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ONHk ' F "Tl ' H jPjHN I Central Record LANCASTER, KT ERIPAY, MARCH 21, 1913. 1 Mk M fiffJMr i v k 'B FB r?"Sr .4IImBWAwmVLw r flBF 4hWt Af l n. JffiHMMKvV I" JVI Ml rV idfcfHHF t4 i VT "h- - 7"TMBK"Tfc. A , iLMtMJ-KHtt-""- "' ) ' B"TmVT""' '' HhBHR t ttfcTJMMC:Mr"MHMTBMWMWM?MlKM7) Tll "A ., ' , t. 4-:. T- ' - V-- . ' & ! : - - S.i.. " ' -- i r. W. ' v Tw h n Lflnrt - gy- mli SI U G 3 E 3 E 3ME 3E The CORRECT and MODERN to distribute or wind up the effects of an estate is through a Trust Company. ADEQUATE protection and efficient and impartial service? Yes. r. h WAY Why, because of its i EI E This Bank and Trust Company is AUTHORIZED BY LAW to act as Executor, Administrator, is the modern and accepted way. Trustee, Guardian and in any otherjiduciary capacity and-thiMake this Bank and Trust Company the executor of your will and we twill. hVQ same drawn by your own attorney free of charge to you, then your estate will "teTiaridled"".in"a business like manner, securely and without fear or favor.' Our bond for faithful performance of duty when executing a will or acting in any other representative capacity is here given. Capital Stock Paid In $ 50,000,00 Stockholders Liability, Legal $ 50,000,00 Total $100,000,00 s I 1 OFFICERS. R. E. McRoberts, President. DIRECTORS. Three Per Cent Paid on time Deposits. Deposit Boxes for rent T. J. Price. Alex Walker, Vice President. J. W. Elmore, Cashier. D. A. Thomas, Asst. Cashic. Will S. Hopper, Bookkeeper. W. R. Cook. V. A. Lear. Alex Walker. W. H. Brown. J. E.Robinson. J. H. Dalton. F. B. Marksbury. R. L. Burton. R. Es McRoberts. The SE 3 G Garrard Bank and Trust Company. LANCASTER, KEiNTUCKY. 3 E U G 3 G 3 II kH. ! i i i E 3Ii QUEENSWARE THE NICEST. STOCK THE NEWEST. i GROCERIES THE CLEANEST. -- t, Lancaster, Ky. I I Makes a Store of Quality. We Want and Need Your Trade. Phone No. 63. W. " B BALL. I I W mNHmiHHimNHmHi ! New Modes In Millinery, EASTER OPENING Imported and Original rid-bo- ! i Each season brings its changes in the mode, and they are very pronounced this year. There are some spreading hats, but simplicity rules and Tiny hats come well down over the head, trimmed with ostrich, n, bows or flowers, so set as to give the effect of extreme smartness. My line is very complete. i MISS EELLA ARNOLD. j Small Souvenir for each Guest, Opening Day. mfmmKmmmmmtmm iftMffft sW V.' z 'i bectioh No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 1. THE CENTBAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT No. i LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913. NUMBER 50. fKT u m ai TAT ATTVT i v iwi s u al March Saturday, will permit, the builders hammer is to be SPRING OPENING 22nd, 1913. Ready-mad- e Gome and receive a handsome Souvenir. f i s 101! I 'i1! Your presence is requested at our Spring Fashion Show? of kadies Wearing Apparel both in Garments and Materials of every description.' I I (ti 111 i itJ :l The Joseph Mercantile Gompany. OUTFITTERS FOR WOMEN OINL,V. Intermittently, as the weather Judge John V. I I I Dont forget the Circle Girls exchange heard, and the outlook is for and candy sale. Saturday March 22nd. erection of many new buildings in and trict, expresses himself as being well I will receive next week a car load about Lancaster with the coming of satisfied with his chances since Champ Clark is for him. of Columbus Buggies, suitable weather. f W. J. Romans. No one of the pretty Easter customs mottoes on the Presidents One of the Millinery Opening. hope 'appeals more keenly to us than the this; "All wall reads like Spring Millinery Opening March 22, ye who enter here". So sending of Easter flowers to your lady abandoned stay at home and commune with him love and potted plants to the ' 'shut ins . 1913. Every one cordially invited. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. by means of thought waves, which And, in spite of the early date, florists are not so expensive and just as ef- will be ready with blossoms in all their They Believe In bigns. splendor and perfection. fectual Local gardners are anxiously searchIt is gratifying to her host of friends One of the beautiful new colors is the ing the almanac for the moon's phases, Lancaster admirers of Irtlands patron Colonel George Washington Goethals here to learn that Mrs. Cleo Brown of Nell rose, but never have we seen a seeking the proper time to plant posaint were "wearing of the green" last took charge of the Panama canal six Mt. Vernon, will get the appointment more wonderful showing of color in tatoes. As far as the good lady's Monday in celegration of St. Patrick's years ago as chief engineer, he is there- of Postmistress at that place. Senator costumes and trimming. Blue and its sweet pea bed is concerned, it will not day. fore responsible for the excavation of James recommended her appointment infinate variety of shades, the lovely be necessary to "plant them in the sSades of grays and reds moon", they are sure to be planted the Local fishermen are anxiously observ- mare earth than any one man in the Saturday, which will be made in due wisteria, new will appeal to the feminine eye. very first warm sunshine day, or else ing wind and weather, and many have world. time. hubby will be given no rest. already been heard to remark "they'd The small boy who asked his father Prof. Mark, State Sanitary Engineer Fashion Notes. bite today'. the difference between capital and laLen's Anniversary. City has under preparation for the bor, was answered in this way; "when While our efficient foreman, Lennie Time for spring cleaning is at hand. Council plans for a filter, that will filter The prettiest thing in Easter hats. a young man sits in a parlor talking Miller is not an Irishman, yet St Next Easter morn, I ween; Some vigorous work along this line may and work will begin as soon as he has capital. Patrick's day is an anniversary with nonsense to his best girl-thaprevent considerable disease during the finished his work and forwarded the Undoubtedly is bound to be, When he stays at home evenings after him. On last Monday, St Patrick's specificafions. The face of Kathleen. heated weather. they are married-that- s labor''. day, Len rounded out eleven years faithful and efficient service in the The millinery openings will be in LanRecord office, and we hope to have him caster next Saturday. Our milliners celebrate as many more in that capacity, have spared no time or money, and will as no more faithful or capable man have on display the largest lines ever could be secured for the position. shown here. It will not be necessary for any orie to leave town to be satisfied A Big Record. in the hat line, if you want cheap ones i-- H f-- K IIUI-fiBfy- i. I In order not to crowd out our reading they are here, if you want expensive matter and at the same time meet the ones they are here and if you are lookdemands cf our Easter advertisers, the ing for pretty ones they ere no where Record is publishing twelve pages this else but here. week. The issue is full of the anm The friends of the Record will please nouncements of merchants hand us news items that are fresh. who believe that the newspaper is the" Ready-to-We- ar We prefer not to publish a birth after best medium through which to do their the child is weaned, a marriage after advertising, and the various wares set the honeymoon is over, or the death of forth in these ads are not to be excelled anywhere. a man after his widow has married again. We would also like to know the Lancaster People To See "Hamlet". exact time and place of events you About twenty people have engaged hand to us. We do not like to publish passage on the "Titanic" on next Wedindefinite articles. nesday afternoon to go to Lexington to All persons who have claims against see Sothern & Marlowe in Hamlet. All the estate of S. Archer will present those who expect to make this trip are them pi operly verified according to law notified to be at the Kengarlan hotel at to the undersigned J. G. Burnside, 1:30 p. m. next Wednesday afternoon, The Garments offered are of the very latest styles and Committee of the said S. Archer, said promptly, as the Titanic like time and are exquisitively beautiful. They exemplify the very last S. Archer having been adjudged tide, will positively wait for no one. incompetent to manage and control his Handsome and comfortable seats have and conform stritctly to fashword in stylish estate. Claims must be filed on or be been installed in the car and the trip can be made in great comfort. fore April 15, 1913. ions latest decree. G. Burnside, Committee of S. Archer. J. t-ts The new school building is rapidly Nothing short of the miracle of the pie go nearing completion. Let's have a big loaves and fishes will make the "dinner on the ground" spread around. dedication day. are about in from All the The number of local automobile Washington and the price of soothing owners is to be mateiially augmented syrup has advanced. if the "prospective buyers" told of by The oldest inhabitant states that we the agents become actual owners. have had our "Easter spell", and may Hats for Easter will be small, but the now expect some good weather. most artistic ever. There'll be no From the number of tobacco canvases switches and rats under the new hat, to be seen in the country, we are to for the simple reason there'll be no room have a bumper tobacco crop this year. for'em. Hughes, of Harrods-bur- g, Monday'is county court day who is an applicant for Internal the Revenue Collector in the Danville dis- uggies AND Harness. .,, K LflHI K i You'll Pull No Long Face. over your bargains if you buy a carriage from us. On the contrary your face will be all smiles as you find that in actual use the carriage is even better than you thought. For it will stand any amount of service on account of its honest materials and skilled construction. Let us show you. H te our Ladies Department, a gorgeous display of superb Easter Remnants will take place here Thursday, Friday and Saturday, this week. In apparel W. X J: ROMANS. Uncle Dave Ross Robbed. New Tailored Suits, Dresses and Costumes. direct from the largest manufacturers of New York City A look will convince you that our prices and styles are right. John W. Vogel's Big City Minstrels which comes to the Stanford Opera House, Saturday March 22nd will doubtless prove a strong drawing card. The company is a large one and well balanced, contains a host of clever comedians and vocalists and an olio of specially selected vaudeville acts. An unusually big business is looked forward the management. It to-b- Edgar Dunn, a colored boy who has Make This A Memorable Easier By All Wool Suits, $10.00 to $25.00. All Wool Dresses $5.00 to $20.00; Attractive footwear to complete tfieEaster Costume. In our Mens Department we are showing the very newest things in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods We cordially invite you to call and inspect our lines. H. T. Loan been in the employ of Uncle Dave Ross, and who is better known about town as "Bible back", effected an entrance to Mrs. Ross' trunk on last Sunday night and abstracted a ten dollar bill therefrom. He made his escape taking with him Uncle Dave's smoke house keys, about which that gentleman is very much concerned. Officers have located the culprit and it is only Hollow Horn Bear, the most famous a matter of time when he will be apof all Sioux chieftains, died last week prehended. in Washington of pneumonia. years the big chief For sixty-fou- r Women's Club To Have "Rat Day". had defied death on the war path, the Upon the earnest solicitation of the plains, the mountains and the forests, Women's Club, Mayor Logan and the but the inclemency of the March weaths City Council have designated Saturday er in Washington together with watch- Marcn 22 as "Rat day" and upon this ing an inaugural parade, was too much day every rodent within the confines of for the old warrior. the city will be offered some extra An all American trousseau is in inducement to enter a trap or some course of preparation for the daughter dainty will be spread with poison for of Edison. Pretty Miss Madeline Edi- his benefit. This is a very laudably undertaking, son engagement was announced a few days of the "Pied Piper" weeks ago and all Menlo Park, where and as the have passed and he cannot be found to Edisons laboratories and electrical to their death by mean3 works are established, is in the- - most lead the rodents of sweet music, every merchant and excited tip-to- e over the wedding, which citizen should lend their assistance in is scheduled for a late spring event. community of clearing It is said there will be marvels of gala dangerous the destructive pests. these and electric display when the wedding bells chime for Wizard Edison's daughter. S. C. White Leghorns. i Giving Your Best Girl A NICE BOX OF CANDY. We have a full line of Miss Hallodays t i i fine home mad candy. This Candy is the finest ever. Stratford Serenades Lyceum Course. House March 28. of Court 2t My stock from prize winners at Atlanta, Louisville and other shows. A few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky, $1-5- t DAVIDSON & DOTY t t V : ;" jra. itfy'-J-The Central Record ' "" Mrs. Burton Ho Better. pcrazraph Can .Yon Doubt It? because some particuk 2& 1B was not just to their liking, not only i are Sony to state that the Those who are firm believers in the did they cut of? their subscription but infallibility INCORPORATED. of the eround hoc as a condition of Mrs. Mary Burton, the " "Xmt $1.00 A YEAK. uiey inaae me eauor leei awiu. lf!SUbl WEKKLV. we.uher pr0phet are pointing with pride aged mother of W. B. Burton of this SK2Lt ; t told him "there was nothing in his L?4- to last Sunday, which was the last day plip. uhows no improvement, and that find paper anyway", but we invariably of the sagacious little animal's predict she remains critically ill at her home J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. him eagerly perusing his neighbors ed "six week3 of bad weather", and near Buckeye. Mr. Burton is at her R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. copy of the very next issuo. that day surely did strengthen the faith bedside. Such are the ups and downs of the of the most skeptical in this unmistak Ktitercd at the Tot Office In Lnnca'stcr, Ky., life of a newspaper man, and he purMr. Henry Arnold Seriously Sick. able weather prognosticates Mhtl Matter. as Secoml-CUssues the even tenor of his way, enMr. Henry Arnold who until recently m deavoring to publish the news without Lenten Season Closes Sunday. conducted a store at Hyattsville, was Member Kentucky Press Association fear or favor, giving to the living, and This week is "Holy Week" and rounds stricken Monday with some ailment of alike, their just dues, friend and foe out the lenten season. Today, Friday, the brain and is now seriously ill at his Eighth District Publishers League. and when they die, saying more nice "Good Friday" and will be observed home near the Poor House. Mr. Arthings about them iran obituary than is by the Episcopal and Catholic churches nold is a thrifty young farmer and ' Lancaster, Ky., March 21, 1913. they ever had said about them. with services appropriate to the occas- popular gentleman, a son of Mr. II. C. ion commemorative ot the crucifixion of Arnold. He married Miss Ida Ray, a William President Wilson has expressed him- our Saviour. Easter Sunday willbe ob- daughter of Rates For Political Announcements I self as unqualifiedly in favor of the re- served everywhere, in all the churches, Ray. ' For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 demption of party pledges, of standing Sunday schools and like organizations Mr. John W. Brown 111. 10.00 or County Offices uncompromisingly by the Democratic with services befitting the occasion. 15.00 For State and District Offices The condition of Mr. John W. Brown platform, and of lending every assist.10 For Calls, per line Adopt- - Strenuous Measures. is occasioning much uneasiness to has ance in his Dower to these ends. These 10 For Cards,-pe- r line declarations upon the part of our newly ManyiLancaster residents have com friends and relatives. He is at the For all publications in the interinstalled President have the right ring, plained of late of petty thefts about home of his brother Mr. R. S. Brown est of individuals or expresand if he lives up to them, which we their premises, chicken coops raided, in this city and while not confined to sion of individual views, per are firmly of the opinion he will do, he smoke houses entered, andjthe like, and his bed, is yet a very sick man. Mr. 10 line will retire from office with the confi- Chief Herron has been staying up nights Brown has for many years conducted a Obituaries, per line 05 dence of the entire people and the sat- in an effort to detect the marauders mercantile business at Buckeye and is isfaction of knowing that he has been Lancaster has for many years been one of the most substantial citizens of We are authorized to announce the faithful to his trust and the confidence comparatively free from complaints of the county; following candidates for Democratic reposed in him by his party. this nature, and to save the Chief Bids For Road Work Wanted. Nominations. The strict adherance to the platform trouble, as well as to effectually abate Road Mr. Bourne, Cleveland of democracy, the carrying out to the the growing nuisance, we suggest that For State Senator. letter of the party pledges, is of far Louis Landram's time honored remedy Supervisor for Garrard county adver- I more importance than the distribution be adopted, get out the family shot gun, tises in this week's Record for bids for CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. parceling out load it with number five shot and dis- repairing the roads of the county for the of patronage, Of Boyle County. of offices, and any democrat who charge it in the direction of the first the current year. The bids are to be feels that he cannot abide by the unseemly noise you hear about your opened on April 1st and all parties who For Representative. are interested in securing a part of the platform and assist in the carrying out premises after bedtime. JOHN M. FARRA. county work on roads must have their of these party pledges should forthwith J. R. MOUNT. bids prepared and in the hands of the Laudable Efforts. resign any office he holds at the hands Fiscal court on or before that date. of the party, and in the event of his We are very sorry that the Women's For County Judge. failure to do this, the people, his con- Club cannot accomplish everything they Successful Business Man. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. stituency, should seek the very first undertake, for we have yet to see them JAMES A. BEAZLEY. favorable opportunity to remove him, undertake anything that would not be Mr. J. R. Haselden, of Lancaster, a prominent citizen and merchant of our and any further political aspirations for the good of the community. For Sheriff. which he might have, should have an With their eyes ever upon the alert neighboring city; was here vesterday to A eternal quietus placed upon them. C. A. ROBINSON. for the public welfare, they have have Conn's Garage make some repairs t JJ party platform, the democratic plat- secured the promise of Dr. Locke, on his big automobile. Mr. Haselden is ASHBY ARNOLD. form upon which Woodrow Wilson made Sanitary Inspector for the Eleventh a young man who deserves great credit W. L. LAWSON. the race for the presidency, is a con- district of Kentucky, and an eminent for his remarkable success in the busiW. S. CARRIER. tract with the people, and whoever authority upon the best modern methods ness world. He began work in his unelects to make the race upon that plat- of sanitation, to lecture here in the near cle's tin shop when a mere boy, and by fii For County Attorney. es. re . fSS3 rT n ?:& t? m form and accepts office at the hands of future. The lecture will be entirely careful attention to business and an up j I S G. B. SWINEBROAD. 3 fesi a a u & V 5the people upon that platform, forth- free and everyone is cordially invited right life is today one of the most sub- - 111 GREEN CLAY WALKER. a party to that contract, and should attend. You may hear stantial citizens of Garrard county with becomes and anv deviation from the tenets of something at this lecture that will Danvilie Messenger. For Jailer. that platform, or any failure to lend enable you to avoid an attact of some Circuit Court. every assistance to the carrying out of virulent disease, either to yourself or JACK ADAMS. party pledges shouTdlfe looked upon in to some member of your family. DAVE ROSS. This week will round out the third the same light and treated in the same and last week of the March term of A Welcome Visitor. For Assessor. manner as the repudiator of a contract, circuit court, which has been a very and should be compelled to accept the Mrs. M. Blle Burnside has been a busy one. Judge Hardin has pretty DAVE C. SANDERS. consequence as such. welcome guest in Lancaster the last well cleaned up the criminal dockets E. B. RAY. A person elected to office upon the week, shaking hands with her friends, and has disposed of a goodly amount of J. B. COLLIER. democratic platform who finds that he W. L. HUFFMAN. and that means everybody. Mrs. Burn-sid- e civil business. is not in full accord with that platform The grand jury made its final report since leaving Lancaster several and is not in favor of, or cannot lend years ago has made For School Superintend. home with her on Wednesday and was discharged, her every assistance in his power to upholddaughter in Monticello Ky, and has having found about twenty indictments, MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. ing the platform and carrying out the been for a part of the time in wretched the bulk of them for minor offenses. party pledges, and who yet continues health. However her old time vigor A true bilj was found against Mr. C, For Magistrate. to hold office, is a usurper and should P. Kennedy for failing to erect and seem3 to have returned and she greets have the unmitigated scorn of his con1st District. friends with the same kindly maintain a fish ladder. There was also stituency and every honorable means her JOHN N. WHITE. warmth and friendliness as she did a true bill found against a merchant of should be adopted to encompass his imThese Suits are guaranteed ALL WOOL and the tailoring is the WALTON E. MOSS. years ago when she was a valued mem the county for furnishing cigarette mediate removal. material to a minor. The Royston SHIPTONH. ESTES. of the faculty of the local school. very best to be had. All the new models including the popular Korf oik President Wilson in his frank, honest ber DAVIS SUTTON. Her visit though a welcome one, is murder case was continued until the and laudable announcement will have styles. Let me have your support and I will prove my statement. tinged with one regret, thr fact that next term of court because of the ser 2nd District the hearty support of the united demowas called to her old home by the ious Illness of Mr. A. B. Estridge, who CHARLES C. BECKER. cracy of the country, not only that but she severe illness of her aged father Mr. is an important witness for the comTAYLOR T. BURDETT. the people.of the entire country will Thomas M. Johnston, who is at the monwealth. LOGAN ISON. n admire him for his efforts, for the The court will on Saturday hear some home of his son in Jessamine county people admire an honest man, irwhose span of life can last but a of the pleadings in the big Robinson and insurance case, which is pending in The local newspaper stands in the at- respective of his political convictions, short while; and what more proof could we have of Lincoln the ciicait court, the titude of a Father Confessor to the peoThat Easter Bonnet. matter being taken up here for the Or ple of the community in which it is the honesty of a man than his honest 30 30 DO published. It chronicles the shortcom- effort to meet his obligations, and that IE 3D A minister who had been much an- purpose of facilitating matters as much as possible. ings of the servants of the people, the is exactly what the determination of noyed by the way members of his elective and appointive officers of the President Wilson amounts to when he had of looking around to take For Government community, as well as giving them due expresses his determination to live up stock of late comers, thought he would Custodian Appointed I credit for all praiseworthy acts. It to the platform upon which he was break them of this bad habit by saying Site, Building Of Custom House Yet elected and to carry out the party "Brethern, Iregiet to see that your atpoints out the needs of the community from a business and commercial stand- pledges made previous to his election. tention is called away from your reA Long Way Off. point, boosts every enterprise, often He should and will have the assistance ligious duties by your desire to see Postmaster W. T. West has been ap single handed, advocates what is good and approval of every democrat and who comes in behind you. I propose as it sees it, and condemns what is bad every good citizen in this country in henceforth to save you the trouble by pointed Custodian of the local site for the Lancaster Federal Building. His in its eyes. It keeps the community his very laudable efforts. naming each person who may enter. instructions pertaining to his stewardposted as to the happenings of the loHe then began; "Dearly beloved," but ship are in detail and are too long for cality, chronicles the coming and going paused to announce "Mr. Smith with Don't forget the Circle Girls exof you and your neighbor, and in many change and Candy sale, Saturday 22nd. his wife and daughter". Presently he publication. He will have the authority to accept proposals for "ground ways "fills a long felt want". again paused; "Mr. Brown and two boys". The service continued in the rent" for the property, which he will Many there are who when some parThe President Simply Wants Simplicity. most orderly manner, and the parson forward to Washington for the inspecticular article particularly touches tion of the department, and in the 1 them on a sore spot, severely criticise Washington doesn't like it because was about to congratulate himself event the proposals are not accepted, upon holding the attention of the conthe editor and characterize his utter the inaugural ball was abandoned. it is probable that due notice, the ances as malicious, when as a matter 6 Knives, 6 Tea Spoons, 6 Forks, 6 Table Spoons. Regular price Next, many persons seem to nave gregation when he announced; "Miss government will after require the buildings of fact it is but a case of "the shoe fit- been startled out of their wits because Arnold in a new Easter hat" In a on the lot to be removed and the lot ting". Not in one case out of a hun- the President would not allow every one moment he felt his mistake, but it was entirely clear. too late every feminine head had turn- left dred does an editor allow malice to of a great milling swarm of office-see- k The most interesting part of these ed around. enter into his paper, is actuated by ers to see him privately, and take up instructions, to the casual reader, is ' malice in the news of his columns; he his time with petitions and indorse- Trustees Of Schools Invited To Meet With the information contained therein that ' simply endeavors to give the news, ments for thousands of posts in the because of the vast amount of work, Educators At Louisville. states plain unvarnished facts, and Government service. 6 Knives, 6 Tea Spoons, 6 forks, 6 Table Spoons. Regular Price there are in this world many people Lo and behold! the President attends Frankfort, Ky., March 20th. Instead the number of buildings which the government now has under construe-- 1 who cannot stand to have the plain un- a wasmngton tneater. pna there is no of treating the school trustees as part tion, it will be at least two years and varnished truth told about them. military escort and no patriotic music of the problem to be solved, the Kentucprobably longer, before the Lancaster There are the same restrictions plac- from the orchestra. It developed the ky Educational Association hereafter site will be demanded for government ed upon itsutterances by the law as orchestra had been notified the Presi purposes treating the trustee as a facuse. Ihis can mean tmr.- nne thinot there are upon a person, and should the dent didn't want the "Star Spangled tor in the solution of the remainder of will not begin on the Laneditor publish that which would injure Banner" played as he entered. Some the problem, and a department of trus- that work 6 Knives and 6 Forks guaranteed 3 years, packed in black case, satin building for at least two years some person, and that publication be people, therefore, were furious because tees, like the departments of superin- caster and probably a longer time than that lined. Regular price untrue, the injured party may seek they didn't know the President was in tendents and grade teachers, is to be redress at the hands of the law. For the theater until they saw him sitting organized at the meeting at Louisville will elapse before ground is broken for this reason, if for no other, a newspaper just like a man in one of the boxes April 30 as a constituent of the associa- our building. However, while we are disappointed must be guarded in its utterances, enjoying Billie Burke's fluttering, tion. at the long wait, and had hoped, though must be careful to get at the true flittings on the stage. A plan of active be hope, that it 6 Knives and 6 Forks, fancy pattern, standard plate, nicely packed. facts before publishing an article. If "What's the use," he probably asked tween teachers and trustees is being with no basis for that would begin sooner, yet we are thankthey become lax in this respect and do himself," of thrusting forward one'i wo.-ke-d Regular Price out by way of preparation and the site bought and ful not exercise proper care as to the self unnecessarily? People may get to a determined and systematic effort is paidthat we have for, and that the appropriation authenticity of the articles which ap- thinking after awhile that I go to the being put on foot to attract the attenpear in their columns, it will not be a playhouses just .to make the audience dance at the meeting of trustees from has been made for the erection of the great length of time before they will stand upland the orchestra play the every educational division, city and building. Some of us may, and doubtpassed to our reward befind themselves the defendant in a suit "Star Spangled Banner." Now why hamiet in the State. One of the inter less will have 6 Knives and 6 Forks, 12 penny weight. Regular price fore the edifice is built, bat future for damages. do I go to the theater at all? What is esting features will be a trustees' Easter sale generations at least will have the beneIn the course of his nosing around the primary purpose of my visit there? round table, where they can thresh out will probably re and they after news the newspaper man poss- Is it to make myself conspicuous? No. questions common to them all, with fit of it, 6 Knives and 6 Forks, hollow handle, extra heavy plate, guaranteed 5 years. Prjce $10.00 esses himself of many items which Is it to see everybody get up? Positive.-l- which each board has been wrestling member gratefully the efforts of their which resulted in the pro forefathers Easter sale would prove very interesting reading not Here is why I go to the show; single handed, unaided by the experi- vision for their comfort. matter in some quarters, which he I want to see the show." ence of the others. Six Tea Spoons, special pattern. Regular price $3.00 Easter Sale $2.37. never publishes, he unearths many The President appreciates that he is While the organizers are carrying on In other cities where John W. Vogel's skeletons that were thought to be President, and that, being President, a state-wid- e campaign to start this de- Big City Minstrels have appeared, Easter Sale $4.69. Six Table spoons. Special patterns. Regular Price $6.00 safely hidden, Which were he to flaunt patriotic American citizens are more partment with a big attendance, Sec- theatre parties have been a sociaj 100 sets of Table & Tea Spoons, good, heavy silver plate. 6 tea spoons 75c,6 table spoons 90c before the public eye, might prove in- than happy to pay him homage. He retary Thomas W. Vinson announced feature of the event. It is a jolly way teresting reading to some, while to simply wants simplicity, that' all. On today that John B. McFerran, of Louis- of enjoying a perfect evening, and witEaster Sale $10.98. Solid Silver Table Spoons. Regular price $16.50 others it would bring heart aches and the occasion mentioned he paid $40 for ville, has offered a prize of $50 in gold nessing what is said to be the best' Solid Silver Table Spoons. Regular price $17.50 Easter Sale $1 1 .48. sorrow. For the suppression of such two boxes. Presidents for generations to the county sending proportionately dressed and most elaborately staged matter he is given no credit, but for have been the guests of Washingtsn the largest delegation of trustees to minstrel prefcrmance in America. The every article of the "shoe fitting" theaters whenever they wanted to the meeting, the number of trustees in above organization wil) appear at the class he is gir i no end of blame. We be that is, they have taken advantage the county and the distance traveled Stanford Opera House on Saturday XTtrvYf (n.A aoxtm WV....b have known cases where some disgrunt , of the gift of seats. Mr. Wilson WMM Viainer nrtinaiAoraA in nurnWIincr tlio npiv. I A, .tit, UOl Wil OOnrl Qkn nnMifAnn.. WW...V.bU H.v...b ... w u. .... I fefc4. II III IIUbWHC VTC1 ... l ?n led Derson. neht here in this commu? he will have no "cornDs: ' he will nav The monev is to be used in anv wav tho ' nnrl sop tho hicrovst-- Minntrpl ( i nity, ordered their paper stopped, just his way. county board winning it sees fit this section of the state. i3lElL: E3S0 "; 1 Swi yrrYjr ' &&gite v 1 s manadMIBn r is rsx so - I am a candidate for your Spring Clothing business with the best line of PUEE WOOL SUITS for Men, ever brought to Lancaster, at $10.00 15.00 and e3P $20e00 Am-ica- JJklS Special IvifF8 House Of Quality. 3E3E ?gp TH 10 aso in &33g3 SALE EAST Oak Chest of Silver. Days Silver No. No 2 Oak are. $16.50 Easter Sale $11.98. Chest of Silver. $10. Easter Sale $7.00 $6.98. --- Haselden Bros. 16 penny weight Easter Sale $4.79 $6,00 Easter Sale $3.98. $1.98. $3.50. y $7.48. .. ... .... . ...