In this community only at our stage two great formative Institutions store-T- he Rexall Store. R. E. Mc in our history which have not been Roberts & Son. replaced adequately." here on business. -jack-knif- Kemer of Lexington cide." "I had thought of wearing that gown. I do wish It had been all right for me " "It's too bad that )ou are disapI pointed," said, sympathetically. Hut surely thero's no occasion for any special dressing at our Dlx Amies reception. You will look nice In any of your pretty llttlo frocks." Saturday evening I was taking off my wraps at the reception when I.oulso came toward me In a nun-likgown of gray. "You bee," she said, 1'I took your hint to dress plainly and " Then, looking at me In astonishment, she exlalmed, "Why, Lucilo, what havo you got on? You don't mean to say that you bought that lovely frock you wouldn't let me get!" 'I laughed gently. "You were a free agent. Louise," I replied, "and as you decided against the frock It occurred to me that perhaps I could use It, so I went back to the store yesterday and found that It fitted me perfectly Then I thought I might as well wear It tonight." "Weren't you afraid of looking stout In it?" she asked In a really unpleasant tone. "Oh, no, I have no reason to worry about Btoutness," I returned merrily, for I always try to overlook Louise's little exhibitions of temper. Tbe poor girl has such an unfortunate disposition. Carl Dates and Arthur Knight both complimented m upon my appearance. It Is always worth one's while to dress well. WeeklyCourier Journal And CENTRAL RECORD. Both One Year For Regular price of Weekly a year. Sunday Courier-Journal $1.50. $1.00 with We can also make a special rate on Daily or Courier-Journal In combination this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. 12. C. Million. President. T. J. Curtis, Vice President. Dr. C. 11. VauRht, Secty. E. DeatheruKe. Trras Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. RICHMOND, Incorporated. KENTUCKY. Near L. & A. Depot. K. C. Million. Capital $33,000.00 T. Telephone 66. Smith. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS J. Curtis. Dr. C. II. Vnught. T. J. J. M. linden. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The best lighted and equipped warehouse in Kentucky. Capacity 300,000 pounds daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco'. No danger of damage. Financial responsibily Guarantee Sales Every Day. Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade HOUSE Telephone us your teams free. G($ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Stnlls for you have we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. Come see our splendid new house. Until your tobacco to ns where plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you can better control sale as to time and price. Electric prizing power. We are getting prices that please the farmer. BODY. We expect to continue to get just as much for your tobacco as could be gotten in uny market in the county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERY Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. gj0: (0Xx: mmmiM GOING TO THE WEDDING By AMY GADSDEN. Band Of Wilts Operating In Lincol Co, "I wont downtown and bought Lucy's wedding Rift today," said tlio WHITE SALE Begins Today, January 16th And Continues Until Feb 1st. 2 rjjjj girl when I "It was renl fun." convention lugged n bit. went to school with Lucy, but Bho didn't niik mo to her wedding or to the reception," said t ho young man caller. "1 wlih to goodness sliu had. Surely one's schoolmatci ought to bo asked If anybody la" The rcecptlos Is cote: to be Jican. ' Th Lou is sutd tbs girl gjutblr.gly Urt ntt you kijjw "The) ve Invited the whole town to thn wedding all hut me." 'Well, It's too bad. I don't see, though, how you can go when you're Thero scorns to lie an organ!? ei band of thelves in Lincoln county, An un- successful attempt was made ivl blow- Ing up the Post office safe Uhrlstmns week, the burglarizing o f Farris grocery the same night nnd the attempt on the Junction City State Hank a few nights afterwardi, then the restaurant, of J. V. Aney last Wednesday night when they mnde n A haul of about ten dollars in cash. movement is on foot to raise funds for the employment of a detective Wo find thnt tfw farmer no iohgtr ha any against the Automo-bilTho only prejudice we find In with the young men nnd we know that is, because it cannot bo driven with one hand ns can the horse. e. Good Supply Of Water At Lake. liil H An opportunity to supply your needs, for the entire year, in White Goods of all sorts, including Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Sheetings, Cambrics, Nainsooks, Laces and Embroideries. Also complete new lines of Ladies Muslin Underwear. All prices much less than regular. not asked." 'If there was any way to slip mo In you'd think of It, wouldn't you?" said the young man. "Couldn t 1 pretend to bo a butler or something?' "IlutlcrB wouldn't be at tho wed ding," exclaimed the girl. "You're thinking of ushers. Somebody might drop her card of admission out of the church window to you." "Bho might get caught and thrown out, Do people have to have cards to tho reception, too?" "No, you walk right In for that, but you couldn t do It without being caught. They'd know you weren't aBkcd,' The recent rains have materially increased Ihe sadly depleted stock of water in the water works lake, the water now being up to the newly constructed part of the dam, which means that we now have a supply of water whirh hn3 heretofore' ben Where's The Street Cleaning Department? sufficient to supply the demands upon What has become of Lancaster's the water works system during the Street Cleaning Department, that man summer season, and when the lake fill horse and curt for which the city pays, to its increased capacity, which will no nnd which could be of so much benefit doubt soon happen, the supply will be well nigh inexhaustible. if would? During it the recent severe v Welsh !l m and 0)gdi0io00 wiw.avoyo Wiseman 60. 1 Danville, Kentucky. ft0co'eioco 5f0'0Y0Y0 "I'd glvo a lot to go to the wed ding, anyhow." "I didn't know you were so crazy over weddings, "It Isn't weddings I'm crazy over," said the young man, with a sigh. "Hut I bet you're going to let Sam Meadows take you." "Ho hasn't asked me yet, but If he wants to take mo I don't sea why I shouldn't go with htm and enjoy "No, I suppose not. A girl can't Imagine going with Sam and not having the time of her life." "I didn't say that." "No, but you thought It, apparently. And hero I am, crazy to go, and you won't even think up a practical way to smuggle me In." "If you hud culled there recently you'd hutu lecelved uu Imitation" "1 didn't want to cull there. There preferred was another place where to go." "Dear me! What a popular young man." "I didn't say a lot of places," he protested. "Hut you know I haven't got very much time and I'd rather be here than anywhere else." "That's very kind of you," she said, smiling. "Hut you see what you've lost by It you can't go to the wedding." "I don't "Oh, bother!' he cried. care a thing about that wedding." "Why you said you were crazy to 1 $ 3y0yv0r'0:;).MMx',Ai0X: yMMr Brr,nr,isriiafjrrjB 0 3 . Bring Your Tobacco To I rains the condition of three culVerts in the city, one on the "chute", one in Duncantown and the other near the depot, were brought to our attention; they were stopped up nnd the water overflowed the streets and beside rendering the streets in the immediate vicinity impassable, did considerable damage. It does seem that the "department" could remedy these evils nnd look nfter and kcu to it that these culverts are kept open and in a condition to allow the water to pass through them. It appears to us nlso that the public square and the garbagg cans in front of the various business houses are not coming in for as much nttentionas they formerly did; the square is not as clean and some of thecans arc in a dilapidated condition, and in some instances, especially on the side streets, the cans are given absolutely no attention. This horse and cart are maintained at the expense of the town, and the man in charge of them is paid a salary, and it seems to us that the town is not so large, but that with a few hours work each day, these evils could be easily remedied, and unless they can, and matters be conducted in n better manner than they are at present, the city might just us well dispense with the unnecessary expense of maintaining a Street Cleaning Department which docs not clean. BONEMEAL Good New paper In Richmond. We welcome among our exchanges the Madisonian, a new paper just started in Richmond with Grant Lilly, an old newspaper man, and who already has a paper at Irvine, as tho editor. The paper is an eight page publication nnd advocates the candidacy of Gov. Mo Creary for the U. S. Senate. With the Climax, the Register and the Pantagrnph, we had thought the ournalistic field about full in Richmond, out we hnve heard that competition wns the life of trade and we hope Dro. Lilly may also find his venture remunerative. Climax Now Semi-Wee- The Richmond Climax, always a wel come visitor, came to us twice last week, and as we never get too much of good thing, it is doubly welcome. Ed. Walton is a crank about a and the splendid paper he is making of the Climax is not the first proof he has produced that he can make a success of a two times a week paper. He brought the Interior Journal of Stanford as a up to the high standard of one of the best papers in the state, and what he bus done once, we believe he can do again, anyway if Ed. cannot make a success of it, no one else need semi-weeklsemi-weekl- y try. Bro. Brown Succeding In His New Work. GOOD FOR SWINE 0 0 ;: :: : mm Residence Phone 66. Ill Stanford Street. w Business Phone 211. Obtained at Missouri Station by Feeding Each Animal Ounce Each Day. Results go!" "I am. Hut If you weren't going I'd not care at all." "Maybe I won't go. Mother and father will be awuy and It may happen that Sam will take somebody else." "That Isn't likely. He's been horn every evening for months." "IMease don't exaggerate." "Well, he's been hero etery time I have. And now ho can take you to the doings and I've got to sit back and smile like an angel and look as If I liked It." "You won't oven see us." "No, but I know Just what a good time Sam will have. There won't be u prettier girl there than you are." "Sam'U think differently," she said with a laugh. "Sam's awfully Interested In my cousin Mary, who's one of He always talks the brldesmaldB. about her every minute when he calls You see. they hud a quarrel, here. and he emtio here to get news of her It's ull right now. wui tho peacemaker, by tho wuy." "Then you're not going!" cried the young man Joyfully. "Can I come over that evening?" "I think you're horrid," she pouted. "I'm crazy to go to the wedding.' he "And I'm crazy about you!" blurted out. "I've been trying to tell you all tho evening, I want you to marry me!" "Well, why It's "You know I love you,' he said. "I couldn't stand It to think of your going with Sam when I wanted so to take you." "You can go now!" she cried, securing possession of her own hands and proceeding to clap them, "One's fiance, you know, Is always included!' Chicago Dally News. . "0 :: 0 Direct Buyers. No No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. 