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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 7, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913030701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 7, 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. Seconal TWIINTY THIRD YKAn. THE CKNTRAL, HK CORD PURE REIilOlOh, UX1ARN18HED DEMOCRACY AND UOOD G0VERXMEN1. Section No. NUMBER 1 LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1913. I ' 41. 8 Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson PLOWS, WAfiONS, If you had Hock feller's dally Income, For the first time In the history of the what would you do todnv? nation the Vice President had a military escort during the usual ceremonies of The Income tnx law will be the March the fourth. He will be htard of amendment to the constitution. no mora unless b dli or the Prildnt Sorsc of cur citizens iar tbav ww.t a d:3 light dn the filter, not on the water President Wilson takes being Presitower. dent vcrv seriously. He has declined Would you give your head to be to become honorary member of the golf President of Mexico? Seven have, up club, saying he had not time for golf; now if he has not time to go fishing we to date. will feel almost as sorry for him as we Taft has proven himself a poor Hull do for Huerta. fighter with both the Mexicans and moosers I I t ! ..i.tiinabi'i i.t kuiiik lu nave a rmr, bo we have decided t,o take it In and leave ,rr it... ! i t -- ii me muuKuruiiun unu wie ranama canal. Now that Mr. Wilson has named his HARNESS, ... 1 r-- General Diaz says he does not want to be President of Mexico again. Is he shaking in a Kooseveltlun or a Pie wickian sense? The South is the stronghold of the nations agricultural strength and we hope the effort to get a southern man in the cabinet will meet with success. cabinet, we are sure there are some "cabinet makers" In this section who will have to be brought up before the mayor on the vagi ant act,--anhere's hoping they will be sentenced to work the roads. A magnificent set of penrl studs for Pres. Taft and a diamond necklace that cost $1500 for Mrs Taft, a gold bag studded with amethysts for Miss Helen Taft, were presented to them as farewell gifts from a circle of close friends. Such gifts must have taken away some of the sting of parting. d Come, Get Prices and See The Danville Advocate is running a Mrs. Nicholas Longworth was voted column headed", Items published 25 one of the expert society milliners of years ago, we have published some that Washington, when a small Alice-blu- e happened 25 years ago and then some. toque of velvet which she had trimmed The Terrible Teddy has been nuiet so was exhibited and sold for the benefit Mrs. h long we fenr it is a case of a "calm bi of the childrens home. trimmust have fore a storm' and that when he does have ming qualifications inherited her from her father. something to say it will be of a very explosive nature. The Danville Advocate says; "workv ing in the trenches a half generation on The Circle Girls will have candy sales an empty stomach has served to whet at Miss Kella Arnolds Millinery store the appetite of the pie hunters". The each Saturday until Easter, March 8lh, Advocate also says George Farris has 15th and Saturday March 22nd, they will been feeling the Garrard County pulse have a general exchange and candy as he repeated the name of James B. sale. This is for a worthy cause, and McCreary. It will take a nd your patronage will be appreciated by stop watch, George, to get the correct all the members of the circle. pulse of old Garrard. Long-wortsplit-seco- Who Are Your Eriends That Live and Let Live. m WlUon photo copyrltht by American Preii Association. Buggies ' THOMAS i X W00DH0W i WILSON. i R, MARSHALL. AND CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. m On Tuesday morning March 4, 1913 H1 Chief Justice White of the Supreme Court of the United Stntes administered to Woodrow Wilson the oath which makes him the 28th president of the United States, and to Thomas Mur-ahthe Vice President's oath, was by Senator Gallinger, and forthwith the reins of govennent passed from the lmnds of President Taft to President Wilson. The in- i those of were simnle cation. Here muster, not the forces nnil Imtirucati'a lint tlm itintimirfll no- - of party, but the forces of humanity rade and accompanying ceremonies Men's hearts wait upon us; men's lives were the most impresive history, not hang in the balance; men's hopes call withstanding the efforts to strip them upon us to say what we will do. Shall of much of their pomp nnd magnifi-cens- we live up to the great trust? Who The following impressive words dares fail to try? I summon all honest formed a Dart of the newly inaugurat- men, all patriotic, all forward-lookined president's address:- men to my side. God helping me, I "This is not day of triumph," Mr. will not fail them, if they will but Wilson declared, "it is a day of dedi counsel and sustain me. aucural ceremonies I e. g Harness, For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wag ons and Harness. Leslie's is discussing the reason for Rev. M. A. Phillips, of Louisville will the high prire cf meat, the poor editor fill the pulpit at the liaptist church Sunonly has time to cuss it. day morning and evening. Let Us Make Your Easter Suit We represent the Globe Tailoring Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, and The American Specialty Tailoring Co., of New York,two of the best in the Country. Read the attractive advertisment of Circuit Court. Haselden Brothers on oureditorial page The Mnrch term of the Garrard Cirthis week. It contains some interesting cuit Court convened on Monday mornreading and is worthy of your notice. ing with Judge Charles A. Hardin Commonwealth's Attorney The way of the country editor is hard. presiding. We have raked up enough cash to get Emmett Puryear, County Attorney J. to Paint Lick tomorrow and if we do E. Robinson, Sheriff Ballard and his not succeed in collecting some money efficient deputies, Clerk Mason and Jack we ask tho Kentucky Press Association Miss, Sue Sholby, and Jailer to organize a relief expedition and come Adams were at their posts promptly to assists in the turning of the wheels of to our rescue. justice. Suits To Measure From $16.00 to $50.00 Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We are receiving Judge Hardin gave his usual splenMiss Sue Ford, a Mexican missionary has returned to her home in Paris, Ky., did charge to the grand jury, pointing she says the lives of Americans are out and dwelling at length upon the held very cheaply in Mexico. We do matters which they should give their not thiuk nationality has anything to do uttention and urging them to be diliwith it, It ar ernes do one is quite safe gent in their efforts to ferret out instructions from the greaser to the President In crimes. He gave the which he has been giving of late to Mexico. To The Growers Of Garrard County. W. J. ROMANS. New Spring Goods daily. Our Spring lines will soon be complete, and if you want to be dressed correctly you should call and at once, before the stock is buy your Spring Out-Fbroken. Our lines for Spring are the best money can buy. it Frat Clothing For Young Men. Perfection For Boys. Drew Selby Shoes & Oxfords for Ladies. Florsheim, Endicott Johnson and many other lines of Shoes and Oxfords for Men. JOHN B. STETSON and KEITH BROS HATS. Monarch and Ciuetts Shirts. A complete line of Ladies Suits, Dresses and Costumes will be on display soon. ready-to-wear H. T. Lo&ah We wish to thank you for your patronage, during the season now about to tions. The following gentlemen compose close, and wish to say that our house will close, on March, 20th, If you the juries:- GRAND JURY. have any tobacco left please get It In by that time. Yours truly, Cronley Broaddus. J. N. Ross Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. J. B. House, J. D. Rich, Richmond, Ky. David Dudderar, Ed. Clark, R. M. Poor, B. F. Broaddus, Wortham. Grover Gastineau. T. P. King, T. C. Rankin, Foreman, A. B. Brown Mr. Joseph B. Wortham died at the PETIT JURY. home of Mrs. Cal Maupin in Richmond W. B. Lee. Kv. on the 21st of February. Mr. J. F. Naylor, A. J. Kldd, Wortham has been a long sufferer and W. S. Embry, A. J. Caddell, his health was due to n complication of J. M. Duncan, George Elam, services were Wesley Teater, diseases. Funeral Woods Walker, conducted at the Maupin home on tho J. M. Sloan, following Sunday afternoon, by Dr. L. George Broaddus. Will Grow, Milton Ward, 0. Harries of the Christian church, after John Smith, Sam Cotton, which tho remains were interred in the D. J, Walker, Ben Hamm, Richmond cemetery. II. C. Hamilton, F. B. Marksbury, Mr. Wortham was 55 years of age W. M. Mahan, Henry Ray, and is survived by one daughter, Miss J. C. Crlscillls, Price Bourne. Jessie Woitham .his wife having preced- Sim Clark, ed him to the grave many years ago. The following offenders have thus "Joe" Wortham spent most of his far felt the strong arm of the law. life in Lancaster, where ho wasahighly Ed. Stephens, carrying concealed wearespected citizen. He was the last of pons, $25. line and 15 days in juil; Taya once extensive Lancaster family, lor Shearer, sumo offense $25. and 10 consisting of Mrs. William Shugars, dayt; Will Adams, disturbing religious Mrs. Boston Dillon, and Mrs. George worship, $20. flue; Vernon Hurt, furWright, and Messrs Sim, Smith and nishing liquor to minor, $50. fine and Joseph Wortham. Mr. Wortham wusa William Henry Sowers breach of peace carpenter by trade an industrious sober $20. fine. Tho City Council of the City of Danman and u good citizen. Since his marriage In Richmond several yearB ago ville was fined the sum of $50. and he has spent a great deal of his time in costs for their failure to erect and that city, and tho news of his death maintain a fish ladder at tho water will be to many the first news of his works dam on Dix river. Oethel East charged with barn burnleaving Lancaster. The many Lancaster friends of the ing was found guilty and given an infamily sympathize deeply with the determinate sentence of from one to six years In the peuetentiary. young daughter in her bereavement. the various grand juries of the district, including the instructions that they report their nets in writing to the court at the close of their delibera- Some Of Our Exclusive Brands Of Canned Goods. Pratts-LoPEACHES, w Canning Co. CHERRIES, PINE- APRICOTS, APPLES. FULTON'S PRIDE. Corn, Peas, String Beans, Lima Beans, Beets Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Spinach. These goods are the best we can procure and every can guaranteed. DAVIDSON & DOTY mm Pi The Central Recoro iNConroR ATED. a v 1 m Spring is here and EASTER comes earliest in 90 Years before. We are ready with the latest styles a nl 1 i m 11 in LADIES FINE FOOT WEAR For Spring and Easter wear. All the New Toes, Leathers, Heels, Etc. See show window and pick your Style. JAS W Issued Weekly. $1.00 SMITH, House nllege. What there is, they say, will be cured by growth in individual morality, or perhaps by an awakened "so-ciconscience". In other words they nsk for the man with the muckrake to "go way back and sit down" and believe that all things will work together for good to those who love the Lord. This optimism, or rather the attempt to throw the public from the scent of evil, is but a reasoned form of the inMule Merchants Return. Mr. Mount Attends Of Quality Dr. Friedman Now In This Country Cure Making With a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at (ho ' Pot aiReconil-ClM- OHlce In Lancaster, Mull Matter. Ky., Member Kentucky Press Association . anil Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 7, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices .. .$ 5.00 vor County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line.... 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 05 We' are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic Nominations. For Stale Senator. CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. Of Boyle County. For Representative. JOHN M. FARRA. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. JAMES A. BEAZLEV. For Sheriff. C. A. ROBINSON. ASHBY ARNOLD. W. L. LAWSON. W. S. CARRIER. For County Attorney. G. B. SWINEBROAD. GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. JACK ADAMS. DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. E. B. RAY. J. B. COLLIER. W. L. HUFFMAN. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. WALTON E. MOSS. SHIPTONH. ESTES. DAVIS SUTTON. 2nd District. CHARLES C. BECKER. VAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. Waiting For Light. Do the people of the State of Kentucky wish a change in their taxing laws? If so, in what respect? If it Is to reduce tho rate of taxation or the gross sum required of them for tax, we should answer tho question without difficulty. Those who know how much tax fund is required to cover the public demands made no promise that the sum will bo reduced in tho near future. It may and will, likely, grow rather than decrease. However, tax reform has become a popular platform for aspiring law makers. Wo hear it from authority well worthy of our consideration that our present tax laws are antiquated and obsolete, and that same should be replaced at the earliest practical moment by such laws us cover present business and financial conditions and requirements. Now, since it is conceded by all that we are to continue to need as much money for public purposes us formerly, und that any tax reform sought will not effect that phase of tho case the question naturally suggested, is what1 On Tuesday Mi . eh 17th Judge Haris now in tuberculosis, auspices of the Kentucky Agricultural Mr. J. P. Prnther of Lancaster cried a specific for umenU on the plain tlie srIo of the late John Prather on New York, and as whiii as proper quarI din will hear n Department at the Court House last the Friday and Saturday was a success, not tiffs petition ui Itobins-o-Insurance suit ofj Long Branch on Mondnv, nnd he tells ters can be secured, he will conduct the late Jam s heirs ugninst us that the sale which consisted tests of his nllegetl cure under the Mi so much from the point of attendance, the Equitable Life Assurance Society, of hoiiiehold goods nnd farming Imple- crvision of representatives of the Surfor while there was n good crowd in A geon General, ami if tlieae tests prove attendance, it was not what it tdiould in the court hous in Lancaster. ment?, brought just twice the amount number of well known attorneys will be successful bin treatment will lie jilaceil been, but from n Kint of good which they were appraised. for have This on hnnd to represent the Insurance counis a record us an auctioneer of which in the IiuihJs of physicians in this derived by those who did attend. The Company; among this number will be try for the treatment of persons Mr. Prather may well be proud. speakers were men of much intelligence, Judge Humphreys of Louisville, Hon. atllictrd with this dread disease. well versed upon the topics which the Win. Marshall Bullitt Solicitor General Much has been written atxiut Dr. discussed and cilpableof impartingmuch Garrard Counly Land Sales. of the U. S. and several attorneys Friedman, good and lmd, but from valuable information to their hearers, from N. Y. Mr. J. W. Hamilton, the best Countv statements mnde by bun, it would hoe. and we ore sorry that every farmer in Judge L. L. Walker being the lobal Court clerk south of the Mason and seem thnt his chief aim in life is to Mid the county did not come out and profit li. a ill ui h that he It is a comparatively easy matter for by hearing them. A permanent count ..hlu.iiij .I".- ,- v.iv ,l..r.,,l...,l i. Tl... tl.. Dixon line, informs us that he record nuffering humitiiitv. He ui. . ill, .,ii nuir inson heirs will be represented by ed during thu last twelve months in hi is not mercenary, that he only des.rt-man to plant trees, but to have them organization was effected with Mr. W. Judge K. C. O'llearof Frankfort and office 658 deeds. Tins indicates that it enough money from his (rent discovery grow and thrive illustrates tho high E. Moss as President und K. E. lleiir mastery. as Secretary, while Mr. W. S. F.mbry Mr. J. H Robinson of this city. The is no trouble to sell Garrard County to enable him to give the proper inwater mark of the brains Spraying trees is one of the triumps of was chosen as a delegate to the State fact that tho case involves the right of land. We hope those who j!d did not structions for the use of the culture, distribution of the surplus of the large leave tho county, for if they did make nnil for its perpetuation. He furthergenius. It is an easy matter for man Institute at Frankfort. insurnnce companies, ns well as the such an unfortunate nnd unwise move more say that after the reputation of to command the horse and the dog and right of policy holders with participa- they might gu further and do worse, his remedy is fully established, that no the cow, nor is it a very serious matter Burdett. ting policies to an accounting from the person shall be a sufferer lrom the to control those creatures that still are re to use Ins White Plague rind wild. Mr. Daniel P Burdett died at his companies, is of more interest to the thus:- . Sanatorium Sold. specific nnd be barred therefrom I It is in the field of insect life man 'home near Marksbury on Sunday after- - country at large, than the sum of fiW, 'Taxes shall be levK-rand collected for public purposes only ami shall be uniform has met his serious defeats. Thousands noon at 2 o'clock. The Spitler Sanatorium has been sold of the luck of funds, that it is He had been in 000,00 which is sought by the plaintiffs. upon all property ol the SAME CL.VSt subject of men have been whipped by insects, failing health for the last year and the All preliminary motions thus fsr have and possesion given on Feby. 15th. to for the ricti and poor alike, ami that totaxatlon. TheCieuerul Assemble shall Man- and many of our farmsand orchards ore illness which resulted in his death was been decided in favor of the plaintiffs Mr. Win. K. Laur. of Sngansw, Mich. fjom those who nre ible to pay, he power to divide property iuto CLASSES auu with determine what class or climes of property but the battlefield where man has been of two weeks duration. He wns a suf- and as the Insurance Company was not We have information that thu projHT-- ! will exact a fee in accordance SHAM. DE Sl'IUKCTTO LOCAL TAXAT.ON. overcome by insects and perhaps knew ferer from n complication of diseases. ready to present their side of the case ty was sold nt a h.imlsome figure und their means, but from the poor ho will Bonds of the State and Counties, municipaliit not. It is said insects destroy over iJad he lived until the 23 day of this during the Lincoln term