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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 21, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913022101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 21, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' J Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAn. 1. THE CEiSTRAX RECORD PURE RELlQIOh, VN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT SectioirNO; 1 HUMKH LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913. 4. 'iiw 0 ihp nifN'nimra I Are you interested in the building up of your County? Would you invest in a good paying proposition that would do it? Don't you think that a Loose Leaf .Tobacco Warehouse in Lancaster would help the county? Don't you think it would pay? It is proposed to build a $25,000.00 modern equipped house in Lancaster in order to have a home market. The Tobacco is raised in Garrard County, and why not market it at home. To The People: You Gan Save Money and Time By Selling Your Tobacco at HOME If YOU HAVE A MARKET Enough stock has been pledged to insure the enterprise if the growers of Tobacco in Garrard County will join with us. It can be made a financial success. The business should be under the control of the growers. We will be glad to show you the subscription papers and talk with you about the enterprise. Come and subscribe for as much stock as you can afford, without delay. Everybody help to make the movement a success. L. G. DAVIDSON, ALEX WALKER, Circuit court began in Stanford day. Here next!. Mon- S. G. HASELDEN, The "Titanic" is making regular daily trips between this place and running on scedule time and doing a good business, and seems to have come to stay. Nich-olasvil- Subscription Committee. of the community and their pledges given to the people above personal gain. Unconsciously, unwittinelv h h stamped himself upon the hearts of-the people of Lancaster as a man of the very highest integrity, a man who is wormy of any trust which might be confided in him. Since being a member of the council Mr. Zanone's every act has been for the good of the cnmmnnitw ho I,.. stood steadfastly for the peoples rights auu mis me crowning act of his official career, will surely not be forgot ten. LOST:-Monda- v. The trail of the grafter is over us all. ANNOUNCEMENT. The semi-annual display of high class Spring and Summer suitings by The Globe Tailoring Company Cincinnati will be given at our establishment on February 21 and 22 Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make your selections and be measured by an expert. Orders taken for immediate or future delivery. Woolens will be shown in full length drapes. Salesman in charge - R. H. SWAFFIELD. KT.Lo gan LANCASTER, KENTUCKY f'' .' i BEST. Next Monday is countv court dav. Farmers are chafing at heir forced Drop in and see the Record under the inactivity and are anxious to get at new management. There will be some old faces to greet you, and several new their spring plowing. ones to bid you welcome. Fresh strawberries have made their appearance in the city markets and are It is now stated, positively that Mr. quoted at 50 cents per quart. Wilson will not raise the White House roof. We never felt the least uneasy Granulated sugar has taken a decided about this for we knew if the Terrible tumble in price, local merchants are Teddy didnt he couldn't. selling 20 pounds for a dollar. afternoon n The ring had to be enlarged when nM A movement is on foot to build mod watch, E'jrin works with loath Teddy threw hi3 hat in and now that the k ern ana commodious stock yards in Bull Dy; Head attached. Bull Moosers say that they are going to Return to Lancaster. We surely need them. this office and receive reward. put out a full ticket we do not see how Most all corporations are bloated and it can stop short of encircling the globe. The National Biscuit Co of Cincinnati A Manly Man. need severe treatment for dropsy, the will give a Demonstration of their cakWhen Richard Pearson Hobson sank knife being about the only thing that tor. Wesley M. Zanone has been ten es, crackers, wafers, etc. at W. B. the Merrimac we thought then he "was dered the position of Chief Engineer Ball's will do any good. Grocery Saturday, Feb. 22nd! seeking the bubble reDUtation at the at the Water Dlant. which ihe ladies are getting busy with a cannons mouth", but now that he pro- new manner of handling under the Every body is cordially invited to stop the water in and partake of the lunch. scheme for the beautification of the poses to walk in the suffragette parade, works pumping system, is a very depark. Here's hoping them every suc- we know it. sirable as well as a very lucrative Dosi- Wise AppwataeBf. cess in their efforts. tion, and he has refused to accept the The story that a New York woman is proffered Governor McCreary has appointed To light the world by electricity seems offer at the hands of his fel- Dr. W. M. Elliottsaid to have found . of tv.;oi to be the ambition of Chicago canital- - is now believed to $200 in a news paper low councilmen to represent the state of Kentucky at have been started by Mr. Zanone ists, wonder why they dont put a light the paper in question to boost its withstanding refused the position not- the Childs Nationtl Labor Committee on our water tower. the fact that it is far that meets circulation, look out for bills in the more Mnn-- h i9tK in attractive in every particular 14th and 15th.Jacksonville. ' The going out President has six Central Record. than the position he now holds; the banquets in two days to his credit, and conf nement indigent to his Special Serrfces. yet Admiral Dewey says banquets are The suffragettes are marching on to tb' Lancaster Mill & Light duties at Plant is Rev. Washington and the most encouraging' deadlier than battles. J. Rockwell Smith on'ii sign we see for the men is that the .making serious inroads upon hi3 health, at tie Presbyterian church next Sunand accepting the new p. ' .'ikl day, norning-anWe have just received our first spring haberdasher has gotten out catalogues evening t th ....- shipment of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords. saying trousers would still be good style enable him to secure exercise and fresn air of which he stands sadly in need; hours. Rev. Smith comes highly we would be glad to have you call and for men this Spring. with a possibility of beingcall- th5 work is not nearly so irksome as see them. H. T. Logan. The Danville Messenger savs a new that of hi3 present position, and the y"anenuy ay mis cnurch. The seed people are getting out their fraternal order is about to be .tartedun ! remuneration is much greater, and Mr. . r L. H. S. Base Ball Teas Orgauel annual flower catalogue and the new in Little Britian, it is to bf .ailed. "The ! Zanone is a laboring man, a poor man ?.!. TKI! , wiin .L i applicants dependant upon his daily toil for Ann aiu h- Last Tuesday Evtnincr oil WC 1UUV3 models in daffo-dilly- s ii auu U.t. rie uurty the and violets would O put an automobile catalogue to shame. for one office we think "Hada Eata maintenance of himself and family. gathered at Prof. Rilev'a offio !. Why then, you will ask, did he refuse purpose of electing a Manager, Crow" would be a better name. Captain this position. The Dont fail to call on H. T. Loean Fri Judging from their nictures. and the he is a man who answer is because and Treasurer for the coming Baa Ball day and Saturday Februarv 21. and desirves to be true to season. unhappy distance that seoerates us. we the confidence 22, to see their display of spring suit reposed in him, who der- After an interesting toll-1- . r:t would say we see prettier women every sires to fulfill every promise made by the following boys were selected. ings, buits to measure from $20.00 day on the streets of Lancaster, than him. to $50.00 Frank Tinder was elected Manager, the two the New York men picked as Mr. Zanone is a member of the City Chas. Doty Cant nri t tw. being the most beautiful women in Council of As we. pass through life we come in Lancaster, elected to that Treasurer. America. contact with people every where who are position by the people, upon a certain Haw Many Hare We digging and cleaning bedrock while Hundreds of dollars have been put platform, and bound by certain pledges h TKs Cnaij. some one else is not only getting in the into circulation by the Garrard Co. tob- and poor man that he is, tempted by A dispatch from Danville ..,, !, proceeds of their toil,but all the credit acco growers, and the great imm-ove- this splendid offer, he is too careful of records show that there n inn or the work. ment which has been made in the qual- his own honor and integrity, too mn. dogs in Boyle county upon which taxes scious of his promises to the people to ity and color, together with a loose leaf were not paio. xhe dogs were The Mt. Vernon Commercial Club has house will make this section one of the accept any position that would prevent but the owners have failed tn assessed, , n. resolvad itself into a Boone Way Boost- most valuable in the him from infilling these promises. The State. the tax required by law. All thesedogs er Band, for the purpose of pushing result is this great personal sacrifice, Husband killing episodes may be nec which he voluntarily makes, nntnritt.1 wui ue siuea as required by law. The H through Congross a bill to appropiate a court will probably set anart a dv of sufficient amount to construct a nat- essary, but they are hard on a town. standing the accepting of the position execution when the canines will be Bhot. ional highway from Cumberland Gap to A few days ago a man told us that he would result financial Any oi tne dogs will be given away to H Crab Orchard. The whole of Garrard had a splendid position offered him in himself. citizens who will volunteer to pay the Co. has resolved itself into a Loose an adjoining town, when we asked him All honor to Wes Zanone. would that taxes. As there are quite a number of Leaf Warehouse) for th nurooso of why he didn't accent itherenied.""Men there were more like him. Snrh keeping some of our money at home. don't Lave no showing in that town". are needed, men who place the welfare Wrd dogs in the lot, it is likely that wese win oe saved from the slaughter. Read Hudson & Hughes advertisement on 3rd page its a money saver. 30H IkIMIH ji n..i. d recc-mend- ed, . i;n v v vv "Z '-- riiimnii nrnr, i y - j.- - .gOtt jrC (' t stum ini'i SSSS2S2X2 n rinV nn ifii-firar- '"Tin ! -, ,. - awr.1 lfctf5tH6K-&WrHfftaAH- " ifrfrfr4ifrfriieHtas I am after your Spring Clothing Business with the best line of w PURE WOOL SUITS ever brought to Lancaster at K r X a a ! 0&$O54HMHM3S58OsaO sio.oa JAS w s 15.00 ?i3S333xs8$o0$-o;efc- AND 325.00 wxgggms3S&&2si& i I believe in the All Wool Way for the Clothing Business and am PARTICULAR to see that my customers get Pure Wool Cloth in their Clothing. Try me for your Spring Suit. WEWSK9SWK2VS9H5rgl3 7 SMITH, House osssijooa4isis5ss Of Quality t - sws9S'?K9S9n9sn5:w::';i:uHcK p candidate who would get office upon stitutional, and will be found so. At Father of Our Country" was, and each . The Water tower stands 178 feet from Loose Leaf Tobacco Market In Lancaster commodious Loose Leaf Tobacco Warepersonality alone has little to recom- least, I can see no harm in taking a succeeding anniversary should be treated . the ground to the toy of the ball which house somewhere within the confines of Assumes Tangtble Shape, And Its crowns the cover. The next Street mend him to a thoughtful people. chance. There have been many mis- with more and more reverence. the. city of Lancaster. incorporated. Do YOU want to h Ip in this enterSince the days of Washington his Fair which comes around and carries a In several preceeding county elec- leading statements made, and publish$1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Construction Before The Martions, the most prominent issue in the ed, with reference to the bill which I offspring has grown into quite a lusty "High Diver" will not find itnecessary prise? You may. they need you, cowe minds of the people has been the en- sought for so long to get out of com- infant, and when we look at this great, to rig a ladder for the jump. in and subscribe for stock. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. keting Of Another Crop thrifty and populous country for which forcement of the criminal laws. Local mittee. A workman on the watertower looked R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. he with his hardy followers underwent Attractive Window To A Mere Man. issues will differ in different counties. Is Almost AsJUSTICE TO THE STATES. so many hardships, we should feel all down on the quiet town below, and wa3 This sentiment for the enforcement of One of the most attractive windows Some people may be sincere in be- the more like reverencing his memory. heard to exclaim: "In the midst of Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., the laws has been so well molded in sured. I Mull Matter. as Second-Claslieving the bill goes so far as to interwe have seen for sometime is the one in peace we are in danger". Just wait We have known many illustrious men, the minds of the people that all candipersonal privfere with the until we get our tobacco warehouse, The building of a loose leaf tobacco i at Davidsons tnd Doty "a. We don't Member Kentucky Press Association dates are fully aware that the people ilege but they are simply mistaken. If men who have immortalized themselves Mr Workman, and we will show you a warehouse in Lancaster id rapidly re - know what the ladies think about it. but eyes of their country-men- , as in the demand a peacpable and orderly county and solving itself into a bu3inss3 proposition j when a man is tired and hungry it is here, and that a rigid and impartial the various States are to be permitted great general in time of war and as great hustling town. Eighth District Publishers league. and is assuming tangible shape, and tha i irresistible. Large roasts, small roast. enforcement of the law is the only way to make laws which shall be effective statesmen in time of peace, but there More Fine Fowls. prospects of its erection becomes j roasts of every kind, and then big thkK to insure such a condition. But since as to the confines of these States there has never been and never can be but can be no harm in providing a Federal one Washington. He released from the juicy beefsteaks that are uithin tie Ky., February 21, 1913. Lancaster, our community is in such a state we do Garrard county people are rapidly brighter every day. Last week a committee composed of poor mans means but look like they not expect to hear so much about this law which will prevent some one out- yoke of English thralldom this great turning their attention to the raising of in the progress of the campaign. There side these States violating them with country, made it free, made it possible fine fowls. Judge A. D. Ford is the Messrs Ale- -. Walker, L. G. Davidson were intended for the rich mans take. Rates For Political Announcements has been such an increase in the impunity. It is a matter of simple to become one of the sovereign natiuns latest devoter, his fancy running to the and Rev. F. M. Tinder, went to Carlis Mr R. B. Wilkerson handles a btiteh-- r justice to the commonwealths having of the earth, paved the way that other White Orpinjjton strain. He recently le to inspect the houses at that place cleaver with the same ease and grao a For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 amount of tax funds required in the local option statutes." men might become great and his purchased from the Lewis Haggin farm and to gather what information they fairy does a wand and whenever you a A last ten or fifteen years and in view of por County Offices 10.00 The limitations of the bill will be a memory should occupy the leading place in Lexington two fancy cockerels, also might in order that they might work in for it he can hand jou out a steak that 15.00 the fact that there has been so little disappointment For State and District Offices will to many of its advo- in the heart and mind of every true two of the Kellerstrass about this feature of county strain from a an intelligent manner toward the con- pays melt in your mouth. He says it 10 said Calls, per line For to advertise and then come across government since the increased amount cates who had hoped that it would go American citizen. struction of the home plant. The peoRichKaisas City party and one from 10 For Cards, per line with the goods. of tax collected it would be quite nat- - further and prohibit the- - shipment of mond. The five handsome birds which ple of Carlisle gave them a cordial reFor all publications in the interJural that the people should be making liquor into dry territory for any purElsewhere in this issue of the Re- he has added to his pens cost him a ception and furnished them every availest of individuals or expresThe Beach Trial. some inquiry along this line. With pose. cord will be found a communication neat sum, the fggregate of which goes able information that could be desired, sion of individual views, per As far as we are locally concerned this view of the situation we believe from a representative of the U. S. so high the Judge is unwilling to men- and the committee came home, not only line .10 When only two or three percent of the limitation of the measure will con- Government asking an expression from tion it. He has also purchased one of with a valuable information in regard Obituaries, per line .05 that the PARAMOUNT ISSUE IN siderably lessen its usefulness. Every the people as to the best method of the latest model 400 egg incubators and to the construction of a loose market, murderers, with every evidence against THE COUNTY ELECTION WILL BE them, are not convicted in this country, .THE QUESTION OF TAXATION. person who receives a shipment of li- handling a government apportionment expects to engage extensively in poultry but very favorably impressed with the how could a prosecuter have hoped to We are authorized to announce the People generally think that taxes are quor will as a matter of course get it for the building or upkeep of roads. It raising. advantages to be received therefrom. convict a man of cutting his wife's louowwg candidates tor democratic hteh. but we know that we pav large "for his personal use", and the burden is only a matter of time when we shall The farmers and growers of the throat when the wife sat beside him in Nominations. taxes. In this city and county the rate will be upon the local authorities to have the assistance of the National West. county who are interested in this move- loving attitude to say he did not. has reached the limit fixed in the con- show that the person receiving the Government in the construction and Mr. John K West is dead. The ment and who are desirous of taking The Beach case attracted attention For State Senator. stitution, and the amount is not suf- shipment is NOT getting it for his