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PGK.E RELlQIOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD G0VERNMEN1 RJECORD JpiairWaitUBfiiirargJa m Section No. NUMBER 1 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913. Quite a crowd from here will go to With this week the Record rounds out Lexington next Wednesday night to twenty three years of publication in the see this popular actres3. Call the Record office and we will engage your county. seats. The drought created by the enforce A Good Auctioneer. ment of the Webb bill is creating more concern in some quarters than therecent Capt. Am Bourne wishes to announce severe floods. to the public that he will be in town every Saturday afternoon and will sell The new school building is about anything the public wants to put up at completed, all but the floors. It is auction. He is a good auctioneer and surely a thing of beauty and a credit to not only gets the highest dollar, but the community. puts in his services at the right price. Monday night is the regular monthly L. & N. Will Deliver No More Intoxicants meeting night for the city council, In Lancaster. looks like about time the sidewalk question was being agitated. A trli'gram from Judge Walker from Always something for which to be thankful. The damage done in the county by flood and wind was nothing as compared with the tremendous loss of life and property throughout the country. H. F. Hillenmeyer, the Lexington authority says the prospect for fruit was never better. The trees not sufficiently budded to be affected by the freezes and he considers the fruit out of danger. Louisville to Chief of Police Herron nounced the Louisville that an- 52. ft The BENZOL Way. Billy Burke. (j O&teae Disc Janesville and Hoosier arrows DUILLS. HARROWS and When You pay your good lvioney tor a 5 COEN Estridge. Mr. A. B. Estiidge, postmaster, retired merchant, farmer and infuential citizen of Paint Lick died at his home in that city at G:45 o'clock on the evening of March 31st. Mr. Estridge had been in exceedingly poor health for some time, and for a week or more the end had been mementarily expected. Funeral services were held at his late home at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning conducted by Rev. Hughson of Lexington, after which almost the entire populace of the upper end of the county followed his remains to Lancaster, where in accordance with the request of the deceased, the Masonic order of Paint Lick, with the Lancaster lodge of Masons as an escort, performed the last sad ritrs to their departed brother, after which the remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery. Abijah B. Estridge, was born in Clay County, Kentucky, May, 2, 1870, he was the son of Ely and Rebecca Estridge, and in 1890 was united in marriage to Militia McWhorter, to this union there was born eight children, all of whom are living. Besides being survived by his wife and children he leaves to mourn his loss an aged father and mother, one brother Felix Estridge of Berea, Ky and two sisters, Mrs. Vina McWhorter and Mrs. M. K. Ross of Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. Estridge has been a resident of Paint Lick for the past 20 years, having been engaged in the General Merchandise business the entire time, excepting for the past three years, when he retired from active business on account of failing health. As a merchant he was both popular and successful, having started in a small way and by his careful application to business, courtesy and honesty to his patrons, his patronage grew to be one of the largest in the county. During this time he erected the handsome store building which he occupied up until the time of his retirement. For several years he has also been Postmaster at Paint Lick which posi tion he retained until his death. As such he was popular with the Government and the General Public, always polite and accommodating. For the past few years Mr. Estridge has been in failing health from a complication of diseases. About six months ago he sought the advice of is physicians, who infoimed him that he was suffering from a rare and incurable disease, being aware of the gravity of his condition, he requested that, after his death, there be Post Mortem examination held, hoping thereby to enlighten Medical Science on conditions similar to bis, that it might be of bene fit to the living. This is another proof of the noble spirit of this good man. He was a Christian man, having united with the Baptist Church at the early age of 14. He had faith until the end, assuring his family and many friends that all was well and that he was ready to go. As a husband and father he was devoted and indulgent. Always generous and kind with each member of his family. The passing of the father from this home, is sad, but the sweet memories of his love and devotion, will linger with them and be cherished as long as they may live. Mr. Estridge had long been promi nent in the affairs of the county, and his acquintance and popularity was not confined to the Paint Lick