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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 31, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913013101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 31, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section No. T- TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 1. K9 &UL; P(7i? A I. Mr. Arnold Purchases Mail Route. ct Section No. NUMBER 1. RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT 43. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913. Father O'Dwyer Leaves Richmond. Garrard County's Taxable Property. Another Lucky Editor. who has had charge Early spring lamb: are making their appearance. FOUND-:Chi!- black muff owner can of the Catholic church at Richmond have same by calling at this office. Ky., and who frequently held service the home of Mr. N. Miller near The continued Tret weather and the at Lancaster for the local Catholics, has enormous amount of heavy hauling has been changed to Florence Kv. Father been hard on the turnpikes. Jahnei of Florence will come to RichEverybody is speculating as to how mond to succeed Fr. O'Dwyer. scon and how much concrete paving Ed. Walton HI will go down this spring. So are we. Father O'Dwyer F r- - When the time arives for candidates Wonder will the good ladies of the We are indeed sorry that a persistent for Governor to get in the field there is city break up the centrally located dog attact of rheumatism has temporarily going to be such a universal appeal for 1; nnel with the advent of goo J weather? put clever Ed. Walton out of business Hon. Robert Harding to enter the race, compelled to go to Mt. and he was Tobacco still continues to move, j that one had just as well get ready to Jackson Mich, for treatment. We are vote for him twice. AH the others thoueh not as lively as a few weeks! hoping for his speedy recovery, as such New Sidewalks. o. Hustling At Lancaster. Still considerable in the country mentioned fail to measure up to the a good newsi aper man as Ed. cannot ji-t-. Residents out on Water streets have necessary standard to warrant victory spared from the harness even for a The Messenger A representative of be Kenand a had the pleasure of spending yesterday completed a substantial board sidewalk tucky first class administration. Maj. James A. Burnsides is listening day. Advocate. as county court was along that thoroughfare, which will at Lancaster, and. intently for the first note of the blue on, a larger crowd was there. Lancas- serve admirably to keep pedestrians Will Burch Improving. bird, which to him is the sure harbinger Wanted In Paris, ter has taken on p spirit of business who arcompelled to travel that way of spring. Chief of Police Ilerron received a will be good news to the host of activity which insures great things for out of the mud. Because of the It Lancaster's transportation facilities friends of Will Burch to know that the hustling city. Every merchant immense amount of grading necessary, telephone message from the Chief of are improving, we now have two regular intelligence from his bedside atthe was busy, while stock traders and far- concrete would be wel'. nigh impossible Police at Paris Kv. last Saturday night requesting him to arrest David Elam daily auton.obile lines between this Good Samaritan hospital in Lexington mers were all active. The farmers and impractical in that vicinity. who was wanted in that city It was were well satisfied with last year's for tells of his rapid improvement place and Nichohisviile. Folk Lore. seduction. Mr. Herron located his man not necessary to amputate his leg as work, especially with the tobacco crop. Marion settled the claims of various was a first thought necessary, he is Garrard is one of the most fertile and Sunday is "Ground Hog's day". If near the depot, where he was prepared aspirants for their postoffices by a doing nicely, and his ultimate recovery productive counties in Kentucky, and he "sees his shadder", he will go back to board a train for eastern Kentucky. piimary, the successful candidate will is predicted. it is almost impossible to buy land at into his hole and we will have six weeks He arrested him and lodged him in jail have Sen. O.lie James endorsement. any price, so well satisfied are the more of bad weather, while if the day and on Monday officer Moreland came Democratic County Officers Chosen. owners with results. Danville Messen- is gloomy and he fails to see his shadow, down from Fans and took the prisoner Those who doubt the ability of winter is broke and we may go right back with him. ger. Garrard county to "do things" should At a meeting of the recently elected along with our spring work, safe in the Georgetown Easy. study the progress made by the schools Democratic County Committee, held at Notice. knowledge that the backbone of winter of the county in the last few years. the Court House on Monday afternoon, is broken and we are to have no moie The Georgetown News says that a We have application from the friends AH the result of perseverance and Hon James I. Hamilton was selected bad weather until next winter. Hope poorly clad woman, cairjing what she cooperation. as Chairman of the committee and Mr. of several candidates for space next he don't see his shadder. claimed was a delicate babe, trudged week to be usedjfor the purpose of giving J, R. Mount as Secretary. There was through the streets during a heavy rain the public the benefit of the claims of W. L. Herr.don, Crestwood, Ky , only five of the committee present at Fine Tobacco Seed. soliciting aid, which was readily given. the candidate to the nomination ancU reports the following sales for last the meeting. Mr. B. L. Kelly who has established Later in the day, however, it was dishis nosition on matters touching the Lanweek :To Mrs. M. D. Hughes, of duties of the office sought by the can- an enviable reputation as a tobacco covered that the "babe" m her arms caster, Ky., two Kellerstrass White Hon. J. Mort Rothwell 111. didate. The present management will grower, and who is doubtless about the was nothing more than a small dog, Edd Orpington cockerels; to Mrs. We learn through the medium of our continue the long established custom of most successful grower of the weed in which she had tactfully clothed to reGentry, of Worthville, Ky., ten S. C. child, having a W Leghorn pullets and one cockerel exchanges that Hon. J. Mort Rothwell the Record to offer this space at the the state, is being importuned from all semble the image of a Mr. regular rates. While we are not res- sides fbr tobacco seed. Mr. Kelly usu- thin veil over the "purp's" face so that is seriously ill in Crab Orchard. same breed. Rothwell has been in failing health for ponsible for the statements made con- ally saves considerable seed, and this its appealing" eye3 would penetrate Quarterly meeting at the Methodist several years, but his malady seems to cerning the candidate, we will not per- branch of the industry is assuming no the heart and pocket of an unsuspectChurch In Lancaster Saturday and Sun-- 1 have taken a turn for the worse. A mit anything published of an offensive mean proportions, as the seed brings ing public. $1. per ounce or $10. per pound. This day. Rev. W E. Arnold the presiding host of friends back here in his home nature in this connection. Unusually Large Number Of Cases Of Elder of the Danville Distiict will county are wishing him a speedy and Desirable space is usually engaged is but another striking example of the several issues in advance and any one good results to be derived from careful preach Saturday morning at 10:30 Sat- complete recovery. Disease. urday night at 7;30, Sunday at 11 A. M. wishing to use our space for this pur- and practical farming. Mumps, measles, cnicken pox and pose in any of the next four issues Sunday night at 7. Lewis Landram Here Monday. few scattering cases of dintheiia have Quit Borrowing. should see our Business Manager. Uusiness session ot the conference prevailed in town and throughout the Saturday morning after preaching. Editor Lewis Landram of the Danwould be a poor carpenter that It Let all the brethren of the conference ville Messenger was in town Monday Hon. Jere Sullivan Stricken With Paralysis would try to work without tools, yet countv this winter, but the fatalities These diseases usually A and escaped long enough from the be present. Its God's business. many farmers go through life, borrow- have been few. crnfined to children, have been no re- In While Busy In His Office invitation to all to come and en- hearty handshakings of his legion of cordial ing and doing without things that are persons this time and old and S. H. Pollitt. joy the preaching. just as needful as tools to the carpen- spector of been afflicted alike with inenus on me streec to mane me recRichmond. young have ord force, every one of whomisexcept-tionall- v ter. them, for instance, Mr. Jo Burnside fond of him, a pieasant call. Hon. Jere Sullivan was stricken with Every farmer needs a tarpaulin, yet Your Bills are past due, No grand daughter Miss Jchn-ett- a one who ever left Lancaster has paralysis at his office on last Monday, many depend upon borrowing or doing and his little Farra have both been sufferers I need money to meet my more friends back in the old home than the disease first being perceptible in his with out. Hundreds of loads of tobacco from the mumps, as well as other obligation. Please come in Lewis, and they are confined to no par- left arm, but afterward his entire let were sent tj market the past week ults and children in that particular adloeverybody is glad side became'involved. He was removed without proper protection, causing a walk in cality. and settle at once. Rella I ticular him, andlife, he would come to his apartments at the Hotel Glyndon loss to the owners wish to see that would more than I of tener. Arnold. where he remains in such a precarious have paid for the best tarpaulin while Housewives League. condition as to seriously alarm his some have lost enough to pay for half The members of the Woman's Club friends. Mr. Sullivan has been a very a dozen tarpaulins. of Lexington have organized a branch busy man for several years, with his of the Housewives League with Mrs. Dix River To Be Dammed. law practice and other matters, and the F. O. Young, a former resident of Lanrecent campaign which ho underwent It is stated that the Dix River Power caster as its President. The League is added to the stress of his duties. Plant Co. has been capitalized in New a branch of the National organization His host of friends in Garrard county York at $4,000,000.00. Adam will be of that name, and has for its object the B St are hoping that a complete lest may erected across Dix River eight miles enforcement of the laws which effect bring to him a speedy recovery. north ol Lancaster, the plant now seems food supplies, the family health, the a certainty, options have already been cost of living and to secure further legCounty Court Day. secured on all property which would be islation, when necessary to those ends. Last Monday was one of the best, affected by the back water. It is educational, defensive and conbiggest, bustlingest Court days we have In the event of its erection, power structive, insisting upon full weight seen for some time. Some of the civic will be furnished for the electric light and measure, upon cleanliness in the organizations in Lexington and other plants in Lexington, Nicholasville, handling of food and to protest against towns are protestig against "County Harrodsburg, Richmond, Danville and the exposure of foods offered for sale Court Days" on account of the dirt and Lancaster, with the possibility of a to exposure to filth, or contamination. noise. We are glad we are not so network of interurbans south of KenCan You Beat It. aesthetic. The noise and bustle, the tucky River. littering up of our streets does not Mr. I. C. Rucker of Paint Lick, beWhat About Our Fair? compare with the time honored custom sides being one of the best millers in in which our friends from far and near The weather is still cold and it looks the state, is a poultry man of no mean meet to swap horses, shake hands with out of place to begin talking Fair this ability. the candidates, mingle with friends early, but the time of preparing for While in that thriving little city last and exhibit their live stock. All honor war is in time of peace, and the sooner Saturday he gave us the following data to Court Day; one day in every month we begin preparations, the better Fair and we are willing to vouch for it. At it transforms our town into a hustling, we will have. We would like to ask the beginning of the year 1912 he had bustling, jostling mart, and we look first, do the K of P's contemplate giv- 150 hens and from that flock in twelve forward to it as a day, not only set ing another Fair this year, if not then months he sold $153.52 worth of eggs, apart for business, but to meet our other arrangements can be made. Any after supplying his family with all the friends. The latchstring of the Rec- way, now is the time to begin. eggs needed and fried chicken in abundord office always hangs on the outside. Concessionists are already beginning ance. His gross receipt from eggs being making up their routes, and one of them . Hurrah Citizens Of Garrard County Awak will pay 25 per cent more for a $153.52 aad a feed expenditure of $49. privilege now than he would three left him a net profit of $104.52, besides en To The Virtue Of An Enterprise months later. Let's be up and doing. an increase of thirty pullets to his flock. One half gill per day to the hen, Which The Record Has Ardently James Arbuckle Well Known Yonng Far- of whole corn, oats and screenings, Advocated Through Its Colkept them fat and healthy during the mer Dies Of Carbolic Acid Poisoning. entire year. umns For Two Years. James Arbuckle, a well known young Much To Be Deplored. The citizens of Lancaster - and Gar- farmer who resided near Silver Creek rard county have at last decided to take in Madison county died Tuesday night The Metropolitan have put into force some concerted accion toward the es- at his home the result of drinking car- a move which they have long had in tablishment of a Loose Leaf Tobacco bolic acid. Mr. Arbuckle had been to contemplation, namely the discontinuMarket, and pursuant to a call issued Paint Lick in the afternoon and re- ance of the issuing of policies to colorby the citizens and signed by Messrs turning home he inquired of his wife if ed people. Their local agent, Mr. HenA. R. Denny, B. F. Hudson and R. E. she had any buttermilk, she replied in ry Simpson, has received instructions McRoberts. are as we go to press hold- the affirmative and went to the kitchen to accept no more new colored business. ing a meeting in the directors room of to get it for him; on returning to the This does not mean that the people alme citizens .national sanK at wnicn it room her husband was gone and she ready insured may not keep up their tangible plans will be found him on the porch; he told her he policies, but that no new ones will be , is hoped some adopted looking toward the erection of had swallowdd carbolic and, she as- issued. Those who are already insured a market second to none in the state, sisted him into the house and seated had best be very careful not to allow and fully adequate to handle the im- him in a chair and immediately went their policies to lapse, as once out they This move mense tobacco crop of the entire coun- about summoning assistance and a can secure no insurance. coming of another season, as physician, but he died before either upon the jjart of the insurance people ty by the is very much to be deplored, as our well as that of such of our neighboring could reach him. Mr. Arbuckle was 36 years of age colored people as a genaral thing carcounties as may see proper to patronize it. In attendence at this meeting is and besides his wife, who before her ried a Dolicv for every member of the Mr. F. J. Manley of Lexington, one of marriage was a Miss Collins, the daugb familv. and aside from a respectable county, is funeral, a small sum was left to their the most prominent architects in the ter of Joe Collins state, and a specialist on tobacco ware- survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. heirs. Many a worthy colored person houses, who is expected to give the M. F. Arbuckle and one brother Will has had a respectable funeral through meeting many valuable pointers, and Arbuckle, all of whom reside near the instrumentality of the Metropolitan, who, if they can get that far along in Silver Creek. The deceased was a who otherwise would have had to have the matter, will submit plans for the cousin of Messrs A. R. and J. N. Den- been buried at the expense of the coun ny of this county. He was a highly i ty. proposed warehouse. We will give full details of the meet- respected young man and leaves aj The order received by Mr. Simpson ing in the next issue of the Record and multitude of friends to mourn his loss applies to the "Lexington district" hope to have some good news to impart After funeral services at the home on whose jurisdiction he works, and we do to our readers in regard to this most Thursday morning, hiB remains were not know whether or not it is to be general. interred in the Richmond cemetery. laudable enterprise. . County Clerk J. W. Hamilton has finished his recapitulation of the work of the county Board of Supervisors, which by the way was a very onerous job to which very little remuneration is attached. His report show the taxable property of Garrard county for the year 1913 to be $6,560,185. as against $6,488,326. in 1912, which indicates that the board made raises amounting to $71,759. for the current year. The assessor listed 1211 dogs for taxation, and the revenue derived from this source will go to reimburse the farmers for the sheep destroyed by the worthless curs of the county. Mi. W. A. Arnold has purchase J the The editor of the Elizabethtown News of Mr. Clay Dunn for the is not only lucky in being able to spend six weeks in Florida, but has the star mail route from this place to Nichextreme good fortune to be in William olasville, and took possession of the Jennings Bryan'3 Sunday school class, line last week. Mr. Arnold has puras he is also sojourning at Miami, Fla. chased an automobile which he will place in the service, :nd which will en- Give Them A Trial. able him to carry passengers quickly Mr. L. N. Miller of this office and and comfortably on the run. his brother Willie have secured the agency for Schulz's cut flowers and funeral designs and are prepared to supply same on short notice. These faith-fuPt- o bo3-- s are energetic, painstaking, any trust and will greatly appreciate any order that may be given them. Harding For Governor. lH i NX illi A G onscientious Job We desire to convince you that you can leave your plumbing to us and rest assured of receiving a plumbing equipment installed the way you want it and which will stay that way. How will we do it? By giving you a detailed specification fully covering the work to be done and u e will Guarantee all work ., to be done in accordance iwith the specification. A further assurance of lasting satisfactory equipment will be to have us install "$ttmclarci" plumbing fixtures which are guaranteed by the manufacturers to give 5 or 2 years service (according to grade), but will most likely give you many more years service. m I i- i -i i 3 !l J - L) vSU A if D Ivu 9 &CS'i3CSfC&2ES3X& lie 33 AKN For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wagons and Harness. W ROMANS. " Groceries STAPLE, FANCY, SELECT. x Come, Get Prices and See J Who Are Your Friends That Live and Let Live. I Meats Only The Best. DAVIDSON & DOTY t t t t CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. H&2&X&3Cm& ' r i , A - J J t I .. - . "T. 3.