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UHjJ anviKJRHiRsrriiirfEisra- Section No. h NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913. Yale and Harvard athletes are said to have walked all over the amateurism rules, but Lo, the poor Indian! Several days of ideal "sugar weather" last week caused "home made sugar" to make its appearance on the local market. Governor Sulzer of New York says he Imagine such a statement from the Sage of Oyster Bay I is going to go slow but surp. 46. 1 Hip i L8J sw?Iv iltJj i HARNESS, Three great events crowded into the short month of February; Ground Hog Day, St, Valentine Day and George Washington's Birthday. The Michigan man is said to be recovering from the operation where he acquired the brains of a dog. Would you call that operation a howling February is said to be the month in the year, but if shorter for us than December j uary were the sheriff will get j dont watch out. shortest it is any and Jan- us if we To R. MOUNT. The Democratic Yoters Of County. Garrard iiiinii Come, Get Prices and See Who Are Your Friends That Live and Let Live. CONN BROTH Lancaster, Ky. Great Room Making SAL E yf m Suits 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. H. T. Lo an v Believing in a Republican form of The effects of the new parcels post Lan- government in which the humblest and system is being seen around the caster postoffice, the rural carriers re- the poorest citizen may equally contend semble old Santa Claus when they with the rich and favored for political office, and believing in the democratic start on their morning trips. doctrine of rotation in office and knowing The early bird gets the worm, and that a generous public often rewards the candidate who shows the people he an efficient tried and true democratic is in earnest, tell3 them what he is for worker with preferment, I announced and what he is against, will be the myself as a candidate to represent the Kentucky long pole that knocks the persimmon. Garrard County in Legislature, subject to a democratic Butter is growing to be a scarce ar- primary to be held in August (1913.) ticle in this community, even the coun- Believing that when a man asks of the try people who are accustomed to sup- people the office of representative, or ply the town, are buying butter. The any other office, that the people have severe weather is the cause. the right to a free and candid expression of his views upon public Thus far this winter there has been questions and especially upon those no weather suitable to the gathering of questions that directly affect them, and natural ice, but what matter, with the believing that Governor Beckham was completion of the new ice plant the robbed of the office of United States product may be secured of better Senator by four political renegades, and quality and cheaper than that stored that he has always been true to his during the wintry weather. convictions and the interest of the great common people of our State, and that The auto bug is buzzing, and with he is admirably qualified for this office, the advent of Spring quite a number of I will say to the voters of this county Lannew automobiles will be seen in that I prefer him to any man in KenTelephone Reports In The State. caster. Our citizens have never had tucky for this office. any trouble in keeping in front of the The Independent company and the He was called to the Governor's chair spot light and they will be second to when only 31 years old, when the state Cumberland are consolidated in Frankno town in the number of performers ., was in a chaotic condition theLegislative lin County. behind the headlight. A merger of all telephone companies and Court of Appeals were run out of the in Woodford county is reported with inThe features of inauguration week city of Frankfort by armed soldiers when the state was nearly two million creased rates and free service with are looming big, and seeming Wilson Lexington cut out. and Marshall, will be second in im dollars in debt, and disorder and dem Independent Telephone Companies oralization upon all sides, and yet at portance to the suffragettes, who will and the Cumberland Company consolparade in militent array on historic this inexperienced age, he brought and Jessamine Pennsylvania avenue, the day before peace and tranquility out of chaos, put idate in Nicholasville County, and the rates are raised. the inauguration. Look for Bro. Wil- the states finances, upon a sound and The Fayette Home Telephone combasis, enlarged the apliam Walton and you will find him with economical pany and the Cumberland company are an extra piece of rubber neck when the propriations to the eleemosynary inRates are stitutions of the state, greatly aug- consolidated in Lexington. loose. mice are turned Common School fund, re- raised and the patrons are dissatisfied. mented the Th. two Independent companies in generated the prison system and put them upon a paying and self sustaining Christian county are taken over by the basis, built your magmncant state Cumberland company and the rates are Capitol building costing $2, 000, 000 with raised immediately upon the merger of out any suspicion or charge of graft, the companies. The patrons of th companies are protesting. left the state treasury with over The Fiscal court of Christian county in it, and all this was done bv his splendid management and execu- has revoked the grant heretofore given tive ability, without raising your tax the Telephone companies to use the pubrate; put the County Unit plank in the lic highways for the useofSpolesandthe democratic platform, and made it pos Court will sell a franchise which will sible to be put upon your statute books, regulate the rates to be charged both did not repine or become disgruntled in the local and long distance business. in defeat, but put his shoulder to the This is the first county in the state to wheel and helped to roll up the demo- sell a county franchise. Suit has been filed in the name of the cratic majority and victory in 1911, and had he been your representative in Commonwealth of Kentucky and severCongress when the Kenyon bill was al citizens by the County Attorney in voted upon, he would not have desert- the Fayette Circuit Court seeking the ed his post for the,doubtful shadow of dissolution of the merged companies. the saloon keeper's wing, nor hidden The suit alleges that the Cumberland behind the flimsy and puerile pretext company or the trust has absorbed the Home company and not as reported of unconstitutionality. We sadly need such a man in the that the Home Company has absorbed Senate to help carry out the pledges to the trust. A mass meeting ot the citizens o the people in the National Democratic Lexington and Fayette county was heli platform and sustain President-elec- t Wilson in his effort to redeem these at the Court House in Lexington Mon day. Speeches were made protesting pledges. I cast my first vote for him in 1898 against the consolidation and resolutions and have always been his zealous were adopted asking the Governor, At supporter, I have been for him up hill torney General, and the U. S. District and down dale, and have never yet Attorney and Attornev General of the failed to find him honest, courageous, U. S. to assist in the dissolution of the progressive and always working for the trust. best interest of his party and "the Lost: A bunch of Keys between the common people." Very recently upon the streets of Lancaster he with James home'of Bris Bruce in Middlesboro and Kindly return to and others of the Kentucky delegation the public square. at the Baltimore Convention with that Record office. matchless and grand statesman, WilPlease Give Us Credit. liam Jennings Bryan, were denounced and villified as wreckers and demagoWe notice that several lengthy argues of the democratic party, and it ticles which originated with the Recwas advocated to unceremoniously kick ord have been going the round of the them out of the Baltimore convention, press of late under a Louisville date and yet by following the leadership of line, making it appear as a press disBryan, the nomination of that christian patch to the daily papers, or else statesman, Woodrow Wilson, for the without being credited to any paper presidency was made possible, and this We are not vain, but we believe in was accomplished only by these men "rendering unto Caesar the thing that over ruling the power and control of are Caesar's," and if our feeble efforts the trusts and big interests that were are worth copying, they are surely dominating that convention, and by worth crediting, and newspaper ethics their actions made the election of demand that this should be done. Woodrow Wilson a certainty. My observation has taught me that Mr. W. S. Ferguson's Brother Dead. certain sporadic and spasmodic changes of mind and sentiment in order to be Friends of Mr. W. S. Ferguson in on the popular side of men or measures Lancaster received word from him are like death bed regenerations, of last Friday that he had been called to unstable quality and doubtful and suspici Melbourn Fla. by the death of his ous character, one is the art of the brother Mr. John Ferguson which in that city. Mr. Fergusop was trickster and demagogue in politics, the other of the dissembler and hypo- accompanied to Florida by his mother, crite in religion. In my conception of who resides in Covington. The deright and wrong there is no distinction ceased was the youngest of the Fergubetween personal and political integrity; son family; he conducted the Carleton a man who would violate a sacred pol- Hotel, the leading hostelry in Melitical agreement, can scarcely be trust- bourne. He is survived by a wife and ed, and I submit to you is likely to be- two children, his mother and two tray a political promise or dishonor a brothers, Messrs W. S. and Charles business obligation. If you do not Ferguson of Covington. ed want the treachery, such as was expolitical crooks that knifed Governor Beckham four years ago, to be repeated, put none but true and tried Beckham men on i guara. I have been noting the Democratic ticket for 40 years without faltering and should you commission me to vote for another than Gov. Beckham I will do so for I beleive it the paramount duty of a representative to respect the will 6t hi3 constituents rather than his own particular views. If nominated and elected I pledge you that whatever energy or capacity I may possess will always be enlisted in mak-.n- g the burdens of the people lighter and not heavier by voting for large appropriation and no money in sight to pay them. I pledge you to vote lor no bill or bills creating a lot of offices not provided for in the constitution; to vote for and not sidetrack a bill granting each and every voter the right to express his choice in a primary election for presidential candidates; to vote for a bill making the corporations of the state pay their just proportion of the state taxes. If you want a bill voted for that makes large and indiscriminate appropriations and that will enlarge the endebtedness of the state now amount ing to over two and a half millions of dollars, do not send me for I will not vote for it. If you want more public offices created that are not needed and are simply created for the benefit of an some political parasite ana lor wnicn the constitution make no provision, do not send me for I will not vote for them. If you want a man to go to Frannkfort and fritter away his time and be simply an ornament or servant of the special interest, do not send me for I'll not doit. If you want your state taxes lowered and the the states finances put upon a sound basis send me and I'll try to do it. I will later on in the canvass tell you how I propose to help to do it. My creed is Berkham for Sena tor, a more equal distribution of taxation, less offices and a lower tax rate. Respectfully, J. R. Mount. emplified by the four f?ra W MSTryjpjRiljfrU fMrgP Ji VULCAN PLOWS AND Plow Points. Clover, Timothy, Blue-Graand Oats. ss HASELDEN BROS. Mx&Mmml&mTSm. WMMKWSMMMSMM B ggies AND arness. For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wagons and Harness. ; W. i J. ROMANS. J UGAR, UGAR, UGAR. t 20 lbs for $1.00 CASH. I DAVIDSON ' &D0TY mmmmmmmmm wv,.v ,..,a.v..w..a-!v- " ....A.x$i.v$'S'S4'$ rfiSffiaSKSS.??XS2KsSO vDDlNl JC ' Look up your Spring Suit during our SPRING TAILORING OPENING which will be held on 13-14-- 15 & Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb ! Tailoring firm of The L. E. HAYS This will be our last Opening this season and will be conducted by a special cutter representing the old reliable to 300 Styles of piece goods on display. Special cutter to take your measure, Let us show you the styles. Suits $18.00 $40.00. CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. I I f y 7 oo0M5&-a-tH3SH5-- JAS W O KSSK9!WRWB&'i5!B SMITH, House trt&t&Wl&$tfW&?fri Mr. Wiley Making Improvements. te yi Of Eg&JlWa'nJSX'nHjfcjL Quality We notice that Wilson has visited a Here's A Victim For Cupid. Death Of Infant. dentist, wonder if said dentist extracted Mr Tobe Wiley who purchased the anv information Mr. J. J. Raymond the popular conFrank Miller, the 11 month old infant regarding cabinet Bastin property on Lexington Avenue, selections. INCORPORATED. tractor who has given us such a beau- - of Mr. and Mrs. Dank Ball, who live has a force of workmen engaged in 1.00 A YEAK. itiful school building, asks us to corrcet near the iron bridge on the Danvitk-pike- , U3UEL WttKLl. modernizing the house. New hardwood I the report given out a few weeks ago, died of Bronchial pneumonia last Resurrect The Commercial Club. floors, improved heating plant, bath that he was married. He wishes U3 to Thursday and was buried at the LanJ. E. ROBINSON, Editor. Town growth is a science and there state rooms ami piumuing are inciuaeu in me that he i3 still heart whole and caster cf metery Friday morning. Tho these minor offenders, or cause them to R. L ELKIN, Business Manager. work being done, and when completed are recognized ways to promote it. I fancy free, with a soft spot over his illnes3 began with whooping cough nd City goverment, in the long run, Mr Wiley will have one of the most committee of active men representing desist in thpir ofTenses against the law, n23rt that can easily be pierced by a later developed into pneumonia. The iCnVivil i ilie I'iwi 'rtic- - in ijiiicnner. ky we will before the passing of many under whatever form it takes, will be modern and homes in the an organization should work at it, all datt from Cupid's bow. Record together with the many friends a Mcond CIm Mull Matter. discourts see the cleanest judicial just as good, and no better than, the city. the time. They should get definite of the parents and family extend shtrict, the district where there is less people who take an interest in public facts 33 to how gains were made by Fish And Game Club For Garrard County eerest sympathy in this sad death. Member Kentucky Press Association crime than in any district in Kentucky. affairs want to make it. It is a montowns that we know have grown, and Sammy Herron Enlists. Mid A Necessity. , The question of whether we shall have strous delusion that you can secure see if these same methods won't work Samuel Lee Herron the eldest son of Telephone Act Of 1912 To Have Test Eighth District Publishers League. an increase or decrease of crime in Ken- good government by creating a triumIt has been observed that the counties Chief of Police and Mrs. Luther E. here. tucky after all lies with the people virate, giving them absolute authority. While any town as tavorably situateJ I which organized Fish and Game clubs Before Railroad Commission In A themselves, the question of the punish- A city government for the people and Herron, last week celebreted the arrival and with as many resources as ours Lancaster, Ky., February 14. 1913. have reaped the most benefit under of his majority by going to Columbus Case Between The Cumberland Co. ment of offenders comes before the by the people is what we want. Public should make some growth of its the recently enacted Fish and Game people compose the servants who do not regard public ser- O. and enlisting in a company of U. S. own impetus, still a much larger juries, and the law. Garrard county which is travers And Campbellsville Heme TeleCoast Artillery, taking a seven year ates For Political Announcements juries. Will you mete out such punish- vice as a private snap. We want men "hitch". Sam is a good boy and by advantage can be secured by careful ed diametrically by the best fish stream will deter them from both capable and conscientious. It as phone Co. For Precinct and Citv Oihces . . .$ 5.00 ment to them the time he serves his enlistment will planning through which a business in Kentucky, has no such club, and in 10.00 further infringement of the laws, or may seem a rare combination, but there doubtless be considered one of Uncle enterprise is pushed. Nothing moves consequence, unless something is done .. ?or County Offices will jou by leniency in the matter of are such men. unless some one pushes it and pushes alung that line before The Act of the Kentucky legislature For State and District Offices . . 