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CENTRAL Are we to have a light on the water ' into is PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT O T71 I"1 OT3 IT J luJlli xj J JljAJ bection JMo. J V 4Z---. v - ' v v -- ; 1 I - i LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913. tower? NUUBKB sscscsssssssssssk S.-- See the Old Maid's transform blooming young girls. 3J ! 1 MDIFWfM A COMPLETE LINE OF Don't forget February "Ground Hog's day." 2nd. Last Saturday was the anniversary of the birth of Gen. Robert E. Lee. The sloppy weather has brought sidewalks vividly to our minds, we must have them this spring. Wheat is looking unusually pretty for this time of year, and we hear of none being ploughed up as yet. Camnitz Buys Store. A Conscientious Job We desire to convince you that you can leave your plumbing to us and rest assured of receh ingr a plumbing equipment installed the way jou want it and which will stay that v. ay. How will we do it? By. giving you a detailed specification fully covering the work to be done and e will guarantee all w ork to be done in accordance with the specification. A further assurance of lasting satisfactory equipment will be to hae us install 'tomfard" plumbing fixtures which are guaranteed by the- - manufacturers to give 5 or 2 years service ''according to grade), but w ill most likely give you many more ears serv ice. fl I :. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. J Many of the base ball fans and friends of Howard Camnitz will be glad to know that he has purchased a general merchandise store near Danville and will spend his vacation there. Fruit Scarce. AVERAGED OUU9 FOE Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. fr Anything You Want in Owing to high water in the past two weeks there has been a partial fruit famine in Lancaster, the merchants in the cities being unable tc secure fresh fruit from the south, and consequently unable to supply their country trade. Excellent Colored Woman Dies. 000 AT THE Tr I I y IT 1 I ' " l 1 $ Vffc Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. I ! Sarah Schooler and excellent colored woman died last Friday afternoon of cardiac asthma, and after an elaborate funeral Sunday afternoon, her remains were interied in the colored cemetery. Sarah for many years has been the cook ,of Mrs. U. D. Simpson, and Mr3 Simpson says she is at a loss as which way to turn to replace her. Amusing Comedy, The Old Maids Club. Tobac WAEEHOU! This in the face of the fact that there was much wet Tobacco in Evidence. After the wet Tobacco clears away, better prices than ever are confidently expected, Farmers are urged not to use undue haste in rushing their Tobacco to market, and to observe every precaution to keep it dry and in good condition. Bring Your Tobacco where you get a square deal and the best prices, to the I J I III LJ S V -- ' - n ( II I'm V 'I 9 CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster will be treated to one of the best and most amusing local talent shows ever given in our town next Tuesaay night. This play entitled "The Old Maids Club", is given under the auspices of the Womans Club and has been gotten up by Miss Sara Daniels of Paris, which should be unmistakable evidence of the fact that it will be good from start to finish. Miss Daniels is an artist in any role she assumes and she will be ably assisted by fourteen local amatuer artists. This attraction is full of fun from the rise of the curtain and w e predict that every one who possibly can will avail themselves of the opportunity to see it. AND ies Fa' Your Bills are past due, I need money to meet my obligation. Please come in and settle at once. Rella Arnold. eaa&m Danville To flREHOUSE. WALNUT STREET. 1iL-9acnax YOUR ACCOUNT DANVILLE, KY. Allen Hieatt, Secty. More Money For County Teachers. Miss Jennie Higgins asks us to state that another months salary due the For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, WagSerious Accident, ons and Harness. H. C. Bright, Prest. IS DUE. PLEASE CALL AND county teachers is readv for distribution Saturday. Anderson. Settle at I I ' F Once. need the money to meet my obligations V I S w H. T. LOGAN " '.lit L'atev4 . . ' S5i.V "'r' 'I ' X Sadie Russell Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Pattie Anderson died at the home of her mother on Richmond street in this city at 11 o'clock on the night of the 19th inst of typhoid fever, and after funeral services at the grave by Rev. Tinder the remains were placed at rest in the Lancaster cemetery at 4 o'clock on the following, Monday, afternoon. The death of the young lady was a particular sad one because of the fact that another sister, Miss Patsy, lies ill at the home of the same malady, and it was feared to tell her of the passing away of her sister, to whom she was devoted, for fear that it would materially injure her condition. Sadie Anderson was well known and extremely popular in Lancaster because of her cheerful disposition --and polite manner. She was 19 years of age and a student of the High School, and was a favorite with her class mates; even in the days of her extreme illness she would wave her hand to them from the window of her sick room when they would pass. Her illness was of short duration, the disease in its early stages assuming a malignant form, and all the care of a loving mother and sisters, the attendance of nurses and physicians were unavailing. The hand of affliction has indeed fallen heavily upon this good family, another sister. Miss Alberta, being at this time convalescent from a severe siege of the same disease. To the heartbroken mother, brother and sisters, the hearts of the entire community goes out in tenderest sympathy in their great affliction, and the sincere hope is voiced on all sides, and is1 heartily" joined in by the Record, that the sister who is yet so ill may be spared and may rapidly recover from v ', " , the illness. -'- Prominent Lincoln County Official Serously Injured and Companions Dangerously Hurt. Auto Completely De- molished. While returning from Lexington Wednesday night, where the Hon. W. S. Burch, county attorney of Lincoln county, and prominent attorney, accompanied by Mr. Tom Pence, hardware and implement merchant of Stanford, had been in the interest of Lincoln county concerning the purchase of road machinery, the auto in which they were riding driven by Mr. Walter Glover skidded and ran into a telephone pole on the road side completely demolishing it. Mr. Burch's injuric were very painful and serious and are probably fatal. His leg was broken between the knee and thigh and some internal injury received. Mr. Glover had his ankle broken and Mr. Pence considerably and painfully bruised The injured parties were removed to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington for treatment. The accident happened between Nicholasville and Camp Nelson in Jessamine county a few miles from Nicholasville. Skidding of the machine, and the driver thereby loosing control was the cause of the accident. Friends here expressed much regret of the unfortunate accident to the popular parties and hope that they all may soon recover oi the injuries Next Monday Court Day. W. J. e" EOMANS. - Groc eries STAPLE, FANCY, SELECT. i X e r 1 Meats Only The DflVrDSON & tviTii- Best. jI r Next Monday will be County Court day and a large crowd i3 expected in town. The farmers-arwell up with their work and if they hive anything to sell in the way of mules, cattle or hogs they are higher Ihan Was ever known and no doubtmany head, will be on tne market. e D0Y 'ft " ' t : r& yrs! $. i .vr:,4i,s 4'"Ju.'" " : - i. r jsnHrsjr-- U.V v" i&'V. ft. m:n: I" . H.jiis t-- ttt -- & mMC..:. v' .... .wx, ..raa?dBrrit.JK.i ., 'iT3V ?' iSWV'BiVA'; T" jfu. iwj -f; -- . cv i. r -- .a 7 i- - n- -. . f&x&m'feeii&sx Ji .fcuSa.wSEsJii'. i r .to.-.iWAJSfijw- .v tU. i - s " kwm-- t jAi. - w w V K, . Mf " . tj - ' d .iz-i- ' m.'- - ."-a:- v- jdT - Safe-v- f t- - LSK X -- V? ). . iv. Jt3ia ' - f- &x & ltt?k&l&te&t - t"swavf" r"- - e , j j '.- -. ,'. m$ jr; XZS-si- l 2?Z? &J?1 i -- !mm8aamaaaaaaaxm) t 8S mttm 4 ($jx$x54Xsssx i eMiWfflESS3saay.fti One more week will end our Great Reduction Sale on . LIST UAU i H t H H & Clothin ff 3jHq Ove rcoa ts 9 This sale has been an unusually successful one. We have about sold our entire winter stocK and our caseS are almost empty, and one more" weekT will find us ready to receive our immense SPRING STOCK of CLOTHING which is now freing Tailored for us. BIG OTJT $10.00 Suits NOW IILsT CLOTHING PRICES 512Nsr!,s Look at the following prices for NEW,CLEAN,STYLISH GOODS. $7.75 $8.75 $15kowSu1,s $11.75 $20.00 Suits NOW $14.75 Blacks, Blues and all staples as well as Fancy Goods go in this Sale. Let us fit you up in this last week cut price sale. H S H t H r W H tt g 0o4oa34SS5Si JAS. W. SMITH, House EWEaiKM3SiB In view of this common experience, we wonder why those who have money do not find investment at home. In the news columns of the Record almost every week has been seen an account of some sort of home enterprise seekMany have ing financial assistance. been made good investments heretofore, and others give promise. Each new business that is a success here makes us a better town and county and helps all business interest. The agri cultural interest of the county is building up rapidly. Financial aid is constantly sought to make better improv-men- ts on the farms. If those who have money for investment will only let it be known, every dollar will be sought with ample real estate security. Your money will be much safer invest ed or loaned at home. You will help yourself, your neighbor, your town and county and find it more profitable to in vest in home enterprises. Of I sslSSKSSSSSXSKS&MSSSSMSSK Quality WS9S9S9K?S9Ks:Wi:?:WIWJK The Central Record No Decision In Senatorial Muddle. Will Be Of Much Benefit. Well Known In Danville. Big Contract In Florida. swimming and skating, to say nothing of a dozen minor sports. Why don t It will be a source of gratification to Mr. Logan Smith one of Lancaster's When the District Committee of this Mr. John W. Walker, who is employsome of them try plowing, hoeing, incorporated. ed by a big pipe contracting firm of the many friends of Horace L. Walker, most popular young men, well known in district met in Stanford upon thecal) of digging, mauling, sawing and a dozen $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Akron O., for which Frank Lusk of who is attending law school in Louis- Danville's younger set, died in that Chairman Penny the meeting was other major sports. Hustonsville is manager, will leave ville, to know that he has secured a city yesterday after a rather brief ill- adjourned to last Friday at two o'clock. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. shortly for a point about forty miles position in the office of Judge Alex.. P. ness. He was a brother of Mr George ' Mr. J. I. Hamilton Garrard County'3 many Speculation is rife and of Tampa Fla., where his firm Humphrey, one of the leading attorneys Smith, local editor of the Record, and candidate was on hand at the appointed R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. predictions are made as to who are south has a large contract which will keep of Louisville, where he will be enabled James W. Smith, a leading clothinj. rime readyjfor a hearing before the going to knock the plums and fill the to pursue his studies through the day man. This young man was greatly re- committee under the contract between Entered at the Fost Office tn Lancaster, Ky., Cabinet him engaged in that locality for almost offices for the Presidentelect. its Secoud Class Mall Matter. to great advantage, and attend the law spected by everyone who knew him, him and Mr. C. R. Anderson, but only a year. positions, Collectorships and Postofhces and school at night. Horace graduates in and all deeply regret his death. Dan- a representative from Garrard Member Kentucky Pres3 Association are filled daily by the "knowing ones", ville Messenger. Chairman Penny were present with no June of this year. Tomlinson's Picture In Group. and but the fellow who can restrain his quorum of the Committee. Chairman Sunday's Courier Journal contained a appetite and wait until re is asked to Eighth District Publishers League. Automobile Line. Penny called the agreement off and the We Had Rather Be Shown. sit down at the pie counter, seems to group picture of Kentucky's Electoral Mr. John Simpson of Marksbury, canidates will now be required to go A Lincoln Ci unty man tells of a have about as much showing as the College, and at the extreme lower left Lancaster, Ky., January 24, 1913. Garrard county, was here yesterday before the people with their claims at ravenously hungry pie eater. Woodrow hand corner is the picture of our lot of stock being marooned on an the August primary. Wilson has civen it out to the "hungry townsmen. Hon. R. H. Tomlinson. We island during the recent high water, and told a reporter for The Messenger LanPleasant Call To Old Friend. horde" that those that take up his time will venture to say the likeness of no among which was a cow and young that the new automobile line from Rates For Political Announcements and attention now must not expect him truer democrat or one who has done calf, the stock including the cow finally caster to Lexington was proving a popOffices . . .$ 5.00 We paid "Bangs" Landram a call For Precinct and Citv to wait on them at the pie counter later more for the good of his party appear- plunged into the water and swam ular and paying investment. The car while in Danville last Monday. Bangs 10.00 or County Offices carries thirty passengers and is filled ashore, the calf sprang upon its moth on. Woodrow is a man of his own head ed than that of Mr. Tomlinson. 15.00 was so cordial, so hearty in his congratFor State and District Offices ers back and was taken safely to dry almost every day. He says the mail ulations, and we believe if lightning is going to 10 and gave us such a welcome, For Calls, per line between Lancaster and Another Bouquet. land. This story was "vouched for by carrier strike you he will let you know in time 10 For Cards, per line will buy a large car, and lively we felt like hanging up our socks and So be to run up your lightning rod. The Danville Messenger gives ex- - reputable citizens who witnessed it", times between the rival lines are look- staying until after Xmas. Louis Lam-draFor all publications in the interbut we are inclined to take it with a seated. pression to the following:- or expres- has filled the editorial chair for est of William S., Kenyon the brilliant ed for. R. L. Elkin, who recently be- grain of salt. "Mr. more than a quarter of a century and young senator from Iowa, is the author lloifoi individual views, per I A Harvard professor who caged a came business manager of the Lancas10 and champion of the bill to prohibit the all of these years he has moved with line Prominent Garrard Citizen. Confederate Pensions. 05 shipment of liquor into dry states. fishing worm and associated with it ter Record, has accepted the agency Obituaries, per line the times, and with a heart and mind valuable for an automobile. Mr. Curt A. Robinson of Garrard alwajs open to new impressions along I Prohibition has been to a large extent several weeks, gives out the Air. tlkin is a State Pension Commissioner w. J. information "the common angle worm great hustler, but if he can run a news Stone is busy sending out pension county, was in town this week, the the line of progress and for tha good a myth wherever aaoptea, since tne conWe are authorized to announce the paper and find time for anything else, certificates to the Confederate soldiers guest of his brother, Mr. Geo. B. Rob of the town in which he lived. You dry state is unable to protect itself can think". Now if this savant following candidates for Democratic n cititinues his intimacy with the animal we save saying his prayers, he will do and widows to whom pensions have been inson. He is one of the could rake through Kentucky with a against the mail order liquor business thought was not only brainless but more than any other poor fellow has granted. The certificates Nominations. zens of our neighboring county, having fire tooth comb and you could find no must be carried on in an adjoining wet state. long identified with farming inter more efficient, unselfish, humble editor and learns its language and ever accomplished." retained by the recipients, but the been As it is now the liquor trade laughs headless For State Senator. out a few interviews it will break Our good friend "Bangs" Landram vouchers after being properly executed ests, as well a3 taking time to put than the one occupying the editorial to scorn the laws of the states and gives up the fishing business. The fishing does not know that we can sell a Ford before a notary or some officer in some good and telling licks for the chair of that good and newsy paper, then criesout, "Prohibition is a failure" CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. one thing we always machine as quick as he can say his authorized to administer oaths, must be Democratic party. He is a son of that The Danville Messenger. bill passes worm is the Of Boyle County. If the Kenyon-Shephar- d thought we could take fishing with us prayers, which being true, won't seri- returned to the Commissioner who will grand old Kentucky gentlemen, the the trade will learn whether coneress could neither think, see, smell or ously interfere with our newspaper turn same over to the Auditor who will late Col. Benjamine F. Robinson. Dan- "Omnibus Bill" Carrying $5,000 ApproFor Representative. prohibition prohibits. Senator Root is that We would just like to ask the work. issue warrants on same payable by the ville Messenger. the chief opponent to the bill. He and taste. priation In Favor Of Lewis lanlearned gentleman one question; was JOHN M. FARRA. Treasurer on February 5th. others along with the liquor dealers And He Is A Temperate Man. worm a rtocKcasue nsmiig J. R. MOUNT. Contract Awarded. claim it is in defiance of the constitu mat nsning dram Passes Senate. worm;o Attracting Much Attention. The season is a little early for snakes tion. If that is true it is time the con ten members of the Eighth About The "Omnibus Bill", that big bill For County Judge. stitution was uemg cnuiigeu 11 uuuer There was unusual interest displayed District Publishers League responded The work on the water tower is that is the real live