( V . vr HASELDEN BEOS. It Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT NTBAJL RECOKD NOTICE toll-gate i Section No. 2 NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913. SI 50. ;i n 1 V J West hill to Madison line with gravel. volume, thus saving a child from the District No. I. Sec. No. J from harm of undirected reading. The books 1 double to Carteraville. Sec. are being obtained by gift, by contri8 No. G. Fall Lick, pike from Crab Or bution, and by purchase, and when it 4 (Ediled By The WomnnClnb) chard pike to Elmore's gate with rock, has become a fully established library in the nw room, it will merit the pride bee. io. 7. From Elmore's gate to end t The student vho ha3 free acces3 to of those who have had a part in it, and a K., of nilrp with (rravol So dictionaries, and books of reference promise an efficient service to those Lowell and Gillispie pike entire pike BEST PLOWS MADE. acquire the valuable habit of consulting who will share its benefit. with gravel. Sec, No. !). Paint Lick them in nil times of uncertainty. Bids will be received by Fiscal Court White Lick pike, entire road with It readily becomes the custom to The Library Committee made the ef- of Garrard County, on APRIL 1st, gravel. look up doubtful words, and find their fort to secure a library building from 1913 The bids will be on Sections, but for repairing the following. meaning. To search for quotations so Mr. Carnegie. An application blank TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD. bidder will not be restricted to one seca letter to the effect familiar and yet so hard to recall. To was sent tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a find the useful information so needed that only through the City Council COUNTY, KENTUCKY. bond will b required for double the VE there is not a day in the life of a stu- cquld this gift be made. The Council For the Year ending December 30th, amount of the bid. and said bond shall dent that a reference book is not a is interested but not in a position to 1913 Quarries will be furnished by the be approved by the Fiscal Court and pledge the necessary amount for annual necessity. county on sections where county owns said bidder will present with his bid Should there be no books convenient expenses of said building. We car. but quarries; weerc none is owned by coun- the name of liU prox-e- d Miietv or Everything for Orrlinnl, Liwn ainl is hope the- day is not far distant when of access a careless way of studying ty, contractor must furnish same. sureties. The bidding shall be per rod (tardea acquit ed. The unknown words are the request made of the Council can be Said metal shall be broken sufficiently of 223 cubic feet. The of n.et-a- l understood granted. passed over, references not to be used on each section will be Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. fine to pas3 through a two inch ring at The room that will be occupied by the its greatest diameter. are left unknown. Said metal determined by the court after bids are Sometimes the text is quite bare and library now under process of develop- shall be spread by contractor between received. AH bids must be filed with & Sons. the student is expected to supplement ment will be handsomely furnished and County Judge on or before April 1, H.F.Hillenmeyer e s 14th AND DECEMBER 1913. The Fiscal will be OCTOBER information when this is the shelves of the with Court reserves the Lexington, Kentucky. not available there is much of vital filled with books carefully selected to 30th, 1913. right to reject any and all bids. importance lost. In so many homes suit- suit the tastes of our children, young unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor CLEVELAND BOURNE, we will add having charge of work, and able books are not thought necessary. ladies and gentlemen-an- d the break Supervisor of Road3 for Garrard CounOur teachers complain that their work old ladies and gentlemen if aify should ing, measuring and spreading of said ty, Ky. is very much restricted on this ac be in Lancaster. Friends, we want metal shall be under supervision of your interest, your co operation-thi- s count. supervisor or deputy supervisor of disIH IUINT IiMJK. The Womans Club is working bard will assure us your help. We will sub- trict for which tbe work is done. Said to secure a Library which will be a mit later plans that we think will be turnpike roads are laid off as follows, valuable addition to our school. In a helpful in securing sufficient money for t: Messers E. L. Woods and M. K. R033 writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, short time all arrangements will be books that we may have a library to District No, 1. Sec. No. 2, Lexing are-a- t Hot Springs. of Bud, Ky., "and can do equipped pay credit to every effort. made and a modern well ton pike from Lancaster to Fork church Miss EmmaBurchell is visiting friends Library will bless and enrich our town. all my housework. For Easter is a very ancient festival to with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek near Nicho!a3vilIe. years I suffered with such pike, entire pike with rock. No. commemorate the resurrection of Christ. Much has been said and written in Miss Agnc3 Henderson of Lancaster, 4, Buckeye pike from Lancaster to pains, I could scarcely the last iew years about the dangerous It originated in the circumstance that McCreary with rock. is visiting friends and relatives here. Christ was typ'fied in the paschal lamb, stand on my feet After fly, and the slogan "swat the flv" is District No. 2, Sec. No. 1 ; LexingMiss Susie Smith of Berea has been three different doctors had beaid on all sides. Not so much "has which was ordained by Moses to be slain ton pike from Fork church to Dix the guest of her aunt Mrs. John Wyun. Perhaps not at the Fea t of the Passover. During Riyer and C. M. been said about the rat. failed to help me, I gave J Jenkin, residence, i V so deadly the fly. it is known to car the Second century of the Christian era a3 Miss Anulia McWhorter of Berea ha Cardui a trial. Now, I feel with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington ry the flea which causes the bubonic there were many disputes respecting pike aunt Mis. A. B. from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky ' heen visiting-he- r like a new woman." the day on which the feast should be ' Estridge. plague. Being a nocturnal animal the river bridge with rock. Sec. No. E53 habits of the rat are not well known. kept. The dispute was finally settled at Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. King of Point But that it is a wonderful destroyer the Council of Nice, in u25. which entire pike with rock Sec. No. 4. Bry- - Leavel spent Saturday and Sunday with of property has been proven though it ordained that it should be kept always uitsville and Cane Run pike entire their daughter Mrs. R. N. Beazley. andje verj where on the same day, and the would surprise many to read statistics of oike with rock. Sec. No. 5. Buena Miss Margaret Sunduaky left Wendes-da- y . .1 on the subject, and see how much they Sunday next after the full moon that e for her home in Jessamine Co. after will cause used came on or first after the vernal equinox, Vista and Kentucky River pike, actually waste and destioy. Millions of pike with rock. Sec. No. 6 from you to osk for nvrc. There are ninny dollars worth of property are destroyed which falls on .March 21st. Thus tht C Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's a vi.it to her aunt Miss Margaret Tonic Kcmick. brands ol Portland cement on the market each year by this vast army of rodents. council ordained so that it could nevei A woman's health de be coincident with the Passovr r of tht .late with rock. Mrs Buvdette Ramsey has for her 3 They are epicures in their way and e handle Universal because we know District No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye guest her mother Mrs. Midie Arnold pends so much upon her Jews, but celebrated as the day oi love the very choicest of grains. jike from McCreary to BucKeye post it w .11 g've osir v tomrs rarisfaction ; becauss vs Christs resurrection. The joy of Castei and brother Burdette Arnold of Anderdelicate organs, that the The juicy spring chicken is highly ffice, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye kn .v that trillions of barrels are ued in importr.;:t relished by them and so shrewd and comes from the fact that all natuu aike from Buckeye post office to Stotts son Indiana. least trouble there affects work all o or the country ; because it Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Nettie cunning are they that few escape af seems to live again. Winter is tht store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From her whole system. It Is conies to us wi'h a guarantee of the highest quality. death of the year, and in the deac Louis- ter they find their coops. -t the little things that count, Stott's store to Kentucky river with Treadway spent several days in T iV z r In view of these fact the Womans leaves vou see emblems of death, bui rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike ville last waek purchasing a new line of J' in a woman's life and U 1 lUXt. goods. Club has asked permission of the Coun- Spring with leaves and flowers bursting Hill Spring dry with you a'x-ii-t your building material requirement. health. If you suffer from forth is the joy of its resurrection. Tht from Buckeye pike to Pleasant cil to set apart one day on which war Her many friends and nupile of the school house, with rock. Sec. No. 3 seed now springing up, unfolding am any of the aches and shall be waged against them. Pour Ridge pike from Pleasant Hill school are glad to know Miss Lucretia It is thus ordered by the Mayor and blossoming into beauty and fragranci .chool house to Scotts Fork 'church. Skinnir is able to be out after about ten pains, due to womanly Council that Saturday March 22 shall have lived on earth before, just aseacl weakness, take Cardui at vith rock. Sec, No. 6, Poor ridge pike days serious illness. On that day raised bodv will be. in some way th be proclaimed rat-daMiss Lula McWhorter entertained a tg once, and avoid more seri rom Scotts Fork church to Kentucky or the night before all citizens, owners outcome of a body that lived before iver, with rock. Sec. No, 7. Kirks-ill- e large number of her friends at an ous troubles. We urge of property, or renters, grocerymen, The full joy of Easter, typifying th pike from Hyattsville to top of enjoyable partv last Saturday evening you to try it. Begin today. druggists and merchants must place resurrection, comes from a faith in Got Vest Hill, East of H. West residence, in honor of her guest Miss Marguerite We have added to our business, a complete line poison in some form about their home3 and in his son, Jesus Christ, when he with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of Jett. ' of everything thai goss into concrete. and places of business, traps must be shall come and bring forth the dead bodies immortal means A satisfied customer is worth mord to us than set and all be rid divised by which our bodies. and change themis into silver linThis thought the of these dangerous town may ing to the dark clouds of death and the long profits. If you are going to use anything in this and undesirable citizens. grave. OFFICE OF line it will pay you to buy from us. Through an invitation from the "Some day the silver cord will break. Club Dr. J. S. Locke Sanitary Womans And 1 no more as now shall sing; tS. illatumi. Inspector of the eleventh distiict, But, O, the joy when 1 shall wake G-arraBarboursville, Ky., will publicly adDRV COODb', Within the palace of the King. dress tne people one day in the near Some day my earthly house will fall, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. future. Dr. Locke is employed by the I cannot tell how soon 'twill be, Rockefeller foundation fund to lecture But this 1 know-m- y all in all GENERAL MERCHANDISE, upon the promotion of health and Has now a place in heaven for me". He is thoroughly equipped with moving pictures and views relating to Loyd. his subject and all are urgently asked to Record 2:29 'A, Trial 2:U3A. LANCASTER, KY., March 21st. 191 3l come. This lecture i3 entirely free no Mr. Kirby Teater was in Buna Vista Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27J4. collection will be taken. Monday on business. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hand3, foaled 190G. Dear Sir: ReV. Wearen will fill his regular ap- There is one dollar due from each Standard Registered Vol 18. and every member of the Womans pointment at Antiock Sunday. . Alcyone TH, 2:27. Club who has not as yet given this Misses Leota and Rosa Ray were the ( Dark Mght Jmi Sireof 80, dannof 65. sum toward furnishing the new club guests of Miss Lelia Teater Saturday. Sire of 21. iuc Search- - ( Noonday f Brook 1CCS My St Klrao27". (Silent lialit 2.0:'4. Ilriglitliglit WILL YOU ACCEPT THIS INVITATION? room in the college. The committee I Dark Wilka 2:K Record 2:lfl'- -. Mr. Preston Snyder and family were Great Brood Mure. , Sire of Billy Burk2:03.,-- I V.Uhi 2 :(!!, etc. Harry Clay l).2:i!J, can make no further plan until all of the guests of her parents Saturday and I hire or 1. dams of 00. ShaLiv2:ti7!. Mr&don I Jenny Clay " this fund is collected. See the treas- Sunday. ( Norwood Belle Kbubh Great brood mare Brook Hrook 2:fKJJ. We heartily and cordially invite you to drop in here this week tomorrow today, if you can and By Xarwood 52'i. urer Mrs. Price at once. Ludy Belllircok I riHrnn U It pa 17SX- - 2tlH Mr. M. F. Davis was the guest of I .MOkozuiT 2:10, etc. Hlreof 12 lii2:10.etc. enjoy a few minntes looking over our magnificent line of new Spring goods. No matter if you doh't want Sln of Brenda Yorke (Que The department of music will hold Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teater Saturday Ethel By Strathmore 408. Ferno 2:05'-- ; anu'l. its regular session in the parlor of the aid Sunday. Clnyo . . Belle (3) 2:(;l. iSJSjJ. Dam of Bumps Ntie to bay now or have no immediate need, we want you to see what a really large line of Dry Goods, Dam of I.nlst Watts (2 Siher Silk (II 2:i'J. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder were visKengarlan Hotel on Friday afternoon iO:'.-iMonrlco (:i) 2 07'i Susie Bleiieher 2fW. the home of his mother ThursX. (32:ri3Ji. etc. Garments for Ladies. Men and Boys, you have tr. xl :7; nut of a liftlf Wilkes Nutwood SOOT, 2:21V. Notions, Ladies and Childrens Shoes. Ready-to-WeMarch 21 at 2:30 o'clock, subject itors at eU-- r to Mlent Brook ( Sire o( Carl Ulltes 2.0l'i. day and Friday. Modern Operas. J Jennv clay. BettrClar 2:16J. right here in Lancaster we want you to learn what really exceptional values you can get right here in Hnlf H.ter to Silent Clay 45. Bv Mrs. Julia Walker and daughter Miss Brook 2:li.'. Him of Silent Brook ddl clay Ully Clay Emma were the guests of Mrs. Kirby Clay I fll irJ.'i and 2:lt.'$. Iteddie The Value Of t Libraiy To Students. your own county town your dollars never could get more actual value anywhere, any time, than right dim of Pme 2rJI'i. etc. Teater Saturday. may be considered a work of truest It HERE right NOW. Silent Brook 107G9. 2:1(U. sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:0Ci, Master Hogan Teater the bright litShawbay 2:07. Zarrine 2:07J, Betty BrOok 2:09J, Emma -- Brook 2:09, Lady philanthropy that the Board of Trust- tle son of Mr. and Mrs Kirby Teater is Don't take our word for it come and see for yourself, compare our values with the best values Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J.Margaret Bathgate ees has granted to the Woman's Club very sick at this writing, (4) 2:11J, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07i. etc. His dam, Jenny the use of a beautiful room in the hand you know of anywhere else. Misses Lida Mae and Mell Ray were some new school building and that in Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:23J, and was grandam of Prue guests of their sister Mrs the week-en- d We won't urge you to buy simply let the goods and prices tell their own story. that room is to be housed the Library Moko 24437, sire of Fereno 2:03J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda This work, Lige McMillion at Coy. now under development. Yorke (3) 2:03 (Futurity winner.) (3) 2:04J, Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity like mercy is "twice blessed, blessing Fashion's very newest and best things are exhibited here now. You'll certainly enjoy looking Mrs. James Sanders was the guest of (chumpion winner.) (3) J filly.) Manrico (3) 2:07i (Futurity win- - him that gives and him that takes". her daughter Mrs. Less Harber in Danover the new things we are showing for Spring and Summer wear. ner.) Silver Silk (1) 2:0SJ, Susie N. (3) 2:09i (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, for not only are we mindful of the ville Tuesday and Wednesday. Mobel 2:101, Mocheuler 2:liJ. Momasler 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) This store offers big values in all departments and can supply you with just what you ought to pleasure and profit to the people of the The little infant of Mr and Mrs. J. etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) town and community who have access S. Cran" died Thursday gid was buried have-ju- st what you want-- at a price you want to pay. 2:0DJ, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:132, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, to the library, but how can we estimate in the old Daniel Rat Burial grounds, Baron D. 2:1 o, etc. by the school itself-anthe value to the Come, let us show you how well and profitably we can serve YOU. In attending to your wants Mr. niuey waiKer anu tamiiy were Bleucher 40153, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14J, half in 1:0G, last quarter school is meant the personnel of the the guests of her mother Mrs. Victora use that policy is best for our interests in the we'll consider YOUR interests above everything in 22 secor.ds , i a hardtome seal Licwn horse, trd will weigh 1100 pounds student body and the individual interest Anderson in Preachersville Saturday He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is cut of Clayo, by the of each child. and Sunday. long run. great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse It is doubtful if the library in any families of the present day. lie being a real race horse himself, having had home supplies the various and changNo matter what you want to wear, its best for your interest to come here and see if this store very little training and most of that by an amateur It certainly looks like ing demands of the investigative minds isn't able'to serve you best of all best in style, best in quality, best in service, best in price, best in this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win of children. From very early years the Will be paid to any person having his share of the money sure. tales of fiction and history hold the any kind of pain or ache, Shipp' everythingjhat means the best satisfaction to you. if BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect rapt interest of a child; and with men- Quick-Reli- ef Liniment fails to give TODAY, LOOK, INSPECT, and COMPARE But don't wait until you have something to buy-c- all manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue tal development and the broadening of instant relief and the purchase price comes a desire for a know- Is not refunded. Try it and see. Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse the horizon wear-valu- e then THINK and REASON. When buying time comes, go where you get the most style-valu- e, "It Is the most wonderful remedy for ledge of science and an understanding out this year. pain I have ever used." Capt. An. for your money This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed in- of the deep, essential things that past dersou Jerry, Lexington, Ky. and satisfaction-valu- e "I used this liniment and the pain and to the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and years have recoided on the written disappeared like magic" Jailer Cordially yours, page for the enrichment of minds. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Ky. see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. "It Is the only remedy that has given me This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in It is the book of reference that forms miy relief since I was paralyzed four years a very important part of a library, and ago. Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg. ind- Lancaster, Kentucky, at "For relieving aches : the splendid books of history and ency- ment beats anything and pains this llnl. 2? over saw." J. II To Insure A Living Colt. clopedia that have been the unused Letton, Lexington, Ky. I "This almost instant relief I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien re- property of the school for many years and hasliniment gavecured me of rneuma. completely Kwalt, Paris, Ky. on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. have been placed in the care of the tlsm."-S.