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No matter where Woodrow Wilson turns day or nieht that "Choir Invisi- , ble" is always before him sinking; "0 Promise Me." , Section No. 1 1. PURE REL1GI0A, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. ' . 9 llT ' . " " i S33Cg3r3Eg33g5!g2E2 fe FLOWS- - WAGONS, Kevelatlons ot graft throughout the g 13 country are described as surprising. The surprising thing to us is that the public thinks it surprising. J . . . : . IBHw m i ' nm I HARNESS, H The Circle Girls will have an exchange Miss Rella Arnold Millinery Store this Saturday, Feb. 8th. Also anotner one on Saturday before Easter. at iP g . - H UMBER 4. .1 wi Hl WfVi w i$d A v 9k I y Awry waMKsxfcrm? mmwmuaa-mm- I Ida Tarbell says women should work for wages. Most of the married wom en do, but they have too much family pride tc put the bill in the hands of a lawyer for collection. What's the matter with making the dedicatory exercises of our new school building a "dinner on the ground" affair. Surely we could find no more fitting occasion for a spread. HHHlfe$MHll 11 G. B. Swinebroad. ' i&iSf James A. Beazley. - il m i& 1 JL 8 UIJ IP U AND 1 m S Inl frSJ The above named trentleman ft 3 Come, Get Prices and See Who Are Your Friends S That Live and Let Live. N BROTH I Lancaster, Ky. A 8 K5S3IS33r33C3tC&33 S33C&&C&&S33 Room Making SAL E 1 cc V" Soils ASXnMT Must have room for them. Closing out all new Winter and Spring stock at very low prices. All Ladies Suits and Coats going at less than cost. announced for the Democratic nomina The ground hogs job always did ap tion for Countv Attorney of thia mm. peal to us especially when he can go ly, n is nttmg to give the voters a back'in and take another six weeks sketch of his past, and mention the after deciding the weather does not principles for which ho stnn.?0 w has always voted the democratic ticket suit him, as he evidently did Sunday. and his ancestors adhered to the same We have always had the utmost political faith. confidence in the Ground Hog, and from he was born in Hardeman County, the various kinds of weather we have West Tennessee, December the lGth. experienced since Sunday, we are more 1872. His parents came and settled in than ever convinced that he is a truthful Lincoln County Kentucky whor tfc prognosticator. now reside, six miles from Lancaster. We had wondered what caused the He attended school in Lancaster and darkness when no cloud appeared in the Danville, graduating at Pontnt. rvoio sky, but when the Winchester papers in 1893 and at the Law school of the came it was seen it had been caused by same college in 1895. taking a postthe Democrat slinging mud on the Sun. graduate course at the same school in If this keeps up we may look for a to- i(wo-ibunder J. Procter Knott, R. Havinc: served thrift terms as ampm. tal eclipse. P. Jacobs and John W. Yerkes. He ber of the City Council, of Lancaster, The big water tower is nearing manifested a laudable ambition this he is familiar with public service. He completion. What about that light on early in life, by riding horse 'back was a member of the water works com- top of it? Better make arrangements from his fathers home, a distance of hmittee, assisted in selecting the site for for it before the structural iron men six miles, for eight years, in order to same, made trips to other cities to leave, for there will be no person in acquire his education. Ho nntnino study such works, and was largely inlaw license in 1895 and opened his of- Lancaster with sufficient temerity to strumental in making our plant a sucnce in Lancaster in 1896. cess. climb up and arrange the wires. He has held several nlaces of n.ililiV His best work, and whiVb en If the United Confederate Veteran trust, all of which he discharged faith- deared him to many that of the best people, were organized to keeD alive the con fully. He was City Attorney of Lan- in tne town and countv. was his, ditions that existed in the South prior caster for two terms, beinf vimmni in service as chief of nolice which to Appomattox, they did right in order- the prosecution of the blind tiger ele resulted i n the utter elimination ing that no woman should appear in the ment and getting many judgments. and eradication of blind titrera. liauor general association riding astride, as vindicating law and order. dives The water works system was es- had and other immoral resorts, which we are su e no such conditions or posi been a terror to the city of Lancastablished during his term, and he pre- ter. In tions existed prior to that time. this work he was absolutely pared the specifications for the same, impartial and free from favoritism, being also a member of the committee We Congratulate Mr. Batson. treating rich and poor, white and colorto investigate the systems in other ed, high and low. all alik... Thi-- i Miss Eunice Prather. formerly a valu cities. duct put his life in jeopardy on several ed emDlove of the Record office, has ac He compiled and indexed the nrdin. occasions and those nearest to him incepted a position as saleslady in the es ances of the city, and in such matters sisted that he resign his offW hut un tablishment or Mr. K. il. uatson. 11 he contributed to the public, as the daunted and with the highest Miss Prather Droves as efficient behind degree of work was out of all nroDortion to the courage, i the rnunter as she did at a "case". Mr. he continued the work which meager salary received. resulted in an era of peace, happiness t Batson is to be congratulated upon the On account of his interest in the im- ' anu prosperity hitherto unknown in the latest acquisition to his force of clerks. provement of the county, he was se- - community. At the close of the last lected as chairman of the County De- - year of his service SIGS0. for fines, was veiopment committee, in the organiza- paid into the City treasury. tion of the commercial club of the citv If elected County Judce he will ail- and county. here strictly to such a course as will He was raised on a farm, nwna n protect and insure the best interest of farm, and is identified with the. farm- the people generally, resrardless of anv ing interests of the county, being a individual or clique. His official serbreeder of ffne Jersey cattle and in- vice in the past evinces his love of justerested in stock raising. He married tice and his desire a Lancaster lady and lives in tho snh. so as to bring the to enforce the law greatest good to the urbs of the city, and having children to greatest number and to avoid graft and educate he takes a deep interest in the favoritism in any form. schools. He is a member of tho OHn He will favor the improvement of all Fellows, Knights of Pythias and the roads and the building of new roads in Masonic lodges. As a member of the a manner to conform to the DrinciDles real estate firm of Hughes and Swine- of justice and equity to all sections, broad, by work and advertising the imposing no burden on any class, and wealth and resources of the county, he remaining within the purview of the has done much good in Dromotiner the law. To accomplish this end he would interests of the people generally. In favor the appointment of a road super the practice of his profession, he hna visor who is competent, industrious, made the law of real estate aspecialty. and who will work constantly to insure The importance of the office. whiVh the best results. he seeks, is realized by every body and He would favor the renting of the certain legal qualifications being requir- Poor House farm bv competitive hirl- ed, it is claimed that his Drenaratinn ding, or in such a manner as to bring meets every requirements, that hi3 edu the most money, and deal with it as the cation and practice fully qualify him interests of the people for the office. He is versed in the law, same would be true of demand. The the Workhouse. able in prosecution, ambitious, accurate, He would favor the appointment of a honorable, capable and industrious. He County Treasurer, who will deposit the has not only been successful in his own funds with such banks or banking inbusiness affairs but has successfully stitutions, as will insure the safekeeprepresented his clients in the lower ing of the same, on terms that will incourts and in the Court of Appeals. sure the best results for the county. He 13 amply able to prosecute crimiBeing a trustee of the Graded School nals and to assist the fiscal court in pro- and feeling proud as an tecting the interests of the people. that will promote of it generalinstitution the welfare His platform includes the following of the people, he would favor every declarations: pure politics in"The Land course or proceeding, under his iuris- of Now". A campaign without the use diction, that would in any way assist in liquor. Retrenchment and reform of protecting and maintaining that wherever needed. Proceedines to brin p about the greatest good to the greatest Briefly, he promises to cive, and his number. Efficiency in public service. friends believe that he would render, an Such oversight, maintenance and disadministration that would approach the position ol all the properties of the highest ideals of government, both in county as will insure the bent rml the trial of civil and criminal causes and promote the general welfare. and in the fiscal department He He will urge his claims and define his would favor all that elevates and opposition on all public questions, as the pose all that degrades. As he has been campaign progresses, as he expects to tried and not fotmd wanting, it would address the people in all sections of the be no error to vote for his nomination county. He has a stroncr following next August. will work for bis nomination and which election. Send The Record' As A Valentine. hnvlno- the Democratic nomination Having announced as a candidate for for Judge of the Garrard County Court, a brief sketch of the past career of the above named gentleman, and a reference to what he favors or approves, are respectfully submitted to the voters. He is in the prime of life, being 42 years oi age, and is related to many prominent people in this and Lincoln County. He has held and still hoMs places of public trust, always discharging his duties in a manner that pioves his fitness for higher positions. He is an Elder in the Christian church, to which institution his faith and devo tion are beautiful and consistent. He is a member of the leading fraternal oraers anu stands well with the 1 S1 rii Clover, Si Trl' oints. Timothy, Blue-Graarid Oats. ss m iEi IS 3 1 m Iri M m m 1DH! MJSHJrasjlMJS IJlirSiJrM'lIlMBilll AND in t For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wag ons and Harness. sLSz J. l$ W. EOMAUS. UfSik D UGAR, UGAR. Senator Bradley Even Has His Home Town In His Minds Eye. H.T.Lo t . The daily naDers reDort the fact that the Public Buildings Revision Committee had completed their reviewof the items Buzzing Bees. for Kentucky and that the bill was now ready to be placed in a draft to go to Political bees seem to be buzzine in the President for his signature; it was quite a number of bonnets. further added that "Senator Bradlev As we have said before we will show would ad an item of $55,000. for a public no favoritism, and if there is one in building at Lancaster". The full youi bonnet, just come right along and amount allotted to Kentucky in the Bill. let us tell the public about it. No use exclusive of the last named item is- - Ito act modest any longer, 'every body $433,000. is doing it now". Our next number will be a Valentine number and what could be nicer to send a former Lancastrian as a valentine than our paper, cither one number or for the year. 20 lbs for $1.00 CASH. t J DAVIDSON & DOTY i 4 -- ,t tjr !& ii3.i..fHL.-f- r w -- JWM. t T 9vfe$i;$$$$$$$t$&$$&$&QQ&$ it rareygyft' h K;TBTnrga y g;g" trygrsmrg vs$s4$5e' KSSSSSSSSSSSkSS&s EHJKrHrKiK-&Mi:H1VKaKiaSf- t JfEXSsTir SSJOCSiOfif ; I M. A Will5 Be. SPRING lMMIftlliu mBflHS8Sm&&B2E>i&mBgg&Qg38BBSE3 UrLIUJNlr Of ZSZZF&ZS I Held Here THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, February 6th, 7th and By special arrangement with the famous Tailoring House of 8th, 1913. g We wilThave with us, in conjunction with our new Spring Line of Custom Woolens, an expert Designer and Cutter one of the best Schloss Bros. & Co's men pared to give you the benefit of his experience as to the best fabrics and styles for the coming Spring and Summer. This Designer is personally a very high-clas- s if desired, take your measure for'a new Suit or Overcoat. It will cost you nothing to meet and talk with this Style Expert nor will you be obliged in any way. We cordially invite you to see him, and to learn merchant-tailore- d Baltimore will come prewho Tailor, and will, what will be the fashion, this Season, in the great stylecentres. H t H H Our Schloss Custom-Tailore- d Clothes are not expensive, but they rank with the finest garments in the country. You ought to wear them. Investigate. :: x 3 3 U 0044a$H3$33H3l&0 JAS W s KS9SKWH2SK3$Bd? SMITH, House OKOJKlSH tO KJ O Ki.alg':g"g;,.g,glg.sii,'a'.s Of Quality - a:s:s,Jt - grf 39HJ?SSJ?S 9K9SIW1WIWKJBk1 I . eounty in the state, producing over cause, therefore come forward prompt-- 1 promise or are expecting some favors ' Hope We Will Go Beyond Contemplation. Gty Council Holds Regular Monthly Meetstairways in uur Alleys. six million of pounds annually, which ly and give every possible aid to the I if certain candidates are elected, begin In the language of Brer Rabbit, Stanford who already has several ing And Transacts Routine Business. would all be marketed at home, and movement. to make great claims and predict easy incorporated. success for their man, but the mass of miles of splendid concrete sidewalks "tear out our eyeballs, pull out our we could reasonably expect half that $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. expect to have more in the spring, the ears by the roots, fling U3 in the briar The City Council of the City of Lanamount to come from neighboring The Cumberland Telephone Company, the voters are not yet committed to counties, making it very reasonable generally known as the telephone trust, any candidate. The voters are going Interior Journal says the City Council patch, but please Brer Councilmen, caster held its regular monthly meetJ. E. ROBINSON. "EDrroR. ing on Monday night, in the absence of for us to expect at least ten million has recently take n over several inde- to be slow about lining up this time. contemplates ordering more pavements dont put no stairways in our alleys. Give us a filter, that won't filter.give Mayor Logan, Cap't William Herndon. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. pounds of tobacco to pass over the pendent telephone companies in cen- Who will get the votes in this county in the spring. The City Council of Lancaster have long been contemplating the us a reservoir that won't hold water, one of the Council, presided. The reglocal breaks annually. tral Kentucky. Either raised rates or for any office is still an open qua3tion. ordering of pavements in Lancaster, give us streets that are hot cleaned, Entered at the Tost omee In Lancaster, Ky., ular routine business, which consists of The people are waiting to hear from Go to Danville, Lexington, Richmond, limited service immediately followed Mall Matter. but beyond that put down by progressive give us garbage cans that are not emp u Second-Clashearing of the reports of various any loose leaf market, watch the sales, the consolidation. The patrons are the candidates. We carTWrtainly pre citizens, without the coercion of the tied, but please, fust please, "Brer J the committees and paying of current bills, dict better conditions when a majority Member Kentucky Press Association hear the auctioneer as he goes down protesting. They are perhaps too late City Council, thev have never reached Councilman, dont put stairways in our was transacted. the long line of baskets, now he comes in their awakening. Had they only of the people are influenced by a de further than contemplation. However alleys." and Horace K. Herndon wa3 by unanimto a Garrard county crop, hear him, been on guard when these respective sire to have better government and we have the promise and are expecting Eighth District Publishers League. ous vote elected City Clerk to succeed more efficient officers rather than help hear his talk to the buyers, it is some- franchises were disposed of under great things with the advent of good Listen Chiidden And You Shall Hear Of the late Logan R. Smith. thing like this "Well, well, see here which the companies were operating some personal friend or reward some weather. It appearing to the satisfaction of the politician for past party service. Lancaster, Ky., February 7, 1913. The Ride Of Fair Paul Reveres. boys, here is a Garrard county crop, the present trouble could have been Council that the "Street cleaning from THE HOME OF GOOD TOBAC- averted. In Memory Of Abraham Lincoln. Four expert horse women who will The Senate, by the necessary consists of Mr. Wil CO, get on your bidding clothes now city vote, passed the resolution subRates For Political Announcements and come and get SOMETHING The people of this they and county The House has passed a bill to erect Ie&u tne Paraae ot tne suaragettes into liam Poff, a cart and horse, were a are fortunate in that can still prode-tsuperfluity, Mr. Poll's services were For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 GOOD", and the "boys" do get on tect themselves, for no telephone fran- mitting to the State a constitutional a memoral to Abraham Lincoln on ! Washington on March 3, will be tached from the "petticoat cavalry" dispensed with and hereafter the reamendment limiting the Presidency to north bank of the Potomac. It 10.00 their "buying clothes", and the con- chise has ever been disposed of here. For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 sequence is the Garrard county crop The telephone companies who conduct a single term of Six years. Should the will cost $2,000,000, and, it is said, shortly af ter Baltimore is passed and mainder of that "department" will be resolution pass the House, as is expectat regular intervals will be sent off under the supervision of Chief Herron, 10 tops the For Calls, per line market price for that days a business in this county are at the ed, and be ratified by two thirds of the will be the finest mpmnnnl py-i-t nrpctprf on a dash to the capitol to carry the and when it becomes necessary to do 10 sales. And to the cheek of every man tola human being. Representative BorFor Cards, per line mercy of the city of Lancaster. Ef- States during the incumbency of Mr. news of the progress of their sisters. work on the streets or look after the For all publications in the interpresent from Garrard county comes forts have often been made to have Wilson, his term wouid be lenghtened land, of Mo., endeavored to pass a bill We think they should also stop Mr. Herron will at garbage cans, est of individuals or expresthe tinge of shame that the pro- the city sell a franchise. Several of to six years, and ho, like Mr. Taft and to construct a Lincoln memorial road every villiage and farm and give employ a mrn temporarily to perform from Washington to the spot on which sion of individual views, per duct of bis native county must be those presented were loaded at both Col. Roosevelt would be disqualified for Lincoln stood when he delivered his Get- the men the alarm to be up to hide the task. 10 brought to a market away from home, line ends, and on several occasions were further service in that office. An ordinance was passed making it Every tysburg address. He condended that their coats and pants. 