article, but the un that carries a varied lot of appropriausually warm weather for this season its'provisiotiS, it is possible for the CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. Young to the call of the popular secretary Mr. attracting much attention, and the men of the year may have driven them out tions, including southern war claims people of one state to nullify the legal- when the National Board of the JAMES A. BEAZLEY. Hutton to meet at the Phoenix Hotel at work 150 feet in the air, walking convened of their hibernating stage, anyway Mr. etc., has passed the Senate and now ly expressed will of the people in an Womans Christian Associaion for its first days session and Miss Jessie in Lexington on the 17th, to transact around on the narrow iron work with as Samuel Anderson, the hustling live goes to conference. However, the bill adjoining state. A cry should go up For Sheriff. any business that might come before much nonchalance as if on the ground, was shorn of all save two claims, one from all good people for State Rights. Woodrow Wilson, a daughter ot tne it, the most important however was are the subjects of much wonder and stock buyer who resides a few milos of which was for 5,000, due the late President-elec- t presided at the afterC. A. ROBINSON. One state has no more right to invade the letting of the contract for supplies. comment There is a consolation to out on the Fall Lick pike, and who bv Gen. W. J. Landram for salary as InASHBY ARNOLD. than one individual has the noon session. It seems the new Five paper houses had representatives them though in the fact that they are the way is a temperate man and an another state, ternal Collector W. L. LAWSON. right to infringe upon the personal lib- Presidents daughters enjoys "the things there all anxious to knock th3 coveted not compelled to listen to the usual honorable gentleman, tells a Record which is in favor of this district, and of Lewis Landram of W. S. CARRIER. of other men. The national gov- in life that are worth while and that plum. After all bids had been sub- amount of advice which is forthcoming man that he killed at his home last erties the Messenger. However, for "ways they will set the example not for fashion ernment should not fail in this matter mitted and carefully gone over by the from idle onlookers, as those who areob-servin- g week a snake of the "cow sucker" that are dark and tricks that are vain", For County Attorney. to keep faith with the state govern- - and folly but for philanthrophy, music committee appointed to award the conthe work confine themselves to variety which measured over six feet the U. S. Senate is well up with the tnpnr in thnt it has nrnmised each state and art, in which each one is said to be tract, was soon seen Louisterra firma, and their suggestions do not in length. it that the Heathen Chinee, and the bill may yet G. B. SWINEBROAD. the right toenactlaVs.soIongas it does J J" ted ville Paper Co. was the lowest bidder reach the ears of the aerial workmen. WALKER. be shorn of this appropriation. GREEN CLAY We A Splendid Concern' not interfere with the national laws, sincerely hope that it may go through Much interest was shown in the and was awarded to them for one year A Curiosity In This Country. Every farmer who markets his this time and that Lewis may get hi3 For Jailer. Prohibition cause by a crowded house instead of six months as was first The B. M. of the Record, Mr. R. L. tobacco at the Danville Warehouse money, and if the efforts of Senator W. In our farmers column we have Sunday night to hear Dr. Tracy. Lan thought. Those 'houses represented JACK ADAMS. made mention of Lester Bryan, the caster joins hands with Dr. Tracy in were, The Whitaker raper uo, Uhat- Elkin, has been bringing to the office speaks in the highest term of the O. Bradley can prove of any avail, it DAVE ROSS. champion corn grower of Kentucky, hoping that some day we can point to field and Woods, Deim and Wing Paper during the last week great quantities treatment received at the hands of the will go through, as he is doing his utand just before we go to press the sad our distilleries as the grave yards of Co, Butler of Chicago, and The Louis- of pecans, which he gave unstingly to management of that concern. Mr. H. most to have it passed. Sen. Bradley For Assessor. Vo An !) rQRt CtiwnvTaa1 rW C. Bright, the genial president of that is in no wise discouraged about the othnews of his tragic death by asphyxia- the liquor cause. We believe the day ville Paper Co. his generosity, we asked him where he ! warehouse exerts himself in behalf of er claims which were attached to the tion is announced from Washington. is not for distant when the "egg nog DAVE C. SANDERS. and in bill and has expressed his intention of He left Louisville at six o'clock Satur- will be nogless and the rye gone awry A Boquet To Our Correspondents was securing the nuts, and to our great uarrara county farmers, E. B. RAY. in Washing- and the mint bed made a pasture and day night and arrived surprise he informed us that they grew conseqnence the very best prices the fighting in conf rence to have them J. B. COLLIER. Hint To Our Subscribers. ton Sunday night about eight o'clock. the corkscrew hangeth high" to say at bis home. He claims to have at market affords is obtained by them. embraced in the bill. Many central W. L. HUFFMAN. He had printed instructions from the nothing of the punch bowl holding We would like for the subscribers of his house a pecan tree which is seven- Mr. Bright takes a very rosy view of Kentucky people have claims before department of agriculture to go to the carnations. For School Superintendant. The Central Record to look at our cor- ty five years old, and which it has been the future outlook of ths market during the Senate which have been embraced Ebbitt House, but he told a policeman respondents letters and then ask your- handed down to him by tradition, was the remainder of the season, and freely in this bill time and again, qply to be MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. predicts that tobacco if brought to his cut off of it, and each time Senator he preiered a rooming house and was In London, at public auction, one of self the question if you ever saw a bet- planted by his great grand-mothdirected to one, at which place he reg Robert Burns, razors sold for $100.00. ter corps of news gatherers. They are seventy five years ago, raised from a house dry and in good condition will Bradley has exerted every effort to For Magistrate. istered Sunday night shortly after The highest bidder must have been a faithful and painstaking, sparing no sprout produced by planting a pecan in bring as good, if not better prices than have them allowed, and we hope this time he may be successful. 1st District. eight o'clock: his body was found on bachelor for no married man would pay time or trouble in helping to make the a small box. The tree is now 75 feet have prevailed earlier in the season. the floor of his room Monday after- that mucn for a seam ripper, pencil Record what it desires to be-- a good high and measures 2$ feet in diameter, JOHN N. WHITE. Re- Custom House In Lancaster Approaching noon about three o'clock. county paper, telling first what is of and even at this late season of the year Sunday Crap Game Near Bryantsrille WALTON E. MOSS. sharpner or corn parer. There was every evidence he had SHIPTONH. ESTES. interest and what happens in "these has several bushels of nuts on it, even Nearer A Certainty Than Ever sults In Serious Shooting. awakened in the midst of sufflcation It's the Bull Moose does the crowing. Newspaper managers are after at least three bushels have alDAVIS SUTTON. parts". Before. having blown out the gas when ready been gathered. The nuts are of after At a settlement known as "Grimes-town- " 2nd District Wears the crown and struts and brags guided in a large measure by what he retired instead of turning it out Wants to boss the whole creation, their readers need and want. Some excellent quality and flavor. Mr. Elbelow Bryantsville on last SunFast upon the heels of the pleasing CHARLES C. BECKER. If we moralize on this sad ending of a But the Rooster hatches the "aigs". papersln New York, for instance, cat- kin would be glad to furnish seed to day a lively crap game was in progress. intelligence thatU. S. District Attorney TAYLOR T. BURDETT. life of promise, we would say it goes er to the "idle rich", some to the mid- anyone who would like to experiment The game was being participated in Edwin P. Morrow has placed his official LOGAN ISON. to prove that a boy must be taught by several negroes and a number of endorsement upon the title papers for Representative Harvey Helm has dle class and others to the very poorest in pecan growing. not only to work and the ways of the again enlightened and enlivened debate class. whites, among the latter being Oscar the lot for the propostd site for the country, but he must also know some- in Congress on the Army Bill in a Then there are newspapers that are Tariff On Hemp To Be Maintained If Efforts and William Graham, or Grimes, the federal building in Lancaster, cornea We have no way of knowing whethformer of Lancaster and the latter re- the news from Washington that the er or not the insinuations against the thing of the city, just as the city boy criticism of the efficiency of the army. strictly political, while others are proOf Rep. Cantrill Are Successful. somehibition or religious papers. Now we siding in the vicinity of Bryantsville. Senate Public Building Committee had former management of the American to be broad minded must know At the request of Kentucky hemp The Grahams are cousins and became decided to report favorably an appropri Fire Insurance Company are well found thing of the country. If Lester Bryan With breakfast bacon 30 cents a are going to cater first, to Garrard ed. This Is a newly organized concern had known more of the city lighting pound, the cow no longer has the County, all that is of interest to you in growers. Representative Campbell Can-tri- ll involved in a quarrel over some phase ation lor $o5,UUO for the erection of a tothe religious, social and political world will this week appear before the of the game, when Oscar seized a shot building upon that site. Mr. Morrow's with headquarters at Frankfort. Many appliance, he would have been alive monopoly on jumping over the moon. day. What all boys need, is a broad together each week from all over our Ways and Means Committee in an effort gun and emptied the contents into "O. K" does not settle the matter cf persons In this city and county have recounty, then the adjoining counties to have the tariff of $22.50 per ton on William's face, inflicting a very pain- the site, for there is such a possibility, cently purchased liberally of this stock. liberal education, moral, mental and The Record will exchange horns for now ful and probably dangerous wound. though it it is not probable, that the They will all feel much easier about physical. hammers, if you cant boost dont knock. and then the state and national news hemp maintained. Kentucky Oscar Graham was arrested charged government may not accept his opinion that is of vital interest produces one half of the hemp used, the the future of the Company since the Our motto will be, to print all sides remainder coming from Russia and Italy with the shooting on a warrant from as final. The favorable reporting of The perfect physical man has been control ,has passed now to the Beckham O'Rear faction. Everyone now feels disclosed to the world in the person of Old Maid's and Old Bachlars if you fairly in every matter and let the peo- and it is claimed that the present tariff Judge Ford's court, but was released the appropriation does not by any means It takes capital ratio is but fair. Eastern manufacturers on bond to await the result of the settle the matter of the appropriation; assured that the former errors, if any, James Tharpe, a 34 year old student at want to get married come to the Old ple be the judge. will be corrected as far as possible. the Carlisle Indian School. Tharpe is Maid's Club Tuesday night at Court though to run a newspaper. It requires will ask for a reduction, Mr. Cantrill wounds inflicted on William Graham. the item will simply be added as an a trained force to get them out.andwhat on behalf of the growers will ask no Warrants were also issued for the amendment to the House bill when it We are wishing that our neighbors a full blooded Indian from Oklahoma. House. youmay read in a short while has been a raise in the present duty, but only that other participants in the crap game, reaches the Senate and the entire matter may find profit in this and all like in- This summer, at the Olympic games Old And Respected Citizen Dead. numbering about a half dozen. relentless grind in the newspaper office the present tariff be maintained. will then have to be threshed out in vestments that they have made. But held in Stockholm, Sweden, he received Within the last year a determined conference, and this means it's" fate yet Kentucky formerly produced 75,000 they should know that unless future trophys from the Czar of Russia and Mr. William Reid and old and highly for a week. We can not pay the typeexperience radically differs from past, the King of Swoden and was hailed as respcted citizen of the county who setters, the devil and the pen pushers tons of hemp, but this has been reduced effort has been made by the officers to remains it the balance. However, the some may be prepared for disappoint- the greatest athlete of all times. An ac- resided with his son Mr. John Reid in and they in turn can not pay the butch- to 5,000 tons, the reduction being due put a stop to this Sunday carousing in appropriation will have two strong ment. Within our recollection many curate record of his physical proportions the Cartersville section, died last week er and the baker in thanks, so we hope to the fact that cheap fibre from Manilla this locality, and it was thought to be advocates to aid its totteringfootsteps, Look has taken the place of the better article. in a measure under control. A heavy Hon. Harvey Helm in the House and thousands of dollars have been put into have been made, which will be officially and his remains were taken to Hustons- a hint to the wise is sufficient all sorts of foreign schemes and invest- recognized by trainers as the standard of ville for interment Mr. Reid was held over your paper and if you think you There is nothing objectionable from a fine probably awaits all the participants Senator W. O. Bradley in the Senate, ments bylour capitalists. Not only do the development of the perfect man. in the highest esteem in the community are getting value received in news, pay democratic standpoint in the growers in the last Sunday's gambling as well and as we have great confidence in both thev Jreauentlv fail to have profit but We wish such men as this would do more in which he dwelt He was a relative us your subscription if you haven't al asking such a duty as would permit as the resulting difficulty, which will of these gentlemen, and feel that they those who are in a position to know in with their endurance, strenght and of Messrs J. G. and George Weather-for- ready done so, on the other hand if the equal competition, were they to ask a I doubtless inspire in them a more will spare no efforts in its behalf, we W. S. Drye and W. O. Speed of paper is not worth the money to you. duty that would prohibit competition, it j wholesome respect for the law than feel very much elated over the present forra us that the original sum invested speed and agility than play football, they have heretofore entertained. would smack of protection. notify us and we will discontinue it status of the affair. ever finds its way back home. baseball, basketball, handball, hookey, Hustonsville. seldom Nich-olasvii- le m best-know- fo ri V d, 1JS .VZJM"- r -, W& .V ... . 'js-tr- lZ ir "4 &C jr V j5. 1r- p. !s ". 2J&u -- !v Seetion No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. V- - THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Section No. NUMBER 2. LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913. 42. Have not been necessary this winter, consequently we are overstocked with COAL, and now offer Genuine Straight Creek COAL attSsScisX at 14c Per Bushel, Loaded On YourWagon, is BETTER than the BEST you ever used, and guaranteed by us. Take a look at our large stock of TIMOTHY, CLOVER, BLUE GRASS and ORCHARD GRASS SEEDS. Engage your Northern White Seed Oats from us. They are Clipped and Recleaned. Our Prices are right and we will save you money if engaged now. Phone 26. HUDSON & HUGHES, - Lancaster, Ky. i Z - i Commissioner's , oaie 01r iana. Garrard Circuit Court. Pauline Carter, Plaintiff. Public Sale! Ud.iw,iion As Executor of V. E. THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION Much Sickness Due To Bowel A doctor's first question Disorders. Amon, deceas- - vs David M. Carter, etal.. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered here in at 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 MONDAY. JANUARY 27th, 1913. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mpntioned in the pleadings ed as follows, to wit:- baid land is located in Garrard Lounty, and was purchased by J. is. Carter rrom Charley Haleomb and his wife Lena Haleomb and Sam Eaton and his wife Jennie Eaton, and is bounded on the north by the lands of D. L. Gabbard, on the West by the lands of said Gabbard, on the South by the lands of F. M. Carter's heirs and Isiaah Metcalf and on the East by the Haleomb land, and containing nine acres more or less and is known as the oil well tract. The purpose of the sale is to sell the land which is jointly held and owned by the parties and divide the proceeds between the parties entitled to receive the same. TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six percentinterest per annum from date until paid having the force and effect of ajudgmentupon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of Uakkard Circuit Court. the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold William Rutlege Adm'r. of Sallie Rut-Icg- e until all the purchase money is paid. Plaintiffs. &c- W. H. BROWN, VS Master Commissioner of the Garrard Defendants. Dovie Graham &c- Circuit Court. Pursuant to a judgement rendered L. L. Walker. Att'y. herein at 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 ., TUESDAY, FEB. 4th. at his late residence near Bryantsville, sell to the highest bidder all of the personal property consisting of the following: 1 harness mare; 2 yearling heifers; 2 short horn milk cows; 1 farm wagon, nearly new; 1 buggy; 1 phaeton; 1 cut3 sets buggy ting harrow; 1 harness; 1 set wagon harness, plow gear, hay frame; 100 barrels of corn, in crib; a lot of baled hay and oatstraw; some miscellaneous farming utensils; several stands of bees and household and kitchen furniture. All sums of $10 and under, cash in hand; ovc-- r that sum, a credit of six months with note with approved security bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. At the same time and place I will offer for sale, the farm consisting of 210 acres well improved and in a high state of cultivation. This farm will be offered on liberal terms as to payments, which will be made known on day of sale. J. A. AMON, Executor. W. T. King, Auctioneer. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. r C holera Posts W and Mr. Will Naylor has accepted a MONDAY, JANUARY 27th 1913 position as clerk in T. M. Scott's store. being the first day f of the Garrard it County Court term; the real estate Mr. and Mrs. Logan Duncan of mentioned in the pleadings and describ- Mercer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ed as follows, to wit:-I- n Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Buena Vista Turn- W. H. Duncan. Succeed when everything else fails. pike and dounded as follows Mr. 1. M. bcott and tamily were In nervous prostration and female Beginning at a stake in the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lane in weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. creek;- - thence N 89 E 51. 72 poles Nicholasville Sunday. said thence N to stake FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 84-- 2 a W 46.04in poles toline, white oak Dame Rumor speaks of several a STOMACH TROUBLE formerly, now a stump, near a spring;-thenc- e weddings soon, 1913 is doing well so far, it is the best medicine ever sold N 2 poles to a stake;- - thence W having succeeded Leap Year, over a druggist's counter. 2 poles to a branch;- - thence down the Miss Sophronia Fox who i3 teaching same with its meanders to the beginning, containing 17 1 acres. From at Polly's Bend was called home Friday acres is to be de- by the death of her cousin Mr. Logan this tract of 17 ducted about one acre being on the south side of the Bryantsville and Cane Smith. Run Turnpike road, it being all of the Much interest is being taken in this land of the above described tract lying part of Garrard in the movement for a on the south side of the pike. DOLLARS MILLIONS OF The purpose of the sale is to settle Consolidated School which we hope to the estate of Sallie Rutlege and divide have by next term. every year to poultry ana j.ck proceeds between the heirs at law, Last year thousands Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville pastor a.id the Darties entitled to receive Poultry Hogs at Brown's chapel filled his appointment same. were saved from cholera and other .x.nes Sunday morning but was unable to TERMS. during the hot weather by the use of conduct the evening services on account on a credit of The sale will be made . Durchaser will be of the illness of his son. six months and the vu required to execute bond with approved secuntv lor tne nurcnase price aue in six months bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, The Greatest Cbolsra Preventive Known having the force and effect of a judge Prevents and cure Will be paid to any person having th cholera but don't ment upon which execution may lssuej any put it off until they keel over. Give it to them navHhle to W. H. Brown. Master Com Quick-Reli- kind of pain or ache, if Shipp'i now routed with food ef Liniment falls to give missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court Instant the work it rejuUteabowels, disinjrs of the relief and the purchase price and a lien will be reserved upon the them, knocks infect cholera and other terras which get into the system property sold until all purchase money u uul iciunucu. irv it ana see. .. with the food or drink. ... .4 -Tt te Ika vnnr. 4 , .is paid. 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Rexall Orderlies are a positive, pleasant and safe remedy for constipation We and bowel disorders in general. are so certain of their remedial value that we promise to return the purchasBUCKEYE. er's money in every case when they fail to produce entire satisfaction. Mrs. N. H. Bogie is on the sick list Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy they act quietly and have a soothing, Mrs. Mary Burton is on the sick list. strengthening, healing influence on the Born to the wife of Mr. Walter East entire intestinal tract. They do not a boy January 12th. purge, gripe, cause nausea, flatulence, Born to the wife of Mr. William excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other annoying effect. They are especially Cotton a boy Januaiy 14th. good for children, weak persons or old Dr. J. S. Gilbert who has been suffolks. Two sizes, 25e. and 10c. Sold fering with tonsilitis is convalescent. only at our store The Rexall Store. R. Miss Jennie Dickerson of Richmond E. McRoberts & Son. is visiting her sister Mrs. George Ray. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert was "at home" to BUENA Y1STA a few of her friends Saturday evening. Mr. V. S. Evans remains quite ill. Miss Florence Grow of Hackley has Miss Myrtle Ruble was in Lancaster been visiting her aunt Mrs. Ed Chandler. Saturday. Dr. Perkins of Oklahoma was the Miss Nettie Ison is visiting relatives week guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert at M cCreary. Long. Several from here attended court at Mr. Willie Ray and family were Danville Monday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ray at John L. Christopher of Le xington Judson Sunday. was here last week. Miss Maud Scrivner has returned to Mrs. Will Scott was a shopper in her home in Madison after a visit to Harrodsburg Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Bogie. Mr. Will Scott lost a valuable calf Mr. and Mrs. Gailey of Madison from acute indigestion. have been recent visitors at the home Howard and Hugh Askins of Missouri of Mr. aud Mrs. Owen East. have been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whitaker and Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin children were the week guests of Mr. was a pleasant visitor here Sunday. and Mrs. Roy Sanders at Nina. ht "You never miss the water until the well goes dry." We have heard this remark, "there's nothing in the paper" still when it is unavoivably detained one day, we received calls, from all over the county wanting to know why they had'nt received their paper. Now we are here to publish home news first; the coming in and the going out of our town, the births, and deaths, the marriages, and any thing that happens of interest.UWe ask you to 'phone us anything you want published and if we don't get it then its your fault. i J.oyil. Mr. Daniel Ray and family visited Mrs. Eliza Ray Sunday. Mrs. Bell Snyder visited her brother Mr. Maurice Long Sunday. Mr. Less Harber of Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders. Mr. Hubert Carter spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin Malcum Teater. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mead Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Long Sunday. Little Miss Martha Marie Teater the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mead Teater is very sick. i Our Home Town Paper. Hogwallow News. (From The Denver Post) When the evenin' shade is f allin' at the endin' o' the day. Fit Smith is having his shoes remodAn a feller rests from labor, smokin' at eled, and will occupy them next week. his pipe o' clay, Ellick Hellwanger is fixing to celeThere's nothin' does him so much good, brate hi3 wooden wedding next weak be fortune up or down. with a quart of wood alcohol. As the little country paper from his Tobe Moseley'a mule is able to be Old Home Town. around again after being propped It tain't a thing of beauty and its print against a persimmon tree for several ain't always clean. days. But it straightens out his temper when Slim Pickens has received through a fellow's feeling mean. the mail a bottle of dandruff cure' and It takes the wrinkles off his face an' he is taking two spoonfulta after each brushes off the frown. meal. That little country paper from his Luke Mathewsla has a good hawg Old Home Town. pen for sale cheap. It would make a It tells of all the parties an' the balls gooa tront yard, and Luke may move hi3 house up behind it. on Pumpkin Row, 'Bout who spent Sunday with his Cricket Hicks has gone ud to Tick- girl, an' how the crops'll grow, ville to get an almanac, as he is on the An' how it keeps a feller posted 'bout program for a lot of original jokes at Rye Straw Saturday night. who's up an' who's down. That little country paper from his Bullets have been falling in HogwalOld Home Town. low for the past ten days. They are Now, I like to read the dailies an' the thought to be those Raz Barlow fired at the moon a few nights ago. story papers, too: Atlas Peck can't see why his left An' at times the yaller novels an' some shoe wears out so much quicker than other trash don't you? But when I want some read in' that'll his right, when his right one does just as much walking as his left. brush away a frown, Until times get better and the finanI want the1ittle country paper from my cial questions of the nation get settled Old Home Town. the Old Miser on Musket Ridge will live on two hickorynuts per day. HAHKSBUKI. Ed Sutton lost a valuable colt by death. W. T. Doolin sold to Victor Sanders a road mare for $165. Rev. Bell has been called to succeed Rev.Powell as pastor of Pleasant Grove church. Miss Mary Chesnut went to Lexington Sunday morning to visit the family of Mr. Jno. Woods. Rev. J. W. Mahan preachea a splendid sermon last Sunday morning on Sunday evening on "Tithing" "Oportunity". itters ;- 7-- te $100 REWARD --- 11 About all the farmers in this vicinity have delivered their crops of tobacco and they are well pleased with the high prices received. The following are a list who have been confined to their beds with colds. Mesdamts Eugenia Kemper, Ocie Kemper, Wm Blanks, Ed Clark and B. K. Swope of Sulphue Well. Mr. Victor Sanders and Miss Ida Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill and daugh- Marsee, Mr. Jim Marsee and Miss Effie ter and Mrs. Mattie Harvey were White went to Nicholasville one day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. last week and were united in marriage. The popular couples are now receiving A. C. Miles Sunday. many friends Em- congratulations of their Mrs. Steve Hill entertained the broidery Club Tuesday afternoon, de- of this place. lightful refreshments were served and Patently Green. quite a number enjoyed her hospitality. Old Hand (to new ticket seller at aa state fair) "Ever been on the wicket before in a crush?' New Hand MT. HEBRON Old Hand "Thought not." "Nope New Hand "Why not?"" Old Hand Mrs. J, B. Dean is victim of Gripp. "You" glvo change first, and tickets Mrs. W. B. Montgomery is suffering afterward." New Hand "What is the difference?" Old Hand "Hundreds ot from tonsilitis. dollars, my boy. No one ever passes E. F. Scott who has been very In and forgets his tickets." Judge. Mrs. ill is convalescent. Mr. Thomas Hicks is erecting a ten-neThe Newspaper Man. house on his farm near Bourne. Mr. Marion' Montgomery was in The newspaper man and slinger of meNicholasville Saturday night on business ter, Mrs. T. W. Thompson and daughter, Should be a sound sleeper and vigorous eater, Martha, who have been very sick are Add the learning of Paul to the fevor improving slowly. of Peter, " Miss Ovalee Montgomery of FrankGive all the news io every reader. lin Ind., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Of farms and alarms, Thomas Montgomery. , Of Zephyrs and heifers, and wife of Burgin Mr. J. R. Duncan Of card parties and hard parties, were with Mr. W. B. Montgomery and Describe houses as bowers of greenery week. family a part of last and flowers, The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. And work on one item for hours and Eason has been suffering intensely hours. with Jan abscess on the ear. Know the whole range of history, from Miss Anny Montgomery who has Wilson to Priam, been attending Normal School at RichKnow the news of all lands from mond returned home Saturday. New Brunswick to Siam, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery and Work like a dredge at a dollar per diem little son of Jessamine have been re- Love all lovely objects with no cash to cent guests of MrsjLurany Montgomery buy'em, Mr. Jas. Stone and family moved Such as roses and poses, Monday to the farm owned by Mr. And mountains aud fountains, Thomas McMillion near Locust Grove. And pictures and fixtures,, Mr. A. O. Montgomery moved Thurs- And gorgeous pavilions tor Laura, s and Lillian's, day to the farm of H. R. Montgomery I And a large bank account way up fn recently vacated by Mr Author I the millions. nt FletcherHenstep's hogs are being fattened and have been turned loose in the Musket Ridge corn patches. They all Prof. T. R. Bryan, head of the ex- wear lanterns as it is late before they tension department of the Kentucky get in at night. Experiment Station, has just returned Poke Easley has been puny this week from Washington where he has been with lumbago, and had to be excused for the past week conferring with from singing at the Dog Hill church authorities there in regard to adding Sunday, being too weak to carry a tune new men to the extension force. and lift his yoice. Probably at least seven new men will Isaac Hellwanger fell off of a foot-lo- g be added to help in the work of the while watching a panel of fence Kentucky farmers. float down Gander creek the other State girls, basket ball team won He says it dont pay to get over the Louisville High School girls morning. too interested in one thing. on the latter3 floor Friday night. The Yam Sims appeared in public last game was hard fought throughout State's girls won only by a score of 20, week with a new pair of pant3 and a to 19. This puts State in a good posi striped necktie. They have made a tion, by winning the first game, for wonderful change in his appearance, and until they were out he will rank the state championship. Director of athletics Coach E. R. among our best people. Sweetland has resigned that position The Dog Hill preacher will be surand the resignation has been accepted prised by his congregation next Sunday by Pres. H. S. Barker. Coach Sweet-lan- d morning when they give him a Christwill perhaps go to Purdue Univer- mas present, which they have already sity as football coach or to Columbus bought. The preacher is greatly sur Ohio, to take a position on the Hart- - prised every time his congregation man Stock Farm. He is now employ gives him anything. ed in defending T. F. Butler who has Sim Flinders has brought back with confessed his guilt in the burning of office on the night of him from the Calf Ribs neighborhood a Prof. Anderson's October 30, 1912. It is with the great- feather bed made of owl feathers. est friendship, love and admiration While coming home with it on his back that the faculty and student body see the other night it was so soft and Coach Sweetland leave. Every one downy he fell to sleep while walking feels that he has lost a true friend, not along the road. only a football coach but an instructor, Some miscreant, either through maladviser and a friend to all, a moral man ice or pure cussedness, crept into Hogwho stood behind every movement that wallow night before last while everytended to uplift the morality of State body was over to the Wild Onion school-hous- e, University. We only trust that he turned the post office around will gain in his new position, wherever with its hind end toward the front. that may be, as many friends as he left Tobe Mosely took his jug over to the here. sorghum mill early Tuesday morning Prof. T. W. Shannon, the greatest lecturer on the American platform, of last week after some molasses, and will lecture to the student body, facul- has not yet returned. No grave fears, ty and visitors in chapel Tuesday morn-in- g however, are entertained on account on Heredity. On this tour Prof, of his protracted absence, as sorghum Shannon has lectured to thirty Southern molasses run slow in cold weather. Colleges. Between now and June he A dawg fight attracted a lot of atwill travel over six thousand miles tention and broke up the conversation lecturing to eighty-thre- e colleges and at the Hog Ford moonshine sometimes lecturing three or four the other day. One of the dawgs betimes a day. An arrangement has longed to Poke Easley and the other to been made for Prof. Shannon to de- Jefferson Potlocks, and the difficulty liver a series of lectures that are of came up over some misunderstanding; vital importance to both sexes. between their owners. (By C. B. 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Judge Leavcll was county judge of Reeves county, of which Pecos is the county seat, and was a strong exponent of the cause of education. "Services in memory of Judge Jno. Y. Leavell were held in the auditorium of the public school, Monday morning. The address for the services was given by Rev. Hedgpcth. He talked to the children with such simplicity and tenderness as to give even the smallest child a wholesome conception of death. He compared life to school and death to graduation, telling them that because Judge Leavell had done his work well God allowed him to graduate. He explained that the best memorial to those we love is for us to live as they would have us live. So each child should, as Mr. Leavell did, do his work well, and think unselfishly of others. Miss Pruett rendered a beautiful and apprapriate solo. Then a motion to adopt resolutions of love and respect for Judge Leavell was made and unanimously carried. 