3 ?yJarsrriicE3ni7& I KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION CO, Between Lancaster, Bryantsville, Camp Nelson, and Nicholasville, Connecting with Interurban Traction Cars For Lexington, Paris, Versailles and Frankfort. Auto Car Line. UK A I) DOWN. f HKAD UP. Distance Lv 1.5 30 Fore Time DAILY Lancaster. Sutton Lv Lv I. ear Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Arnold Itubinson Markiibury Fork Church Cum Hick Robinson.. llryuntxville I son Ar Time 6.00 p. in 5.55 p. m 5.4G p. in 5.42 p. m 5 30 p. m Fare $1,00 7.15 a m. SW 7.K1 a in. Ar Ar .05 .15 .15 .20 .20 .20 .25 .35 .10 .50 .CO 90 8.00 ii m. 85 8.0IJ n in. 80 8.07 a m. KoIk.IO a m. SO 3.9 45 Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 8.12 a m. 7f. S 17 a in. 5.0 5.1 7.5 90 5.32 p. in 5.30 p. m 5.22 p. in 5.1(1 p. in '.'!. 2.1 CO a in. in. Atti a in. 10.5 12 (I Ml 8.38 a Poor's Camp Nelson National Ccmctary Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 5.01 p. in 4.5-- p. in I0(8. J5 a m. 30 8.55 a m. ...0 ICO 17 1.45 p. in 4.35-p- . m .70 .75 .75 .80 .80 .90 2G0.05a m. '259.10 a m. 20 . 0 Fitch Woods 4.30 p. m 4.25 p. in 4.19 p. in 4.15 p. in 4.09 p. in 17.8 18.2, 15 u in. Ilanley Vineynrd Hoovor Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv 209.19 a in, 10 9 22 a in. !'J.30 19.0 20.8: a in. 22.0 Ar Nieholasville t.Ol p. in $1.00 INTERURBAN. 25 9.45 o.ni 10.20 n.m .0 Lv 12.2. Ar Nicholusvillo Lexington Ar Lv 4.00 p. m., 3.25 p. in. 25 Q. H. Thomas, Mgr. Lancaster, Ky. The last week has witnessed great activity among the tobacco growers. The seasonable weather enable them to handle their crops to great advantage, prices and the unprecedented high forced them to greater activity, each and every one of them seeking to get their product on the market at th earliest possible moment. The vast number of wagons seen on the highways, headed for the various markets would lead one to believe that the crop in this county was well nigh inexhaustible, but there is still a great quantity of the weed in the county yet to be marketed. The buyers are busy viewing the crop, nnd senrcely a grower Keeping Eggs Fresh. In Germany eggs are kept fresh but that has a more or less flattering for any length of time by simply Im- offer for his holding. mersing them In a ten per cent, solution of silicate of soda, commonly Lost Leap Year Opportunities. called "liquid glass." This produces so" thn formation of a coating which renLeap Year has gone and withit many ders the eggs perfectly The a dream of the Bachelor maid. It will eggs bo treated retain their fresh be 1916 before it comes again and by tabto for many months. The best proof of ihe efllcacy of this treatment that time many ladies will be older has been furnished by the fact that than they are now and will fully resuch eggs, after having been kept for alize they were not as diligent as they a whole year, were batched and the might have been in the use of their chickens were strong and healthy. The time and opportunities. preserving solution is best prepared Rents are high, beafsteak is soaring by dissolving one pound of liquid glass skyward, and automobiles are expenMice Didn't Car. In four quarts of cold water. The eggs Little Dorothea is one of those chilsive, which makes the young man dren whose danger signal Is silence. are then Immersed In this solution, rather skittish and girls must learn to When she Is still, she Is in mischief, which should be kept In a glazed advantage of their opportunities. The other day her mother became earthenware vessel, and tho eggs are take quiet which boded trou- kept In the solution for a short time. Still it is quite as important to a aware of tbe ble. She was about to look for the If one of these preserved eggs is to woman that she get the right kind of child when, at that moment, Dorothea be boiled, tho shell must be first per husband, as it is to the man that he came In, her face rosy with happluebs forated to prevent cracking. gets the right kind of wife, and she and her mouth covered with crumbs. ought to have an equal opportunity of "Where have you been, Dorothea?" choice, not as an exceptional privilege asked her mother. "What are you once in four years, but all the time, so eating?" hoping 1913 will find the right undersigned hereby give warn here is young lady, The "Cheese," said the man as often us did 1912. oalmly ing to all persons not to transpass upon Where did you get It, "Cheese? our lands for any purose whatever as A Pleasant Trip To Lincoln. dear?" we will prosecute ull offenders to ful "In tho The Business Manager of the Record "In the mouse-trap!exclaimed her lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and ujoyed mingling with the good people mother, horrified. Fishermen especially take notice. of Lincoln last Monday their County "O, yeth!" "Hut what will the mice dot They JnoM Farra Court day. For hospitality, hearty hand Squire K Parsons won't have any cheese." shakes, and "God speed" the people Ed & N 11 Price Dey W S Ferguson "O, dey don't care, mamma! of that county can't bo beaten. He is) W A Price was two moufles in de trap, and dey E F Herring especially grateful for the Courtises didn't care a bit." S L Kich W S Embry shown him by Editor Shelton Saufley, Mr. Jim Edd Bruce, Jack Rout, Harve Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkln Good Test. McRoberts, Jack Beazley, Charles J W Sweeney Mrs, Ulfferls a sense of hu- - Dave Thompson "Has Withers, Wolter Walker, W. S. Fish mort" 7. T Kice Jus Sutton and a score of others. The last named "I'm afraid not. l'vo seen her look gentleman has taken the Record "since at Mr, IllffcU a number of tlmea Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels II C Arnold D 11 Anderson without ever smiling." the mind of man runneth not to the contrary and says he couldn t do II C Hamilton, W G Anderson, without it. G Y Conn L II Ilrown We feel that we are to be congratu" T W Conn Might Have Been Worse. J G Conn lated as well as our subscribers upon Gen. Daniel E. Sickles, on the ocPilgrimage Tobaco Co. securing the services of Miss Mary birthday, .1 G Clark casion of his ninety-seconsaid of content men t: Dr. W liurnett Bruce as a correspondent from Stan Mrs Maggie lloulden "When- an old man sits down and insures us a newsy fqrd which W K Leavell C G Gay dreams of what hu might have been, letter from there each week. John lioian there's a good deal more contentment E Dunn He is also grateful for the names In looking' down then up." E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath added to our list of subscribers and H. E. Thompsan liootb Thompson hopes to give them value 'received in Good Advice. news. T. M. Arnold, Jr. Wlllio Papa, Fldo waa Just bit by J. W. Simpson If any one in Lincoln wants any & taxi. S. C. Henderson. J, II. Posey. Papa All right, Willie; telephone U. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. thing out of old Garrard Jet them aptor a taxidermist. Tho Pathfinder. ply at the Record olllce. H. L. Burton. T. W. Bradshaw. ' 1 All kinds of bonemeal are used In the manufacture of fertilizers, bu not ill kinds are suitable as feed for swine, ilonemeal from a glue factory which has gone through the process In which acid was used is not suitable feed. Hut any bonemeal, especially green bone, that is ground finely enough, may bo fed. Steamed bone-meis good. At the M.lssourl station bonemeal was fed with very good results. About an ounce of meal was fed to each hog per day. At the Nebraska station four lots of pigs were fed to determine thn value of wheat shorts, tankage and steamed to ground bono as supplemental cornmeal. These hogs were pastured on alfalfa, and for this reason the lot fed on corn alone made about as satisfactory gain as any, although the lot which was fed on bonemeal In addition to the corn had the strongest bone. Shorts strengthen the bone some, and tankage with corn produced much stronger bone than corn alone. Where mixed grain rations are given, or skliu milk or good pasture, ull of It Is which supply ash material, doubtful that bo ne meal ts of much value other than for tbe purpose of strengthening the bones. al A letter to the Record from Rev. Chas. Connor Brown, until recently pastor of the local Presbyterian church, tells of the splendid success he is experiencing in his new field, that of an evangelist. Since leaving Lancaster on Oct 1st of last year he has held meetings in the Knobs near Junction City, at Inez in Martin county and at Hyden in Leslie county. At these meetings he has hod over 200 confessions and about 100 united with the Presbyterian church and the remaining 50 with the other denominations. churches of various The Record is indeed glad to hear of Rro. Brown's success as well as are the wide circle of friends which he made during his sojourn in Lancaster. Tobacco Prices Soaring. POSTED mouf-trap.