per- maintenance of our roads, and it is denews came as a shock, notwithstanding stock in the proposed warehouse, are not only because of the wealth and ficient to meet the public demand and sonal use. Of course it will cut off the sired to get together all the necessary the fact he has been known to be criti- urgently requested to come in and give prominence of the parties but to see CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. a raise in the assessment value of "blind tiger" operators, such people as facts, and the consensus of the opinion cally ill for several days. He passed in their subscription, as it is not desir- how a trial would be conducted when Of Boyle County. property is constantly made, in order arc known to engage in this traffic, of the people interested as to the best quietly to rest at his home on Rich- ed to exclude any farmer who i3 inter- the star witness for the prosecution but as has been the case in the past, method of handling the matter, in anto meet the expenses. For Representative. mond street in this city at 8 o'clock ested. It is but natural that neighbor- by the side of the defendent and held new ones will spring into existence ticipation of the actual appropriation. Wednesday morning, peacefully, quiet- ing towns that have loose leaf markets, his hand and swore that an unknown The people will not stand burdensome who ; have not heretofore dabbled in the JOHN M. FARRA. If you have given the matter of our and who are fully cognizant of the negro came out of the darkness and taxation without complaint unless the traffic, and this will be a source of road3 any thought, let us have an ex- ly, as he had lived, surrounded by those R. MOUNT. purposes for which the funds are used J. who were nearest and dearest to him. enormous value of the Garrard county slashed her throat. What could a jury continuous annoyance to the officers. pression of your views on the subject. crop, and the immense value to their do with such a case but what they dki? appears beneficial in proportion to the Within the last few years all of these Just write a letter to the Record giv Mr. West had been in feeble health for For County Judge. sums collected. While the duties of the last two years, but only last week towns of it being marketed with them, Next to "all the world loving a lover", offenders have become known to the ing expression to your views as to the some officials to be elected deals directwas he compelled to take his bed. He would be averse to the erection of a they love a married couple who have CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. officers and have been so closely watchbest manner of handling the road ques had been subject to severe attacks of market in Lancaster, and would throw kissed and made up. ly with the levy, collection and disJAMES A. BEAZLEY. ed that their operations were reduced tion, and send it in not later than cold water on th"e scheme at every optribution of the tax fund, we shall not to the minimum, and with this class March 1st. The letters are not for stomach trouble for some time, and as discuss the personality of any such On To His Job. the Record went to press last week he portunity and wonld place every obstacFor Sheriff. the new law will prove a help, but publication, but will be mailed to Mr, le in the way of its candidate for a county office to the further than this we fail to see where Bourne in accordance with the request was thought to be recovering from one report in circulationerection. There is a This vear was no exception to the detriment of an opponent, but we do along this line which C. A. ROBINSON. but he took a turn for the worse and will be of material benefit to this im- contained in his letter. deem it to the interest of our readers it ASHBY ARNOLD. for the past week his life has been we are loath to believe, we are not in- rule of Saint Valentine being on to his mediate community. and justice to ourselves to analyze the clined to believe that they would go job. From the number of boxes of W. L. LAWSON. practically despaired of. candy and flowers we saw going the We have received a copy of Mr. Rich issues that are and should be raised W. S. CARRIER. Mr. West was 89 years of age last that far in order to deprive Garrard We think of Russel Sage thriftily and mond Pearson Hobson's speech entitled September. He wa3 born and reared county of that which she so badly need3, rounds Friday, to say nothing of and leave it to the judgment of the love missives, we could see voters to select the candidate he pre- savingly increasing his hoard for eighty "The Great Destroyer" which was de- in Garrard county, and perhaps enjoy- - and what she IS GOING TO HAVE. For County Attorney. d Congress. e'd aa wide acquaintance as anv man in ' Kumor has It that a certain well known the young people were not bothered fers to carry out the principle. In years to eight million dollars, and also livered in the G. B. SWINEBROAD. complying with the public demand, we hoarding in his silent soul the thought The speech deals with the liquor traffic, the county, and to say that one was 0arrard county citizen was approached about such weighty questions as whethGREEN CLAY WALKER. expect the candidates to give the peo- that all that wealth should go, after and although largely statistical, is ex- acquainted with him was to say that Dv a representative of a warehouse in er the Governor would throw bis hat in ple their views and we will see the his death, to noble causes which he tremely interesting. He has gathered you were his friend, for he made friends an adjoining town and tendered stock the ring or not, who would be in tha For Jailer. voters better acquainted with public had not the time or ability to execute. statistics showing that 2,000,000,000 of all with whom he came in contact. in that institution to the amount of one Presidents cabinet, or whether Castro affairs when this campaign is ended but which after his genius had amassed gallons of alcoholic beverages were A more kindly hearted man, a man thousand dollars if he would abandon of Venezuela was on or off Ellis Island. JACK ADAMS. the millions, his widow and her ad consumed in the United States in the more considerate of the welfare of his efforts in behalf of the Lancaster mar- It didn't even make any difference to than any previous time. DAVE ROSS. visors would be able to select so that past year, at a cost of about $16,000, fellow man, never existed than Mr. ket. Of course the proposition was them if the mercury did drop into the then his bud of possibility should blos- 000,000. The efforts of "the Hero of John K. West; rich and poor, high and indignantly refused, and the gentleman subcellar or if the Atlantic ocean did For Assessor. The Record has ever been a staunch som out into grand achievment of the Merrimac" have always been given low, black and white, from the small- is more enthusiastic in behalf of the sprinkle the east coast. advocate of the temperance cause, and We enjoyed seeing it all because we DAVE C. SANDERS. blessings to the world. His way was to the working out of great national est infant in arms to those his equal in home market than ever. No Garrard has welcomed any prohibition law what E. B. RAY. not bad for him; better is the way of problems, and it is largely through his years came in for a kind word and a county man who has a spark of county can remember when we mailed Ircv might be enacted, but we are free to e those who in their lifetime can take efforts that the "Larger Navy" idea is hearty hand shake whenever they pride, who has the interest of his home paper missives to some two J. B. COLLIER. that we are a little W. L. HUFFMAN. comfort in seeing the blossoms and at last becoming a fact. A copy of chanced to meet him. This kindly county at heart, and who believes in or three- - and we pity the man or wom(confess the Webb substitute for the fruit of their benefaction. "The Great Destroyer" has been sent habit, and his lovab'.e and benevolent safeguarding his own interest and that an that does not remember, but having n bill, which passed For School Superintendant. A better way it would be for the to the students of every college and disposition had endeared him to all, of his neighbor,- - would ever think of forgotten now calls such things "silly". IShepherd-Kenyoof the National Congress world all the generous donors were University in the United States, and if if MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. last week and is now up to the Presi- first just, Dr. Anna Shaw, the noted space permits, we will endeavor to and many will be the tear that will be being induced by a monetary consideration to abandon any scheme that was Jndge Hardin Delivers Elaborate Charge shed at the news of his death. dent for his signature. It is .not so far suffragette leader in a recent lecture print it in full sometime in the future. Mr. West wa3 a splendid citizen, al- calculated to promote the welfare of reaching as we had imagined, and does For Magistrate. To Grand Jury At Opening Of said, "all the sins of of the Standard ways active for the uplift of the com- his own country, if he did, and thereby not as fully cover the ground as we Oil 1st District. should be forgiven for the work Wilson will munity, especially It is said President-elec- t proves a traitor to his home county.his had hoped. However, half a loaf is so in educational afStanford Court. JOHN N. WHITE. that John D. Rockefeller, Jr., doing announce his cabinet not sooner than fairs. He served as County Superin home people and to himself, he had better than none, and while the meas- against the white slave traffic."is WALTON E. MOSS. "Does March 4. The "know alls", however, tendent of Schools better sell his interests here, pack up Judge Hardin in his charge to the ure will not prove of material assisof the county for 25 SHIPTONH. ESTES. she stop to think that there would be say William J. Bryan will be secretary years. tance locally, we are inclined to the He had been a member of the bag and baggage and move to to the grand jury at the opening of the LinDAVIS SUTTON. less of this traffic to relieve if gener of state, Congressman Henry of Texas Baptist church for 75 years, and dur- county who encompassed his disgrace. coln Circuit Court on last Monday, add belief that it will prove of vast benefit ous donors had first been just, that will be attorney general, A. Wilson ing 2nd District. Legitimate opposition upon the part ed another feature to the splendid all that time there had never been in other localities, and for which we much of this wealth accumulated by Palmer of Penn. will be secetary of any step CHARLES C. BECKER. think it was intended. Take for in taken for the promotion of of our neighbors we expect and wel- charge which he has been accustomed the has come not only treasury, Josephus Daniels of North the welfare of the TAYLOR T. BURDETT. stance Memphis, we know that it was church, or for the come, it is self preservation upon their of late to give to his grand juries The from a violation of theJGolden Rule, but Carolina will be postmastergeneral. It LOGAN ISON. the custom of dealers in that city to moral uplift of the community, but part, but it cannot be successfully pit late instruction, and to our minds one from the principals of morality. No, a is beyond the ken of mortal mind to say buy whiskey, case goods, in car load that he was found taking an active ted against the great home interest to of the best he has ever given, relates thousand times no, we do not think a who gets "Wince" Wisemans place. which our people are becoming awaken- to the common law offense of "obstructpart. lots, under the Webb Act it will be imson can wipe out the sins of a father possible for them to obtain it in this Mr. West married Miss Mary A. ed, and the warehouse in Lancaster is ing justice", an offense which has been The Paraaoant Issne. Even manageries are feeling the with a few paltry dollars. We do not manner, or with their reputation esMiddleton on Nov. 28th, 1854, and it going to be built, despite the efforts to allowed in a measure to go Unheeded The August Primary is now less than tablished as illegal purveyors, it will be believe in the theory of "tainted effect of high cost of living, says the has been but a few years since she the centrary of any man or set of men, heretofore, but under the rigid instructsix months ahead. Any person who impossible for them to secure interstate money" not being usea for a good pur keeper of a Chicago Zoo. Elephants preceded him to the Great Beyond. He either at home or abroad. ions of Judge Hardin will now come in pose, ms way is good ior mm and we have gone up. a first clas3 one costing is has an ambition to serve the people shipments. survived by four children, Mrs. Jeff There is not a man in Garrard county for considerable attention. The offense should be grateful for his generosity, about $5,000 and a rhinoceros costs and possesses the legal qualification Dunn of Lexington Ky., Mrs. T. H. that can successfully combat the state referred to consists in outsiders doing We have not been able to secure a may be a candidate in this election, copy of the measure as yet, but the but justice shown the father would $7,000 and a giraffe costs twice as much Campbell of Tazewell Va. and Misses ment and the fact that Garrard county certain things, such for instance as getfree of all cost. As it is "a free for following extract from an interview have been far better than generosity as last year. Just our luck, but the Bane and Lucy West of this place. needs a loose leaf warehouse. There ting witnesses out of the way of the ouncumen may buy them tor us all," candidates will be numerous in with Rep. Webb of North Carolina, shown by the son. Funeral services were conducted at may be some that would make such a grand jury, seeking to get other wit, in the golden age we sometimes this as well as most every county who is the author of the bill:- the Baptist church, the church he loved statement, though we doubtit, but they nesses before that body that their evidream of, "when all men', good shall throughout the state. The new law "Under n.y bill, if a person living in be each man's rule, and universal peace Col. Theodore Roosevelt and Mrs. so well; and of which he had so long cannot maintain that position, the facts dence might counteract the probability places the election in the hands of the a 'dry' State desires to have liquor lie like a shaft of light across the Roosevelt have made known the been a member, at 2:30 o'clock Thurs are too strongly against them. One of indictments being fcund in certain people. The results justify the deepshipped to him for personal, or family, land", then no man will be so wealthy engagement of .their daughter, Miss day afternoon, .by Rev. O. P. Bush. crying fact, one that cannot be disput instances, and doing divers and various est interest, for who will be the public use, he may do so, Ethel, to Dr. Richard Derby of New assisted by Rev. S. H. Pollitt and Eld, ed, is this, that within the last five things intended to place obstacles in the and it servants of your county for the next ped. But the operator cannot be stop that he will oppress his fellowman and York and from Washington comes the t . M. Tinder, alter which the remains years, during the prevalence of the way of the finding of indictments and if four years will be selected on this day. seeks to get whisky for of a blind tiger no man so weak that he will need the rumor that Miss Helen Taft maybe the were followed by a vast concourse of good prices for tobacco, there has been thwarting justice. Those who have illegal sale he kind of donations this young man is have doubtless noticed Oar readers sorrowing friends to the Lancaster enough money spent away from home been accustomed to do these things had thirteenth White House bride. estopped from this. In giving full giving. that those candidates who have taken is cemetery, where they were placed at by farmers who have hauled their to best cease their efforts in that directeffect to the State law, it provides that the people into their confidence through liquor The land of bull fights, of hottomolle rest beside 'his loving helpmeet, who bacco away for want of a home market, ion lest they themselves fall under the sent into a 'dry' State1 the columns of the Record have given purposes may be seized anjl for illegal Tomorrow is George Washington's and chile con came is having a hot had preceded him, there to await the to erect a warehouse in Lancaster sec- - ban of the law. confiscated. Birthday, and so much has been said ' much more space to the policies that oad to none in the state. Judge Hardin also instructed the coming of the Resurrection Morn. time in the old town. "No one who does not want liquor and written on the subject that the than, to any will govern them if elected The farmers of the county, the very grand jury to give an account of the There has perhaps never occured a HPl.ii, -. reader nas grown l !iMi4i.!itii tired of hearing of it, w, mu mam.o tn sent to a 'dry' State in violation of loSalesmen wanted to look after our death in Lancaster that has been the bone and sinew of the county, are clam conditions of the various county instituDersoniu iimuuutuuju us' more efficient county officers and , cal State law can objectto my measure. but nevertheless it is one that should interest in Garrard and adjacent coun- - occasion of more general regret than oring for a home market, and their cry tions, the county offices etc. and to better county government We be-- In preserving the integrity of the State J not be neglected, for with the lapse or ties. Salary or commission. Address that of Mr. West, and all classes join will be heard, and before the coming of make written reports to him of what lieve tnai IDIB will oe u cauiiMigti of laws and giving them effect I believe I , time we come more and more to recog- The Harvard Oil Co. Cleveland. Ohio, in the deepest condolence to the be- - the first day of next October, we verily I they accomplished during their delibera jssues rather than of personalities. A am offering a measure which is con- -' nize what a good and great man, the'2t - pd. believe you will see a handsome andjtions. reaved family. The Central Record st lace-trimm- Sixty-Secon- multi-millionai- re any-way- ' -- mw - J V- - v. . - X Section M0.1 TWENTY TH1SD YEAH. THE CEJNTHAJL JSw j&FJfo I-fcECoRb a- NUMBKR PURE RELIGION UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY ANJJ GOOD G0VEIIXMES1. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913. 40. ggsssjts? 9 m&8&x833&&x&2&&z&a&3&m&!gm&& !H?It RRSPih ajRw wafTsrn HP ELD Shu "ss 'stt ivn p - Our Warehouse contains a complete stock of the gnriL E3KS1 HB carefully selected from the Toledo, LouisWtM m m iH?k ville and Cincinnati markets, and a call will convince you that you could do no better if you went personally to these markets and select your seed, for we know you want THE BEST and our place is THE PLACE to find the best Oats, Clover, Timothy, Orchard and We Guarantee Obelisk and A - 1 Purity Blue Grass Seeds. Is not no to please you, or your money will be refunded. this a safe investment. Take a barrel. You run no risk. 1 PhOne 26 Phone 26. 