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KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1913. 49. fs33XS33CS33S3 WOMEN'S CLUB WORK. , Will Their Efforts Bring This About. WAGONS, I All kind of home made candy at the Don't forget the Circle Girls candy Circle Girls candy sale, Saturday. sale ot Miss Rella Arnold's Saturday. Some men are born good, some acSale of Immuned Duroc Hogs, Apr. quire goodness and some have it thrust 3rd. J. F. Middleton,.Shelbyville,Ky. upon their tombstones. Haselden Brothers are offering some j . Easter bargains in their advertisement it prints, cut take off your hat to it on the second page of thi3 issue. Read for what it does not print. We do not it. publish all we know. The best blood lines of the Duroc hogs When Wilson took it fell known will be in good Individuals Apr. open and his lips pressed the 19th, 3rd. J.F. Middelton, Shelby ville, Ky. Psalm. Now how many know a single If you doubt that hope "springs verse of that beautiful Psalm? eternal in the human breast", conRun your business with a vim, run sider our Governor, who hopes to go to it for all it is worth, get up steam and the Senate, and perhaps to the White keep it up. When your fire begins to House. burn low, get the Record to help you Taft can congratulate himself that chunk it up by advertising. we allow our Presidents to go out with It i3 said the new governor of India- their heads on, and we would ask him na, Samuel Ralston, who is an ampli- to keep his hat on his head and not go tudinous affinity of Taft. flinging it in the ring four years hence. has asked for Mr Tafts chair, which is obviously too broad for Pres. Wilson. Washington ha3 often been in gala We object-leav- e it where it is, Ollie attire for inaugurations, but this is the James can fill it. first time she ever decorated for our enemy (?) the suffragette. IntertwinOne of our exchanges asks, "why is ed with pennant for Wilson and Marit nearly everybody who attends church shall were those emblazened "votes sits in the imikof a seat and every per- for women." National and internason who want3 to sit in that pew must tional colors of the suffragettes wer? stumble over them?" It is to get out lavished used. quickly in case of tire, we mske up our minds to protect ourselves here as the Seasonable fiction is at hand and as preacher-talk- s of fire and brimstone you read the seed catalogues remember hereafter. the tomatoes are never so large and red, the cucumbers are never so long MILLINERY OPENING. and gretn, the corn is never so early ITirill have my SDnnaiiand sweet111as it11 appears in13 the cata- -a...a mt UKauiiuru lutuca. ill M IE UCIUlllC millinery Opening On SatUr-- in other fiction you will often find" "a I worm 'n tne " feeding on the damask day March the 22nd i aiiuuugit juu nuuiu jjcyci nave Miss Rella Arnold, suspected it. the-Bibl- e, PLOWS, 5 ' jZ20T: f HARNESS, j. Br i y 111 I I ' 1 1 ?K 8 8 8 u. I! II I! I i it XI II u f A JlJf IINi fmrMiimSA H m wtk mlM tW3 Kw J&T Elw if ML i ' -- ' ,. ! . 5 Mill ISiSBftfflBHI-fiS- :, j,i.t :. I Come, Get Prices and See 8 Who Are Your Friends That Live and Let Live. W vP Larcaster. "Mr. Mayor can't you remove those horrid poles?" .Mayor Logan: "Certainly miss, if it will give you pleasure." Miss No One Will Mourn Here. Big Insurance Buggies AND An Artist Of Ability. Case Postponed. GONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. g3X33tmmmS3X3X&23C&&S33 Secretary Newman has announced that because of the depleted condition of the state treasury that no "farm train" will be run this year. This announcement will scarcely prove a source of regret to any one jn this county, first because the train "skipped" us, and in the next place because of the fact that it does not seem to have ex cited very much enthusiasm where it journeyed. To accommodate the attorneys for the defendant in the suit of the James Robinson heirs against The Equitable Life Assurance Society, the case is postponed until Saturday, March, 22nd. Brother Of Local Man 111. 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 besMn the Country., The large water tower has been observed to run over several times of late and has excited considerable speculation and comment. Do not be alarmed, it is neither accident nor negligence, Sup't. Herron allows it to, run over occasionally to rid it of the Grand Jury Bust. grease and paint which accumulated The grand jury took a recess after a three days session, and are again in during its construction. session today (Friday). The grand "Uncle Sam" Extending Service. jury under the law is allowed five days After July 1st of this year parcels for their deliberations, but they may if they so desire have as many days as post packages may be sent C. 0. D. by they consider necessary upon applica parcels post, which means that a pur tion to the court, who will grant them chase may be made away from home the time one day at a time. We hear land the money collected for it when the that the grand jury has several mat article is delivered to vou by mail, just ters under investigation and considera the same as has always been the custion and the. recess was taken in order tom with the Express Companies, who Uncle Sam seems to be fast' outrival to secure the desired witnesses. ing. Dr. Pursley Prospering, A Weighty Affair. At- Mr. Everett A. Farra of Jessamine county, a half brcther of Mr. John M Farra of this place is seriously ill of heart trouble in a Lexington hospital, and on several occasions his life has been despaired of, but he always rallied and his friends are hoping for his recov ery. "Doc" Sutton, the cartoonist for the Record, has some work in this issue which deals very delightfully with certain burning questions of a local nature. Mr. Sutton studied mask and figure drawing here during the regime of Prof. Gordon and is quite at home in tne held ot caricature. Do'nt Be Alarmed. Harness. For a few days we will make Special Prices on Buggies, Wagons and Harness. . Mrs. J. J. Pursley is here . from Suits To Measure From $16.00 to $50.00 Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We are receiving- ' - .f New Spring Goods daily. Our Spring lines will 'soon be complete, and.if you want to be dressed correctly you should call and buy your Spring Out-F- it at once, before the. stock is -- Ga. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Pf'Sanders. She reports Dr. Pursley as having just about all the business he can handle in Atlanta and that the "Dakota Jack" remedies as well as their proprietor are just about as popular in the Georgia metropolis as at home here in Lancaster However, we are strongly of the opinion that he to the call of the Halmy spring weather and will soon be back here among his host of friends who are longing to see him. E. fl. Sothera And Julia Marlowe. lanta The "Titanic", the ponderous motor vehicle thay plys between this place and Nicholasville, crushed the capstone that covers the well in front of the Kengarlan hotel. This old well has done good service in its day and should be preserved for the good it has done. This stone when replaced should be either of such .strength and durability as to bear the weight of the Titanic, or the driver of that vehicle should avoid it in the future. "Burch Back On The" Job. W. J. H0MA1TS. N These two most important dramatic stars of the English speakingworld, are broken. N Our lines for Spring are the best money can buy. Frat Clothing 'For Young Men. Perfection For Boys. .. We Drew Selby Shoes & Oxfords ' for Ladies. ' . Florsheim, Endicott Johnson ar , . and many other lines of Shoes and' Oxfords for Men. JOHN B. STETSON and KEITH BROS HATS. Monarch and Cluetts Shirts, A complete line of Ladies ready-to-weSuits, Dresses and Costumes,will be on display soon. H. T. $ , toan " to appear at the Lexington Opera House for three nights beginning Monday, March 24th. The three plays from their Shakesperean repertoire will be "Romeo and Juliet" on Monday night, "As You Like It" on Tuesday night and "Hamlet" on Wednesday ntght Many lovers of Shakespere will doubtless de sire to take advantage of this opportuBroatias. nity of witnessing three of his most The remains of Mrs. Jerry Broaddus popular plays presented by such famous were brought here from Lexington on stars. We will give the price of seats last Saturday and were interred in the in our next issue. Mrs. Broaddus before local cemetery her marriage was (iss Lovie Broaddus, A Mean Trick. a daughter of the late Thomaa BroadW Mrs. Ann "Jack" Butnside, a dependable dus, and a memby of the Record force, is off on M. Broaddus. She has a sister, Mrs. a journey. He went with Mr. W. J. William Flannery, who resides in thi3 Romans to give hinrthe benefit, of his county. Mrs. Broaddus is survived by splendid knowledge of music in buying her husband and three small children. music and instruments for the Lancas Local Warehouse Glased. ter Opera House. Jack came up to Messrs W. A. Speith and Jake Grau, tell the office force good bye, and while who have been conducting the local tohe was busily engaged in laying his fond farewells to one of the pretty bacco warehouse, have about finished compositors, the devil opened up his operations for this season, and both grip and placed therein one of the of- left Saturday for their home in Louisfice towels, everybody knows the beau- ville. They have a few crops bought ty and attractiyenAs of a printing of- which have not been delivered, but fice towel, a bar of "yaller" soap and they cannot come in until they have- a -season, and Mr. Speith will return to a crab brush, which has outlived its usefulness in, "cleaning "forms". He receive tbem. They handled in the certainly will not lack for toilet per neighborhood of one million pounds of tobacco here this season. quisites while he is in the city, grand-daugnter County Attorney William B. Burch in jured in an automobile accident while returning from Lexington recently is back at work, we will not say that he is able to be back at work, for his injured leg is still in a plaster cast, but with the indomitable energy for which he has ever been noted, he has secure a wheel chair and is attending to the interests of Lincoln county. who was so seriously and painfully Good News FOR YOU. We have bought a bunch of nice young fat beaves. You can rest assured of get-tin- g meat that you can eat if you buy it of us. DAVIDSON & DOTY I ' ti -. JWL Z- - .V. ? v - is V ct " r -- .. ... I V -1 444444jtlJ1'54 , ' Spring is here and EASTER comes earliest in 90 Years before. We are ready with the latest styles in nil PHg!HggHgKgSgKggKgKg $1.00 521SI23 aasaMamgrca xl$"3K$4$x$s'$4S'S' iss BaKrH6ssara-assEK- aaaaa5A"fegJtgJsJ?3xaaa'?-:- a 4NB USTER B LADIES FINE FOOT WEAR f For Spring and Easter wear. All the New Toes, Leathers, Heels, Etc. See show window and pick your Style. a-- t&OOH5ttOa040$O3S incorporated. JAS W a year. Kj, Press Association and SMITH, House 0?0$$5HSaSKS3'K Of Quality nsssssssEgS355g wwksswwewsvS'W.: iwkwsws The Central Record Issued Weekly. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the Tost Office in Lancaster, Mull Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 14, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 ""or County Offices For For For For State and District Calls, per line Cards, per line Offices 10.00 15.00 10 10 all publications in the inter est of individuals or Obituaries, per line expression of individual views, per '. line 10 05 We are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic Nominations. For State Senator. CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. Of Boyle County. For Representative. JOHN M. FARRA. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. 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. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. The New 'Cabinet. From the outlook of the moment, President Wilson has manifested excell ent judgment in the choice of his cabinet. .Few of the members are unknown quantities. In some une or more capacities, in their home places if not in the public eye of the nation, all of them 'have been tested and proved. They are all'men of strong personalities and should be able to discharge the high duties imposed in them with ability. Mr. Wilson could have made no wiser selection of his chief cabinet officer. Secretary of State, because no greater or far seeing statesman was ever produced in the United States than William J. Bryan. Hi3 loyalty to the people and to his country, is unquestioned, he is popular, his democracy is vouched for by millions of democrats and to "have left him out of the cabin jt, woulbfbave caused a divided party. He is conservative, but in all matters be tween this country and foreign powers, we believe he will stand firm for the rights of this country. Mr. Bryan us though, will not dominate the adminis- that the President will adopt a plan Farming Between Times. The Passing Show. To Our Correspondents. Tha Filter. tration, President Wilson will be the which is calculated to materially is utilizing every possible The farmer man behind the gun. Besides that, the facilitate the hitherto tardy methods of A small cavalcade consisting of several, All letters from correspondents should spring state department is under the immedi- Congress. It is said that the President moment to catch up with his ground be in the Record office not lator than Prof. E. H. Mark, of Bowling Green dilapidated wagons, a moth eaten grizzly work. Last week when the Ky., State Sanitary Engineer, was here I (?) bear, a disreputable looking MexicaB will take a hand himself in framing ate supervision of the President. slightly during the night Tuesday morning of each week. Our la3t week and inspected William G. McAdoo, Secretary of the measures, not that he will actually would freeze the new filter greaser, who claimed to be an indian, work in the compiling room is arranged impossible to plow in Treasury, is a business man of wide draft bills,, or assist in the drafting of so as to render it to this end and when they fail to arrive at the water works, about which there and his equally disreputable looking early morning, they would busy Prof, wife, blew into town last week and experience, and although associated them, but that he will consult with the the the work has been so much comment. with other duties until the in time Bit disarranges with Wall St. rather intimately, these leaders in regard to proposed legislation themSelves considerably. Correspondents .will bear Mark pronounced the filter as it now camped on a lot in the outskirts. It middle of 'the forenoon, when they His and will lend the weight of the stands as utterly useless and wholly in- -' was quietly whispered around that a associations are above reproach. wquld get busy and plow until night, this in mind and endeavor to get their adequate to perform the work expected hoochee coochee dance made up part of proposed the to business training and associations, administration in this manner they would succeed letters in promptly. and should give him equipment for his work measures. The rumor also has it that and required of it. He stated that the the performance, but even thfa in getting considerable of the ground filter in so far as the principle of its information did not suffice to attract a in the treasury department. he will include Progressive Republicans Alverson Saved. broken. construction wa3 concerned was all crowd, and despairing of doing any Attorney General McReynolds, one in the proposed conferences, thus of the four Southerners in the cabinet, assuring of measures by having them The fortunes of Editor Jesje Alver- right, but was rendered useless because business here they folded their tent and Mail Route Again Changes Hands. will probably prove one of the strongagreed upon before they are offered for hiked. Such aggregations really shou'd son of the Anderson News, which have of its size. Mr. W. A. Arnold has sold the U. S. est members of President Wilson's poli- passage. been placed in jeopardy by the filing of We are glad to be able to state how- be punished for vagrancy, but other star route between this place and several suits against him by county of- ever that we are reliably informed places are like Lancaster ar.d are better tical family. As a prosecutor of trusts, Nicholasville to Mr. Farley of Bryants-villhe has given proof of his ability; the ficials of Anderson county, have been that there is enough of the fund voted satisfied to see them leave than to goto We have heard a good deal of late of and the latter gentleman has as were, ability of a'sound lawyer. snatched as brands from for the water works improvement yet the trouble and expense of punising it newspaper men seeking to break into reverted to the old way of carrying it, With a record of fourteen years in the political arena, but it remains for the burning. Mr. Alverson has pub- remaining to put in a filter that will them. congress, and as a member of the Com- clever A. D. Miller of the Richmond by carriage. The experience of those lished an article in his paper setting give satisfaction, and that this will be mittee on Appropriations, Representive Climax to have the political bee seek who have made the attempt is that forth that the information received by done at once, and the work will be comWe Will Miss Him. Burleson of Texas, should be well post- him. The good people of Madison coun- another automobile line besides the him upon which he based the article pleted before the coming of warm "Titanic" to Nicholasville is not from which the suit resulted, he has weather and the necessity for becon -' ed on the inner workings of the Gov- ty are anxious that he represent MadiVernon Richardson has hearkened to it ernment. and his appointment as Post son county in the Kentucky legislature, profitable, and that ft is much cheaper since found to be incorrect, and that . urgent. The present filter will