locality. He was a member of the local Chapter Royal Arch Masons, owned a farm in the lower end of the county until re cently aud enjoyed the esteem and res pect or the citizens of the entire coun ty, who will mingle their regrets with those of his immediate home at his death. The Editors Friends. & Farming Impieinet Nashville Railroad had issued instruct ions that no more intoxicating liquors be delivered in Lancaster. Fishermen Exercised. Campbell and Superior CORN DRILLS. you should get something that is good and which you can get good results from. Our experienee in the repairing of various machinery places ns in a position to know a piece of Machinery better than the average man. We offer you the benefit of this experience in the selection of a line of Disc Harrows, Corn Plan- ters, and Drills, Cultivators Etc., which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. We Live and Let Live. LADIES Ready-to-We- ar Department is COMPLETE. Local fishermen are considerably worried over the continued high water. Hook and line fishermen are wrought up over the fact that "bass and new lights would bite now if the water was right," while others are bemoaning the fact that "suckers run when the dogCritically 111. wood blooms", and they fear that if As we go to press news has just the water does not "get right" soon, reached here from Crystal City, Texas there will be no gigging. of the critical illpess of Mr. James R. Liverymen Purchase Auto. Henry who moved there a few months ago for the benefit of his health which Messrs Herndon & Walker the liveryhad been failing him for a year or men have purchased of Mr. J. R. more. Mr. John Henry recieved the Haselden his handsome five passenger sad message stating that his death was E. M. F. touring car and have added it only a question of a few hours. to their livery equipment. This will fill a long felt want, as there has long Contractor Painfully Injured. been a demand for an auto that could O. H. Vanhook who has the con- be had at any time and for any purMr. tract for the construction of the frame pose and the gentlemen should do well wnrk at tip npw ipp nlnnf , finrl tha with their purchase. . , ( misfortune to fall from a high scaffold Advertise Your Stock. at the building last week and sustained some very painful injuries. A broken Have you a nice horse or jack? The nose and a badly bruised anatomy in season is now on, next county court day general was the result, but we are glad is "horse show day", and every to say that he is able to be up and good horse and jack in central Kenaround, although he is considerably tucky will be here on exhibition. swathed in bandages. Would it not be well to take time K' by the forelock and have yourhorse advertised a little ahead of time, He'll Eventually Be A "Big Leaguer". or your literature ready foi that day? Richard Burnside Jr., son of Judge The Record is better prepared than R. A. Burnside has signed with the ever to supply your wants along this Middlesboro team of the Appala-hia- n line, and would be glad to do so before league to play during the comingseason, the rush comes. Come in and let us and will leave this week for Middlesboro show you and figure with you. We do to enter the practice camp. "Mole" the work as cheaply and in as sathas long been the idol of the local fans, isfactory manner as it can be done anyand can play almost any position on the where, and guarantee satisfactisn. team. He is surely destined to eventually break in to fast company in Plans For Filter Received. the baseball world. The cityc euncil has received from Prof. E. H. Mark of Bowling Green, State Sanitary Engineer, the plans for the new filter, and Prof. Mark has also signified his willingness to come here at any time to give the benefit of his instructions and advice as to its construction. It is thought that the new structure, by utilizing the recently con structed filter in conjunction with it, can be "built for somewhere in the neighborhood of $500., and the council has this much money at its disposal for the purpose. So we are yet to have a modern filter, and too without the supplementing of the amount of money voted for the improvement of the water plant. We all make mistakes and if the city council can rectify theirs without too much additional cost, we should withold too much blame, give them credit for good intentions and rejoice that all came out favorable in the end. ! DRAG LAND l-2cts ROLLERS. 3 B Adrian Fence at 1912 prices, saves yon from 3 to 4 per rod. HASELDEN BROS. sHH SlanflBnaiHiiaiigi HHHJililIliglljilljag Buggies Harness. You'll Pull No Long Face. over your bargains if you buy a carriage from us. On the contrarv vnur faa iw;m be all smiles as you find that in actual use the carnage is even tetter than you thought. For it will stand any amount of service on account of its honest materials and skilled construction. Let us show vnn. AND I Killing In Garrard County Last Sunday. Eason The Garments offered are of the very latest stales and are exquisitively beautiful. They exemplify the very last word in stylish apparel and conform stritctly to fashions latest decree. Robert Barker Kills Near Hebron John Church-Robert W. J. BOMANS. New Tailored Suits, Dresses and Costumes. direct from the largest manufacturers of New York City A look will convince you that our prices and styles are right. All Wool Suits, $10.00 to $25.00. All Wool Dresses $5.00 to $20.00. Attractive footwear to complete the Easter Costume. In our Mens Department we are showing the very newest things in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods We cordially invite you to call and inspect our lines. H. T. -.