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Three through daily trains to Florida, via Ouccn& Crescent Route Double daily through service to New Orleans, er tlec-trically CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Cowloj Hatiilist ORIGINATOR OF CHEYENNE REMEDIES COM INCUR Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N lighted equipment, including Pullman Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. & SCIE1CE S3PE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen : Crescent Route, or apply to H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 C. Alain St., Lctingtan. Ky. STANFORD. Mrs. Robert T. Bruce has had as her guest Mrs. W: L. Hockaday of Richmond, Ky. Mrs. M. S. Baughman who has been quite sick at her home near town is very much improved. Miss Sallie Elkin came over last week and organized a class in china painting She will have rooms at Mrs. T. W. Pennington's while here. ... g gMjgMflJl tMfrSJlirgJlirr&IIlTrgMrr s g Colorado Women Women In Ahead Politics Of Kentucky Only. Mrs Helen Ring Robinson and Mrs. Frances S. Lee, the two lone women in the Colorado Legislature, intend to wage an active fight for progressive legislation during the present session of the Legislature. They are backed Her up by the women of the State. are somr of the things they are fighting for: A mother's pension. Women inspectors in factories. Minimum wage. Law requiting health certificate to secure marriage license. Mrs. Robinson has for some years been identified with the progressive movement in Colorado. Two years ago she gained a reputation that extended beyond the borders of her State by the part she took in the fight for a pure water supply in Denver. She is a Denver lawyer and newspaper women. Mrs. Robinson is a member of the State Senate, Mrs. Lee is a member of the House of Representatives. Thus Colorado women are represented in both branches of the Legislature. Bring1 Your Tobacco To 1 Surely Banishes CATARRH Where there's catarrh there's thousands of catarrh germs. You can't get rid of catarrh unless you kill these germs. You can't kill them with stomach medicine or sprays because they can't get where germs are. You cae kill these germs with Booth's HYOMEI, a penetrating, antiseptic, balsamic air that you breathe a few times a day directly over the raw, sore, germ infested membrane. It does not contain morphine or any habit forming drug. For catarrh, croup, coughs, and colds. HYOMEI is sold on money back plan by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Complete outfit, $1.00. Extra bottles of Booth's HYOMEI if afterwards needed, only 50 cents. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. CoBmittee 'Election On Saturday. The Farmer. Friends and acquaintance will learn Goode with pleasure that Mr. Bowen When the trains pulls in and you grab who has been critically ill of blood your grip, poisoning is improving steadily. And the hackman's there with his frayed out whip, Mr. Robert Nave, whose home was at Braxton, Mercer county, died at And you call on your man and try to be gay, Rochester Minn., where he had gone for an operation. His body was And all you get is "nothing doing today". brought to Danville, where it was hurThen you're a salesman, ried on Tuesday afternoon. The deBy gad, you're a salesman. ceased was a brother of Mrs S, L. When you go into town and call on a Burdett of this place. man. An unusual crowd came to town Sat talk to you Bill, dont know when urday, the attraction being the election "Cant I can", The new You of County Committeemen. size up his looks, make a rough Committee met Monday and selected count, Mr. Walter O. Walker, formerly of Then presently he says "I feel down your County, their Chairman, and Mr. and out". R. M. Newland, Secretary. While a Then you know he's a town man, great deal of interest was manifested By gad, he's a town man. there seems to be no hard feeling. But as you travel along an everything's Mr. Penny has made a splendid Chairfine. man and his many friends are sorry to And you dont have to get up and get a see him retire, but are ready to fall in shine, with the new Committee and give them When you talk, and you smile and the the benefit of their experience. world looks bright, LANCASTER TORACCD WAREHOUSE Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. Direct Buyers. No fglMffgJlTrgril-SMirSIMirmii No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. e r We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. . The "Tobacco Show", conducted by And you dont have to order Mr. R. M. Newland, scheduled to be every blamed night. decided last Monday, County Court day. could not be finally decided until Saturday, because of Mr. A. W. King, of Danvilie, who was to act as judge was unable to be present on Monday. Mr. King came over Saturday and out of the exceedingly good lot of tobacco on display selected as the three best xhibits those sent by the following gentlemen. Glass and Mullins, of Bryantsville, first prize, $15. in gold. Mr. J. L. Grubbs, of Hustonsville, second prize, $7.50, in gold. Mr. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, third prize, $2.50. The growers took a great deal of interest in the display and showed their apprrciation of Mr. Newlands efforts on their behalf by taking part in the show By gad, beefsteak Then your're a country man. you're a country man. Cost of Foundation. d KENTUCKY TRANSPORTATION . tion stock of iure-breanimals, but it costs no more after that to raise them. A pile of coal ashes and salt will keep the hogs close to any spot where it lies. It costs more to procure the founda- Every farmer should hare a small wheel seeder and a small wheel garden hoe. After a day's work clean the work horses thoroughly, wash their legs from the knees down and rub dry. Between Lancaster, Bryantsville, Camp Nelson, and Nicholasville, Connecting with Interurban Traction Cars For Lexington, Paris, Versailles and Frankfort. Auto Car Line. READ DOWN. READ UP. Distance .0 1.5 Little Interest And County. No Contest In The Committee Fails To A bevy of charming Old Maids at Raise horses for big money, cattle the Court House, Tuesday night. Come for sure money and hogs for quick ye Bachelors and Widowers and get money. Is an old saying, and a good spliced for the small sum of 25, 35 and one. 50cts. A ill S Fare Time DAILY. Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Time 6.00 p. m 5.55 p. m 5.46 p. m Fare $1.00 7.45 a m. 95 7.53 a m 90 8.00 a m. 85 8.03 Meet And Elect Last Saturday was the appointed time for the election of precinct Committeemen. The oldest democrats do not remember a time when so little interest was taken here in the making of the party organization. There was no meeting held and no election in East Bryantsville precinct, and in several others only two or three democrats were present. The lack of interest is attributed to the fact that the new compulsory primay law largely relieves the committee of its authority over elections and destroys its power. Another reason assigned for the lack of interest is the harmony that exists in the party, there being no frictions now striving for supremacy in the organization. So little interest has been taken that the duly elected committee failed, as required by the rules of the party, to meet'on last Monday and select a chairman. The committee will probably meet at an early date by mutual consent and "nominate a chairman. The following democrats were elected as the committee: Court House, Loyd Bourne, East Park. W. H. West Park, James Brown, Clark, Jr. West Bryantsville, Clarence Rubles. Buckeye J. O.JBogie, Walkers School House, Joe Ross, Union, Ebb Scott, Paint Lick, E. L. Woods, The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, L H Brown G Y Conn m POSTED than there was feed. Now there Is feed for more stock than can be found. In building a wire fence for hogs put one barbed wire at the bottom and the worst rooter In the pasture won't root out. Don't be afraid to apply lime to the cabbages with a blow gun. It will destroy the worms on the head of the cabbage. air-slak- year ago there was more stock Lv Lancaster. Lv Sutton Lv Lear Lv Arnold Lv Robinson Lv Marksbury Lv Fork Church Lv Camp Dick Robinson. Lv Bryantsville Lv Ison Lv x .05 .15 .15 .20 30 3.9 45 80 8.07 80 8.10 80 8.12 75 8.17 65 8.25 60 8.32 50 8.38 40 8.45 a m. a m. a m. a m. a m. a m. am m. Ar 5.42 p. m 5 36 p. m 5.32 p. m 5.30 p. m 5.22 p. m 5.10 p. m 5.04 p. m 4.54 p. m 4.45 p. m 4.35 p. m 4.30 p. m 4.25 p. m 4.19 p. m 4.15 p. m 4.09 p. m -- 5.0 5.4 75 .20 .20- 9.0 10.5 12 0 oor s Red raspberries do not JhrtTe tn the west as well as we could wish. They Beem to like a molster, cooler climate better. They are also more likely to winter-kil- l in the west than the black varieties. a m, 14.0 16.0 17.0 17.8 18.2 30,8.55 25 9.05 Jn a m. a m. Lv Camp Nelson Lv National Cemetary... Lv Fitch Lv Lv Lv Woods IT 3111 C 259.10 a m. 20 9.15 a m. ,,,. T A The best care for a case of roup is the ax. Better lose the Individual bird than endanger the entire flock. If we nip the slight colds in the bud, we need not fear the appearance of roup. The dairyman may have plenty of chorea to do, but he is getting an Income every day in the year. He isn't like the exclusive grain raiser, a millionaire three months in the year and a pauper the rest of the time. Although summer will soon be over there still remain SO days In which summer heat will at times prevail. While this weather continues remember that the hotter the water the cleaner the milk talng can be kept j 209.19 a m. -- 19.0 20.8 22.0 Lv Vineyard Hoover. 10,9 22 9.30 a m. a m. Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar .35 .40 .50 .60 .70 .75 .75 .80 .80 ."90 Ar Nicholasville Lv 4.04 p. m .$1.00 INTERURBAN. 25 9.45 J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. . W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. a.m .0 Lv Nicholasville . 12.2 Ar Lv 4.00 p.m. 3.25 p.m. 25 10.20 a.m Ar Lexington... . Q. H. Thomas, Mgr. v Lancaster, Ky. r"r,..-- J i .- - " u U&&&&XJ$$&&&&3&& ht ' ji s g iry a sa.UK ui uui 4TB,r?r&!! Sisia KBfgira. "y Jt JS j, . 119 tfJzttift&$i& kn3 R 7J a a PPROVES RULES JOB. PARCEL T ? POST - aim C.X .' ra imwubf an K.' ChV) "J I tstr l Vfe4il4 - - V Its always good, clean and wholesome. r y I Postmaster General Issues Reg- ulations Governing System. WHAT MAY BE SENT BY MAIL Gives American People Opportunity We sell the GOAL at lowest prices. Try a load. Send Farm and Factory Products by Mall From and to Any Point In United States. to i - r c i KA Postmaster General Hitchcock has Just approved the regulations which cover in detail the articles which may or may not be sent by parcel post. These regulations are now being turned off at the government printing Office on a "rush order" and they will be distributed as rapidly as possible. The rules as to what can be sent and what cannot be sent and the inmall-abl- e the ui&u&!z?i',?&am?si structions for with preparation of adarticles other "official K vice" aro given here as they have just been prepared by the postoffice deask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me When I partment in Washington. I used to go to school with you" because The minimum rate will be five cents I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same for the first pound and three cents for church." each additional pound to any point not; I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party alUliations are exceeding fifty miles from the office of the same." ., mailing; the local rate, which Is five I do not say. "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency cents for the first pound and one cent But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business A with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same for additional pound, applies to all parcels the delivery of which does not I price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. Involve their transportation on rall- IP. The rates Increase for i way lines. Lancaster, Kentucky. Office Citizen National Bank. each successive one of the eight zones, the maximum rate being twelve cents a pound, which will carry a parcel across the continent or to any of our possessions. Parcels will be limited to eleven pounds in weight and six feet In length and girth combined. Mailable Perishable Articles. Butter, lard and perishable articles such as fish, fresh meats, dressed fowls, vegetables, fruits, berries and articles of a similar nature that decay quickly, when so packed or wrapped as to prevent damage to other mall Enjoy the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is matter, will be accepted for local delivery either at the office of mailing or on any rural route starting therefrom the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. When inclosed In an inner cover and a strong outer cover of wood, metal, heavy corrugated pasteboard or other suitable material and wrapped escape eo that nothing can from the package, they will be accepted for mailing to any offices within the first zone or within a radius of BO miles. Butter, lard, or any greasy Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports or oily substance intended for delivery at offices beyond the first zone as well as general news. The Heralds special features make must bo suitably packed. Vegetables among Louisville newspapers. it and fruit that do not decay quickly will be accepted for mailing to any Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful zone if packed so as to prevent damage to other mail matter. Eggs will be articles which are now running seiially in The Herald accepted for local delivery when securely packed in a basket or other entitled container. Eggs will be accepted for mailing regardless of distance when each egg is wrapped separately and packed In a container. There Is no restriction on salted, dried, smoked or cured meats and other meat products, but fresh meat In any form will be transported only first zone. Back number of these articles free on request to all who subscribe now. within the containing perishable artiParcels cles must be marked "PERISHABLE," and articles likely to spoil within the time reasonably required for transportation and delivery will not be accepted for mailing. Manufactured Articles. and Manufacturers or dealers intending to transmit articles In considerable quantities are asked to Bubmit to the postmaster for approval a specimen parcel showing the manner of packing. When sharp pointed instruments are one year for Both by mail for offered for mailing, the points must be capped or encased. Blades must bo remain No Subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mail- bound so that they will wittirn attached to each other or their handles or sockets. ed to any town or city where that paper is delivered In'- - Powders, pepper, snuff, or other similar powders not explosive, or any similar pulverized dry substance, not by carrier. poisonous, may be sent when inclosed In cases made of metal, wood or other material to render Impossible the escape of any of the contents. Flour of all kinds must be put up in such manner as to prevent the package breaking or the flour being scattered $ in the malls. SILAS SHELBURNE, President. Queen Bees and Stock. 4 H. M. BOSWORTH, J Queen bees, live Nurseryand dried Isects, C. BOSWORTH, General Manager. 2 J. reptiles may be mailed in accordance E. H. DOAK, Treasurer. $ with the regulations that now apply to X other classes of mail. Seeds of fruit, nursery stock, and all other plant products for preparation may be mailed under the same conditions. Confectionery and Soap. Candies, confectionery, yeast cakes, soap in hard cakes, etc., must be inclosed in boxes and so wrapped as to prevent injury to other mall matter. Sealed original packages of proprietary articles, such as soaps, tobacco, pills, tablets, etc., put up in fixed quantities by the manufacturer, and not in themselves unmailable, will F be accepted for mailing when properly wrapped. Millinery. Fragile articles, such as millinery, INCORPORATED. toys, musical instruments, etc., and articles consisting wholly or in part of glass, or contained in glass, must be securely packed and the parcel stamped or labeled "FRAGILE." Warehouse No. 1, Cor. S. Broadway and Unmailable Matter. Pine Street, The following matter la declared unmailable by law: Warehouse No. 2, Chair Avenue. Matter manifestly obscene, lewd, or Both Phones lascivious; articles intended for preLEXINGTON, KY. venting conception; articles Intended Shel-burn- Garrard Milling 60. MY SELLING POIINT. J R. Frisbie, sa The 6 aiSy Louisvi NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS. pre-emine- nt On Board The Kaorl Ship Earth. The Daily Louisville Herald The Central Record outside cover or wrapper of which bears and delineation or language of a libelous, scurrilous, defamatory, or threatening character. All such matter, when deposited in a post office or lound In "tfie" malls, "sVaIl"be withdrawn and sent to the divisions of dead letters. Intoxicants, Poisons and Inflammable . Materials. Spirituous, vinous, malted, fermented, or other Intoxicating liquors of any kind; poisons of every kind, and arti cles and compositions containing poison, ponsonous animals, Insects nd reptiles; explosives of every kind; Inflammable materials (which are held to include matches, kerosene oil, gasoline, naphtha, benzine, turpentine, denatured alcohol, etc.), infernal ma chines, and mechanical, chemical or other devices or compositions which may ignite of explode; disease germs or scabs, and other natural or artificial articles, compositions or materials of whatever kind which may kill, or in any wise Injure another or damage the mall or other property. Pistols, Animals and Birds. Pistols or revolvers, whether In detached parts or otherwise; live or dead (and not stuffed) animals, birds, or poultry, except as elsewhere provided; raw hides or pelts, guano, or any article having a bad odor will not be admitted to the mails. Treatment of Undellverable Parcels. Perishable matter will be delivered as promptly as possible, but If such matter can not be delivered and becomes offensive and Injurious to health, postmasters may destroy it, or the injurious or offensive portions thereof. perishable Undellverable matter which in its nature does not become offensive or injurious to health may be delivered by postmasters to the proper local municipal authority to be distributed to hospitals, asylums or other charitable or reformatory institutions. If there is no such municipal authority, the matter may be delivered to any charitable institution or organization making application therefor. If no application is made, the matter will be destroyed at the expiration of two weeks. Parcels Improperly Packed. Postmasters will refuse to receive for mailing parcels not properly indorsed or packed for safe shipment. When parcels on which the postage is wholly unpaid or insufficiently prepaid is deposited for local delivery and the sender is unknown, notice of detention need not be sent but such matter will be delivered and the deficient postage collected from the addressee by the carrier. If the addressee refuses to pay the postage the matter will be sent to the Division of Dead Letters. Insurance on Parcels. A mailable parcel on which the postage is fully prepaid may be insured against loss in an amount equivalent to its actual value, but not to exceed ?50, on payment of a fee of ten cents in parcel post stamps, sucb stamps to be affixed. When a parcel Is Insured, the sender will be given a receipt showing the office and date of mailing and number of the parcel. When a return receipt Is desired by the sender of an Insured parcel tho postmaster at the mailing office will note the request on the margin of the Insurance tag, and tho postmaster at the office of address will obtain from the addressee a receipt and mail it to the sender. The liability for indemnity shall cease when delivery has been effected. or imrrwral purposes; all" matter otherwise mailable, by law, the for indecent z "W &asraE !' 