become the call of politics and his place in cen to transport the mail by carriage master General meets with approval. the article was published without mal- a "unit of a new and commodious tral Kentucky journalism will be vacand they have given voice to their wishMr. Garrison is a lawyer of distinc- es in the form of a call, and it seems and horse. ice. The suits have been withdrawn one, one of sufficient size and capacity ant at least for awhile. Mr. Richardtion, and has gained much judicial dis that they are disinclined to take no for and all is serene between the clever to meet all demands made upon it. son goes to Washington to accept the Arnold Gets Change 01 Venue. tinction as Chancellor of New Jersey. an answer. It is to be hoped that Mr. editor and the aforesaid officials. Prof. Marks will at once furnish plans responsible position of secretary to The post that he has been appointed to, Miller will heed the call and will make J Newton Arnold who killed Hon. Harry and specifications for the construction Senator James, a position which he is that of Secretary of War, is an impor- the race, and if what we hear is true, Bailey at Cynthiana recently, has been of the proposed filter, and in his opinion eminently qualified to fill. Gifted with Long Working Hours. tant one, and will give him ample his nomination and election is assured. granted a change of venue to Pendleton it can be constructed with the means at the manners of a Chesterfield and the chance to show his administrative abil- Certainly they could pick upon no more county, and his trial will be held at tact of the finished diplomat, he will From every section of the country the disposal of the city. ity. high minded and capable gentleman. Falmouth at the April term of court. there are pouring in today appeals to It is of course muchly to be deplored nnt nnli h nrenared to attend to th The appointment of Josephus Daniels Mr. L. B. Herrington who has so ably In the circuit court at Cynthiana last take up the long work hours aud low that the city was put to the expense of naiifil .liitioQ iTHnmliont nn n KP("Tptnrv of North Carolina as Secretary of the represented Madison county, has declin- Friday the affidavits of several wages of women, girls and children. building the filter only to findituseless, but he will be able to aqt as a buffer reputable citizens of Harrison county Navy, is by far the most popular ap- ed to stand for and the peoThe revelations in the Chicago probe but that matter is not to be remedied, for the big Senator and to impress thf pointment of all. No one has done ple have hit upon the best possible man were submitted stating that in their have stirred the pople to an extent and we are indeed glad to know that we insistent callers with the idea that he morefor the party, and his appoint- to succeed him, provided they can pre- opinion Arnold could not have a fair and seldom reached. Some girls were found are yet to have a filter fully adequate is conferring a favor on them by refusimpartial trial in Harrison county where ment comes as a reward for "a good vail upon him to make the race. to be working from twelve to fourteen to the city's requirements. The water ing them to be ushered into the presthe crime was committed. Hon. Edwin and faithfui servant". hours a day at very low wages, of in its present condition is good for all ence of Senator James. P. Morrow represents Arnold. David Houston, of Missouri, as Seccourse Lancaster has no such cases as purposes, being clear and pure, and it Washington seems to have a penretary of Agriculture, is the right man Two Verdicts Of Acquittal In Circuit this, but there is hardly a community will remain Th such condition for some chant for Danville newspaper men: At Olympia Springs June 9th. in the right place. He was once a far in the nation where investigations are time, or until the coming of the heated Hon. John W. Yerke3 when he was mer and a teacher of young men. To The Executive Committee of the Ken- not in progress, and it may well come season, by which time it is fully expec- Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Court. teach men how to farm rightly is one of tucky Press Association in session in up as business before any club or or ted that the city will'have completed a having taken Harry Giovanolli into his the duties of Secty. of Agriculture. In the Garrard circuit court this week Louisville last Friday deciced that the ganization, no telling what you might filter, which under the supervision and office, thereby depriving the newspaper , Mr. Franklin Lane of California, as two prisoners charged with murder re- annual meeting of the Association for find, even here in Lancaster, if you advice of Prof. Marks will world in thi3 particular locality of one meet all Secty of Interior, should prove a strong ceived acquittal verdicts at the hands this year should be held at Olympia look for it. of its brightest stars. man. His views on the regulations of of juries. Moses Cottrell who on Feb. Springs. Bath county on June railroads, expressed while a member of ruary 13, 1912, at his home in this city Messrs Desha Breckinridge of the Lex Commerce Commission cut William H. Ward, as the result of ington Herald, Louis Landram, Danville the Inter-Stat- e are entirely in sympathy with Mr. WilWard died a few weeks later, Messenger and Jim Allen of the Cynson. had his trial on Wednesday, and after thiana Democrat-wer- e appointed on the William Redfield, of New York, the but a short deliberation the jury return- programme comittee, and it is safe" to new Sect'y of Commerce, is, like Mr. ed a verdict of not guilty. say that these three hustlers will have McAdoo, a man of business. His speechPercy Hager who was charged with something new and novel for the es on the tariff during the campaigns having shot and killed his brother, Wm entertainment of the crowd which will were considered the most valuable of Hager was also found not guilty. The gather in June. any on this subject. latter tragedy took place near Bryants-vill- e William B. Wilson of Pennsylvania, on Sept 22, 1912 at the home of Spring Is Upon Us. the new secretary of the newly created the Hagers. There weie no eye wit- Spring is rapidly approaching, and office, the Department of Labor, seems nesses.and the testimony was wholly we are carefully nourishing the promise to have met with approval throughout circumstantial. of the building of sidewalks. We sinthe party. How the new department cerely hope that the City Council has 1 will act in regard to the Union Labor Barn Burners Convicted. amicably arranged their family affairs, question remains to be seen. which has taken up so much time here Both the administration and its ad6 Knives, 6 Tea Spoons, 6 Forks, 6 Table Spoons. Regular price uarn uurmng in uarrara county is a of late, and are about ready to put visors undertake their large task under dangerous operation, as Othel East and " into effect the sidewalk ordinance. extremely favorable auspices. Both Luther Simpson have found out to their There are many sidewalks which are the President and the cabinet have the sorrow. There is not a more dastardly but good wishes of the people, irrespective crime in the calender than this offense, not only becoming impassable, dangerous, and there are other pit of partisanship. and every citizen of the county will re falls which beset the unwary pedesjoice that these men who committed trian which need the attention of the tnis crime are to suffer the penalty of city dads, and which Four Years Of Silence. 6 Knives, 6 Tea Spoons, 6 forks, 6 Table Spoons. Regular Price wehope will rethe law for their nefarious work, not a When a takes the citizen in the county but will rejoice ceive it in the near future. oath of office, he usually relapses into that the officers of the law were unre Wreck On L & N Near Richmond. a state of coma for four years-fou- r mitting in their efforts to. convict and Maryears of silence. that the conviction will be a warning to L & N train No. 38, a fast passenger shall is not expected to break the pre- any other person who might have a like train between Cincinnati and Knox cedents of his predecessors by saying tendency. ville was wrecked near White's Station 6 Knives and 6 Forks guaranteed 3 years, packed in black case, satin anything, and his inaugural address to The barn of Jess Simpson was burned Sunday afternoon and the passengers the senate will probably be the last and the finger of suspicion pointed miraculously escaped injury. lined. Regular price The heard of him, for four years, at any strongly toward the above named men train was a double header and both rate. There was something in that in- as the incendiaries; local officers began engines left the track and also, all the augural address which was very re- investigations and were, aided by rep- coaches, the latter turning bottom- - upfreshing, very novel, very humorous resentatives of the State Fire Marshal's ward. The accident was supposed to 6 Knives arid 6 Forks, fancy pattern, standard plate, nicely packed. almost boyish, but at the last, his office; after the arrest of the men, have been caused by spreading rails. speech i3 full of sound judgment and Othel East confessed. All this happen- Six of the tram crew were injured but Regular Price force of character. His mention of the ed a year ago. Both men were on bond none seriously. Traffic was delayed Panama Canal tolls, and the attitude to appear before the circuit court, when for some time, and the passenger of the outgoing administration to the East, the Commonwealth's witness fled trains were sent through here and via . Latin American Republics cannot be the state. Local officers succeeded in Richmond and Rowland until the wreck mistaken; "If any one in the name of locating him in" Indiana, and he was was cleared." 6 Knives and 6 Forks, 12 penny weight. Regular price the American people, either in viola- brought back here to stand trial. Easter sale ( tion of treaty obligations or the mani- County AttorAV Robinson with the delt Acquitted. fest purpose of the Monroe Doctrine, aid of Cap't Thomas Helm and Cap't Henry Burdett, who some weeks (feol 6'Knives and 6 Forks, hollow handle, extra heavy plate, guaranteed 5 years. Price $10.00 has taken aught while this body was Jordon Peel, Assistant Fire Marshals was compelled to kill a man named deliberating it is your duty to ascertain and Sheriff Ballard and Deputy C. A. Jobn Easter sale y Elkin at Burgin, while attemptall facts thereto, and it wrong or in Robinson, had succeeded in gathering ing to make an arrest, was acquitted justice has been done, even to the together sufficient evidence to be sure Six Tea Spoons, special pattern. Regular price $3.00 Easter Sale $2.37. at his examining trial in Harrodsburg humblest Republic, let this people be of a conyiction and when the cases were last week.-- Mr. Burdett is town MarSix Table spoons. Special patterns. Regular Price $6.00 Easter Sale $4.69. brave enough and sufficiently honest to called for trial this week a conviction shal at Burgin. make reparation. The real greatness was had in two cases against East and 100 sets of Table &. Tea Spoons, good, heavy silver plate. 6 tea spoons 75c,6 table spoons 9Cc Henry Burdett is a native of Garrard of the Republic rests upon its unsullied one against Simpson. East and Simp county, and lived in the county all his Solid Silver Table Spoons. Regular price $16.50 Easter Sale $10.98. honor, and it is the duty of this body son were convicted jointly of the burn- life until recently he moved to Burgin. Solid Silver Table Spoons. Regular price $17.50 Easter Sale $11.48. to search down rumors of bad faith and ing of Jess Simpson's bam and given He has many friends in tnts county, rectify wrong wherever wrong is the indeterminate sentence of from one where he'was always a good citizen, to six years in the penetentiary, and and while they are exceedingly sorry East was convicted m another case for that he was so unfortunate as to be Friends who have conferred with attempting to burn the barn of James compelled to take th life of bis fellow President Wilson since he was inducted Simpson and" was given the same sen- man, are glad to "know that be was ' held justifiable by into office are authority for a statement tence. the courts. e, -9th-14t- n. special EASTER SALE Oak Chest of Silver. 10 Days Silver Ware. No. $16.50 Easter Sale $11.98. No. 2 Oak Chest of Silver. $10. Vice-Preside- nt Vice-Preside- nt Easter Sale $6.98. Haselden Bros. 16penny weight $7.00 Easter Sala, $4.79 $6.00 Easter Safe $3.98. ' $1.98. $3.50. $7.48. HASELDEN BEOS. V v v. 1 U &?- -. dfg..-ygj-r ..y '" " .' TS - .' , '. - secuoNo.2. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. THE CENTRAIL RI LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1913. oocfixeacaaKKecKKesacaaecaKKK) sjxs5xj'Hjvsxs $&&$&$$vxww.wKK-v&vivviviv d u tf H JL&JL Section No. 2 NUMBER PURE EEL10I0A, UN1ARN1SHED DEM0CRAC1 AND aOOD'GOVERNMEN'l. 49. oso3Hes5Hsrsa.s X iwjwkwjh. f- 5'i"iitii"v,-i;r(:;.:;ii:ft:;fii:iiaft- SKHM IH iJVjiaV IVfWf OPH bm us Era wr era rss s25B Ks srssj: sf-- R i. SRS OATS E3 Pui Z 1 .1 V-- We have had our Seed Oats tested by the Lexington Experimental Station, and their report shows that they germinate This is the kind to sow, and you can find them at our place. Before you buy your oats make the salesman show you their germination test, and if it is low, you don't want them. Let us save your oats out of this car until you are ready to sow. See our Clover and Timothy seed before you buy. BH PJB ELtE '4. 'i V X A r 31 iSKi! L ffisJ fcj gviifi J"-- 3 si Phone No. Es?gs&g3sK$s:.-i$-1 3 26. BALLARDS i Kl2iv OBELISK FLOUR Rape. Lancaster, Ky. Will s) 1 Pleese s V.o LI. 'StSs'JCtS-sasSbtsCrSj-i&tKtU- ; j;vHrsgsKs--i4yrs3x- ' Thomas A. Edison's talking motion The following bulletin issued by the The Illinois Federation has gained pictures, the recent inauguration of agricultural Uureau gives (Dlited II) The WoruausClnli) J during the past j ear one hundred clubs which created considerable enthusiasm information in detail as to the cultivation and now numbers more than lO.OOO in New York City, will be exhibited of rape. This crop has been experiment' The Owensboro inquirer has the members. this week in Louisville. The perfect ed with by Garrard county farmers who following to say about the insults synchronization of voice and action is are willing to vouch for tfie truth of the it is said that tne Indiana clubs are heaped upon the suffragettes in more and more getting away from the j Edison's achievement in the Kineto-- I bulletin. Washington March 3rd, and just as the "Rape is grown in the United States purely self culture aims and ideals and phone. It took the famous inventor editor of this paper says it only added six years to solve the problem, and he primarily as a forage plant, but in are taking up philanthropic projects. strength to the cause of the woman is now reaping the fruit of his labor. Europe it is also quite widely grown, suffrage The Iowa Federation has a scholar- Subjects that have heretofore been mainly for the production of oil from "The hoodlums of Washington who ship fund with which young women aie meaningless in pictorial entertainment the seeds. This oil is used for illuminatmade themselves obnoxious to the aided in getting an education. can be vested with consuming interest, ing purposes, for table use and for suffragette marchers no doubt thought and the inventor's prophecy is that the A Kansas club woman says that Kinetophone will revolutionize the lubrication. Rape belongs to the they would bring discredit upon the cabbage family and has the fleshy charsuffrage for women movement, but in- since their women can now speak quiet- moving picture business of the world. acter of the leaf of cabbage. In shape ly but positively through the ballot, the No stead they brought dishonor upon other known product of the genius and general appearance the leaves themselves, if it is possible for a gang opportunity for public service through of Thomas A. Edison has attracted as resemble those of the rutabaga or stock of unrefined and vile ruffians to bring club extension is just dawning, and much interest as the talking motion turnip, but the roots those of further disgrace upon themselves, even adds: Who said "when the tide of wo- pictures, and it is expected to score a cabbago. The leaves are likevery grow rank men's club activitiy was at it height?" record hit with local audiences. though by stuJied and premeditated and are sweet and tender. The plants effort. grow to a height of one to four feet, The Massachusetts Federation is acThis disgraceful conduct occurred at tively interested in the great To Mark Boone's Trail. depending upon soil and season. world Cardui has been a popular the national capital, and in no city of movement for sustitution of law for The principal uses of rape for forage Cure Dandruff for 50 cts.g The Courier Journal of February 3rd. success for over 50 years. the whole land could it have taken war in the settlement of international contained a historical sketch of the life are for pasturage or soiling for sheep, place would it have added so much disputes. The Missouri clubs are also of Daniel Boone That's Cheap Enough for Any one. and of the early history hogs and sometimes cattle. It is of strength to the cause of woman suf- interested in the peace movement. of the Boone way and of the Wilder- course, impossible to cure rape so that frage. s easy, and you take no 11 it may be used for hay, neither is it to It E. McRoberts & Son risk. Go The conduct of the hoodlums was R. The Middlesboro News Record has ness Road. the drugsatisfactory for silage purposes. When The Boone trail extends from Boone's brutal, and instead of suppressing the following to say in regard to the gist, and get a large 50 cent these dastardly scoundrels in their) Woman's Club of that city and