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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 28, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913032801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 28, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. -- 1. THE CENTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, VN1ARNISHED pEMOCRACl AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Section No. NUMBER 51. 1 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. Do not fail to hear Dr. Locke's lecture Friday night. It is free J New Train. From Danville ?3ES3C33C&32C&33C32 Iq Louisville. 5000 LIVES LOST FROM BREAKUNG OF yiiffiijagiiiByB i. U FARMERI If you have a horse to sell bring him to town next Tuesday as Mr. W. E. Cndv. of Columbus. Ga. will be here and pay you the highest market price for him. Joins Ranks Of Automobilists. Mr. John E. Anderson the well known section, has joined the ranks of the automobilists and haspnrchased a hand some new "Ford" touring car. Easter Flowers In Profusion. Easter lillies, roses, carnations, violets and other hothouse products were in the hands or belts of all the Lancaster girls Saturday and Sunday, Although Easter was early we never saw more beautiful flowers. farmer and miller of the Point Leavell The Southern R. R. from Danville in- augurated a new train that now leaves Danville at 7;30 A. M. connecting with train at Lawrenceburg, arriving at Louisville 11:10 A. M. This makes delightful service as the patrons of this magnificient road can now leave their homes at a more 'seasonable hour. Returning this train will leave Louisville at 4:00 P. M. arrive at Danville 7:45 P. M. The Sick. LEVEE IN DAYTON FLOOD EXACT TOLL. 0. STORM AND TERRIBLE Osborne. Disc r: r n h H Mrs. Mary Burton remains critically ill, there being no change in her condition for the better noted; Mrs. Sallie McCormack is improving slowly; Mrs. J. P. Prather shows some improvement and a considerable change for the better is reported from the bedside of Mr. John W. Brown. Mr. Brown is not suffering with pneumonia as was Paint Lick Village Sustains Severe Dam Prisoners Sent To Pen. erroneously stated in last week's Record, but is suffering with a nervous age From The Waters Of Paint Lick Sheriff C. A. Robinson on last Friday to ailment. took Othel East and John Simpson Creek. Nearly Every Storehouse where the Frankfort penetentiary, Real Estate Transfer. And Dwelling Inundated. they will serve the sentence imposed upMessrs H. C. Hamilton and Frazier on them at "the recent term of the The residents of Paint Lick were Garrard circuit court for barn burning. G. Hurt, two of Lancaster's most pro- awakened- - at 2 o'clock Wednesday gressive young business men, have morning to find the lower stories of Judge Hughes Gets Appointment. purchased of the executor of the will their dwellings under from two to four Judge M. D. Hughes has received his of the late John K. West the West feet of water. The'severe rain of the home on Richmond street in this city night had caused an unprecedented appointment, not to the postmaster for $4,000., possession to be given June rise in the waters of the creek, Gov. ship at Lancaster however. it had Our experience in the repairing of various has selected Mr. Hughes as a 1st. Connected with their purchase is changed its course at the railroad one of the best situated and most machinery places ns in a position to know a bridge and was running through the delegate to the National good Roads Congress, which convenes at Birming- desirable building lots in the city. The village. The track and approaches to average piece of Machinery better than the young gentlemen have n ot indicated the railroad bridge were washed away ham Ala. on April 14 and 25th. their intention as to what disposition for a distance of 100 yards on each side, man. they would make of the property, but 'Judge" R. G. Pettus Here. the turnpike bridge was taken from its it is more than probable that they will piers and landed about "100 feet down We offer you the benefit of this experDick Pettus formerly of this county, make material improvements thereon. the creek, every business house in the but who is destined to become "Judge ience in the selection of a line of city with the exception of Anthony R. G. Pettus" in Pulaski, was here Robinson Insurance Case. Jett's barber shop, which stands on the this week the guest of Mr. U. D. The hearing of the insurance case of highest point in the village was inunSimpson. Mr. Pettus came up to attend county court and purchase a good Robinson, et al, against the Equitable dated, and in the bottoms back of the saddle horse upon which to make his Life Assurance Society on last Satur- depot every house was flooded, as was day before Judge Hardin in the Cir- the case with the structures on the canvass. He says that he is sure to be the next county judge of Pulaski cuit Court attracted no little attention. right hand side of the pike leaving the county, and he has a host of Iriend in The argument of Judge Ed C. O'Rear depot toward the turnpike bridge. The Garrard county who would be clad to of Frankfort, on behalf of the plain- business house of Fish & Hammack tiff's was pronounced by those who contained four feet of water, which help in the making. 6 heard him as one of the most brilliant entailed a severe loss upon these clever legal arguments ever heard in the merchants, as nearly all of their fine Drought Strikes The Community. Garrard Circuit Court. The argument clothing which was on racks and hangAgent Patterson of the Adams which we offer you strictly on their merits. of the attorneys consumed most of the ers was damaged. Other merchants j Express Co. on last Saturday received 'Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. his order from the company to deliver day. The point at issue upon this also suffered severe loss to their stock hearing was as to the right of the and fixtures. The lumber yard of Mr. pno more sprituous, vinous or malt plaintiff's to cause the Insurance Com- I. C. Rucker was washed helter skelter, liquors to persons who patronized his pany to account in this State for the much of it going down the creek the office, and to return all consignments profits or the share of. the plaintiffs' remainder being deposited in Mr. Guy in his office to the shippers. This profit under their insurance policy. Rice's yard and in the bottoms. Mr. means that those who ..have been After the hearing the Judge ruled that George Conn's house was under four accustomed to securing their liquid under the terms of the policy the Com- feet of water and his loss by damage cheer from "across the river" will be pany must account to the plaintiffs for to furniture and household goods was deprived of this privilege, and will the profits as either have to go without or make a entitled. Thisitismay appear they are very heavy, fllr. W. t. rarKs hau a considered a victory horse and a cow drowned. We under personal trip to some "wet" locality. for the plaintiffs, being one of the stand that the losers have no insurance The order was issued in order to cohforn to the requiremencs of the recently main questions to be decided in the big to cover damage by water. Crowds litigation flocked to the scene of the disaster enacted "Webb Bill". from Lancaster and other points all Curt Robinson Captures Sabbath Disturbers. day Wednesday. The damage to the If vigilance upon the part of the railroad stopped trains for the day. officials will accomplish it Deputy sheriff C. A. Robinson will break up Dr. W. L. Cannon George Conn Ai.d Mr. law lessness inhi3 section of the county. Burgess Proved Themselves Heroes On last Sunday he heard of a disturbance along the pike near C. A. Arnold's During Paint Lick Flood. home and upon arriving upon the scene he found more than he could cope with While the flood was raging at Paint single handed, not that the crowd was Lick Wednesday morning it was obstreperous, but the number exceeded discovered that a woman and eight the capacity of his "Black Maria", and small children were marooned in a he was coir pe'led to telephone Sheriff house down the railroad back of the Ballard to come to his assistance. The depot, near tde banks of the creek. two officers arrested and brought to The house was a two story one and the town William, Taylor and James water had risen to such a height as o Grimes, Dave White and Ed Middle-towforce the occupants to seek safe' on all in a more or less intoxicated the second floor. Dr. W. L. oarmon condition, some of them so far gone secured a rope and swimming down the that they had bedded on the roadside. stream a distance of sixty feet through eady-to-We- ar In Judge Ford's court Monday the the back water which was from ten to entire crew were compelled to enrich fifteen feet deep fastened the rope to a the county treasury, Taylor Grimes tree hear the house. He was followed to the tune of $50. and costs, he being in his heroic feat by Mr. Burgess and charged with furnishing the substantial Mr. George Conn, and these gentlemen part of the celebration, while the ascended to the second story of the The Garments offered are of the very latest styles and remainder of the crew were fined $1. house and handed the mother and little each and costs. ones to Dr. Carmon, who swam the are exquisitively beautiful. They exemplify the very last Some of these names are becoming distance four more times and until he familiar in the county court as disturb- had landed them all in safety, making and conform stritctly to fashword in stylish ers of the peace, and it strikes us that if in all ten trips through the icy water. they continue their evil ways, it would At one time he became so chilled as to ions latest decree. be well to give them a few months induce cramp and he wus compelled to board at Castle Adams. climb to the limbs of the tree until circulation was restored, when he again Considerable Fear And Some Damage. resumed his work of rescue. How about The entire community has been in a a Carnegie medal? These brave tremor during the past week because are surely worthy of one. of the high wind, and reading in the Mr. Carrier Buys Properly. daily papers of the terrible loss of humdamage to property, had a an life and Mr. W. S. Carrier has bought of tendency to increase the fear. The Messrs John and Sam Johnson Jr. their subsiding of the wind on Wednesday, property on Danville street, comprising night was followed by one of the most the house and lot of Mr. John Johnson City direct from the largest manufacturers of New York severe rain storms which ever visited and the lot of Mr. Sam Johnson Jr. the county. Aside from the damage at all 7i acres for $3500. Possession to convince you that our prices and styles are A look will Paint Lick, which is told of elsewhere be given Jan. 1 1914. The extensive in these columns, there was much dam- and very presentable right. improvements age wrought throughout the county, which Mr. Carrier has heretofore made and because of the disarranged condi- upon vacant lots which he purchased tion of the telephone system, it has on Danville street, gives hope that he perhaps not all been reportee. Barns will make further improvements upon were unroofed and blown from their his recent purchases. foundations, fencing blown or washed away, land washed and various other Stratford Serenades of calamities incident to wind and rain storms. Course. Court Lyceum Attractive footwear to complete the Easter Costume. The rural routes were operated un2t der difficulty, and James Hatcher, who House March 28. In our Mens Department we are showing the very newdrives the Danville stage line, was com est things in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods pelled to return to Lancaster on Wad-nesday because of the waters of Dix SARAH BERNHARDT We cordially invite you to call and inspect our lines, Deing over the pike at the Kankm When You pay your good Money for a From 2000 to 5000 people are reported drowned at Dayton O. by the giving away of the levee and the breaking of the reservoir walls, inundating the city. Of this number 400 are said to be school children, and bodies are said to be seen floating in the streets. Gov. Cox estimates 30,000 people to be homeless. From Delaware. Hamilton and other Ohio points, severe loss of life is reported, while at Peru Ind. 200 deaths are reported. Death and disaster i3 reported from all over the country, and the monetary loss from wind and flood is incalculable. Harrows I Janesville and Hoosier OOHN DRILLS. HARROWS and Farming Implements Campbell and Superior CORN DRILLS. you should get something that is good and which you can get good results from. DRAG ry LAND l-2cts ROLLERS. tel Adrian Fence at 1912 prices, saves you from 3 to 4 per rod. HASELDEN BROS. a MIMlJrSWIlIlMIrfflM Disc Harrows, Corn Plan- ters, and Drills, Cultivators Etc., Buggies H a r n e ss. You'll Pull-N- o J AND CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. We Live and Let Live. LADIES R Long Face. n, Department is COMPLETE. 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 . W. i J. . E0MA.NS. . apparel New Tailored Suits, FRESH Dresses and Costumes. All Wool Suits, $10.00 to $25.00. All Wool Dresses $5.00 to $20.00. Meats, Groceries And QUEENSWARE. t t I y , Sver t. H. T. Logan Ve. . The bridge over Drake's Creek between Preachersville and Crab Orchard and the Dix river bridge between Preachersville and Stanford were both washed away, and small bridges on nearly all turnpikes leading oat of tqwm are washed away and the pikes and roads throughout the county ara badly washed and damaged. in Queen Elizabeth. This is one of the strongest stories history has ever recorded. In four reels, at Opera House, Friday, April 4th, Admission lOcts. t DAVIDSON & DOTY I - i 4 r, 9 ''te-.-- n M.I I TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a ybar J. E. ROBINSON. EurroR. R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the Post Office tu Lancaster, Ky., MkII Matter. as Second-Clasa sofa can get liquor In Garrard County la "by making personal trips to points in. the State wbere liquor is sold. Sine it is generally conceded that a large pre cent of all crimes and violation of the penal law Bre primarily caused by the excessive use of intoxicants, with the prevention of the delivery of whis key into Garrard County, we are very hopeful of even better order than we have heretofore had. Learn of the moat modern methods of sanitation, hear Dr. Locke at the court house Friday night. Usefnl Invention. )r. Locke House Will Lecture Night At The At Court 3E HE Friday 7:30 3IiG 3SE 3LE DC 3E H O'clock Admission Free. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 28, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 6.00 or County Offices 10.00 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line 10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 We are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic Nominations. For State Senator. Prof. Burns, principal of the local colored school, informs us that the closing exercises of his school will be For Representative. held at the court house on April 17th and 18th and requests that as many of JOHN M. FARRA. the white people as are interested atJ. R. MOUNT. tend. There will be nine graduates, the same number as last year, and the For County Judge. closing exercises will be unusually inCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. In the death of Samuel Judson teresting. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. Prof. Burns has been in charge of Roberts of Lexington the newspaper fraternity of the state suffers an the local school for several years and Wild Rumors Being Circulated In Regard For Sheriff. irreparable loss. Kindly, courteous has built it up to a high state of efTo "The Big Dam", But As Yet C. A. ROBINSON. affable gentleman, he endeared himself ficiency, he and his assistants are givASHBY ARNOLD. to everyone with whom he came in ing their very best efforts toward makNothing Definite Is To Be W. L. LAWSON. contact. No newspaper man from out ing it the best colored school in this W. S. CARRIER. Learned. in the state who visited Lexington and part of the state. They deserve great called at the Leader office, ever If ailed credit for their efforts and the white For Comity Attorney. to come away with a favorable people of the community should-off- er ine state press in publishing a great deal about the proposed dam near impression and a kindly word for Sam them every encouragement. G. B. SWINEBROAD. the mouth of Dix river in this county, Roberts. Many of us differed with him GREEN CLAY WALKER. Kind Words From Good People. or at the line between this and Mercer politically, were not in accord with him as to many of his views, .but not one Mrs J. Vincent Arnold called up the counties, but we are very much inclined For Jailer. but gave him credit for being honest in Record to deliver a message sent by to the belief that much of what is JACK ADAMS. his convictions. In the support of those her sister Miss Annie Belle Burnside published is merely surmise upon the DAVE ROSS. convictions be exerted himself to his wLo is attending school in Birmingham part of the newspaper men, or else utmost' bringing to his support Ala. Miss Annie Belle says "the Record someone has been "stringing" them. For Assessor. brilliancy with which few of us are is so much improved and she appreciates Last Thursday's issue of the Courier DAVE C. SANDERS. gifted, but never in his utterances say it so much, and that she thinks it a Journal contained a lengthy article ing aught that would offend his better paper than the Birmingham under a Harrodsburg headline, which E. B. RAY. attempted to go into details as to the contemporaries, or that was unbecoming dailies." J. B. COLLIER. W. L. HUFFMAN. to a christian gentleman, such as he Mrs. Arnold togetherwithherhusband cost, construction etc of the proposed was. and two smaller children arrived Mon- dam. One day previous to he For School S&perinteBdanL Clean, moral, upright, kindly of heart day to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. appearance of this article a gentleman and openjof hand, unswerving in his G. Burnside at Point Leavelj, until to- who is closely connected with the MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. support of what he believed to be right, day when they will leave for a visit to proposed enterprise was in Lancaster true to his friends and magnanimous to Mr. Arnold's parents in Nelson county, and told a Record man that we might For Magistrate. enemies, we can well say that a good after which they will return to their look out for such a report, as the 1st District. man has gone to his reward. home in Birmingham, where Mr. Arnold promoters would send men there with a JOHN N. WHITE. is Gderal Ticket Agent at the Union steam drill to make in engineers WALTON E. MOSS. These Suits are guaranteed ALL WOOL and the tailoring is the The little wooden house where Grover depot. Their oldest daughter, Miss parlance, "core borings", to see how SHIPTONH. ESTES. Cleveland was born attracted a distin- Annie Catherine, remained at their deep they would have to go for foundavery best to be had. All the new models including the popular Norfolk DAVIS SUTTON. guished company for its dedication as southern home to assist Miss Annie tion for some of the work, and thi3 styles. Let me have your support and I will prove my statement. 