08 I 5aL Ift 1 1 M (M U Jmteml. 1. HUE ! - mm - HARM IN CROWDING THE HEN Doctors Of Dental Surgery have formed a partnership for the practice of 1 B:nj if. I Wr DENTISTRY Results Given of Interesting Experiments Made at Maine Station Must Have Rootit. The Maine experiment station recently finished a test to ascertain the number of hens most profitable to keep in pens. All the pens were 10 by 10 feet, giving 1G0 square feet. The hens were Brahmas and Plymouth Rocks, and theso tests continued sis months. The hens were fifteen, twenty, twenty-fivand thirty to a pen. The e Their offices will be located in the Stormes Building over Hurt & Anderson's Store. P. S. Having changed the form of my practice, those owing me will please come in and settle their ac- Very Respectfully, M. K. DENNY. counts' 5? Courier For Barred Plymouth Rocks. conditions and hens wcro as much r;like as possible to make the test a conclusive one. The pen with fifteen hens made a profit of 80 cents per hen, and the eggs laid numbered 976. The pen with twenty hens made a -howlng of 1.20S eggs for the pen and a profit of 71 cents per hen. The pen with twenty-fivhens made i laying record of 1,328 eggs and a profit of 35 cents per hen. The pen with thirty hens had an egg production of 1,200 and a profit of 30 cents for ecah hen. The experiment shows distinctly that hens can bo so crowded us to reduce tho profit of an egg farm. Tho eggs per difference of twenty-fiv- e lien for six months Is gieat On the basis of fifteen to the pen the profits of the total ninety hens were $72; on a basis of thirty to the pen the profits wero $33. In each case the actual cost of feed was deducted. e ourna 3Q13 You can not keep posted on cur- rent events unless you read the COURIER JOURNAL (Loursville Ky HENRY WATTERON. Editor.) A Democrtsc President FOR FUMIGATION OF FOWLS New York Man Designs Coop Especially Adapted for Removing All Injurious Vermin on Bird. Has been elected, and an era of Prosperity has set in. You can get For the fumigating of fowls, to remove the vermin which are so injurious, a Xew York man has designed an effective apparatus. In a coop, specially made are guide rails and between these rails the chicken is placed, with ite Tvings spread out over bars that WeeklyCourier Journal And $2.75 Vice-Preside- I The New Silas burne HOUSE TOBACCO WARE Ls MPANY INDEPENDENT. 933. X J e If you do not think The New Silas 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. Forwarding of Parceli. Parcels may be remalled or forwarded on the payment of additional postage at the rate which would be chargeable If they were originally mailed at the forwarding office. In which case the necessary stamps will be affixed by the forwarding postmaster. Payment must be made every time the parcel is forwarded. Preparation for Mailing. Parcels must be prepared for mailing in such manner that the contents can bo easily examined. A parcel will not be accepted for mailing unless It bears the name and address of the sender preceded by the word "From." In addition to the name and address of the sender, which is required, it will be permissible to write or print on the covering of a parcel, or on a tag or label attached to It, the occupation of the sender, and to Indicate In a small space by means of marks, letters, numbers, names or other brief description, the character of the parcel, but ample space must be left on the address side far the full address In legible characters and for the necessary postage stamps. Inscriptions such as "Merry Christmas," "Please do not open until Christmas," "Happy New Year," "With best wishes," and the like, may be placed on the covering of the parcel In such manner as not to interfere with the address. Distinctive Stamps. The law requires that the postage on all matter must be prepaid by distinctive parcel post stamps affixed. Postmasters cannot receive for mail-- , Ing parcels that do not bear such, stamps. Parcel post stamps are not valid for the payment of postage on matter of the first, second, and third classes, and when used for that purpose, the matter to which they are affixed shall be treated as "Held for postage." Maps and Guides. Parcel post maps, with accompanying guides, are to be sold to the public at their cost, 75 cents, through the chief clerk of the post office departmaps ordering care ment. In should be taken to specify the post office from which the postage rates are to be determined. Sheep are almost essential In maintaining the fertility and cleanliness of the land. Selling all the hay and grain raised on the farm Is a sure method of sell-- , lng the farm. Ewes that are broad and long will make good mothers and produce vigorous offspring. - n CENTRAL RECORD. Both One Year For Regular price of Weekly Fowl Fumlgator. Courier-Journ- al $1.50. $1.00 with this a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal run alongside. Near the top of the coop Is a hole for the fowl's head, so that she need not breathe the poisonous atmosphere. A key Is turned and the fumes rush Into the coop and penetrate the bird's feathers, killing off all lice and other Insects. Little chicks can also be fumigated In this device by being placed In a basket that hangs abovo the place designed for the old fowl. in combination paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. E. C. Million, President. T. J. Curtis, Vice President. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Secty. E. Deatherage, Treas i Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. RICHMOND, Incorporated. KENTUCKY. I Near L. & A. Depot. C. Million. Capital $33,000.00 T. Telephone 66. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS-- E. J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. Vaught. T. J. Smith. J. M. Haden. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The best lighted and equipped warehouse in Kentucky. daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco. Capacity 300,000-pounNo danger of damage. Financial responsibily ds Guarantee Sales Every Day. Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade HOUSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Prepare a plot for alfalfa. Prune grape vines in the fall. Keep all refuse out of the garden. Kindness beats gruffness In getting work out of horses. If you find an extra good pumpkin or squash be sure to save the seeds. Stalls for Telephone us G6 we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. us where you have your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to control sale as to time plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you can better Electric prizing power. much We are getting prices that please the farmer. We expect to continue to get just as SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYfor your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. A and price. BODY. We Guarantee Satisfaction We Are Absolutely iH II I B33SM3ttSSS3yCKgmS3 Equal parts of corn and oats are Creamery butter has an advantage hard to excel, at a grain feed for over all the other kinds because of Its ' heep. ' .greater uniformity. ' Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. r t . tw.fc i ,. .x. .. ;-- r&? f MiTT7i.rrr -- us i f r idinTrMaaBfigii TRY SOLACE AT -- riMtMhMMMt OUR. EXPENSE QUESTION CLEARED. minium; ' UP. .1 Deabt The Prospects For A Tobacco Market In Lancaster And The Advantages To Be Derived Therefrom. CARDS. A. M. BOURNE Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. thai Lancaster Readers Can No Lwger The Evidence. From casual observation the Record that there is more than one movement on foot for SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi the establishing of a loose leaf market cal discovery of three German Scienfor the handling of the tobacco crops I tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals nfmS mmmmJUrJ of the future in Garrard county, and and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to JJllT we have hope of their success. It is a take, and will not affect the weakest lor .czema. well known fact that with the estab Prices Right, stomach. Good Service. R. E. McRoberts & Son. lishing of one house of this description Jt 's guaranteed under the Pure Food Phone 354-another almost invariably springs into and Drugs Law t0 be absolutelv free ESSENTIAL FOR DRAFT HORSE Lancaster, - - Kentucky. from opiate3 or harmful drUK3 of any existence, and this is eminently better m firpi Rkr&&i0imm i M&m nHJ EfTf:Q? for all concerned, as it establishes a Important That Animal 8hould Walk description ,rH lively competition. We are heartily in every D. SOLACE is a pure specific in W Four Mile an Hour With Load favor of a loose leaf market, regardway, and has been proven beyond quesand Without Tiring. ? Pontius.) (Successor to Dr. R. L. less of the manner in which it is orga tion to be the surest and quickest remnized, but we are inclined to the belief hard A draft horse does most of his edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to that the larger the number of the work at the walking gait. It is theremedical science, no matter how long stockholders and the more widely are fore important that he should be able standing. It reaches and removes the they scattered throughout the county, to walk fast without tiring. He should root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and an hour Office at Raineys Livery Stable. the more successful will the venture be able to walk four miles deformed purifies the blood. with a load. If his feet are prove. Every man interested financi- in any way, whether it be by disease Is. -- -- THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek Kentucky wwr Lancaster. Br- -' . ally in the institution is as a matter of or hereditary, he cannot do his best are the Sole U. S. Agents and have course interested in the success of the work. thousands of voluntary testimonial letComposed of Roots, Herbs, concern, and if the stock is scattered The soles of the feet should turn ters which have been received from and Barks, for all broadcast among the farmers and up and show the shoes plainly as tho grateful people SOLACE has restored Who So Ever Will. growers of the county, its success will horse moves away from the observer. to health. Testimonial letters, litermm Blood Diseases, Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT ature and FREE BOX sent upon be assured from the first. and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. Many times within the last two years Facts Of Interest About Hookworm Disease Rheumatism,Kidney R. Lee Morris, president of the First have we endeavored to point out the The Old Reliable Barber. In a recent issue of the Winchester various advantages to be derived from National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote Liver, Stomach.jNer-vousnes- s the Solace Company as follows: Democrat, Dr. I. A. Shirley of the the home HENRY DUNCAN "I want you to send a box of Solace State Board of Health, who attend- but establishment of a endeavormarket, once more will we to call and Feto mv father in Memphis. Tenn., for ed the Conference of Sanitary Work3 Office over Office Hours I enclose $1. This remedy has ers in the Southern States at Little the attention of the people to these ad which DAKOTA. JACK, vantages, i irst and most deeply is it male Diseases. R.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store The North Western Cow Boy. been used by some friends of mine Rock, Arkansas, recently, give3 the Feet of Draft Horses. an advantage to the grower himseif, No. 1. Hoof showing prominent here and I must say its action was won- following facts which are of interest "W-AXJTJE33- it precludes the necessity of his haul' "frog," unmutllated "bare," ttrong DAYS TREATMENT FOR (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. to the people all over Kentucky. Put up in 25c, 50c and SI. boxes. 1st, It is the firm belief of every mg nis crop to neignDormg marKets, a walls and cupped sole. DENTIST. No. 2. Distortion of hoof caused by IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL one engaged in the work of improving distance of from anywhere from twelve Lancaster, Ky Phone 65. thirty five miles, through all kinds acute founder. AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY sanitary conditions in the South so as to "No Special to make it possible to prevent disease of weather and all kinds of conditions, The feet should be lifted quickly and TAKING SOLACE. a Pain, Deafness, Burns. Stings T Sprains Etc. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST and make life longer and healthier, much to the detriment of his own evenly, and be set down squarely and 25cts per Bottle. own health and comfort and that of his firmly. SOLACE ALONE does the work. from the Administrative Sanitary hands and his stock; it enables him to The hoofs should be ample In size, Write today for the free box, etc. Secretary in Washington to the field market his crop in one day, when here- sound, smooth and symmetrical In men on the firing line, that no greater For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. SOLACE REMEDY CO., tofore it has taken from one to three, shape. The hoof Is a continuation of work has ever been undertaken since The the skin of the parts above. Mich. Battle Creek. it enables him to await the proper tone lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. that of the meek and lowly Galilean. U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician of the market before offering his rais- color of the skin decides the color of 2nd. That eradication of the hookhowGlasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts ing, and when offered, if the price is the hoof. Color counts for little, All on sale at ever, If the hoofs are of poor shape worm disease and not amelioration is not satisfactory, to reject without the and texture. Son, Lancaster, --Ky., and Henry Kuhlman The horn should be not only possible but that nothing necessity Oakdale Herd Of of making another long and slightly cupped, not flat or bulging; short of this will suffice the work or S Son, Lowell, Ky. tedious trip to a distant market, and the frog large, elastic, healthy and the workers. promiMj 3rd. The same story came from all avoiu tne enormous expense ot such a without a deep cleft; the bars WA armiartfJii Fill up those vacant spaces in the in fact it offers all the ad nent. Poor fore feet are one of the parts of the Southland of well nigh rejection; orchard with some good fruit trees. vantages, wun wnich tne tarmer is so commonest and moBt serious faults Royal blood and splendid individuality. It is never too late to start In the miraculous cures. In draft horses. well acquainted, of a home market. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. fruit business, enough at least for the 4th. The belief, born of experiits uiner advantages to De derived are J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky home supply. apple trees come high, ence, that no other disease holdshook- manifold; the various buyers who come PURE BREDS VERSUS SCRUBS Good, young unfortunate victim so long as but the poor ones are dearer than worm disease; that no other disease on our market are compelled to have 1 Mongrel la Excellent Huttler, but Will any other kind. makes the one afflicted with it for houses in which to handle their pur Money Not and Cannot Make There will be a very heavy demand chases, this would mean additional ESTITiTT for It Owner. for trees next spring, and late orders such a length of time a menace to barns would be in demand which would 1 3 those around him; that no other disPhysician and Surgeon. will certainly be unfilled. command a good price, additional labor animal Is not one The pure-breright ease of equal magnitude is so surely Five feet apart is about the would be employed, much of it home that will make good on poor feed and LANCASTER, KY. distance for the currant and goose-be- n and speedily curable. which would mean the scatter- care. The scrub will beat the pure y bushes. Do not crowd. 5th. That no other diseace shows labor, Office Phone 6. Phone 220. Residence If you want a fine, early yellow such a variety of symptoms and some ing of more money in the community, bred every time when It comes to "rustling" Its own way. But the scrub peach, put two or three Triumph times no symptoms LOW ROUND TRIP FARES at all, as hook- as well as employment for idle men and will not and cannot make money for boys; they would be compelled to have trees In your next nursery order. worm disease. Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 2, 3. owner. And right here Is where Its Wood ashes aro valuable to spread 6th. That while as a rule it is to be teams for the transportation of their the pure bred excels itself. around fruit trees for small fruits and Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February purchase, which would mean money to He has the capacity which the 14, with extension ot limit to marcn o, iv 1.5, on pajment ot 3i.uu. they should not be found where the sanitary conditions are the liverymen and teamsters, and in vegetables; All Work Guaranteed. aniscrub has not. Give the pure-brethe worst; that is, where the privies various wasted. FULL STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. other ways would they prove mal good feed and care, and he will The root louse often causes apple are not water tight and fly proof, yet Kentucky Lick, of advantage to the community. For details can on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply o The make money, and do It quickly. At scab, and ashes or lime around the it is found under better surroundings H. C.K1.NO, Passcrzer and Ticket Agent, 101 E. .Main Street, Lexington, Ky. beef trunk will stop the ravages of the sufficiently often to make it the greatest advantage, to our minds, in least three crops of pure-bre- d out ready for can be root louse. 