- d ;UiJL I II. I III I III Commissioner's "J Sale of Land. "1 I A. M. BOURNE Garrard Pauline Carter, VS Cmct'iT Court, I'lnintlir. David M. Carter, etal., Defendants. Pursuant to n judgment rendered here in nt tne November Jerm uuz, me Prices Right. undersigned Commissioner will sell at Good Service. public nuctlon before the Court House 351-Phone uoor in Lancaster, iy., i - - Kentucky. A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY. JANUARY 27th. 1913. it being the first day of the Garrard lOUniy l'UTi ll'llll. HIV nr tointr mentioned in tne pieaaings anuuescru ed na follows, to wit:- Said land is located in Garrard County. Ky., nnd wns purchased by J. B. Carter J. rilONK from Charley llalcnmb and his wife omce orct F. U, Hull i (nrtilliirr .tort. Lena Halcomh and bam Katon and his wife" Jennie Eaton, nnd is bounded on Kentucky the north by the lands of I). I,, uabbaru, Lancaster, nn the West bv the lands of said Gahbard, cn the South by the lands of F. M. Carter's heirs and Isiaah Metcalf and on the East bv the Halcotnb land, nnd containing nine ncres more or less (Successor to Dr. It. L. Pontius.) nnd is known as the oil well tract. The purpose of the sale is to sell the Innd which is jointly held and owned by the tiarties and divide the proceeds between the parties entitled to receive tne same. Office Bt Hniney s Livery Stable. TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of Kentucky Lancaster, six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond witn approved security for the purchase price due in cent interest six months... . ! ..... bearing . six per per annum irom date mini imiii nuving the force and effect of niudirmcntunon Who So Ever Will. which execution mav issue, payable to Master Commissioner oi Come and Ret SHAVED nt tlie NEAT W. II. and a lien and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street the Garrard Circuit Court property sold will be reserved unon the until an tne purcnase money is pain. The Old Reliable Barber. W. H. HROWN, Master Commissioner of the Garrard HENRV DUNCAN Circuit Court. Auctioneer. J. TINSLEY, Lancaster, H. " County Surveyor. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! . L. L. Hour. ft.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Office Office over Walker, Att'y. Stormes' Drug Store 33- - F. "WVLTKR. Commissioner's DENTIST. Sale Of Land. Lancaster, Phone 65. Ky Garrard Circuit Court e William Rutlege Adm'r. of Sallie &c.- Plaintiffs. vs Defendants. Dovie Graham &c- Pursuant to a judgement rendered herein nt the November Term 1912. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at Public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster. Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on Rut-leg- E. W. Morrow, Glamei Kitted. PatlsfRCIlou Guaranteed, Graduate Optician Oakdale Herd Of MONDAY. JANUARY 27th 1913 it being the first day of the Garmd County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, to wit:-IGarrard CounRoyal blood and splendid individuality. ty, Kentucky, on the Buena Vista TurnA few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. pike and dounded as follows:- Beginning a stake the J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky creek;- - thence atN 89 E 51. 72in poles to a stake in said line, thence N 84-- J W 46.04 poles to a white oak formerly, now a stump, near a spring;-thenc- e N 2 poles to a stake:- - thence W 2 poles to a branch;- - thence down the same with its meanders to tne beginFrom acres. ning, containing 17 acres is to be dethis tract of 17 KY. ducted about one acre being on the LANCASTER, south side of the Bryantsville and Cane Office Phone C. Residence Phone 220 Run Turnpike road, it being all of the land of the above described tract lying on the south side of the pike. the purpose of the sale is to settle the estate of Sallie Rutlege and divide the proceeds between the heirs nt law, and the parties entitled to receive same. All Work Guaranteed. TERMS. Lick, The sale will be made on a credit of Ills tf. six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in to 12 a.m. Phone t8 n six months bearing six ier cent interUI,,ce "ours,lto4-7to9p.m- ! 229. est per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judge M. K. Benny ani W. A. Wheeler ment upon which execution may issue. payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court Doctors Of Dental Surgery. and a lien will be reserved upon the nder property sold until all purchase money Office: Storinei Building over Hurt son's Furniture Store. is paid. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, W. H. BROWN. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. John White & Co. R. H. Tomlinson, Atty. LOUISVILLE. KY. Established 1837 Registered Durocs n W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. 7-- 7-- U H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Kentucky H Ighetl market prlci paid 'a: i wooz, camiiisiai furs and HIDES. Real Estate and Auctioneer. rock-botto- Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. The Cumberland river Is said to be higher than nt any previous time In Its 1 Lancaster Readers Can No Loafer Dealt There was a freshman named Roast, history. All business was suspended Mixed some chemicals In with his toast, at Burnsldo and Burksville. lis! I SteamThe Erkfence. Stood near n flame, boats were used nt Burksville to rescue And exploded the same, both people nnd property. It Is said Again nnd again wo have read of They are sending him home by Parcel the loss will reach nearly one million in distant towns who have strangers Post. dollars. been cured by this or that medicine. Under Ground River Found. But Lancaster's pertinent question has What Is It??? always been 'Has anyono hero in Lan An underground river of considerable A buzx a whi- rcaster been curctu ihe word or a importance has been encountered by A cloud of dust-- A stranger living a hundred miles nwav Composed of Roots, Herbs, the barytes miners leased by Evans wild, yell-- may be true, but cannot have thV Chemical Co., of Nicholasville, four A weird object flying hen nnd Unrks, fur nil same weight with us as the word of miles from Danville on the Lancaster silence and a smell. our own citizens, whom we know and pike. The remarkable feature is that Answer A Ford Blood Diseases, respect, and whose evidence xe can so the stream is located only twenty-flv- o If you want a FORD, call on R. L. easily prove. Rheumatism,Kldney feet beneath the earth's surface on top Elkln. I. D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford a high hill, almost overlooking Dix Ky., says: "I can of Pike, Lancaster, Liver, Stomach.Ner- river. The miners had gon down to n Kenyon Inlet stale Liquor Shipment Bill recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for depth of twenty-fivfeet when the they did me a lot of good. I had weak vousness and Fe- gushed forth. The large open To Reach A Vote In U. S. Senkidneys ard the kidney secretions were water ing tilled quickly with the onrush of M DAKOTA JACK, irregular in passage. My back pained male Diseases. ate On February 10th. the waters and the men were forced to The North Western Cow llov. me. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills A num flee to keep from drowning. strengthened me in every way." After n long, arduous and diplomatic pumps were se 45 DAYS TREATMENT FOR $1.00. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eta. bcr of monster steam cured by J. W. Weinman who wns debate in the Senate over the Kenyon Buffalo, New Co., the mine anil they were run Anti Interstate Liquor Shipment Bill York, sole agents for the United .Sta- operating incessantly nt full speed for several on last Snturdny it was decided that tes. days and millions of gallons of water the bill should be submitted to n vote Dcnfncss, Hums. Stings for Ti i Remember the name Doan's and body before ti o'clock P. M. on were pumped out without having any of that 25cts per Hot tie. Sprains Kit. take no other. apparent effect on the supply The Februnry 10th. The unanimous consent agreement secured by Senator Sanders mines were then nbandoned and the HiiV AMSV1LLK on the day previous to have the bill machinery moved away. Danville AdFor nil the people nil the time. Shaving. ShiiinpooiiiK. Until. brought to a vote on January 20th was vocate. vacated, and the definite time for the Mr. W. C. Rose was in Lexington lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. taking of the vote llxed for February last week. IIIICK KVK. 10th. There is a gem-ra- l feeling among All or. sale nt J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts ft R. I. Burton attended court at Stan the friends of the measure that when Q ford Monday. Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman Mr. Cecil Broaddut has returned the measure is brought to h vote, it Mr. James B. Leavell wns in Lex from Lexington. & Son, Lowell, Ky. will be passed and will then go to the ington on business Monday. Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville House for action. j Miss Kiln Welch of Nicholasville is a few days last week. i. the guest of Mrs. Harvey Deane. Edward Dickerson of Richmond is Democratic Senate Caucus Decides To Dr. Bradley Montgomery spent a visiting relatives he.-e- . few days last week at Paint Lick. Oppose Eleventh Hour AppointA. C. Miles sold to R. A. Dodd of Mrs. S. L. Burke who has been quite Wilmore, 12 hogs, 122lbs. nt $(5.00 per H V. UtttlSnM lr..l,l. t J S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ments Of President Taft. sick for several days is improving. cwt. ORCASl.M) iSSj. After due deliberation the DemocratDr. B. C. Rose bought a vacant lot Rev. Summers of Georgetown failed ic caucus of tho Senate decided to from Mrs. Nannie Mullins for $175. to fill his apiiointment here Sunday on stand pat against the appointments Mr Louis Brown moved last week to account of high waters. mude by Presidtnt Taft since the Novthe farm he recently bought in Fayette Mrs. Pattie Simpson, daughter of ember election. Army. Navy and DiLANCASTKR, KY. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard were Mr and Mrs. Sim Rav was buried here plomatic appointment will be confirmin Lexington sovernl days this week. last Friday. SURPLUS $.o.oo The people of this ed without opRfiiion from the demoMr. Clay Coulter has been suffering community extends sympathy to the cratic minority, but the confirmation of V. V. CHAMP, Cashier. with a very severe attack of rheuma- bereaved family. appointments as postmaster, collectors ... tism. W. 0. P.IONEV, Ass't Cnsh'r. of port, internal revenue collectors, J. J. Wai.xeii, Jit.. Book Keeper. Mrs. Walter Davis has been on the TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE marshals, district attorneys and judges sick list for several weeks but is im will be fought to the bitter end. Prompt Attontion. Business Solicitod. Money Back for anv case of proving. Every resource nt the disposal of the Mrs. E. H. Ballard and Mrs. Hogan minority will be brought into play to Ballard were in Danville shopping Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai prevent the outgoing republican adminJ. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold, S. U Gibbs Thursday. istration filling from 500 to 1000 ollices Lewis 1 Walker, C. A. Arnold, Director. Solace Fails To Remore. Mrs. Florence Ballard had the mis with republicans to serve during the fortune to lose a valuable horse last SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- greater part of the democratic adminisweek from lock jaw. Senator Paynter who has cal discovery of three German Scien- tration. Mrs. Eliza Ballard sold a horse to tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals heretofore refrained from expressing Messrs Clyde and Clarence Ruble, of and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to his attitude in the matter, has written Buena Vista for $150. take, and will not affect the weakest a letter to the Kentucky House demo crats signifying his intention of oppos Mr. M. O. Kennedy bought 3 mules stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food ing all Kentucky appointments. from his brother, Mr. Ben Kelley, of and Drugs Law to be absolutely free Preachersville, for $300. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Davis and Mrs. from opiates or harmful drugs of any -Belle Davis o? Sulphur Well, have' description SOLACE is a pure specific in every been visiting Mis. Charley Deane. way, and has been proven beyond quesMrs. Eliza Ballard delivered a part Will he n.i 1,1 tion to be the surest and quickest rem. i t?i.i nnv of her tobacco crop weighingC.OOO lbs., edy tf nitt. .t. for Uric Acid Troubles known to Liniment falls to give at Lexington Monday where it had medical science, no matter how long Quick-Reli- ef iiiouiii rcuei ana me purchase pries previously been sold at 15 cents. standing. It reaches and removes the is not refunded. Try it and see. Mrs. T. T. Burdette has been spend root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Ul the mot wonderful rrmedr rr- levlng tuln I hive ever ud."-Cai- it. lor ing several days with her parents Mr. purifies the blood. Berry. Lexington, Ky. and Mrs. Robert Collier, in Boyle. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek "I used this liniment anil the pain and Mr. Collier has been quite sick and still are the Sole U. S. Agents and have koreneM dliaupeared like manic' Jailer w.T Uallenger, Lexington. Ky. remains in a critical condition. thousands of voluntary testimonial let"It In . . .i nrr, the only remedy. that ha. . niven me .1.1... Our Post Master, Mr. W. B. Hal ters which have been received from grv Mra. butan Welbuni, Newburg. Let us send in your subscription. relieving aches and pain this llnl. come says the Parcle Post is keeping grateful people SOLACE has restored him quite busy. Packages arriving to health. Testimonial letters, liter- ment beats anjttiliiKj. I ever saw." j, it ucuuu, Lexington, u p.n. "Thl. liniment ln.n.f on almost every mail. This surely is a ature and FREE BOX sent upon and has completely cured me ot rheuiua-tlm."-convenience to the country people. U. Await, l'arls, Ky. It. Lee Morris, president of the First Mr. B. F. Patton has returned from National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote If it Falls to Relieve Any Pain in Any Part of The Body In Fifteen He was accompanied by the Solace Company as follows: Richmond. Mr. Harvey Patton who has recently "I want you to send a box of Solace Minutes, Ask For Your Money Hack. 50c At All Drugfistsor returned from Louisiana where he to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for went with his brother, Mr Oscar Pat which I enclose $1. This remedy has Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. ton, who has recently purchased a been used by some friends of mine large plantation there and moved a few here and I must say its action was won weeks ago. (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. County Court Days. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes Several names of guests from a dis IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL tance who attended the Golden Wed Lancaster, Garrard county, fourth ding of Mr. and Mrs. Glass last Wed AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY SOLACE. "No Special Monday. nesday were omitted. Among them TAKING second Stanford, Lincoln county, JUST were Mrs. Alvin King of Carrollton, Treatment Schemes or Fees". SOLACE ALONE does the work Monday. Mr. and Mrs, C. S. Evans, Mr. and Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday Mrs. Ed. Glass, of Nicholasville, Mr, Write today for the free box, etc. Richmond, Madison county, first and Mrs. William Combs and Mrs, SOLACE REMEDY CO., Monday. Perry, til Jessamine, Mrs. Alder of Battle Creek, Mich. QUESTION CLEARED UP. Catch This. 7: Pursley's Mill Herts 1 fill blood-curdlin- g by-T- g g e 0 Foster-Milbur- n I I Dckota Jack's Cow Boy monf JLlIllIIlCllL r! (j- CPRM R SOAP. 0 j( S f r I IOF c(e Citizens National Bank Courier Journal AT $100 REWARD HALF PRICE For 1913. OINLV $3.QO A YEAR. R. E. lnd-"K- or !... S. McRoberts & Son, Danville. Carlisle, Monday, Nicholas county, second MODERN NEWSPAPER IS ENCYCLOPEDIA l.o yd. Very Member of a Family Can Fiad Some thing of Interest In Its Columns. The modern newspaper Is an ency clopedia of facts for every citizen of FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND l Huv a Farm, the community. The wholesale mer STOMACH TROUBLE IF YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm, the best medicine ever ( Sell at Auction it is over a druggist's counter. sold chant in the city or town picks up the market page and he knows the ruling I will Rive you prices on prices in the products he sells. The 50 Choice Farms. farmer examines the same page and See Me or Touch the Live Wire. he finds what hogs are worth, what his sheep and cattle will sell for and what W. T. KING, his tobacco will bring. The busy house' DOLLARS MILLIONS OF . Phone wife or growing girl looks at the adver every year to poultry and ho; KENTUCKY LANCASTER, tising pages of the paper and reads all year thou tuna oi raueri. about the bargains at the dry goods stores, grocery stores and the prices of wereuvrtj from cholera nd other diieanca rfy5X'V' TX Mom ii minis. during the hot weather by the use of the thousand and one commodities that tow m niKvv.S' i'.S w. t.ii v.rtMtprUt. Writ. lUrA H she needs. J (or ...llj rrlc. llrt jLMjA The farmer, if he is Interested in his M.SJtBFLt SONS farm and wants to make money in it uii.Titu, r. VHi Hctlcrtliriin,lll4.i.WMl and through it, studies the farm infor Tfc Crwtut Clitltra f rmativt Kmwi mation thut is given in his newspaper mm4 cur and if he reads that faithfully he gets th choUra. but dun't lut il fr uruil theythem all the practical information that he mm. Giv it to pownilicti with food could secure from the best farm jourft rriruUU tin work hp of h dis nal. chlr and otherujirernu whuh gvt InU th iittn When there in war in the Balkans wii'i in iuua or if ik. A OmhSlno Powder and the Bulgarians and Greeks and for Poultrypackwl In Servians start in to drive the Turks rvj another for hoc, nwUi ran, cn't dry up. loo from Europe, every American eagerly trrngth or puil Ilk otlivrt nJ coU ihi nor. It U all imnIiciimi follows the courses of the war. When mul suaranUod too. How to UH there is an earthquake and tire in San Written to b utvirt ud an J givtn trtm to llv ill u( ruled Lwok. ty our atoik owner, our U Francisco every Kentuckian wants to conjultintf Virnnanaji, ahowinjr to koo and howinjr hnw to cur dtajHra in llorar, Catllr. know what is happening to his fellow blip, Sw no anr) I'oultry, together iU ovtr 14 Rm4ta, ioiludjiijr American. There is no event in the R30RBt great world that does not interest him. Our iruaranteod rrody for Ring Bon, Spavin HpunU or auy bony oJar)iiieiita. Now tho only way he can keep up with THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) the march of events is by taking and Baltimore, Md U. fl. A. reading a newspaper. The Lexington Herald is offering a Residence Phone 27 C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Ollice Phone 3. mail rate of $5.00 per year which rate Agents wanted in other towns. LANCASTER. KY. will be in force until January 16, 1913. 339-K- c holera Hosts V Hogs and Poultry Prvt kl Mrs Frank Ray is quite ill at writing. Miss Leila Teater visited her aunt at Buckeye, last week. Mr Dock Simpson and brother James are visiting in Steward Okla. Mrs Lige McMillon visited her par ents last Friday and Saturday. Mrs Juia Walker was the guest of her daughtar, Mrs Kirby Teater, last week. Mrs Pattie Simpson died at the home of her purents on last Thursday morn ing Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. third Georgetown, Scott county, this Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Mon day. Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester. Clark Monday. Versailles, Monday. county, fourth fourth lourth first 1 For sale by C.C.&J.K. Stormes, Lancnster J M. Metcalf, Paint Lick, Ky Woodford county, Cynthiana, Harrison county, Frankfort, Monday. Franklin county, at 4:30 o'clock. 