we hope home near Raleigh, N. C. to Boones-boroug- pastured the stock should be turned on bottle of PARISIAN Sage, the germ j Ky but the "Old Wilderness wnen me plants leacn tne proper size, killing hair restorer. outrageous conduct, it is alleged that quite a number of Lancaster women j the Washington police aided and abetted j will be among that 150 spoken of in Road" proper began at Sycamore usually six to eight weeks. After it If it does not cure dandruff in tw Tonic Shoals, Tenn. and extended to Cumber-berlan- d is eaten down very closely the stock weei:s may win give you your memtn them, that some of the most infamous this article; j should be removed in order to give the Gap. insults offered to girls in the parade Mrs. Lula Walden, of back. "The regular meeting The Daughters of the American plant an opportunity to send up new were by policemen, They should be of the Woman's Club will be held PARISIAN Sage is a pleasant, daintGramlin, S. C, followed d smissed from the police force in March 10 at the City Hall. As this is Revolution of thefourstates Kentucky, leaves. If handled in this way a tield ily perfumed tonic and hair grower. It this advice. Read her Iet- i disgrace. The idea of such creatures one of the most important meetings in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina will furnish pasturage for a long pel iod. is guaranteed to stop falling hair or 'fS ter: i was so weak. When used for suiting purposes, that itching of the scalp, and to cure all disprotecting the people and enforcing the the year, it being the election of of- propose to have markers of boulders j when I first began to take with a bronze tablet on each placed is, cut and led, rape should not be cut eases of the scalp and hair. law. A woman under their care would ficers, every member is requested to be M Cardui, that it tired me to be as unsafe as if she were to attempt present The official board meets at every ten miles along the whole length too closely or it will be killed. If cut PARISIAN Sage has many imitators Everything for Orchard, Lawn and of the "Boone's Trail". from 4 to 5 inches high three cuttings to walk the streets-- , of the tenderloin of 2:30. walk just a little. Now, I get the genuine. Giroux Mfg. Co., Garden. At a recent convention of the Tenn- can often be secured. a large city, without a strong escort, Buffalo. N. Y., American Maker3. The members of the club are glad to can do all the general essee Daughters in Memphis Miss Mary after midnight. When sheep or cattle are turned on know thtt their permanent headWrite for free Catalogue. No Agts. housework a family of In large cities the police and fire de quarters, a beautiful room in the west Boyce Temple, of Knoxville, who had rape it is well to give them some dry Plans Of 9." Try Cardui for your partment are usually in control, be- - ! end of the new library, is nearing been made chairman of the State Com- feed previously or they may bloat seriThe plans of the late and almost la troubles. It may be the cause they control the hoodlum ele- completion. A home of their own has mittee having the movement on foot, ously, especially if the rape is wet ment. They hold their positions by been the desire of the club since thev by Miss Murfree, the state regent, Hogs are not affected, however, and mented good natured President, follow H.F.Hillenmeyer H Sons. remedy you need. reason of the support of the hoodlum were organized and they hope to be submitted a detailed report of the plans can be turned on at any time. The ing his retirement from ofhcial life at Lexington. Kentucky vote. If women were allowed to vote established before the meeting of the for carrying out the enterprise. greatest danger from bloating occurs Washingtou, as announced, are happily Miss Murfree, who i3 a noted novelist when first turning on the pasture, for consonant with the dignity of the place many a Dig city would pass from un-- 1 Federation in June, an event that der the domination of the hoodlum means much to our city, also the plea- writing under the name of Charle3 after stock become accustomed to feed- which he held and that which falls by His element, and men who had no greater sure and benefit of having 150 of Ken Egbert Craddock, stories of the Ten- ing on it they can be turned directly on inheritance to our recommendation for appointment to tucky's most intellectual and charming nessee and North Carolina mountains, rape without much danger. Stock will acceptance of the chair of professor at is especially anxious to have the pro- sometimes refuse to eat rape readily at Yale University is entirely appropriate. effiee on the police force than their women with us." ject brought to a successful conclusion first, but they soon learn to relish pull with hoodlums would not be reca it In a yet broader way, the project ofand and that due honor might be given to If fed to dairy cattle, rape should be world tour is admirable. Grant ognized, and men of honor and soAnother Dance. the intrepid pioneer. briety would be put on guard to profed after the milking period, otherwise Roosevelt established precedents for The inception of this idea of marking the milk is liable to have a cabbage such a period of relaxation. Gen. Grant tect the people from the depraved There's the turkey trot, the Boone's Trail was by Mrs. Lindsey flavor. Rape is very palatable and made his memorable journey in the portion of the population. And,the bunny hug. Patteison, of Winston-SaleThe most disgraceful incident fol- And the naughty grizzly bar, N. C. makes a splendid feed to use in connec- capacity of a military hero as well as whose birthplace is near Cumberland tion with grain for fattening hogs and that of an honored American citizen. lowing the hoodlum outbreak Monday And the serpentine glide, Gap. was the remark cf Representative And the bide step slide, cheaply grown and Col. Roosevelt ravaged the wilds of It is the intention of the promoters sheep. It is very many cases greatly Africa as a mighty hunter and pickeled will almost raise your hair. Mann of Illinois reflecting upon a That its use will in to have this enterprise completed in and stuffed the spoils of his gun for mother whose daughter was grossly There's the waltz serene . October 1913, during the progress of cheapen meat production. Those who exibition in museum collections. PresiAnd the two step seen. insulted by an indecent remark by a have grown it are very enthusiastic in the Conservation Exposition at KnoxWashington policeman who climbed on But of all this great hodge-dodg- e its praise and consider it their most dent Taft, as now proposed, intends to There's none that requires such a fleet ville and have a joint celebration at the profitable crop. It is not suitable for make the tour of the world as representhe float beside the young woman. No completion of the marking at Cumber foot tative of the purpose of universal peace doubt there is a big hoodlum vote in land Gap, of the Daughters of the tour feeding alone, for although very nutri- - which inspires the American people. As the automobile dodge. Mr Mann's district. tious it contains a large amount of wat- states. We could send no better representive of Probably the most disgraceful feawould er It is sincerely hoped that the efforts of and great arequire the consumption peace than our good natured The Day 01 Wheels. ture during the parade was the retoo bulk in order to satisfy as outlined above will be crowned with ! who has shown, both by precept marks so vile, applied to ladies in the This i3 the day of wheels, either the success, and surely no better time of i the animal. . parade, by a bunch of toughs near the and example, that he is with Grant in . . Hape requires rich land, m fact it his motorcielp or the automo- the year could be chosen for such a reviewing stand occupied by Mrs. Taft bvcicle, the notable exclamation; "Let Us Have cannot be too rich. The addition of and other ladies, that the wife of the bile. If you dont beleive it try walking celebration than the month of October Peace. out some balmy afternoon. Friend when the first tentative essays of the manure and in some cases, nitrogenous president and her guests had to leave the stand and cease viewing the parade. after friend rushes" b and wavescheer- -' handiwork of Jack Frost have chanced fertilizers, is necessary to give the TolCongress promises a thorough inves- - fully at you. A stranger tears a long the green foliage of the frowning cliffs maximum yield. The land for rape Only Unwise People jagged hole in the atmosphere with a or tne binnacle into a variegated man- i should be well prepared and finely pul tigation of the Washington police deerate CATARRH. partment and heaven knows it needs magnificent touring car, then another tle of rioting colors which quivers and yenzea. ine seed may be sown very "I've cold them because my reputation as a what might be called "a undulates with every passing breeze early and until as late as August It Here is a sure way to get rid of . passes in it dealer was at stake and from experience I have found prehistoric band wagon", but he is and becomes a shimmering sea of kalei- takes a rather hard freeze to injure Catarrh; hawking, snuffling, and all While the ladies in the parade had to that Studebaker means the best" suffer great indignities at the hands of getting there all the same. Then comes doscopic patterns of surpassing beauty. rape and it will furnish pasturage un- misery caused by the Catarrh germs. That lelia the Story. til nearly Christmas if late plantings the motorcyclist and by that time you Middlesboro and Cumberland Gap are Get a HYOMEI outfit today, follow Farmers bou3ht Studebater a lot of brutal men. it has won for them waSons before the Cvil war have resolved to get off the earth, move honored with a number of ladies who are maJe II is usua"y larSe enough the instructions and breathe five times and they have been buying them ever since. inousanas or supporters or the cause to Mars, or get on top of some sort of are members of the Daughters of the to pasture in tour to eight weeks. confidene: n the name StudeDaker and in Y, a day deep into your lungs the germ which they represent" the s.urdy. dependable wagons and buggies they build. a wheel. Rape seeds are very small, about like killing air through the little inhaler. American Revolution who would, unAnd that confidence has been upheld. Studebaker wagons doubtedly, use every means within black mustard seed. Three to five At night just before going to bed use Other Stale Federations. arebuiUonhonorandtheStudebakerguaranteegoeswith every one. - Best For Skin Diseases, 1 here s a Studebaker for your their power to further this worthy un- pounds are sufficient to sow an acre. the vapor treatment as directed. This needs whether you live in city, town or country. The Woman's Club of Athens, Ga., dertaking. Middlesboro Record. It may be sown broad cast and harrow- treatment is i prescribed by the best Nearly every skin disease yields has undertaken to build and maintain ed in lightly or covered with" a brush Catarrh Specialists in America and EuFarm Waffoas Business Wago&s Trucks Surrey Buggies a mountain settlement school as a me- quickly and permanently to Bucklen's as is sometimes done with turnip seed. rope to destroy Catarrh germs. Are You Cousb'paled? feny Carriages Dump Carts Contractors Wagons morial to their State Federation presi- Arnica Salve, and nothing is better Sowing in drills about 24 inche3 apart Booth's HYOMEI is Australian Sta 11eHlef llanles aIo as well and carefully mada dent, Mrs. H. C. White, who died sud- for burns or bruises. Soothes and If so, get a box of Dr. King's New is considered by many the best way to Eucalpytus and other splendid 'antisepas Studebaker vehicles. heals. John Deve. of Gladwin. Mich. Life Pills, take them regulary and plant denly not long since. it It is claimed that stock will tics. A complete outfit which includes says, after suffering twelve years with your trouble will quickly disappear. not tramp the plants as badly when inhaler is See our Dealer or Write us. $1.00; separate bottles, if the A former Kentucky woman, Mrs. skin ailments and spending ?400 in doc- - j They will stimulate " the liver, improve sown this wayt' as they have a tendency first does not entirely cure, can be obSTUDEBAKER "William Hocker. of Ocala, Fla., has tor's bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve' your digestion South Bend, Ind. and get rid of all the to keep CH,CAC0 DALLAS KANSAS CITY just been chosen president of that cured him. It will help you. Only 25c poisons from your system. They wil sowing between the rows. In addition tained for 50 cents, and money back DENVBK SALT LAKE oxv in drills allows for cultivation from R. E. McRoberts & Son if you are SAN rBANQSCO PORTLAND, ORI. State Federation. Under her leader- Kecommended by R. E. McRoberts & surely get vou well again 25c at R. and in weedy land this is, of course, an dissatisfied, ship the women are working for legis Son. i-E. McRoberts & Son. advantage. Rape can be used as a Just breathe it no stomach dosing. , j I he Womans Club lative reforms with great energy and zeal. Kinelophone. -- Lat-- st catch crop in many cases to advantage. Horror. "ETery raarninF," observed the doc-ta- r, By disking land after the removal of "over ray coffee, I see in the newswheat or oats and sowing rape, some paper an account of some motor car Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. good fall pasture can often be secured. rinritttoiar ' JVas '" nir! thn nrnfpSKnrrt i Rape can be sown in oata about 3 AltKIVE. "that's the auto crash, of your break-- I weeks after the oats are up and not inNo 10; 5:15 a. m. fact tab'.c." terfere with the growth of tho oats to Connection to Lexington and Cincinnati any great extent. After the removal No 71; 8:25 a. m. of the oats, the rape grows rapidly and VL JA" U." V IHia Stanford and connection South. quickly furnishes good pasture. The seed are sown broadcast and covured No2S: 111 . m. with a harrow. If care is taken the Richmond, connection to Lex and Cin. young oats will be injured very little. No 70; 11:50 a. m. Rape may also ba sown in corn at the If weak, you need Cardui, last cultivation and furnish late fall Richmond, con to Lex, & Cin fa-- t ..rain the woman's tonic. Cardui pasture. No 27; 2:09 p. m. There i3 but one variety widely is made from gentle herbs. Louisville, Ky. grown in this country. This is the jf acts in a natural manner, No S; S:45 p. m. Dwarf Essex. Seed can be secured of ig and has no bad results, as Stanford anil South. almost any seedsman. It should all some of the strong drugs ways be bought by samples and tested sometimes used. As a medfor germination before being accepted. icine a tonic for weak, The seed costs from seven to ten cents per pound. tired, worn-o- ut women, L. & N. Ua&SLHi m iiii! & OrnamSlita! STRAWBERRIES, S l M jO to-da- y, h, isf4Priaiuui The Woman's 0 1 j semi-monthl- y Shrubs, Asparagus, J Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros' es Phlox. Etc. m m ( ' ! "I've been selling Studebaker Wagons and Buggies for tsj ,lu years. a 1ni J?r,e m 1-- m .. j.,- - - v,.,. ga && rMiniJlutxssiM(S Pursley's ) I Composed of Roots, Herbs, YELL pESERVED State University News. BUCKKYE. 9H liai FOR and Barks, for all WX The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA. JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. 45 TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy 1 Liniment All on sale at for all Pain, Deafness, Burns. Stings 25cts per Bottle. Sprains Etc. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. CREME SOAP. J. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kulflman & Son, Lowell, Ky. The W. C. T. U. of Lexington gave The Praise That Comes From Thankfu The weather is fine and the farmers in behalf of the temperance movement are quite busy. Lancaster People. a very instructive entertainment at Miss Ruth Ray opened a profitable One kidney remedy has known merit the opera house Sat. March 1. The i members of this great movement were school here on last Monday. Lancaster people rely upon it. remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. four young ladies and four young gen Mrs. Dr. Gilbert left Wednesday to That Eachi spend a few days in Louisville. Lancaster testimony proves itreliable tlemen of State University. Mrs. i. vv. rumpnrey, uanvme gt. j Participant had a declamation, each Miss Cordelia Ray who has been quit Lancaster, Ky, says: "My experience following in order of the central sick for some time is improving slowly. Uniwith Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to thought of the main theme. The Miss Katie Mae Dickerson of Rich say that they live up to the claims made versity glee club furnished the music, for them. I suffered a great deal from this was not only very entertaining but mond is visiting her sister Mrs. George Ray. backache and could not sleep well. On very instructive. The law school of State University several occasions my back became so Mattie and Willie Kersey of Madison painful and weak that I was unable to entered a triangular debating associa- are visiting their aunt Mrs. Jennie tion with the law schools of Indianaattend to my housework. Being advisBroaddus. ed to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, polis and Cincinnati. Last Thursday We are sorry to report that Mrs. evening we sent one team to IndianaI did so, procuring a supply atFrisbie's Mary Burton who ha3 been sick for Drug Store, (now R. E. McRoberts & polis and the other team met the team in the University chapel some time continues quite ill. Son's Store). They helped me from we won at Indianapolis and tied the the first and I was soon relieved". A. C. Miles bought of Preston Sny "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great Cincinnati team at home these organi der 5 yearling cattle at $24.00 each medicine. They promptly relieved me zations are creating much interest any one cow and calf for $60. and I gladly confirm what I said some throughout the law schools. Rev. H. M. DeMoss of Louisville Dr. Pointus who, has been working years ago recommending them." filled his appointment here on last Sun For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. for the Experiment Station has returnday, he preached a very profitable dis Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York ed to Lancaster to take up his practice course on bunuay morning and made a again in veterinary science. sole agents for the United States. Prof J. T. C. Noe who is well known very instructive talk to the young men Remember the name Doan's and " in most counties for his work in in- on Sunday night. The church extendtake no other. stitutes has just returned from Phila- ed a call to him and should he accept delphia where he has been attending tne charge we do hope that by the Not an Appetizing Thought. help of the Lord that he will be a Electricity may be a nourishing an educational meeting. great blessing to the church and the passThe basket ball season has just food, but Imagine going into a restauchurch a blessing to him. ordering a volt smothered In ed the State girls winning the chamrant and pionship over the Louisville girls. onions. Cin-cind- I Hog Cholera REMEDIES. can be cured by the use of either HALLS or SNODDY'S We have the sale of both. R. E. McRoberts & Son, f Lancaster, Kentucky B. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1S83. C. B. Wilson. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE PlfcEAUHEltSYLLIiK. Mrs. J. H. Thompson cut.her hand while slicing meat. Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and sister, Miss Flossie May .Sutton, of Bryantsville, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Gertrude Adams has returned home after a pleasant visit to her uncle, Mr. William Naylor, near Stanford. Mr. S. N. Gill is quite sick of bronchial pneumonia. James and 1 nomas, his two sons, are also under the weather. Rev. E. B. English, pastor of the Baptist church here, will fill his pulpit Saturday P. M., Sunday morning and Sunday evening. Rev. George C. Cromer delivered a steroptican lecture at the Baptistchurch Sunday evening after the conclusion of the B. Y. P. U. Rev. Cromer is the founder of the All Prayer Foundlings, Home in Louisville. The lecture was heard by a large and appreciative audience who were greatly intersted in the pictures of the bright young babies in the Home. May God prosper his noble work. Mr. Jones L. Anderson got his arm and hand badly crushed, besides sustaining numerous other injuries, when a team of mules which he was driving ran away. A colored youth, who was also on the wagon at the time, was slightly injured. The wagon was demolished. The team was stopped by Mr. Fado Parkes near his blacksmith shop. It occured just as the pupils at Miss Wilson's school were assembling for the day and it was very lucky that none of them happened to be in the way of the flying team, or the story might have been worse. Mr. Jesse B. Sartain, the popular and efficient carrier of R. F. D. rout No. 4, out of Stanford, was taken seriously ill very suddenly just as he reached here Friday morning. He was carried to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cummins and Drs. Brown and Southard, of Stanford, were called and attended him. Mrs. Sartain was called and with other friends aided in ministering to her husbands needs. On Saturday Mr. Sartain had rallied somewhat and his physicians thought best to remove him to his home at Stanford. Mr. Henry Anderson came over from Stanford in his car and with Dr. Southard carried him home. At last accounts Mr. Sartain was resting some better. We wish this gentleman a speedy recovery to health. It has been our great pleasure to know him for about six years and. we feel able to testify as to his sterling qnalities as an official and also as a Christian gentleman. During his illness, Mr. Owsley Newland, his efficient substitute will attend to the carrying of the mail. The Cause Of Rheumatism. Money Back for any case of Best Known Cough Remedy. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. thai limrTTi;iJijSJMi!li HiKi$rei (e Citizens capital W. O. "One of the greatest mechanical geniuses d maker of a high of all times" a priced car so refers to Henry Ford whose world-fame- great accomplishment is the Ford car. You'll want the mechanically perfect Ford this se- asonand to avoid disappointment you should get it now. "Everybody is driving a Ford" more than 200,000 in service. New prices runabout $525 touring car $600 town car $800 with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. 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Get your stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy condition by taking Electric Bitters, and yon will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. Charle3 B Allen, a school priicipal, of Sylvania, Ga., who suf fered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys, writes: "All reme dies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Maybe your rheumatism pains come from stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Electric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 50c and $1.00. Recommended by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- s cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc. These handsome presents cost you nothing not one cent. They simply express our appreciation or your patronage. Remember yon still get the same big one and a half ounce sack for 5c enough to roll many cigarettes. $100 REWARD Quick-Reli- fTlk&k mkJmX only, Daring February and March vae Ultutrated catalogue or" pretenU FREE. Simply send us your name ana aaaress. Coupons from Duke's assorted with tmrs will eend our nmw Will be paid to any person having any kind of pain or ache, if Shipp'j ef Liniment fails to give instant relief and the purchase price is not refunded. Try it and see. remedy i.3 u thf m.ll wonderfulused."-Ca-pt. for pain I have ever Berry, Lexington, Ky. Mixture may te trtm HORSE SHOE, J.TTINSlV3 NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, coupons from FOUR ROSES (lOcJin double couponi, riv-f-w riUJ. MONT CIGARETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, and ether tazs or unions istuedby us. tui, Premium Dept. nlment and the pain and 1Ike nagic?Wailer w. T. n?iidlsapp?re? Lexington, Ky ,s.,th ?n,y remedy that has given me -ago. relief since I was paralyzed four years Mrs. Susan Welbom, Newburgt Ind- JZ?rTeU.evlng anes and Patna "'s Unf. pent anything ever saw." J. u Letton, Lexington, Ky. I This Hnlmetit gave almost Instant relief and has completely cured me of rheumatism."-. B. await, Paris, Ky. .;L,,sel..?lU 3 St. Louis, Ma. If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in Any Part of The Body in Fifteen Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back. ' 50c At All Druggists or Boarbon Remedy Co, Lexington, Ky. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi cal discovery of three German Scien tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description bULiAUt. is a pure specinc in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest rem edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the UARKSBIMX. root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek W. T. Doolin bought 25 sheep at 55. are the Sole U. S. Agents and have a head. Mr. T. D. Chesnut has Jbeen ill for thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from the past month. grateful people SOLACE has restored Mr. and Mrs. Turner have returned to health. Testimonial letters, literfrom a visit to relatives in upper Gar- ature and FREE BOX sent upon re- qnest rard. R. Lee Morris, president of the First Mr. and Mrs. Sam Long of Poor Ridge pike have been visiting her mother National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: Mrs. Jim Clark. "I want you to send a box of Solace Mrs. Wm Blanks who has been con- to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for fined to her room with grip since last which I enclose $1. This remedy has fall is able to be out again. been used by some friends of mine Mr. and Mrs. Mack Moore of Lexing- here and-- must say its action wa3 won(Signed) R. L. Morri3. ton have been recent visitors at the derful. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. home of Mr. Clayton Arnold. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Dr. Heffernan of Jallico Tenn who AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Ma-ha- n was at the bedside of Mrs. J. W. TAKING SOLACE. "No Special a few days ago has returned. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST Miss Biddy Siler of Jellico Tenn. is SOLACE ALONE does the work, here to be with her aunt Mrs. J. W. Write today for the free box, etc Mahan who is quite sick at this SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek. Mich. Messrs Josh and Jno. Sutton went to Lexington Tuesday in the interest of Necessity It the Mother. their tobacco crop which was taken "The boss thought he was doing a bright thing when he had the pockets there some time ago. in our Jackets starched tight," said Mr. Brice Secrest who is a "natural the e bartender. "All I did was born" musician as well as a poet has to buy a couple of union suits and composed the words and music to the pass the change down the back of my song, "I'll Meet You in Spring Time neck." Rose", which is now in print. Mr. Secrest has never studied music by the County Court Days. aid of teachers. Richmond, 1st Monday. Paris, 1st Monday. To Use Graphite Supply. Frankfort, 1st Monday. A company has been formed to ex Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. ploit the graphite deposits of Bavaria, Lexington, 2nd. Monday. which, with those of Ceylon, are said Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. to be the only ones In the world yield Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. ing graphite suitable for refractory crucibles. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. PRIZES OF $1,000 IN GOLD. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Offered By The Lexington Leader For Best Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Solutions Of Book Titles In Contest LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Game. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. The LEXINGTON LEADER is about Versailles, 4th. Monday. to begin a Booklovers Contest It is Official Directory Of Garrard County. really more of a game than a contest. as there is no solicitation or canvass Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. ing, and anybody living in Kentucky Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Em me l Par year. who takes the LEADER may compete Circnlt Clerk William B.Masonf r Prizes amounting to $1,000 in gold will Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. be awarded to those who guess the Trustee Jury Fund BenJ. F. Roblusoa. greatest number of book titles rcpre Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. sented by pictures. Following is a list County Judge A. D Ford. of the prizes: County Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. $500 in gold First Prize $100 in gold. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Second Prize Coroner J, A. Jones. Third Prize $ 50 in gold. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Fourth Prize $ 50 in gold. Deputy 8LerIfl C. A. Robinson. 7..$ 25 in gold, Snperlutendant of Schools Miss Jennie Hig Fifth Prize glrs. $ 25 in gold Sixth Prize Assessor W. S. Carrier. $ 25 in gold, Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Seventh Prize Eighth Prize $ 25 in gold, Jailer Jack Adams. Ten of $10 each $100 in gold, Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Twenty of $5 each $100 in gold. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. $1,000 in gold Total prizes 1st, DIst. Contests of this character have J. P. Bourne2nd. Dlst. Logan Ison proven intensely popularin the larger Harrison Kay 3rd, Dlst. cities all over the country, as guessing James Coldlron 4th, Dlst. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. the titles of the books is great fun and everybody has'a chance. The contest Cronley Broaddns. 1st. Dlst. will run 11 weeks, 77 pictures in all, R. D. McMnrtrj. 2nd Dlst. and the LEADER is making a special O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dlst. rate ot $1,50 for the Afternoon and, CITY OF LANCASTER. Sunday editions till June l, covering Mayor H. T. Logan. the period of the contest, the examina City Judge E. W. Harris. tion of the answers and the awarding City Attorney R. H. Tomllnson. City Clerk II. K. Uerndon. of the prizes. City Assessor Send subscriptions direct of the LEX City Treasurer John M. Mount. D. A. Thomas. INGTON LEADER, Lexington, Ky., Chief Pellce L. E. Herron. without delay, so as to start in with COUNCILMEN. the beginning of the contest If you Parker Gregory. H. C. Hamilton. want more particulars before subscrib W.M. Zanone. B.F. Waiter. ing drop a postal card to the LEADER. G. S. Greenleal. Wm. Berndon. m old-tim- years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money. J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used" For coughs or colds and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1.00 at R. E. McRoberts & Son. For oft;ancaster, ky. National Bank surplus J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- forty-thre- e s50 000. Ass't Cash'r. $40,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. P.IGNEY, r. Business Solicited. J. s. Johnson, Prompt Attention. B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. WALNUT ST. BET. FOURTH & FIFTH When in Louisville Stop at the Hotel Henry Watterson ABSOLUTELY PLAN ONLY You could not stop in a mora modem or homeliko hostelry. At the Henry "Watterson you'll find tha most exacting Service, excellent Cuisine and elegantly furnished Rooms at very moderate prices. The Cafe and Rathskeller aretha "Shoicplaces" of Louisville. ROOMJ WITH LAVATORY AND PRIVATE TOILET, $1.50 per day J2-0and SZ50 per day ROOM! WITH BATH 0 $2.50 per day SAMPLE ROOMS, WITH BATH For Reservations Address HOTEL HENRY WATTERSON, Louisville, Ky. ROBT. B. JONES. Manaser. Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotii. Ansusr (open May 1.1913), Atlanta, Ga., ucdex same management and ownership. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mgr. Born, Pimcr, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. R, DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlLL, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. JI. Elliott, Directors. The Leonard L. B. Shouse, Pres. MAIN STREET. Hotel 60. WiU Beasley, Mgr. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, - - In the heart of the shopping district. Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. - rf MMiMMHta smBWMm&MSMMBMMMmmmi&immmmi RURAL TEACHERS BODY OF TRAM? Dr. Claxton Says They Chang POULTRY RAESiNG (UfflT r ersonat Guarantee ;"a I ft Showing of all That's New In Stylish Spring Merchandise. Stocks in all departments of our store are now filled with New Spring Goods, representing a choice selection of correct styles and dependable qualities. Of special interest are Women's and Misses' Tailor-mad- e and Skirts Suits, Shirt-Wai- ts in the newest modes and materials. WORTHWHILE ? to all SMn Sufferers" In Lancaster. Wonderful Suits at $25.00 Every season we try to see how much style, quality and value we can secure in Suits to sell at $25.00 Its a price many women like to pay, and they are entitled to the very best money will buy. We certainly have some wonderful Suits this season at $25.00, which in point of style, materials, perfection of fit and general goodness far surpass any values we have ever shown. Dozens of styles in all colors, sizes and materials. Special Values at $15, $19.50, $22.50 $29.50 NEW SHIRT WAISTS Tailored Waists, at Washable Silk Waists, Voile Blouses, at Chiffon Waists, at $1.00, $1.25, $J.50 A SPECIAL VALUE Silk Messaline Petticoats at at $2.50 to $3.75 $2.00 to $7.50 $3.93 to S5.00 $1.98 In all colors and black NEW SPRING STYLES IN SHOES Pumps and Oxfords, now in. See them Welsh I & Danville, Kentucky. Wiseman Co. anaMnanrg. mi'(rm MmMmMmQXQimi0MWMmmf.mBWM "Pitisfemf It Perfect" Ejflce Easiest to Erect, looks Best, lasts Longest the Most Satisfactory Fence in the World There you have it in a nutshell. The heavily galvanized special Open Hearth Wire is unequalled in toughness, strength and durability. It is scientifically constructed and designed to meet your needs without waste, and thereby saves you money. "Pittsburgh Perfect" eliminates end Mde less repairs, and effectually stops this drain on your time, energy and purse. "Pittsburgh You can buy the present-da- y Perfect" Fence, put it up. and then forget it for years. This is true You'll spend much less money for your fencing if you always buy "Pittsburgh Perfect." fence-econom- y. in Different Stjlei for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN FVClV.. X? rA ftUU flimvnnl f4 Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "PhUlmrgh Perfect" Brndi of Barbed Wire; If you are interested In Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galranized Wire; Twitted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Staples: Poultry Netting Staple. ; Regular Wire Nail; Galranized Wire Nail.; Large Head Roofing Naila: Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Opea Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. jiifc Pittsburgh Steel Co. We havo been In Tmsiness In this town bottle will cost you nothing. You alono time, and we are looVing to to judge. trade bv alwajs adUsing our Again and again we have seen how a few drup3 of this simple wash applied :i.'rons rlff-- t. Districts Too Often. to the skin. take3 