0gfftgff0Btggtsssssfis'ii30iti& ma03jmiMttsMmwzmjwr3a&&3 issssamstesamfasiB&ssttgmi ooooooaoooo I ! I y 1 That Paik. War And Rumors Of War. liberality. Th.? rally ot all these ing music costs and more, to breathe Womans Club. For Loss of Hair churche th.- - fh n Sunday in March is into the life of childhood and youth ai Mrs. J. E Robinson President We can't find time for this and that, These have bnen momentous days i i an ii..,ortant' We will pav for what you use If '. department Womans Club. pmong the Disciplis. j i reverence that need not be dogmatic, a We don't have time for dinners, Rea!l "93" "llalr Tonic does not Mexican history, and the troubled rule "" I'AViTt l?m!li r fif now mi'dautnDri.ia religion that need not be sectaiian. j promote ths growth of your hair. We mav not have time to go to church, of President Madero scenes to have A Tiu Uomnni 'u!i Elitl jwiH ,,robably be sent out to the fciJa' Jq The City Council. a human Patriotism is devotion with Though we may all be sinners. In all onr Piperienco with hair nearly reached it3 end. Nothing j ti,js vear tnni"3 the one that hai done mot to christening, it idealizes almost denies i We have carefully considered the pe- - But we ca" always spare an hour, Madero! T.HnPt !nt.t?M,.,irw.,.i,.,-;iter could be expected of the in our rouSdonce is Ilciall "93" "America" in the ones country. From business or from a lark, liair Tonic. We havo such Government, since Madero himself was j hi held in Toronto. Ontario, The Mission Of Music In Public Schools. schools sentiment tition of the Womans Club, and of the To work and ma,;e suggestions. makes October, faith in it that we want Civic Department, and the suggestions a revolutionist, having succeeded in 19U A large to try it at our risk. If it does attendance is ejected.! Has not the time come when it should impossible. No teaching of history will j for improving and beautifying "the u beautitywg that aati-fyou in every particular, Dot rlrivinrr fh - acrol 11117 fmm ima. cum ,!'.The last convention was "1" &j ' iiwui nek in Louis- -' we will pay far what you no to th bo said, "if music has no specific value do for patriotic sentiment what a daily Park; outlining briefly, but fully, forcing him into exile. Madero prom- - ville, Ky., October, 1912, a' extent of a 30 day treatment. school song can do. Music has an and more than or definite purpose, no neci ssary place plan as we believe. Nearly all Woman's Club Strike A Snag III Their ised great things and great things were 5,000 were present. If Ruall "9.T' ITair Toaio 4oei mission. It makes intellect-- 1 feasible in education, and in the affairs of the mini if, expected of the new Government, as are practical at tne saj, nt remove da th hair reHeva faHin? dispense with it?" world we ual activity graceful and refreshing. oi uiese pians irritation. etoj from Efforts To Beautify The Park In The present all of them at Diaz had been rated as a cruel Czar ami !rornoto n in- Rrowth of hair, Dr. M. B. White BmL If it has these things, if it is necess- The old idea was that nothing was come bark to us and aak ua to return an early day. and the backwardness of the country ary in education, in social conditions tellectual that did not come hard. AH th) money nu pa.d fori' , and e w8I Shape Of Telephone And Electric Dr. M. IJ. Whit- -, who practiced 1. The iron fence, around the park had been attributed to his unprogre&s-ivens- s. prT'ptlv l.an'l it !'cic to yon. You ririllittirr Hi it tifnC nr Pnil ics iilI and in religious worship, let us rise to litf veterinary surgery in Ilarrcdsburg for rtou t ?n anything. jromiso any!c a tnm.f can "e removed, at any time without v. vthe digi.ity of true educators and as- tu; c Light Poles. thing, bring arr, thins bark, or in any I' j Foreigners are said to be in great several years, did at Hazel On en last detriment of the Park, as it is now vyoUjsst:?yriurlf. Isn't that foil r is, and then frictionless electricitj, even wireless certain what music's place danger and U. S. warships have been week from an attack of acute ir.digesttor, kept and used. The material of the Dofwn't It Mam I to reason that w make it our imperative duty to see that telegraphy are symbolic of mental acThe members of the WomensClub" hastened would sot imke such a liberal offer fence should be sold for tl e benefit of to Mexican ports. Mr. Tuft aged seventy two jears. Burial at his j no longer permit tion. When a mind snaps, when the upon the it has its place, and waited if we did D'.t truly belira thai City Council has long withstood pressure He is the enterprise. for inter old 'home at FlemingsbOTj:. Ifexall "!" Hair Tonic will do all it- - indifferent r.nd disrespectful treat- nerves are prostrate, v. lien the brain on last Monday night with the very j 2. The electric and telephone poles, vention, but through it all he has never survived by a wife and two daughters. Haim for it that it will do all ment. It is slowly being recognized by fags there has been a wrong use. Muslaudable request that they be given' ir.at i,; Harrodsburg ilerskl. anl morn than any other remedy? m.- :.... i.: can be removed at little expense, and all that music, to have any real justifi- ic rightly taught does for mental develWe have e erythins there is a deDr. White resided in Lancaster for .a at no inconvenience, except that in- control of the "park", and a small do- -l frllits nf infprrontinn imf mand for. and aro able to judje th cation, must be allowed its propershare opment than the mystic sj mbols of alnation to assist in making it present- - may yet be several years where be practiced hia wa'rfa ta of the things we eell. Cusvolved in the removal, they will be of a lom, ln in the fuimation of character, and in gebra or the planting of Greek roots in ' tomer trB m of their sufcej. There the same service after removal as now. able, all of which the City Council, lives of many Amerirans either lost or profession, that of a Veterinary. d r M uer of Rexall the training of the generation of to- brain soil. It is not enough that the ciear threatened and international feeling The plan we recommend, is this; Re3" Tonic than any tiaul morrow. school sings, it must know what it Mr. Burfefc h Toot. 10 uo so, we oeneve win De inclined to preparation wa sell. move the pole of one system and reset engendered from the old world. This Of course a man may become a sings, why and how. The public school grant, in fact Mayor Logan indicated Ptart a treatment of Retail "9V Mr. George I'uniette, of Louisville, or a prominent politician with- has as a phase of its mission to teach it at the outer south edge, the other at as much to them Monday night. But nation is fortunate in having a states- Hiir Tonic todiy. If do. we lx!ieve you will thank in for this j man as calm as Mr. Taf t at the helm. arrived in this place Wednesday after"divina fire" the possibilities of music, to teach the the outer north edge, of the, concrete a bomb shell was exploded in out having a spark of the adwee. Twowze bottle. 50e and il. their in his composition; he may make cor- Psalms of Israel, of the masters and the walk. This will preserve the present midst when it came to a question of If within the closing days of his ad- noon. He is traveling in the interest You can Iwy Rexall "J1" Hair Tonla l.nowing anything at all master pieces. It is a crime against alignment of the wires, north and removing the poles of the Light Co. ministration he is driven to embroil of the Cential Life Insurance Com pany-Th- is la this community only at our store: ners without is comparatively a new company. ' about counterpoint but in the main heaven and earth to teach of the war- south. A slightly different alignment and a representative of each of those this country with Mexico, we will at R. E. McRCBERTS & SON least know and believe he did all with- - but the record it is making is limply keeps the world going is charact- riors and their triumphs and not teach east and west will be necessary but concerns was present and gave what it as Kentucky Zko 'ftre&H Stort wonderful. At the rate they are writ- Lsnc.i.-ste-r er. Mubic does much for the disposi- of men like Mendelsshon, Bethoven, will require no additional poles. New their opinion that it would cost a much in his power to avert disaster. ing insurance they will write ten million TVTe it a IlrxJI 'tore in nearly er?ry tows tion and character, it provides recrea- Mozart, Wagnor and Schubert, the poles, however, of ornamental iron greater sum than either the ladies or Canada ant United ed dollars this year. Mr. Burdette is Vice Oteaieitv ia the Tnera isState--different Itexall iMtaia. a tion and utilizer leisure, it may be a story of whose lives is more facinating should be substituted for the present or the council had ever imagined A Prosperous Religious Cody. to ordinary lxunan ill ltomedr fr r wooden poles now in use. The owners President of the company and is regard limitiess blessing to the home; the than those of Zenophon or Caesar. tjeiffnetl for the particular ill each, especial! make the changes. ed bv those postid in life insurance us far whir-- it reoo(ni4ddd. church could hardly exist w ithout it. What is wanted in the public school is of the two systems can well afford to One of the most vigorous and rapidly However, Mr. Walker of the Light Ths Rexall Stard are America Cxattfc make these changes, and we believe one of the best posted irven in Kentuc The child taught to discriminate between the study of music for the Diu-unStor U). spoke very fair indeed upon the growing religious bodies in America is music and vulgar noise will not be musical. We are far from having at- will cheerfully do so; they are citizens subject, and told both the ladies and ' the "Christian Church," or Discinles ky. Danville Me3s.enger. of The City, and, as much as any of Mr. Burdett is well known in'Lancaa-ter- , tempted by the trashy shows that are tained such a pitch as that every one the council that he would investigate i of Cnrist- - In about one hundred years The Test. having for many years been a perhaps the worse curse that afflicts knows and loves real music; but let it us, interested, in its betterment; and the matter further and Our notion of tact la keeping a friend if it could be th's comlTunio:i has come to number a resident and business man at this place. besides they have had the free use of poor and the weak. the lite of the rnill,on and a quarter in this country ever be remembered that its study en- the Park saW friend has purchased an au. He is a brother-in-lafor their purposes for many done with anything lik'e reasonable alone, and there Daily contact with good music is sure of Mrs. John after tomoWte. Atchison Globe. nobles and elevates character, is not years. are tens of thousands W. Miller. co3t, he would remove his nole. and to beget love for it and appreciation of only soul enlarging but soul saving and 3. The trees can. and should be re- - furthermore that it was his desire to in otner Iands like England, Scotland, the diverso manifestations of its power is therefore a great benefit to the "- moved at the proper time, the Club to assist the ladies in their very laudable j Scandinavia, Australia Japan. China, Rev. Henry Faulconer Conducts Successful and beauty. What then is the mission Pars Atr on the Ss3. dividual as well as the community. judge as to the proper time and at the efforts in every possible way. The ' India Philippine Islands and Africa. of our schools.? If it is to teach childMeeting In Lancaster Pa. T"rt3 have shown thai the air In the expense of the City; they are of no Bastin Telephone Co. had nothing to The Un!te(J States census reports show ren how to read, write and cipher, then erotrdod sleeping quarters oi modern practical value, and generally, are far say further than to state their opinion ' .that this PeoPle ranks among the first Park Improvement. The Lancaster (Pa.) New Era of the warships i3 purer than in barracks or it can be done in two years when the from ornamental. The Council should of the relative cost and trouble incident in the Percentage of growth. They 10th inst gives the following account child is eleven and twelve years of age, cverass residences ashore. I have a large number of colleges, and Lancaster, Ky. February 14th, 1913, provide the water pipe and plug, as to the removal of thn nnln and complimentary notice of a meeting and the country can reduce its 420,000 suggested. Now Mr. Walker, or his lighting ' these institutions are growing and being conducted Improvement. teachers to less than 100,000 and turn Subject:-Par- k by Rev. Henry .Faul-- ,' Their ministry numbers no coner 4. We believe the council can, and company has a contract with the town, prosperous Usurer Prcperly Punished. in mat city: over three fourths of the school money To the Mayor and City Council. less than six thousand, and some of the Tive years In prison and a fino of should, appropriate the sum of $200.00 and probably some rights as to the lo"Yesterday was one of the greatest to politicians in the sewer, street and Gentlemen:-I- t is universally agreed to be used as needed, and we are sure cation 15,000 marks was the punishment inof his poles, we are not posted ablest preachers in A 'iierica are to be days that Memorial Presbyterian flicted in Munich on a man convicted po.ice departments; but if it is expect- and is altogether desirable that some found in their pulpits. that this amount can be paid out of as to this, but we do know that he is Church has ever had, if not the great- of usury- - Ho rented houses, and exed that the schools can in eight years substantial and pleasing improvement This religious body has placed before current revenues, without detriment to entitled to and will receive due conest. Never in the memory of the old acted up to 330 per cent a year of his teach all children to read fluently, to be made in the central part of the pub- other demands on our resources. sideration at the hands of both the itself a great task. Its standards are est member have such scenes been "victims. spv.li all words correctly, perform all lic square popularly known as "The This proposed snterprise, is so ladies and the council, but as to the high. They seek to restore the New witnessed. Strong men women and examples accurately, and solve all Park". church in unity and will be of such lasting benefit, in Bastin Telephone Co.," they are oc- Testament children stood up bcllly in all the problems promptly for the rest o'" life, Its location demands treatment that manv wavs. nnnpnls sn fnrnihlw tn ha cupying the park, as well as other ordinances, and teaching, and life and services and accepted Christ as their . then, 1 beg to submit it will never be will appeal to the artistic as well as to' ;d of ... wo ro places in the town, simply on suffer- spirit. They have made a valuable personal Saviour. The Lord has promdone in eight or eighteen years unless the financial sense of the citizens of ommend that, the suggestions of the ance, they have no semblance of a contributions to the growing sentiment ised to attend the preaching of the the Lord repents ot the way he has our town. Womans Club, be endorsed and their franchise, do not claim to have and for Christian union, which is so rapidly word with the baptism 1 of the Holv made man ai.d breathes a new life into We the members of the civic depart views carneu , out. UDnortunitv is could be forced to remove their poles spreading everywhere. They stand for Spirit, and He certainly revealed himthe children of men. loo much time ment of the Womans Club desire to i,,1t; , 23 Pale-face- d, civic ideals and place inportant emphasis tua fl"f This on very short notice. weak, and self yesterday in this church. There m on lundamentals is almost as bad as j understand this public improvement be 'the ,a3t Respectfuliy sub. We are heartily in favor of some upon real temperance reform. The late were crowds at all the services. Rev. psi Shaky women who suffer none at all; to practice is all right, to and respectfully submit for your con- - mitted A n improvements being made to the park, Rev. Sam P. Jones, the every day with womanly H. N. Faulconer. the Kentucky evanOne sideration the following suggestions: drill is no bore in school or out. Wm. Herndon Committee, in fact we believe everyone is, and the evangelist, said he never saw a preacher gelist, preached four times. weakness need the help never drills on a piano, she practices. The city have removed the iron fence Lancaster February 15th., 1913. ladies if they can have their way, will among this people that did not ringclear ' of a gentle tonic, with While all the services were great, " The senseless magnifying of the three enclosing the plot of ground, turn the question. Their the mass meeting for men and boys in certainly make these improvements, on the temperance a building action on the K s makes schools that can only hoiu same over to the ladies who will sell it Program To Be Given At Kengarlan Hotel and we hope that the entire matter membership includes a number of men the afternoon, vhen here were fully womanly system. If you are children by meant, of a compulsory and use the proceeds in this improve-schomay be adjusted without working an in public life like Speaker Champ Clark, 250 there, and the service in the evenweak you need Cardui, law, that expression is an indict- - j ment. Friday February 21st. of Missouri; United States Senator Ol- ing, when standing room was at a preinconvenience to anyone. the woman's tonic, because Have the Lancaster Electric Comment of a school system that drillt ail iver, of Pennsylvania, and others. It mium, people being compelled to sit Cardui will act directly on 1 Roll Call Famous Soprano Singers. life and spirit out of many cl.i'diyi: pany and the Bastin Telephone Com will be remembered that President on the cause of your trouble. the pulpit platform, and every place Joy Ride A While. One mission of public school music is t' pa.iy remove all poles now standing in 2 Paper Song Writers as Benefac- Garfield was a leading ard active where room might be found, will no Cardui has a record of tors fiJIumanity Miss Dean. wipe that word compulsory, uLt ci tim park from the square. member in this body. Instead of keeping trouble more than 50 years of doubt long be remembered. There Lord is My Shepherd sellout laws. You ca-- i never get music Remove all tr.e tree3 now standing in The Disciples of Christ are a strong were eighty-fiv- e In your sad employ, success. It must be good. decisions for Christ Mrs. L. N. Miller. into school, nor znjt'iing else ihat is the park. and an aggressive missionary body, at the different services, and 120 Put an auto on the highyvay aglow with lite, until educators talk of Run a suitable size water pipe to the PART 2. both