1 I r' pM RS ECZEMAField CAN BE CURED! I Will bowt-U- , Prove It To You At My Expense. MIHKKAliLK. WIIOSB DAYS Y00 WHO ARK SUFFERING Till! TOKTUKta OK KCZEMA. J lv-- v A BEAZLEY Col-Si- Funeral Director and Embalmer HAS CURED HUNDRED! WHICH 1 BELIEVE WILL CURE YOU. 1 WII.LSI.'NI) IT FREE. FOSTAUE PAID. WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION ON YOUR PART. JUST WRITE ME A LETTER OR BEND YOUR NAUI3 AND ADDRESS ON 1 WILL A POSTAL CARD. SEND THE TREATMENT FREE OF COST 10 YOU, I.C.UUTZELL, 123 W.llftla SL.Ft.Wayne.It4 TREATMENT WHOSE NK1I1TH AUK MADE SLKKl'LKSS 11 Y THE TEHItlOLU ITCH. INQ. UUKN1NO PAIHS. LET ME SEND YOU A FREE TRIAL 0h TIIH ARE WniClI dm t Fields seeds at wholesale prices direct to the consumer. I have a full line of choice field seeds and can save you money on your Winter and Spring supply. Write me for price list and sam ples. Seeds Bush Nelson, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It. DENNY, President. J. K. STORMES, Vice Pres't. S. C DENNY, Cashier. R. T. EMUUY, As't Cashier. J. L. Gti.i,, r. Book-Keepe- W. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Seedman. Lexington, Kentucky. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. p0Bt.y, j, r, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors! "5 MTHMrOjCir 3L3JTU HTH ; 2 BUYS YOUR CHOICE Gf Our Weil Selected Line Of Stylist $12,50 lo 130, LADIES TAILORED SUITS Not a suit in our house is reserved-a- ll reduced to $9.98. You are made this inducement so that we may have room for our enormous spring stock. Our profit comes only in being able to prepare for our spring business. i All are remarkable values, but an early selection will increase the amount of your pleasure and of your profit. I I The Joseph Mercantile Company. The Store That Satisfies All The Time. To Our Customers n Happu ana rrosDerous poPievoo New Year. Mrs. J nines Prather la ill of Mid .. r Gossip I About A llrlcf Mention of (he Comtnji and Goingi bylhoic W Arc Inttrcitcd In. occasion, the selections being from the Miss Minvel Hogiu of Madison county well known comjioser "Nevian". is here with her cousins Misses Minnie Miss Sallie FJkin is in Stanford or- anil Iiessie Drown. ganizing an art class. Mrs. Elizabeth Durgeos of Bueim Mr. I. I!. Conn was in Louisville for Vista has been visiting ;Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tomlinson, a tdiort stay this week. Miss Jennie Duncan is at home after Mrs. Nancy McKinney has been visia visit to her sister Mrs. Charlotte ting relatives in Lincoln. a man will he speaker for the occasion. The Chautauqua Circle met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. P. Frishie. The subject for discunsio-- i was "Developement and Interpretation of Christian Art in Mosaic and Italian on Paintings." The following prominent democrats were in Stanford for a meeting of the E. Your account is duo, Come in and settle and make us hapoy. neural-Ki- rheumatism. J. y R. MOUNT,, SON & CO. j Mrs. W. II. O'ltannon of Stanford hns been visiting lira. W. T. West. ,. .. II . . . .1 II .miss .iarj Arnold iihk recupenucu after quite a sick spoil of tonsolilis. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Tin- - BEAZLEY & COLLIER OnVe i.vrr National Rank of Lancnhter. Ky Mrs. John M. Furra has been ill of I.a(iri)K' but is alilo to bo out again. Little Miss Delia Rice Hughes lias been ill with mumps but is convalescent. ' Miss lVarl Sebastin of Richmond is the guest of Misses Bessie hnd Kunice I'rnther. John Walker of Akron Ohio is here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. , Walker. j Phone 27 Mr. ami Mrs. S. I). Cochran have been in Stanford the quests of Mr. ami Mrs. W. S. Fish. . Mrs. 1M Walker is at home after a visit to Misses Mury and Margaret Miller of Richmond. Miss Allie Yantis who lias been visit ing in Stanford for several days return ed home Wednesday. Messrs W. A. and T. in Danville Friday the and Mrs. S. P. Grant. 0i.C'XO'.0'fiK (OCO0l0'.0;W'0'G5i0i0'.0J 0iCO0'.0'.0. OUR FLOUR IS S G Guaranteed 1 ' : J. f lOUf flOUR N0U8 flOUR ')ou,i B'"' Price were guest 0f Dr. perfectly anil agairst It dirt is q impurity. from ILL I I Li-I: made the lest It is i .selected wheat. fjroiind in one of the Miss Ilettie Walker Rurnside was hostess for a most delightful chafing dish party Friday evening. Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son Suulley Jr. were guests of Mrs. Hanks Hudson of Danville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing have Miss Sallie Lou Myers is making a senatoral committee: Attorneys J. G. D. protracted visit to her sister Mrs. K. Robinson, James 1. Hamilton, Mrs Kdd Price and N. B. Price were II, Ware in Cincinnati, Swinebroad, Hon. J. M. Farra. W. L. with Danville relatives Monday. Lawson and W, H. Drown. Sterling Herron has returned home Chas. Spieth of Louisville was regisMrs. .1. T. Ratrey entertained comr Mrs. after n visit to his tered at the Kengarlan Sunday, plimentary to Mrs. J. Wesley West by Sarah Noel of Willishurg, Ky. a course dinner and Mr. M. I). HughMrs Virgil Conn has returned from a Mrs. W. J. Romans and daughter es was also hoitess Thursday of a well visit to her parents at Williamsburg. Miss Carrie Hell were guests Tuesday appointed dinner, Mrs. Wesley West Miss Pauline Mocker of Stanford, is of Mrs. Nellie llallou of Stanford. of Washington City being the guest of the pleasant guest of Mr. A. R. DenMiss Martha Ward Sweeney, will re- honer. ny. turn with her aunt, Mrs. II. A. Hoeing MrJnmesR. Henry and family of Dr. N. W. Tracy and wife have tak- to her home in Milwauke, Saturday. Kirksville leave in a few days for Crys en rooms for ten days at Mrs R. J. Mr. W. R. Asbury of Cynthiana h tal City, Texas. Mr Henry goes to West. at the Simpson House, he being herein Texas on account of his health and his Mr. G. T. Higginhotham, of Lexing- connection witli the work on .the new many friends in the county join with ton, wns mingling witn friends here school building. The Record in Imping his health will be fully restored and that lie will not this week. Mrs D. F. Walter entertained at a permanent home. Mrs. Florence Mallard of Hryants-ville- , chafing dish party in honor of Mr and make Texas his has been the guest of Mrs. Lu- Mrs Hoeing of Milwaukee and Mr and Information has been received of ther Ilerrou. of Mrs Henrv Ware at the ElizaMrs J. W. Sweeney. beth Hospital nt Lebonon; as Mrs. Mr. Fred Goosman and son of RichMr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Jo; mond, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Haselden motored to Lexington Monday Ware was a former resident of Garrard and Lincoln the news will bring Zimmer Sunday. evening to witnets the "Pink Lady" sorrow to her former friends. She was played in that city. Miss F.stella Conn has returned to which-waof Mrs. Hnllie the mother-in-lathe Jewess Hospital, Louisville to reReed, age 80 years died at his and sisterjof Dr. R. M. Cross-fiel- d Win. sume her studies. President of Transylvania Uuiser-sithome at Paint Lick after a general deLexington. Mrs. Joanna Hall is at home after a cline lasting many months. The intervisit to her daughter Mrs Krnest Hohon ment was in Mustonville, the old homu The following invitation has been of the deceased. Cnmhpell of Stanford. received bv friends in this city, "Mrs. R. T Kinbry entertained at her The Mary Walker Price Chapter U. Cordelia Mornsby Calloway requests Mrs. the honor of your presence at the home in Hill Court, the lionoree being D. C. will observe the Cynthia Mrs. J. Wesley West of Washington memorial January 20th. at the Kengar- - marriape of her daughter ilan, at 12:3(1 P. M. Mr. M. Clay Kautf- - Cordelia to Mr. John Williams Walker City. grand-motheh s re y, n Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden motored to Lexington Monday. Warren of Stanford. the afternoon of Saturday the twenty-fiftof January at two o'clock. Home, Snithfield. Kv". Mr. Walker who formally lived here, but now a resident it Akron. Ohio, is tho oldest 9onof Mr. nd Mrs. W. S. Walker of this city ard his host of friends nre already congratulating him on his prospective marriage. The bride elect is a resident Ky. and is quite of Kmminence, popular. After the marriage they will leave for Florida on and extended trip of several weeks. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, J Car load of Salt, just received. Ut SjJnI. Davis. RK.vn-Furnish- Foil 2t room3. Mrs. C. D. Powell. rent. Blacksmith shop in Bryantsville for J. S. Haselden. We are now prepared to take boarders and furnish rooms. J. W. Walker. The Stock holders of Farmers Union Supply Co. aru requested to meet nt Lancaster, Ky. Saturday Jan. 25, 1913. pd B. M. Lane, Mgr. For Rent. My house containing 8 rooms, good garden, lot and barn. Apply to W. T. Mrs. Jennie West. West. For Sale. Old fashioned square piano in good Miss Jennie Swope. condition. Marksbury. Ky., yourself from loss by fire, Protect lightning and wind storm by insuring your property with Stults and Stults, Agents, The Continental Insurance Co. Lancaster, Ky. 12-2- 0 It G ' liest ami cleanest mills in the country. The Hour is packed at the mill whence it comes direct 8 :. returned to Milwaukee after a visit to 0 to us. Order a sack and that of the very hesl to-da- and get Fl.Ot R that is all Hour Lancaster Elevator & FIourMills . .0. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. : Miss Margaret Cook is at home after a pleasant visit to Misses Helen and Chastine Sprague of Louisville. 0' An interesting group picture in Satur w days Louisville Times was the children of Mr. and Mrs. Towles Walker. Miss Stella Hendren who has been Distinguished Rivals For The Democratic Nomination For United States Senator oQ'0''QQ! Look To j visiting friends in Richmond will go there this week to begin teaching. and Owen Goodloe of Springfield Morris Goodloe of Hoylo are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Goodloe. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount were in Stanford for the burial of Mrs. Mount's aunt Mrs. Mary Matheny. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbio entertained the Arts and Crafts Missionary Society n most inviting luncheon was served. Mr. James O'Dannon left Friday for his home in Greenville Miss, after work ing two months on the new school building. Mrs. T. M. Wilson has returned to her home in Howling Green after a stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount. Mr. and Mrs. Towles Walker and interesting family of children have moved to the leavtll farm lying on the Sugar Creek pike. Mrs. U. I). Simpson entertained in Thursday afternoon ut n formally chafing dish party, the lionoree being Mrs. J. Wesley West of Washington City. Charlie Thompson who has been the recent guest of his sister Mrs. Hnyden Lcuvoll has gone to Louisville to tuko ii course in Bryant and Stratton's Husi ness College. Miss Kllu Thompson of Lincoln Coun ty, who often visits Miss llallie Drown of this place, will leave Wednesday for Florida and Cuba on an extended pleasure trip returning in tho early summer. the Vt regret to note that Lucile, bright little daughter of Mrs. H. M. Mrs. llallou of Stanford, is quite III. Halloa and her family have many friends in our midst who deeply sympathize, with her. The Woman's Club gave a musical Wednesday afternoon at Hotel Kengar-laMrs John M, Mount arranged a n, Ctu.jwW.fry Te Future as well as the present. You don't always expect lo have a small business. Then prpare yourself for a bitf one U Open an account at the Oakkakd Hank k Trust Co., and tfet used doint here business as hiK husiness is done Hesides an account check costs you only is a moiivy saver in many ways, A send the cash? two cents to mail. What does it cost you to j The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Pretty Jgfc Tough Luck It's to be out of and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap may need now pen to you. Order us to send what coal you spoil. You'll If you shouldn't need It, the coal will not Imve use for U some time anyway. CONGRESSMAN A. O. STANLEY. The second congressional district of Kentucky has furnished to the Lower House at Washington for the last few years in Hon. A. O. Stanley one of the He was educated at Center most brilliant and attractive members ill congress. College, Danville, Ky. ut which place his father for many vears was the pastor of the Christian church. While Mr. Stanley is not personally known to a large number of people of this community, his work for a number of years in uidlng the various organization In fighting to arrest the destructive grip totheTobucco Trust has made his name a familiar one to tho farmers and tobacco growers of Garrard county. His work in Congress has been continuous ami untiring,g and we may truthfully say, successful fight for tho ieojiles Interest. In some of his achievements we may tuggest that ho was the father of the successfully move to Investigate the doings of the Steel Trust, and when we had named him us tho chairmun of tho investigating carried his plans, Congress committee. In this position ho met many of the giant minds of tho country ami tho to be had luccessful disclosures of the committee is the highest testimonial fitness of the man for the position he seeks. of the In this Investigation where millions were involved he bus proven his courage, skill, Integrity and matchless ability. u debater Mr. 'Stanley has proven that he Is the equal to any comer as his distinguished rival he has some good fighters and platorm orator. Like who will support his ruudidary here. men-tionin- J C W BECKHAM. Coal IB Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. most Interesting program for the Probably the most familiar name to the people of the state, of any public man.is that of J. C. W. Ileokham. When as Leutenant Governor by the death of the late Win. Goebel, he succeeded to the Governorship of the state. Mis adouccessful and so satisfied were the people that ministration was renm.-kablhe was renominated without any considerable opposition and relected. Governor Heckham fiom the beginning of his jiolitical career has exhibited remarkable courage In the advocacy of any measures he believed to be in the interest of the people, whether Hipular or unpopular at the time. Tho most marked accomplishment of his ollicial life has been the successful advocacy of the county unit measures, which as Governor he hud enacted into a law covering all counties except those that hud first, second und third class cltiei. Since his retire ment from the olllce of Governor he continued to advocate the measure and finally succeeded in having the bill extended to cover every county i the state. For this work in bolmlf of the tainperance euuso he suffered defeat after se. curing the nomination for U, S. Senator in the well remembered primary over Gov. McCreary, by a betrayal of four representatives elected to the legislature us democrats, brought ubout, it is charged by the whiskey trust. This is dee-l- y resented by many democrats and his manly conduct as u looser has added greatly to his opularity. He has many frienus in this countv who aresupport-in- g his candiducv. t I K Mr 3p Jpp "Hoosier" Special Cabinets. O-Cedar I m fjs The Store Beautiful. Polish Mops. Standard Sewing Machines Beds. Royal Royal Push Blue Button Baricalo Brass Chairs. Springs. Janeway& Victor Carpendars Victrolas. WallPaper Karpen's Leather Goods. Ostemoor Armstrong' Alexander Smith's Mattresses Lineleumns. Rugs Edison Brenlin B and B Phona- Window Specialties. graphs Shades. Globe- Roos E and N Cedar Wernicke Smts' Bookcases, Chests. putman's Organs. t& ISGm i fit IX Starr Pianos., Olive R. JfctL s w7l $$$$ I gf The Bright Spot in Lancaster. 4 I M ppewnter. IK Hurt and Anderson. HOTBED IS VERY IMPORTANT well-kepgood-sizecold-framhigh-price- I IK steamed. Clover Is not only highly nitrogenous, but rich in lime, a substance required by the hens for proBest Location Is on South Side of viding shells for tho eggs. Building for Protection ProAplde from the alfalfa there Is no vide Fall for Rains. other food that can take the place of clover. Ily allowing a ration of scald(By J. W. oniFFIN.) ed clover to hens they will keep In betTho hotbed Is a very important part laying condition and the product garden. It lengthens ter of eggs will be Increased. Where of a tion we may supply the Benson In .' 7 our tables with which vegetables. clover hay cannot be secured, bran Is William Pitt 01 V fresh a very good substitute, though not so A bed that Is 12 feet long and 6 rich In mineral matter. feet wide will accommodate four regulaVegetable food should be supplied r-sized sashes, 3x0 feet. In this the oar around, such as cabbage, po4S squares of space, bed we have tatoes, beets and turnips. which Is sufficient to grow tho plants garden. A garden, for a Attention to Horseshoes. three or four hotbeds and some Keep the horseshoes well tightened Is a good start toward sucon the hoofs now, as this Is the time cessful truck farming. The beet location for the hotbed Is nf vpar thev are most frequently lost Tbe cry Is for bogs. on the south side of the building, a i by being loosened In the mud or snow or because of long usage. They arc high, tight board fence, or one proto be lost, and, too Use only pure-bresires. tected by a heavy growth of evers. loose shoe injures the hoof greens 'for a wlndbrake. Turn tbe sheep In the orchard. The site should be a llttlo higher and is a hindrance to tho animal In than the surrounding surface so that travel. Scrub cows appear In every herd. good drainage may be secured. Make an excavation a little wider and a Record Broken At Frankfort s Excessive sweating In a horse little longer than the bed Is to be. weakness. The Inside dimensions for a bed 6 Unprepared for the emergency of n fet wide and 12 feet long will be in tl:e KenA pasture arranged to Include a few G feet 4 Inches wide, and 12 feet 4 flood, greater than any rise tucky River since 1884 , 200 families in shade trees Is 25 per cent, better. Inches long. The excavation should homes I be about 2 feet deep. The opening this city were driven from their If the potatoes are beginning to should be boarded up with stuff here Saturday night. In a steady sprout In the ground, dig them at for keeping out the mice and moles. downpour of rain with the water pushonce. Where possible, the beds should face ing its way into the principal streets southeast, or directly east. of the capital, many families were Exposure to dampness makes the . The back of the frame should be 16 forced to move their belongings, while wool harsh and brittle and the fiber Inches, and the front about 8 Inches other members of the household had to high. This gives sufficient fall for weak. through water up to their knees water from rains or snows to drain wade The growth and feeding value of off nicely, and the rays of sunshine to load the wagons. The water rose so rapidly that the the soy bean is quite like that of the will have better opportunity to get at residents along the river front were cowpea. small seedlings. the The preparation of the manure is caught like so many rats in a trap, and Get a die and stamp your initials not such a particular Job as Is gen- while there are no fatalities, thousand- -' on the cream or milk cans. Paint will erally supposed, but the simple prln- - of dollars' worth of property has been rub off In time. damaged and injured by the water and rain, broken in the rush to take it from m If you want a lasting cement use the flooded district. melted alum. It hardens at once and Every wagon, dray and car that water does not affect It. could be obtained was put into use but the aid of the not withstanding The pigs will eat up slick and cleai volunteers, was not help enough to save the corn and stalks of that field which Is soft and not fit to crib. the property from damage Mayor Polsgrove secured the use of the old Oil meal Is greatly relished by statehouse and announced that he would Hotbed Protected by High Board lambs, and helps greatly In obtaining throw open the school buildings, if Fence. a fine finish for the