- - Lo&an - Barker shot and killed John Eason at Locust Grove school on Hebron Ridge last Sunday afternoon. The men were brothers in law, Eason having married Barkers sister. The testimony at the examining trial was somewhat conflicting, but it seems that Barker called Eason aside telling him he wished to have a peacable conversation with him, after some words a scuffle ensued, and Eason is said to have drawn his weapon and fired at Barker, when the latter drew his weapon, a 38 calibre improved Smith & Wesson, and fired either four or five shots into Eason's body, killing him almost instantly. The trouble seems to have originated over a daughter of Barker's who is attending school in Richmond, who was receiving attentions from a young man in the Hebron neighborhood, to which Barker objacted, and accused Eason and his wife. Barker's sister of aiding and abetting, and wnen Barkerremonstrat-e- d with them for their conduct, he claims that Eason threatened his life. Barker went to Bryantsville and purchased a pistol, and the meeting at Locust Grove was their first meeting since the alleged threats, and had the above deplorable results. Barker had his examining trial before county Judge Ford Wednesday and was acquitted. Eason the dead man was about thirty years of age and leaves a wife and two children; Barker is a widower and has four children, one of them an infant in arms, which was being raised by his sister, the wife of the dead man. Barker is about forty years of age. Both men were good citizens of their community, bore good, reputations and have never been in trouble before. The affair is a very regrettable one. spring I ' IS fll . . Tims. . I Gardening i i Hi : j We have ALL KINDS of t The editor often ha3 occasion to inquire the meaning of or how to spell some word which is not to be found in the dictionary, upon such occasions he invariably turns to Judge M. D. Hugh' es, and the information is usually forth coming. In many instances he is at a loss to secure some family connection which is necessary to the completion of some article, or else he is uncertain or uninformed sa to some bit of county history, in such cases he turns to Cirj cuit Clerk William B. Mason, who is an infallible authority upon the family history of every family in the county and has at his tongues end, including dates, every evenfof any note which has Both of since the Civil war. these men are clever and accommoda tion gentlemen ancTnever too busy to relieve the distress of a poor uninform ed editor. ed Harden and Flower SEED5. Also SEED POTATOES of all kinds. I!. ianuauu rifHTflonn & Tifir w iuij. u ? we think that no person should be al- stant as if to show the feebleness fof Consternation Created Among Local lowed to vote in the primary and under- the works of man when compared with Colored People By The Ohio Flood. take to bring about the nomination of the strength of his Maker. incorporated. The high water and reported loss of $1.00 a year. candidates of that party unless he be a Issued Weekly. known member of such party and has J. Pierpont Morgan Dies In Hotel In Rome, life in Dayton, Hamilton and Lockland had such open affiliation with such par O. has caused considerable uneasiness J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Italy. ty as makes him a member of it. among local colored people, as all of the R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. J. Pierpont Morgan, one of the race who have "crossed the river" (not The automobile has developed with greatest, if not the greatest financier the Styx) within the past few years , Entered at the Post Office iu Lancaster, amazing swiftness. Even the manu- in the world, died in Rome Italy at have found homes in these places, and Second-Clas- s as Mull Matter. facturers thought at first that they noon Monday, of an illness of months the inability to hear anything from Member Kentucky Press Association could only sell to the rich, but now duration, but which has grown more them has been disturbing their relatives there are close to a million automo aggravated within the last few weeks. here to a great extent. George Mcand biles in this country. That means that However, his exact condition has been Donald has a daughter there, but his Eighth District Publishers League. one in every one hundred men, women kept a secret for fear of the effect it mind was relieved Monday by a telegram and children own a car, and there are would have on the stock