- B. tained Woman's Library and will be at the If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain In Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. P.S. We especially invite the young Men and Boys of the town and county to come. examine service of the students. The new cas- Any Part of The Body in Fifteen our elegant line of Clothing in Norfolk and other suits New Shoes, Straw Hats, Shirts and other lines of es will hold not only these, but several Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back. " 50c At AH Dmggi.Uor hundred books of fiction, put there afNew Goods, just received. LANCASTER, KY. ter consideration of the merit of eacn Bonrboa Remedy Co'Lexington, Ky, PHONE 95. i h si mmM ft law The Womans Ciub TR & Oliver hill and Syracuse Plows. Bids Wei iled. Omenta at reduced PRICES. Plow Points and repairs ON & CO. J. n. 2J? VULCAN PLOWS STRAWBERRIES, Shrubs, Asparagus, us-Iat- er Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. - out-sid- book-case- u&Htmtt m ' N$r5sSitf5fi 1, ' UN e A IKJ V Universal Portland Cement in concrete work I en-ir- ' Tho Woman's ir Jlii. ra i k ! Sand, Screenings, Lime. P rd Milling' Co, e. BLEUCHER 46158. I 1 I ar -- lln-T- d else-beca- $100 REWARD $20.00 5f QSau. W. B. BURTON, Our i 9 13 Spring Line of WELL DESERVED Only Unwise People Tol. For Hair Health If Reza.ll "S3" Hair Tonic doM Mot Improve tha health of your scalp and hair, wa will pay for what you use during the trial. We could not no strongly endorse Reiall "93" Hair Tonic and continus to soil it to the snrao people if it did not da r.ll wb claim. Miuuld it not prow entirely sutisfactory our customers would loso faith in ui, w would lose their patronage, and out The Praise Thai Comes From ThanKfu People. erate CATARRH. rid of Catarrh; haw' irj, snuffling, and all misery caused by the Catarrh germs. Get a JIYOMEI outfit today, follow the instructions and breathe five times into jour lungs the germ a day-dekilling air through the little inhaler. At night just before going to bed use the vapor Ueatment as directed. This treatment is prescribed by the best Catarrh Specialists in America and Europe to destroy Catarrh germs. Booth's HYOMEI is Australian Eucalpytus and other splendid 'antiseptics. A complete outfit which includes inhaler is $1.00; separate bottles, if the first does not entirely cure, can be obtained for 50 cents, and money back from R. E. McRoberts & Son if you are dissatisfied. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. K- MILLIK'ERY is unusually large and attractive. Our line is complete in all of Lancaster One kidney Ileteisa&Jic way to -t latest styles, made from the Best MATERIALS. All we ask is the opportunity to show you in a practical way, why our Millinery is the best value obtainable. We invite you to inspect our stock Opening Day, March 22nd R. S. 7 BROWN. xAxxA:IJliii i i tenfifajaiBiasa I Pursley's r 45 DAYS ' 1 nijiiiii Herbs Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all J3 The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,;Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Stings Liniment for all Pain, Deafness, Burns. Bottle. Sprains Etc. 25cts per CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cls. All on sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. UHgmmf12MMifW) HDKIID1 tat:. "Its the mechanical wonder of the age!" You can't buy the Ford me- chanical features in any other car at any price. That's one reason why you must get yours now if you want to drive "the mechanical wonder of the age" this season. "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. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit Factory. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. ggil ATTENTION We again call your attention to rm"dy has known merit. Lancaster people rely upon it. That remedy is Dean's Kidney Pills. Lancaster testimony proves itreliable Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St, Lancaster, Ky, says: "My experience with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to say that they live up to the claims made for them. I suffered a great deal from backache and could not sleepvwell. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework. Being advis ed to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store, (now R. E. McRoberts & Son's Store). They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved". "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great medicine. They promptly relieved me and I gladly confirm what I said some years ago recommending them." JIT. II EH HON For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York Miss Amey Montgomery is victim of sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and gripp. Mr. Ernest Ball had a nice colt to die take no other. Friday. Mrs. Lauranv Montgomery has been PJlEluHEUSniiliB. quite ill with gripp the past week. Mr. E. C. Montgomery boughtof Mrs. Mrs. D. M. Anderson is reported L. Montgomery three shoats price $21. Mr. G. A. Bruce of JMercer Co. is sick. with his daughter Mrs. J. M. Vander-poMr. Henry Kidd is quite ill of pneumonia. Mr. A. O. Montgomery bought a sow Mr. Walter Bryant has been sick but and two pigs from Mr. Savage of Coy is better. price $26. Mr. Newton Gill who has been so ill Mr, B. A. Duncan bought of Mr. of pneumonia is better. Dennie Scott three sows and 26 pigs Mr. Charles Naylor has come home for $130. from Corbin where he has been at work. Misses Hettie Hunter and Verua Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Mahan of Lan- Pierce spent last week with relatives caster were here Sunday to attend on Back Creek. church. The Women preachers began a sereis Rev. English spent Sunday with Mr. of meetings school house at Sunny-sid- e ami Mrs. R. J. McAlister on Drake's Sunday evening. Creek. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow and little Miss Rinda Pettus has just returned daughter, Lucy, were with her parents in from a protracted visit to relatives at Danville Saturday and Sunday. Oklahoma and Kansas. Miss Edith Montgomery who is teach Mr. and Mrs. William Najlor of near ing a select school &t Lindue Dale was Stanford visited her parents, Mr. and with home folks Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. Levi Bell Sunday. Miss Ovelia Montgomery left Sunday Rev. J. E. Roberts the pastor of the for Hamilton Val.ey, where she has Methodist church will preach "Sunday accepted a position as clerk in a general and Sunday night, the 23. sture. Rev. E. B.English was here to fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. The Cause Gf Rheumatism. Mis. Willis Naylor of Rowland has Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de been with her daughter Mrs J.F.Payne ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu r and Mrs Logan niatism. Get your stomach, liver, kid neys and bowels in healthy condition While attempting to drive a young by taking Electric Bitters, and you colt last Wednesday Mr. Charles Nay- will not be troubled with the pains of lor was kicked on the hand and receiv- rheumatism. Charles B Allen, a school ed a broken finger. prhcipal, of Sylvania, Ga., who suf Mr. Fado Parks, our versatile miller, fered indescribable torture from rheu veterinary and blacksmith, bought a matism, liver and stomach trouble and big coon dog from Mr. Jack Stigall, of diseased kidneys, writes: "All reme Harmon's Lick, for $5. and tLe canine dies failed.until I used Electric Bitters, is worth the tin. but four bottles of this wonderful Mr R. G. Pettus had a fine mare to remedy cured me completely." Maybf get hurt by a corn stalk which made a your rheumatism pains come from very dangerous wound between the fore stomach, liver and kidney troubles, legs and ranging upwards about eight Electric Bitters will give you prompt inches, but did not penetrate the inter- relief. 50c and $1.00. Recommended by R. E. McRoberts & Son. nal cavity. The prayer meeting at tne Baptist BUCKKIE. church is getting along nicely with Bro Thos. J. Carden as leader. A lot of the Wm. Ray and family visited Virgil older church members are making them selves conspicuous by their absence. Lay ton Sunday. They should come out and assist and Ed Arnold who is a great potato hold up the arms of Bro. Carden. raiser has planted. The themometer dropped 40 degrees on Saturday night. Best Known Cough Remedy. Ed Chandler wants to buy a good For forty-thre- e years Dr. King's horse safe for lady to drive. New Discovery has been known Malvin Carter sold 10 stock hogs to throughout the world as the most re- Cecil Broaddus for 8 cents per pound. liable cough remedy. Over three milWm. Ray was called to the bed-sid- e lion bottles were used last year. Isn't of his Henry Arnold who is this proof? It will get rid of your in a very critical condition. cough, or we will refund your money. A. C. Miles attended the cattle sale J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way hundreds of others have done: of T. W. Duckworth at Nicholasville, "After twenty years, I find that Dr. on last Friday, stock steers brought King's New Discovery is the best about 8 cents per pound and cows and remedy for coughs and colds that I calves from 40 to 80 dollars. The Sunday School here w 11 organiz have ever used" For coughs or colds on the 5th, Sunday afternoon at 3 and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1.00 at R. E. Mc- o'clock all are invited to be present, dont send the children but come and Roberts & Son. bring them and get the lessons for the ep ol grand-daughtem son-in-la1-- r nou m 1 &&&&z& J' ii V. mP h i oi m Q 5 ta 9J3 to the scalp, stimulate new bail growth and prevent preraaturo baldness than any other human agency. We want you to make us prove this. We ask you to riilc no money whatever. Buy a bottle of Reiall "93" Hair Tonic, use it according ta directions for thirty days; then 11 you are not entirely satisfied, come aid tell us and we will promptly band back the money you paid us (or it. We won't ask you to sign anything, nor even to bring the bottls back. We won't obligate you ia any way. We will take your mere word. Could anything be more f sir? Could we do anything more to prove our belief in Reiall "93" Hair Tonic, and our honojty of purpose in recommending it to you? Reiall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleasant to use as spring water and has but a faint, pleasing odor. It comes in two sizes of bottles, 50c and J1.0O. You can buy Reiall "93" Hair Tonk In this community only at our store: ' R. E. McROBERTS & SON J3caZ Sun Kentucky Lancaster T There is a Iteiall Store in nearly every town and city In the United States. Cnad an Great Britain. There is a diSsrent ItettU Remedy for every ordinary human UI each especial designed for the particular CI recommended. for which it ia business would suffer. If your hair is falling out or you suffer any scalp trouble, we believ Reiall "93" Hair Tonic will do more to eradicate the dandruff, give health can be cured by the use of I either HALLS or SNQDDY'S I REMEDIES. We have the sale of both. McRoberts & Son, tV&Tm&t&&& lffi.ttA&&0 R. E. I B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. ORGANIZED 1S83. Vice Pr-n- . J b The R.xall Star.. r Aimtkt't Drug Stat CnUs "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. J, TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE f I 5 that CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. SURPLUS $40,000. J. J. Walker, Jr.. Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists 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 SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. I I IN THE HEART st. 'SJa !fe-fS5"4l- WALNUT ST. tShT. FOURTH FinT R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek. Mich. When ia Louisville Stop at fee Hotel Henry Watterson ABSOLUTELY PLAN ONLY You could not stop in a more modern 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 are the "Showplaces" of Louis-villROOM WITH LAVATORY AND PRIVATE TOILET. $1.50 ROOMS WITH BATH SAMPLE ROOMS. WITH BATH e. perdsj $2.00 and $Z50 per day $i50perday For Reservations Address HOTEL HENRY WATTERSON, Louisville, Ky. County Court Days. BUENA VISTA Henry Ruble is on the sick list. J. E. Scott was in Lexington Wednesday on business. Miss Myrtle Ruble was a shopper in Harrodsburg Friday. Miss Nannie Mae Ison is visiting relatives at Buckeye. Master William Fain is visiting his grand-mothat Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lane of Nicholas-vill- e are visiting relatives here. Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin spent the week's end with relatives here. Several from here attended the play "Old Maids Club", at Burgin Saturday evening. Miss Nannie Lethers of Faulkner visited her sister Mrs. W. H. Duncan last week. Mrs. Albert Skinner has returned from Paint Lick where she was called last week on account of the sudden illness of her daughter Miss Lucretia Skinner a popular teacher in the Graded er 2nd, quarter. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. ML Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Official Directory Of Garrard County. ROBT. B. JONES. Manaser. Chattanooga, Tenn., nd Horn Ajslst (open My 1,1913), Ail&zts, Gsh, Older same management and OTrnerstjp. CEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mgr. Both, Pattet, M THE NATIONAL BANK OF IANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- 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 stom ach 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 Tab lets will drive out all the misery and give you practically a new, clean, o-work stomach or R. E. Mc Roberts & 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. MI-O-N- A willing-t50-ce- nt Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Circuit Judge Hon. Cbarles A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur j ear. Circnlt Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund Ben K. Robluson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford. County Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Kellv Racine Tires. sly i " -- Depniy'clerk Coroner J, A Jonts. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerift C. A. Robinson. Superintendant of Schools Miss Jennie Hlg- - Harry Toinllnson. VERY LOW COLONIST RATES TO girs. Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. Logan Ison 2nd. Dint. Harrison Kay 3rd, Dist. A Tire that is absolutely the best on the market. Does away with fifty per cent of the punctures. flfe 7 Guaranteed for 4,000, 4,500 and 5,000 miles. . California, Colorado, Washington Oregon, Nevada, and other Western States. via jj fe. -- t James Coldlron 4th, Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dist. R. D. McMurtry. 2nd Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor H. T. Logan. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. H.Tomllnson. City Clerk-- H. K. Herndon. Better Than The Best, No Higher City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Felice L. E. Herron. Than The Rest. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Premier Carrier To The South Daily to Two Through Trains The cheapest tire on the market when you figure the miles guaranteed Remember we are sole agents Inner-tube- s. fiiLJH vifm 1M ft M J 72 School. Are You Cousb'paled? Phoenix Hotel for Michelin ST. LOIJIS. Leave Danville at 525 a. m. and 525 p. m. Tickets sold March 15 to April 15. As an illustration Fare Danville Ky., to Los Angeles, or San Francisco. $42.20. Other points in the West in proportion- - For full information, maps eta, write, MMiMrw R.M.Arnold PONE 274. DANVILLE KY. If so, get a box of Dr. King's New 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 poisons from your system. They wil Distilled, Filtered surely get you well again 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. LEXINGTON. 1-- m Drinking Water. COUNCILMEN. - KENTUCKY Parker Gregory. W.M. Zanone. G S. Greenleaf. H. C. Hamilton. B.F.Walter. Wm. Herndon. B H TODD, G. P. A. 124 South 4th St LOUISVILLE, ,KY k.,... I- - -- .JSJ? Z3CZlimEr3i 1L czziaczDnczDnczDC 3L-- j ,r ncziriczii: n u A Little Political History County. Of Garrard I New Place Far Miss Lloyd. Mi;s Alice Lloyd, of Dover Ky , the March ?nd. Last Big Show Of The Season. JOHN W. VOGEL'S BIG CITY overcome by Democrats, by the use of ion of tl boys' corn clubs. i?he will superior electioneering tactics and take up her duties July 1. campaign methods. I he burden 01 this majority was increased and ac- - i Sothern And Marlswe At Lexington. niin4itaKil l,t flit, font tliot ihn fVll.f I ! 