home and foreign. Their strong- church members redcdicated themAnd have a whirl with joy! education as a fojutain and not as a center of the plot and plug same. 1 Famous Song Composers of the est organization is probably the For- selves to the Lord. foundation. Donate not less than $200 to the im19th and 20th centuries... Miss Denny. Hope Rev. Faulconer preaches the word She Does Not Meet The Fate Of eign Christian Missionary Society, with What is the real, vital mission of the provement fund. of Schubert. Mrs. Robert Elkin headquarters in Cincinnati. Thi3 plainly; but powerfully. No one can public school? Is it not to do for the In return we propose to imDrove the 3 Song Hark, hark, the Lark. Society conducts missions in foreign misunderstand him. He uses no clapHer Namesake. children as a whole what they will find, site along the lines indicated in the (Schubert) Miss Leavell. lands, Japan, China, India, Africa, etc. trap methods, nor is there a particle all in all, beneficial through life, not plans and specifications herewith sub- 4 Duet Serenade (Schubert) Tonic No human being in Lancaster ever The membership in the foreign fields of sensationalism in anything he says. simply in business, but in the home and mitted and is a part of this proposition Misses Cochran and Johnson. escaped a nickname, and as ever human has about doubled in the past decade. It is Jesus Christ and Him crucified Airs. Effie Graham, of in society, in enjoying life as well as and agreement, which according to 5 Life Sketch of Liza Lehman being has already been supplied, they The Society supports 99 schools and all the time. The Gospel, with its being able to live, in getting genuine closest estimates we have obtained Willard, Ky., says: "I Mrs. Ross Bastin. have now turned to other things. For colleges in the foreign fields, with 5,400 purity and simplicity never fails to was so weak 1 could pleasure out of others, and in keeping will cost about 700.00. instance the freight train plying daily students. And besides, it sustains 23 touch men when it is presented aright, part 3. hardly, go. I suffered, For your further careful considera- - 1 youths and adults from going wrong between here and Richmond is known hospitals and as many medical and this was clearly demonstrated on Life Sketch of Stephen Foster nearly every month, for 3 physically, intellectually and morally. tion we would add that to carry out as "Old Henry", named for the latela-mente- d missionaries, and last year 157,000 Sunday. Great times are expected , Miss Walter. years. When I began to School music must be devotional, will our plans the site must bo entirely Henry Lammers, who for years patients were treated. The income of Idnring the week, as the meetings will 2 Song My Old Kentucky Home take Cardui, my back hurt be under any reasonable conditions. It cleared as set out above and graded was the engineer on this run. The big this organization last year was over be continued every night with the Miss Leavell. awfully. I only weighed will inevitably breathe a religious spirit otherwise it wiHbe impossible for us auto-bu-s running between here and and the amount aimed at this ception of Saturday. People are corn-ye3 Musical Contest of Songs of In99 pounds. Not long after, into the day. It is the one phase of re- to finish our improvement in a satisNicholasville has been dubbed by some is $500,000. The first Sunday in ing from all parts of the city, and ternational Popularity. I weighed 115. Now, I ligious activity that does tend to be factory manner. We respectfully ask "The, Titanic", and by that name is the day appointed for all the quently are the pastors wit of other do all my work, and am tion, and if our prop- "The sound of music that is born 'of it has come to be known locally. dogmatic, denominational or sectarian. for immediate We Christian churches to contribute to this churches seen in the audience. The in good health." Begin human breath, In the present skeptical state of the osition in accepted to turn the cleared sincerely hope the machine will not world-wid- e enterprise. Every church services are made more attractive by taking Cardui, today. public mind toward dogmatism and its grounds over to us not later than Come3 straighter from the soul, than meet with such a misfortune as the is invited to give. No doubt the the special singing of a large chorus any strain,. majestic vessel for which she was almost reverential attitude toward the March 25th. churches in this community will choir under the leadership of Mr. C. G. Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird President The hand alone can make". public school, it is worth all the teach- contribute with their characteristic Burton. t7&C OOOOOCOO tk Womans 11 Club vi-- I j i ' i -- ed j "-- - inci y j I . time-certainl- y , n-- ' t . .. ' ' i,,i ' 1 uicjOTitirwsj iii-5- r j-- irly-ever- y i w lau-abl- e, ... I ,, I roSC aveb well-know- ol ifa 2-- Life MuAnUUI The Woman's Annul ar fre-Mar- ch V -- jT.&i - i A Camera at Mount Vernon WaSHINGTOw'5 DlThDAY CELEBRAT-ON- S itii J rnrrr- - "r.i 'nwiwrwtf nm '' iTir' --- -' " - '" Trlijiom&,V.i wi,tt ; mc; wire? JLV S J w jvoc f 3k E3Sh TJ rLaer tj l2 n 1 fg brrrAtfr:, "g&0 7- A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good OSS OWN ISNES Sen ice. Phone 354-A. Prices Right Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary 11 Surgeon s Livery Stable. -- and Dentist. - By W. H. RICHARDSON Copyright. 1S1Z. n; mmWBU1, . mmmm KSrSSSSi at Rainey -- Lancaster. Office - Kentucky COME! Come and COME! American or perhaps for the people ot any nation upon earth, to refrain from the newspapers and diarists or expressing a degree of satisfaction at Washington's day may be taken the return of every revolving year that prolongs the life of a man whose viras tolerably fair reports the birthhave raised him '' day of that great and good man '?! ;rUj33a tues pitch of esteem. to the ery high est was celebrated in his own times in day "Oft as this fine style, llis fellow citizens certainly Sacred to inemiy. bli.il! return seemed to think the occasion a flttiug pour tae grateful lay Let Freedom And hauty isic) tyrants mourn!" one for a big demonstration, and they made it They lired salutes and rang But for all Mr Dunlap's ponderous bells. Their bands plajed. and their I and luscious compliments there were cannon roared. They drank toasts, and those who had iliflVicnt opinion, and . Poets wrote odes they made speiilu-sone dissenter was bluff Willi.im -- : and prose people eulogies. Altogether who was frank eumigli to -- ay of the wonder is haw so tane a man as the man whom so imm.i alinuM del lied. Washington could have looked upon "Would to 3od that this sinie tlcneral it all and kept his composure. Washington were In heaven!" To his The earliest public recognition of. notiou that was the proper home for Washington's birthday, according to such a spirit, and we fancy it must' one of our authorities, was in 17S1. Ih have oeen really refreshing to Washthat year the Count de Rochanibeau ington to step out of the slu-- h of rhe-- 1 wrote to Washington from Newport I torical brainstorms into the dry but per that they were going to have a party j haps rough road of Maclay's making. in his honor and that they would cel- lHSIATDHE OP WASHINGTON PAINTED BY The last birthday Washington was WILLIAM lilllCU IN 1720. ebrate the day "with the sole regret! to celebrate in Philadelphia as chief that your exrelloney will not be a witmagistrate of the nation was in 1797. Another form of popular regard for and. uaturally enough, there was an ness ot the eifiiMun and gladness of on extraordinary zest in the exercises on our hearts. ' And. by the way. the day Washington was given eprev-io11. accord- his birthday by Ihoe who had n weakthen recognized was that occasion. The press of the day ness for dropping Into verse The char abounded in unusually hlghfaluting refing to the old style calendar. In 171)1. when the president "attained acter and career of Washington made erences to Washington's greatness, the to the tlft ninth year of his age. the him a shining maik for the Silas i "utiner case" box bcinc largely over same was celebrated here tin Philadel- Weggses who had Hues to aim In one worked in the composition of their eu. 179:2, a genphia) with every demonstration of pub- of the papers for Feb logistic articles. The day was usherlic Joy. The artillery and light infan- tleman who signs himself "W. IV ed in by the customary salutes of cantry corps of the city were paraded, and strikes up his lyre and lets her go as non nnd bell ringing Later the memat 12 o'clock a federal salute was follows: bers of congress and the governor and be hushed! Thou voice of flatthe legislature of the state railed upon J2rI " There was also a levee, when ' Te bells, cease! tery ollicially "100 ladles, elegantly if not superbly In the ufter-uoo- n Can you applaud our chief in war and the president dressed (the distinction in adjectives is there was a leieption :it his house peace? a tine one), graced the ballroom." The But let each heart with cratltude adore that taxed Its capacity to the utmost. foreign ministers, heads of depart- That power vho cerns air and earth In the evening n ball wa- - given at and sea ments, civic functionaries, "strangers He gave us Washington, nbo made us Ulckett's amphitheater, wliii h then op cupied the ground at the -- onthwest and citi2ens of distinction were pre- h be the strains on this auspicious corner of Sixth and Che-tnstreets eented to the president on this auspiday. cious occasion." This function, say I'laypoo'c"- A inert As may evince, with reason we obey. Washington was in Philadelphia for And let this truth the solemn page adorn-T- hat can Dally Advertiser, "foi spleudot his birthday the nest year, and there Washington for all the ace was born! taste nnd elegance was perhaps nevei equaled by any similar entertainment was a still greater turmoil of cannon, Then there wa-- . another rimester. muskets and bells. A great ball was who in the Gazette or the United In the United States." given in the old City Dancing acade- - States, under The Advertiser alsw published a the name of "Ella" (permy on uie zisc oi reuruary. u :is French poem English having been exif our own Wheelhaps the :iiicpstH' laudatory endeagot up by the "aristocracy," and, of griud out a column on the hausted in previous course, their invitations didn't get er Wilcou vorcertifying anew to WnslilugtonV same subject, the opening stanza of character and ability. Immediately tin much further than the guests of honor. which Is as follows: A good many people who called themder the poem was printed an ndver Oft has the poet'? venal sons, selves respectable were not bidden, so tlsement calling attention to the bal Conectly mean and elcj.'antly low. those unfortunates, not altogether un- Told the ral&e mills of the courtly that was to be given mat nlsht ami throng dismayed at the slight, got up their cautioning prospective guest not to And naked a smllo on Grandeur's brow forget their tickets, and "if nnj sub own assembly and bad a ball to themVirtue's (TuarJi-ishould not selves on the night of the 22d. Wash- But here haththe siren Adulation's hand wribers through power Tom from ington was the central figure at both The man whose praise, the voice of every have received their ticket- - the. are re land. quested to leave notice In writing at affairs. Hangs on the lips of every parting hour Mr. (Tellers' hotel " The mayor caused this formal statement to be published: "The permission Dunlap's Advertiser, in Philadelphia, The last two birthdays of his lif for firing cannon within the limits of for example, was an administration Washington celebrated on the date set this city on the anniversary of the paper, heart and soul, body and by the old style calendar. Feb 11 birth of the Illustrious president of the breeches, yet it seeks to escuse its cus- In both years, according to his own United States is most cheerfully grant- tomary literary jamboree when writ- memoranda, he went up to Alexandria ed, and I sincerely pray to the great ing up Washington's sixty-firbirth from Mount Vernon, received the conAuthor of all that ho will permit simi day: "Disclaiming, as we do. all pre gratulations of his friends and particilar orders to be given many, many" tensions to adulation. It was Impossi- pated in the ball or the "maneuvers" years after this." ble for us, it is impossible for any arranged by the dtizens by American Press ciation. Asso- Who So Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. IF Sri; r, HENRY DUNCAN Office Hoarj ft. m to 12. 5 -!. OMirc onr lH-i- e 1pm to 4. iiorme' .iter ?"- - Wi rail ii nr JfeXlw" &kitiZH DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Ma-cla- Upper left estate. Hall and stairway in mansion. Upper right The parlor. Left center Old farmhouse on th Right center Ihe mansion. Lower left The kitchen. Lower right "Washington's tomb. maybe not Ainnjj it pleased uie to I want to spoil the think so. nor impression In stopping to inquire. Once with"- "ie gate Itself I remember several git .t trees. I do not recall what variety they were, only that they Some of were stately and solemn. them seemed old enough to have been alive when O. W was on earth. Before the Tomb. I am not going to describe Mount Vernon. That has been done 50.000 times and Is a bromide. I nni only trying to tell its psychological effects on one visitor. I wandered about in my own way. asking no questions of anyI was In I think it was when body the house that the spell really began to work. I saw the key of the Bastille through Thompi evented by as Paine, the music room, the living u and dining room, the hallway, the where Washington died, and all the time I was soakiug in a little more of the impression. Then I got out on the front veranda, a regular colonial porch with two story pillars, and look ed down the steep, long hill to the i.-I bed-roo- B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Sat.'sfac-tit .trarttrd c u THE SPELL OF UNT veh;. vj -- free-Suc- iit - J mi-ta- ke st The Boy With the Hatchet By JAMES ARTHUR. H EARD a dandy story t'other day about a guy ' That my teacher telled us couldn't never tell a He. Wen it comes to fairy tales, that's cert'nly a peach. Didn't say what ailed him maybe stoppage in his speech. Name was Washington, who licked the British king, says she. He was our first president an' set the country free. Wisht that I'd been him, I do, an' if I had, you bet, I'd 've chased the redcoats an' 've licked em harder yet. Once, my teacher says, when George was 'bout as big as me He got a new hatchet an' cut down a cherry tree. Wen his pop got home that night, my, he was awful mad, oh, my, George was awful skeered, you bet, but couldn't tell a lie, So he says, "I did it wiv my hatchet," an', by jing, That was why, my teacher says, he licked the British king. For he said that cherry tree was 'ist the best they had. An' "Who chopped it down?" he roared, 'ist that way, an,' fm& Wen his pop heard that he grabbed an' hugged that boy o' his, An' he says, "That's better'n all the cherry trees they is." An my teacher says if we 'ud never tell a lie Maybe we 'ud all of us be presidents by an' by. So I have a hatchet an' am lookin' for a tree. I'll chop all the cherry trees we have, an' you'll 'ist see That I'll march wight in an' tell my pop, an' nen some day Maybe I'll be president, 'ist like my teacher say. it 8 of never with the same tation or the same reve illlia settle of the greatness of him vho dwelt there. Probably I should explain at this point that up to th.it time had never had the highest nppni liitlmi f the George. WIiI.h itt e more than a boy I bad read bistort somewhat and ns Washing formed a hoy's inclu-ton's attitude toward 1'iaiiie in his last days hud Impressed me as .macklng of Ingratitude, his state ruach nud court trimmings as hm lus a touch of aristocracy and even hi generalship as revealing weak spots ince he could not win victories or ho.d his army to gether. More than all. being a .leffer-tit leaning souian. I resented his api toward Hamilton nnd the K deralists. When Washington Laughed. While I had scarcely formulated these thoughts, they were lurking somewhere in the back of my bead as 1 made ray Hrst journey to the historic shrine. The trolley running to Mount Vernon starts from Washington, crosses the Potomac, whirls through the silent Holds, red clay banks and oak for ests of Virginia, passes between the ancient buildings and over the cobble stones of Alexandria, bums across other Helds. forests nnd red clay gashes In the landscape nud finally brings up at a small and very modern cross be tween u building and a shack near the ancient gate of an estate. It was a day in September when 1 traversed all this, and think the spell began to work on me before reached The Sabbath the rnliiiiUii .Mte'-vay. stillness perli.i.i- - li.id something to di with It. Aiiinmu sunshine has touch of uins-'l- ' in it anyway, especial hills and wooile ly nmid quiet stretches Before reaching the house there wn-- a It long run through the timber. must have been here that Justici Bushrod Washington and Chief .lu tice .lolin Marshall, although be di not become chief justice till Admit- were the cause of grea term om-laughter to the immortal (Seorge. Tinwere on a visit to the general and hail brought along a change of clothes, so that they could remove the stain ol travel. In the wood they stopped to don the clean garments, only to dis cover after disrobing that they hail left their bag and picked up that of a peddler, so that In place of the neces sary trousers nnd coats they had onlj a lot of old pots nnd kettles. Their shouts of laughter at this discovery brought the general to the scene, who. when he saw their plight, laughed so tremendously that he lay down on the ground nnd rolled with great whoops. Not dignified, you say. but very hn man withal and bringing us common mortals closer to the Father of QU Country. I Maybe this was thostne wood and exal1 nl l -1 1 By JAMES A FP'rilTON. l'i- Aso- Copyright. 13U by cialio years has been in.