- - - cCL'Aftr-.Ciw - .. - yLfr - M frhf'- - .- s. .. AJ- 1 - S- - 3" . - T - t ',,'....'- ;- - . h. ' s , K pi i in imnmii-mM- iiMt0mUit0KmmmmiimmMt4,tlt, I ffffiagSj;: ii'hH i i 44444i484$4xJS4ff?rgE?ir 4mmimmiHm. i vi'tmmmnttUilr.uttaHu ijjiiiAti' i'i njiniiu iiill)in '" i'i n )(ii.i K.n;K::Tg i&v&&&l&$&$fr&&$&Q4 gKSS ta5tfKr5'fci-r'ftS- LAST 33IC3- - 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 week will find us ready to receive ourimmense SPRING STOCK of CLOTHING which is now being Tailored for us. cm $12.50 Suits NOW One more week will end our Great Reduction Sale on Clothing and Overcoats Look at the foUowin2 PrIces for OTJT $10.00 Suits NOW IUsT (T nr OLOTIEECIIN'G- - ZPIREOIEDS &fk new,clean,stylish goods. & Blacks, Blues and all staples as well as Fancy Goods go in this Sale. 1 65 4.3 4IO.3 "jr $15.00 Suits NOW (4 41. ir 4)1 1 J $20.00 Suits NOW Let us fit you up in this last week cut price sale. 4l4.3 ' t i JAS. W. SMITH, House s Of to-da- BdUL&assHJsacSgJe Quality Ssa9S9&fSS9BIWEWESoR lr i prove of inestimable value from a as officials of the county for the next sent by registered mail, this was Book Lovers Contest Tail Approves Plan For Memorial To Maj. Schools Of Garrard County Already Up monetary value to our home citizens, four years will soon be upon us. Ac- received two weeks ago by the president The usual greeting in Lancaster is, Butt. and would add materially to both the tivity upon the part of the candidates of the Senate, one is forwarded by To A High Standard To Be Maincorporated. "did vou get the book today", as every year. wealth and prestige of the county, and is already noticable. Your aid will be special messenger and the third is filed one seems to be working on the Courier Washington. Jan. 25 Designs for the $1.00 a Issued Weekly. terially Improved In The which could just as well have been or- urgently sought. Before you are com- with the federal judge of the district in i memorial to Major Archibald W. Butt, ganized by home men and financed by mitted too far it is well for the voters which the electoral college met, and in Journal and Times book lovers contest, personal aide to President Taft, and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Near Future. to consider the merits of the applicant. the event of the failure of the registered Here is hoping some one in our tewe Francis Millet, the artist, two Washing. home capital. will land a thousand dollars. R. L ELKIN, Business Manacer. In the last quarter of a century there If he has held office previously, with letter and the messenger to arrive, the tonians lost with the Titanic, was apwhat efficiency did he perform the federal judge is called upon for his copy proved y The cause of education in Garrard by the President. The Entered at the Tost Office In Lancaster, Ky., has been a sufficient amount of GarSo Near Yet So Far. of the vote. Mail Matter. rard county capital invested, and lost, duties required or expected? as Second-Clasmemorial, a fountain with a shaft rising county is receiving an impetus here The editor of The Messenger is deep- from its center, will be on oublic tofore unknown in the history of the It is very probable'that there will be in "town lots" in alleged boom towns, Member Kentucky Press Association Building & Loan Stock in foreign com- issues raised between candidates for The time was never more propitious ly grateful for congratulations he has grounds near the White House. On one county, and which is rapidly bringing and panies and other like wild cat ventures, nomination. Ths determination of the for the organization of a Loose Leaf received by reason of the report from side of the shaft will be a figure in bas- - the educational facilities to the atEighth District Publishers League. which had it been judiciously invested issues may be of more importance to Tobacco" Warehouse Co. in Lancaster. Washington that he will receive a snug relief, representing art. and on the od- - tention of the outside world, a fact at home, to make Lancaster one of the you and your county than the personal Men upon all sides are favorable to the sam from the Government. The pay- posite side, a figure representing an which tends to bring more people to leading business centers, and manu- fortune of the individual you are now scheme. Every day we hear merchants, ment has several more gauntlets to run, armed knight, Daniel French, a New the county for the purpose of receiving Lancaster, Ky., January 31, 1913. facturing towns in this part of the inclined to support. Is it unwise to bankers, farmers and every class of and, as there's many a slip twixt the cup York architect, designed the memorial. the advantages thus offered. The success of the recently estabstate, as well as provide a home mar- give the candidates an opportunity to citizens express themselves as favorably and the lip, we are not justyetnegotia-tin- g the purchase of a new cob pipe and Democrats Not As Ravenous As They lished consolidated school Rates For Political Announcements ket for every product of Garrard coun- detail to the public what benefits he inclined toward such an undertaking and at Paint Lick can promise through his office, if elect- willing to help the matter along financial extra "twist" of tooacco. Danville has aroused the patrons in other parts For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 ty soil. Once Were. ed? However well you may believe the ly. Money can accomplish much, but not Messenger. of the county, and now a consolidated 10.00 "or County Offices Lack of cooperation is the principal everything, and money will not of itself Col. W. P. Walton writing editorial- school is to be established in the northFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 reason that may be assigned for this public affairs of your county may be bring this scheme to a successful finish, May Have Grown At Home. ly in the Lexington Herald says: ern end of the county, embracing the .10 state of affairs. If we seek to start now conducted, there is, perhaps, room For Calls, per line takes push, energy and cooperation, Young lady did you ever stop to study "Except in a few instances, like the schools of Lindendale, Buena Vista and .10 an enterprise of some description in for improvement. The candidate who it For Cards, per line can convince the public that he com- and when these necessary qualifications as to where that beautiful fur set you Danville internal revenue district, Polly's Bend with an aggregate For all publications in the interthe town or county, and the proposed of 213 pupils. The County (scheme appear laudable upon its face. prehends fully the requirments of the are linked with the necessary capital, are wearing came from? Well it might where every other man seems to be est of individuals or expresoffice he wants and that he can serve then will we see a market established have grown right here at home. There an applicant for collector, there is not Board of Education, sion of individual views, per the body in whom and you go out and approach the peohere. are a great many minks, cats, coons that mad tush by the Democrats for authority in such matters is vested, 1116 ple in regard to it, those to whom it the public better than his opponent that was anticipated. has sanctioned the move, and a suitand 'possums in this county, and the Federal-office- s Obituaries, per line appeals generally say: "Well I will ought to have more consideration at The death of Mr. Edward Mudd, numDer oi sKunK exceed all other var True there are those who seem to able building will be erected me pons irom tne electors than mere ; take some stock in at some it if vou can get it warden of the Frankfort penitentiary mints. The latters fur is very valuable think that office holding is the chief centrally located point, most ' readily and right there is where the rub personal regard or friendship. Voting We are authorized to announce the up", is regretted throughout the state. and is made up into costly articles. AH end of man and are scrambling for the accessible to all points in the new discandidates as a mere- personal facomes in; who is going "to get it up"? for following candidates for Democratic Duing his tenure of office, he established kinds of fur ha3 been exceedingly high pie counter, but they, we are glad to trict. The people of Buckeye Surely if vou are sufficiently interested vor has long been a mistake. The el and Nominations. should ection of a person to office is an em- a record of being one of the best this season and trappin g has been very say, are in the minority. Things have Bryantsville also have such a move in in it to take stock, that interest i n the country and profitable. Nearly every do a certain work for the criminologists other farmer changed since 1885, when after an contemplation, and it will not be many reach far enough to allow you to as- ployment to For Stale Senator. promotion. Everybodys public. Personal employments are not instituted reforms at Frankfort for boy you meet has a line of traps, a cat interim of twenty four years the years before we will see splendid High sist in its which the state is greatly in his debt. bring3 from $2. to $3., a mink $5. and Democrats came into power". Schools all over the county. business is nobodys business, and be- usually based upon favors or friendCLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. more according to quality, and many of The Board of Education has adopted of the fact that no one is suffi- ships ulor.e. Employment or election Boyle County. cause Of Pueblo Indians of the fifteenth the boys have realized goodly sums Mose Cottreli Arrested In Louisville Under a rule for the transferring of pupils ciently interested to assist in "getting of public servants should not be. century are said to have danced the from their traps. now entered in the local High School to it'up", the scheme must be abandoned For Representative. An Indictment Found In The Garrard "grizzly bear." We will be doing a the newly established outlvintr school until such time ss some stranger shall When a taxpayer in this country great deal for the future generation if Well Remembered Here. which will enable these pupils to have JOHN M. FARRA. come-alonand for so much bonus, sees that a contract ha3 been let for a Circuit Court Charging Him l it leave-- the full history of the me auvaniage oi a good school nearer J. R. MOUNT. very easily succeed in establishing an public improvement the first thing he we Mrs. Raymond McCarty who wa3 origination of "turkey trot," the to their home, and will also obviate enterprise which might just as well says or thinks is; "More graft". So cruelly murdered by her drunken hus With The Killing Of "bunny hug," and "jelly wabble." the necessity of paying board aa manv For County Judge. have been promoted by home people inbred has become this idea of "Comband in Cincinnati last week will be reof these pupils are now compelled to do, and for home people. membered here as the talented little in Politics," Commercialism mercialism WJIWard. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. The Balkan Allies are wondering how Miss Jennie as well as other expenses and discom Carr of Somerset. SeverThe time has arrived when would the in Town Authorities" that every one Woodrow Wilson stopped JAMES A. BEAZLEY. the "Turkey al years ago during the progress At the last term of the Garrard circuit forts which they are now of a necessitv of in office may know, be he honest or people of this county keep abreast of the Trot", with a frown of disapproval. an compelled to endure. the spirit of the times, they must get dishonest his public acts are being This is one time a frown is mightier "Bluegrass School Tournaments", Miss court the grand jury returned Sheriff. For The attendence at the Paint I.Mc Carr as a representaive of the Somer- indictment against Mose3 Cottreli depending upon a watched by two "R's" Reporters and out of this habit of than the sword. set schools, won elocution prizes at charging him with the killing of William school has far exceeded all kttuk. few of their citizens to do all the pro- Reformers. C. A. ROBINSON. Lebanon and Stanford and proved to be H. Ward. The grand jury at a previous tions and has reached .150 in nnmhpr. In one way this is right in another it moting that is to be done for the good ASHBY ARNOLD. A man may become too blase to buy a youthful prodigy, and because of her term of court had failed to indict Cot which necessitated the employment of of the county. They must develop a is wrong. In the first place the voter W. L. LAWSON. spirit of cooperation, must put Gar- should feel that all officials both major tickets to a theater, '.to an aviation meet, polite manner and splendid talent was treli and he had located in Louisville. an aaaitionai teacher. Miss Minnie W. S. CARRIER. to a prize fight, is the rard county money behind Garrard and minor are men who would never who doesn't get but where over a man quite popular. She spoke here on one Sheriff Ballard notified the Louisville Johnson of Lancaster was the latest dog occasion. She married Raymond Mc- officers, who had no trouble in finding addition to their faculty, which brings excited county enterprises, ana put their own allow the taint of dishonesty to enter For County Attorney. fight Carty, the soft of, at that time, one of Cottreli at bis boarding house, and he their number up to four. However, individual push and energy behind their any work in which they are interested. G. B. SWINEBROAD. the leading merchants of Somerset, was arrested and returned to this city the additional expense of the fourth money. When you awake to a realiza-- , The business propositions of any town GREEN CLAY WALKER. but drink got the better of him, and he on last Friday to await his trial at the teacher will be more than paid by the An Unique Enterprise. tion of this fact, then you will see the should be placed in the hands of men went from bad to worse, and the cul- next term of the Garrard circuit court, revenue derived from pupils attending best county in the state of Kentucky of sound judgment, good morals and Garrard county can boast of an un- mination of their wedded For Jailer. integrity; men we know can and will ique assume the proportions in the eyes of life was her a member of the Louisville police force who live outside the district. M133 manufacturing enterprise. The death at his hands. She left two little bringing him here. Cottreli had been Johnson is one of the leading teachers the world that she should hav assumed carry a work to a successful fruition, "factory" consists of Mr. Sam J. children, boys, aged JACK ADAMS. a quarter of a century ago. There is a men who need no watching and where Hurt and his three and five working while in Louisville at his trade of the county, and the good people of DAVE ROSS. pocketknite, and this years, respectively. that of a carpenter, and when arrested Paint Lick are to be congratulated on lurking feeling in the breast of the no safe guards have to be used to presame unpretentious factory is noted all expressed much surprise at the charge securing her services. any scheme put forward vent dishonesty. The tax payer has farmer that For Assessor. over the United States. Mr. Hurt Too much praise cannot be meted Wills Probated. by the "town men" is simply a scheme the right to know the cost and expendiunder which he was apprehended. manufactures by hand a splendid cob out to those who are exerting their to "do him"; now candidly, would a tures on all public property, to know The wills of threelately deceased GarDAVE C. SANDERS. pipe, for which he has established a Warden Mudd Of Frankfort citizen of your native town do you any the facts in every case. If not, why Penitentiary every effort for the improvement of E. B. RAY. wide reputation. His pipes have been rard county Reaple were admitted to the schools of the county. Nothing is quicker than the oily tongued stranger not? Our slogan has always been to J. B. COLLIER. smoked from Maine to California and Pba,te in the county court Monday. Who Died Last Week Introduced of more value to a pgunty than good I who sold you that patent churn or that "Boost" and we hope it will always r ., t , . 