2nd District a permanent memorial to the dead Belle in "keeping house" during her article was probably the basis for the detailed statement. program for it parents absence. President. The formal CHARLES C. BECKER. The gentlemen who are promoting began with the transfer of a purse of TAYLOR T. BURDETT. $17,610 in payment for the house, pur- Ostracise Cans And Rubbish, And White-Was- this scheme art not gmug out any LOGAN ISON. information in regard to either the Cleveland chased by the "Grover work or the progress of the negotiations, Birthplace Association" Memorial The public has been greatly mislead from the trustees of the First Presby Now is the time to take a glance over and then, and not until then will we as to the substance and effect of the terian church. your back yards and devise some plan attempt to advise the readers of the recent Federal Legislation upon the Richard F. Cleveland, the President's to ostracise the cans and rubbish which Record that the dam is really to be temperance question. It has been son, was selected to receive the key have accumulated. You can generally built, much less attempt to give nc IE 3E 3ME given out that the Webb Bill recently and open-thfront door, while his sis- judge of the occupants of a house by details of cost and construction. enacted by Congress does not effect ter, Esther, wa3 chosen as the first of the condition in which the front and " For Sale or Trade. Wants To Marry. the shipment of intoxicating liquors the official visitors to enter the room back yards are kept Home and its Samuel Jndson Roberts Editor Of Lexing into dry tentory in Kentucky, but where herfather saw the light just surroundings above all places in the A farmer and a widower said to i iuu Li, riniJ u m 11115 tuLumn. One 15, H. P. Gasolene Fairbanks ton Leader Passes To His Reward. a Central Record man," I want to put V since the bill has gotten into the hands seventy-si- x yearsago, and decorate it world should be scrupulously guarded Morse engine, in perfect order, only of the public it is found that any com- with flowers. Her mother, now Mrs, against contaminating influences. A Samuel Judson Roberts, a little want ad in your paper: Want used eight months. the gifted mon carrier who receives any intoxi- Thomas J. Preston, was among the lawn planted with ornamental trees, W. J. DeBaun. editor of the Lexington Leader, intim- ed a woman who can cook, wash, iron, A special sale on buggies and harness It cants, either outside of the State or in spectators. cows vines or bright flowers, shows that the ate friend of the Perryville, Ky. late President McKin-le- milk four Shall and help manage a W. J. Romans. f the State and delivers them to dry terowner thinks life worth living, at any I state wages? "Wages splendid citizen and elegant gen- farm". ritory in any part of Kentucky violates mere was a time wnen it was a rate he shows he is enjoying life and tleman, died at his home in Lexington nothin', I want to marry her". Apply Special price on can peaches, try a 100 Men Wanted. Unusual Opportunity. the Kentucky local option laws and the sacrilege to appear in one's new spring takes a pride in his home. Record office if you want him. can Curreys. at l:3o o'clock Sunday afternoon after at For honest upright industrous men. Webb Bill prevents such common car- bonnet before Easter. Easter Sunday The whitewash season is also ap- a three weeks illness following a slight Sluggards or crooks need not apply. You Mr. J. A. Hammond's Store Barns. rier from being relieved of the penal- was the day on which every butterfly proaching and a receipt to make white- operation which was All kinds of Easter candies at can establish yourself in a good paying by sepon Baierlein's. ties prescribed under the local option shed her chrysalis, and hats were com- wash that will not crumble off may be tic poisoning, and followed The store of Mr. J. A. 2t. business of your own by taking terrilater by pneumonia the Danville and Stanford Hammond laws, by reason of the interstate com- monly referred to as "Easter hats." of use to some one who read this. It pike burned which resulted in his death. Funeral Our Buggies are as good as you can tory with us. No previous experience Monday night about 8 o'clock entailing merce law which formerly prevented They were jealously guarded from all is the formula used by Uncle Sam at services over this beloved and lamented necessary. From my own experience I Conn Bros. such prosecution. And any person or prying eyes until Easter mcrn, when the various government works. Take a loss of about $3,000 on the stock and get for the money. citizen were held at the family home know that the right kind of a man can corporation who carries or transports there was always a pleasurable sensa- ten parts of fresh slacked line and one the building was entire loss, together on Tuesday afternoon, after which his make a great deal more in this business For Sale. goods from one place to another for tion of springing something new on part hydraulic cement, mix well with with all of Mr. Hammond's household remains were placed at rest in the Lex than he can on a salary. For territory pay is a common carrier. The Bill the world at large. But in this day salt water and apply thin. effects. It is supposed to have caught A handsome oak dining room table ington cemetery in a lot which but one and full information, write are call on, that became a law is as follows: from an upstairs flue, Mr. Hammond apply at this office. and generation, when magazines are short month ago, driving through J. E. Montgomery, Lancaster, Ky. "Be it enacted by the Senate and the dated months ahead and strawberries D. W. Mahan To Enter Wholesale Groc- the beautiful Citywhile lived over the store. Mr. Hammond is of the Dead with a 7 4t We have a full line of Hardware, get House of Representatives of the Unit- are in market the first of January, the well known and has many friends in friend, struck his fancy, and he reery Firm. Conn Bros. ed States of America in Congress as- real "Easter hat" is a thing of the Lancaster who will deeply sympathize our prices. marked that it looked like a desirable UPHOLSTERING. sembled, that the shipment or trans- past. Mr. Daugherty W. Mahan, the populoss. He formerly spot upon which to be buried and he with him in his Fresh fish and oysters this week at portation in any manner or by any lar grocery drummer who makes this believed conducted a business at Hubble in Cucreys. I will be in Lancaster for that he would buy it for his Lincoln county. means, whatsoever, of any spirituous, The strained relations between the territory for the firm of Bryan, Good last resting place, which he did upon two or three weeks and am vinous, malted, fermented, or other in- Ureek win & Hunt of Lexington, together The best blood lines of the Duroc hogs and Bulgarian contingents at his return to the city, little dreaming King George's Slayer Worked In Cintoxicating liquors of any kind, from Saloniki gave grounds with several other gentlemen connect- perhaps known will be in good Individuals Apr. prepared to do upholsterfor the fears that he should so soon occupy one State, territory, or district of the that the assassination cinnati.' 3rd. J.F. Middelton, Shelbyville, Ky. ing of all kinds, of King George ed with this firm, has purchased the the place of his choosing. Mr. Roberts work United States, might have been incident to a clash stock of Mr. Goodwin, who r tires, and was born in Canton O. on February 11. Aleko Schinas, the Greek who killed I am offering great bargains in bug- guaranteed. 'Phone your Mr. Mahan and his associates become between the Allies; but a message re. 1858. He was married in 1888 to Miss King George of Greece, worked in gies and harness, country into any State, territory, or ceived at midnight dispelled orders to 70 or call at S. such ap- members of the firm. Mr. Mahan, his Anna Trout of Canton O. who survives, Cincinnati at the Stag Hotel as a boot W. J. Romans. f district of the United States, or place prehensions by identifying the assassin host of friends will be glad to know, together with hjs mother who resides black in 1901 and is said to have had D. Turner's. will continue on the road in this terrinoncontiguous to, but subject to the as a Greek degenerate. A 20 cent can of peaches for 15 cts Another disin Canton, two sisters and a naif broth- anarchistic tendencies then. Mr. Joe jurisdiction thereof, which said spiritu patch referred to him as tory. Coyle The Upholster. demented. Coyle, of Lexington, had charge of at CurreyS; er, Mr. Grant Roberts of Frankfort This brings to our mind the fact that ous, vinous, maiiea, xermentea, or Stag Hotel at the time and it is Mr. Roberts came to Lexington in the S. C. White Legborns. We can save you money on Wire other intoxicating liquors intended, From the purveyor of shoes comes this well known firm seems to have a 1888, and in May of that year establish said that when President McKinley by any person interested therein, TO the sad cry fencing. Conn Bros. knack of travelling popular salesmen. My stock from prize winners at Atthat English styles are was buried in September of that year ed the Leader, and within a short time BE RECEIVED, possessed, sold, or in strictly the thing to wear. Anyone Many years ago Clay Hunt travelled had planned to celebrate the 25th birth- the bootblack stand was closed during Some good Oak Lumber for sale. lanta, Louisville and other shows. A any manner used either in the original who through here lor the firm, and he was few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per has studied English feet will feel day of his publication. He served for the funeral. When told why the stand Herndon & Walker. package or otherwise, in violation of setting of 15. the tragedy of this announcement. known and liked by everyone, and when twelve yesrs as Internal Revenue Col. was closed. Schinas is said to have J. M. Mount, any law of such State, territory, or The pointed toe, long- - vamp, flat sole he secured an interest in the concern lector at Lexington, his appointment remarked: You will miss a bargain if you do Lancaster, Ky, district of the United States, or place and wide heel are the marks and left the road, it was freely predict "It ain't anything to put those fel not get a buggy or set of harness while of the being one of the first official acts of noncontiguous to, but subject to the English shoe. ed that as popular a man could not be lows away. If I had my way I would the special sale is going on. President McKinley. jurisdiction thereof, it is hereby prosecured to succeed him. However. kill all the Governments."... W. J. Romans. f An unswerving republican in politics, w.i . hibited." "Bob" Adams soon worked his way It is a strange thing to us that the to the good graces of customers in he ever yield strong and loyal support "Blue Grass League" Probably Dead. The bringing into Garrard County by See our Disc Harrow and corn and any express company or railroad com- man who say?," I never believe the citizens alike and endeared himself to to the faith, he and his paper strongly planters. Conn Bros. After much storm and turmoil, pany or private individual for hire of papers", tries to back up ..- every big everyone with whom he came in con advocating the nomination and election , . . . which finally wound up in the courts ne tens Dy. declaring, "or course residence of J. N. any intoxicants of any kind, either taie tact. Several years ago "Bob" pass- of President Taft in the late campaign. in their efforts to establish a Blue However, despite bis political views he Ross on Stanford street and Ross & .from a point in the State or from its true, I saw it in the papers". ed to the Great Beyond, and his loss held the love and esteem of the entire Gras3 League club in Covington, the Whitlock's store, a block and tackle. another State is a violation of the law Tni.t was a personal one to a great host of am f f populace ot nis aaopteo city, no more death knell of the league has probably Finder kindly return to Ross & Whit-locand for each offense the penalty upon friends that he had made throughout His wife did eat no lean. beautiful or touching tribute could be been sounded. Hogan Yancey and conviction is a fine of not less thaa Because the blue grass section, and it was the cost of living kept, Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 found than the one paid him by his late Tommie Sheets of Lexington have $50.00 nor more than $100.00. This thought that his loss could surely not Theirpocketbooks clean. For Sale. competitor, . Desha Breckinridge, been in conference with the Ohio State Bill is a great victory for the temperbe supplied. However, 'Daugh" Ma-ba- n through the Two pens with 1st and columns of the Herak. League officials at Portsmouth O. and Two Haverland gold band meat dishes ance workers of the country and will seems to be, if such a thing could Mr. Roberts-waSome of us would't turn around to held in the highest as a result the Lexington and Mays-vill- e one mahogany music cabinet. s greatly limit the use of intoxicants. see Napoleon Bonaparte unless he Apply 2nd prize birds at head be possible, even more popular than clubs wi)l by of It will he nlmnst imnnmrMo in d.iu I accompanied by at least six actswas' either of his predecessors, and the peo? esteem and the newspaper men of the that organization, become membersNat at this office. of Gome and see provided the for state, has served as president of liquor delivered into Garrard County vaudeville. pie are honing that he may continue on the Kentucky Press Association. ional Association oi Baseball Leagues All persons having claims against since the'enactment of this law used in the road, as they are afraid to take the wijl sanction it, which is highly prob- Miss Mary Marshbank will present them real Barred Rocks . ?.- - it ... .. ..rinn.arririn mirn tra nm.t .i.vmi .. -. .w ww ..6.m 1 will receive next week a car load chance of securing a fourth man who Dr. Locke's lecture at the court housa able. With these two strong clubs out properly sworn to by lawyer before the - LOUIE TINDER, a- of Columbus Buggies. ,,wauraJ ,n lorce would be as good a "mixer" as the . TtVldaV mtfrllt' fd oKotlMfAlt, tmaei ha OU.p of its ranks, the nassinc of th Blno first rfou nf Mou iqiq . "V a.WA .iwuj HfovillJ t--f The only conceivable way that per-- J ' W.J.Romans. 1 Grass League is almost a three who have preceded him. I to hear nun, surety. j. R. Marshbanks, Ex, Lancaster, Ky a- CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. Of Boyle County. Fifty clergymen of every denomina tion, called at the State Department and urged Secretary Bryan to take the leadership, of what they hope will prove the greatest interdenominational Bible class in the world. Mr. Bryan has been much in demand by religious organizations since he took office, so far he ha3 made no promises, but he, a3 well as the President and are active church members, any one of them can and will preach a sermon, lead a prayer meeting or teach a Bible class. Religion is not only the moral link that binds man closer with his God, but with his fellowman and it speaks well for any nation when it has such christian gentlemen at the head of affairs. It has been said that one's personal value depends upon their possession of religion. One is worth to society what they are capable of imparting, and the man whose aims are low, who has in his heart no adoration of God, whose will is not subordinate to the supreme will, cannot be worth very much to himself or to society. There is every reason in a Christian country why all of our public servants should stand for Christianity, and we are glad these men are making their influence as potential for good as possible. Vice-Preside- Mr. W. M. Watkins of this city has invented and patented a backhand that far surpasses anything we have ever seen in that line. It is so simple, so easily adjusted and works so perfectly, it is needless to say that it will find sale. Mr. Watkins is a genius himself and his friends are congratulating him on his latest patent and hoping that fortune may smile upon him throgh his efforts in putting this useful article on the markets. They can be had at any of the hardware stores at the same price of other bands. The Beard of Sinplified Spelling Another List.. Andrew Carnegie, Theodore Roosvelt and a score of other rioted men are included in the list of the board's members who have just issued the fourth list of words to appear in new fashioned othography. "In considering these new spellings", the board has said, "do not be too much influenced by the odd appearance of the word. Any change will look odd at first". About 1.000 words are now shortened or changed in spelling. Colored Commencement. Dr. J. H. Locke will lecture at the court house in Lancaster Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock under the auspices of the Woman's Club. The lecture will be absolutely free not even "a collection being taken. Dr. Locke is Assistant State Sanitary Inspector, his territory being in the 11th district, His theme will be sanitation, a subject that should be of vital interest to everyone, and much benefit is to be derived from attending. The ladies deserve great credit for bringing Dr. Locke here to lecture land the people should show their appreciaHas tion by attending. Admission absolutely free. Number Of Storms And Casualties sulting Therefrom In The Country Unprecedented. Re- The Month of March has fairly outdone itself, and the toll exacted by the heavy wind has been very heavy throughout the conntr; , both in human life and loss of property. One "twister" or miniature tornado has followed rapidly upon the, heels of another, each one a little more severe than its predecessor, and each one leaving death and devastation in its wake. In Omaha Neb. on Monday night 75 persons were killed and over 200 injured and the loss to property will reach into the millions. Reports from all over the country tell of death and destruction. Here at home the ravages of storm and wind have resulted in nothing more disastrous than the unroofing of a barn here and there, the breaking of windows and such minor loss. ANNOUNCED CANDIDATE. I am a candidate for your Spring Clothing business with the best line of PURE WOOL SUITS for Men, ever brought to Lancaster, at $10.00 15.00 and $20.00 h. L JAS House SMITH W. Of Quality. :e 3L1E r t-- J y, 3-- t-- $1-5- t-- Ringlets ..-- ... LoST:-Betwe- en Barred Rocks k. $2.00. A.! .- """ .. 