15.00 Sam's most valued recruits. the coming of in an inteligent way, giving the best spring, this county will .10 fines. and i imprisonment or verdicts ol ... For Calls. Der line. , ir .. a. become a Mec- enacted in 1912 providing for the phynot guilty oners encourage em lur If you should visit Miami Fla., just information of successful methods used ca for seiners and others 10 Prominent Garrard Farmer. For Cards, per line who have sical connection of lines of rival telej now you would see Williams Jennings other offenses. It is with you. elsewhere. For all publications in the interbeen accustomed to take fish illegally, phone companies doing bu3ines3 in tin? Mr. John M. Duncan, of Lancaster, Bryan leading the simple life working Why not organize a commercial club and will feel much est of individuals or expresmore secure in the state, is to have a try out in the near I When Lincoln with his far seeing eye in his vegetable garden like any other was here Wednesday, having brought at once? sion of individual views, per pursuit ot their nefarious practises be- future before the State Railroad Comhis crop of tobacco to the Danville j0 spoke at Gettysbuig and prayed that farmer. Some think he is raising po11116 cause of the of such a mission, which the Act clothes with there might be preserved for us "a tatoes for his friend Woodrow, in order market Mr. Duncan is one of the Yotes For Keriocky Women Active Cam- body in the county. 05 Obituaries, per line junsaicuon in tne matter, lne case widely-know- n ' and highly respect Government of the people, by the that he may have enough cold ones to most Before the coming of the spring to be tried will be one of the Camppaign For Constitutional Amendment ed citizens of Garrard county, having will people nnd for the people", he meant a go around. The President-elec- t spawning, such a club should be or- bellsville Home Telephone Co. against We are authorized to announce the Government under the vre'l regulated need quite a few tubers if he keep3 up served as county clerk and been long Now Ou Headquarters Open In Lexganized for the protection of the fish. the Cumberland Co., it being contend identified with everj thing for the bet following candidates for Democratic system established by the constitution his present policies. The sportsmen about town are perfect ed by the Campbellsville people that terment and uolif t of his community. ington And Field Organizer Nominations. of the United States at that time and ly willing to organize but such a move the latter company had objected to d, We never knew a more before any of these new fangled It is said the motive of the modern Christian Engaged. would be uselessunless the cooperation granting them connection with its line, For State Senator. gentleman. While in Danamendments had been heard of. There Paul Revere ride is to arouse the dorcouldbe secured of the farmers who own claiming that it would be unpleasant ville he spent much time with Messrs. are proposed amendments to the mant American woman to a realization CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. A campaign is on to obtain the full the land along.the river. If a club could for two competing companies to conConstitution without number, and also of the importance of the crusade. It W. C. Price, Ed. Hopper and Leslie suffrage Of Boyle County. for w omen in Kentucky. A be organized, counting these farmers nect at the same place and attempt to efforts to undermine and get behind the seems the men who live in the hamlets, McMur'ry talking over their good times bill will be presented in the next legis- among its number, having annual dues use the Cumberland tolls lines jointly. Constitution, and to brush aside the villages and towns between New York in Garrard well, we will not say how The outcome of thij litigatien will b For Representative. many years ago. Danville Messenger. lature authorizing the submission of a which in the aggregate would be suffwhich it contains. and Washington are the ones that constitutional amendment to the peo- icient to secure the services for the watched with considerab'e interest loIn celebrating Lincoln's birthday would be arroused. JOHN M. FARRA. ple at the election of November, 1915. part of the year of an efficient Game cally, as upon the outcome of the deNeed An Opera House. nothing could be more fitting than talks J. R. MOUNT. Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, of Lex- Warden, then and then only could the cision will rest the future welfare of on good government. Children should I If Mr. Edison does complete his inThe production of the "Western ington, is the new president of the fish in our river be protected from the the Hubble Telephone Co., which ia be taught good government, first in the vention to have moving pictures talk Girl" at the opera house recently Kentucky Equal Rights Fcr County Judge. Association. ravages of illicit fishermen. The dues now seeking entrance into Lancaster home, the school and the town, which we are going to take a back seat be- - filled that structure to its utmost ca- - Mr. Urey Estes, formerly with the would be nominal and would work a and other nearby towns, where they CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. will make of him later a good citizen in hind a screen. We claim to be modest! pacity, in fact Mr. Romans was com-an- d University Press of Chicago, has ar- hardship upon no one, and the sum hope and expect to secure, under the JAMES A. BEAZLEY. the state. If children are taught to "silence is golden" in most ot the pelled to turn many away for want of rived to take up the work or organiz- thus realized would be amply sufficient above act, connection with the various obey and order and tie power of pictures we see This demonstrates elf arly the ing the sympathizers with women suf to employ some good man who would other telephone companies already esj room. authority and that authority should be For Sheriff. urgent need of some kind of a play-- frage, and active work over the State perform his duties efficiently, and the tablished and doing business in the I'placed in the hands of such people as In the National Congress a recom- - J house in Lancaster, and it is very much will begin at once. This organization amount of the fines collected, a part of towns, and the wish is being voiced on C. A. ROBINSON we are willing to obey; then truly shall mendation has been made to the com j to be hoped that either Mr. Romans will include men's leagues for suffrage, which he would receive, would work all sides that the Campbellsville people ASHBY ARNOLD. we have a government "of the people mittee on National Banks and Bunking will enlarge his present house, or that as well as women's leagues. Since the the double purpose of helping with may win out in their contention, ami W. L. LAWSON. by the people and for the people". that in future National banks be allow either he or some one else will build a matter is political, and must be de the expenses and deterrming out ma- that the decision may set forever at the W. S. CARRIER. larger house here. A moving picture termined by the legialature and the rauders from arepetitionof ed to loan money on real estate. the offense. rest the question of whether or not show is all right, but it has been clear votera, it is important to organize Poor old Mexico 13 in the throes of the This matter should be taken up and these smaller industries are to K For County Attorney. another uprising and considerable blood The tonsorial artists of Frankfort ly demonstrated that the people desire sympathizers in that sex which has not a club organized without further de- crushed Out by their more pretentious has been shed. The insurgents are have increased the price of a shave to something better occasionally, and we the handicap of disfranchisement. lay. Who will take the initiative? All and wealthier competitors. G. B. SWINEBROAD. being led by a nephew of 15 cents. Frankfort always was noted should have a structure that wouldac-comodat- e Any local league or any individuals that is lacking is a leader, there will GREEN CLAY WALKER. the better class of theatrical wanting Mr. Estes services, or other be no lack of a following. Diaz, he being released by them from for her shaves. The Loose Leaf Warehouse. troupes occasionally. prison where he was under a death help from headquarters, may apply to The proposition to build a loose leaf For Jailer. sentence. The place was assaulted and The "Pinhooker" the address mentioned above. Mr. John K. West 111. tobacco warehouse in Lancaster has by The Ingratitude Of Man. President Madero was compelled to JACK ADAMS. Webster fails to give the above word no means been abandoned. Upon the The Record's good friend Mr. John seek temporary shelter elsewhere, Noted Anniversaries In February. DAVE ROSS. A group of politicians, including ofor a definition therefor, but in the contrary it is being pu3hed with great however Madero, claims to be able to K. West has been seriously ill, being fice holders, ex office holders and would Fifty years af,o the United States parlance of the tobacco market the energy and with good success. Quite a cope with the situation, but it looks stricken on Tuesday with an attack of For Assessor. holders were recently gather- was engaged in a bloody struggle that term is applied to men who buy tobae-c- o tidy sum has already been raised and very much to an outsider as if the an old malady, but we are glad to be ed around a hot stove in one of tin stands as one of the leading events in for the purpose of speculation. In subscriptions are being solicited ovei DAVE C. SANDERS. elder Diaz, the "Iron Man" would be able to state that he is considerably rooms at the court house, discussing the history of our country. This fact the usual application of the word the the country. The assistance of tin E. B. RAY. recalled and would again rule Mexico. better. the topics of the day and incidentally adds a special significance to the anni pinhooker is a man well versed in the farmer and the tobacco grower is earnWith the Balkan situation becoming J. B. COLLIER. the ups and downs of political life, versary of the birth of Abraham Lin tone of the market, a3 well as an es- estly solicited in this matter, Thev W. L. HUFFMAN. Preaching At Baptist Church. more and more complicated every day, when one of a knowing old coin this month. pecially good judge of the quality of will reap the greatest benefit from its and threatening to involve many other Rev. Sam P. Martin of Lebanon Tenn wiseacre who many years ago held an The anniversary of the birth of tobacco, but of late in this county some establishment, not all the benefit it is European powers in tne embrogno, an preached at the Baptist church on Wed- appointive office of no mean pretentions For School SuperintendanL George Washington, the poet Longfel- have been "p nhooking" who either true, but the greatest, because of the uprising in .Niaraugua and the usual nesday night, and the congregation of and one whicn proved very lucrative to low and St Valentine day are three lacked these necessary qualifications, fact that it will provide them a home MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. number of South American uprisings that church have under consideration him was berating the unkind fate other occasions that will also generally or over shot the mark, least ways, a market and obviate the necessity of the in progress, it looks very much as if the calling of Rev. Martin to their pul- which ousted him from his comfortable je observed this month. good many of them have quit, sadder long, tiresome and expensive hauls to For Magistrate. the Biblical prediction of "wars and pit to succeed Bro. Bush who goes to berth One of the number asked the Now how many know that Joel T, but wiser men. neighboring towns, and for this reason rumors of wars" was being fulfilled. District. 1st Columbia. gentleman who was occupying the floor Hart, whom Kentucky and especially The pinhooker in order to make a they should subscribe liberally for the JOHN N. WHITE. who ousted him from the office; with a Clark county delights to honor, was success of his vocation, must by dint stock. The merchants and business The medical press of this country as Mr. E. S. Arnold Seriously 111. WALTON E. MOSS. ready glibness he enumerated the men born four miles east of Winchester, of his superior knowledge of the weed men of the town will of course benefit well as the medical fraternity, are loth SHIPTONH. ESTES. News comes from Danville of the seri- who participated in his downfall, and 'eby. 11th. 1810, which makes it 103 be able to judge at a glance the quality from the establishment of this market to accept as true the statement of Dr. DAVIS SUTTON. ous illness of Mr. E. S. Arnold and his began a severe tirade against them. years ago, while Lincoln was born 104 of a crop and to tell just how much here, and they can be relied upon to do Frederick Franze Friedman of Germany 2nd District After allowing him to finish his scath- years ago. nart, Dy trade, was a that crop will bring on the open mar- their part, in fact they stand ready at that he has discovered a cure for tuber- recovery is exceedingly doubtful. ing denunciation, the same gentleman stone mason and built many substanial ket, and guage his bids accordingly. any time to do even more than their CHARLES C. BECKER. Mr. Arnold is a brother of Mrs. Eliza culosis, and are waiting to be hown. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. Hill and was born and reared in Gar- propounded the question "who put you chimneys in Clark and Bourbon coun Most of these men prefer to buy when part, but it is their desire that the farAll manner of reports are being spread LOGAN ISON. rard county, and is known to a wide into this office which you so reluctantly ties. His first work of art was a bust the commodity is low, but during the mer show his inclination toward the through the medium of the press, one of surrendered"? The speaker was non- of Gen. Cassius M. Clay. He went prevalence of the recent high prices, scheme by rendering financial assistance, which is that an American has returned circle of friends as "Sine" Arnold. plused, he bad never considered that abroad in 1849 studying anatomy and "fools rushed in where angels fear to before they go in too heavily, and for Germany with sufficient of the phase of the question, he scrathed his other art essentials. While abroad he tread", and they gained by experience this reason, and in order to stimulate Sutton-LawsThe recent wise though drastic in- from head and stammered, but failed to give completed busts of Andrew Jackson and what they failed to know by intuition. the town people to hearty cooperation, structions given by Judge Charles A. virus for one patient, which he will ad Mr. Stephen Sutton, eon of Mr. J. B. an intelligent answer to the question. Alexander Campbell and also the Hardin to the grand juries in the vari- minister to his wife who is a sufferer statue Another necessary fact which many of the farmers should come forward and malady. Sutton a well known farmer and stock The ludicrous side of the situation ap of Henry Clay wLich now ous counties of his district are already from the stands in the embryo pinhookers overlooked was subscribe for stock in the proposed Meanwhile the American people are trader, was quietly married to Miss pealed strongly to the crowd assembled Louisville. becoming prolific of results. A report the fact that Uncle Sam requires every enterprise. An investment just at this His masterpiece was the "Woman man or firm who handles tobacco to se- time in stock in a loose leaf tobacco from Harrodsburg tells of the indict- earnestly hoping that Dr. Friedman's Marietta Lawson, daughter of Mr Mose t and they indulged in a hearty laugh at Triumphant" which, after his death cure a license. This license costs you market in Lancaster is a profitable in ment of the jailer and poor house keep alleged discovery may prove a success Lawson last week. Both parties live tne expense of the oIJ gentleman. The above incident serves the pur- was sold to Tiffan v , and later was sold nothing and very little labor save the vestment, and the man who takes stock er, with the recommendation that thev and that the time is not far distant in the Drake Creek section of Garrard be removed from office, the indictment when he will either send or bring it to County and are very pupular. The Rec- pose of showing very plainly the in- by him to The Hart Memorial Associa keeping of a register and making semi may reasonably expect a handsome proof pool room keepers for permitting this country in order that the manv ord and the many friends of this young gratitude of man; a man is once elected tion of Kentucky, this association plac annual reports of what you handle. An fit to accrue from that investment, and to office, and he thinks in nine cases ed it in the rotunda of the Court House application for license may be had by every farmer who is able to do so, and minors to play in their places and the thousands of