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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 28, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913022801_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 28, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 1. CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNJSJIED DEM0GRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT .! NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913. Will Huerta Mexica or Diaz Mailero? 47. .532f&ps&s&8zms& The haoDenintr in Mexico, hnhiTDAn tinrl tho war nllmfl TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Good afternoon, who do you think will and the weather are too changable bo President of Mexico tomorrow? the weekly paper to comment upon. iia Rnlknn aisy&JgLEIrUlajgfHrgLDjg W Mf LrsrglljgjBjgfHfgJll j for NP Lancaster Rapidly Approaching Certainly And Articles Of Incorpera- EoiiTo Be PLOWS s The fund for the erection of a Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse In Lancaster is growing rapidly, and it is expected Some men are born owning cellaretts, that a sufficient number of shares of but the suffragette is usually thrust stock will have been subscribed shortly upon him. to enable the piomoters to file articles Why cant all the Republican office of incorporation and get down to busiholders be magnanimous and give up ness. their fat jobs during Lent, so that the We have the largest line of It is earnestly desired that the Democrats can come out in their Easter If you lived in New York and had farmers throughout the county become bonnets in which the bees have been any doubt about the milk you were interested in the warehouse, that they buzzing so long. drinking, all you would have to do subscribe to the stock, thereby creating A few robins had made their appear- would be to call up the Board of Health an interest in the venture all over the ance in our midst and we felt sure ana say you wished to know the county. This is not taking a chance. m I Spring was near at hand, but Monday bacterial count of the milk sold by Mr, it is a puiely legitimate investment, they were mingling with the Court Day So and So. You might not know much an investment that will pay you a crowd trying to find out the cheapest about the bacterial count after it had handsome dividend, not only a liberal place to buy chest protectors and over- been given you but if you wanted to per cent, but will help the county, will investigate further you could attend a increase the value of your real estate, shoes. lecture with moving picture illustrations enable you to market your tobacco at The Hubble Telephone Co. is meethome, ing with much encouragement. The now given free by the Milk Committee tages and you know the many advanwhich will attend that proposiof New York City. j promoters are determined to avail them tion, it will increase the bank deposits, selves of the law which compels teleof all kinds that has ever been shown in will cause the great bulk of the money Eggs For Hatching. phone companies to grant other lines which comes to the tobacco raiser to connections if they are forced to do so, Pure White Orpington Eggs, Keller-straus- s Lancaster. be spent at home, will materially in m They have a nice exchange list built up strain, $1.00 per setting or two crease tne business of the home mer in their section and will later take up settings for $1.50. Mrs M. D. Hughes, In fact we are Headquarters for the best and chants, and in a thousand ways will Sj Lancaster, Ky. other sections. help the county and thereby help you. ES most Farm Machinery on the Think this matter over carefully. The Pittsburg Post says that AmeriCatholic Services. CAN YOU AFFORD TO LET THE can citizens have fully $000,000,000 inmarket. Call and be convinced. There will be Catholic Services at OPPORTUNITY ESCAPE YOU TO vested in Mexico and that fully two the home of Mr. N. Miller on Tuesday ASSIST IN THIS MOVEMENT. The thirds of this wealth has been wiped M out during the revolt. The majority of morning March 4th, conducted by cost to you of marketing one crop of Father Yahner who succeeds Father tobacco in a foreign market would American investments are said to be in purchase one share of stock in the railroads, securities or in lands and O'Dwyer at Richmond. home warehouse, and the purchase of while the railroad securities may be Mrs. McCormick Shows ImprovemeBt. one share by you might stimulate someimpaired, the land is still there and will HE! Mi lLOfii'2'Tii "' be until the end of time, Mrs. Sallie McCormick, who has been one else to take stock, and so the entire amount might be raised. One of the most important problems seriously ill for the last week at her "Town people" are doing nobly, but home on Danville street in this city of that Mr. Taf t will pass over to Mr. cerebral trouble, we are glad to be able they cannot, nor do you desire them to Wilson for solution will be the developdo it all. You want to be interested ment of Alaska. Praetically nothing to report, is showing improvement, and yourself, for it is you who will reap th her many friends are hoping that, she has been done the past four years on greatest benefit. may continue to improve. account of the Ballanger trouble, but Do not delay longer in this matter, with the coming in of the new come in and let them show you who Crime Rampant In Mercer. administration, that vast country with and how much has been subscribed, its billions of tons of coal and fast It is a deep source of regret to us and see if you cannot associate yourquanities of other mineral wealth, the that the grand jury had to report such self with these people in this enterproblem will be taken up in earnest bad things of our proud old county. prise. Every little bit helps, and bo we hope. There is no question, however, but for your subscription large or small, it will the last six or eight months crime and be acceptable. If a stranger came to this town he has been bolder than for Remember you are not simply givcould organize the Great Eastern some years past. Harrodsburg Leader. ing, neither are you investing in a Mountain Life, Cyclone, Lightning and doubtful or "wildcat" venture: the Accident Insurance Society and sell all More Steady Help. ' history of these warehouses is that the stock right here, yetsomebody who Mr. Coleman Gully says Mr. Baily is they have paid handsomely. If they was born and raised among us, who spends every cent he makes here can't not the only man in town that has steady paid in other places, then surely they I sell a sassafras root to one of us with help as he is also the proud posessor of will pay here in the best tobacco growan.investigation as to where it came two boys, another one having come to ing county in Kentucky. Come and out from and all about it, he would'nt be bless his home Friday morning. If this help. Do not be misled by persons who are able to sell it even then if a stranger youngster is half as go'od looking and smart as Horace he will have cause for interested in seeing mat Lancaster came along with one. 32&ZC&&& DOES NOT get a warehouse giving congratulations. you reasons why you should not subMrs. Gibbs Returns. scribe for the stock. Substantial busiMr. and Mrs. S.,L. Gibbs returned ness men are back of this enterprise, Oiinr7ap fimm PnAoatat tnlinHA men who have canvassed the situation Minn they went to consult the Drs Mayo in thoroughly, have secured every detail, I regard to Mrs. Gibbs, health. She and they KNOW the house can be made a success. Come in and hopes to derive considerable benefit built and any one of them will gladly the treatment prescribed by these see them, from explain the entire proposition to you. noted physicians. Dr. McKee of Lexington accompanied them on the trip to Combination Sale. Rochester. A neat catalogue announcing the sale Chas. Hayden In Town. of Miller and Beazley at Mount Vernon Mr. Chas. Hayden, who has long been on March 6th. and 7th. has reached in the railway mail service and was at this office and is quite attractive. This We represent the Globe Tailoring Co., of Cincinone time on the run through Lancaster, sale has every evidence of being a sucwas shaking hands with friends here cess and should be well patronized nati, Ohio, and The American Specialty Tailoring Co., Monday. Mr. Hayden is at present, from this section. Write them for a and has been for many years transfer catalogue and read their advertiseof New York, two of the best in the Country. clerk at the Tenth street depot in ment on another page of this issue. Louisville. He is a son of the late J.J. Big Real Estate Deal. Hayden, who formerly lived in the Point Leavell section of this county. Mr. S. D. Cochran on Monday sold his farm, which is situated on the LexGreen Clay Walker 111. ington pike a mile from town, and which Mr. Green Clay Walker, formerly is one of the best farms in the county, Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We are receiving editor of the Record, is in the Good embracing in the boundary 264 acre3 to Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, wher James L Hamilton at $120, per acre; treatment for possession to be given January 1, 1914. he is undergoing rheumatism, a malady from which he Mr. Cochran then purchased of Mr. W. has been a severe sufferer for some S. Carrier his handsome newly erected time. He is considerably improved and home on Danville street in Lancaster daily. Our Spring lines will soon be complete, and if hopes within a few weeks to be entirely for $6,000. Mr. Cochran we are glad to recovered and to be able to return home learn will become a permanent citizen you want to be dressed correctly you should call and and prosecute his campaign for the of Lancaster on January 1, 1914. We are also rejoiced over the fact that Mr. nomination for County Attorney. Out-F- it buy your Spring at once, before the stock is Carrier entertains no idea of leaving Lancaster, but is in the market for Mr. and Mrs. Miller Loses Old Friend. broken. another home here. Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller had the mis The sales were consummated through Our lines for Spring are the best money can buy. fortune to lose their old family mare tho real estate firm of Hughes & Swine- The faithful old beast broad. on last Monday. Pratts-Lo- w years of age and was past twenty-fiv- e traveled many hunJred miles to had President Wilson's Cabinet. and from Lancaster, bringing the young PEACHES, APRICOTS, CHERRIES, Cabinet makers have been busy ever Perfection For Boysr, Millers to and from school, as well as since the election of Woodrow Wilson doing the many other chores required of the usual family hack horse. She to the presidency, and about every mas country has was in apparent good health, and was of any prominency in the rolling in the yard, and when she did been slated by one or the other of them for Ladies. not get up, upon investigation she was for a berth in the official family. The following list which is given out by found to have breathed her last "men who are in a position to know", is probably nearer correct than any Tribute To A Vanishing Race. previously given: Corn, Peas, String Beans, Lima Beans, Beets It must have been an impressive sight Secretary of State, William J. Bryan and many other lines of Shoes and Oxfords for Men. when twenty nine full blooded Indian of Nebraska. Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Spinach. JOHN B. STETSON and KEITH BROS HATS. chiefs between the ages of seventy and Postmaster General, Albert S. Bureighty, many of whom had fought Cus- leson of Texas. Monarch and Giuetts Shirts. A complete line of Ladies Attorney General, Chancellor Walker ter, attired in the regalia of their rank, ready-to-we- ar promarched side by side with the Great of New Jersey. Suits, Dresses and Costumes will be on Secretary of Treasury, William White Father to the highest crest of display soon. of New York: Staten Island. Secretary of Commerce and Labor, While the Indian Chieftains sang the folk songs of their race, President Taf t Louis D. Brandies of Massachusetts. Secretary of Navy, Josephus Daniels and Chief Hollow Horn Bear broke ground for a sixty foot bronze statue of North Carolina. The above selections are said to be of an Indian warrior. As their voices died away the band broke out with the correct, but that remains to be seen. Star Spangled Banner, emblematic of No other reports that bear a sufficient themerging of a great race of people ly truthful appearance have been offer into that pf another andastronger.one. ed as to the remaining cabinet offices. I Its alright to feather your own nest, Rudyard Kipling, in verse, establish if you dont rob the other birds, ed the "femsle of the species" as be- It will help you as you travel life's ing more deadly than the male, but if highway, if you will pay your debts as i.tir ii vuimn ujuu iti iiiBAO vi nuaii :, now in the middle of the square a Park well as your compliments. I filed In Near Fntore. HARNESS, Beautiful they will have established it in prose. It will mean the swiping out of everything from the highest peak of the pole to the lowly dog. It will be hard prosaic work on their part, but ii estimable value to the town, not oniy in dollars and cents but in beauty. 1 Attention WF a rmerSi i s 'iSl ph a U k Plows, diiltiuQtnpo 1 uumicuuioi Corn Planters, Cutting Harrows, and Farming Implements Come, Get Prices and See i HASELDEN BROS. lQiSIrtijtSfrHlairtiJaiife Who Are Your Friends That Live and Let Live. Buggies AND CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Harness. Let Us Make Your Easter Suit Suits To Measure From $16.00 to $50.00 For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wagons and Harness. W. J. EOMANS. New Spring Goods Some Of Our Exclusive Brands Of Canned Goods, Canning Co. Frat Clothing For Young Men. l$b Drew Selby Shoes & Oxfords Florsheim, Endicott Johnson FULTON'S PRIDE. Mc-Ad- These goods are the best we can cure and every can guaranteed. H. T. Logan DAVIDSON & DOTY l V j U 3SSKfrSSS3xSS3$$frS J$3S3S3$kSkS443$3'S43 $&&S44irt&$3&$S&SG SSSSSSESS333SE3K5S33CSS32 ; BXJLS&S3?cS&gX55SCK3 uocs: W $10.00. OSSm303a!a3eS5O ELOTEIHG 15.00 AND I am after your Spring Clothing Business with the best line of PURE WOOL SUIT s ever brought to Lancaster at S5 S25.00 K's aisxwSxx n 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. 7 v s 7 "V V ' JAS W -t SWSvKWK:w:WSVESHgWaJSj SMITH, House Of Qiralit y COOCO?t0SOC3 Situation In Mexico Becoming Acute Farmers Institute. And Norton Fitch Receiving Congratulations. f 7 sK5K9Sskskc:::;w3b: A. B. Estridge III. 7 v the conduct of all public offices and insurrection is suppressed, or suppresses public officials. That body may in- the party in power, as the case may be, vestigate the financial condition of another insurrection arises, and each incorporated. $1.00 a year. your citv and county and report with one seems to assume more prodigious Issued Weekly. recommendation. It may investigate sire than its predecessor. It keep3 Uncb the condition of your streets and pub- Sam cunstantly on the quivive, and we J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. lic highways for the county with any would not be surprised at any time to R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. recommendations. It may investigate see American troops compelled to take as to the assessment of property, the a hand, which will be done at the first Entered at the Po- Office in Lancaster, Ky., rate of taxation and the collection of show of the oppression of Americans Second-Clas- s as Midi Matter. taxes. because they are Americans; either If any one or more members of the that, or in pursuance of the Monroe Member Kentucky Pres3 Association grand jury jury itself fails or refuses doctrine, which provides that in an and to do his duty a report may make the extremity the United States shall Eighth District Publishers League. facts known to the court. This report intervene, and the Powers are watching is not necessarily unanimous. It was closely the attitude of this country, and Lancaster, Ky., February 28, 1913. only recently that two members of the expecting them to look after the safety grand jury of the Fayette Circuit court of all foreign subjects in that country. in Lexington made a minority report ' So you see Uncle Sam has his hands Rates For Political Announcements stating the failure of the other ten full these days with his neighbor's For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 jurors to find indictments when the affairs. President Wilson has kept in close or County Offices 10.00 evidence was plain. Upon that minorFor State and District Offices 15.00 ity report the judge publicly repriman- , touch with the outgoing administration and 10 ded the unfaithful ten, dismissed the as regards the Mexican situation, For Calls, per line For Cards, per line 10 body and empannelled another jury is fully as well informed of tl e status who found and returned ninty two in- - of affairs as is President Taft; in fact For all publications in the interdictments that the former had refused he and Pros' t. Taft have discussed the est of individuals or expresto make and return. situation fully as well as members of sion of individual views, per This plan of reporting enables the the Cabinet, and when he comes into line 10 I Obituaries, per line 03 ' Judge to keep in touch with his grand office, should the necessity present itjury, and to know the needs of his dis self, Pres't. Wilson will be able to trict. The publicity incidental to the take up the matter in as intelligent a We are authorized to announce the work will educate the people upon the manner as if he had been in the following candidates for Democratic condition of their public affairs and we presidential chair from the incipiency Nominations. think a great deal of good will rapidly of the disturbance. The Central Record I follow. For Stale Senator. The news of the death of Capt Scott, the noted English explorer, has caused sorrow throughout all England, but the question arises; could not the tragedy For Representative. have been avoided, and is such a dangerous expedition, glorious as it was, JOHN M. FARRA. really worth the while? J. R. MOUNT. No one for a moment doubts the glory of it. Scott and his followers died like For County Judge. heroes, and the United Kingdom is genCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. erously raising funds for their families JAMES A. BEAZLEY. and for a memorial worthy of their heroism. The gallant soldier's end in For Sheriff. itself is to be regarded as a proof of his haroism; heroism and self sacrifice C. A. ROBINSON. characteristically English, and to be ASHBY ARNOLD. remembered as long as the English W. L. LAWSON. spirit lives. In this and other aspects, W. S. CARRIER. such as Capt. ScoU's dying message to the world, the tragedy is a kind to For Counly Attorney. awaken the keenest national pride. But G. B. SWINEBROAD. even in the pride that their fellow GREEN CLAY WALKER. countrymen died like men, there is a feeling of anxiety and regret that perFor Jailer. haps some of the equipment was lacking that made for success in such an JACK ADAMS. expedition. DAVE ROSS. Certainly such an expedition was worth while. Heroism in itself is a re. For Assessor. ward. The voices who claim that such DAVE C. SANDERS. an expedition was not worth while are few and faint; the great majority of us E. B. RAY. are thrilled by the courage and know, J. B. COLLIER. W. L. HUFFMAN. though we have some difficulty in explaining, why the explorer who overcomes such difficulties is a hero and has For School Superintendant. his adequate reward in that. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. The fact that one is the first or the first of a few produces a keen pleasure For Magistrate. characteristic to human nature, too common to us all to be treated as mere1st District. ly the product of vain ambition. Science JOHN N. WHITE. ' is indebted to those who have given WALTON E. MOSS. their fortunes and perhaps their lives SHIPTONH. ESTES. to that mysterious call of the polar DAVIS SUTTON. regions. 2nd District In regard to the scientific value of CHARLES C. BECKER. such an expedition. The editor of TAYLOR T. BURDETT. the Scientific American, says, "The LOGAN ISON. meteorlogical observations alone re- j pays all the hardships that must be enuurea. ine Knowledge of anarctic Publicity seems to be the missionary blizzards, atmospheric temperature that opens the path to all modern wind velocities, etc, is absolutely inreforms. Although that tribunal of dispensable in building up a science of the circuit court known as the grand weather forecasting, which will be an jury is almost unlimited in its authority to investigate, yet its deliberations everlasting benefit to Jmankind. Long range weather prediction is still to be are shielded by the greatest secrecy. obtained. When the forecaster can Thus relieved of the public gaze, many grand juries have been derelict of duty, actually tell us what will be the state of weather a week hence, so that every when results would have been quite to farmer can prepare himself, it will be the contrary if their acts and doings found that the scientifically trained could have gotten to the public. men who braved the icy blasts of the Judge Chas. A. Hardin of this it district has adopted a plan in arctic and anarctic. regions, who lived handling his grand juries which is on oily seal meat for months, who even working admirably. In addition to the endured scurvy, contributed their share splendid and practical charge he de- to the science of forecasting on an ex livers, the jury is directed to make a act basis". written report to the Court of its work with such recommendations as that It looks very much as if Mexicans body may deem advisable. These were not capable of governing Mexico, written reports will be helpful to the as if some master hand was needed to public as well as to the Court, the re- guide the destiny of ' that badly ports are not limited to a condition in misguided country. The nearer affairs cidental to a violation of the penal . seem to be settled there, the more they laws. The grand jury may report on uetujue unseiuea. as last as one CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. Of Boyle County. cii-cu- Hon. J. Norton Fitch of Jessamine News come from Paint Lick of the county was in town Monday and was serious illness of Mr. A. B. Estridge, receiving the congratulations of his much to the regret of his numerous many Garrard county friends over his Lancaster friends. Mr. Estridge 13 appointment as a member of the State been in failing health for more than a Board of Control, succeeding Judge year. He wa3 formerly in the Wells of Calloway county, who has been mercantile business at Paint Lick, ad named to succeed the late lamented is one of the leading citizens and Warden Mudd of the Frankfort peni- J farmers of that section. tentiary. Mr. Fitch for a number of years has Fish And Game Club Organized In Garbeen chairman of the Eighth District rard County. Democratic Committee, and by fair dealing and gentlemanly conduct has Sixteen of the most ardent sportsmen gained for himself innumerable friends, in and around Lancaster gathered at who while they regret to give him up court room recently to taHc mr from the old position, rejoice at his the organization of a Fish and Gae appointment to the new one, which is Club for Garrard county. The tneetit.)? quite remunerative. was held upon the invitation of Mr. J. E. Stormes, and it was intended to in A New Garage. only a preliminary meeting, but so enMr. Frank Conn, a son of Mr. Robert thusiastic were those gathered that an was formed with Mr. Conn of Paint Lick and a brother of organization Messrs James and John Conn, has be- Stormes as President and Mr. George W. Palmer as Secretary. come a resident of Lancaster and has It is hoped that this little band thB3 asociated himself with Mr. Virgil Conn, and these two gentlemen will conduct organized will prove a nucleus around an up to date garage at the old Conn which will gather an organization comshop on Butord street. Thev will have posed of at least one hundred citizens about 600 feet of floor space and will be of Garrard county, who are interested prepared to do everything that is in seeing the fish and game protected required to be done to an automobile, and the now splendid game laws of the from repairing a puncture to building state of Kentucky enforced in Garrsud one from the ground up. These are two as they are in other counties of the clever young gentlemen and they are state. It is a striking coincidence that engaging in a business that has long The organization of these clubs insurWilliam Faversham has been placing on been needed in Lancaster. That they es the appointment of a game warden, the boards of the large theaters, the know their business goes without saying, and the amount paid in by the members past week, a duplication of the tragedy for there wa3 never one of this family in the way of dues will be supplementwhich was in the maniac mind of John of Conn3 that could not repair anything ed Dy an amount from the State Fish Wilkes Booth when he robbed the from a watch to a threshing machine. and Game Commission, which will enreunited nation of the service of able us to secure a good man for the Abraham Lincoln. "Et tu, Brute", months of the year which his services Wills Probated. hissed by an assasin in the old Ford are most needed. Theater in Washington City, nearly In the county court Monday the Will half a century ago sent a shudder Mr. Quincy Ward, State Agent of ot Miss Margaret Patterson was ad- the Commission, through the entire civilized world; and who by the way mitted to probate. The instrument is doing a magnificent "Et tu, Brute", hissed again on the work in the was in her own handwriting and was cause, has been invited very night Lincoln's natal day was being Again Have Supervision And to come to Landated May 27, 190S, and there was a caster and give his celebrated, by one of the dramatic elect, "Uncle Sam" Now Owns Lancaster assistance in percodicil, also in her own handwriting fecting the local Good Meeting Is brought forth applause. With this club, and he has hereProperty. under date of Feb. 12, 1912. She did tofore signified his willingness coincidence there comes the reflection to come. Assured. not name an executor and the court It is especially desired that in staging this greatest of Hon. Sawyer T. Smith came last tohave the farmappointed Mr. George F. Brown to ad- ers of the county to Shakespearean tragedies, Faversham Friday as a representative of the U. take membership The Knights of Pythias have definite- minister the last terms of the instru- in the club, more especially those who has selected for himself what other I S. Government and" paid ths purchase noted actors of the present day have 'money for the proposed government ly decided to give another Fair this ment. He immediately qualified. Miss live along the streams. Their cooperadeemed to be a secondary part, but building site. $4500. to Mrs, J. W. year, and have already commenced Patterson devised that her money tion would mean a great deal to the which in reality is the keynote to the Grant and $500. to the Presbyterian preliminary arrangements for the meet- should be divided equally between her game warden, as would also his efforts theatrical triumph of Julius Caesar. church, the deeds were made and ing, and offer assurance of the best niece Margaret Brown; her horse and mean a great deal to the farmers. In Mantel and Sothern prefer the role of "Uncle Sam" now owns the property. meeting in the history of the best Fair buggy to her sister Mrs. Geo. F. addition to the protection thrown around Brown her household goods to Miss the fish and game, they Brutus, but Faversham as Mark Antony The appropriation for the erection of in Central Kentucky. would be proMessrs J. W. Elmore,-J-. A. Beasley, Margaret Brown and her home place, tected against trespassers, the danger presents a character around which the the building seems to have been "lost known as the "Patterson homestead" to their stock from promiscuous entire interest centers. For a while in the shuffle", but we will hope for J. R. Haselden, R. H. Tomlinson and hunters Shakespearean plays seemed not so the future, anyway, we will have the R. L. Elkin have been appointed a com- she gave to her nephew Holman Brown. would be reduced to the minimum, the The Will of the late Mr. John K. danger to their fencing popular as lighter plays, but this season, satisfaction of knowing that we have mittee on arrangements as to grounds from being torn and other preliminaries, and the work West was also admitted to probate and down by hunters and fishermen, who the verdict of the pub ic, as given by the site if we never get the building. r. will be pushed from now until the date Mr. B. F. Hudson was named a3 large audiences, is that the Elizabethan have hitherto wandered at random, in of the exhibition, which will be Lanwright, the peerless William, bard Boys Climb Tower. play many instances going where they pleascaster's old dates, July 30th and 31st ed, leaving gates open and pulling dow n of Avon wrote for time and to eternity. We had thought that Work Of Maj. W. H. Collier. It is said the new opera house at Lex- no one in Lancaster there would be and August 1st. fences, wouid be stopped, and they with sufficient The K. of P. Lodge gave the Fair ington will be opened with Marlowe and would receive many material benefits hardihood to climb the water tower, a last year, and with only a The St. Louis Star devotes a page of few weeks Sothern in their from the appointment of an efficient repertoire of distance of 178 feet, and we were rath- in which to do the work, gave an ex- its large paper to a picture and to the man as game warden in the county. Shakespearean plays with the same er inclined to the belief that it was un hibition which was a credit to the coun- work of Maj. Collier. Hi3 friends and cast and scenic embellishments that necessary for the City Council to enact ty, a county which stands justly proud that his The Fish and Game Commission ha3 at the head relatives are recognition characterize successful engagements in an ordinance fixing a penalty for the of list when comes to work receives and indors-me- exceeded the fondest expectations of it the matter of New York and Boston. offense, but we had not reckoned on giving a creditable from such a paper in the follow- those who expected to reap some benelive stock show. fit from its efforts; it was hoped that daring spirit of the small boy. On With ing terms. the ample time which they are they might get from gun licenses in the should be unnecessary to urge the Monday afternoon two lads aged about giving themselves this year they proIt "Of all the large cities of the United farmers to attend an institute held in 14 years, their school books ovpr their pose to outdo anything ever attempted States, St. Louis holds the record as state at least $15,000; this sum has their own county, free of all cost to school books over-thei- r shoulders made in this part of the country along that onp where the government is defraud reached the splendid figure of $37,000. the sum advanced to the Commission them and for their especial instruction the ascent, band over hand they climb- line, and their success i3 not at all ed out of the largest amount on tax it by the state to start its operations, has and benefit. This is a day of scientific ed the ladder to the summit, and after problematical. should derive and, so far, all efforts to long since been repud, and the Comfarming and if any farmer would suc- a brief survey of the surrounding counLast year the lodge just about broke break up a gang of illicit dealers in mission is now upon a paying basis,and cessfully compete with his neighbor he try, deliberately descended. They were even on their venture, or perhaps lost oleomargarine and such things has re- in all likelihood will remain so. must know the way toget the largest met at the bottom by Chief Herron a little money, but they were not daunt- sulted in failures. The brunt of the returns for the labor and investment who let them off with a severe reprim- ed by their poor financial success, and task has fallen on Maj. W. H. Collier, U. S. States Government statistics reveal the fact that he has made. and and the warning that he would not propose this year to retrive their losses who as a compliment to his efficiency miles of fish streams,Kentucky has more streams suitable was transferred and placed in charge the farmers will only attend this be so lenient in the future. If and at the same time give the best posUimbing the water tower is a dan- sible exhibition. of the St. Louis office the middle of for the propagation of game fish than institute conducted by the representaany state in the union. We now have tives of the Department of Agriculture gerous undertaking and parents should The K. P.'s deserve great credit for December. Since beginning his task of your state they will be more than warn their children against making the their efforts along this line and should Major Collier has himself led raids on a splendid opportunity to preserve these stream from the inroads of the seiners, repaid for the time consumed. You ascent. and will have the hearty approval and a score or more of illicit factories, he dynamiters and others who have been can learn how to grow fruits and vegecooperation of every citizen in Garrard has battered down doors, subdued vici accustomed to A Welcome Visitor. devastate the streams ous dogs and blown safes in securing tables. Your corn crops will yield a county. unmolested. There is no license requirlarger harvest. Your stock will be Mr. George D. Burdett, a one time Begin right now to talk and boost evidence with which he expects to made fatter with less feed if you will resident of Lancaster, was in town the greatest Fair in the greatest Fair bring about some startling convictions. ed to fish, but tha game warden devotIn the language of Maj. Collier he is es just as much, and probably more, of come and learn of the methods and Wednesday and made a pleasant call at county in Kentucky. after big game, and will be very badly his time and attention to the piotect-io- n adopt them. Mr. Newman of the de the Record office. Mr. Burdett is, of the streams as he does to the fooled if he does not quickly buv a partment of Agriculture i? laboring to well we will not say just how old, but Marshbanks. large supply of it. He says he i3 after fields. these institutes that were anyway he looks only half his years, Every man in Garrard county who Miss Mary Marshbanks died at her tne men nigher up and intimates tnere most wrecked during the term of his and is as hearty and jovial as he was , r i enjoys "wettinga Iine",orwho when he predecessor, and it should be a privilege way uacs- ; ..I in me ou s wnen ne was in home near Paint Lick on the 19th inst are some surprises aj. Collier says after desired to see our sadly depleted stock of the farmers of this county to make the mercantile business in Lancaster. of pneumonia and her remains were gets through, the one to be held here this week a He is general agent for the Central interred in the Paint Lick cemetery on having once demonstrated to the big of game replenished, should join in this success. Upon the program and some Life Insurance Co., and within a short the following day alter funeral services violations that they have no pull he be splendid movement; the cost will be of the very best lecturers to be had time expects to return to Lancaster in by Eld. F. M. Tinder. Miss Marsh- lieves the task of enforcing laws will practically nothing, the larger the club the smaller the dues. for the subjects assigned to them and the interest of his company. Mr. banks was a highly respected christian be comparatively easy." The article, which is too long to you will be interested if you will at- Burdett has a ready wit, an inexhaust- lady and had a wide circle of f rjends in Ample notice will be given as to when ible supply of interesting stories and that section of the county who were print, goes on to give examples of the Mr. Ward will be here, and it is earn tend. enjoys the acquaintance of all" the old sorely grieved at her death. She was daring of Maj. Collier in securing estly desired that every citizen in the which after having been pro county who is interested in this laudtimers around Lancaster, who will en-- 1 about 55 years of age, and with her Get a sanitary 'phone disc, free at joy his society whether ornot they buy I brother lived at the home of Mr. Chris cured ne nas to get in snape and pre able movement, come in and hear .what ' McClure. any of his life insurance. Curreys. sent to the Grand Jury and the court, he has to say . e exe-cutjnt 1 re evi-den- de Dont forget the Farmers Institute, Intervention By The United Mates in session today and tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, at the Court House. The More Becomes More And is an interesting one and practical farmers who are good Probable. speakers are here to talk to you. Every minute will prove of interest to you. While being taken to the penitentiaCome in and hear them. ry from the jail in the city of Mexico Madero and his vice presiJudge E. C. O'Rear Here. dent, Jose del Suarez were asasinated. Judge E. C. O'Rear, who has been by whom it is rot known, and the retained in the prosecution of the present regime ii. a.exico have as yet Robinson insurance case in the Lincoln failed to give :i .y satisfactory explanacircuit court, came to Lancaster on last tion of their 'eath, but have promied a Thursday night and was the guest of rigid inve .ation. J. E. Robinson, motoring to Stanford It is rumored that demands have Friday morning, where the preliminary been made on American citizens at legal steps were taken up before Judge Matamoras for money, and Gov. CoHardin. lquitt of Texas, acting on this report ordered Texas state guards to Brows-ville- , Christian Church Annex. but Maj. General Wood ordered A. E. Weber and Co. of Cincinnati, Gen. Steever to prevent the Texans who prepared the plans for our new from crossing the International border. Gen. Huerta is in charge in Mexico school building, have also prepared the as provisional Governor, and it is more plans for the Annex to be added to the Christin Church and same are here and than probable that Felix Diaz, who in the hands of the committee to be let headed the latest rebellion will be out for competitive bidding. It is to chosen to guide the destinies of the ill be hoped that the contract will be let starred country. Meantime, there is at once and the building be completed uprising all over the country and the situation is in no wise improved since by early fall. the overthrow of Madero. As yet there has been no act combVrge T. Mason Here. mitted that would to the mind of Prest. Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago has Taft justify intervention by this counbeen in Lancaster this week the guest try, but some overt act is liably to be of his mother Mrs. Margaret Mason committed at anytime which will neand his brother, Circuit Clerk W. B. cessitate such a move, and with this in Mason. Mr. Mason has been connect- view, troops are being mobilized at ed with the Berkshire Insurance Co. Galveston, with orders to be ready to and has been stationed in the same of- march at a moments notice. fice in Chicago fur the last twenty five years, and is one of the most promiJuly 30, 31 And Aug. 1st. Are The Danent insurance men in the Windy City. He makes annual visits to his old home tes For The 1913 Meeting Of The Lanat Lancaster, where he has a host of friends who always welcome his re K. of P. Lodge To caster Fair. turn. "4L&- - 3 Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. CENTliitb PURE REL1Q10Z, UN1ARNISUED DEJIOCRACi MC.T IITlu AND GOOD OQVEBNXE&'l i.vy ' Si & & L Section No. 2 NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1913. S5 47. Z!SSZFasSsmttfSS&& t SB i- - t L 1 BrSsfi Ph SSSSS uKi Repairs of all kind, Gasoline, Oil, Batteries, Etc. 600 feet floor space for Storing and Washing Automobiles. We are prepared to do road work on short notice. w? 0OC OOQOCOOOO D M000004 $$$ OOOCOOOOO a TfS i aki tlli thN Phone 30. Residence Phone 96. 3 i Hi ?A 5 3? 5? i ? -- -- ", a- - a :jk.3e ;S2&8S&gn3JSa!S3SBB0Ma I eJ32S!vS ESg3&359&3&gfegafe&fegS& ch-jrt- e s . i -1 Lancaster, Kentucky. l3i ffla sr '11 B?Sn in qtfWacrJ at J a 1? tw feKiia b 11 PEll iiiwi ttO stesstfsg ? fe1 plans, civic beauty pajs a "large per-ca- n large roau. Even a beby sent by Par-Of Interest To us Not U. S. l KA IS'I'A cent on every dollar expended, ard the eel Post, would not this fe ttngi 'Mr. West, what zone is Danvide 1 Council will b wise if it grasps this sublime, that im! i s h m u i : opportunity of helping in a inateril ir.Y While 1 do not belong every rvthm .i .!in.i. , , ij Clyde Ruble is en th sick list. 1! j Womans Tin. Woman? Club) diticl Postmaster West answered; "she's lliiu-nClub I recognize Br M,!es Ml wh' to imnrove Lancnst.-- r i' i!i i ft veral fro.n here attended court at t.i di-this and boc-u- -e for good in the communi of the iftt.it st we l'ot in anj z :ie. 's in tii";ie I) 'it". Lancy'tr Vlonday. deep'j feel, tbcie has I een cieat-'in sr Last week as was stated in your ex- to join it as I thin'-- t Miss Sue Shelby M.iami who is one of Tht the children of Laj.wter muyi T. H. Canstonher bought of A T i1 u. the club wotmn a civic conscience and the bfst coj"t stenogrn pliers in the know that they are not the only ones ' Scott a fcorse brn.ce cellent paper, the Womans Club pres should, and work for a Pa for 1150. anything- u low peru cl cot.uitions is state, is alo entcd a proposition to the improvement It seems that every p i that ever eeibrtid LoiKfelrtwa birth- - jt, an,i tr T!,, wll ver-e- l in iaw. :.--. erv Iih 1m oi some di .ipoiiit- indeed. of the Park. The committee from the citizen would want tx &" U nn t to the C vio League of the 1" The Bowling Gieen paper, .re t Council received this proposition and a than it is. Am i cllil ii itgisidtothe attitude Does any other town in the State of cording quite a number of er.tertain .M'3 Edith Montgomery of Bourne is final vote w ill be taken at their regular :,, TO, w tn i , wiinee poies Kentucky allow such a public square? Ti i Such subjects as the on visitina iMta Mollie Crawford. t'. oy ii e cm ments given in honor of Miss Joan to say. it did not Happen meeting the 1st Monday night in March. vterday the central place in our park ?Cil h Mount, This vote may not be favorable to the should begin in the home Longfellow Dav-Th- e anniversary of T. II. Christopher sold to W. E. , is Eug- - rfiul .tlso by the City Council that has It is a peculiar fact that it is human . . t.T changes to much desired, the council Civic pride should be taug rrrF.&I l "c '"u-- J was appropnaie- - Ruble a sow and pigs for $37 50. ?a Mr. Rnvu.nnil. , tlio nrohU little spot of ground nature to hesitate to improve some it , ont.a ... may not care to exercise their authori- lish, Latin or mathamatics. . school control of this Mrs. M. A. Hamilton visited Iy celebrated on the 27th. by the Kosa to the people, but seems thing that is not absolutely one sown cIH pays to advertise, that he has had pro-t- o bOOIl that ty, but whatever the issue may be the league should be formed just lind and Koeebu 1 Societies at the Fe- j sister Mrs. Hackley here last week. be the "apple of discord" in our only public property. It is not a new posals galore since we gave out that he Womans Club will still stand pledged a3 the new school building .t. 'j nit nd male Institute under the supervision of Mr. Smith Perkins of Burgin was the Ik w to midst, forever causing strife and war. thing in the case of our park and the wa3 heart whole and fancy free. to the best and highest interest of and children should be tau lit Mrs. Yaitis and Miss Edith McKay. guest of his friend Mr. Tom Scott, Sunp d for a peaceful and hap- - gentlemen that hesitate now are as care for such a building ml then of We had h Lancaster. reflected much credit day. t, tlli'ii of Ihis matter and vet most of us have heen in thp ms.t ' vt I .fliiss Ulive. Dean who has made such Both . . The paragraphs written below are course they will be taught tow1 ,i niil. in i v,. ii iirlpnt Mfl..r UIH (.r.., ifl!.t;,.r. a lilt as an Imtwrsonnter- hns Io.-i-u . . ntt. u .i uienutiu-- diwi liiruciors ov the I.. , l I...I t.i Wlien if f?n.s full fee me . ,t .. Mr. Merritt Johnson and sister Eva . ui'l fi aw u.r.MM.a k I vlkvvaliliuvailhlt'll. lilt III n.' the expressions and sentiments of dif- To neglect such a trainin . .. . .1 . f. 4. --,,......,. ,inonie laienisnows, iTifiniM.r m whtfh tflA j T4i4.r.rr.u.l tlu.l.. Zona of Danville visited their aunt Mr?. l' i d- - of the Womans club, as on theii jiart. they will let cimc pride en io neip in several V .liiiig int.' can hardly be classified as ferent members of the Womans Club. ui.ij oi.e weeK John John.-Tt.i- l iS here Sunday. but criminal. CultureJ su ,e o aione it i dibtined to do in the near future, come to the rescue and be willing to the proceeds of s.ime to be used in Lar. - l,al "' .... .. and dur "ct been spent in preparaii Public feeling in regard to to the make a poor training for cu.zinship; that aria waste will be made to bios- - remove the oesiacle that confront us. caster. misiopuur ami son tini- - no lessons v ire ing that The Woman's Club was the direct way the Park looks may be slow to no education or training for l.u incom- som like a rose. j an,, T cl Mr. John McBoberts v. Iio is makinir1 Kvc beiow a progrjr.i.i4- - of the Clirist-.ilagent that brought abcut the Pure " crystallize, but, when onct arroused it plete if only "book learnin ." I . r of Lexington were week W 11 we ever re ich the end of this Food Law, manj fnms fought thw r.un-in- g yet good at Stae University came home in services of which the reeitnti.ms and eml guests of thtir father Mr. Thos. will be slow to abate and exacting in InmanyschooIspractic.il i.vr honor of "The Father of his Country's selections were taken froa the writings Christopher. fnms unnll !, is being added to a u cu.um ra'n ow? Let US not be disourjged now rot one of o its demands. Every day it is left in birthday. He brought with him a hand- - of Longfellow. ni M fi d :. pot of gold at the end )t different, manj thought the .! .i- d but adds to the feel- which has been largely th . its piesent state Sk-t- ch of Longfellow...... Kate Sel- of Mr it. infr i'uii iirflii..inn :i Icitilito iiiiiT.imii- - some young man in the pt ing that civic pride is being outraged those schools will turn o'.t ,! :.nd vidge. VERIFY IT ence and exp' use but how tru! they Carlisle Jefferson of Pewee Vallev. and that others have their rights be- girls to take the place of man ami - omSlaKltndood- - Recitation Oui P irk gives strangers and realize now it is best, many have had sides the Bastin Telephone Co and the en who know not the meaning of civic The Proof Is In Lancaster Mmost at your Billy Miller says buy flowers fiom Currev. .i t.n.iig ini; tesoion of our town. pride. to m.tke new walks with much inconelectric light plant. him to send to your girl Easter, tliatlie! Paul Revere ', It v ;iil vf m i hat we ate a thriftles-- venience and expense but become recRacita Door. t iiii a. i t s people, if cu should call onciled when long stemmed tion. ... Class. It is the cheerished hope- not only of Lancaster needs civic the work was completed. is going to send rl The ptii)l,c natcrr.ent of a Lancaster patiiotism just as much a- need3 on m l mil. , ai d find the noiit gate off Tiie Womans Club, but of all the citiWreck of Helpers-Racitatto- n Their is always a great satisfaction in American beiuv roses al .i0. per doz aitiza is in itself strong proof for Lan j Birdie Colli, r. hi. it.t". I .t 111 1ititr.c , tla- cldtia f.jlltnrp flrkit, doiog the right thing whethci it be for en. zens of the town who have any civic to add to her agriculiuial HIMW..II f, 'IV- Jcaster people. on- - I but confirmation industrial advancement. O Glass Carrier says that Billy has a My Lost piide, that a clean sweep will be made i' a! :! ttarinc of decay ou one s .self or for others and when our . ...Eliza strengthens the evidence. , nothing over him, as he aNo sells flow- - Smith. in the so called Park. I am not a centrated effort is the lirsi. decide that they j is improved I feel ture it will Here is a Lai.caster citizen who tescoming were not very prosperous S peopN ers and proposes to send his girl Easter member of the club but love every ing aside small differences i Kil.ed at the oring pleasure and satisfaction to every tified years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills together on this question, jui. we lilies. g into our town are impressed by citizen. foot of this old town whose history and Petty jScotty ii.i ' I ' Hanging of tho If we r'o th" condition of the park and square, traditions have been handed down to did on the school question ... relieved weak kidneys and now states Sam Denny on being asked by a Lilly Kemper, Lucy West, Una Irving th result was permanent. Can anv e will this the time will come wh ' e af in leality a progressive little me from past generations who worked We would ask our council to read an sufferer from kidney pills ask better as for it and loved it. We should not ex- be just as proud of a beau t is then a great mistake to editoiial in Monday's Courier Journal, young lady, why he didnt have a valen- - Dettie Lear. Lizzie Jennings. proof.' You can tine in g t u- - 'ive to people the wrong estimate entitled, making the town pect the same loe and reverence from we are of a beautiful school ... is right at home. investigate. The case batter. It workingthe Record, told her that he was ' Footsteps ol Angete-Redtation one for next year. On be- - Lee Anderson. w as o. w . ..i.d its people those who move into it because they We feel that we surely oh refers to Damille and what the DanGeorge Wright, carpenter. Stanford ful on see a way to make a living or from much right to make a par Hiawatha's ville club women have accomplished as ...K uuesuoneu aooui n, ne sain; "i will St., Lancaster, Ky . says: "I willingly not tell j ou the words, but the senti- Jennie Johnstan. Ma I a question? That the being worthy of State-wid- e any other commercial reason, but we as others have to make a rtt attention. !) improved, at d beautified t. i Essay on Poetiy ... Lena GouM. confirm all that I said in 1903 praising should expect it to be respected by and that is all we are aski ,; for. If no town but Lancaster sees it it ments are something like this- - I would Dean's Kidney Pills, They do all that rather hear you chew chewing gum Firelight-Rtcit.itio- n we .ire oidtred by the council to make was not printed in vain. those who are placed in charge to pro. 4t!. tirade. is claimed now an new pavements around the square. It Our system of education for them. I suffered a great that hear Caruso sing". Endvtnion Kxilntiiin V tect ana care for it. " absurdity as a preparnti ti ioi life. will also improve the appearance of j deal from my kidneys and back. Pain3 "Now is the acceptable- - time," says .,el. Miss Bessie Wilkerson the bright and Taking the poles out of the Park There is no systematic ittempt to j the town to move the polls from the the Bible, and the rule holds good for my exte,lded to the 3ide .. .Bessie Yantis. attractive daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. R. Tiie Old Cloe-- On ' will not only make that spot attractive teach the child ethics. or tO tCIlCll Pn,.l, OVer the kWny3- - 1 " Whv n,.i nnt rVio fVillncil nr. all good decisions. Doan's The tftair - Recita B. Wilkerson has just comp.eted a ave di. i !. t in- - e? Each impr ement my kidneys became but it will enhance property value and either boy or girl that , Kidney Pills ami "Lose this day loiteiiug 'twill be tion .. . U.J!.tt.im course at the Danville Business College beautify the town, so it seems we weighty obligations, that normal ami the pains stopped." tie imi e si unit money, whj consider the same story. Village Blackamtth-Reeitatio- a. in typewriting and short hand and her m- should be helped by the town in this coward shirks, to his town I Forsatebyalldealers. PriceoOcents. o id noi the other? and the next more dilatory; Fifth nr.-.(l-. t Foster-Milbor- n munity. The place to beg i. i ch laudable work. Co., Buffalo. New men indecision bungs its own delays, capable teaiher Miss Dove Harris says l.n.rf.4ii..t.J Pt,.-..0 1 work as this is in the home a..u m the In looking at the Park with its sag- And days aie lost lamenting o'er lost she is one of the t that ever gradual-- ' trilmtmr." . Sole agents forthe I mtedStates. P.1..K-- It may be doubted whether a person school. ed from that school. Miss ging fence, gnarled and twisted trees, days. har!a ' Rainy Day the name- - Doan's-a- nd ! tR,ffimbAbUe Yutu who has traveled much has found host of friends here who wish her sucspnngwagons leaning dejectedly, the , i. ., , r.. iBHciikUiiier Are you in earnest? Seize this very LTMiwwpi-ittrcitaiioiWill suffrage solve such problems as uc v. in the world a more unsightly cess in her new vocation. delapidated water trough you are reminute Junior Gas spot than the one known as "The the one confronting us? At any rate minded of a barn lot away in the counHT. UKUKOX What A Skeleton in n Miss Martha Kavanaugh has thrown Park". Will we allow it to remain so? the women who are doin r well tie try, you look and listen for the creak- begin yoa can do, or dream you can, it!" Lena Gould work at hand to do, the u omen w I o i her hat in the ring and become That is the question. a full of the old the "gee" and Why not this for a slogan for our Mr. Finney's see the necessity of clean v.''.- -, ; iet-t- y ing Mrs. H. F. Edgington is quite ill. fledged "sehoolmarn", and more than "haw of the driver, the crowing of the civic department? Has the cloud that hangs over the he towns, healthful towns, u il l one young man has been heard to say Liliie Grant Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to Mr. Arther rooster. Instead there comes the park a silver lining? Wc think so. most helpful citizens of the o.rtt when he considered his education incomplete Preston a young mare for 5135. sivilt flight of automobiles around the LIU Keep It to Yourself. she uses the ballot. and wanted to start back to school. corner. Nicely dressed men Quite a number of tobacco beds have and We hope The Bastin Telephone Co Worry yourself, if you cannot ba Some are asking to leave colleges and by you rub your eyes and been sown in this section and plowing will not think of suing the town, as igai.d women pass Women's Clubs of today happy otherwise, but why endeavor to Miss Loula McWhorter was in Rich- - universities and come "where sits the Wi i dir it it i a deserted lot or the ! as was suggested to them by one of the interesting subject. Co-oi i. U8e ,otaer People to worry when M '" I,reKreS8 school house by the road, a ragged beg- Centrm P.nk of the prosperous city of mond last week with friends. councilmen, for being asked to hand made them a power. Fe .it il.e Mrs. Forest Curti3 and babv and there nothing to be worried about? gar sunning",-the- y are even willing to i Lancaster. Mrs. Earl Grow all of Locust Grove back something that was loaned them. big movements that do !.' tit-Mrs. Martha Ely spent Sunday and be that beggar. vicinity are quite sick. Monday with friends in Lancaster. the good will of the federattd man's Diplomatic. "With look intent, eye and ear atJust one question I would like to ask: clubs. Many a city would be without Misses Mollie Crawford and Edith An interesting article appeared in Mr Dave Hervey of Louisville, has She VThy did you wish to know my are councilmen elected by the people playgrounds, parks, clean streets and tentive bent" upon the park, we hear and the Publishers Auxiliary which was age? H43 Imerely wish to know at Montgomery of Buena Vista attended the cries of the neglected trees. been here for a visit to home-folk- s for the people and for the town, or other civic necessities wer t ot for written by Lewis Landram former edi- what age woman Is really the most preaching here Sunday. "Woodman spare us not." Unsightly relatives. what are they elected for? womens clubs. We are now agitating tor of Central Record. The article is fascinating. I Jfe. Mr. Ernest Montgomery bought of poles entreating for the quiet corner Mrs. Ellen Ballard of Wallaceton entit!ed"The Utility Man in the subject of a Park Beau d we the NewsMessrs Marion and E. C. Montgomery way where adverse visited her sister Mrs. Eliza is the secret of prosi Kume illey J. Ralston paper Office". It was in Lancaster that ask not only the help of 'h is, two sows prices $50 and 55. Change Due to Captivity. H..