1. tors office was located at Lancaster for. E. H. Sothern and Julia M.rIowe. ' the two most important dramatic .tars for many years, under Republican rule. i.II3IC tUiIU, I.U, An army ol officers was on duty, in yi - UVL.kZil jpSUJVIII appear at the Lexington Opera House the home office and in the field, ever for thiec nights beginning Monday. ready to contribute funds and work v March 24. This will be the most im- - j for the Republican campaign. Demohas i crats who won, under these conditions, portant dramatic company 'thut Mr. ' visited Lexington in many years. and property afterwards is the firealwere forced to work and use funds Miss Marlowe will pre?er.i most without limit. They weie bound Sothern and man's duty. Your duty is to see as by an . incubus, an irresistible in- three plays fiom their Shakespearean j repertoire. On Monday night. March that in case of fire your loved ones fluence. will appear in "Ilomeo and are not made homeless and . penniLancaster is to have a Government 21. they Juliet;" on Tuesday night, the 25. building, in which the office could be less. Order a fire insurance policy located, and justice and equity would 'As You Like It;" on Wednesday night. m 20, "Hamlet." Tnere will be no Wed- - from us today. Every day's delay suggest the propriety of locating the office there. Compensation demands nesJa' ""'ticca. Many theatre goers means the risk of seeing your famit. It would be consistent with the ot tins city will doubtless desire to ily without a home or the means " custom of pensioning soldiers for set- -! ""- "? u vice in time of war. Justice demands opportunity f witnessing three of the of getting one. m03t J10?"1' Plai'f "f Shakespeare. , a quid pro quo. a tit for tat. FRED P. FRISBIE. as they wi be by two auch No man in the country fought 'ye a matter of scars. It will Office Citizens National Bank influence harder than Col. T. B. Robin famous to theatie goeis that the prices son, who is an applicant for the Co- iriteiest to bo charged for this engagement will llectors office. He was always in the be the same as is usually asked by athottest line of battle, and verily spent tractions of the first elasw. F blue-gra- ss a fine farm in waging war II It is usual for Sothern and Marlowe against this Republican influence. to ask ?2.50 to 3. for orchestra seats The woman who buys a Wooltex These statements are founded on facts in theatres ot small capacity, but the We have been as careful in our that are as incontrovertible as those nvinrrtnn (itiio (Titc. Viio t?nK a Intm upon which any statements are based. Garrard Circuit Court. . . coat or suit gets a combination of ,. ., . .., , seating capacity that they are able to u uiving nun ..iiie... a. wuuiu l .. luau J play at the- following scale of prices; Reuben L. Stinnett, Administrator, et unite as in our styles. We know values j anu consistent, wiui ,l claims ii ai, uuii an; Orchestra floor, S2; balcony, $2, $1.50 uie Plaintiffs. ; style and value impossible to duplibeing urged in behalf of a candidate VS. and ?1: gallery, 50 cents. The orchescan be beaten, and we that neither Reuben L; Stinnett's Heirs, et ai. Defor U. S. Senator because he 'vas detra box seats will be $2.50 each, and cate; nothing better can be made-tai- lors prived of his rights in the past. fendants. the balcony box seats $2 The Pursuant to a judgment rendered Let us reason together anTT do that management ha3 arranged each. fill all doubt if yon can see their equal D : to herein at the March Term, 1913, the which we know is right and consistent don't know how to improve mail orders accompanied by remittance, with facts and truths as immutable in the sequence of their receipt. This public auction before the Court House anywhere else. T U",. tinny as those upon which any proposition of 11 n'nfnA?. great organization when traveling from A. inor nnfojito. Wooltex workmanship. ..Fabrics are Democrat. thereabouts, on II. rests. city to city uses a special train of elevThis is especially true of the MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913. en cars; soven cars of scenery, three all pure wool, styles distinctive and "Problematical". i' Pullman cars for the company, and Mr. it being the first day of the Garrard 1 Pf iNiu?li County Court Term, the real estate glorious styles and colors shown in Under the above caption the Danville Sothern and Miss Marlowe's private mentioned in the pleodings and depleasing, wear guaranteed for at 2209 car. Each play is provided with a com- scribed as follows, t: Advocate, while "wishingourneighbors Those desir Being in Garrard County, Ky., and a all the progress and advancement plete scenic equipment. V lii Wooltex coats, suits and skirts, and lMgt twQ wUh aU tMg mn 2023 possible", bemoans the possibility of ing seats should order at once for this part of the two tracts of land that was of V Kites (.utOt. lLtft conveyed to Reuben L. Stinnett, Cfcr!t 1S Th StanCi v Harrodoburg and Lancaster erecting engagement, addressing their letters first by I. 3. Phillips heirs, which the is Uxt . 4x in the exvuisite dresses in serge, Wooltex prices are no more than loose leaf tobacco markets, because care of Charles Scott, Manager of the dated on the March 31. 18S0. and re No. SiM This emit iiioilel l an No. Miit. a Lexington Opera House, Lexington, corded in Deed Book 4. page 29. of uumatctinlile viiluo in cloth ipial-- j "Danville already ha3 an established garim nt of huot lUlu tali the Garrard Countv Clerk's office, and 'T' style quality and tailoring ou the cle hnjn, beerm hi mi Iti ttv market and a large amount of capital Kentucky. cotton-weave- s silK, those asked for the ordinary run of quality, pance of it second tract conveyed to Reuben L. t . tlu graceful style n feature of wliieli is the invested in the eneterprise" and "it is lilies, tin- - -- UHiJth run mnl tli Stinnett by Leonard Johnson by deed half belt with i t - oerlnppinp; geneiMl r'f.et of hand mnuldfd. hoped our neighbors will not attempt to Cure Dandruff for cts. dated February 27, 1SS9, and recorded tailor-mad- e ciwom tUttSI hici!e"?oiiV" mi is'madi" of garments, upward. m in Deed Book 9. page 5S3. The 3aid TliN suit - a triumph Driced at from $5.00 exartn divide the business of this area". This l'rli-cloth $J'.' of tailoring .he muterittN are tract of land after deducting what ha-- i is exactly the reason of the opposition ClothI Trice $i. been conveyed of the two tracts by That's Cheap Enough for Any one. w'lich has developed to the erection of Reuben L. Stinnett to other parties, a warehouse in Lancaster, because it It's easy, and you take no risk. Go contains abont 40 acres, and the same will injure the business of our neighbor- to R. E. McRoberts & Son the drug- is bounded as follows: On the North by the IbmL of AI ing towns. gist, and get a large 50 cent East by the lands of Sherrow. on the Tom Doolin. on begins at home. bottle of I'AKISIA.N Sage, the germ the South by the lands of John Ham, Charity to our minds, and on the West by the Ionds of Tom and for to these many years we have killing hair restorer. been injuring our own business by havIf it docs not cure damlrulf in two Montgomery. of this The purpose sale is to settle ing no local market for our product and weeks thoy will give you your moik-the estate of Reuben L. Stinnett and compelled to haul them to back. being pay the debts owing and for the disneighboring towns, with the resultant PARISIAN Sage is a pleasant, daint- tribution ot" the proceeds left among inconvenience attending the operation, ily perfumed tonic and hairgrower. It the devisees of the said Reuben L. to say nothing of the additional expense, is guaranteed to stop tailing hair or Stinnett. TERMS. and thereby allowing the neighboring itching of the scalp, and to cure all disThis sale will be made on a credit of counties to reap the benefit of our eases of the scalp and hair. six months and the purchaser will be industry. Personally we have no choice PARISIAN Sage has many imitators requested to execute bond with approvthe purchase price, due as to market, saving always the home get the genuine. Giroux Mfg. Co., ed security forbearing in sis months interest at six market, and we have no choice as to Buffalo. N. Y., American Makers. per cent per annum from date until DANVILLE, KENTUCKY whether our farmers market their crops paid, havidg a force and effect of a may at either Danville, Richmond, Lexingt judgment upontowhichH. execution MasMean i ewperature. V. issue, payable Brown. ij ton or elsewhere, but we do think that ir ii ir-- ir J mmmomamtn Mmmaa 1Z When the veaii.or man speaks ol ter Commissioner of tne Garrard Cir3E JL they are standing in their own light meun daily tem;:er.ure he does uot cuit, and a lien will be reserved upon when they allow themselves to be use ineau lu iLe uual s.n", but lie the property sold until all the purchase monoy is paid. compelled to market their crop any might as well. Cleveland Plaiu IB W. H. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. where save at home. The very idea of J. E. Robinson, attorr.ev for Plaintiffs- Garrard county with her six million pounds of the acknowledged best burley Rldsrs. tobacco raised in central Kentucky beCWZilH "In some cases," said the Industrial xy.vL?ti compelled to seek a market in an sxpert, "wo find that the ing Is adjoining town, is preposterous. But more Important than the original artijrZ3 3SSaSFIiWHE- after all the fault lies with the grower, cle." "I have noticed that," replied Save Money on your Fencing by Putting up the question is squarely up to them; Senator Sorghum, "in connection with the Style Made to Meet your Requirements the people of Lancaster stand ready appropriation bills." Garrard Circuit Court. Then they put up a brand new stock and willing to do their part, and with a It's downright foolishness to buy light Turner Floyd's Administrator, Plaintiff very reasonable amount of fin ancial chicken wire to put around your bull fence. VS. from the farmer, a wareThere's no economy in that kind of pasture and you know it. Comfort Your Stomach Monroe Floyd, et al. Fields seeds at wholesale prices house will be quickly built. Defendants. fence-buyin- g. The right fence in the But some people do it because they Wo pay for thi treatment if !t Pursuant to a judgment rendered direct to the consumer. I have a on the first place costs less. don't think beyond the price-tickfails to promptly relieve lndige-tio- n herein at the March Term, 1913. the Our free catalogue tell9 how to buy roll offence at least not until they've had and Dyspepsia. undersigned Commissioner will sell at Kentucky Banks Buying Bends. fulljine of choicefieId seeds and public auction before the Court House to patch the chicken wire a dozen times fencing economically, effectively, wisely. Rexaii Dyspepsia Tablets remedy can save you money on your Windoor in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock Kentucky Banks are becoming active stomach troubles because they conGet it today and save money. or so where that bull went through. tain the proper proportion of Pepsin A. M. or thereabouts on ter and Spring supply. bidders for all the bonds that are beand Bismuth and the necessary carMade in Different ty'.c for nrU), FARM. RANCH. LAWN, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913, ?rt3 Write me for price list and sam- ing offered in the state that look to be minatives that help nature to ripply c"? CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN the elements the absence ot which The bonds for the good investment. being the first day of the Garrard a ples. it in the gastric. Juices caines indigesCounty Court term, the real estate Ask your dealer for ''Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist off his furnishin', t. Do not allow him to persuade erection of the City Hall in Danville tion and dyspepsia. They aid the some other fence is just as good. If he dern't sell it, write us direct. mentioned in the pleadings and deyou that stomach to dizest food and to quickly amounting to $28,000. were purchased scribed as follows, convert it into rich red blood and Bran it of Barbed Wire; "Pitburch Perf by a Maysville bank for $28,015., and material necessary for overcoming If tou are interested it Wir Fenrlng, write In Garraid County, Ky., on the head & Galvanized Wirr; 1 wited BricLt, Anne-!e- d natural body wa3te. for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Ceil Wire; Fence Ctble Wire; Hard thirty bonds of $1,000. each issued for waters of Sugar Creek and near Bur-de- tt Regular Nv ire Staplss; Poultry NttinrrStpptej; Carry a package of RexaU DysKnob and bounded as follows, the erection of the Nicholasville school Nub; GalvRriz-- d Wire Ni!c; Large Jietdh pepsia Tablets in your veut pocket, Co. Beginning at stone corner to Rocfm? rJntti; Sincle Loop flaleTio; building were purchased by the Nator keep them in your room. Take Lynn Griffith, thence with his line due Perfect" Fcncins. AJ cade of Opca Pittsburgh Pennsylvania one after each heavy meal and prove ional Bank of Cynthiana for $30,377. Hearth mat.ii.1. East 17 poles to a stone, corner to our assertion that they will keep indi-B same; thence N 19 poles 4 links to anothgestion from bothering you. .4JLALL h?C7ZlJ&7.?lW? JMAI. wjRsevccsmGscsrTCSSErvm Xy ?5W,-ZZil- ' er stone, corner to Monroe Floyd; thence We know what Rexall Dyspepsia The First Bachelor. Kentucky. Lexington, W 17 poles to another stone corner to Tablets are and what they wilJ do. We guarantee them to relieve indisaid Floyd; thence S 19 poles 4 links to gestion and dyspepsia, or to refund When Adam "batched" in Paradise bethe beginning, containing 2 acres be your money, if they fail to do so. the same more or less and being the jgw TiSl v SBfl 4)fe CBk CM fore the cook had come, B fft Doesn't it stand to reason that we same land conveyed to Turner Floyd wouldn't assume thij money risk were He found his housework irksome and it by deed dated the 9th, day of Septemwe not certain Rexall Dyspepsia was neglected some. ber, 1S93, from John C. B. Collier and Tablets will satisfy you? Three sizes: 25 rents. 50 cents, and $1.00. recorded in Deed Book 12, page 37. Ad.wasn't lazy, either he was up at You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet Garrard County Clerk's Office, and early dawn-B- ut la this community only at our store: MMwBHMt'; also a certain tract which adjoins the above mentioned tract and lies in Garhe wouldn't air the bedding and he R. E. McROBERTS & SOfT rard County, Ky., being lot 1 in a diwould't sweep the lawn. Kentucky vision cf land made by Ben Jennings, Lancaster Th rvtaSZ, Star And the serpenc heard him muttering, bounded as follows: Compounded according- - to the Original & ExThere is a Keiall Store m nearly every town Beginning at a stone and running and cit m us uouca autes, uanaaa ana "I won't wear any clo'es. clusive Formulas & Hecipcs of Charlie 'VThite-Hoo- n, Great Britain, There is a different Reull thence N.19.4 1; thence W 17 poles; Until I find a good flg leaf on which the Remedy for nearly every ordinary hum&n ill The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment thence S 19.4 1; thence E 17 poles each especially designed for the particular Ut of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. button grows." to the beginning and containing for which it is recommended. being the Thousands of Testimonials. about 2 the Beneath the couch Edenic was collected The Rexall Store ara America's Cmtut conveyed acres said Turner same land Drug Sterta Floyd by to SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WOITE-H00such a store. deed dated the 30th day of June, 1894, man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Tie Covtc; Hetfolist irom J. C. B. Collier and recorded in Of miscellaneous rubbish as was never Deed Book 12. page 295, Garrard CounORIGINATOR OP seen before; CHARLIE WHJTE-MOO- N ty, Clerk's office. S CHcYtME IKOIAN While in the primal kitchen was a mess REMEDIES The purpose of this sale is to settle 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky & SCIENCE SOPE which I declare the estate of Turner Floyd and after paying debts, for distribution of the Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Was quite enough itself to make a ChrisForming in its entirety the Biggest, Best and most complete Minstrels proceeds among the parties entitled to woman swear. tian receive the same, for all of which judgArrive. In existence. ment has been rendered in the above Then the Lord looked in upon him and No 10; 5:15 a. m. stvled action. He gave an awful groan, Different from all others. The best by Test. New OrigConnection to Lexington and Cincinnati TERMS: This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the pur"It is not good, I see," He said, "that inal First part. No 71; 8:35 a. m. chaser will be required to execute bond man should be alone," Stanford and connection South. with approved security for tho purchase The Greatest gathering on this globe of America's Sweetest Singers, And all terrestrial troubles from that price due in six months, bearing six No 28; 11:04 a. m. and Funny Comedians. A new Show with New Features Clever Dancers very date began, per cent interest per annum from date Richmond, connection to Lex and Cin. until paid, having the force and effect Concert Band and Picked Soloists and a grand Symphony Orchestra, For Adam soon thereafter had become a of a judgment upon which execution No 70; 11:50 a. m. "family man." may issue, pavable to W. H. Brown, Address mail orders for seats, to Give us a Trial. All Orders Filled Promptly. Richmond, con to Lex, & Cin fast train Master Commissioner of the Garrard He had planted hogs in Eden, sown his Circuit Court and a lien will be reserv"garden sass" and thrived, No 27; 2:09 p. m. ed upon all the property sold until all Louisville, Ky. he left the dishes standing till the But the purchase money is paid. Phone Shugar's Drug Store. V day that Eve arrived. No 9; 8:45 p. m. W. H. Brown. M. & G. C. C. Prices 25, 75 and Lancaster, Kentucky. -(- Walter Hurt H. Clay Kauffman, Atfy for Plff. Stanford and South. ' Showing1 how you can Ids stylishly7 dressed at moderate cost. Our exhibit of spring styles is important to the woman who wants to know what to wear, but it is of even greater importance, to the women who wants to know what to pay. "Joan of Arc" of the burley raisers, For many years, all hands off, Gar- has been engaged by the Stott rard has been republican by a hand- Department of Agriculture to orfa i?" some majority. This has been oftin girs. tomato canning clubs, c ' jv To Save Life First WfPll Ifll 1 i 1 f m if I R Commissioner's Sale Of Land. i T i ... v? 4 li TL I Mi JMs? !! e- - 50 i- We recommend this showing to the immediate attention. of every to-da- y, woman interested in good style at moderate cost. L B. E0BEETS0N & BEO. jE 3CZ1CZJEZIC3CZ3I fc utisiBitrift t: Fiel W. Biisli Seeds Nelson, C ommissioner's Sale Of Land. et Pvyw finrAnfoprl to-w- it: Pittt-bure- Pittsburgh Steel to-w- it: z- -j- mmr SOH5 Seedman. C W A HOUSE Roots a Saturday, GOD'S MEDICINES COM-CEIi-SA- B, N M XNSTEELS. nKITE-Cia- Mrs. L.&N. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. C; HAYS FOSTER, 50, $1.00. f ... ...rfrt .,?... S ". j, 1- -. : Uhlan 1.58 . Bingen 2:06 Todd 2.14 S; They Mature $100. IHX) would not buj Uhlan. Bitmon, told at $30,000 at Ill years of iije. Todd sold for 23,000. Badn sold for $23,000. Bob Douglas bold for ?20,01X). Mr. J T. HuKUely, of $15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Early. (odors Use This for Eczema vsFrr1'n:Twsr r t " "v " T Breed In The Mot Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:1454. The Fastest Race Record. Son of Todd in America. " Eufala, Ala. Kccoid ".. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, "Sired by Todd 33822. 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD 2.07. - 46793. T" nians of Health. I rr IInln-i- , th well known Lu.s. J i.erc 13 ali.io.st no relation b. cial.-- t writi- - ! x,n rntvin. .kin j thn tween slln diseases and tl.e Moo V Tlu P D.U. I'r- - riptioT. i. u. uiu.l, u .: s' jit 1. for mi'tle cured throjgu germs must bo washed ou theand so havect ma fis quinineI he L.I Tho i. reii. salves )ve long aaa been fonn worth-Jps- for y bten prescribingtake awy th i.r-- " It niU Tli most a lvnnel physicians of ln.iunt you apply it. thiscourtryarocow agreed on this, and In fnct w- - are tm wire of v'.at D.P nro pre'jrihinu a wr ti of wlnteigren. tl "inol or 1 other insr. r 's for eczema will i'o f r yo i iYit ar.u an ciuer ssin Ui. ". ins coti-- I to It i". a h..'t' o .."r f.u o'nid Is KnoTDi a3 Ij.i 1 . rr' criptlon ante t a it wi'l 'I c..t! -t uh n . i"i ' r ' tl.at fcr Eczema le 3 , it U E McRoberU &. S 1 11 fr r'a 1 1 o. . i niter u , $30.00 2, 1-- 4, 4, TO INSURE. 