of court. Judge thut about ?5.000 in improvements will exact nothing, will treat them without ties, taxing and school districts shall not be two hundred million dollars for the month he would have been 08 years of Hardin transfered the case to this court beTiprnt on it this spring. We nre money and without price. subject totaxatlon " To age. A peculiar coincidence connected' and set the time of hearing for March sorry to note that Mr. J. I.. Spitler the The amendment also provides that all United States in a single year. We have received our line of Ladies former owner and manager will leave meet these minute and uncountable nun mt; ucam ui mi. uuiui-i- i la niai 17th. tax laws enacted under this' section The Insurance Company will in n few thi state and probably locate in Chicn- -' shoes nnd oxfords for spring. Let us hordes was the task of science, and it , his brother Mr. Fred Burdett died on if adopted shall besubjec'v toratificat'o pay the heirs 510,000 tho face of go. It is a pleasure however to state supply our wants for Kuster, we of the people by referendum vote. is not defeated. It compels, however, I the illi day of March 1012, only two weeks every farmer to have u scientific train- days lacking to make their deaths oc- the policy and contest the remainder of that Dr. H. K. Spitler bus been re- - handle the fnmous Drew Selby line. Now, we are in favor of tax reform if claim. Uined as physician in charge. H. T. Ugnn we can see in the move a real benefit ing. That is what is coming about. It cur exactly a year aprrt. The two liv- the will not be many years before every ed together and were almost inseper-ablto the majority of the people. We do not wish at this time to be understood farmer will be a chemist and an etomo-logiMr. Burdett is survived by one brothat least, if h be not also a good as either opposing or favoring the No other er, L. W. Burdett who resides in Caliadoption of this proposed amendment. botanist and ornithologist. of Mrs. We are, however, shying a little at branch of industry so comes into an fornia. He was an uncle somethings in the amendment as we alliance with knowledge and with such L. G. Davidson, of this city. After read it. Under the present constitution extensive knowledge as does farming. funeral services by Eld. F. M. Tinder, C his remains were placed at rest in the all property be it real estate, including i AH Ik The knowing ones in Washington are Lancaster cemetety on Monday after farm lands and city real estate, or personal property, including live ttock, wagging their heads ominously over a noon. i . ii rrTr.f jr.. Dan Burdett was born and reared in notes, bonds, securities of all kinds ot conference held there between Gov, 11, I'j. " .. '"M money all bears the same rate of taxa- James B. McCreary and State Chair- Garrard county, and wus one of her tion. Under the proposed change the man VanSant, and J. N. Camden is most highly respected citizens, lie wus .t. Jf V f legislature would classify property. said also to have participated in the u faithful member of the Christian That is, they could put real estate in confab, and it is freely predicted in church, holding membership at Pleas - u MirAivii i i i.r ivj k:. i .,11 one class or money in u class, or live some quarters thut some definite con- ant Grove. He was a genial kindly stock in a class, notes in another class clusion will be reached while these gen- man, thoroughly conscientious, no nev and so on and lix a different rate of tax tlemen are there attending the inaugur- er intentionally wronged his fellow for each class. Then real estate could al festivities as to the Kentucky Bona- - man. He spent his entire life in the ' community where he was born and be taxed at fifty cents and money at 10 torial race. Gov. McCreary also was observed for heULthe unstinted esteem of his entire cents oi money at DO cents and real estate at 10 cents cn each one hundred a few minutes in quiet conversation neighborhood. dollars of valuation. This section of with Congressman Owsley Stanley, but each of these gentlemen strenuously Senator Bradley Telegraphs "Lancaster the amendment:- dur- "Determine what class or classts of proper!) deny that politics was mentioned I. " u m k ing the tulk. shall be subject to local taxation". 0. K.' Which Means We Will Is worthy of the consideration and Get Federal Building. analysis of the voters before they irct Ice Plant Under Construction. upon this amendment. Under the On last Saturday afternoon Mr. It. Mr. Henley V. Bastin is pushing the provision it seems pretty clear that the Batson telegraphed to Senator Construction Of the new ien nlnnt lis II. Legislature would be authorized to ' relieve a certain class of property from rapidly as tho weather will permit. Bradley and also Congrcesinan Helm 1 local taxation altogether. We submit he machinery is about all on the that the site for tho Federal Building ground, and every day that can possibly in Lancaster had been paid for nnd acfor the consideration of our readets, is it best for uny class of property to be utilized, a force of workmen are busy cepted by the government and to urge relieved ultogethcr of taxation? We trying to gut the plant completed be- the Lancaster uppropriution. On Tues SSSUSI, I day morning Mr. Batson received again submit, is it not best for all fore the coining of warm weather. following message from Sen. the That's reason enoufh ton bcau$t il'a a StuJtluktr. property of every kind und discription 1 learned that Icaton before you Bright, Successful Young Man. Bradley:- were born. to bear the same rate of taxation? Ami my father learned it before me. "Washington D. C. March 3. 1913. Since this proposed amendment places Mr. Clay Pumphrey, the youngest There Isn't any "Utter" than S:uJelker. so great uuthority in tho General son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey R. II. Batson, Lancaster Ky. There ctn't be. Assembly, wu would be phased to know of this city, who has beon the expert Lancaster all right I read lomsjthinc in a newspaper the oilier day ahout StudflaUer wac m and I cut it out; I lAe to the substance of a proposed law or see in charge of machinery ut the Colonial gooj Hunt, about W. O. Bradley U. S. Senator" friends. Listen to it: a draft of such, covering this tax ques- thaater in Dunvillu for a number of This means beyond any peradventuro "Wliereer wheel, roads are tion under the amendment if adopted, years, has resigned his position to ac- of a doubt that the Public Buildings crs- leaves ill way into the w Jderness any here in the world the. that some legislative candidato who cept the position of n new theater re- bill has passed, carrying with it an aptraveler from America meets with a lliri',1 of patriotic pride tU that is synonymous wilh vehicle service and vthiclo value." fuvors tax reform, would introduce or cently established in Danville by the propriation ot 55,000. for tho erection Fine,, Isn't M And rospel true, too, I remember your Uncle WilliV-timsupport if sent to Frankfort us a law Loyul Order of Moose. Mr. Pumphrey of a building on the site already he went to Europe, back in 1891,leUinr me how good it maker. Such a draft of u law that accompanied n committee from the hinj feel to rind Studebaker wagons in (he little i and to find, loo, that the name StudtbaLcr itood Juit would bo satisfactory to the people lodge to Cincinnati, where he supei inThis measure has had u stormy car ci la', " there as it JkJ liere. would we think make the proposed tended the buying of the most modern eer because of the enormous sizo of But that isn't what I'm getting t. amendment more popular. We are and complete, machinery obtainable, the appropriations contained therein, What I mean Is, that you'd be safe today if you boujht a StudrbnW waiting for more light. and ull the uccessorics foranup-to-dut- o wagon with your eyes ihut -- )ou could be suro you und then Sen. Kerns of Indianu insertwe gelliru- tU beil money worth your dollars could buy. providing that no building theatre. ed u clause What I mean Ij, that the Studebaker notion of building the good old Clay Pumphrey has been wonderfully should bo built in a town whose stamp faih. In our dully walks und conversations iontd golden rule Into then- - wngon. hain't let down the Uiousandlh we find many who stoutly protest successful ulong this line not to have receipts fell short of $10,000. part of an inch in fifty years. per ugainst mention of graft. There is hud a technical training. His experi annum, and as Lancaster's receipts do Uu,,.nhin Dw,,fy.k take displace f'fe may offer you downright positive SludeUker certainty? tan too much of this tulk, they say. it de- - ence und superior knowledge of elec not reach half that amount, wo deUupposeif sdlthe wsgwu the Studebaker! have built v. ere lining out In stroys confidence in our institutions, trical machinery und especially that spaired of ever getting the appropriaa line they'd so around the vluLo half . faith in our commercial und nolitical pertaining to the moving picture show tion. However, "his homo town" And I've never heard of one Uut didn't make good. leaders and it shakes the very founda business has brough. him to tho head seems never to escape the mind of Don't let anyone get your mind off that Idea-b- uy It. my boy. tecouie K 'i a StuJtbaktr. tion of this old Republic. of the lino in that profession, and his Sen. Bradley and ho lias labored in- Moreover, they suy, there is not so services are in demund ulmost defatigably In our behalf, und it seems much graft ut large as the exposers he chooses to offer them. that his labors have been rewarded. I i I di-l e. st nre the changes wished, if any? The only posible result of any chnnge, as appear to us, is who would get oil with less tax and who would be the unlucky to have to contribute more freely to the public treasury. It is pretty safe to say that those who think that a change would lighten their burden of tax will be enthusiastic tax reformers, while those who, perchance, get a glimpse of a larger tax bill will be down on the new move. It may be possible that all will indulge the hope that fortune will place them in tho lucky CLASS that will be reduced in rate, and that all will thereby be persuaded to help the tax reformer do his work, when the unfortunate may repent at leisure, while the State would follow in the path of progress, provided the promised remedy of the tax reformer works out all right. Those who have been interested in what is termed tho tax reform move have found that a chnnge in our State Constitution is necersary in order to have the kind of laws they want, und in consequence of this agitation, our last legislature provided for u submission to vote of the people ut the next regular November election whether the present constitution should bs changed. The section of the constitution as it now exists is as follows "Taxes suall be let Iel ami collected for pnbllc pnrposcs only. They shall be uuforin upon all property sudject to taxation". The proposed amendment read3 Inauguration. attending the Mr. Joseph inaugural ceremonies t Washington where they spent the winter engaged this week. Mr. Mount wns nn "original in the mule business. Both gentle men Wilson man" nnd has been an ardent report a profitable season in their re- supiwrter of the President even since spective sections of tho state, and ex- his name wns first mentioned in connecpress their intention of returning to the tion with the presidency. "Goober state" next winter. Messrs W. R. Cook and George I) Robinson have returned from Georgiu It. Mount is Big Don't forget the Circle Girls enndy sale at Miss Itelln Arnold's Saturday. Tuberculosis Tests Insurance Case Moved To This For Hearing. louc-t- y stinct of the ostrich. By blinding our eyes to what is going on nround us, we expect immunity from harm. Graft will not cease when such methods are employed, but exposure is sure death to it. Graft will continue and increase as long as we close our eyes to it or wink at it, ceasing to speak of it will but nourish it. By no appeals to the conscience of the individual can graft be eliminated, but it can be eliminated by talk and by exposure. The man with the muckrake is as much needed as the man with the Farmers Institute. The Farmers Institute held under the Last call for Tailor Made Faster Under The Supervision Of The Suits, owing to the rush of business we cannot guarantee faster deliveries on United States Governorders which reach us after.March 11th. Are you going to he one of tho disapment. pointed ones or are you going to order now and huve your suit for Easter. Dr. Frederick Franc Friedman, the II. T. Logan. German ph)ician nnd scientist who claims to have found ii culture derived A Good Auctioneer. from the inoculation of a turtle that is It - .-- , jd.-fs- r i j Buy it, My Boy, Because it's a .SSMBW " ever ever d. - "'' any-whe- re HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER, KY. Section No. TWEKTT THIRD TEAR. 2. O Jii JN rX1JbijL.JL KJECOKD PVRE RELIGION UN1ARNJS11ED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVERNilENl. Section No. 2 NUMBER LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1913. 49. 13,115 1 3E34k.X.X.3r EASTER SHOWING NEW SPRING GOODS. At The White Elephant Store. OF COMMENCING AT ONCE- - I STOCK COMPLETE. DRY GOODS, NOVELTIES, DRESS GOODS, ETC. For Men and Boys. Ladies Suits In Stock Me isures Taken, Fits Guaranteed CLOTHING Sinbac Shoes For Children In All Styles. Gents Furnishings Mens' and Boys Suits In All The- - Newest Styles, Shades and Colors. Sil Kid Shoes Mens All Wool Suitb $10.00 to $20.00. One Price, and to everybody. I have Jutt for Ladies. They fit the Arch. One Price, and to everybody. MEN'S SHOES To Fit Every Foot. returned from the markets where I purchased the best and most beautiful lines of the above Merchandise I have ever displayed In this City. I Invite inspection and patronage. - ' t Some other municipally favbe msde up in some way and the only I munity open are the public ored objects have done so. The good wayn now that lie library and the concentrated efforts of, influence of a free library rightly is almost instantaneous. The , the individual II) Tin- - tuiiiii""lnbl vnried interests of restless children are Somx decn the hooklover. and bib-- 1 satisfied by the storie.v biographillomnnia is an affliction much to bi soon The Werth Of A Likrarr. can es and the week's story-houTk feared, but the right use of books now centred and low with never be decried. The young lawyer boys interests are Pnr rmturiel the cathedrals company no longer satisfies him. Good their towering spires were not able to i leaves the law school about ready to( books arc undoubtedly better companof dispel the gloom of ignorance wl to begin the serious practice and study ions for boys and girls than the averinto the law, and especially the study, for harmonize the discordant Many young men complexities of our American life, age street idler. , charitable the on Independent-thinkinghave built their futures substantially tbelr the multiplicity of precedents and laws, and democratic who, and by stamina and a reading course suggood worka bore fruit In their time and both vague and pointed, demand study gested by a wise librarian, thereby esa well selected Ubtary. Tie they served to keep alive the glowing through chewing visions companions. If thai park of knowledge at a heritage for young doctor does not close his text- young man should aspire to an enbooks on leaving school unless he wants future generation. gineer's course he may be able to obThe achoola came and on the firm to foisake the principles enunciated by tain the practical in the e and perilfoundation of the Intellect built by the Eaculapius and to embark on the the theoretical by burning midnight k few more ous sea of quackery. The church, humanity climbed a oil. Thus many people forced to leave but the lawyer, doctor, preacher or teacher school steps toward right-livinbecause of poor health, lack of children were taught to read without would be as narrow in tuition as a ladk of ambition have harp would be moi.otonous in means or a early hands to , anything being put Into their helped bv made up these defiencies through the read. Thii may be likened to putting tune. The farmer is, also, public library. toola into tbo hands of an unskilled the many well written articles of his i ou.. .l:i.. utno- i...,. One little head can not carry all the workman without any work to do, or agricultural papers, mv u.hj reason loaded shotgun in the hands of a papers are the greatest educators of world's knowledge, for that to a reference books are indispensable. This child the day. boy untought in Its uses. The crystallized thoughts of great , These are to be found in a now knowing how to read is not taught public library. The lack of In and as ia the way of all writers have caused revolutions what to read of thoughts. Klitics, education and re- Uie knowledge of tacts is not to be flesh It seeka the smoothest paths reading free from mental obstructions ligion: Dickens' Nicholas Nickleby laughed at, but the inability to find is deplorable. but abounding in lurid pictures of folly, caused school reforms In England and them at the right time help the rapine, avarice and unbridled love. By America; Lcther's writings brought Above all a public library will churches counteract the so doing the points of least resistance religious reform in continental Europe schools and betare met and overcome and all the pre- us did liunyan's Pilgrim Progress in evil influences of moral depravity benethough ter than any other known public vious efforts of preacher and tench' r England; Sinclair's Jungle, fit. come to naught. For all the puiha dead now, drove meat packers distractbooks, ye monuments of mind, conspiritual, phjuicul and ed and caused the enactment of the "0 downward to crete wisdom of the wisest; mental degradation are easy, smooth present Pure Food laws; Uncle Tom's Sweet solaces of dally life, proof and Cabin played a part in bringing on the and results of immortality; Ninety percent of the children never titanic struggle between the North and Trees yielding all fruits, whose leaveB get to go even to the high schools. the South; the vigorous magazine arare for the healing of nations; This is a very large percentage that ticles of 1909 10 caused a mighty upGroves of knowledge, where all may In American politics and so on must obtsin an education by their own heaval eat, nor fear a flaming sworo; heme efforts, to fit their peculiar needs, without limit may be enumerated those Gentle comrades, kind advisers, friends wood writings that have wrought thoso noted or else they must be "hewers of comforts, treasures, chess-boarof human afand drawers of water" unto the end of moves on the Helps, governments, diversities of their days, or be content to sit down in