sufferers from the White couple wish them much happiness. out of ten that he should be allowed to at Lexington where it was destroyed writing to the Collector of Internal fails, is standing in his own fight, not indictment of merchants for selling Plague may benefit by his discovery. Agents Wanted. stay there as long as he chooses; he los- by fire. By many art critics "Woman Revenue at Danville Ky., and your only in allowing a good investment to cigarettes to minors. Judge Hardin's theory of going after Senators and Representatives who Agents wanted to take subscriptions es sight of the fact that the people put Triumphant" was said to be the great- failure to secure license may.involveyou slip by him, but in retarding the prohim there, and resents their privilege est piece of sculpture wrought since in no end of trouble, as well as subject gress of his home county and failing to the lesser evils and thereby obviating have been in conference with President for the Atlanta, Ga.. the greater ones, of removing the en- -- elect Wilson, and who claim to speak Constitution. Valuable premiums for of removing him. His long tenure in Michael Angelochiseled his immortal you to a fine of fifty dollars. It is useless foster the establishment, which would vironments and throwing about the with authority, have imparted to their subscribers," liberal commissions and office divests him of the gratitude Moses. A noted art critic, of London, to take up the idea that one is not nec- be of more benefit to him than to any youth better influences, is indeed a good colleagues the information that he does cash prizes for agents. You can make which he Bhould, and doubtless at one once wrote that it was the finest piece essary for the buying and selling of other class of our citizens. one, and we are glad to see that the not contemplate removing from office money fast in any small town or along time did, feel to the people who elected of work in existance. No wonder Ken- one crop, tor tne government Keeps It is desired to place every dollar poscitizens, the men who compose the until their time expires, republicans, any Rural Route. Some agents make him. and his removal from the office tucky grieved when it was destroyed! close and accurate tab on every grower, sible of this stock in the hands of the juries are inclined to assist him in the except for cause, such as dishooesty a food Hvincr. Othprn moU SIR nn n. which he had held often times not only So while we are feeling proud that! checks up the sales at the warehouses, farmer, thereby creating a county wide carrying out of his theory, and we sin- and like offenses, and that his resolu- 2OTO0a month on the side, soliciting serves to embitter him against those Kentucky gave Abraham Lincoln and if you handle even one crop with interest in the institution, therefore cerely hope that hishome county of tion along that line wilt apply to the subscriptions. Address for particulars: who sought to and did encompass his birth, let us not forget to enroll the out first having observed the formality Mr. Farmer come in and add your name Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. defeat, but against the world in Mercer has set an example that will be Postmaster and Collector of the Port at name of Joel r. Hart in the list of de- of securing a license, you are 'sure to to the list of stockholders without furfollowed in other counties of the dis- - Louisville. The authenticity of this, ther delay. be caught in the toils. puted great. TheCentsu Record trict, where doubtless at least some of report is exceedingly doubtful, as the President-elec- t has thus far been exthe evils exist. If the officers in the various counties ceedingly sparing with suggestions as to who assist at the courts, and the citi- what he would do along other lines, zens of the counties Hill hold up the and it is hardly probable that he would Judge's hands in this most laudable vouchsafe any information in this resdetermination to rid the district of pect. , fl pure-minde- safe-guar- 1 on. - ly ly s:. .tfv . -- A Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. -- THE CENTRA!. RECORD r.r -:. .- Section Na 2 HUXBKR46. : fi- --- rUJtE'BELimtiy, ,l)1U$liitlK!) OEmCK&CfAiD QQOlrGVVERNMENl. -- ' LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Tl Tuesday e, NIT HI Of Lancaster, At The Close of Business 9 RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Bonds securities, etc. Banking-housfurniture and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Saving Banks Due from approved reserve agents Check and other cash items Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, cents Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz Specie.. Legal-tende- February $ 161,693 75 1,319 22 50,000 19,000 7,000 1,955 3 68,816 8 2,230 9 00 00 00 98 85 59 4th LIABILITIES. Total. in 5 $ 1913 41341 Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profiits, less expenses and taxes paid . National Bank Notes Outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 50.000 00 30,000 00 3,272 88 49,400 00 1,910 20 Individual deposits subject to check Reserved for Taxes 191,308 57 1.083.77 5327,388 83 36 00 08 r notes $ 6,417 00 6,435 00 - State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above named bank, do somlemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. C Denny, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th. day of February, 1913. W. O. Rigney, Notary Public. My Commission expires February 12,852 00 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer(5 per cent of circulation) Total 2,500 00 $327,388 83 7th. 1913. Correct Attest: W. M. Elliot, Alex R. Denny, J. E. Stormes, Directors. Examine our statement above to the comptroller of the currency. It will show you that we are doing a clean, strong, active banking business. At this time we desire to thank our friends and patrons who made this good statement possible, for their patronage, and solicit their continuance in the future. If you are not already a customer, we will be pleased to have you become one. Polite, pleasant attention to everybody is our invariable rule. Respectfully, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. No Wedding Bells For Us. Dan Cupid is said to get in his most deadly work this week but we will have to ask him to pass us by as there are no hearts hung on the outside of the Record office door for him to shojt at. True, our three young ladies. Misses Stella and Grace Comely and Miss Mary Reid are just the kind he is looking fox, good looking, bright and energetic, but the Record needs them so badly, if Cupid comes in the door after cne of them he will go out by the window. Surely, Cupid remembers Lenny for he got in his work on him some several years ago and hit him so hard he was led to the hymenial alter, like some of the rest of us, he now stands without hitching, is a thoroughly dom esticated animal, the kind that Cupid never bothers but once. True, Tercy is not married but he is invulnerable, unless hit in the heel, and he steps so lively we think Cupid would be wasting both .time and darts to shoot at him. The City Editor has had such a deep wound another shot would kill him. heart. He need'nt waste any time on HarHe really needs a professional nurje, ry Tomlinson either, because he has no ameteur need apply. We had intended to offer our promis- been mortally wounded, not by darts, ing young devil on Cupids alter as a but sharps and flats. He is too far sacrifice from the Record office, but gone for even Cupid, music being the when he came in with a valentine he only thing that will soothe him. We will ask him to keep out of the had written saying he "had given his hart to Grace" we knew it was all over Graded Schools as Prof. Riley says with us and t'was then we decided to love perms are vrv infectious, hut hang out our card "No Wedding Bells i not at all dangerous, at the tender age For Us" in order that Cupid would he deals with. Prof. Riley doesn't waste no time on us, as there is so know how dangerous it is with Charlie .and Willie. much work for him to do elsewhere. First, we would direct him to the f As for Robt. Walter, Billy Burton, Garrard Bank and Trust Co., there is a Doo Gill, Pool Perkins, Sam Denny, modern man or two in there and they Joe Price, H. Cla; Kauffman and Joswould like to negotiate with him before eph Bros, we have given Cupid advice being shot at. He might stop in at elsewhere, telling him if he wants to Batson's and use another dart or two catch these, he will have to stop traveleffectively. Currey's store holds one ing around on the wing, but get a biin the person of Johnnie almost as in- cycle, motorcycle, Auto or some such vulnerable as Tercy, but he still has a thing. soft place over his heart. Smith the The Time The Place And The Girl. clothing man, is also in this business and if Cupid of(The Records Valentine) fers him any one, she will have to be neat as a pin, pretty as a pink the To the girl that neglected leap year, achme of perfection. We will have to to the young man that neglected the ask Cupid to pass over Hurt & Ander- summer girl, we would say, avail your son, they are too deeply wounded to of this self beautiful valentine month. need further treatment, in fact they i The most beautiful time of courtship is too, are at the stage where they stand the winter time of snows and storms. It without hitching and a lady can drive ! reveals to the enchanted pair a fire light conception of love and domestithem as well as a man, even better. H. T. Logan's has always been a city. It makes the contrast complete sort of matrimonial bereau, where love between them and the cold outside. letters are written and love affairs are fit fills the heart of the women with argued before Judge Tinker Anderson cozy hopes for the future and recon and many a young man has known ciles the wild creature, man, to a nup- Za-note where his next meal was coming from tial bondage that deprives him of through his kindly advice, for he al- many bachelor liberties. The summer ways says to them, "dont do as I did, but girl may have been hard to withstand, as I say." He has started the ball but nevertheless she seemed a sort of rolling in this store several times, but illusion, but this queen woman of the it has stopped before it hit Simon, heart is real. She is irresistable, not however Judge Tinker says he hopes to because she is beautiful or brilliant, get him off this Spring, that he has or- but because seems to belong, not to dered some flowers for Easter, which the cold world outside, but to him. is always a hopeful sign. And the maid who had no more heart We hardly know how to advise Cupid than a driad during the summer flirtaabout going into Davidson and Doty's tion is no longer a vacation ballad, but or into the Citizens Bank, Alex and a woman enchanting and sweet to him Joe seem to be in about the same fix through love. as the firm of Hurt & Anderson, though j No wonder there are so manv wedhe had better talk with Judge Ander- - dings during the winter season they I before passing them by. are the orthodox confessions of spring We advise him to open Billy Ball's courtships and summer betehothals, that door very gently and give Charlie could no longer resist the fireside the same treatment he gave Billy, charm. that is, slip up on him unaware, shoot I him down and then put in one more Willie's Valentine, dart for good count. He will have to have special arrows made for H. B. "Th teecher sez, I've got a hart, Northcott. as all of them hereto-for- e But teecher's off her base have failed to penetrate at all, or else Once on a time I had a hart,. broken off before they reached his But now its owned by Grace". The Modem Man's Valentine. Here's Good Picking For Cupid. Green Clay Walker says the fact that he is not married is no fault of his and that he wonld like very much to have a wife, as she would be quite a help to him in conducting his campaign. Valentines Day. Let other songsters sing of girls with lips like rubies rare; Let others prate of golden curls and damsel wondesous fair; Let others make themselves all hoarse as thev of beauty sing; I fail to see where such a course will bring in anything. I do not drearn'of laughingeyes the kind described in books; I do not care to waste my time on any "girlie's looks Man needs more money her below, for pecks of it I pine, . Now, wont some damsel with the dough, be my Valentine? A Hint To Saint Valentine. Dear old saint our fathers worshiped, Whom we disregard of late. You forget that times are changing, Bows and arrows out of date. You are out of date, Dan Cupid, Traveling around on the wing, Why not get yourself a bicycle, Motorcycle, or some such thing? Why not get a touring car, or Auto-bus- ? With these later day improvements, You could make just twice the fuss. Is it that our hearts are smaller. That he misses oft his fling? No, in these days of fast traveling, He has to catch us "on the.wing". Run-a-bout The celebration of Valentines Day on the 14th day of February originated with the Romans and is intended to be in commemoration of the feast of St. Valentine, who was a "patron.saint of the ancient Romans. The custom as anciently observed by the Romans consisted in sending pictorial missives which were termed "valentines". There has however been considerable deterioration from the pretty original custom, and in modern times the day is observed, especially by the young, in the sending of caricatures and comic pictures intended to portray the recipient in 8. very unpleasant light, and in many cases the unfair advantage is taken to convey to some person your opinion of them by a means which very much resembles that most despicable of all persons, the anonymous letter writ er. The custom as' originally observed, and which is indulged in to some extent as yet, is a very pretty one; the senders chose beautiful cards containing appropriate verses of poetry in tended to gladden the heart of some loved friend, but we are very sorry to say that the sending of the comic and more objectionable clas3 of valentines very much predominates. The latter custom is very much indulged in by children, who do not stop to think, or else are not cognizant of the gravity of the act they are performing, but their elders we are sorry to say, are some what given to expressing their opinions of other people by means of the comic valentine. Before we do this let us stop to think that perhaps the recipient may be grieved by its receipt, that we are doing them an injustice, and that we ourselves would not care to receive such a missive, and refrain from ruthlessly and unnecessarily injuring their feelings. There are any number of pretty card valentines to be obtained for the same price; substitute one of the latter for the nonsesical comic which you had intended sending. You would not stoop to the underhand method of sending an anonymous letter to inform someone of their shortcomings, a romic valentine is just about the equivalent of an anonymous letter therefore do not send it. News-papadvertising backed up by meritorious goods and prompt service Saint Valentine was overly generous will pay any firm, if you dont believe it "From The Fullness Of The Heart The with the home of H. C. Bailey. He try it. left two bouncing boys there that have Month Speaketh". Horse advertisements are starting. been named William and James. We The Record is read by all the buyers and can not help but feel that a mistake in this section of the State Doo Gill's first effort at Valentine was made and that one was intended stockmen and you will help yourself and help us writing. for elsewhere, but as long as the moth- by giving us an advertisement. The girl for me must have false hair. er, who was Miss Mary Moss, is so And freckles on her face. Women these days have their hands pleased and the proud father is just I do not want a "baby stare"- "tickled to death" with getting in so full, she must not only keep her house, Of beauty not a trace. much 'steady help', we will not be so her husband and her cook but she must unkind as to tell Saint Valentine the keep her temper and her youth as there I want a girl that's awful fat mistake his delivery boy, the Stork, are no more old ladies, and she is just As homely as can be. as resourceful in the last accomplismade. If she's as ugly as a bat. hment as she is in the first named. Then she might love only me. The Valentine written below by H. Conceited Man. Most every day brings us a letter Clay Kauffman shows a deeper insight with a "long green" in it to pay for a (HE) into love affairs than does D. Gill's, it years visit with the folks who congrealso shows literary skill and that he is Dan Cupid went to shoot one day,-H- e gate weekly in the pages of our paper. equipped with large knowledge and the flushed three hearts npon the way. We hope sometime, in the near future, type of mind to write a valentine with One was so hard, his arrow broke to start a "Wandering Boy" column a true lovers art He shows himself to giving an account of all our former At every stroke; be both a student and follower of One was so soft, no barbs so bold citizens. Burns. Could in it hold; In the language of Brer Rabbit; wa And one was fair, and sweet and sound dont care if you build stairways in our Like A Red Red Rose. He quickly brought it to the ground. alleys, Brer Councilman, we dont care Now, tell me truly, maiden mine. My love is like a red, red rose, if our horse did eat his head off, we Which heart was thine. dont care if you dont empty our garThat's newly sprung in June; My Valentine? bage cans, or clean our streets, fling us My love is like the melody in debt if you want to. but please, just That's sweetly played in tune. Deceitful Maid. please. Brer Councilman, dont let noAs fair thou art, my bonnie lasi. (She) body climb our water tower. So deep in love am I, Conceited man! None of the three And still will love thee, my dear, We have tried to be patient and bear You tell of was the heart in me,-Th- e Till all the seas gang dry. up under the awful suspense the Gov soft, the hard, nor yet the sound. ernor has placed upon us, but we are Till all the seas gang dry, my dear, You boast you brought to ground. And rocks melt by the sun; beginning to display evidence of a At other hearts yet And I will love thee still, dear physical breakdown, insomnia, nerv(Did you forget) While the sands of life shall run. ousness, are upon us. Can nothing be You leveled your artillery; done to make him say whether or not Now fare thee weel, my only love, And shot and shot again, he will run the race set before him, Now fare thee weel a while, And ever shot in vain.