4 1-- 4, 3-- 4. 1-- 2, Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass-0Al Stanley 2 08 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Dictator Todd 2 08 etc., son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 2, 4, 4, 1 S 1 vm B Jr JLJL B nil &J g B i g 2.10 3-- 4, etc.) 4 Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 3 1, Golden Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.1C 14 (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 a Todd Still 2.23, etc. Silence 2 21 by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire cf Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and Boodle Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2 12 etc. Sire of the dams ot Brock Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 etc. He was out of the Eoline 2.14 famous mare, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver Golden 2.10, Momento 2.19 2.05 Patchen Mail 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2 22 14, 2.03 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2 24 Col Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2 12 etc. by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers Son of Long Islard Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 The veteran reinsman, Mr. E, F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires hayt to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers. 4, 3-- 4, 3-2 1-- 4, 2-3-- 4, 3-- 4, 4, 3-4. 4, 1- -4 4, 4, 2, 4. 4, 4, ldam Golden Ready Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 .. . by Golden Slope.1243-- Novv is the time for your Spring citc.nit OLD CLOTHES We make look like NEW. fill L. C. &' k? c Handle Steam Laudrv Ky and Dry Cleaning; Co. Gulley, Agt, Lancaster, HKtfV' ' gOAPg IWi&' 1QI- 3- Columbus Wagons Are 100 Per Gent Efficient and Are JOHN Phone 523. s. BAUGHMr N P 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Sold On Their Merits If Wheels Tiie Hubs are of the best quality, 'mo j black birch. The rims are of oak and spokes of oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set hot by hydraulic pressure machines. A special feati-rof these Famous Columbus Wheels is th" sand band, which ex tends well over the collar and prevents sand and from dropping to the bearing This means increase disability. ed e it We Write Anv Kind of INSURANC Office at NcUiotcil Btnk Ky. s i. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, I Phone 27. So with all other partj of Columbus Wagons. Box. B. L'orom Centerboard, Coxbimler. Wear Irons, Grain C.'eate, Dull, r. or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made frcm the best quality materials, and go to ma'.e a Farm Wagon tnat hag been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Biue Grass Farmer, as well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send . .r i booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this Splerdid Farm Wagon. b 2 1 5ri si tra J3 1 aSIard & 6 ), Wl BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. yit&f&'!s&te&Skf!?&& n ?BgSs4a3 ts shingles lasts as long as KSCEESSEE mjamm & A dJ. ssjj I WV. The reefing that repairs. the building and never needs 1 .., U.. . ....1 . .- like wood shingles, nor have they the -M 3 gfeat weight or brittleness of stone slate ; besides they are inexpensive and iook better than either. For Sale by . ?X TT, J'HqiL!.TiJg1tiPi I WinterTourlstTicketsl NOV ON SALE TO ALL WINTER KESORTS g ROUND-TRI- E rj::';iaEBiCT'm "" SPECIAL P FARES TO Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Copyrlfht, 1915. by By Amerlcm Press Association. SUSIE SMALL. AAAA Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Long Return Limit. Full Stop-OvPrivileges. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Ouccn& Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Rooer m I I wants to run away, t 'THIS rabbit A Des see him jerk an1 beg, But I is goin to watch him till He lays :?: AND ::::!:::::::;:!:!:::!:: a Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. For details call on any Ticket A;jent, Queen & Crescent Ucutc "r npply to H. C. KING, Passenger cc Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St., Lci-:o- n, Ky. ivs.roa5?wiTO3S?aigg?CTPg:ift-g?y- - 7- - (: J Easter egg! ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... rj ... ... ... ... ... ... ... f a ... ... ... ... ... a ... :. t tN t THE RESURRECTION THE LIFE. I t The Easter Hat as a Life Preserver While service was being held at one of the churches an organ pipe fell on the head of a norsliiper. Hut a bonnet which she uas wearing probably saved her life. News Iten- - I Seated one day near tho orsan. With her head devoutly boned. An organ pipe fell on her With a noise both sharp and loud. It woke up tho congregation. And they feared site lud taken harm. But the pipe had struck on he. bonnet, Which protected her like a charm. It precnted all pain and headache. For it v,as both big and soft. And the pipe had no power to harm her That fell from tho organ loft. Men have sought tho reason vainly Why our sex wear turbans lirge. With ".elvet and fur overloaded. And they've, grumbled at the charge. It may be that deith's bright argel Has spared one life Just to show That the saints approve in heaen Of the hats on earth below. GEUTUUDK H'KENZIE. X-- EASTER. " would rather Cr' r L 1 i. sell you a Studebaker" When your dealer tells you that you know he's honest. He may have cheaper wagons in stock, but he knows the Studebaker is the best. And so do you. He wants to give such good wagon value that you will come back and demand a buggy made by the. samer people. Studebakers have been building wagons for sixty years and they have won the confidence of dealer and farmer by building-n- ot the cheapest but the best N wagons. The cornerstone of the Christian church is Iniil in the empty grave of Jesus Christ. The resurrection proves the death; the death proves the life, the life the birth of Jesus Chri&t. Deny the resurrection and it is impossible to account for the existence of Christianity. The resurrection proves our own resurrection. I'uipty as was the tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morn, so empty shall be all the graves of his people on the lat great East- er morn. lie Is therefore in the largest and fullest sene the re-urrection and the life. Uev. Dr. R. S. MacArthur, Pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, New - j J M J York. J I At Easter we should feel our very hearts budding and blossoming with new loves, now hopes and new determinations to realize the joyfulnes-of the Christian spring. What Is it that makes Easter morning glorious with a glory all Its owu? It is the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is an abandoned jf grave. It is the angel ininis-j- f try which says to all human sorrow the winter is over and . gone; the time of the singing of the enter J Into birds-- is come. Let us gospel J sympathyywith this 1 of redemption and preach the ? gracious doctrines of Christ with an accent of hope rising into an accent of triumph. IJev. Dr. Jo-- J seph Parker. s COAL For Sale CHEAP For CASH. We handle COAL f ir and on cars. Try our 1 j ! j A I cts to 5cts in yard 1 AAAA AA AAAAAAA7VA7VA-- I Rex and Monarch WHITE SEED OATS. Goal. Whether you live in city, town or country, there's a Studebaker to fit your needs. Farm wagons, trucks, business and delivery wagons, surreys, buggies and runabouts, with harness for each of the same high quality as Studebaker vehicles. See HAMILTON VALLEY. Mr. J. H. Hamilton bought Mr. Wm Baker's corn at $2.50 a barrel.' Mr. Ebb Bentley bought 3 loads corn last week at $2.50 a barrel. hogs last week from different parties. Mr. Wm Baker sold his farm to Mr. Best For Skin Diseases, J. I. Hamilton and had a sale day March 15 on Satur- and moved to Texas. ear Dealer or utile m. STUDEBAKER NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS South Bend, Ind. Misses Lou and Opol Robinson of grand-mothMrs. of Berea visited their F. M. Carter of Cartersville last week. CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, ORE. Mr. James Moser died at nis home on Mr. J.JB. Gray is visiting his son and Friday March J.1 of penumonia he was daughter in Indiana this week. 84 years of age and was buried at Crab Mr. J. H. Hamilton bought several Orchard on Sunday 16. Son. Nearly every skin disease yields quickly and permanently to Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and nothing is better for burns or bruises. Soothes and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich. savs. after suffering twelve years with ' olrtn atlmonta nnil Qrmnfllncr RlOfl in Ann- - I tor's bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. It will help you. Only 25c Recommended by R. . McRoberts 1-- nj The very best burners. We handle LIME. SALT, and best We buy everything in PRODUCE and JUNK line, Wanted: a car load of Dry Bones. H. B. Northcott r-- jf - iitr V?33&2C&f&C M i gaeaga5a.,fly,gTiBrt'girrta 41 u32 Z5 Gossip About People N Ng N mw&Atm also filled with credit and ability the place of commissioner for the Western Kentucky Asylum for the insane. Senator R. L. Hubble has gone for a stay in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Aiex Walker motored to Danville Tuesday. Mr. Abhcraft of Bracken county here visiting Mr. J. J. Raymond. True, Too True. A great many ot us fall into the very unjust habit of judging our neighbors too hastily and oft times too harshly, and this habit grows upon us until we unconsciously give utterance to our premature thoughts, often to the detriment of some deserving twrson. The following thought 13 voiced among the "Random Notes" in a recent issue of the Danville Advocate, and is ala3. too true:- "One of the most glaring and individual faults of the day is that of constant end keen analysis of every action and apparent thought of our neighbor. Unconsciously, a person cultivates this habit, and frequently before he 13 aware of its existence he is hampering himself with prejudices against his fellows, forming false views of life, and doing some of his best friends, as well as his worst enemies, palpable injustice. If one wishes to preserve an evenly balanced mind and keep in impartial touch with his associates, he must guard this unfortunate tendency and discourage its first symtoms. widely-prevalent mna ! there tha maid Trith 30ul so Of Interest To NOT U. S- - Us U4'u3. y I h 19 e! 1 '& da e A Brief Mention of (he Comings and Goincs by Those Wt Are Interested In. bonnet with a streamer'.'" such there be, gu mark her well. She never will bu voted "Swell' Mrs. Ben Hughes has kindly handed Anil nothing can redeem her. us a copy of the CENTRAL KENTUC K IsbWb. from which we copy this IMMORTALITY. A 1 1 J "I'll buy before Wiio never to herself hath Saul, I go to bed. . I When You pay your Money for a good Farming you should get something that is good and which you can get good results from. Our experience in the repairing of various machinery places ns in a position to know a piece of Machinery belter than the average man. We offer you the benefit of this experience in the selection of a line of Disc Harrows, JSorn PI? n- 'I iters, mi Drills, Cultivators Etc., which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. ; gS raj p$ aa3 g B sts B 0 Em3 .s fr v. a ri 3 M t& Si w ca S3 i ll 8 Lancaster, Ky. We Live and Let Live, vj 5Sgg3gr-SSEgj3g3S3&S Miss Bertha Burnside is in Cincin Mrs. J. L. Stormes was a visitor in nati this week to consult an occulist. Lexington last week. L. N. Nevius of Winchester was the Mr. W. J. Romans was in Cincinrecent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nenati last week on business. vius. Mr. Joseph Renner of the Kengarlan Reverend Eldridge will preach at the hotel is in Cincinnati on busrness. Lancaster Presbyterian church Sunday Miss Myrtle Hendren af Madison is night. the guest of Miss Bessie Gulley. Mr3. Charlotte Warren of Stanfort Mrs. Lucinda Gulley has returned is here visiting her sister Miss Jennie from a visit to relatives in Richmond. Duncan. Miss Mary Ham of Newby is the Miss Margaret O'Hearn has returned guVst of her sister Mrs. L. J. Sanford. from a three weeks visit to relatives in Maysville. Mrs. A. H. Bastin is in Millersburg Miss Anna Contri is a delightful for a visit to Mr. and Mrs C.B. Bastin. visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dr. Stallingo of Cincinnati has been G. Burnside. the recent guest of Miss Lillie Leavell. Mrs. JefT Dunn of Lexington is here Miss AUie Yantis is in Hustonsville with her sisters Misses Bane and the guest of her cousin Miss Bessie Knapp West. Riffe. Miss Nancy Clark of Marksbury is Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley have visiting her grand-parenMr. and Mrs. been in Stanford visiting Mr and Mrs. Sam Bourne. W. V. Hays. Miss Annie Herndon has returned Mrs. J. B."Soper left Monday for a from a visit to her brother in the sun burbs of Louisville. few days visit to her sister Mrs. in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilarve McRoberts of Mrs. T. B. Walker and son George of Stanford was with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Nicholasville have been visiting here at McRoberts Tuesday. their former home. Miss Rella Arnold and her competent Col. V. S. Ferguson came down last trimmer. Miss Smith, were in Lexing week from Covington and is spending ton last Monday on business. some time on his farm. Miss Charley Elmore left this week Mr. and Mrs, J, S. Bowman have re- to spend Easter with her sister Miss turned to Lewis county after a visit to Mary Elmore at Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Anderson. Mrs. Joanna Ball has returned from Mr. Walter Sanders of Edenton, a visit to her daughter Mrs. Ernest Madison county, was here Sunday to Bohon Campbell of Stanford. see his mother Mrs. J. P. Prather. Friends of Master Claud Rice Gaines Misses Bessie Brown and Minerva will be glad to know he is convalescent Cox of the Richmond Normal school after quite a spell of tonsilitis. were at home Saturday and Sunday. 'Squire J. P. Bourne who has been Mrs. H. B. Arnold and children of ill for a couple of weeks has sufficiently Paris are with Mrs. Arnold's mother recoverd as to be on the street. Mrs. Belle Austin, and Mrs S D Turner Mrs. Pattie D. Gtll has returnedfrom Reverend S muel P. Martin of pleasent stay in Washington City with Lebanon Tenn. has been called to the her daughter Mrs. E. C. Barnard. pastorate of the Baptist church in this Miss Joan Mount has returned from city. Bowling Green after a months stay Miss Jennie Rankin of Madison Insti- with her sister Mrs. T. M. Wilson. tute was at home for a few days stay Mr. John Brown of Buckeye and a with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C. brother of R. S. Brown the merchant Rankin. is reported quite sick of pneumonia. ts All-ma- column. Lancaster: Thursday, Aug. 28, 1873. uur schools will not open next week as advertised, on account of cholera. Last Monday wa3 County Court day no officers present, no people in town, and, of course, there was no court. but there were streets occasionally and make a cheer ful appearance even amid allourgloom. God bles3 them. A few brave ladies grace our lonely cannot see them dead Those loved ones in the sky; To leave the paths that mortals tread. For sapphire pavements overhead. Sure, thi3 is not to die I To go with pleasant dreams, To rest heneath death's wave. And wake where flow immortal stream Where everything in sunlight gleams. Is not to find a grave!. I Such is the vision of immortality a3 revealed in the light Jesus brought forth from the grave. He is the Light of Capt. Fletcher, in command of the the world. "He that followeth after troops at this place, has the thanks of him shall not walk in darkness, but our citizens for his instrumentality in shall have the light of light". securing additional medical aid. ious services 333ggg3a-gg- 3 8 YouCaaaotStop the Cook from tasting a; Flour. the cako baked with White Swan 0 'e e e 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 i White Swan Flour yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuits, cake pastry are. The best home and professional Miss Margaret Cook was in Nicholas Miss Nannie Gaine3 of Muskogee ville Saturday to see her grand-mothOklahoma is expected shortly for a who is there as the guest of Mrs. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Gaines. Bronaugh. W. B. Mason Jr. of Millersburg Mrs. B. F. Robinson and Miss Mar College will be at home to spend Easter tha Tinder will go the last of the week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. to spend Easter with their sister Miss Mason. Delia Tinder. Mrs. R. H. Batson and little .daughMiss Lizzie Best of Independence Mo ter Cecil are at home after a isit to who is now making her home with her Mrs. Batson's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. grandmother Mrs. Ann Best is in Lex H. Hilton. ington visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Crab Mr. and Mrs., John Bright of StanOrchard, Mrs. J. B. Nevius and child ford were here last week to see Mrs. ren of Lebanon Junction motered to Sallie McCormack whose condition reLancaster Tuesday. mains about the same. Hon. J. Mort Rothwell is down from Mrs. S. H. McMakin of Shelbyville Dripping Springs spending a few days and Henry B. Arnold, a popular L & N with his Lancaster friends. He is very conductor of Paris have been the guests weak and emaciated but in good spirits of their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and thinks he is on the road to recovery. Arnold er : bakes in town use it. Lane-aste- Why don't ycu. r )G!ff3G&' Elevator Flour Mills e 00Y'(?a0 '))0V)) T0'MI .4? i, Col. B. F. Evans, one of Garrard I am offering great bargains in bugcounty's leading educators, left Sunday gies and harness, for Madison county where he will conW. J. Romans. f duct a three months school attheSallce school house. On second sight it does not appear Mrs. John Mason of Richmond who that Mr. Wilson chose the members of has been visiting her daughter Miss his Cabinet for their looks. But then, Mabel Mason was the honor guest at a as he once said in speaking of himself; "As a beauty, I am not a star. social function given by Misses Martha There are others more handsome by and Helen Gill. t-- K sMr&f SK333b5 ?liS2x 3 A SJfeS 51 3k CiWe Don't Tv 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 ') - in your possession. Better open an account and protect what you have while making more. The Garrard Bank CTsanseEaraHECs & Trust Company ft potfiai atwgatHggtaaia Don't Roast for dumping a load of f the Driver just as you were passing. Friends who have visited Hon. J. But my face, I don't mind it, Mort Rothwell at Dripping Springs For I am behind it. lately report him as getting along nicely The people in front get the jar." and hopes are entertained for his ultimate restoration to health. Senator Bradley's Funny Stories. Fred Batterten says he can't stay Senator Bradley ranks high in Washaway from Paris for any great length ington among those who can tell a good of time, no matter how important the anecdote, and tell it well, and in the business is. Paris Democrat. telling of a string of funny stories for Fred tells the Lancaster girls that he the edification of a circle of friends, can't stay away from here. his thoughts invariably revert to some The friends of Mrs. R. E. McRoberts occurrence at his old home in Lancaswill be distressed to learn of the sudden ter. Arthur B. Krock in his Washingdeath of her father, Dr. R. W. Ware, ton letter to the Sunday Courier Jourwhich accured at his home in Hopkins-vill- e nal, quotes Sen. Bradley's story about last Friday. Dr. Ware had a the late T. W. Olds' undertakers sign, severe illness last week, but when Mrs. and which is as follows:- McRoberts reached his bedside, he was "Did you ever hear of the sign T. very murh better and the day before W. Olds, of Lancaster, set up when he his death he seemed to have entirely went into the undertaking business?" recovered. Although Dr. Ware had, he asked. "It is said to deserve a not been well for some time, his death place in Kentucky history along with was entirely unlooked for and so quickly Judge Guffey's law sign. Olds had a did the end ccme after he was stricken. big sign painted reading as follows: that a physician could not reach him. T. W. Olds annouueeshe has bought Dr. Ware was eighty two years of age a fine new hearse and funeral trappings and was widely favorbly known both as and will take great pleasure in burying a physician and a tobacco man. He 1 his friends.' far. 