fairs. tongues; who can weigh your In the majority of homes the only a knowlngless Eden clothed in worth?" of vapid conceit, unable to meet book is the Uibie that is good, but God Imposed by men and condi speaks through many writers. The the testa It was the unanamoua vote of all tions. Only six percent or the child- sentiments expressed by Tennyson in present at the musical meeting of the ren, In school, ever reach college and "Crossing tho Har", Lanier In "Into Womans Club that each member give about four percent of these, sooner or the woods my Master went" and one dollar toward furnishing the club later, reach a professional or vocation- Drowning in "Pippa Passes" and room that has been offered them by the al achool. Out schools only tit a man "Prospice" are truly Inspired. In board of trustees In the new school to take on the true education to be ac- other homes there is a great number of building. It is urged that those who quired by years of thoughtful reading, books of every choice binding chosen havo not given this sum to the treasexperience and close observation. Go- without regard to the mewuge sought urer, Mrs. Johnston Price, will do so ing through achool does not imply an or tho use of them. They may be well at once. It ia imKsslb!o to make furSome very woeful cases of bound "Diamond Dicks" for all the ther plans in regard to the furniture education. ignorance are to be found in tho senior owner may care. until the funds are collected. A free library has never yet been classea of our high schools, colleges Miss Slmms of Paris has asked the com and universities. This deficiency must known to pauperize or degrade i iht Womans Club. i(K.II(r.1 con-dect- r. Womans Club for books to go to the School of Iteorm where boys and girls from seven to twenty one will read them with pleacuro and profit. We ask all who will contribute books to this worthy cause to take them to Miss Olive Dean. We ask parents to look up books children havo discarded or out grown and place them where they are needed and wanted. this week, - I, .I,. .. .I, rafi Tt day-tim- one-boo- d d gar-inen- ts Messrs L. II. Ruble and John Scott made a business trip to Shelbyville last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Poor spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Poor's parents at Wilmore. Messrs Tom C. Scott, Will Naylor and Tom Christopher Jr. were in Lexington Sunday evening. Mr. Wm. Proctor, John Proctor and Here And There Io Clubland. family of Mercer spent Sunday with Mrs. J. J. Dickey, chairman of the Mr. Will Scott and family. Committee on IMorm School, has reMrs. Chas. M. Scott and family of cently visited the institution near Lex- Lawrenceburg were guests of Mr. and ington, carefully studying conditions Mrs. J. W. Scott last week. there, Th result of this visit will be Miss Nanuie Mae Ison who has been given later to the clubs. teaching in Pendleton Co. la visitiog her Mr. S. N. Ison. School yards and homo gardens, grand-fathe- r spring planting and clean-u- p days are to be considered by the Outdoor Art PAINT LIUK. 1 We COAL to League when it meets Friday at 3 p. m. at the Public Library in Louisville. Try Dr. W. L. Carman spent Monday in The club women of Lexington are Lexington. fighting oppressive light bill. They Mr. Smith Engleman of Braddock N. realize that light is good, but roust not D. is visiting friends here. be allowed to monopolize all the reMrs. W. F. Parks is in Louisville sources of their puries. purchasing her spring millinery goods. The best Mr. and Mrs. Jones of London have The art department of the Paducah We also Woman'H Club has been studying taken charge of the telephone Exchange LIME, SALT and best Michael Angelo'a life, his paintings and here. writings, and a delightful programme Mr. H. L. Davis of Livingston is the bearing on this, the greatest of artists, guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Judge was given recently. Davis. We buy in PRODUCE JUNK Unsightly billboard advertising is be- in Mr. Robert Ward of Lancaster was Wanted; a load of Dry Bones. Paint Lick last Sunday visiting ing wared against by the Harrodsburg friends. Woman's Club, and well might many Mr. J as. C. Rucker of Lexington other clubs elsewhere wage such a spent Saturday and Sunday with his campaign. home folks. Miss Ethel Estridge has had for her III1KNA VISTA guest Miss Uess McWhorter of Normal school at Richmond. Mr. Will Rogers was in Nicholasville Mr. Robert Ledford of Dorchester Thursday. Va. has returned to his home after a A. T. Scott bought of C. Ruble a visit to his parents. horse for $176. It is not only liehtrnW Miss Stella McWhorter returned home proof but and Mr. Frank Wells of Sardis visited last Saturday from a visit to hi;r sister too. here last week. Mrs. Laban Kirk of Paintsville Ky. CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES A. N. Skinner sold to Judge DrownThe "Old Maids Club" will be given last at long as the building and never need renain. ing a horse for $150. by the school girls here Saturday night. Just the thing for town or country buildings, becausr tKrv Mr. Noel of Lexington was here Quite a success is predicted as the L meet every condition of comfort, beauty and security, Tuesday on business. being trained for the play by pupils as I'X-.. A. Mr. J as. Holloway of Wilmoro was Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris udinission with relatives here last week. 25 and 35c t a. Little Miss Sunbeam Ruble is improvWhile playing at recess in the school ing from an attack of pneumonia. house stable Monday Amos Parkes fell R. D. Woods bought of Norton Fitch from one of the Stalls breaking two For Sale by of Jessamine Ca. a mule for $135. bones in his right arm. Dr. Carman Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Mr. D. S. Lano of Nicholasville is set the bones, and it is hoped Amos will Philadelphia, Pa. visiting his daughter Mrs. T. M. Scott soon be well again. 0 1 For Sale CHEAP For CASH. for lets 15cts in yard and on handle cars. our Rex and " Monarch Goal burners. and line. very handle WHITE SEED OATS. everything car H. B. Northcott. re 4 storm-proof, k fire-pro- ft Street. 9 WELL DESERVED Lr.caster Grdd bclool Honor Roll. I SOME GOOD ADVICE If you have dandruff, get rid of It by killing the germs. If your liair Is falling out, stop it. There Is one sure remedy tl at will remedy these misfortunes nnd nld you to remain voting. PARISIAN Snge, the great hnir is Tht iTaia That Comes Frcrt TuriWi i 3TV Pursley's 6.. Lancaster People. linn known Indian Herbs (Composed of Roots, Ik-rli- n ml Barks, for nil Blood Diseases, Rheumatisrn.Kidney Liver, Stomach,'4Ner-vousncs- s DAKOTA JACK, Cow Hoy. DAYS m 8 Tin- - Mortli Western and male Diseases. FOR Fe- 45 TREATMENT $1.00. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for nil Pn'in, Deafness, Burns. Stings 2octs per Bottle. Sprnins Etc. CREME SOAP. For nil the people nil the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. One kidney remedy merit. Lancaster people rely upon it. That remedy U Dunn's Kidney Tills. Lancaster testimony proves Itrellnble Mrs". J. W. Pumphicy, Danville St., CI Lnnrnsler, Ky, savar "My exiH'riencc with Dn.in'jt Kiilney Tills IratN me to sny tlmt they live tip to the claims innde for them. I sulTereil a Rri'nt ileal from backache and could not sleep well. On m, several occasions my hack became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework. Being ndvls-e- d to nive Doan's Kidney Tills a trial, 1 did so, procuring n supply At Frisblc'a Drut? Store, (now it. K. McRoberts & Son's Store). They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved". "Donn's Kidney Tills nre a freat medicine. They promptly relieved me nnd I K'lmlly con lit in whnt I sntd some years ago recommending them." Tor sale by nil dealers. Trice 50 cts. n Co., BuiTnlo, New York IPS sole agents for the United States. Ueniember the name Donn's nnd is-take no other. '0: i: I Fint Grade Junnlta Dunn Lucille Denilcy, Mnud Davis, Margaret HI liotl, Francis Walker. Second (Jnvle Annn Miller Cornel , Mnirs Swincbroad, Ruth Austin, 1'lizn betlt Hngnn, Tnul Morrow, John William Tinder. Third Terrlll, Slier, (tcorgc Lawsnn, Delia Itici! Hughes. Fourth Grade Ida Murphy, Elisha Oracle-Elizabeth I Hog Cholera 1 REMEDIES. guaranteed topermnrcntly re-- 1 lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All on sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & & G Son, Lowell, Ky. You'll get yours if you place an early order. Every day adds to the already unprecedented demand for Ford cars. In spite of the greatly enlarged production late buyers are almost sure to be disappointed. Get yours today. S525-tou- ring driving a Ford" more thnn New prices runabout car SG00 town cor $800 with nil equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars "Everybody is 200,000 in service. from Ford factory. Fourteenth Streets Motor Company, Michigan and or direct from Detroit R. L. ELKIN, Agent. For Garrard County.- - Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Privileges. Long Return Limit. Foil Stop-OvThree through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. lighted equipment, including Tullman Drawing-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. er Idcc-trically m For details call on any Ticket Ajcnt, Oucen & Crescent Route, or apply to .Main St., Lexicon, Ky. H.C. KINO, Pasicnscr & Ticket Agent, 101 I- And you will Indeed he lucky, O'Neal Broadus, Dnlton Itich. If there's any left on the plate, Grade-El- la May Hagan, When you Ninth nre through with Kentucky. Earl Broadus, Marietta King, Emmett Broadus, Ella Mny Rigsby, Homer AT OUR EXPENSE TRY SOLACE Bland, Florence Johnson. HAMILTON VALLEY. -- Jennie Cox, Sellnt Tenth Grade Money Bnck for any case of Sanders, May Towell, Ora Tra titer, Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai Mr. John Kinnard bought n 3 year Janie Terrill. Eleventh Grade Tatsy Kinnaird, Solace Fails To Remove. old mule of Mr. Itobert Elkin for $190. Mr. Joe Campbell sold his farm this Marie Ballard, Elizubeth Collier. SOLACE REMEDY is n recent medi Twelfth Grad- e- Frank Tinder, Mat-ti- cal discovery of three German Scien week to Mr. John Walker of LancasAdams. Lillie May Sutton. ter. tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals Kentucky Wesleyan College of Win and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Mtss Corn Hoop of Cartersvillc is visiting Hums Clark at Lancaster this chester, Ky., offers a scholarship to take, nnd will not alfect the weakest any member of the senior class desir- stomnch. week. " It is guaranteed under the Turc Food ing to attend that excellent college. Mr. J. II. Hamilton was in Lancasand Drugs Law to be absolutely free L. Riley. J. ter court day and bought a large stock from opiates or harmful drugs of any of dry goods. Educational description Mr. J. II. Hamilton's trade is increas- Annual Meeting Kentucky SOLACE is a pure specific in every ing so that he has to build an adtion to way, nnd has been proven beyond qucs Association To Be Held In Louisville his new store house. tion to be the surest and quickest rem Mr. J. W. Hamilton wasout here last April 30 to May 3d Inclusive. edy for Uric Acid 'IVoubles known to Sunday and seems to be well pleased medical science. (natter how long Treparations are well under way for standing. It r with the prospects of his farming this and removes the d the annual session of the root of the t' jublo (Uric Acid) and yenr as he has about twelve hands clearing land for corn and tobacco ever Kentucky Educational Association, to purifies the be held in Louisville April 30, May 1. 2, day. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek Bnd 3. The officers of the Association are the Sole U. S. Agents and have are: Supt. R. L. McFarland, Owenslioro, thousands of voluntary testimonial letWAR DECLARED Trestdent; T. . W. Vinson. Frankfort, ters which have been received from Secretary, and G. M. Money. Sheiby-vill- grateful people SOLACE has restored CATARRH Germs Mast Be Cooqiered or Treasurer. It is planned to make to health. Testimonial letteis, literit the most important educational meet- ature nnd FREE BOX sent i'xn reHealth Will Be Destroyed. ing ever held ,in the South. The quest. If you have Catarrh you must van- program is filled with shakers outside R. Lee Morris, president of the First quish an army of persistent, destructive the state, ol national reputation. National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote microbes before you can be healthy. More than a score of the foremost the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace You might us well choose your wenp-oneducators of Kentucky nre also on the declare war and destroy this ar- program and it will require three ses- to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for Inch 1 enclose $1. This ren.edy has my of Catarrh germs right now sions each day to curry through the imBooth's I1YOMEI, a pleasant germ portant work before the convention. been used by some friends of mine destroying nir breathed over the entire Iuiisville making rlaltornte here and I must say its action was wonis (Signed) R. L. .Morris. membrnne will kill Catarrh germs. preparations for the entertainment of derful. Tut up in 25c, .Wc and $1. boxes. Booth's IIYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-in- the visitors and the officers of the AsIT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL is guaranteed by IJ. E. McRob- sociation hope that every teacher in the erts to end Catarrh or money back. It state will attend, as the approaching AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY SOLACE. "No Special surely is tine for Coughs, ' Colds and convention is regarded as an important TAKING J UST Croup. If you own a little IIYOMEI step for the educational uplift of Ken- Treatment Schemes or Fees". hard rubber jiocket inhaler get a sepa- tucky. An exceptionally low railroad SOLACE ALONE does the work. rate bottle of IIYOMEI for 50 cents. rate from every point has been made Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO.. If you haven't ap inhaler secure a com- on account of the convention. plete outfit for only ?1. Just breathe Every teacher who can do so should Battle Creek, Mich. it no stomach dosing. attend. They should go to think und ... to work. They should go with the idea And Gossip. of getting something for the boys and Neither does culture consist entire COY girls of theirconnty. They should bring ly In Joining a literary foclctj evoted back home many a thought, and many :o bridge wnist. Atclilfon aiobe. Mrs. Mac Brock is on the sick list. a new idea and greater inspiration. In Mrs. Mollie Fain is improving some. order to encourage the attendance of Intellectual Clerk. Mrs Morgan Sanders is confined to trustees, Mr. John B. McFerren of Visitors seeing the sUhts In PittsLouisville has otTerrd a prize of 150.00 burg entered the conservatory preher room with gripp. Mr. Thomas Tapp is confined to his in gold to the county having the largest sented to tho city by Mr Thlpps They attendance of trustees. He has also came to a beautiful statue which was bed with pneumonia. it was of transoffered a prize of $25.00 in gold for the admired Immensely, Mrs. Mattie Duncan Is at her mothers lucent best essay written by a trustee on "The showing marble. Tho clerk who was bed side who remains very sick. them pointed out the Duties of a Trustee" and a similar prize excellences of around, the statue, told the on the same subject by a county name of tho sculptor and showed It All Gone superintendent or teacher. Also a from every point of view. One asked Stomach e similar prize for the best essay by "Alabaster. Isn't It?" "No," he said. "My! How I Did Suffer Bui Now I'm on the subject "The Qualifications "Venus," Happy All Day Long And Sleep Fine." of a Subdistrict Trustee and tlow to e s forty-secone. s, . Fostvr-Milbur- Carrier. Estcs, Nettle Fifth Grade-Lilli- an Farmer, Stella Henry, Earl Jennings. Sixth Grade Berenice Champ, Mary Davis, Bowman Grant, Clayton Morrow, Carrie Belle Romans. Walker, Seventh Grade -- Merlyn James Silcr, Anne Iteid, Ralph Meadows, Gladys Frisbie, Harvey Estes, Walter Cox, Florence Acton, Ituth We nre marching on to Washington, Carrier, Mildred Heazley. None of us were for Clnrk, Eighth Grade -- Horry Brown, Wil- We'll see our own Woody dear, If wn have to sleep in the pi rk. liam Knvanaugh. Elmore, So hand out the file Woody, love, Charlie move dandruff In two weeks, or R. E. ou your Son will give Meltobcrtx I money hack. PARISIAN Sage stops falling hair- it prevents the hair from fudit g. It is the best bonutlflor for Indies' hair, ns it makes harsh, lustcrlcss hair tlulTy, soft and beautiful. PARISIAN Snge is sold and rigidly guaranteed by It. E, McRoberts & Son 50 cents a bottle. American makers, Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. -- can be cured by the use of , either HALLS or SNODDY'S We have the sale of both. R. E. Tsi McRoberts T mI IaI,i1,i & Son,, enliii islssbssal fg()agkA(aJ B. P. HUDSON, J. S, JOHNSON. Vice Brest. President. OllGASVS.lW r.V.Vj. c&b I I Citizens National Bank OP LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. P.ICNEY, Ass't Cash'r. SURPLUS J. J. Walxkk, Jk., Uook-Kcepe- 40,ooo. W. V. CHAMP, Cashier. Business Solicitor!. J. Prompt Attontion. I S. Johnson, B. P. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Ulbhs THE CITY WALNUT ST. I1KT. FOURTH aft FIFTH When in Louisville Stop at the Hotel Henry Watterson ABSOLUTELY FIRE-PRO- EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY You could not Btop in a mora modem or homclilco hostelry. At tho Henry Wattcreon you'll find tho most exacting Service, excellent Cuisino and fumifihed Rooms nt very modenito price. The Cufc and Itiilfulellcr arcthc "Shouiylacct'' of Louisclo-gant- ly ville. ROOM.'. WITH LAVATORY AND PRIVATE TOILET, $1.50 per day ROOM! WITH BATH 12.00 and J150 per day SAMPLE ROOMS, WITH BATH $150 per day Misery For Reaerratlona Address ony-on- HOTEL HENRY WATTERSON, Louisville, Ky. That's what a women said just a few $100 REWARD Will be paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache, If Shipp't Liniment falls to ihvc Instant relief and the purchase price 1h not refunded. Try It and eee. "UI the most wonderful remedy lor re. llerlnK vain I have ever tiscil."