market. necessary. The chapel erected by the clple Involved Is not generally known. Baraca Class of the Baptist church has The work of lice is often mistaken The yeast fungus, when once Introfor disease. When a fowl seems to duced Into a manure-heasuitable to been thrown open and is a shelter and be ailing look for lice first. Its development, spreads rapidly, and a soup house of those who could not find soon has the whole mass In a state of a home. The development The goverment guage at 7 o'clock of the young heat. horse requires the exercise of the Horse manure Is the best, espe- reported the river stage to be thirty-fiv- e cially when the horse has been fed on best Judgment In handling him. feet and eight inches, the highest rich foods, such as grain, bran and in twenty-nin- e years, and a two foot, ollmeal. The bulk of the manure One advantage In keeping feed rise is expected, although the liver is d straw, that before poultry Is that they do should be No. not have to hurry to get their meals. which has served as bedding in tho falling at all points east of Lock stalls. Forest leaves, when mixed in 9, at Valley View. Winchester Sun. Fruit growing and poultry raising with straw, make a heat that Is most go well together. Anyone following powerful and lasting. Toung fruit trees that were planted The manure should be hauled dieither will do well to consider the rectly from the stalls to the beds, In the autumn of last year, or In the other. and piled In a conical heap, leaving It spring of this year, should be examined carefully. a harness punch? It costs only until fermentation has set up. Got Before fermentation becomes too a Quarter and with a. nnrVmrn n( The garden acre should be the best ascertained by the es- copper rivets breaks can be mended llvely' whlch caplng steam, the pile should be fork on the farm. Best prepared, best ferIn a Jiffy. ed over into another part of the tilized and best cared for. Then It will give the best returns. The silo today furnishes the most frame and left over until the escape 0' 8,,?m !" agal" ,n"t,c,eJ,bLe' the" U economical, the safest and the be. While the orchard Is coming Into per- tramped means of storing tbe corn crop for bearing try vegetable growing as a reciiy sono. feeding purpose. If the manure Is very hot, tho soil side line. This makes one of the sur"" should be put on at once, but If not, est and best sources of Income. Wheat bran Is an excellent feed the sash should be placed over the for dairy cows and calves, but at $30 manuro for a few days, until tho Chopped roots, fed along with the per ton or more, It is a little rich ; manure is well heated, then the soil grain, will make a valuable addition for most feeders. mi. nn to the ration, especially If winter Tbe bed should be watched, and as grazing or silage is not at hand. Although certain pessimists claim soon as the seeds of weeds which are that the dairy market will soon be In the soil begin to come up all over Keeping any machine well oiled overstocked, present prices give no In- the bed, It Is time to plant tbe garden and In proper repair not only lm dication of the sign. creases efficiency, but decreases the seed. Do not neglect the ventilation, as amount of power required to run the As a result of the activities of the the bed will get very warm on machine. reclamation bureau, 14,000 farms are sunny days, at which time the sash now being watered aud a million acres should be opened a Uttle at the top, Do not allow the cows to dry up are being put In crops. and bn careful that no direct draft during the latter part of the summer, reaches the tender plants. as this necessitates keeping them Cabbage will sometimes cure slob A covering of old carpet or matting through the winter, giving a smaller bcr In horse csukpH . v ontlmr uhitu is good to place over the saBh during How of milk than they should. n " "v I I rlriVfr lint t Id l.at.. i. cold nights, and during the day, when clover away from the horses. Land plaster has a very small perthere Is much sunshine. The frames should be closed before nightfall, es- centage of lime; lnp lime has the Try putting a plncb of copperas In pecially on cloudy afternoons, and largest percentage, and hydrated lime tbe watering trough once or twice they should have manure banked up next. Marl Is usually a little richer In lime than ground lime stone. a month. Better still, scrub out tbe around them during the cold spells. trough and spray thoroughly with a As soon as the plants are two or copperas solution. For tho last six months the bog three Inches tall, they should be transplanted to the cold frames feeder has but little more than brokwhich are not unlike tbe hotbeds, ex- - en even. If we are to Judge tbe fuThe Iowa experiment station h discovered that feeding mangles and celt 1,1 nt tliey nave no DOtton heat. ture by tbe past there Is a time comsugar beets to cows is dangerous, and are covered with muslin to keep ing soon when the hog feeder will mike good money. and If continued for any considerable off the chill and frost period will prove fatal. The peanut Is becoming more ImGreen Feeds Year Around. portant as a feed for stock, especialWill you feed the bogs In tbe mud Is nothing better than well Them this winter, or build a feeding floor! cured clover rowen or second growth ly In the southern states. The vines with the nuts attached are often which may cost 110 or 1100, accord- - clover hay, writes J. F. Schureman, lug to tbe size of your herd, but It United States department of agrlcul- - cured, and they niaku a palatable stQci,. ! ture. TbU should be cut uo fine and bay for all kinds of farm .will pay for Itsslf every lima. , .. NOTES TOM MEADOWBROOK lndl-atc- I p urine-soake- rf i . Bwion Hifk The man who takes no Interest In public schools, good roads, religion or Will Burton went down to lbanon politics Isn't even a satisfactory last week and purchased a car load, Atlanta Journal, consisting of 27 mules of Ed. O'Daniol, paying $100. er head for them; 24 of the number he shipped to Wilson N. C, HAVING BAD LUCK and the other three he brought to LanGARDEN WITH THE caster. He also bought a three galted horse of Mr. Muck in of Lebanon for stuff out "What's that In your back yard?" asked the caller, $250. curiously. Good Mile Sale. Her hostess glanced from tbe liMessrs Bright & Fox of Danville gar brary window Into a den and frowned. "Those, she In- lmught of J. N. Denny a pair of mules formed her guest tartly, "are per for $400., apalrof A. It. Denny for $480. ennlal sweet pinks." and C mules of Denny Bros, for $825. "Pinks T" echoed the visitor, who The mules wore 5 and C years old and lived In a suburb. were splcmhd work animals and placed "As I said, they aro pinks," repeatIn a gloomy voice. "If the finishing touch on a car load ol ed the hostess you don't believe me you can look extru high grade animals which the on the envelope tbe seeds came In. buyers were shipping south. They came two years ago, but I havo Election Of Directors. preserved the envelope In the drawer of the kitchen table for the specific The annual election of directors for purpose of convincing scoffers llko all three banks took place Tuesday. you." laughed. "Were they The National Bank and the Citizens The caller Bank their old hoard, while ever pink?" she Inquired. "They were not," said the other, The Garrard Bank and Trust Co. cut! passing a plato of spongo cake. "Hut. their list down from twenty five to nine and named the following; R. K. fo.?he matter of that, my sweet waB not sweet and my McRoberU, Alex Walker, T. J. Price, forgot to bloom and my climb- V. A. Lear, J. II. Dalton, W. It. Cook, ing verbena grew Into a bush." YV. H. Brown, F. B. Marksbury and "What a pity!" said the caller symhad J. E. Robinson. pathetically. "You must have uncommonly bad luck with your garTeoperence Evangelist. den. We raised all the vegetables we could eat this year." Dr. N. W. Tracy began a series of "Oh, we raised vegetables, too, but illustrated temperance lectures at the we couldn't eat them," said tbe hos- Court House last night and will contess. "You see, a vegetable garden tinue for ten nights. Dr. Tracy's adIs one of the Joys wo promised ourselves when we decided to Btay In dresses are beyond criticism, they are town this summer and save money humorous, sarcastic, eloquent and abI got out the old grocery checks for solutely unanswerable. There is not a last March and April and figured them phrase of the drink question that li" over and found that what we paid Joes not present and wc bespeak for for vegetables for those two montbf him an interest that will grow with was 12 per cent, of our entire tabli each succeeding meeting. expenses. So, of course, Edward and I estimated that by saving that 12 This Soaatb Good- per cent, all during tbe summer we Capt. Wm. Hrndan received from should have a lot of money to use In Hon. Edwin P. Morrow U. S. District some other way." "nut." objected the visitor, "does Attorney, a letter stating that he had that follow exactly? You know, vege- approved the abstract prepared by him tables are terribly high In March and as to the title of the lots selected by April, because so many of them are the U. S. government for the Post hothouse grown." city Office building and had forwardetl the "Oh, dear, yes," conceded the housekeeper, "but I couldn't find the abstract to the Attorney General at When approved by that grocery bills so far back as summer Washington. of last year and. anyway, there was office the deed will be executed and the no harm done, because tbe more you money paidj think you're saving the happier you Sbipton H. Estes Acquitted. feel about It." vegetables?" you planted "So Ship H. Estes, who in a fight with prompted tbe caller. Porter Wearen at the Farmers Tobacco "We did," answered her hostess. "We Warehouse in December, badly cut his hired a gardener at $2 a day to put adversary, was acquitted at his examinIn the seeds because we thought It would pay to have It done scientifical- ing trial Thursday. There were a numly. I found out afterward that the ber of witnesses anda clear case of was made