1QI1 Bv 1119 will rintnrl Tan- 11 W. L. HUFFMAN. - """ . "" "" schools, nothing redounds more to the worthless piece of farm machinery, continue thus but we will not refrain irom tne iatces to tne uuu. and not a iy. o. " Many Innovations In Prison waiKer aevisea mat his wife few of them are to found in the halls of credit of a community than an interest and by the time you had ascertained its from expressing our disapproval of in For School Superintendent. Congress. Every pipe is whittled out should share in his estate under the in its educational facilities, nothing Reform worthlessness, was hundreds of miles competent service or graft. by hand from a selected cob, then fitted laws of descent and distribution of the MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. tends more away, enjoying your hard earned coin? state of Kentucky; the residue of his Warden Edward Everett Mudd, of a county,to increase the population with a cane stem a foot in length, a desirable increase, peoCould your fellow townsman afford to Uniting several school For Magistrate. when it is ready for service. These estate was to bo divided among his warden of the Kentucky Penitentiary ple who take an interest in the weldo this? If he did do such a thing, you children, share and share alike, with in Frankfort, who died in that city last into one by our Board of Education in pipes are very much desired by critical fare of a county, than good schools; 1st District. could at least have the satisfaction of the exception of his son, Towles, who week.after a short illness of acute the various parts of the county ap smokers, as they absorb the nicotine, and we do not believe there is a person JOHN N. WHITE. being able to tell him of it, and to pears to be a wise move. When these and to have a new pipe you only need because of a physical disability was to indigestion, had establised an enviable in the county, certainly WALTON E. MOSS. not one who warn your neighbors against him, have an additional $1000. His wife reputation all over the country for his several small districts are consolidated to insert a new stem. The pipe with reads the Record, but who will adSHIPTONH. ESTES. which he most assuredly could not afproper care will last for years, and Mrs. Fannie Walker was named as his success in the handling of prisoners, mit that in the last few years the Board of Education provides a DAVIS SUTTON. nothing ford and would not desire. modern school building that will ac smoker say "the older the better". executrix without bond, and in the and had introduced into the conduct of has been left undone that would as 2nd District. Lay aside these old fogy ideas, come commodate all that mav attend and the They retail from ten cents to "five dol event his personalty was not sufficient the penal institutions many humane sist the cause of education in the counout of your shell, cultivate a spirit of building is located in the most acces- - lars each, and so great is the demand to pay his debts and the above men reforms that had worked wonders in the ty. CHARLES C BECKER. Those who are familiar with the TAYLOR T. BURDETT. mendiiness and cooperation with your sible portion of the new district. The that Mr. Hurt is always from 10 to 50 tioned bequest, she was authorized to handling of the great Lumber of condition of the schools of the county home town and town people, come in larger district after the consolidation dozen behind with his orders. dispose of his real estate for that pur prisoners under his charge. He as compared LOGAN ISON. with their condition tpn and investigate what they are trying enables the Board to furnish the nec pose. abolished the use of the inhuman years ago will readily see what a mar- to do, see with your own eyes what essary teachers who may so classify The Following The will of Mr. John P. Long left to "bloody strap" for the punishment of Kea Is Self Explnatory And Is improvement has been made in ' Lack of cooperation upon the part schemes they are fostering, see if their the pupils as to conduct a his wife, Mrs. Fannie Long all bis es recalcitrant prisoners, established the that modern time. of the people of Lancaster and Gar- plans are feasable.then if it looks good, graded school in the county districts. Being Sent To All Its Agents And tate both real and personal during her use of knives, forks and cbinaware at The example set by those interested rard county has seriously hampered aid with your counsel, your labor and There are no more grades of studies prisoners meals, established a in life time, to do with as she might see the the cause of education is one that Employers. the growth of the town and the wel- your means. proper, at her death the remainder to moving picture show within the walls people in one of these consolidated school than interested in other crying needs fare of the county in the years gone When this is done, we will see a in an average district school, be divided among, all his children, share for the amusement and edification of of To Officers, Agents And Employes. and with the county would do well to emulate. by, and more from this cause than tnrutier ana a more progressive com- three or four well qualified teachers to Because of many inquiries from and share alike. In the event that any the prisoners, abolished the. wearing- of The splendid condition now existing is from any other, we remain a town of munity and a happier and more con- conduct the school after being divided employes and others, it is deemed one of his children should become dis- stripes, established a grading system, due to the energy and cooperation of fifteen hundred souls, when had we tented people. into grades is the apparent advantage. proper to state the attitude and policy satisfied with the terms of his will, or by which a prisoner migh profit by hi3 those interested, and these two displayed the proper amount of push nowir. should attempt to set it aside, that good behavior, instituted a court of While enlarging the districts may in- of The Adams Express Company toward ful agents when workine harmoniously and energy, we would have had a convenience some who reside in the re- the Parcel Post inaugurated on the 1st child should not participate under the inquiry, was the first warden in this together, never fail in the attainment of five thousand thriving busy town Fitness and qualification of appli- mote parts, the improvement in the instant: wilL The will was dated October 7, country to organize a base ball team of splendid results. people. cants for office is the first considera- school benefits will justify those perThe Company appreciates that the 1911, and his son Robert Long was nam, among the prisoners and within the us a slang expression, there is tion, was the sentiment expressed by To walls, and many other humane sons to suffer such and provide means Parcel post has been established in ed as executor without bond. We have the agency for the famous too much of a tendency to "Let George President-elec- t ' Woodrow . Wilson, Under the will of Mr. W. E. Amon innovations which were calculated to response to?a widespread and persistent to have their childien in attendance. Ferndell brand of goods. do it", rather than put your own hands while acting as Governor of New demand, and anticipates it has come to dated Feb. 24, 1911 his wife, Katharine render prison life a little less miserable tf. Theo. Cnrrev. to the plow, There is no earthly rea- Jersey he recently reappointed over a stay. The Company's policy will be to Amo is to receive one half of bis es- for those who were so unfortunate as son why Garrard county capital should loyal democrat, a republican who had Editor John S. Lawrence of the Cadiz devote Its energies to rendering a tate. The residue, after the erection of to be incarcerated. Pecaliar Accident. not underwrite any business enterprise performed satisfactorily the required Record, arrived in Wrshington last service even more efficient and a monument upon his lot in the Stanford He was a friend to the prisoners and which might be undertaken, but in- public duties. Political leaders do not Saturday bearing the electoral vote of satisfactory than in the past, and all cemetery to cost $500., and the pay- was held in high esteem by them, and A very peculiar accident befell Mr. stead of such being the case, if an im- generally take so generous a position the State of Kentucky and delivered officers and employes are directed to ment of an additional $500. to his after his body was placed in the casket James Walker last week, and as a re provement is contemplated or 'an in- in dealing with their opponents and we the same to Senator Gallinger, president exert every effort to that end. The daughter Mrs. Lucy Moberly, was to it was wheeled into the prison chapel sult this well known gentleman has Is desired to be established, we feel sure that the President elect will protempore dustry of the Senate. Mr. Company does not wish any of its be divided between his son Dr. J. A. in order that the prisoners might have suffered considerably. Mr. Walker needs must seek not only the assistance find suitable democrats for most all ap- Lawrence was acting in the capacity of employes to adopt a policy of faultfindirg Amon. his daughter Mrs. Lucy A. Mob- a last look at him. As a mark of the wa3 in the act of getting into his bugof someone from a distance to organ- pointments after March 4th. But as special messenger and was accompanied toward the Parcel Post, but expects erly, his grand son, John Miley Amon high esteem in which he was held by gy when he gave a very hearty sneeze, ize the enterprise, but we must enlist between democrats the efficiency in to the senate rhamber by Senator-ele-ct them by their efficiency to demonstrate and his grand daughter Mary Amon his late charges, a contribution of $100. breaking a rib of the right side. Althe assistance of foreign capital in public service and the 'merit system' Ollie James. to its patrons the necessity for the' Holtzclaw. Mrs. Katherine Amon, his was made among the convicts for the1 though Mr. Walker is able to be about, order to carry out the plans and to es- suggested .will be generally approved. Under the law, three copies , of. the Express Company's distinctive service' wife,"nd Ms son Dr. J. A. Amon were pu pose of purchasing a handsome he continues to suffer excruciating tablish an enterprise which would The selection of those who will serve electoral vote is made, one of these is named as joint executors without-bond- .' floral design. W. M. Barrett, President pain. Richmond Climax. The Central Record V I' 1 - 1 V ...... " 1LT ts - -- LIT- -- 4t ..' s Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. in E & tfXAm CENTRAL 'J ECO JLu .F ,fla,fA a cm m .vjf" o w Section Mo. NUMBER 2. PURE RELIGION UMARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913. i?igtfTfv -- 43. Kj riy e ZSTSSFSgS&S&SSgSt&l isswwgsssssagsasssBiEKassEssBss E h H 1 b Er 11 PD 833 m mh lflH BttS m QL BL JHkiL kB kH flk k k 1 s Clipped and Recleaned are the kind you want to sow. An examination will convince you. Ofi BEEJS3&SnfcXSBXSSSaH3se8 Prices are right. A mm 0U Our stock is larger and better than ever. Prices are advancing daily and you will save money by engaging your clover AT ONCE. nPff mmmmmmm ll TfS Q fb & i You will never find a better time to nut vnnr land in Blue Grass as seed are cheaper than ever before. We J vw AAAa.kvrk.AKJ ft UltM V&WAIUAU UW W IWWV Our reduced price of 14c. on Straight Creek, brought the business, and for a limited time we will sell, loaded on your wagon, with forks, our coal, for next to the gate, as farmers best know it, or Wilton Semi-Cann- el Take out a barrel of flour next time your wagon is in town. We guarantee every barrel to please or refund your money. IScts S r- Phone 26. j i i j TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE WHY HESITATE? r0 p&G!tttyS&i0&&if&t te"fcaA WiW5wWW End Disgusting Risk It. For To the Public We & LITTER NEEDED BY POULTRY An Offer That Involves No Try a sack of our a $ CATARRA Money Back From R. Son It Catarrah E. McRoberts Does Not Nisery are Agents for Parisian Sage, and we Know the Guarantee is is Genuine Those Who Accept One of Most Essential Requirements of Chicks, as It Promotes Grrcwth Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. that $ Its always good, clean and wholesome. We sell the GOAL at lowest prices. Try a load. v I Garrard Milling 6o. &&&&&&&& s &&t?m$&i ' We are so positive our remedy will relieve constipation, that we offer to furnish it free of all cost if it fails. Constipation is caused by weakness of the nerves and muscles of the large intestine or descending colon. To expect relief you must therefore tone up and strengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our guarantee. They are eaten like candy, and are particularly ideal for children. They act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowels. They have a neutral action on the other organs or gland3. They do not purge or cause any inconvenience whatever. They act to overcome chronic or habitual constipation and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments. Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes, 10c and 25c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. Leave Ydu. 4, ISfeJkE s?a A Picture of Contentment H 1 ?A All men look pleased when they smoke this choice tobacco for all men like the rich quality and true, natural flavor of MummuL I if 5 Smoked in pipes by thousands of men everywhere known to cigarette smokers as "the makings." We take unusual pride in IJggett & Myers Duke's Mixture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco and every sack we make i.. a iiallenge to all other tobacco manufacturers. Ker. Se sack of this famous tobacco contains one and a half ounces of choice granulated tobacco, in every way equal to the best you can buy at any price, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers TIiLE. If jon have not smoked the Duke's Mixture made by the Liggett 4 Myrs Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C, try it now. Save the coupons. With them you can get all sorts of valu able presents articles suitable foryoung and eld ; men, women, boys and girls. You'll be delighted (o see what you can get free without one cent of cost to you. Get our new illustrated catalog. A a special offer, we will tend it free during December and January only. Your name and address on a postal will bring it to you. Coupons from Duke's CQJpBPet xr tt - s Get a Camera with the Coupons I i K m MA w3l ft I N sorted wttk tars from HORSE SHOE. J.T.. TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF. GRAN- CER TWIST, coupons from FOUR ROSES UPc tin double coupon), PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CIGAR. ETTES, CUX CIGARETTES, and other tats or coupons issued or w. Mixture may he as- Premium DepL eJSyZSV-Z- I Maeo Go ST. LOUIS, MO. Try the sure way. Breathe Booth's HYOMEI over the sore, germ infected membrane, kill the germs and heal the sore spots. Use the little inhaler that comes with each $1.00 outfit five times through the day. At night use the vapor breathing treatment as directed. Booth's HYOMEI does not contain any harmful drug. It is Australian Eucalyptus combined with offective Listerian antiseptics. HI'KW V S.ST A When the bottle of HYOLEI that comes with your outfit is gone you can get another for 50 cents. Just breathe Master Charlie Dietrich is attending dosing. R. E. Mc- school in Lexington. it no stoii-acRoberts & Son. Mr. Will Scott bought of G. H. Ruble a cow and calf for $55. Read the advertisment of Hudson & Mt. Heiiron Hughes on this page. & Son. Misses Essie and Laura Jennings are Messrs George and Jasper Sherrow visiting relatives in Burgin. are on the sick list. p Mr. Dudley Lane of Nicholasville s Mr, Oakus Montgomery had a nice was a visitor here last week. R. Lee Morris, president of the First milk cow to die last week. National Bank of Chico.Texas, wrote Miss Ruble and Master Hansel Lane Miss Rinda Pettus is slightly the Solace Company as follows: Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to'Mr. Ernest visited in Danville last week. indisposed. Ball a pair of mules price $185. "I want you to send a box of Solace Mr. Wm. Proctor of Burgin is visitto my father in Memphis, Tenn., for Mr. Ham Boone living near Goshen, Read'the advertisement of Hudson & ing his daughter Mrs. Will Scott. which I enclose $1. This remedy has lost a fine mule by death. Hnghes on this page and save money. Mr. Tom Skinner left this week to been used by some friends of mine Mr. Willis Bell has gone to Corbin Mr. F. W. Montgomery sold to Mr. attend Normal School at Richmond. OUR MOST DESTRUCTIVE BIRD here and I must say its action was wonto visit Mr. and Mrs. John Bell. J. W. Vanarsdall his farm for $800. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott will open a derful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Read the advertisement of Hudson & Those of this continuity who were select school here on .Monday Feb. 3rd. I Cooper's Hawk Is Strong Enough to Put up in 25c. 50c and $1. boxM Hughes on this page and save money. reported sick last week are convalesChicken Carry Away Good-SizeIT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Mr. Lewis Middleton underwent an or Cotton-Tal- l Rabbit. Mr. Brogan Roberts sold a nice horse cent AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY operation for appendicitis last Friday. to young Mr. Huston Wilson for $160. Mr. Virgil Vanarsdall of Bedford Ind TAKING SOLACE. "No Special (By W. I ATATEE.) Mr. Carter of Jessamine has been a Mr. and Mas. Thomas Naylor visited has been the guest of his father Mr. J. Cooper's hawk may be taken as a Treatment Schemes or Fees". J UST recent guest of his cousin Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. Will Naylor near Stan- W. Vanarsdall for a few days. type of tho group of hawks whose SOLACE ALONE does the work. Ruble. responsible for the con- Write today for the free box, etc. ford. Mrs, D. M. Montgomery of near Miss Fox of Lancaster closed a suc- habits aro Miss Eva Merryman of near Flat Bryantsville spent a few days with cessful term of school at Polly's Bend demnation of birds of prey as a whole. SOLACE REMEDY CO., This group includes three species: Woods was a visitor of Mrs. J. M. relatives here the latter part of the Friday. Battle Creek. Mich. Cooper's hawk, the week. Cress. Miss Lucretia Skinner who is teach- hawk and the goshawk. They are oftMisses Bettie Scott, Annie Barker ing at Paint Lick spent the week's end en spoken of a blue darters, a name Mr. and Mrs. H. G Cummins, both of whom have been sick, are much and Mr. Homer Humphrey left Monday with her parents. which expresses a characteristic diffor Richmond where they will enter Mr. C. M. Ruble after having under- ference In their manner of bunting better. trom that of other hawks. They Little Annie Dema, the infant school. gone an operation Saturday is reported As Executor of W. E. Amon, deceasMr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow and neice to be doing nicely. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress, ed. I will on Miss Maud Clark were with Mr. and is quiet sick. Mr.. Albert Skinner and" daughter TUESDAY, FEB. 4th. Gus Bartles, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grow Saturday night and at- Miss Jennie visited Mr. Skinner's brohis late residence near Bryantsville, at Mrs. August Bartles, has been very tended preaching at this place. ther at Stanford last week sell to the highest bidder all of the low of typhoid fever but is better now. The children of Mrs. Elizabeth JackDersonal property consisting of the DON'T BE BALD Mr. Richard Bergener living two son gathered at her home Friday Jan.. j following: 24th. and gave her a surprise birthday miles N. E. in Garrard, killed a larg 1 harness mare; 2 yearling Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid heifers; snake of the cowsucker variety a few dinner, this being her 67 anniversary. 2 short horn milk cows; 1 farm wagon, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Growth of Hair. days ago. nearly new; 1 buggy; 1 phaeton; 1 cutThe blue birds have made their Sherrow and family, Mrs. Elishua For We have a remedy that has a record ting narrow; 1 Aharrow; 3 sets buggy bes of McCreary, Mrs. S. N. Morford formerly appearance. They were of retarding baldness and promoting harness; 1 set wagon harness, plow thought to be a reliable sign of spring's and children of Lexington, Mr. and hair growth in 93 out of every 100 casgear, hay frame; 100 barrels of corn, Mrs. Jackson and children, Mr. and approach. es where used according to directions in crib; a lot of baled hay and oat straw; Mrs. Martin Brogle and children. The Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau, of day was enjoypd to the utmost and a for a reasonable length of time. That some miscellaneous farming utensils; near Point Leavell, were visiting John bountiful dinner was served. May she may seem like a strong statement it several stands of bees and household is, and we mean it to be, and no one Naylor and family. Their two bright have many more happy birthdays. and kitchen furniture. All sums of $10 should doubt it until they have put our and under, cash in hand; over that sum, and interesting children were with claims to an actual test. a credit of six months with note with them. approved security bearing six per cent Sample, Stomach We are so certain Rexall "93" Hair Cooper's Hawk. Prof. J. B. Hutchins and wife, who Free interest from date of sale. Tonic will eradicate dandruff, act to have been living in Knox county, have Remedy prevent baldness, stimulate the scalp course over the country at great speed At the same time and place I will ofmoved to .the Green place on Drake's prey by sudden and hair roots arrest premature loss of and capture their fer for sale, the farm consisting of creek. These good folks formerly lived Splendid For Gas, Sourness, Fermentation, seizing their victims while in 210 acres well improved and in a high hair and promote hair growth that we darts, here and have many friends. full flight personally give our positive guarantee occurs state of cultivation. This farm will which hawk, Cooper's Heaviness and Upset Stomach. The Baptist church here has a fine to refund every penny paid us for it in throughout the United States, Is pre- be offered on liberal terms as to paySabbath school, prayer meeting and Send your name and address to every instance when it does not give eminently a "chicken hawk," and is ments, which will be made known on will soon organize a B. Y. P. U. To Buffalo, N. Y.; a entire satisfaction to the user. Booth's by far the most destructive species we day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. much of their success is due to the postal card wiil do. Say "Send me Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleas- have to contend with, not because it J. A. AMON, Executor. efforts of Mr. Thos. J. Carden their sample of and youwillhave ant to use as clear spring water. It is Is individually worse than the gos- W. T. King, Auctioneer. pain taking Supt. so much more an opportunity to try for yourself a delightfully perfumed, and does not hawk, but because it is Rev. W. E. Arnold of Danville, remedy for Indigestior, Dyspepsia, Gas grease or gum the hair. Two sizes, numerous than the aggregate damage presiding elder of this conference tritis or Catarrh of the Stomach that 50.C, and $1.00. With our guarantee done far exceeds that of all other of prey. district, preached here Friday and has relieved and cured thousands upon back of it, you certainly take no risk. birds is strong enough to carry away It Saturday nights at the Methodist thousands of people throughout Amer- Sold only at our store The Rexall a good-sizechicken, grouse, or cotchurch. Rev. Green preached on Sun- ica. Store. R. E. McRoberts & Son. tontail rabbit. It is especially fond of day. He is the pastor of the Stanford So certain are Stomach domesticated doves and when It finds church. a cote, easy of approach, it usually Tablets in anv case of disordered stomtakes a toll of one or two a day. PracSucceed when everything else fails. Derrick Vfarner Lodge 561, F. & A. ach that R. E. McRoberts & Son will tically every stomach of Cooper's hawk In nervous prostration and female following officers for supply you with the distinct underM.. elected the weaknesses they are the supreme examined in experiments have con1913: W. C Cummins, Master; J. L. standing that if you are dissatisfied remedy, as thousands have testified. tained remains of wild birds or poulAnderson, Senior Warden; B. T. Luns-for- with results they will refund the try. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Junior Warden; J. S. Pettus, purchase price. Could anything be STOMACH TROUBLE Stomach Tablets are 1 it is the best medicine ever told Sec'y; H, G. Cummins, Tyler; M. F. fairer? over a druggist's counter; leading recommended by Lawrence, Junior Deacon; T. Y. Shaw, highly pharmacists every, '50c Senior Deacon. well-know- n PARISIAN Sage' the quick-actin- g bair restorer, is guaranteed To stop falling hair. To cure dandruff. To cure itching of the scalp, To put life into faded hair, To make harsh hair soft and luxuriant. To make hair grow, or money back. It is the most delightful hair dressing made, and is a great favorite with ladies who desire beautiful and luxuriant hair. Large bottle only 50 cents. Giroux Mfg Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Amer ican makers. R. E. McRoberts & Son. and Development. (By C. C. SHEHLOCK.) luuita until, Outside cf feed, grit and water, litter is the most important thing about the polutry house. It induces exercise, which is essential to the growth and development of the chicks. The poultryman should always be careful as to the material he supplies for the litter. Be sure it 13 clean and dry never use musty or moldy litter. It Many hen3 have will be disastrous. been killed in musty litter. The litter should bo of a material easily digested, for it is a fact that the fowl3 consume a large per cent, of their litter. Dry leaves make a good litter, but cannot be digested. Straw is excellent for the older fowls, but it is not advisable for the baby chicks. Cut clover or cut alfalfa make the best litter one could provide for tho chicks. It is easily digestible, inexpen-sive- , and Is easily procured. Sand makes a good scratch material, but the little chicks are apt to eat too much of it, as they do not have a very good idea as to what they should eat. A mixture of cut clover and Eand sprinkled on the floors of the brooders is hard to beat. Xever allow the litter to become damp. Dampness is the greatest enemy of chicks. Remove It every day and oftener If the weather is very damp. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not afreet the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon st. d sharp-skinne- d Public Sale! 8fflW d Egectrie! A itters d. A Subscribe for Record r3J - y, rtjAi , y 1 -- r ' 's- - i.--' :W cni,aj3rsi3jrJf SAVE MONET ON YOUR NEXT BUGGY We will save you money because we sell direct from the Manufacturer. In addition to this we are offering at this time a full leather top buggy, leather cushion back, 10 oz., broad cloth line, high padded dash, solid foot, velvet carpet, body 22x56 or 24 by 56, bujlt on ARNOLD'S im- proved patent gear, Shafts Moyer Pattern, heavy hand made irons, wheels 8 Pinneo & Daniel, best 8 Firestone rubber, we are offering plete at $ 5.00. $5.00 extra if solid top is wanted. No old buggies taken on this special price. Yours very truly. 7-7-1 1 com- MNA. Mr. Willie Prather has a very sick boy at this writing. Read the advertismcnt of Hudson & Hughes on "page 3 and save money. Willie Prather and Ben Lunsford sold their tobbacco last week at the Madison Tobacco Warehouse. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and little daughter Lucile were the guests of Mr. James Sanders at Hyattsville Sunday. Mr. R. M. Kelly has accepted a position in West Va. Richard is one of Garrards best boys and we wish him all good luck. Mr. Hugh Gaily and wife of Madison and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hagins were the pleasant guests of Mr. and ft.rs. Morris Ross Sunday. PAINT LICK. Miss Lucy Francis is in Richmond risking friends and relatives. Read the advertisment of Hudson & Hughes on page 3 and save money. Miss Margaret Anderson is the guest o'f Miss Margaret Noland of Richmond. Mrs. M. K. Ross who has been sick for several days is able to be out again. Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick has had for her guest Miss Bessie Tribble of Shelbyville. Mrs. C. E. Williams of Madison Indiana has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Mr. John Rennick returned h me last Saturday after several weeks stay with relatives in Jessamine County. Misses Lucretia Skinner and Minnie Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday with their home folks at Buena Vista, and Lancaster. Miss Loula McWhorter entertained a few friends at a chafing dish party last Saturday night in honor of Mr. Russel Kirk of Richmond. On Saturday night Feb, 1st., the Paint Lick Consolidated High School will give the first of a series of entertainments planned for the term. This will be a minstrel performance given by pupils of the school under the direction of the McKeynolds Bros, aid will doubtless tax the hall to its capacity. business to increase lOftjier cent, and has this week, opened an additional entrance on Main street. With added Mrs. H. J. McRoberts spent Monday equipment and a number of expert main your city the guest of relatives. chinists, his shop now ranks with those Don't try to save money by buying Friends of Mr. A. G. Huffman will be in much larger cities. Mr. Conn is cheap seed. glad to know that he has taken a posi himself an Al machinist, and knows Farm tests are worth more than all that a satisfied customer is one of the the theories. tion with the Richmond Climax. Deep plowing Is necessary to get Misses Sue Rout and Isabella Denny b3t advertisements. Thes3 acomt spent the week end with Mrs. Wm. for the wonderful growth of his busi- the best results. Don't sow alfalfa seed on very reGivens at her country home near Shel- ness. Danville Messenger. cently plowed land. by City. There never were better opportuniObituary. ties in vegetable garden than toMiss Jennie Warren will leave this William Steohen Walker was the day. week to visit her sister Miss Margaret Cabbage growing for kraut facwho is a teacher in the School for the eldest son of John Williams and Jane tories is a peculiarly uncertain busiKavanaugh Walker. Deaf in Columbus. Ohio Mr. Louis Middleton, age 16, died ness. He was born April 11th. 1841. He Build a silo and save much of the Our popu ar and efficient Circuit Tuesday morning at his home'near here after several days intense suffering of Clerk, Mr. J. F. Holdam, who is seri- united witn tne faint 1..1CK Uhurcn in i fodder that would otherwise go to 1964. He was elected an Elder in the waste. appendicitis an operation was performed ously ill at his home on Lancaster Paint Lick Church in 1872, in which Watch your machinery for loose Friday but proved unsuccessful. After street is reported a little better. capacity he faithfully served till his bolts and nuts, and don't forget the the removal of the appendix it was Miss Annie Bronaugh, of Crab Or- oil can. 16, 1913. found to contain an ordinary pin, one chard, who has been the guest of Mrs. death Jan. A half crop of corn can be turned He was twice married. His first end being crooked and around which had s of a crop by saving J. F. Holdam here, will leave this week wife was Miss Belle Denny to whom he Into formed a deposit as large as a peanut. for Kansas City where she will visit was married in 1862, from this marriage the fodder. best acreage-savinTwo of the The pin was imbedded in this. Miss Annie Evans. he leaves one daughter, Mrs. John W. propositions up to the farmers today are silage and alfalfa. Mrs. Richard Hocker entertained a Boland of Huntington West Va. His second wife was Miss Fannie Don't plant the large varieties of cunumber of ladies at dinner on Thursday. Lovd. The dining room was artistically deco. Terrill who with five children survive cumbers, expecting to raise as many rated and the elaborate course dinner him. The children are, John W., Tow-le- s as if the cluster Kind were used. Salsify or vegetable oyster should T., Archibald K., Robert J., and was beautifully served. be left in the ground the same as Miss Margaret Woods Walker. Mrs. Mead Teater visited her par Ficezing improves It. Mr. Clarence Tate went to Louisville We as a session shall miss his faith- parsnips. neck onions are usually seen ents Monday. Thick this week to see his aunt Mrs. M. A. ful service and But we wise council. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Turner visited Prewitt and her daughter Miss Lula bow in humble submission to the will during surh seasons as have wet time of ripening. Sunday. her parents Prewitt Both Mrs. Prewitt and Miss of our all wise Heavenly Father, Who weather at the usual little data on the Although there is subject, alfalfa silage of goo quality Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray visited Mr. Lula sustained very painful injuries in doeth all things well. a street car accident in that city on Resolved 1st. That we hereby ex- would certainly make an excellent hog and Mrs. J. D. Ray Suaday. last Saturday. press to his bereaved family our sympa- feed. Rrad the advertisement of Hudson & ' Some enterprising gardener should Mr. Will Rnrrh nn - nf fhp , thy with them in their great sorrow Hughes on page 3 and save money. men in Lincoln county, who was ! and commit them to the keeping of a work ui a fancy trade on Al vegelar neighborhood of cities of Mr. James Snyder and family visited seriouslv injured in an automobile acci faithful covenant keeping God, Who is tables in the 5,000 or over. his mother Mrs. Bell Snyder Sunday. dent near Lexington a few days ago, able to do both for them and us, abundDriving a wedge with the back of Mr. Coy Sanders and family visited , has been suffering intensely since that antly above all that we can ask or the ax has spoiled many a good tool. Take a paul or beetle to do that Mr and Mrs. James Sanders Sunday. .I time. However, it is thought that it think. will not be necessary to amputate his Resolved 2nd. That these resolutions work and save the ax for Its own use Mr. Earl Long spent Sunday with ' Inn. ua .ma ai, fliwt thnnnhf uci.Ct9oat... be spread upon the minutes of the Ses- work. eg, . a was o uisk. wjuuui. nnnnaan j. his cousins Mr. Reather and Willie His mother is with him at the Good sion, a copy be sent his family, and Put a small handful of meal in the Long. Samaritan Hospital. published in The Christian Observer pail of milk. The calf in licking the pail will get the meal, and after it ... and The Central Record. Misses Stella Ray, Pattie Long and learns to eat this way a small feed) J. N. Denny. Rosa Ray visited Miss Lela Teater Spreading Out. Com ing box can be used to better advanW, M. Eldridge. Sunday. tage. Mr. L. B. Conn, proprietor of the The above resolutions of respect to Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater and Mr. garage on Fourth street, who came to the memory of the late W. S. Walker, Progressive Vocabulary. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker spent this place from Lancaster several were adopted at a meeting of the Board There are only 2,500 cuss words in Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mead months since, has, by courteous treat- of the Paint Lick Presbyterian Church, he English language. Louisville ment and first class service, caused his of which body he was long a member. Sourler-JournAnna Lee and Marguerite, of Lexington, and Mrs. Bryan Ballard, were the guests of Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard and family Sunday and Monday. Mr. Price Collier, of Little Hickman, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Burdette for a short stay. He was nroute to Boyle to see his uncle, Mr. Robert Collier, who has been qnite sick. Mr. Vaughn and family of Marksbury have moved to the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Lucas. The Lucas family having rented the residence of Mrs. H. B. Sweeney where they will boarding house. run an STANFORD. 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Miss Eliza Ison is the guest of friends at Lancaster. Miss Mayme Ballard was in Danville shopping Monday. Mrs. Fanny Bryant has been quite sick for several days. Mr. Thomas Dunn spent several days in Lexington last week. Dr. E. H. Pearce. of Danville spent a few days here this week. Mrs. Logan Burke is able to be out after a several weeks illness. Mrs. J. S. Haselden sold a hog to Mr. Henry Tomlinson for $12. Mr. Price McGrath, of Sharpsburg was here this week on business. Mr. J. H. Deane i." able to be out after an illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Deane visited relatives in Jessamine last week. Mr. R. M. Moss sold a pair of mules to Curd Bros, of Mercer, for $385. Read the advertisment of Hudson & Hughes on page 3 and save money. Mrs. Jeff T. Dunn, of Lexington was here for a short visit with relatives. Mr. W. C. Rose has been spending several days in Lexington on business. Mrs. B. C. Rose was the guest of her mother, Mrs. William Lear, last week. Miss Levy Dunn has accepted a position a3 book keeper in the Bank of Bryantsville. Quite a number from here attended the "Old Maid's Club" at Lancaster Tuesday night. Miss Ella Welch has returned to her home at Nicholasville after a stay with Mrs. J. H. Deane. Mrs. E. H. Ballard has been buying a bunch of calves from different parties, at an average of $15 to $16 per head. A little son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Noe Saturday. The little fellow has been named Bascom Rose. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and attractive daughter, Katie Barnes of Lancaster, were the guests Sunday of Miss Eliza Ison. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is in Nicholasville for a visit to her mother, Mrs. H. L. Elder, duringJUie absence of Mr. Elder, who is enjoying a trip to Florida. Dr. E. H. Pearce will fill his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. 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Sl8E n-- lliti CASE FOH SPROUTING GRAIN TO PREVENT CORN DISEASE De- FLIPPANGY By BARBARA m GIRLS Cabinet Contains Shelves for Placing Seeds Fertilizer Tray Below Water Reservoir-Tw- o Only Way to Control Smut Is to stroy Balls and Avoid Use of Fresh Manure. (By E. M. FREEMAN.) BOYD. Missouri men have designed sfivaff .awavA. what appears to be a very complete oabinet for the sprouting of grain or who are tu3erine ths tortnr-- s cf Eczcraa. Itch. Salt Rheum or other n diseases ou whose djjs arc miserable. wbo-.nights are raado sleep. other seeds. A series or shelves on s by the terrible Itching, burning lialns. It t me send you r. trial of a tooth 1. C Hutz.U. R. P. which the seeds are kept slide In and T. heallDu treatment nbich ha.. cured hundreds, vhich I believe will euro i 1 win sord It free, ixistscs ra a. vitnout cny obligation on your part. the sides J "i fill the coupon below itnd mrll It to me, or write me, elvins your name, ace end address. out. In passages of the cabinet areg 1 will send the trcatmci.t f rej of cost to you. and means for hot air a, aai at at the flow of air through them. CUT AND MAIL TO At the top is a reservoir containing J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. water and leading down from this are Pleise send trittcst cost or oKtratioa to me roar Free Proe: Treatment. a number of pipes with perforations along their inner surface. There is Ace., Name alr,o a fertilizer tray below the water e DAV-aja- a". ca Post Once tue Street and No. ymftii lar IUN iras ROEIG ESTIVITI NEW ORLEANS January 28 February 3 and MOBILE LOW ROUND TRIP FARES Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 2, 3. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February 14, with extension of limit to March 3, 1913, on payment of $1.00. FULL STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. Grain Sprouting Case. i For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to H. C.K1NQ, Passenjcr and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main Street, Lexington, Ky. The Daily Louisville Herald Enjoy the largest circulation in Kentucky because- - it is reservoir. "When the contents of the shelves need moistening, the water is turned on and sprayed through the holes In the pipes, the drippings falling Into a lower reservoir. If a little extra heat is required, that can be turned on in an instant, while the fertilizer tray has a perforated bottom for sprinkling. GLEANINGS FOR Every farmer Is familiar with corn-smu- t. The largest masses are sometimes over six inches in diameter and are usually found in the ear. Smut Is also found In the tassel, on the leaves and stem, and even on the roots which hold the corn plant to the soil. The smut-mas- s is blackish, and Is at first covered by a whitl3h film, which soon breaks and lets loosa the uhich Is blown about by the wind. In general, there are two ways by which the spores get back on the land, ready to infest the next years' crop. First, they may be scats tered by the wind, or the may be left on the field. Second, the smut-dus- t may get into the fodder and may pass through the alimentary canals of the cattle, without being Injured, and may thus get Into the mas nure pile. Or, again, the may be thrown into the refuse or manure pile. In either case they may be carried back to the soil when the latter Is manured. Now, it is an important fact that the smut spores not only may live through the winter in the manure pile, but they may actually Increase In number by growth when the pile remains of proper temperature. Fresh manure containing smut is therefore very likely to Increase smut in a corn field. The smut may live for several years In a manure pile, but will gradually die out. For this reason, old manure is much better for fertilizer on a corn field than fresh manure. In the spring the spores germinate, producing long chains of new spores, which are blown about in the wind and infest an- - grow!ngpart of the corn plant; producing, finally, smut-ballThe spores may live in the soil or in manure piles for years. This, of course, makes seed treatment useless; and the only way to control the smut is to destroy all smut-ballwhen possible, to prevent them spore-powder, smut-massesmut-masse- s. s, BEE LOVERS Buckwheat Makes Fine Honey Little Insects Are Benefit to Orchard Care in Moving. (By A. JOSEPH.) If you have the space and would plant buckwheat you will find it makes fine honey. Plant it late so it will bloom when all other flowers are gone. Some people think bees destroy fruit, but that is not so. The birds pick the fruit and as a usual thing they bite at the ripest on the trees Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports and when the bees find these fruits, they devour them and leave nothing as well as general news. The Heralds special features make but pit and skin. The damage to ripe fruit is never started by bees; and among Louisville newspapers. it after being damaged by the birds it is useless for marketing and, if it is Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful not removed from a sound fruit next no to it, the one it touches will rot also. articles which are now running serially in The Herald Thus you see the bees are a benefit In the orchard. entitled In moving bees do not do so until the weather gets cold, too cold for them to leave the hive, or they will not stay. They will go back to the old location, unless moved a mile and a half or two miles. Then they will stay without any trouble; but if moved only a short distance in 24 hours the hives will be pretty well desertBack number of these articles free on request to all who subscribe now. the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS. pre-emine- nt On Board The Good Ship Earth. ed. As The Daily Louisville Herald and more than a mile or mile and a half and they become familiar with the surroundings within that distance. a general thing bees do not fly The Central Record Both by mail for one year for $2.75 No Subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mail- V f Poor cows are never clean. No dairy is ever too clean. Slow ripening of cream produces a bitter ed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier.. Every rapid churn is a failure. It wastes butter fat. Many a common cow can be made good with more feed. Properly managed, dairying brings in a constant Income. With calves too low a temperature of feed causes scours. The cow that gives much milk must have plenty to drink. The best way to keep cows clean Is to use plenty of bedding. Keep the cows out of the chilling winds. There is no profit in a flavor. Ear of Corn Reduced to a Smut-Masfrom shedding their spores on the ground into the manure, and avoid placing fresh manure on corn land. Changing corn land from year to year also is beneficial. s Since the that are left In a corn field may assist In spreading the disease, they should be cut out of the field during the growing season. They should, moreover, be cut out before they have fully opened up and spread their spores, and should be collected and burned. They should not be thrown on the manure heap or the refuse pile, thence to be carried back to the land. Rotation of crops is valuable In preventing corn-smuThe reason for this is plain. The corn-smin the soil will not live many years, and that which Is in the soil will not damage any other farm crop. After several years, corn may again be planted, with less danger, since the smut in the soil will have at least partly died out Seed treatment has not been found to be of any use. The smut does not get Into the seedling plant, as In the stinking smut of wheat, and hence seed treatment does not seem necessary. The sugar corns seems to have more smut than the field corns, though no varieties even of the latter are known that are free. smut-masset. SILAS SHELBURNE, President H. M. BOSWORTH, Vice-Presfde- nt J. C. BOSWORTH, General Manager. E. H. DOAK, Treasurer. The New Silas .'- Shel-burn- e eicite the cows or expose them to stress of insects, flies or the weather. It is said that the occupation of dairying Is confining. If this is true, then it must be a good cure for loafing. Dairy shows, fairs and all the expositions show us what has been done, and give us a glimpse of what may be done. chllL , Do not - TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY INCORPORATED. . INDEPENDENT. Warehouse No. 1, Cor. S. Broadway and Pine Street, Warehouse No. 2, Chair Avenue. Both Phones 933. LEXINGTON, KY. If you do not think The New Silas Shel-burTobacco 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. ne -- In dairying there Is no excuse for the man who goes at It blindly to blame luck and weather for his failure. Turn the separator with a steady and uniform hand and flush down with skim milk or water at the end of separation. It is quite customary among dairy men to quit feeding calves skim milk when they attain, the age of eight or nine months. If you don't believe In keeping cows comfortable visit the stables of the men with the big cream check. That ought to convince you. Butter for market wrapped in paper will always get the edge in price, and the expense is trifling. A quarter buys a big batch of butter paper. Throw away the first few streams of milk from the teats. This milk is very watery and of little value, and Is quit apt to Injure the remainder of the milk. Manure. Hen manure as a fertilizer has greater value than any other fertiliser on the farm. It Is generally supposed by some poultrymen that the manure wilj pay for taking care of the hens, but this depends much on how It is kept. The dropping boards under the roosts should be kept covered with some absorbent to preserve the strength of the droppings. Land plas. ter or South Carolina rock Is good. Never use wood ashes or lime with the poultry droppings. The ammonia, or nitrogen would, be set free, and part of the value of the fertilizer lost The droppings should not be applied to the soil as made, but used on a growing crop, or covered soil. We use it on corn by putting a handful on each hill at the time of last hoeing. It should be kept under cover until used. Maine's Potato Crop. Maine's potato crop Is reported at fully 100 per cent Heavy shipment are already being made and the grow, ers are receiving prices which make the crop this year very profitable to " them. Cement Water Tank. The cement watering tank will Improve the appearance of the farm and prove a great convenience and economy. Hen was saying to the little group of intimate friends, "for mother and aunt and grandmother to Insist on a girl's being ladrlike and retiring and modest and all that But It she does, she gets left." "What's the trouble, Phoebe?" chorused the group. "No particular trouble," blithely returned Phoeba "But I was Just thinking such advice is out of date. If a girl takes It nowadays. It'll make her a wallflower and eventually an old maid, or, I suppose I should say, bachelor girl." "Something has gone wrong," said one of the girls sagely. "Did you" know Sue Dickinson is married again?" asked Phoebe. "No!" ejaculated the others. "Who to?" "Kenneth Leaverett" "You don't meanvlt!" "Yes, I do. And that's what set me e to thinking upon advice. In spite of everything her parents said, she ran away, you remember, and married Ned Willoughby. Then she quarreled with him and finally got a divorce. And now In less than a year she Is married again. And here are all of us, quiet, ladylike, well-bregirls, hanging yet on the parental stem." "Huh!" said one Indignantly. "I wouldn't want to marry either Ned Willoughby or Kenneth Leaverett" "That may be," replied Phoebe. "But even if you had, you wouldn't have had the chance. You're not forward enough. I don't want to get Into personalities," she said hastily, as she saw a gleam In the other girl's eye. "I'm Just drawing deductions. As. you know, I was invited to a house party last week, out at Whitney's perfectly superb home. And who do you think was the most popular girl there, quiet, well-brelittle me or charming Alice Markham? Not a bit of it It was a loud, giggling individual who talked constantly, laughed constantly, played Jokes on the men, kept herself in every way possible In the center of the stage. The men simply flocked around her. They hovered over her like bees over a flower. And the rest of us sat oft in well-breand ladylike quiet and talked to each other." "That sort of thing doesn't last," observed one. "She had a good time while It did last, though. And that's more than the rest of us did." "I wouldn't care for the attentions of men like that," said another. "Oh, they were good enough, as men go," replied Phoebe. "You have to take them as they are. You can't make them to order--" "It seems to me, then," said a fourth, "that the men are to blame for all the forwardness and flippancy in girls, and the way they dress and all the other things they do that they shouldn't. It would be sort of com fortable to blame the men for It all, wouldn't It?" "They won't care," quoth Phoebe. "They'll go right on showering all their attentions on the girl with the most false hair and the biggest hats and the tightest skirts and the readiest laugh, whether there is anything to laugh at or not." "Let them." Interrupted another. "There's something more to life thau merely pleasing the men. If I prefer refinement and good breeding and good taste, or think they are right and their opposites wrong, I am not going to throw them over merely to win masculine favor. I think we ought to get down to the bedrock fact of what Is right and worth while, not merely to whether our conduct will win fleeting popular favor. We want those things in our character that are going to give us lasting satisfaction. And, "believe me, none of us here would find lasting satisfaction In the regard of men who like vulgarity in dress and manner. And, believe me, too, the nicest men don't And even If they seem to for a little while, It is cither out of Idle curiosity, or to put In time, or a mere passing fancy. I'll stick to the advices of mothers and aunts and grandmothers. They have been observing human nature a much longer time than we have, and they know how It wears." "Well," said Phoebe, '"I suppose the girl with high standards of conduct Is of more value to society than the girl without them. And I suppose It la worth while to be of some value somewhere." "And I'd rather hava my said another, "than the attention of a dozen men for doing something that I thought beneath me." old-timd d d ," "It's all very well," the quiet girl NOTICE TO PUBLIC. MX Don H. A Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery have formed a partnership for the practice of DENTISTRY 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 acVery Respectfully, M. K. DENNY. counts' Courier Journal For 1913 X You can not keep posted on cur- rent events unless you read the COURIER JOURNAL (Loursville Ky HENRY WATTERON. Editor.) A Democrtic President Has been elected, and an era of Prosperity has set in. You can get Weekly Courier Journal And CENTRAL RECORD. Both One Year For Regular price of Weekly $1.50. $1.00 li Courier-Journ-al a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combination with this Sunday Courier-Journal 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, Treai Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. RICHMOND, . Incorporated. KENTUCKY. Near L. & A. Depot. C. Million. Capital $33,000.00 T. Telephone ao. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS-- E. J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. Vaught. T. J. Smith. J. M. Haden. in Kentucky. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The best lighted and equipped warehouse tobacco. Capacity 300,000 pounds daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of No danger of damage. Financial responsibily Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Guarantee Sales Every Day. buying trade competition of the Full HOUSE us-6- 6-we OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. We Guarantee Satisfaction We Are Absolutely Inde- pendent mum The time to lay In plenty of winter feed Is when you can get It This month Is the one to cut corn and while you are cutting, cut enough so you Just the mild, simple wash, the well will then be likely to have about Known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, enough. and the itch is ffon. A trial will prove it. We have sold other 'remedies for skin To Insure the highest per cent of trouble but none that we could guarantee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. If fertility In the eggs, stock ducks the first regular size 11.00 bottle does bathing not do exactly as we aayt It wlU not neednecessarily water, but this "does mean that .they must not cost you a cent have, rt utream or lake t which to disport themselves. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Skin On Fire? Stalls for FREE-are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured Telephone where you have to us your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco you can better control sale as to time plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where Electric prizing power. expect to continue to get just as much We are getting prices that please the farmer. We county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYfor your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the and price. BODY. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. "f -- . Xfak . vj-- S', y- -' ."US f V" " f "rrTWk etceem9Qe?Ci ooooooeepoooocfrc3ooo9o tnwrirrrgTVin-r-- r vwr i - ii iAwiii OF rmS COMB-HONE- --l C i Read Our AdTertisemcnls. QUESTION CLEARED UK Please Explain. ii We tnav live without consciece live without heart, t and Lancaster Readers Can No Longer u UOUDl n' i Will some one explain the funny things, ., . ,. ,. iuc ncauici malt ia uuui&i, PRODUCTION Y MMM lEygjcfiHisfgL SK e's-o- "friaftyjj , m A. M. BOURNE A beehive must serve the dual purpose of being a home for a colony of bees and at the same time a tool for the beekeeper. Its main requirements are alone the line of its adaptation to the various manipulaPrices Right Good Service. tions of the apiary In so far as these do not materially interfere with the Phone 354-Weather Contrasts In Different Parts Of protection and comfort It affords the Kentucky. Lancaster, colony of bees. Since rapid manipuThe Country. lation Is greatly facilitated by simple Uncle Sam can give you any kind of and uniform apparatus, one of the D. weather you are looking for. The fundamental requirements of the (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) contrasting head lines in papers last equipment In hives is that they be of week, read like this; Traffic Blocked By the Bame style and size, with all parts Interchangeable Snow in Chicago, First Straw Hat out exactly alike and apiary. While the in New Jersey, Cattle Freeze to Death ' throughout the hives and equipment should be as in the West, Dandelions blooming in I simple and inexpensive as possible, O.TiCf at Rainey a Livery Stable. Kentucky. A few more days of this consistent with their various funcspring like weather and the jackets of tions, a cheap and poorly constructed -- -- Kentucky Lancaster, the fruit buds will be so loosened as to beehive Is, all things considered, an greatly endanger our fruit for this year. expensive piece of apparatus. production the For comb-honeFor the first time in 102 years there is not a particle of ice on the Hudson brood chamber should be of such a management it Who So Ever Will. river. It was 102 years ago last Thurs- size that by proper may be well filled with brood at the NEAT day since Fulton navigated one ot his Come and get SHAVED at the . beginning of the honey flow, so that and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. steamers as faf&s Albany, a record the brood and surplus apartments equaled now for the first time. may be definitely separated. A brood HAUKSliUKY. The Old Reliable Barber. chamber may be considered too large Dogs A Pest To Sheep Raisers. If by proper management It Is not on HENRY DUNCAN Mrs. John Sutton has been on the The newest pest in the west is the an average fairly well filled with is no time to be regretting that you sick list tor the past few days. Office over dog, not the prairie dog just the comOffice Hours Mr. Jim Turner had one of his most mon dog. The oldest in Kentucky is .m to 12. Ip.m to. Stormcs' Drug 8tore did not attend to your fire insurance. The time to protect yourself valuable horse3 to die a few days since. the dog, not the good dog, just the Read the advertisment of Hudson & sheep killing dog. The dog is responagainst fire loss is now. Foresight Hughes on page 3 and save money. sible for the decline in the sheep raisDENTIST. is better than hindsight by a good Mrs. John Pruitt who has been ill ing industry all over the country. Lancaster, Ky. deal. Display your foresight by for some time is able to be up in Plione 65. In many states once largely devoted her having us issue you a policy today. room. to sheep raising, there are more dogs How do you know that you may John Speaks sold a pair of work than sheep. The usual answer farmers Super With Section Holder for Bee-wa-y Sections. mules price $425. and bought a pair give to the question, "Why don t you not have a fie tonight. keep sheep?" is "we can't keep dogs for ?400. beginning of the honey FRED P. FRISBIE. from killing them". This is not as it brood at the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper who provides an should be, we have a law in Kentucky, flow, and too small if It Office Citizens National Bank. have been quite sick are much imaverage of less room than the colony which says, that every dog that is not proved in health. is able to occupy with brood previous U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician tax paid must be killed, and the one beeMrs. Wm. Blanks has been confined dollar collected is to reimburse the far- to the honey flow. Unless the Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. County Court Days. keeper practices feeding, a brood to her room for the past 6 weeks with mer for sheep killed. How much has chamber that docs not contain suffrheumatism and grip. Oakdale Herd Of been collected in Garrard County and icient room for both winter stores and Lancaster, Garrard county, fourth Mr. J. W. Swope and wife have just how manj dogs have been killed? The brood rearing during late summer and Monday. returned from Parsons Kansas, where sheep raisers of this county should autumn may also be considered too Stanford, Lincoln county, second they have been the past twelve months. stand together on this question and see small. It may be well to note that Monday. by this standard, if the brood chamber blood and splendid individuality. Monday. Royal Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hughes of Lan that the man elected to office, either seems to be too small the fault may Paris, Bourbon county, first collects the tax or kills the dog. county, first caster, and daughter Delia Rice came Richmond, Madison during the He In the management A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. out Sunday to visit her mother Mrs. previous autumn, winter or spring. Ky Monday. An Oil Tried Scheme Again Being At J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Carlisle, Nicholas county, second Margaret Sutton. Of course the brood chamber that is barely large enough for one colony tempted. Monday, Master Jake and Mason Pollard have in Lexington, Fayette county, second whooping cough. Quite a number of scneme which has been many will be too large for another of the An oiu the same apiary, or the character Monday. other children in the neighbor-hoo- d who times attempted in the last decade is season may be such that all brood, Georgetown, Scott county, third have been afflicted with whoopingcough again being tried upon numerous peoPhysician and Surgeon. Monday. chambers" may be too small for best ple throughout this part of the state. results one season and too large the are convalescent. Danville, Boyle county, third MonLANCASTER, KY. Miss Kay Jenkins will go to Cincin- An alleged "gentleman of Spain" who next, so an average must be sought The sectional hive In which the Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. day. nati, this week to take her little neu- - purports to be languishing in some composed of two or Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county, phew John Gallagher where he is under dismal Castilian bastile for a "political brood chamber is bodies, making It hive third Monday. treatment of an eminent physician of offense", and whose beautiful daugh more shallowdivisible, offers some adhorizontally Nichclasville, Jessamine county, third that place, the recovery of the little ter, or niece, for thcrelationship often vantages, especially to the comb-hone- y Monday. fellow is hopeful as a constant im- varies, is suffering in penury because specialist. Most of the ordinary Winchester. Clark county, fourth provement is noted. of his incarceration and inability to manipulations can be performed All Work Guaranteed. Monday. secure untold thousands of dollars in readily with such hives without reMr. Tom Chestnut who is an emcounty, fourth Kentucky. Versailles, Woodford county, fourth ployee of Kenton Baking Powder com- gold, which he has safely cached in moving the frames. One of their Lick, Cynthiana, Harrison comb-honepany and one of the best salesmen the some secret hiding place, which none greatest advantages In Monday. can find unless through his instrumen- production Is the rapidity with which m. Frankfort, Franklin county, first company sends out came last week to tality and assistance, and an offer to the apiarist can examine the colonies Phone Office Hours j f to4 spend several days at home. Mr. 229. Monday. handsomely the one whose as- for queen cells If natural swarming Is Chestnut before his arrival made a visit reward sistance he seeks, is the gist of the to be controlled by manipulation. to his sister Mrs. Charles Burdette of M. K. Denny ani W. A. Wheeler letter which is addressed to the more Some of the advantages of the plain Oklahoma. over the beeway sections are: (1) or less susceptible. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. The anaversary of Mrs. Jackson was One gentleman received a letter of They are simpler in construction, AnderOffice: Stormcs Building ovei Hurt celebrated by her children on last Fri- this description which alleged that the therefore costing less. (2) The edges plain son's Furniture Store. day. The whole affair was a complete distressed gentleman had married a being plain with no insets, the are more easily cleaned of KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, snr prise to the honoree as the dinner distant relative of his and the erst sections propolis when being prepared for was prepared away from home and while suffering daughter was the re market and are especially adapted she knew nothing of it until the ar- suit of the marriage; so clearly and to cleaning by machinery. (3) By John White & Co JSbkSmU rival of the guests, a delightful post- successfully were the facts of the rela- leaving the spacers In the super, secLOUISVILLE. KY.' jSwJtJSlaTvSJ!. . card shower was in evidence during the tionship set out that the gentleman, a tions of the same honey content ocEstablished 1887 &t? Highest msr let price paid day and was very much enjoyed by well known farmer of the east end of cupy less space in the shipping case, wftys&atxmrnm FURS Mrs. Jackson. There are 33 grand- the county, instituted and investiga thus reducing the cost of packages. (4) The plain section is adapted to an and HIDES. Fields seeds at wholesale prices children nearly all of whom were pres- tion, but whether or not the address arrangement permitting freer com WOOL ent for the occasion. was so vague that he never re munication lengthwise of the row of given 1 ctmsusioi direct to the consumer. I have a ceived the letter, or whether the wily sections, especially at the corners. full line of choice field seeds and creek took alarm at the very pointed Some of the advantages of the bee-wa-y IIUCKKYK. can save you money on your Winletter written him and the information section are: (1) The honey Is requested, at least the investigator somewhat less liable to Injury by ter and Spring supply. never heard further from the matter. handling. (2) Being wider at the Write me for price list and samMiss Bulah Beazley is visiting friends The latest letter to be received of 'this ples. in Madison Co. character by anyone in this vicinity Miss Verna Ray of Stone is visiting was by a well known member of the I Buy a Farm, IF YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm. her grand-mothMrs Andrew Bogie. Masonic fraternity, who, together with ( Sell at Auction Read the advertisment of Hudson & two other fellow craftsmen befriended prices on I will give you a stranger who proved himself to be a Beeway and Plain Sections, Unfolded. Hughes on page 3 and save money. 50 Choice Farms. Miss Willie Miles Ray of Stone was member of the craft, this occurrence corners where folded, they are See Me or Touch the Lire Wire. Kentucky. the guest of Miss Ruth Ray last week. took place many years ago. Now stronger. (3) Some markets, being Lexington. Mr. Robert Burton bought of Mr. though many years has elapsed a letter accustomed to the larger cases necesW. T. KING, Allen Teater, two fat cows, 5 ct per lb. comes from the beneficiary of their sary to contain a given number of kindness relating that he is a prisoner beeway sections, object to the smaller Phone 339-Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and Spanish dungeon, together withlall package containing the same number KENTUCKY LANCASTER, children were the guests of Mr. and in a the other harrowing details usually of plain sections, simply because it Is Mrs. T. O. Hill. these letters, and seeking smaller. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert visited her sister, the assistance of his friends in recoverK0n II TUFMS. "W. Wll yw totr c3 Mrs. Floyd Curtis at Point Leavell the ing the "hidden treasure". So vividly Unfavorable Soils. Writ, t.7bltprl(l. for wc.klr prlct lift first of the week. Clay spoils are unfavorable to vegedoes he describe the occurrence of ftAd rvzinucet. M.SABEL&SONS Mr. William Murphy died at the years ago in which the recipient of the tation because the soil is too close and headache, biliousness, inhome of Mr. Allen Teater Saturday letter participated that he cannot doubt adhesive to allow the free passage of OeaIertlBFun.HUK.ncol digestion, rheumatism, afternoon, Jan. 25, at 2 o'clock, after the truth of at least that part of it, air or water to the roots of the plants. expansion of the pimples, blotches, yellow a lingering illness of several months. and this leads him to investigate as to It also obstructs the Sandy soils are fibres of the roots. He was a native of this county and was the truth or falsity of the claims made unfavorable because they consist of complexion, etc., are all 87 years of age. After brief services in the letter as to the distress of the particles that have too little adhesion signs of poisons in your at the grave, the remains were placed writer and the hidden treasure which to each other. They do not retain sufblood. These poisons at rest in the cemetery at Guns Chapel. he seeks assistance in securing in or- ficient moisture for the nourishment of should be driven out, or The deceased is survived by two sisters, der that the necessities of his distress- the plants. They allow too much soserious illness may result and one brother, Mrs. Jane Kanatzarof ed relative might be relieved. We lar heat to pass to the roots. Chalk To get rid. of them, use Oklahoma, Mrs. Harrison Ray of this have not heard the result of this in- soils are unfavorable because they do are, place, and Mr. James Murphy of vestigation, but we are fully satisfied not absorb the solar heat, and therefore, cold to the roots of the Kansas. that it will amount to naught, saye the plants. loss of any funds whicluthe kind hearted investigator may be susceptible Indicates Sour Soil. enough to invest in the relief of this If any one of the several kinds of slick schemer. sorrel is found growing on a piece BIaGk-Draug- ht We have known these letters to be ot land it is pretty safe to assume that Will be paid to any person havins investigated before now, and we have the soil is sour and needs sweetening any kind of pain or ache, if Shipp'1 never heard of the investigation prov- with an application of lime. Besides Quick-Reli- ef the old, reliable, purely Liniment fails to give ing fruitful of good results. Neither this, it may be that the tract 1b not Residence Phone 27 Office Phone 3. instant relief and the purchase price have we ever heard of anyone being properly drained, In which case it vegetable, liver medicine. is not refunded. Try it and see. LANCASTER. KY. buncoed by this plausible scheme, but should be tiled in addition to being '"'on'Jerful remedy tor re. there doubtless has been many people sweetened. "t0 Mrs. J. H. Easier, of An- JSSSf 22&SS. ?"who have been incredulous enough to Spartanburg, S. C, says: and the pain and S1,,,a llnIment,lke maglc?Waiie? invest their money in the chance of " I had sick headache, for W i. n?nppCTare? securing a part of this purely visionary Lexington, Ky years. I felt bad most of w' .nlVit111 ?n,y "medy that has given me wealth, and we will venture to say if Thed-ford- 'e KY. RICHMOND. the time, I tried I K?eliLef fouryeara Black-DraugSusan WetBoni; Newburg: In that every dollar so invested was to and A Training their sorrow. We are fully satisfied now I feel better than School for Teachers Just the mild, simple wash, the well eTer Ccmrtef UdlD to EleneDUry, that the entire scheme is fraudulent known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, when I was 16 years old." ih! Ufa Stw Cm. Intr.HicdlAU Is rone. the .'Jhl UnJment gave almost 0t rhe"ma' from beginning to end, and we would and trial itch prove it.' titexjtu Valid u all FiUic Your druggist sells it, in will A spoilt Bcbooi er Kc&ucky. UeS?BmIpCa.dKm.e TVe have sold other "remedies for sMn advise the recipient of any such letters ixnine. ..a mil.. 25 cent packages. Co. ws. Tuition Fw to A but none that we T..iDtadlddor- If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in to pay absolutely no attention to trouble we. .can the D.D.D. could guaranremedy. tee as If K&ool, new mum.ltrxlnlnj bnlldloc. mltorlei.sn model Any Part of The Body in Fifteen them, and if per chance for curiosites the first regular size 31.00 bottle does oqulpprd Insist on Thedford's prlr..hool, dfpartmMtorMriciilt.rj. not MInuten,-A- sk For Your Money Back. sake you should decide to investigate, cost do exactly as we say, It will not you. a cent. nTr2.rarT.rta April!, Biu.ier ScLmI .p.n. Jut li. 50c At All DregguUor under no circumstances advance any j. o. CBABBE, Pre.lient., Borbpa RcsWy Co, Lniagtoa, Ky. funds in furtherance of such a scheme. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Auctioneer. A. Dr. Wm. Pryor, We may live without poetry, music and art, Wc may live without friends . we may live without fads. But business today cannot live without ads. Now if you want to get the full benefit of the parcel post.you must take the paper, see what the merchants are offer- ine. make vour purchases and have it sent by parcel post. The Evidence. strangers Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. !dKs59HH90i' yvH COME! COME! 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 whos"e 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 ills me. The use of Doan's Kidney strengthened me in every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milbur- n Buffalo, New Co., York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ., Almanac says it's winter time, But summer winds are brewing. The weather man has slipped a cog. Perhaps he has gone dippy, June's rare days we are having now, When the weather should be nippy. The only kick that we will make, (You'll understand the reason), We're 'fraid he'll hold the ice and snow Until the fishing season. One of Fundamental Requirements of Equipment In Hives Is That They Be Uniform In Size. . Parsley's Composed of (By CJEOnOE 8. DEMtlTHO $ Mai Herts ! XT -- Roi I'wbr., Sfpg.iZ '& $;?