-Ca- it. An iltrson fiery, Lexington. Ky. Quick-Reli- ef Causes Much Disease Advice about Stomach Trouble and howr to relieve them. Don't neglect indiiMicD, for It may lead to all torts of ilia and com plication!. An eminent physician per cent of once said that ninety-livall ills have their origin in a dise ordered stomach. Our experience !?.r;,ne,?slII'ared like .T. llallengcr, Lexington, pent boats aiijttilni; "I used this llulment and tbe pain and maKlc.v-JilU-r Ky. ',3l',.,h.e?n,3r.remed5rt,lat h K'ven me X since lwa iwiralyzed lourye.irs Ho.' -- Mr. Suean Wei born, Newburg. Ind- - "Kor relieving achea and patin thU llnl. I ever aaw." J, n Letton, Lexlnetuu, Iy, "This liniment gave almot Instant relief and baa completely cured me of rneuma. tlm.' -- 8. ttEwalt. Paris. Ky, If It Falls to Relieve Any Pain In Any Part of The Italy In FJftei n Minutes, Ask For Your Money Hack. ' 50c At Ah Drucgiats or Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky. i Expert Coaching. "Shall I mention to your father the fact that I have absolutely no had habits?" said the young man who had "No," replied the proposed. JUBt thoughtful girl. "Of course, I want lilm to think you will be a good At the same time, I'd leave him bus-ban- and promote nutrition. At ividenea of our fuitli in thejri, we sk rou to try them at our risk. If they (to not civs entim tatiafsction, we sill returu the money you paid us without question or formality. Three lin t, 'i5 ctnts, SO cents and S1.0O. Von run buy Ileiall Dyspepsia Tablets In'this eouamunity oulv at our storsi R. E. McROBERTS & SON tlU, Ston Kentucky Lancaster Tht There U a Rtial! Store In neatly erenr tows and city lu tbe Culled btette. Cumuli an! tlreat Britain. Then la s dillexent Heull lUmedy for nearly every ordinary human 111 each especially drelgnnl far the particular 111 fur which It is reeoumiend'si. Tlia Raaall Stora are AmaeUa'e Create Prug Storas with Tlej&ll Dys-peplemls in to Mieva them to be one ol tli inoat dependable remedies known for indigettiuu and Their iiiKredi-eaj- a chronic dysprp'ia. are sootliiic to the inflamed Itich memliranes of the stomach. Id 1'epsin and llismuth, two of the greatest di sea the aids known to medicine, the relief they afford is very prompt. Ued persistently and regularly tor a thort time, they tend to relieve paint caused by stomach disorders. JImiiII DysppIa Tablets help Insure healthy spix:lite, aid digea-tio- n, Tablet months ago. She said more and here it is. "I wish it lay within my power to persuade every woman Butferer from dyspepsia or indigestion (or whatever they may think their stomach trouble is) to give Stomach Tablets one week's fair trial. I am sure that every one of them would thank me from the bottom of her heart." "I am well and happy for the first time in years and I do not hesitate to givo Stornuch Tablets all the credit." Follow this advice. Give Stomach Tablets a week's trial; if they do not benefit It E. & Son will return the cost 50 When Baby Learns to Talk. Time will be given for a round table Some children are very late In talk. discussion of his problems and every Ing, particularly If they are not entrustee in Kentucky will he invited to couraged. They make signs or point come and participate in these discusto the object of their desires, and And It eaBler than learnlnK to talk. This sions. Is puro indolence on their part and Incidentally on the part ot tbe mothPRIZES OF $1,000 IN GOLD. er. Adenoids uro a frequent cause of delayed talking. If a child does not Offered By Tbe Lexington Leader For Best talk at two or two and a balf years of age, deafness or mental deficiency Solutions Of Book Titles In Contest should at least be considered as a possible cause of his backwardness. Game. The LEXINGTON LEADER is about to begin a Hooklovers Contest. It is really more of a game than a contest, as there is no solicitation or canvassing, and anybody living in Kentucky who takes the LEADER may compute. Trizes amounting to $1,000 in gold will be awarded to those who guess the ii greatest number of book titles by pictures. Following is u list of the prizes: $500 in gold. First Trize $100 in gold. Second Trize $ CO in gold. Third Trize $ 50 in gold. Fourth Trize $ 25 in gold. Fifth Frizo $ 25 in gold. Sixth Trize $ 25 in gold. Seventh Trize $ 25 in gt j. Eighth Trize $100 in gold. Ten of $10 each $100 in gold. Twenty of $5 each $1,000 in gold. Total prizes Contests of this character have proven intensely popular in the larger cities all over the country, as guessing the titles of the books is great fun and everybody lias u chance. The contest will run 11 weeks, 77 pictures in all, and the LEADER is muking a special rate ot $1,50 for the Afternoon and Sunday editions till June 1, covering the period of the contest, the examination of the answers and the awarding of the prizes. Send subscriptions direct of the LEX Lexington, Ky INGTON LEADER, without delay, so as to start in with the beginning of the contest. If you want more particulars before subscrib- - j fng drop a postal card to the LEADER, I reprs-sente- Get him". ROOT". IU JONES, Maaagar. CEO. SCltENCK, Aaa't Mgr. Horn, Pattix, Chattanooga, Tenn., awl HoTSt, AssLar (open Mar , 1913), Atlanta, Oav, under same management and owneranlp. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol nicrobes In Your Scalp Authorities say that a microbe causes baldness. If you are losing balr try our remedy at our risk. rrofraaor Unna, of Germany, and Dr. tiatxmraud, tha great Frsach claim that a miDermatotoiiiat, cron rauaAa tialdneaa. and thels theory baa brea vrrifml by eminent dentiata. This microtia deatroys the hair follicles, in time cauainc tha ealp porra to eloaa and tha scalp to become, shiny. Then. It is believad nothing will revive tha growth. If treated befor this occurs, baldnsss aiay bu overcome. We know ot nothing that has given such univeraal aatiafaetion in trratinc tha acali) and hair as Heiall "03" liair Tonio. It has been designed after long study to overcome tha rauee of falling hair as dlacovereil by Prof. Unna, Dr. Habouraud and other acalp and hair specialiata, and we believe it will do more than anything elae ran to remove dandruff and stop falling hair; and if any human agency cau promote a new growth o' hair it will do that, too. We want you to make us prove it. We will pay for n month's treatment ef Retail "93" Hair Tonio uacd during a trial, if you will uae It according to directions, and are not v hen we will thoroughly eellatiol. do this, you surely should not heal tats $50,000. Surplus$30,000. cents. MJCIU.Vr",. A. K. DENNY, President J. E, STORMES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. T. EMIiltV, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlLt., Book-Keene- r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. nome hopes of finding you good Mrs. Wesley Simpson is seriously ill at her home here. Mrs. Forest Stapp was a visitor in Lexington last week. Mrs. Jennie Ilroadus visited friends in Richmond last week. Forest Curtis bought of A. C. Miles one three year old gelding for 1110. Mrs. Nora Teater is visiting her sis ter Mrs. Forest Curtis at Mt. Hebron. Miss Muymo Dickerson of Richmond was the guest of her sister, Mrs. George Hay. Mrs. Ed Arnold was called last week to the of her mttther Mrs. bed-side BUSINESS. Stormes, D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. The Leonard L. B. Shouse, Pres. MAIN STREET. i Hotel Go.' Will Beasley, Mgr. KENTUCKY. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. Farris Agee. Making, burning and sowing tobacco beds was stopped last week by the rainy weather. Mr. Cecil Broadus left Monday for Louisville where he will purchase a lino of new spring goods. Miss Agnes Miles will leave this week for Luwrenceburg where she will visit her cousin Miss Helen Itipy. Wo are glad to know that Mesdames Hiram Hay and A. C. Miles are out again after very severe attacts of i to at lesat try it. Start the treatment today. Your mere request will get your money back if you waut it. 1 wo sisea: 60o aud $1.00. You tan buy Ileiall "03" Hair Tool to this community only at our storsi LEXINGTON, - - In the heart of tho shopping district. R. E. McROBERTS Lancaster Th & SON"' Kentucky Jfcjtttt JYw Best Equipped Cafe in the City. entering to Ladies and Gentlemen. Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunduy) from 11:30 n. in. to 2:30 p. in. Tbere Is a TleaaU Store la uaily every town and city la Ike United bUUi, Caseda ao4 Great fjrltala. TUere la a different llaaall Remedy fur every ordinary kuman 111 each eipeclallr drained for the particular HI fur wUcb It la recommended. Tba Raaall Otena are AmatWe Ceaatae Prug Store " Alu carte Served Dully from 0. u. m. to 12 Midnight. 4jRi V rJ ?i&?S&i fk&i tfiQ'V How One County Is Solving the Sub-distri- ct ' l db Thn JfBfiify l.lfti is tfvir Trustee Problem Ih Paatr! Over Pijiffenlial Veto. On to Wftilifruftori Is he cry,' ' If any Job's left over, neJIif? the bfihesti of thlr the members of the National Dont forget ub; lay It by, Lend us to the clover. MRreM iirmisI the famous "Webb II" er III veto of president, there Till eon-taen- ' He irfr u-- e ft mote- in thin old win Id Iwlnw. hnvu to piiy f(r nil yn.i got. or do, or liii.e or know You Imve lopuy for sickness, you linvc to niy for liunlth, You hnvu to pay for poverty, for idleness, for wealth, You linvc to pny for everything, there is no chnnce to shirk, You hove to pny for laziness, you have to ,iny for work liii-lnc- hs sriclly Yu s .4 Tho wodk nr tin' !txtiK Nlnt in cndi iiihI ovor.r rnrnl n h.i n nnr tnte r . s'immk. iIii iMiirlily Inn the hiiIh1IIi'i I mnn I ufn tfi I'ulin'cri-ii- l trrythllMt ""'H. I'Ml If i inliIn in Ii .M lln- olflrn ttw mIi , ni If In IhiiI ulinpi' kihhI tiiisli-i- linllillni:, m ohi i t(Mi'tir nml Kiinii' m llii. ifrt of Hip piiltHf A triinti-in(iif h IihiII.v - l ImlMiiii:, n m.hhihI ur third rate twuticr nml n iHtk of liy tho noklitjorlioinl. lrn-.li". Int.-nir f kInk-ren- t votes ffr it in the1 tower than the neressar) two third The Cause Of Rheumatism. " Monthly Report of Trustee's Visit To Save Life First and property nf erwnrds is the lire- tnnn's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made h nucleus and penniless. Older a lire insurance policy from us today. Kvcry dny's delay means tha risk of seeing your family without a home or the menus of getting one. rvofHtl Namlr 8oy ZO-fi NlthoUl CoilMr. K... lCjj3. I 1 Prtwnl 5 mooth But Why Pay More For The Same Goods 11 r..r.i ...... Afltrnwn X ', NumLi.Girit Njmbti lliru . Than you Need Pay rrn.nt ..., Jtrti . 1unn montn t) , NumKi lu.ii ur4t Jun Mw Tratnti O Wti . Ccmjltmn elillli-t- of Mhootroom ! rViL ni tni tMji Wrr Becker, HRYANTSVII.LE. Ballard CASH STORE. I tna Co. tidt'MV D"i cMIJrw utrch to no (ran mwi'fW tw jt 6tor aim eilltl Id ttrorjmr Do ir- smtnm' JJ'' nytminp r,"f .rtrritti' ',url,, ruuii lti9 ib tMldrrti .und rrcittt tl e veto. The passage of this measure may be c t sidered n Rlganlie victory for the rrperance forces of the country. 1 hey have made n stret.unus fight for tin passage of this measure, firstinthc shape of the Shepperd-Kcnyo- n bill, and w I en because of some parliamentary quibble, that measure was sidetracked at (1 the Webb bill substituted, they lI President 1 f I e,tit misclBl to eonfrBti rentrm. the m, giving his rrnmtp thnt in lii niti it vns unconf lituiirnal, nrl t it cut down the revenue of th untiy materially without providing any means for suppljir.p; the dsficit thus ereatod. However, first the Semnte . i tl then the Houe failed to coincide w ith the president in hH views, hence jorlly. nr. Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de- nf ranrl ki.l"pvp b'p lht mHm. Cot vnur iirnrl-- , ''ver. kM rn'V" nhd hnwfts In henlthv cnrdllinn ny taking r.iocinc Hitters, aril you will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. Charles B Alleo, a ichool prhcipal, of Sylvania, Ga who suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver nnd atomnch trouble and disensed kidneys, writes: "All remedies failed until I used Klectric Hitters, hut four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Maybe pains come from vour rheumatism stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Electric Hitters will give you prompt relief. GOc and $1.00. Recommended by R. E. Mcltoberts & Son. .n rl-r- j Write Shorthand J Danville Business SgIiooI. Danville, Kentucky. The accomplishments of the Danvillo Woman's Club as chronicled in a disThe people who are righting tho liquor patch from thnt city, published in SatHi irtni ntlu r rifhri u ptrrnn lurin tli itionlnr.FtrtMi dgrtrf et. n.oMh' f -. tn lllc in tills country are in deadly ear- urday's Courier Journal, are worthy of nest, nnd it is hardly probable that they State-widWe Are Sale Agents For: Did row ritmtrt ib irith.r'i rteord attention. Heitrdt tl tcrinnlhout. prnprf). iifrtri' 0 FRED P. FRISBIE. will be content with their recent victory, As summed up by the correspondent, I s but will be emboldened by their Olllco Citizens National Hank. hu lb trhool t !4crnn. imprnr.rritM lrtiru. if at flow ffian) mretinp dunng thttnnlht HM ( "the town has been made a better place Columbus Wilsons. Deerintf Hinders nuti Mowers, Corn King to such on extent that they will In which to live, from a point of health-- , th. Lrtru. nnuffhi tunn ih. month I Kttt Manure Spreaders, Vulcan I'lawers, Brown Manly Cultivaoffi r more drastic legislation then ever fulness, higher moral tone and general before, and the time is probably not rood appearance". The Woman's Club, ttncyiturti tors and American Wire Fence. ! Uitrt in ifiiuurtiori very fnr distant when the "morning1!-morningit is related in some detail, has transtirnukt .. ... ,i will have to be either takei formed the courthouse yard from a barover the bar, if surh a thing may be ren wnste to a thing of beauty; it has J M SXAIN. Mgr. found, or dispel sed with altogether. looked after the improvement and i maintenance of the city park; it has Growing In Enlightenment. fiminated advertising signs from the Only Fire Proof Hold In Central Kentucky ?-Thn t ,, Sjt Diilncl N cnlfi thn I m.t tint4 mt Sclimi OmUon It hah not been a decade since tht :c!es of buildings; it has made a people of this county were not parti ' caripaign for cleaner streets; noun tnd find kAooi .1 tbo.t trttrd Better Than The Host. No Higher cular as to what kind of seed they used it has established a modern hospital in planting their crops In the matte-o- "where the ill of the community may Than The Rest. seed corn, the same corn from which be properly cared for.at nominal prices" : This rrpnri muft traUrd ti rh. CAgttt &uphntndtnt 1this tbrrf dri tfur tu of run Distilled, Filtered Drinking Wotcr. they "shelled a turn" to take to mil it has secured the adoption of ordinanwas deemed good enough for seed corn, ces beneficial to Ihe public welfare: it LKXINGTON. KENTUCKY C7JII7Y B 1.VHD CTIT'vC?. Compounded nccordinr to thn Original ft Exand nearly every farmer planted hi days and las obstrved special clean-uclusive Formulas fc Recipes ot Cimrllo Whlto-Moo7o, tuo County Bourl of Kfluontlon, of ;;1o'o1qs County. crop from the preceding jears J ield on as done effective work for bettersnni- V-nontvly roports The Cow-boUorbaliat, for tho treatment Aontuo'i, agreo to oxanino otirufully the same farm. Also nearly even ition. Cub- - Diatrlet Truatce of onc of human nilmonts. Endorsed in tho IJiblo. oont in by Tlotrlot, ani Assuredly this is a record that n.er farmer allowed several of tha healthThousandn of Testimonials. COM-CHto asatat tvon In any v:ay poaaiblo to put SAll, tho iest stalk of tobacco to "go to seed", its the highest commendation. To make on a n basin. T10 also &creo to pay teaoCroat Hody-TontSCIENCE SOI'E, for tho CHARLIE WilllE-MOOvouro,, for and from this they saved their seci' i town "a better place in which to live" Truatce 5 cento an vour, not to oxooofl Skin Only. Auk your druggist, or writo once n raontv, for a torn of six Tit 0Wj HttWIot official for the following year. the eeeo is an achievement of no small imporCounty Board unl'ooa tern la czteivtol loncor. OffiS LAfOft or CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N wheat was selected from the best tance. If every town in the Commonmm ewt tunuii ncui Truatoo itco for norjloot of tuty, nnlesa yielding acre, the only provision being wealth had a woman's club as conoffice vacunt anil appoint lecally pro(ento.l, declaro Louisville, Kentucky cji ett u & sciMtr son 3731 Vest Broadway thnt it should be clean, plump md free stantly "on the job" as has been Danmother. from cheat, smut, & c. ville's Civic League, Kentucky would EiCneil Nowadays all these things are chang be a better and healthier State in which ed; in the matter of seed corn even the to live and the gain for general comSUB rRUSTS2 C OK TRACT. heretofore most indifferent farmer fort would be inestimable. Courier T?o, t-Truatooa of Ho. fub Biv. has become a very discriminating Journal Ed. nn.t sworn into off ice, "etc tinvine been dujy Fields seeds at wholesale prices our do.ool at aeroo to once a month not lose chooser as to his seed corn, and so one our for our direct to the consumer. I have a Best Known Cough Remedy. eager are they for good seed that they I ngreo to oxanlno carofully according to printed of inotructions and fall line of chore lield seeds and go a great distance nnd pay a fancj For forty-thre- e years Dr. King's by questions furtlavol County Superintendent and to price in order to ob'ain it. Tobacce New can save you money on your WinDiscovery has been known writo a corroot report and mail t-- oano to County seed, seed wheat and other farm pro- - throughout Suporlntonlont witvin dayB ter and Spring supply. the world as the most TiFor duets Cfune in for the same amount oi llable tMa enc nont ,1 an to recoivo 25 conta renudy Ovr thue mil Write me fo price lust and snmnnd the farmer winvour not to excoel Incrimination, rut oura for' any nontvly .ion bottles were Used last eai. Isn't Old Way and pies. as Twice has raised a crop that will bear n good this proof? It will get rid of your Sifjnort test as to its germinating qualities, is cough, or we will refund vour money. Easy. Twice e be nile to indeed lucky, for he will J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes Tlio nliurp rimtrni-ami reports tell thi-l- own story In Mrlmlns rotinty a of his entire holding at a fanc the way hundreds of others have done: niiiiili-Intor-estiiiutoinatK-iillof uninterested iruslcs Imve ilropiioil ami irice for seeding purposes. I ini'ii int In tliolr lilsiccs. affairs goes to shov "After twenty ,vear, fird 'lint Dr This stale-oKing's New Discovery is the best why nr.sv with tiikm kvi:i:ywih:iiu in elTurta of the state Agriculthat ihe remedy for coughs nnd colds that I tural Department is meeting with suchave ever used" For coughs 6r colda Kentucky. cess in their efforts to raise the rtand- Garrarn und all throat and lung troubles, it has trd of farming in Kentucky. county has made rapid progress along no equal. 