1 t'r "''-- $ fi ht.- - - jaSriEi- - a a; j- . 5s -- . y Section No. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 2. THE CENTO Al, RECORD PURE RELlGIOft, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD Q0VERNMEN1. s Section No. 2 NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. Teachers And Trustees Of Garrard County 51. ifil Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, Tho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of 'human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or .write COM-CEL-SA-B, I The Womans Club (Edited By The WomamClub) l News Of The Churches. Should Attend Kentucky Educational Association Which Convenes CHARLIE WHIIE-K00- N The Cowboj KHITE-KO- Etrltlist OF ORICIN'TOR REMEDIES S CkETrii.'tE IKKAI & SCIENCE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N SOPE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky I ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. Danville o Louisville via g fSj I Southern Railway Premier Carrier To The South. Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estab- lished between Danville and Louisville which will afford patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addi- tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. lp 31 SCHEDULE. RETURNING. GOING. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m " (4th ave cros'ng) 4:25 p.m Lv Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Lv Lv Talmage 8:0S a. m. Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m 6:48 p. m Lv Vanarsdale 8:13 a m Ar McBrayer 6:56 p. m Lv Salvisa 8:IC a. m. Ar Saivisa 7:02 p. m Lv McBrayer 8:24 a m. Ar Vanarsdale 7:08 p. m Lv Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. Ar Talmage Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. Ar Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m (4th Ave Crossing) 7:45 p. m Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m, Ar Danville E This Train Makes all Local Stops. B. H. TODD, Dist. Pass. Agt 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. MMfiiMrMliSllIlMiS mis muiia a riBiia rrfflilrW Public Sale! OF Live Stock, l WILL, ON Wednesday, April 2, 1913 Beginning promptly at 10:30 o'clock a. m. At my farm in Beuna Vista, Garrard county, Ky., sell to the highest bidder lot of choice MULES. HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEEP. a Horses and Mules. 1 good 4 year old Harness Horse, 1 ladies to drive, 1 good old Harneas Horse gentle for Mare in foal to Jack. 1 good Work Mule-- , 6 good, coming 2 Mules 15 hands high, 1 yearling h le Mule. year-ol- d Cattle. extra Jersey Milk Cow, fresh, 1 extra Shorthorn Cow heifer Calf at foot, 2 good grade Red Cows, 7 head of good grade 600 lbs. Stock Heifers, 7 head of good 400 lb. Red Heifers all red about 9 months old 3 good Jersey Heifers 8 months old. 1 Hogs. 2 Sows and Pigs. 14 100-pou- Stock Hogs, 20 Stock Hogs. Sheep. 40 extra good Elack Face Ewes and 40 good Fat Lambs. an extra lot of Ews and Lambs. This is Seed Drill. 1 good Grass Seed Drill Machine good as new only sown about season, about 40 barrels of good White Corn. 60 acres last TERMS: All sums under $20 cash, over that amount a credit of 4 months, bearing 6 per cent from date, bankable note, with approved security. fl. T. S60TT, Buena Vista, Kentucky. Revival services will begin at the There is one dollar due from each Methodist Church the second Sunday In Louisville Ky. on and every member of the Womans night in Apnl. Rev. Andrew Johnson April 30 to May Club who has not as yet given this one of the leading song evangelists will sum toward furnishing the new club have charge of the singing. All are 3d. room in the college. The committee cordially invited to attend these serviccan make no further plan until all of es and lend a helping hand in bringing this fund is collected. See the treas- about an old time revival. Many of the teachers and trustees of urer Mrs. Price at once. S. H. Pollitt, Pastor. Garrard county are already making There will be preaching at the Meth- preparations to attend the meeting of of the The literary department the Kentucky Educational Association, womansjclub will meet next Wednesday odist Church next Sunday morning. Kev. S. M. Martin who was recentlj I which convenes in Louisville on April afternoon at the usual time and place. called to the pastorate of the local 30tWand May 2 and 3d. Others should Baptist Church here, is holding an in- join them and every teacher and trustee Here And There In Clubland. teresting revival at that church this who can possibly manage to do so The members of the Middlesboro week, having begun last Tuesday night should attend the meeting. Coming Woman's Club are rejoicing that a The meeting will continue for several just before the opening of schools the beautiful room in their new Library days and a cordial welcome is extended vast amount of information to be building has been set aside for their to all. gleaned at this meeting will be very permanent quarters. It is nearing From the standpoint of attendance valuable aid to the teachers when they completion. In this is gratified a de- the Sabbath school at the Christian open their schools. Every thing possible sire which has been theirs since the Church last Sunday morning was almost in the way of modern educational organization of the club. a record breaker, 179 being present. facilities will be discussed at this meet They will be well eatablished and With the spring weather opening up it ing and the most able educaters in the feeling much at home in their new and ia predicted that 300 will be reached country will be there and take part in the discussions. There will be many beautiful surroundings when they play before many weeks. the hostess to the Kentucky Federa- The morning services at the Chris- modes of amusement provided for those tion in June. tian Church last Sunday besides a splen- who attend, the railroads will provide did sermon by Bro. Tinder a delightful cheap rates and those who fail to attend The Henderson Woman's Clubavail-in- g musical program was rendered. A duet will do so to their sorrow. n themselves of the was ably rendered by Misses Mamie charm of tea for women, and the at- Stormes Dunnand Florence Johnson and Our Easter Opening. tractively sounding affairs "teas" are, a song by Mrs L. N. Miller, ably accomgathered in a most helpful collection of panied by Mrs W. R. Bastin was one Away back yonder, at the very dawn of books for its library extension work at the sweetest we have ever heard. of creation, a wardrobe consisted sima "Book Tea" not long since. Since On the first Sundayafternoon in April ply of a few fig leaves and a pleasant this success they declare for it as an a Sunday school will be organized at the smile, but if you were in Lancaster last annual institution. Antioch school house. Rev. S. H. Pollitt Saturday you observed that customs will conduct the services. have changed and styles have been The Frankfort Club is especially A large crowd packed the Christian amplified proud of the Public Library which it The openings are all over and if there maintains on the fourth floor of the Church Sunday evening and enjoyed United American building. The growth the Easter services rendered bv the is a woman in Lancaster who is not and success of this work in the six Junior Society of the Christian Endeavor thoroughly familiar with the styles of years since its establishment have been About fifty children participated in the this Spring it is her own fault, for verentertainment and the entire program ily our merchants and milliners have highly satisfactory. was well received from start to finish outdone themselves in exhibiting large Nehemiah was a wise man who lived under the able management of Mrs. W. stocks of up to date goods. A tour of long ago. His plan of building up the A. Price and Mrs. Emma Higginbotham. the millinery shops last Saturday made broken and fallen walls of the city of Some delightful music was ably render- us know why it is so hard for a woman Jerusalem has never been surpassed ed by Miss Lettie .Mae McRoberts on to decide upon one hat over all of those I the pipe organ. Quite a little sum was beautiful creations. The shops of Mrs. even in this modern day. To restora these walls he decreed collected and will be used in the Ada Kinnaird, Miss Rella Arnold and that each man must repair "over again missionary field for which these children R. S. Brown convinced even a casual are so earnestly working. observer that this season is to be one his own house". of color; away with your little black and y if each individual faithfully carried out this plan no public repairs We Are Attracting State Wide Attention. white effects for Nell rose, bright purple, burnt orange, reds and all conceivwould be needed. The Louisville Times has the follow- able shades of cerise! And that blue We lament our civic evils, and feel ing to say in regard to our cartoon and that has been known by all the names powerless before the great mass of the war the ladies are making on the it could have but stays about the same wrongs to be righted. poles in the Park. If each one began right at home and "Not a War of Roses, but a "War of color, this year it is called Madonna biue, instead of Alice blue etc. Some faithfully, and carefully corrected the Poles" not a conflict with the House hats greet jou with a question mark, would be of errors there a great reform York has Lancaster been having.but while others have the tall exclamation wrought. a warfare waged by its Woman's Club If each citizen in town kept his own againsunsightly poles in the public mark, in other words diacritical decorations are the smart things in hats, to house and home in perfect order no square. say nothing of mercury wings perched cleaning up day would be needed. Bombarded were these poles or the If each merchant and groceryman interests entrenched behind them by on top looking for all the world like Mercury's own hat. kept the sidewalk in front of his own the red-hopinions of many women There are no more important institustore clean the town would be spared printed in the local pipers as a sort of tions in the make up of any community the expense of having it cleaned. symposium. The siege was continued, If each man, woman and child in long articles of capitulation were drawn than first class millinery stores, and Mrs. Kinnaird, Miss Arnold and Miss town placed in the garbage can the by the besiegers demanding the remov Nannie Andrrson who 13 with R. S. paper they now throw on the street al of the poles, the fence surrounding the square would not look so unsightly, the park, and the unsightly trees, the Brown, because of their ability to meet the most exacting demands, have added by building our own share of the wall laying of the water pipe to the center to and multiplied their business in a no public repairs would ever be needed. of the plot and plugging same; the ap- manner gratifying both to themselves propriation of $200 to the improvement and their friends. Hints to the Wise. fund, and the turning over the place to But to return to the shops-di- d you go If we all pick up our own tin cans we the besiegers, who, in turn, would imwill have no tin can alley. prove and beautify as they pleased, into Josephs and get one of those beautiful carnations and listen to the music Clean up front yards, back yards spending at least ?700 in doing this. and alleys. No delay was given for signing the while looking at those beautiful gowns? Begin to fight flies, weeds and mos- articles. The "fall of the park" into If you didn't you are the loser. It is quitoes. the hands of the women is told in a not necessary to expatiate upon the Study the ordinances of our city, and clever cartoon in the Central Record in mrrits of the goods handled by this help in their inforcement. which the Mayor of Lancaster is de- firm for all know that the quality is of Is it right to put wagons and hard- picted with his official ax in hand, an- first importance with them. Adolph ware implements on the side of the nouncing to "Miss Lancaster" besides that and Arthur,also goodbeing good business streets where they frequently tear certainly he will remove the polls if it meii are citizens, always ready to aid the town in any way possiladies dresses? will give her pleasure. Is it right for grocerymen to put For our part we believe that armed ble. vegetables and produce on the side The firm of R. S. Brown not only had with such a local press' department as walk exposed to dust, flies and dogs? it has and with such strong leaders the millinery on display, but new Spring We demand clean markets. Lancaster Woman's Club could put to goods of every style and description for Scientists have greatly blessed the rout any objectionable force in that both men and women. Since coming to world in giving to it the various ser- town. And the Federation is keeping our town Mr. Brown has established a ums. For dyphtheria, pneumonia and splendid business, and because he is reits eye on 'em, too. typhoid fever we have the preventive In the new 30,000 school building at liable and accomodating, he will be able serums which have saved thousands of Lancaster a room has been placed at to retain it through the years to come. lives, now if some wise man would inIn summing up of the business of the the disposal of the Woman's Club, and serum which by invent a back-bon- e here they are fitting up their new home community it would be incomplete with jection would infuse courage and give and intend it shall have such an atmos- out due mention being made of Mr. R. a man civic conscience and rightous-nes- s phere of club life woman's club life H. Batson, who is one of the mercantile his reward and fame would be that it will prove a place from which war horses of the county. He has great. shall emanate the highest and noblest made a success of life and application Is there an ordnance forbidding cat- influences for the entire community to business, fair deals and liberal suptle and horses staying on the square all always." ply of printers ink have been largely day on Court Day. responsible. He has always brought on a beautiful supply of goods and this Poor Womin. Should Keep Name In Paper. a woman cannot make her mis- year 13 no exception. If charming she is only a female. It has always been hard for us to reNo business man in any town should takes Tatler. The member that H. T. Logan carries a allow a newspaper published in his large line of ladies ready to wear gartown to go without his name mentioned ments so accustomed are we to think somewhere in its columns. This apof him as the haberdasher, but we want general plies to all kinds of business, to say to you, dont you forget it, for store, dry goods store, groceries, fur he has on a line of exclusive high class professional men and in niture dealers, tailored and lingerie garments. He is fact all classes of business men. This just as ambitious to please the ladies as not mean that you should have a does the gentlemen, and applies the Golden whole or half or even a quarter page Rule to every business transaction. in every issue of the paper but ad. We hadn't intended to mention Jim your name and business should be men Smith because we thought those socks tioned if vou do not use more than a and ties would speak for themselves, two line space. A stranger picking up 1.- leu 2. U but Jim is so competent, obliging and a newspaper buuuiu Iuc uuie tu x1l juol ' is always "dar wid de stuff" so we ask what business is represented in a town you to pay him a call and be convinced. by looking at the business mentioned in Ask us to show the paper. This is the best possible In summing it all up and without any you the town advertising. The man who does attempt to flatter our ( milliners and latest in size, style not advertise his business does an inmerchants we want to say no town of justice to himself and his town. He is and form and let- -. our size carries a larger or better supthe man who expects the paper to do ply of goeds, then why go elsewhere to tering at the right most of the boosting for his town.' The ' spend your money at , buy, why not price. man who insists on sharing the busi home, in this OUR TOWN' and make THE ness that comes to a town but refuses it the ideal town of the State. to advertise is not doing his share of hrtnafinor Thp lifA nf flnv tnwn ffanfmda , w Dr. Locke's lecture at the court house B. j r -upon the live, wide awake and liberal Friday night will be both interesting ' business men in it. Ex. and instructive. Hear him. well-knowTo-daot wttitmmtm mwtvM My Spring is Millinery complete Inspection Invited. with my own and imported Creations Your Patronage Solicited. Mrs. ftda EftrWftfetr Kinnaird WW HOR yES WANTED will be in noon of Lancaster, the after-- Tuesday, April 1st to buy Horses for Southern W. F E. CODY. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. Coupons For m Out of the Duke's Mixture Sack getting Many men are .SOL. re pm vxilsfa'' aTTA -- a r.b One 5c packatre holds many pipefuls of pure, mild smoking or, if you please, it will make many cigarettes of the good kind that you roll yourself. out of the Liggetl& Myers Duke's Mixture sck. pleasure untold J ?je& TfCp SkUiteL v ''e, Duke's Mixture, made by the liggctt & Myers Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C, is the favorite with cigarette smokers. It's the tobacco that makes 'rolling" popular with men who want the true taste of pure, mild, selected tobacco. its kind. this brand the leader of Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated tobacco than Duke's Were maIng ' Mixture. You still get the same big one and a half ounce sack enough to make many cigarettes for 5c And with each sack yoa get a book of cigarette papers and a present coupon, FREE. -- so. Save the Present Coupons With the coupons you can get many ha&dsome, desirable presents articles suitable for men, women, boys and girls. Something for erery member of the household. Iftthtiaiums attit Special offer for February and March only 1 1- tm VERY Our new illustrated catalogue of preswill be sent Free to anyone who sends us their name and address. fnfont tramDulftM&liuTimayU assorted tax, trom HORSESHOE. J.T.. AJ.U.R1' LEAF. CHANCER ZxlT'.eo,'n.. r. " FOUR , . Mr ents -- J-l- w '5P '&,. w -7-- SaSfflft-S- CUX CIGARETTES, and ethtr taxi or emmt ' PIEDMONT" Central Record. ta unudty hi. Premium Dept. . c(y&yt4t3iM St, Louis, Mo. J 'i.' 1 t - , Plowing Time. (By Harvey M. Eates) Oh bring me out the turning plow NOTED SPEAKERS FARMERS' LOSS IN SOOTH IS GREAT Declared One Of George D. Burdett's Reminiscenses And make the mouldboard shine, And get the plow gear ready too: For now it's plowing time. Give me, too. the faithful horse That walks the furrow well, That knows the plowman's "Gee" and When WILL BE HEARD Kentucky Educational Lack of Meets. LOUISVILLE "Haw" A horse I would not sell. Many a day I've watched the soil Association GATHERING AT to Be the Cause. EXPERT GIVES FIGURES. To Save Life First and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. FRED .P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. Field W. Bush Turn before the plow; Many a root and rock I've struck This job I know just how. The growing grass, the budding trees, I oft looked up to see. So round and round the field we went This faithful team and me. The preparation of the soil A task that pleasure brought; For behind the turning plov I labored in noble thought. The city life I've tasted since. With all its many beauties; It takes away the quiet toil, It gives perplexing duties. Though now I live the life I planned days. In happy plow-bo- y And meet the problems of a man, Who seeks mankind to raise. I often wish for just a day In which to turn the sod; To walk behind the turning plow And think the thoughts of God. Mr. Genrge D. Burdett who ing a short time in Lancaster in the interest of the Central Life Insurance Co., has Lancaster history as lar back as before the war readily at hi3 tongues end. Fond of telling an anecdote, and with an interesting one ever ready to tell, he relates the following, which was suggested to him by the column published in last week3 Record taken . from the Lancaster New3 published during the prevalence of cholera here in 1873. 