&&, JACK., and Barkb, for uil y The North -- DAKOTA Wet.ni Cow Bov Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stom ach , Ner- vousness and Female Diseases. FOR I a 45 DAYS TREATMENT 1.00. y I tSi Dckota Jack's Cow Boy Slings Liniment for all Pain, Deafness. Burn Botile. Sprains Etc. 25cts per CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving. Shampooing, Bath When Fire Breaks Out I I B lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All or. sale at I J3. IT. "Walter. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlrnan 5 Son, Lowell, Ky. m QyY&(3(iQ 'SMIfMJaMll "rHi C5o . - J. (X S G. Registered Durocs W. W. ELLIOTT, H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint f. y .9 P-- ryBkjrwbJtsf ,4tjrei7'SLsrsL7 B. F. HUDSON, President. , Field W. Bush J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. r ORGANIZED 1S83. e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, KY. Bank Book-Keepe- wjKi Seeds Seedmah. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. P.IGNEY, SURPLUS $40,000. J. J. Walker, Jk., r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. E Business Solicited. J. s. Johnson, Prompt Attention. it B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. i Real Estate rock-botto- and Auctioneer. llS Nelson, er Jff9 Courier Journal - AT HALF PR16& For 1913. MALARIA -- FURS ONLY $3.QOAYEAR. Let us send in your subscription. R. E. McRoberts Lancaster, Kentucky & Son, JA BEAZLEY Bedford's Funeral Director and Embalmed $100 REWARD THE NATIONAL BANK OF IJVNCASTER. Srj - Capitol $50,000. Surplffs $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. wMSrm ht, Skin On Fire? A. R, DENNY, President. f J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. KiiSSSfSJ.1 8aw-"-r-- ' Safety - Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samnal D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. " C""" tt L. v ,i V -- & 1r , tai-IT- i z- a.. &i-j- WlM9MllmMHVnpMf in i'ii -- w4jmbJiw nin ilt0itimimJim & IN A few Winter Coats and Suits SKILLFULLY ORED, at a mere fraction of their real worth. Choice of Suits moving fast at TAIL- I I Many other things to be had at rediculous low prices so as to make room for our $9.98 I I I Enormous ill Spring Stock. I I Jj'UVJT clear our store of Winter Stock becaused NEW SPRING GOODS are beginning to come in Hence our Winter Goods must move quick, no matter what the loss. We-mu- st Skirts that are worth many times the price we are asking. Your choice $2.93 The Joseph Mercantile Company. A New Shipment of Linens, Flaxons and French Ginghams just received. I To Our Customers mBimmimmmmmmmmami I ft Happy and Prosperous New Year. Your account is due, Come in and settle and make us hapoy. Gossip About People VNN A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Art Interested In. of Paint Lick have been guests for several days of Mrs. James Ramsey." Mrs. Herbert Gully and little daughter of Lexington, are guests of Mr3. Gulley's parents Mr. and Mrs. David Ross. Mrs. J.W. Aev. nf Stnnfnrrl ill of inflammatory rheumatism at tl e home of her parents on Richmond in Miss Kathleen Walter was a recent visitor in Danville. 1 Local Cast In Farce Comedy. Horseman-Orat- or Visits Record. Paul Bowman of Lexington is the gue3t of M.as Ella Henry. Mr. Gua Dunn has gone to Florida with his sister, Mrs. Ray Orrel Miss Mary Lynn Fox entered the Normal School this week at Richmond. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Fj rm I R Such Nice LIGHT BREAD I as your heart delights in, can best be baked from our WHITE SWAN 8 brand of FLOUR. No matter how skillful you are WHITE SWAN FLOUR will enable you to attain still better results. If your baking has not been all that you would like, try our Flour. You will commence doing bet- I i I 1 ter at once. . o.K-9&:tt- Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills IM)IT0 i' ')")'fyv) IIS i IULJLJ . eConven ience of Banking Have you investigated our facilities, our resources, our modern methods and equipment for handling ordinary banking business in generdeposits, loans, colldctions and al? No. You will find it to your interest to make inquiries. Im The Garrard Bank & Trust Company i 1 It's Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap tft Coal Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Cor to be out of 1 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. MWMMiWM r Kp-s Miss Mary Miller of Richmond has Mrs. Joe T. Arnold of Richmond is finish. been the recent guest of Misses Mary Miss Daniels as President of the club, Miss Eliza Lunsford has taken rooms the guest of Mrs. W. h. Ward this and Jane Doty and Miss Katie Lee Miss Dean as Vice President and Miss with Mrs. Wesley Walker. Week, Denny. Mount as Secretary were splendid both Miss Allie Hendren left Monday for Miss Ella Henry has returned from in impersonation and costumes. The Mr. A. W. Walker was in Eminence the Normal Schoolm Richmond. Saturday for the marriage of his nep- Richmond where she has been visiting singing of Miss Annie Margaret Elkin and the dancing of Miss Patsy Kinnaird Mr. Robert L. Walker left Sunday hew John Williams Walker and Miss friends and relatives. for his home in Fayetteville Tenn. Cordelia Calloway. Miss Iva Lee Smith's friend3 will be brought down the house. The " make ups" of Misses Doty, Kavanaugh, Mr. Carlton Elkin is quite sick at his Mr. Carlton Elkin has rented the glad to know she will trim again this Burnside, Walter, McRoberts, Mason home "Maples" on Stanford road. cottage of Miss Rella Arnold on Danville season for Miss Rella Arnold. and Denny were good and each acted Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and their part to perfection. Dr. William Burnett visited his St. and expects to take a possession Mr. Sam about February 1st. children have been recent guests of Denny a3 the pet of the clnb and Mr. brother at Lawrenceburg Saturday. Mrs. Bettie Miller has returned to Mrs. Powell Duncan of Nicholasville. Clay Kauffman as reporter of The RecMiss Flossie Tribble of Hyattsville her home in Lexington having been call ord were like the bridegroom at the was with Miss Bessie Brown Saturday. Miss Rella Arnold will leave about ed here by the accident to her sistei wedding, somewhat overshadowed, but ?eb. 6th for the cities where she goe3 Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville is Miss Amanda Anderson. nevertheless acted their parts admirto inspect the new ideas in millinery. with her sister Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. ably. C. McCandless, division Mr. J. Miss Nellie O'Hearn will leave short- superintendent for the Metropolitan Mrs. J. Wesley West will leave ly to enter the Normal school at Rich- Insurance Co. was with local agent shortly for Tulsa Oklahoma to reside The Governor Will In All Probability Try mond. with her sons Messrs Will and Charlie Henry Simpson last week. West. For Senate Once More Before Being Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey will Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman entertained leave Lancaster shortly for Indiana to at a well appointed 12 o'clock dinner Mesdames E. V. Tudor andW. L. Se reside. Gathered To His Fathers. Friday for a few friends, the honor bastian of Richmond spent from SaturMiss Lottie Carson of Stanford is guest being Mrs. J. Wesley West of day till Monday with Mrs. J. P. Pra-the- r. Editor Samuel J. Roberts, of the here visiting her cousin Miss Allit Washington City. Lexington Leader, while in Frankfort Yantis. Mrs. W. 0. Rigney, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Orrel and little son3 have last week sent his paper the following Dr. E. H. Pierce of Danville was her nephew Mr. John F. Walker, was returned to their home in Florida after telegram which will be read with great here Saturday mingling with his many in Nicholasville last week to see her a stay with Mrs. Orrel's mother Mrs. interest: brother Mr. R. L. Walker, who leaves W. A. Price. friends. "No doubt can longer remain as to I soon for an evtended stay in Florida. the intentions of Gov. James B. Miss Margaret O'Hearn has returnMrs. W. T. West gave a well ap in regard to the contest for the Mr. E.H. Smith and pretty little pointed course dinner on Thursday, the ed from a stay of several weeks in daughter Miss Annie Mae of Birming-to- honoree being Mrs. J. Wesley West of Democratic nomionation for United Louisville. States Senator, and it is now a safe Ala. are here for several days, the Washington City. Mr. Robert Cotton of Michigan has guest of Mr.-anbet that the gentleman, who has been Mrs. S. B. Henry. d been visiting his uncle Mr. J. A. Jones Misses Annie, Nellie and Dora Scott holding his ear very close to the ground David Jones and Miss Maggie Pollard and family. of Paint Lick, and Miss Peachie May for some weeks, has heard a distinct of the Hedgeville section in Boyle coun Coy were guests for several rumble and in response thereto will shy Miss Susie Hilton was in Stanford ty were united in marriage in this city Sanders of his castor into the ring in the next few Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. by the popular Christian minister Elder days of Misses Jennie and Nellie Cox. days. J. H. Hilton. F. M. Tinder. Misses Annie and Cora Perkins were Arragements are being made to open leaves for "Uncle Lou" Holmes the well known stormed at their pretty country home headquarters in this city, from which Mrs. Bettie Burnett, Florida this week to spend the remainder traveling man who ha3 been "making" by about 53 guests. It seems that the literature will be sent out over the of the winter. Lancaster since the memory of man attractive young hostesses had an State and every wire set in motion to from West runneth not to the contrary, Robert Elkin has retcrned was inkling of the affair as most delightful accomplish this, his last great ambition. Virginia from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. mingling with the court day crowd refreshments were served. The color It has been Mr. McCreary's delight scheme in use was pink and white, and for the last twelve months to tell his Monday. Shirley Elkin. and the home was prettily decorated hearers, what a unique accomplishment J. C. Hemphill Jr. of Louisville has The Presbyterian Missionary Society with ferns. it was for him to "come back" and to Mrs. will meet Monday afternoon Feb. 3rd. been visiting his grand-mothbe elected Governor again after a lapse at the church. As it is time for the Arthusa Curry. thirty-fiv- e years, and now if he can election of officers, all the members Hon. Harry Bailey Shot To Death On of Mr. John William Walker and bride ! also add to that the statement that, of Eminence are here for a visit to are requested to be present and to after having been once a Senator of bring their mite boxes. Streets Of Cynthiana By J. Newt ArMrs. W. S. Walker. the United States and defeated for in a Democratic State priMiss Joan Mount leaves Wednesday Tom Chestnut, of Danville, has been nold. Dead Man Prominent Lawyer mary by Governor Beckham, he again visiting friends in Eastern Oklahoma to visit her sister, Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson "came back" and "put it all over" the And Mason And Well Known for the past few days. young man, he will be ready to lie and Miss Mount will leave Bowling Misses Minerva Cox and Bessie Green the Here down in peace and be gathered to his last of the week forNew Brown left Monday to enter the Norfathers. Orleans, where they will take in Mardi mal school in Richmond. I have inside information, from one Gras. Hon. Harry Bailey was shot Monday Mr. Kirby Grimes has returned to McCreary's confidence on one of the main thorouhfares of in Governor The following were in Eminence for his hoTne in Lexington after a visit to that the above is correct, and his anMarriage. Mr., Cynthiana by J. Newton Arnold of nouncement the Colloway-WalkMr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. can be looked for most and Mrs. Woods Walker, A. W.Walker "Bourbon county and died almost in any day." Judge A. D. Ford was in Lexington and Arch Walker Jr. Misses Margaret stantly of the wound. The killing was to see his daughter Miss Elizabeth Ford and Estill Walker, Ed Walker and the result of a note held by Bailey for who is at Sayre Institute. WHY HESITATE? Robert Walker and W. 0. Walker of collection against Arnold, and about which he accosted him, when Arnold Dr. R. L. Pontius who haa been Stanford. struck him in the face, Baily retaliatspending several days in Lancaster, Miss Nannie Gaines, daughter ot G. ed by knocking Arnold down, and when An Offer That Involves No Risk For returned to Lexington Sunday. S. Gaines, of Muskogee, formerly of he arose inquired if '"he had enough", Those Who Accept It. Miss Lillian Cochran a student at Danville, Ky., left Thursday for Arnold with an oath replied that he Georgetown College took part in a Shreveport, La., and will go from there bad not, and drew a revolver from hia to Meridian, Miss., and from MissisWe are so positive our remedy will "Recital" given there last week. pocket; Bailey grappled with him but sippi will go to Danville, Lexington Arnold being much the stronger man, relieve constipation, that we offer to Mis3 Mae Archer of Flatwoods and furnish it free of all cost if it fails. and Flemingsburg, Ky., for an extendMrs. Holman Brown of this city spent ed visit to relatives and friends. "Ken-tuckia- wrenched loose and shot him. ExciteConstipation is caused by weakness ment ran so high in Cynthiana over the last week with Mrs. Frank Brown. In Oklahoma" in Sunday killing that sheriff fearing trouble, of the nerves and muscles of the large intestine or descending colon. To exMrs. Burdett Ramsey and daughter Courier Journal. smuggled his prisoner to Lexington pect relief you must therefore tone up where he was placed in jail. and strengthen those organs and reHarry Bailey was popular all over store them to healthier activity. Kentucky, and wa3 a man of considerWe want you to try Rexall Orderlies able prominence. At the recent No- on our guarantee. They are eaten vember election he was defeated for like candy, and are particularly ideal Congress by Hon. W. J. Fields, Demofor children. They act directly on the crat by only a small majority. He nerves and muscles of the bowels. was one of the most prominent mem- They have a neutral action on the other bers of the Masonic fraternity in the organs or glands. They do not purge state, being Past Grand Master of the or cause any inconvenience whatever. Grand Lodge of Kentucky and Grand They act to overcome chronic or habHigh Priest of the "Grand Lodge Royitual constipation and the myriads of al Arch Mason of Kentucky". Mr. Bai- associate or dependent chronic ailments. ley has visited Lancaster upon several Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two occasions in his Masonic official capa- sizes, 10c and 25c Sold only at our city, to inspect the local Chapter of mmtto store The Rexall Store. R. E. McThm mtily Royal Arch Masons, and has many Roberts & Son. warm friends here who were deeply grieved at his untimely end. Mr. Bailey was unmarried, and is survived by HO ALUM, HO UME PHOSPHATE his mother and three brothers, all of whom reside in Harrison county. ( rv n, er er ns Mr. Joseph Renner was a visitor ML Sterling last week. street. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of Stanford spent Monday with Mis. J. R. Mount. The home talent play, "The Old Maids Club", was given Tuesday evening, to one of the largest crowds ever seen at the Court House, under the auspices of the Womans Club. An excellent local cast had been secured and Miss Sara Daniels of Paris had trained them. Old time costumes, clever comedy situations, catchy (?) songs mada the play a screaming farce from start to Genial Mat Cohen, one of the leading horseman of the state, and who has recently developed into an orator of national prominence was in town Monday and dropped in for a pleasant call on the Record. Mat ha3 been out in Missouri attending a big live stock powwow, and was on the programme for a speech, and was also a prominent speaker at a banquet given during the session, ithe latter speech being Upon both occasions Mat was as much at home a3 if mounted on Edna Mae in the fair ring, and acquitted himself with honor and upheld the dignity of his native state. tu. c YOOU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. D Currev's is the only place you can buy Stone's wrapped cake. tf. Four Bracket Lamps also one twelve Lamp Chandalier. for sale. d Fork Church Society. 3t-p- We have the New Minute and Knox Acidulated Gelatine. Currey. tf. For Rent. My house containing 8 rooms, good garden, lot and barn. Apply to W. T. West. Mrs Jennie West. Try a can of Malo on your next cake, it's fine. Currey. tf. SweetClover Seed for winter sowing, white and yellow cultivated biennial varieties. Greatest legume fertilizers, pasture and hay. Prices and circular how to grow it, "Free". Pd John A. Sheehan, Falmouth Ky. R. 4. Bring your Shoulders, Jowls to Curreys. Bacon and tf. The Victorian Serenades of the Lyceum Course will be at the Court House, Monday night, Feb 3rd, at 7:30 p. m. There are four Musicians two gentlemen and two ladies. There will be selections on Italian Harp, Violin, Mandolin and Piano. The voices are Tenor, Baritone, Contralto and Soprano. A general admission of 35cts will be charged. J. L. Riley. ROYAL Absolutely Pure BAKING POWDER Baking Powdmr RmymtCrapmGtmm ofTmrfmr from Subscribe for Record The undersigned hereby give waning 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. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra Ed & N B Priee W S Ferguson WAPrice EF .Herring S L Rich W S Embry 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, G Y Conn L H Brown T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett CGGay W K Leavell John Boian E Dunn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath Bootb Thompson R, E. Thompson T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson S. C Henderson. J. H. Posey. B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. POSTED ' .. A .t. - c iCj--- -- t. jfc. - " - J"- - . -, " r5- - v.v i dastinaue': bought one mute of Mr. ALWAYS SUCH CHUMS Then ho stumbled forward and' RUSE OF SISTER JEAN Mastin, $187.00 and sold one to T. C. Knelt at the bedside, holding her frail bought a T. Blanks Rankin for $140. hand and gazing beseechingly Into her By rAttilICK LUliUMIJ nice horse of J. I.J.Hamilton, for $150.