50c and $1.00 at R. E. M' cltoberts & Son. these lines, and from doing as they years ago. choosing their did n few I'l.'KUIIIKKSVILLh. they are It docs seem odd that moro farmers nud tuelr sons have not done seed farm seeds indiscriminately, testing In the years that have passed nnd saved themelvs any amount of now not only prepared to supply their worry and bother and loss of time and money. Last season a number of the fellow countymen with the most highly Miss Nora Smith has been sick with liny In the elnlix used tdiclled seed corn thnt was boujsht or furnished them approved seeds of standard variety s, u deep cold but is better. and learned to their sorrow that It was jioor seed. Their stand of corn was but they are the recipients of requests 0 llallard S. Thompson bought miserable, and at the very outset of the contest their chances for a prize was from people all over the state for seeds, lb hogs from Mr. IJroyles, of Pulaski at gone. is the Why the Electric and the result is that every year the Many of the hoys In tho boys' corn clubs have learned their lesson nnd OJc. made Most Effective Fence-Joifarmer exerts more and more energy are busy these winter days. Some of them are ir!zo winners of other Mr. Fount Ulankenship, of near others are the fellows that have shut their teeth h.ird and are Kotns to toward heightening the quality of his Electrically welding joints eliminates the fence. Electricity is tho only medium try again. Iloth kinds are going to test their corn so that there will bo uo roj). and the result is proving highly Walnut Flat, was a visitor with home-folinnumerable exposed wire enda, and which truly amalgamates metals makes satisfactory. Sunday. chance of n stand that will have to be replanted. docs away with sharply nnd tightly two wires one. As we use it, tho galThe hoys are using old boxes that can tio cut down to the required blze or Counly Court Days. Rev. A. C. Ituird filled his pulpit Sunbending one wire against another, which vanising is piled around the joints, prothey are making boxes from any old lumber that Is lying about the furm to day at Ileech Grove church. There fabric with absolutely The Electric ducing a one-piecracks the galvanizing. Richmond. 1st. Monday. use for their testing hoses. Nothing line or especially good looking Is ueces-sarwere two additions. Weld makes every ounce of wire count dependable joints. Electrically Welded I'aris, 1st. Monday. Just a shallow box about 10 by 15 Inches Is all that Is needed to test patented ' are used only in for strength and durability no wasted fence-joinfrom 100 to 150 ears of com. These boxes can be made and the corn tested Frankfort. 1st Monday. Little Ida Paxton. the handsome now, while there Is no danger of Its getting In the way of any of the spring wire, no useless weight dragging down "Pittsburgh Perfect." Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. yuui g daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W E. rush work. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. .1 Jordou is quite sick. M.J In I). Ifrr.nl Stjlrt for FIELD, TABM, RANCH. LAWN, The nails which are driven Into the edge of the box are an Inch apart, so Stanford. 2nd.Moi day. ciiickcn. poultry onj itAtiMT vap.d .nj garden that xtrlng may be drawn across from both directions Kach square Inch Mrs. Onu Naylor has returned home Monday. Shelbyville. 2nd. Ailc your dealer for "Pittsbu'Rh Perfect" nml Insist on his furnishing It. Do not allow him to persuade from n pleasant visit to her daughter, Carlisle. 2nd. Monday. direct. you that b' me other fence ii iust as good. If lie doem't tell it, write ui Mrs. John Bell, at Corbin. Danville, 3rd. Monday. "PilUUtrgll llranJt of niLrl Wiri II yu aro intrrritn! In Wire Onrlnf, writ Luwrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. llrlchl. Ann..lrtl & Gtlvanif til Wlrrt Tvrillnl Mr. Emmett Ilendron and daughter, for FREE copy of our ALMANAC. 191- 3CtliU Wlfai Hard Spuni Ct,il W.rt, KnNicholosville, 3rd. Monday. Miss Lena, of near Stanford, were Sl.nl.ii Poultry N.llim Slnll Mctnl.r Wiia Mr. J Ntiltl .l.nilii Wir Null I visiting Mrs. Duvall and family SunMt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Uctodnx Ntittl SlmU Loop lUUTittl ' day. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. I'tiftct" Frruinf. All m.Jt of Opto Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, lUaith maUrUL Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. Messrs. Gene Duvall and Woodson LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Carpenter have returned to Greensburg, Winchester, 4th. Monday. Ind., where they will be employed this sBHarR Monticello. 4th. Monday. Summer. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Mr. I'. B. Thompson sold a four year old mure to Mr. Robert Cox, of Garrard Official Directory Of Garrard County. for i!05, he bought u bunch of 100 lb. I licult JuctKe llou. Clirl.V Hardin. Kininei fur- shoats from Andy Davis at 7Jc. lominoiiwellli Alioruc-Ho- a. )eur. E. C. Million, President. E. Deatheragc, Treas Miss Ida Iloltzclaw, the popular and Dr. C. II. V aught. Secty. T. J. Curtis, Vice President. B. Uou. I'lrcultt'lerk-Wlltlo- ni sritouTUD si:i:i) coun etlicient saleslady in the store of W. II.Hruun. laU-- Coinuilmloiii-V. ltoWiim. was Severance nnd Son' Stanford, outlined by the strings Is enough space In which to plant six grains of corn, Truti-- Jury Mln Sue visitingher sister, Mrs. D. M. Anderson, ml that Is enough to determine whether an ear of corn will do for seed or not. ottlcUl Court Hoiiosrui'lwr Maiou. Sunday. In selecting the grains from each ear of com that Is to be tested remember l Ford. I'outit) (hat a grain should be taken from each of the different parts of the ear. This Count) JuihjeA. J K. Itut)lnou. The B. Y. P. U. is now getting along Attorney KENTUCKY. RICHMOND. Incorporated. ef course means running from butt to tip and around the entire circumfer- county Clerk I. W. Hamilton. nicely. A large crowd present Sunday grains selected from tho ear are placed In tho moist earth Unruly clerk-Ma- rry ence. As the six Tumllmou. evening and a very interesting Near L. & A. Depot. Capital or sand,, mark the square and the ear with the same number so you will Coroner J , A June. was rendered. Mr. Howard r(i T. llallard. kuow which ears to keep and which to discard. DIRECTORS- - K. C. Million.' T. J. Curtis. J. M. lladen. Murion Coy. Dr. C. II. Vnught. T. J. Smith. A. Uobliuon. IIotzclaw has been elected to the office When your testing box looks as far advanced as the one In the photo It t MM Jeunle Hlf of Secretary. ot School will be an easy matter for you to decide which ears to keep for seed, if sx Sui'trluu-udauOur new steel warehouse is ready. The best lighted nnd equipped warehouse in Kentucky. Kir. strong, healthy plants couio from the six grains planted you have u erfoct .Unj.ior W. H. Carrier. Augustus Hurtles, Jr. young son of Capacity IIOO.OOO pounds daily, stuble room for 200 liorses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco. ear of seed com. If four have como It Is questionable. Less than four meuus Dluty K. II. Uay. of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Hurtles, of only half a stand at planting time, and the ear must be discarded, Jailer Jack Adam. No danger of damage. Financial responsibly Griflln Station, died Friday morning Tho boys who are members of the boys' corn clubs of Kentucky have sui'crvuur id lloadt llouruv. after u long Illness of typhoid fever. and their big brothers who thought they knew everything made their fathers Irraturer II, t He had apparently been convalescent hbout corn growing sit up and take notice. There Is still a chance to teach M.WlISTItATKS. for some time, when he suffered a them the value or the corn tester, so let each and every corn club boy test hla j I' II our in. DUt. IK TlIU HOYS WHO (Slti:V ONU HL'NDItUD relapse and succumbed to the disease teed corn this spring. i, Kan Won vml Dl. t. Ucst experienced tobacco men to nbviso you about tobacco. Full competition of the buviiui trade pays Dial. Ilarrluiu i. a Tin: acih: very quickly, he wus a good, quite nimiiKi.s Ttinu suud Jaiuea Coldlion ,4th, UUI. COItN. HOW AHOUT YOU? HOUSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. boy and liked by all, what, a pity that COl'STY lUAltU OF JlPUCATlON. there are not more boys like ho was. Telephone us GO wc are glad to have you use our phone. Stalls for Tobacco insured FREE. Crunk) llioaddu. I.t. UUt. The young man was just 15 having Best For Skin Diseases, I'M It. I) 'Jl passed his birthday in February. May your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to us where you have O J. Ileiidr.-ii- . 3rd. DIX. lie rest in peace. Nearly eveiy skin disease yields TUouiai i. Klutf, Ith. DM. plenty of room mid individual attention to each basket, where you can better control sale as to time CITY OF LANOAhtUtt. quickly und permanently to Ilucklen's Are You Constipated? Mayor II. T. lJau. and price. Electric prizing power. Arnica Salve, and nothing is better Just the mild, elnirlo waah, I ho well City JuUice K4 W. Harris. known If so, get a box of Dr. King's New burns or bruises, t'oothes and and Hie I'.O.D.Is t'iekcrltloii for i:czmo. City Alloruay-- H. ll.Tomlluaou. for We are getting prices that please the farmer. We expect to continue to get just as much llcli von. A trial Mill prove It. Life Pills, take them regulary und Cli) CUik II. K. Ilerudou. heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., Ye liavn sold oilier remedies for skin City Aooatbr-Jo- hu M. Mouut. for your tobacco ns could be gotten in uny tnurkct in the county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYyour troublo will quickly disappear. none that we cuuhl guaran- City riivs. after suffering twelve veurs with troulilo hut ran the P.UU I firmly, If Trua.uut 1. A. Thouiiw. tee They will stimulate the liver, improve 'skin ailments and spending $100 in doc the ns noreRiilur stxe J 1.00 hotlU iluva Clilci TelUo-- b. llwrrou. first BODY. your digestion und get rid of all the Arnica Salve not do exucily as wu nay, It will not tor's bills, Ilucklen's OOU.NOH.llbN. eot you a cent poisons from your system. They wil cured him. It will help )'u- - Only 25c II. 0. Ilawlltbil. rarkerlirt'Kory. surely get vou well uguiu 25c at R. II. F. Walter, W, M. Zauuuo. Itecommended by It, K. Mcltoberts & Wm. Ilcradou. E. Mcltoberts & Son. a. 8, Crcenliaf. It. E. Mcltoberts & Son. ihy ht.t tinfini ti tht Biblt rtAtf KENTUCKY. nomine .irrrmt f"1" fitrnmit fcA lit nn m!ti mkU (w result. pass that measure thcirenergiesupon annltcmpt with the above Making The Town Better. t'c sue-cer- Phoenix Hotel j4 Roots GOD'S MEDICINES i , fcfes L Hu-mn- rue-.isf- ul I e x c. Mrs. SHORTHAND BY MACHINE Seeds Bmli Nelson, Field o to t'-o- lr 3 Mror rub-'iatr- lot f-ro- teir to viait nont. a'-a- ll to to Tv-- Sub-Diatr- ict o wite tan visit District oloto.t least official visit. THE STENOTYPE as fast as the to list o'ficiul visit troo after salt visit. te visit. r dis-nos- W. t r ln-c- See J man. nt;i:t f riu: statu? 'Lexington, The Boys' Corn Club Boys Are Getting Busy Testing Their Seed Corn 'Plttshmrgh Perfect" Fsace Weld nt 100-10- sea-nou- kt ce ts pval cvery roa fllini"rtrsor1 - ll I'ltli-Uirj- li Pittaburgh Steel Co. - ViiuU-Ile- n). Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. $33,000.00 Slii-lb- Telephone 66. m 3UerllT-Ueo- A:or Guarantee Sales Every Day. llu-l.o- to think it to ti:st Jr-I- Skin On Fire? Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. .Son. A sunn By JAft, A. BOQCRTON. Ill I J inauguration! ticipate EVIDENTIAL hare ffxcpri. hadnp: They an In n re The Best Suit That $25. Can Buy If your limit in a Spring Suit is $25.00 we are prepared to give you the best value at that price that you have ever seen. I I are S I I I 0 eventa, especial- ly to tho man In- nugurated. They nro a I no Interest- Inn to sercrnl Interesting ing four successive campaign they tmvo fought, bled nnd died for their country, only to hnvo tho victorious Republican piny tho star part In tho Inauguration parade. Will our Democratic friend permit this proud opportunity lo slip now thnt It hn come their way J Not n ellp. A the Kentucky colonel roinnrked to the Georgia Judgo: "It I n long time lietwren Democratic Inauguration. Let u don our glnd habiliment and go thereto." All the faithful Mill Iw there, either In body or spirit. Not only no, but the good will of tho whole people, regardless of pnrty, will nttend the event No miitler who elected blm, the chief tlgtirp In the affair Is to le president of nil of u. Ho Is our foremost representative ami mouthpiece durlug four j ears. Wo tusy not ngreo with all hi views, hut we are fur hltn nevertheless. He tuny want tho tariff scrambled, while we like It bald Iwtled, but the things shall not mar our good feeling. If we do not approve his brand of government wo will have chancu to whack It In four year. In tho meantime let us inaugurate him blaro of In tho good old woy-w- lth band nnd much shouting. There will Ih no liinugurn! 111. much to the disgust of various people who vtnnted to dunce, tho turkey trot the bunny hug and other ragtime glide nnd wlgules, also to the dealer lu white drei gloves and those who expected to sell tickets, but much to the sntNfactlon of the euslou olllce, Pncle Sam and the people generally. The proosed reerptlou at tho capltol building was also called off, since It would have entailed eicnse and would have kept I lie new president shaking hand most of tho night. In place of theso nffalrs there will bo varlou private function, one at the New promising to tho most elaborate. If (cop!o want to dnnce they will have the op!ortunlty. provided tbey can get an Invitation. Plsnty of Rtd Fir. If they do not desire to dance they enn repntr to the ellipse south of the While House nnd wntcb the firework. These will break nil records. They will open by firing the national salute of 101 truns. Picture of Wilson and Marshall and an liuuieuse American flag will tw wrought In tire. There will be thousands of colored lights, batteries, candles and bombs. 100 aeroplanes and of geysers, balloons and hundred mines, flashes, turbllllou Hid neroilte. Ited Arc will l burned ill along Pennsylvania avenue. Tho Inauguration Itself will follow tho due nnd ancient form. At about 10 o'clock the president elect will visit tbo White lloue. where be will be Introduced to the committee of senators by tho president. In another half hour the party will enter carriage and be driven to the capltol. Mr. Tnft occulting the right hand seat In the front vehicle nnd Mr. Wilson silting at his left The president will repair to the room reserved for hltn In the capltol to sign hllN, while the president e president's room. elect goes to the In tho senate chamber tbe sergeant-sarms will push kick tho hands of the clock once or twice. Then tbe presidential party will enter; also the supreme court diplomatic corps and other high dignitaries. The vice president will lie sworn In, deliver a brief ad dress and give the oath to the new sen ntors. The pnxvsslou will move lo the temporary stand on the east por tico, Chief Justice White will swear Id the new president, the guns will boom the presidential salute, and tbe Inau gural address will l delhered to as many of the throng a can hear. Thea the procession will return to the White House, President Wilson now iinu the right baud and Tsft on the left. The lung parade will be. re viewed from the While Mouse aland. the multitude will bo received, and a new ndinlnlstrnttou will bare begun. All this being nl tended to In due ami ancient form, there I but one question remaining: How would you like to be Woodrow Wilson? Wll-lard 1 opportunity to like festival of Joy. rwty ym parDur- j CARDS.! Auctioneer. Prices ;i51-- Keekers, their caso a cor-- I poignancy tnlu I whet tho feel ing, not unmura with apprehension. As for tbe people thronging Washington dur ing this quadren nlal they are divided Into two c lames, bjf CllneiliniU We have, local merchant! In cuter JUSTICE WHITE find hotel keep ers who eaten dollars, and tho bol pollot who catch colds. Nevertheless It la a great day. The hands piny "Hall to the Chief:" the ml It In of the various states proudly fc1 pound tho pavements; tho governors ft nnd their staffs coiuo forth to daulo the eye; the Hlltlonl clubs keep time to a nccrct refrain In tho heart of each member Hint sound suspiciously Itko 6 "want n Job. tvnnt a Job;" tho city Is brnvo with tings and bunting; the pre Idetit elect struggles to his feet and struggles to kee() hi feet ni he bows to the plaudits of the multitude while tits carriage pusses by. lie deliver ati Inaugural uddrcm Hint Is already In typo In nearly nil the newspaper of flees In the country, ho reviews mile of pnrmle nnd shakes thousands of hands. Is the camions boom tbe salute, and all goes merry as n marriage bell. This you to We Is especially true of the coin tbnt tin models kles Into tho tills of tho various hotel stores, thirst parlors and tho like. For Look pure-wo- ol rent merriment that sound has tbe av ernge tnarringo bell sounding like a KUM f SfcM tw to n. it. frrr dirge. lUn if Wu tmuM. NoJXM-T- ha WlD'ton' Is lit remsrkslile Spoking of the Weather. nit N'o. "W he and for the value ittven Our Inaugural ceremonies may be nuln. a plain (or the prlcf. It Ik tailored icsruient of ' for its style "iisp." likened to tho tnv of liberty bursting almoit tetrre lin'llc two It l a lmple but clevInto flower. Sonii flowery whntl The ltr. Note the er mollification of the of In fit. the Jac- popular only trouble Is Mi tt the blossom Is usu ftace'nl outline the Can you get ft. the rigid teerltv ally covered lj tho snow which our mooth tune, and cfthe tailoring beliiK the general rffrcti of relleied hy a deft optimistic n:d promising woollier de band moulded, touch at the cnrTs, and to give you of partment li mis out each Inauguration made to sud by small svlf colmea.nre eiactiiff. ored bnttona effectivedoy. Professor Willie L. Mooro prom Thla ult la a triumph ly Vlaced, Themator-lat- a of tailoring The ina Ises asKorted sunshine nnd bnlmy skies are . . Price 123. terlalaare . Prlctlii and rails on all tho universe and the signal servlro to witness his good In tcutlons. This prophecy having been duly made, telegraphed to the end of tho land and published In the pipers, tho weather proceed to perform, Incl dentally making nn assorted variety of monkeys out of tho said Willis I i mirvin vi. tu" ...vr ft muunutn rti tlon day It miows. This I followed by onii, sleet, rain, wind, Musli, microbes. jjj I Influenza, grip, coryzn. cold feet, blue EL I lips, red noses, profanity, Inebriety, doctors' bllU, crape, undertakers and a (Foots frenzied agitation to change the Inau juration date which comes to nothing. It Is said by ome of Washington's oldest Inhabitant that thero haro been nice Inauguration days. There Is eveD be able to fool him into granting rec- Shepherd of the Hills" and was the Of Interest To us Not U. S. ono myth to tbe effect tbnt tbcro was tangular or parallelopipeds on deals. guest of Miss i mild end sunshiny 4tb of March "A little nonsense now and then is He is willing to look at the wires over- while here. Anne Davis McRoberts