05 instead of having one at home as should Obituaries, per line auout to uo so:u out tor the timely in- Democrat, save one, voted for the an offense to climb the new Water as Lincoln was a plain man he should be years ago. have been terference of a number of our far see- change and the two Progressives, Sena Tower, and fixing a penalty of $25. up The Evolution Of The Automobile. remembered by something useful, but But all thi3 is preliminary, let us to ing citizens who stayed the hands of tors Dixon and Poindexter voted We arc authorized to announce the on anyone violating that ordinance. Ollie James and other orators came to Mr. Robert L. Elkin never does any following candidates for Democratic the point; a concerted movement is on those who were in the act of permit against the resolution, which would the defense of the "Greek temple" in thing in a half hearted way. When he We think it very safe to predict that ' foot to establish a market in Lancas ting such a franchise go through. The mean the political death of their chief. Nominations. this ordinance will not be violated, a3 speeches ringing with patriotism. decided to become the agent of the ter. YOUR help i3 needed, you can aid city has the authority to fix the rates The surprise came when Senator Bradwould be a hard matter to hire anv Ford automobile, he also decided to be- it materially, the shares are 100. and it to be charged and regulate the service ley, who hates Col. Roosevelt "like For State Senator. one to climb the tower. Strike While The Iron Is Hot gin a systematic study of automobiles. is the desire to raise 25,000. Subscrip- a3 well as causing the service to be ex- pizen" voted against the resolutions The report of the Treasurer showed CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. Times are good at present, the farmer The study has proved so delightful he a balance of $225. in the treasury tion paper are in the hands of various tended to all parts of the county in the which would insure for Col. Roosevelt at Of Boyle County. is selling his tobacco, trade is good with has decided to publish a book entitled; the close of business on parties and every farmer and grower franchise it sells. It would be but a a quiet old age. Feb. 1st "The evolution of the Automobile", the merchant and a general feeling of t i t in Garrard county who can possibly do little less than criminal for any body Mr. Moynahan, who did the concrete . For Representative. thrift pervades the community. Before wnlcn lne Kecoru wnl snortlv Pnnt- so, Bhould take just as many shares as vested with the authority to dispose of work on the filter at the water works, John M. Farra and J. R. Mount are long the spring work will begin, the , ,s about the Slze of a New ork te,e" gave he possibly can in order to assure the a telephone franchise with existing notice of a mechanics lien for JOHN M. FARRA. contending candidates for repre- farmer will have nothing to sell, will Phone book and dea'3 Wlth the develop-b- e success ofHhis movement. Now bear conditions so generally known, without the it $330.40 for work on same, which in the J. R. MOUNT. sentative of Garrard county. If electment of the automobile, its effect upon all going out and nothing coming in, i in mind you are not asked or expected having the peoples rights fully safeevent the city finally accepts the filter, ed, it is rumored that Mr. Farra will business will slack up with the merchant ! churchBers. th t of living, the which appears to GIVE anything, subscribing for guarded. There is telephone consoliexceedingly doubtful, be a candidate for the speakership. 'For County Judge. temPer of horse lovers and pedest- - will have to be and there will be a general tightening , stock does not mean that you are mak- dation all around us. It might happen satisfied before any "Among The Politicians" In Danville of the nurse e has let nothing get away strings all round. Nownan3- ing a donation, it means that you are in Lancaster and Garrard County if a more money can be paid to the contractCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. Advocate. from him, he starts with the four toed there is going to be a desire upon the making an investment, and that it is a franchise similar to some offered to the ors who constructed the filter. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. good one, the eagerness with which council could be secured. The people If Reports Are True Lancaster Is In A part of the ladies of the community, Shetland pony of prehistoric times and Mr. W. J. Romans miufc application who we suppose will of course take traces the equine decent to Pegasus, for a permit to construct a loose leaf stock in other towns is being can well afford to watch this telephone fire escape For Sheriff. the winged horse that turns into a Fcrd Dilemma Over The Construction Oi charge of the Park and improve it, to sought, fully demonstrates. But the business in this city. If they fail to do in the alley adjoining the opera house, automobile. On his way he takes up want to raise some money for that idea now is to secure the subscription so, their plight may be like our appeal C. A. ROBINSON. which request was referred to the Her New Filter. purpose, and we would suggest to the.m the wooden horse of the Trojans, the Street Committee. of enough stock to build the warehouse, ing neighbors, without any prospect ASHBY ARNOLD. If the reports which are being that their efforts would probably meet "hobby horse" as ridden by so manyof and beyond any doubt that stock will for relief. W. L. LAWSON. generally circulated about town, and with better success just now than it our citizens and devotes a whole chap be worth par value by the time the W. S. CARRIER. We Need One. ter to the dark horse in Lancaster poli very first sale is made in the local The average American very probably which the Record has heard from a very would later along when the tightening tics, even naming som2 of them, which warehouse. No use pointing out the will take the view that the officials of reliable source, are true, the City of process 3ets in. For County Attorney. It strikes us very forcibly that Lanis well worth the price of the book. advantages of a home market, they the American Amateur Athletic Union Lancaster is "in bad" with its The book is illustrated throughout by caster stands sadlv in nepd of Rnmo A Filter That Filters, Nit. recently constructed filter. In fact we G. B. SWINEBROAD. are manifold and have been time and made a "mountain out of a mole-hill- " our own artist, H. Clay Sutton, and we kind of a commercial organization. It GREEN CLAY WALKER. again pointed out to you through these when they decided that Jim Thorpe, have it from a member of the City The town of Lancaster is the proud have only space to mention one illus- is true that we have the Garrard County columns, the idea has now become a the greatest athlete of modern times. Council that the filter as it now stands possessor of a filter that filters clear Development Association. andthenm tangible one, men are working at it, is a professional because he played isabsolutely worthless, and is wholly water when the water is clear, and tration which in the grand finale. The sounds very good and very For Jailer. capable, but interested in it, who will if you will as- baseball for a salary three years ago, inadequate to perform the work for muddy water when the water is muddy, "Land of Now" is not only represented we very much fear the actual organiz- JACK ADAMS. sist them, establish a home market, The decision ot the officials, forcing which it was intended and i3 expected and only cost the small sum of $2260.00 as the "Land of milk and honey", but ation has gone into a RiD Van Winld.. DAVE ROSS. but you must signify by your willing- Thorpe to return the trophies, which of it We have it upon reliable It has a living wonder in a headless of Automobiles. It represents every lethargy, and when it awakens it will ness to aid that you are in favor of he won entirely on his merits, and not authority that the City Council has horse, it having been discovered Mon- citizen of Lancaster seated in some not Know the county from whence it sort of Ford Automobile, waving banFor Assessor. this home market for your tobacco. by experience gained from playing already paid to the Greer Filter M'fg. day night that it had eaten its head off ners and starting on a tour of the mod- derived its name. Think of the advantages that you professional baseball, does not materi- Co. of Pittsburg Pa., who had the con- this winter. A commercial body is a potent factor DAVE C. SANDERS. ern coast to coast highway. will derive individually from a home ally effect the standing of the United tract for the filter, the sum of $1040., for the good of a community. E. B. RAY. We had wondered what the secret market, also give a thought to the States in the Olympics. Indeed it is being nearly onehaff of the contract sessions were held for and find out, from The business of a city or county, J. B. COLLIER. Dedication. pride of your home county, think that hard to draw the line between the price, and the contractors are demanding one who is on the inside of such things, while of the utmost importance, is W. L. HUFFMAN. all around us in surrounding counties, professional and .the amateur. How the remainder of their money, and that they are negotiating with Bamum Of Lancaster s New School Building In everybodys business, and everybody who do not raise one half the amount ever, the stand taken by the A. A. A. further more that the City HAS NO and Baily to take it off their hands for knows that "everybodys business is For School Superiotendant. Sight Occasion Will Be Memorable, of tobacco that Garrard does, are mar- U. is a very creditable one, for by th6 BOND for the faithful performance of $2000.00. Now if this goes through it nobodys business," and there should MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. kets, and we are compelled to go to rules of this organization he is a prof this contract The gentleman who gave will reduce the cost of the filter to therefore be some able and well organizus this information is fully acquainted The exterior work of the new school ed body authorized and ready to act in them with our crops, when we had essional, and American sportsmanship $250.00, which will bring it down to just as well have marketed it on a has been placed in an admirable light with the facts in the case, has been about what it shoud have cost We Duiming is now completed. The con- behalf of tb community when questions For Magistrate. home market, and thereby derive all beforethe world. Most colleges have conversant with the entire transaction are fortunate in having financiers at the tractors are pushing with all haste the touching the public good arise, and 1st District. from start to finish, and can be relied interior work and are promising the incidentally if such questions do and every advantage for our selves. solved the professional problem suchead of these affairs. not JOHN N. WHITE. building to the Board of Trustees ready arise, then make them arise. cessfully by appointing committes to upon to repeat his statements if neces Weigh the matter carefully, look at WALTON E. MOSS. sary. He further states that the filter for occupancy by not later than April This necessity is being forcibly Breaking Good Resolutions. it from every standpoint, what mat- investigate the case of every player, as constructed will positively not perSHIPTONH. ESTES. 15th. The date for the dedication ser demonstrated right at the present time. ters it who has subscribed, or who re- and until all colleges and athletic as- form the work required of DAVIS SUTTON. it that when This, the second month of the new vices has not yet been definitely fixed If we had a live Commercial organizafuses, who will or who will not aid in sociations do this, "rowdyism" will the proper amount 2nd District. of sand, gravel etc year, is the season of many failures to by the Board, but plans are already tion, they could take this never be elimnated. matter of a the matter, your interests will be safenecessary to filter the water as the con- carry out contracts that people have being talked and arrangements being BECKER. CHARLES tobacco market up and push The handsome trophies won by tract cal.Is to a guarded, the entire matter will be in for it, is placed in the filter, with themselves. The good resolutions made for this auspicious occasion. speedy and successful finish, it TAYLOR T. BURDETT. whereas the hands of your home people, and be- Thorpe have been returned to the that the water will not pass through it, laid with due ceremony as the founda Congressman A. O. Stanley has ac we must depend upon a few public LOGAN ISON. The that the filter is cause one of your neighbors does not Swedish Olympic Committee. entirely too small and tion stones of character are broken up cepted the invitation from the Borrd spirited and progressive minded citizens take kindly to che idea is no reason tiophies are the Czar of Russia's wholly inadequate to the necessities to macadamize the broad road that leads of Trustees to deliver the dedicatory to look after the matter, and this is not your assis challenge prize, awarded to Thorpe for demanded why you should with-hol- d to destruction. The first of last month, address. Congressman Stanley of It said that opportunity knocks It is is right business men have not the time tance, he does not help you to raise winning the Decathon, and the King It appears to us that this matter if we were faithful to the custom of the thoroughly in sympathy with school to devote to such matters, anditshould once in a lifetime at every mans door, your crop and he will not help you to of Sweden's trophy for winning the should be and if the summons be allowed to go carefully looked after, and if season, we drew up a balance sheet of work having spent several years of his not be expected of them, much better unheeded, it passes by, perhaps never market it, place it in your power to rentathon. Ihey will be turned over the filter is not according to contract, our failings and virtues. Most of us life as a teacher. He is known as one to have an organization with everv to return. Opportunity is knocking at market it at home, and to the very to the athletes who firnished second to bond or no bond, no more of the city's decided to be better and spend less. of the most pleasing and brilliant ora- business man a member, regular dues, money should be wasted on it YOUR door. Will you allow the knock best possible advantage, and without the Sac and Fox Indian. We all have a more or less conscious tors to be found and the Board is for- and meetings, and when such questions to remain unanswered, and take the the enormous expense which has atIt is our opinion that the State Board feeling of turning over a new leaf, tunate in securing his services for this arise, the dues paid into the organization chances upon its never being repeated? tended the marketing in the years past, Persopal popularity is always a good ot Health are entitled to a say in the a determination to make a better rec- occasion. The people of the city and will provide funds with which to meet The opportunity now presents itself to say nothing of the physical disad- asset for a candidate. But we think construction of municipal filters, and ord in the new year when we threw the county rejoice with the Trustees in the the necessary expense incident to such to establish a Loose Leaf Tobacco vantages to yourself, your men and that it will be worth less in the primary we cannot but think that it would be a old calendar in the waste basket and success of this undertaking, for the occasions. Market in Lancaster, and if the present your teams. August 1913 than any election ever good idea to consult them as to theeffi-cac- e hung up a new one. Later, about the building seems to meet with the ap Other cities in the state, many of Let us again urge you, for the mat- held in Kentucky. The people every opportunity be neglected, the chances ot the plant before it is finally first of February there comes a time proval of every person that has given them, no larger than Lancaster have are that this chance will be gone for- ter is an urgent one and the time is where are learning that the election of occepted. We know of our own know- when we question our wisdom in the matter any interest This build organized and efficient commercial ever, for as time passes these markets short, to assist in this movement, the a man to office is simply employing a ledge that the State Sanitary Engineer, having bound ourselves. This is the ing will not only be the city's only organizations, and which have done and are being established everywhere, and greatest one ever instituted by home public servant and that frequently the Prof. E. H. Mark of Bowling Green, is time of danger when the strength of white school but will also be the coun- are still doing much good for their in the near future, it is highly probable people and for home people, in Gar- one who has the greatest personal an expert on such matters, and he our resolution is put to the test. If we ty's high school. community, then why should not we they will be built in such close rard county, The subscription papers popularity makes the poorest' officer. would gladly and without expense to give way to the impulse we lose ground. that On account of the very uncomfortable have such an organization. proximity to us that it would be un- are out and being circulated by various The candidate is realizing that the the town, come here and give an expert Remember it is more important to keep quarters occupied by the school awaitWe move the Garrard Conntv wise, an unprofitable investment, to parties, sign one and subscribe every voter'wanta to know what he proposes opinion in the matter. the promises you make to yourself than ing the completion of the new building, Development Association to intr. you can afford; if some one does to do if elected to the office and you establish one here. As the matter dollar We do not pretend to attemnt to those you make publicly, for breaking faculty, pupils and parents are fondly voluntary liquidation and that her mantlp stands at the present time, we have not visit you and ask your enlistment will begin to hear from the candidate. dictate to the City Council as to what the latter only injures your reputation, wishing for the day of dedication. It descend upon the "Lancaster & Garrard the opportunity to establish a market in the cause, then come to town and While some, in their enthusiastic de thev shall or shall not do in this matter. but breaking the former impairs your is being planned that all the schools of County Commercial Club", and that the in Lancaster which would be the best inquire, any one can tell you where to sire to get tne jod, may promise more but we do think that the people, the character. the county join with the Lancaster latter organization be a live one. kind in the Blue Grass region of find a list, ask your banker, he can tell than he can do, still the people would taxoavers interests should be safe of its Stick to your good resolutions through Graded School and make the day of Kentucky. Why, do you say; because you, but above all things remember like to hear the promises. Now, you guarded in this as well as in all other February, for good habits start from dedication one memorable in the history Bring your Shoulders. Bacon and this is the best burley tobacco growing yojr assistance is needed in this good will hear those parties who have the things. of the county. Jowls to Curreys. the seed of a good resolution. tf. The Central Record f, two-thir- he . " . a - J 5 V -- - M UJr $ ection Mo. 2. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. THE lZ52& aWl JD TURE RELlQIOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND JL SJJS- GOOD GOVERNMENT si 7 tf .i-i.i"l A UK f OJI & V- - X k V ar- -: M3S7 5 J3L . s us W fc , WL JH- -F Section No. NUMBER 2. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913. 44. tSSI5SS2SS2rsr pg t'JiMr Rl ts v t.-1 522S532 73 UM MriiiQ, iiLiji as m "a T?v es Fm SiVySM.1 9E& a&H m A - vb IMfe. .. S9B lWli . w ?Sig32S3Sj Bb VB ! ET5?3EJ TEWIv ES saj w BPPn J2aKSS2$5iJcSI:.5Ri33Bi 5ap w lt ?2p3 "w 5bc Bre?JF3SHi V&e&iaa w s Ii5w:. ryw v csawcama j.-. EI3f -- w 14 SirviA zr 4 because it me,kes better BREAD and costs only ElETTcnjiLi r if ni ii our 6.25 A A"0 A1! "cffi KM If BW WHIT n I v if WafnayHl A fl i ih frU IB 1 Jl It a I - v JL IIh At hh n h II BH III if lllllill I H .fBBk. m. 4Ii H m 1 j iiiiu St T?i '1 P mi SsS fj ifl W H fi S 11 - Every Barrel Guaranteed to Satisfy. Be convinced. As long as this lot We load JL all COAL from lasts.with forks. r3 bKV J9. 9 "k 2n. uP &Z& ard Unless you have seen our Seed Oats, Clover and Timothy Seed, you are not posted on Quality Seed. Investigate. fI wLwyjci r4 BBk BQV) BBkcaBRT BB1 -- L aBH T mtm s J3..&. T3 BhJTrN ... ASTrV f ;g jC r'ssn pr j9 B 1ST SS & vfssfv&f of our SIP 3 3T VERIFY IT Door. flfc Free BE CJ Sample, Stomach Remedy Splendid For Gas, Sourness, Fermentation, Heaviness and Upset Stomach. S- - S 3ES 65, Ii. Im Phone 31$ iliif rersooa. bsanmtee t. 0 ai Ski Sufferers" In Lancaster. U j- saa6B-"- County Court Days. I JK Try a sack n 1 The Proof Is In Lancaster Almost at your r I Its always .2 $ 8 good, clean and 1 s wholesome. J Wa sell the COAL at lowest prices. Try a load. ill e Pffl tS jg "Ul iMEaaasiBiKjj Ri;s!i; yilEgiiISl iil. wv Trv &&&?