8 to 12 a. m. Phone imperative duty of every, one who the establishment of a home market, animals to every turnedcrops of scrubs Office Hours j two would be in the fact, that money ob- market Expert orchardists recommend seed229. leaves ideal environments for even a ing the orchard to crimson clover tained from home products would be or grades. short time to seek examination lest the Grades make money for their ownK. Dbhb5 ana A. Wheeler or rye to be plowed down the followkept at home; the checks given for the monster disease, like a thief in the B. F. HUDSON, President. ers sometimes, but the amount and J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ing spring. home product would be deposited in the quickness with which results are While apples do not rank high as night steals a march upon him, to be nome Dames; Doctors Of Dental Surgery. ORGANIZED 1S83. would be no pur obtained are In direct proportion to there pig feed It Is best to give them to the diagnosed when it may be everlastingly chasing of goods at stores in neighbor the Infusion of pure blood, which Office: Stormes Building ovei Hurt A. Anderpigs rather than to let them rot un- too late. son's Furniture Store. ing towns in order to get the money on makes the grades and better than der the trees. persons in. nooKworm carriers, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, The peach makes a good stock for harboring very few Worms and their checks, the checks would simply scrubs. be deposited in the home bank and the some variety of plum. It has a larger positively withoat OF LANCASTER, KY. symptoms, except, grower and stronger root system than most would make his purhasep of his ROOT CUTTER IS ESSENTIAL John White & Co sp99wN occasionally, indigestion, are among the plum varieties. CAPITAL, $50,000. home merchant, the man who has carSURPLUS $40,000. I LOUISVILLE. KTV nwjwin1 The climate and conditions that are most dangerous members of the ried him when he had no tobacco crop Implement 8hown In Illustration Established 1887 W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. best for the apple are best for the community as propagators; hence the to sell, and who consequently, Hlghestmarkelprlce paid Found Satisfactory In Preparing prices human family. Both thrive best in duty that everybody owes to themFood for Live Stock. and all other considerations beingequal, FURS r. K W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., the temperate zone. selves and the community to be ab and HIDES. In heeling in trees remember to solutely certain that they are free from is entitled to his trade. These few of Having several tons of carrots and WOOL many advantages which we have encover tne tops as wen as me roots. these worms. it csmiuiiei trees as Business Solicited. deavored to call attention to, should, in beets to fed to stock, I found It quite Prompt Attention. Rabbits can bark heeled-l8th. That from the 'examination of a job to cut them with a knife, so I easily as those planted in the orchard our mind, stimulate every citizen in the made a root cutter as illustrated, more than 30,000 people from 118 county to offer every inducement to which has given much satisfaction. I J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs counties our own beloved State is found those who are seeking to establish a made a box, with three sides, of inch Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. County Court Days. to be one of the most heavily infected, home market, even to the taking of boards, three feet long. The bottom and we earnestly hope for such a coopstock in the proposed concern; and board, a, is eight inches wide and tho Lancaster, Garrard county, fourth eration of our fighting facilities, county, such stock is not a bad investment side boards, b, which rest on it, are Monday. municipal and individual, that ere long that has been proven in adjoining towns, four inches wide. The top boards, c t Buy a Farm, Stanford, Lincoln county, second it can be truthfully said that Kentucky, IF YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm, and we believe would so prove in Lan( Sell at Auction Monday. the flower of the constellation of SouthParis, Bourbon county, first Monday. ern states, is for one, at least, free caster. prices on I will give you It looks worse than useless to again county, first from this blighting curse. Richmond, Madison 50 Choice Farms. Monday. 9th. That every citizen who has not call attention to the bulk and quality See Me or Tonch the Live Wire. Carlisle, Nicholas county, second already done so, should secure a copy of Garrard county product; this year Monday, of the Bulletin of the State Board of we have in the neighborhood of six W. T. KING, Lexington, Fayette county, second Health from its office in Bowling Green, millions of pounds of tobacco in GarPhone 339-Monday. telling about this disease and should rard county, and of a quality unsurKENTUCKY LANCASTER, Georgetown, Scott county, third submit the necssary specimen so they passed anywhere in any tobacco growing country. This fact is attested to Monday. can know whether the have it or not. by the undisputable evidence of GarDanville, Boyle county, third MonHoin ii Tumis. rard county tobacco commanding the day. HAIR HEALTH. Tr. uU Jos bow acg partMatprlfM. Writ top price on every market on which it Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county, for wUr prico Hit Home-Mad- o Root Cutter. aaa rax an acta. If You Have Scalp Or Hair Trouble, is offered, and by the further fact that third Monday. M.SABElaSONS buyers are here daily, scouring the six inches wide, are fastened at an Nichclasville, Jessamine county, third UCIST1UI, ST. Take Advantage Of This Offer. Dti!enlaFm,l!HM,Wcsl county in search of our production, not angle to the side boards, writes Anton Monday. bUblliHoAISSt. Winchester. Clark county, fourth We could not afford to so strongly home buyers alone, but men represent- Mlcklsh of Union county. Ore., la the Monday. endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and ing the various warehouses throughout Farm and Home. Three legs, d, are Versailles, Woodford county, fourth continue to sell it as we do, if it did the state. This of itself is evidence fastened to the box. The knife, e, is Let us send in your subscription. Cynthiana, Harrison county, fourth not do all we claim, it will. Should our that our tobacco is in demand, and puts fastened with a screw, f, to the middle of the side board and a triangular Monday. enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall to shame the very idea of the flimsy piece of board, g, is fastened even Frankfort, Franklin county, first "93" Hair Tonic not give entire satis- theory advanced by some people oppos with end of one side board so that Monday. faction to the users, they would lose ed to the plan of a home market, that the knife can be raised high when faith in us and our statements, and in "we cannot get the buyers", or that cutting large beets. consequence our business prestige "the railroads will discriminate against Prime Bacon. us in the matter of rates." would suffer. Lancaster, Kentucky Prime bacon is really mora credit The outlook for 1913 is for an unpreWe assure you that if your hair is producer than is lard alone. It the beginning to unnaturally fall out or if cedented crop of tobacco in the county. to also true that the best bacon brings is you have anyscalp trouble, Rexall "93" Will we be prepared to care for this good prices, costs less to bring to fitHaii Tonic is without question the best crop AT HCME? The answer lies with ness, and can be made a great staple remedy we know of to eradicate dand- you. Will you give your aid, influence If we work for it. ruff; stimulate hair growth and prevent and assistance toward making this pos sible? You will reap your reward in premature baldness. Kentucky has a Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic many ways, the establishment of such Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 your advantage debt, and her income is not sufficient is so strong that we ask you to try it a market will prove to OF LANCASTER. to Dav her running expenses. Is it not on our positive guarantee that your no matter what may be your line of LANCASTER. KY. on extravagancies time to call a halt Fields seeds at wholesale prices money will be cheerfully refunded if it business. Capital and do something 'to get out of the does not do as we claim. Two sizes, Now when you are approached on financial rut into which the old Ship of direct to the consumer.- - I have a 50c. and $1.00. Sold only our store A. R. DENNY, President. full line of choice field seeds and The Rexall Store. R. E.atMcRoberts this subject, no matter how or by whom, State has drifted? There is too much give it your careful and earnest con- politics, and too little hard, common J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. can save you money on your Win- &Son. sideration, look at it from every stand- sense, business sense, among the leg RICHMOND. KY. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ter and Spring supply. point, and if you do not aid, be sure islators than is good for the Common r. A Training R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Write me for price list and samyon do not discourage such an effort. wealth. The way to economize is to j School for Teachers The, efforts which are being made are economize and to abolish the Legislaples. w " truing iv fltuji cv. late, mediate and UnuraaiHT, unselfish ones, no one has an axe to ture for a few years would be a great Ulfcaa, Talla In all Public Safety Deposit Boxes Rent. Special School! of Keatockr. grind, there are no selfish motives, the economical stroke. It would prevent For Infants and Children, want, a a icer.ew Cov.'wa. Tal Uon Free to A good of the entire community is being a lot more foolish appropriations and Two nlendld dor. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Tfis Kind You Have Always Bought traaiag Dauainr. mitotic, Dew neaeiocnooi. new kept in view and the community to a would save a world of salaries and exa well aqalppcd lleete!ioel,o'frxtietorajrteoltir, Term bejUi SepDmertw Sdeoee. rir.l rrmaariam. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. man should render every assistance in penses that always add materially to Thtrt Term Bears the tember". Seeooi Term KoremberW; School opoaa Jaourr Jooe It, T. Peart Term April 7, Sammer Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. their power in iutherance of the the State's obligations. Shelby ?&&&u Calalorae free. Signature of J. O. CRABBK, PresUent. Lexington, Kentucky, scheme. Auctioneer. A. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COMEI COMEI Again and again we have read of in distant towns who have been cured by this or that medicine. But Lancaster's pertinent question has always been "Has anyone here in Lancaster been cured? The word of a stranger living a hundred miles away may be true, but cannot have the same weight with us as the word of our own citizens, whom we know and respect, and whose evidence we can so easily prove. I. D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for they did me a lot of good. I had weak kidneys and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage. My back pained me. The use of Doan's Kidney Pills strengthened me in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. strangers is inclined to the belief STOCK AhtMJtn mSV LIVE Doctors Use This for Eczema Dr. Evans. of Health. says: "There Is almost no relation between skin diseases and the blood." Tho skin must be cured through the skin. The germs must be washed out, and so salves have long aso been found worthless. The most advanced physicians of this country are now agreed on thl3. and are prescribing a wash of wlntergreen. thymol and other ingredients for eczema and all other skin diseases. This compound Is KnoTti as D.D.D. Prescription Dr. Holmes, the well known skin specialist writes: "I am convinced that tha D.D.D. Prescription is as much a speciiie for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1 I.avc been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy for years." It will take away the lteli tho instant you apply it. In fact, we are so sure of what DJ3.D. will do for you that we will be glad to let you have a $1 bottle on our guarantee that it will cost you nothlns m less you find that It does the work. MHi'(s:( Pursley's Mai finite st. F. 45 $1.00. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy Cll i t fr CREME SOAP. J. Registered Durocs mm OTES RTICULTURAL 5 wyyy mo i):M$2 W. M. ELLIOTT, I I liiMMl March Gras W NEW ORLEANS January 28 fiSS9 5 d February 3 and MOBILE H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. lto4-7to9p- .m d Paint R I 1 X "We Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- Q1eL rock-bottom JTCKWIH n Real Estate and Auctioneer. Courier Journal .AT HALF PRICE For 1913. FURS ONLY $3.QO A YEAR. R. E. JA BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Field W. Bush McRoberts & Son, Seeds Nelson, THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. mms r Book-Keepe- CASTOR I A For Seedman. s J" Vn' iw.--J-- - i 'a" ptf tt-s.3- E?'- tuv . ,, CSu d ' 5 TSi Bn&JBtTS&SESXJSBT&JXFTSL JBT33J3i& Slices' via: llfLH'lllffllH " III i II ilMI HlliW Ifl WW Bili'W Iff HWHH IMI BF WW HIM WW WW HI 111 JHWIW liW iBI HI'W iW I'll Wi1 W iW il 1 iNI 'II il" IHI t II PI IP"1 'i I1 P II l"i "I I II ' '"III1 I ff II' M 'Ml H m l ' 3 O B"""" K'vi irg- !t S a ry v Not a suit in our house is reserved-a- ll reduced to $9.98. You are made this inducement so that we may have room for our enormous spring stock. Our profit comes only in being able to prepare for our spring business. All are remarkable values, but an early selection will increase the amount of your pleasure and of your profit. "' i. -.. mmrmmi-- , ft The Joseph Mercantile Company. The Store That Satisfies All The Time. Miss Mary Rankin is at Burnside for a visit to friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eason of Rowland have moved to Lancaster, Mr. J. E. Robinson made a business trip to Frankfort Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ross BiJstin were visitors in Lexington the past week. JWTVu jjjh' tiiwi vrmsK7V3E7i To Our Customers ft Happy and Prosperous New Year. Your account is due, Come in and settle and make us hapoy. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. vffsrBtfyKSBFffrTTSffiSWMl W"V1 d M jrytsryPswBEsgiWHPwcMWJ. We Write Anv Kind of UR ? A'N'C Ky. E Office at National Bank. ' BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. H3aAAJ ( I r OUR FLOUR IS I B Guaranteed FLOUR J10U$ folljj flDl fMwuf perfectly and made against dirt S 8 impurity. from It is the best selected wheat. It is ground in one of the best and cleanest mills in the country. The flour is packed at the mill whence it comes direct to us. Qaier a sack to-da- y and get FLOUR that is all flour and that of the very best. i.) i H i)'' Lancaster Elevator ftFlourMills Xy)YX ));X) EMXXj 4ULIUU N iiAMK I J nr.- - ? iLdCUfi H raj 'Sn zeConven ience of Banking r- - Have you investigated our facilities, our re. sources, our modern methods and equipment for handling ordinary deposits, loans, colldctions and banking business in general? No. You will find it to your interest to make in. quiries. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company fait(pst&iifiLSci &&& It's Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap c oal i to be out of I i) pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not spoil. You'll have use for it some time anyway. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. k' by a host of friends all over the country, who have met him in the various Mr. Stephen Walker passed quietly walks of life and came to recognize to rest on last Thursday af terneon at his many sterling characteristics, and Le 6:30 o'clock at his home on Lexington whose kindly sympathy wa3 manifest-- i by floral tributes and letters and street in this city after an illness of years duration. During telegrams of condolence. more than two A Brief Mention of the Comings and On Saturday morning, followed by a his long period of suffering Mr. Walker Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. has sought the advice or the most long concourse of sorrowing friends eminent ohysicians and has submitted the funeral cortege proceeded to "Old Minnie Johnson has accepted a posito several painful operations, all of Paint Lick", where in the old PresbyGus Dunn has been in Danville visiting tion at the new school at Paint Lick. which afforded him but temporary re- terian church at that place, his church. relatives. Mr. Green Clay Walker after a weeks lief, his malady being of such a nature Rev. W. M. Eldridge, the pastor, asMrs. M. D. Hughes was hostess for a that with its cornplicaticns. there was sisted by Rev. F. M. Tinder of this B. F. Hudson was in Richmond the stay in Lexington leturned heme Moncourse dinner in honor of Mrs. J. Wcsly no hope of permanent relief. j place performed the last sad rites after past week. day. West of Washington City. The followW. S. Walker was bom in Garraid ; which all that was mortal oi tnis go.ni A. W. Kavanuugh was in Richmond Mr. R. R. Denton has been in Slan-foi- d ing were assembled u round the pestal county Ky. on Apiil, 11. 