Possibly that was at one of tbe Inau relished by the best of men". If you head until he guratlons of Grovcr Cleveland. You understands all about the i Mrs. Margaret Lynn who has been want to see a one act laughing farce, "under hand" wires. rnn't prove It by me. So far as my quite sick at the home of her son Mr. attend the Council meeting. At the knowledge and belief go, luanguratlon Mrs That we may do no one an injustice, Jno Lvnn, is reported better. next meeting an official fly swatter will day weather In Washington usually is Garrard Circuit Court bud. be appointed, a duke of the dump pile it is proper to state here that Mr. II. Lynn's daughter Mrs Jno Mount spent will be voted upon and tbe ordinance C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory and Wes a few days with her. Reuben L. Stinnett, Administrator, et 'iure nave been various measure not allowing any one to climb the Zanone have always voted together on al, Plaintiffs, Introduced lu congress to chauge Inau Robert II. Coffey, who has been holdguratlon doy to tbe end of April. Tbev water tower, will be amended, allowing all question and issues brought up in ing down a good position at Lawrence-burg- , VS. hnve ranged all the nay from simple thejmilitant.sutrragette to climb it. The the council of interest to the people is spending a few days with tho Reuben L; Stinnett's Heirs, et al, De- -' boarding house of the headless Lorse and have stood solidly upon the plat- homefolks before going to Pittsburg, fendants. bills and resolutions to constitutional Whatever their form, will be inspected, as some fear he is form on which they were elected. Pursuant to a judgment rendered amendment. I Pa. to accept a better position. herein at the Maich Term, 1913, the they have all traveled throuch the val drinking water that is not filtered. Mr. This paper id not run in the interest ' Miss Jennie Warren who has recently undersigned Commissioner will sell at Icy of the khiidow of the plseonhole Alex Walker will be allowed 25 cents returned from a visit to Knoxvllle and public auction before the Court House Kverybody ndmlts that the chnnce for cinders without taking it to the of any boss or ring of bosses. We are not dominated by any ill. We Atlanta will leave in a few days for Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock should be made, lint thnt does not help Supreme court as was first thought of, A. M. or thereabouts, on the efforts to chnnce It People who they will try and run in a telephone wear no mans collar. We are running Columbus, Ohio where she will visit participate In Inuugiiral parades or look MONDAY, MARCH 1913. ou die and are burled In consequence, franchise by way of satisfying the this paper in tne interest of our town her sister Miss Margaret Warren. being the first day of the Garrard but tho deadly date goes on. President ladies about the Park. After such and county and will ever try to serve Mrs. II. R. Saufley and two sons, it County Court Term, the real estate weighty problems as these, have been the people in looking after their inter Rowan Jr. and George, have returned mentioned in the pleodings and de- Klect Wilson proposed that he be sworn In on March 4, but that tbe public celegiven thoughtful, careful and prayer- ests. When occasion arises for us to from El Paso, Texas. While there they scribed as follows, Being in Garrard County, Ky., and a bration be left till later. Everybody ful consideration, it may dawn upon name the lowly instrument of the crave were the guests of her sister Mrs. Reid Mid It was n fine proposal nnd them that the health of the community digger, we shall call it a spade and if and father Mr. Geo. Engleman. Mr. part of the two tractsL.of land that was proceeded deliberately to preparethen Moderate Sslf Confldsnc. for Stinnett, the the spade digs up or unearths any- Engleman, his many friunds will be conveyed to Reuben is entitled to some thought and this first by I. S. Phillips heirs, which is the public ceremony on March 4. Can "The audiences were very disorder thing that is of interest to the people, glad to know, may remind them of the filter that has a nice position and is dated on the March 31, 18i0. and re- you heat It? ly In Shakespeare' day," said the stu we will print it. We intend to be kind corded in Deed Book 4, page 289, of doesn't filter. delighted with Texas. Custom I mighty and shall prevail. dent. the Garrard County Clerk's office, and President Klect Wilson also suggested Well," replied For lack of space we can only write to the rich as well as the poor. The Mr 8tormlngton Mrs. Cynthia Dudderar died her second tract conveyed to Reuben L. that ho wanted a simple Inaugural, Marnes, "you can't blame them. The up one Councilman at a time, so bring rich and prominent will receive as much home at Rowland on Tuesday morning Stinnett by Leonard Johnson by deed without so much fuss nnd feathers authors of that dy mar have been in your picture and the history of your consideration from our hands as tho and recorded after an illness of several weeks. Her dated February 27, 1889,683. The said and so many troops. Thereupon tbe able to write Shapeakeare, but beIn Deed Book 9, page life from the cradle to the filter that poor. When anything deserves men husband the late Col. Huff Dudderar tract of land after deducting what hits committees In Washington got togeth tween you and me, 1 don't believe they tion, we will mention it. doesn't filter, and let us print it. died only last October. They had. at bfen conveyed of the two tracts by er, adopted a solemn resolution approvknew iow to play It" Our councilmrnl Our gallant heroes! the time of his death, been married Reuben L. Stinnett to other parties, ing tho Idea of a simple Inaugural, made lllll'ANTNVlLLK Our wonders of the world! Men made 40 acres, nnd CAUGHT. fifty seven years. Mrs Dudderar was contains about follows: On the same various speeches telling why simplicity is bounded as the North of stuff Americans are made of: Ther before marriage, Miss Cynthia Farmer, by the lands of Al Sherrow, on the should prevail and then proceeded to Mr. B. F. Patton was in Richmond mopylae, Horatius at the bridge! "The and had spent her entire life in this Last by th lands of Tom Doolin, on follow precedent nnd to arrange, tho Charge of the Light Brigade", were several days last week. county. She has for many years been the South bv the lands of John Ham. nine kind of Inaugural thnt bad been childs play compared with their acta of and on the Messrs. J. C. Gallaher of Lexington a faithful member of the Chrlsttnn Montgomery.West by the londs of Tom I Be'd from time Immemorial Tho bead of the committee In charse self sacrifice, bravery and noble deeds. and Colby T. Jenkins of Georgetown, church. Services were held by Rev. D. me purposn oi mis saie is to settle 'ef (tie Inauguration Is William Corco- May they live long, long as the filter were week end guests of Messrs David M. Walker at the residence and the the estate of Reuben L. Stinnett and ran Custls of tbe District of Columbia that wont filter, may they grow tall, and William Jenkins. remains were laid to rest in Buffalo pay the debts owing and for the distall as the water tower that they erectribution of the proceeds left among ud state of Virginia. Eldrldge 11 Dr. Bradley Montgomery has been cemetery. the devisees of the said Reuben L. Jordau, a Washington bank president, ted to their memory on the public spending several days in Louisville. It vice chairman, and Major General Stinnett. square and when their work is done He went to attend the Automobile Leonard Wood, now tbe head of tbe TERMS. may they draw the drapery of their Show as he is contemplating army, Is grand marshal. There are vathe purThis sale will be made on a credit of couches about them and lie down to chase of a car. containing the six months and the purchaser will be rious subcommittees oblivion. After this fitful fever, may Mr. Cleveland Rose who is very ill of The City Council of the city of Lan- requested to execute bond with annrov. names of nearly every man socially they sleep well. They deserve it. Pull typhoid ed security for the purchase price, due prominent In Washington. If these fever at the home of his par- caster do ordain as follows;-Thdown the blind, turn out the light, step every person, company firm, or in six month)' bearing interest at six commlttcex alone were to para do they ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose, is reper cent per annum from date until would require quite some time to pas softly, who would wake them! who snail engage in ported to be getting along as well as business of plumbing, Bhall, before tne paid, havidg a force and effect of a a given poluU Thero would be tbe so could be expected. engaging, obtain from tho Clerk or the Life is real u CX.LC"!'" ff'y honorable committee on the comfort of Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess who has been Council, a license for which he Bhall ter Commissioner of tne Garrard Cir visitors, tho honornblo committee on Life is earnest, pay to the clerk the sum of twenty five in Louisville for several weeks is ex- (25) dollars, which shall authorize him cuit. and a lien will be reserved upon le8lslatIon, tho houoruble committee on And the grave is not its goal, mo uuuuiuuie luminiitee pected home in a few days. Mrs. Bur to carry on said business for the neriod me property boiu until an tne purchase Rather 'tis to see which councilman, ou this and the honorable committee gess will have quite an up to date line of one year from the date thereof. Be- - money is paid, Can the Uaatin 'phone control. on that All of which leaches us that W. II. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. "Johnny, won't you helo ma t lore any plumber (hall open, or tap, of millinery this Season. any main of tho water works Bystem, J. E. Robinson, attorney for Plaintiffs tho Inauguration of a president of the out?" Wanted: A councilman to work in Mr. Sam Farlee huu bought tho mail for anv purpose, he or they, shall obUnited States Is n sizable function. A "Ain't youao de chean akate nt the interest of a corporation, the pub- line from Lancaster to Nicholasvillo tain a permit so to do from the Sun. qunrter of a mllllou visitors aro ex- Calls on Sisf Well. COUlh UD nmrlnr erintendant of tho water works, for lic be damend. pected lu tho capital city thnt week. If you want yer life fro-Mr W. A. Arnold and has taken which he shall saved." pay to said superintendNor will tbey all bo looking for office. charge of same. Mr. Farlee and fam- ent fifty cents; and shall do the work It b expected that at least the band Wanted: The platform I ran on. ily will move to Lancaster. so as to do no injury to the macadamizA Happy Qlrl. end tho militia will haro no hankering of the street, and shall without v The wlnttr girl Is happy now, Mrs. J. C. Williams will give a "Canings to enter tbo public service. Lost: Sometime between the day I restoro the macadamizing to ns jnais nsr who gtntly purm; announced and the day I wai elected,-M- y dy Pulling" at her home Friday night, good condition as before opened. The winter winds have bruised the aaet! The Faithful Will Be There. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Mar. 7th for the benefit of tho Ladies ui campnor irom nsr furs. platform. Anv plumber or plumbers who shall It will bo a dav of itlorr for the Aid Society. Everyboby is invited to violate any of said provisions or fail to AltHIVK. perform any of said requirements, or Reward: A liberal reward will be attend. Admission 10 cts. shall engage in the business of plumb-Ini- r No 10; r.Hz a. m. Best For Skin Diseases, given to the Central Record to hunt up without hnvimr first obtained and Connection to Lexington and Cincinnati my platform and print it. imiu i or a license bo to uo, snail be Nearly every skin disease vields ' STANFORD. No 71; 835 a. m. fined in the sum of not less than five quickly and permanently to Hucklen'a (6) dollars and not more than twenty Wanted: A councilman to take Wos Stanford and connection South. Zanone'a place and work cheek and Mr. J. F. Holdumv the best circuit fivj (25) dollars for each offence. All Just th; mild, simple wash, the wsll Arnica halve, and nothing is better No 28; 11:01 a. m. money derived from this ordinance known UD.U. 1'reserlptlon for Uctema. for jowl with the Iiastin Telephone Co. clerk in the State is again on the sick shall be paid into burns or bruises. Soothes and the water works Richmond, connection to Lex and Cin. BllU I UO 111 II IS SUB.. A trial will prove it. list. fund. heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich., No 7o; 11:60 a. m. We have sold other rtme.lln for akin Wanted: Higher telephone rates to This ordinance shall be in force from Hays, after suffering twelve years with Mr. Win. P. Turley, of Richmond, trouble but none that we please the Iiastin Telephone Co. and after Its passage and publication. Richmond, con to Lex, Cin & fast train tee as ws can the D.D.D.could guaran-If remedy. spent Saturday and Sunday with his Copy Attest the nrat regular site 11.00 bottle do.i akin ailments and spending flOO In doc. No 27; 2:09 p. m. not do exactly as wo say, Il will not tor's bills. Hurklen'n Ami... c.i.,.. Wes Zanone s'ays he was elected by sister, Mrs It. T. Bruce. H. T. Logan, Mayor. Louisville, Ky. cust you a cent. cured him. It will help you. Only 26c the people, for the people and that he Miss Lctty Mao McRoberts came II. K. Herndon, C. C. C. No 9; 8:45 a. in. Recommended by It. E. McRoberU & a for a square deal. No one will ever over from Lancaster to attend "The This March 7th, 1913. Stanford and South. R. G. lcRobets & Son. Son. i.m I II mil lion ofllco but In A. M. BOURNE Good Service. Riht. I'liont Lancaster, I Kentucky. festival, 'Or. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontlua.) at $25.00, several styles Wooltex suits. Theyvere designed as leaders and they lead. .Veterinary Office Surgeon . and Detiris at Lancaster, Rainey s Livery Stable. The beautiful fabric were specially bought, the designs specially prepared to surpass anything that anybody could offer at this price. Kentucky I COMEI COMEI Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at tho NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reuadle Darber. HENRV DUNCAN Offlts Honrs Offlc. ovsr s.m to II. 1 p.m. lo i. Storaots' Prog store B. 3J1. DENTIST. Walter. t.am-axiir- inspect these superb ask first at their style; then consider their fabrics and unequalled tailoring which enable us guarantee their satisfactory service looks for at seasons. least another suit at $25.00 that will say nothing this guarantee the style? Investigate! Phone OS. , K lt SWJ-T- I . TT. co aistw. Filled. Sttlifscilon Uasrsnld. Morrow, Ordate Optician cut-aw- Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs A few bred Roynl blood and splendid individuality. gilts and 1 boars for sale. A. B. Robertson & Bro J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster. Ky W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon I.ANCASTl-R- , Office Phone 6. KY. I Danville, Residence Ilione 220 Kentucky. H. J. PATRICK. All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Paint Liok, Ills II Kentuokv eno.r.pm-M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Detail Sarffry. Oftr. -- Storm.. Hiitldlnr ot.i Hurt son's ruroiiare Plots, A Ander- LANCASTER. . KENTUCKY John White A Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. SsUbUebed 1S87 s; HsjhtstsarW arise ssU 2-- FURS WOOL s (esaistits sAd HIDES. to-wi- t: Real Estate and Auctioneer. IF YOU WANT TO ( ;t Sell SellaKarm, at Auction prices on I will give you rock-botto00 Choice Farms. Set Me or Totci tie Lire Wire. W. T. KING, I'hone 339.K. . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY mmt mrurriK I r1 Ml rM If T WMWM. U4 Writ, Mtir ertt. tut WCISTI1U, SI, mitt sons bteUi.usiM. llrVrLUsaLtMl '".tn Ordinance. at IDC Flwe aw s J lmTvZwC J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office I'hone 3. n Subscribe for Record de-la- Residence Phono 27 LANCASTER. KY. Skin On Fire ? Hill mi L mm ana UI siili mwiaiwsiu.ni. CS A Tralalar twwn, HI rMU StAL. School for Teachers I.U.m,lit,t4 Llh UltlA VtlU I. C im. spwii CMrMTtlllHrMUJ,. vi kwltltofcwl, D'iuS..M.W rii.tTui,B.r Trr I.lrl T.na Juun tf. rrU taM Abfll 7, luMl I. Selwl liwl Jul 14, ttu lM4lm, tri. , J. Q. CRlHUI. rrwMei. j 'tf . u. Hf1M..llbdlll SIUL. T 4 J Ihe Sweetest hirig On Earth ED This is why we want you to see our beautiful lines of Spring Merchandise, It gives us great pleasure to show you all the newest creations in Ladies wearing apparel, which we know are bound to please. w I A HINT TO STRICTLY BEAUTIFUL Shop early and tjet the pick of (he beautiful patterns in silk, and all other new and THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT. up-to-da- te dress fabrics. . arc our numerous new models in SUITS, COATS and DRESSES. ! Qie Joseph Mercantile Com MLmvajreaumr The House Of Highest Quality. Gossip About People vvv Oliver Chill and Syracuse Plows. BEST PLOWS MADE. j unrnjurr Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. ci-gy- r j rasa jLvyza swum .aerey u Is II? jszz ra n zrrrssn, grerra THE John Deere Slee VULCAN E (A ( Brief Mention of Ihe Comlngt tnd lyTlioie Wt Are Interfiled In. PLOWS at reduced PRICES Plow Points and repairs j. I. MOUNT, SON & CO. -- V W r itn Am Ki d f Hugueley Shearen of Richmond was Mrs J. S. Gilbert left this week for u visitor here Saturday and Sunday. n few (lays stay in Louisville. Mr. R. S. Hrown left Wednesday for Mils Mary Arnold goes today Friday Cincinnati to buy a new stock of goods. for a Miort stay in Cincinnati. Mrs. A. J. Rice is in Stanford visiting W. R Cook has returned from a her pnrciilN Mr. und Mrs. A. C. Carman. winter's sojourn in Columbus, Ga. Mrs. John Masnn of Madison is here Mrs. J. M. Mount is at home after a visiting her daughter Mis3 Mabel Mafew days unit to her motlier in Stan son. ford. Misa Katie Lee Denny left WednesMrs. Oscar ilentlren of kirksvillc is day for a few days shopping in here with her mother Mrs. James Saturday nnd Sunday to sec Mr. E. A. a visit to her son and wife Mr. nnd Mrs. Farra who is quite sick. C. B. Bustin in Millersburg. Miss Jane Doty is in Richmond the W. B. Burton lejy Wednesday for guest of Miss Mary Miller. Louisville to attend the automobile In that city. T. M. and R. II. Ward were in Rich- show now in progress mond this week on business. Mr. U. D. Simpson has been severely ill for the past week, hut his many All kinds of home mado candy at the friends will I c glad to know lie ha? Circle Girli candy sale, Saturday. sufficiently reeovertd as to be able to leave his room. Whose Fault TO TOBACCO GROWERS OF Mr. Green Cluy Walker returned where Lancaster Colcrcd Man Attends Inaugurafrom Cincinnati Wednesday, he lias been undergoing treatment for