1913 Columbus Wagons Are 100 Per Cent Efficient and Are a Program Committee of K. E. A. Extremely Fortunate In Securing Services of Many Distinguished Educators and Speakers of National Reputation. Partial List Given Here. If never there, you ought to go. If ever there, you'll want to go. Professor Coulter of Census Bureau Has Compiled Some Startling Statistics on Annual Loss Sustained by at Southern Farmers Versailles For Past Year a Success. epeclal agent In the census bureau at Washington, has complied some startling statistics In legard to the annual loss sustained by the southern farmers Professor John Lee Coulter, expert NOTICE Wanted. SeecfeBids Fields seeds at wholesale prices Bids will be received by Fiscal Court of Garrard County, on APRIL 1st, direct to the consumer. I have a 1913 for repairing the following. full line of choice field seeds and TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD, can save you money on your WinCOUNTY, KENTUCKY. ter and Spring supply. For the Year ending December 30H), samWrite me for price list and 1913 Quarries will be furnished by the ples. county on sections where county owns Nelson, Kentucky. Seed man. Lexington, quarries; weere none is owned by coun ty, contractor must furnish same. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at its greatest diameter. Said metnl shall be spread by contractor between AND DECEMBER 30th. 1913. unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the brenk' ing, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of supervisor or deputy supervisor of dis trict for which tbe work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, OCTOBER 14th t: The program committee of the Kentucky Educational association lias been extremely fortunate In securing the services of practically all the prominent speakers thnt were originally selected for the gathering In Louisville on April 30 and May 1. 2 and 3. The music will be quite varied, as It Is planned to have high school glee clubs, class choruses and organ recitals. Before becoming president of the Armour Institute of Technology of Chicago Dr. Gmisaulus occupied some of the largest pulpits In that city. Whether Dr. Gunsaulus talked In his church or In one of Chicago's great theaters, he always had a large audience to listen to him say big things In n splendid, big way. Dr. Gunsaulus' lecture dates have carried him all over the counry In the winter, and during the summer he Is always In demand as n popular Chautauqua talker. One of the finest things about Dr. Gnnsnulus Is that, although he Is popular, he has never failed to say strong, vigorous things. Colonel Henry Exall. It will be an Inspiration to the trustees who attend the Kentucky Educational association to listen to Colonel Exall of Texas. Last January the Commercial club of Louisville had Colonel Exall as the speaker at the annual Xew Year gathering and he simply electrified the men present Something over two years ago Colonel Exall decided that It was time for Texas to take care of her soil. Now, because of lack of The crops of the southern farmers are worth each year In round numbers Most of this sum Is $2,500,000,000. spent for farm supplies, food, clothing, $ ? i M ..Bii.. , M re ' jfi K ', S . ! L E THE NEW MILL. JWK--, TREEST Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Shrubs. Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:15 a. m. Connection to Lexington and Cincinnati No 71; 8:35 a. m. Stanford and connection South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. Richmond, connection to Lex and Cin, No 70; 11:50 a. m. Richmond, con to Lex, & Cin fast train No 27; 2:09 p. m. Louisville, Ky. No 9; 8:45 p. m. Stanford and South. MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use E5t Thedford's Black-Draugh- t! the old, reliable, purely "vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed- District No, 1. Sec. No. 2, Lexing ton pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1 ; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and C. M. Jenkin, residence, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock. Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock Sec. No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5. Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 0 from C. Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with rock. District No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stotts store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Stott's store to Kentucky river with rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridee pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5 Poor Ridge pike from Pleasant Hill school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec, No. 6, Poor ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky river, with rock. Sec. No, 7. Kirks-vill- e pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill, East of H. West residence, with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of West hill to Madison line with gravel. District No. 4, Sec. No. 4 from double toll-gato Cartersville. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick, pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate with rock. Sec. No. 7. From Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire pike with gravel. Sec, No. 9. Paint Lick White Lick pike, entire road with gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but bidder will not be restricted to one sec tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder will present with his bid the name of his proposed suiety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet. The amount of metal to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before April 1, 1913. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CLEVELAND BOURNE, Supervisor of Roads for Garrard County, Ky. te mbSlm - DR. FBAXK W. GUXSATJLUS. JJ when Colonel Exall decides things ought to be doue the things usually have a way of getting done. He at once inaugurated the Texas Industrial congress, which offered $10,000 in gold as prizes for crops In all parts of Texas. It was soon evident that the $10,000 In gold was the least expensive part of the undertaking for the various contestants must be kept In touch with each other and the congress. The undertaking cost $30,000 for the first year. Colonel Exall raised the funds. This year 4,000 men, women, boys and girts contested for the prizes and the whole state is awake to the fact that results are being produced. In fact this feeling has become so strong that a group of business men are preparing to finance the Texas Industrial congress for a period of three years. Dr. Charles Evens. Dr. Charles Evans is president of the State Normal school at Edmond, Okla. He Is a transplanted Kentucklan, and like any number of transplanted be has made good In the state of his adoption. He grew iip with the country, and grew up big. In fact he has grown so big that he Is now being spoken of as the next state superintendent of Oklahoma. His new book, "Growing a Life," published by Rand, McNally & Co., is receiving favorable comment from prominent educators In all parts of the country. It will probably be adopted as one of the Kentucky reading circle books for the ensuing year. Ken-tuckla- etc., and $1,000,000,000 of this amount finds Its way Into the pockets of the ever present middlemen. It is estimated that the southern farmers secure credit by paying In excessive interest each twelve months. All of this tremendous waste of money is made possible through lack of on the part of the garden ers and farmers, while at the same time it rankes the city man pay a much higher price for the produce than he should. Among the men in big business enterprises has been recognized as the golden key to success In the twentieth century. and close organization, however, arc products of education, nnd education Is the weak point In most of our ruamong ral communities. farmers and growers has failed largely because the mass of onr rural population has been poorly educated and at the same time scattered over a wide territory. In the future our success In among organization and farmers, gardeners and fruit growers will He in better schools, in better teachers, wide awake ministers and a closer community life. Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. Versailles Is finishing a successful . year in work with its Name Warning. Union Supply company. Last Beware of the man who knows too Post Office summer 119 farmers and stockmen much, especially if it happens to ba took stock in the company nnd its yourself. Life. tate Street and No., success was almost immediate. As the stockholders In this company are largely growers of Burley tobacco and raisers of blooded stock it will be seen that the union can do very little as a selling agent The main work of the past year has been as a buying agent; I and in this particular Hue it has been a great success. The first year's buying business will amount to about $43,000. Large Put it up Right, and you'll get Double amounts of wire fencing, field seeds, farm machinery, paint and coal have Efficiency, Long Life, Economy, Satisfaction been bought both from jobbers and It's no trick at all to erect "Pittsburgh No bagging or sagging, no slipping wholesale men. The first year's busiPerfect" just follow the directions in stays, no buckling up when stringing ness has been good enough for the our catalogue. "Pittsburgh Perfect" members of the union to receive C per $103,-000,04-er "When the cholera broke out in 1873 every minister of the Gospel deserted 121 Wheels The Hubs are of the best quality, Lancaster except Uncle Washington black birch. The rims are of oak. and spokes of Lusk; Uncle Washington, although oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set possessed of a black skin, had a heart hot by hydraulic pressure machines. A special feature of as warm and true as many of those wh'o were far his superior in mental these Famous Columbus Wheels is thi sand band, which ex attainments and whose skins were tends well over the collar and prevents sand and grit from white; he interpreted the Scriptures in dropping to the bearing This means increase durability. his own simple way to the very best uf his abilities, and often to the consterSo with all other parts of Columbus Wagons. Box. Box Bottom nation of hi? fold He held the unCenterboard, Boxbinder, Wear Irons, Grain Cleate, Double-triestinted esteem of all classes, both white or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the and colored, because of the fact that best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has he was undoubtedly a Godly man as been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue Grass Farmers, 33 well as an upright, good citizen. This well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illusesteem and respect was augmented by trated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this the fact that he did not desert his post Splendid Farm Wagon. when the scourge of pestilence visited the community and the people stood sadly in need of spiritual ministration. One Sabbath while the plague was raging Uncle Washington held services at the court touse, his audience was BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. composed of all the able bodied colored people of the community, liberally interspersed with the white people who were able to attend or had not sought refuge in flight Uncle Washington took his text upon the visitation of the Notice! plague, and after haranguing his audience for some time, he gave this version of its cause: 'Look hyar you niggers, do you know the good Lawd done sent this here cholera on you all CURES as a punishment for yo'sins; yo' all Cholera. Ganes. Limbernecft, Roup, Canker,. done left the farms and the country Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry and quit work, done come here to town zsr&z.'szz: laying round, a gamblin and a stealin for yean aed tMakit the test M!ii Katie Bryant. Birdilown. Ky.. ays: "I nae Died Recijy 1 poultry remedy made. Ileum sapesandlimBerneckwitt'outiaiL chickens and everything triflin' and the dropped down the bylof a cntng Coomei.Barditown.Ky.. lays: "Ons drop cf Recipe Will I lis the belt preventive 1 hare ererwd. cKckenkSll the worm andreiieTeithecbickinitantly. Good Lawd is a punishin of yo ail for Mfg. 2nd Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 5Cc at ail Druggists. it A colored brother in the audience SOLO DY called out:-'KrWashington de white C. C. & J. E. Stormes. folks don't steal chickens and do all dis meanness you 13 talkin' about and some of dem done hab de cholera, now why did the Good Lawd done visit it on dem? The good old brother had evi dently anticipated just such an in terrogatory, and was ready with an apt retort: 'Hoi' on dar nigger, hoi' on dar, jou can't get aroun dis thing that a way, de good Lord done know B S his business, He want some witnesses to you niggers meanness, dats why he ou who are suCerins: tue tortur?s ot Eczema. Itch. Salt Rhcnm or other sltepkin diseases jou done' flicted some of the good white Ifiss oy trie terriDie whose dajrs ire miserable, whose nitfbtba arc rcado socto- itcmcr. Dumms pains, lttmsscnci ;ou trial or a p- will folks with dis here disease.' The in Inc. healinir treatment which bai cured hundred, which I believe your core J " part. jou. I will send it tree, pottage a!d. without any obligation on quisitive brother was awed into silence Just fill the coupon below and mail it to me. or vnte me. rivin;: your name. 220 and address. and the remainder of the congregation I will send the treatment free or cost to you. " " ""CUT AND MAIL TO DAY" " " were forcibly impressed by Uncle J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. Washington's logic. s, Sold On Their Merits, Becker, Ballard & 6). Poultry Raisers P "R 411-4- 4 CARS BE CURED Will Prove to You Frse 1 lJP -. -- Far-mer- s' .A-e- 'Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence goes up without a hitch, over the most uneven ground as easily as on level land. The secret's in the Weld. It costs less to string "Pittsburgh Perfect" because it takes less time than any other fence. Made in Different Style, for HELD. FARM. RANCH. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN on account of "long" and "short" wires. because there are none. Consider building-cost when you buy fence. It is a serious problem for some, but "Pittsburgh Perfect" users smile. LAWN. "R ,A "!liai9nf aaA IOU VaUdTdHieeU Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittlburgh Perfect" Brandi of Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twiited for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Staplet: Poultry Netting Staplei; Regular Wire Nail; Galvanized Wire Naila; Large Head Roofing Naili; Single Loop BaleTiea; Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL Pittsburgh Steel Co. OFFICE TJXION SUFI-L- COMPANY. Dr. Alston Ellis. on the proAnother gram of the Kentucky Educational association is Dr. Alston Ellis, president of the Ohio university at Athens. For twelve years he lias been making history at the University of Ohio, so he is sure to have something worth while to say to the teaching force of his home state. It Is said that his love for Kentucky has never been dimmed by his service oat of the state. In fact it is rumored that he will build a handsome home at Fort Thomas, Ky., where he will reside after leaving tie university In 1913. cent on their stock and also obtain a rebate of 5 per cent upon all purchases made through the union. A new mill has just been completed and will soon be in operation. This will take care of the grain grown by the members of the union and enable them to buy their mill feed at quite reasonable figures. will mean Education in better roads, better schools, better trustees, better tax laws, better men nnd women everywhere in the highways nnd byways of our rural Kentucky. TO RALLY IN LOUISVILLE. If never there, you ought to go. If ever there, you'll want to go. You and Your Paiivier Will Find this Book Helpful TjnpC Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes MVEiv and How To Paint Them," also Color Card showing forty-fiv- e different color combinations. During the Kentucky Educational association meeting, April 30, May 1, 2 nnd 3, Louisville will be overflowing with teachers, trustees nnd friends of the schools. The people of the big cities are watching the rural school problem with great interest Louisville was among the first to strive to help In its solution. GET TOGETHER FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER STATE. This book will greatly assist you in selecting of the most attractive color schemes for exterior painting of your home. It contains a number of color sketches showing w' MAS TIC PAINT "THE old-reliable various effects, easily obtained with KIND THAT LASTS1' Phoenix Hotel J. MSKAJN, Mgr. Only Fire paint stands the good name and reputation of its makers, Behind every gallon of this Co., Louisville, Ky. MASTIC PAINT is guaranteed absolutely pure, and is materials. The formula is on every can. made from the highest-grad- e Peaslee-Gaulbert ford's now I feel better when I was 16 years Your druggist sells Black-Draught; and than Stop That Itch! I will guarantee you to ttoo that itch in twt , Are You Constipated? t 25 cent packages. old." it, in Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky second. If so, get a box of Dr. King's New take them reguiary and will quickly disappear. They will stimulate the livery improve your digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your system. They wil surely get vou well again 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- Mastic Palflt is more economical than ordinary paint, because it covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the yery best results, It add3 years to the life of your property, Insist on Thedford's Better Than The Best, No Higher satisfaction than the D. D. D. Prescription Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. No remedy that I have ever sold for Life Pills, Eczema. Psoriasis, and all other dlseasea your trouble of the skin has elven more thorough for Eczema R. E. McRoberts & Son, L,ancaster, Ky. fcDPAlffll I E. guarantee this remedy. . LEXINGTON, - KENTUCKY McRoberts & Son. - TVtt"DESRYED The Praise That ' Surest Way to End Catarrh Go to R. E. McRoberts and say: "I want A HYOMEI outfit" Take it home pour a few drops of HYOMEI from the bottle into the little hard rubber inhaler breathe it for five minutes and note the refreshing relief breathe it four or five times a day for a few day and Catarrh and all its symptoms will gradually disappear. Booth's HYOMEI is balsamic air; it contains no opium, cocaine or other harmful drug and is sold on money back plan for Catarrh, Croup, Colds and Coughs. Complete outfit (includes in haler) $1.00-ex- tra bottles, if later needed, 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. Simple instructions for use in every package you can't fail. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. Entries For Wanted, Club Are Comes From Thankfu People. bend Miss Higgins Your .Name. I - ' Lancaster people rely upon it. is Doan'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 sleep well. 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, REMEDIES. I did so, procuring a supply atFrisbie's Drug Store, (now R. E. McRoberts & We have the sale of both. Son's Store). They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved". HAKKSI1UK1'. J "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great medicine. They promptly relieved me and I gladly confirm what I said some Jim Turner sold a cow and calf for years ago recommending them." $G5. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. W. T. Doolin sold a bunch of shoats Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York to H. Clay Sutton for 8 cts. sole agents for the United States. Mr. J. W. Mahan who has been sick Remember the name Doan's and the past month is no better at this take no other. writing. Mr. Martin Evans has returned from PKEAUHEIISVILLE. Ohio, where he has been to see his m mother. Dr. Hefferman of Tenn., was here Rev. J. E. Roberts was in his pulpit last week to see Mrs. J. W. Mahan Sunday as usual. who is quite sick. The B. Y. P, U. had a most interestMr. Wilson Moore of Nicholasville, ing program Sunday evening. was the guest of Messrs Will and Mr. Newton Gill has about recovered David Jenkins Sunday. from a recent attack of pneumonia. Mission day will be observed at Mt. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Misses Mary Ellen Anderson and SI Carrie Naylor visited Talitha Bell Sun Hebron church next Sunday Livingstone will be the theme of study. and Barks, for all day. An unfinished tobacco barn belongMr. Henry Kidd, who has had pneu- ing to Mr. Ison was demolished by Blood Diseases, the monia, is some better. Mrs. Kidd has high wind storm early. Friday morning. Rheuir atism,Kidney '0 been quite sick. Miss Pattie Belle Burk chaperoned a Master William Blankenship visited few of her pupils last Monday to LexLiver, Stomach,!Ner-vousnes- s his brother, Mr. Fount Blankenship ington to hear Sothern and Julia Mar-loand family Sunday. Feand Miss Gracie Bell went home with Mr. Jim Turner's house was partly DAKOTA JACK, Miss Francis Moser Sunday. She will unroofed by the storm on male Diseases. last Friday The North Western Cow Boy. i spend a week there. a number of barns and other buildings Nfws comes from Walnut Flat that were slightly damaged. DAYS TREATMENT FOR another son has arrived at the home of Easter was not observed with the Mr. and Mrs. Fount Blankenship. Forks church Sunday, there were no Mr. Charles Naylor and sister Miss Easter hats and gowns in evidence Zula, visited Mr. and Mrs. Grover although the church is almost a cenfor all Pain, Deafness, Burns. Stings Gastineau at Point Leavell Saturday. tury and a half old the oldest member Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. Supt Garland Singleton was here of the church boasts of not having Friday to receive a building site for known an "Easter" service to be held our consolidated school. All hands and with-iits walls. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. the cook in both districts are pleased lOcts Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. that we will get a good school. The Ladies, Why not Preserve site was purchased from Mr. J. M. & E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts All on sale at Cress at $100 per acre, there being two Your Youth and Beauty? Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman acres and it is an ideal site. PARISIAN Sage, the quick acting 6c Son, Lowell, Ky. hair restorer, is for sale in Lancaster bj i n n: r R. E. Bnni. fcj;.W W W) W W rHJGirtUtsiraJSI. znn: WXWXW) WXA ry- -i II rtiltjj xii;yA.ooM ft) Quickly Ends Indigestion a rigidMcRoberts & Son and is sold with, rJ 13 Ar.rt.tr.r.''? guarantee at CO cents a large bottle. And Stomach Misery PARISIAN Sage has an immense sale, and here are the reasons: It is safe and harmless. Many Women Advise Husbands To Cuie It cures dandruff in two weeks, by We are In business right here where you live. You are an killing the dandruff germ. Stomach Trouble With 'acquaintance, neighbor or a friend of ours. This It stops falling hair. isd offer should prove the sincerity of our claims. Women know how careless men It promptly stops Itching of the scalp. usually are in regard to stomach disly relieve constipation. They act to When we Bay we beliovo we have It makes tha hair soft and luxuriant. overcome the cause of constipation. the best laxative anil back up our tress. They go on suffering from day It gives life and beauty to the hair. They tend to eliminate the 'cams statement with our unqualified promto day when a simDle treatment of of eick headache, biliousness, bad ise to return without question or It is not sticky or greasy. breath, nervousness and other ilia formality the money paid us for it, Stomach Tablets will banish It is the daintiest perfumed hair if it doea not prove entirely satisattendant upon inactive bowels. dyspepsia in a few days: many times tonic factory to you, we believe we aro to your confidence. in a few hours. It is the best and most pleasant and Make Us Prove This Our business success and prestige Madam: Look after your husband's invigorating hair dressing made. depend upon your confidence in us. health; if he is distressed after eating, We want you to come to our store W know we must secure and hold Fight shy of the druggist who offers and get a package of Rexall Orderhas heavy feeling, gas, etc., get a 50 you a substitute, he is unworthy of your confidence in order to Ret and lies. Uso a few or use up the entire ieep your patronage. Therefore, we cent box of box. Then, if you are not entirely Stomach Tablets your confidence. Giroux Mfg. Co., Bufwould not dare make this offer if we satisfied, come bark and tell us and today. They surely are the finest rem- falo. N. Y., American Makers. were not positively certain that we we will promptly return the money can prove our claims for edy for indigestion money can buy and you paid us for them. R. E. McRoberts & Son knows it. for You promise nothing you sign nothing you obligate yourself to u UHYANTSYILLE he says "Money back if they aren't in no way whatever. We accept just splendid". Trial treatment from jour mere word. Our experience with them and the Don't you now believe that Rexall Booth's Buffalo, Nl Y. Mr. J. W. Moore of Nicholasville many reports we have received from Orderlies are worthy of a trialf those who have used them prove spent Sunday with friends here. Could any offer be more fair? - that they are really the most pleating and satisfactory bowel remedy we Mr. Charley Deane sold a pair of ilcCREARY. know of. Try Them Our Risk mules to Dr. W. M. Elliott-fo$3G5. Rexall Orderlies taste like candy. We particularly recommend Rexall Mr. W. S. Hopper, of Lancaster, They are soothing and easy in action. Orderlies for children, aged persona They don't cause griping, nausea, Mr. Lish Forbes is on the sick list at spent Sunday with Mr J. C. Williams. and for delicate people. purging or excessive looseness, as do this writing. the usual physic or laxative. Rexall Quite a crowd from here went to LexRexall Orderlies coma in rest OrderliLS seem to act as a pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, lOoJ Miss Cora Ross of Nina visited her ington Tuesday and Saw "Marlowe and upon the nerves and 30 tablets, 25c; 80 tablets, 60c sister last week. muscles of the bowels. Theyprompt- Sothern" in "As You Like It." Usual dose one tablet. Miss Leota Ray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton spent CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drug gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores. Miss Lillie M. Sutton. several days at Buckeye last week at You can buy Rexall Orderlies iu this community only at our store: Miss Bessie Layton spent last week the bedside of Mrs. Mary Burton. with her sister in Cottonburg. Miss Edna Berkele has returned to McROBERTS & SON R. Roy Beazley sold a cow to Mr. Elkin Hamilton College, Lexington, after a KENTUCKY LANCASTER visit with Miss Patty Belle Burke. The &xaBJL Store of Lancaster for 5Jcts a pound. The many friends of Mr. Harvey Bro. Warren of Lexington fulfilled There is a Rer&ll Store In nearly every town and city in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. There is a different Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human Blthe pulpit at Antioch Sunday morning Deane are delighted to see him out .j each especially designed for the particular ill for which it is recommended. after an illness of several months. and evening. The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores Mr. Joseph Bryant left Monday for Ralph Tinder the son of Mr. and Mrs a M. H. Forbes has been very sick but Cincinnati where he will accept position with a motor caa company. is improving. Mrs. J. C. Williams came home SunMr. and Mrs Roily Simpson and son visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. day after spending several days in CinDan Ray Saturday night and Sunday. cinnati last week with her brother, Mr. The Sunday School will be organized Dan King. at this place Sunday the 30 th at three Mrs. Hogan Ballard came home Suno'clock. Every one is cordially invited day after a very pleasant visit of three weeks with her aunt, Mrs. M. H. to attend. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pearson and lit Guerrant, of Louisville. Mrs. B. C. Rose and Miss Mayme tle daughter of Valley View spent Sat ftMMBracroL urday with her cousins Misses Bertie Lee Ballard went to Lexington Tuesday for a short visit to Misses Ann a and Annie Walker. the mechanical wonder of the Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Turner, Mr. and Lee and Margurite "Woolfolk and to see age!" You can't buy the Ford meMrs. W. H. Beazley and children and Sothern and Marlowe in "Hamlet" Mrs. M. B. Walker and daughters Wednesday evening. Mf chanical features in any other car spent Easter with Mrs. Elizabeth That-remed- Hog Cholera Lancaster THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. ' One kidney remedy has known merit. Garrard county will have another Corn Club this year, and the prizes offered will in all probability be more can be cured by the use. of either HALL'S or SNODDY'S R. E. McRoberts & Son, watafcwfcai em&vmiW4Hmf fajgMMiilxxxB:iiiiijii te80Mx liberal than those of last year, and they will be worth striving for, to say nothing of getting a chance at the fatate championship. County superintendent, Jennie Higgins requests that every boy desiring to enb-- r the club, send her his name at once in order that she may make the necessary provisions lor securing the proper amount of seed corn. Miss Higgins is also seriously contemplating the organization of a "straw berry club" for the girls, but this plan as yet has not taken definite shape, however, she would be glad to have every girl who contemplates entering this club send hername in order that she may consult with Commissioner vt Agriculture Newman in regard to the matter and see if she can arrange for P the plants. Miss Higgin3 has as yet given us no definite information as to the strawberry club, but we suppose the same rules as to eligibility will prevail as in the boys club. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. i- A. R. DENNY. President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. - C. DENNY. Cashier. R. T. Eunitr, As t Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Bvnny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. B. F. HUDSON, Preaident. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat. 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It sets 3 new standard, "not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegsnlly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service nnm with liot nwl Elegantly FnrnM:ed The Cafe I in charm of EsrrM and the Onr un'rvlN-CI jlf) ctiisiuo ami coM ruimlnewatcranctirnaio vA,uu vrktsarfuiot nwnfcnf Kuntfuu srvifv. toilet, per day U Irtit "feS THiCKl choiCfuf club jfearsgR?::- JSCJlTTSRISc v r B ffi & && ilB ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY I I I I County Court Days. at r E. -- Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Official Directory Of Garrard County. srif 1 IHgantly I'limlhcil Koonw with Private Hath, vr day Ct Kf) Ktvio TabWVhotrlniielR-ilx"?-?,-? livkfal.f $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Ij.uup. HI.. 1T CO 50 Larse Sample Rooms with RjthsVelltr open from Private Bath, pr day Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City 'i1,"' from 12.00 to CQp "r ,'V, CI 11(1 p. in. to 1.00 a. m. " 0o 1 1)0 RfservalHiiis huuM bo tuudu litiiit-- r inftaJi!. ROBT. B. JONES. Manauer. SCHENCK. Asst Msx. GEO. Hotxl. PATTCf, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotzi.AS3I.et (open May 12. 1913), Atlanta, Ga., tinder saruo management and ownership. Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur-jea- r. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford.. County Attorney J. E. Robinson. County Clerk J. v. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Depn ty SLerlff C. A. Robinson. Superintendant of Schools Miss Jennie niggles. ' Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourn';. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bourne 1st, Dlst. Logan Ison Sad. Dlst. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dlst. The Leonard L. B. Shouse, Pres. MAIN STREET. Hotel 60. Will Beasley, Mgr. - LEXINGTON, - - KENTUCKY. "Its In the heart of the shopping district. Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. Forty Cent table jl'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. 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. The Cause Of Rheumatism. Best Known Cough Remedy. "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,Ageni For Garrard Co. years Dr. King's New Discovery has been known throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over three million bottles were used last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we will refund your money, J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes the way hundreds of others have done: "After twenty years, I find that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds that I have ever used" For coughs or colds and all throat and lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1.00 at R. E. McRoberts & Son.. For forty-thre- e 1-- m Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de ranged kidneys are the cause of rheumatism. Get your stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels in healthy condition by taking Electric Bitters, and you will not be troubled with the pains of rheumatism. Charles B.Allen, a school principal, of Sylvania, Ga., who suf fered indescribable torture from rheu matism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys, writes: "All reme dies failed until I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Maybe from Your rheumatism pains come stomach,- liver and kidney troubles. Electric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 50c and $1.00. Recommended by R. E. McRoberts 1-- m James Coldiron 4th, Dlst. COCNTY BOARD OF .EDUCATION. Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dlst. R. D. McMurtrj. 2nd Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor H. T. Logan. City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. H. Tomlinson. City Clerk H. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Pellce L. E. Herron. COUNCILMEN. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. Parked Gregory. W. M. Zanone. Q S. Greenleal. H. C. Hamilton. B.F. Walter. Wm. Herndon. L. N. and-Willi- e JVIiller, Agents. Lancaster, Kentucky. -- .J;- .? , -- ' m r BDEUCHER 46158. Record 229 tf. Trial 2:14 . Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 237 'A. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 152 hands, foaled 1906. X FLATWOOD For Public Service, Season 1913. SHE HAS" A GRIEVANCE By MARY BAILEY. E. B. Scott sold a cow and calf to Sam Hall for $60. C. W. Graves visited at W. H. Furrs last Sunday. Standard Registered Vol 18. C. A. Dillon is visiting his father in Montgomery county Ky. Alcyone 732, 2:27. A fllrMnfan rinmanfAS. fDarVNluht 2858 Woods Graves bought a saddle mare Fire of 21. luc. SearchI noonday light 2Mi'4, BrightllKht By Et Elmo 275. Silent Brook 10769 from Mr. Hendren for $135. S:is;i. Dark Wilts 2:09 Great Brood Mare. Record 2 Valpa 2 I Harry Clay 45.2:29)4. etc. Sire or Billy Burk 3:6 Rev. A. C. Baird filled his Regular . Shawb)-i:07;-. Meadow IJciny Clay Sire of 4. dams of 50. ( iforjvood Belle appointment at Freedom last Saturday Emma 2tf8?, Great brood mare Brook By Narwood 522. Brook 2:09Jf. Zarrlne and Sunday. I Baron Wilkes 4758. 2:18. 2:07. Lady Bellbrook Moko24S7 Sire of 12 ln2:10.tc. 2:10, etc. Minnie and Luthur McQuerry sold 3 Sire of Brenda Yorke (Queen Ethel. ByStrathmore 1C8. Ferno 2:05K. 2MU. loads of their tobacco crop at Richmond Dam of Bumps t fXfi. Nat he Belle (3) 2:wi, Clayo last week for 10 cents a pound. Silver Silk (4) 2:08)4, Dam of Lula Watts (2) Monrlco(S) Susie 2:274. Bleucher J39K. George Faulkner of color was fined Wilkes Nutwood 8000, S3if. N.(S;2:09JJ.etc. tr. 21:7: out of a half l Sire of Carl Wllket 2:04 sister to Silent Brook $5. and costs in Squire Coldirons court iBettvClay Jenny Clay. nan sister to silent ( By Harry Clay 45. last Saturday for rocking George Brook 2:18f .Rrddle Clay Dam of Silent Brook Clouses house. 