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 tove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need Coa lHWv Mvr E3HEM i J ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely- - Pure The only Baking Powder matt from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar HO ALUM, NO UME PHOSPHATE Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. We have had no peaching or religYOU'LL HND IT IN THIS COLUMN, at any of our churches Friedman And His Tuberculosis Cure. during the epidemic, and the preachers all deserted us, except Washington Dr. Frederic Franz Friedman, the eminent German Scientist and physici- Lusk, of color. A special sale on buggies and harness an, and the reputed discoverer of a cure ;W. J. Romans. f Mr. Coll Clasure was the only carfor tuberculosis, introduced his serum penter to remain in Lancaster during Special price on can peaches, try a into a number of patients at Bellevue the severest raging of the cholera. He can Curreys. hospital New York last week, after made nearly all the coffins for the dead, winch he journeyed to Canada where ,.,..,.-,- . f..nn d?a! f.,-,- l.. candie3 All kinds of Ea3ter at he lectured before a celebrated medical J J 2t Baierlein'3. "tin Mt.w utc: mclMJ of his remedy, after which he again reGreat indignation is felt here against Our Buggies are as good as you can turned to this country, and on last Mon our local physicians who ran away in get for the money. Conn Bros. day administered the serum to another the very hour of need. Some talk of batch of patients at Bellevue. All the inviting them to locate elsewhere, and For Sale. patients who have been treated so far others are more violent in condemnaA handsome oak dining room tabid are under the strictest surveillance of tion of the frightened M. Ds. apply at this office. representatives of the U. S. Health Dr. I. S. Warren, ot Louisville, arDepartment, and every development of We have a full line of Hardware, get rived here last Thursday, under aptheir condition is being noted with inonn Bros. pointment as physician and surgeon to our prices. terest. It is of course too early yet to Fresh fish and oysters this week at determine from these patients whether the U. S. Garrison at this place, and or not the alleged cure is a successful nas oeen qu,le eneretc n waiting un- Curreys. it will only be a short time when this on thf .s,ck not onlv of the soldiers, A 20 cent can of peaches for 15 cU may be seen and if it is successful, Dr. but citizens also. at Curreys Friedman will be proclaimed one of the The citizens of Lancaster will ever greatest benefactors to suffering man- gratefully remember the We can save you money on Wire valuable serkind ever known. Conn Bros. vices of the local physicians of the fencing. The medical fraternity, which at first town, who have stood by them in the Some good Oak Lumber for sale. assumed somewhat of a belligerent at hour of peril and time of need, Drs. Herndon & Walker. titude toward the German, have chang O. P. Hill, W. H. Pettus and H. Jack-maed to some extent, and he is being of They have nursed and attended Get a sanitary 'phone disc, free at fered every opportunity to give his ser the medical wants of the numerous Curreys. um a thorough and unbiased trial in sick night and day, since the cholera this country. If his efforts prove suc- epidemic has been raging. Easter toys, Easter eggs, Easter cessful, the serum will probably be rabbits, Eaiter ornamenU of all kinds. The inevitable result of cholera in distributed broadcast throughout this Chas. Baierlem. 2t country, of course being placed in the our town, by the suspension of "11 bushands of competent physicians, who iness and work, will be great destituYou will miss a bargain if you do will be taught the proper methods for tion among the people who depend on not get a buggy or set of harness while using it, but it is thought that it will their daily labor for their bread. We the special sale is going on. be placed within the reach of every suf- feel thankful for the privilege of thus W. J. Romans. f ferer from the White Plague in this publicly acknowledging the receipt of I am the agent for the Country a barrel of floor and 200 pounds of meal country. sent Mr. C. Campbell, of Silver Creek Gentleman paper and other magazines. "Bottled In Bond" Not Always "Bottled Mills, for distribution among the needy. Leave your subscription at Stormes Mrs Dolly Brown. Drug store. A Sad Scene. Last Sunday, a solIn Bond". dier named Rushbrook and his wife, Ever since Uncle Sam began putting having been attacked with cholera. See our Disc Harrow and corn his stamp over the neck of bottles con- died bUddsnly. and were Conn Bros. buried with planters. taining "bottled in bond" whiskey, military honors in the cemetery. Col, DUSTLEST DUST CLOTH for thereby guaranteeing its age and pur- rieicner penormeu tne tunerat cereity as well a3 proof, the connissour has monies, and the man and wife were general use and house cleaning. Agent sought bottled in bond whiskey as the buried side by side at the same time. for all Magazines. Call 200 or my best obtainable. However, from recent They had been married but a short residence, Hill Court. Mrs. Jas A. Royston. observations we have nearly reached time. Mrs. Rushbrook was a native of lt-P-d the conclusion that the original contents Louisville. residence of J. ' N. of the buttled in bond receptacle does Ross on Stanford street and Ross & The business of Lancaster presents not always reach the consumer. We and tackle. were told recently that the bottom of sorry aspect. All the stores are closed Whitlock's store, a block except S. Marrs' grocery and provision Finder kindly return to Rosa & Whit-locthese bottles were often cut out and the contents removed and there was store, and W. Burnside & Bro.'s drug substituted in its stead an inferior' store. The three hotels are open for For Sale. grade of whiskey, probably a blend, the benefit of those who have sent their families off. compound or what not, some nauseous Two Haverland gold band meat dishes ifte postomce nas been kept open one mahogany music cabinet. Apply decoction which was calculated' to kill much quicker than the original contents during mail hours. at this office. Work on all new buildings has stop' of the bottle. We concluded to invesNotice. tigate, and four out of six bottles which ped; R A Burnside & Co's mill suspend we gathered at random had the appear- ed operations early last week. The We will offer for sale at'public outcry ance of having been tampered with. miller Mr. Brown, died of cholera last two shares of the Capital stock of The There was a well defined circle having , Saturday. Co. on Monday, & The new Wheat Fan Manufactory of Garrard Bank Trust the appearance of having been cut from March 24, 1913, in front of Courthouse. the bottom of the bottle and replaced Messrs W V R & C O Tooker has sus Citizens National Bank. by means of some kind of cement, the pended operations. Lancaster, Ky. circle was about one and one half inch If the towi. of Lancaster had been in diameter and necessitated some very properly cleansed Notice. several months since neat work to remove and replace it, if at the time it was urged upon our timknowing themselves inAll persons this had been done. We submitted the id trustees this terrible sconrce through debted to the Spitler Sanatorium will bottles to seerdi gentlemen about which we are nass ntr mitrht hnvp , o o I r 1 jm prompt settlement of same by wiwii, who reauuy agreed mat tne bot- - avoided. By expense of a few hun- - make March 15tb or a3 soon thereafter a3 ties naa tne appearance of having been dred dollars in having the town thor tampered with, and we also preserved oughly cleaned, much trouble and sick- - possible. J. L. Spitler, Former Manager. , C.1H1.J uvnever, lor tne in- - ness to say nothing of money would ..v d spection of anyone who would like to . have been saved. The cost of this eni see them. The bottles in question had demic, and the losses to our business Sale of Immuned Duroc Hogs, Apr. originally contained whiskey of two of men, farmers and laborers, can scarce3rd. J. F. Middleton, Shelbyville, Ky. the leading and most popular brands in ly be estimated. The town treasury, the state. we doubt not, will be, probably S3.000 We have heard considerable com worse off. The loss to our business 100 Men Wanted. Unusual Opportunity. plaint of late of the inferior quality of men we estimate, will not be less than For honest upright industrous men. I tne average DOitiea-in-oon- d wmskey,at,S20 000 and may possibly double or Sluggards or crooks need not apply. You which we were very much surprised, tripple that amount. And what is can establish yourself in a good paying Knowing mat mis was tne liquor most worse we still have the filth, and noth- business of your own by taking terrisought after by those who were particu- ing, we suppose, can stop disease ex- tory with us. No previous experience- lar as to the "brand of pizen" which cept disinfectants, until that filth is re- necessary, r rom my own experience 1 they drank, and the falling off in the moved. The disinfecting, if kept up a3 know that the right kind of a man can quality may perhaps be accounted for it should will be a heavy expense. If make a great deal more in this business by the fact that the original contents the disinfecting is not kept up. or the than he can on a salary. For territory had been removed and something else filth not removed, how can we expect and full information, write are call on. substituted, we are not expert enough , t0 ourselves of disease? We feel J. E. Montgomery, Lancaster, Ky. to say positively that this had been that it is urgent that the town should 7 4t done, but it looks very much to us as if be cleaned as early as possible, and, if it had been done. If some one is thus ' necessary, a disinfectant might be used tamperingwith the goods guaranteed by while the cleaning is going on. Uncle Sam., it takes r nlaee nfter the ( . liquor leaves the bottling house of the When Easter Comes, rlisfillprv. where it is hnttlpf? nrwler tht I ' Thirty days hath September. direct supervision of a U. S. gauger or iciucmucr, stnrekeener. There are manv nnnnrtn- for tampering with it after it But to know when Easter's come nities Puzzles even scholars some. leaves the distillery as it goes through, is past. in many instances, many hands before When March the twenty-firreaching the consumer. Just watch the silvery moon. Yard eggs 75 cts for If this is being done, it is a foregone And when you see it full and round Know Easter'U be here soon. conclusion that some of the sleuths of Two pens with 1st and the Internal Revenve department al- After the moon has reached its full, 2nd prize birds at ready have an inkling of it, and before Then Easter will be here, they know it, those who have been en- The Sunday after Come and see for gaged in this nefarious practice will be In each and every year. in the toils of the U. S. court. Barred Rocks And if it hap on Sunday. The moon should reach its height, The best blood lines of the Duroc hogs LOUIE TINDER, known will be in good Individuals Apr. The Sunday following this event. Lancaster, Ky 3rd. J.F. Middelton, Shelbyville, Ky. Will be the Easter bright. D t-- n. t-- 2t-P- d. L0ST:-Betwe- k. 1 hn 2t-p- 3-- I -- Ringlets 1" " Barred Rocks st 15 head $2.00. real OH .jjf 2.3Klttgfe33a3ES5RSEC33l . f .,,-- r . lirtTtT ffc- - -- n- " i8' - -- - - i - -- afioAciSa3u0.Qnah i 31SS?gSS6l22Sg ii -- . . -t ii "- t i0n b bkLbbbbbbk k Ib H HhB n ! HCbS te3&S&i ib , , HtfKI yiM i - - - -- - iHVH 1 .HTHH HnfiH vn ra 7 n,w?i tSSI hEVvv HK2 WiK IB nS SB g TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We Invite you to call and inspect our New Spring Stock which is arriving daily. The Store g Beautiful OOOOOOCOOO rarerereggagrereggggBs BigBBBBgigiaBiiBiaBaBiKiB3K N t ciDHCD'c rn i i aii1JLi J sJL4Vlil tvoocooooooa xxtOfrtvoooevevQ .kOOe Hur & Rev. S. B. Martin of Lebanon Tenn., will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church next Tuesday night- Mr. Martin comes highly recomended him a splendid meeting And ersgsg3ggss;ss on J I I K Bright Spot u Lancaster. 'In gssgBsgssJSrssxss NINA. WHEN ' THEY MEET. Individuality, Breeding", Speed. 2.f-4fMri-ll- i! rfpacc below this headiug Is ror the exclu- lve use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale ot stock, grain and such things on ' King George Of Greece Assassinated. Shot (arm as the larmer cannot affo'd to adver- tlse. No notice will he accepted over lour Down In Streets Of Saloniki By Hues, and will be ouly lu '.wo Issues of the Record, free of charge Man Who Is Supposed To as an evangalist and we bespeak for and a hearty from the christian people. j The electric cars from Louisville to Be Mentally Unbal- Shelbyville stop at Maple Grove Farm every houn anced. Monev refunded if hogs are not as George of Greece was shot King Immuned, sound and represented. down while walking in the streets of breeders. Middleton. Shelbyville. Saloniki Tuesday afternoon by a man Carlton Elkin has some nice Indian who gave his name as Aleko Schinas, Runner ducks and BufF Orpington who from his talk and actions appeared to be insane. The assassin was overcockerels for sale. powered but expressed no sorrow for nice Duroc boars his crime. The king died within the for SALE:-Fiv- e weight about 140 pounds. Mrs. R. J. hour. He will be succeeded by his son West. Lancaster, Ky. Crown Prince Constantino. King George was born Dec. 24, 1845 Early Indiana yellow seed corn for sale $1.50 per bushel. Jacob White R. and became King in March 18G3 and was a well beloved monarch. F. D. No 2 Paint Lick, Ky. W. S. Embry sold a Shetland pony and cart to Emme'tt Puryear of Danville, fcr $150. bred S. C. Rhode For SALE:-Pur- e Island cockrels $1.00 each. Mrs. J. W. Helm. Penick, Marion Co., Ky. "Oh, it's yon, la it?" murmurs tho her husband at the reception. "Yes. Glad to see you," he smiles. "Had half an idea I'd run across you lierp." "Isn't it nice? Oh, there was something I wanted to ask you about I thought of it Just after I saw you at the theater the laBt time," she says. "It was something Important, too. But It has entirely slipped my mind." "Well, maybe you'll think of it by the nest time we meet I suppose you'll be at the horse show. Perhaps by then it will have occurred to you again." Judge's Library. wife, meeting EASTER EGGS ORIGINATED IN A QUEEN'S COURTSHIP By MINERVA Now is the time to buy hogs. The difference was never so great between corn and hogs. Come to Middle ton's sale Apr. 3rd Shelbyville, Ky. pair 3 yr. old horse mules, 1 pure bred hampshire boar and a few gilts. S. H. AIdridg, Hyatts-villKy. 1 e, For Sale: I have a good milk cow for sale. Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. R. L. Elkin. Mr. S. L. Burke of Bryantsville sold a fancy combined gelding to Mat Cohen for $400. S. 