market. Mr. announcing that she was safe, but Lancaster, Ky., April 4, 1913. being made a quarter of a million auto- Morgan was born in 1833 in Hartford there are dozens of others who have mobiles or one to every six children Conn., and his remains will be brought heard nothing and are still uncertain as to the security of their relatives. born in the world. This is not taking to that place for burial. Rates For Political Announcements the commercial car, Rough Road For Those Who Carry Too into consideration For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 twice as many of these vehicles were Big Damage Suit Against Louisville and or County Offices 10.00 sold in 1912 as against 1911. Already Much Boose Into Lancaster. Nashville Railway Co. May Result For State and District Offices 15.00 the light delivery car which throngs On last Monday Matt Pigg who lives For Calls, per line 10 the city streets are being used by the From Last Weeks Disaster At in the Cartersville section and C. H For Cards, per line 10 town merchants, for he knows it is Paint Lick. For all publications in the intercheaper in the long run than keeping a load who claims his residence is near est of individuals or expresby horses Dripping Springs, drove into Lancaster The merchants and citizens of Paint horse. The food consumed Irom Nicholasvllle in a buggy and stop Lick Ky., who sion of individual views, per in this country is a matter that will rewere damaged so severe were ly by ped on the public square. Both line 10 ceive considerable attention during the the waters of Paint Lick creek Obituaries, per line 05 next few years. It takes three acres very drunk and were indulging in pro- overflowing the village on last Thurs fane language and boisterous conduct of land to raise sufficient produce to day morning, have been in consultation when Chief Herron spied them, he in We are authorized to announce the feed one horse and it is an economic quired where they had been and they with attorneys, and it is rumored that following candidates for Democratic waste to feed this large quanity of answered to Nicholasville, and the suits may be filed against the Louisville food to an animal .that can not work as & Nashville railroad company for an Nominations. Chief at once became suspicious. He cheaply as a mechanical device The amount which it is said will exceed in the how much liquor they had and asked time will come when produce that can For State Senator. they said they did not know, but he in- aggregate over $30,000. It is alleged jjfN.r"l'JWsjs7 j X pJL.ya asi jifl xrxjfsi "?. not be made available for food convet bridge just east of i tff& sfr .ttl fr MBLuHr formed them that he must know and that the railroad CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. sumption will be fed to cattle, which the village was responsible for the dis proceeded to find out; he discovered 25 Of Boyle County. will give us our supply of milk and quarts and several smaller bottles. He aster and the resultihg damage, haulbeef cheaper than it is today and For Representative. arrested the pair and landed them in that the construction of the bridge ing and farm work will be accomjail to enable them to sober up for was such that it diverted the waters JOHN M. FARRA. plished by means of motor trucks. awhile, after which they were taken from the original channel in such a All cf this means we have made the J. R. MOUNT. manner as to cause them to take a new befoie Judge Harris, who fined them automobile a factor in our daily accourse through the village and inundate ana 4U days in jail upon a For County Judge. tivity, it has not only usurped our $iuu. each dwellings, storehouses and whatever charge of bringing more than one gal crowded streets but our country lanes was in their path. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. I Ion of liquor into dry territory. and highways. Scarcely a firm in Paint Lick which JAMES A. BEAZLEY. What would be more delightful as a was not more or less damaged, the enThe Truant Law. means of locomotion than an autotire stock of Fish and Hammack being For Sheriff. Because of the difficulties under which damaged to the extent of probably mobile; no smoky cars, no train smoke and dirt, no car sickness, no time the local school has been operated dur $3,000, this being probably the heaviest C. A. ROBINSON. tables, just go and come when you ing the construction of the new build- individual loss. ASHBY ARNOLD. please. You can stop and look at ing, and the congested condition of the W. L. LAWSON. The Record does not attempt to pass beautiful scenery and get acquainted various class rooms, there has not been upon the merits of the rumored litigaW. S. CARRIER. the diligence exercised in the enforce- tion, but if the promised suit is brought, with your own county and state. In making up the balance sheet of ment of the truant law that would have some very intricate legal points will no For County Attorney. your cars cost, dont forget there is a prevailed under more favorable circum doubt be brought out and the issue