away the itch. InEo when we tell ycu that wo hav. ued at 84,481,871. fV md the eczema remedy and that wo stantly. And the cured all seem to bo stand back of it witn the manufacturer's permanent. D. D. D. Prescription made by tho Iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves Yen can depend upon it that we ;he our D. D. D. Laboratory of Chicago, 1st RESULTS IN POOR TEACHING composed of thymol, glycerine, oil oC sell a few bottle-order wintcrgroen atd otner healing. Soothlwr. SOME INTERESTING LETTERS tdvlce net In to skinto suHerfrs, cmt of medicine we know how It will help our cooling ingredients. And If you ara Just crazy with Itch, you will feet business if wo help our patrons. and the itch absolutely We keep in stock and sell, all the well soothed awaycooled,moment you applied Problem Must Be Solved if Real Strong washed the say Hut Organization of Children's Corn and known r.kln remedies.suffering we will any thid D. D. D. Work Is to Be Done In Country Disthis: If you are from We have made fast friends of Poultry Clubs Is Doing a Whole Lot l.ind of skin trouble eczema, psoriai1. than ons family by recommending mora tricts Is Hurting Children's Chances. rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a skin sufferer here this! For the Commonwealth "Education Bite bottle of D. D. V. Prescript, m and Just a Question or Two. yo-- i there to try It now And, if it does not do 'he wori. thla on ourand we want Must Be More Than Books." positive y guarantee. In a recent .address at Louisville, Ky.. R E. McRoberts & Son. Moorefleld, Ky.. Dr. P. P. Claxton, commissioner of ed- Mr. James Speed, Louisville. Jnn 17, 1913. Ky.: ucation for the United States, stated Dear Sir In ansuer to yuur letter rethat the rural teachers constituted the garding the poultry Icontest I will endeavor to tell you how becajne a prize wingreatest body of tramps known. Over ner. DO per cent of thein move to a new disFirst, I gave my county superintendent my name and told her I wanted to enter trict each school year. the Poultry club. The next thing I had Don't take Dr. Claxton's word for it. to get two settings of cgg3 of fifteen each Think of all the rural districts you from pure bred chickens. Out of the thirty eggs I hatched twenty-si- x 9 know and see how close his assertion chicks. I then put them In a placo 1 comes to fitting your own and your to themselves. Out of the tnenty-sl- x neighbor's situation on the teacher raised fifteen chickens. They were Hatred Plymouth Rocks, Ringlet strain. question. The main reason for so When It camo time for the fair I selectLife is strictly business in this old world below. much poor teaching in the country dis- ed two and took them to the fair. The reason I have not answered your letter tricts is that the teacher does not staj before was because I could not get my You have to pay for all yoa get, or do, or have or know long enough In any one locality to picture. Yours sincerely, You have to pay for sickness, you have to pay for health. MARY D. THOMPSON. know either the children or their par Ening. Ky., Jan. 2, 1313. You have to pay for poverty, for idleness, for wealth. ents. If It is ns diliicult as It is for Mr. James Speed, Louisville, Ky.: you to manage your child after having Dear Sir Your letter of recent date reYou have to pay for everything, there is no chance to shirk. it with you every day during its whole ceived. As It was directed to Carlisle, I You hove to pay for laziness, you have to pay for work life, how can the average teacher do was delayed In receiving It. You wish to j about our Poultry even creditable work when she abso- know something thoroughly organized, club We are not yet but lutely does not know your children? if you can meet v. Itli us in March, 1313. Goods She merely has got a nodding acquaint- you can learn more about It. Last ance with them; she can call them by dresses year we gave our names and ad to our county superintendent. Need name. Miss IJda Gardncf. There were four girls This is every man's problem as well ftom each of the four divisions of the as the teacher's problem. It must be county. Last year we bought our own we solved if we are to iiave real strong eggs. Next yearsome hope toInhave them place furnished from to work done. What will you do wjth It? bring new stocX Into the county. order It Is what is hurting your child's chance We live on a farm, so my chicks were not much trouble. Mother raises Pljm-out- h for an education that Is worth while. a Rocks; I had Buff Orpingtons. 1 GET BUSY. kept the chicks free from lice; fed them twice each day until fall, when I fed corn BRYANTSVILLE, and cane seed. They were with the hen. KENTUCKY. CASH STORE. Just a Question or Two. large range and grew fast. IS YOUIt SCIIOOI.IIOUSK AS UP had ahad our exhibit In the courthouse the Wo TO DATE AS YOUIt NEW DAIKY Hth of December with cum and tobacco Besides these, there were various kinds of HAItX? IS TlIE IXTEItlOIJ OV YOUIt school work. you photo, as I have no I SCHOOL AS MODKItX AS THAT late cannot send since I was nine years picture, none Columbus Wagons, Deering Binders and Mowers, Corn King XEW SILO? old. I forgot to say the girls were to bo IS YOUIt TEACHER AS COMPE-TEX- twelve and oer. A prize of $2.C0 v.as Manure Spreaders, Vulcan Plawers, Brown Manly CultivaAS THAT T1JA1XEK l'OIt awarded In eacli division. I shall Inclose a clipping from our countors and American Wire Fence. YOUR COLTS? ty paper. Hoping this will help you In preIS THE .SCHOOL AS WELL PAINT- paring your newspaper work and thanking you for tho interest you haie taken ED AS YOUR CHURCH? THELMA SAMPSON. I isf'if'-zP&sftsi-?- : IS THE WATER AT THE SCHOOL respectfully, "Just a woman's Job raiding rhiek-ens- " AS COXVEXIEXT AXD AS GOOD how often have you heard that AS IT IS FOR THOSE YOUXG remtrk! But the figure- at the head of STEERS? IS THE SCHOOLYARD AS BIG AS this article are from the government THE PASTURE WHERE YOU EX- reports for the year 1010 and are approximately correct and show that It ERCISE YOUR COLTS? IS THE STOVE IX THE SCHOOL Is a big proposition. Xo wonder We dare not exaggerate to you. We are dependent upon people who have been AS MODERN' AS YOUIt WIFE'S your patronage. To get it we must have your trust and contt orn and potato clubs should iim pom GASOLIXE RAXGE? dence. We make the following statements with a full under-Standi- ng to Intercut the glrN In li1 ' rv of what they mean to us. You are safe when you .(1 pltMsmt work that mentis Aim high in your farm work. Shoot believe in these statements. em. In their pockets. at the moon if you wish. Of cf bowel illj and in short tiat i'i corn flubs one of the slogan-- . In you will not hit the moon, but usually make unnecessary the con"pure bred seed," and In the g tinued use of physics and purgatives. are that you will scatter a lo; you only fcnsw ai much a3 ws If clubs It Is "pure bred fowls ' thu tending to stop such unhealthy of bird shot somewhere along the skj and tho who have used them know habits as may have beea formed. about Ki'iall Ordnlies, you wouhi line. Colonel Henry Exall, Texas In be as enthusiastic about dustrial Congress. them as we are. They tast just like candy. 'I hey act so easily and AVe do not aslc you to taVs ou to pleasantly that tho taking of them Do We Think For Ourselves? word for this. Vie want you to maka Is a pleasure. Queer how many things in our life us prove it. and at no cost to you. Even children like Rexall Orderare inherited from the past and are Buy a box of Rexall Orderlies at lies; and you know that if a medi-cin- o accepted without a thought We are our store. Use them once, or use up) appeals to a child, it will appeal tho whole box. Then, if you ara to grown-upafraid of storms, the dark and a thoucot thoroughly satisfied, lust coma sand and one other things because our Ikii k empty handed and tell us. ancestors, who knew nothing of sciWithout obligating yuU or questioning juu we v.i!l return the monsy ence, feared them. gloom, dispel blues and jcu paid us for them. telp chase We went to school and did our tasks make you feel happy by sj ien-c-id Do"sn't that indicate that Rexall In the good old fashioned way be tonic, cleansias at.J sirecgtSen-iOrdarlies are at least worthy of trial;. cause that was the way our parents effect upon tho Lowp'i I'hrv Doesn't it proe our faith in thera? act to free the ,tem bin! it got their education. In thousands of Doesn't i: merit your confidence? free from tho diitrcs ami ill feWiL? Could any offer be more fair to youT schools scattered all over this enlightthat naturally results frum irregular We particularly recommend Rexall ened country we are inflicting the and inactive bowels. Orderlies for children, delicate and same thing upon our children because aged persons. Rexall Orderlies corns Rexall Orderlies do this quietly, without griping rr causing nauea, of our habit of thought. Isn't it time in convenient site tin pursing or execssh o Iooscnex. They boxes. 12 tablets. 10c; 3G tablet! for us to begin to view the child as act to overcome and rcmo e tho cause 1'jc; SO tablets, 60c. something more than a receptacle for CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orlerlies are not sold by all Gml the three It's? Isn't school something gists. You can buy Rexall Ofderlics only at The RexaU Stores. bigger and better than we are trying You cas buy l'.esuU Orderlies, ja this community uuly a; our store; to make the average country school? Doesn't real, pulsing life demand more, infinitely more, than it did 100 years ago? Doesn't life exist in the fields LANCASTER where crops are growing? Doesn't a KENTUCKY i- I...!...). r ....! rvtiiiuuKys ruwis hi - .4 run vallaw iri frrlidsome I' up I je no-pa- 3nje3s: I Thp Journey 0 aSu I I Lift. i 9 But Why Pay More For The Same Pay Than you 5 y 1563 Sailard Co. We Are Sale Agents For: T S,M I - Make Us Prove It pu-h- in doll.-ti--'- cure For the Bowels Make Us Prove This ni - Lt-v- vest-pock- et R. E. McROBERTS & SON ECZEMA I CAN BE CURED Will Prove It to You Free Field Age., You who are sufferlnc the tortures of Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum or other Lkln diseases you icnose days are miserable, whose nights are made sleepless by the terrible itchln?. burning pains, let me send you a trial of a sooth-lu- g, healing treatment which ha: cured hundreds, which I believe will cure J. C HutztU. R. P. you. x win send it tree, postage paid, without any oDiication on your part. Just All the coupon below and mall It to me, or write me, civics your came, aze ana address. I will send the treatment free or cost to you. -mmm 'CUT AND MAIL TO DAT" J. C. HUTZELL, Name "" 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. Post Onca Slue.. ....Street and No SHORTHAND BY MACHINE THE STENOTYPE Write Shorthand Twice as fast as the Old Way and Twice as Easy. Xothing can be done with poor stud, or poor seed. Everything is possibh with pedigreed stock and seed. All of this has been written time and time again in farm papers and the rural press, but when children begin to work definitely in this direction something is sure to happen. Grown people are slow to take up new things oi things that are fairly new, but children simply absorb and use them. If you have had a successful boys' corn club in your county, why not try to organize a small poultry club for the girls? If you do, be certain to Inslsl upon the rearing of only fowls of pure blood. It will mean that the girls wil. Fields seeds at wholesale prices have an absorbinb occupation that Health of the Child In School. can watch with great advantage. direct to the consumer. I have a Do you eat breakfast every day? Do adults EDUCATION MUST BE MOKE full line of choice field seeds and you drink coffee or tea? Do you have THAN BOOKS IF THE CHILD IS your bedroom window open or shut can save you money on your Win- night? Do you own a toothbrush? at TO BE A REAL SUCCESS IX LIFE. ter and Spring supply. These and other pertinent questions Tired Fields. are to be answered by the children in Xo farmer would think of working Write me for price list and the public schools of Minnesota. They his' horse continuously. He gives him form part of a "health grading out Sunday off and at times says: "I think line" prepared by Dr. Ernest B. Hoag, I'd better let ol' Bill run out to grass special director of school hygiene for for a right hmart spell. He don't look the state, whereby teachers and school Just right tho last few days." nurses may learn in the most direct Does this same farmer watch his manner possible the physical condition Gelds as carefully as he does his horse? of tbe children intrusted to their care. Does he know the looks of a tired field "Rational conservation of the mental ns well? Does he turn hia tired fields and physical health of our school chil- out "to rest for a spell?" Lexington. Kentucky. dren" is tbe ultimate ideal of this and If a horse Is thin he Is rested and other current health projects reported fed carefully. If a Held is thin and to tbe United States bureau of tired it, too, must be rested and fed " with clover, cowpeas or barnyard Seeds W, Bush problem exist except between the covers of a book? Is the geography of Africa as vital or as full of meaning as the brook that tumbles over rocks and mossy roots 100 yards from the schoolhouse door? Does any one really believe that the lock step studies without a break mean an education in its best and broadest sense? No problem is solved in this little chat Only a few questions are asked that most of us grownups don't think about Put yourself In your child's place for a moment and see if your school building, the studies and the viewpoint are in step with all the ad vances that the world has made in the other activities of our varied life. 1UBY D. THOMPSON, AGED TWELVE YEAIiS. The IfezaSZ Store nrly every to-r- and city in the United States. Caamda &a4 Great Britain. There is a different Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary sum&a il eaoh especially designed for the particular HI for which it is recommended. 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John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich, Better Than The Best,-N- o Higher says, after suffering twelve years with skin ailments and spending $400 in doc- Than The Rest JiTpFAH'n A W Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Privileges. Long Return Limit. Full Stop-OvThree through daUy trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Route Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-RooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. er m If so, get a box of Dr. King'3 New Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water. LEXINGTON. - KENTUCKY Life Pills, take them regulary and your trouble will quickly disappear. They will stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid .of all the MM! lvflrt CImh iJl They wil cured him. It will help you. 0nly 25e P0,s0n3 from your syst?m 25c at R. u 6"" 6c Kecommenaea Dy k. cj. xacuoDerts as. ' E. McRoberts &on. Son. 1-- m "' v" For details call on any Ticket Aent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Alain St, Lexington, Ky; 1-- V. "' " ' l,l ''."' " ,"" ' ', '"" ,','. ,, ' '.'",' ""' ' ' " '"'" ' " - " wi ii iwl ii i i n li ill... Our Ideal Combination HERE WE I MW Policy PROOF. AT THE Is PER Ideal ANNUM OF IS THE ARE NOW WRIT m THIS POLICY ppppppV RATE pppi pppTppppp ppppTppppV pppVpppppV .ippppfppppV J&& 1& -- ppppfrilpw IV pppp) pppT H pIpppS IB EB Wm wM BpppppI .Ih ppppppH .h M pppH hS Bh H&S ppppHpI Ih .h hi BH ppppppppp! pppppp! pppppppH pppppH H IB ppppppppV ppppppH ppppppI ..H IH mJ m M m Wt mi IV H 1 m m IV H -- V Central Life Insurance Co uisville, W.H.GREGORY President. isO ky: i' ? For Sale CHEAP For CASH. We handle GOAL for cars. Try our 1 . m PLATWOOD Bert Frazier and wife have returned to their home in Winchester. Rev. A. C. Baird and wife visited at V. H. Furr's last Sunday. S. T. Baird bought 10 head of hogs of J. E. Hammonds for 7J cents a lb. Geo. Beazley sold 2 acres of land near Flatwood to Oscar Hammack for $115. Rev. A. C. Baird filled his regular appointment at Good Hope last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Johnson and Mrs. Willie Johnson visited their mother Mrs. M. F. Cormney on Ihe 10th. NINA. Mrs. John Wheeler is very sick at Of Us this writing. Mr. Henry Humes and family visited NOT U. Mr. Joe A. Ross Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker visited This column is going to be editrd by her father Saturday night and Sunday. You, We, Us and Company. Would We are glad to learn that Mr. W. T. you like to join the company? The only Watson is out after a severe attack of membership fee is some contribution of grip. tne .Lancaster 01 long ago, so send in Mr and Mrs Moris Ros3 were the ' any thing vou may have and receive a membership. Mrs. of guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson certificate Sunday. Charles Ballew has sent us a copy of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whitaker and the CENTRAL KENTUCKY NEWS, Tuesday, children visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. published in Lancaster, September 11, 1873, by Jos. B. Rucker Sanders Sunday. Are you going to sow Oats this at $2,00 per year, the cash to accompany spring? Read Hudson & Hughe's ad at all orders. This issue was printed just top of page 3. as Lancaster had passed through that Mr. and Mrs. C. Prewitt and little terrible scourge known as the cholera daughter Annie Mae was the guest of of 73. We would like to secure the. her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wat- copies just previous to this. We print son Sunday. below the following letter showing the ... man Mr. Rucker was and also showing that the editor always has to ask for BKYANTSV1LLE his money or get some one to do it for Dr. Stallingo of Cincinnati, was the him. week-en- d guest of Miss Lillian Leavelle September, 10th, 1873. To the citizens of Lancaster and Mr. Frank Lucas left Wednesday for Louisville where he will accept a posi- Garrard County. tion. While Mr. Jos. B. Rucker has been Mis3 Patty Belle Burke spent the profuse in his praise of those who have week-en- d with relatives at Junction remained in town during the ravages of City. cholera and endeavoring to discharge Mrs. Mary E. Moss of Lancaster has their duties to the suffering, he, of been visiting her son Mr. Rufus Moss course, has said nothing about himself, and family. and we, a part of the citizens who Are you going to sow Oats this remained, think it dje to him to say, spring? Read Hudson & Hughe's ad at through the Central Kentucky News, top of page 3. that he was one of those who stood at ,Mr. and Mrs. Willard Davis of Jessa- the post of duty and danger, lending a mine, were recent guests of Mr. and helping hand in every time of need. He has shown himself to be a true man. Mrs. Walter Davis. Miss Frances Tomlinson came home And in this connection we would say Friday after a visit to her aunt Mrs he publishes one of the best county papers in the State, and as most of his Ross Adams of Lexington. subscriptions are expiring, we would Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and urge those who have been taking his Miss Flossie Mae Sutton spent Sunday paper to renew their subscriptions with relatives at Preachersville. 