&4i&2&m && MMm$m VA n 2 S 1 "This is My Choi rr w Duke's Mixture Presents' f i f t Among the many valuable presents now given away with Z.gf&wDuke'sMixture there issomething to satisfaction the suit every taste and in this presents are exactly like the tobacco itself. For all classes of men like the selected Virginia and North Carolina bright leaf that you get in 'i JA "Tfl5fl3E5l rmm-Illi a4 i County Judge A. D Ford. County Attorney J E. Kcbinon. Couuty Clerk J. . Hamilton. Mr. Luther Raney is suffering with Deputy clerk Harry lomlin-oSheriff George T. Ballard rheumatism. Deputy SLcrlff C A Koliiusnn. BUCKEYE. "Read Hudson & Hughes advertiseSuperintendent of Schools Miss Jennie Hlgment on this page. girs. W. 9. Mr. W. T. Noel has returned from E. McMillan sold to W. H. Whittaker Assessor Assessor Carrier. Ray. Deputy E. B. Lexington. one horse for $120.00 Jailer Jack Adams. Mr. Forest Stapp was in Lexington Judge Mare sold to Robert Long, one Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. last week. nice gilden for $200. MAGISTRATES. Reaa Hudson & Hughes advertiseLige McMillan bought of John Hicks J. P. Bourne 1st. Dl-- t. ment on this page. one work mule for $G5.00 Logan Iaoh iud. DNt. I)l-Mr. Prentis Walker was a visitor in H. C. Fowler sold a fancy mare to Harrison Kay 3rd. t. James Coldlron 4th, Lexington last week. Forest Stapp for 155. I CITY OF LAXC.V TEr.. There are but few crops of tobacco V. G.- - Preston sold to Earl Grow Mayor-n- .T Logan. in this community for sale. left some shoats at 6J cents. City Judge E. V. Harris. . i Mr. A. C. Miles made a business Aron Ray sold to Elijah UctWK trip to Nicholasville Thursday. ,. auuaw AUi o2 uis pur m. M Mouut. Cty Rev. GodDy of Nicholasville failed to j e. x. oanuers was in r City trao urcnara Chief Felice L. D. A. Thomas. E. Herrou. nil his appointment here Sunday. last week on a business trip. COUXCILMEK. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon are visitW. H. Whittier bought of Angle H.O Ilnmilton. I'arker Gregory. ing Mrs. Katherine Amon at Bryants-ville.-- " Saunders, one gilden at 120. B F. Walter. W. M. Zauoue. Clyde the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Q. S. Greenleaf. Wm.IIerndon. n. ! The public statement of a Lancaster sitizen is in itself strong proof for Lancaster people, confirmation but strengthens the evidence. Here is a Lancaster citizen who testified years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills relieved weak kidneys and now states the result was permanent. Can anv sufferer from kidney pills ask better proof? You can investigate. The case is right at home. George Wright, carpenter, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly confirm all that I said in 1908 praising Doan's Kidney Pills, They do all that is claimed fcr them. I suffered a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to the sides and over the kidneys. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tne United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Send your name and address to Booth's Buffalo, N. Y.; a postal card wiil do. Say "Send me sample of and you will have an opportunity to try for yourself a remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis or Catarrh of the Stomach that has relieved and cured thousands upon thousands of people throughout ", So certain aie Stomach Tablet3 in anv case of disordered stomach that R. E. McRoberts & Son will supply you with the distinct understanding that if you are dissatisfied with results they will refund the purchase price. Could anything be fairer? Stomach Tablets are highly recommended by leading harmacists every, 50c. A Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Morday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. " Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. Charles .V. llardlu. Commonwealths Attorney Hou. Emmet Pur J ear. Circuit CIcrV William E. Maon. Master Commissioner W. II. Brown. Trustee Jury Kuud Benj F. Kobiusou. Official Court Stenographer MUs Sue Shelby Mason. I ., . v rtrTi fiAf .. . In Vi.nJnAf.., - .!. st you Bothi- n- You lono for Some time 'an V.?'?':- build up trade . alwajs atUiiins our . p.im nTfl i.qln 'a hi.. kah .. ew diops ot this simple wash appMeit e So when tell you that bsve to the skin, takes away the Itch, inround the eczema remedy and re that wc stantly. .nd the cured all seem to bo laK. of it v.k i the manufacturer's l iron cted guarantee, backed b;-- on clve? D. L. 1). Prescription made by tho T you can Vptnd i.pon It that D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, to r Ivice not in order to oell a ve ..ve our of thymol, gljcerine. oil ot fpiy bottl cf medicine to ftinifcrfjreni arl otlivr heiiliiiir soothirur. sufferer-- - 1 t ive Know how it will Inip our coolm-- r ingredients). you aru just craay with itch,And if will fel you buines if we heip our patrona. and Ti'p Icplin In th itch cbsoluteiy othi awayeorl"d. moment you applleI B.t.3 .Alt Mil t. Mii Known skin rsmodVs Hut ve ill say nSii'ed D. D. the this D. ,,r tVe V of si youtronHe 'iirenr,s rrom anv made fast friends of mora Kind in r,lorlari or tetter, v vtti.t vou to trv a f'lli than ly t fssily hv recommendlnff thi nsh bottle of V. r tip o9 . a skin sufferer here arnt size L. D. ti r. And, if it does not do titg nor!!, ta.a there and we w.mt yo i to try it now y oa our resitie suarsnttc. R. E. McRoberts & Son. "r v.-- si-i- cmjotl cnt hif Prt-crtp- nc-pa- 5t u y. COT I y Doctors Of Dental Surgery DENTISTRY Their offices will be located in the Stormes Building over Kurt 5 Anderson's Store. P. S. Having changed the form of my practice, those owing me will please come in and settle their ac Very Respectfully. M. K. DENNY. counts' If. A Mr if Iit. have formed a partnership for the practice of I Trea-ure- &?ft4 sumjm&l I Now this famous old tobacco will be more popular for it is now a Liggett & Myers leader, and is equal in quality to any granulated tobacco you can buy. If you haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with the Liggct4 & Myers name m t'ie bag try it now. Yon will like it, for there i r lie"cr value anywhere. For 5c you gel cn arid a half ounces of choice granulated tobacco, unsurpassed by any in quality, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. 1 than ever Mrs. Forest Curtis and son. Carl were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson have returned home after a visit to friends at Lexington. Miss Jennie Dickerson has returned to her home at Hickmond after a visit to her sister Mrs. George Ray. Mrs. Mai Carter was called Sunday to the bed-sid- e of her sister Mrs. Mead Teater at Loyd, who was very ill. The many friends of Miss Sallie Noel are glad to know that she is out again after a very severe attack of e. 2j Walter Fain has been very sick. W. C. Sanders is suffering from a dislocated shoulder at this writing. Mr Ira Masten sold two mules, one for 175 and the other for 137.50. H. C. Fowler bought of C. S. Sanders a work team for a fancy price. Wm. Fain sold to Danville parties his crop of tobacco for 14 cts per lb. Elijah McMillan bought of Wm. Whittaker a tract of land for $700.0o A. T. and J. I. Sanders sold to Law-so- n and Brown 28,hogs for 6J cts per lb. The undersigned hereby give waning to all persons not totranspass 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 Price W S Ferguson W A Price E F Herring S L Rich W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney x Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West MrsE E Daniels H C Arnold D B Anderson II C Hamilton, W G Anderson, Conn L H Brown POSTED uw&mmzmfi tm&m&fiemim ei CHARLIE WHITE-fiOOJI GOD'S MEDICINES according to the Original & Exclusive Ponnula3 & Recipes of Charlie White-Mooy The Herbalist, for tha treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded Cow-boR, a, FOR CONSTIPATION Jfiss Ida Mae Sanders is visiting her cousin Miss Lavern Hicks of Marks-bury- .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duncan of Bur-gi- n have been visiting relatives at this " place. Litterel and Ray sold their crop of tobacco to Danville parties price. 18 cts per lb. Mrs. Mary B. Preston has been at the bed-sid- e of her mother at Little Hickman.. Miss Kuby Thompson of Lancaster, has been visiting her cousin Miss Mamie Clouse. Mr. Henry Preston and son of Lexington are .visiting friends and relatives in this locality. Angle Sanders sold to William Law-so- n some fat shoats which averaged 120 pounds at 6.75. Miss Ocie Snyder was the guest of Miss Nettie Hunter at Bourne last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Moberly has been visiting their daughter Mrs. Johnson Speaks at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and children were the guest of C. S. Sanders and family last weak. A Medicine That Does Not Cost Any.hing Body-Toni- c. Unless It Cores, TleCovioxHiitilist ORICINATOR OF CMHEKE USUI REMEDIES Mrs. CHARLIE 372! West Broadway WHITE-MOO- N The coupons now packed with Liggett & Myers Duke's Mixture are good for all sorts of valuable presents. These presents jou not one penny. The list includes not only smokers articles but Now About the Free Presents 88 mta ' MSwil many desirablcpresents for women and children fine fountain pens, umbrellas, cameras, toilet articles, tennis racquets, catcher1! gloves and masks, etc. As a special offer during new illustrated catalogue of present FREE. Just send name and address on a postal. only, we will Mend you our December and January CIGARETTES. CUX aGARETTES. and other tazs or coupons issued by us. coupon), PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, eouons double from FOUR ROSES (10c-ti- n Coupons from Duke's Mixture may be aitorlei with tars from HORSE SHOE.J.T-- TtNSLEVS NATURAL 1 S J Premium DepL :k Hu rl. MvCSc SLLoU.M. The active medical ingredient of Rex-a- ll Orderlies which is odorless, tasteless and colorless is a comparatively new discovery. Combined with other extremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, intestinal invigorator and strengthened Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy and are notable for their agreeableness to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not cause griping or any disagreeable effect or inconvenience. Unlike other preparations for a like purpose, they do not create a habit, but instead they act to overcome the cause of habit acquired through the use of ordinaiy laxatives cathartics and harsh physic and permantly remove the cause of constipation or irregular bowel action. We will refund your money without argument if they do not do aa we say they will. Two sizes, 25c. and 10c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts & Son. & SCIEKCc S3PE Louisville, Kentucky 'GY TWConn .1 J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. G Clark DrgW Burnett Mrs Maggie Boulden W K Leavell C G Gay il Jv 11 John Boian E Dunn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. W. Bradshaw. ROLIG LYiaroi uras ESTIVITT NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE as 1 B . ON January 2 8 February 3 -- LOW ROUND TRIP FARES I wt uls&fs g? n B I LSxX 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. PRIVILEGES. FULL STOP-OVER For details call on any Ticket Asent, Queen & Crescent Route, or applyto tl. riliMJ, rasscnger aiiu iickvi avui, ivi immiu jucgi, bcjuuKioa, sj. m0HiflHBSaHRiBiiiE22jBiaE ff. fSPH l 5-- . j . ,ea.T'e- ,. i & - - i w CflfcRESBPfe a GROCERIES Phone 29 R. B. CHANCES FOR IMPROVED VICE. TRAIN SER- - FRESH AND CURED MEAT eo harshly fo"hTe." All my guests Automobiles Do Not Interftre Either With doubt wondered what family calamity us. It was very emhad overtaken The Number Or Prices Of Live Stock barrassing for me. However, none of my relatives ever appears to care On The Farm According To what awkward position I am placed in by thtlr thoughtlessness. Government Statistics. We want your country produce, will pay cash, or trade. Give me a trial, will appreciate your orders. ELEIN, Lancaster, UKYANT8V1LLE News Of The Womans Club (Tills Column Is Edited By Tlir Womans Club) 0 O, You Star Chamber! come home with Mr. Charley Halcomb has returned me now, The clock in the steeple strikes ten. to Hamilton Ohio. The Civic League of the Womans Through Lancaster Seen To Be Very Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farlee have been Club expects to be very active during I cannot, my child, you can readily see, There's a "star chamber" session to visiting relatives in Mercer. Favorable As Result Of Cooperation the spring and summer seasons and it father, dear father, AUNT ANNA'S ANXIETY By LUCILE CUMMINGS. Of Lexington Commercial Club With Representatives From Lancaster To That End. That Lancaster has a Herald says: good chance to secure from the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company some valuable concessions with reference to various changes in the schedules of passenger trains in and out of this city is the report of the committee of citizens of Lexington, Lancaster, and Stanford who went to. Louisville recently for the purpose of holding a conference on the subject of better train service with Louisville and Nashville Railroad The Lexington officials. retary President Baily D. Berry and SecS. H. Clay, of the ' Commercial Club, John M. Farra, of Lancaster, and Shelton Saufley, of Stanford, Frank B. Carr, General Agent of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad at this point, went to Louisville yesterday morning to meet General Passenger Agent R. D. Pusey by appointment. The conference was held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock in Mr. Pusey's office. He gave careful attention to the suggestions made by the committee and stated that he was very much interested in the subject. He assured the committee that the matters would be immediately taken up and we would be given serious consideration at once The committee was pleased with the cordial reception given and returned last night feeiing that good had been accomplished for Lexington. Some of the matters placed before Mr. Pusey by the committee were the changing of the schedules of the daily for Cincinnati at 7:20 in the morning and the one leaving Cincinnati for Lexington at 1:00 in the afternoon. It was suggested by the committee that this train be made a fast train between Lexington and Cincinnati bath ways and be continued from Lexington through Winchester to Richmond, Lan aster and Stanford, with a further extension during the summer season to Crab Orchard. This tram would permit the people of Garrard, Lincoln and Madison Counties to leave their homes early in the morning, reach Lexington at an early hour and have the entire day in this city before returning on the night train. It was further suggested with regard to this train that a be added to the equipment for the entire route so that passengers would be able to get their meals enroute. Another suggestion made by the Com mittee was that the through trains of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad between Cincinnati and the south be routed through Lexington, coming from Paris her,e and out to Winchester over the Lexington and Eastern tracks. Another change was asked for with Lexington-Cincinnaregard-to.th- e train leaving here at 2:50 in the afternoon. The request made was that the time of departure from this point be changed to ar ti asks the cooperation of every man, woman and child in their efforts to make the town a cleaner.a healthier, a more beautiful and thereby a happier place to live in. Now that our annual official cleaning up dav is approaching let us be making preparations for it by gathering together all such rubbish as detracts from the beauty of our town and is a menace to the health of our people. In some towns there is a law against such offences as the casting away on the streets of old papers, bananna peels, orange peels or any kind of trash. We ia.il to see in what way such can carelessness or thoughtlessness give any one pleasure or in any way aid business but the disadvantages arising from it can be clearly understood by every one. On every corner and in front of almost every store room around the public square has been placed garbage cans for the convenience of the public. They were not bought for ornamental tion but for use. We hope "a hint 'to the wise is sufficient". The plot of ground in the center of the public square that was, for so long, the "bone of contention" between our town and county, being claimed by each, is now understood to be in possession of the public and controled by the town. The people are now looking to the town officials for great changes and it is hoped that the unsightly poles and trees may be removed and that the good work may be started at once. The motto of the State of Kentucky is, "United we stand, divided we fall and it is also the motto of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs. Make it the motto of Lancaster. We wish every town would adopt the ten commandments of good citizenship which are as follows. FIRST COMMANDMENT. Read the advertisement of Hudson Hughes on page 3 and save money. "The Log Cabin, published at Mr. W. 5. Hopper of Lancaster, after speaking of that terrible spent Sunday with Mr. J. C. Williams. tragedy enacted there in the midst of C. C. Becker made a recent Mr. a large court day crowd when Newt Arnold of Paris, shot and instantly business trip to Winchester and Lexkilled attorney Harry Baily who was ington. unarmed says; "In the spring of 1911 Mr. and Mrs. Millard Davis of Sul- Arnold drew a pistol on John Marr. phur Well, were recent guests of Mrs. He was fined in Police court for flour- Charley Dean. ishing a weapon and was indicted by the grand jury for carrying a concaal-e- d Miss Mae Bell has returned to Dan- weapon. Governor McCreary par- ville after a visit with her grandmother Mrs. Nathan Noe. doned him." No editoriol comment is necessary, Miss Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard and but we cannot refrain from saying, if Mayme Lee Ballard have gone to Lexthe law had been allpwed to take its ington for a visit to Mrs. W. T. Wool-folcourse, Arnold might have been taught a lesson and a good and useful citizen Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess has gone to spared the state. Louisville and Cincinnati where she will inspect the latest styles in milliHUNT nery. & Cyn-thian- a, k. pen. - lick Miss Stella McWhorter spen t a few days in Richmond last week. Read the advertisment of Hudson & Hughes on page 3 aud save money. Mr. J. S. Burrows left last week for xexas wnere lie win ape iu mc wiuicr. Several young men from Lencaster attended the "Minstrel" here Saturday night. Miss Margaret Robinson has return- ed from a two month's stay with her sister Mrs. M. A. Spillman at Hai i rodsburg. One of the largest crowds that ever attended a sale in this vicinity was j present on Tuesday at the sale of the j late W. E. Amon, everything sold well. , Miss Jennie Higgins visited Misses Minnie Johson and Lucretia Skinner SECOND COMMANDMENT. Remember thy cleaning day and keep Saturday and Sunday. it wholly. The Minstrel given here Saturday THIRD COMMANDMENT. night by the "McReynolds Bros" and Thou shalt love and cherish thy chil- girls and boys of the school was quite dren and provide for them decent a success. The sum realized being near homes and playgrounds. fifty dollars. COMMANDMENT. Information has been received here Thou shalt not keep thy windows of the marriage of Miss Ann White closed day or night. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John White FIFTH COMMANDMENT. iormaly resided here, fane was Thou shalt keep in order thy alley, who married at her home in Portland Ohio, thy backyard, thy hall and stairway. to a Mr. Carlisle of that place. They SIXTH COMMANDMENT. will take an extended bridal trip going Thou shalt not kill thy children's to Florida, New York, and Cuba, and bodies with poisonous air. nor their will also attend Maudi Gras at New souls with bad companions. Orleans before, returning home. SEVENTH COMMANDMENT. EIGHTH COMMAEEMENT. FOURTH Thou shalt honor thy city and keep its laws. Miss Anna Kay Jenkins and' nephew Master John Gallaher have been in Cincinnati for a short stay.enroute home Mr. John L. Tribble of Hyattsville they stopped at Georgetown for a visit spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Henry to Mr. C. T. Jenkins and family. Riddleberger. The large auto running from Lan Misses Mattie Tribble and Harriet caster to Nicholasville is receiving a Mason of Shelbyville are guests of Mrs. very liberal patronage from the peoWm Fitzpatrick. ple in this vicinity, it is such a conMrs. R. N. Beazley has been the venience that every one is hoping that guest of her mother Mrs. W. T. King it will prove successful from a financial point so that it will continue to run near Hyattsville. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess are vis'iting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Burgess at Louisa Ky. STANFORD. Messrs. C. E. Tate and H. J. McRoberts motored to Louisville and Shelbyville. Quite a number of Stanford people went to Danville Monday evening to hear Rudolph Ganz. Dr. W. N. Craig, who is temporarily located at Berea, spent a few days with his family here. Mrs. P. L. Bruce, who has been visiting at her old home in Tennessee for several weeks returned last week. will Thou shalt not let the wicked fly live. Thou shalt not steal thy children's right to happiness from them. The ladies of the Christian church entertain at the home of Mrs. Jas. H. Woods with "An Art Gallery". All are cordially invited and a most interesting time is promised. Admission 15c. 3:30. While the committee is not at liberty to make a more definite statement than that given above, still they expressed themselves as being well pleased with the result of their conference with Mr. Pusey who received them with earnest cordiality. There is great need of these changes and the making of them will be of vast Lexington. Under to importance present conditions the people on the lines of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad experience great difficulty in coming to Lexington at all,, but with the proposed service, they can easily come to this city and enjoy an entire day between trains. At present time it is so difficult to come to Lexington, that certain citizens ot Lancaster persuaded the company which for a short time operated the Richmond-Lexingto- n auto-bu- s line to discontinue that service and to operate from Lancaster to Nicholasville in order to make connection with the interurban for Lexington. This bus line since the inauguration of that latter service has been averaging twenty-fiv- e passengers each trip. This is strong evidence of the need for a re arrangement of the steams chedule. ORDINANCE. Be it ordained by the City Council of .Lancaster, tnat any person who shall climb or ascend any part or portion of the water tower tank or frame work dolthereof, shall be fined twenty-fiv- e lars ($25.00) for each offense. This ordinance shall not apply to any person whose duty it is to attend to said tower and tank, for examination or repairs, or for any necessary purpose. This ordinance shall take effect from its publication. Wm. Herndon, Mayor Protem, Attest: Shelby Mason, Clerk Protem. Approved February 3, 1913. Patrons and friends of the Stanford Graded School are delighted to know at that of that Prof. J. W. Ireland has been reThis careful prearrangement NINTH COMMANDMENT. Judge Browning was in Richmond elected to. and has accepted the posi- - mine made it possible for Cousin FanThou shalt bear witness against thy Monday. tion of Superintendent of that school nie and mother to stay in the kitchen neighbor's rubbish heap. and fry the fresh mushrooms, fill the Mr. Robt Fox attended court at Rich- for the next two years. patties and make the hot biscuits. In TENTH COMMANDMENT. mond Monday. J. Welch Rochester, the much liked the morning grandmother had made inou snail covet an the air and sunIver Pointer bought of Van Gosney a assistant cashier of the Lincoln County some of her old fashioned molasses light thou canst obtain. National Bank, is traveling in the cake that the men always rave over. Enough would be accomplished if horse for $125. The children of Mr. Lynn Clark are south. He will visit New Orleans dur- I should have suggested it absolutely communities would resolve to obey the fresh, but when I suggested It mother ing the Mardi Gras and later will spend immediately objeated. laws. We are a lawless people so ill of whooping cough. some time with his sister in Pensacola, Mr. D. P. Burdette has been quite recognized by everybody. A resolution "Blanche," she said, "it would be Fla. to obey the law ought to be good en- sick for the past week. preposterous for you to keep your ough as a starter for anybody. How Read the advertisment of Hudson & Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab grandmother up till after 11 o'clock at much would we gam if every man re- Hughes on page 3 and save money. Orchard, were here Monday. They are night merely to bake molasses cake." "Why, I believe she would like to solved to who ly keen cleaning dav? Mr Ison who came here from Letcher making unusual preparations for the do it," I answered. "Grandmother is Why not resolve to work for better county is erecting a large pleasure of their such a wonderful woman that late tobacco barn accomodation and homes and better towns? guests at the always popular resort. hours never feaze her. I'm always on his premises. If every man kept his windows open Mr. Jno. Sutton who was expect unusual bragging about how young my granny ill They have reason to taken we would not need to discuss and argue is." numbers the following summer. with grip several days ago is no better about the harm of bad air and so on This pleased grandmother so much at this writing. a march on his that I think she would have stayed Ben Wearen stole down the list of subiects covered in Misses Mary Chesnut, Minnie Sanders friends here when hg and Mrs. C. T. up all night to bake the cake if that these commandments. in had been necessary, but still mother may be argued that resolutions and Tom Chesnut attended the "Old Coil were married at the Seelbach It Louisville on Monday. Ben has been would not let her do as I had sugmaid show" at Lancaster last week. based on these commandments will be ought gested. Mother Robt Goins left last week for living in Kansas City for the last year, grandmother havereally own way to let broken as promptly as those relating to more. her he has a responsible position and is dosmoking, swearing and the water Indianapolis where he accepted a We were In the midst of our gay Mrs. Wearen is a ing well there. wagon. Perhaps that's true, but there position with the Morman Auto Comrang. Father daughter of the lata N. B. Terrill ot little feast when the bell is educational value in making the pany. emerged from the library and found a Richmond, and is an attractive and telegraph messenger boy at the door. resolution, and in trying to keep it. Somebody broke into the house popular young woman. Mr. and Mrs. "Why, what's this?" he exclaimed where Miss Pattie Belle Burk teaches Wearen are now the guests of Mr. and when he had glanced at the message school and stole two belles and a water Mrs. Geo. Farris, of this place but will from Aunt Anna: "Why didn't you Please Let Us Keep The Children cooler. leave in a few days for Kansas City to come? Is any one 111? I am terribly Rev. Mahan Preached two very make their home. They have the best anxious." No one knows where this sanitation "Blanche," said father, calling me craze will ston. According tn th .vw.jl, ""eresung sermons aunaay morning wishes of every one in Stanford. , " out in the hall, "do you know anyu. Oi.....l you anu evening Subjects "Witnesses for. ruies, u you want 10 De neaithy thing about this?" must rid your house of the family cat, Christ" and "Sin croutcheth at the "I suppose she expected us out at WHY THEY RETIRED. family dog, then comes the rat, the door." the the farm today," I replied. Mr. Watts died at the home of his flea, the fly, ants and all creeping and "Why should she expect us?" inTwo gentlemen who were playing crawling things that are now said to. daughter Mrs. Cole Hicks of infirmities cards at a club recently were annoyed quired father. "Well, she wrote me asking us all incident to old age last Saturday and by other members who stood behind carry disease and germs. You must also discard portieres, was intered in tne Lancaster cemetery their chairs and Interested themselves out for New Year's. She said she'd expect us if she didn't hear to the curtains, In the game. Finally one of the play- contrary. Of course upholstered Monday afternoon. I knew that none furniture, carpets and any rubbish you A Bomb was thrown into the camp ers asked a spectator to play the hand of us would care to go and in the for him until he returned. may be keeping for old sake. If you of "old maids list". Then when the getting up this party The spectator took the cards, excitement of keep any pictures they must be in very president of the Ladies working Society that you wanted me to have I forgot plain frames, all wall ornamentations called on each member to contribute a whereupon the first player left the to write her." room. Pretty soon the second player "Forgot!" exclaimed father In a very that afford lodging place for dust must birth day offering a penny for each followed the example of the first The be thrown away. You must never year. After a long silence and a second two substitutes played for some time. unkind way. "Blanche, without excepsweep with a broom or shake a duster call from the president one of the bunch when one of them asked the waiter tion, you're the most rattle brained in the house or leave your books ventured a suggestion that she would be where the two original players were, person I ever knew. Now sit down a telegram apologizing for and unprotected or keep your food in the willing to the proposition if all the "They are playing cards In the next your write Inexcusable negligence." cellar, and other things too numerous money were brought in and dropped room, sir," was the waiter's reply. I was really shocked that father Tit Bit. to mention. into a bag and counted in a heap. should Atart tka.new..xe.ar by sneaking MARKSBUKi:. Going to the country in midwinter seems so out of the question to me that when I received a letter from Aunt Anna asking all the family out to the farm for New Year's day I did not think the invitation needed to bs taken seriously. She wrote to me because she wanted me to change the gloves I had sent her for Christmas. They vere several sizes too small for her and she appeared to think It would be an easy matter for me to exchange them for the right size. They are gloves that Carl Bates brought me from Europe two years ago, and though they are beautiful they are a little too tight for even my small hands. I thought, of course, that Aunt Anna would simply put them away to keep for one of the children. That Is what she should have done instead of insisting that I take the trouble to change them. One's responsibility for a present ought to cease when the gift is made, but Aunt Anna Is one of those terribly thorough-goin;.ersons who never let a matter res: until It is settled to their satisfaction. I shall have to buy a pair of g'oves, I suppose, though I have resolved to be as economical as possible this year. Arthur Knight had Invited me to go down to one of the hotels and see the old year out, but when I Inadvertently mentioned it before father Saturday morning he immediately vetoed the plan. "But, daddy." I told him, "It will be awfully dull for me to sit drearily at home the last night of the year when one always expects to have a little fun." The disappointment was so great that I couldn't keep my tears back. "Well," said father, "if you are dreary in the midst of your own family ask some of your friends In and have a quiet celebration by your own fireside." 1 acted at once upon this suggestion and when I called up Arthur Knight he said he was glad of the change of plan. "I don't believe you would have en-- i yed the downtown celebration as much as you thought you would," he said, laughingly. "Your father is quite right. We shall have a much better time at your house." Although I am really fond of Arthur, I think he Is rather foolishly strait-lace- d in his Ideas. I was fortunate in finding a number of friends who had no engagements for New Year's eve and so it was a congenial party that gathered to watch the dying of the old year. I think every one was a little sur-- I prised at the somewhat elaborate hot supper we had just at midnight. I managed things so well that it was really very little trouble. I got Cousin Fannie to prepare in advance creamed chicken for me to serve from the chafing dish and have the coffee ready In the percolator so Betty could preside The weather man is frequently reminded that the unexpected happens tilgn finance. son of "Mother." said the Gordon Bates according to his father ''you're poor, ain't you?" "No, son," answered the. fond pa rent. "I'm rich." "Have you got a lot of money?" "Not in cash. But I've got you and the baby, and you're worth $1,000,000 apiece to me." "Oh! That much?" "That much and more. Wby, sonny?" hypothecate "Couldn't you now the baby and buy me a football suit?" HE WAS A DACHSHUND. Washington, Jan. 29. -- The introduction of the automobile on farms f the United Stales has not displaced th horse or mule. Tho latest eatimte of the number of these animal January 1st. this venr .,.,,,,.. ffwa .i .. jday by the Department of Agriculture snows more horses than ever before. except in 1S09 and 1310, and more raises than any previous record. HerM-and mules were of gi eater value Uu ever before except in 1011. The irtw -ber of horses increased 58.000 over hut year and mules increased 2l,0b0. While the number of beasts of linden on the farm increased, th number of food animals decreased. Milk cows have decreased 202,000 since January I 1912; other cattle decreased 1, 290,000; sheep decreased 80,000 and swine I, s 232,000. In average value per head compared with 1912. horses increastd?4.S3,rak-s-. $3.80; milch cows ?5.C3; other cattle 5.16; sheep 48 cents; swine, Sl.S'T. la total value the increases were: Hones ?105, 528,000; mules $19,583,000, nwlek cows, $107,3G9.0uO; other cattle sheep $21,609,000; swine, 781.000. The total value of all fatM animals increased $493,456,000, or 9.3 per cent, over'1912. Farm animals on farms and ranges were valued at $5,504,7S3.COO January to-1, compared with ?5.C08,327,ICO year. The animals numbered 494.14. 000 compared with 200,e02.COO last year. The cumber, value perhead and airere- Igate value of the various farm animaU Doolan If your dog's so glad to see" compareu witn last years hgures were: you, why don't he wag hi3 tail? Horses, 20, 567,000 compared with Schneider Oh; he vill allright py 20, 509.000; value $110.77. compared unt py; his tall iss a long vay off, with $105.94; aggregate value, $2,27S, ain't it? 222,000, compared with $3, 172,69 l.GOU. Mules, 4,36,000, compared witn 4, The Modern Grandma. 362,000; value, $124.31. compared with When grandmas danced tho minuet From formal grace they'd never slip. "$120.51; aggregate value. $545, 245,000, Now grandma smokes a cigarette compared with $525,657,000. And tries to dance the chicken flip. Milch cows, 20,497,000, comparedwith 20,699,000: value $45.02. compared with At the Ladies' Club. "So you didn't enjoy the club meet- $39.39; aggregate value, $922. 733, 000, ing?" compared with $Slo,414,000. "No, It was very dull." Other cattle. 3G.030.C00. compared "Wasn't there a quorum preswith 37,260,000; value $26.36, compared ent?" with $21.20: aggregate value, $349,645, "Every member was present." "I should think that would have 000, compared with $790,064,000. Sheep ol,482,0D0, compared with 52. meant an Interesting meeting. "Silly. With every member pres- 362,000; value, $3.91, compared with ent there was no one for us to talk $3.46; aggregate value, $292,779,000. about." compared with $181,170,000. Swine. 61,178,000, compared with 05, Artistic Enthusiasm. 410,000: value $9.80, compared with V'; d "I always have stage fright," Mr. Stormington Barnes, "when aggregate value, $603, 109,000, compar ed with $oJ,Xi,000. I assume a new role." "Don't get nervous," replied the manager of the Crimson Gulch opera house. "Only don't play anything but comedy. The last time tragedy was tried here the boys got excited and took sides In the fight" y& HIS $. it apolo-ogize- "Why do you think married people do not love one another?" "Because when a man speaks of the lme when he was in love you know he means the time before he was married." -- That's So. Wfosfca ml h An Instance. "Our modern inventions work miracles." "Indeed they do. I noticed yesterday that a messenger boy was arrested for speeding." A SURE WINNER. I " U UJ M&jppsa SB Sage Advice Is generally good advice and therefor, we say to you, "look ahead and I 75p&W prepare for contingencies wish to succeed." if you SUCCESSFUL MEN realize the importance of Insurance providing the company insuring, be a reliable one. We represent only the best companies and will gladly give you the benefit of our advice. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. iof $100 REWARD Horan Did yez Iver make Iny Quick-Reli- ef money backin' horses, Doran? Doran Sure. Ol made folve hundred wance. Horan How did yez do ut? iil'IL'i the, m.?.1 wonderful remedv for re. llevlng pain I have ever useoV'-CaAnDoran Oi backed him down a cillar derson Berry. Lexington. Ky. pt. MI tlQArl thla llnl.A.4 . awn thin sued th' mon for lavln' th' J v. I'ke magic.?Watler-W.T.Ballengdoor open. Why It Is Scarce. Fame Is a bubble, 'tis said. And we know It, But no one can buy him The right pipe to blow It. Will be paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache, If Shipp', Liniment falls to give Instant relief and the purchase price Is not refunded. Try it and see. er. bric-a-bra- c, Ready Answer. If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in Beggar Can you help a poor gent Any Part of The Body in Fifteen mister? Passerby Hum! What sort of a Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back. gent do you call yourself? 50c At AH Druggist or Beggar A Indigent, sir. .gwrtoq Remedy Co, Lexington, Kj... Lexington. Ky. rTiVlfi?11 ?n,y feraecty tbat has given me -since I was paralyzed four years ago. -- Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg. Ind- . . . t .i, et tuncicTing acnes ana pains this linl. ment beats anything ever saw." J. li Letton, Lexington, Ky. I "This liniment gave almost instant relief and has completely cured me ol rheumatism."-S.B. Ewau, Paris, Ky. V Jf "- - v- - - T'': ; '?s-r-'- y - H X ' - Lik,' . . v J ; &&$&$&&&&&&&& v. 5 9 BstfiTHnr ' - ill? i ly la K 081!!!! Til u wwySS Rim 8 4-J- irirTfiyir ALL THE MAN'S FAULT ONE WITH A FUZZY HAT By GEORGIA HORN. End Disgusting CATARRA Monej Back From R. Son It Caterrsh E. A;; Inferesei : Su'cscribrr Central & Record-- By GERTRUDE MILLETT. McRoberfs First let me say you are editing one of the best county papers in the state. You give all of the local news and still W 8 VcS 5 1 If. I W or u 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. Having changed the form of my practice, those owing me will please come in and settle their ac- Very Respectfully, M. K. DENNY. counts P. S. Fixing Uncle John. Tho small daughter of the hou3e was busily setting the table for expected company when her mother called to her: "Put down three forks at each place, dear." Having made some observations on her own account when the expected guests dined with her mother before, she inquired thoughtfully: "Shall I give Uncle John three knives?" i fj :3(Hif Correct. "What," asked the Sunday school teacher, "is meant by bearing false witness against one's neighbor?" "It's telling falsehoods about them," T7e havo Lcen In business in this town bottle will cost you nothing. You alono said one small maid. fcr some time, anj we are looking to to judge. "Partly right and partly wrong," lip tiade lv always advising our Again and again we have seen how a rijl.t. few drops of this simple wash applied said the teacher. ''I know," said another little girl So when we tell you that we have to the skin, takes away the Itch. Infound tha eczema remedy and that we stantly. And the cured all seem to bo hoWing her hand high in the air, "it's Ftund bid. of it witli the manufacturer's permanent. D. D. D. Prescription made by the when nobody did anything and someIron claJ Riiarantse. backed by ourselves D. D. I). of Chicago, is you can depen ) it that we rive our compos d Laboratories elycerine. oil of body went and told about it." Llppin of thymol, r ivlee not in order to sell a few bottles wintergreen and other healing, soothing, cott's. cf medicine to eVIn sufferers, hut be-- r cooling ingredients. And if you aro how It will help je ct Know help our patrons. oui Just crazy with Itch, ycu will feel Lusiness If Awaiting Drders. rootbed and cooled, the itch absolutely TVe l;ccp In rtcc'; and sell, all the well washed away the moment you applied The stationmaster on the Eastern 1'tsown Fkin remedies. 