out. Mr. Wearend.d gardener was a tinsmith out of a Job. The tinsmiths were having a strike, oi not get to the court house until the trial something, and he was a union roan, was nearly concluded and was not introso, not being able to tin, he took to duced as a witness. Wearen was cutii gardening to kill time. Possibly he the face and breast and for a while hi wanted to get near to nature, tlut condition was considered serious. Mr, I think he must have had an unsympathetic disposition and then well Estes was also cut on the hand. Both probably they were nonunion seeds, p ii ties are residents of Garrard county. because they came up a month later, Mr. Wearen had been in the Gibson Hos looking aa If they begrudged the ef- pital since he was wounded. Richmond Climax. fort." The visitor appeared scandalized at "Of coarse Let Ananias Lie In Peace, the other's Ignorance. One of the boys Is talking about dear." she said, suavely, "you must have realized that it was due to the casting a light on Jonah. Yes, let's cold weather that your seeds didn't change biblical characters for a while come up. You shouldn't have put and give poor, overworked Ananias a deserved and to be appreciated rest. them In until later." "We put our potatoes In later," said Milwaukee News. the hostess, "and they grew so that Edward and I felt sure they, at least, would repay ua for our trouble. watered tbem twice a day and they grew four feet high." She sighed. "Did they decay In tbe ground?" Of Land, Stock, Farming lapleaeies, Etc Inquired the suburbanite. As Agent of tho Heirs of Lucy "No, Indeed," said her hostess Montgomery I will sell at Public Auction "There was nothing to decay. We had company to luncheon one day on the premises four miles East of and I went out to our own potato Bryantsville on the waters of the patch to get some potatoes to bake. Kentucky River near Lock No. 8 on I was sure they must be ripe and TUESDAY. JANUARY 28, 1913. had planned a special treat. I pulled the following property to wit:-- up the stalks and dug a foot deep I About 127 acres of Rich Hill Land. and sifted the ground and I got Ave I Pair of horse mules 1G 2 hands high, potatoes the size of French peas." She well broken; Coming smiled ruefully. "And the cats at old harness mare, work anywhere; 1 our parsley," she added. 'Aged mare; broodmare, well "I'm so sorry!" murmured her horse colt; friend, with a superior smile, "but, broken; Coming Ally colt; 1 three. after all, I suppose one can't expect Coming short horn cow, Comlngg-yoar- . much from a city garden, You'll year-ol- d have to coma out to our little village old Bhort horn hulfvr, bu fresh In May; to live and then you can enjoy your 3 Sows and C ShoaU; 1 elder mill; 1 two- -' own gardon stuff." horse Sorghum mill; a few farming "I'm sure we should." assented tbe Implements; 75 lbs of corn in shuck and city dweller, politely, "but, ypu see, to nun.erous to mention, I've already resigned myself to buy I other things ing our vegetables. They seem so ' Terms will bo made known on day of cheap, now that I've tried raising sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. I Henry Montgomery, Agt, UUifs myself." W. B. Bays hac-beefuzzy-lookin- g wll-Haforget-me-nots se 1 Absolute Mossback. Class Sleek. atutr from to 5(, fat hogs from 5) to FARMER'S COLUMN peo txlnw Ihli hmdinc I" lot Itif riclo-liiih ol onr larmrr iiltrlbrr(. nd I. tor the tule ol .lock, (t.lli tut mcb tiling, on (arm the Urmir c.unul afToM In .cltrt llr. So notlcr will ! ecrtr,l oor (out r 7, stock hogs from from 5J to (!. Hurt, and will be nuljr In Ktroan, llrr ol cliatf r o Latin ol thr For Sale- - 12 BulT Cochin, yearling Phone 245. chickens. For I Sai.K: One good work mule Milton Ward, Lancaster, Ky. have 20 shocks of sorgham to sell. Noah Marsee. Lancaster, Ky. me nice Rose Comb For SaLK-SoBrown Leghorn Cockcrals. W. S. Embry. Lancaster, Ky. I have 14 mules to sell or will loan to rcsionsib!e parties. T. It. Robinson. The most liberal form pc'icy written can be had from Stults & Stults, Lancaster, Ky., Agents for the Continen- tal Insurance Co- - For sale. A good saddle stallion and black Jack. Both good b ecders. A. T. Traylor, Stanford. Ky. R. F. D. No. 4. Kor rent: My farm of 8fi acres for the year 1913. 20 acres to cultivate 20 acres in meadow balance in grass. Price Jas. G. Conn, Wilmore, Ky. or $375. J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster, Ky. three-year-ol- d 1 have 3G mules that will sell in pairs or any number to suit the purchaser. John C Robinson. Danville, Ky. tirement.; Cumberland Phone We want to make this the best coluMr. W. B. Burton bought of Ed O' mn in our paper for we are somewhat Help us by Daniel of Lebanon, Ky. 27 mare mules, of farmers that averaged 1100 oumls in weight, telling us of any thing you buy or sell for $225. a head, seven of Sam Mackin and by giving us any farm Item that Is at $190, and a saddle horse of same ol interest. party for $250, also one mule of B. F. The following was printed on the Hudson for $215; back of the menu I The tobacco growers are wearing n broad smile these days. Lady Dare, the great brood marr owned by W. O. Walker, Stanford. Ky,, and R. S. Scudder, of McKinney Ky., died recently. Lady Dn,e was perhaps the greatest producer of show horses in that section of the Stiite ami Messrs Walker and Scuikler had paid $800 for her last fall nt the sale of W. II. Murphy. She boys' corn clubs are doing n great deal of good along the lines of progressive farming. In one county in tho State the corn production this year has increased 10 r cent, over the previous yield. What can be done in one county can Ixt accomplished in other places. An increase of 5 er cent, in ench county would mean many thousands of dollars to the raisers. And the good results to the Iwys of the clubs is by no means a quantity to be neglected. The lioys get new ami useful ideas, they have something to stimulate them, something to look forward to, a laudable ambition to be gratified. The industrious, intelligent, honest loy. with a noble aim in life, is the hope of the land. lx--t us do all w can to enceurage and develop him. Aa soon as President-elec- t Wilson learned that an Iowa farmer intended to present him a fine cow as the successor of Pauline Wayne, the present White House cow, he knocked all plans in the head by issuing the statement that he will continue in force the same policy that he adopted when he became Governor of New Jersey no acceptance of gifts of any kind. From unofficial sources it i learnrd that Pauline Wayne is to be shipped to Mr. Taft'a home in Ohio upon his re- 9 our-selve- cards at the Farmers Public Sale W. B, Burton bought of Pipes Bros. banquet given recently nt the Phoenix 2 mules , price $390. 1 mare mule from hotel; FARMER BEN'S THEORY. same, $175. 3 mules of J. S. Jones $550. 2 horses of same party, for $325. one "I tell ye it's nonesense," said Farmer Hen, harness mare of I). G. Spoonatnore for "This farmin' by books and rules. $185. pair mules of Dr. J. A. Amon, $425. and a nice harness mare of Mr. And sendin' the boys to learn that stult Ben Ilainm and son, for $150. At the agricultural schools. We notice that our friend Mr. P. W. Rotation o' crops and analysis! Kay of Rowling Green has sold his Talk that to a young baboon I diamplon saddle stslion, My Major Dare But ye needn't be tellin yer science to Col. Paul Brown, of St. Louis, Mo., to me, for $C500. For I believe in the moon. This was none too high for that prince "If ye plant yer corn on the growin' f horse flesh and the "show me" state moon, when it comes low has a "show down" And put up the lines for crows, jo saddle stallions. You'll find it will bear, and yer wheat will, too, When in Lexington last week we If it's decent land where't grows. had the pleasure of a chat with Mat But iwtatoes now ore a dilferent thing, Cohen, who by the way has gotten up They want to grow down, that is quite a reputation as a lecturer. He plain; n us that he had accepted an told to speak to the Agricultural And don't you see you must plant for that the University of MissStudents When the moon is on the wane. "breeds of light horses." ouri, on the in plantin' and hoein' and hayin In the ofternoon he will speak before "So, time the farmers convention on "Educating It is well to have an eye Horse," while at night the Five Galted he will deliver a third address at a On the hang o' the moon yo know ye can tell If Mat can talk banquet of horsemen. A wet moon from a drv. Bryas well as he CBn ride, William J. And us to hayin', you wise ones know an will have to losk to his laurels. Art cuttin' yer grass too soon; The following sales took place at If you want it to send, just wait till u s rise, Stanford, Monday. And mow on the full o' the moon. liright and Fox bought of Wm. Brown, one ualr mules for $425. of Jim "And when all the harvest work is done, Yowell, 3 mules, for $530. And tho butcherin' times come D. F. Thompson bought of F. M. round. Gerhart Z head of tnoroughbred Shropshire ewes at $7.50 head and a Though yer hogs may be look in' the very best, brood mare for $150. And as fat- as hne-- are fnnnil., A. V. KavailttUgh sold a horse mule r, You will find yer pork all shriveled for $145. and shrunk About COO cattle on the market all When it comes to the table at noo- nselling at what seemed, tabulous pribes. M. K. Burton sold Frank Lawrence All fried to rags-- .if it wasn't killed At the right time of tho moon. 23 calves at $15. head, 47 steers to Fox With tho farmers' meetin's and Dudderur, $25 a head, and several small granges now, lota ranging from $10. to $25 a head. Folka can talk till nil is blue: Mr. G. C. Rose and Mrs. Belle Perkins But don't yo bo swallerln' all ye hear, buying 3(1 at un average of $35. each. J, E. Robinson bought 22 yearlings For then ain't mnr'n half nn'ft trua- They uro tryin' to inako me change at $22. a round. my ways, Adam Carenter sold 25 ewes for But I tell 'em I'm no such coon; $5, each. I shall keep right on in the safe old Best feeders sold from 5 to CJ a moon. pound, yearlings from 6 to 0, butcher invi-tatio- !f - a