'promptly, and those who have not Mrs. C. C. Becker spent several days subscribed to do so at once. Such men last week with her sisters, Mrs. John as he has proven himself to Jbe should Johnson and Mrs. Carrie Moss, of be sustained. Nicholasville. Wm. H. Kinnaird, Wm. Sellers, Dr. E. H. Pearce will fill his regular R. Carson, S. C. Middleton, appointment at the Methadist church S. Marrs, W. H. Smith, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Sun- Thos. McQuerry, W. H. Arnold, day evening at 7 o'clock. E. Brown, G. W. Dunlap, Jr. John Huffman, The large tobacco barn of Mr. W. S. S. W. Hedger, Alex Anderson, Hager burned Tuesday about noon. It 3eo. Denny, Sr. W. Burnsides, contained some hay and farming imple- J. S. Bishop, S. Wortham, ments. The origin of the fire is not A. M. Bishop, known and the loss was partly coverec fames Middleton, R. Boyle, by insurance. James McUrail, Walter Eason, M. C. Bricky, Miss Annie V. Jennings of Danville, W. H. Wherritt, T. W. Reid, and Mrs. Flem Jennings of California, J. T. Tate, W. H. Pettus, were here Sunday to see Mr. B. F. W. M. Kirby. G. S. Greenleaf, Jennings, who is here spending the H. Jackmari. J as. B. Mason. winter with his daughter Mrs. Alhe Haselden, Mr. Jennings has been in KIJKNA VKVIA feeble health for some time. Hard On Pants Pockets. Interest To S. I ... HAMILTON valley. lets to 15cts in yard and Rex and Monarch Goal The very best burners. We also handle LIME, SALT and best Mrs. John Wilson is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs C. S. Roop are visiting friends at Lancaster this week. Mr. Joseph Underwood of Jessamine visited his sister Mrs. Stinnett last on week. and Mrs. MelvinStimmett visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. WmLawsonof Stingtown Sunday. Miss Ethel Brock died at her home on Friday Feb. 28 of Tuberculosis and her remains were laid to rest in the familv ' burying ground near Dripping Springs on March 1. ... Man Gets A New Stomach. After trying to enjoy life for years with a no good stomach he gets wise. "I was bothered for years with stomach trouble and gastritis. Food laid like lead in my stomach and fermented, forming gas. This caused a pressure on my heart, so that I choked and gasped for breath. I thought my time had come. cured me after I had doctored without success." Wm. V. Mathews, Bloomington, Ind. Call it Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach, Indigestion or Dyspepsia; it matters not. Stomach Tablets will drive out all the misery and give you practically a new, clean, o-work stomach or R. E. & Son will refund the price. That's honorable, isn't it? So if you want to get rid of your sour, gassy, heavy, stupid, irresponsible stomach get a box today. willing-t50-ce- WHITE SEED OATS. We buy everything in PRODUCE and JUNK line. Wanted; a car load of Dry Bones. H. B. Northcott. MP""M' 'if ' "pyi'i i'pppbjmpp mi mtm i iiiipp1pWIJ"Iiii"ijwipippi ' ii mil country buildings than a roofing that won't bum won't leak that is lightning proof lasts as long as the building itself, and never needs repairs? Cortright Metal Shingles meet every one of these requirements. Beware of imitations None genuine without the words " Cortright Keg. U. b. rat. UU. stamped on each shmgle. What could be better for town cr N For Sale by 2 Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia, Pa. To Save Life First Sehulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. L, N. and Willie Miller, Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. ?ff and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. for Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess, she having returned home from Louisville, Friday where she has been for several weeks inspecting the latest styles in millinery and will have a very up to date line. Word has just been received here of the marriage of Dr. Samuel J. Rose in Philadelphia a few days, ago to a very attractive young lady of that city Dr. Rose graduated last June at the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and is now located at Sherow, Pa., where he is enjoying a splendid practice. He is a very popular young man y and friends here at his old home are wishing .him much success and happiness. his-man- Miss Louis Hindman of Cave City Born to the wife of A. T. Scott, 8, inst will arrive Saturday to have charge of a fine boy. the trimming department this season Reynold Joseph sold to Walter Davis a horse for $150. Mr. John Ruble of Danville visited his father C. M. Ruble here Sunday. Mr. Will Gaylor left Wednesday to accept a position in Jacksonville 111. Several farmers have taken'advantage of the fair weather and have sown tobacco beds. Are you going to sow Oats this spring? Read Hudson & Hughe's ad at top of page 3. Mr. William Johnson and family of Danville visited Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson last week. Quarterly meeting at Brown's Chapel Saturday and Sunday Elder T. B. Stratton will conduct the services. mentioned in the pleodings and described as follows, Being in Garrard County, Ky., and a part of the two tracts of land that was conveyed to Reuben L. Stinnett, the first by I. S. Phillips heirs, which is dated on the March 31. 15(80, and recorded in Deed Book 4, page 289, of the Garrard County Clerk's office, ami second tract conveyed to Reuben L. Stinnett by Leonard Johnson by deed dated February 27, 1889. and recorded n Deed Book 9. page 583. The said cract of land after deducting what has jeen conveyed of the two tracts by Reuben L. Stinnett to other parties, contains abont 40 acres, and the same is bounded as follows: On the North by the lands of Al Sherrow, on the East by the land3 of Tom Doolin. on Garrard Circuit Court. the South by the lands of John Ham, Turner Flovd's Administrator, Plaintiff and on the West by the londa of Tom Montgomery. VS. The purpose of this sale is to settle Monroe Floyd, et al, Defendants. the estate of Reuben L. Stinnett and Pursuant to a judgment rendered pay the dbts owing and for the dis herein at the March Term, 1913. the tribution or the proceeds left among undersigned Commissioner will sell at the devisees of the said Reuben L. public auction before the Court House Stinnett. door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock TERMS. A. M. or thereabouts on This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913, requested to execute bond with approvbeing the first day of the Garrard ed security for the purchase price, due it County Court term, the real estate in six month." bearing interest at sin mentioned in the pleadings and de- per cent per annum from date until scribed as follows, t: paid, havidg a force and effect of a In Garraid County, Ky., on the head judgment upon which execution may waters of Sugar Creek and near Bur-de- tt issue, payable to W. H. Brown, MasKnob and bounded as follows, ter Commissioner of tne Garrard CirBeginning at stone corner to cuit, and a lien will be reserved upon Lynn Griffith, thence with his line due the property sold until all the purchase East 17 poles to a stone, corner to money is paid. same; thence N19 poles 4 links to anoth- w' w 15rown M- - r V' V' er stone, corner to Monroe Floyd; thence ' JW 17 poles to another stone corner to - " Robinson, attorney lor PlaintvflV said Floyd; thence S 19 poles 4 links to the beginning, containing 2 acres be the same more or less and being the same land conveyed to Turner Floyd by deed dated the 9th, day of SeptemThe City Council of the city of Lan- ber, 1893, from John C. B. Collier and recorded in Deed Book 12, page 37, caster do ordain as follows;- Garrard County Clerk's Office, and That every person, company firm, or aiso a certain tract wnicn adjoins tne corporation, who shall eneacre in the above mentioned tract and lies in Gar business of plumbing, shall, before so rard County, Ky., being lot 1 in a di- engaging, obtain from the Clerk of the vision cf land made by Ben Jennings, Council, a license for which he shall pay to the clerk the sum of twenty five bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone and running (25) dollars, which shall authorize him tnence w..4 i; tnence w 17 poles; to carry on said business for the period thence S 19.4 1; thence E 17 po!e3 of one year from the date thereof. Beto the beginning and containing fore any plumber shall open, or tap, aoout z acres being tne same land any main of the water works system, conveyed to said Turner Floyd by for anv purpose, he or they, shall obdeed dated the 30th day of June, 1S94, tain a permit so to do from the Supirom J. v. a. (Jollier and recorded in erintendent of the water works, for Deed Book 12, page 295, Garrard Coun- which he shall pay to said superintendent fifty cents; and shall do the work ty, Clerk's office. The purpose of this sale is to settle so as to do no injury to the macadamizthe estate of Turner Floyd and after ing of the street, and shall witbqut depaying debts, for distribution of the lay restore the macadamizing to as proceeds among the parties entitled to good condition as before opened. Any plumber or plumbers who shall receive the same, for all ofwhich judgment has been rendered in the above violate any of said provisions or fail to styled action. perform any of said requirements, or TERMS: This sale will be made on shall engage in the business of plumba credit of six months and the pur- ing without having first obtained and chaser will be required to execute bond paid for a license so to do, shall be with approved security for the purchase fined in the sum of not less than five price due in six months, bearing six (5) dollars and not more than twenty per cent interest per annum from date fiv2 (25) dollars for each offence. All until paid, having the force and effect money derived from this ordinance of a judgment upon which execution shall be paid into the water works may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, fund. Master Commissioner of the Garrard This ordinance shall be in force from Circuit Court and a lien will be reserv- and after its passage and publication. ed upon all the property sold until all Copy Attest the purchase money i3 paid. H. T. Logan, Mayor, W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. H. K. Herndon, C. C. C. H. Clay Kauffman, Att'y for Plff. This March 7th, 1913, t: There's nothing as hard on the pant3 pockets as silver dollars; they will wear a hole in your pocket before you know it, and then you know as well as we do how hard it is to get any patching done; so drop in the Record office and leave will put them in cir them wifi e culation. French playwrights, it seems, have almost turned the stage into an aviary- lhere is certainly astnkmgcoincidence in the fact that the same year witness, ed the birth of Rostands Chanticler and Maeterlincks elusive "Blue Bird". America has been called grossly materialistic, but the fact that these two plays have lived and are still drawing crowded houses, shows that the love of fables and allegories are somewhere in our nature if we would only bring it to the surface. Let us build new idols if we can, at least let us destroy no more old ones. This is an age of materialism, and those of us who want our souls to grow must fight against the tendency of our lives to narrow down to a single channel. For every man there lies a rut ready to receive him, so keep out of the rut. us-w- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. Reuben L. Stinnett, Administrator, et a) Plaintiffs. VS. Reuben L; Stinnett's Heirs, et al, De- Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March Term, 1913, Commissioner will sell it public auction before the Court Houso Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, MARCH 24. 1913. fendant. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate Commissioner's Sale Of Land. to-wi- to-w- it: u Ordinance. p I wsJ.:j nrT 3 1 I I? i .1 U r aa &'Xja?&j3ttMsr&&FX.M5rmSBmucsym&aFuarimM 1 JL, Jba. ssage To wtttMa-J.---J Wo men KgwHHIUii .,--' When a concern has lived over thirty five years, steadily growing in popularity, it is reasonable to believe that they have grown by honest dealings; giving 100 cents worth of Merchandise for every dollar received, and by every one receiving kind and courteous treatment. Every Woman worthy to buy the most for her money, and to shop under most favorable conditions should give us a look. Our Magnificent display of Woman's Spring Attire has far surpassed all previous showings, let us fit you out in your New Easter Toggery. TarWha iTTI JB The ; I.'. V fcgSK oseph Mercantile Beautiful Models in Spring Coats, Suits and Dresses; Worth a Look. Mrs. ompany. Handsome Silks, a Big Line and Big Values. See Them. -- Our Dress Goods Department is full of New Goods you want to see. M.rjerrrVjtrJ9SLVasr&jEraSFX3LiSB.? J. F. Holtzclaw is reported i PiflUft Gossip About People vjNN Oliver Chill and Syracuse Plows. John Deere quite sick of grip. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kincaid of Stan- BEST PLOWS MADE. r PLOWS at reduced PRICES. Plow Points and repairs VULCAN i T V R. xsizszszTr. MOUNT, SON We Write Anv Kind of & CO: avasss ford motored to Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. Ben Woods of Danville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ware. I A onei mention oi inc timings ami Mrs. George Pope has been in Stanford visiting her niece Mrs. Dyehouse. ( Mesdames W. B. Mason and W. R. Mrs. Eddie Walker is in Eminence Cook were- visitors in Danville Tues"visiting her mother Mrs. A. M. Raimey. day. Miss Belle Denny of Stanford is the Mrs. E. L Owsley left Monday for a guest of her cousin Miss Katie Lee week's visit to relatives in Nicholas-villDenny. e. on a small salary and spends it at home Sunday School At Court House. is worth more to a town than the monThe Methodist Sunday School eyed man that buys every thing he uses in the city and snaps his fingers services were held at the Court house at home progaqes As springtime ap- on last Sunday morning because of the - i STANFORD. in., k Miss Katie May Dickerson of Richmond is here visiting Lancaster relatives. Mrs. W. N. Sebastin of Richmond is here visiting her mother Mis. James Prather. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts was called to i jl mSU R'AU Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky i G f Mr. anb Mrs. Ed Price were.week-en- d Hopkinsville Monday by the illness of guests of Dr, and Mrs. S. P. Grant of her father. Danville. Office at National Bank H B BEAZLEY & CQLLJEiFf Phone 27. X tv 0. Mesdames George D. Robinson and Springfield was Lewis L. Walker were recent visitors the guest this week of his uncle Mr. W. in Danville. Mr. Owen Goodloe. Goodloa-o- f proaches the peddler wilt be around in all his glory, you will read in the city paper the smooth story of bankrupt-stoc- k that must be sold, you will receive catalogues galore, but be not deceived. Remember your home merchant is here to make every promise good. It is characteristic of the American people to want to get something for nothing, but the time when they can do this has not come as yet. Nor is it liable to come this Spring. Our merchants do not promise to give you something for nothing, but can give you as much for your money as anywhere else, and are showing beautiful as well as an immense lot of reliable goods. Give them a call at once and be convinced. Spring Opening. If li Reverend S. H. Pollitt has returned from Jackson where he held a successful revival. Mr. John Potts of Mt Sterling was the guest on Sunday of his sister Mrs. Davis Prather. tviJuycJ WJC30'0',0, 'ipj. s YouCannotStop GS 11AX. i Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts was in Stanford to see the play, "The Shepherd of the Hills." Misses Rella and Mary Arnold will make a short visit this week to friends in Crab Orchard. the Cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan Flour. Mfen(,ulH 3 B. Master Hubert Dunn of Lexington is visiting his little cousins Misses Mat-ti- e and Mary Lee Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nicholasville, was here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Tudor of Newby Ky, were here this week to see her mother Mrs J. P. Prather. R. Ware McRoberts is at home from Alfanta for a stay with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Miss Marjorie Ballou of Stanford was the guest for several days of Misses Rella and Mary Arnold. i G It is so much better than ordinary cake that if you don't watch her she'll eat 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 bakers in town use it. Why don't ycu. n S I 1 p 0 I i Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills lGt&K s )JX0 91))) fflif X)j0MX) Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson are expected home shortly from a stay of two months to various cities in Georgia on Mr. Joe McCormack returned Monday to Hendersonville N. C. after SMI WW HJIJL i "We Don't Cash 'Checks unless we are sure the signature is right. That precaution protects depositees from fraud of many kinds. Money in Garrard Bank &. Trust Co. is far safer than it is a stay with his mother whose condition is improved. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Patterson and Miss Grace Helen Patterson were visitors at the Spitler Sanitoriam in Crab Orchard Sunday. Misses Mattie Lee Hubble and Lu-ciEubanks were in Stanford with Mrs. J C. Eubanks to witness the play. "The Shepherd of the Hills." le AM' u w 1 in your possession. Better open an account and protect what you have while making more. Last Saturday's Courier Journal contained a speaking likeness of Mrs. F.B. Marksbury of Lancaster, one of the handsomest young matrons in Central Kentucky. Dr. Price of Kirksville, who has long been the family doctor of Mr. J. P. Prather was .here Sunday to see Mrs. Prather, who has been very ill, but is much improved. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 2t""'! for dumping Makes. Home Baking Easy Don't Roast the Driver just as you Coal were-passin- a load of 1MB1 i ffOYAl KHftfiftifiK! What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of dirt or stone in it By the way, don't you need some for stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need &AKlN5 If I POWDER Thm . Ormam of Tartar WALUM.WUMEPWSPHATE Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Ce, Absolutely Pure only baking powdf mad from Royal Grapm Mount have Ladies rerdy to wear Suits, Dresses returned from a stay of several days Costumes. Also Ladies shoes Oxford. in Louisville. March 20, 21 and 22. H. T. Logan. "Squire James P. Bourne has been quite sick for the pa3t week but is Judge Hardin Urges Juries To Do Their convalescent. Mrs. W. R. Gott and children of Duty. Richmond are here visiting her sister If juries do not do their duty, as was' Mrs. L. N. iller. pointed out to them by our able Judge, Miss Jennette Marble of Rising Sun there is little use to try to bring about Indiana is here with Mrs. Ada Kinnaird a general observance of laws or to stop and will trim for her this season. the spread of crime. The enforcement Mrs. Samuel Cotton gave an elegant of laws as they are written, the bringknife-weil- d dinner Saturday evening, in honcr of ing to taw of pistol-totinbullies, drunk or sober, the sending to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDonald of Lexthe electric chair men who willfullj ington. take the life of their fellow men, will Mr. William Mees, of Louisville, have a decided tendency to stop crime arrived here Tuesday to accept a in Kentucky. position in the drug store of R. E. McRoberts and Son. Game And fish Club For Garrard County Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden Enthusiastically Launched. and children, Mrs. B. F. Waiter and daughter Miss Kathleen were recent Hon. J. Quincy Ward of Paris, Executive Agent for the State Fish and visitors in Stanford. Game Commission was greeted by Miss Jennie Parks of Richmond enter about 50 enthusiastic sportsmen at the tained at an elaborate course luncheon court house on last Friday night, and the honor guest being her cousin Mrs. after he had made a very interesting F. S. Hughes of this city. talk, almost every man in the house Mr. William E. Walker left Wednes- became a member of the Garrard counday for Middlesboro, where he was ty club which was recently organized summoned by Maj. E. S. Helburn who with Mr. J. E. Stormes as President has tendered Mr. Walker agood position. and Mr. G. W. Palmer as Secretary. Mr. Ward explained in detail the workMrs. Boyd Winchester Phillips, Miss ings of the Commission, what they had Kate Putnam and Mr. Charles Spalding accomplished and what they hoped to of Lebanon and Ifr. Thaiwte of Louis- accomplish, and asserted that they ville were guests on Sunday of Miss would at once extend their labors to Marguerite Kinnaird. include Dix river and the surrounding counties, and that with the cooperaMr. Tercy Burnside, and tion of the farmers and sportsmen, the efficient young compositor is taking in fields would soon be full of game and the sights at Cincinnati this week chief among them that spectacular and fairy streams of fish. He asserted that the U. S. Government considered Dix fantasy, "The Blue Bird". river one of the finest bass streams in Miss Stella Sanders was hostess at the country and that he proposed to ata social function at her handsome new tend to the restocking of it Arrangements were made for the home on Danville Avenue. The affair was in the nature of. a storm party, securing of a game warden for Garled by her friends Misses Mattie rard county, and the State Commission will assist in paying hi3 salary. An Adams and Lida Raney. Executive Committee was appointed Mr. Wm. R. Cook, qf Lancaster, was composed of Messrs John M. Duncan. here yesterday for a short time. Mr. J. W. Hamilton, James A. Bea3ley, R. Cook, who is one of Garrard county's E. McRoberts and Geo. Smith Jr., most substantial and successful farm- with Messrs Stormes and Palmer as ers, is also a large dealer in mules. He Atlanta markets among members. This rnnmitfu is justback from the other duties will decide upon where he disposed of a large number of the person who shall be appointed hybrids. Mr. Cook contends that the game warden for the county, and the Western mule, sold at Atlanta, doe's not In any way compare to the Kentuc- Ummission will appoint whoever they may select. Every farmer, land owner ky mule, either in size or durability. and sportsmen in the county should beHe is always ready for an argument come a member of this club. The with anyone contending otherwise, and can prove his point. He says the. mar- amount of the salary paid the game ket is holding up well in Atlanta and warden will depend upon the size of there is always a sale for a good mule. the membership of the club, and the efficiency of the officer will of course Danville Messenger. depend upon the size of his salary, as a matter of course, the better salarv Spend Yoror Money- - At Home-L- et they are able to pay the better man us start a dollar for you Mr. they will be able to secure for the posiFarmer; come in arid pay for one years tion. Membership cards may be sesubscription to the Record, we will cured upon application to Mr. Palmer. hand it over to the merchant and .the The"o!ues have not as yet been decided merchant will pay his meat bill with it, upon, but will not exceed $2.00 per then the butcher pays it back to you. annum this matter will be decided by On the other hand, Mr. Farmer, take the Executive Committee and will de your dollar to some other town and pend entirely upon the membership of spend it and when the butcher gets it, the club, the larger the membership, a farmer in another county gets it,- - not the smaller the annual dues. Judge Charles A. Hardin attended you. The prosperity of a town is not guarded by the wealth of its inhabi- the meeting and made an interesting and as- tants, but by the uniformity with which talk, pledging his they pull together.- A man who works J aistance in every possible way. g, - Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mrs. William Moreland, of Chicago, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. fact that the furnace at the church was W. Carroll Shanks. undergoing some- - repairs. It is hoped Mr John Gooch bought 63 acres of to have it in condition before the coming the White farm in the Preachersville of another Sabbath. section at $G3 per acre. Miss Lucy Lee Walton has been th. Prominent Boyle County Gtizen Dead, guest of Miss Lval f V..... r r r. -j li. v. W3S alS0 here Mr. Nicholas McDowell Sr. died at I " Nettie Louise little daughter of Mr. home in Danville on last Friday a long illness. He was 79 years . . "u iurs " - uove" fell while play- alter uivc uer arm in two places. of age and was one- - of the most Mr. J. A. Robinsnn of Rm.l prominent and highly respected citizens of the county. He served as Commis- bought the Harrison farm situate' on sioner of Agriculture for the state of the Stanford and Danville pike for Kentucky under the administration of $110 per acre. Gov. John Young Brown. Mr. John K. Baughman sold to Myers and Tucker 48 cattle for future For the first load he will get Gloomy Outlook Fcr Confederate Pensions. delivery. 7J cents and the second 7 cents. The Attorney General has advised The Chautauqua Circle met on TuesAuditor Bosworth that it was the opin- day evening with Miss Darnel, at the ion of his office force that he, the Audi- home of Mre. Humphrey Ballou. The tor, was perfectly justifiable in with- program was an interesting one and holding the vouchers for the payment delightful refreshments were served. of the pensions voted to Confederate Because of the illness of Mrs. T. D. soldiers and their widows by the last legislature. The opinion issued from Newland Sr. her sons T. D. Jr., T. R. the office of the Attorney Genera! is a and Blain Newland of Wichita Falls. lengthy one, and advises the Auditor to Texas are here. We are glad to state hold up the vouchers until he is directed that Mrs. Newland is improving, as to their issuance by the courts. though shs is still very ill. Mr. Dan Hester died on Monday This of course means that a test case will be had, taken to the court of ap after an illness of more than a year. peals, and if that body upholds the He was buried at Kings Mountain on constituniality of the Pension Act, the Wednesday afternoon, a number of vouchers will then be issued and paid, relatives and friends from thi3 place but until that is done, the Auditor will attended the funeral services. doubtless refuse to issue any vouchers. It is contended by those who raised the question of the constitutionality of the bill that it is "class legislation", YOUUFINDITINTBISCOLOMN. and is contrary to the "Bill of Rights". The failure to secure these pensions is doubtless a source of great disappointment to many who are sorely in need of Special price on can peaches, try a the assistance it would afford them, can Curreys. and who had built great hope3 on receiving the small quarterly stipend at For Sale. the hands of the state, but there is very A handsome oak dining room table little consolation which may be offered them, for at the best, they are doomed apply at this office. to a long term of waiting and in the Fresh fish and oysters this week at end may never receive the pension for Curreys. they had so fondly hoped. which A 20 cent can of peaches for 15 cts at Curreys. Professional Courtesy. T r. ". x- " rv.,.. D all classes of business and professional f rotessional courtesy exists among Some good Oak Lumber for sale. Herndon & Walker. men; every man feels that there is a certain amount of deference due to each and every one of his fellow men who is engaged in the same line of business as himself. But there is perhaps no walk of life in which the "ethics of the profession" are more observed, the professional courtesy more marked, than in the field of journalism. Every newspaper man has more or les3 of a kindly feeling in his heart for those of his profession. If you wish to see this statement put to the test, accompany some newspaper man to a neighboring town, abserve the uniform courtesy extended to him, and to you because you accompany him, then when he returns to his home, get a copy of the next 'ssue of the paper published in the town you visited with him and see the nice things said about him. Of course there are exceptions to this rule, but they are rare. Some newspaper men give way to their petty dislikes and jealousies to the extent that they forget the ethics of the profession, but such instances are rare. Nor are these courtesiesonfined to the editorial department of journalism, the same code of ethics exists as to the compositors, pressman and other men connected with the art preservative, and you will find the tramp printer can get a square meal and "a stake" to take him to the next town quicker than any othermem-be- r of the genus hobo. Let a tramp printer "hit a town", he makes a bee line for the. local printing office, where, metaphorically speaking, he is received with open arms. If he wants to work, which is often the case, he is "given a case" for a couple of days, but in the event he is headed for some specific point, and merely called to pay his respects, which they invariably do, he is given a good meal, a nights lodging, what aid he may need and- is sent on his way rejoicing, happy in the thought that he will at some time be able to do as much for some other unfortunate member of the craft. - Curreys. Geta sanitary 'phone disc, free at A 'For Sale:-- good 4 year old Shetland pony, rubber tired runabout and harness good as new. Also House and lot. -t Pd. Joe Nevius. 1- I am the agent for the Country Gentleman paper and other magazines. Leave vour subscription at Stormes Drugstore. Mrs Dolly Brown. 2t-P- d. Nonce. Please return that post hole digger, I loaned you last year. It J. W. Sweeney. Notice. We will offer for sale at'public outcry two shares of the Capital stock of The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. on Monday, March 24, 1913, in .front of Courthouse. Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Ky. Nob'ce. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the Spitler Sanatorium will make prompt settlement of same by March 15tb or as soon thereafter as possible. J. L. Spitler, Former Manager. 2t-p- d 100 Men Wanted. Unusual OpportuBJry. For honest upright fndustrous men, Sluggards or crooks need not apply. You can establish yourself in a good paying business of your own by taking territory with us. No previous experience necessary. From my own experience I know that the right kind of a man can make a great deal more in this business than he cannon a salary. For territory and full information, write are call on, J. E. Montgomery, Lancaster, Ky. -tT 4- - w r CTJ B QTADP J ., T A R R JL JL JLkwJLk TDTATNjnQ JL JLjL JLJL K STARR PIANOS. STARR PIANOS. SQTOAOR POIOAOrvOOOS. 4-- STARR PIANOS. STARR PIANOS. STARR PIANO S We have a Special Piano ' proposition to make you. Special Piano Proposition. P.O.. . P A N O $25. Down and $6. a Month -- IT A R R Date. I s takes any Piano we have in our store, together with stool and scarf. Also 30 days free trial. You can now buy a Piano without missing the money as the above terms give you three VearS tO OaV in Come in, let us show you, or fill in this blank and mail to us. HURT & ANDERSON, Lancaster, Ky. P Will also Dear Sirs: We will buy a Piano about and would like for you to eall and talk this proposition over. need the following Furniture . Yours Respectfully, O A N I s g K R S The Store Beautiful HURT & ANDERSON Every Boy Has A Chance. Bright Spot In Lancaster.' BIRD I IS FRIEND OF FARMER FARMER'S COLUMN umixjooooOOOttcHl ripacc below this heading Is for the exclu-lv- e rise of oar farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be acccrted over four lines, and will be only lu two issues of the Record, free of charge From Washington to Frankfort town, The tidings cause a stir; They say young Jim McCreary Will run for Senator. Jim is a most ambitious lad; A fact none can gainsay; It he keeps running, he may be Our President some day. - Louisville Post. -- OLD IDEAS ARE Goldfinch Benefits Agriculture by Con suming Seeds of Noxious Weeds, Especially Thistle. (By H. W. "WEISBERGER, in the Farm PUSHED ASIDE Schools Must Have The electric cars from Louisville to Shelbyville step at Maple Grove Farm every hour. Cleve Bourne bought a pair of horse mules in Stanford Monday for $230. I.oyd. guest of her Mrs. Eliza Ray last week. Mr. Loyd Teater of Bryantsville was the guest of Mr. Kirby Teater Saturday. Mr. James Foster and family was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Frank Ray Sunday. Mr. George Grow and wife was the guept of her father, Mr. Robert Price Sunday. Mr. Haris and Adolph.Teater was the guest of their aunt Mrs. Mae Carter of Buckey Sunday. Mr. Luther Raney returned home Saturday from Crab Orchard Saniturum where he is being treated for .rheumatism. Miss Lela Teater of this place was Mr. and the guest of her grand-parenMrs. J. P. Prather of Lancaster Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Marie Ray was the grand-mothe- r, ts Forrest Stapp of Buckeye bought 39 head of young steers in Stanford Monday at $25. each. It looked to us about 8 cents a pound. Money refunded if hogs are not as Iramuned, sound and represented. breeders. Middleton, Shelbyville. Carlton Elkin has some nice Indian Runner ducks and Buff Orpington cockerels for sale. and FireWs) Why do I class the goldfinch as a Simply because I winter resident? think that many a farm boy sees them and hears the familiar "canary notes" and does not know them to be our common black and yellow wild canaries" of the summer time. This is what they are, but they have garb of donned the greenish-yellothe female. Often, if they have found a food feeding place with plenty of joldenrod or a ragweedy corn field, they will remain until the seeds have been consumed, which often requires weeks of time. They must not, however, be confounded with another, similar northern winter bird, the whose notes are somewhat identical, but pine-siski- Contact With Activity ot People. "WHY NOT TRAIN FOR LIFE?" Higher Grades Are More Than Mere Incubators For Embryo Lawyers, Doctors, Teachers and Preachers. Domestic Science and Domestic Arts. J. W. Elmore bought a mare mule of J. M. Cress for 200. nice Duroc boars, FOR SALE:-Fiv- e weight about 140 pounds. Mrs. R. J. West. Lancaster, Ky. Lawson and Brown the local buyers shipped 100 fat Porkers from here this week that averaged 250 pounds. Early Indiana yellow seed corn for per bushel. Jacob White R. sale F. D. No 2 Paint Lick, Ky. 51-50 LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI ONION STOCK YARDS, March CATTLE: Shippers 12 Cattle Hogs Sheep The Goldfinch. Davidson and Doty bought of Steve Hill 8 fat steers and heifers at 6 cents a pound. They will be slaughtered and dispensed by their capable, Mr. R. B. Wilkerson. Now is the time to buy hogs. Tht difference was never so great between corn and hogs. Come to Mlddleton's sale Apr. 3rd Shelbyville, Ky. pair 3 yr. old horse mules, 1 pure bred hampshire boar and a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg", Hyatts-villKy. 