-t- :i perity and success and while I have n uiu not be heard, whore last wepk. 4ut we ask the public to se value f Bangs learned to be a utility man ocAll canary blrd3 are descendants of Mr. H. R. Montgomery bought of never been an active member of the 4. uw.11.1 ight and sound could of better conditions in our . n. Mr. Felix Estridge and daughter cupying any place in the office from the the common gray species of the Ca- Messrs M. L. and E. C. club I now want to put my support, bs mure effectively borne, with profit Montgomery nary Islands. Their original livery and B. enthusiasm and work into something J. Dean about four acres of A person who once lived here came to all and loss to none. Will not the Miss Ada are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Devil to the Editor and now that he is has been modified to lemon yellow by land I a big Editor in "Little Brittian" he A. B. Estridge. for which unborn generations will rise back on a visit and was h at $75 per acre. to re good citizens, men and women stand he does not "scorn the base degrees by captivity and up and call us blessed. for the betterment of our town and Miss Louise Rice was the guest of mark; "Well, I always wo idered why j Mesdames Thos. Hicks and H. R. Lancaster had cholera twiee. but if unite their efforts with the womans Miss Jane Terry in Richmond last Sat- which he did ascend". Montgomery were called Saturday to How facts and figures can obscure she has it the third time I e nt won- - club work to make OUR PARK a urday and Sunday the of their mother Mrs. Mary We thank the City Editor saying truth! We do not care how much it der whv, I'll know that pa it to thing of beauty and joy forever, that Mr. Conn Asher our popular rural we were developing (?) into a for A. Sanders who is very sick. poet, we ' will cost to take the poles out of the her." Then this vistor went on - y we wi'l not in all time to come regret mail carrier visited in Lexington Sat- thought he knew poets were born not ,1!1-1", !'aId to an' Pcrson having Mr. W. N. Grow and wife of Pleaspark or how much it cost to put them that they supposed filth u ot pain or ache, if Shipp'j ant Hill were guests of Mr. and Mrs. don. Tigether urday and Sunday. .tie he-ai.d wh'- ii.igi-made, but since he has been seen to Quiclc-Kcl- kf there, the question is have they the unsightly objects were like u. luci 41! Liniment fails to tive prutu n'ty before Mr. and Mrs Rodney Griggs have tenderly lift large hat boxe3 and bird .nstant relief and the purchase price W. L. Grow Saturday night and atright to occupy it against the wishes we first pity, then enJur , 1 Lai. c.is er let US a 101 em Is not refunded. Try it and sec. tended preaching here. returned from a visit to relatives at cages in and out of.the rural delivery of the citizens who have civic pride brace." Another former un-- . ; ark improvement. v. us lin z wagon, we think he is developing a dis.e, "."I1 wonJerfnI remc.lv for Winchester and Lexington. and really care for the town. know-thaheard to say; "Well I diJ'nt ever ineil'-Caposition that is made and not born llir y, hne Ky. Park (T) did look so ba 1, 1 rever I love, I love, I love my town, but Miss Virginia Christopher has re- one that will be a great help to him,and MI USC(1 this Lssington, nnil M UnlTTiPTit We feel that we have more to act.. ..it.. -- J if wrnMi,,lisa,-'pc.arc.thought anything about it e I ved butohjou Park! And oh you dirty turned to her home at Winchester after all ,ikc 3iaglc-Jai- lcr 1 complish than most any town of our we hear is true. If he keeps on Lexington, Ky. ait eels and oh you meat and ice stands a visit to Mrs. Edd Williams. ecru, developing in this direction, we think nVl,,hfe?nIyFcme,1rt,m has P'"" me class because our citizenship will not here and saw it daily, but . is placed on the square! Mr. Grant Metcalf of McKinny Ky., we can safely was iaralzcd Lmriears an unsightly spot" jnyrellii permit a lagging in advancement. Our turn over the poem on ago. Mrs.slncel Welbora, ewbars-Susan A a member of the Womans club is spending several days with his parrelieving aches and pains tins lint, citizenship wants good schools, good Spring to him or if he would rather, 11 Why make of the Worn tiie ment beats. anything I ever saw J. II ents Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Metcalf. I feel f Lnncrs-terroads and a town that is good to live incessant boosters, the p is one on love. Letton, Lexington, Ky. Succeed when evervthini? else falls. ts Dee Woods and daughter Miss Mrs. "This in. The people whs were born and and pushers for a Park Be ui m. I is In nervous prostration and female best" Noth ng worries him any more, though and has liniment pave almost Instant relief l ti 11 . t "ilu verj completely cured me of rheumaweaknesses they are the snorems reared here, who belong to proud old the duty of every man, - omui. and s.n.uld Lt- - co.'sideiedin the Park im- Minnie left Monday for their home in his wagon looks like a department tism." S.D. Uwalt, Parts, Ky. remedy, as thousands families take a just pride in the town, child in the town to feel as we do and provement plans Since so much Stanford after a visit to relatives here. store, that has been placed on wheels, If it Fails to Helicve Any Pain in FCR KIDNEY, have testified. LIVER AND Any Part of The Body in Fifteen Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woods and Mrs. for have never been lacking in ex- we should let the matter rest until we thought and care have been given to they fishing poles and reels. i l UflflACri TROUBLE the matter it will certainly be a mis- H. J. Patrick went to Lancaster Mon-- . With crates of turnips and of cheese Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back. tending their church, school and home have hearty from them. It is the mediane ever tcM take to let consideration of the "cost day to see Mrs. Sallie McCormick who and scythes and forks and bumblebees", and 50c At All Druggists or facilities to meet requirments, ovsr a druggist's counter. ' chickens, eggs, mutton chops and a Women should want the franchise of things" mar the correctness of the is very ill. Boarbon Remedy Co, Lexington, Ky. since this wave of civic improvement he Womans Club 1 has swept over this bread we know it will rot b la t of our-- . i bir nut '"ly because it is hers by right bet- ns :i means bv which she r fulfil her responsibilities. This kr.nwit.cge n ciii' Unit the in k i j!('( m in oiit of j'liiit, . futi.ity ieile-- i - ,. Sm" .- -. T ! ' Bhn'r frv " r j 1 j, hr I i i s i - ..-.- i .... -- i . ..... th-s- tioei uu i t. - - ( , r-o-n ! I s Kitte-Conce- rt - 1 e-- Fr-hr- i a-i- 4"'6 V.uth-Recltatio- n i u i Ford-Recitati- on Crane-Seeitatk- m I ", tn i Wo0:n--Si!1n?- . k in-i- - i- -. .Ka. . Beware-Rectation- "T I w -- bf-s- ... e any-whe- ie ... Armor-Selectio- ox-ca- Turnip-Recitatio- PtH p cross-breedin- $100 REWARD bed-sid- U- -, I Dt. 1Z?$ n-- ly a O'lrie, Ind-"F- or 1 . 4 bric-a-br- tst j igi & KS Why Salves Canl Cure Eczema theory of curSince tlie been ing eczema throush Hie LlooJ up by scientists, many different eiven have been tried for sl:in deases. 15nt it has been found thut these salves only clog the pores and cannot penetrate below the rpideimls to the Inner where the ecreina Korms arc lodwl. Thithe qunlitv of tieiietratlii',' mic-trlrolahIy expl.iiiii the tremendous"c?pma of the well known lhpiid lemtdy, oil of winters en. thymol. etc.. as compounded in D.O.D. prescription. We have sold other remejies for skin ss e. "Hey fli3fljwlid'd1e1 BUCKKIE. last week. Mr. Hiram Ray was. in Nicholasville . Here H Is. The cat acd ths fiddle Tobacco Jumped over the moon The little hanks laughed troubles but none that we can recom- - To see such Bport mend as hlehlv as this for we know that And the farmers will loaf until June". D.D.D. stops the itch nt once. We just want you to give D.D.D. atrial. That wil. ' This ia eardly true as already the be enoutrh to Drove it and another Of course all other druggists have tobacco beds are beingsown D.D.D. Prescription go to them It you crop is begun. We have never seen the can't corre to us but don't accept some substitute. bis profit you come to our store, we are time when a farmer could loaf. But if soceitain of what D.rV. will do for yon NOTICE that we offer joti a full size bottle on tills guarantee1 If you do not find that It takes away thp Itch AT ONCE. It To Kentucky Female School Orphan costs you not a cent. Graduates Tb Much Talked "Weft Bill." R. E. McRoberts & Son. m&L 1BX1 j fajliMMf3Sj.MXI:l BNBg w. m ?5 Parsleys f Mil Herbs I graduates of the above named are requested to send name and address to Principal of K. F. O. S., rrs Midway, Ky., that each may receive an invitation to the Alumnae meeting in May. Send name and address whether or not circumstances favor attendance, Ella Johnson. Principal K. F. O. S. AH school The Webb liquor bill, which in cerMr. Mose Davis 13 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. tain instances diverts shipments of liq Little Miss Lucille Teater of Danville uor of its interstate character and makes it subject to the laws of the state is visiting Miss Ruth Ray. Wm. Ray sold to A.C. Miles one calf which it enters, is now in tne hands of Pres't Taft, and he has asked the At four months old, price $10. will torney General for an opinion as to its Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville constitutionally The bill has passed preach here next Sunday morning. both houses and is ready for the PresiMiss Flo Hill entertained a few of dent's signature. The bill is asfollows:-her young friends "at dinner" Friday. "Be it enacted, that the shinment or Miss Barbara Gulley was given "a transportation in any manner or by any surprise party" last Wednesday eve.v . mean3 whatsoever of any spiritU0U3i Lvinous, malted, fermented, or other ,nf" Misses Emma and Ressie Sanders of intoxicating liquor of any kind from f M'S3 one State' Territorv or district of th Rad SundT6 th" United State or place noncontiguous to ' Miss Bulah Beazley entertained but subject to the jurisdiction thereof pIeaSantly in ay otler State, Territory or disj SeaTurdavhevenfnLend3 . I The Journey Of Life, Life is strictly business in this old world below. You have to pay for all yoa get. or do, or have or know Hi IS. II. You have to pay for sickness, yon have to pay for health. You have to pay for poverty, for idleness, for wealth. You have to pay for everything, there is no chance to shirk. You hove to pay for laziness, you have to pay for work mi But Why Pay More For The Same Goods Than you Need Pay H.aMi lino, T7 xw. U. S. Government Seeking Opinion Of The People As To Best Methods Of ernment Gov- Composed of Roots, Herbs, Assistance In Road Building. her home at Bryantsville after a visit jurisdiction thereof, or from any for to Mrs. Mary Burton. eign countiy into any State, Territory, Mrs. Nora. Teater has returned home or district of the United State, or place after a visit to her aunt Mrs. L. M noncontiguous to but subject to the Crutchfield at Nicholasville. jurisdiction thereof, which said spirit Mrs. Walter Davis of Bryantsville, was the guest last week of her parents Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendren. Mrs. Claud Swope of Bryantsville and Mr. Walter Arnold of Columbus Ohio were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold. Rev. O. P. Bush filled his appointment here Sunday afternoon and preached a very practical sermon, his subject being, "Take heed of thyself", He has many friends in this community that wish him much success in his new field at Columbia. Mr. Robert Carter and Miss Naomi Metcalf were married at the home of the officiating minister Rev. F. M. Tin der Feb. 19th. He is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter of this place, while she is the attractive da ghter of Mrs. Patience Metcalfe of Judson. We wish them a bright and happy future. Mr. G. W. Anderson died at the horns of Mr. L. M. Crutchfield at Nicholasville Monday night Feb. 17th. He was in his 89th year, and had always lived in this county until two years ago when he moved to Nicholasville. His remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Hiram Ray of this place, Mrs. Wolford Raney of Lagrange and Mrs. L. M. Crutchfield of Nicholasville. uous, vinous, malted, fermentedjor other intoxicating liquor is intended by any person interested therein to be re ceived, possessed, sold or in any man ner used either in the original package or otherwise in violation of any law of such State, Territory, or district of the United States or place noncontiguous to but subject to the jusisdiction there of, is hereby prohibited." Lllb UlllLrU .ILMLrN. Ill IIIHI't. b....l. ....... T lias nt. ...mrl i. uuiiuu hnn icbuincu ui noncontiguous to but subject to the JA. LVi. Beckor, BRYANTSVILLE, Ballard CASH STORE. & Go. i r KENTUCKY. and Barks, for all The Record is in receipt of the following communication from Hon. Jonathan Bourne Jr., who is Chairman of the Joint Committee On Federal Aid In The Construction Of Post Roads. My Dear Sir: I am very anxious to obtain for the benefit of the Joint Committee, an inDAKOTA JACK, The North Western Cow Boy. telligent expression of public opinion on the basic questions involved in the DAYS TREATMENT FOR granting of Federal aid in road im provement It occurs to me you might like to cooperate in this matter to the extent of stimulating the public to an for a11 Pa5n Deafness, Burns. 4- expression of their views. If this sugT 25cts per Bottle. Sprains Etc. gestion strikes you favorably, will you kindly advise me as early a3 practicable as to public opinion in your secFor all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. tion of the country on the following question. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. make 1. Should the Government appropriations in aid of public roads? E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & All on sale at 2. On what roads should the first Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman Government appropriation, if made, be expended (a) all roads, (b) post roads & Son, Lowell, Ky. (r. f. d. and star routs); (c) main Mj .fsi JlQToTQTffiyQlQ.lJijgjjrjii traveled market roads; (d) main high ways connecting important cities and towns in State; (e) trunk line, inter state highways connecting State capitals and large cities? 3. Should the Government appropriation be expended on construction, on maintenance, on general improvement, or any or all of these, or should the allotment by the Government be unconditional, or paid as a reward after local authorities have constructed or maintained a highway in good condition? 4. What proportion of cost of con struction, improvement, or mainten ance should be borne by National Government, State, county, road district, and abutting property owners, reI will on spectively, or what amounts should be allotted to the States on an uncondi tional plan, or what amount per mile should be paid as rewards? 5. Should the Federal appropriation States beginning at one o'clock, offer my entire stock of be apportioned among the mileage on of basis of population, area, rural and star routes, taxable valuable, or a combination of these? 6. Should the supervision of conat Public Auction. Everything put up will be sold for struction or maintenr nee of Governthe Federal be what it brings. - Come and get some of the many bar- ment aiJed roads Statebyand iocal auGovernment, the' gains which are bound to go. This Auction Sale will thorities, or jointly? Kindly let me know in what manner be for this half day only. you submit these questions to the people of your community, and how soon you can probably report the concensus of opinion. Yours very truly Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Jonathan Bourne, Chairman. The letter is self explanatory and we would be glad to have the opinion of just as many citizens of the county as possible on the above subject; the letters to state your opinion briefly and to be in the Record office not later than March 1st. Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. We Are Sale Agents For: Columbus Wagons, Deering Binders and Mowers, Corn King Manure Spreaders, Vulcan Plawers, Brown Manly Cultivators and American Wire Fence. 45 $1.00. SOME GOOD ADVICE If you have dandruff, get rid of it by killing the germs. If your hair is falling out, stop it. There is one sure remedy that will remedy these misfortunes and aid you to remain young. PARISIAN Sage, the great hair re storer, is guaranteed to permanently remove dandruff in two weeks, or R. E. McRoberts & Son will give you your m inpy back. PARISIAN Soge stop3 falling hair- -it prevents the hair from fading. It is the host beautifier for ladies' hair, as it makes harsh, lusterless hair fluffy, soft and beautiful. PARISIAN Sage is sold and rigidly guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son 50 cents a bottle. American makers, Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE W The Easy Laxative In Justice to yourself you should try Rexall 0rderlie3, your money back If you don't like them. They are a candy confection that really do give easy relief from constipation. Good health is largely dependent upon the bowels. When they become sluggish the waste material that is thrown off by the system accumuThis condition generates lates. poisons which circulate throughout body, tending to create coated the tongue, bad breath, headache, dull brain action, nervousness, biliousness and other annoyances. Avoid harsh cathartics and physics. They Rive but temporary relief. They often aggravate the real trouble. They are particularly bad for children, delicate or aged persons. persons as well as for the most robust. They act toward relieving constipa tion, and also. to overcome its causa and to make unnecessary the frequent uso of laxatives. They serva to tons and strengthen the nerves and muscles of the bowels and associate organs or glands. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy i Stings-J-1I11II1CI1- L CREME SOAR. J. lIXIe: Make Us Prove It We guarantee to refund everjr penny paid us for Rexall Orderlies if thy do not give entire satisfaction. We ask no promises and we in no way obligate you. Your mere word is sufficient for us to promptly and cheerfully refund the money. Doesn't that prove that Rexall Orderlies must be right? You must know we would not dare make such a promise unless we were positively certain that Ilexall Orderlies will dj all we claim for them. Thereis no money rnk attached to a trial of Hexall Orderlies, and in justice to yourself, you should not hesitate to test them. Rexall Orderlies come in convensise tin boxes; l'J ient tablets, Uc, 30 tablets, --'ic; 60 tablets, SOe. I WAR DECLARED CATARRH Germs Must Be 1)1 Sale Conquered or Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. that Health Wil! Ee Destroyed. Saturday, March 5th, 1913 GENERAL MERCHANDISE If you have Catarrh you must vanquish an army of persistent, destructive microbes before you can be healthy. You might as well choose your weapons, declare war and destroy this army of Catarrh germs right now. Booth's HYOMEI, a pleasant germ destroying air breathed over the entire membrane will kill Catarrh germs. Booth's HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mis guaranteed by R. E. McRob erts to end Catarrh or money back. It surely is One fur Coughs, Colds and Croup. Ilyou own a little HYOMEI hard rubber pocket inhaler get a separate bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents. If you haven't an inhaler secure a complete outfit for only $1. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. c) KIRBY TEATER, Loyd, Ky. HAMILTOjN valley. :J.E. Stormes, Lancaster Metcalf, Pain Mr. J. H. Hamilton was in Lancaster last week on business. Mr. J. Mort Roth well still continuess very low with Rheumatism. Mr. Joe Campbell has opened up a barber shop at Cartersville. Mr. Ebb Bentley was in Berea last week to buy a bill of lumber. Mr. Wm Smith and Charley Rogers left last week for Hendersonville North Carolina. Mrs. Jack Starns died at her home on Wednesday Feb. 18 and waa buried at Stringtown. Mrs. F. M. Carter of Cartersville is visiting her daughter Mrs. Carrie Robinson of Berea. Mr. J. I. Hamilton and John Walker of Lancaster were out here Wednesday looking over Mr. Hamilton farm. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediGerman Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Remedies are not sold by all dru gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores. take, and will not affect the weakest you caa buy Rexall Onlarlie ia toil uumzauaity uoly at our stor: stomach. guaranteed under the Pure Food It is McROBERTS & SON anu .Drugs Law to De aosoiuteiy iree R. from opiates or harmful drugs of any KENTUCKY Lancaster Store The description SOLACE is a pure specific in every Store in nearly every town and city in the United States. Cnad and way, and has been proven beyond quesGrta?Bntin. There ia a drfereat RexaU 01Remedy for nearly every ordinary human U for which it is recommended. A 2Sv desiimed for the particular tion to be the surest and quickest remare America's Greatest Drug Stores edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to The Rexall Stores medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek PRIZES OF $1,000 IN GOLD. areJbe'Sole U. S. Agents and have Offered By The Lexington Leader For Best thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from Solutions Of Book Titles In Contest grateful people SOLACE has restored Game. to health. Testimonial letters, literature an.d FREE BOX sent upon The LEXINGTON LEADER 13 about R. Lee Morris, president of the First to begin a Booklovers Contest. It is really more of a game than a contest, National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote as there is no solicitation or canvass- the Solace Company as follows: WALNUT IN THE "I want you to send a box of Solace ing, and anybody living in Kentucky who takes the LEADER may compete. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for HEART ST. BET. Prizes amounting to 81,000 in gold will which I enclose $1. This remedy has OF FOURTH be awarded to those who guess the been used by some friends of mine THE CITY & FIFTH greatest number of book titles repre here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R. L. Morris. sented by pictures. Following is a list derful. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. ' of the prizes: $500 in gold. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL First Prize $100 in gold. AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Second Prize $ 50 in gold. TAKING SOLACE. "No Special' Third Prize S 50 in gold. Treatment Schemes or Fees". Fourth Prize JUST $ 25 in gold. SOLACE ALONE does the work. Fifth Prize $ 25 in" gold. Write today for the free box, etc Sixth Prize ABSOLUD2LY PLAN ONLY $25 in gold. Seventh Prize SOLACE REMEDY CO., $ 25 in gold. Eighth Prize Yon could not stop in a more modem or homeliko Battle Creek. Mich. $100 in gold. Ten of $10 each hostelry. At the Henry Watterson you'll find tha $100 in gold. Twenty of $5 each most exacting Service, excellent Cuisine and ele$1,000 in gold. Total prizes Official Directory Of Garrard County. gantly furnished Booms at very moderate prices. Contests of this character have proven intensely popular in the larger Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. The Cafe and Rathskeller arethe ttShoicplacc3'' of Louis' Fur-- ' cities all over the country, as guessing Commonwealths Attorney llou. Emmei t ville. j ear. the titles of the books is great fun and Circuit CI. rk William B. Mason. ROOMS WITH LAVATORY AND PRIVATE TOILET, $1.50 per day everybody has a chance. The contest Master Commissioner W. II. Brown. i ROOM! Vim BATH JZ00 and $230 per day I 11 weeks, 77 pictures in all, Trustee Jury Fund Ben F. Robluson. will run SAMPLL ROOMS, Wmi BATH ?iS0perdiy Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby and the LEADER is making special cal discovery of three Come in tablet form, taste just like candy and are noted for their easy, eoothins action upon tho bowels. They don't purge, gripe, cause nausea, !noscns, nor the inconveniences attendant upon the use of purgatives. Their action is so pleasant that the taking of Itexall Orderlies almost becomes a desire instead of a duty. Children lite Rexall Orderlies. They aro ideal for aged or delicate E. feaBJL When in Louisville Stop at the Hotel Henry Watterson a for the Afternoon and Sunday editions till June 1, covering the period of the contest, the examination of the answers and the awarding rate ot $1,50 Stomach Misery All Gone "My! How I Did A. D Ford. Count) Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J , A Joi es. of the prizes. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Send subscriptions direct of the LEX Deputy SLerirT C A. Robinson. INGTON LEADER, Lexington, Ky., Superintendant of Schools Mies Jennie without delay, so as to start in with girs. you Assessor W. 8. Carrier. beginning of the contest Mason. County Judge For Reservations Address HOTEL HENRY WATTERSON, Louisville, Ky. CEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mgr. ROUT. B. JONES. Manager. Horn. PATTXN , Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotxi. AssilT (open May 1,1913), Atlanta, ua, under same management and ownership. Hlg- - the If Suffer Bnt Now I'm want more particulars before subscrib County Court Days. Happy All Day Long And Sleep Fine." ing drop a postal card to the LEADER, Supervisor of Richmond, 1st Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. That's what a women said just a few months ago. She said more and "here is. "I wish it lay within my power to L. B. Shouse, Pres. Will Beasley, Mgr. persuade every woman sufferer from dyspepsia or indigestion (or whatever MAIN STREET. they may think their stomach trouble is) to give Stomach Tablet LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. one week's fair trial. I am sure that every one of them would thank me In the heart of the shopping district. from the bottom of her heart" "I am well and happy for the first Best Equipped Cafe in the City. time in years and I do not hesitate to give Stomach Tablets all the Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. credit" Follow this advice. Give "Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from Stomach Tablets a week's trial; if they do not benefit R. E. Mc11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Roberts & Son will return the cost Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight 50 cents. A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A The Leonard Hotel Co. it Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jack Adams. Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bourne 1st, DIst. Logau Isou 2ud. DIst. Harrison Kay 3rd, DIst. Jailer Frankfort, 1st Monday. James Coldlron 4th, Dlst. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. . 1st. Dlst. It. D. McMurtr). 2nd lilst. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, 4th. DIst. CITY OF LANCA8TER. Mayor H. T. Logan. City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. H. Tomllnson. City Clerk-- U. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treatnrer D. A. Thomas. Chief rellco--L. E. Herron. Crontey-Broaddus- I CAN BE Will Prove It to You Free .. - lou who are suffering tue tortures ot Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum or other kin diseases you whose djjs are miserable, whose nlgnts are made sleepless by the terrible Heals, burnlnc pains. It t me send you a trial of a soothi. C Hatl !!.. P. ing, healing treatment which ba-- cared hundreds, which I believe will care you. i win send it rree. postage pa a. witboat any obligation on your pan. Just fill the coupon below and mall It to me. cr write me, giving your name, ago and address. I will aend the treatment free ot tost to yon. " mm CUT AMD MAIL TO J. C. HUTZELL, Name., 123 West Main St., Fort Wayno, Ind. Please send without cost or obligation to me jour Free Proof Treatment. .Ace., DAT" COUNCILMEN. Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. O. S. Greenleaf. H. C. Hamilton. Post Offlce B.F. Waiter. tue., Wm. Herndon. .Street and No., P Combination XxST Gcvtrr.ff.ent Asiir'jrce In Fcri Euildic?. Because of cur crowded condition P'uhM UMiMiJ.J.J tr a")5msTAFKj3 ' (B-asTttj- TfAxyaLanxfisnfcf mjanajm" B. F. HUDSON, President. A At Mount Vernon Fair Grounds, sell March 6th and 7th, 1913 100 Horses and Mules 50-He- ad Of Cattle-5Write For Catalogue. 0. Miller & Col. Bea zley, MOUNT VERNON, KY. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. last week the article in reference of Born, to the wife of Mr. Pruitt in the Thompson, a fine girl. assistance Government .ionsU notion and maintenance of roads Mrs. H. T. Cuai.niii?, who hss been However, we are ici u as i miiiv-.i - .! ii: .0 lUili ...l t Uii .'.-- letter U.i- Bah- -i u .3. i uoir.... o.. uu.Ji lull Ku . i. iuu, w .t l -- cilvX, a c r. , hio nuni .ir. iJvj.e3, oi r'Uiusivi, a. uUiU be Kind l0 "a.u aouiuiiy answers, uc. and bUfjyesliuns as possible in reheard . at Uev. J. E. Roberts, pastor of the g to the matter, and at the earliest pos-- 1 Sunday and iible date, in order tn.it v.e.nav furnish Methodist church, preached Sunday night. jir. liourne with the information he Vernie Parks, little daughter of Mr. desires. and Mra. Fado Parks, who was ill of pneumonia, is better. Washington Gn Bast. of Crab Miss Nancy Carpenter, Mecca of the Washington is the W. C. Iciuocnits of the entire country. Next Orchard, visited her sister, Mrs. Tuesday will witness the inauguration Blankenship last Sunday. and property afterwards is the fire- of a democratic president, quite an Mrs. P. E. Parrish and daughter, man's daty. Your duty is to 'see unusual event, and a great many Aliss Katherine Nelvin, were guests of that in case of fire your loved one? Jcmocrats will go just through a matter Mrs. J. M. Cress last week. jf paity pride and a great many will go Mr. William Barnes, of Gilberts Creek, are not made homeless and penni- - more particularly to at least view the conducoed religious services at the home i less. Order a fire insurance policj (jromued land, just to at least get a of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bell Saturday glimpse of tic-- pie counter and to see from us today. Every day's delaj the gentleman who is to do the night. Miss Mary means the risk of seeing your fam- Jiopensing. The latter class will have Mr. Ira Bell and sister, were visiting Bell, of near Paint Lick, ily with 3i t a home or the means their trouble for their pains, for Gov. the family of their uncle, Mr. Lei Bell .Vilson alur lie becomes president Sunday. of getti lg one. u'ilaon will be just about the busiest Mr. and Mrs. P.. C. White and handnan in the country, and will have FSEB P. FRISBIE. .either time nor inclination to devote some children, of Crab Orchard, were visiting his brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. 10 the ofiVe seekers. Olli e Citizens National Bank. P. White, the first of tha week. b.-it.-i- J. S. JOHNSON, Vie Pratt. ORGANIZED 1883. '. We Citizens National Bank r ' XV rtMi.l K"i C VHl 1 At 5-,- SURPLUS W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 40,000 j W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walkek, Jr., i Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention. To Save Life First J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. 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'There are some disadvantages of having such a wil known face" remarked Bunny the other day. "I shudder wlun I think ot what would happen to me were 1 to commit a crime and attempt to escape fiom the police who Every povvould soon be on my trail. liceman in New York knows me and it oeu makes speeding impossible. I power car, but nave a new forty-hors- e 1 don't dare run it more than ten miles an hour, "Last summer when I was abroad posing for a scrus of Pickwick pictures 1 had main amusing expenerces. The Vitagraph iilms had been showninEng-lar- d and Ireland for a long time and I Worth Remembering. was recognized eer where I went. Try to put well in practice what you I left my hotel to already know; In so doing you will, In Une night in Belfast take a little stroll about the town. good time, discover the hidden things Hardly had I gone a block from the ho- which you now Inyulro about. tel when I ran into three young Inrh girls. One of iliein lot out an ear- piorcing shiitk, "IIi.lj Saint Patrick! she cried, "It's tlltMiran in the picthur- A Gentle Reminder. ; Smith is a young New York lawyer "When I visited the Giant's Cause clever in many ways, but very forget rocks that had bar- ful. He was recently sent to St. Louis way 1 climbed red many younger aud more active to Interview an Important client In men. I was anxious to see everything regard to a case then pending In the and I attempted to teach one of the Missouri courts. Later tho head of telegram from most inaccesible spots which was noted his firm received this St Louis: for the line view tu be obtained there. "Havo forgotten name of client I was told that no one but natives eer Please wire at once." reached the top, but nothing daunted, I This was the reply sent from New started out to teach it. When I got York: about half way up and was ready to "Client's name Jenkins. Your name turn back 1 heard a voice fiom the Smith." Everybody's. heights aboe singing out: "Hello, Johnny Bunny. Come on up. The weathWholesale Renunciation. There was a bevy of girls on the ers fine.' "Out in Whitechapel I was surround- hotel veranda. Algernon tells me he stopped smok ed by crowds of cockneys every time I One afternoon Ing to please me," said one. made my appearance. "He tells me he stopped on my 'acone ot them nuahed her way thiough a count," declared another. crowd of four or me bundled to get a "He gave me to understand that 1 good look at me. '.My word', she said, was the cause," asserted a third. 'It's a real man'. After gazing at me Silence for five minutes. for several seconds she added: 'Mr. "Never mind, girls," spoke up s mere man. "If I could please a regl Bunny, how's your homely wife?' " Bunny lives in Brooklyn. He used to ment of girls, I'd stop, too." be on the musical comedy stage, but he says he likes playing with the"movies" much better. Louisville Times. The B. Y. P. U.hadamostinteresting meeting at the Baptist church Sunday evening. A good sized crowd was present and interest is increasing. Gus Bartles, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Aug Bartles, at Griffin Station, is very low, having suffered a relapse from typhoid fever. He is not expected to live. Strange things do occur in this locality and at the risk of our reputation for veracity, we must write them. Our neighbor's wife Mrs. Levi Bell, now knows that she has one friend who is very presuming. One day in early November the good lady went to Stanford and wore a fine new dress of which she was quite proud. On returning home, Mrs. Bell had her little daughter to brush and put away the dress in a dresser diawer. A day or so after, Mrs. Bell desired to wear this dress to spend the afternoon with a neighbor. On seeing the dress was gone, the dresser drawer being empty, the good lady instituted a thorough search from cellar to garret, but not a trace of the lost article could de found. Mrs. Bell was at a lo3S as how it came about. Last week, early in the morning, the dress was found in the buggy where it had been thrown, by some one the night previous. It showed signs of being worn and had been pinned in a manner which indicated that the wearer a woman much smaller than Mrs. Bell. This lady seems to almost believe its the work of ghost. I R. E. McRoberlb Lancaster, Kentucky mw h,w & on, ; m .- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keep- er Safety Deposit Boxes For Bin: WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. b. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. rtfraavr:-i.'r.'i4B- otr llilm S3 Rr 111 W 1 1 II II ra 'rarlrgPU tW 'VSSttHSSlsS fl o0y22V 55JBW Cft & Smoke Pleasure and other Pleasures for the Man Who Smokes ID Use a Brush. 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Therefore it will be submitted untry who never attend suffrage to the voters In November, 1914 Governor Oddie of Nevada in hN ectiugs and would not know any . ng about votes for women if we did message to the legislature called atteu 1',-ji- h -- -, fssg . .t niiiit' along to press suffrage leaf tion to the isolated position of .x I1 ( into their hands and to make three entirely surrounded by states i which had enfranchised their women ii:e sieei hs b.v the roadside. 1sentiment in favor here hv do we not take either railroad and said, . . :" &3- . fc. '.-- ' J to- loIIeyV I'.eiause such rapid trans seems to be overwhelming." ,A v i Governor Stewart of Montana strons ly urged the amendment in his Inan i gural message and the same day re S celved the delegates to the suffrage h '' -convention which was in sessiou at VAv .mw. Mae' . nelena. Ten members of the house offered to Introduce the bill, and tin sx day it was voted on Miss Hanklu 3hj i vp xifjftvtS-- ' J 'nr b I i Ss MS ' ' wiw w. KHMRRIBHEr'SHIKWs? ?t.f9tBdt state leader and field organizer for the National Suffrage association, was inThe TABCESDx llREASURY STEPS. 