1SI1. the old-- 1 man was plac. d at rest in the family on business. visiting his daughter Mrs. W. S. board Mesdames W. T. West U. D. est son of John and Jane Kavanaugh j lot in the beautiful country cemetry Gayle Doty is recuperating after quite Fish. Simpson, Emma G. Kauffman, R. T. Walker, who were of hardy old Virgin- - adjoining the church. The death of a siege of chicken pox. Miss Rella Arnold was in Crab Or I Embry and Misses Sallie Elkin and ia stock, and whose many sturdy qual- - Mr. Walker is a county wide calamity. Louis Pherigo of Lexington has been chard Sunday the guest of Mrs. Robert Katie Simpson. ities were handed down to their eldest for no man was known better, and to Collier. with Lancaster relatives hpr subscription to the son. He was first married in 1862 to know wa3 to love and respect him, and In renewing Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford was Record, our good friend, Miss Allie B. Miss Belle, the daughter of the late A. the tears and grief of the entire comDr. J. H. Perkins of Okla. has been here Monday to see her mother Mrs. A. Brown of Louisville, gives expression F. Denny, and to that union was born munity is mingled with those of the in our midst for several days. C. Robinson. to the following kind words; "The Cen Miss Belle Walker, who has long since family in their bereavement. Mr. James R. Henry and family will gone to her reward, and isliss tnza- Miss Katharine Melvin of Crab tral Record is like a long letter from Dont miss the Old Maids Club next leave shortly tor Crystal City Texas. ot V. uoland home every week and I wouldn't befbeth, now Mrs. J. Orchard has been the recent guest of Tuesday night. without it if the price were 5.00 a Huntington W. Va. After the death Mrs. John Smith of Lincoln connty Miss Fannie Sutton. of his first wife Mr. Walker was again year. was a visitor in Lancaster Saturday. Card Of Thanks. Drs. McKee and Bass of Lexington married in 1871 to Miss Fannie Terrill, Miss Minnie Kemper of Danville is were here Saturday for the funeral of A."iss Brunette D. Arnold left Tueshim, together with four who survives We desire to extend our sincere and the guest of hei sister Mrs. W. A. the late Logan R. Smith. day for Paris Ky. where she will visit sons, Messrs John W. and Toles T. heartfelt thanks to the many kind Price. her brother H. B. Arnold for a week, Walker of this place, Arch K. Walker friends who have extended us such Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton of Miss Kathleen Hanley of Nicholas- - Athoie Ky., is here visiting her parents after which she will visit her sister of Princeton Ky, and Robert Walker sincere sympathy and assistance in our Mrs. S. II. McMakin for a week and of Fayetteville Tenn. and one daughter recent affliction and bereavement. vine is here for a visit to Miss Minnie Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. thence to Marshall Okla. foran extend- Miss Margaret Walket of this place, as Brown. Mrs. Pattie Anderson and family. Mrs. James Witt has been in Nichol-asvill- e ed visit to her sister Mrs. Dr. Rich- well as by two brothers, Messrs J. Mrs A. M. Ramey, of Eminence is with her mother Mrs. Ambrose mond. Wade and Arch K. Walker and one Supervisors Adjourn. here visiting her daughter Mrs E. M. Cobb who has been quite sick. all of Miss Annie Belle Burnside who came sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, Walker. The county Board of Supervisors who the county. During his entire life Mr. Miss Lilly Noel of Danville is here Mrs. A. T. Moberley of Coffeyville for a visit to Mrs. U. D. Simpson and home from Birmingham Ala., where Walker has resided upon his farm to have been adjusting the the county's she is attending school, to spend the taxable property for the past ten days Kansas is here visiting Garrard daughter Miss Katie Simpson. holidays with her parents Mr. and Mr3. the south east of Paint Lick, until a have finished their deliberations and relatives. few months age he purchased and County Clerk J. W. Hamilton and Will Miss Ida Potts has returned to Cin- J. G. Burnside, and was prevented Mr. and Mrs. Logan Woods of Dan- cinnati after a stay of two weeks with from returning by an attact of lagrippe, moved to a home on Lexington street Doty are busy making a recapitulation the ville were guests Saturday of Mrs. J. rehas sufficiently recovered as to be able in Lancaster, in the hope that her sister Mrs. Davis Prather. surroundings of the work. We hope to give the M. Mount. to return to Birminghom on last Friday, change of scene and sult of their labors next week. S. Baughman of Mr. and Mrs. John might prove beneficial, and in order and will at once resume her studies. Mr. W. G. Kemper the popular Danville were here Monday for the that he might be closer to the care of Name Oi Stone Postoffice Changed. insurance man of Lexington, was in our burial of Miss Sadie Anderson. An announcement of interest here to a physician. city Friday. The name of the postoffice at Stone A Presbyterian of the old school, Mr. Mrs. John Boland of Huntington, the readers of the Record is the followin this county has been changed and Miss Virginia Bourne is in Lexington West Va , was called here by the death ing about a former Lancaster boy:"Mr. Walker united with the church at the name of the office now Coy. All for a stay with her grandmother. Mrs. of her father the late Mr. W. S. Wal and Mrs, Louis Des Cognets announce Manse, Old Paint Lick, in his early mail formerly intendedisfor Stone should Mary Wool folk. the engagement of their daughter boyhood days, and it has been through , ker. and Hogan Lowndes Yancey. The the instrumentality of him and his be addressed to Coy, Garrard county Hugelv Shearer of Richmond and J. Mr. W. H. Grider the popular insur date of the wedding has not been debrothers that the church at that place' Ky. This action was taken by the M. Stapp of Lexington were visitors in ance man ot iticnmona, accompanied cided". The prospective groom will has maintained its position as one of postoffice authorities and was rendered Lancaster Sunday. by his wife are registered at the Ken be remembered here at his old home as the strongest churches of that de- necessary by the fact that there is Mr. Alex Walker who has been quite garlan. a handsorne attractive lad, and the nomination in this part of Kentucky. another office called Stone in Pike sick for several weeks, was able to be The condition of little Lucile Ballou youngest son of the late lamented Mrs. For more than thirty years he has been county Ky. and the mail for the two out for a drive on Monday. offices was being badly confused. of Stanford remains unchanged much Sarah K. Yancey of Lexington. one of the elders. regret of her many friends in Mrs. Emma Elkin has returned after to the An uncompromising democrat, he Send In Your Name. a protracted visit to her son, Mr. Sherley our town. Reserved seats 50cts, at R. E. Mc- has ever been ready and willing to Elkin, of Wheeling, West Va. Representative Harvey Helm, of this Mr. Ed Price has returned from Dan Roberts Drug Store for tho Old Maid's give of his time and talent for his party's welfare, and has been consider- Congressional District, has by special ville where he went to see his brother- - Club. acMiss Martha Ward Sweeney ed a power through the county in time concession, of the Agricultural DepartDr. S. P. Drant who remains t companied her aunt Mrs. Howard A Good Paper. of elections, but he has never aspired ment, secured a few hundred small quite sick. Hoeing to Milwaukee for a visit. We are in receipt of a copy of the to office, in fact he has studiously packages of Burley Tobacco seed, said "Mummy" Marrs has been mingling Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts enterDaily Leader, published at Benton avoided office holding, refusing to ac- to be of exceptional quality, and will tained the chafing dish club Friday with his many friends for several days Harkor Mich. The Leader is a seven cept office, which he might time and send a package to each of the tobacco evening in honor of Miss Sara Daniels and all will be glad to know that his column, eight page daily and a very again had at the hands of his party, growers of this county who will send territory now includes Lancaster. of Paris. creditable sheet. Mr, S. A. McDear-mo- n but which he as often rejected, save him a note or card requesting same, if Miss Bessie Gulley entertained at a who married Miss Lucy Arnold of the office of Magistrate of his district, they are heard from before the supply Mrs. Jake Miller and children and well appointed course dinner in honor mother, Mrs. Morgan, have returned this place is connected with the cir- which office he consented to accept, is exhausted. Danville Messenger. principally because he believed that he of Mesdames Woolfolk --and Collins of to their home in West Va., after sev culation department of the Leader. Crap Shooters Fined. might be of more benhfit to the comLexington. to Mr and Mrs N. Mil eral weeks visit munity in which he dwelt- In Judge Fords court Wednesday One Who Knows Gives The Reasons Why Messrs Elmore and Hopper of the ler and family. A blunt, plain spoken man, but with James and Thomas Grimes, white, and Garrard Bank & Trust Co. spent SunMr. and Mrs B. G. Fox and Mr. Mr. Chas. Montgomery Of Casey a heart as tender as a womans, and Curt Ambrose, John Opp, Rob Mullins day with friends and relatives in Monte Fox of Danville, Mr. James with a kindly sympathy for all who and Minor Hamilton, colored, charged Harrodsburg. County Failed To Attend The Philipps of Winchester and Dr. Bass were distressed, and a hand as ready with crap shooting were fined $26. and Mrs. John E. Anderson and daughters of Ljxington attended the funeral of as a heart that was true, he was a costs each. These parties were engagCommittee Meeting Smith last Friday. Miss Bettie Anderson and Mrs. W. . R. Logair-R- . blessing to the people in whose midst ed in a crap game last Sunday near Marrs of Knoxville motored to Lancas he dwelt, ever ready to assist them in Bryan tsville, at which time Oscar and many Anderson's Miss Amanda Stanford. In ter Saturday. their trials, both with good advice and Will Grimes became engaged in a quarfriends will be glad to know that she J. H. Spratt of Paris, Miss Hettie has sufficiently recovered from her Dr. James P. RifTe, who formerly that which was more substantial, for rel in which the latter was shot in the Spratt and Claude Kidd of Paint Lick recent accident, as to be able to take attended school in Lancaster but who miles around there were those who will face with a shot gun. Most of the were guests the past week of Miss charge of her school work again. is now practising in Erlanger Ky un- miss him for his many noble and char- men fined will serve out their sentence Lucile Spratt. der the firm name of "Dr. J. P. Riffe itable deeds, whom he had befriended on the public road under guard, spendAn interesting meeting of the Wo- & Son", has written the Record a let- time and again, when there was no one ing their nights in jail, as they were Miss Dove Harris of Danville was man's Club was held Wednesday afterTo unable to pay the fines. called here Saturday by the serious noon. The leaders for the books dis- ter in which he throws some light upon else to whom thev might turn. the true reason why Mr. Chas. Mont- these his memory will ever be fondly illness of her nieces Misses Sadie and cussed Uncle Tom's and gomery of Casey county, and a mem- cherished, and the knowledge ij brought Cabin Patsy Anderson. Mesdames Emma ber of the district committee, failed to vividly to them that they have lost a were Ramona, YOD'iL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I Mrs. Margaret Gamble of Danville, G. Kauffman and J. L. Riley. attend the recently called meeting in friend whose place it will be impossible and Miss Mattie Green of Lexington We regret to learn that Dr. Price Stanford Ky. The part of Dr. Rifle's to fill. Oldest of the famous "Walker were called here by the death of their Grant of Danville is critically ill. Dr. letter which bears upon this particular Bros." of Garrard county, he is known sister Mrs. Naylor. what I all over the United States as a folof Garrard, hav- subject reads as follows:-"NoGrant is a We are now prepared to take boarders ing married one of our most estimable want to write about is the "Senatorial lower of the hounds and a raiser of and furnish rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley and on ac- fine fox hounds; the first president of J. W. Walke r. baby seturned to their home in Rich- and .charming women, Miss Fannie Committee, which didTiot'-nee- t count of the absence of Charles Mont the National Fox Hunters Association, mond, Sunday after a visit to Mr. and Price. Four Bracket Lamps afso one twelve gomery of Casey county. It so hap- and an officer in that organization Lamp Chandalier, for sale. Mrs. J. S. Sanford. Mrs. Kate Wherritt Berkele of New pened that Mr. Montgomery married a since its foundation. Even in his de d Fork Church Society. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Orleans, another ardent friends of the subscription, niece of mine, and he had her here to clining years, the last two years when the U. D. C. held a Lee and Jackson Record in renewing her see me, and I sent her to the German he was desperately ill, he delighted to For Rent. memorial service Monday afternoon at asked to be remembered to her friends his old friends of the organ My house containing 8 rooms, good is homesick to see Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati last meet with andadds that she the Hotel Kengarlan. Ms hold their an garden, Wednesday, and she underwent a seri ization when lot and barn. Apply to W. T. R. H.Price a prominent South Carolina themall. ous operation last Friday. Mr. Mont nual meeting at Crab Orchard, and to West. Mrs. Jennie West. Miss Cecil Batson was given gomery was with her, and this accounts him the sweetest music on this earth Little mi horse and mule dealer, and who is a frequent visitor to Lancaster was here a party at her home on Lexington for his non attendance at the meeting. was the baying of a favorite hound. SweetCIover Seed for winter sowing, street. The hours were from 3 to 5. He spoke of the meeting and regretted The entire county mourns him as a white and yellow cultivated biennial several days last week. happy occasion was to celebrate very much that he could not meet with true hearted, noble minded christian varieties. Greatest legume fertilizers, Mrs. W.-J- . Romans entertained the The birthday of the attractive lit- the committee. He left Cincinnati last gentleman, and our grief while felt pasture and hay. Prices and circular Elder F. M. Tinder's Bible the 6th. members of tle Miss. Pd night for Liberty". Mr Riffe's letter more poignantly here at home, where how to grow it, "Free". class and W. Ross Bastin's class at her John A. Sheehan, Falmouth Ky. R. 4. he is known and loved best, is shared i Mr. Ike S. Dunn of Lexington pass- - was written the 20 inst. home on Richmond street. Gossip About NNN ed through our town Tuesday on his way to the mountains to purchase lumber to build several tobacco barns. Mr. Dunn unfortunately lost a large barn several months ago by fire. The following from here will attend wedding which the Calloway-Walkwill occur at the bride's home at Eminence Saturday Jan. 25th. Mesdames Givens Terrill and Ed Walker Miss Margaret Walker and brother Robert Walker. er Walker. J Es-tel- la in-la- w r J son-in-la- w w 3t-p- they-woul- d N V -- s t r (GTS'JZ-- "- , V'TinT r tMiiaigiilWTiilVNi:h1iliirirSiMatiriljl lliiJh'llUi'WriTVfrinflf iVaalslflln ir 1iiiHmi a,.wni.Biii;iii,nalifririiCit'iigr;illii I iiuii murjl iiJii'jiiii liliuilfi wmvi m r l'inwiii ni "Hoosier" Special Cabinets. O-Cedar Polish Mops. Victor Victrolas. Standard Baricalo Sewing Brass Machines Beds. Royal Royal Push Blue Button Springs. Chairs. Jane way & Karpen's Carpendars Leather Wall Paper Goods. Armstrong' Alexander Putman's Smith's Organs. Mattresses LinoleumnsJ Rugs. Brenlin Edison B and B Starr Phona- Window Pianos. Specialties. Shades. graphs Roos Olive R. EandN Cedar s. Suits. Typewriter Chests. Bookcases. Ostemoor The Store Beautiful. Hurt and Anderson. MOLASSES FOR DAIRY The Bright Spot in Lancaster. ought to be Postmaster. Henderson county 13 going into the improved farming business with a de termination to win. Henderson probably was the first county in the state to secure a government farm expert. The fiscal court made the appropria tion necessary, leaving the farmers and business men of the county to use whatever money they may raise for other purposes. Our tobacco warehouse ha3 been filled to overflowing every since the holidays and the fragrant weed h selling at prices that put a broad grin on the face of the grower. Not only the farmer but the mer chant and the banker are "wearing the smile that wont rub off", for what helps one helps the other. Every body is getting some of this tobacco money and its presence is being materially felt in our town. GARDEN wheat ralBing. The results or lour years' tests in Iowa are found to be 4.2 bushels of winter wheat gain per acre when the grain was drilled, over that which was broadcasted. This, figured at 70 cents per bushel, the average price of wheat for the time covered by the experiment, shows a balance of $2.95 per acre in favor of drilling. The opinion of farmers in all parts of the country seems to be about the same, when it comes to the value of the drill. Edward Lefot of Minnesota says: "Five pecks per acre is the usual quantity sown when the wheat is WORKS DURING WINTER drilled, and six pecks broadcast. ExMOLE periments seem to Indicate that a larger quantity of seed does not inLittle Animal Keeps Busy Where crease the yield. I prefer drilling to Ground Is Not Frozen Too Hard His Strength Is Marvelous. (By T. H. SCHEFFER.) COWS FOUND-:ChiIblack muff owner can have same by calling at this office. FLATWOOD very high prices are paid for well im proved farms. My farm of 86 acres for the year 1913. 