1 For Sale: e, ?65. R. L. Elkin sold another good milk cow to Jack Beazley of Stanford. foi I have a good milk cow for sale. Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. R. L. Elkin. hogs short in Chicago, price will be 10c You can buy at your own price at J. F. Middletons sale Apr. 3rd at Shelbyville. Free lunch at 11:30. 43000 whose streaked breast can be distinButcher steers extra guished from the solid color of the 7 00 to choice Good goldfinch. S Common to fair During the winter they travel in 790 Heifers, extra small flocks, often in company with 7 00 jood to choice s and juncos. But when 5 50t75 oommou to fair C Ml spring comes they pair, and then beCows, extra Jood to choice gins a long season of courtship, for . Jommon to fair 2j5 5P they do not breed until into July. The 3 U0 4 2j males Canners are very ardent and affection6 0070( Bulls balognas ate lovers. Goldfinches are among the . 7 1071' Extra 'ew birds that may be observed 6 737 5 J'atbnlls in kissing one another during CALVES: extra 112. the courting period. 800 11 fair to good 10 75 6 In the late summer and fall they Jommon and large.. 9 10 9 15 visit the gardens, both in HOGS : good packers and butchers the country 9 On 9 15 and Mixed packers in town, to gather what lettuce 5 00 7 35 jtags and sunflower seed they find awaiting vommon to choice heavy fat sows. 8 00 8 8 80 9 15 them. Light shippers They benefit agriculture by eating 0 00 8 75 Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 5 50 the seeds of noxious weeds, especially SHEEP: extra 5 ih)5 40 the common thistle, and in uood to choice feeding 3 O04 75 their young upon harmful Insects. BeCommon to fair 25 ing with us, to some extent, throughLAMrJS: extra 8 70 9 15 out Good to choice the winter only tends to add to Common to fair 5508 C5 their usefulness. -- 6 25 Clippedlambs T258 b 008 26 fl6 0 00 25 7W 75 8 00 7 75 508 Mr. J. H. Thompson, Preachersville wants to sell you ten good calves and three choice brood sows that will farrow in April. Mr. Jas. B. Leavell of Bryantsville has some good Northern White seed oats for sale at SOcts. a bushels, 500 shocks of fodder with a good straw rick to run to and a pair of family horses, suitable for hearse. Something like 1,500 cattle were on the market in Stanford Monday, most all of which changed hands at prices ranging from 5 to 8 cents. Very few hogs on the market quite a number of mules and only a few selling at not very satisfactory I prices. About 12 shetlands sold at what seemed low prices. The jrowd owing to the inclement weather, was very small. -- Pauline Wayne, the official cow of Taf t, followed her master into retirement today. Pauline was the gift of "Uncle Ike" Stephenson, Senator from Wisconsinuand it was thought that she would survive the inauguration as a living memorial to the Taf t regime. Shortly after the defeat of her master at the polls, however, Pauline's wholesome Holstein disposition began to sour, and wit the outbreak of the Mexican trouble she had faded away to a shadow of her former self. "Uncle Ike" declared today that her decline was due to worry. She will recuperate in Wison the farm of her birth-plac- e consin. Dont complain of a dearth of hca news, but Help the poor editor along by getting married, letting your horse iun away, having a fist fight, whitewash, paint, cleanup or a hundred other things like this is good local news.abut iwecannot pnnt it unless it happens. V3 . The value of corn silage to the bee ECONOMICAL producer Is not limited to Its use in winter feeding alone. Puts to Good Use All It Consumes, Eighty Per Cent, of Carcass To secure a good brood sow, an Being Available. even development Is required from pig brood to maturity. The American hog is the most economical of animals. Of what a horse Do you return your saw and ham- eats 52 per cent, goes to waste. Forty-fou- r mer to any particular place when you per cent, of the food consumed by are through with them? cattle is similarly lost, and 32 per cent, of all that sheep take into their stomNo land Is so rich that Its owner achs. Only 12 per cent, of what a pig can afford to waste the manure that eats is wastprl. Flftv-rw- n nw pont nf Is made by hl farm stock. "the food eaten by a hog goes to make growtn. A sheep utilizes only 25 per It Is estimated that ten years of cent, of its sustenance for growing, single cropping will wear out any which means, of course, the producbut the very richest of soil. tion of meat. These figures are obtained from recent experiments made The development of the young by government experts, who find, as a horse requires the exercise of the result of their study, that the pig has best Judgment in handling him. what theyvcall an "economic superiority" even over poultry. That is to Water thoroughly when the soil is say, it produces more meat in proporarj to touch, but never "sprinkle tion to its welsrht. and the nnlrrml roses when they need watering. weighs more In proportion to the amount of food it consumes. Eighty-fou- r Crops must be gathered ftproper per cent, of the carcass of a hog condition and sent to the market is utilized as meat; of the toeef animal, fresh and clean. Careful grading U 75 per cent is edible, and of the sheep essential. only 54 per cent. Thus it appears that a greater percentage of the pig is This is the month when most of the available for food than of any other " It silos in the corn belt are filled. domesticated creature. costs money to do this now, but next winter the dividends will surely be Acid Phosphate in Henhouses. collected. The best practice Is to use acid phosphate or floats freely in the It Is generally conceded that the You can put the manure into best time to sell chickens is from the first of January to the first of order for drilling by thorough exposure to drying air and then poundNovember. ing up and running through a coarse It is deficient in phosphoric The bright eye, red comb, smooth, sieve. bright, well-kep- t plumage, activity acid, which the soil usually needs, and a keen appetite, indicate "the and at least 50 pounds of agood grade of acid phosphate should be healthy fowL added to each 100 pounds of the dry Good sheep require good care to manure. Four or five hundred pounds maintain their excellence. Poor per acre may be the most profitable sheep are always a burden upon . the amount.for. your xye rest of the nook. hen-houB- e. LOWLY HOG IS ; Schools will attract and hold the attention of the public in proportion to their contact with the everyday life and activity of the people. The old idea of a high school being an incuba- YEARS. tor for embryo lawyers, doctors, teachS. C. White Leghorns. ers and preachers is being pushed aside. My stock from prize winners at AtThe school people the real, live, wide awake school people have seen lanta, Louisville and other shows. A this proposition clearly for some time, . few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per J. M. Mount, uui uiej nave ocen nirniu ox wuai iue setting of 15. Lancaster, Ky. general public might think. The public has sensed that there was someDogs Not Given In. thing out of gear in our school machinery, but it was afraid of what The Auditor's Department at Frankthe education expert might say. And so the public and the school, people fort will begin this week drawing warrants for sheep claims and the indica, have been seesawing. Boys, and girls welcome any study tions are that the dog tax collections in that tastes of everyday life and activ- most counties will not equal the total ity. The little girl In the lower grades amount of claims for sheep killed by mothers her doll, makes her clothes dogs, while the balance in the fund and mends them and cooks wonderful conveyed into the school fund will be dinners on a homemade stove of brick unusually small. out In the back yard. She keeps house Each county stands as a unit as reand plays her part in a mimic world because It is the only outlet for what gards the dog tax and sheep claims, and she sees of the activities of the world if the dog tax in any county, is not sufin which she is eventually to take her ficient to pay all the claims the total place. The years slip by, and she is amount is distributed pro -- rata among ready for the high school. She must the claimants. After all claims are put her doll aside, and she can no paid the balance in the dog tax fund longer with dignity cook on the brick for the year is turned into the State Btove In the back yard. Her own feeling would prompt her to go forward school fund. fe in sewing, cooking and the other household arts, but she is in a high school Killing At Harrodsburg. in which' no such course is offered, so she loses an Interest that had been William Gill Shot To Death In Harrods- part of her life and development. If she happens to "find such a course in burg By John Taylor Upton, Of the high school the chances are that it is for a single period each day, and Garrard County. her credits earned for graduation would John Taylor Upton, of the Bryantsville section, of Garrard county, is in -' .y v:t xi i jail charged with killing Wm. Gill. Details of the tragedy are not complete but it appears that William Gill and Upton were unacquainted with each other. They were in the vicinity ) 3& of the Fort at Harrodsburg where the ' jockeys meet to swap horses on county mV-fi isLILil 'aLi Mi court day and where a baby rack was 'MMmmmmmKsMmmMmmMMWMLM in operation. Upton had some trouble with a small boy named Preston. It seems that Preston had a bull dog f which he urged onto 'Upton. Upton was bitten by the canine and proceeded to chastise Preston severelywhen Gill stepped up and asked him why he didn't attack someone his size. Upton then PRmlaHBjBBBBBBBBBm&Cj2SfcBfl99 directed hin .attack upon Gill, it is said that Gill drew a knife while Upton whipped out his six shooter and began firing. Six shots were fired, five of which went through Gill's body. A LIVE HIGH SCHOOL. During the trouble Upton's son ran up be greater for Latin," German or math- and received one of the bullets through ematics. She is anxious to get full accident but was not seriously wound credit for her labor, so she takes a ed. topic for which she has no real liking. Upton was promptly arrested and IN OTHER WORDS, OUR HIGH s carried to the placed in jail. SQHOOLS ARE PUTTING A PRElingered until 4o'cIock MIUM UPON WORK WHICH HAS Hospital where he SOME MENTAL AND CULTURAL this morning before relieved by death. VALUE INSTEAD OF COMMON, EV- He was said to have been a peaceful ERYDAY HOME VALUE. citizen and hard working man. Upton At the Henderson high school both had gone to Harrodsburg from Garrard domestic science and domestic arts for county on business. So far as known girls and manual training for, boys have he bad never been In any trouble bebeen given a very prominent place in the course of study. The school is now fore. whole thing carries out the The offering a three year course, and a fourth will be added next September. contention of Judge Charles A. Hardin, It is a Jour year course that calls for of this district, and Judge R. L. Stout, two forty-minuperiods each day in of the Franklin .district, and that is the week, that real, strong, helpful, there would be very few killings if the practical work may be accomplished. carrying of pistols was prohibited. It Too much of our school work has been ought to be a penitentiary offense for a theory, and we must have time enough man to carry a pistol. Then even if he for the practical side of domestic .sciwhipped out a gun to shoot as fa usually ence and manual training. in.self-defenshe would know Two years of this course, the fresh- alleged man and the Junior years, are used for that he would have to go to the penitensewing, pattern making, designing and tiary. If Kentucky legislatures would a study of cloths and materials of va- cutout the appropriation habit and rious kinds. It Is the aim of this adopt some strong laws in this line they work to have a girl strong enough to would do a greater service to the design a garment or plan a wardrobe Advocate; . n $1-5- rationally, ro alter u pattern mat aoes not fit or suit her. In a course of study of one period per day this would Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races be impossible, but with eighty minutes The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. each day of her school year at a sewon Grcd j ing table results can be gotten. nPf i "InntriRrace ofrecord McGregor 2 Circuit 1.1 1. I.Aft t F"""'tl.e, Itmh 1011116 Zlll In domestic science the work la rath0!.'4.r.ra circuit winner er out of the ordinary In that It seems -- 07?who recently sold for fifteen tbonsand dollars ((1S.00O.00) of 1912. Son o! Jay JIcGrFr s,o thoroughly commonplace and so aired Baldy McGregor 2.0fi?4, who sold at auction Febmary 4th. for export to Kiusiu.and who in New York City for usable In the home life that most of us thousand dollars (ll.OOO.OU) for export to Austria. II Is dam is Baroness Sibyl 2.:!?. a sixtevnr datmh-tehave to live CCS days' in the year. of Baron Wilkes. v There is nothing that is fnncy, but a people Imtfl "t i ASreat manytrotting conIder Chimewood the very great deal about breads of vastallion living; sen .l LllimcWnflQ Z.IV 14. handome3t vpasts. hnklncr nmrrtora rious kinds, uo HighwoodiSl.'i aIui chime of Bells by Kin?. His first five dims are in great brood mare list. Uncle the care of sinks, refrigerators, etc.! Commission 3l As one goes through this high school four men from different States passed on this borse. Mr Koruinell Chief of Animal Husand sees the girls at this work there bandry of the toUnited States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars I3.iltl.0il cash fcr Chimewood goterumeut breeding farm In Colorado. This as well as other at head is the feeling that many of them areJ fers have been refused.the to be saved from tue disappointment This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and full information and the that comes to most young housekeep- place. Address, ers. x JAiMES GRANVILLE CECIL. That this work in Henderson appeals living $25.0. Each to the girls is shown by the fact that Farm 3Ji miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. oat of a total enrollment of 120 girls Local and Long Distance Fhone. Xo. 12S Danville, Ky eighty-sevepre taking domestic science arts. MAY MANY SUCH BE FOUND IN THE STATE IN THE NEXT FEW John White Individuality, Breeding:, Speed. lniStl6 T. 14 rttitr a1 Ma-bri- to Insure a colt for Horse. I ' i 6oooooa TZTZr1 A T3 d WAfhMl ooofDuooaooooocooooooJf LOUISVILLE. KY. t Etbllihedl837 jfHgsgfigi v1 I Hlghes!narkelpricepiIililK2V' &Go.jm J lor pIJRS HIDES. "nd A. M. BOURNE Prices Right. 354-A. rnXFYnrt' "J fif&mVKsV&i) ") la coHvusios fafei Auctioneer. Good Service. Real Estate and Auctioneer. ( Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. tj IF YOU WANT Buy TO Or. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) ( Sell a Farm. Sell a Farm, at Auction prices on Live I will give you See Me rock-botto- 50 Choice Farms. Veterinary Office Surgeon -- or Touch the Fire. and Dentist. at Raineys Livery Stable. -- W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Lancaster, - - Kentucky COMEI Come and COME! Who So Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. ui pjbilprtrf. Write pric. IT. tell Main ix Tumis. jra tow for w.kly lift iod rtltrtoctt. U.SA8EL&S0NS fnrianfV v Deafen laFsra. KM. Wul FURS HENRY DUNCAN Office Hours a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Office over Storznes' Drug Store ,iw vyd6 DENTIST. Pliutie 65. Lancaster, K w i' "ill v villi i B VSJq J Li LANCASTER. KY J BEAZLEY and Embalmer E. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticlat Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Funeral Director Office Phone 3. Oakdale Herd Of Residence Phone 27 Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky MONEY' 1 Gill-wa- W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Tra" FURS IK -I- MG Residence Phone 220. Wf f 11 vrti Tinfi? and navriAfl m1. TT? Trii, ava 1s1v utaVll-- L i mlS5fl; andean do BETTER for you th?n agents or commission mere. chants. References any bank in Write for wecltly price list. M. SABEL A. SONS 1 & 33 E. Htrfet SL. I WISTIUE, KT. ueiiirs in runaa nius.9, nuuk w H. J. PATRICK, Dentist All Work Guaranteed. ' G3E3aR53S-- - S-- te Faint Lick, Office Hours Kentucky M V Df j e, (fm. . A. Wheeler & Ander- A Training fljl: School for Teachers ' RICHMOND. KY. M. K. Denny and Offlce: CrarelmUBg to Elevmurr, lBte.mcdlate aw Lite Stmt. Crr. ValM In mil Public tl3cm.c t Kemnety. Bptciml Sctuol urarsea man k.wi.w fjomf. TvttlM Fro. to 1 p. MWMmtuvmiii DnBNM. Doctors Of Deatal Swgery. StormesBnlldlugoTer Bnrt son's Famiinre Store. pralcenooI.departKt.fmrtcltr, tnaomrfmm. njtorfet.l.vmiodelicBool. Domml. i.iraMuaoM. .miuiac. welloialpprt paaa Jaaa It, Inal-- T.. TT. SgiltiniInbM I"' raarth Tans April 7, Sammt Scoo.1 J. ri"tTenffiaa8p. Trna Jaaamry LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY O. CRABBB, Pretldamt. , sy s o. V- . -i -- . . --, j. Jr. H..T ! , 'lv "' 'r r ' r