tion. rheumatism. He is much improved George A. Leavell, one of Lancaster's nnd hopes to be entirely well in a short time. Mr. J V. Murray, of Champaign County III., is visiting Mr. John T. Henry near town and desires to locate He wishes to rent some in our midst. town property at present and we trust he may be successful. We receive weekly The Baptist Re porter published at GeorKetown with Harvey Harvey Estes, Mgr. Editor. not on y manages this well gotten up paper but he also contributes to its columns. Our Lancaster boys do well anywhere jou put them. The many friends of Mis Bugena Bourne nnd Henry Ball of this city were much surprised when it became known they had eloiK-to Knoxvillel Tenn. where they were soon united in marriage. The bn le is the bright and attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Courne while the groom is quite an industrious young farmer. Misses Jane ahd Mary Doty gave u dainty buttercup luncheon Saturday ut high noon, it being the occasion to announce the eigagemmt of Miss Katie Lee Denny of this city, and Robert Walker of Fajettetvdle Tenn. formerly of this county. The function was quite a recherche affair, with the following guests included on the invitation list. Miss Belle Dennv of Stanford, Misses Martha and Helen Gill, Sue Shelby Mnson, Elsie Morrow, Lcttie May Mrs. Ed Walker, and Miss Katie Lee Denny. Tiie Lancaster friends of Capt. nnd Mrs. II. M. Sapp were deeply grieved to learn of Mrs. Sapps sudden death in Atlanta Monday. Mrs. Sapp iiad often visited the homo of Capt. T. A. Elkin hut being of a retiring disposition she saw but little of the outside world and so to many she was only known as Goodwin Elkin's grandmother. But to the intimate friends and relatives she was known as an elegant, refined, christian woman. To only u few poisons, from among tho multitudes that come into the world, is it ever granted the privilege of finishing out u well rounded life. Too often it seems that the term of life is cut short, but not so with Mrs. Sapp, when the conlliet was ended that desolved the union between the pure soul and its earthly tenument hers was a finished work, her life was As wife, mother, well rounded out. grandmother she had been in every sense ull that every one of these could possibly embroie. The many friends of Goodwin Elkin join tho Record in extending to him sympathy In this great Promoting Beauty Spot. Sheep killing dogs are said loliepla-in- g havoc with sheep in Lincoln count; . which, if permitted to continue will result in another big iheep claim, The sheep claim for Lincoln county last vear was $2,000 while the dog tax lected was fflOu. Lincoln must hnve as muny dogg hs Gnrrard as wo eruld count 'JOS dofrg on the "chute" to cut nothing of those in the park. coi-n- GARRARD COUNTY. Off ch at National (S: Lnn-jt-- B nk. K BBAZLEY Office over Tin-- National Hank r.f COLLIER Phone 27. YoiiCaiiiiolSlop the Cook from tM(iitiit the cake lwkl Flour. fuli While Swnn It is m much heller t linn ordinary c.ko llint is you don't wntrh her she'll cat the whole cake If you haven't tried White Swan Flour yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuits, cake pastry are. The best home and professional 0 . Miss Allie Yantis left Wednesday for It. II. Rtitson in at home after a visit a visit to Miss Elizabeth Girdler of' to the city markets in Chicago and Cin Somerset. cinnati. Miss Dove Harris of Danville was' II. Glny KmitTinnn was in Richmond the guest of her bister Mis. S. II. Atid-- i the latter part of lust week on legal rson Sunday. business. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Moore of Lexing Miss Kathleen Hnnley of Nicholnsville ton have been recent guests of Mr. and came over Saturday for a visit to Miss Mrs C. A. Arnold. Minnie Brown. Mitses Minnie I'herigo and Myrtle Mr. George I). Robinson returned Lyni of Lexington are the guest of Monday f im a protracted business stay Mrs. Alex Walker. in Cordele, Ga. Little Miss Francis Mason of RichMiw Agnes Miles left this week for mond is here visiting little Miss Vira visit to her sister und other relatives! ginia Fearl Walker. t in Louisville. Mrs. Frank H. Marksbury left WedJ. W. Smith was in Cincinnati the nesday for Indianapolis to see her sispast week purchasing a handsome line ter Miss Margaret Morrow. 7i of gents goods. Miss Mnrgaret Arnold of .Madison John Glenn of Richmond wns the Institute will bo the week end guest of guost Saturday and Sunday of Miss her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. ilessic Hrown. Mrs. Booth Sutton and little daughMr. and Mrs. W. I. Marksbury of ter Virginia were the guest of her Lexington have been recent guests of mother Mrs. Sweeney Morgan Sunday. ' I I'rather. most highly rosiiected colored men, accompanied by his wife, is attending 'the inauguration of Pres't. Wilson in Washington. George H not "of the faith", but he has a brother and step in Washington, both of whom are teachers in the D. ami D. school there, nnd he took ndvanTuJJe of the ehpai rates to the inauguration to visit them Our Merchants And Milliners Ready With I Are you interested in tho establish-nent-o- f a Loose Leat Market in Lancaster? If you are, just how much are you interested? The mntter is now in your hands, it rests with vou vhether or not the market shall be established; it is with you whether you will continue to market your tobacco as you have in the past, whether or not you will continue toundergothe hardships, incur the expense, to say nothing of the inconvenience, which has heretofore attended the marketing of your crops. The amount needed to establish tho market is $25,000. Of this amount the citizens and business men of Lancaster stand ready to contribute three fifths ur $15,000. If the market is to be established, the farmers must contributo the remaining two fifths, or $10,000. That is tho way tho matter now stands. It is up to you to act and net quickly. Too much talk and not enojgh action has been indulged in. This money can easily be raised among the furmers if some one would go out and see them, present the matter to them in the proper light, and .the farmer himself is the proper person to present it to his fellow farmer. When we suy contribute, we do not mean to GIVE, it is not a matter of giving; tho stock is $100. pershare, and it will most assuredly pay a good per section of the county get busy among his neighbors and the amount can' be easily raised. These who feel they cannot take a share may go in with pneormoro of his heighbors or tenants and take it together, this will be allowed and you may decide among yourselves as to 'whose name the stock shall be issued. This will in all probability be the lost appeal made to you, and if the ware house is not built the fault will beyours. Now got busy. The Goo3s. 23, one day Easter this year will fall upon March later than the earlies: date Faster can fall on, March '1 The custom established by the churches decrees that Easter shall fall on the first Sunday after the first full moon, nfter the 21st of March. An old saving is that an early Eitster means nn early Spring, at any rate it means the milleners und modistes will have to be up and doing to get the bonnets ami gowns reft ly this year. The Lancas tor ladies need have no fear for our energetic milliners and merchants have nil been to the city and secured a stock of goods second to no town in the state so give them a call and be convinced. ks-sih- cent on your investmenn. Let some farmer in each Councilman On The Job For Ihe People. .. : l.ancasterfrienus. Miss lva Lee Smith of Richmond will arrive Saturday and trim this con for Miss Itella Arnold. I nil. bea- Mr. Rcbert B Arnold of Colorado Springs Colo, is visiting his parents Mr. und Mrs. J. A. Arnold near Hack-le- y. bakes in town use it. Wey don't yen. Lancaster Elevator & FlourMHIs . . . mrrr g isrwwnMJmMBEl '.:. C3 tj'wliiiihB ram: Everv Pos siDiev-ou- i. IKW KOJT iesy consistent with sound liuance is extended to ciMoiners of 'Ihe Garrard Hank St Tniht Co. Small depositors leiehe j t'q mli'on.sideiaiion with Applu aiions for loans up tho'e wh and confidenton acceptable security are tren'ed piomp-.lially. The bat.k will bo jjluil to have you consult it on any e balances nre larger i Miss Elizabeth Lyne has returned to Dr. James B. Kinnaird left Tuesday to her home in Nicholasville after a for Barhourville to administer to his visit to Mrs. II. F. Robinson. sister Mrs. Maria Kirby who is ill of Arthur Joseph left Sunday to buy pneumonia. a complete und up to date line of dry Mr. John F, Holtzclaw left Tuesday goods in Cincinnati and Chicago. for Hot Springs where he hopes to tie Miss Hello Denny has returned to her relieved of the ill etlects left by a homo in Stanford after a visit to her severe attack of typhoid fever last year. cousin Miss Ratio Leo Dennv. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Elkin have Mrs Dee Woods and daughter have gono to Louisville to see that most returned to their home in Stanford widely discussed and most universally nfter a visit with Garrard friends. popular of modern ploys, "The Blue Mrs. M. K. Kirby who is visiting her Bird." sister Mrs. YV. R. Ilurnside in Harbour-villi- Mesdames W. E. Arnold, Banks Hudis reported ill of muscular rheuma- son and Miss Julia Durham of Danville tism. were hero Tuesday to assist the women Mrs. J. C. Richardson and little of the Methodist church in organizing a daughter Anna May of Dos Moines In, Missionary society. have been visiting her sister Mrs. Henry Mr. und Mrs. J. Rnymond Hasclden, Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. S G. Ilaseldcti nnd Miss Mr. J. W. Acey of Lebanon wuhere Kathleen Walter motored to Lexington Sunday to see his wife who is improving Tuesday evening to witness the ulay after quite u severe attack of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pino". ' Patis seems to have a councilman who Is on the job for the people. The Paris Democrat describes a re cent council meeting' as one that will long be remembered in that city. It speaks of one Frank Walker who stood up for what he believed to be right when there was no one voting for his side of the question but himself, this paper also states thut he seems determined to give the people of Paris the best government that is within his (tower to give nnd that the people wjilld dj well to keep their eyes on him and his eiTorts in the future. Wo would advise the people of Paris that while keeping their eyes on Mr. Walker, thy would do well to nlso keep their eyes on the other councilmen, the men who arc not stunding fur what the people want ure the ones to keep your yes on. Attention YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Special price on can peaches, can Currtys. For Sale. A handsome oak dining apply at this office. try a room table Fresh Curreys. fish nnd oysters this week at 10 A 20 cent can of peaches for at Curreys. cts Hunters, Fishermen, Yoar At Pres- ence Is Needed The Ccurt House Friday Evening Use Purity Cream and Powder. The best on the marRella Arnold. ket. Get a financial matter rheumatism. Mesdames Fannie Farra, Mattie Duncan and S. C Denny were in Lexington B Tn i if aril BHnk & Trust ompany Mrs. A. II. Bastin left the lutter part loss. of the week for a visit to her daughter Miss Mamie Bustin in Latonia and also j ml Rast the. Driver for n just as you were passing. Coal it u m pi ni4 n load of Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PORE i At Lancaster the Woman's Club is promoting a "beauty 8ot" tobo known as Central Park, located in the town's public square. They are fostering sentiment and furnishing money in this effort in the line of civic beauty. Times. Mr. Batson's Ad. What harm did ho do? It Is nice, clean coal. Not n bit of dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't you need some for stovo. furnace or open tfrnte. We have just the right kind for every use mid we shall be glad to send you all you need The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. If1 foods Makes delicious home-bake- d ol maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable Mr. R. H. Batson has just returned from the eastern markets with n very desirable line of goods for the caster trade. Ho has one of the most attractive displays ever seen in his line in Lancaster. See his big ad cite where in the Record und be sure to cull und splendid hole of fishing wutur on your see his display. place, ure you iutrwtd in having tlw shooting of your ktock by itinerant Bank Examined. hunters stopped, ure you tirad of havMr. A. Burton Funis, State Dunk ing hunters und riihoimwii pull down Examiner, wus hero last Saturday your fence und ullow your stock to rotun examining the Garrard Bank & Trust ut will over neighboring farms? If you Co. It is useless to say that he found urr.ooniD in awl juin with tlw lueal Fink this prosperotTrlnstitulioii in first class and Game Club iittd hour Mr. Wunl Ull order. Mr. Furris was raised in Kiiks-vill- e ubout the method which luive UeuN and is u brothor of Dr. G. C. udopted hi other cuUHtftM to stop tfoiftt Furris who formerly lived here. He is evils, und huw the same Wjlwdi imf CnmwIm mmI a clever geiitlvmui) und is making u be udopted in this uMUUjr. bring your neighbor. very elllcient bunk examiner. Hon. J. Quincy Ward, Executive Agent for tho Fish & Game Commission has written to President J. E. Stormes of the local club, expressing his intention of being in Lancaster on next Friday the 7th, to assist in the permanent orgunizution of a Fish & Game Club in Garrard county. Such tin organization ulreudy exists in miuea ture and it is desired to add to its rest er the name of evtry citizen of the county who is in favor of and willing to assist in the prosecution of offenders ugainst the fish and gume laws of the state. Every fanner and citizen of the county who is interested in this ques tion is urgently tequested to be pros ent in the County Court room at 7:30 oclock next Friday night. Mr. Ward has accomplished wonders in some parts of the state, he is prepurvd to extend his activities to this section, provided the citizens will cooperate with him. Are you interested in protecting that covey of biids you have on your farm, ure you interest) in noU'ctiii( that sanitary 'phone disc, free at Curreys. I am the agent for tho Country Gentleman paper and other magazines. Leave our subscription at Stormes Mrs Dolly Brown. Drugstore. 2t-P- You will look your best and feel your best always if you wear a Spirell Corset, made to measure only. Miss Rella Arnold. O Notice. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the Spitler Sanatorium will make prompt settlement of same by March 15tb or us soon thereafter as possible. J. L. Spitler, Former Manager. 2t-p- d 100 M;n Wanted. Unusual Opportunity. For boiiost upright industrous men, Sluggards or crooks need not apply. You can ostubluh yourself in a good paying business of your own by taking territory with us. No previous experience From my own experience 1 iiMWMary. know thut the right kind of a man curt wuktt a great deal more in this business tksH he euu on u sulury. For territory uud full infwrmutiou, write ure cull on, Muntgomery, Luncuster, Ky. J. S.7 U li toMaa3Btattai wwiKiiWKiiwitt See Our New Spring1 We have over 50,000 iKiKiaRaftaftaaoiattttKaftaftMaftn Our prices are right Line Of , which to make your 1 jg selection; by far the g largest selection ever brought to Lancaster. Be sure and look be- I Rolls of ll Paper from i WALL Wall Mouldings. fore you buy. 3L23LE FlatcRail. and we can figure 8 with you either on k I'le P.it ei vi ik m Wall as we have- 4 v experienced hangers. Call or Phone No 5 and we will be glad $ to bring samples and submit estimates. . - jjjj HHHHi IiJL HURT & ANDERSON FARMER'S COLUMN ripaco below llili beading ! for the excln-irate of oar farmer subscribers, and li lor the tale of stock, aralu and mch thing on (arm at tbe farmer cannot aflo'd to adrer-tl.e- . No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two lames of the Record, free of chaige sT f Speed. i mules Senator Hubble bought a pair of mare at Richmond court for $350. Capk T. A. Elkin bought a nice marc mule in RichmonJ Monday, price, $185. W. R. Cook purchased a pair of 3 year old horse mules day for $3C0. in Richmond Mon- Carlton Elkin has some nice Indian Runner ducks and Buff Orpington cockerels for sale. nice Duroc boars, weight about 140 pounds. Mrs. R. J. West, Lancaster, Ky. SALE:-Fiv- e ron Ben Bright bought 10 mules in Richmond Monday paying on an average of $210. each for them. Early Indiana yellow seed corn for sale $1.50 per bushel. Jacob White R. F. D. No 2 Paint Lick, Ky. pair 3 yr. old horse mules, 1 pure bred hampshire boar and a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg", Hvatts 1 For Sale: Defender boar which will head their Danville Has Three "Movies." herd at a fancy price. Not only the Danville has just constructed from breeding of this hog is very much sought after just now, but his individu- the old Christian church a Inrge audiality is said to be as near the perfect torium for "another moving picture show, making the third one for Dantype as can be found. Mr. Tinder also bought a very choice ville. The admission price is five cents gilt bred on dilTerent lines that will and all three arc said to be making cross well on his Defender boar. Mr. money, 1(00 tickets were sold for the Robinson bought a very handsome gilt opening performance for the new one. at the Mays sale at Springfield which will be quite an addition to nis herd of Kind Words Are More Than Coronets. choice stock he already posseses. We thank our subscribers and brothMr. T. L. Yantis, who might be term er editors for the kind things said about ed the original Duroc man of this coun- - j ty is the proud possesor of a Defender our paper. We get many complimen boar and gilt which he pnrchased at the tary letters and would publish them but for the thought that perhaps they Lebanon sale. are not readable to others as to us. These gentlemen who attended these To realize by conclusive evidence that siies report that buyers were repres- we have the support of our subscribers ented there from nine Estates and the is a great incentive and a source of bidding was brisk. At the sale of J.O. pecular satisfaction. Duncan 49 head sold at an average of $70. At the sale of McKee and Mayes Testing Parcel PosL at Springfield 56 head sold, twenty of which were sows bred to Defender that A novel idea originated to test the brought an average of $153 a head. Parcel Post system. Every brick plant in the United States was asked to conThe trouble with us is not that it is tribute one brick to be used in the conso easy to get a divorce, but it is so struction of a house during the Clay Products Exposition held in Chicago, easy to get married. 