-ii-l since 1 tir-- t - u Mmiiit Vernon, et rresh ii hut the ini null., twu and vivid. I in - il ihe platv on views, one when when 1 a Potomac bu.it nnd t.i nnd mini. visited the home quite put into wmil- - tin i i the poi i i. to d" so cast over me. mill liiirui. would dispel holm- - hi in have visited Mount Veiumi stme. but vi-iitee- IT 1 n-i 1 1 argument was made let uij was won. which ls perhaps a gateway to the understanding with us all. As I walked slowly up the hill the spell swept over me with even greater power. I felt the thoughts of a nation concentrated upon this place. They were almost palpable. And not only of a nation, but in a sense of all mankind. Those In every land hoping for better days aud for the dawu of justice thought of Washington. His name had become the symbol of republican-Isand liberty. It was no longer that of a man only, but the badge of a worldwide cause. Republics would blossom all round the earth, and of each one of them this man in some sense would be the spiritual father. Then 1 saw the character of this white soul in a uew light, his unselfishness, his patience, bis faith, the way he had won over great obstacles nnd over heartbreaking desertions and indifference. I thought of his longing for this quiet and beautiful retreat and how he gave it all np to serve his 1 saw his justice, fellow men. his balance, his wisdom, bis spiritual insight. More than all. I saw how he had become emblematic of the hopes of the race. Then I realized that the defects which 1 bad beheld, even if they existed, were but spots on the sun. In the divine currents of history things do not happen by accident This man was the worthy leader of the greatest group that had appeared on earth in 1300 years. Cincinnatus of the West. From the broad bosom of the Potomac Mount Vernon presents yet a new aspect Here It is seen as a slight rise, a little hillock in the high shore line. The house is scarcely risible among the trees. The band plays as we pass it. and one involuntarily clutches off a bat and feels a thrill and a choking, for the spell again Is on him the spell of Washington, which is perhaps the mightiest name in the political history of the human race. Standing by the railing of the boat on this autumn day so long ago came to my mind the stanza that Byron added to bis "Ode to Napoleon:" -v- -rt Oakdale Herd Of Registered Gurocs Royal blood and splendid individuality A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster. Kv w. m. Office Phone 6. eluottT Residence Phone 220. Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. ( Paint Lick, Phono ). Office Hours Kentucky lto4-to9- p. "Jl " mj, Wirier & Ander M. K. Denny and Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: f . A. Stormes BntldlDgovei Hart son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. John White SCo.. LOUISVILLE. KY.- - Established 1887 HlohestrarketDrlceMld for CIIDC raw WOOL I csmiiijioi and HIDES. wiiw i 3s!3i3s SCTCW i in f iw lt.W t jrj a tms (SSesfiBS Real Estate and Auctioneer. IF YOU WANT I Buy TO m WASHINGTON STATVE BY J Q. A. WAHD. shimmer of the Potomac. By this time the spell was working overtime. I hardly know what led my feet along a walk gradually curving down the bill among the trees I knew not what WW 'V V V '4' VI lay at the end. but only drifted on. AMERICA'S DEBT OF PIOUS thinking inanj tilings and fcellm: GRATITUDE. things that scarcelj took the form ol thoughts Suddenly the pith curved From Washington's first InauguraL more sharply and ended at the door ot No people can be bound to ac-- j a tomb On it. woven in flowers, ap- .t. knowledge and adore the lnvlsl-- f. peared the single name. "Washington ble hand which conducts the af-- J It was here that the spell lenllj took fairs of men more than those of I had hold of me with all Its force an Inner visiou of the uiate--t- j and pn X the United States. Every step by which they have advanced to rit of a gieat soin I saw here the hallowed shrine of a inisiity nation 4. the character of an Independent nation seems to have been distin-- 4 and of races of men unborn This tomb guls tied by some token of provi-was ii n end and a beginning, the end dential agency, and in the lmpor-of a life, but the beginning or an tant revolution just accomplish-earthly as well as of n higher Immored in the system of their united tality This gme. as much as tliat of Abraham, marked the cl.iwu of a uew 4 government the tranquil deliber-ntious and voluntary consent of era In the history or mankind so many distinct communities In some subtle way. almost unconX from which the event has resnlt-sciously to myself, my precoiieuived ed cannot be compared with the notions of Washington crumbled nud means by whieh most govern gave place to others iuliiiitely higher, ments have been established more sympathetic and more just without some return of pious There was no tangible thing to gratitude, along with an bumble vince me of eiror. no appeal to mj anticipation of the future blessreason. No one spoke to me except au ings which the past seem to preold colored servant, who said that he sage. remembered Washington nnd looked nucient enough to have done so. No1 !! :: !w ( Sell Auction Where may the wearied eye reposa I will give you prices on When gazing on the great 50 Choice Farms. Where neither guilty glory glows .N'or despicable state? See Me or Touch ihe Live Wire. Vea, one, the first, the last, the best The Cincinnatus of the west Whom envy dared not hate. T. KING, Bequeathed the name of Washington To make men blush there was but one. Phone 339-rock-botto- Sell a Farm, a Farm, at W. LANCASTER, BQJH IX TUfftXS. Ul! yon bow c3 ptybttprlfM. Write for klr prica Ilrt and ttf cnncM. TF - KENTUCKY Sfti -- i V.iV JT U.SABEL&SQNS tnprantf, kv Cea!erlarBn,Bldei.ircd r.t&Hlt.hrl I aril FUR& -- " li T X J T J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. YTKmrfyT Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. 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We solicit a portion of your business. Cartersville. en Will Fix It and Fix It Right. Mrs. Ed. Clark has been sick for the past few days. Master CIcve Browning was on the sick list last week. Mr. Jack Edwards is the guest of Mr Lewis Goins this week. Ed. Clark bought a pair of mules from Victor Lear for $300. Messrs Robt. Fox and Charlie Ald-ridattended the horse sale at Lex ington. Garage, Arnold's Kentucky. Danville, p?af" - Influenza and Grip have become an epidemic here and the physicians are kept busy visiting their patients. There is scarcely a family in the community that has escaped. The Ladies Working Society will meet at the l evidence of D. S. Swope next Thursday afternoon at 12:30 for the purpose of ho!(Iingaquilting"Bee'. If members of the church who have had experience in this line, their help on said afternooa.will be appreciated. Miss Add Arnold the "live wue" su perintendent of the Pleasant Grove church, reports th S. S. in a flourish ing condition and the best they have had at this time of the year for a long time. The church is expecting to accomplish much good under their new pas tor Rev. Bell. A lady living in our town who has been a subscriber to the Central Rec ord for many years paid it quite a com pnment when she said, "111 tell you what! the Lancaster paper has got to be a "whopper" aint it? I used to scan its pages in 15 minutes, but now it takes me more than an hour to read it and I do enjoy it so much". ill ji IPj At first the tendency of the manufacturers seemed to be toward large and expensive cars and the needs of the poor man or the man of moderate means was overlooked. sup- j Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 RIFYIT Door. jl H I! WHITE-MOO- N West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky SHORTHAND BY MACHINE Ejp Sg8 eTCNflTV; bI Write Shorthand Twice as fast as the Old Way and Twice as Easy. Danville Business Ssiioof. Danville, Kentucky. E3I The public statement of a Lancaster sitizen is in itself strong proof for Lanconfirmation caster people, but Fields seeds at wholesale prices strengthens the evidence. Here is Lancaster citizen who tesdirect to the consumer. I have a tified yearsa ago that Doan's Kidney Pills full line of choice field seeds and relieved weak kidneys and now states can save you money on your Win- the result was permanent. Can any sufferer from kidney pills ask better ter and Spring supply. proof? You can investigate. The case Write me for price list and is right at home. George Wright, carpenter, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly confirm all that I said in 190S praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They do all that is claimed for them. I suffered a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to the sides and over the kidneys. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped." Lexington, Kentucky. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Seeds Bush Nelson The Proof Is In Lancaster Almost at your American ingenuity and common sense plied this need in "The Ford." The Ford is not only an inexpensive car to buy but because of its strength and enduring ii qualities it is also inexpensive to maintain. R. L. ELKIN, IS J Agent. I o i, i mi i it W. WANTED A Good Stomach Stomach Tablets are guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to end indigestien and give you a good vigorous stomach, or money back. They relieve after dinner distress in five minutes. 50 cents. for belching of gas. for distress after eating. for foul breath. for loss of appetite. for hjartburn. for sick headache. for night sweats. for bad dream3. after a banquet. for vomiting of pregnancy. Makes rich, puie blood puts vigor, vim, vitality into the whole bodv. Free trial treatment from Booth's Buffalo, N. Y. MI.O-NA A A A A A A Seed man. r7"L07wrJE7'u? VtJJT2r?k7'&jBr!JZ3 B. F. HUDSON, President. o&a&V J. S. JOHNSON. Vice SlI Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. fe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Pittsburgh Fefes CAPITAL, $50,000. W. O. P.IGNEY, W?62l&Z&3gZ l ill. Mt. Hebron Mrs. Lee Grow is quite sick. Mrs. T. W Thompson remains quite Master Hubert Montgomery is on the sick list. Mrs. Baily of Jackson Co. is the guest of her son Mr. Willie Bowling. Mr. A. O. Montgomery bought of H. R. Montgomery a milk cow price ?37-5- SURPLUS $40,000. V. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- Ass't Cash'r. r. Dig Deep into the Details learn of What and How the Fence you Buy is Made A great many fence users don't really know what quality of material manufacturers put into their fences, nor how they make them. Ycur money goes for the fence you buy. Why don't ycu find out what you are getting for your money? You don't buy cows or farm machinery Made- - in Different Style Business Solicited. J. Prompt Attention. for HELD, CHICKEN. POULTRY and RACBrT YARD and without full investigation. You test your seeds. Test tho fence before you buy and know what yourmoney goes for. Our new catalogue, sent free, tells how to test fence. We don't care how many different makes offence you test, ycu'll find "Pittsburgh Perfect," as made today, is best of alL FARM. RANCH. LAWN, ?,r.v,T ROQ fluziva-- it OoA SJUdl ctillCCU GARDEM S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewi3 L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 0. DJ Ask ycur dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brand, of Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Tvrlttca for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Ceil Wire: Fence Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing- Nans; Sincls Loop Bale Ties; "Pitts-bjrc- h Perfect" Fencicc. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. Pittsburgh Steel Co. JmmM$ nil E. C. Million, President T. nBar J. Curtis, Vice President, Dr. C. H. Vaught, Secty. P E. Deatherage, Treas Ma dison RICHMOND, Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. KENTUCKY. Near L. 5 A. Depot. E. C. Million. T. Capital $33,000.00 J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. Vaught. T. J. Smith. Telephone 66. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS . J. M. Haden. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The bast lighted and equipped warehouse in Kentucky. Capacity 300.0GG pounds daily, stable room for 2JU horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco. No danger of damage. Financial Tesponsibily Guarantee Sales Every Day. Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade 1 HOUSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Telephone us G6 we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. Stalls for your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to us where you have plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you can better control sale as to time and price. Electric prizing power. Mrs. Margaret Speaks fiom near Lancaster spent last week here with her son Mr. L. E. Speaks. "Grundy", the well known colored painter, painted the interior of Sunny Side school house last week. Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and niece Miss Iva Del Montgomery attended preaching at Scott's Fork Sunday. Misses Ovplia and Amy Montgomery spent bunday with their sister who is under treatment at Crab Orchard Sani tarium. Rev. Jones of Harrodsburg, on his way to his church at Scotts Fork, stop ped with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean Saturday. Messrs L. E. Speaks and J. E. Sher row bought at Stanford court day i bunch of calves prices ranging from $15 to $30. per head. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vanderpool were called to Madison Co. last week by the illness of her mother Mrs. Harvey who died a few days later. On Wednesday afternoon February 12th Mr. U. G. Rains and Miss Inez Hamm accompanied by Mr. Millard Hamm and Miss Mattie Coulter drove to the home of Rev. G. W. Thompson and were united in wedlock, a nice supper was given in their honor at the brides home. The groom is a prosper ous farmer of the Coy locality while the bride is an industrious young lady of this section. She will be greatly missed from Sunday school at this place, she has been a regular attendant from childhood. They will reside at the groom's home near Coy. All join in extending congratulations. PAINT LICK. Mrs. Robert Guyn is quite sirk at this writing. Mr. O. L. Arnold of Kirksville wa3 with friends here Thursday. Miss Stella McWhorter is in Paints- ville, the guest of her sister Mrs. Laban Kirk. Miss Margaret Anderson was the week end guest of Misses Nellie and Louise-Rice- fmem&?&!frm v&mtmmit 1 Courier Journal AT . HALF PRICE For 1913. OINLV $3OQ A YEAR. Let us send in your subscription. Mrs. Luci.an Treadwav was called to Booneville last week by the illnes3 of har father. Mrs. W. T. King and grand-daughter Elizabeth have been guests of Mrs. R. N. Beazley. MrS. Dee Woods of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs. H. L. Wallace and brother Mr Jerry Higgin3. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guyn left last Monday for their home in Canada after several months stay with their parents here. After spending several weeks with her parents here Mrs. Laban Kirk and little daughter Edna Mae returned to their home at Paintsville Ky. R. E. McRoberts ri & u Son, Viwiwwwv tfimiim THE NATIONAL BANK OF nno i r a ri iii'si $100 REWARD Quick-Reli- Will h( nnid tn nnv MkatfWU finrlnri UUIIUtj .vuwj any kind of pain or ache, if Shipp't ef Liniment fails to give instant relief and the purchase price is not reiunueu. i ry it anu see. n .We are getting prices that please the fanner. We expect to continue to get just as much for your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYBODY. Madison-Tobacc- o Warehouse Co. incorporated. If it Fails to Believe Any Pain in satisfaction than the of The Body in D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema Any PartAsk For Your MoneyFifteen Minutes, Back. . J. cuarantee this remedy. 50c At All Druggists or Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. R. E. McRoberts & Son. "It is the most wonderful remedy for I have ever used." Capt. An Cerson Berry, Lexington, Ky. "I used this liniment and the nain and toreness disappeared like magic' Jailer W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. "It Is the only remedy that has given me any relief since I was paralyzed four years ago." Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg. Ind- "For relieving aches and pains this linl. ment beats anything I ever saw." J. II I will raarantes vou to stoD that itch in tw Letton, Lexington, Ky. seconds. "This liniment cave almost instant relief No remedy that I have ever sold for and has completely cured me of rheumaEczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases tism." S. B. ilwalt, Paris, Ky. Of the skin has Riven more thorough Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. Stop That Itch! J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. B - GRASS SEEDS AJNU UUiiL brand. Call and see them Have just received a nice lot of CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED-Exp- ort before buying. Goods and prices that will please you. rjT a load of CLOVER FORK, 5 ... .teii'?-g Sj&feSiy&iSE ! .BkJi j. JT reilS - JC art. 4 r a. .. , j. j y je3w xrfLwf KWWtWMMW4MWWW? n UK fisb lITVi fiHBBifev b ,mn4 A mm riyv- m a Strictly High Grade block GOAL and your cook will be pleased at 14c. Second grade COAL at I2c. All COAL loaded on your wagon. '' 11 - Phone 152. -s re-s:. OWWOH96KiSBWSW6W59weWBWa js ;.9:.rf j--s .Sks s ss.! 05SSSCaS33a3C8S50000aC50CE(a C8K9aM5C8CCraMa2E6KecaKK830 in1 Ire.1 KSE?WKK3S&?5Wa M 5$45-'S-S-- S OSJ O OSriyi O-- O-- r- CH-a'; O- - fgsrsiaiiffis3iiiH'5ilia'a I '1& &. 