2 :l6ii. Reddle Clay 4 f4 2 and Lilly Clay dam of Prue 2:21. 2:25, etc. Good Hope Sunday school is in a. Silent Brook 19769. 2:16J. sire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:061, flourishing condition and the attendance Shawbay 2:071, Zarrine 2:07J, Betty Brook 2:09i, Emma Brook 2:09j, Lady is increasing Jas. H. Miller is the Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J,Margaret Bathgate superintendant. (4) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071, etc. Hia dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. BUENA VISTA Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:051 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:041, Native Belle () 2:07J (Futurity Yorke (3) J filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner,) (3) 2:061 (champion Mr. Letcher Christopher of Lancasner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:08, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, ter visited relatives here Sunday. Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) Miss Minnie of etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) her cousin Mrs.BottsM. Midway visited T. Scott last week. Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:133, etc Brother to Bumps 2:09. Mr. Thos Christopher has been Baron D. 2:lfj, etc seriously ill but is better at this writBleucher 46158, record 2291, trial mile 2:14j, half in 1:06, last quarter ing! in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds Mrs. W. H. Fain of near Buckeye Clayo, by the He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse spent Sunday with her son Mr. Walter families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had Fain. very little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like Master William Scott spent Sunday this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win with his cousins William and George his share of the money sure. Lear near Burgin. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect Mr. John L. Christopher of Lexingmanners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue ton spent Saturday and Sunday with his Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse father Mr. Thos. Christopher. out this year. . Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson visited This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed in- Mrs. Johnson's grand-mothMrs. to the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and Spoonamore at Hubble Monday. see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. Dr. Evans of Lexington filled the This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in appointment at Mt Olivet Sunday in the Lancaster, Kentucky, at absence of the pastor Dr. E. H. Pearce. Of Interest To Us INOT U. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, S. :l. I :(, -- :. er $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. PAINT LICK. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. LANCASTER, Uhlan 1:58 Bingen 2:06 4. Miss Cleone McWhorter has been quite sick of measels. Mrs. R. G. Woods visited her sister KY. at Whites Station last week. Mr. A B. Estridge who has been sick for some time is no better. Todd 2:14 3. They Mature $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at 50,000 at 19 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riddleburger Todd sold for $28,000. Badpn sold for ?25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of spent Sunday with her brother at $15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Hyattsville. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. Rev. and Mrs. Godbey and children Breed In The Most Fashionable Family of College Hill have been visitors at Mr. Treadways. Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. Mrs. James Francis visited her daughter Mrs. Saufley Hughes at Lancaster last week. Rev. Eldridge, Paster of old Paint Lick church, will preach at New Hope Lightfoot, Eufala, Ala. next Sunday night. The Todds Always Sell. Early. Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Sallie B. last Friday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Guyn and Miss Margaret Renick left Tuesday for Louisville. Woods spent Record 2:071. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD $30.00 2, 46793. TO INSURE. 4, 1-- 2, 3-- 4, Mrs. Ellen Wilson and sons visited her parents Dr. and Mrs. N. Mays from Saturday till Monday. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass 2.04 Iowa Todd 2.07 Todd Mac 2.07 Al Stanley 2 08 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.0S Sue D. 2.03 2 etc Dictator Todd 2.08 Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 etc, son of Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 2, 2, 1-- 4, 1-1-- 4, STANFORD. Mrs J. R. Harris is visiting her par ents Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Grinstead at London. 2.10 3-- 4, etc) 4 3-- 4, 1-- 2, by Golden Slope.12434 Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Golden Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Mary Beaufort 2.23, etc, and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 Silence 2.21 Todd Still 2.23, etc by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee and Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 2.12 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss Brock etc Sire of the dams of Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc He was out of the famous mare, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. 3 dam May Bug Aberdeen 27 Edison Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 Golden 2 etc 2.10, Momento 2.19 Sire of dams of Onward Silver 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 Henrietta 2.24 O. M. C. 2.10 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 ldam GolJen Ready Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4, 3-- 4. 1- -4 1-- Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Beazley Mr. and Sugars spent Sunday in Richmond with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hampton of Lebanon Junction came up to spend Easter with relatives here. Mrs W. K. 3-- 4, 2-- 3-- 4, Mr. E. T. Beazley has joined the ranks of 'Automobile owners. His new car is a five passenger Overland, Mrs. Mary Darnall of Carlisle, is the 1-- 3-- 4, guest of her daughter Miss Ruth Darnall at the home of Mrs Humphrey Ballou. 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- 4. 4, 1-- 1-- 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 4, etc by John C. Fremont Son of Long Island Black Hawk. The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative a recora DreaKing sale oi calves is to this horse. reported in Kansas "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sey of Texasa has soldCity paper, Dorto Dawson of Bire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he Okla for fall delivary the calves from 2200 cows at the remarkable price of would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. Yours truly, $25. each. E. F. Geers. News has just been received here that a little daughter has come to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Put-ma- n Phone 523. P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. of Lebanon. Mrs Putman was Miss Pearl Burnside who has many rel atives and friends in your county. Rev. J, B. Jones resigned as pastor of the Baptist church Sunday morning. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races He has been in very bad health for a The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. year or more and for this reason is for ced to temporarily abandon his work. His resignation will take effect May 1. 4 dam May Steers Dam of May Bird 2.21 - Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Rout of Louisville who have been the guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rout have returned. Miss Sophia Alcorn who teaches the blind deaf at the school in Danville is at home for a week because of the illness of her pupil. "Wouldn't I like to get my hands on though!" ejaculated Mrs. Regan, with deep yearning. She stood conversing across the low railing that divided her back porch from the next one In the Garibaldi flats. "Wouldn't I, Just! Him talking so smooth and pleasant and nodding his head: 'Yes, Mrs. Regan.' 'Certainly, Mrs. Regan!' as though his mouth was full of butter! "I was Just going through the basement of the laundry, when I saw him talking to the Janitor and the Janitor a calling him Mr. Phelps as polite as could be. It flashed over me here was my chance. "I went right upv to him when I heard the name. 'Are you the Mr. Phelps that owns the building?' says I. 'Are you the landlord?' 'Yes, madam,' says he, kind of startled like. 'Mr. Kelly, the agent being sick, I thought I'd come around myself and have a look at things.' " 'Well.' says I, 'I'm glad to have a few words with you. Not wanting to say anything against any one when he's not here, I won't tell you how that man Kelly has deceived and browbeaten me and said 'yes' and acted 'no' to a few simple little requests I had to make. If that man Kelly was to be asked his own name point blank he'd say it was Jones Just because he hates to tell the truth! " 'Look at my gas stove!" I says. 'No.' I says impatient, for Mr. Phelps looked around the basement kind of wild, as though he expected to see the stove there among the laundry tubs, 'it ain't here, but I'll be glad to show It to you! Here am I, working myself to skin and bone trying to keep the nickel on that stove bright and it looks like old Junk.' And he up and says he won't furnish a 'new one because this was new last year. And me asking him polite and gentle for new shelves in the pantry every time I've laid eyes on him, and him saying he'd see about it and he hasn't! These shelves are two Inches, too wide for any shelf paper and I'm a neat woman and I don't like dust over next the wall, even If It doesn't show! " 'Now, I put It to you, Mr. Phelps,' I says, 'is that any way to treat a tenant as pays prompt each month?' "'No, no, Indeed!' Mr. Phelps answered, breathless like. 'If you'll excuse me " " 'Just a minute,' I says, taking him by the arm. 'While you're here I want you to come upstairs and look at the wall paper In my parlor. I've had Mr. Kelly look at It every time I've seen him and he's agreed that I should have it done over and then he doesn't do it! Of course, I picked it out when I came In and that was all right, but how did I know my daughter Mamie was going to get a craze to have her hair dyed that reddish tint? You can seen for youself, Mr. Phelps, how red hair won't go at all with this pinkish paper. Mamie has an artistic temp'ra-men- t and she says every time she has to come into this room it makes her feel faint and shells neglecting her piano pftictlce something shocking Just because she can't stand her hair next to this paper. "'Henry Dllbeck, the plumber around the corner,' I says, 'is paying particular attention to Mamie and, goodness knows, she may lose him, feeling so awful about the paper and not being able to concentrate her attention on him as she ought, men being so keen on being made a fuss over! Any man with a heart, Mr. Phelps,' I says, 'would feel sorry for' Mamie and not let the price of a few rolls of paper spoil her life, poor girl! Though I don't see why she picked out that shade of red for her hair, even if it is stylish. When will you send the paperhangers, Mr. Phelps?' "He said at once that he'd see and started to go, but I stopped him. i said that besides the gas stove and the paper and the pantry shelves I wanted the floors done over and new window shades and new gas fixtures in the dining room like they have at Mrs. Casey's in the next street, and that there ought to be a new carpet down the front stairs. All he did was nod and say 'yes' and agree with me and I told him that he was a gentleman with sense and Kelly might well take a lesson from him. "When I was opening a closet door to show him where I needed new hooks he opened the front door and slid out "I waited and waited a week for the paperhangers and the new stove and things and nothing happened and then I looked in the telephone book and called up Mr. Phelps' office. No dealing with that Kelly for me when I can get the owner! "What do you suppose I got? Some snip of a girl sayst 'Mr. Phelps left word to tell Mrs. Regan that he'd gone to the middle of Africa for ten years and was likely to be delayed gettin' back and for Mrs. Regan to please see Mr. Kelly!' "Kelly! You can't trust a'ny of 'em, says I. But wouldn't I like to tell Mr. Phelps what I think of him? He's worse'n Kelly!" Chicago Dally News. that landlord, Our good friend, Mr. A. R. Denny kindly handed us axopy of the CENTRAL KENTUCKY NEWS, dated Bay horse, Lancaster, Ky AUGUST 28. 1873 from which this column is clipped, Carroll Preston 4doJ. old', 16 star, bothhind ankles white, seven years hands high $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. d Sire Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam hnhv Mr. Wm. Walker, of this county Pence by Enoch Ardei.; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863-3rbought of Mr. Chas. T. Hemphill, of dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253: 4th dam. daughter of Bories' Jessamine, a fine gray trotting mare, tor $1,000. Grey Eagle W. E. Walker of Garrard, bought Vin-dex, last week of J. F. and J. W. Spencer, Fayette' their bay horse, Dick, by dam by Bay Messenger, for $600. Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 The same gentleman also bought of Joe Hocker of Boyle, his two year o!d hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel filly for $750. 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief Mr. Chas. F. Loudon, a most estimable young man, of Cincinnati, rendered 1718, one of the two great chief sires. invaluable services to our sick, dying and dead, throuch the cholera eDidemic. He has the gratitude of our people, who These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed will ever cherish a kind regard forhim. action, and perfect gaits. He left yesterday morning for his home. I have faciltics for wring for mares sent to me from a distance and will There have been no new cases in furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. town since Tuesday. In all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. In our last issue, we said that there Fees become immediately due and insurance i3 forfeited if mares are removed was a difference of opinion as to the from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent certainty of the prevailing epidemic bebut not responsiblue should any occur. You are invi.eJ to inspect ing the real Asiatic cholera. Now we these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. presume there is not a doubt. All those who have remained here have seen it; and we believe it is the general impression that Mr. A. W. Bewly, who died last Friday, had contracted the disease, while in Tennessee and brought it with him. This however may not have been the case. There are other speculations, among which is (the very likely cause of the spread of the disease), that of the well-watused in the locality where the disease was most violent If such is the case vi e shall certainly be in favor of destroying the well in that part town and the sooner it is done the HIGH CLOUD 3334. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. acci-ciden- ts W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kv er better, We were agreeably startled about 4 o'clock, Sunday morning, by the locomotive whistle of a special train from Louisville, bearing two learned physicians, Drs. Berry and Wilson, to offer their assistance in time of need. Their names will be remembered by a grateful people long after the names of those who ran away from their duty have been forgotten. Drs Wilson and Berry went to work within five minutes after their arrival and infused a new hope and confidence in the few people remaining. When men put their lives in hazard, and come to help strangers they never saw or knew, the Lord will surely bless their I SI Town's fall of Studebakers vfl BugS enorts. Studebaker Farm Wagons, Studebaker On Monday Dr. Sam'l L. T. Smith, assistant surgeon U, S. Marine Hospital, of Louisville, arrived on the eve- ning train. On Tuesday Dr. Frazee, of Louisville arrived here, and has been visiting the sick. Nearly every case of cholera which nas occurea nere can De traced to m- temparance, imprudence or fright It is thought Anderance West died from nothing but fright, as he had no symptoms of cholera. It is also believed by some that a number of other cases were similar. One old negro man, under our observation, took medicine from several personsenough, we thought, to have killed a dozen men, when a stranger entered town and professed to cure the terrible disease. Old "uncle Ned" was placed in his charge, with an offer from the citizens of $50 if he effected a cure, A few hours afterward Ned began to revive, and all had hopes of his recovery, but about the close of 24 hours poor "uncle Ned" breathed his last Some parties have visited our town in our time of trouble, with cholera "patents", &c, but when they found that most of the sick were objects of charity they have sneaked off with fingers to the nose. Many people have passed through town in buggies, carriages, &c, holding their noses. Many of the negroes who left town last week were driven back. Some of our people who have visited a neighboring town were invited to leave, and made to accept the invitation. IN THE HOUSE. gies and Studebaker Delivery Wagons. and every owner of a Studebaker vehicle is proud of it. Because he knows it is the best. Studebaker wagons and buggies are built on honor and with the experience that comes from sixty years of wagon building, and you get the benefit of this experience when you buy a Studebaker vehicle Whether you live in town or country; whether yon want a work or pleasure vehicle, there's a Studebaker to fill your require-merit- s. Farm wagons, contractor's wagons, tracts, municipal vehicles, ice wagons, dump wagons and carts, road oilers, buggic. depot wagons, surreys, pony carts, runabouts we make them alL also harness, for any sized animal, for any vehicle, of the same high standard of quality as the Studebaker vehicles. See oar Dealer or tsrile as. STUDEBAKER NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS South Bend, Ind. CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CUT DENVSl SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND. ORE. ONE DROP OF- Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other Infectious Diseases. MRS. W. R. GUNTER. of Concord. Va.. writes: "My chickens had gapes so bad last summer that I could not raise any until I sot this medicine. It Is the best poultry remedy I ever used." MRS. SARAH WELLS, of Lyons. Ind.. writes: "It beats anything I ever tried for capes. I Just put It In the feed and drinking water and the chicks get well." MRS. W. P. BRACEY. of Baskersvflle.Va., writes: "I have now used this medicine two years and I Just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case o( capes since I began using It." MRS. W. R. VKDDER. of Catsklll. New York, writes: "I have not lost a turkey since I began using it. I had fifty and bad used most everything else and lost all but thirty when I beard of thU remedy." WHITE HOUSE POULTRY FARM, of Buechel. Ky.. writes: "We tried it on roup and gapes and It knocked these diseases out of existence in three days. It gives the chicks life and. vizor and pulls them through tho critical stage In fine shape." JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, Individuality, Breeding:, Speed. 