5CENE vited to a seat with that body. UU Y LP A suffrage bill has passed the lower house of the Pennsylvania legislature p. ra. the slpaal gade at the head of the procession "Pilgrims' March S at 3 by a vote of nearly two to one. Suf Chorus" they will formab will be given for the WashingThe Indian dekv.if.nn will bring their descend and make their obeisance t frage amendments have been Introducton votes for women parade to tepees and will out within the Columbia. Columbia will then sum ed In Michigan (where many claim that begin Its ma rob from the plaza DIslrl. t of Columbia Chief of Police mon Charity (Miss Flora Wilson the loss of the amendment last No In front of the I'eare" monument, along Sylvester ill furul-- li polite protection. whose coming will be annonuced b vember was due to election fraudsi Fennsylvnuia avenue, p.ist the treas- The Indian women villi appear in the Handel's "I.argo " Two little clilldrei Iowa. Minnesota. Teas. New Jersey ury building and White Hou.e to Con- parade In their bin UM.in beaded dres will strew her path with roses. Fol North Dakota, Delaware. MUsouri, Ne tinental hall, w here a mass meeting Now Yoik to Washington hikers lowing Charitj closely will be a grouj The braska, Maine. Arkansas. Connecticut d will be held. The procession. 01 pawill form a pilgrims' group In of youths and maidens in delicate grays and North Carolina The legislature ol by the National American Woman rage They will wear their hooded and blues. Then to the crashing of Alaska, which meets on March 1. will Suffrage association. Is In charge of a cloaks and earr.v pilgrims' staffs. cymbals and brass in the "Triumphal consider an equal suffrage amendment committee of four, Mls Alice Pan!, s A delegation ot senators and Michigan. New March" from "Aida" a flying figure In Alaska. Maine. a chairman; Miss I.ucy Hums, Miss fmni the nine states where glowing ciimsoii will appear I.ilicrt Hampshire. Nebraska and Nevada are .Mrs. Ulcnnn Smith women can ote. will Ulllett and possible campaign states for 1!)K. II hae a prominent (Mi-- s Florence Fleming Noyesi Pols Tinnin. The lirt two represent the Iila' e in line ing for an instant on the steps, she the Maine amendment goes through national association, while Mrs. TinA group of Qunkeis. men and womrun swiftly to the plaza, beckoning to the piesent legislature it will be nin and Miss Gillette represent the en, will wear their beautiful Friends' her attendants to follow her. With submitted to the voters In Septem suffrage organizations of the District garb. their floating senifs of crimson, rose ber. The chance for New Hump of Columbia. A large number of men. among them and gold these maidens will wave a shire women lies In the fact that the Some of the important facts about James I.ees Laldlaw of New York, glorious dance of Joy and constitutional convention of 1012 will freedom "sJv tSt -' V'this procession, which all suffragists president of the National Men's League around Liberty. ,, probably reconvene this summer. Il say Is going to be even more Interest- For Woman Suffrage, will be In line. sV-- Tslr the Michigan legislature passes the This last tumultuous entrance will be ing than the big New York parades The ceremonies at the treasury steps followed by a moment's silence, to be suffrage amendment (as there seems have been, are as follows; and plaza to be given In connection broken by the clear note of a horn. little doubt it will doi the voters will Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president with the procession will "OX TO WASHINGTON!" take the form have an opportunity to ratify It In of the national association, will lead of an al'egory. accompanied by music Then will come n serene and beautiful figure dressed hi white and silver and it would not allow us to reach the April. There seems to be a strong sen the parade. She will walk every step and dancing and ending with tableaux bearing in her hands her emblem, the man on the wagon, the traveler walk- timent in favor of a special election In of the way (even If there Is a blizzard) The note of the tiiimpet which an- fiove of peace. Halting at the head of ing along the road, the millionaire in Nevada nest fall. The principal ob and then will make a speech at the nounces the start of the procession tile steps. Peae will release the dove an automobile. All these, seeing us. Jection to a special election is the ex Continental hall meeting. will Ik.-- taken up at intervals along the tml watch Its flight as it mounts to i top to receive a Icatlet or to talk pense that Is Incident thereto Ne Women from ecry state in the Un- line of march until it reaches the the heavens. Then she will descend "How do we reach thousands of peo braska suffragists are waiting for a ion will be In line. Many are going trnmi eter. who. clad In pnri leand gold, !o the strains of softest music, sur pie In addition to those we meet on construction of the initiative petition In speclil trains. A private car fllled will be stationed m the plaza of the .'oinided by her attendants, fair girls iur pilgrimage? Hy the message law recently passed lu their state Ik with suffragists will arrive from To- treasury building As the band begins In white. This time It Is Columbia through the press. We are willing to iore they can decide upou a program. ronto. From Baltimore will come a "The Star Spangled thinner" there wl'l Suffrage possibilities for I!)H are Btiing of golden chariots drawn by march fioin the shadowed depths of who will make obeisauce and with he written up for the sake of the great gesture welcome the longed principle for which we are walking-rote- s Arkansas. Florida. Georgia. Illinois. milk white steeds and driven by suf- the great columns fronting the treas- reverent Maryland. Massachusetts. Minnesota. for women. fragists dressed In Roman costumes. ury building tile commanding figuri of for follower to her place. Then Hope, bearing the promise of "Lincoln's birthday was selected for Missouri, Montana. New Jersey. Ohio. The forty miles from Baltimore to Columbia (Mine. Nordlca) As she ap the future, will peer shyly from be- the beginning of the New York to Oklahoma. Ilhode Island. South CaroWashington Is to be covered In one pears American will be unfuilcd Washington suffrage pilgrimage he lina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. day, and a squad of petticoat cavalry on the gre-i- t platforms which (lank the hind the columns, her gauzy veil falling between her and the world. At cause Lincoln stood for demoi racy, gov Wisconsin. North Dakota, and for Is to ride as a guard of honor. The steps. Columbia will slowlj descend last she will boldly leave her hiding eminent by all the people, not exclud 1913 Delaware. Kentucky. Mississippi. Baltimore chariots were first used in to the pk'n below Again tin- - trumNew Mexico. New York. Pennsylvaplace the suffrage parade held at the time of pets will sound, and Columbia, turning steps, and spring lightly down the Ing women The culminating point o' nia and Virginia. This will leave for followed by a group of laughing tlie pilgrimage will lie the presentation Democratic convention last June. toward the massive portico, will sum the Into Wood row Wilson of a message from 191G only Alabama. Connecticut. Each chariot represents an equal suf- mon to her presence the first of her fol- girls wearing softest greens and rainbow colors. Together they will dance the National American Woman Suf diana. Iown. Louisiana. North Carofrage state. lowers. Justice. in Vermont lina and West Virginia, Dawn Mist, daughter of Chief Three ( Justice and her attendants will wear and elude each other and swing and frage association urging him as prcsl the constitution can be amended only sway until they are Joined by a ra- deut of the United States to follow the Bears, will ride side by side with beau- j robes of violet, lightened' by fainteV at a constitutional convention, and the tiful society women In the cavalry bri ' touch of blue To the strains of the diant group of childreu. who will toss teachings of the gieat emancipator and next contention cannot be until 1920. their Iridescent balls until they, ton work for n true democracy." t8'U. fkT - Join the otters fn the- final taMcaa tc ree.t the great procession. OUTLOOK FOR A herald dressed in .jellow (Ir.cS inll nollund', enrryiug a trumpet and a purple banner, will head the procession. Then will come the woman's band, a standard bearer, n mounted brigade led by the grand marshal, Mrs. Itloh ard Burleson, and the fifty ushers fol the Continental hall meeting dressed In 1913 Promises to Be Year of blue and gold. The first division of the parade will Plenty For Suffragists, show that the demand for equal suf irage is vrununiuc, i lie iiireign conn tries which have aheady given votes' to their women will be represented bj BliaiV IN LINE floats, each one followed by a coutlu- - tin Hi STATES FALL gent of marchers wearing the costum , of their country There will be womer d from Norway. Sweden. Denmark. Fin Twenty of Them Ars Considered and Australia. sibiiities For 1914. Eight For 1S15 The nest division will show by, a and Seven For 13i6Vermont Cannot series of four Hoats the progiess oti A t Untl( the suffrage movement In the Unitec States from ISIS to Mill. The coloi) January was an unusually successful scheme of this division will be purple month for the suffragists, am! IVbni "Inrv promises to be even more interest white and gold. The third division will show by s ing An ei,u il siiffraw amendment lias series of floats, followed by marchlm passed both tioi.s,-- , of the .New York delegations, that men and women co legislature It must be agreed to bv operate In all activities except the legislature cle ted in l!ll I and can ami logical! the next be submitted to the voters In Nov em step in advance will be that of work ber. IPl.'t An equal siillrage amend Ing together to solve the problems ol meiit his both tumse.j of tin state. These tloats w ill be followed b Montana legislature Tin-- t (institution homemakers. muses, lawvers, doctors of Montana do.s not require t . t an college women, wage earners, teachers amendment he agieeil to b two legis writers, artists and musicians. will be sub latures. so the In the tout th division will he the mitted to the voters pi November, Ittl I state delegations, the climax being the An equal suffrage auit'iidmenf has p.is big state car celebrating the ttiumpl ed the general assembly of Nevada II of nine states having eipial suffrage. will he rerened to the voters in No At the mass meeting to be held at ember, l'.ll I. or at a spciil clectiol Memorial Continental hall, the home ol In October. 101 "1 An equal sufTi-!the Daughters of the American Kevoln amendment Il.'s nic.l the South Da tion. addresses will be made by Mrs kota legisl-ituie- . The constitution ol Carrie Chapman Catt. president of the International Suffrage alliance, anc TTCat Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president ol the National American Woman Suf finge association Mrs William Kent wife of Representative Kent of Cali . fornla. Is In charge of this meeting. Washington, used to hearing politics discussed, but unused to any real io litical demonstration, at tlist showed WV indifference to the parade, then ridl cule and finally respectful attention The change in sentiment has been brought about largely b.v the eharactei of the women organizing the demon stratiou. for the work Is being done by the wives and daughters of senators congressmen, government olllclals and army and navy oilicers. Mrs. Harvey Wiley, wife of the pure V;'?S633S8j . food expert, who Is chairman of the F32 hospitality committee, has taken ill F . xTf T'', - , ro-,:- v v ! ,v - ' ' ?. the work of finding accommodatioi "A 'k.vj. J- x7"? tt.yr'?'.', r ik i s;v5i? jfev .rj gsr? for visiting suflragists and has prom ised that all will be cared for Sh srxsi!tt&rt has adopted the unique idea of rent ing entire houses for inauguratior week and will turn them Into women's lormitories. - THE GROWTH OF THE SUFFRAGE FIGHT It Is ? ) VOTES FM WOMEN CARDS. I Auctioneer. Prices Right 334-A. .. i Je Oldest Thing In tha Evolution. A. M. BOURN Good Service World A LOGICAL FHENGHN; Lancaster, Phont - - Kentucky. Pos-lan- .g. Tho Present Worldwids Unrest Did Not Come In a Night and Is Here to Stay, Says Noted Authoresk A Many Sided Question. Dr. Win. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary at Rainey Lancaster. Office -- qu-sti- on g( JOHNSTON. What is at the root ot the worldwide unrest among womenV H hat is at the root of the woman movement? The ililest thing in the world is at the root of the woman movement, involution is at the root of the woman movement growth, the divine yearning outward and onward and upward. Stop it? Still it? Stop the ocean with your hand: stop the wind with a straw; stay tbe great mind of the world with your plaintive "Day before yesterday was Just the right weather.'" It did not come up in a night, the woman movement, and it U in no danger of perishing from view. It is here to sta and to grow. It is not the work of a few r.iiiaties and l.uldists. It is ii period ly logical phenomenon born out of the tullucss ot time and the larger mind of the world, evident log itselt in nil the countries of the world and under the most diverse circumstances, participated in by individuals of every social stratum, by the rich and the poor, the learned and the unlearned, the voting and the old It is iudestruct-blJt is moving on with an ever depth an. velinilv. ,'nd it is join:: to revolutionize the world It By MARY Surgeon and Dentist. s -- Liter SUuh. - Keiitck COME! Come and COME! Who So Ever Will. get SHA LD at the NL. and CLEAN a'hop on Richmond stre t The Old Reliable Basher. HENRY DUNCAN Office Honr office offtr .ratol.' lp tot Storme' Iwosc -- in B- - IP. DENTIST. Phone Cj. "Wattici. Lancaster. K e. in G. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiitr Glaaje tittcit at .ai . wra n lias nrinv sh.- mlii-ir,.:!. s eivenic. Im ation.il. economic. it polithal. lu a Oakdale Herd Of SisSS 'j"3;assris" . i.'-i- t 1 -r. X -".fit'-iir- -- iJt ,K??j: r-- mmaiM f ?'liJP ; & jwv,c k$ s " ' ' !BMas.GM30 mmjfn 'H m S G.MOORE and Mrs. OWENS OFFICIAL PARADE COSTUME "WHY Colonsl" WE HIKE." DR. ANSA j&& Craft Cives Good Reasons For Suffragists' Activity. T10NL DOWAIID SIUW, PRESIDENT SA AMCHICVN W'UilAN SUFI11AGE AS VlHS3? v ,j -- if we could only slight- hoiisaud spec-lie,y toil' h the iridesient, tinny angled woman movement. Todnv we are to speak and that most briefly, only to Royal blood and splendid individual. t its poiiiic.-i- i aspect in our own louutry. Then what aie we asking here lu A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sa Auieri i? J. F. ROBINSON, Lancajmlr. K-- . We .no asking that a democracy be a democracy We are asking that the government of this country be a government of the whole people, for tho whole people and by the whole people, and not a government of. for and by We are asking that half the people LANCASTER, KY. we who live under the laws of a state, Residence Phone 22 ) obey and which Office Phone C. laws which we must affect our relation in life, may have something to do with the making ot those laws. We are asking that we who pay a very 'onsiderabte portion of the taxes of the state and of tbe All Work Guaranteed. country may have a voice in the ap- jf i?QmZf-.z- . Registered Ouroos W. M. ELLiOTT, Physician and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Office Hours te-- - 4 :! I it. i, ;: fel 1 &i $? s -- ..' of ". .-"i ? v; . X Paint Lick, 229. Kentucky Phone m. f12 a. p. m . A. H. I Benny anil Wiiefe .n A Doctors Of Denial Surgery. , Twnr't ar HP .cibi':- Mzgj&axj&.s. ggs5g ""' ..Ai OSce: S:onneBni!d.aei"i - H son's Farmnre :ore ! LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ON sSlSH Jgpa gnu-Ize12m-m- ige'iswais gJifiMi!!!!! John White LOUISVILLE. rsiutr KY. fiCo.k, T5v y HlghestsmksSpricepiM k4&J&Qz! WOOL ana muca. Real Estate and Auctioneer. Duy MIS3 UARV JOHNSTON'. te IF YOU WANT TO rock-botto- rcpro-fceiitalhc- ll s portionment of thos-- taxes. We are prices o' asking that ne who work may have a I will give you oO Choice Farms. say as to the conditions under which we work conditions which even now See Me or Touch the Live Wire. are largely under political control and which every year that we live W. T. KING, come more and more fully under that Phone 339-We are asking for the full control. KENTUCKY dignity of LANCASTER, responsibilities, duties and citizenship. We are asking for justice, for fair play, for a square deal. We il sum n iwr?i!s. V are asking to be enfranchised. V tell ;oa bow ted In a democracy the ballot is the sympsyMiipriru wnu for wLly priea llrt bol of human freedom and humau retad nztrtiuei. M.5ABEL&S0NS sponsibility. The ballot spells political ucmuu. it. liberty, and political liberty corresponds Dijlers la Fas. Hiis. Jjol tH to a ueed of both halves of humanity. t,uti..t4i!:. on That gateway, political liberty, lies our line of march as it lay on yours. Our line of march does not end there. Itoes on and on and on. But In order now to go on we must go through that gateway. A million cosmic forces have brought us full before it, and a million cosmic forces are going to draw 3s through it What we ask of you today Is that In your several states and In jour several ways you do not obstruct those forces, but aid them. We ask that you range your personal weight and influence on the side of eternal Justice, on the side of the evolutionary process. We ask that you give your help to tbe women of this country In their struggle for political Independence. From Address Made by Mary Johnston to House of Governors Under Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 iuspices of National American Woman LANCASTER. KY. Suffrage Association. r7a Sell a Farm. ' Sell at Auction a Farm. FUSS yj a J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Why Salves Caal Cure Eczema troubles but none that wo can recommend as highly as this for we know U.U.D. stops the itcn at onee. We that nift w ant you to give D.D.D. a trial. Tliat w il. be enough to prove it. Of course all other druggists D.D.D. Prescription go to them it hae vou can't come to us but don't accept some This the quality of penetrating big pront substitute. probably explains the tremendous sucif you come to our store, we are cess of the well known liquid eczema to Buttain of what D.D.T. will do for you cei temedy, oil of wintergreen. thymol, gly- that we offer you a full size bottle on cerine, etc., as compounded In D.U.D. this guarantee: If yen do not find that Prescription. it takes ilway tho Itch AT ONCE, It We have sold other remelies for skin costs you not a cent. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Since the theorv of curing eczema thiough the blood has been given up by scientists, many different salves have been tried for sMn diseases. But it has been found that these salves only clog the pores and cannot penetrate to the Inner skin below the epidermis where the eczema eerms are lodced. ,rfS55I13l 1 rasas' isic.