- and thus save our life. And I will come again, my love, You missed them clear, you see Tho, it were ten thousand mils. We now know that it was a sham Of these was mine I Your true lover is never bothered for battle going on in Winchester, between My gallant fine, a rhyme. But not at all my Valentine, j The Democrat and The Sun. Col. Per- rv, knowing that the Noble peace prize Billy Burton in writing his Valentin (Married March 14 1913) was puzzled for a moment about a of $40,000. bad not been awarded, because nobody had done anything notable woid to rhyme with nightingale, but Farmers Can Yoa Reaesber? to promote peace, got 'up Jthis revoluhe got out of it thus; My love is a chrysanthemum A better time to make money in tion and now has $40,000. on his inside And I am like the nightingale. producing hogs than now? The price pocket just for telling these two newsI Bing her verses all the night, remains firm around 7J to 8c. during papers to kiss and make up. Unmindful of the biting gale. the season of the heavy runs at the On the fourteenth of February comes We are by the boys in town, just as packing centers. Corn can be bought the day sacred to St. Valentine with we are by the candidates, we will show locally at 50c. All other feeds have a his hearts and darts and merry little no partiality and will print their poems tendency downward, while looK as cupids always trying to fit arrows into as well as their wants and wishes, thou eh they will go higher. There is a bows and shooting at any one he may shortage in hogs especially good choose. from time to time. We were so crowd- great ed for space, this issue we bad to omit brood sows. J.'iO. Duncan will sell This Saint is no regarder of person beautiful stanzas by T. K. Watson, fifty head of select Duroc brood sows as you will see by reading this paper, February 27, 1913. At he just shoots right and left and every also some "real heart throbs" by Mess- in Lebanon,-Ky.- rs Harry Anderson, Frazfer Hurt, Joe public auction, look up his announce- shooting was an accidental one, "didn't Walker, Harry Thomlinson and Louis ment in this issue and arrange to know the gun was loaded", so forgive; him. 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JHr5s-if- J J 0w f J liril IALip 1 wTt MX 1j 'will yon, tJnete I askea tne urue Doy, crossing the piano stool. "No, Indeed; go ahead," consented his uncle, fumbling somewhat nervously with his hat "You see, auntie," the emissary explained, "Uncle Dan wns awful blue because his little girl went with another fellow. It made him cross and cranky, but I persuaded him to send her a valentine and tell her he was sorry he fussed with her. I wanted him to sendher a heart like be helped me make for Cynthia," be continued, untying the card that fastened the box, "but Uncle Dan said that might bego- ir too &r."" "what did Uncle Dan mean by go ing too far?" inquired Miss Marvin half I XDUcnierousiy, dui nitung ner pretty face In the little fellow's fluffy hair. ""guess he meant be loved her, but was afraid to tell her." speculated Dan junior. "You have It right youngster," Uncle Dan laughed nervously. "If I loved a little girl I'd tell her right out and I'd kiss her, too," declared the emissary positively. "Uncle Dan says he's never kissed his little girl. Don't you think he ought?" "Ob, the lovely flowers!" cried MIbs fclarvln rapturously as she glanced at the card pinned to the bouquet Then ahe bid a very rosy face back of the fragrant bunch as she held It as a screen between her and the larger caller. "Do you like them, auntie?" asked Dan Junior, putting his arms about the pretty neck. "Violets and lilies of the valley are my favorites," she answered, resting a burning cheek against his hair. "That's what Uncle Dan said about his little girl when we picked the flowers. Auntie Edna, I wish you were Uncle Dan's little girl: then you could be ay really, truly auntie. Why. how red your face Is!" "You're a very, very foolish little boy," she said, putting one finger half playfully over his red lips. "Well. I do wish it" he insisted, pulling the finger away and holding It In his chubby hand. "I wonder who Uncle Dan's little girl is?" he mused, turning the card pinned to the bouquet so he could read the name. "Miss Edna Marvin, with sincere regards," he read. Then he looked very long at his Uncle Dan and back again Into the lovely jMfm your Talentoe, nanr j wMw BsW A.M. BOURNE ' ?''. ttlilV 1 MsaaaaaWTC aaHHHA Aft BBJBA 1 .MBA bBBJ bbB m af sB eaSBaW BBk BJtBK Auctioneer. Good Service. CEy SBmltllJ dme& A. Lchjjertoiri) SsfSeSzsO&Kats J A Poem For Copyright, 1B1S, Prices 354-- ki'lu. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary Office St Valentine's Day Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- m Lancaster, by American Press Association. - -- - Kentucky SING of the parrot of Mary Ann Brown, Which bird has achieved more than local renown Because of the sentence suggestive it squalled At every friend or acquaintance who called, The same being taught by the coy Mary Ann COME! Come and COME! Who So Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. For reasons we'd better not too closely scan. But spiteful ones said in the quest of a man. Maids, matrons and swains by Poll's statement were harrit "You'd better get married." HENRY DUNCAN Office Hours Office 4 ovn -- a.m tori. 1 p.m. to ttormes" lrujj u B. F. Phone 65. It may be the lady who, I must relate, Was born at a distant and uncertain date, With numerous summers and winters behind her, Concluded that suitors might need a reminder. At least, so it worked in a specified case, Which story a subsequent spasm must grace, This one being now near the jumping off place. DENTIST Waltkh. lafe t."i VlA, V lS E- - k. ? l :i Still Polly, mid squawkings nerve racking and varied. Cried, "Better get married." Bill Jones was a man with a void in his life. Who'd already buried one overworked wife And, needing some one to look after his brood, Was in a receptive and Barkis-lik- e mood. Bill hadn't admitted this point.' be it said. But brain cells that lurked in the back of his head Were ripe for suggestions that altarward led. Such hints as that parrot bird's formula carried. Of Glasses Fitted. Smlsfactlon .iiarm-.- W. Morrow, Gr.ulii.tif Optiet i Oakdale Herd Of f ' Registered Curocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for bale. HBSkBemC v,S2W JPBBBBk 4 rBBBBt-B- t J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster. Ky ( CUPID'S SPECIAL AGENT A . Story For St. Valentine's Day. with the IT tine's day,which makes theJoyous brightness Feb- By ADDISON HOWARD GIBSON. Copyright, ISIS, by American Press Association. was the morning of St Valen- printer rains and sunshine had coaxed the flowers In the Avery garden Into early bloom. Dan Avery noted this as be sat smoking In the open alcove and gazed moodily at the great purple violets and the shy Illy of the valley In the ample beds of bis brother's beautiful flower garden. He remembered Wtterly they were the favorites of the girl with whom he had quarreled after the ball at Mrs. Holden's reception. "Uncle Dan, don't you know something about hearts?" Dan Avery turned and looked into the troubled face of his small nephew and namesake. "Hearts!" he repeated, with a bitter smile. "What do you want to know about hearts, old man?" Dan junior, about six years old, brushed coaxlugly against big Dan's lei as he displayed a pair of scissors In one hand and a large three cornered piece of pink paper in the other. "I'm trying to cut out a heart," he explained, pushing the paper toward bis uncle. "It's Valentine's day, and I want to make a heart for Cynthia and take it over to her house." "Why don't you buy one for her Instead of haggling one out of paper!" asked his uncle. "Cynthia likes things her friends make for her best," informed Dan Junior. "That's why I'm making this valentine for her. Yesterday I was very angry with Cynthia, and I didn't mean to send her a valentine. But I'm not cross at her today, and I want to fix op a heart with some pictures I've got and take It over to her bouse." "Cynthia?" mused the young man. "Is she Miss Marvin's little niece?" A Large Hearted Valentine. "Yes, Cynthia's parents are dead, and o'er she Uves with her grandma and her TVTY heart Is brimmingyou with love. "- - And It auntie our auntie," Dan Junior ex- It's no small Is sent to you from me. gift that receive. plained. For my heart's large, as you can see. "Our auntie?"' quoted Uncle Dan, with a peculiar light in his brown eyes. "Does Miss Marvin object to your calling her auntie?" "No; she likes me, Cynthia's auntie uBBBBBJkj(c'iBBB floes. She says so." ' "Does she? I wish she'd like me," sighed the young man bitterly. "Maybe she would if you'd ask her. But big fellows like you don't need aunties," he opposed. "Don't we? Whnt do we need, then, old man?" pinching the cheek of Dan Junior. "You need to get an auntie for me, ww not an auntie for you," laughed Dan l "- - t r t Junior, resting his elbows on Uncle Dan's knees and watching the reshaping of the paper heart "Will you help me, Dan Junior?" though my heart is "Sure thing. 111 help you. I'll ask But, still Is growing. Tes.mighty big. It that's Cynthia's auntie," said the little fel- Because It swells and swells and true. swells "Maybe she" low seriously. Each moment that I think of you. A a realized dream of delight. The ruary days in southern Callfor-sl- a "What made you fall out with Cynthia?" asked Uncle Dan. carefully trimming the heart in his hand. "Oh, she let Clyde sit by her in Sunday school last Sunday. Then she let him walk home with her and carry her red parasol. Clyde's that boy with curls. I don't like to see a boy wear curls, do you, Uncle Dan? It makes 'em look too glrly." "Right you are, Dan Junior," laughed his uncle. "It made me very angry to have Cynthia get so thick with Clyde, but I'm over it today, and I'm going to make up." "And this paper heart is to be a peace offering," observed Unale Dan as, having finished, he watched Dan Junior inspect his work critically. Then he printed very carefully round the edge: "I love you. Be my valentine. Let's be friends again." "I'd like to be friends with some one again," remarked Uncle Dan as his hopeful namesake laboriously finished the printing. "Did some little girl forget you same as Cynthia did me?" persisted the Interrogator. Uncle Dan nodded his head gloomily. Dan Junior drew nearer in sympathy. "Has she soft yellow hair like Cynthia's?" he inquired. "Yes," answered his uncle "Is she bootlful as Cynthia V "More beautiful, old man." "Does she divide her candy kisses with you?" "No." "Cynthia always does!" he announced, with an air of triumph. "Does she kiss you when you make up?" "She won't let me kiss her," confessed Uncle Dan. "Don't she love you. Uncle Dan?" "I wish I knew, kiddo." "Then why don't you send her a valentine and find out?" "Thank you just the same, old man, but I don't believe I'll venture that far," returned Uncle Dan. "My little girl loves flowers. What do you think of flowers for a valentine?" Dan Junior regarded the pink paper heart In his hand very lovingly; then he looked from the nlcove Into the gar den where the bright February sunshine was opening many a bud on plant and vine. , "I see." said Uncle Dan. "Personally you prefer the heart But if you'll help me we'll gather some violets and lilies of the valley In the garden. I'd rather send those." When a large bunch of flowers had been gathered and neatly arranged with sprays of asparagus fern Daa Junior observed: "Don't you think she'll be sorry she made you cross and cranky when she sees that bouquet?" "I hope to goodness she will," uld Uncle Dan. "I'm sure she'll love yon now If the likes flowers." "I hope you're right prophet," laugh-eUncle Dan, bugging his nephew gleefully. "Will you take them to her yourself when I take the heart to Cynthia?" "I had thought of sending you with my valentine," hesitated Uncle Dan. "You're my special agent today." "What's a special agent. Uncle Dan?" "A fellow who undertakes a very important mission or duty for another," smiled his uncle. "Well," laughed Dan Junior, "I'm a special agent for Valentine's day. But you've got to go with me. Yes, sir," pulling at Uncle Dan's coat "Come on. Does your little girl live near Cynthia?" "That's a secret," whispered Uncle Dan mysteriously. "You shall learn presently." Uncle Dan turned up the street with him and walked directly to Cynthia' d W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, Office Phone G. "Better get married." KY. 220. Residence Phone When Fate has two cases as ripe as were these He makes the connections and turns on the keys. Fate had in this instance a helper, the same Being Mary Ann Brown, who, to help on the game, Sent Polly to Bill on St. Valentine's day. Bill, Marching around for the right thing to say, Cried "Polly want a cracker?" the usual way. This thrnst conversational Poll deftly parried By "Better get married." H. J. PATRICK. AH Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Office Hours Paint Lick, Phona 229. Kentucky m. ' S to 12 a. p. in ltc-1--7 tc-- M. E. DeiiBy and ff. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Ca natU. WERE UNCXX DAN'S LITTLE alUL." flushed face behind its screen of ferns "I WI8H and violets. "Why," he cried joyously, "yon are Uncle Dan's little girl, and he never told me!" Then be pulled his uncle over to Miss Marvin's side and put their hands together. "Now you can kiss and make up. Just like Cynthia and I will." he advised. "That's what we have Valentine's day for," he added wisely. 