8 1 4 Parsley's , ?v f SI fit -- 5PS55 - fejf si IS M ,A Hi I FOR I r3l m Composed of Roots, Herbs, a IM&g. in i ss&ess irW.SO5fe and Barks, for all The North Western Cow Bov. DAKOTA JACK, Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, StomachNervousness and Female Diseases. I m 45 DAYS TREATMENT M $1.00. S j Dckota Jack's Cow Boy for all Pain, Deafness, Burns. Stings x JLinimem Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. g Si IS : CREME SOAP. J. E. Stormes, PI 8 M lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All or. sale $ Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. at R. E. McRoberts & 1 While In Town Court Day WHY NOT HAVE YOUR Horse and Jack Cards PRINTED AT THE CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE Every Boy and Girl Wants a Watch! pi i fc I I I fs We want every pipe and cigarette smoker in this country to know how good Duke's Mixture is. one We want you to know that every grain in that big and a half ounce 5c sack is pure, clean tobacco a delightful smoke. And you should know, too, that with each sack you now get a book of cigarette papers and I A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable presents, such as watches, toilet articles, silverware, furniture, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family. Sf fiiSnimsm You will surely like Duke's Mixture, made by Liggett Myers at Durham, N. C, and the presents cannot fail to picas you and yours. As a special offer, during January and February only we will send you our new illustrated catalog of presents FREE. Just send us your name and address on a postal. dPK Mfifc'.V-. fr V LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, coupons double from FOUR ROSES 10e-ti-n PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT CIGARETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, and other tazs or coupons issued by us. coupon). Couonl from Dukt't Mixture may be ivtth tags from HORSE SHOE.J.TTINSLEVS NATURAL asiorttd rremium Dept. ftTvMJUvUaoeo SUM Col I Z ST. LOUIS. MO. fcBKRfEMfraMllS5 Sunday rounded out one third, two STANFOED. There are said to be nineteen grades of eggs on the market. We weeks, of the ground hogs alloted time. st know good, bad, rotten, will some Miss Mary Bruce wasjcalled toPerry-vill- e Almost continous fighting has been tell us the names of the other to see her cousin Mrs Kate Pruitt going on the past week between the sixteen? L. B. Shouse, Pres. Will Beasley, Mgr. Turks, who is very ill. allied Balkin armies and the L. B. Hilton has returned from Mrs. has MAIN STREET. We Surely Hiss The Water, Good Or Bad. and practically every engagement resulted favorably to the allies. No Louisville and Lebanon Junction after There lies been many facetious move so far as can be ascertained has a very pleasant visit to each place. -KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, remarks made about our water supply, been made by the powers to stop the Mrs Albert II. Severance has had in which the Record has taken some fighting, and it seems the allies will as In the heart of the shopping district. her guest Miss Mattie Tribble, of part, and some people have been heard carry out their threat of driving the Richmond. Mrs Severance gave two on to remark that we would be better Turks out of Europe. The feeling is dinings in her honor. Best Equipped Cafe in the City. without a water plant. On last Thurs- I general that the outcome for the Turk Mrs Jas. Lynr, who has been with we were given an oppor day afternoon Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. is hopeless. her daughter Mrs. Logan Woods, of ' tunity to see just how well we could get Danville, for some weeks, has returned Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from along without water works; while Prather. to be with son Mr. John Lynn, on making the connection to the main for 1 1:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. in. Logan Avenue. the pipe leading to the standpipe it Mr. John Prather died at his ho me in The Circuit court is in session here. Ala carte Served Daily from G. a. in. to 12 Midnight. became necessary to shut down the the county, on Long Branch near Mc- plant, and from the "holler" that went Creary on the 14th inst of pneumonia. docket is very light and this promises up from every side, the indications are His illness was a short one. he having to be a very uninteresting term. Atthat, good, bad or indifferent, the been ill but a few days. Mr. Prather torneys from the surrounding towns EZSSZZ citizens of the community positively was 77 years of age at the time of his are in attendence. could not do without the water supply. death. After short funeral ceremonies Mrs. G. G. Perry delightfully en at the grave by Rev. Tinder his remains tertained at dinner in honor of Miss The Colored School. ujrtre laid to rest in the Lancaster Tribble. Those present were Mesdames Saunders, Paxton and Severance, The patrons of the Lancaster Colored cemeterv on last Saturday afternoon. NOV? Ok Mr. Prather is survived by four sons, j Muses Pattie and Kate Alcorn. Graded School are verv much pleased Messrs. Reuben, John, James and Sam Mr. W. S. Burch has recovered sufirrnTi" tc cfc to note the marked progress of the TO AIZ, ViTAi rTc ""! i conditions. Prather, who all reside in and among ficiently to be able to come home. Of school under such Despite such conditions, nine pupil." the most sterling citizensof the county, course he will be confined to his room SPECIAL ROUND -TRIP FARES TO n W. H. for some tin"". His friends are deout of twelve were successful in pass- and four daughters, Mrs com- Sebastian, Mrs. Sam Hardin and Mrs. lighted to se.- - him looking so well and 3 ing the January examination for mon school diplomas, this we think quite Prewitt of Garrard county and Mrs. hope he wil soon to be able to resume Privileges. Long Return Limit. Full Stop-Ov- er his duties as County Attorney. commendable. The same number of Porter Prewitt of Madison county The deceased was a lifelong and pupils passed last year, we avail ourg Three through daily trains to Florida, via Ot:ccn & selves of this occasion to appeal to the zealous member of the Baptist church, BUCKKl'E. elec- n Route. Double daily througli service to ?ev patrons and friends of the school and holding his membership at Freedom, he u trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Brawizrj-Koor- a also to those of our white friends who was one of the most substantial citizens Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. of the county, a man of high principles Mr. Robert Long is in Lexington. are imbued with the spirit of Christian aitruism, whom wc believe ever ready and strict integrity and held the respect For details call on anv Ticket Agent, Caeca & Crescent Ret", or apply to Mr. Jim Coy of Kirksville was here to respond to our Macedonian cry, (if of all who knew him. H.C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St., J.cIngto:i, Ky. Saturday. we have first given clear evidence of Mr. George Ray has returned from E52HB!S2??ISri25iS555w !5SWSKSiKa'fezaisfc: help) for aid and support in our efTitanic Claims Go To Millions. Lexington. fort to improve the conditions of our Mr. Willie Noel made a business trip Official Directory Of Garrard County. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Claims for more than ?G,000,000 have school and to make room for those puto Nicholasville Monday. pils who are entitled to free tuition in been filed as a result of the loss of the Circuit JU'k'i Hon. Charles A lUrrfiK. Rev. O. P. Bush will preach here Money Back for any case of Titanic. The claims fall into three the county high school. Cummonueiilihs Attorney liuii. Kmmt l"r- next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. J far. The immediate needs of the school classes for deaths, for personal injuries Rheumatism, Neuralgia cr Headache thai Circuit CUrU William B. r. J. D. Watts sold to A. C. Miles 2. should claim the serious consideration and for loss of property. The death V. II. Brwn. Muster romiulssfonvr I Solace Fails To Remove. ana prompt action 01 every colored pa- claims amount to over $4,000,000, while yerrling steers at 25. per head. Tmitee Jury Fui.'I BeiiJ Y. KoMu-etron who desires the advancement of the claims for personal injury run up Utta ?ne 5JteTy Mr. Will Burton was here Sunday to SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- Official Cjiirt Stei'osrji-heMason. to about 53,000, and for loss of prop- see his mother Mrs. Mary Burton. his people. cal discovery of three German Scien- County Jmlge A. D Font. The colored boys and girls who are erty to $2,000,000. A. C. Miles sold to J. D. Watts eight tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals Countj Attorney J K. KoMiison. Not the least interesting part of the yearling hVjfers at 23.75 per head. m school today are the material out of and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Connty Clerk J. W. HaaiUtoa. which the futuie race structure indus- list of claims i3 the number of names take, and will not affect the weakest Deputy cleri Harry Tozilin'ea. advertiseRead Hudson & Hughes Sheriff George T. Uallrml. trial mental, normal and social, is to be which are missing from it. The heirs stomach. ment on 3rd page its a money saver. Deputy SLerlff C. A. RoMd'ad. built of the three factors, heredity, of John Jacob Astor, Mr. and Mrs. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food Snperhiten&iut otSoliooli Ml- Jenafe ( Miss Mabel Crutchfield of Nicholasenvironment and that enter Straus, Benj. Guggenheim, Charles and Drugs Law to be absolutely free gii . into the formation and development of Hays, W. T. Stead and George Widen-e- r ville is the guest of Mrs. Hiram Ray. from opiates or harmful drugs of any Aseor W. 3 Carrier. Deputy Aes-ioE. B. Kay. Our neighbors have filled their ice- description have not made any claims on the character, is conceded to be Jailer Jack Adams. the most predominant. Yet environ- steamship company for either the loss houses here with ice about three inches SOLACE is a pure specific in every SnpervJorof Kwds Clerehtxl BeurDe. ment cannot be eliminated as a neglig-abl- e of their relatives or the property they thick. way, and has been proven beyond ques- Treasurer B. K. Hudson. quality from this triple of charac- happened to have with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon and 6on, tion to be the surest and quickest rem!AGISTr.ATE3. The largest claim is made by Mrs. James R. were in Nicholasville Wed- edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to J. P. Bourne 1st. Dist. ter determining factors. Isou 2nd. . We therefore urge that every patron Henry Harris, widow of the theatrical nesday. medical science, no matter how long HarrUos Kay 3rd. Dist. of the school engage his best thoughts man. She asks 1.000,000 compensaMrs. Hiram Ray has returned from standing. It reaches and removes the I James Coldiron 4th. ll-- t. and energies toward the realization of tion for the drowning of her husband, a visit to her father, Mr. G. W. An- root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and CITY OF I.ANCA5TEK. a better school, with envirovments, at- 27,700 for the loss of her own personal derson at Nicholasville. purifies the blood. Mayor n. T. Logan. property and 4,625 for the loss of her tractive and elevating. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek City Judge E. V. IUrru. Miss Lucinda Carter entertained a City Attorney U. H.Tcmlfnsou. husbands baggage. The value she Jas. H. Burns, Principfl. few of her friends last Thursday it be- are the Sole U. S. Agents and have City Clerk 11. K. Hrrudou. places on her own belongings is caused . thousands of voluntary testimonial let-- i ing her twelth birthday. City Ase-oJohn M. JlouHt. Farmers Institute To Be Held In Lancaster by the number of jewels which she had ter3 which have been received from Oity Trea-urD. A. Thoma-)Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton of with her, among which was a 10,000 grateful people SOLACE has restored ChUl Police L. E. Uerrou. During Last Two Days Of Next were here last week to see string of pearls and a 3,000 diamond to health. Testimonial letters, liter- COCXCILMEN'. necklace. Claims for the los3 of the Mrs. Mary Burton who is still very ill. ature and FREE BOX sent upon Week Should Draw Good Parker Gregory. II. C. natnHten. Miss Leota Ray is at home after a Major Archibald personal effects of V. M. Zanoue. B. F. Walter. R. Lee Morris, president of the First O. S. Greenleaf. Attendence. Butt are put in by Lewis Butt of pleasant stay of several weeks with Wm. Hcrnddu. Augusta, Ga., who values his seven relatives in Frankfort and Georgetown. National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: A week from today, next Friday and trunks at 1,000 but no money is asked Mrs. J. S. Gilbert entertained the Saturday, Feb. 28th and March 1st the as a compensation for the loss of his embroidery club Tuesday afternoon, j "I want you to send a box of Solace Annual Farmers Institute will be life. Mrs. Lucy Millet, widow of the very dainty refreshments were served to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for ; which I enclose 1. This remedy has conducted at the Court House in Lan- artist, asks 100,000 death claims and which was enjoyed by all. been used by some friends of mine caster, and every farmer in the county for Lucian Smith a death claim of J. M. SKAIN. Mgr. here and I must say its action was wonwho is interested in modern methods of and a property claim of 8,431.40 (Signed) R. L. Morris. I'm-- ; u;n uits vi i, k. derful. farming should make it a special point are entered. Portaluppi was one Put up in 25c, 50c and 1. boxes. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky 1 to attend both of the sessions. The among many that lost personal properIT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL State Department of Agriculture will ty of an unusual discription, among his is Miss Bcttie Miller, of Canaan, AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Better Than The Best, No Higher fnrnish two lecturers on farm tonics eilorts which he valued at 17,524 was attending Miss Wilsons school here. . ..TAKING SOLACE. "No Special one of whom will be Prof. Clay ton, who a picture of Garabaldi signed by him Than The Rest. Read Hudson & Hughes advertise- Treatment Echemes or Fees". JUST has been here before and who is a very when he presented it to Mr. ment on 3rd page its a money saver. doe3 the work. Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water. SOLACE ALONE talker. A lady lecturer unci's erandfather. This he asks $3.- Rev. J. E. Roberts will preach at the Write today for the free box, etc. upon household affairs will also be 000 for, while H. B. Steffanson wants LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY Methodist church Sunday and Sunday present and will have something of 100,000 to compensate him for the SOLACE REMEDY CO., night. interest to say to the ladies. In addition sinking of an oil painting by Blonde), Battle Creek. Mich. Miss Gertrude Adams is visiting her to these there will be lecturers in while still another asks $50 for two uncle Mr. Wm. Naylor and family near attendence from the State Board of Irish crochet collars. A claim of Stanford. Health and the Forestry and Good Roads for jewels and wearing apparel For Dyspepsia department. A splendid programme is put in by Mrs. Charlotte Cardeza of I Mr. and Mrs. Waller Pettus, of near If you suffer Stomach Trouble, has been arranged, every minute of Germantown, Pnn. she lost fourteen Hubble visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca nd you try our remedy, it won't which will be of great interest Every trunks and the inventory of her apparel Pettus Sunday. cost you a cent if it fails. phase of farm life will be discussed, and and jewels covets twelve type written Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Davis of near To prove to you that indigwtior and dyspepsia ctn ho lioroughly remany valuable hints as to practical farm- pages and among the items is a cake of Beech Grove were attending church lieved and that Rexalt Dyspepsia ing, the proper manner of rotating soap worth $1.75, a ring worth 14.000, here last Sunday. Tablets will do it, v,e will furnih crops, economy in farming and in fact a pink diamond worth 20.000. a penthe medicine absolutely free if it Annie Dema, little daughter of Mr. fails to give you satisfaction. every thing that could possibly interest dant worth 13.000, Worth gowns and rs. so J. L. Cress, who has been The remarkable succesi of Rexall the farmer and his family will be dis- valued at $90. apiece, a box of lace ill of pneumonia is about well. Dyspepsia Tablets is due tr the hicli cussed, and the time spent at these 700. a white petticoat $95. and eighty decree of scientific skill used in deMr. and Mrs. William Naylor, of near vising their fonnul as well a to the meetings will prove of incalculable value four pairs of gloves and thirty three care exercised in their manufacture, Stanford, visited the family of his to you. whereby th wcllAnown properties paiis of shoes. An unusual claim is father, Mr. John Naylor Sunday. o anil Pipsin of The meetings are to be held under made by Mrs. Catherine Harbeck of have been properly combined with the direction of the State Board of Toledo, Ohio. She asks 25.000 for A nice 10 lb, daughter has arrived at Carminatives and other agents. Agriculture and the expense is borne by her husbands death $55,853 for his be- the home of Mr. i nd Mrs. W. C. and Pepsin are constantly employed and recogthe state, and not one cent of expense longings, among which was 110.000 Blankenship. The young lady has been nized by the entire medical profeswill devolve upon the farmer. It is thousand feet of moving picture films, christened Elizabeth Catherine. sion as invaluable in the treatment of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their very seldom that the farmer is offered which at fifty cents a foot comes to The B. Y. P. U. elected the following and property afterwards is the fireproper combination makes a remedy something for nothing, but it is invaluable for stomach relief. A few claims are made in be- officers Sunday evening: Thomas J. 55.000. man's duty. Your duty is to see the case in this instance, and half of the cargo carried on the Titanic. Carden, President, Thomas Lunsford, We are so certain that there is good for stomach ills as nothing that in case of fire your loved ones there is certainly many good things in Gray & Co of New York ask 854 for vice president, Frank Miller secretary. Rexall Dyspepsia Tabletsthatweurge store for those who attend these Roquefort cheese lost. Hartford, Ky., our risk. Three you to try them at Rev. E. B. English, of are not made homeless and pennisixes, 25 ents, flO cents, and $1.00. meetings. Here and there through the claims, pastor of the Baptist church was in less. Older a fire insurance policy You can bttv Rexall Dyspepsia Tablsts The rapid strides made in practical with their facts and formulars, appear his pulpit here Saturday, Sunday and farming in the last few years by Ken- hints of stories that thrilled the world Sunday night. Good crowds present at la this community only at our store: from us today. Every day's delay tucky is mainly due to the efforts of the when first told. Lawyers in putting m each service. His subject Saturday R. E. McROBERTS & SON means the risk of seeing your famState Board of Agriculture, and the the claims of their clients tell, in dra evening was "Temptation , on aunaay, Lancaster T $aatl Stort Kentucky ily without a home or the means instructions and advice which they are matic style, of how husbands were pre- "Things Worth Seeking", Both sermons There Is a Rexsll St.ire In nearly every town and United offering should not go unheeded. vented from entering life boats and of were especially good. Sunday afternoon end city in the There laStates, Cand Rsxall of getting one. a. different Grat DrtUin. Come in everybody, bring your wives claimants that were made sick and the rites of baptism were administered ltraedy for nearly every ordinary human ill Ul designed for and daughters and neighbors, and suffered bodily injury and nervous near White's Mill on Dicks river: The each etpeclally recommended. ths particular for which it U FRED P. FRISBIE. derive some of the splendid benefits to shocks for which they ask candidate was Miss Lucy Lovings of The fUxaU StorM are America's Creates Drue Stone Office Citizens National Bank. be found by attending these meetings. near Beech .Grove. egg-o-ti- The Leonard Motel 60, J ' ssssassssLi Winter Tourist Tickets SAiS v.i liliUJt Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Fanass .J r -. will-pow- will-pow- r Di-tt- er e . st. Phoenix Hotel 25-0- l - "i Portal-interesti- $177,-352,- JnKBwMMi) A Bismuth-Subnitrat- IHsmuth-Subnitra- To Save Life First ly J li L IV' V .X y .....m-w-- .. ' ii inn i LJfri nrn-iiii- i Tin nil in 'ii null i ii mi ' mmmmmmmimiMclmlammmim i iiiii I in Mwww m i i BctoMMWiil ninn i MCwMwCBeiaBCwwMMWBKMWiBWWftMW t fc jssrn Kssrfr ?3Errar xma&UMm3Lttr& A3T3SJ3LuarMI i b u BUY BETTER RUGS FOR LESS MONEY That's exactly what you can do if you qome here for your Rugs. Our New Sprfng Line just received. Come to us expecting better values and bigger assortments than you have seen elsewhere kSiiX. ij 9x12 Axminister Rugs at 20. to $30 The Values we offer are matchless and you should buy your Carpets and Floor Coverings from us in justic to yourself. Brussels Rugs size mi at 12.50 to $17.50 s jL 11 Kj I "K ST! Joseph Mercantile Company We Specialize an Extra Grade HBI-.