20 acres to cultivate 20 acres in meadow balance in grass, Price $375. Jas. G. Conn, Wilmore, Ky. or J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster, Ky. d I have 36 mules that I will sell in pairs or any number to suit the purchaser. John C. Robinson. Danville, Ky. Cumberland Phone three-year-ols, Used by Farmers In North More Than The mole, like the pocket gopher. Is more or less active at all seasons of the year, but it la during the rainy period, when the soil Is moist, that his work Is pushed most vigorously. Shallow runways are then rapidly extended in all directions and old runways repaired. "When a mole makes up its mind to go in a certain direction, nothing but concrete or stone will stop him. 00 00 Drilled. Broadcast. Showing Loss of Bushels Occasioned by Broadcast Seeding. broadcasting, mainly because it places the seed where each kernel will germinate at once and there is absolutely no waste of seed." A Pennsylvania farmer says: "Drilling proves best here." In Virginia, 30 bushels per acre has been and is being harvested each year from broadcasted seed. In Kentucky drilling is said to have given far better results than broadcasting. A Missouri farmer writes: "I pre fer the drill, as it distributes the seed more uniformly." From North Carolina a farmer writes: "If the seed Is evenly distributed we think broadcasting best In the south, as It keeps down all other vegetation." There has been much complaint re cently of the large percentage of spoiled eggs to the case. Some of this trouble, it is declared, Is due to the storage of eggs near onions, oils or other things with pronounced odors. Hand, Foot and Note of Common Mole. The strength of these little animals is marvelous. They will heave up the surface of a path trodden so hard that repeated blows of a pick will be needed to break the crust. Ordinarily the mole makes hi3 way through the soil as a root does, or a stake when driven by the blows of a sledge. The earth is not excavated, but simply crowded aside. When the ground becomes very hard, of course, the mole Is obliged to excavate the passageways and push the loose dirt out through the openings of the roof of his tunnel. The mole keeps at work all through the winter In places where the ground Is not frozen too hard. He works more frequently in the morning and evening. Moles do very little harm to the roots of grain, grasses or .vegetables, except in pushing the soil aside, and they live principally on the white s grub, and beetles. He thus proves himself to be a friend to mankind, because grubs are the greatest scourges of grass and other valuable plant roots. earth-worm- fi" An all star cast of local talent in J. H. Miller has moved back to his Ever Before, but Not Yet Found the Old Maids Club under auspices of farm. Entirely Satisfactory. Woman's Club. W. H. Furr sold a mare to Bill Able (By 'WALTER B. LEUTZ.) Last weeks open weather afflicted for $75. More molasses is being fed in the some of Lancaster's good ladies with Little John Rout Furr is quite sick north than ever before, but most dairy "sweet pea fever". Better wait until of a severe cold. farmers are not yet satisfied that it Is after Easter, it comes early this year. profitable. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Elam visited at staIn an experiment at the Hatch Four Score Years. W. H. Furrs Sunday. tion, Prof. J. B. Lindsey says: contains about 3 per cent, of Arthur McQuerry sold 5 shoats to The Record joins with the many protein and 70 per cent, of digestible friends of Mrs. William Anderson in Sam Johnson for $15. sugar. congratulations upon her having passed Miss Lucy Long worth who has been "Compared with corn meal," says the eightieth milestone on life's journey. very sick of Pneumonia is better. Prof. Lindsey, "it equals substance pound for pound in results obtained Mr. and Mrs. Anderson celebrated their Mr. Wheeler Meadows visited his in feeding milch cows, but when fed golden wedding a number of years ago and here is hoping they may live to sister Mrs. May Owens last week. to horses they do not seem to be quite equal to the same weight of corn celebrate their diamond wedding. Jerry Arnold has moved to Grant and oats. Hammonds farm that he bought from The Record joins the Richmond Cli- John Cress. "It Is estimated that corn meal at 1.20 per hundred pounds, molasses max in wishing a former Lancaster Mr. Nathan Willeford of Crad Orwould be worth about $1 per hundred boy success in his new home. pounds. Its quoted price in Boston Mr. John W. Dunn, who has been chard visited his son Aric and hi3 new daughter-in-lais 12 cents per gallon by the barrel night last week. clerk at Hotel Glyndon for some and 8.6 per gallon In 10 barrel lots. time, left Sunday for Monroe, La., In Squire Coldirons court last Satur"A gallon weighs about 12 pounds, where he will take the position of head day Bob Lee (of col) was fined $5. and bo that at present relative prices, the molasses would be a little cheaper clerk in Hotel Monroe, a very high costs for an assault on Harrison Gaff-neclass hostelry. Mr. Dunn's feed than corn meal. many "A good point with the molasses is friends here gave him up with much In the case of Mrs. Totten Tankers- that it is agreeable to stock and makes reluctance but wish him well in his ley against Squire Parsons for using them always ready to eat such sub- new home. improper language to her was ordered stances as cut corn stubble, malt before the Grand jury. sprouts, distillery feeds, etc., when Splendid Paper. mixed with the molasses. All the tobacco farmers on Mrs. E. "A serious objection Is that moIf the new hands, Messrs. Robinson H. Walker and Woods Walkers farms lasses is not very convenient stuff to and Elkin, keep the Lancaster Record have sold their crops except L. W. handle and attracts flies in summer. up to the high standard of last issue, prices ranging, from 15cts, to "As a mixture with high grade pro- they will prove leaders in the journalis17 cents a pound. tein foods, I suggest distil- tic line. The paper consisted of eight lery grains, cotton seed pages seven column folio all chock meal, one-hal-f d molasses, or full ol good reading matter and atgluton-mea- l d malt sprouts, tractive ads. Don't weary in d and molasses. brethren and you'll soon-b- e on the "For working horses, nine pounds of FARMER'S COLUMN provender and one quart of molasses, shady side of Easy street. Danville or twelve pounds of provender and Messenger. three pints of molasses, or for hardworking horses substitute one-hal-f "Some" Stand Pipe. dpace below this heading is foi (be excla-lv- e pound dry blood or one pound cotton use of oar farmer subscribers, and is for The city of Lancaster is erecting a seed oil or linseed meal in place of an (he of such equal quantity of provender. stand pipe which, for heighth, caps the farmsale the stock, grain and afford things on as farmer cannot to adverclimax. It stands one "hundred and tise. No notice will be accepted over four forty-fiv- e HOG SCALDING IS MADE EASY feet from foundation, and is lines, and will be only in two lssnes of the about forty-fiv- e feet higher than cupa-l- o Record, free of charge By Use of Apparatus Described and on the court house. The pipe is Illustrate Animal May Be Hung Logan Burke sold two mules to John erected within one hundred feet of the With Little Exertion. Public Square, and will give the strong Rubles price $2S5. est pressure obtained by any city in For Sale 12 Buff Cochin, yearling Make a lever and hanging pole as in illustration. To allow the lever to this section. By an addition to the chickens. Phone 245. work both ways bore two slanting dam, the lake, which supplies the watholes and chisel out the space be- er will give an inexhaustible supply. T. C. Rankin bought of Eph Leavell tween. Pull butt end of lever down as Our good neighbors are to be congratu- one mule for $115. low as possible, and tie securely to lated on their enterprise. Danville J. C. Gastineau bought one mule of Messenger. J. F. Watts for $130. "Mo-lossw y. one-third one-sixt- h one-thirone-thirone-thirwell-doin- for rent: W. B. Burton purchased 5 horses at Danville court from various parties at prices ranging from $150. to $200. each. He also bought a pair of mules of H. C. Sutton for $430. and a pair from Center Bros, for $425. J. I. Hamilton bought a pair mules of to the Lancaster market, has been here F. M. Tinder, price $375. W. B. Burton shipped to Frank Peacock, Freemont, N. C. 19 mules at an average cost of $200. each, and 5 horses at $177.00 each. He also purchased of Mr. R. H. Price the South Carolina W. B. Denny pair mules for $370.00 stock broker, who is an annual visitor January is a very good month in which to do such road repairing a3 is greatly needed upon several roads. Where there is metal on the road and repairs are needed to cure the effect of wear and tear it is possible to do good work in winter provided the weather is fairly open. But a road torn up in January certainly remains impassable till April or May. much-neglect- Suit For $210,000. Filed In Lincoln Circuit Court On VALUE OF THE DRILL SYSTEM Question Most Frequent In Discussions on Wheat Raising Is Answered by Many Farmers. Policy Held By Beneficiaries Of Late James Robinson Against Equitable Life Assurance Society Of New The feed now in Bight will give you a pretty good idea as to how much stock you can carry over winter. It is the best policy to have a little too (By L. C. BURNETT.) much feed than to be a little short; it The value of the drill is the ques- means all the difference between thin tion most freauent in discussions on stock and those in good condition. For Hog Scalding. the hog. By pulling on small end of pole one man can then easily lift the hog while another turns it, writes Arnold Kurth in the Missouri Valley Farmer. To hang hog put gambrel in on one side and tie rope to that leg. Then by walking to the left the man at the end of lever can bring the hog up and directly under pole when gambrel can easily be put in place and the hog hung with little exertion, York. Public SaleLocal Agent For -- - Of Land, Stock, Farming Implemenes, Etc Garrard County. R. L. ELKIN, As Agent of the Heirs of Lucy Montgomery I will sell at Public Auction on the premises four miles East of Bryantsville on the waters of the Kentucky River near Lock No. 8 on TUESDAY. JANUARY 28, 1913. the following property to wit: About 127 acres of Rich Hill Land. I Pair of horse mules 15 2 hands high, well broken; Coming harness mare, work anywhere; 1 Aged mare; broodmare, well broken; Coming horse colt; filly colt; 1 ld Coming short horn cow. Coming2-year-ol- d short horn heifer, be fresh in May; 3 Sows and 6 Shoatsjl cider mill; 1 two-horSorghum mill; a few farming implements;75bbls of corn in shuck and other things to numerous to mention. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Henry Montogomery, Agt, 1-three-year-ose Suit was filed in the Lincoln Circuit Court today in behalf of the children of the late James Robinson of the Hubble section of Lincoln county against the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York for the sum. of $210,000. The suit is filed upon a poli cy taken out by the late Mr. Robinson with the defendant Society in 1869, when the Equitable Society was com- paritively in its infancy. The policy was taken out on the mutualplan and the suit seeks to have the plaintiffs to participate in $71,000,000. of unassign-e- d surplus funds which have accumulated to said Society since the taking out of said policy, and which the defendant Society claims belongs tto no one in particular, that is, is assigned to no particular class of policy holders. The question raised in the beginning of this suit is an entirely newone.neverJ having been raise&or passed upon in any court of the United States, and seeks to settle as to the disposal of these enormous amounts of unassigned surplus funds which gradually accum- late, and which as above stated, the Society claims "belong to no particular class of policy holders',. Attorney J. E. Robinson of this placed filed the suit and will have associated with him in its prosecution Judge Edward C. O'Rear and his associate Mr. Ben Williams of Frankfort. Ky. The outcome of this suit will be watched with great interest all over the country by those who are interested in this class of litigation, One hundred boys from the various counties that had corn clubs this season sent ten ears each for the city people to see what was being done. Not only the public, but the great daily newspapers grew very much interested. A number of editorials appeared during the ten days of the exhibit, and Master James Ficher of this county, almost daily a picture of some success- aged 7, sold his crop tobacco Saturday ful corn grower appeared. This display on the Paris market. Theyoung man's contained five varieties of corn. crop Drought the high average of $25 I per hundred. He carried the water to The following sales were made at B. make a season for transplanting. He G. Fox's sale stable Monday; Pair nursed it, carefullv cultivate! it ami mules to C. McLane, $362.50, 1 mule to j gave it all the the tender earn a boy us C. S. Robinson, $152.50, mare mule to ually bestows on his most beloved pet3. same, for $145. one 2 year old horse Constanty he watched the weak, tender mule to G. B. Gaines. $117.50, pair two looking plants expand into large, sturdy year olds to Will Tammey $222.50, pair leaf bearing stalks. Always he kept on horse to mules to Will Leavell; for the lookoutforthemonstergreenworma Cobb, $200.00. mare mule to Philip whose rapacious appetites seemed cap$160.00, one to George Dunn, $140. and able of devouring a dozen crops the size two mules to Will Leavell for $262.50, of his own. His eager eyes saw it yel2 year old to Breed Arnold, $126.00. low with the dying summer, and under his direction it was carefully housed in (Winchester Sun.) his father's barn. Yantis Conkwright, the little H. B. Cox bought eight shoats of The manly little fellow undoubtedly Conkson of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wes Lloen at $6.40 a cwt. felt great pride in his summer's labor wright, of the Lexington pike, is makfor sale: Good family horse. L. G. ing quite a record for himself. He has wnen he saw his tobacco bring twent-fiv- e cents per pound, and perhaps took Davidson, Lancaster. Ky. acre of tobacco. just sold his one-ha- lf more delight in that check he received which he raised in 1912. It weighed For Sale: One good work mule. for his crop, than he will ever take in Milton Ward, Lancaster, Ky. 820 pounds and sold at 14 cents per any other check, no matter how large it pound, bringing him $115 for the half I haveJ2Q,shocks of sorgham to sell. acre. This is the third crop the boy may oe. -- fans Democrat. Noah Marsee, Lancaster, Ky. has raised. In 1911 he raised Lester Bryan, the boy champion corn of an acre which tie sold for Riding on a manure spreader has producer of Kentucky, arrived in Louis$49; in 1910, when he was only 7 years assisted many man to where he could old, he raised of an acre, ville yesterday from his home at Rock-fiel- d ride in an automobile. on his way to Washington, where brought him $30. boy champions of all the State will For Sale Some nice Rose Comb Frankfort Journal: A colored boy, gather for a five day's educational tour Brown Leghorn Cockerals. tne Capital before attending the S. Embry, Lancaster, Ky. foui teen years old, raised 730 pounds of W. of an acre National Corn Exposition at Columbus. of tobacco on for SALE:-- I have 200 shocks of good of ground in Bourbon county and sold S. C. January 27. Bryant, who is 15 years old. has won fodder would like to feed out to cattle. the crop for fifteen cents a pound. Bright Herring, Lancaster, R. F. D. 2. That darkey has the proper recipe for $300 in prizes on his corn nroducts. getting a firm grip on the 'door of The championship was awarded on an d any Ponies, for hope.' He is setting a good example acre 01 corn mat produced 149 bushels quanity, any age, any size, any sex his race and also for a few white netting $70.38." Some of the stalks any color. R. L. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. for men who spend most of their time were fifteen feet high and grew seven mules to sell whittling sticks and chewing tobacco at ears to the hill. His closet competitor I have 14 store or the village was Edward Gallrein, 15 of Jefferson the cross-road- s or will loan to responsible parties. grocery. There are many such individ county, whose corn ran 146$ bushel to T. B. Robinson. the prize acre at a net profit of $68.50. uals who do a lot of winter farming The most liberal form policy written in their minds and utterly fail to do Bryant was accompanied to Louisville can be had from Stults & Stults, Lan- any effective business with the soil at by Fred Mutchler, who i3 in charee of caster, Ky., Agents for the Continen seed time and harvest. the Boys' and Girls' Club work of the tal insurance co- Western Normal School. John M. The trouble with a large number of Atherton, of Louisville, is Davincr the For sale. Garrard county farmers they think they expenses of hi3 trip out of general in A good saddle stallion and black can use .some kind of fertilizer, such as terest in the development of aprim!- Jack. Both good breeders. A. T. bone dust, guano, nitrates or phosphat- ture in Kentucky. DeDartmenta of Traylor, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 4. es and have "self raisiu" crops. the State and Government and the You can use yeast and have self Normal School are in enestiTwenty-fiv- e million dollars is the or you can have a self couraging crop development through mated loss to the citrus fruit growers raisin bread on roost any farm without the award of prizes. of California by reason of three days raisin fuss any effort, but you can use all the While in Washington. Brvant will freezing weather in that State. of in creation and you wont have visit the White House, the National Eph Leavell purchased a pair of mules any "self raisin crops". The farm has Museum the Smithsonian Institution. of his son for $350. Henry Cox. sold to have a head piece and plenty of el the Capitol and other places of interest to W. B. Burton a pair of nice bow greese just like every other busi and while-- t the National Corn Show ness that succeeds. The farm well he will receive some SDecial "instruc mare mules for $430. tilled doesn't give the farmer any time tions in soil culture and additional Demand for good, productive farm to do odd jobs for Mr. Wilson, such as schooling on crops and how to make. property is steadily increasing, Some filling his cabinet or telling him who big ones. one-quart- er one-eigh- th -three-quarters SALE:-Shetlantwo-year-o-ld fer-teliz- the past week and has succeeded i" securing a car load of horses and mules which he shipped to Senaca S. C. He included the following purchases in his load:- - 5 mules of W. B. Burton at $14.",. each, also a couple of nice horses of the same party at $175. each, one hor.-o- f John Peace, $145.. 4 mules of Sena tor K. L. Hubble at $172. each, 1 mu of W. T. Robinson of Danville, $160., a pair of mules of W. V, Gastineau. S2&0. a pair of mules of Center Bros., $310 . one mule of Wilson Rogers $170., one mule of Colby Jenkins, $175., and three mule3 of M. O. Kennedy at $150. each. The mules were from 4 to 7 years old and will be distributed by Mr. Price among the farmeas in and around Sen-ac- o to be used for farming purposes. -- V H . . ;- -" K k' . -' j: ri .mst .