'Oh. there's Cynthia now! I hear her in the yard. I must run and surprise her. She didn't expect I'd bring her a valentine. You don't need me for your door. special agent any more, do you. Uncle "Are you going to wait for me?" Dan?" asked Dan junior. "No, I don't need you any longer, old "Certainly. I can't go without my man. Bun away and find Cynthia," agent can I?" appealed ttacle Dan. he directed as one arm stole unresist-antl- y Dan junior smiled at tms display of about the slender figure of Edna good comradeship on the part of his Marvin. young uncle. Then he pressed the electric button on the door, peering BAY LEAVES AID CUPID. anxiously through the glass. Presently the door was opened by a beautiful How On May Learn Identity of Fuyoung woman, with eyes Just the color ture Life Partner. of the violets in the box in Uncle Do you want to know who will be Dan's hand. your future husband or wife? Here la Miss Edna Marvin's cheeks flushed softly when she met the eyes of the one method of drawing aside the veil of the future. The night before St larger caller. Valentine's day pin a bay leaf to each "I've brought this to Cynthia," Dan Junior, holding up the corner of your pillow and another to envelope. "Uncle Dan came along, the center. Nnme each leaf for a per-ao-u of the opposite sex In whom you because It's Valentine's day, and I'm are iuterested. Then go to sleep, and his special agent" "Oh, I see!" laughed Miss Marvin, if you dream of either of the five that recovering from her surprise. "Come person Is to be your valentine for life. Another more heroic method has been In," she invited them. you," said Uncle Dan In-- a In vogue for hundreds of years. "Thank the yolk of a hard boiled egg and strange voice, that made Dan junior stare at him as Miss Marvin ushered fill the hollow with salt Eat the egg. shell, salt and all. after going to bed. them into the sunny parlor. "Have seats," said Cynthia's auntie. Then go to sleep If you can without "Mamma and Cynthia have gone over speaking or drinking. You wll! dream to the postoffice, but they will be back that some person brings you a drink, which you will surely want, and that In a few minutes." Dan junior looked disappointed; but, person is to be the sharer of your fuseeing Uncle Dan place the box of ture Joys and sorrows. Another method in vogue at Valenflowers on the piano stool, he said: "You ought to see the valentine that tine parties Is for u'nian to write the Uncle Dan has in that box for his lit- names of several girls on slips of paper, roll the slips into pellets of clay tle girl." and drop them into the water. The "Indeed! I should like to see girl named on the slip that first comes Imlled Miss Marvin. "You won't care if I show Auntie to the surface Is his valentine. He-mo- That word had the touch psychological Bill Office: StormesBulldinxovei Hart & Anderson's Furniture Store. Scratched ids chin as he murmured, "By gravy. I wfllf" LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. He posted that night to see Mary Ann Brown, And now the report has spread all over town John White & Co .9Vo3wfel LOUISVILLE. KY. She soon will be Mary Ann Jones. Learn by this, Established 1837 Hlghestsavtetprlcs paid of all ages whose hearts pant for bliss, 0 maids S.FURS A parrot well trained might not come in amiss nd HIDES. WOOL m9P & ITT T suggest, amid squawkings ear splitting and varied, s Camillas W. WD "You'd better get married." esamzm lfe' M-- I! ! A MODEL VALENTINE. jj THE BEAM OF TOMMY. I M-H- - Th' teecher sezl've got a hart, But teecher's off her trolley. I afliii'&xSjaLaS) JIJIipliytBBBj TrTwSr.iiili- - BisPv3BwS'R wfcjMBBBJJ-aFawswfaJ? It Can Be Read Crosswise, Up and Down or Backward. Here Is a model valentine said to I Buy a Farm, have been written by a young English IF YOU WANT TO- - Sella Farm, ( Sell at Auction man to his sweetheart. The curious prices on feature of this valentine Is that it may I will give you be read from left to right, from above 50 Choice Farms. down and In several other directions, crosswise and back, making fair sense See He or Touch the Live Wire. almost any way a person chooses to W. T. KING, read It It is as follows: your tongue, your wit. Tour face, Phone 339K. ' So fair, so sweet. so sharp. KENTUCKY LANCASTER, then hit. First bent, then drew, my heart. mine ear, Mine eye, mine heart. Mine eye, mine ear, MET IX TUMIS. aYrtZi sCrAsst To like, to love. to learn. , "Wt tU yoa bow .el your wit. your tong-ueTour face. pkjbatprf. Writ. for wk1y prico UH Both lend, doth teach, doth move. W4 r.I.reac. M.SABEL&SONS your tongue, your wit. Tour face. With beams, with sound, with art. Dealers Fin. rock-botto- Real Estate and Auctioneer. Doth blind, Mine eye, doth charm, mine ear, doth rule. my heart. li FURS BHHBfi ii&is&lal I Jm BbW j VBfflKl9H& AVBBKjBBpnBBBX'ivSVBBKr my wan. mine ear, with akllL with hope, your tongue, your wit. doth nil, doth feast. Doth deed. O wit. O tongue. O face. With frowns, with check. with smart, wound not, Wrong not, vex not. mine heart. mine ear. Mine eye, With life. Tour face. Mine eye, 9 jrrrrTir Jmm?? Once on a time I had a hart, But now it's owned by Mol- This eye. BhaU joy. Tour face. To serve. this ear, shall bend. your tongue, to trust. this heart, shall swear, your wit, to fear. ly! If A Valentine Kiss. "X kiss upon this valentine I press," ha wrote to her. "I've placed it underneath this line. I hope you iron't demur." "I do not want the kiss you sent," She answered: "not at alii But just because It was weU meant I'll keep it till you calL" - St. Valentine and Cuptd. The real St. Valentine flourished bout 1,700 years ago. Cupid, who Is really more important in celebrating St Valentine's day. is several hundred years older. Yet Cupid is always picValentine Office Phone 3. tured as a youth, while St Residence Phone 27 is depicted with the aignuy oi u ra LANCASTER. K . beard. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalme- Doctors Use This for Eczema Dr. Evans, of Health, ays: "There Is almost no relation between skin diseases and the blood." The akin must be cured through the skin. The germs must be washed out and so salves have long ago been found worthless. The most advanced physicians of this country are now agreed on this, and are prescribing a wash of wintergreen, thymol and other ingredients for eczema and all other skin diseases. This compound is known as D.D.D. Prescription Dr. Holmes, the well known skin specialist writes: "I am convinced that the D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific for eczema as quinine for malaria. I have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy for years." It will take away the Itch the Instant you apply In fact we are so sure of what D.D.D. will do for you that we will be glad to let you have a U bottle on our guarantee that it will cost you nothing unless you find that It does the work. McRoberts & Son. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Hlled Promptly. Give as a Trial. Ta!i M. SABEL 1 MONEYfen- - it tor Eczema. L. N. and Willie MUler. 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Mr. Ebb Bentley and son, PettU3 Miss Gertrude Adams is having visited Mr. Ebb Whited of Copper trouble with her eye. Sunday. Master Harvey Anderson still Creek continues critically ill of pneumonia Seems that hogs are very scarce in this Grimes and Gill sold their crop of community as there are buyers around about 8,000 pounds of tobacco at Den- - every day or so. ... OINLy $3.QO A YEAR. Let us send in your subscription. at lZjc DI EC O T. J. Smith. J. M. Haden. Our new hteel 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 cf damage. Financial responsibily Guarantee Sales Every Day. Bes; extt ri n 1 1 lut. ee n r o aluise nu abow tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade dO'JSS. OEEN 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 Fler.trio prizing power. and orice Ve 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 EVERYte iie ritiviMgpu f .1m pkdbs heirn-e- i BODY. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. J Annie Dema, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress, who has been so ill of pneumonia, is convalescent. Mr. William Barnes, of Gilberts Creek, conducted religious services Sat urday night at Mr. John Richardson's. Miss Lizzie Pet'tus was elected president of the Home Department in our Baptist Sunday school a good selection. Rev. E. B. English, of Hartford Kv., will preach at the Baptist church Saturday morning and Sunday night. Sunday school at 9:30. B. Y. P. U. at 5:30. Sunday P. M. One of our correspondents says a thief broke in and "stole two belles and a water cooler' '. We think the miscreant must have been a very classy specimen of the light fingered gentry. It is a bunang question why he "swiped" a water cooler .in dead of winter yet stranger still how he could tsucceed in stealing two belles, when some of our bachelor friends in this locality could never be so successful as to steal one, Mrs. Vilee Lear has returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs. Tom Rigbsy of Rockcastle. R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Kentucky $100 REWARD Quick-Reli- Will be paid to any person havine any kind of pain or ache, if Shlpp'i ef Liniment fails to give Instant relief and the purchase price Is not refunded. Try it and see. iil'ih,1!! the. "l0 r THE NATIONAL BANK M .. OF LANCASTER. Capital '$50,000. . wonderful remedy for have ever used." Cant. Berry. Lexington, Ky. and .o,Lse1llls 1Inlnent and the erf?ndlsappe,are? llie magic?WaUer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Kyf -- j "it 19 thA Anlv .viMfcwj ik. 1iias given, me r'-'- J luai SIX"el,sl5ceIW?2 paralyzed four years Susan Welborn, Newburg. Ind- mKff?es and P311" tn,s ,ln. menf it.,. "",J """" Letton, Lexington, Ky. ever saw.- j. ,,?i?.?llMft B?Te almostm Instant relief tism.'""oc?.mEIeteJcuYed Ky. of rheumaiiwalt, Paris, Surplus $30,00qpf - k ni... A. R. DENNtf,. President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. ' . " ,.1 ..I,.,, S. C. DENNY, Casbfer- R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Bookkeeper. 9 a . Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in Any Part of The Bodyjn Fifteen Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back;. 50c At All Druggists or JUwboa Rerny Co, Lyxbigtes, Ky. WE SOLICIT TOUR BUSINESS. Samual DJ Cochran;- - Alex R, Denny, J. H. Posey, J. EL Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W.' M. Elliott, Directors. Ar;. tf.e " - - V. 4 HfciiH ill III i IllUdiaifMUUl tiiilnm HHiim iniiinm 1 1 n .i , .. tMMMAMi ''"-- " iiiiiminimiiimniiiinitiii nun BRASS SEEDS AND COAL Have just received a nice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED-Exp- ort brand. Call and see them before buying. Goods and prices that will please you. Try a load of CLOVER FORK, Strictly High Grade block COAL and yonr cook will be pleased at 14c. Second grade COAL at 13c. All COAL loaded on your wagon. Phone 152. frHsm3-ssKmSKfr3- gw6owCTaaaK8aaaac8xe wMwawwawtw The Business Manager of The Record Notice. is developing into somewhat of a poet Will the parents please see that the as our readers have doubtless noticed. As it is to late to euloegize the "Beau- following books are returned to the tiful Snow," we are expecting shortly library at once, Little Plays for Little People, Flamigo Feather, Holly and an effusion on "Spring." Miseltoe, Rhymes and Songs. "Aunt" Frankie. Mrs. Emma Kauffman, Librarian. "Aunt" Frankie McDonald an aged Buys Fine Fowls. and respected colored woman well known and liked by all, died Thursday Lewis Tinder purchased at a fancy and was buritd Friday afternoon. She price two prize winning BarredPlymouth was faithful and loyal to her friends, Rock fowls at the Richmond Poultry and set a most worthy example to the Show and will add them to his already people of h'er race by her character. extensive pens. The birds he secured won first and second prize respectively. Lancaster Too. The advocates of the temperance cause in Lancaster were not idle in the closing days just preceding the vote on the liquor bills pending in Congress. A Union service was held at the Christian church on last Sunday night, in which all the ministers of the city participated and a telegram was sent to Senators Bradley and Paynter urging them to give their support to the measure which so vitally interests the good people of the Commonwealth. On Monday afternoon the good women of the town, irrespective of denomination, gathered at the Christian church and held a prayer service for the success of the measure, and even while the Solons at Washington were earnestly debating the proposed measures, the prayers of the good women of Kentucky were being offered to Almighty God, that he might guide and direct the law makers and show them that it was to the best interests of those who were most vitally effected to vote for the passage of the measure. Greatest Victory Ever Achieved hibition Advocates Won CoBgress On In By Pro- i o&$ry$a$-&si'r&ia$0(y$o$o- - Doctors Use This for Eczema Dr. Holmes, the well known skin speof Health, ays: 'There Is almost no relation be- cialist writes: "I am convinced that the tween skin diseases and the blood." The D.D.D. Prescription Is as much a specific kin must be cured through the ekin. for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1 The cerms must be washed out, and so have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy salves have lonff aco been found worth- for years." It will take away the Itch less. The most advanced physicians of the Instant you apply it. this country are now agreed on this, and In fact, we are so 6ure of what D.D.D. re prescribing a wash of wintergreen. glad thymol and other Ingredients for eczema will do for you that we will bo guarto let you have a Jl bottle on our comand all other skin diseases. This s pound Is knoTD as D.D.D. Prescription antee that It will cost you nothing you find that it does the work. for Eciema. R. E. McRoberts & Son. T)r. Evans. rn-les- The Womans Club L ensiQiiooioiiiitoi Tlooooocoaitt (Edited By The Womans Club) ii p mm 7 4 Pursley's Composed of Roots, Herbs, The domestic sense that women have, is no longer confined to her own housekeeping, but is shown to be necessary to Town, State and National housekeeping. Progressive men are learning that women have good judgment in many lines of municipal reform. Suffrage carried in Washington largely because of the pure food campaigns waged by women. Public sentiment created by a pure food campaign reaches persons in every walk of children, the indifferent citizen, in fact every bodyjwants to eat cleai food, the Yea know ui. You know we would aot that we could not whole community could come together afford to fo fcacltoB our word, Nor ca you afford to Ignore offer on this splendid laxative. on the platform of clean food because this nobody wants to eat dirt. People with Jjit bum 4iprl!t4 rtwsia riouM Wa tssestty MliTS s lTt 1st 10 poison th lyitcm. no other idea of that which is ranked astft tat htit bewt rtmtoy-tve- t most p!citint-te-ti- i, toon servous-fJltn'cht, biliouitess, asd asri t next to godliness want clean food, but bea:cUI Iszatir for relit! and other tonsentiaf theymust be educated up to know what from the mltarit and dangers anasg crtjs ilia ar common when tha bowtU froa constipation. fail to act daily aa naturs intended. is clean food. Very few stop to think All thia may b. avoided, if you will Wa wouldn't aay Uua if wa didn't that the flies thev see swarming over accept onr advict. txdi.Tt it to bs trua. Wa wouldn't meats and vegetables, may be flies that Baking sacs. risk our reputation by are carrying the deadly germs of tyataUBtoU did wa not foal tura you would find thm trot. phoid fever and other deseases too numUsU juit like candy. They art erous to mention. We should say we Our faith U built both on ths soothing and aaiy is actios. Thty kaowitdgs of what Bssall Ordtrlita will not buy food that is left on the da not cauM griping.- nausea, purgof aad ea obaarvatiaa of art nada Thty ing or iccaaiva looseness. street to become contaminated by dust at vWk th ts&d to too and strengthen intestinal Burrs proven their Btrlt. and flies, that we will not buy food that SET? is not protected in the stores, that we Our Risk Baaantly dtercpt it. will not buy food, that is not sold under IUiall Orderlies promoU bttUi 1 thty do not abundantly prova the pure food law. spirits aa4 bsttsr health. In all of tkeir merit with you alto if yon that things thty are vaatly tuperiot To make such laws and enforce them, art not entirely satisfied with thamwo harth taltt and to wa will refund your money and a universal public sentiment must be thtr purgatlTsa, which an not only will do that on your mart say-sunpleasant to Ukt but which usually aroused, and the power to arouse it W. don't ask you to risk a pansy. leave ths bowela in won condition Isn't that fairf lies in woman's hands. The subject of than befora. We particularly recom-nefRtxall Orderlies for chQdrea, clean food may be a homely one, but it Juat Its .lb bowtla fail in pionarly tad and dalicatt person!. ioiag thair. work Just 1st thtb g ia a dominant one in the tt Razall Orderiiaa comt la aetioa ba dtlayad aad tstcampltta harmony of the home life. tin boxss. 13 tablsts, lOei and tfea aatira trttam aad avary M tebUU, 23cj 80. UbUU, 60a. ultra, rraaut Bill Nye has said, "it is theheighthof CAUTION: PUass bsar la mlad tksi Raxafl Oretrtlaa an sot acid by all draft a fly'i ambition to be mistook for a jjsta. You can buy Raxall Ordtdlss only at Ths Raxall Stores. raisin", if that is true many have Yen eta buy Bcxall OritrUss la tab eoauauaity ear at oat torsi reached the heighth of their earthly ambition In Lancaster. R. E. McROBERTS & SON Recently, in cooperation with the State Pure Food Department and the KENTUCKY LANCASTER Store The State Board of Health, the Federated Woman's Club's, have undertaken a nearly tvery town aad city la tht United Ststts. Canada pad Tbtn Is a SexaB Store la campaign for better protection of bakQre Briula." There is . dlSwcat Rexall tUmady lor nearly .very ordinary bumaa ill dMignad for th putioulsr 31 for which it is ncommended. taoa ttpecudly ers bread. The Roxall Storea are Amerlca'a Oreateat Drug; Storea They are sending out a sheet that was written by one of the leading practical housekeepers of Kentucky and what she says should come to the attention of every one who is depending upon the bakers for bread. It is a well written and timely article and we will be glad of the opportunity to reproduce it in full at an early date. Why-.no- t let a common band of sympathy work together for clean food, then clean hands, which will bring about clean hearts. Hi Berts and Barks, for all lr ol ,tS 'sn " A To Our Friends and Neighbors led life-scho- ol Garrard County Boy Wins Honors. AssssssssssBssLsisssssssssBssssssssssa IltBlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSlSSSSSSSSSSSK JK Jlsaissssssssssssssssnv iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsK gaH'sissssssssssssssssssssst at "ntSE andn?p xne interesting aeDate mentioned in last weeks issue was held on Wednes- '& day Feb. 5. The handsome Loving Cup $Si f?J. was won by the Patterson Society. Garrard Co should be proud of the fact that one of her young man Mr. J. E. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Wilson of Paint Lick, was a member of the team which captured this much prized trophy. Mr. Wilson was also selected as the alternate for the team which wiil represent State University in the Intercollegiate debate to be held in the latter part ot April of this year. This is an honor which every young man in the University aspires to attain ere his University career has reached its close. Public Opinion And The Central Record. '.gfRBwisssssssssssssssssssssH The North Western Cow Bov. DAKOTA JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR 45 T 1 TREATMENT $1.00. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy fi 1 rr or a Sprains a'n- - Deafness, Burns. Stings Etc. 25cts per Bottle. CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All on sale at o. id There are three estates in Parliment;-ClergNobie3 and Commons-bu- t in the Reporters Gallery yonder, sits a fourth estate more important than they y, E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman 5 Son, Lowell, Ky. J. 5 mMrasm(& iMjfJij si m all." ever-recurrin- rut-pock- j A - E9I ul Got ThU Fine Pipe With Liggett & Myers Duke s Mutture" of pipes All kindi of men cmoke Dukc'i Mixture in all kinds as well as in clfarettei and they all tell the same tory. They like the genuine, natural tobacco taste of ffstttfA Skt&L Catlctbrlfhtlaafaftd UatjaUsradUnta,cauWBUr aUauaatl aad then tranuUted every grain pare, e tobacca taat atTu fat to tULitHI Mytri Bsjaa'a Jflxturt saok. hlfa-arad- one mnd a Aalr ounces of this ware. atUd, delightful tobacco, unsurpassed in quality, far 4c and with each tack you book of papers fret. act a Now About the In everraack of Fi-sm- . " & Myers Duke's Mixture we now pack a coupon, .You can exchange these coupons for a pipo or for manr ether valuable and useful articles. These presents cost not one r, Jno7-- There is something for every member of the family - kates, catcher gloves, tennis rackets, cameras, toilet articles. fjt cases, canes, umbrellas, and doxans of other things. Just send us your nataa and address on a postal and aa a smcIsT mffmr daring Jan- - trf P;nM ft UmTV SUStf Fmhrmmwv , um mmlB eanaf yawesT necolltufrafasf aafsi. The public micht like to know what positions women hold in Kentucky through the Federation. We have a woman at the head of the Kentucky Educational Association, a woman on the Forestry Commission, we have two women on the Tuberculosis Commission, a woman as the State Bacteriologist, a woman Supervisor of Rural Schools and women as factory inspectors. No need to be surprised that Kentucky women are being recognized, the same blood that made our men such capable men that 107 Governors ot the United States have come from Kentucky, flows in the veins of the mothers and daughters of Kentucky, we are'only coming into our inheritance. Of course, we owe much of our inspration to the General Federation and are proud to be a small part of that large body. The General Federation of woman's clubs stands for conservation not onlv of natural reseurces, but of human life as well. It is for temDerance. not onlv in drinking, but in eating and dress and social entertaining. It is for peace and arbitration as opposed to war. It is against child labor that is robbing the world of tomorrow, against the white slave traffic, that disgraces our age and nation. It is for every thing good and it is a million strong. Can any club afford to hold itself aloof from such a movement? Club work has become a thing of beauty because it has become a thing of service. The progress of the world and civic betterment are being materially aided by the work of the club women. The next club meeting will be conducted by Mesdames Kinnaird ana Kauffman and will be devoted to talks along the lines of Civic Improvement, and also talks on library work and needs. ine next musicaie will be the life and compositions of Schubert, who. is recognized as the greatest melodist of all times and countries. This musical will be held Friday afternoon. Fphmnr 21st, at the Parlors of Hotel Kengar- Ian. Holiday. All our banks will be closed Saturday February. 22nd to celebrate the egaa cAcrge. 4 Open up a sack of IAftitt Jfytra Dake'a MUtnre today. Cntpu trim DuUi Mixiurt mty U A 1 UiUU. MXM atretenfa tst any gJLAWa a. - " -- W ctntmj unut ty ul, Praaaiuaa Deat. uFAK8S!Sq, BU - fiA v- - y-- .if i t - -- a7--.Ji-- .a St.UmU, Ma. anniversary of th3 birth, of the father of our Country. The power of the press is immeasurable. In every community, a government, "a ring", or even a publication must, Webb Measure, A Substitute Idenof necessity, control that powerful, tical With The Shepperd Ken-y- ea subtle creature called Public Opinion. If the Record has not guided the pubBill Was Passed Presilic opinion of this community, it has Compounded according- - to the Original & Exobviously had some influence on the dential Yeto Is Fearerd. clusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, straggling thought. This influence, at The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. The prayers of the good women of least within recent times, has merely Thousands of Testimonials. the the country have been answered, the been used to throttle ills (already too SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Ton- ic efforts of the good men have not been well known to our readers) as they arCHARLIE WHIIE-HOOman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write without avail. On last Monday night rive. The trouble is that we are not Tit Cowloy HnbiUst the Senate passed the Webb liquor trifling with perfectly simple and obORIGINATOR Or CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N IHDUH CKETEXSE measure by a viva voce vote. The vious vices; we have no crooked police REMEDIES to fight, gambling hells and segregations 3731 West Broadway Webb measure differs from the Louisville, Kentucky & SCIESrE S3fE measure only in the num- problems are unknown in Lancaster. ber of the bill, and was substitutad for We are fighting shadows and things in parliamentary reasons, and would pro- the air; there's the rub: we are dealing Official Directory Of Garrard Couaty. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE hibit the shipment of intoxicating liqu- with Public Opinion- The Record can not be expected, nor ors from one state to another when in Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. Money Back for any case of Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pnr- tended to be received or sold in viola will it be tolerated, to paternally ad jear. vise and control the fashions for intion of the law of the state to which Circuit CIrrk William B. Maion. the shipment is made. Friends of the stance, or the color ot a woman's cheek. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai Master Commissioner W. H.Brown. measure will now seek to have the They usually do not need attention. Trustee Jury Fnnil Beuj F. Kobiuson. Solace Fails To Remove. Official Court Stenographer Mi's Sue Shelby House concur in the action of the Sen- But because this paper is read in this Mason. community, because it can have some ate, which if done will obviate the SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- County Judge A. D Ford of the measure being considf red ' power on the thought of this commun cal discovery of three German Scien- County Attorney J K. Kcblnsou. in conference, and it may go direct to ity, it must find a theme; a harp to tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. pick. The paper is run primarily to and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. the President for his'signature. George Ballard. Press dispatch say that a rumor is bring sheckels into the coffers of the take, and will not affect the weakest Sheriff SLerlff T. A. C. Deputy Robinson. current in Washington that President 'owners, but not entirely for that pur- stomach. Superlnteudant ol Schools Mls Jennie II ig- pose. You do us a base calumny if you Food glrs. It is guaranteed under the Pure lait will vote the measure, and they doubt their ability to pass it over his think so. It is the ambition of the and Drugs Law to be absolutely free Assessor W. 8. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. vote. The President is said to agree ( whole force to make this paper serve from opiates or harmful drugs of any Jailer Jack Adams. with several of the Senators who op- i the welfare of this community, and to description Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. posed the measure in their belief that j be something more than an aecumula- SOLACE is a pure specific in every Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. it is unconstitutional, and rather than tion of facts and a money making prop way, and has been proven beyond queshave the responsibility shifted to the osition. tion to be the surest and quickest rem J. P. Bourne 1st. Dlst. Isou snd. Dlst. edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Harrisos Ray 3rd. Supreme Court, will exercise his pre Disc rogative and veto the measure. Should medical science, no matter how long James Coldiron 4th. Dist. Loytl. standing. It reaches and removes the he do this, there is a chance that the CITY OF LANCASTER. friends of the measure may be able to root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Mayor n. T. Logan. Mr. Luther Raney ia very sick at this City Judge E. W. Harris. rally enough of their colleagues to purifies the blood. writing. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek City Attorney R. H.Tomllnson. their support to pass it over his veto. Mr. Samuel Long is very sick at this are the Sole U. S. Agents and have City Clerk II. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Mount. Snake In Beehive. writing. thousands of voluntary testimonial let- City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Mr. David Dudderar the well known Mr. M. F. Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. ters which have been received from Chief Vellce L. E. Herrou. COU.NCILMEN. grateful people SOLACE has restored east end farmer is also an enthusiastic James Sanders last week. to health. Testimonial letters, liter- Tarker Gregory. II. C. Hamilton. apiarist, and never fails even on the B F. Walter. Mrs. J. D. Ray and daughter visited ature and FREE BOX sent upon V. M. Zanone. coldest days, to make a visit to his Wm. Herndon. G. a. Greenleaf. her son Frank Ray Sunday. beehives and to lcok after the welfare R. Lee Morris, president of the First of his extensive shed of honevmakers. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater visited National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote On one of the recent bright sunshiny her broteer at Buckeye Sunday. the Solace Company as follows: days when he was makinghis accustomed "I want you to send a box of Solace Miss Allie Doolin is visiting her rounds of his hives, he w?s very much grand-parenMr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for surprised to see the head of a snake prowhich I enclose $1. This remedy has Mr. Robert Long spent Saturday and been used by some friends ot mine truding from the orifice through which the bees are accustomed to enter and Sunday with his aunt Mrs. Bell Snyder. J here and t mnst aay ita action wa3 won leave their dwelling. He uncovered the (faigned) K. .L. Morns. Mrs. Bell Snyder and son visited her dertui. hive and removed the snake, which was daughter Mr. Will Tailor of Madison Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. of the "garter" species andaboutthree Monday. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL feet in length. Mr. Dudderar removed AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Mrs. Howard Logan visited her TAKING SOLACE. and dispatched the snake, which had "No Special done no damage further than to make mother Mrs. Steve walker the first of Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST severe inroads upon the winter stores of the week. SOLACE ALONE does the work. the bees, otherwise he had dwelt in his Miss Nannie Lee Logan is visiting her Write today for the free box, etc. peculiar winter quarters in peace and friends Misses Maggie Hicks and SOLACE REMEDY CO., harmony with the other occupants. It Evelena Walker. Battle Creek. Mich. is supposed that when his snake-shi- p Mr. Miley Beazley visited his little entered the beehive he was in thin order SatThat's reminder enough, isn't it, and that Le goreed himself UDon the cousins Marie and Hazel Walker honey until he was unable to come out urday and Sunday. that "its up to you" to have your Mis3 Ocie Snyder and brother and through the aperture through which he place house, home, shop or office entered. The fact that he was left Miss Pattie Long were the pleasant insured against fire's fatal frolic? undisturbed by the bees is accounted guests of Miss Stella Ray of Buckeye We know of no good reason why for by the knowledge that the cold Sunday. any citizen of this county should weather renders them somewhat tornid. Mr. McClellon Teater and sister while but with the advent of warmer weather visiting friends in Hackley was called Succeed when everything else fails. not be safely insured in one or In nervous prostration and female they would doubtless have made the more of our companies we know to the bed side of thiir mother .who is weaknesses they are the supreme quarters extremely uncomfortable for very sick. of a lot why he should be. Proof remedy, as thousands have testified. the winter boarder. So ereat were thn FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 'positive furnished on application. Clyde Mr. Coy Sanders and wife and inroads upon the honey made by the STOMACH TROUBLE snake that Mr. Dudderar was compelled Sanders left monday for Louisville It is the best medicine ever sold FRED P. FRISBIE. to renlenish tri"lnrY?ornf tViof no.ti'.nln. where they will purchase a new line of over a droggitt'a counter. hive. spring good". Office Citizens National Bank. Monday When The National true today as they were when spoken. These words spoken by Burke, are as Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES COH-CEIr-SA- N Mrs. i.ec-essi- ty st. ts Fire! Fire! Fire! Electric Bitters Tj '- ' - - (5 tfQJ Km H HEA 1 1 On Winter Styles in every ready made COAT and SUIT in our house. Having depleted our stock of Winter Wearing apparel during the past few months. The remaining numbers must go. Any coat that is left, in Fancy Colors at $7,48 Only having a few Suits left and having ordained that all must sell in order to give us ample-spac- e for our enormous stock of Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses. Tour selection is to be had at $9.98 each. Black Coats, Your Choice $9.79 The Joseph Mercantile Company. The Store That Does As It Advertises, People VVV I the late styles In millinery. Mr and Mrs. Wm Flannery were called to Lexington by the illness of Mrs. Flannery's mother. Miss Florence Darnall is at the bedside of Mrs. W. A. Burton, who is quite ill at her home near Buckeye. All The Time. John Beere Steel Plows. Gossip About Oliver Chill and Syraeuse Plows. BEST PLOWS MADE. : ? A Brief Mtntion of the Comings and Goings by Thoie Wt Arc InUruted In. VULCAN PLOWS at reduced PRICES. Plow Points and repairs J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. We Write Anv Kind of MBSSBBHMaMBBnBBMtSaSSacJ Miss Sarah Danie Is of Paris is guest of Mrs. J. M. Mount home Saturday and Sunday. the Currey Robinson of Lexington was at Mr. J. W. Whale y of Paris was pleasant visitor in our town Sunday. a Miss Birdie Moss of Middlesboro is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B--. Moss. Miss Bet.tie Miller is in Knoxville for a protracted stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Miller. Miss Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick has been visiting her aunt Mrs. W. S Carrier. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Mrs. Carlton Elkin has been in Casey county visiting her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Kidd. Bessie and Emma Sanders of Madison county are guests of Miss Eunice Prather. Misse.