- Japanese and China Matting at 25cts. nnn s ppfp tpbi s iumui minis iruutu uiuuB FMtiftt i People nnn Oliver Chill and Syracuse Plows. H 5 . ..- - ., r,n.c.n a&hniit w H,rwfc' . - day for Rochester N. Y. where Mrs. interesting visitor was Mrs. D. Woods, Gibbs will be under the treatment of of Stanford who is also an active and the famous Drs. Mayo. enthusiastic worker for temperance. Mrs. G. C. Ward is visiting Mrs. W. G. Clark this week. Judge L. L Walker was in Frankfort this week on business. Misses Sophronia Fox and Nancy Goodloe were visitors in Danville, Pumphrey Has High Position. Billy Pumphrey is engaged in painting TO THE FARMERS OF GARRARD COUNTY. BEST PLOWS MADE. the Comities and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. A P.rl.f Mention of t VULCAN PLOWS at reduced PRICES. Plow Points and repairs j. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. nisv -- znarsxsLtnmn John Walter was a visitor in Stanford, Saturday. r:vrergTyi?re-VJver.-T.:nr:re We Write Anv Kind of i u liSURAi Office at National Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, !" r n rTi rrl : i ii tfi iiJTT-a-,-- q TiJWi Villi iWTTirff V TfT' irf ii i Bnk. Kj Phone i y BEA2LEY & COLLSE in' i 27. n wi Mrs. M. K. Kirby is in Barbounville V. R. Burnside. Mrs. Louis L. Walker is in Louisville Mrs. Wm. Walker and mother Mrs. E. W. Harris were in Danville, Tuesfor a visit to relatives. Dr J. A. Amon was in Louisville day. Wednesday on business. Miss Margaret Hocker of Stanford Mrs. J. A. Amon is in Cincinnati the is the guest of her aunt Mrs. Mattie Duncan. guest of Mrs. Chas. Groves. Miss Scotta Petty has returned from Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason were a stay of several weeks with her sistei in Lexington, Monday. visitors in Illinois. Mrs R. E. Henry is in Lexington Miss Bettie Robinson has returned visiting friends and relatives. from a visit to her mother in T. K Watson was in Lexington last week for a stay of several days. Mesdames Cox and Williams spent Miss Allene Bcurne has returned from the week in Lowell at the home of Mrs Henderson. a ibit to relatives in Lexington. visitingher sister, Mrs. Camp-bellsvill- e. "q l iim '' i'ii 11 11 '. ' How Can Home T . Mrs. J. B. Paxton and son James, of Mrs. Belle Denny of Stanford is the guest of her cousin, Miss Katie Lee Stanford have been recent guests of Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Denny. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson ol Mrs. James House and little son are at home after a visit to friends in Lex Danville are guests of Mrs. Rebecca West and daughters. ington. Mrs. I. S Dunn of Lexington came Mr. Robert Gulley left this week for Louisville for treatment in" one of the Tuesday for a. visit.to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley. hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn left TuesMiss Mary Chesnut is at home after! day for a week's stay in Louisville, a visit to her sister Mrs. John Woods i Cincinnati and Owensboro. of Lexington. Mrs. Jeff Dunn of Lexington has been Judge Jennings Greenleaf of Rich mond was in Lancaster last week on called here to the bedside of her aged father. Mr. John K. West. legal business. Mrs. G. C. Ward and little daughter Elder F M. Tinder. Messrs Alex Walker and L. G. Davidson were in Margaret of Rolling Fork Miss, are visi ting Mr. Milton Vard and family. Carlisle, Friday. Mrs. R. T. Embry entertained at a Mrs. Wm, Severance of Stanford "Rook Party", the guest being, Mrs. entertained at a handsome course dinJ. Wesley West. ner in honor of Miss Sallie Elkin of Mrs. Ed Price and N. B. 'Price were this city. in Stanford, Saturday, te see Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Crab Mrs. A. S. Price. Orchard, Mrs. J. H. Hilton and daughMr. and iL'rs. C. F. Denman of ter of Stanford motored to Lancaster, Nicholasville were guests on Sunday of Sundry and were guest3 of Mrs. R. H. Batson. Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. Mis3 Katie Simpson entertained a Mr. Samuel T. Martin of Lebanon, Tenn., was the recent guests of Mr. few friends, in formally, at her home on Richmond street, the hours being and Mrs. S. D. Cochran, from 8 to 12. Mrs. R. S. Brown va3 called to Ashby Warren of Louisville was here Kirksville by the critical illness of her the first of the week to see his mother, mother, Mrs. Wm. Blakeman. Mrs. Charlotte Warren who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner and her sister, Miss Jennie Duncan. children of Stanford wereover, Sunday, . Mr. John Arnold, the baker at the with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Kengarlan Hotel is confined to his Messrs Bris Conn and Joe Burnside, apartments on Water street with a Jr., motored over from Danville and severe attack of blood poisoning. spent Sunday with the home folks. Miss Lillian Cochran of Georgetown Miss Nannie Anderson left Monday College is expected home today, Friday, for Louisville to inspect the new styles for a visit of several days with her in millinery for R. S. Brown's store. parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran. The following Lancastrians were in Professor and Mrs. S. H. Nichols of Lexington Friday. Messr's R. L. Elkin, Harrodsburg are receiving congratulaW. B. Burton, LouisXJill and Green Clay tions upon the arrival of a handsome Walker. little son at their home he having made Mrs. James A. Royston entertained his appearance on Feb. 13th. at "A Tea Pouring" at her home in Hill Mrs. Cleo Williams Brown, who once Court Ih'e honor guest being Mrs. J. lived here, is an applicant for the Post Wesley West." Office at Mt. Vernon, her Lancaster Miss Marthat and HelenlGill entertained friends hope she will be successful in the Arts and Crafts Missionary Society her efforts to secure this office. last Friday afternoon at their home on Frances E. Willard memorial service! Stanford street. . were held Saturday afternoon at the Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs left Mon home of Mrs. Rebecca West. An G I Re Happy when the food is not of 8 e i i 1 the best, try a sack of 8 P White Swan Flour and know the joy of cake, etc. eat- i ing fine bread, biscuits. s . If all your other food is as good as that baked to be envied to-d-ay from White Swan Flour you certainly arc Order a Sack and be sure it is White Swan. s s Lancaster Elevator &FlourMill8 ts.-5 S B iftj) 3&)MXm Every Pos sible Courtesy consistent with sound finance is extended to customers of The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Small depositors receive equal consideration with those whose balances are larger. Applications for loans up on acceptable security are treated promptly and confidentially. The bauk will be glad to have you consult it on any financial matter. Th j trrard Bank & Trust Company rfit, HSHHHHIHHH Don't Roast the Driver for dumping just as you were passing. M Coal a load of HOT BISCUIT, c-.-- i 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 I I 1 1 1 - i Lancaster Lumber & M'fgf Co. hot cakes, jmade with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, healthful and easily made. --i the superstructure of the water tower, Mr. T. M. Wilson came by from Lex- and the Record was in error in its recent ! Are you interested in seeing a Loose ington and spent Sunday with the "home statement that no one in Lancastei Leaf Tobacco Market established in folks". He reports that Mrs. Wilson would be found with sufficient temerity Lancaster? Do you wish a home marand Miss Joan Mount had a delightful to climb the tower. Mr. Pumphrey is ket for your crop? If you can answer both of these questions in the affirmastay in New Orleans and that Miss doing the job single handed. tive, then the matter is up to vou. The Mount will not return home before citizens of the town have been very bus-- y Elam Held To Grand Jury. March the first. along this line for some time, and Mr. Matt S. Walton, so well known The trial of David Elam who was have accomplished much. The town to us and one of the most popular being tried in the Countv court on a people are willing to do their part, yea Democrats of Lexington, has announced charge of seduction, and which was more than their part, but they need and himself as a candidate for City transferred to this county from Bourbon deserve your cooperation and assistance. Representative. He has scores of county, was finished on last Thursday, The matter is up to YOU Mr. Far friends in our town who would be glad and he was held in the sum of 200. to mer. It you want this market, you can to vote for him, not only on his own await the action of the grand jury. have it, but you must show that you account, but because he is a brother of Elam gave bond with Mr. Mahan as WANT it, and render some assistance surety. Mrs. Belle Burdette. it. There has been in establishing raised in town the sum of $12,500., or We are glad to state that Dr. R. L. Mr. Burton Purchases Fine Horse. something near that figure, toward the Pontius, who has been with the Mr. W.B. Burton has purchased at erection of a $25,000 plant, which Experimental station at Lexington for fancy price of Earl Shropshire of Lex- - amount will several months, will return here about construct a modernly a trotting stallion, equipped plant March 1st, to take up his practice as a , ington, "Blucher", second to none in the by many horsemen to be the state, one is Veterinary Surgeon. Dr. Pontius is who said that will easily handle Vhe peer of any trotting stallion in the entire crop of the county considered one of and such of the ablest is by Silent Brook, Dam our neighboring counties as may choos Veterinarians in the state and his many state. Blucher Moco and has a record of 229-- J and a to come to us. No trouble about getfriends and former patrons w ill welcome trial record of 214- -, and will make the ting buyers, dont be fooled with that nis return. Burton's stable old story that we "cannot secure i coming season at Mr. the We. have a pleased subscriber in our in Lancaster. buyers", that matter has been looked good friend M. G. Aldridge who with after, and they are assured. What is Olf For Bloody Breathitt. his family now lives at LaPryor, Texas now is your help. Do not allow Rev. S. H. Pollitt left for Jackson. needed and in renewing his subscriptionto the this opportunity to pass, come in and Record kindly says; "We look for the Ky., last Monday to conduct a two subscribe for stock in the enterprise, Record as a letter from home. We are weeks meeting among the Breathitt will getting along well now but have been county bretheren. With that fearless see whoyour be associated with you, and by through a spell of La Grippe. Are Judge Allie Young on the bench there help to make personal aid and influence it a success. certainly glad to see the Marksbury and Bro. Pollitt in the pulpit, we feel wishej for that success will crown their efforts letter back again, with best lovd. the Record and regards to my old and much good will be accomplished. Fond3 will fill the pulpit Rev. Claude friends". Miss Ocie Snjder is very much im- at McKendree church next Sunday. proved at this writing. Enterprising Firms. Mr, Tom Ray and family visited his Site For Government Building. brother John Ray Sunday. The advertisements of W.J. Romans. Hon. Sawyer T. Smith, Ass't. DisBrother Wine will fill his regular apHaselden Bros. Conn Bros, and Davidson and Doty who have yearly contracts trict Attorney for the Eastern Dis- pointment at Antioch Sunday. for space on this page, have very kindly trict of Kentucky is here today having Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater spent given away for the advertisement of the the necessary papers signed incident to Sunday with her brother Mr. Kemp Loose Leaf Warehouse. These firms the turning over to the Government Walker. are all hustlers and working hard for the recently purchased site for the FedLittle Miss Minnie Ray Teater was eral building in Lancaster. The mat- the guest of Marie and Hazel Walker the success of the enterprise. ter involves a great deal of red tape, Tuesday. Newt. Arnold Held Without Bail. but Mr. Smith, and Capt. Willfam Misses Lid a Mae and Nell Ray visited The examining trial of Newton Arnold Herndon, who drew the deed and has their sister Mrs Lige McMillan Saturcharced with the killing of Hon. Harry had the matter in charge, will complete day and Sunday. Bailey at Cjnthiana, was held in that the transfer today, and the GovernMr. Preston Snyder and family 3pent city last week and resulted in Arnold ment check for 4500. will be turned Sunday and Monday with Mr. J. D. over for the Grant property and one for being held to await the action of the Baker and family. grand jury, which convenes the latter $500. for the Presbyterian church property, and the title to both will pass to The many friends of Mrs. Meade Teapart of this month. Hon. Edwin P. ter are very glad to know that she is Morrow of Somerset represented Arnold Uncle Sam. The persons conveying very much improved. the property will be required to execute and declined to introduce any of his Mr. John Hicks and family. Mr. and testimony at the examining trial. Be- bond in the sum of $1000. to clear the property of all buildings and obstruct Mrs. Floyd Snyder, Mr, Preston Snyder cause of the intense feeling which is and family were the guests of Mrs. Bell ion within a said te exist in Harrison county against notified to docertain time after the are Snyder Sunday. so. Arnold, it was deemed advisable to, and he was returned to the Lexington jail Sudden Death Of John Ferguson. to await the action of the grand jury. YOCtL HND IT IN THIS C0LDMN. As we go to press this week comes the sad news of the death of J. M. FerAdvertise in Central Record. guson which occurred at the Carleton This paper is the best medium possi- Hotel Thursday night at 11 o'clock. Special price on can peaches, try a ble for advertising anything you want Mr. Ferguson's death which came so can Curreys. beto buy or anything you want to sell, sudden as to be a severe shock to the cause it enters farms and homes a daily entire community, was due to an For Sale. The Parcels Post has never enters. at the base of the brain. He was A handsome oak dining room table made it possible to sell goods direct to taken ill Wednesday and from that time apply at this office. the consumer and tor this reason a on failed rapidly until the end. county paper should appeal to the merFresh fish and oysters this week at Melbourne will miss John Ferguson. chant. The rates of this paper are A more kindhearted and cheerful man Curreys. reasonable and anyone desiring to get would be hard to find. He was generA 20 cent can of peaches for 15 cts. the best returns for the least money ous almost to a fault and seemed to be at Curreys: should try an ad. We already have a supremely content when he could help large circulation, but by careful pains- others. For Sale At A Bargain. In fact his entire thought taking work and editing a good paper seemed to be given up to make things Ten or twenty acres of good land in for a small sum, we hope to put the pleasant and comfortable for those with high Btate of cultivation, with cottage Central Record in every home in Gar- whom he came in contact. He was house. Just outside City limits. rard Co. everybody's friend. We will miss him 4tPd. j3. H. Estes, Lancaster Ky. more than we now imagine but we all Drastic Laws Read These. Talk Abont ought to be better people for having Time Table Of The KenChina, which for centuries has been known him and enjoyed his friendship. tucky Transportation accursed by the prevalence of the opium The deepest sympathy of the town habit among her people, in January will go out to the bereaved wife, Lillian Auto Car. 1912 promulgated what was known as a and little daughter May, who was her is father's constant companion. Leaves Lancaster at. . . .7 30 a. m. "suppression law", and which writing no funeral announce- Arrives at Nicholasville 9 40 a. m. calculated to either stamp out the opium At this habit or materially curtail the population ment has been made owing to the fact Leaves Nicholasville 4 00 p. m of that populous country. The law is that the family is waiting to hear from Arrives at Lancaster. .6 00 p. m. as follows relatives who have been telegraphed. "First Persons under 40 years of age Melbourne (Fla) Times. Agents Wasted. The deceased was a brother of Mr. shall be given three weeks in which to Agents wanted to take subscriptions as soon as the sad get rid of their opium habit; if they W.S. Furguson, who intelligence reached him, accompanied for the Atlanta, Ga, disobey they shall be shot. "Second From 40 to60years, persons by his aged mother hastened to Mel- Constitution. Valuable premiums for shall be allowed five weeks in which to bourne from his home in Covington and subscribers, liberal commissions and break off their opium habit; the dis- returned to that place with his brothers cash prizes for agents. You can make obedient shall be punished by the third remains on Thursday February I3th, money fast in any small town or along and they were buried in Highland ceme- any Rural Route. Some agents make and fourth degree of deportation. a good living. Others make $15.00 or "Third Persons above 60 years of ago tery on the following Friday. on the side, soliciting weeks to rid themMr. Ferguson has the condolence of $20.00 a month shall be allowed eight subscriptions. Address for particulars t selves of the opium habit.or shall be sen. his host of f riend3 in Lancaster and Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. tenced to a term of hard labor and fined Garrard county in his hour of not more than ?300." I! D ab-se- ss .... :- ly ly a - .