-0By NEWTON BUNGEY. . M'CULLOCH-WILMARTHA eyes. LIAMS. sold pair horse J. W. Sweeney "fm glad you've come, Denis," she Denis Hewitt was, lounging nn- 0oooocoooaoooooo0 mules to John White, price $300.00 J. racefully but comfortably in a deck said. Wlngfleld looked at his sister Jean, "I wanted to see you so much." B. Ruble bought mule of Mr. Conn, chair under the drooping branches of frowning heavily. She Bat across the rfpacc below this beading Is for tne excluThen that chestnut tree when room from him her head bent, her de use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for price $134.00, W. B. Burton of J. I. a blossom-ladeMr Mary Lidiard crossed the lawn, swing- - expression came Into her eyes as she hands discolored but stitching deftly tbe sale of stock, grain and snch things on Hamilton nice mare mule; $205.00. gazed at him, and he winced. as tbe farmer cannot affo'd to adver- Burton sold a very fine saddle horse to Ing a putter In her right hand. farm Still holding her hand, he rose to 'at something something that roused eyes Hewitt tise. Ko notice will be accepted over fonr Allen Edelin of Burgin, price private Through his his feet, and as he did so his gaze him to anger. He flung his book half lines, and will be only in vo issues of the r. way across the desk In front of him. R RratiMnarniiiP9tnT.fi. Rnn. " " viiwuuuj, uu ue tuum Record, free of charge not help admitting that she made the fell on the table alongside the bed. kin, price, $300.00 and one mule to. R. fairest of pictures. The breeze caught On it lay some letters, unopened, and got up laggardly, and said, balancing himself with both hands upon the For Sale: One good work mule. L. Hubble, for $172.50, R. L. Hubble her curls, and with the sunlight turn-i- d one of them was his. His eyes suddenly Ut up with joy, desk-toMilton Ward, Lancaster, Ky. sold pair mules to Wilson Alexander them into a shimmering sea of "'Patches are premeditated povVery few cattle were on ?old. A simple, well-cu- t gown of some and he turned to Mary with such' a erty. You know that yet you do I have 20 shocks of sorgham to sell. i for $300.00, transfigured face that she watched the market Monday, but most of them soft, white material showed the grace worse than patch. Is this the third or Noah Marsee. Lancaster, Ky. were sold at prices ranging from 4J to j of her figure as she walked. Her eyes with wonder. ho "My Mary!" exclaimed passion fourth time you've made over that .T. M. Crai ?hone with an unmistakable light as sold 3 cattle to I have 500 locust posts for sale. Jas. u fonts. ately, seating himself beside her and hat?, I'm sick of seeing it of seeing fel1 on you messing with It. A new one, A. Bratton, R. F. D. 3. Lancaster, Ky. fipn. Rankin S35.00 a head and a few . their Eaze again Hewitt. his arms around her "Tell me that you love me. putting "My own dear love!" shoul- much better looking, would cost only fat cows at 5 cts. ders. Denis," she whispered. a couple of dollars I believe you infor sale: A few good red listed "I love you, dear," he answered. Lined up along side the tence in a boars. R. T. Bruce, Stanford, Ky. R. LosT:-Pai- r gold rim spectacles .jjc sist upon trimming such things yourof "I shall always bo hearing yom-saKentucky farmer's barn-yar- d self.' we saw F. D. No. 2. or near the Public Square, in "Correct! Every way," Jean anday a hay loader, two I that," she said go low tones latPr as pd the other Steve Owsley. into the house to swered impassively. "I am not in love Some good baled timothy hay for machines, a grain drill, with some i lie turned to nanif for a rew Havs' visit at a nor even with sale in ton lots or more. Phone 352 A. j cultivatorg and pow s thrown in for .friend's house. "You'll write to ma Played Lady Bountiful On Wedding Day. with my my own way of trimming. Maybe I Lick, Ky. T. II. blavin. l'aint 00( measure. It was a rainy day, jften. won't you. Denis?" Miss Helen Gould who last Wednesday might be 4 i rt OMrt oil 4lifiCsi i nlf-nnl rt wa i TInif!tt ttilnnn1 n thmwvlm Iun V ou nv nuii. " iuu6u uniJitiucinB vcie ' "If what?" Wlngfleld asked almost For Sale: One nice tWO year Old was married to Mr. Finley Shepard of uo u uiruugn ociciai draft mare, well broke. Jno. G. Doty, geiiuiK leaves them SUUKing. II me thought that while she uuica away uau St. Louis, played the role of Lady savagely as she paused. was he there all winter, farmer She smiled at him rather a hard Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. 2. Bountiful to the army of homeless men the probabilities are that the deprecia- vould write and tell her the truthsmile but wistful. "I was about to .hat he did not love her. But he was in New York, by giving them a feast say if I could buy the things I llke Indian Runner ducks tion in theirvalue will amount to enough i co much For SALE:-Si- x of a coward to tell her to on her wedding day. While messengers rather than the things I can afford," and two drakes. Price right. Mrs. to build a good implement shed, which her face and see these deep blue were busy bearing hundreds of wedding she said. Jno. G. Doty. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. would last for ten to - twenty iyes grow heavy with misery. feathgifts to her, she was busy with her "You mean those poodle-doyears. Kentucky Regester. 2. Somehow it seemed quite a natural philanthropic work. ers that fly in the face of everybody?' i thing for a man to love a woman and Wingfield queried. Single Comb Buff For SALE:-Som- e Mere words fail to reflect nrODer es- - he not to lovn him. hut for woman She shook her head, saying, "No School Building Progressing Nicely. Urpmgton Lochrels ana Indian Kunner , timate of Kentucky's loss in the tragic 'to leve a man who did not care in praise be. Willow plumes don't tempt ' ducks, both stock and eggs. Carlton death of that splendid Warren County he same way for her it seemed During the disagreeable weather mo In the least. But I would like Elkin. farmer boy, asphyxiated in Washine- - lothing short of brutal. people have lost track of the work on say for this summer a real fine straw At length In one of her letters ' by blowing out .the gas, sort, as pliable as the seven-dolla- r the new school building, but the g price of $5,000 ! 'Pumably The Mary wrote the following paragraph: i lf for no other reason than at least be- , ..m ,.of contractors have been losing no time cloth almost and very rich broad pale i, o- v.., "I can't help thinking, Denis, that , ; - . ,, ..OOJ.O.U purple velvet for a bow and a trail of 1.11c Ullilllliuil tuIJIlUVVt;! letters seem as though they are and every possible hour has been put in boar, Defender, by a firm of vuuoc iiu nao of the State; but if his example abide vritten with an effort, and it makes there, with the result that it is rapidly orchilds. I say just the thing yesterWoodford county stockmen. day for seventeen dollars and a and other boys learn the lesson his ne fear that what I have thought e approaching completion, and hopes are Paris tip, inside the crown to make busy career impressed, he will not is really true. It seems dread entertained that it will at least be The city people call the farmer, Rube believe it came from there." Hayseed, Country Jake, Clod Hopper, have lived in vain, and each returning 'ul to doubt you, dear, but it would completed in time for the Commence"Go get It!" Wingfield ordered, pulland a dozen other familiar epethets Autumn when the yellow banners of oe more dreadful to let matters reach ment exercises. ing a roll of bills from his pocket and the corn, in unnumbered fields, have in irrevocable stage and then to tossing them to her. but the farmer doesnt have to eat Farmers Backward With Their Work. to the Summer of his loubt. She did not touch the money. She embalmed beef, withered waved good-by- e "We looked at him steadily, smiling still useful life, and well filled granaries Denis, have always been chums, vegetables and cold storage eggs. The unusual amount of wet weather and now we are promised for tell of other effort nobly done these something deeper than friendship. at the time of year has kept back the that old smile. "I have never yet put wants his boy to stay will be his monument, attest his service 3an you say from the bottom of your work of the farmers and when spring the rent Into finery," she said, dropIf the farmers ping her eyes. on the farm he must make farm life and add to the elemental value of a aeart that this is what you desire? weather does open up, work on the Wingfield scowled. "I am beginto him. Commonwealth that is proud to claim "Perhaps I am wrong in doubting farm will open with it in a rush. Com- ning to believe i: might better for us attractive ?ou; but if I am not, oh, please do not The time has come when the farm him. Lexington Herald. plowing has been done. if you did," ho yaid. "You're not a bit besitate to say so. Don't think you paratively little calls for talent and there is no better 'jut nobody wants a and the time for sowing tobacco beds will be doing the right and honorable In the Old Way. place for the bright, capable, educated dowdy anyvhere. That's how you're is right on them, so as soonjis weather The world isn't growing much wiser. hing hy masking your real feelings." left out of tilings. 1 have to go it is boy than on the farm. If you want How had she guessed? He had tried conditions will permit, the farmers will Men continue to climb fences and drag part of the game to be seen right the boy to stay with you he must be so hard to be all he was supposed to be very busy. gun after them. and things are Blow enough as it is." interested in some sort of partners! ip. the !e. "I have not complained," Jean said We Never Said It. Give him some land to cultivate and let He wanted her, and yet there was calmly. "It Is not very exhilarating something missing, and she had rechim make some money of his own. Fine Filly Dies. Some of the newspapers throughout eating bread and cheese In the kitchognized It. The farmer boy should be encouraged Eighth District persist in making en alone, when you are with your R. S. Scudder, oZ near McKinney, so ashamed of himself, so the He felt to enter the coin club where he may the statement that the Climax will op- friends. Still, somehow I would rathhave a two fold interest. The interest is having a little more than his share gnominous. He would have given the pose the candidacy of Governor er stick to the bread and cheese. They attached to raising the largest possible of bad luck this winter. A few weeks irorld to have asbeen able to answer in the event of his announce- do not bore me not anything like the .lary's letter a true lover would those table d'hote crop at the least cost and also securing ago he and W. O. Walker lost a very nave done, but instead he wrote: ment for the U. S. Senate. This idea is gang which haunts a valuable premium without expense. valuable brood mare which they had right to doubt me, Mary. erroneous, as the Climax has herto- - places." "You were paid $300. for. Sunday night Mr. Jean has risen, hat In hand. She Ihcru is no woman on earth I care fore, and always will under the present Center Bros, sold to T. C. Rankin, 1 Scudder lost from preumonia a very 'or like you, but It Is not the love a management, support a Madison county turned to the mirror and set it upon her head, speculation in her eyes, a mule, $150, Henry Cox bought pair handsome coming yearling filly by the nan should feel for his future wife, outsiders. There has nev the Her owner was t Is cowardly to fly to excuses, but I .man against cause why this paper should stronger frown underneath year'sbrim. mules of Joe Hammonds, for $400.00, great Rex Peavine. bird "It looks like a last salalways feel that our parents er been any hall Mr. William Lear has purchased the preparing her for the combination nave been classed agdinst a home man nest," she commented, tossing It to handsome sa.ddle stallion, Madison es to be held in Lexington next month were responsible they rushed us Inthe celling and catching It askew. lor any office. Kicnmund Climax. Squirrel, of Mark Goins, price $550.00. and she was already in the pick of con- - to the engagement. "Nobody would believe I was once a "What will you think of me, Mary? vprv h.rh Mr. Lear sold to V. A. Lear pair 2 yr, ;tinn SmirlrW nlnn" fielder, though a substitute," she said We have always been such chums. old mules for S3C0.00 and an aged mule valuation on the filly and good judges I nd MW J &m ref with a faint twinkle. "Do you retfae fcest girt member the game Tim? Out In the for $200.00, TV B. Robinson sold mare say sne was worm an ne asKeo. in that the world could give me. It back lot I was just thirteen and mule to T. C. Rankin for $200.00 Virgil terior Journal. makes me feel so mean and gawky as a young calf but I could dear; but, as you say, it will only pair of real be better to sever while we have the Feed your fowls a variety of foods. run and had the plenty of litter for the winter legs left available." Get in chance. "I remember well." Tim nodded. "I don't suppose you will see me scratching. "That was a game sure. Accident Maying flock o fhens will drink again for a long time. I shall go was epidemic ten of our noble team, away Eomewhere I don't care where about seven quarts of water a day legs, arms. Hens will not lay when permitted canned with sprained but I feel that I want to hide." not a one village post- - to run about the farm In the wet and shoulders what not. But you did It He walked down to the could have caught the fly office and posted the letter himself. cold, That reminds A larirA nnrt. of the food for DOUl- - saved the game for us. Then he turned away and walked alslowly down a lane, his head bent in try should be grains because they are me I met Treptow last week and most the first thing he said was: thought, trying to picture the future natural grain eaters. I alia Green food of some kind Is neces 'Where is that sister of yours? The without Mary. sary to make hens do their best In the girl of the fly?'" He slept badly that night for think"You didn't tell him of course," ing of Mary. He began to feel that, line of egg production. All laying and-- growing chickens Jean said quietly. though they were not to be husband Wlngfleld looked down. "You know and wife, he did not want to lose her. must have some kind of meat food In I can't tell people," he said almost morning he thought of her order to do their best. Next Sudden fright and excitement at fretfully, "If they knew I we kept reading the letter, and he felt he expect O! hang it! would have given anything had he once tells on the egg crop. Never al- house they'd not written it or been able to regain low strange dogs about where the You know why." "Perfectly," Jean said. "You are possession of It ere it reached her hens are. Light framed birds that mature ashamed to seem poor you'd mind hands. being His thoughts were interrupted by quickly, such as Leghorns and Mlnor-ca- that worse, much worse, thanmind should not be kept with those of poor. You like to be liberal the arrival of a servant with a teleSince you I don't say extravagant. gram. Tearing it open, a groan broke the heavier fowls. The male bird Is the most Impor- earn most of the money, you have a from his lips as he read: tant Individual in a breeding pen right to spend It as you choose. I "Come at once. Mary ill. through which to raise the egg laying have never complained I never shall. "LIDIARD." But this I ask if Billy Treptow qualities of young fowls. And In that moment Denis Hewitt Visit the chicken house at night. comes In your way again ask him knew he loved Mary, and hastened to Note the quality of the air, and the here to dinner." her bedside. breathing of the birds. If the house is "Ask hlra! When he has all the rich He seemed to wait an eternity out- stifling, it needs more air. folk running after him! Don't you side the door of the room. He did not White of the egg is recommended know that?" Wlngfleld demanded see the nurse who watched him curi- in cases of fracture In chickens, for Jean nodded, but persisted. "Ask ously, and he scarcely saw Mr. and soaking the bandages, thus binding him. I know he'll come lf you tell out of the them together and stiffening. Mrs. Lidiard as they came him I am to be cook." room. Exercise produces warmth, provides Somehow Wingfield did ask Billy. Then he entered, his gaze riveted pleasure and promotes health, there- In fact, he could not very well escape on the thin, white face framed in a fore it Is well to let hens hunt in It, because Billy developed suddenly a mass of golden hair. a deep litter ot etraw for all their turn of inquiry that quickly brought "Mrr." he said huskily; "oh. grains. out the facts. Jean was In the city keeping house for her brother- Billy straightway demanded the address Wlngfleld went home laggardly. It was late when he got there too late for anything but a hurried change of costume. It took him all aback to find the living room deserted, the dining room, a tiny place, likewise empty except for massed roses. He wondered lf. after all, Billy Treptow was not coming. It was five minutes past the hour. Suddenly from the kitchen he heard voices and laughter. Pushing into the door there was not room to go dean inside he saw fiilly with both arms about Jean, whost hands upheld a platter of de lectable fried chicken. She was laughing and saying: "Mind! You'll, upset your dinner," to which he was answering, "Not on your life. I've been waiting five years to eat your cooking now I mean to eat It al ways." 03OfrOfrCOtCoatWO9'JOOgwO -- 53 l?s: 3 J 0, n half-wistfu- l, half-puzzle- d halt-close- d 5u mm BSTmSSr ffi -- g """ tm "u. If" WOULD - g ANY BODY PAY record-breakin- roc-Jers- Jl", f,,., n. be-'or- U fn pcj jp gj H lei I j g i g g$ Cooking is skilled labor. Yet unskilled labor is worth 20c an hour. Surely you who manage a household, cook three meals, mend clothes, and make men happy, earn at least the wages paid unskilled labor. 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