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 ha3 some good Northern White seed oats for sale at GOets. a bushels, 500 shocks of fodder with a good straw rick to run to and a pair of family horses, suitable for hearse. Wilson Rogers of Paint Lick bought a pair of two year old mules of Elias Smith for $400 and has refused $425. for theii. These mules are by Mr. Rogers famous Jack, Mammoth King. Mast Fed Hogs Commanding Low Prices. Cincinnati live stock commission men are sending out letters to their shippers warning them against the purchase of "mast fed hogs", and so emphatic are they in this warning that they say they will be compelled to deduct $2 per hundred pounds from the selling price of hogs thus fattened. The cause for this warning is that dealers have been buying hogs from the mast feeding districts,. shipping them into the corn feeding districts and after feeding them for awhile on corn, shipping them to the market as corn fed hogs. This is a mistake, a hog after being fed mast will not pass as a corn fed hog simply f rdm being fed corn for a short time, they must first be run on either clover or alfalfa and afterward taken up and fed corn before they will class ud with the strictly corn fed product Shippers are urged frj be very wary as to what they buy, and unless they are fully satisfied that hogs are not mast fed, not to purchase them. Unless great cauticn is exercised in this matter, shippers will be put to no end of trouble to get their hogs into shape to go to market as corn fed, or else will be compelled to suffer considerable less in the way of dockage. Best For Skin Diseases, Nearly every skin disease yields quickly and permanently to Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and nothing is better for burns or bruises. Soothes and heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich. Bays, after suffering twelve years with skin ailments and spending $400 in doctor's bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. It will help you. Only 25c Recommended by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Still Un tasted. "What," asked Mrs. OldcaaUe, as a. living $2o,Ot for Each Horso. she picked up a volume of Limp Alps. Farm 3'4 miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Leather Edition of the Classics, "do Local and Long Distance Phnne No lisDiiiiiilie, Ky On Easter Monday the people for you think ot ThucydidesT" miles around met to engage in the cusreally don't know," replied Mrs. tomary Easter ;;:iuies. The young re"I Gottalotte, after she had straighten- gent of the Netherlands fiom her place aessrrxc; ed a corner of her ?C00 Royal Persian btolde the chatelaine of the castle en4 t M Mcnn in m.'risr. rug; "we've never had any. Joslah joyed l the sreno hugely. It was very C ti.2:UfK4 WrU ays they're no good unless you get UHY.INTNVILLE 9tTtiprtr TIE! Interesting to watch the older men them fresh .and our grocer never shooting at targets ard casks of wine, seems to have any except the ones E.SABEL & S0S3 tho winner being ah wed to put his Dr. E. H. Pearce of Danville was LortsTiLir, xr. in cans." lips to the cask and dilnk his nil. But here several days last week. Cea!:rsliFun,K!:e.!Tu! F"! Vs3 EiUUiiliillo-C- . j. when the young couples began to gathGood Order Prevails In Garrard County AND HE IS PAINLESS. Mist Edna Berkele. of Hamilton, Lex- -' er for tin mo-i- t exciting event of the day then the piiiiceas grew enthusias- ington is visiting Miss Patty B. Burke. Reports The Grand Jury. j tic, for, you remember, she was young Mr. Logan Burke sold a very fine and fair, and even queens dream horse to Mat Cohen of Lexington for After a busy session of the Grand dreams of handsome, loving partners. Jury lasting for six days the foreman, ' $400. The moment arrived for the contest. Mr. T. C. Rankin filed a written report Prices Right. Mrs. J. C. Williams and children are Good Service. One hundred eggs were scattered over of its work in Court addressed to Judge in Cincinnati for a short visit with her 354-Phone the ground. A young man and a maidCharles A. Hardin. The jury made ' en began the figure. While the on- brother, Mr. Dan King. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. -' thorough investigation and without pari Buy a Fasv. lookers laughed It was a serious affair Messrs Walter Davis and M. O. KenIF YOU WANT TO- -' Sella Farm, tiality of all violations of the penal for the dancers. The couple that could nedy attended the sale of Mr. DuckI l at Arcric'i law and investigated the conduct of all skip over the eggs, glide between them, worth at Nicholasville-Friday- . ' D. I will give you fiscal affairs of the County. Only a prices on twirl about them In all the varied gyraMrs. Sam Farlee and children have 50 Choice Farms. few indictments were returned on actions cf the dance, without breaking or (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) cracking an egg might marry each oth returned from a weeks visit to her parcount of the prevailing good order in See Me or Touch the Live Wire. er In spite of the opposition of their ents. Mr. and MrsDeane, of Jessamine. the County. The Grand Jury found parents. Each couple was allowed Several from here will go to Lexingand reported that in the colored settleW. T. KING, three trials, and. the dance being suc- ton next week to see "Sothern and ment of Davistown and White Oak two ' cessfully concluded, none dared oppose MarloweJ' in Shakesperean repertoire. Phone 309-settlements near Bryantsville evidences Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. LANCASTER, the union. KENTUCKY of the use of whisky in those places Miss Louise Hindman, of Cave City While the merrymaking was at its -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky was brought to the attention of the height the sound of n hunter's born arrived Saturday to have charge of the body, but no indictments could be rang through the forest. Soon appear- trimming department for Mrs Elizabeth John White Co. ACVSVi found against any one for selling in ed a company of horsemen in such Burgess this season. LOUISVILLE. KY. .' Aae7k'H&Sf Lawyer Do you wish your neighbor brilliant uniforms that the simple violation of law. The Grand Jury was Established 1837 Blrstig&vmba Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daughters, HfahMlEarkeiorlMEjM jtf7 XZJII7& unable to determine whether the booze imprisoned for breaking your win- peasants stopped in their dance to Misses Anna Lee and Marguirite, and Who So Ever Will. gaze and wonder whom they might be. was sold in these places or secured dows? Mr. Bryan Ballard of Lexington, acClient No; I want him to pay for Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and HIDES. from Nicholasville, where there is open them. I ought to get something for At their head rode a beautiful youth, companied by Mr. W. E. Dunn of dressed as only the nobles of the time and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street WOOL saloons. In other parts of the County my panes. Ind. were the guests Thursday 13 C3BX1SS19I dared dress. He sprang from his no unusal disorder could be heard by horse, bent a graceful knee to the of Mrs. E. H. Ballard and family. The Old Reliable Barber. the Grand Jury. It should be gratifyHobble Gowns In the Ark. chatelaine of the castle and requested ing to every citizen of Garrard County Mrs. Noah Is debonair; her hospitality. Of course the hostess HENRY DUNCSN Observe smile. that such a body of .men as composed Her gowns her painted her daughters wear granted it at once, for this was Phili-ber- t, and those STANFOED. firt the handsome Duke of Savoy. this Grand Jury after such industrious Are strikingly In style. Office Honra Office over hiVC The dance, which the coming of the investigation were able to report so Mrs. L. B. Hilton is the guest of her a.m tol2. lp.m. to 1. Stormes'Drng Store duke had interrupted, was now resumfavorably upon the conditions prevailShould Not Be Called Rags. an ed with greater merriment than ever. mother Mrs. Cass at Brodhead. entertaining ing in the community. An Englishman - ...y rm. i.i. MargueAmerlccn friend invited him to at- After watching the dancers Mr. L. B. Hilton went up to Brodhead rite in jest said, "I would that I were tend a little dinner. "I'll be pleased one DENTIST. of those simple peasants and on Monday to take a degree in Masory. FLATWOOD to come," said the Yankee. "Shall I K. Phone 65. might try the dance." Sen. R. L. Hubble left Monday for wear my glad rags?' Phillbert bowed low before the fair Atlanta, Ga. where he goes on business. the cockney. "H'o, no, no!" said Mr. and Mrs. John Longworth are said. "Madame, will "H'it's to be h'evening dress, you regent and to be your partner In you Mrs. Turley of Richmond visited her , visiting relatives in Virginia. permit me the know." daughter, Mrs. R. T. Bruce this week. ' Tern Scott who has been very sick of The American citizen smilingly ex- dance that is going on before us?" This was equivalent to an offer of Pneumonia is now on the way to plained that "glad rags" is a Yankee Mr. R. M. Newland and little daugh-- 1 slang expression for evening dress, marriage, and, hearing it. the crowd ter, Dorothy Susan, are visiting Mrs. recovery. became wild with enthusiasm. Cries go at that. ' Rev Roberts, pastor of the Methodist and let it Elkin in Louisville. At the dinner later the English- of "Austria!" and "Savoy!" rang church at Gowson chapel filled his man was called on for a speech. The through the air, and cheer followed Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks have re- j B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Marguerite graciously acregular appointment last Sunday. "glad rags' Incident had made a pro- cheer. turned from Columbus, Ga., where they Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mr. James Mosier of the union found impression on him, and this is quiesced, and the handsome pair took spent a delightful winter. their place in the dance. A serious Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 neighborhood died of Pneumonia on what he told his friends: "My word, but those Yankees have task was before them. They must , Mrs. C T. Chatham has had as her Oakdale Herd Of Saturday I5th. He was a very old LANCASTER. KY. danco around and around eggs, be- guests her mother, Mrs. Barnes, and ' some bally h'expresslons. When H'l man. ' arsked me friend to be h'our guest tween eggs, without breaking any. But Mrs. Bessie Muir, of Nicholasville. Thomas Leavell a worthy old colored this h'evening 'e said 'e'd be chawm-e- members of the royal families were Mr. Joseph Severance and family of man of near Flatwooks died of old age wmm upw to do so. 'But H'l say, h'old chap," accustomed to the dance. The feet of on March 17, He was supposed to be said 'e, 'shall H'l put on me mirthful the royal lady were as light as thistle Frankfort are the guests of Mr. and Royal blood and splendid individuality. down, while those of the handsome , Mrs. Albert Severance on Logan Ave. tattered h'attire?'" about 93 years old. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. "No," whispered the Yankee. "No knight were graceful in the extreme. Mrs. Pickett, who has spent the win When the dance ended not a single Glad rags rags." , Lancaster. Ky ter with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. S. RICHMOND. KY. "But they h'arn't rags, h'old chap, egg had been touched. Love in those days was not long Severance, has returned to her home in they h'arn't rags. H'anyone can see For Skin Disorder. A Training in kindling. The following powder given each that you garments h'are es fashion- the sparkling When the duke gazed into Shelby County. School for Teachers Wl. eyes and upon the glow- lBiIn to ETxfMiitirT able as h'our h'own." Detroit Free day is said to be good for skin disMrs. Adelia Woods and daughter, ing cheek of his partner In the egg Intr awUiat au L I Sui C r order in horses: Finely powdered Press. . Yall-- la all PaV tT dance he knew that the custom of the Miss Minnie have returned from Som- Physician Slui of Keacactr. S Sprclfc. Iodine of potash, 4 ounces; granuand Surgeon. mm A I country wasn't going to be broken. erset where they visited the family of Cm Mrs. Titla Tm to Waiting on Broadway. lated BUgar and common salt, of each DlrwtM doc- T And so it proved. Judge Denton. IvitJice mlhtrfrff.Bevno'lelBslMot. nwwiiaitriais LANCASTER, KY. 1 pound. Mix well together and diThe head waiter had shown him to practfeehooXldtprtmtBtraric3lt(ire. wc Ik tipped One year from the day the two were br?!i ,t. cmutg'. Domett,, rrn. powders. Feed a table In the vide into thirty-twResidence Phone 220. trtofciTS. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Baughman, who Office Phone 6. Term Jaaa-TTfVfP. Tlrt p Job 1C. SwhI no corn, but let the grain feed be dining-rooof a popular Broadway married. Their guests were given sou- have spent thewintertravjlingthrough rartaTrm.Apr.l7, Sum CtUlofu Tre. venirs of gold and silver eggs filled oats and wheat bran. Use tincture of hotel. J. G. CIUBBE, PrrMrnf.j with spices which they called Eastet the South returned .Tuesday morning. Iodine on the lumps every second For some minutes he sat patiently eggs. This custom was continued on They visited Cuba and the Panama day until the skin becomes a little waiting for his waiter. Finally he managed to catch the each anniversary fh memory of thai Canal as well as many other places of tender. happy day in the forest when with interest while gonp. Immediatly after eye of the assistant head waiter. All Work Guaranteed. "Will you please send me my waltv beating hearts they together tripped their return home they went to Elixir ' Danger of Poor Ventilation. lKfrtHffV-L- l the measures of the egg dance. Springs for a short rest, If you want your sheep to die, shut er? I'd like to order." Kentucky Paint Lick, "Yes, sir. Right away, sir." them up in a tight pen where they . xlNli Club Number 1 of the Christian Another long wait. The Germany Way. cannot move about much, and stuff Church will present the celebrated picThen he succeeded in getting the A German soldier recentlv was sen them with hay and grain all the time. The way to have healthy sheep eye of the deputy assistant head wait tenced to six months' Imprisonment ture "The Star of Bethlehem" at the Office Hours We tell voa how. and txy best market for obtaining a leave of absence on Opera House on the afternoon of Mar. is to let them have a spin around, the er. prices. We are dealers; established "Will you please send me a page the Plea of attending a hale find 29th at 2:30 and again in the evening at lot every day. in 1&6; and can do BETTER for you boy?" hearty grandmother's funeral. The 7:30. The afternoon presentation is M. K. Denny anl tb?n agents cr commission . A. Wheeler Referencesany bant ia Lou"Yes, sir. Right away, sir." Opening Up Drain Outlets. tmall boy baseball "fans" in this given specially for out of town patrons isville. Write for weekly price list. Another wait and the boy appeared country will probably shudder a and quite a treat is in store for those A few hours spent now to see that Doctors Of Dental Surgery. M. SABEL & SONS "Here's a quarter, boy. Please thanksgiving that they are not in the all the drain outlets are well opened HKMl A J3 E. Kartil St. IWISTItlE, R. who take advantage of this opportunity Office: Stormes BnlldlngoTer Tlnrt & Ander' Dialers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. may save considerable delay on ac- page my waiter." New York Times. German army. son's Fnrnitnre Store. to see this splendid picture. Admission count of wet fields In the spring. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, 10 and 20 cents. IILX Marguerite of Austria M 1 was iu her youth and beau-rW- 4 ty she made a pilgrimage to the south of France to visit the shrine of her favorite saint. Sonic say it was to pray for a jouns and haudxome husband, if so, her patron saint kindly granted the prayer lu advance of tli potitiou. Or licr way she stopped to rest for a few days at Bourg, a village on the edge of a deep forest and at tho font of the unijestic 'Jf y SPENCER HANDY. Mr. R. W. Sanders has opened up a nice line of spring goods. Miss Ethel Johnes is visiting her cousin Miss Emma Prather. We are glad to know that Mrs. John Wheeler who has been so ill is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ross visited their daughter Mrs. F. Turner at MoCreary Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sander3 visited her brother Mr. Arch Whittaker of Madison last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whittaker visited her brother Mr. James Sutton at Marksburv last Saturday night and Sunday. Brother Morgan filled his appointment at Bethel Saturday night and Sunday and delivered some excellent sermons. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the racf 3 The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the nion Winning race record on Grand Clren ' . brother of Rntti McGregor (r winner nl !!! Sm f Tjf 1r.- -- 0r,;ivho o!d for fifteen tTihiisand dollar I 1S.G9 fnretport to Ka!j.ud sired Baldy McGregor 2.0P4, who ?oId at miction February 4th. in .Not York City for sit." thousand dollar li,t00.CV) for export to Austria, IIMcMia Is Barouess j.i-- . aU' ter of Karon WiUes. many trotting llvioe tor: 2.2I'. un.l hime of Kel.a by M brino Klnp IIi- first fnedarosare increat brood mare Hit. I'nele 'p' NwnmNs, men from different States parsed on this hore, Mr Kummell Chief of Anuria' bandrvof the I tilted stite-i- offered his limit, three thousand dollar- - (LHiO.OU) cmh Cnimewood to head the government breeding farm In Colorado. Thl as well as c:ht fers have been refused. ThU 13 the time to pjtromze these horses. For 1913 terras and full Information d place. Address, Thistle Dcime 2:09 14 Chimewood 2:19 HS? tllln , r a-- to Insure colt 0t A. M..B0URNE ?PS Auctioneer. A. Real Estate St-:rock-bottom and Auctioneer. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! a ;furs J&;msm Nob-lesvil- le, i I ' Si , B. F. WALTER. I,aii-asie- 34SSS hMtMHaS J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer ; d Registered Durocs I W. ELLIOTT, IP! Wr8XH ' tO. W8SKTWOK J e A T. o H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, jf&J- tra" FURS mer-chac- "V ' - 4c-- V S- - - a. t- - iT T ', f'm& f&&&t&kl II Sothern and Marlowe A Lexington, Kentucky. v . 1 ifii M ii Hfr iM.. mmrwt n ji ana m.i F l tST I -9 H i I I 1 yiijo Inspection Invited. Your Patronage Solicited. 5, March 24th, "Romeo and Juliet..". March 25th, "As You Like It," March 26th, "Hamlet" i .. is complete with my own and imported Creations I I LEXINGTON Engage Seats Now. OPERA HOUSE. CHAS SCOTT, Manager.. !5fyW) Mrs. Ada Klnnaird. Kiri!TOCNVV'ririil"'iirM'ii-ri -1 -- f The Ideal Combination Is The Most Phenomenal Policy Ever Written We Received In Applications Last Week Over B m K H F urfao EHv g?M y K BJr 0 i HbH' ML C J clasps, etc. W.H.GREGORY President. Life Ii entral Tj 1. JfrOUISVZZLE, KK j W H RY iw I i The Leonard MAIN STREET. Hotel 60. .Instead of Wood.Shingles orjate Will Beasley, Mgr. , TREES 'Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. I Easter is nearly here, and with it comes the desire for everything bright and new. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, lavalliers, bracelets, tie Our line of Sterling Silver is excelled by none in the city. COMfflfflT KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, - - In the heart of the shopping district. VWTTfffS XULSL vfep A-J3- Met -- I Shingles The repairs. Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. C7 me building and never needs iK roofing that lasts as long as Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. VI6T0R, BOOflBRT 133-13- 3 CO. West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from I blesides they are inexpensive and look better than either. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts For Sale by 11:30 a..m. to 2:30.p. m. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. Philadelphia, Pa. Lexington, Kentuckv. r r, l Ly ss i, ike They won't bum. crarlr rnrl nr wood shineles. nor havr- - Am tT Kritlloniw... f rrrt OTP.lt IVPIOnf .... -- I., . i i i i I- i'j The Citizens National Bank BE DEE 1 I a I 1 ill I t 3H3EflEE 1 I 1 1 K Capital And Surplus $90,000,oo. SBCTJEITY. - 1 I I l ". stieiltg-tiir . 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