- as. 8 We have over 50,000 ft Rolls of Paper from which to make your 3 selection; by far the jjj largest selection ever w brought to Lancaster. n DC sure ciiiu. iuui u i uc8 fore you buy. i -- i- i 3 ff iu Wall Mouldings. The C4-04A Beautiful HURT & ANDERSON excln-lve m See.. The local tobacco warehouse was again open for business last week and a great many of our farmers brought in their late offerings. . .It is Our New Spring Line' sifl kH Of aHiH H H H iB H H H H H H 1 H 1 Plate Rail. Our prices are right H and we can figure with you either on the Paper or put on Wall as we have 4 experienced hangers. Call or Phone No 5 and we will be glad to bring samples and 4 submit estimates. I Bright Spot In Lancaster, I ffi 8 FARMER'S COLUMN tiuonouuimM'.uu(i)'iionnO dpace below this heading la for the use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In .wo issues of the Record, free of chatge For Sale: I have One good work mule. Milton Ward, Lancaster; Ky. 20 shocks of sorgham to sell. Noah Marsee, Lancaster, Ky. 60 good sheep, For SALE:-aboThompson, Preachersviile, Ky. J. H. and he thus gets two fashionable strains and combines more than one great brood mare. At the same farm the handsome stallion Chimewood 2:19J by Highwood out of Chime of Bells by Mambrino King will make the season. This is an extraordinary horse not only in point of breeding but in individuality. His first five dams are great brood mares and from his family have come many first class trotters. Some idea can be had of his individuality when it is said that the U. S. Government through its Chief of Animal Husbandry offered for him $3,000. which was refused Each of these two horses will make the season at $25 to insure. Address J. Granville Cecil, Danville, Kentucky. I have 500 locust posts for sale. Jas. A. Bratton, R. F. D. 3. Lancaster, Ky. HAMILTON VALLEY. for sale: A few good red listed boars. R. T. Bruce, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. Some good baled timothy hay for sale in ton lots or more. Phone 352 A. T. R. Slavin. Paint Lick, Ky. nice two year old draft mare, well broke. -- Jno. G. Doty, Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. R. No. 2. For SALE:-On- e 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-ville, Ky. 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. 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. Read Hudson & Hughes advertisement on 3rd page its a money saver. I have fifty good ewes, ready to lamb that I will sell to highest bidder next county court day in Lancaster. J. M. Cress, Preachersviile, Ky. T. M. Wilson of Cave City bought of Tom Jones of Paris, a high class gaited horse at a fancy price. He also purchased of Lunsf ord Yandell a nice mare for $385fl)0. Mr. Roy C. Schooler of Cottnoburg had the misfortune to lose his fine jack "Bleecher" last Monday night. This jack was richly worth $1000. which means quite a loss to Mr. Schooler; but fortunately he had him insured for $500. which will be promptly paid. Mr. Alex Walker purchased in Danville Monday of Mr. Bickley a fine Percheon horse for $200. Mr. Walker will use him in his delivery wagon. He also bought three mules there at an average of $140. each. Mr. Carlton Elkin sold a nice harness horse to Mr. Jordan of Monticello, Ga. for $250. good milk cow for sale. Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. R. L. Elkin. Thistle Doune I have a 2.09 14 The fast, game and richly-bre- d young trotting stallion, Thistle Doune 2:09J, has been secured by J. Granville Cecil of Danville. Few better trotters than Thistle Doune have been seen in recent year and the family from which he comes has produced a remarkable number of first class race horses. As a yearling Thistle Doune was the sensation of the Lexington track. He trotted a quarter at that time in about 33 seconds and was soon after sold for a long price. As a he was youngster, going up a very high-clato a mile at that age in about 2:11. In point of breeding Thistle Doune is quite the equal of fcthe best, being by Jsy McGregor, recently sold for $15,-00- 0 to go to Russia and whose son Baldy McGregor has recently changed hands for $16,000. Thistle. Doune's dam is Baroness Sibyl 2:15J by Baron Wilkes two-year-o- ld ss Mr. J. Mort Rothewell is still on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stirmett visited his mother Mrs. Stirmett of Jessamine last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby girl at their home. Mr. J. H. Hamilton is progressing nicely with his new store and we hope he will still progress more. Mr. Joseph Rogers died at the home In anticipation of a "home market" Among the rank and file of school of his Mrs. Lucy children a cry of anguish has gone up for their crop this fall, the farmers of Hammack on Wednesday night of old since it dawned upon them that Wash- the county are preparing for a bumper age. ington's birthday comes on Saturday tobacco crop this year. Of course tha this year, some of them say, however, weather will not permit as yet of anyJII.TANTSV1LT.E that they do not mind not getting this thing but the preliminary work, but usual holiday, showing they are careful material is beinggotten together for the Miss Levee Dunn spent several days students of the life of "the father of burning of plant beds, and with the in Lexington last week. coming of suitable conditions, every our countrv." Miss Fannie Tomlinson is visiting her hillside will be ablaze in preparation of aunt Mrs Adams in Lexington. With the coming change in the ad- the seed sowing. The Garrard county crop was variousMr. Len Lucas visited his mother ministration, both parties of our law near Harrodsburg Saturday and Sunday makers are wary, and a little legisla- ly estimated last year at from five to Mr. Wilson Moore of Nicholasville tion of general interest can be looked six million pounds, and if this estimate be correct, taking into consideration has been visiting in our midst for a few for until after March 4th. days. This does not mean, however, that the extremely light quality of the crop, Miss Margaret Robinson has returned Washington news at present is not in- it may easily be expected that the comfrom a several weeks visit in Harrods- teresting for the gossip of what is go- ing season will see at least, seven milburg. ing on behind the scenes, as it were, at lion pounds of tobacco raised in Garrard county, even if the quality in so Dr. B. C. Rose and J. H. Ballard this time makes good reading. far as weight ia concerned, is no heavimade a business trip to Lexington this However, the inweek. Mrs. Genevieve Stone, wife of er than la3t year. Mr. Walter Arnold of Columbus Ohio Congressman Stone, of Illinois, and the crease in the size of the tobacco crop is visiting his sisters Mrs. B. M. Swope suffragette organized of delegations will not exclude the raising of a liberal and-M- rs from the states, writes that she hopes corn crop, and many farmers are pre Wm. Swope. to increase their acreage of this Squire L. M. Ison has returned from for a large delegation from Kentucky. paring She, also adds that the worn ens parade cereal over that of last year. a few days visit to his daughter Mrs. on March 3rd will be more interesting Christopher of Somei set. to the throngs of visitors in Washington PREPARING FOR SPRING WORK Mrs. Eliza Ballard and daughter Miss than the inaugural parade next day, Mayme Ballard have returned from a while long lines of men in silk hats Only Buy Implemente Actually.. Nesttwo weeks visit to Mrs W.T.Woolfolk that ed fciMtlmM Cheeper to Hire may show the solid strength of and family in Lexington. Corn and Oata Seeder. Democracy, but they wont piease the There will be a Silver Tea given at esthetic sense as will women clad as the home of Mrs. W. J. Hogan on Sat- heralds, mounted on Hare the plows, harrows, cultlYe-tor- s, white chargers and drills, and rollere ta orcer for urday Feb. 22nd. The hours are from blowing golden tiumpets. We hope spring work. Lay la a fsw extra plow 2 to 5 oclock P.M. Everybody invited there is no Kentucky gentleman so points and bolts. Hare tha harrow and earnestly requested to be present, ungallant as not to agree with her. teeth sharp. Extra wBlffletreea 'end "On Saturday Feb. twenty two. some good name strings should be We hope very much to see you, provided. Tha eee4 oata, corn.'clorar Arnold. Some pieces of silver be sure to bring, and grass seed should be bought this And the teapot will merrily sing. Mr. E. S. Arnold, who had been ill month, so no time need ba loaf. when for several weeks, died at his home on the season opene. aaya a writer.-- ' Buy and fertiliser you need EXCELLENT TIME FOR LAYING Shakertown pike, with double pneu- now. If haul tha or harrow la worn tha plow monia at eleven o'clock Saturday night pay to buy a good steal out, years plow it will spring-toot- h Not Advisable to Hava Pullets Pro- the 15th inst. He was sixty-on- e harrow "and and a of age. He was born in Garrard coun- a ducing Eggs Before October-C- old e cultivator. A corn planter ty, near Lancaster, in 1852. He leaves and a grain drill aay be hired for 13 Weather Hinders. a wife and six children to mourn his cents per acre. If you only plant ten Many poultry raisers believe that loss. The funeral was conducted at acres In corn and ace4 a few acrea to the sooner pullets start laying the the residence by Elder H. C. Harrison ! oats. It will be cheaper to hire than to greater the financial returns will be. last Monday at ten o'clock, and the re- buy these Implements. but this Is not always the case. It Is Only buy those lmplementa you realmains were laid to rest in the Pleasant not advisable to have pullets laying ly need. It will pay you to buy If you Grove cemetery. Advocate. before October at the earliest, except need the Implement, bat do not buy It In the few cases where winter eggs because It la cheap, nor because'' you Automobile Slow. are not wanted. If the birds start laycan buy It on time. The note soon ing earlier than October the cold cornea' ' due The Louisville Automobile Show, falls due, and tt often weather comes around, and probably when you are short ot funds. will not start again until the winter which will be held in the Armory on Do not ask your neighbor to go seIs nearly over. If they start laying March 5, 6, 7, and 8, by the Louisville curity. If the bank will not accept' the by July or August, as very early Automobile Dealers Association note with your wife aa tndoraef, do hatched pullets sometimes do, they promises to be the most important dis- not buy. This la sound advice, and usually moult In the fall and do not play of motor cars ever held in this If followed will save you a lot of lay again until February. But It is territory. This year the entire main trouble and considerable money. Do equally bad If they do not start laying floor of the Armory will be devoted to not go security for anyone. It ti by the middle of November, as they the display of automobiles with the wrong, as you may ruin yourself, jed probably will not start In until the end oftentimes your family aa well of January at the earliest and perhaps balcony reserved for motorcycles, tires, easy-goin- g fanner had not until the end of February or the automobile accessories, etc. better remain away from farm eelea. The interest in automobiles in Kenbeginning of March. The time the pullets are hatched tucky is rapidly increasing and the fact EXERCISE AND FEED NEEDED has more to do with the time they that there is not as great a percentage start laying than anything else, of motor cars in use in this territory Bad Reaulta From OverfaeaJng M but the system of feeding has consid- 'as in other states causes the Sows Are Indolent ana Loath ta erable to do with It also. If pullets manufacturers and dealers to regard Run About Oeee Rule. are maturing too quickly they should this as an undeveloped field and for receive free range and be fed only that reason to take a peculiar interest It la beyond reaaon that a sow can once a day, about 3 or 4 o'clock In the afternoon being the best time. The in the Louisville show. As proof of give birth to a strong litter of pica food should be only dry grain, and this, space on the main floor was all ta- after having gone through a four oats are about as good as anything ken nearly two months before the show, months' fast. Bad results are unfor the purpose. As soon as the early and a number of Aims that desired to doubtedly brought about by overfeedpullets freely receive nutritious foods display ears were unable to abtain ing, especially aa sows are naturally Indolent and loath to exercise; but a they start laying. room. counteract! lineage y Ja.frrVTHl -grand-daughttwo-horsgood-nature- We might have known "Marse Henin Feb. along witli "Marse George's" and other celebriChic Patriotism. ties. This dean of American journalism The new spirit of Civic Patriotism passea me seventy mira mile stone on that has swept all over this broardland life's journey Sunday. of ours, is not unreasonable. From Joseph Tumulty, who is to be Mr. the city authorities it demands not the Wilson's secretary, sounds like he millenium, but a modern city, that is a might belong to the Roosevelt regime, clean city, well supplied with good not only on account of his name but be- water, good telephone system, good cause he is described as being "Irish to and well lighted streets. It does not the core in disposition as well as blood". demand perfect law and order but an honest attempt to improve conditions, "Zimmie", the wise owl says machin not impossible parity but better police es for manufacturing milk may work protection. From the effort of the all right, but when they are old and churches it expects all that can be worn out they cannot be sold for prime done for the moral and religious uplift beef as can the cow, therefore it be- of the community. To the schools, hooves the farmer to stick to the cow. womens clubs and like organizations it looks for a means to provide culture All of our neighbor towns seem to and refinement. And as a foundation think we paid high for our filter and upon which all of these agencies for water tower, judging from their com- good can rest it asks of its business ments. It might be high for them, but men enthusiastic cooperation in the before such wealth as ours one thinks development of the material interests involuntarily of the worldly cynicism; of the town. "There are many things besides money and money will buy them all". Getting Ready For A Bumper Crop. ry's" birthday came stated that Joseph R. Wilson, brother of the President elect ha3 with drawn from the race for Secretary of the Senate. It is now wondered what part Mr Wilson had in the matter of his brothers withdrawal. exercise, that ihaywbe"'5rc-vlde- d by a large pasture, or even by driving slowly a mile or so each day. The necessity of exercise should not "under any circumstances be overlooked. It should be borne in mind In the second place that the main demands upon the sow are those for the build ing of new tissue. Hence, the kind of feed Is important. What are known as the nitrogenous or protein-bearinfeeds are needed at this time. These are bran, oUmeal, peas, beans, oats and barley, and, to a moderate extent, wheat. The forage plants that are especially suitable to pregnant brood sows are the clovers and their relatives, alfalfa, peas, beans, vetches, etc. The ordinary pasture grasses are alio cf much value. in-ag Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the monev Winning race record on 'Grand Cirenlt Ifcls. Full brotbei of Rath McGreor2.rs. ,i;,.tH fTlri.nl, .wlnnnv a, im.l Ca 2.o;?wno recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars (J15.0CO.00) for export to Rniiln.und who sired Baldy McGregor 2.0 who sold at auction rebmary 4th. in New York City for sixtw a thousand dollars (KC0O.no) for export to Austria. Hisdam Is Baronts Sibyl - adan-h-ter- of Thistle Doune 2:09 14 Bron Wlltes. ... .... many people consider Cblraewsod the trotting stallion living: ton f - ' ... U1IIU1C ui .. ""- - oil J an.t rhimA H, n.li. iit jiam- uciib ormoKlng. His first five dams are in great brood mare list. Cncle Commission of fonr men from different States passed on thifhorse. Mr. Rommel! Chief of Animal the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollar? 13.100 00) cash fer Chimewood to head the sovernment breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other tt fers have been refnsed. This is the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and full information and ta Place. Address, Chimewood 2:19 Mt S-- GIVE CHICKENS GREEN FOOD $25.00 to Insure a living colt for Each Horse. Farm 3 miles from on Danville Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 13S Danville, Ky. JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Cllpplnje From Lawn, Which Have een Properly Dried, Make Excellent Feed for Poultry. Lawn dippings which have been dried in the shade the previous summer make ideal winter green food, says the Farm and Home. The best way to feed them Is to roll them up In a strip of two-Incpoultry netting h While In Town Court Day WHY NOT HAVE YOUR Mr IILi t Horse and Jack Cards PRINTED AT THE tf Way te Prevent Waete. two feet wide and eJa-fc- feet long, as ehowa la tke cuL Hang It against the wall wtthla easy reach of the hern. Breaking the Celt. The earlier the colt Is made used to the harnesa the better broken the ani-mwill be when It cornea time for him to do some light work. It is easier to keep colta from learning bad tricks than to break them of such hablta. For this reaaon have every strap and rope naed by the colta so strong .that there ia no dancer ot a break. Once a coK flada out that bo can get away from a halter or other parts ot e tha harnesa there will be trouble, for all time. al per-fcap- CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE of Chickens. Fowls are obliged to throw oft much fit the waste ot the body through the lungs. They do not aweat in the sense that do other animals, but Instead breathe several times faster than sweating animals when heated. To keep In good health a hen requlrea nearly seven times the amount ot fresh air In proportion to Its else aa does a horse. -- ' Air Requirements At first the tendency of the manufacturers seemed to be toward large and expensive cars and the needs of the poor man or the man of moderate means was overlooked. sup- American ingenuity and common sense plied this need in "The Ford." Color of Km. The first eggs of the brown-eglayers are generally of a good color, but as tha hen Increases her laying she dtcreaaes tha amount ot color, owing to the gradual loaa ot tke pigment which colon the eggs. g The Ford is not only an inexpensive car to buy but because of its strength and enduring qualities it is also inexpensive to maintain. R. L. ELKIN, Agent. Exerelee for the Boar. The boar will not hare that animated appearance that ha should have It kept In doe coafiaasaaL It you would have him lively and a sate and sure sire, provide a feature tar htm. "Do you waroa. come when the swords will be converted Into plowshares?" "No." "Then you do not expect universal peace - "Oh, that may easily coaae; but swords' are so easily utilised for decorative purpoees." think the time will ever r Heard In an Blevater. Observing Gent Pardon .me, madam, but your hair la oceaiag down. Lady (turning) MlaeT Observing QenV- -I think It U yvara. IHy. Net The Fiery Man Do you realiae, air, that Iva men control tke entire wealth of the United States! Poosibly.. air. But The Meek sfs really, you know, tm aot one of tkeml Pack. Culture. Oabe What la oaltareT SUre Culture la when 70a apeak of the home beaatlfal lrhea jroii suaa 1 T T . Louisville Automobile Show ExUblt el All Leading Amerlcaa Cars, Motorcycles, Saadrles, Accessories, Etc. At tBC ELABORATE .; A DlffADV MARCH S. 6. 7 and 8 ORCHSTRA CONCERTS DECORATIONS tae beajtfttelkwtae. C, - r -