15ut we will say this D. D. D. l'iis: It ' vou ct suffering from any We hae lrado fast friends of mors Indian railway had been given strict 1 'nd of n trouble eczema, psoriasi". one family by recommending thli orders not to do anything out of the or t"Uer. i vrant you to try n full than n.'S "not no remedy to a skfn sufterer here and of 1. D. D. Prescription, there an we want on to try it now ordinary without authority from the i lzis .nd, ir it Oovs not do the work, this on our pu.ltive no.pay tuarantce. superintendent. This accounts for his sending the following telegram: It E. McRouerib in Son. "Superintendent's Office, Calcutta: Tiger on platform eating conductor. Pleaso wire instructions." Personal Guarantee Id all Skin Sufierers" In Lancaster. v.--e 1 R jf Ev 41 q .3 S CD'S SAEDiCZNES :jcvtrj3 Coniiou:ided according' to the Original & Formulas & Becipcs of Charlie Ths Herbalist, fcr the tmtinent i. ailmct.t?. Endorsed in tl . ible. rui.st.'SiS of Testimonials. tho Great SCIENCE SOPE, for th.3 Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Ex-clu-i- "v7hite-7f"o- n, Cow-bo- y Blissful Ignorance. "You think it is better to have foreign waiters?" "Yes," rrplied the man. "I realized that this evening. r When I gave tho waiter a lead he thanked me in English, and later expressed his opinion in a language which, fortunately, I could not understand." thick-skinned half-dolla- '. CCOI-CEL-S- OF COURSE. Eody-Tuui- c. Mrs. CHARLIE 'cf s:?e 373! WHiT-iOO- N Vest .roadway Louisville, Kentucky v- - :geacre3g33g5rraarav nn H Winter Tourist Tickets I NOW OK SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND - TRIP FARES TO r P v iv yM v t".V ft'J lfrii2aia VraJS? r m I Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama H 1 Privileges. Long Return Limit. Fall Step-OvTlHd- -, via Oueen & Crescent Three through daily traim er I 5 1 H K. C. i:!N'G. Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and ... .. . . ror actaus cul on any uctei .".cnr, trically lighted equipment, including Pilhnan Dr.twiug-Kooi- n. .... D'--y -. Coaches. ... '"'"- Mr. Newwed What have you been trying to wake? Mrs. Newwed (tearfully) Angel cake, but it wouldn't rise. Mr. Newwed Ah! a fallen angel cake, eh? n- -1 a r '.. :?. i ; SOI Pass-n-- cr & nd:ct Aent, .. u.ut, or appiy to . 0. n-.- ., JZZ3lC Lexington, Ky. "- " z?z Slipping. There is a man In our town Who lias a wondrous thirst: He has not had a single drink Since Jan. L A Poser. "Bobby, do you see that bright star overhead, at the top of the big cross?" "Yes." "Well, that's Deneb. It is nearly three quadrillions of miles away." "Huh! Then how do you know It's name is Deneb?" SchuStz's Cut Fiowers and Floral Designs. All Ordt rs Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. Probably. "Your trouble, madam," said the physician, "seems to be due to an excess of adipose tissue." "My goodness!" exclaimed Mrs. Plurapton, "I wonder If that is what makes me so awfully fat?" E. C. Million, President. T. J. Curtis, Vice President. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Secty. E. Deatherage, Treas "No," said Bella, "I'll not go with you on a lake boat this year. I have too vivid a recollection of my last lake trip. Mrs. Clark Invited mo to go to Kscanaba with her and Fay on a Treight boat. I was delighted. Pay had been on the trip before and she reported that sho had the time of her life. "The trip to Escanaba wa3 a dream. The captain and sailors could not do' enough for us. It was moonlight and, the lake looked beautiful. I felt as if I was on a private yacht. It was, perfect till we started back. "At Escanaba they loaded the boat with tons of iron ore. The vessel sank deeper and deeper into the water, until it began to look like a submarine. Then when we started for Chicago we were towing a barge loaded with more tons and tons of ore. "We had been on our way a day, when I saw that the sky looked like lead, with ugly yellow streaks across it. I said to Mrs. Clark, 'I think we shall have a storm.' "You know how optimistic she is! With that sky above us, she gayly remarked, 'Oh, do you think so?" "It was not long before the storm bioke. The wind came suddenly and the rain came down like an overturned sea. We hurried into the protection of the cabin and watched the storm. "It was awful the way tho boat creaked. I will say nothing about the way it rocked. The rope which pulled the barge broke like a thread. In a few minutes it seemed miles away. "Presently I saw a sailor make his way to the lifeboat. I watched him anxiously. He was working at the ropes. "I said to Mrs. Clark, 'He is going to lower the lifeboat and you must know what that.means.' "She did not answer me, but pushed the screen door open and rushed up to the man, pulled his sleeve and askod, 'Are you going to lower the lifeboat?" He paid no attention to her. "She came back, threw herself into a seat and sobbed. 'I shall never see my husband again." "Tables and chairs were sliding about. In despair I dropped upon tho floor. Oh, why did I ever come! Tons of iron below me! I could the boat go down into the lake lSo a cannon ball. '"I know when I strike tho water,' I cried Til go straight to the bottom.' "Fay answered, despairingly, 'We all will. There'll bo no other place to go!" "Like a flash all the mean things I had ever done rushed through my mind. I never knew before that crisis on the lake that there were so many of them. "Suddenly Fay jumped up. 1 am going to put on a life preserver,' she exclaimed. "There was none in sight We began to hunt frantically. Tho boat pitched us in every direction. "We looked on the ceiling, on the walls and even tore the cushions from the chairs. There was no sign of life preservers. Where could those men have put them? At last Mrs. Clark found them in a closet, covered with insect Ve pulled them out and each grabbed one. "Fay was wriggling into hers it looked like a doughnut. I had on a cork jacket with the back to the front. 'Tie it!' I kept on screaming to them. "Mrs. Clark had one on and was trying to get into another. We were all sneezing because of the insect powder. "Mrs. Clark ran to the door for fresh air. 'Oh, girls,' she called. 'There Is the steward bringing us tea. And the lifeboat is still in its place!' "Fay and I made a dive for trie door. Yes, there was the lifeboat! I could hardly believe it. "By this time the steward came up. 'Is the boat going to sink?' cried Mrs. Clark. " 'Sink? No, everything is all right,' he said. " 'Why, that sailor was lowering the lifeboat,' shrlekpd Fay. "The captain came In at that minute. 'He was sent to fasten it more securely,' said the captain. "'Then why couldn't he say so?' cried Mrs. Clark. "I never could tell you how those men laughed. We began to pull at those life preservers. When mine came off I looked as if I had been rolled In Insect powder. It was a comfort to see the other two look as if they had just escaped from an Insane asylum. '"My puffs are gone!' cried Fay, feeling her flattened head. 'They were brand new!' " 'It won't matter, said Mrs. Clark. 'Brown puffs do not match yellow hair.' "'Insect powder in my hair?" screamed Fay. 'It's all that man's n Mid'son Tobacco Warehouse Company. RICHMOND, Incorporated. KENTUCKY. fault!' "'Did you really think you were going down?' asked the'eaptain. "'Did we think we were going down!" we cried in chorus. Near L. & A. Depot. C. Million. Capital $33,000.00 T Telephone 66. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS-- E. J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. Vaught. T. J. Smith. J. M. Haden. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The best lighted and equipped warehouse in Kentucky. Capacity 300,000 pounds daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco. No danger of damage. Financial responsibily Guarantee Sales Every Day. Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade HOUSE OPEN PAY AND NIGHT. Telephone us 66 we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. Stalls for your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to us where you have plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you can better control sale as to time and price. Electric prizing power. Where Her Shoes Were. .Dorothy, aged five, was having' Justice for the Rooster. trouble assembling her clothes on A government bulletin on the egret arising. asserts that the barnyard rooster fur"Why, where are your shoes, nishes a great many fancy feathers Dorothy?" asked mamma. pass for "aigrettes." "Enormous that "I don't know, mummie," the quantities of fancy feathers," says the gravely replied. "But I saw report, "are used by American millithem walking around with Margaret ners, but many that go for aigrettes in them last night after I had gone are rooster tails." to bed." Indianapolis News. "He looked at the general disorder upturned tables, stripped chairs, life preservers and contents of closets on the floor and our disheveled appearance. Then he turned to the steward and said, with a wink, 'It's the worst storm we've had In thirty years!'" "Land sakes! There ha comes agnln, Susie! Why, you know tho ono with the fuzzy hat an tho plait in his overcoat. He sure has got his eye on you! Yestid'y when I come up to the table to take his order instead of you he was so upset he ordered raspberry sundae instead of his usual chocolate soda. An' raspberries out for months! Go on none of us will interfere you wait on him! "Mebbe he's a millionaire. That would be fine for Susie. Nobody can act more like a lady than she can, only she's got her hair too light. I'm so glad mlno is a nachurl blond. Lilly, see that old lady just coming in? The one who looks as though she was going to die in a minute or two, and bought her clothes in the remnant basement? Well, you listen to me and she that's old Mrs. White-Jonehas a million relatives waiting to get their hands on her bank account, and she's tough as a nut. Travels all over the world alone at her age and never loosens up a penny. "Y'ought-- a seen her nephew in here with her the other day. Ho helped her out of the electric just as careful as though ho was afraid she might accidently sink through the pavement. 'Auntie, dear,' says he, 'try a riffle parfait with nuts you'll like it!' Young man,' says she, 'piffle parfait3 are 25 cents a piece, and as long as I'm paying tho bill I guess you'll get along on a ten cent drink! Extravagance is the curse of the age!'- - And then I'll bet she "drove downtown and bought a bushel of diamonds. "Two v'nilla sodas and one mint lemonade? Yes'ni. No'm; there ain't no strawberries now. Why, I don't know I expect they get tired growing this time of year. "See that party In the blue suit and feathers? She's mad because I can't pick strawberries off n the chandelier for her. I'bet it hasn't been very long that she had enough money to come into a swell shop like this here ono is. "Yes'm, you ordered chocolate. Beg pardon you said so distinctly. I didn't hear you mention mint lemonade at all. Well, of course I can change it if you say so. "No use trying to pleaso that bunch, ordering chocolate and then claiming it was mint lemonade! Gee, this sort of a job is fierce and wearin' on a girl! "Look there, quick! Just coming in! That's Daisy Duberry, and she draws S00 a week for doing a half hour stunt on tho stage! Think of it! She doesn't look so much, but I wish to goodness I knew whero she buys her complexion. Isn't it a peach? I'm crazy about that hat she's got on, and I'm going to fix my hair like hers before I'm a day older. "Oh, look at that! Kitty nabbed her! 'Spose she thinks she'll get tickets or something, an' I've always waited on Miss Duberry whenever she's been in! I'm going to tell Kitty what I think of her! Jealous thing! Not that I care for the tip she always gives it's just the principle of the thing! "Think you're smart don't you. Kit? I'll pay you back for jumping my customers she is, too! Miss Duberry is a p'rticular friend of mine, I'd havo you know. "Yes, sir; I was just on my way to wait on that farthest table. Nobody sems to pay attention to the new customers unless it's mo. Not that I want to name any names, but there's no use expecting Kitty to wait on any one else, as long as Miss Duberry is in here. "Guess that'll hold Kit for awhile. The old man's cross, and he won't do a thing to her. "Two maple sundaes and two hot chocolates? Yes'm. "Get next to my parties In the corner, girls. They made their hats at home and they've got on rings enough to light tho shop if they were hung up high. What do you make of that? They must be somebody. Nobody but big guns can be so contrarylike. The others don't dare. "What? Hot chocolate? Beg pardon, ma'am, I'm vur-rcareful to get my orders correctly, and what you said was two maple sundaes and two chocolate ice cream sodas. Nothing was said about hot chocolate at all. But, of course, we aim to please, and I'll change it for you if you Insist! "Gee! I wish women wouldn't change 'their minds so! They never know what they order! Here, Joslc, you take these hot chocolates to those two vinegar cruets . with the awful hats and the rings over there I've got to fix my hair. "It's about time for that young man with the lovely eyes to drop in for his tea. I think he must be English, and sometimes younger sons get to be dukes and things, you know! Where's my vanity case? Well, I like your nerve, Susie! I "Yes, sir, I'm attending to business. I didn't know you objected to a girl's Bitting down just a minuto when she's worked till she's ready to drop! "I'd like to hit him, I would! Always snooping around for fear we're nofearnlng our pay! Gee! The life we are leadln' Is a hard one for a girL" Chicago Dally News. s, y enough State and National news to satisfy those who do not take a daily Leave Ycu. paper. I am writing this to commend Try the sure way. Breathe Booth's three articles in your last paper. I am HYOMEI over the sore, germ infected sorry the one headed "Dogs a Pest to membrane, kill the germs and heal the Sheep Raisers" wa3 in such an obscure j place; bore spots. it should have been on the front Use the little inhaler that comes with page or else in the Farmers Column; it each 51.00 outfit five time3 through the it should have been where "he that day. At night use the vapor breathing run3 may read", because what you treatment as directed. said ways true and also true that the Booth's HYOMEI does not contain farmers should stand together on this any harmful drug. It is Australian subject and fleet men to office who Eucalyptus combined with effective will either kill dogs or collect tax. Listerian antiseptics. The morning you get up and find a lot When the bottle of HYOLEI that of fine sheep killed you feel like you comes with your outfit is gone you can would rather have dead dogs than get another for 50 cents. Just breathe money, later you may change your it no sto'fach dosing. Ii. E. mind but it is too late then as this & Son. years dog tax goe3 to pay for this years sheep and unless the tax is collected when it should be you do not get P 'r'll'Ur'iiSVi!,',,E doilar for dollar on your sheep. Which Harvey, the little son of Mr. John B, is worth more to Garrard Co. her sheep or her dogs? I, too want to know how Anderson is auite ill of pneumonia. much dog tax has been collected in Read the advertisement of Hudson & Garrard Co. and how many dogs have 3 and save money. Hughes on page been killed. I see a lot of dogs living Misses Gertrude Adams and Gracie quiet, peaceful lives that are not worth Bell visited Miss Ella Blankenship. a dollar but of course their owners Miss Carrie Naylor was the attrac- thinks so or else they would not be tive guest of Miss Talitha Bell Sunday. living and I am willing for them to live Logan Thompson bought of foo!e on just so I know that dollar has Been Perkins, of Garrard, 2o-lb. shoats paid for sheep they may have killed. Farmers, get together on this subject GJc. it Mrs. J. J. Thompson had a very se- and make your votes count for somevere attack of rheumatism but is bet- thing. The next article I want to mention is the one on "Graft." The ter novV. tsxvayer knows too little about what "The groundhog saw his shadow". goes with his money. Now, if I were ?een or unseen, we get six weeks of ' undling State, County or Town funds vVinter yet. I would want to give an itemized stateThe Masonic fraternity met in stated ment of all expenditures so that no one ommunication on Saturday evening at could say "graft" in connection with '.heir hall here. anything I had done. Logan Thompson and wife Now, the last but by no means the ited lis grandfather. II. H. Baker at Mt. least important article I want to commend is the one on borrowing. When Vernon Sunday. the farmer learns to equip himself as Miss Lillian Garner was a guest of does every other business man, then he Miss Nell Newland at Mr. and Mrs. W. will succeed and not until then. Some J. Cummins' Sunday. farmers borrow every thing they use Mr. and rs. Logan Thompson visit-- d from a pocket knife to a reaper and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sprinkles at binder when all they have to lend is a Shelby City last week. dull ax. It is about as "nervy" to Little Annie Dema, the infant daugh-e- r borrow a tarpaulin as it is an umbrella of Mr. and Mrs J. M Cress, con- if not more so because a tarpaulin is more expensive and when it gets a tinues quite ill of pneumonia. Miss Mary Wilson of Crab Orchard, hole or snag in it, then it is useless for jegan a subscription school here Mon-Ja- y what it was intended. Some farmers ride around over the country taking a morning with about 30 pupils. mental invoice of what their neighbors Mr. John B. Anderson bought a nice have and nothing is too good for them to coming 5 ; ear old draught hora from borrow and nine times out of ten send a gentleman at Lancaster for $150. it home either broken or injured. Just Mr. and Mrs. William Kanke and here let me put a bug in your ear. A Miss Katie Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. man very seldom says anything when SV. C. Blankenship at "The Blue House" it 13 injured but he never does feel the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holtzclaw and same toward the offender. This, if for ister of Walnut Fiat, were visiting no other reason ought to stop the bortheir grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Pet-iu- s. rowing habit. I know one man when he borrows vour wagon always says; The little daughter of Mrs. Maggie "Be sure and have it greased as I hapNewby, housekeeper for Miss Marj pen!?) to be out of axle greese". I Ellen Anderson, is very low with ner- know of another who borrows part of vous trouble. the gear from one neighbor and part Mr. J. M. Cress bought of Mr. D. M. from another thus putting two menout 0 lb. hogs the first time they go to hitch upa Cres3, of Rockcastle, at CJc; also bought 25 bbls of corn of team. O! Neighbor, how many crimes are committed in thy name! Farmers John B. Anderson at $2.50. are behind in their profession and the time has come when he must think on these things and weatsoever things are VERIFY IT honest and just and upright do but if The Proof Is la Lancaster Almost at yocr it is something you wouldnt have done unto you, cut it out. Door. A Farmer and a Subscriber. The public statement of a Lancaster HA.MILTOJN VALLEY. sitizen 13 in itself strong proof for Lanconfirmation but caster people, strengthens the evidence. Mr. J. H. Hamilton was in LancasHere is a Lancaster citizen who tester Monday on businness. tified years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills Read the advertisement of Hudson & relieved weak kidneys and now states the result was permanent. Can anv Hughes on page 3 and save money. Mrs. Wm. McCreary visited her sissufferer from kidney pills ask better proof? You can investigate. The case ter Mrs. George Baazley and family of Flatwoods Sunday. is right at home. George Wright, carpenter, Stanford Mr. J. H. Hamilton has almost comSt., Lancaster, Ky.. sajs: "I willingly pleted his new store house which will confirm all that I said in 1903 praising be of great benefit to the community. Doan's Kidney Pills. They do ail that Mr. J. Mort Rothwell has returned is claimed fcr them. I suffered a great j from the Spitler Sanitorium where he deal from my kidneys and back. Pains had been taking a treatment for rheuthrough my loins extended to the sides matism and over the kidneys. I used Doan's Hamilton & Hamilton are making a Kidney Pills and my kidneys became great improvement in this community normal and the pains stopped." building silos For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. by cleaning up land and and other buildings. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New At Mr. Charley Rogers sale Jan. 30. York, sole agents for tne United States. Remember the name Doan's and everything sold well, 1 cow and calf to Mr. Elias Smith, 76.50, eight oOlb' take nc other. shoats to Mr. Hounshell for $41.50, 1 six-- j ear-ol- d combined horse to Wilis Oh! Whiskey, Whiskey bane of life. harness Rogers $137.50, I Spring of tumult source of strife. ld mare to Huston Green $135.00, 1 Could I but half thy curses tell. saddle horse to Willis Rogers The wise would wish thee safe in hell. $132.50, corn brought $2.60 in the crib. ... Selected. four-year-o- ld three-year-o- Nisery Does Not Free Sample, Remedy Stomach Tne Busy Man. If you want to get a favor done Splendid For Gas, Sourness, Fermentation, Heaviness and Upset Stomach. ld Subscribe For THE CENTRAL RECORD only $1.00 per year. that please the farmer. We expect to continue to get just as much for your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYBODY. We are getting prices Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. J to Send vour name and address Buffalo, N. Y.; a Booth's postal card wiil do. Say "Send me and youwillhave sample of an opportunity to try for yourself a remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas tritis or Catarrh of the Stomach that has relieved and cured thousands upon thousands of people throughout America. Stomach So certain are Tablets in anv case of disordered stomach that R. E. McRoberts & Son will Himnlv vou with the distinct under standing that if you are dissatisfied with results they will refund the purchase price. Could anything be Stomach Tablets are fairer? I leading recommended by highly harmacists every, 50c ", A By some obliging friend. And want a promise, safe and sure On which you may depend, Don't go to him who always has Much leisure time to plan. But if you want your favor done. Just ask the busy man. The man with leisure never has A moment he can spare; He's busy "putting off" until His friends are in despair, But he whose every walking hour Is crowded full of work, Forgets the art of wasting time-- He cannot stop to shirk. want a favor done. And want it right away. Go to the man who constantly Works sixteen hours a day. He'll find a moment, sure, somewhere That has no other use. And fix you while the idle n.an Is framing an excuse. So, when you Heart TaiobJ, .afX- - ' .v - - - "ihrft-- -- - fc, -- ''r-- n tr ' Hri gSTi ,mi7,iijlm nMt&Zri $Kifiw3a,c.-sfi-isrra(- r 1 -- . To the Public NoStSirttfMtfPfl?, and we fnjs p.or, lecturer, of Richmond, "a. has reached Know the Guarantee is is Genuine the heigth of canine glory by performing tricks before President Taft. ProPARISIAN Sane .the quick-actin- g fessors of Yale and Harvard and psy- hair restorer, is guaranteed coiogists have found much in Jasper to To stop falling hair. wonder at, saying that he demonstrates To cure dandruir. by his actions that he understands the To cure itching of the scalp. meaning of words. No telling what To put life into faded hair, they would think of Dick Pontius, Tip To make harsh hair soft and luxuri- Elkin, Fido Lear, and "Fi" Gill, to Prices Right. ant. Good Service. sav nothing of the late and lamented To make hair grow, or money back. Buster Mount. Phone 35 It is the most delightful hair dresswill We - - Kentucky. ing made, and is a great favorite with pardonhope our otherofdog friends for Lancaster, their names the omission luvuri-an- t ladies who desire beautiful and 'the lack of space" only. hair. Large bottle only 50 cents. D. Giroux Mfg Co., Buffalo. N. Y., AmerIT GROWS HAIR ican makers. R. E. McRoberts & Son. (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) i CARDS. We are Agents for Sya, a Jog ovrnsd by a Ehataatift Ill ARK CORNER j. ' "fouHwhrftipy. Stat'hertjJUlt, im jbz aw that's f or YoaW aere--- ir. 1'i550ax try lajTaajfttfifrii 2.0iSj!H uarK uomer 1 a revenue I am.1' om-:er-- i" m A. Veterinary The woman's voice rang out clear, sharp. Insistent, and as the notes drifted through the hazy summer air a man pulled Upon the reins of his bone quickly. "Hello, Mary I didn't see you." "1 reckon It Is time you did makln' me run, tired as 1 am, down that path of turning stones." She paused extending her young brown arms, grasping the tops of the seat and so lifting Here Aie Fads We Want You To Prove herself easily up beside htm. Differing View. "I let you ko round the bend. Jim. "I asked jour husband last night If At Our Risk, 'cause I was speculatln' as to the likehad to lie his life over again If he In all our experience with hair tonics ly chances of your glvln' that revenue lie would marr jou, and he said he Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. would." certainly "He certainly there is one that has done more toward officer with that burden of his a lift -- -- Kentucky wouldn't." Judge. gaining our confidence than any other. down." Lancaster. The man Bhifted slightly so a to We reallv believe this remedy, known as give her more room, and his face as Rexall "93" Hair Tonie is so superior to Boyhood's Wish. he turned it to the woman's was flushLittle Louis, four years old, had other preparations that we offer it to you ed deeply. "I tol' him. Mary, if he got been sitting on the sofa all morning, with our personal and unqualified'promise me a load of 'em I'd do It maybe. SeeWho So Ever Will. when his mother said: "You have that if you use it and it doesn't prove ing chances Is sllm,- -I reckon they'll Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT been a very good boy all morning. If in.eyery way satisfactory to you, we be a long time before askln' an' the and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. there is anything you wish I will give will, upon your mere request at our walk ain't none too 'vlgoratln'." It to you, Louis." "I would like to store, return to you the money you They both gazed down the broken The Old Reliable Barber. be a bad boy this afternoon," he mountain path, edged sharply by paid us for it. HENRY DUNCAN Rexall "93" Hair Tonic acts scientifi- bushes and tall grasses. Wild flowers sweet odor on cally destroying the germs which are and ferns flung their the hot dust and shriveled in the Drowned In Buttermilk. Office oi er Office Hours usually responsible for baldness. It Thomas Iler. a milkman, was acts to penetrate to the roots of the heat. Below moved a tiny spot. Two R.m to 12. 1p.m. tol. Stormes' Drug Store men staggered and toiled beneath the in 1,000 gallons of butterdrowned milk when his wagon dropped Into a hair, stimultating and nourishing them. weight of a great body whose very depression In the road and was over- It is a most pleasant toilet necessity, Inertness and laxity taxed their turned. The tank burst and the de- is delicately perfumed, and will not gum strength cruelly. DENTIST. "So they got hlra?" the woman pression filled to the brink and Mr. nor permanently stain the hair. Lancaster, Ky Iler, who was caught beneath the Phone 65. We want you to get a bottle of Rex- breathed, her eyes suddenly dark and wreckage, was covered entirely with all "93" Hair Tonic and use it as direct flashing. "Yep one gone but Jeff went too the buttermilk. ed. If it does not relieve scalp irritaIn the doln'." tion, remove dandruff prevent the hair "Shorty makes two." Geographic Guess. from falling out and promote an increas "Shorty ain't gone yet." knows the name of the capital ed growth of hair and in every way Wio "Nope." of Australia? give entire satisfaction, come back and of the commonwealth only by the Silence Don't guess either Melbourne or Syo-ne- tell us, and get your money back. Two creaking settled, broken harness, the of the leather for that would send you to the U. TV. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat man and the bottom of the class. A magazine ex- sizes, 50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our heavy breathing of thesighing of the Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed plorer has discovered the place, which store The Rexall Store. R. E. Mc almost Imperceptible girl. is called by the extraordinary namo of Roberts & Son. Oakdale Herd Of "Say, do you reckon It'll be soon and tells fireside travyes?" elers how to find Us site. To do this can't tell, Mary, ain't heard as Ill, EN A VISTA draw a lino on the map connecting yet. Was It one or two?" Melbourne with Sydney, divide it by reve "One sneakin', two points into three equal parts, and Royal blood and splendid individuality. the point nearest Sydney will stand Mr. Carl Blakeman is at home from nue officer, only one," she said almost regretfully. "He was spyin' and what A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. for the future capital of Australia. Florida. ought a spy to get7 But, Shorty?" This site was roughly specified by J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky the consltutlon of 1900, but It took a Mrs. J. K. Daugherty is visiting in The man sighed. "That's It, what'll "Say, Mary, ain't you tired walkln' controversy to select the site Lexington. he get?" r every day now In this awful heat?" Read the advertisement of Hudson & "Dark corner an' the cabin 't '11 be The man drew her tenderly into his definitely. gone. Are you sure there ain't no arms as the iron door clanged to. Hughes on page 3 and save money. Japan Colonizing In Brazil. "No, Shorty, I ain't never tired when Mrs. H. A. Tracy has returned after chance not one?" "Say, Mary, what er you cringin' you are at the end. An,' an, Shorty, Physician and Surgeon. Japan will colonize a tract of a pleasant stay with relatives in Louisfer? You ain't scared o' death no. think when we are back alone " She acres In Brazil, where will be ville. you ain't scared o' nothin'." LANCASTER, KY. operated great rice plantations. Spepaused, suddenly confused "we won't Mrs. Mary Taylor of Nicholasville, But the woman's eyes that held the never be alone again will we though? Office Phone C. Residence Phone 220 cial privileges have been secured from the government of Brazil, such as the has been the guest of Mrs. Charles purity of the southern skies In color But when we get back, and he grows payment of the traveling expenses of Dietrich. filled slowly and under the limp up so big an' strong In the forest. her lips trembled. One brown Shorty, an' you teach him about the the colonists, and that no duty will Mrs. E. A. Eason and daughter be charged for Ave years. A capital Martha of Nicholasville attended the hand twisted her apron string gent-lv- . birds an" how to trap well be hap "Wal. vou see up ter now 1 of nearly $1,000,000 is being raised. funeral of Mr. V. S. Evans here ThursJ ain't been afraid o' nothin", but now, py?" Half of this sum will be used. By the "But I ain't never comin back. All Work Guarauteed. now that things Is changed there'll Mary." end of four years It Is expected that day. Lick, Kentucky the colony will number 2,000 families. Mr. V. S. Evans a prominent farmer be a little stranger in Dark Corner She swallowed hard as she brushed 1MB tl. Three hundred families, numbering after an illness for some time died at an', an' It'll be powerful lonesome the dust off her boots. "But you are. about 1,000 persons, will be sent first his home near here last Wednesday without his Pappy." Shorty why the birds wouldn't sing By January next the first party of morning, funeral services were con 12 a. m. i They both paused, the man letting no more, nor the sun wouldn't never Phone Office Hours 8 to nto4.7to9pm. colonists will etart for their new ducted by Dr. E. h. Pearce of Danville the reins fall lax and the woman al- shine aealn In Dark Corner nor nor home. to stretch out as could we do without you Pappy," and Thursday afternoon and interment was lowing her hands appeal. "You see K. Denny anil W. A. Wheeler though in dumb In the wonder of the new name she in Mt. Olive cemetery. Mr. Evans we had such nice times in Dark Cor- - slipped closer within his arms, and was-bor- n Dec. 2, 1855 a member of the ner. Snorty an- - usea xer iramp iu Doctors Of Dental Surgery. resting her head.on his shoulder they l M. E. Church. He leaves a wife and hills in springtime, each one tryln to talked as though the cabin walls sur & Ander-touOffice: Stormes Building ovei Hurt six children three sons and three daugh- find the robin's nest first or the wild rounded them and the sweet air was Furniture Store ters, to whom we extend sympathy. rose peekln' thro' some hedge I kind fanning their cheeks. She told him KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, o' planned to " of all she had done and how she would The man brought his whip down show him the little cradle the first TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE I John White & Co. sharply upon the horse's back, touch- thing when he came home. ing Its foaming flanks again and LOUISVILLE. KY. ?S"fii?f5K?5kK That night Bhe tolled up the trail Money Back for any case of Established 1837 again, and as it reared on Its haunches for the last time for many, many Hlghestmarkct price paid in anger he swore a loud oath and weeks and each day that drew nearK ?ii335'2W Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai sent the wagon rumbling and tumbling er came the date set for Shorty Bill's j?s&?Mk9fiw & FURS down the steep grade at a dangerous death. He scarcely noticed day or and HIDES. Fields seeds at wholesale prices Solace Fails To Remove. pace. Towards the bottom only he night, so great and terrible was his WOOL comnssioi direct to the consumer. 1 nave a SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- slackened his mad race beside two anxiety. hatless, The jailer got a permit after that full line of choice field seeds and cal discovery of three German Scien- bent figures, in the blinding heat. staggering on which gave her the privilege of spendWin- tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals can save you money on your One of them waved and instantly the ing each night In his cell and leaving and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to cart drew up alongside of them. ter and Spring supply. at the first gleam of dawn. "Enjoyln' the exercise, Mr. Revenue A week passed and finally the last Write me for price list and sam take, and will not affect the weakest Officer? It's a nice warm day, ain't day came, when all hope was abanstomach. ples. last stretch It is guaranteed under the Pure Food It? An' you passed thealready " of doned and they parted quietly at daygone i Buy a Farm, break. She clung to him as a woundand Drugs Law to be absolutely free water two miles He grinned horribly at the exclama ed animal clings to Its dying mate, IF YOU WANT TO- - Sella Farm, from opiates or harmful drugs of any ( Sell at Auction tion of dismay that escaped the men s and then with her son In her arms description lips. "Now I want yer to understand sharply and left the prison. prices on I will give you SOLACE is a pure specific in every that I ain't beln" unsociable nor un turned jailers and the revenue officers The 50 Choice Farms. way, and has been proven beyond ques- friendly at all, but it's like walkln" ter came promptly two hours later, but tion to surest and quickest remget See Me or Touch the Live Wire. Kentucky. edy for be theAcid Troubles known to Hell to do It,to town but If this wom with reluctant hands they turned the Lexington, you can. ' Uric an can lock and entered. "But she Isn't walkln'." medical science, no matter how long "Shorty," one said, "we're sorry." W. T. KING, "Not today but she has for sixty standing; It reaches and removes the A sob was the only answer. 339-Phone "Brace up. Bill don't give wa- yroot of the trouble (Uric Acid) and long others an' she ain't whimpered KENTUCKY LANCASTER, either." come." purifies the blood. "Why don't you stay In Dark CorThey started to lift him to his feet THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek ner, where you rats belong?" but with a trembling wail the body are the Sole U. S. Agents and have una nuriis. "Jest for one reason, Mr. Officer; flung over the worn "W. tell Ton boir uA thousands of voluntary testimonial let- she's tralnln' to walk so'b when you stood rigid, hair pifbcitprlftfl Write coat In a gleaming mass. jor w..iir pnet ,in ters which have been received from all get to Hell her road'll be easier aaaniarancet. "Almsle was right I wasn't U.SABEL&SONS grateful people SOLACE has restored than yours by practice " of death, but since since the lit In a letter from Branch-lan- d, to health. Testimonial letters, liter And with a sharp crack of the whip tle stranger came to Dark Corner I DciltrilnFri,BMM.iroeI W. Va., Mrs. Elizaature and FREE BOX sent upon EtUblUhadlSSe. they trotted on. was a'feared. He needed him powerbeth Chapman says: "I That night the woman fell exhaust- ful much to to teach him about suffered from womanly R. Lee Morris, president of the First ed upon the steps of her little cabin. birds and to trap. A boy needs a troubles nearly five years. National Bank pt Chico, Texas, wrote It had seemed endless, the Journey, Pappy more In the Blue Ridge than a the Solace Company as follows: All the doctors in the counthe dingy prison, the hours of hope- Mammy an an' maybe tne sun will ty did me no good. I took "I want you to send a box of Solace less despair and planning, the empty shine after- " to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for promises, the farewell at dusk, and Cardui, and now I am enShe paused, throwing her hands be which I enclose $1. This remedy has the long climb home. A round white fore her. tirely well. I feel like a been used by some friends of mine moon had dipped acroBS the orest of new woman. Cardui saved "No. don't you all dare touch me. here and I must say its action was won- a wooded hill and threw Its light full I'm comln peaceable an' quiet I ain't my life! All who suffer upon her tired, exhausted figure; and skeered o' death an' anyway that road (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. from womanly trouble was that the man saw her first, up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. so itarm flung In defiance across the I've traveled for four months will Put should give Cardui a trial." one beglnnln to Hell easy. Let IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL the threshold of her home, and upon make the What Back to Pappy? E61 AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY the warm night air he heard her sob me alone Back to Dark Corner? Oh, God!" and TAKING SOLACE. "No Special aloud In pitiful anguish. Because of her little body slid to the floor. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST this his voice held a note of gentleTake Motive Counts. SOLACE ALONE does the work. ness when he spoke that was rare. "I beg your pardon." "Yes, your honor," said 'Rastus In Write today for the free box, etc. She sprang erect, eyes flashing, sup- police court, "I'se guilty; I stole them SOLACE REMEDY CO., ple and slim, enmity In every breath pants. But, your honor, there ain't no Residence Phone 27 Office Phone 3. Tonic she drew, "Why have you come?" sin when the motive am good. I done Battle Creek. Mich. LANCASTER. KY. "It was quite by accident, I assure stole them pants to get baptized la." 50 years of proof have Life. you" convinced those li. BOURNE Auctioneer. Pryor, Wife's inflexible Fidelity and Cun ning Saves Husband from the Gallows. By GEORGE S. ROLANDS. "I reckon "Yfes, was " "An" you'd but you ain't reckoned on me I'm a better shot than Shorty ever know where. Pursley's Dr. Wm. Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! B IF. "WJLTER. Yass-Canberr- a, Registered Durocs 4'I better stop quit quick, or you'll be where he is, too." The woman kept a sullen silence. "You moonshiners are a bad lot that's all. I warn you to quiet the others down, or they'll be countln' bars with Shorty. Let me see your dl8Ullery." Her slender figure stiffened slowly and barred the doorway. "Did you hear me?" Still no answer. "So the blood runs warm, eh? You're one of those wild roses all thorns ?" He grasped her wrist firmly. "Skin like a Illy and reared in the wilder nesswhat If Shorty came back? Eh? Is It worth?" "Whaf?" "Say, a kiss and " He stepped back hurriedly, afraid of the glitter In her eyes, silenced by the awful agony In her face. "I reckon the hangin' of Shorty will square matters here an' there ain't no use of no more revenue officers trackln' our corn down," she said slowly and bitterly. "You won't distill any more whisky then?" "I ain't sayin' yes nor no but the trail down Is a sight cooler by night than by day an' there ain't nobody to take you away In case of accidents like happened to your friend today. Almsle, he said this mornln' that he might lug a load down but not one an' anyway Dark Corner ain't so powerful big that It can hold you an' me together comfortably." And so he turned before her eyes that burned like a fiery sea; but later, when the wind sighed In the pine boughs denoting the first flush of daybreak he crept back, puzzled by a strange hacking sound. Inside through the chinks of the rough wall he beheld the girl, ax in hand, chopping pine. She had fashioned a queer object which her touched lcvlngly, in a wonder ing pitiful way fitting notch to notch with strange haste. At last she straightened bent and Bhoved It ever so gently i.ith her foot so that the clumsy, crude thing rocked to and fro while she fell above It arms crossed In a paroxysm of uncontrolled grief. fin-fle- Mi Ms Composed of Roots. Herbs, and Barks, for all The North Western Cow DAKOTA JACK, Boy. DAYS Blood Diseases. Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach, Nervousness and Female Diseases. FOR i ft 45 TREATMENT $1.00. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy r a a'n Deafness. Burns. Siings T inimpn J flllllllCllL Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle f- CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Sha'ing, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son; Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. .;sLft Ml QYgft'Pfl gfrP3t fiJMiFiJJifrSfli HM w All on sale at i''i i.-- At first the tendency of the manufacturers seemed to be toward large and expensive cars and the needs of the poor man or the man of moderate means was overlooked. sup- ten-yea- W. M. ELLIOTT, American ingenuity and common sense plied this need in "The Ford." !' The Ford is not only an inexpensive car to buy but because of its strength and enduring qualities it is also inexpensive to maintain. H. J. PATRICK, sun-bonn- Dentist, R. L. ELKIN, Agent. Paint 1. S Field ' W. Bush B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 18S3. I ze mMmm& Seeds Nelson, Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. I CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $40,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepp- - W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. r. dust-covere- Business Solicited. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention Real Estate and Auctioneer. rock-botto- J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Seedman. Courier Journal AT HALF PRICE For 1913. Life Saver FURS ONLY $3.QO A YEAR. Let us send in your subscription. - R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Kentucky J ft BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer' CARDUI THE NATIONAL BANK OF The Woman's UL&SggjgW'M twmr,-- - I MBjjjjyyii in 0 II fi Training m School for Teachers A Uacax. lv RICHMOND. KY. vaua la ill rnuk Bpecte r Kentueky, Scboola GrarM. and Review TafttoaFnwtoAp-DoiateaCOo.-M- . r Two loleBdid' dor. Cmrt leadler to Ebnnraurr lot mediate M LI Ss Ruu br praMlKaooLdnatarasrIo'''. welleqalrwl Thlrt Terra Jaaaarr tenW. Soo4TfnaS.rall School .peal Juno 1C, ?. Fourth TrrmipriU, Baauntr Caaor. fi cnABnH Vmlirttt mltorlea.aew model acbool. aevlauaaltraialat;beltdln who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and Strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui todayl Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Schultz's Cut Flowers . A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. and Floral Designs. Give us a Trial. Lancaster, Kentucky. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. j 'MMMMWa.H it is the best medicine ever sold over a druareist's counter. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE. All Orders Filled Promptly. YOUR BUSINESS. L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. j- . j c-- -- aof TJ " -- &&-- - '.i--J fj-g- L n !Li' '""i iJiti re-i- eTrs etf-vzzfs7vsmsy.'rKr7TS.snk- t? AGAIN A few Winter Coats and Suits SKILLFULLY at a mere fraction of their real worth. Choice of Suits moving fast at Many other things to be had at rediculous low prices so as to make room for our We must clear our store of Winter Stock beeaused NEW SPRING GOODS are beginning to come in Hence our Winter Goods must move quick, no matter what the loss. Skirts that are worth many times the price we are asking. Your choice $9.98 I L. Enormous Spring Stock. $2.98 The Joseph Mercantile Company, A I New Shipment of Linens, Flaxpns and French Ginghams just received. To Our Customers rr ii ft Happy and Prosperous New Year. Your account is due, Come in and settle and make us happy. 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. jg -- 'fej'&K-M'K ''eaQiJ.oj'Wiwi'fiS'esn; t'XO'-- . I s I v. Such Nice LIGHT BREAD as your heart delights in, can best be baked from our WHITE SWAN brand of FLOUR. No matter how skillful you u ,t s e are WHITL 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- ter at once. Lancaster Elevator fK & a Flour Mills .'" fi.f)' &.jiOiWiWf.Jit.! Crfit.'lif.i'.t-.'JJflG- 0))'7XIv LI U LU eConven ience of Banking Have you investigated our facilities, our resources, our modern methods and equipment for handling ordinary deposits, loans, colldctions and banking business in generNo. You will find it to your interest to make inal? quiries. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company It's Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap 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 Coal HW to be out of it some time anyway. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. gB&aaMaaaSH mule buver, was here at court yesterLighting The Panama Canal day Green Clay Walker, As the completion of the canal draws of Lancaster, was a court day visitor yesterday. He edited the Lancaster near, interest in the vast construction v Record for a number of years and work merges in great variety of details made that paper most readable at al; which will be necessary to its operation. times but sold out some time ago and is For the first time, says the February A Brief Mention of the Comings and now devoting his time to the practice Popular Mechanics Magazine, in an Goings Ly Those Wt Art Interested In. of law and his race for county attorney illustrated article, two great oceans of Garrard, and by the way reports will be connected by an unbroken avenue come from that county that he has of brilliant lights, through which the Misses Annie Barker and Bettie Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford Fred Batterton of Paris 13 in Lanworld's commerce will pass, for this Nor- is visiting her sister Miss Jennie Dun- smooth sailing before the steay demoScott left last week to enter the caster this week. cracy of hi3 excellent county. Rich- canal will be in service every hour mal school at Richmond. can. during every day in the year. Like Miss Pearl Ham is in Somerset for mond Climax. Mr. Chenault Elmore of St. Louis, statelj sentinels standing at attention, a stay with friends. upper Garrard, Miss Nellie Scott of Mo., is the guest of his parents Mr. a double line of buoys, beacons and entered the Normal School at Richmond Mr. Lawrence Pollard left Monday to and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Miss Palsy Anderson Improving. lighthouses will enable the pilots to Monday. enter school at Berea. safely follow the zigzag course from Mrs. Jeff Dunn of Lexington has reIt will be a source of pleasure to the Atlantic to Pacific. Mrs. George D. Robinson and Mi3s Miss Mary Rankin is enjoying a visit turned to her home after a visit to her Martha Kavanaugh were in Danville many friends of little Miss Patsy An to friends at Burnside. father Mr. John K. West. derson, who has been undergoing a Wednesday. Hero Worship. siege of typhoid fever, to know that Miss Estell Walker has been in StanRev-ernMr. Lucien Burnam an Internal Misses Anne Lee and Margaret Wool-fol- k she is improving rapidly and that her One of our well established Ameriford visiting Miss Bell Denny. man of Louisville was a visitor of Lexington have been visiting ultimate recovery is assured. canisms is When we Dr. and Mrs. Perkins of Oklahoma in Lancaster for several days. Lancaster relatives. extol a man we can scarcely rear a are guests of Mrs. J.. P. Long. Kentucky Test Of Serum Cure. pedestal tall enough on which to stand Miss Sarah Daniels has returned to Mrs. Emma Higginbotham will leave Judge Lewis u. walker was in her home in Paris after a protracted shortly to visit her cousin Mrs. J. C. lasting fame is The Louisville theatrical charity him. If our hero dies his Paris on legal business last week. assured, no breath of calumny touches Eubanks in Stanford. stay with Mrs. John M. Mount. club will send Joseph Gernert, a for(him forevermore and he is held up as a Mr. W. J. Romans was in Cincinnati Mrs. J. C. Robinson has been con- mer employe and at one time city de model for future generations. Mr. J. F. Manley the Lexington arIf the first of the week, on business. chitect was in Lancaster on business fined to her home for over a week tective to Berlin for treatment under perchance, the hero lives his fate is that new Friedman tuberculosis remedy the Miss Minnie Gulley entertained a few connected with the new tobacco ware- with a very sore foot. of Jim Thorpe, the athlete, whose The test will be thorough in every parfriends informally Friday evening. house. Mrs. Wm. Hays of Stanford is ex- ticular as a careful blood test and meteoric rise was only eclipse by his Miss Lily Noel returned to Danville pected Saturday for a visit to Mr. and physical examination was made and a descent. Thorpe reached the pinnacle W. B. Burton and Green Clay Wal $ of success when he carried off the ker attended Richmond court Monday. Monday after an extended visit to Mr. Mrs James A. Beazley. trrecord kept, so the physician will be C honors in the Olympic games at StockU. D. Simpson and othar Lancaster makCouncilman G S. Greenleaf is able to determine how great the remNow it seems the laurels Mr. Price McGrath of Sharpsburg, friends. ing an extended visit to his brother edy is. Charlie Finly of New York has holm. Ky., is the guest of Lacnaster friends. showered upon him are undeserved as Mr. John Greenleaf in Richmond. offered to pay 1,000.000 to Dr. FriedMr. J. W. Acey of Stanford was he had played baseball for "filthy lucre" Miss Bessie Gulley left last Thurs- over Sunday to see his wife who reReverend Archer Bishop of George- man if he would bring his supposed of which, no doubt, he wa3 in need of. proved day for a visit to friends in Lexington. mains quite sick of inflamatory rheu- town filled the pulpit at the Baptist cure to this country and have it and he is asked to send back all his effective and it is now thought Dr. r church Sunday morning and evening. Messrs. J. L. Francis and C D. Wal- matism. will bring his culture here in trophies and all of his performances Friedman will be wipe out of the record books Misses Minerva Cox and Bessie Brown person. ker were visitors in Crab Orchard SunMrs. Givens Terrill entertained at a and his name will be mentioned in day. six o'clock course dinner in honor of who are students at the Normal school athletic circles no more forever. Mr. John Williams Walker and bride in Richmond will be at home today for Pensions Arrive Early. Miss Mabel Mason spent Saturday Truly, the favor of the people, like a short visit. of Eminence. and Sunday with her parents in MadiThe hearts of the old veterans who the favor of princes, is ephemeral. Tois are wards of Uncle Sam were made day the hero i3 greeted Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris son. Mrs. Ada Kmnaird entertained a with Hosannas the guest expected to return soon and give the glad by the arrival of their pension tomorrow it is "Crucify him". Nicholas-vill- e few friends Friday evening, Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is in visiting her mother Mrs. H. L. of honor being Mrs. We3ley West of popular entertainment the "Old Maids checks on the 5th inst for the quarter Club" at Paint Lick. ending with January, a week earlier Washington City. Elder. ' tf the than usual. This wa3 made possible by The Misses Gill entertained Leslie O. Harbor, an old Garrard Miss Minnie Brown left Monday for Club last Fri- abolishing the various sub pension agen- I Y0UUF1ND IT IN THIS COLUMN, stay with relatives and friends in coudty boy.who now lives in Boyle members of the Womans a country, merging them incounty was a pleaseant caller at the day evening the honore being Miss cies over the Louisville. to one, and the checks are now sent out V Mary Miller of Richmond. Record office Monday. fromWashingtonD.C. Considerable time Drs. Wm. Burnett and W. M. Elliott Mr. Ed Price was in Danville Tues- is also savrd by the discontinuance of Mary Dalton of Hamilton Miss were in Louisville this week for a sevTry our soluble tea and coffee. College, Lexington, wa3 at home Sat- day and brought the good news that the old custom of the pensioners executeral days. urday and Sunday with her parents Mr Dr. S. P. Grant shows marked im- ing their vouchers and sending them to Reverend 0. P. Bush filled the pulprovement since his recent severe ill- the Pension Agent before their checks and Mrs. James Dalton. We are selling 20 pounds best granupit at the Baptist church in Columbia ness. Under the new lated sugar $1.00 cash. W. B. Ball. could be forwarded. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained on Sunday. 3 Mr. Frank Lusk and wife of Akron, "At a Tea Pouring" Tuesday afternoon The Mary Walker Price Chapter of system the pensioner is required to at 2:30 complementary for Mrs. J. the U. D. C. will not meet this week produce his certificate to the banker We have the agency for the famous O., were guests of Lancaster friends Wesley'West of Washington City. but expect to hold their next meeting who cashes his check. Ferndell brand of goods, last week. the second week in the month at Theo. Currey. tf. A good photograph of little Marv Prosperity Apparent. the home of Mrs. Ed C. Gaines. Robert Han and family of Wayne Lee Dunn the bright and winsome We want your shoulders and bacon county are the guest of their parents With the coming of warm weather will Relatives of Dr. V. S. Elkin and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Dunn, pay 12cts per pound for shoulders at Hyattsville. appeared in Saturday's issue of the Mrs. Elkin of Atlanta, Ga. are receiv- the presence of prosperity in our midst bacon 15cts. W. B. Ball. apparent. Toing very interesting descriptions of the is going to make itself Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lusk of Akron, Louisville Times. Panama Canal from them as they are gether with the work already nearing Ohio were recent visitors of Mrs. EmLoST:-Paof gold rim spectacles on Mr. Thomas Donnelley and Mr. Philip now enjoying a sojourn at that place. completion, the improvement to the ma G. Kauffman. or near the Public Square, Mahoney and sisters Misse3 Susie and High School, and pd Steve Owsley. In renewing their subscription to water works and the Mrs. O. P. Bush and little sons are Laura Mahoney attended the party enterprises now under S. A. McDearmon other private in Richmond with Mrs Bush's mother, given by Mr. Lawrence Pollard near The Record Mrs. added the Ice Factory, Currey's is the only place you can and Miss Jennie Arnold of Benton way, will be Mrs. Emma Bush. Judson Saturday night. Works, a Brick making buy Stone's wrapped cake. tf. Harbor, Mich., kindly say; we fel we Bottling ,James F. Conway of Richmond was Misses Docia Metcalf and Marian could not get along without your pa- establishment and many other enterFour Bracket Lamps also one twelve snaking hands with his many Lancas- Ledford of Paint Lick, Iva Raney of prises that are in contemplation. There per, it ia like a newsy letter from some will be an unprecedented number of Lamp Chandalier, for sale. ter friend3 Monday. Lancaster, Mr. Wilson Brandenburg of friend to us." d Fork Church Society. new dwelling houses built in Lancaster Miss Tommie Francis spent the past Richmond and C. R. Henry of Kirksville Mrs. Mary C. Jennings formerly of during the coming spring and summer. in Danville with Mrs. Banks formed a house party at the home of week We have the New Minute and Knox this county, but now a resident Areola, as many of our citizens are but await Miss Jennie Ward this week. Hudson and family. tf. 111. is an ardent subscriber to the ing the advent of warm weather to be- Acidulated Gelatine. Currey. Record and adds in renewing her sub- gin operations. . Bring us your produce, will pay this scription, that she would not be without The above things are certainties, and price. She asks to to these we may add a few things for week 18cts. for egg3 30cts. for but it for five times the W. B. Ball. be remembered to all her Kentucky which we hope, first, we hope and con- ter. friends. fidently expect to see a tobacco market Try a can of Malo on your next cake, j Friends here will be interested to second to none in Kentucky; we hope it's fine. Currey. tf sidewalks to the city know that Miss Katherine Pettit, has and expect to see SweetClover Seed for winter sowing undertaken the founding of a new set- limits upon every street in the city, and tlement school in the mountain dis- to see thn City Council enforce an white and yellow cultivated biennial trict of Eastern Kentucky near Jane, ordinance which they have tc that effect, varieties. Greatest legume fertilizers, Ky., at the foot of Pine mountain, in and that the square may be included in pasture and bay. Prices and circular Pd Harlan county. The school will be en- the enforcement of that ordinance, and how to grow it, "Free". and undenomina that with the coming of another winter John A. Sheehan, Falmouth Ky. R. 4. tirely walks in front tional, and will be truly a benevolent we may see nice concrete When you are needing good coffee of every dwelling on every main thorinstitution. oughfare in the city and around the give us your next order, we are selling Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell of Lex square; we hope to see the loose brick the Phoenix Hotel cup put up in 1 ington has been elected State Corres in the sidewalks around the square, and pound tins for 35 cents per pound. ponding Secretary of the C. W. B. M. the old dilapidated cellar, doors and Koenig Guatemala in bulk for SOcta. Mrs. Campbell succeeds the late Mrs. other pitfalls for the unwary pedestrian per pound and the Henry Clay at 28 eta Sarah K. Yancey who was so beloved removed, and we hope to see a "park also the Blanke's line St. Louis. in our eommunitv. Mrs. Campbell is a beautiful" in the center of the square, W. B. Ball. ' daughter of our Brother Loos, so long with a board of lady managers who will identified with the Bible College, and see to it thatit remains apark beautiful. For Sale. food : is also a sister of Mrs. Albert Dabney and that whoever commits any kind of A handsome oak dining room table who lived with us in the old days of a depreadation which will detract from office. Garrard Female College her husband its beauty receives a heavy fine for his apply at this being a teacher in that institute. offense, and but there, perhaps we are For Sale. 'I made The only Baking Mrs. Jo Arnold spent the latter part like a child wishing what old Santa from Royal Grape Cream of Ten or twenty acres of good land in of last week in Lancaster, the guest of shall bring him, and are wishing too cultivation, with cottage '' Stephen Walker and Missueofget-t- a much, so we will wait and see how many high state of Mrs. Burton, of our wisheb may be realized before, I house, Just outside City limits. Mr. W. B. Walker. S. H. Eates, Lancaster Ky. 4tPd. T.annoatnr'R mose extensive horse and asking for more. Gossip About People v v W. B. Burton was in Louisville the Mr. John W. Walker and bride have returned to Eminence after a visit to first of the week. Mrs. W. S. Walker. Mr. Ed C. Gaines made a business Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were in trip to Louisville this week. Danville Thursday the guest of Dr. Miss Bettie Walter is in Richmond and Mrs. S. P. Grant. for a course at the Normal school. Miss Willie Wilkerson was in Dan ville last week the guest of her sister, Mr. S. D. Cochran went to Lexington this week for a visit to relatives. Miss Bessie Wilkerson. Ex-Edit- or ue hero-worshi- p. - e n 0 i e f D ir 3t-p- ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Buffer, Floor, more Eggs; makes the Powder appetizing and wholesome Tartar ,S 2 4 -- " adfc -- ' - Bourne 25 --thtifes. at an aTerago $180. Sttllimn" of Richswci, COLUMN W. B. rho suffered & strofcs-o- f paralysis last Center Bros, sold one pair for $400, freek, was taken to St.