- - 8 " 8 vun nun Cn nuiiiw Hnw HnttiA I"me. sweet hom Miss Marge rite Kinnaird left Sunday to visit her cojsin Miss Angle Kinnaird in Indiat)niolis. ill Mr. Joshua Hu.t who had been qui.e at his home near Hyattsvilla is some- Be Happy what improved. Miss Ella May Jones is spending a few days at McCieary with he brother Mr. D. P Jones. Mrs. C. M. Adams of She.by City Ky. is visiting her daughter, Mrs Jesse Yeakeyat Hubble. I g e. when the food is not of the best, try a sack of .. " White Swan Flour and know the joy of eating fine bread, biscuits, cake, etc. 1 to be envied If all your other food is as good as that baked to-da- i I u from White Swan Flour you certainly are Order a Sack y and be sure it is White Swan. I S 1 Miss Rella Arnold left Wednesday fur ' St. Louis and other cities to purchase, her spring millinery. Miss Annie Miller left Saturday for a visit to her sister Mrs. Eisner in Charleston We&t Va. Mrs. Ada Kinnaiid left the last of the week for Cincinnati to inspect all Lancaster Elevator Flour Mills I gyifY6'Y :xyrM;TTyTT fLJUUU si .13 v ; tt7l) .s; I Comparative Digestibility of Food From JSS'w feConven z- M v I i Msl IO fcgUK ' ience of Banking Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gibb3 have re-tcommittee positions in the Senate of new Congress upon the grounds of f turned from Battle Creek Mich., where seniority. ; they made a several weeks stay for the Health, Denent oi bhe is Mrs. E. D. Eads of Stanford is here somewhat Mrs. uibbs' improved. for a visit to Garrard relatives. A little daughter arrived at the home Mr. Ed. Price was with Dr. and Mrs. ! of Dr and Mrs. H. C. T. Richmond at A. S. Price in Stanford Monday. i Marshall Okla. on January 31st. The young lady has been christened Rober Miss Pearl Ham left last week for Mrs. Martha Evans Lusk is reported ta Katherine Mrs. Richmond will be Burksville, Burnside, and Somerset for very sick at her home on Stanford St. remembered as Miss Halline Arnold, stay with friends and relatives. a Miss Allene Bourne is in Stanford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold The Mary Walker Price Chapter of of this county. the U. D. C. will meet Monday Match visiting her sister Mrs, W. K. Warner. Miss Dove Harris, a former Lancas 10th. at the home of Mrs. Ed C Gaines. Mr. R. H Batson is in Louisville for trian, but now the Principal of the Dan- Mr. Thomas Johnston who has been a visit to Judge Homer W. Batson and ville Business School, has just been t wife. quite ill at the home of his son W. awarded a certificate to teach by the Johnston in Nicholasville is Mrs. W. S. Henry of Lexington is Universal Stenotype Co. and now has improving. the guest of her daughter Mrs. Henry five of these machines in her office. In I Miss Elizabeth Lyne an attractive Simpson. addition to her day school she has young lady of Nicholasville is expected Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Bryants- - started a night school and & succeeding .shortly for a visit to Mrs. B. F. in all ville has been with her sister Mrs. J. E. Countyshe undertakes, as all 'Garrard women do. Robinson. Dickerson. Miss Annie Royston, a former teacher Mrs. James Engleman arrived from The many friends of Mrs. John M. in the Lancaster Graded School, but Pueble Col. on ast Saturday for an Farra are glad to see her out after a who, for eight years, has held a high extended visit to Mrs. Given3 Terrill months illness. position in the Chicago schools, has at and other relatives. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham and the no time given up study. Each year M133 Jenneth Marble who was with Misses Gill were visitors this week in since leaving Lancaster she has taken Mrs. Ada Kinnaird the past season will up some line of work in the Chicago Fayette's ca, it 1 be with her again and take charge of University, passing her examinations the trimming room. Misses Martha and Helen Gill have with great credit. Miss Royston is as Mrs. J. E Jones of Burkesville, Mrs. made a recent visit to Mrs. D. W. indefatigable a student a3 she 13 a Bridges in Richmond. Charlie Tarder of Somerset and Mrs I va teacher and we look some day, to see Shannon, of Nerginia have been visiting Mis3 Minnie Brown returned Wed- - her at the head of one of our large ! nesday from a visit to friends in colleges for women. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham and family. and Louisville. Mr. Tobe Wiley has arrived and 13 An Old Bone Of Contention. superintending extensive repairs oi: his Mhs Lottie Carson has returned to recently purchased dwelling. He is . her home in Stanford after a visit to A recent issue of the Advocate says: quartered temporarily at the Kengar-la- her cousin Miss Allie Yantis. "rumor has been current in Danville Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of this week that the shops of the Queen & Miss Elsie Zimmer left Sunday for a Nicholasville have been recent guests Crescent Route now located in Somerset may be removed to Danville in the near short visit to friends in Cincinnati, after of Mr. and H'rs Alex West future". This is not the first time which she will make an extended visit Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home, tnj3 "rumor has been current in Dan. to ner uncle Mr. untitles Kenner in Mrs. La ; ville",and has served as a bone of Michigan. j after several days stay with Hankla at Junction City, 'tention between the newspapers of Mesdames David Chenault and Ann Mrs Sallte McCormnck and daughters Danville and Somerset upon several R ibmson let'. Tnuradaj for a sojourn in Florida. Mrs Robinson will visit Mesdames James Ramsey and W. 0. occasions. However, the Somerset papers seem to have always had the relatives in North and South Carolina Goodloe are all upon the sick list. ' C l ltn luuiiuversy, 6uwu anil n.f iiic An4lurouuier- and Georgia before her return. Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry set has iu ui retained as yet the shops. Senator W. 0. Bradley, a distinguish- were guests the first of the week of Elegant Offices. ed Lancastrian, after March the 4th Dr. and Mrs. Brown of Stanford. will be the only Republican from the Miss Mary Rankin is at home after a A representative of the Record was South and he will make a fight for pleasant stay of several weeks with shown through the dental parlors of relatives in Burnside ar.d Somerset. Drs. Denny & Wheeler recently, and Christian we are fully satisfied a more complete The members of the Endeavor Society are preparing to give and well squipped tooth carpenters shop an entertainment on the night of the is not to be found outside of the large cities. They have installed every 21st at the Christian church. appliance known to modern dentistry, ; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Robinson and their laboratory, where they propose have returned from a visit to Louisville to do their own manufacturing is having gone to see Faversham with his complete in every detail. Their latest "all star" cast in Julius Caesar. acquisition is an "aseptic cabinet" in Miss Georgia Dtmn returned Monday which to keep their dental tools and from a visit to Lexington, Frankfort which is constructed wholly of white in the interest of the enamel and is a thing of beauty as well . and Newport as thoroughly antiseptic Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union. he I Nich-olasvil- le n. con-Mou- nt rrM-ir- Mrs. Burton I1L Mrs. William A. Burton the aged mother of Mr. William B. Burton of Lancaster is reported seriously ill of heart trouble at her home near Buckeye The many friends of this estimable lady hope for her speedly recovery. To Correspondents. In chunicling events in your communications, even if it be but a personal mention, kindly give the time. If Mis3 Smith visited Miss Jones, say when, whether last week, last year as the article loses all interest to the reader if the time is not given. Garrard Men In Reyenne Service. Collector Wiseman .has appointed two Garrard county men to the Internal Revenue service; Joe Burnside Jr. In serving temporarily in Im" office in Danville, preliminary to be assigned to field duty, and John H. McQuerry of the Flatwood vicinity ia on duty at Camp Nelson. Elara Trial. The examining trial of David Elam charged with seduction, and which was transferred to this place from Bourbon county, occupied two days in the county court before Judge Ford last week, and because of the absence of three material witnesses was continued until today (Thursday) and i3 in progress as the Kecord goes to press. Big Demand For Tobacco Seed. ... Many of the raisers of high class burley tobacco in Garrard county are accustomed to save seed from their crops, and in future much more will be saved than heretofore, as there is a great demand for it. Local growers are being besieged for seed and they cannot supply the demand, which shows the fame of Garrard county tobacco. Sad News For Confederate Pensioaers. It has been found tnat there is not a dollar in the State Treasurer available for the payment ot pensions to Confederate veterans Feb. 5th. was set apart as the day UDon which the disbursement was to be made, but at a conference between Pension Agent Stone, Treasurer Rhea and Governor McCreary, the above decision was reached. It is impossible to say at present when funds will be available for the payment of the pensions. YOUUFIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, 1 D Have you investigated our facilities, our revwigSA sources, our modern methods and equipment for handling ordinary deposits, loans, colldctions and banking business in general? No. You will find it to your interest to make inquiries. 117 t yv J5 Made with different Baking Powders a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: The Garrard Bank & Trust Company An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows: Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powder; f 100 Per Cent Digested !.' f Don't Roast I I the Driver Bread made with phosphate powder: I I1 for dumping a load of just as you were passing. (B What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't you need some for stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need Coal 168 alum powder; I" Per Cent. Digested Bread made with 67 Per Cert. Digested I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Do. These tests, which are absolutely reliable and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance to everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream of tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digestible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found to largely retard the digestion of the food made from them. Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it is the source of very many bodily ailments. Miss Margaret Patterson died at her home a few miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye pike on Tuesday night following a short illness of pneumonia, and after funeral services at the grave by Rev. F. M. Tinder, her remains Mrs. T. M. Wilson and sister Mis3 were interred in the Lancaster cemeJoan Mount report an enjoyable stay tery at 2 o'clock on Thursday after at Mardi Gras, they were among the noon. fortunate who received an invitation to Mis3 Patterson was 65 years of age the big ball given in the Crescent City. at me time oi ner aeatn. sue was a They were also upon the list that was daughter oi the late Judge James M. invited to see the crowning of the Patterson and has a number of rela tives through the county, being con King and Queen. nected by relationship with several of Friends of the young ccuple in this the leading families of the county. She city have received the following an- is survived by two sisters, Mrs. George nouncement card. Mrs. George Tark-ingto- n F. Brown of this county and Mrs. An announces the marriage of her drew Mershon of Tioga Tex. and by daughter, Monnie Shuttleworth, to Mr. two brothers, James Patterson of Fontaine Fox Caldwell, on Monday, Idaho and William Patterson of Cali February the third, Nineteen hundred fornia. and thirteen. Louisville Kentucky. "Miss Mag" Patterson, as she was lovingly known to a wide circle of Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes entertained at a family dining Sunday, friends and acquaintances, was one of the occasion being the celebration of Garrard county's truly noble women, a the 44th wedding anniversity of Mr. christian in all that the word implies, Hughes parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. her life has been an exemplification of Hughes. The Record joins the many the true christian spirit, the greater friendfrof this couple in wishing them part of it being spent in the tender care of her aged parents, one of whom, many such happv occasions. her mother, was an invalid, and after Little Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson her death, which occurred a few years celebrated her fourth anniversary on ago, she maintained the old homestead, the 7th inst with a birthday party taking one of her nephews to live with for her little friends. A repast which her. She had been a member of the appealed strongly to the appetites of Christian church since her early girlthe wee guests was served, after which hood, and never missed an opportunity many childish games were played. The to attend services. The Record minpopular young lady waa the recipient of gles its regrets with-thosof innumermany handsome presents from her many able friend's at the death of this good friends. woman. e Miss Hazel Champ celebrated her 7th birthday Saturday afternoon at the home oi her parents on Water street. Quite a bvey of little girls gathered to honor the occasion and to feast upon the dainty refreshments served. The receiving hours were from 2 to 4. Patterson. a Try our soluble tea and coffee. ry. Cur We have the agency for the famous Ferndell brand of goods, tf. Theo. Currey. LosT:-Pa- ir of.gold rim spectacles on or near the Public Square, pd Steve Owsley. Currey's is the only place you can buy Stone's wrapped cake. tf. Four Bracket Lamps also one twelve Lamp Chandalier, for sale. d Fork Church Society. 3t-p- We have the New Minute and Knox Acidulated Gelatine. Currey. tf. it's Try a can of Malo on your next cake, fine. Currey. tf. Bring your Shoulders. Bacon and Jowls to Curreys. tf. For Salt A handsome oak dining room table apply at this office. For Sale At A Bargaa. Ten or twenty acres.o.f-goo- d land in high state of cultivation, "with cottage house. Just outside City limits. S. H. Eates, Lancaster Ky. 4tPd. Time Table Of The Ken tucky Transportation Auto Ca1. Leaves Lancaster at. . . .7 Arrives at Nicholasville 9 Leaves Nicholasville ... .4 Arrives'' at Lancaster. 6 30 40 00 00 a. m. a. m. p. rr4 p. m. k m V idiiadscJai?Kr3Sli'3aba w " vn-- . in pj"i !" VTiirizi-""r-r- - - "' v 2 We have over 50,000 Rolls of Paper from which to make your a selection;by.far the largest selection ever 8 brougfertb Lancaster. Be sure and look before you buy. S S The Store 5 Beautiful 8 What About Leaving Bern Bull Moosers? HURT & ANDERSON JM,MMMfcifcifcMPPiJ'lgtridBlbilPfclHfcHFfcM . 1 M m " i li ii wii in mi jh ntfT rTii ii ). ir j nnm wi n in r - - . ... - - - l'.m i'iarni?sg See Our New ' Spring Line mttmtm&&&ttmt8Bt&t&tmm Of , b Wall Mouldings. For .71 a:m..a MP 11 piate Ran. J prices are risht I we can figure ft with you either on the Paper or put on Wall as we haVe 4 g experienced hangers, g Call or Phone No 5 jg and we will be glad to bring samples and S submit estimates. UJ Bright Spot f In Lancaster. $ " T BAfeAMI nruif MfcfSfcCK'C?SfclWfcO?Tte'lfcflfcyfcfcA' " S court day. J. H. Dalton lpairof mules of Sam Baughman $290. Rogers and Brendenburg one mule of Mr. Colter $200 and sold same to J. A. Robinson for $215. one 2 year old mare mule of Will Boone $125. John C. Robinson sold 10 pair of coming 3 yr, old mules to Joe Kendig of Pa. at $300 a pair. Center Bros, pair of mule of Jas. Wesley $275. J. E. and R. T. Bruce sold a six year old mule to Billy Robinson of Boyle for $250. J. H. Dalton a Dignity Dare filly to Dalton Rich for $130. V. A. Lear 1 old mule of Jess Gulley price, $150. one of A. L. Thompson for $135. Mr. Lear also sold a pair of mules to Alex Walker for $390. and a pair to Silas Moss for $375. W. K. Leavell one mule of J. H. Johnson for $145 W. B. Burton a nice mare of Calvin Carpenter for $200. J. M. Gastineau bought 21 head of cattle of diffarent parties, ranging in price form $16. to $35. ar With The Lancaster Graded School Honor Roll. oeooooo ocxtoooooox First Grade Lillian Boyle, in Dunn. to the inSecond Susie FARMER'S COLUMN oooooooofQooaco.toosooooo this immediate section ro GradeSamuel Elliott, Franauguration, there'll be no one left to ces Grant. Cecil Henry, Delia Rice care for the vomn and children. Hughes, Jane Haselden, Anna Fay King, Davis, Danville Messenger. Richard George Lawson, Gertrude Conn, Eugenia Dunlap, Paul Population Increasing. Morrow, Anna Lee Poff, Rebecca Siler, J. W. Tinder. Ardella Tinner. Point Leavell a Garrard county hamBrown. Stella Third Grade-Chris- tine let five miles east of Lancaster may Brown, Roy Creech, Heniy Moore. growing commercially, but the not be Fourth'Grade-S- ue Fisher Rcspass. incieasing. population is certainly Fifth Grade Bernice Champ, Katie the past week the following Within births have occurred in that vicinity, Barnes Dickerson. Mary Davis, Clayton to the wife of Mr H. H. Coldiron a Morrow, Clay Miller, Carrie Belle daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Romans, George Swinebroad, Mary Wells a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown, Lillian K. Estes, Earl Jennings, B. Dotj a daughter, while the wife of Thelma Hamilton. Walker, Mr. Canaan Flannery presented him Sixth Grade-Merly- nne with twins, a boy and a girl. Christine Sanders, James Siler, Anne Reid, Mary Owsley, Ralph Meadows, The following announcement just Harvey Estes, Val Cook, Ruth Carrier received, will be of interest to her Mildred Beazley. many friends here. Austin, Sallie Eighth Grade-Bes- sie Mrs. Anna B. Singleton and Nellie Cox, Alice Rigney. Anna announces the marriage of her daughter Powell, Mary Woods. Wallace Cotton, Bessie O'Neal Harry Brown, Will Rice Amon. to EmmHt Ninth Grade Earl and Ralph Scott Mr. John Sara Wilmot, Charlotte Pol-lit- t. on Wednesday, February twelfth, nine- Broadus, Homer Bland, Ella May Hagan. teen hundred and thirteen Tenth Grade Milton and Paul ElStanford, Kentucky. February twentieth liott, May Powell, Ora Prather, Stel At home after la Sanders, Jennie Cox, Buena Vista, Ky. Eleventh Grade Marie Ballard. Adams, Twelfth Grade Mattie Horrible Blows Head Off With Dynamite. Frank Tinder, Lillie May Sutton. Resident Of Death By Own Hand. Ella May Rigsby leads the Freshman class for the first term; Stella Sanders, Southeastern Part Of County. the Sophomore; Marie Ballard, the Junior; Kate Holtzclaw, the Senior. Edmund Parktr who resided on the The examinations for the first term road leading from Dripping Springs to Cartersville in the extreme southeastern are over and I may say that, for the part of the county met death by his most part, the work was very good. own hand in a horrible manner on Tues- There were a few failures, however, day morning. 