1b4 circuit winner of 1912. Son ot Jay McGregor 2.07?fiwho recently sold for fifteen thonsand dollars (J15.00O.e0) for export to Russia, and who sired Baldy McGregor 2.0CJ;, who sold at auction February 4th. In New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (liJ.liOO.Ov) for export to Austria, His dam la Baroness Sibyl 3.253. a daughter of Baron Wilkes. A great many people consider Chlmewood the handsomest trotting stallion livine! son of HlghwoodSJlli and Chime nfTtMI. briuoKlng. His first five dam s are In great brood mare list. Uncle firm's Commission of low men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Eommell Chief of Animal Hus-bandof the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (3,000.00) cash for Chlmewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other of Thistle Donne 2.09 Chimewood uorRukKn'ajm!ionni 2:19 1-- 4 hir. fers hay been refused. This is the time to patronlie these horses. For 1813 terms and full Information and the place. Address, Farm 3K miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. Mo. 138 Danville, Ky. $25. OO to insure a. living colt for Bach JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. flora. Tit for Tat. In one of his witty Thanksgiving addresses Senator Depew once said: "Our forefathers went to Thanksgiving service on Thanksgiving morn with blunderbuses on their shoulders' and both eyes peeled for Indians and! at that got many an arrow wound en route, and left many a scalp behind. "It 1b no longer thus. There's truth. In the little boy's dictum. "Pa said the little boy, "did the The Fair Visitor How funny It Is Indians settle America? to call the man Speaker, when he ' Tea, my son.' hardly says anything at all!. The store and residence of Dr. J. T. "'And then, pa, we settled the In-- , Her Escort My dear girl, most peoon the Danville pike djanf, didn't wer Hammond located ple who say little are considered the about three miles from town, was combest conversationalists. pletely destroyed by fire Monday night. It is reported that he lost$300in money. Dodging Duty. The entire loss is something like $4,000 A Plunkvllle poet sings as follows: Another slap In the face of beauty; with $1600 insurance. A defective flue Women are dodging jury duty. Is thought to have been the cause. Has It com to thlsT 'And so soon. you to stop that iub fa fr I will guarantee The ladies of the Christian church Mconds.remedy No that I have ever sold for Speaking of YYr, are putting forth every effort to make Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases "Papa, If you went to war and you of the skin has given more thorough their moving picture show on the 24th satisfaction than the had a sore nose, all they'd have to a success. Remember the date, come D. D, D. Prescription for Eczeaa do would be to pull your nose and you over and enjoy the afternoon or even would be wounded." Z guarantee this remedy. ing and help the ladies. The "Star of "Yes, but I'd run." Bethlehem" is one of the best films in "It you didn't your nose probably use. jrould." R. E. McRoberts & Sop. ' y V Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle oi this medicine on hand, and use it as a preventive as well as a euro for disease. SOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. Free Sample and Booklet on "Diseases oi Fowls" sent prepaid on request. BOURBON REMEDY CO, Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. One 50 Cent Bottle of Stop That Itch! Subscribe' For The CENTRAL RECORD - $1.00 Per Year. t "j& y ,st. -- - V- - "-l- ' tt'S - s ll-- v l'( 1 1 A1 We Announce Our ' 1 iM 1111. rim , I I : I GOSSARD CORSET OPENING to uJi S 1 il! 1 1 i I 1 1 You are cordially invited to meet Miss Annette Tush, an expert demonstrator and fitter of Gossard Front Lace Corsets who will be at our store for the three days mentioned, only. i i i if $: I The Joseph Mercantile Qompany. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR QOSSARD FROINT LACE CORSETS. Miss Smith is court stenographer for Mr. W. A, Arnold is at Crab Orchard ' ' for a recuperative stay. the Barboursville judicial district. i Mr. W. S. Carrier and daughter Ruth Mr. and Mrs. George McRoberts of i Covington are visiting relatives in the were in Danville Tuesday. town and county. J. E. Robinson went to Louisville Mrs. G. C. Ward and little daughter Tuesday on legal business. Margeret of Rolling Fork Mississippi Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford has were the guest of Mrs. W. H. Ward been with her mother Mrs. A. C. Rob last Week. inson. I Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny were in Mr. Harvy M. Estes, Editor of the Baptist Reporter, of Georgetown, was Lexington Sunday to see Mr. Everett in town Court day and paid thi3 office a Farra. pleasant call. Mrs. S. D. Cochran has been in StanMiss Pearl Ham has returned home ford for a visit to her sister Mrs. W. after a pleasant visit to friends and S. Fish relatives at Burnside, Ky., and NashMisses Allene and Virginia Bourne ville, Tenn. have been in Lexington visiting relatives. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts has returned Miss Margaret Walker was called to from Hopkinsville, her mother, Mrs. Ware accompanied her and will make Crab Orchard on a professional case of two weeks. this her home. iBliBBWrJBMr I: 1 tyl John Deere Steel Plows. Gossip About People vNN Oliver Chill and Syracuse Plows. BEST PLOWS MADE. A Brief Mention of (he Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. IHW! JJiWMBtf WRIT i1 itlp isiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBifcBiiBiiiBhl "S't'JPGI&Sr VULCAN PLOWS at reduced P RICES. Plow Points and repairs I; I Mrs. T. C. Rankin is reported sick of pneumonia. quite r J. ca R. MOUNT, SON & CO. . Stormes is visiting Mrs. John Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of Covington. Mrs. Woods Walker is at home after a visit to Mrs. J. C Hays of Stanford. W. S. Elkin Jr. of Atlatta, is visiting at the home of his father, Capt T. Ji. We Write Anv Kind of v ) V I M v Mrs. Arthusa Currey is in Danville Mrs. J. C. Hardin and son Isaac Mr. H. D. Terhune of Harrodsburg, Hardin of Greenfield Ills, are guests of for a stay with her daughter Mrs. Fis- was a pleasant visitor in our town Mrs. Hardin's daughter Mrs. Mary E. her Gaines. Reynolds in the county. Monday. Mrs. Belle Poor of Buena Vista was , Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. Mrs. A. H. Bastin has returned from the guest on Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. H. B. Northcott went to Newport 1 Saturday to remain over Easter with a visit to her daughter Miss Mamie R. S. Brown. Bastin in Latonia and Mr. and Mrs. C. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney werin B. Bastin in Millersburg. Lexington Monday night to see "RoMiss Sue Ross of Chicago is visiting m her mother Mrs. Mary Reynolds near Mr. Smitn Baughman of Lincoln a meo and Juliet". popular candidate for sheriff of that Point Leavell. Mrs. Fannie Farra and son Earl were YOUR HUSBAND county, was shaking hands with his called to Lexington by the critical ill Mary Lynn Fox of the Richmond Miss 3s83Ia-many friends here Monday. Iness of Mr. Everett Farra. Normal school was at home for a visit WILL BE ' , Vf. ' days. of several Mat S. Cohen of Lexington was Mrs. Wm. Mershon and little son of Major William H. Collier To Become A Benedict. Mr. Curry Robinson spent the Easter mingling with the Court day crowd Stanford have been visiting Mrs. E. F. holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. last Monday and putting in a few good Green Mrs. Mershon's sister. Kansas City papers have announced the engagement of Mrs. R. Nelle words for that Prince of horse flesh C. A. Robinson. J. A. Swope of Lexington was the Roberts of Kansas City, Mo. to Major William Hoskins Collier of Lancaster, Kentucky's Choice. Ky. the wedding to take place in that city April fifth. week-en- d to have you go back to guest of his grand-motheJL'r. Z. T. Rice and J. W. Bales of Though the relatives have known this for some time, we know it will come in Mrs. Zarelda Gulley and family. Mr. John S. Baughman the most jkSwv MF4r Richmond were prominent guests on ordinary flour once he the nature of a surprise to Maj. Collier's friends, who seemed to think he waa popular man that ever ran for office in our streets Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pearson of proof against Cupid's darts. Boyle county and numbers his friends Valley View were guests this week of Mr. Jack Doty and wife of LexingM has tasted the delicious by his acquaintances, was also one of Mrs. James Prather and family. ton were the guests last week of their bread, cakes, etc., you our court day visitors. aunt Miss Lena Bright. Misses Willie and Bessie Wilkerson bake from WHITE Jame3 Granville Cecil the popular were in Stanford for several days with I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney and Mr. The result will SWAN FLOUR. Why not try a sack of it J. R. Haselden were in Danville Sunday owner of Thistle Doune and Chime-woo- d their cousin Miss Gertrude Wilkerson. was putting in some good words for a K. P. celebration. please him and you too. The cost of White Swan is no Monday foi those royal bred horses that Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon were in It is gratifying to learn that Mr. Jas. arejn his hands this year. Lexington Wednesday night to witness Order a sack the next more than that of common flour. R. Henry who recently moved to Texas "Hamlet", and to be the guests of The people of the community were on friends. for his health, is improving. time you run out. last Saturday reminded of the fact that Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our Mr. and Mrs. George D. Burdett of The many friends of Mr. U. D. the following Monday was county court Louisville are spending some time with day by the arrival of the well known Simpson will be glad to know that he large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller. commercial tourist Uncle Lew Holmes. has entirely recovered from his recent John McRoberts of State University severe illness. bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Mrs. J. W. Aker and handsome young Mi was at home for Easter with his parents Mr. W. 0. Rigney is in Louisville son, Master Earl Young, passed through Silver is excelled by none in the city. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Lancastei Monday on their way to this week attending the sixty-firMr. Ashley Swope of Lexington came their home in Paris, Ky. after a annual reunion of the Ancient and over from Lexington to be with his delightful sojourn of several months in Accepted Scottish Rite of freemasonry. relatives and friends during Easter. the Land of flowers Mrs. Aker is an Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stanford enthusiastic reader of the Record and gave a fish supper at their attractive gave this office a pleasant call while was the guest for Saturday and Sunday home on Richmond street. Some eight 133-13- 3 LEXINGTON, KY. West Main St. here. with Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley. or ten couples responded to the invita Mrs. Frank B. Marksbury of Lan- tion. Dr. J. M. Acton is spending a few caster, Kentucky, arrived today for a days at Martinsville Ind. in an effort to Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden, old and young, black and white have lord. visit with Mrs. A. H. Rice at her apart rid himself of the twinges of rheuma- ments in the Samuel Denny and Miss Bettie Walker sought Mr. Burdett for a hearty handPelham. Mrs. Marksbury tism. will be entertained by a most charm- Burnside, Joe Price and Miss Kathleen shake or to hear him tell a story. The Mrs. Luther Raney is.. very much imMiss Estella Conn of the Jewish ing hostess during her sojourn here. Walter motored to Lexington Tuesday boys, who were tots when they left . proved. here, are married and have splendid Hospital at Louisville is here for a stav Mrs. Rice is a most attractive southern evening to witness the play "As You e guest of Miss Miss Rosa Ray was-thpositions. James H. Burdett, who we with her narenta Mr. and Mrs. .T. R woman who recently came here for a Like It". Conn. knew as Little Jim was appointed by Ocie Sriyder Sunday; residence. No doubt several social ueorge waiKer Lawson was given a Gov. Dunn as state president of the No Dirt, No Bother In a very short time any building can have its fire-trMiss Flora E. Smith of Barboursville events will be given for Mrs. Marks Mis? Lelfa Teater was thh guest of lightning-proo- f pretty Easter party Sunday afternoon civil service commission of 111., with covering turned into a modern Ky. is visiting her parents Mr. and bury during her stay here. Richmond, Miss QceSnyder Saturday night and roof at a very moderate cost a. roof that will last as long as the building Mr. the handsome salary of $3,500 a year. at the home of his grand-parenMrs. William Smith at Point Leavell. Ind. Palladium. and never need repairs, 4 and Mrs. David Ross. A prettily For several years Jim was political Sunday. FoiSahbtf Mr." Porter Wearen andf amily were decorated table and inviting luncheon editor of the Chicago Evening . World. or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Local contractors the guest of her grandmother Mrs. made the occasion an enjoyable one. Philadelphia. Pa. Eliza Ray Sunday. The marriage of Miss Katie Lee Sickness Among Fowls. Mr. Willie Ray and daughter Stella of this city and Robert Walker of The causes for sickness among Fayettsville, Tenn. will occur Wednes- fowls can be treaced to lice, filth, no were the guests of his mother W ednes-da- y ici night and Thursday. day, April 9th at 4 o'clock at the Pres- grit, over-fasour food, leaky roofs, byterian church in this city and will lack of exercise, crowded quarters, Sunday School will be organized at be one of the leading social events of cracks la the wall, exposure to hot Antioch the fifth Sunday afternoon at suna, cold houses In winter, hot housthe season. No invitations have been 3oclock. Eyeryone is invited to be issued to friends in the county, but all es In summer. Irregularity In feeding, present. damp houses and runs, nor enough, friends are invited to witness the cere- bulky m food. Impure drinking water, mony. poorly ventilated houses, exposure to for dumping a load of The following made up a happy party bad weather, and too much heating summer. that went to Lexington Wednesday food la As administrator of the personal afternoon on the Titanic and that Making 8tblei Comfortable. estate of the late D. P. Burdett; deceas Marlowe and Sothern in their Stop the cracks and chinks in the ed, I will on mmamw aWmWmmmm9-Jnnoted play "Hamlet". Mrs. Elizabeth stables. The horses and cows will not TUESDAY, APRIL 8th 1913, Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mr. get cold outsldelf It isn't raining, at the late residence of the deceased, and Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. but in the stable, with the wind blow- Sell to the highest and best bidder, lit just as you were passing. the Misses Helen and Martha ing in through some little hole, they following R. L. Eikin, property: will actually suffer. Get In a warm Gill, Mrs. Ethel Daroold, Misses Bet-ti- e What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of 1 good brood mare, s 3D new hemp outand Dean, roomreach let the cold air from UtUe brakes, a full West, Mason, Brashear, you through Just one you need some for side set of Carpenters Tools, dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't Robinson, Martha Kavanaugh, Shelby opening. If you don't believe consisting of planes, hatchets, saws, It open grate. We have just the right kind stove, furnace or Mason, Patsy Kinnaird, Patsy Ander hammers, braces and bits, augers, for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need son, Mary Doty, Lettie Mae McRoberts, Shoeing the Colt. chisels, mallets, boring machine and Bettie Walker Burnside, Messrs Sher-le- y The first shoeing of a colt la the many other small tools; about 200 feet Hudson and Lige Ford. Important, not only in th fit of most 'clear oak lumber, and household and Baking Tke made shoes, but also In seeing that the of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Burdett the Is not badly from Royal Grape Cream of colt scared by the forge, kitchen furniture. Sale begins at 2 have been enjoying a visit in this their the unusual handling and new sounds. o'clock p. m. M old home and their friends have been Horses mean to shoe are generally TERMS made known on day of sale. enjoying them. No couple who ever the result of improper handling at L. G. DAVIDSON, ADM'R. lived here were more popular and both early shoeing. . Am Bourne, Auct. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. . Elkin. Miss Maggie Sandusky of Jessamine county has beed visiting Garrard county friends. ! i BEAZLEY & COLLIER a?k i 8 'uVsctr5 I ft I 8 1 Unwilling r, VH I JEWELRY. I Lancaster Elevator & FlourMills st VI6T0R, BOOftBRT 60. Laid Right OverWood Shingled ap f, slotm-proo- f, ts -- Don't Roast the Driver AeJk tt "! t, ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmotutety Pure Economizes Batter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more oaly Powder Coal wsmm Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. 