--. v fL-M4 Tt IN rt 5chulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. KT. V3LflT?'TCS"J 1 IKi tell x ntt linT? and rowtvcf m.t. We arc dealers; established M1.s ittKxor you si.3 mi cuamission in xner-References any bank Icn- Isvilie. Write for weekly price list. VTe Electric Bitters jsnees. ,C ch-n'- 3. ui A. Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. JJIQil.lFlil fflfslKL1 A Training HiiuiJy1 mf torl9, M. BASEL Ottr'tr i 33 E. Ihrkcl St, LOUISTILLE, in FU2 5. , I1IDFS , unni unities L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR K!DNEY,L1VER AND STOMACH TROUBLE nr pee!lcehool,dfnartmcatofaiTfcanttf. a wclleaipr.l rrmaalom- - Domtle Sctw- - FlMtTwm bma Ntjn Ifmr-rThirl Term Jaaaa-- t ScetvUVrm Sanmh JT. roarth TfTm AprilT Summ' Schoal pa Jaaa 1, CataIon Fre. J. G- 6f Kentucky. Coqrw mad TitkB Ft I tioIatM. TvDnMlrldrmodel school. awBianltniaia haitdlsr School School for Teachers CriM ldlas to Tltmmmrj TntetMcdUtetiMl Lib 9tt C ? ttitcart. Tall I la all PaKi. Crrt. Rtiln - GltABBB, Prealdcat. N 9TriZ3TK23rraij3rinLayT3 1 'O 1EJ 3ES.- - Enormous Shipments Arriving Daily. A Beautiful Selection- - Awaits Your Inspection at Our Store. ring I 3 SC S erchandise Our 3 cent Canvas moving fast at 2 2 to 5 o'clock l-2- K :EL -- - 1ET ! We are featuring Tobacco Canvas 4 r-- x. J oseph Mercantile Company cent quality at 3 I l-2cts. cts. jZJSZt&rsjgr&JGFTJ'tm.&ySGrBB Miss Lucy Walker Doty of Richmond was the guest of Lancaster relatives ft Miss Cordie Hamilton of Middlesboro this week. is here visiting her mother Mrs. Sarah Messrs T. L. Y.intis and N. B. Price V P Hamilton. are attending the big svir.o sale in atvM3 Mrs. D. C. Sanders left Tuesday to Lebanon this week. ' iff Mc.ifion of the Comings art! B visit her sister Mrs. N. H. Sanders in The C. L. S. C, met Wednesday afBEST PLOWS MADE. ig Ly Those Wt Are Intcrutid In. Richmond. ternoon at the home of Mrs. B. F. Hudson. The subject for discussion was Mrs J. B. Henry and little daughtar of Kirksville haw been visiting Lancas- "The Period of the French Revolution Miss Mary Portmpn of Stanford is and the French Drama". ter relatives. the guest of Mrs James Houae. Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green Elder F M. Tinder was in Greens-bur- g entertained "at bridge" Monday mornMrs. Joe Hugan of Kirksville is this week to see his daughter, ing in honor of her sister. Miss Joan visiting her sister, Mrs. John Ross. Miss Delia Tinder. Mount of this city. She alio entertainN. B. Price was in Danville Sunday Mr. and Mm. R. M. Spratt and fam- ed informally "at tea", Wednesday for visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant. ily of Hamilton 0, are guests of Mr. Miss Mount. : t. and Mrs. J. F. Spratt. Mrs. W. D. Walker was in Danville, Mr. S. H. Aldridge who is an extenrf Anv Mrs. E. C. McWhorter and little sive raiser of the Hampshire strain of Saturday, the guest of Miss Lilly Noel. daughter of PainULick were with Mrs swine attended the Louisville sale this Miss Mary Lynn Fox was at home W. S. Carrier, Tuesday. week, and since seeing that exhibition & from the Normal school at Richmond. Vv P H2 "& E IS S5 e C -- 3 Mrs. Lizzie Henderson of Richmond is much more favorably impressed with H' Miss Elizabeth Lyne of Nicholasville . was called here by the critical illness his own holdings. f", is here for a visit to Mrs. B. F Robin-- 1 of Mrs. Sallie McCormick. The Old Maids' Club will be given by h son. The Missionary society will meet Mon- the High School at Paint Lick on SatU Mr. Shirley Wilson, of Richmond day afternoon March 3rd at thePresby-teria- n urday March 8th. Miss Sarah Daniels the promoter of the play, will be there S spent Sundav with his sister Mrs. L. N. church, at 3 o'clock. Phone 27. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky this week to arrange for the cast of Miller. Mrs. John Lvnn and little son of yyaft nagggggi characters. Mrs. Elizabethe Dillion of Stanford Stanford have been recent guests of The following couples were in Stanhas been here visiting Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mount. ford last. Friday night for the dance, friends. Mrs. G Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford for a are in E. F. Green and little daughter T. K. Watson and Mis3 Bettie Walker Stanford with Mrs. Green's Burnside, Sam Denny and Mis3 Anne . . visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bohon mother Mrs. Wm Mershon. Margaret Elkin, Alex Doty and Miss A S' !&& flnnrc rt Campbell. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford Martha Kavanaugh, D. A. Thomas and Ac-s- i i" G Miss Maud Wilson, of Richmond is has been visiting her cousins Misses Miss Kathleen Walter, Robert Walter here the guest of her sister Mrs. L. N. Bessie and Willie Wilkerson. and Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts. GOOD THING Miller. Mr. J. S. Bowman of Lewis county Mrs. Wm Hays of Stanford has been has joined his wife here for a visit to A Card. the recent guest of Mr. and Mr. James Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. that husband of yours We want to express our heart-fe- lt A, Beazley. Misses Katie May and Mamie thanks to our friends anl neighbors for When he sees you using Miss Margaret O'Hearn and brother Dickerson of Richmond are guests of their many kindnesses and attentions White Swan Flour were called to Maysville by the death Lancaster and Garrard friends. shown us in our recent bereavement: of a cousin. Mrs. W. E. Amon leaves Saturday and also to say it is a comfortrto recall be supe he expects some Reverend C. S. Ellis of Latonia was for a stay with her Mrs. the courtesies extended to our father, fine bread, biscuits or by old and young, especially during his here last week to attpnd the funeral of Clarence Holtzclaw in Covington. declining years, for they helped to Mr. John K. West. . FLOUR fe cakes He's right, too "WHITE SWA Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daugh-Cec- il bring brightness into his life. J. F. Holtzclaw leaves this week for a visit to left Wednesday S. Bayne West and Sisters. & Hot Springs hoping to recuperate from and Mrs. J. II. Hilton for Stanford. Mr. makes the finest of such things. Try a sark a' d show in an attack of typhoid fever. him that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. BKYANTSV11.LE Reverend J. Rockwell Smithof Owens-bor- o Miss Minnie Brown was at Kirksville, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Sunday, to see her grand mother, Mrs. church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. W. C. Rose was in Lexington on Wm Blakeman who is critically ill. business last week. Miss Lillian Cochran has returned to Mrs. T. J. Price was hostess at "A Mr. J. Hogan Ballard was in LexingTpa Pouring" Tuesday afternoon at 4 Georgetown College after a visit to her ton Monday on business. parents Mr. and Mrg. S. D. Cochran. o'clock for Miss Margaret Hocker of frj) Mr. R. L. Elkin, the popular manager wtv Stanford. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned of the Record, was here Saturday. Mr. Joe McCormack of Henderson-vill- e, home after a Verv delightful visit to Master J. W. Burton has gone to N. C. was called here by the her daughter, Mrs. Davis in Chatta- Kirksville for a visit to his aunt, Mrs. serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Sallie nooga. Coy. PAVING TELLER McCormach. Margaret Hocker returned Miss. Miss Isabel Caldwell, of Danville, Mrs. J. Wesley West left the latter on Wednesday to her home in Stanford was the guest of Miss Margaret Jenkins part of the week for her new home in after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Mattie last week. Tulsa, Okiahoma, after several weeks Duncan. Mr. J. H. Deane still continues on the visit to Lancaster relatives. Miss Katie Lee Denny entertained a sick list. He is confined to his room consistent witli sound John McRoberts was at home Friday few friends informally Monday after- most of the time. Mrs. B. C. Rose spent several days finance is extended to for a stay of a few days from State noon to meet her consin, Miss Belle with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Lear near College Lexington. His friend Mr. Denny. customers of The GarCorlyse Jefferson of Pewee Valley Misses Bessie Brown and Minerva Lancaster last week. rard Bank &. Trust Co. accompanied him. Mrs. Hogan Ballard has gone to Cox of the Normal school at Richmond depositors receive Small y Friday for a Louisville for a visit with her aunt, will be at home Mrs. N. H. Sanders nee Miss Emma equal consideration with Mrs. Marshal Guerrant. Layton, of this county is' a patient in short visit Applications for loans up those whose balances are larger. Mrs. Hiram Cox, of Lebanon, and Mrs. Charlotte Warren has returned the Gibson hospital in Richmond. She on acceptable security are treated promptly and confidentMrs. Eliza Morris, of Jessamine, are recently submitted to an operation from to her home in Stanford after a visit ially. The bai.k will ba glad to have you consult it on any which her many friends will be glad to of several weeks with her sister Miss visiting Mrs. J. H. Deane. Miss Pauline Burdette has returned financial matter. know she i3 recovering. Jennie Duncan. to her home at Burgin after a stay & with her sister Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Mr. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster, is quite sick of Typhoid fever at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. Quite a number of the farmers took advantage of the pretty weather last i week aud burned and sowed their tobacco beds. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard came home Friday from Lexington, where she had for dumping a load of a delightful visit with her aunt, Mrs. modern-tim- e W. T. Woolfolk. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams spent Sunday with relatives at Burgin. They attended the funeral of Mr. John Elkin Sunday afternoon. just as you were passing. Among those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mr. C. M. What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of Jenkins on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't you need some for Colby T. Jenkins, Dr. and Mrs. B. A. We-havjust the right kind stove, furnace or open-grate- . Dawes, Miss Zillah Dawes, Mr. and for every use and we shall be glad to,send you all you need Mrs. Owen Marshal Moreland, of Georgetown, Mr. Leslie Jenkins, of Indianopolis, Ind; Mr. J. C. Gallaher, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Willbur Peters, of Harrodsburg, and J. Wilsoa Moore, of Nicholasville. Mrs. W. J. Hogan was hostess at a "Silver Tea" Saturday afternoon from lossip About yut'f wusss? vtvi Plows.. "copied Oliver Chill and Syracuse s JS ? S' J fl " S - s5- f u ismisei Tl Duke Goodloe of Springfield was a Monday. visiter in Lancaster fwj ' VULCAN PLOWS at reduced PRICES Plow Points and repairs R. for the benefit of the Methodist church. About GO attended and quite a neat Sum was realized. Mrs. Hagan was assisted in entertaining and receiving the guests by Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard and Mis3 Mayme Ballard, while Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, and Miss Eliza Ison presided in the din. ing room. Tea and sandwicees were s were daintv. served. The American flags in honor of Washington's birthday. Misses Jane Bowling and Mary Belle Halomb were at the door and received the olTerinjs. fa-or- Spring Lambs. Local dealers report fhe crop of spring lambs unusually short in this nw rri rn inarm Y rwt ..mint.. inrl es ranging" from $6.50 to $7. Confederate Pensions Questioned. j. MOUNT, SON & We Write Kind of Jenkins. The entire community was greatly shocked and grieved Saturday evening, Feb. 22nd, about 7:30 when they heard of the sudden death of Mr. Colby M. Jenkins, one of the most popular and best liked men that ever resided in Garrard Co., Mr. Jenkins was apparently in splendid health and had eaten'a very hearty supper and had just gone from the dining room into the sitting room, where he was preparing to study his Sunday school lesson, when he was stricken with apoplexy and fell to the floor, medical assistance was summoned but he lived only a few minutes. He was in his 68th year. Colby M. Jenkins wa3 born in Jackson Co. "Mis'soeri, May 22nd, 1845 and came to Kentucky early in childhood, locating in Garrard Co, near Bryants-villwhere he spent the remainder of his life. He was married Dec. 9th, 1SG9 to Miss Anna M. Smith, daughter of Mr David Smith of Rryantsville, Mrs. Jenkins died in lb'Jl. Mr. Jenkins was a member of the Baptist church, uniting with the church at the age of 30 and for 38 years has been one of the most faithful. loyal and devoted members of the Fork Church. He had taught a Sunday school class for a number of years and was also a deacon, always taking a very active part in church affairs. Mr. Jenkins lived at a historic old place near Bryantsville known as the "Burnt Tavern", where he owned a large and fertile farm, and engaged extensively in farming and stock trading and also was one of the best known and most extensive stock buyer? and traders in the county. He also engaged in the buying of tobacco to a considerable extent, and through this means was widely known throughout the state. He was a man of considerable influence in his immediate community and one of the most highly respected and progressive citizens of the ounty. He is survived by four son3 and three daughters, Misses Anna Kay and Margaret Jenkins, of Bryantsville, and Mrs. Thompson Arnold, of Lancaster, Messrs Colby T. Jenkins of Georgetown, David and Willi m Jenkins of Bryantsville, and Leslie Jenkins of Indianapolis, and by four sisters and one brother, namely Mrs. Lucy Blair, of Bryantsville, Mrs. M L. Hendren, of Bradfordsville, Mrs. Wilburn Peters of Harrodsburg, Mrs. Logan Mills of Independence Kansas and Mr. J. L. Jenkins of Kingman Kansas. The funeral services were held at the residence Monday afternoon at three o'clock and were conducted by his pastor Rev. Mahan, assisted by Rev. Humphreys, of Bardstown. The remains were placed in the family vault at the Fork Church. The large number of friends and relatives present at the funeral and the beautiful floral offerings attested the popularity of the, deceased. Mr. Jenkins was well known, enjoyed as wide acquaintance, perhaps as any one in the county and to know him was to count him your friend, a more kindly hearted man never existed and his lovable and benevolent disposition had endeared him to all, he will be missed by all classes for he was a friend to the poor as well as to the more fortunate. He was a splendid citizen and a Christian gentleman always taking an active part in every thing that would promote the welfare of his church or community. Mr. Jenkins was a most devoted and indulgent father, and while he will be greatly missed by his church and his friends, it is his family that will mis3 him most. There has never occurred a death in this part of the county that was the occasion of more regret, all classes join in the deepest condolence to the bereaved family. e, S523PaSSS3-U5S2SESSS!aE3SS- &l IB BAM &-COLLIER r. C Office at National Bank BEAZLEY la tiv ntivwo Anditor Henry M. Bosworth has asked Attorney General Bosworth for an opinion as to the constitutionality of the bill enacted by the recent legislature granting pensions to survivors of the "Lost Cause" and their windows. The bill if found constitutional would involve the expenditure of about $100, 000 annually. Auditor Bosworth's bondsmen raised the question, and he was compelled, no matter how unwill-- j ing he may have been, to make an investigation. The question would probably never have been raised but for the depleted condition of the state treasury. The fir.l outcome of the matter will probably be a test case before the Kentucky court of appeals. Meantime there is no money to pay the pensions already allowed, however willing Auditor Bosworth might be to issue vouchers. Baptist Minister Leaves For New Field Of XysssrsaztttzrtiLrrrs i . Labor. FTv'i' jtoJ !. , irji 8 grand-daught- er a 8 G S g Lancaster Elevator LFlourMills 8 oU''" .t.:. ;)'0TXI,' i Rev. 0:-P- . Buch preached his farewell sermon to the Baptist congregation Sunday evening. The church was filled, not only by those of his household of faith, but all the other churches, who, with one accord, express regret that he is called away and wish him the greatest success in his new field of labor at Columbia, Ky. Under his christian guidance and example, his church, has prospered spiritually, financially and numerically, and he has spared no pains to meet all the requirements of a christian gentleman and while Ve most sincerely regret that he is about to sever his relations with us to take up his labors in a new field we .beUeYe that here is but anindic.atipo to him of what the future as -. fruit from his toil. The Record but voices the sentiments of the community in hoping that heantl his estimable wife will be blessed with good health and strength to toil for the Master many years to come. s .- Pos iMr EveryCour SK:ILw sible tesy r j YOUXL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Special price on can peaches, try a can Curreys. For Sale. A handsome oak dining room table apply at this office. Fresh fish and oysters this week Curreys. at A 20 cent can of peaches for 15 cts at Curreys; to-da- Use Purity Cream and Powder. The best on the marRella Arnold. ket. For Sale At A Bargain. The Garrard Bank is-ter- - Trust Company JvgPiesH( Ten or twenty acres of good land in high state of cultivation, with cottage house. Just outside City limits. S. H. Este3, Lancaster Ky. 4t.Pd. Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Garrard and adjacent counties. Salary or commission. Address The Harvard Oil Co. Cleveland, Ohio. 2t-p- d. Don't Eoast MP fes i ROYAL I the Driver i i Baking Powder oal f is the greatest of helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and You will look your best and feel your best always if you wear a Spirell Corset, made to measure only. Miss Rella Arnold. O Agents Wasted. e i profitable. It renders the food more digestible and alum and all adulterants. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. It guarantees it safe from Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlanta, Ga. Constitution. Valuable premiums for subscribers, liberal commissions and cash prizes for agents. You can make money fast in any small town or along any Rural Route. Some agents make a good living. Others make $15.00 or $20.00 a month on the side, soliciting subscriptions. Address for particulars : Constitution, Atlanta, Ga. ly ly Wi - Htl - We have over 50,000 Rolls of Paper from which to make your selection; by far the g largest selection ever g brought to Lancaster. Be sure and look before you buy. The Store Beautiful CtDIIMMIMHH ID See Our New Spring Line M Of b Will Wall Mouldings. flB Vi Vl I " XSVJLCi fc- - Plate Rail. I Our prices are right g and we can figure! with you either on the Paper or put on Wall as we have 4 experienced hangers, g Call or Phone No 5 and we will be glad to bring samples and submit estimates. HURT Si ANDERSON Legorns, S. C. W. Orpingtons and Buff COST OF BUILDING CREAMERY Orpingtons that mony can buy and is selling bis eggs at prices that are One Must First Figure on Expense and Then on Equipment Pays reasonable We wish him much sucto Build Well. cess in his new venture. Fanners Busy. The farmers put in a busy week of it last week. The week was an ideal one for farm work and much progress was made in the way of plowing and preparing tobacco beds. Fiaed Fer ForoisMng Liqwr To Minor. By G. A. GILBERT, Colorado Agricultural College.) Bright Spot g Lancaster. si R IU! FARMER'S i COLUMN USE WHEELBARROW SEEDER NINA. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blbod that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. Circuit II1I2. Grant ol Jay McGreeor 2.072who recently told for fifteen tbontand dollars (115.000.60) for export to Rnssla.and who sired Baldr McGregor 2.WJJ, who aold at auction February 4tb. In New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (I1.000.CO) for export to Austria, His dam Is Baroness Sibyl I.S2. a daughter of Baron Wilkes. A sreat many people conlder Chimewood the 1.1ft 1 wottins stallion llvlcB; son of LV9 byM.m-brin- o lUKhwoodiUlh'andCbimeofBeli. Kin?. His first five dams are In great brood mare Hit. Uncle Commission of four men from different States passed on this horse. Mr Kommell Chief of Animal United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (J.(OO.OU) cash for Chlmewood to head the gorernment breeding farm In Colorado. This as well as otbrrof fers have been refused. This la the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and fnll information and the place. Address, rfpace below this heading Is ror the exclu-lv- e nee of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only la two Issues of the Record, free of charge W. K. Leavell bought 75 shoats of of Perry Ballard at 7Jct3 a pound. For Sale: 1 pair 3 yr old horse In the county court last Saturday mules 1 pure bred hampshire boar and Peter Hasty who resides on the "Wolf a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg- -, Hyatts-vill- Trail" in the northern end of the coun ty, was fined $50. and costs for furnishKy. ing liquor to a minor. Mr. H. J. Tinsley of Uhis place has for sale about 75 bushels of Whippoor-wi- ll S. C. White Leghorns. cow peas at $2.50 a bushel. My stock from prize winners at AtW. B. Burton sold a pair of mules to lanta, Louisville and other shows. A R. I. Burton for $440. also a nice one few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per to A. H. Bastin for $195. setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. A couple of brood mares for sale: heavy with foal, also some work horses FLATWOOD and a few shoats. J. A, Conn, Jr. "Harris Place". Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Ruth Miller is very sick at this writing. Mr. B. P. Hudson bought 50 shoats Eliza Yakey sold a sow and 6 shoats pf Judge A. D. Ford at 8 cents per e, $1-5- "Jtoand. for $18.00 R. L. Elkin sold a three year old mare mule to John Kinnard for $190. and a good milk cow to Jack Beazley of Stanford for $65. Fresh Jersey milch cow for sale, a good one also baled millet straw. G. B. Swinebroad. Mr. Kidwell of Crab Orchard shipped a car load of hogs from here to Cincinnati Monday, that cost him on an average of 7J cents a pound. Aboat 100 cattle on the market Mon-da- o all sold at high prices. Dick .Rons of Madison bought a bunch of SO'year! Ingi that averaged about 7i cents a pound. One Duroc Jersey boar 7 months old will sell cheap if taken at once. B. F. Robinson. John Longworth sold a cow to A. F. Edwards for $40.00 Joseph Hall and wife visited at W. H. Furr's Sunday. S. H. Miller and family visited at C. A. Dillons Sunday. Woods Graves sold a horse to Irvin Faulkner for $130. Eph Hammack bought a cow from Solon Black for $45.00 E. G. Hammack sold his crop of tobacco for 10 cents a pound. BertFrolier and wife are visiting relatives near Flatwood. Mrs. Fannie Howley and her son John have moved back tc Indiania, Rev. A. C. Baird filled his appoint ment at Gillead last Saturday and Sun day. Creamery builders must figure the cost, first, of the building, second, ot the equipment. A suitable and convenient building will contain a main work room, store room, refrigerator, engine and boiler room, coal room and an office. Such a medium sized creamery would measure 28x48 feet. In some sections labor and material are much cheaper than In others and the coat varies accordingly. However, we can place the limit ot cost of such a construction between one thousand and fifteen hundred dollars. Where only gatSered cream Is received the equipment required is less than where whole milk Is received. In the first Instance, of the gathered cream plant, the following would be necessary: 15 H. P. boiler; 10 H. P. engine; a well and pump; weigh can and scales; Babcock testing equipment complete; combiner churn, capacity 600 lbs. butter; buttermilk vat; cream ripener; starter can; wash sink. Besides this there will be shafting, pulleys, piping, belting, etc. By making two churnlngs a day in the rush season, 1,200 pounds of butter could be. manufactured, per day In a plant of this size. The cost ot equipment would approximately be $1,200. The total cost of a creamery without artificial refrigeration will vary ' from 2,200 to $3,000. In the long run It pays to build well and to use first class 'equipment In a creamery, and this is the basis of the foregoing figures. In many cases on record creameries started by promoters of representatives of construction companies have cost exhorbltant prices and out of all proportion to the business they are,able to do. NECESSARY One Rev 'Baird filled his appointment at Implement Is Hitched to Harrow by Freedom last Sunday. Means of Rope Attached to Pipe Saves One Operation. There has some cattle died and others sick, the disease unknown. This makes a handy way to use a Uncle Sires Creech has been the wheelbarrow seeder behind a harrow. n harrow with It victom of lagrip for several days. I used a and lapped what the seeder didn't Aunt Barbry Creech is sick all so but cover each time. I harrowed around glad to know that she is better. the field to avoid turning short we are around, writes O. S. Newberry of Mr. W. T. Watson has been sick for Meade, Kan., in the Farmers' Mall a few days with deep cold but he is and Breeze. I simply tlgd a chain better at this writing. behind the harrow as far as the seedThe few prety days last week put er went, then followed this mark next time so as to cover all the ground the farmers to moving sowing tobacco with the seeder. A piece of pipe Is beds and plowing some. wired to the levers on the harrow and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones of Rich mond was the pleasant guests of Mr and I Mrs. Moris Ross Sunday. four-sectio- Thistle Donne 2:09 1-- 4 S"?? ri!tww.A LnimBWnflQ i 14 hl,mest Farm 3J miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 133 Danville, Ky. $25.00 to Insure a living colt for Each Horse. JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker visited Mr. and Mrs. Hanly Whitaker Sunday. lARKSUUlU'. Mr. Tom Chesnut bought a pair of work mules at Danville for $390. Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALS TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- Seeder Runs Behind. Mrs Edmond Sutton who has been the seeder handles loosely rest on slightly this pipe, but a stick Is placed over suffering from rheumatism them and wired to the pipe so as not mproved. to allow too much free play. The Mrs. Sallie Fox was hostess at dinner seeder Is hitched to the harrow by Sunday to a-- few friends in honor of her means of a rope attached to the pips from the center ot the seeder to allow anniversary. It to follow the harrow In turning. Mr. W. I. Marksbury and wife of Lexington were visiting relatives here DAIRY COWS ON SMALL FARM Friday and Saturday. P FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama LtBg letorn Limit Fnll Stop-Ov- er Privileges. FOR TOOL SHOP Essential Is Water and In Receptacle Large Enough for All Needs Tub la Best. Mr. Kidwell sold a bunch of 120 pound shoats to Center Bros of Paint Lick for eight cents a pound. Probably 100 mules on the market, brought satisfactory but not many changed hands, however .those selling prices. I have fifty good ewes, ready to lamb that I will sell to highest bidder next county court day in Lancaster. J. M. Wherever the farmer hat bis own blacksmith shop, It Is almost necessary to have water handy, and have it In a vessel large enough for the needs of the shop. The half barrel makes Attention to CrU Feet. a very good vessel for this purpose. Don't roriet to giro the colt's feet The half of a common coal oil barrel attention. Now It when the set of will make a very good 'tub. The limbs Is determined. There Is always notches, shown in the Illustration, a reason for a poor set of limbs. It form good supports for the wagon may be hereditary, but It Is generally carelessness on the part of the owner who did not keep his feet trimmed down level with the frog. A colt's feet are continually breaking off and splitting If they are-s- ot attended to promptly. Horse Journal. Treating Mall Wounds. One who has tried it says that the Cress, Preachereville, Ky. most successful treatment that he has Carlton Elkin has some nice Indian found for nail wounds In horses' feet Runner ducks and Buff Orpington Is to clean the wound aad pour full of hot tallow or lard. This seems to cockerels for sale. give very little pain, and one treat-megenerally cure. Mr. Jas. B. Leavell of Bryantsville has some good Northern White seed Clean oats for Bale at 50cts. a bushels, 500 that makes gassy curds Is shocks of fodder with a good straw rick dirty. Clean sella: and clean to run to and, a pair of family horwill never produce gassy curds. ses, suitable for hearse. Daily Thought. I have a good milk cow for sale. A man's true wealth hereafter is Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. tka good that he does In this' world R. L. Elkin. to als fellows. Mahomet. at Water Tub fer 8hop. wheels when cooling the set tires. The notches will also be found handy for other purposes about the tub. such as keeping tongs, lays, etc., from slipping to the bottom ot the tub when set upright to cool. Mr. J. H. Thompson, Preachersville, ttrenath In Struggle. wants to sell you ten good calves and Hs that wrestles with us strength-athree choice brood sows that will farour nerves and sharpens our skill. row in April. Our antagonist Is our helper. Eda Mr. Jim Phillips of Lebanon, bought mund Burks. a nice walking horse of Wils Rogers for 1150. Center Bros sold a nice pair of three year old mare mules to Wilson Alexan- der for $400. Dave Walker a pair of horse mules of A.J.McKnight for $300. Virgil Qastineau sold a mare mule to Billy Robinson of Boyle for $195. and a horse mule to Mr. Flannery for $165-S. Embrv a pair of mules to J. M. Cress for $415. Rogers and Brandenburg the popular mule buyers of Paint Lick have 24 mare mules 4 and 5 year old, they wish to sell either single or in pairs. W. L. Herndon an old Lancaster boy is getting out a neat little folder advertising bis poultry farm at Crestwood. He has the best strains of S. C. W. When 8olfs Cease to Produce. The trouble with soils when they cease to produce aa they did when new is not that the elements of plant food are actually exhausted from the soil, but the neceasaary forces for the liberation are exhausted. One of these forces Is bacteria. It Is estimated that in the common soil there are 150,000,000 bacteria to the ounce. Will he natil r , i These bacteria must have for their humus, then they will -JU"ieni iaiis to give food, for the growth of plants. liberate , , nr,A instant food i To be Is not refunded. Try a good farmer one needs to grow leit and see. gumes and other cover crop plants "V0?.1 woJertul remedy for ave ever oeU."-Ca- pt, to turn under for humus, and to enBerry. Lexington. Ky. . me T -- lt- -t - nmA tt.1- - "uimcui ana .. pain and courage these beneflolal bacteria to j. a perform their functions In the soil. !fl thn1--w- ,. . -.. . "It " Riven me Fattening Market Fowls. S2ielM,,a,SceIwaS feralVMd Wellborn, Newburgflnd" To fatten pealtry for market, reand Pln this llnl. move them from the yards and place, mmnt Sill without overcrowding, In a coop which .. - should This lfnlmstn !...,. be provided with a canvas cover to draw down and keep the in... mates la darkness- - Do not feed for If it Falls tn T?ll- - A Any Part of The Bodv irj fgteen about six hours after placing in the juiuufcca, ask r or xour Money Back. coop, and then feed all they will eat. Iced three times a day, and keep SOcAtAHDrBMte.a.. fresh water and a basin of grain altum47 Co, Lsaiactea, Ky. ways before tture. s $100 REWARD n1f liVi &??' .. t! Air. U. f. tfurdette remains in a Where No Considerable Amount of For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to critical condition at his home. A nurse Llvs Stock Is Kept Animals Are H. C. KINO, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Alain St, Lexington, Ky. has been procured for him. of Much Importance. Mesdames Rod Swope and Chas. Dairying should be a Justifiable Becker went to Nicholaaville to visit factor In the operations of every quarter section farm from the stand their sister Mrs. Johnson. point of balancing the farm work. Mr. John Pruitt has returned from On small farms where no consider Lexington where he has been in the able amount of live stock can be interest of some tobacco which he kept for growth or for sale fat, the recently carried there. dairy herd can not be dispensed with Messrs Tom and Virgil Chesnut have unless the farmer is so well fixed that he does not need a winter busi- rented the farm from their father Mr. ness which has the ability to convert T. D. Chesnut. Success is predicted his time and labor Into cash. for these two enterprising young men. The dairy herd has an important place to fill in the prosperity of every quarter section farm and we are STANFORD. very sure that our statement applies to all general farms under this else. At first the tendency of the manufacturMrs. W. W. Hays is quite sick at her Gain on Meat Rations. home on Lancaster Street. ers seemed to be toward large and expensive The New Toak experiment station Miss Sallie Wagers of Richmond is found that cockerels fed meat gained cars and the needs of the poor man or the 56 per cent, more weight, and such visiting Mrs. R. T. Bruce. pullets laid eight weeks earlier than man of moderate means was overlooked. Mrs. Susan Harris, the aged mother those without meat, but otherwise on of Mr. S. T. Harris, is very ill. American ingenuity and common sense supa similar diet Meat-feducks were out of sight of Jamie, little daughter of Dr. and Mrs plied this need in "The Ford." those deprived of it Again the ex- W. N. Craig, is improving after a seriperiment was tried with a more care- ous illness. The Ford is not only an inexpensive car to ful attention to a supply of mineral matter for those without meat, and It Mrs. Susan Yeager will return this buy but because of its strength and enduring was found vegetable protein could nraair fwim TJifr toliiipf. Pann nth... alia largely take the place of meat In case has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas. qualities it is also inexpensive to maintain. of chickens, but not with ducks. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Perrin, of AnderDesldable 8sed Ears. son Ind. have been the guests of his The best ears of corn have the butts grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. well rounded out with kernels. Ears having straight rows of Warner, kernels and a medium size shank are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley, and desirable. The cob should be of me- infant daughter, of Richmond, have dium size and of a deep color. The been the guests of his mother at the rr-- 'i kernels should be deep and firm on home of Mrs. Hampton on Logan Ave. the cob, medium wedge shaped, have a deep color, and contain large, bright Mr. J. D. Eadn sold his good farm near here last week but we are glad to perms. say this doesnt mean that he and his . tUMrJajtMaAl Good Dairy Farmer. most excellent family areleaving Stan- -. fLaHaff BM?'M'F1iu.''yfTnr-:rs?w',""'c- r good dairy farmer has been de- ford. A scribed as "a good general farmer We are glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs , plus the love of cows." This Is a good definition, because the man who does Jay Hoenstien who have come from : V5 Vf WW ll llllilSi I not have a fondness for cattle, and Muscogee, Okla to make their home in Stanford. Mrs Hoenstein was before who does not find some satisfaction MMLyIl ' iff Vilifr 'luTivinJaaMB aHav I'1 In caring for them seldom turns out her marriage, Miss Roberta O'Bannon. I to be a very capable and prosperous The fiscal court was in session . vea- I dairy farmer. . 9fffflS :sl leraay w consiaer me purcnase oi roau i ' machinery. There was a decisive vote Slobber In Horses. Cabbage will sometimes curs slob- in favor of advertising for bids on the . ber In horses, caused by eating white machinery and it seems to be the gen ; clover; but it Is better to keep the eral impression that it will be bought clover away from the horses. at an early date. One of the most delightful social Strange. events pt the season was the dinner "It's strange. Isn't It?" given by Mrs. Hugh Reid and Mrs. "What IsT" John Owsley, at their country home on "That nobody ever discovers aa Italian singer who wasn't a coaaoa test Thursday. The honor guest was -GxfcOM el All Leading Aatexicma Cars Mrs. Robert T. Bruce. The other laborer a few years ago." guests were:- - Mesdames T. A. Rice, G. Motorcycles, Sudrles, Accessaries, Etc. B. Cooper, T. W. Pennington, J. tt. Mere Provincialism. . ".What." asked the Chicago Paxton, P. M. McRoberts, G. C. Payry "dld'you think of the Panama canal J. C. Hays and John S. Baaghman. "It's quite a ditch," replied the New The color scheme was pink and white mcestra concerts York man. "but It'll never be half and most artistically carried ELA8?ATE ahmaxiihs oat in aa interesting as our subway." every detail. d well-shape- d Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. m R. L. ELKIN, Agent. nm 'mmm'tKiST mnS 111 wfflh aaLlaVlM lhp IBl aaT Wwata3KiPR&2aiW 'J'' -- I aB nfe fflAllPPssnm JtStaBaKSTlSHai h Louisville Automobile Show ARMORY r HI Wfi i .l ' ' A Wh