'Parker arose from the brought on by lack of work. Whenre-poit- s are short it is time for an investi breakfast table and went to the barn; alarmed in a few gation. I am glad to say that one of the family were minutes by a shot and upon going to the last year's Seniors leads his section at barn found Parkers body with the head State University. completely torn from the body and Tulane University of New Orleans, scattered in atoms about the barn, and La., offers a ?100 scholarship to the his left shoulder nearly blown off; an first honor graduate of this year's immense hole in the grown marked the clas?. I hope that some one will take scene of the tragedy, and from the advantage of this offer from one of the surroundings it is supposed that Parker best universities in the South. placed his head upon the ground and All primer pupils must start now if lighted a stick of dynamite and placed at all this year, for every new primer under his head. Mir! dynamite caps pupil starting late means a new class. and fuse were found in his pocket. We will take none after entering the Coroner Jones went to the scene of new building, this session. the tragedy Tuesday afternoon and J. L. Riley. rendered a verdict of death by his own hand from dynamite. Parker had been Thankful. v away from home working onaiailroad, We desire to thank Mr. and Mrs. and had only returned a few days previous to his death. He attempted Banks Hudson, Mrs. Alex Walker and suicide three years ago when he resided mother, Mr. H. T. Logan, Mi ss Jennie in Indiana by cutting his throat He is and Mrs. Mary Lackey, Mrs. Tom survived by a wife and five children. Wherritt and many others for their No reason can be assigned for the kindness to our mother, Frankie Mcrash deed, as Parker had been in good Donald during her long illness. Mrs. Mary McDonald. health and apparently good spirits. He Edward Burdett. was 47 yrars of age If all the -- original" Wilson men Middleton. Marrs Swinebroad, Juanita J dpaco below this heading la lor the exclu-l- e use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot ailo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In wo Issues of the Record, free of chnige For Sale: One good work mule. Milton Ward, Lancaster, Ky. I have 20 shocks of sorgham to sell. Noah Marsee. Lancaster, Ky. 60 good sheep, For SALE:-aboThompson, Preachersville, Ky. J. H. I have 500 locust posts for sale. Jas. A. Bratton, R. F. D. 3. Lancaster, Ky. A few good red, listed R. T. Bruce, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. boars. for sale: Some good baled timothy hay for sale in ton lots or more. Phone 352 A. T. R. Slavin. Paint Lick, Ky. For Sale: One nice two year old draft mare, well broke. Jno. G. Doty, Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. 2. Indian Runner ducks For Sale:-Si- x and two drakes. Price right. Mrs. Jno. G. Doty. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. 2. For Sale: 1 pair 3 yr old horse mules 1 pure bred hampshire boar and a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg", Hyatts-villKy. e, for sale: A couple of brood mares heavy with foal, also some work horses and a few shoats. J. A. Conn, Jr. "Harris Place". Lancaster, Ky. G. B. Sutton bought 50 hogs from different parties at 6J cents also some weanling calves at about 7 cents. Fresh Jersey milch cow for sale, a good one also baled millet straw. G. B. Swinebroad. One Duroc Jersey boar 7 months old will sell cheap if taken at once. B. F. Robinson. Dr. J. A. Amon has rented theW. E. Amon farm to Mr. Norman Grow for a term of three years. J. W. Elmore bought a nice mare mule of J. H. Dalton for $225. Virgil Gastineau sold a pair for $315 and a single mule for $162.50 and a nice saddle horse for $200. He also bought 1 mule of Mr. Stevens, price $140 and one of Griggs for $165. evening she fell and crushed her hip LAl'i.UOI and died Tuesday night. She wa3 almost 77 years old. There was quite a Mrs. L. B. Hilton is visiting her aunt relative to their birthday s Mrs. Fannie Ward is sick of pneumoMrs. E. G. Ashcraft in Louisville. she having Martha Washington and nia. Miss Susan Fisher Woods is in her husband having George WashingMrs. Lovie Willeford is sick of a sethe guest of h r sister Mrs. ton's birthday. She wa3 born in Va., Sanford Allen. but had spent mo3t of her married life vere cold. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens have as in Uarraru (Jo. two years ago moving Wm Manning is preparing to move their guests Mr. and Mr3. S. T. Cash to Mercer Co., Mrs. Bruce had been a to Corbin. consistent member of the church at of Falls City, Cal. W. H. Furr bought three load3 of Mr. Hill Carter, who has been visit- this place 41 years. She leaves a hus- corn of Geo. Beazley. band, four daughters one son and a ing his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. W. W. H. Furr has rented his Authur Carter has returned to Hugaton, Okla. lumber of grand children. May they through their sorrow be able to realize Ball place to Wm. Miller. Mrs. E. C. On man went to Horse ' the happy exchange she has made, she Mr. J. B. Parks of Shelbvvllle is vis Cave Sunday to be at the bedside of has reached the bright beyond, her sorher father, Mr. J. F. Hill who is veri rowing is o'er "she hath done what she iting in this neighborhood. ill. Airs. Bert Frazier of Winchester is :ould". Funeral services conducted by Mr. H. Rowan Saufley left Monday Rev. Mahan at the church Thursday at visiting her parents near Spainy. for Frankfort to resume hi3 dutie3 as 2 p. m. Interment in Mt, Hebron ceme-trSecretary of the State Board of EqualiMuch sjmpathy is extended the zation. aged and grief stricken husband and REPORT OF THE CONDITION Miss Elise Newsom, of Fayetteville, relatives. Tenn. arrives Tuesday night to be the or THE Cupid Gives A Suggestion To The Young guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Farris and Why Can't We Win All Three. Mrs. Jennie Wearen. Farmers. The Kentucky Educational AssociaMrs. Maiy Burch has returned from in Louisville during National Bank Young farmers complain that farm Lexington, where she has been with tion, which meets the first week in May, will recognize girls are running away from the coun- her son W. S. Burch. The latter is do a3 try to marry city men. Many of them ing nicely and his friends have every the School Trustee in one of the mo3t important factors the life of the seem to prefer lift in thf city with a reason to hope for a speedy recovery. OF LANCASTER. KV AT THE school. Time will be given for a round- mechanic whose wages is $100 per Mr. J. S. Baughman has bought of table discussion of his problems and Close of Business Feb 4th, month or even less, than on a farm 1913. Mr. G. G. Beazley his livery stable. every Trustee in Kentucky will be Inwith a man who owns a farm and owns RESOURCES. Baughman will continue the busi- vited to come and participate in these cattle and horses with long pedigrees. Mr. Loans and expects to discussions. In order to encourage the Overdrafts, discounts Jill. "71 There are grounds for these com- ness at the same place. He lecurrdand nii'ecured .i7 71 make many improvements in the pres- attendance of Trustees, Mr. John B. L.S Bonds toecure circulation . 5OU00UO plaints, more's the pity, and it is time Banking nouse.furnltureand fixtures 7.010 HO ent good outfit. Among other things McFarren, of Louisville, has offered a I uue trom national liauts mot Ke- the young marrying farmer should Ml 11 he will improve the automobile service prize of $50 in gold to the county hav- Ij Dae sere Aeentsi give the situation serious study. We from tftate and Pritate Bank. RDd Bankers. Trait Compaul which promises to be a big thing here. ing the largest attendance of Trustees. confess we have not given the matter Mr. Baughman success in his He ha3 also offered a prize of S25 in Dueand SatlngsBanLi from a rurived reserve azents. . ftVUS ft" that rareful thought it deserves, but We wish gold for the be3t essay written by a Checks and tuner cash Item I- 2 new enterprise. :ote- of othtr .National iJal.i to one who has lived on a farm and has Trustee on "The Duties of a Trustee." Fractional paper currency, nlckeU 77U The ladies of the Christian church seen farmers' wives and daughters 133 and J and a similar prize on the same sub- Lawfci.cents Mosey Reserve Is Hank, viz: serve their term of dreadful drudgery will give a "Silver Tea", at the resid. .. jlilM5 1 ject by a County Superintendent or specie under the condition to which only the ence of Mrs. John Baughman, on the Legal tender notes . lAu 00 teacher; also a" similar prize for the 1J,7WR poor in the cities are subjected, some afternoon and evening of February the tnnd best essay by any one on the subject, Redemption per cent with 17. S. Treas- 2 .S0O 00 urer (5 ol circulation) why farm girls marry away 14th. Everybody invited reasons "The Qualifications of a Total is sure and bring a dime or two, from home quickly suggest themselves. Trustee and How to Get Him." LIABILITIES. Perhaps you'll make it tree. Perhaps if young marrying farmers Capital stock paid In 50.000 CO would cut down their acreage and in And, whether it be rain or shine, Surplus fund 10 cou CO Good Word for Snobs. Undivided profits. less expenses and We'll gladly welcome thee". crease their household furnishings, pay A snob Is entitled to some credit for 3.1C3 taxes paid . 0 less for blooded bulls and more for The entertainment that they gave last leaving you alone, w hlch Is more than National Bank notes outstanding . lit.lOO w) Due to otber .satloual Banns IM 14 hired girls, build fewer wire fences week at Mrs. Jas. Wood's residence the bores do. Atchison Globe. Due to State and Private Bank and . .. Bankeis ill 10 and more cement walks, cut down on was a success financially and also enIndividual deposits subject to check 15 w b 7 ( Z Certified Cbecks farm machinery and buy more washing joyed by every one present. Doctoring a Doctor. 1.3& w) Reered or Taxes machines and gasoline ranges, build "I say, doctor, did you ever doctor I Total via H The crowd Monday was the largest bath rooms a3 well as silos and show a ever witnessed "Well. doctor?" at February Court. another this. Does "Oh, yes."doctor a State op Kestcckt. Cocntt of Garsakd. ss: a doctor tell me real desire to make the work for women There were six hundred head of cattle doctor the way the doctored doctor I I. W.doF.Champ. Cashier ol the above named on the farm easier and life more worth solemnlT in the Nunnelly Yards and all sold at j wants to be doctored, or does the doc-- bank, is true to the swear that the above stare ment best of my knonled2a and the living, perhaps the tide of marry- good prices o - belief. W. F Champ. Cashier. 7cts tor doing the doctoring doctor the othwhich ranged from ing farm girls would be changed. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th. a pound. Mule buyers were here from er doctor In his own way?' Ex-- day of Feb 1913. By providing the right kind of a 9. C. Denny. Sotsry Public. all the surrounding counties and the change. My Commission Expires January 1910. home they will have less difficulty in competition and CoKKtcrr Attest: class of the mules ofkeeping the brightest and best young fered B. F. HcDsot. made prices good, from $125. to Dora at the Party. J Directors. J. J. Walker. girls in the country and spare them- $225. ) J. S.Joiisson. a head. Hogs were in demand at Little Dora had been to a party, and selves the spectacle of city men carry- from 6 to 8 In answer to his mother's inquiry as cents a pound. ing them off, leaving the undesirable to whether sha had enjoyed herself to become old maids or farmers' wives. exclaimed. "Oh. it was lovely, mummy, but so hot that I come out all In HT. HEBUON a perforation." REPORT OF THE CONDITION i "1 STANFORD. g, y. Citizens 1 - to-"- Sub-Distri- ct . J 2, 1 Yes Mental Capacity. The Danville Advocate speaks of Mr. Rev. S. H. Pollitt for $175, and one of T. Hicks for $150. H. C. Cox bought "Keg" Mason, the polite Circuit Clerk J. of Garrard County. Wonder if "Keg" 30 shoats of Joe Hammond at 7c. is a cognomen applied to Mr. Mason by Following is some of the sales that his friends to indicate his capacity? took place in Stanford Monday County Owensboro Inquirer. J. T. Raney bought a nice horse of (afiiaBiMIffilBiaififffliBiauBiiaaiWBn&BlUBiia S Bring Your L Residence Phone 66. Tobacco To 1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. Direct Buyers. No giB(rflraJlfraTSliTrflBi No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. m We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same. Day. Little Lewis Owens is a victim of mumps. Mrs. Margaret Stinnett remains quite sick. Several children in this locality have whooping cough. Miss Amy Montgomery began a select school at Bourne Monday. "1 refused to be operated Mr. Lillard Crank and wife have on, the morning I heard moved to the house just erected by Mr. about Cardui," writes Mrs. Thomas Hicks. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Mr. Wesley Thompson and bride are Haute, Ind. "I tried Caroccupying the house recently vacated by Mr. Wm. Eason. dui, and it helped me Miss Martha Anderson who has been greatly. Now, I do my own confined to her room for several weeks washing and ironing." is able to be out again. Messrs A. S. Dean and Edd Grow E63 bought of Marion Montgomery some corn at $2.25 per barrel. Messrs Joe R. Duncan, Elgan Mont- Take gomery and Irvin Dean attended a dance given by Mr. Joe Hagan over Co Wednesday near Tonic night. Cardui is a mild, tonic Services at this place conducted by remedy, purely vegetable, Rev. J. W. Mahan Sunday morning and acts in a natural manand evening were well attended, we also have a flourishing Sunday school ner on the delicate, womanfor winter. ly constitution, building Messrs M. L. and E. C. Montgomery up strength, and toning up Mr. J. B. Dean and brother-in-lathe nerves. In the past 50 bought at a private sale, the farm of years, Cardui has helped Mrs. Lucy Montgomery deceased price more than a million women. $50 per acre, they will take possession at once. You are urged to try it, The community wa3 greatly shocked because we are sure that Wednesday when, news came of the it will do you good. death of Mrs. Louanna Johnson Bruce S At all fmr liarm. wife of Mr. G. A. Bruce at their home well near Burgin. Mrs. Bruce bad been as usual and while sweeping" Tuesday Saved! NATIONAL (No. BANK, OF LANCASTER. JCY. AT TMloseof Bom Pell 4,1913 J16I.cu;: 71 CARDUI Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. nil (I. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. 5u MO 10 Bonds securities, etc lliUOCO 7.U.0 CO Daelrcm National Banks (not reserve agents) 1.M5 W Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers. Trust Companies, and SaWne Banks IK Due from approved reserve agent. . M.SM S9 Checks and otber casn items S.M Votes of other National Banks 2,0O Fractional paper currency .nlckels.cts Lawful Mo.et Resebte In Bank. Specie Legal tender notes RESOURCKS. Loans and discounts a viz: J 6,117 00 ,Si 00 12.S52 00 Pink,-Jessami- ne The Woman's Redemption Fund with D. S. Treasurer (5of circulation). . 2J0H00 Total t7.SS& M Capital stock paid in I 50.000 CO 90.000 00 Surplusfund Undivided proSts.less expenses and 3.272 61 taxes paid National Bank Notes Outstanding... 49.400 oo Due to Other National Banks 1.910SO Due to State and Private Banks and 413 41 Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. 191 JOfl 57 Reserved (or Taxes- l.CM 77 Total 32?.3f S S3 LIABILITIES w 8tatiofKkmtucxt.CocnttofGaxard,ss: I. 8. C. DiNNT. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the beat of my knowledge S.CDenmt. and belief. cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th W.O. Rigney. day of Feb, 191S. vutary iruoiic. Mr Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. Attest: Correct W.M.Eiliott. ) ALix R. DxifstY Dirsctort, J. E. StORMIJ. ) 4? a JC---