0 MBMm Public Sale even-ing'sa- w appetizing and wholesome Tartar .4 J1? JO tY:r .:, , . -- o- R Our Selection Of RUGS Hi U Is by far the LARGEST in quantity, the prettiest PATTERNS both, Floral and Oriental, and the PRICE is right, which was evidenced by our enormous SALES in the last1 few days. Let Us Is We have reduced the cost and at the same time raised the quality of our goods. Please call and see our beautiful display and be convinced that this is the Money Til Grl place to buy your HOUSE FURNISHINGS for Spring. Give us a trial and we will Guarantee vou perfect satisfaction and value received for vour monev. B. D. Holtzclaw shipped a car of Dally Thought. METHOD OF STOPPING LEAKS mixed stuff to Cincinnati Saturday One of the sublimest things In the g FARMER'S COLUMN which he bought at good price. Hogs world Is plain truth. Bulwer. Work Is Decosting him 8 cents and heifers 6J scribed by Correspondent of the Engineering Record. omoO cents. MtiMnocasfoocoao Always Musical. Musician (to his bride, who kisses R. H. Pettus of Somerset bought a him in the dark on the point of dpace below thtt heading Is for the exclu-lv- e the The method of stopping leaks in use of oar farmer subscribers, and Is for a saddle horse of William Cornett Mon- nose) An octave lower, my darling. I concrete, described by a correspond- ant of the Engineering Record, con the sale of stock, grain and such things on day for $150. Exchange. farm as the farmer cannot afford to adversists in plastering the wet, leaking tise. No notice will be accepted over four surface of the concrete with waterCharlie Dean bought a pair of horse lines, and will be only In two Issues of the METAL BOTTLE TOP REMOVER proofed mortar. The mortar 1b kept mules Monday of J. W. Ballard of icobd, free of charge from being washed away by suitable Lincoln county for $335. Ordinary Table Fork Will Perform bracing against a properly constructed The electric cars from Louisville to Operation With Neatness and Ols-- i gasket. Virgil Gastineau one of our reliable Shelbyville stop at Maple Grove Farm Assuming that a leak is to be repatch Knife Also Used. sold a nice mule to Hayden traders every hour. paired in a basement wall, Fig. 1, Leavell for $165 and a handsome black Everybody Is familiar with the lit- one foot or more above the floor, the W. K. Leavell sold a horse to Hubert mare to John Toms for $165. tle metal tops used on bottles. But loose material should be scraped or Sageser of Nicholasville for $150. the general opinion is that a top can dug away, leaving a saucer-shapeW. T. King the auctioneer reports not be removed without the aid of a cavity as large in diameter as necesMilk cow and calf for sale. the following sales Monday; Three specially designed opener. A Phila- sary. If the holes through which the Jacob White, Paint Lick Ky. sows with 5 pigs each at $20. One cow delphia man was recently confronted water Is leaking are large enough Charlie Dean bought a pair of mules and calf for $65 one for $60 and horses with the problem of removing one of they can be stopped with plugs covfrom $75 to $105, ten buggies from $5 these tops without the official instru- ered with patches of burlap driven in of J. W. Ballard for $355. to $59. and a pair of billy goats for $5. ment. This is the way he did it: He tightly. The form is then prepared. In case Jesse C. Wearren of Stanford, sold a took an ordinary table fork and placed one of the outside tinea be- the diameter of the saucer-shapenice brood mare to Ralf Tuggle of MVE STOCK MARKET. neath theedge of the cap. He then hole Is sis Inches, a board, A, Fig. 2, Barbourville for $200. two inches thick and eight inches CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, square, will be required. A Ballard and Thompson of JPreachers-vill- e nogs Sheep Cattle twisted-burlarope, B, is 3old a car load, of cattle in Mt March M CATTLE: Shippers $7505)8 Si tacked on the board and the latter Sterling Monday at an average of $55 Butcher steers extra b 00(3S 2.1 nailed to a brace C. a head. Oood to choice 7 33 7 SO o Enough mortar, waterCommon to fair 5 33," 5h proofed, is prepared, to which has Jas. B. Leavell of Bryantsville wants Heifers, extra 7 85(5 8 00 been added, just before leaving the 7 25 7 75 to sell or exchange "a good young Jack Good to choice Common to fair mixing box, bichromate of soda to the 6 25 7 00 that is bred in the purple. Cows, extra . 6 85 7 00 amount of one or two per cent, of the 6 26 6 75 cement. This Is added to make the Money refunded if. hogs are not as Good to choice Common to 4 50 15 . mortar quick setting. The mortar is Immuned, sound and Canners fair represented. 3 O04 25 d placed on the board in a breeders. Middleton. Shelbyville. Bulls balognas 6 85 6 75 mass and then thrust quickly and Extra 6 85 6 90 !. firmly with a twisting motion into Carlton Elkin has some nice Indian Fat bulls 1; 757 25 the cavity. The brace is driven into CALVES: extra 11 50 Orpington Runner ducks and Buff place at the same' time. The process Fair to good 800 11 cockerels for sale. Common and large.. : 0 11 00 is illustrated In Fig. 3. The twisting HOGS : good packers 65 motion aids in forcing the mortar Into nice Duroc boars Mixed packers ..... and butchers 9 00 9 75 FOR SALE:-Fiv- e 9 9 15 the smallest crevices and drives away weight about 140 pounds. Mrs. R. J.' Stags 6 007 75 such parts of the mortar as may have Common to choice heavy fat sows. 6 25 9 00 West, Lancaster, Ky. been squeezed out between the conLight shippers 9 25 5i crete and the gasket. 5 00 9 00 T. P. King has for sale about 60 nice Pigs, (110 lbs and less) A very simple application of the SHEEP: extra 5 75 ' young ewes that are lambing now that Good to choice Metal Top Remover. method is shown In Fig. 4. A more 5 255 65 yon can buy worth Jhe money. Common to fair Impracdifficult application, 3 00 5 OJ a knife and inserted the end of ticable, is one where but isnot LAMDS: extra 0 25 took It desired to W. B. Moss of this city want3 a good Good to choice the blade between the other outside 8 60 9 00 milk cow that is fresh. Cant some of Common to fair 6508 50 tine and the center one. By pressing Clipped lambs our readers furnish him one? 625800 down on the knife handle he secured just the upward pull on the edge of A. T. Traylor wishes it understood Wanted: Reliable white woman to the crown top that is needed to disthat he will not stand either his horse keep house for two. lodge it An ingenious and simple or Jack this season. substitute. Apply to Mrs. Bright Herring. 321 Hill Court. 2t W. A, Parson bought a nice horse GOOSE LAYING SEASON HERE mule of J. H. Thompson for $140. '' Unfounded Rumor. Hurt agre;fcgfclfcre The Store Beautiful ! m I & Concrete-Waterproofin- Anderson !15SI8BPS33Cg3 it tanes a uieiiow soil to grow corn, and you can make the soli mellow before planting time by plowing now. While considerable Is known about the value and use of alfalfa for grazing, much remains to be determined. In pasturing alfalfa it must never be overstocked, as the animals will Injure the crowns and the plants will die. Sorghum seeds ground have been found to be worth about ten per cent, less than corn for milk making purposes. For best results tho alfalfa pasture must be mowed at least three times a year because at certain times it begins new growth from the root. J I J d si Kentucky Bright Spot u Lancaster. & ft RPfeBfeIglSSftgnbBbC&ag;agaa H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. n Sheriff Robinson Loses Fine Horse. Deputy Sheriff Curt A. Robinson lost a fine horse from lockjaw on Tuesday night. Mr. Robinson has been a severe loser in the last fpw years, beginning two years ago with the burning of his stock barn containing several head of I mules and horses, and since that time j has lost several other horses and mules from various causes. March Winds Hard On Poor Editors. Dentist. Paint Lick, i. ; I I d I p one-to-tw- I . cone-shape- Lives of poor editors off ren.ind us, M. K. Benny and . A. Wkeeler honest toil do'nt stand a chance; the Doctors Of Dental Surgery. more we work we leave behind us bigger patches on our pants. On our Office: Storme Bnlldingovei HHrt Andtr- pants once new and glossy, now are son's Fnrultnre Store. Clean Fence Corners. Fence corners full of dead weeds patches of different hue; all because LANCASTER, KENTUCKY make fine hibernating places for all subscribers linger and wont pay us kinds of bugs which will get busy with what is due. So please be up and doing, jour crop in the spring. send in your mite be it e'er so small, else when the winds of March get H5.1ET 11 mime. Record of the Weather. W tell 3TI Lot aed A record of the weather kept care- - through with us, we shall havenopanti pkyUilprlfM. Wrtw fcr w.klr prie Hrt fully in a diary is both useful and In- - at all. uanlincet. terestlng for future reference. H.SABH.&S0NS iJirtTii.f.c ir. To tay Linoleum. DeaIerslsF11rs.gUK.Wcsl When laying linoleum first lay pa There Wat a Reason. "What has the coal dealer taken pers rather thick In the part to be covhis ad for?" ered with the linoleum. You will find "We gave him a little free reading that it is much warmer and at the notice and he is sore." same time saves your linoleum. "I should think he would be pleased?" -- Jli His Change In Belief. "Well, you see, it was this way: "Do you believe that all men ara The article was written to read Our representative called to see Mr. created equal?" "I used to bsfore I . Soandso yesterday, and found his was marked." "And now?" "Now I , yards well stocked with coal. While UUU lUitb A MU UCfilU UJ uiuipai C Willi A Pnv husbands." Detroit Mr. Soandso Is on the job, there Is no I other women's YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm, .. ' Free Press. danger of a fuel famine.' " ( bell AT AUCTION "Nothing wrong about that" 1 will give you prices on "No, but the linotype made 'fuel 50 Choice Farms. j famine' read 'fool famine." " ' See Me or Touch the Live Wire. Why Consider Them? "I think the school teachers In this i W. T. KING. town ought to get more money than Phone 339-they do." Hinoioooooooaoeooooocoaa, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY "What put that kind of an idea in your head?" "Why should we expect the people who are educating our children to , juiiii uuueccuu. work for $70 or $80 a month, when we pay our chauffeurs at least $100 and furnish them with board and lodging besides?" "But what does school teachin' Good Service. Prices Right. ; rUHb and HIDES. amount to, anyhow? Look at most of Phone 354-i WOOL the teachers. They ain't got nothln' jJ9 BA m, but education." LWJl Lancaster, - - Kentucky. ""'"", i FURS V(Fi FQtta UOIUIV Pn. 1 m flnH ftULUUntJei rock-botto- L. if i A. M. BOURNE A. '' Auct dneer. sshks " I. jFS5fefe AWtW T 'J ( ' Early Indiana yellow seed corn for Thp publication of a column from a sale $1.50 per bushel. Jacob White R. newspaper published in 1873, in last F. D. No 2 Paint Lick, Ky. weeks Record, gave rise to a rumor Let Sanders and Ham shear your that cholera was prevalent in LancasBheep and clip your horses, price right. ter. Such a thing is preposterous, and was evidently started by some Hyattsville Ky. Phone 337 G. person who did not observe bred S. C. Rhode very closely what he was reading, and For SALE:-Pur- e Island cockrels $1.00 each. Mrs. J. W. did not take particular pains as to Helm. Penick, Marion Co., Ky. what he was telling. It is pretty safe is the time to buy hogs. Now The to predict that there will never be difference was never bo great between another epidemic of cholera in Lancorn and hogs. Come to Middleton's caster, the observance of the modern rules of sanitation preclude the possale Apr. 3rd Shelbyville, Ky. sibility of such a thing, and the arFob Sale: 1 pair 3 yr. old horse ticle taken from a paper of the long mules, 1 pure bred hampshire boar and ago was simply published as a curiosity. a few gilts. S. H. Aldridg, Hyattsville, Ky. A Tornado. FOR SALE:-S- . C Black Minorcaeggs, $1. for 15. Indian Runner Duck Eggs $L for 13. Mrs. Towles T. Walker, Tel. 347 U. Advisable to Start Upon Small Seals and Run Two Geete With Each Gander Get Early Eggs. afvc I have a good milk cow for sale. Young, fresh, gentle and easy to milk. R. L. Elkin. Mr. J. H. Thompson, Preachersville, row in April. Mr. Jas. B. Leavell of Bryantsville has some good Northern White seed oats for sale at 50cts. a bushels, 500 shocks of fodder with a good straw rick to run to and a pair of family horses, suitable for heart e. Sale of Immuned Duroc Hogs, Apr. 3rd. J. F. Middleton, Shelbyville, Ky. W. P. Kincaid of Stanford, bought a nice horse of Harry Francis for $150 snd one of another party for $100, C. C. Gover bought a cheap pair of horse mules here Monday for $325. Centre Bros the popular traders of the Paint Lick section sold a nice horse mule to W. R. Cook for $125. wants to sell you ten good calves and three choice brood sows that will far- J. W. Hill of McCreary has SSsi 60 bu- shels of yellow seed corn for sale $1.00 per bushel. at One of the best seasons for purchasing geese is during the latter part of the year, for then the birds have a chance to settle down properly before the laying season, which in the case of geese begins at" the end of January. It Is advisable to start upon a small scale and to run two geese to each gander. They should be housed in roomy, dry floored quarters that are well ventilated without being draughty. Use dry straw as litter and renew frequently. When the birds are of the right type the young usually take after them in this respect, but to assure size it is necessary that early eggs be produced, for unless the young are A terrible wind storm, which attained hatched early they have no time to develop before the cold days are encyclonic propotions and which was countered. The WAV tn nrnriiira oat-laccompanied by rain and lightning eggs is to see that the brfds are well swept over Lancaster Friday night, do- fed during the autumn, a time when ing much damage by unrooting barns, much of the natural food picked up blowing down chimneys, putting Is apt to be short of nutriment. telephone, telegragh and electric poles and wires out of commission. The ONE PRACTICE IS WASTEFUL storm seemed to have reached the height of its fury about five oclock By Burning Corn Stalks Farmer Is De- when lightning struck the large brrn of stroylng His Land Much Benefit In Plowing Under.. Carson Goverjabout five miles from Lancaster on the Rush Branch pike. The (By B. B. LARA.) barn caught fire and burned to the It always makes me feel sad to see ground, destroying 17 mules, 9 horses, 4 the rising from the burning jennets, 2 jacks, 4 cows and 2 hogs, be corn smoke stalks In the field, because the sides hay and farming implements. The farmer is burning up hfs land and loss is about $6,000 with no insurance. doesn't know it How can we expect The loss is a heavy one and Mr. Gover to burn up stock which the soil prohas the sympathy of friends in both duces and put nothing back in the way of humus and then hope to keep Lincoln and Garrard Counties. our soil in good condition? Maybe I'm wrong when I say that farmers do Best For Skin Diseases, not know what they.'re doing, for Nearly every skin disease yields doubtless some of them do know that quickly and permanently to Bucklen's It is a bad practice, but burning stalks is easier than discing or cutting them Arnica balve. and nothing is better up and they are a nuisance to plow for burns or bruises. Soothes and under. Some farmers say there is no heals. John Deve. of Gladwin. Mich. benefit in plowing under stalks, but 1 says, after suffering twelve years with cannot figure it out that way because skin ailments and spending $400 in doc- I do not see how wo can go on robtor's bills. Bueklpn's Arnir-- Knlwo bing our soil and keep up the fertility. cured him. It wilf help you. Only 25c It costa very little to keep a sheep Kecommended by R. E. McEoberts & end a flock of 0 sheep la worth n Concrete Work. plaster large areas. A little experience and patience makes the matter easy. A good waterproofing mixture is made as follows: Concentrated lye, d pound; powdered alum, s pound, which should be mixed in one gallon of water at least one hour before using. All of this mixture is used to one sack of cement, and is poured in at the same time as the water used to temper the mortar. one-thirthree-fourth- Needed Only One More. D.-PryThe clock struck the hour, and the or, university chimes pealed forth on the early morning air. (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Rambo had been making a night of it, but was on his way home, with some assistance from Baldwin. Feeling in his pocket for a stray coin, he started up the steps of the Office at Raineys Livery Stable. University building. "What now?" asked Baldwin. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky "I dunno w'at s'loon this Is," he mumbled, "but Its music m'chlne's all rt', an' I need Jes' one more drink !'" Or. Wm. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COMEI COMEI PROGRESS. Who So Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. Come and J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. HENRV DUNCAN. Office Hoars vm to 13. lp.m. to 4. Office oyer Residence Phone 27 Son. j.m money- - Have you a good crop rotation on your farm? Success In farm work depends largely on knowing how. A silo is kept air tight so that the silage will not spoil. Sorghum hay properly cured is a good roughage for horses and cattle. Much garden soil seems to need lime, and probably a complete fertilizer. The best and cheapest way to fight Insects Is by a good, efficient rotation of crops. A well established alfalfa field should graze from fifteen to twenty pigs per acre. time is when tonics to aid digestion are out of sight and out of mind. It is best to build a round silo, because in the square silos the silage spoils easier. Corn fodder that is dry and dusty will be Improved a little by SDrln- gllng in the mangers. If you want to be really up to date. sweep down the ceilings of your sta bles and whitewash them. Sweet sorghums are more palatable and therefore relished better by both horses and cattle than corn stover. Corn-huskin- g Garden oa Tarm Notes Stormes' Drug Store LANCASTER. KY. B. IF. Phone 65. DENTIST. "Walter. Lancaster, Ky CJBEBpCrW ,& WJ&f&S&t i ii j A Certainty. wtmxllHml ii I I 9 r a ait School Cjrr title-- . Sc&oel ' RICHMOND. KY. A Training: for Teachers kadimr to EIctiMnurT. c Bra mtlorltfl, TklH ia &U PnVk ef Kentucky. Pjwei man HITItl "Who taught you to skate?" "Well, last year George taught me The year before it was Charlie, and the year before that I taught myself." As we Journey through Ufa Let uu live by the way; We'll never be younger Than we are today. A Correction. ?. W. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Morrow, Graduate Opticlar nw modtl tcnool. sew Btnl training bniiaia. pnjtlechooI,apffTncntffcrtoiUnr, a wtllfqnlpprd rrmfiavfnm. Donetlo Scio- - "'Terrnbsmttifp. IfnVr 9. Bn4 Term VothwV l8- - Thirt Trrm Juurr rt. rnrthTmi April T. Sumner SclMol tpsas Jus 1C, Cntnlocnc Tret J. O. CBABBE. Pmldrnt. Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. Two boys stood in front of a FedLancaster, Ky eral street store admiring a display of J. F. ROBINSON, guns and hunters' trappings. "Something vrong with that sjgn," observed one, pointing to a card which bore the words: "A bird In every shell." Surgeon. Physician "What's wrong with itf" "Can't yon seet" sniffed the other. LANCASTER, KY. "Why It ouht to read: 'An. oyster in Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. S7ilWl-- " 5gai IK TrA" FURS tMG lsville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS AWE. larkit JL. IWIiTME, IT. iJssicrsuruA?,niuca, nuuL. 87-84- 1 MAWPVVJt 'l W. M. ELLIOTT, and W W1 nn TwMt. .nfl ..u.a--- . prices. We are dealers; established in ISM; arid can do BETTER for you thn agents or commission mer- - 2flkri.U A -- -, i" " --