25,000 bricks have been asked for, and a record will be kept of each brick S. C. While Lefhonw. from the time tbe brick is mailed until My stock from prize winners at At- it is delivered in Chicago in order to lanta, Louisville and other shows. A see how speedily Uncle Sam can defew Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per liver a brick house by mail. setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. Using Unfilled Witer. $1-5- 8MILED TOO SOON. IncilvicUuility, I3reeclinjj, ERECTING HIS OWN MONUMENT. How Letter Bryant, the Boy Champion Corn Grower of Kentucky, Will Buy Hii Own Memorial With Hie Record Crop of Corn. The missionary imlled benevolently on the native tribes around htm. "I will cure them all of canlballam," ho said, hopefully. 'They have treated mo kindly so far, and I am sure I shall convert them all." After being Introduced to thelr-chle- f he retired to the special hut tho tribe had prepared for him, whero bo was shortly afterward Joined by a native. "The king has sent mo to dress you for dinner," said the man. "Ah!" smiled the missionary. "How thoughtful of him. You aro tho royal valet, I suppose?" "Nope," replied the native, "I'm the royal cook." A Baa Capital. Whllo tbe constitutional convention was In progress a south side branch of the Curbstone Club took much in terest in the proceedings. "I see by the papers," said the .Man About-Tow"that they aro trying to incorporate a law to prohibit capital Horses of the Time. Within reach of nil. 1 lie blood t tint win the Hires The blood that wins in the show ring The Hood (lint hriiu the mono it M rru hImm r ol t r.i, r for IWtcftt ilnllara i.1.imMi tiif C;" to rrci tit'r fl1 kIo plrnl lUVy M tirrror i h "iilit t atlMlui rrl rmr) tlh. In Nn o Oil; fur lilirii Ibouisuil ilullura ilti.tOU.tV) for lo Autlrli, Ilia dam l ll.ioi.r.. Ml,j I I 0 an u Irrot Huron UIIkr. 1 Thistle Dotine 2:09 !m Iii 1-- 4 nil troth, .ninth r!r. ,i,r iint rr riroid n '.r. n J 0,, t';0'iii. ivii ffmolj.) un V. m. , ii I)I..hI rcrl One very f tly hear the remark, 'That iijov U erecting hi own No one In the Hocktleld monument nelKhtiorli'i I Inst summer ever thought ln tiarr Wm rrtnuil.I U lli Unit patruti't tlmr hor fa. r"or mil inma mi l full liilotmatlnn anil tht that lister Ilryant'x record crop of place.Tul AiMrraa, corn would be the means of liitlMlui; JAMES GIIANVILLK CECIL lit tn n memorial. No one watrhlng a I Hoi-m$2ff.O InHiiru 11 living vigorous yotimrster put Ills life and farm J', nillra from lis- l'l- - on I'atnlllc atiit llarro..l.urt tmnlir soul luto tho work hh lie did could Uwal ami l.our; IJI.l.ncc Hi..lii" No I'.nwiir K lime forsecn such nn eeut, mid yet if i in ii j rnilr rnnl!rr ChllHrm od ttnllliir ulllnn lit lit (on ..I lllfhxcKHl a J1U hI riilmriif Mil Li M.n linxnt iorr ItIiio k'lt.c ll.Hr. ftr iliini air In Curt i'oiiiiIIoii f four nirn from itllTrrriit Slain til on tlilt hnrir. .Mr him mrll Clil.f nf Aiiml Una tiamlrr of Ins 1'nllcl Mtr. nffrinl Ii limit, llirrr ihniMaml .ol is inn ) ra-- li I. r 1I10 so.vruinfiil brrtnlliiK farm In Col ira1 i'lilmp.t'oo! I'i llilaa, m.ii till Cliiniewood li'l 2:19 A 1-- 4 rrl rrl l.. rf to colt for ucli 1 u. - punishment." There was a moment's silence, then tho Corner Oroceryman, who had been dozing up to tbla point, aroused himself and exclaimed: "That's right; punish the WITH THE BOY8. The people of Lancaster are using unfiltered water for the present. Anderson & Pope brought thirty- Lucky our lake water shows a good eight 200 lb hogs from J. A. Ham analysis. Our $1040. filter that will not mond for, from 7 to 7J cents per pound filter is not being used and the old one was torn out to make room for the new I have a good milk cow for sale. modern (?) one thus leaving, after the Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. Impertinent. proved a failure, the city filter-lesR. L. Elkin. "That's arrant nonsense," said Mr. latter v This state of affairs is bad enough Henpeck, "about there always being Mr. J. II. Thompson, Preachersville, room at the top." now while the water is cold and comwants to soli you ten good calves and "Ob." said bis wife sarcastically, paratively pure, but what will it be three choice brood sows that will far- "when were you up there to Me?" when the heated season comes? Better get busy and construct some kind of a row. In April. filter, the people did not vote $12,000 Additional Stanford Letter. C. S. Ballew sold a two year old mule "When we are married, wa wtlJ in bonds to drink unfiltered water. to John Cox of Madison county for often go out for a little skate." Hon. Harvey Helm and sister Miss "If you are like most married men, $150., also a four year old horse to Lettie will return this week from Wash- About To Become A Rival Of J. B. Haggis you will often go out for one." Carol Prewitt for $163. ington. If James I. Hamilton continues to add Miss Alice Beazley continues very ill W. T. King bought GO Bhccp of J. M. to his present real estate holdings, he lie cannot Knew Some Steps, at her home on East Main street Janes the No Wheeler of Nina, for $0,00 a head, and bids fair td become a formidable rival Hut do not think him dumb, an assortment of hogs, pigs, sows and hope is entertained for her recovery. Just ask him aoma plain question of J. B. Haggin, the Fayette county You'll see him soma. Mr. Dan Hester, of Kings Mountain, land king, shoats of J. E. Hammonds at 8 cents a in the number of acres he pound. is not expected to live through the day. ,)0S3esses.' Mr. Hamilton on last Mon Optimistic. naa uccu m n vciy "Dabbs never tires of telling what Mr. Jas. B. Leavell of Bryantsville for many weeks with aeriuus CunuillOn day purchased of Brown & Williams of what Is supposed Mt Vnrnon 1il7 . nt lan.1 :.. tu the world haa dono for him." - -has some good Northern White seed w I.- - U1J n . lanu 111 IIIC ( t HI'll. ur uiwu in limn "Wealthy, presume, oats for sale at 50c ts. a bushels, COO the last fewjiuiau.i the uie ioou ''rt ,f ,hi,S C0Unty' W.hfch thing money I can buy?" and baa everydays flesh has almost auueu Bhocks of fodder with a good straw rick entirely what he already owns there left the diseased "No. About all be has in tho and will make him tfSTRII HIIYAST. the possessor of over is a wife and throe children, a world to run to and a pair of family hor- Mr. Hester a suffering is member small almost past 5000 acres In one boundary, and it is house and a cow." ses, suitable for heart e. tbe plans of the Hon. J. W. Newman endurance. not all of it a goat farm either. "Oh, well, some men are Just that carry, and they are sure to, the loy Mr. C. E. Tate of this place attended T. C. and David Rankin of this county will lme erected IiIh own memorial. way." At the funeral of I.eter llryimt a got a judgment in the courts at the sale of J. O. Duncan at Lebanon Women Always Succeed. few days ufter IiIm trnglo death nt Chattanooga, Tenn. against the Queen last week and bougnt eight of the fine How He Qot Out of It The good ladies of Lancaster have Tho city editor glanced aver the Washington Mr. Newman outlined his and Cresen t Railway for 27 head of Duroc hogs sold on that day. He paid plan to n few clone friend. The plan Ho taken up the proposition of beautifying new reporter's manuscript. mules killed on that road in November an average cf nearly $70 a head. "Don't you know, young fellow," he was ho unique and wi'eaHy of IiiiihIIIiik 1912. The judgment was for $0075 or an buys only the best of a kind and as a the Park, in centerof the public square. consequence his farm on the Huston-vill- e This means it will be done, and done said, "that not even a defeated pugi- that It WUN boon after decided upon. average of $225 earb. Mr. Newman lms IkjiikIiI Letter Brypike is becoming celebrated as a right. Here in Danville, the Civic list can lie 'prone on bis back.'?" "This one could," said the new re ant's crop of line Kentucky tested, League, composed of ladies, is resnon- Garrard is noted as a hemp producing stock farm. Boone Comity White need corn from porter, "ills bead had been er sible for what measure of cleanliness territory and we hope the acerage will the boy's father and had Dr. Mutchler, turned by Injudicious praise." fall short this year, as the prices not the town can boast. To be frank, if it l.oyd. the government expert In charge of paid for hemp this year are higher then were not Tor the efforts of theso good tbe Boys' Com club movement, pick One Rtdtsmlng Trait. women, Danville's streets, the court in forty years. A Paris hemp buyer Trotter During my travels in Italy out fifty biihhols of extra seed corn. Miss Ocie Snyder is visiting her sister has contracted for a number of crops hou,e yard, and McDowell Park, would I was captured, bound and gagged by This carefully selected stock seed corn will be offered for sale nn the Lester j grown in Garrard county at C to 7 x rs. John Hicks. ue do lur from inviting In appearance. bandits. Mrs. Mead Teater visited her lather Miss Homer How romantic! Were Bryant Ktniln of limine County White. cents a pound. ine uecoru might have added to its It will Mr. J. P. Prather Tuesday. story that Lancaster's park WILL be they anything like the bandits lu tho money be sold at $1 er ear. All tho Plows were started to turning the sod realized from the sale of this pantomime? Mrs. Meade Teater was the pleasant beautiful. Danville Messenger. and stubble fields during the springlike Trotter No, Indeed. Tbe gags th.y remarkable corn will lie placed In bank guest of Mrs. Miley Walker Monday. at Frankfort to tho credit of tliu I,e- used wero all new. Stray Stories. weather of last week, and will be reThat Jog OfWbbkey. Mr, and Mrs. James Sanders was the sumed this week with greatef vigor if Sargeant Didn't "Sabby." we have BUtible weather. The sowing guest of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders Monday acvinty years ago, the corner stone Bergt. Mike Drew was at one time EXPENSE ACCOUNT. Mr. and Mrs. Odes Naylor were the of the old of tobacco beds anJ much early courthouse at Shelby ville a quartermaster sergeant in Philwork has been accomplished. Quality, guest of Mr. John Ray and family Mon was laid. Major J. H. Smith, presi ippines. He believed be bad tbe workRant a f 5.00 not quantity, will be the slogan of tho day. 3.1.0 Preparation of land uentof the Peoples Saving Bank of ing knowledge of tbe language of tbe tobacco grower next year. Saad Mr. Jasper Noel and wife were the Memphis, Tenn., was reared in Shelby-pleasa- Islands, which the soldiers call "BamPlanting .25 guests of Mrs. Eliza Ray Sat-- . ville and althouir.li a verv small l.ov t boo Spanish." Quite a number of losses are being , Manure One day a party of tourists were uruay. that time he remembers that one of Fartlllxar 4.37 reported by the death of western mules Mr. Lent Teater and family visited the builders of the temple of justice trying to get two Filipinos to underCultivation 3.90 shipped to the South. Mr. L. W. Hud-- 1 stand that they wanted some trunks Gatharing 2.00 son of Atlanta, having tossed about 2G his son Mr, Kirby Teuter Saturday and told him, there had been placed a gal taken down to the station. The tour Ion jug of Kentucky sunshine in the head that cost him on an average of Sunday. ists did everything they knew to get Total cost $19.02 148 bus. and 55 lbs. at 60c. 89.20 from $200 to $225. It is gratifying to Miss Bessie and Eunice Prather were hollow of one of the columns' Major this instruction into the heads of the guests of their bister Mrs. Meade bmllti has never forgotten it, he may brown brothers, but It waa useless. note none of the Kentucky mules have the Profit have forgotten to say his prayers, and $70.18 Sergeant Drew then offered bla servever died from this peculiar desease and Teater. it goes to prove that all dealers will Mr. and Mrs. Emmlt Long waa the many other things that were of more ices. "Bay, you," he said, turning to the have to eventually como to Kentucky guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marco Importance but when the news reached ter Bryant memorial fuiul. An there him that they were tearing down the natives, "when the whistle blows on will probably bo at least HMjj ears In for them until this dreaded dssease is Long Sunday. the rill road train, too boo, you get the fifty bushel of corn, a magnificent old building, he at once vested the edieradicated from the west. your bull cart, moo moo, Mrs. Dell Snyder and daughter wero tor of the Sentinel with power of at- these trunks down to the and take ir.ouuiuent is sure to rise in the Howlstation be ing (liven cemetery, where the boy Eld. F.M. Tinder and B. F. Robinson the guest of Mr. John Broudus and torney, who wlffclalm is tho jug when fore tbe engine starts, ding ding. attended the Duroc hog sale at Lebonon family Saturday and Tuesday burled. the weight of brick and mortar have and Springfield last week and each add All orders for the corn should be Miss Nell Kay Is very much Imyroved been removed from It. Our 'odvice I to "Yo no saves," the natives replied. ed quite a nucleus to their already large Mr. Miss Maggie Mae Hicks has returnad Major Smith would be, to be "Johnny "What I" roared Sergeant Drew. sent direct to corn Newman's Frankfort oftlce. The will be shipiod herd by buying some choice stock bred home after a weeks with her sister Mrs. on the spot" when that iuir Is un. Dou't you understand your own lan those ordering from Bowling Qreeu. to in tbe purple. They bought a young Howard Logan of Hack ley. guage?'' , earthed. Word Fall. ville. Ky. "What do you suppose that brute did? Wanted to measure my finger." "For a diamond ring, eh?' "For a thimble. No wonder us woman are on the war pa'h these days." s. Ksntucky's Boys' Corn Clubs. The Hoy' Com club iiiovcini'iit la only tno yearn old In tbU Htntf. and t bl UiIiik have Ixvn nrroniillilinl The Com club Uy. tlioiimml nrc cntlniil.ntle; Inn twttur of Until entbtislnsitil lire tho results that bare come from the unrk. When the Htnte cjiniiiplnii met In Washington (his whiter ulth tho ei pert who timl clinrKe of the work In wo nnf nrullr Ibe various stntt- -, tln-ra fellnc of Intcnv rivalry Twchonf the southern MtUr Hint linil pushing the Hoys' Corn club Men for acv eral yenr. bad record of H2 boys that had icmwn over ion huahels on nn aero. Alabama nnd Ceorctn oai-bnd over 100 boy with till record to their credtin-tit, but both of ntnlfi lind organized for club vtork for tlip pnNt It N very irrallfylng to InelKbt year side to write Hint Kentucky, with an organization nf only two year, made n splendid reninl I'lfty neven Ixiy In Kentucky this print mciihoii grew over KM) liiisliolit of corn to the acre How many adult fnrmer-- i dlit Hint well? y-iht-n- i. tx-c- Brare At The "Morie". We run no riik of a scar Nor the thrust of any foe As we watch the Mexican war At the moving picture show. Kxcry day they make it hot Somewhere in realm Any skirmiilt of thnt lot Makes another picture film. Vow these Grrnsera can hit They can deal the heavy blow 1 am not seated the least bit At the moving picture show. Ilu.-rta'- a New Light on a Terpslchcrean Event. "What." asked tho casual student of the higher literature, "did tho pool refer to when ho wrote. "On with tho dance; let Joy be unretlnedT" "Oh, I don't know," replied the lowbrow, "unless he was describing oue of those turkey trot affairs." It is said some sixty five years a;o, during the Mexican wur. General s M. Clay, the sage of White Hall, General William Preston and General John S. Williams, each over six feet tall, and aa t1ne,stoc:mens of physical manhood aa was ever looked uon, rodu into the City of Mexico at tho head of their respective command, the Mexicans came to the conclusion that they were lighting an army of giants. They may have came to think the sume a gain, ns the shadows of our men hum never grown less. Cas-slu- C ommissioner's Sale Of Land. GAHKAJtJJ two-ste- Turner Fiord's Administrator. PJaintitt Remarkable Coincidence! Tbe thrifty German proprietor of a circulating library charged for wear and tear. One volume came back to bis scrutiny. "See lure," he exclaimed, "there Is a hole on pae 19 of my beautiful book. And see here," he went on, turning over the leaf, "there's another on page 20." Sau Francisco Argonaut. VS. Monroe Floyd, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March Term, 1913. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster. Ky., ut 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY, MAKCH 21, 1913, It being the first day of tho Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and as follows, In Garraid County, Ky., on the head V.V-l( bUKar Crt'uk ""d "ear liur-ue- tt Knob and buunded us follows, lleginnlng at stunt? corner to Lynn Gritlith, thence- with his lino duo 17 Indus to a stone, corner to bast same; thence N 19 oles 4 links to another stone, corner to Monroe Floy d; thence W 17 Doles to another stone corm r to Mrs. J. P. Daniels, of said Hoyd; tbeiico S 19 poles i links to Sip, Ky., writes: "I was the beginning, containing 2 acres bo sUH I the same more or loss and being A nan the same land conveyed to Turner Klojd l had to hire my work 01 oeptein- itSn ber, 1893, from John C. II. Collier and done, most of the time. recorded in Deed Hook 12, page a7. I had given up hope. Garrard County Clerk's Ofiice, and When a so a certain truct which adjoins the I began to take Cardul, 1 above mentioned tract and lies in Garknew, right away, it was rard County, Ky., being lot 1 in u division tf land made by Hen Jennings, helping me. Now, I am bounded as follows; better than ever before in Ueginning at a stone and running thence N.l'J.4 I; thence W 17 poles: my life, and Cardul did thence S 19.4 I; thence E 17 poles tO the bcL'inillni' ami about 2 acres being tbe same land conveyed to snid Turner Floyd by deed dated the 30th day of June, 189 f, f rom J. C. Ii. Collier and recorded in Deed Uook 12. puge 295, Garrard County, Clerk's oilier. The purpose of this sale Is to settle I the estate of Turner Floyd and after paying ileum, for distribution of the proceeds amoi.g the parties entitled to Cardul has helped thousreceive the Bame, for ail of which judgment has beeu rendered in the above ands of weak, tired, t: ClUCUIT COUKT. slda-ste- p I .f-. " nni-u- a e"n. I I It Helps! I I im 1 ' II II I it" 1 nt ICARDU Tht Womin's Tonic women, back to health, " rtas a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. wny not you? It will Try It Oet a bottle todavf styled action. TKItMS: This salo will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price duo In six months, bearing six Pr cent interest per annum from date until paid, having tho forco and effect of a judgment ujion which execution may Issue, payable to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of tho Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon all the property Bold until alt the purchase money is paid. W. II. Brown, M. C G. C. C. II. Clay Kaulfman, Att'y for PUT,