- - Josephs Hosooaseniuc.Mmninnmspoooaooa pital in Louisville last Sunday, and enState University News. couraging reports are being heard - (By C. B. Wilson) Hpieo below t& heading Is for tne excln-lv- e from his bedside. A host of friends use of our fanner subscribers, and Is for End admirers in Garrard county are jhe sale of s(ockvcra,ln and nf things on The press club wa3 very instructively farm as the" firmer cannot afford to adver- entertained Friday last by Sherman F. hoping for his speedy "recovery. tise. No notice will be accepted over fonr Porter. The department of Education lines, and will be only In tiro Issnes of tbe has been strengthened by the addition A Hoax. Record, free of charge of Prof. J. F. Bohanan. The law jour-- , It turns out that it is all a hoax about a New York company with acapitaliza-tio- r For Sale: One good work mule. nal that made its first publication last of $4,000,000 being formed for darnMilton Ward; Lancaster, Ky. week met with favor the eye of every one that received a copy. ing Dx river and harnessing the power. I have 20 shocks of sorgham to sell. There will be no games played with MK C. P. Kennedy, who owns the land Noah Marsee. Lancaster, Ky. Ky. college base ball teams in the seaon which the proposed dam was to have V. A. "Lear bought twele 100 poinds son of 1913, the games will be played In been erected, says the statement, which the South and North-wes- t. appeared in many papers, including the shoats of Cole Hicks at 6Jcts. T. F. Butler,tormer State University Climav, was erroneous and misleading, Capt T. A. Elkin and Son sold 75 boy who admitted to have been implicaand asks thit a correction be made. ewes to Jim Ed. Bruce for $5. a head. ted in burning the office of Prof. F. He Saw His Shadow Paul Anderson was tried and sentenced CO good sheep, J. H. For SALE:-aboto confinement in Frankfort from one Sunday morning February 2nd dawned Thompson, Preachersville, Ky. to six years. bright and clear, and Brer Groundhog, R. S. Webb who has been indicted on I have 500 locust posts for sale. Jas. doubtless sat up-a- ll nightpurposely glimpse of the weather, A. Bratton, R. F. D. 3. Lancaster, Ky. a similar charge will have his hearing to get the first in the April term of court. at the first gleam of the bright morning y debate befor sale: A few good red listed The annual sun, dived head foremost back into his boars. R. T. Bruce, Stanford, Ky. R. tween the Patterson and Union Literahole, there to remain for six more long F. D. No. 2. ry Societies will be held Wednesday weeks, the length of time which evening February 5th, the winning according to long and well established Some good baled timothy hay for custom, the story of which has been sale in ton lots or more. Phone 352 A. society will recieve a $50 loving cup. The great social feature of the week handed down to us since before the war T. R. Slavin. Paint Lick, Ky. will be the Tau Beta Pi Dance this we are to have wintry weather. For Sale: One" nice two year old fraternity is composed of Honor men, Kentacky College For Women At Dan- draft mare, well broke. Jno. G. Doty, those who have stood highest in class work, restricted to the Engineering Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. 2. ville. Jrift uso J. A, SuuTaiffflipfOTui. botigtr&&tiAtt&d. to 5250. J.B, MISTS I Caution, Not Kindness. old oouplo came la from the country, Trite, a bis basket of lunch, to 35C tho circcs. Tho lunch was heavy. The old wife was carrying it. As they croised a street, the husband held out his hand and said: "Qlmme that basket, Hannah." Tbe poor old woman surrendered the basket with a grateful look. "That's real kind o' ye, Joshua." she quavered. "Kind!" grunted the old man. "I wuz afeared ye'd git lost." Argonaut. .A ECONOMY OF STEEL WHEELS of Stems to Kavo Largo Year.-- rj Common Scttm Back of Claims Advanced in ita Favor. SSJSS 'Sn!r"' it- -. cently and ordered his luncheon. When the waiter brought It to him he asked: "Walter, is this a pork chop or a mutton chop!" "Can't you tell by the taste?" asked the waiter. "No, I can't." answered the man, eating the chop. "Well, then," said the waiter, "What difference does it make which It is." Sunday Magazine. The Banana Baby. "The banana baby Is the latest" "What's the banana baby?" "An eastern physician has reared a marvelous child on a diet of bananas." "Marvelous in what way?" "In mentality. Why, the little fellow can answer an almost incredible number of difficult questions." "Wonderful, indeed! One would naturally suppose that a banana baby would be apt to slip up once in a while." A' man went into a restaurant A Mpttsr of Taste. " re- inter-societ- school. At the end of the present scholastic year that intitutionnow known as Caldwell College will be changed to The Kentucky College For Women. Buildings will be erected at once with funds donated by Dr. Nathaniel Conklin, of New York, and other contributions aggregating about $225,000. Kentuckians should be proud of the fact that this new college is to be placed on a plane with the best institutions of the East for the higher education of women. What's Hie Hatter With Lancaster? How many of you farmers are feedThe State girls basket ball team is ing your hens and looking after their doing work this season they nests? Eggs are a good price. play Lexington High Wednesday night and they feel that victory must be Indian Runner ducks theirs. For SALE:-Si- x and two drakes. Price right Mrs. Jno. G. Doty. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. NINA. 2. For Sale: 1 pair 3 yr old horse mules 1 pure bred hampshire boar and a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg", Hvatts- ville, Ky. for sale: A couple of brood mares heavy with foal, also some work horses Its all right, but it needs a tobacco and a few shoats. warehouse, a commercial club, and it J. A. Conn, Jr. "Harris Place". needs all the home capital. It needs Lancaster, Ky. more public spirit, more push and more Mules For Sale. energy to back up the things that are for its growth and upbuilding. It does I have nine pair of good fat three n't need any more politics, but mora year old mules for sale. Some are well religion; it doesn't need any more gos- mated. Will sell single or in pairs to sip about men, women and children, suit the purchaser. You can save monbut gossip about the things that are ey by calling to see my stock. worth while. John C. Robinson, Hedgeville, Ky. It doesn't need any more school build- 3t, present ones to be utilized ings, but the That capable and astute auctioneer, for the greatest good to the largest number. Let us all work together to Hon. W. T. Kine reports that the sale of G. O. Rogers near Cartersville, was bring these things about. well attended and bids were fast and Income Ta Which Will Net The Govern- furious. Horses selling from S150. to $172. cow and calf for $85" eight shoats ment $2,000,000 Id Revenue that averaged about 45 lbs. each, sold Now Seems Assnrei tor S11.50. corn S2 65 in the crib. All Wyoming and Delaware have ratified household and kitchen furniture sold at the "16th Amendment" to the constitu- good prices. tion of the United States, which makes the necessary "three fourths of the The sale of W. E. Amon deceased, on Sovereign States" necessary to enable last Tuesday was well attended and every thing sold at good prices. Hon. the amendment to be enacted into a W. T. Kin? was the actioneer and was federal law; and it is highly probable convening of Congress justly proud of the record for the dav, that with the ifte after the 4th of March that the idle bid farm consisting of 210 acres was in by the heirs at $100.00 an acre will pay duty to the government on rich and will probably be sold later at a the the income arising from their immuch better price. Two short horn mense wealth. Kentucky during the incumbency of cows brought respectively $76 00 and $171.00, calves, $33. and $36. and one Gov. Augustus E. Willson ratified the amendment, bnt Gov. Willson held that aged mare $68. 100 barrels of corn $2.70 there was defect in the action of the at the crib. Oats straw $7. ton Hay$ll legislature, and that because of a tech- to $12. nicality the ratification would not hold The number of sheep kept on farms good; however, the legislature did not and ranches is increasing we are told view the matter in that light, and were and yet there are so many farms with inclined to the opinion that the Govern- out them where sheep could be kept or had nothing to do with the matter, profitably. Those who would use mutand when the matter is finally threshed ton are sometimes unable to g?t it at out. the action of the Kentucky legisla- the market because the animals cannot ture will probably be held valid and be had. As it is wool growers get Kentucky will be one of the necessary good prices for their fleeces and for three fourths to ratify the measure. their mutton, but not enough people The creation of an Income Tax law are wool growers. has long been in a mooted subject in the More sheep ought to be raised on United States, and the proposition has small farms; every farmer with a few had a checkered career, meeting with acres in pasture should have a few stubborn resistance and every possible sheep. Blue Grass Clipper. obstacle being thrown in its path by the throughout the counW. B. Burton reports that at least try, who would be most deeply effected 100 mules changed hands last Monday at by its enactment. However, before the Richmond at what he considered fabulous coming of the end of the fiscal year we prices. He purchased there 38 head at will probably see the revenue of the an average of $215. one nice horse of country swelled by about two million Mr. Moynahan for $175. six horses of dollars derived as taxation upon those Shelbyville parties, from $175 to $200. who are so fortunate as to receive an Rogers and Brandenberg of Paint Lick imcome of more than $4,000 per annum, sold 20 mules in Richmond Monda; to as income in excess of that amount will different parties at prices ranging from 150 to $250. J. A. Robinson of Boyle be subject to taxation. multi-millionair- es Read Hudson & Hughes advertisement on page 3. Mr. Morris Ross has a sick horse thought to have tonsilitis. Miss Annie Mae Prewitt is spending a few days with her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson Mr. Richard Ross of Madison county bought some nice shoata from T. E. Foley also some from Dan East. Mr. Arch Whitaker and family and Mr. Will Whitaker and wife are the guests of Mr. R. W. Sanders and wife. Mr. R. W. Sanders and wife and little Lucile and Mr. Will Whitaker and wife visited Mr. Herbert Whitaker last Sunday. ts Very Likely. "Reginald Vanderbilt has rented a 17,000 flat in New York." "What's the matter with Reginald? Does he also And it too expensive to buy coal and hire a man to run the CAREFUL FEEDING OF COLTS furnace?" Must Be Kept Growing If Best Horses Are to Be Made of Them Oats POOR HUBBY. Make Good Feed. The agricultural college and experiment station of the University of Wyoming has proved the value of teel wheels to Its complete oatlsf action, and lu a recent bulletin one of the expertH of that institution said: . steel wheels will "Low, wide-tire- d give any farmer better equipment for of .ftls work. Under all conditions the field and nearly all conditions 01 the road it Is estimated that broad-tire- d steel wheels pull from 30 to" 100 per cent, lighter than the narrow tires." The steel wheel for farm use seems to have a large measure of common sense back of the claims that have been advanced in favor of It. From the standpoint of convenience the farm wagon that has been made over Into a vehicle with wide steel tires has a strong appeal. It Is easily loaded and overcomes all the objections to high wagons of the old type. Users of steel wheels say their economy cannot be denied, as they make a much lighter draft, are therefore easier on the team, and, moreover, Boon pay for themselves in the elimination of tire troubles, so common to wood wheels. Their practical value Is further vouched for in the experiences of steel those who And that wide-tirewheels do not cut up the pastures, do not become "mired" in soft fields or muddy roads, and do not cause the heavy pulls that "rutty" roads have always meant for narrow tires. low-dow- n d lllfl I WOULD ! ANY- - BODY YQU PAY IS AN ANNUAL, REPORT THE or Financial Condition OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER, For the fiscal year ending January 6th, 1913 GENERAL FUND. Balance cash on band Jan. 1912 Fine collected .i. Licenses collected Taxes (old and new ) collected Railroad tax To Balance Overdrawn Total DISBURSEMENTS. 309 551 355 7.952 68 00 oo 89 390 M . 9.82H 6105 48 Salary City Councllmen " Mayor M m .. Some people seem to think that the colts can live out in all kinds of weather, and thrive on any kind of feed that they can get This is a great mistake, however. Colts, like any other young animals, must be kept growing by careful feeding if the best horses are to be made of them. Now is the time of the year to prepare for feeding and sheltering the to feed colts. M:t'.e preparations them a little, gradually increasing the amount as the grass becomes shorter. Fix a small lnclosure in the pasture where the colts run, so that they can run under the rails at a gap, but mares will be excluded. It the lnclosure is made near the salting or watering place the mares will not be so liable to toll the colts -away before they are through eating. Oats, with bran mixed in Wlfey There. George, didn't I tell them, make a little an excellent feed. Feed you only last week you ought to have once day, and lightly at first. In a a your life Insured? You never think little while they can be fed twice of me. daily and will eat a quart of feed a day. Dyspeptic Days. Some people eat to please themselves. Some cat to please their proctors; RAISING PONIES FOR PROFIT But, If we tell the honest truth, More eat to please the doctors. Little Fellows Always Find Ready Sale In All City Markets Cost At They Dress Now. of Rearing Is Small. We observe that the fifteen-year-olmiss is endeavoring to stanch her Did you ever investigate the raistears. "What Is the matter, little girl?" ing of the little ponies that are the delight of every child's heart. The we ask. "I think grandmamma Is too mean cost of keeping the ponies would not for anything!" she sobs. "My new be a great deal for a farmer who frock came home this morning, and has other colts and horses to raise. he said it was too daring for me to wear, and put It on herself to wear to the matinee." Judge. 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. If you had an hour or two extra every day, you could turn it to good account for the benefit of your family or the improvement of your health. i I n The Hoosier Cabinet a a. n Saves fln Hour Every day. Many Hoosier owners say it saves two or three. It makes this saving by grouping everything at your fingers' ends. You don't have to walk to your pantry, and cupboard for everythiug you need in cooking. You don't have to go about putting things away. You don't stand on your feet until they ache and you are ready to cry. For the Hoosier i TW d 00 " and Commission of City Atfy FaldTreasurer City Clerk "Jailer " Assessor . " Supervisor " Extra police '.'. f "tending Town Clock...... Police Judge " ! ?b"; Lighting .....V. " " Telephone account .'.' 'Int,,?Knd stationery Miscellaneous-." Court costs " City Dump Note Bal In Anderson case.. Insurance 3 years.. Police court room supplies Interest paid Paid on streets, new streets, reconstructing and cleaning .... Amount transferred to Water Works account Total Water rents collected Am't transferred from general fund Total DISBURSEMENTS. .. From Which We Learn, Etc. Hercules had cleaned the Augean 0 ins gj stables. "Well," he said, wiping the sweat 100 00 from his brow, "this ends an expert' 10 o 23 00 ment of thirty years in segregating 25 00 filth. Considered as a reform move Vooo 1.32775 ment it was a failure." 2 714 98 '2540 70 m ea Such Wastefulness! so Persistent Person Would you help igj Jo j It 10 us to send a missionary to Korea? u gs will cost only $2,000! 25 Jo Old Grouch (brutally) Two thout8 00 dollars! Why you can get him 2.S97 18 sand croaked by a gunman here In New 800 Oj York for $101 Puck. jjjjjjj iw 65 19.620, 4S 'siBiBs Saves Miles Of Steps TW Pleasure and Profit WATER WORKS REVENUE RECEIPTS. 2,179 38 800 00 J2.970 38 Engineer Salary Sapt's Salary Supplies and repairs &"",?. Miscellaneous Balance on hand Attest: SHELBY MASON. 't " Total 900 soo 785 IW 419 23 00 00 31 32711 28 20 60 12,979 38 H.T.LOOAN. Clerk. Protem, . Mayor. DMSiillLiililj and these little fellows find a ready sale In the city markets. Your own children would be made happy by the possession of a beautiful little pony, and then, of course, your neighbors children would have to have one so your profits would begin at once by Willing to Be 8hocked. the creation of a market for them "I tell you, Ringgold, it's shocking right at home. and disgusting to hear the language used in a smoking car!" Mining Mules Pay. "I didn't know you could hear ordiWhat are called mining mules are nary conversation, Squinchley." being raised profitably In the middle "I can't; I use my ear trumpet" west There are two classes necessary for the occupation the surface Evasion. "My. good man, won't you make up mules and the pit mules, the size and your mind to give up this passion foi weight of the latter determined by the size of the tunneling. These anihorse racing?" "All right, ma'am. Ill try and lead mals are wanted to range from 600 pounds to 1,350 in weight, and twelve a bettor lite." to sixteen hands In height They must have deep bodies, good feet and those from five to eight years are preferred. by putting your cupboard, table, and pantry in one spot. The table is pure aluminum-s- o sanitary that cleaning it is no trouble at all. This table slides out so you can sit down and work. You reach for things instead of walking for them. When you are through you put them back. They don't clutter. You can see from this why 500,000 SI DELIGHTED OWNERS. Wouldn't trade mine for $1M. "Best Investment I eyerm.de." Hoos-iersare recommend the Hoosier to every woman who will listen. "My automatic servant," they call It "My slleut helper." Almost human $ Bring Your Tobacco. To mer that the effect of a long continued diet of grain Is as injurious to fowls as to cattle, nor that the concentrated grain food gives the best results when dllutet or mixed with some bulky succulent material. Reasons for Eating. The hen has three reasons for eating: To repair the tissues of her body, to keep herself warm, and to make eggs- - It therefore follows that her diet must be varied and plentiful. It never occurs to the average Harm of Too Much Grain. far- 1 LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. At any rata get a pure bred boar. Then you have half the drove Pur Bred Boar. thor-aghbr- ed Praises are endless. Seven out of ten sold through owners' recommendations. And we never found a woman who would give hers up. The enormous popularity of the Hoosier Cabinet with women who have used it has made such a huge increase in sales that manufacturing cost is lowered far below that of an ordinary common cabinet. The Hoosier Company fixes a standard low price everywhere to give you full benefit of this saving. Buy your Hoosier today, therefore, and save miles of steps right away. r Business Phone 211. anyway. Direct Buyers. No No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. ' R'll alert MONEYS We tell yoa how. anil paybestmarket prices. We are dealers; established We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. wmwmsBmswsmmmnwwsswk V ,- M. SABEL A. SONS HHMt ASS Class! St lOSatHU, ft. chants. References any banklnXou-IsvUlWrite for weekly price list. in 1856; and can do B8TTER for yon un agenis w commission mere. nun i a fNDRS0N. J ! t FHtS, HWU, WML. - i. 1-y- fVVi !- - " J-- ", -- 3 . -