will G. B. SWINEBROAD. credit item that far any stances, and this fact has led some peo- be a long and hard fought one. GREEN CLAY WALKER. expenditure you have made; the car ple to the belief that it could be violain ted with impunity, and there has been Contract For Addition To Christian Church has taken you into Gods For Jailer. has made you forget care and trouble some flagrant violations. One case in Awarded The Danville Construction and has filled your lungs with pure air particular has been brought to our at' JACK ADAMS. and your veins with richer blood and tention. When this law is so openly DAVE ROSS. Company. added ten years to your life. set at naught as to bring a particular Bids were received and the contract case to the attention of the public, it is For Assessor. time that a halt was called, and the awarded for the construction of the adMrs. Anna Trout Roberts, widow of dition to the Christian church in LanDAVE C. SANDERS. the late lamented Samuel Judson Rob. malefactor made to suffer for their E. B. RAY. shortcomings. The sending of a child caster Monday night. There were three erts, editor of the Lexington Leader, bids offered for the work in its entirety J. B. COLLIER. , and to whom he willed all his property, to school is a moral duty, and when and between thirty and forty W. L. HUFFMAN. has announced that the policy of the this moral duty is neglected by those for portions of the work. Mr. E. Leader will be the same as during the whose duty it is to observe, it is the S. Weber of the firm of Weber Bros. For School Superintendant. lifetime of her husband, and outlines duty of the authorities to step in and take a hand. We want to say that if Architects of Cincinnati, who drew the that policy as follows:- MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. plans for "The Leader will go on as Mr. Rob- the county superintendent's attention present the proposed addition, was and rendered very material and is called to some flagrat violation, and erts planned. There will be no change For Magistrate. valuable assistance in the letting of the in its policy. It will stand for the same she is compelled to act, the strong arm 1st District. principles and advocate them in its col of the law will fall in no gentle manner contract, which was awarded the Danville Construction Co. of Danville Ky., These Suits are guaranteed ALL WOOL and the tailoring is the JOHN N. WHITE. umns. I know fully what his ideas were upon the shoulders of the malefactor. WALTON E. MOSS. Better send the kiddies to school, their bid being ?4G4G. for the entire on all matters concerning the paper. very best to be had. All the new models including the popular Norfolk SHIPTONH. ESTES. He often talked them over with me. which is your dutv, and where they be- work, exclusive of the heating and styles. Let me have your support and I will prove my statement. seating. The successful bidders were DAVIS SUTTON. and they will be carried outj'ustas they long, and thereby fulfill your moral obligation as well as avoid a conflict with represented by Mr. Jesse H. Walden, 2nd District. would be carried out were he here. who was born and reared in Garrard "There will be no changes, at pres- the school authorities. CHARLES C. BECKER. county, and who is a son of the late ent, in the staffs personnel. The same TAYLOR T. BURDETT. Eld. Jesse Walden, one time pastor of Burton. will remain in my employ, and people LOGAN ISON. the church, and the congregation and all have each pledged entire loyalty to Mrs. Mary Burton died at her home the people of the community feel almost the paper and to my interests. near Buckeye at 3 o'clock Monday if the contract to "It will be my endeavor to show the morning and after funeral services at ashome man, and had been awarded Mr. Hints On The Priinary Law. a feel sure that same consideration to the public through the grave by Rev Pollitt assisted by AMV- Walden, because of the fond associaDC 3E in County politics will probably be in the Leader's columns that Mr. Roberts Rev. Tinder, her remains were interred tion existing in his mind in regard to teresting after May 5th. At this time showed during his lifetime. in the family burying ground near the the church, will take candidates are permitted to circulate "I cannot express in words my deep home place at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday al interest in seeing an active person- Hiss Billie Burke In "The 'Mind The that the very best for the signature of the voters the appreciation of the many written and afternoon. Mrs. Burton has been in possible job is made of the work under NoSicc! nominating petitions. Only legal vot- spoken tributes to my dead husband, ill A&cLJtJ Paint' Girl." At Lexington. health for some time, suffering from his supervision. ers, who are members of the same par but my heart is very warm toward all a complication of Work is to commence on the improveMiss Billie Burke has made a tremend ty as the candidate seeking the nomi- who remembered me in my sorrow." of her age has diseases, and because 4-1- 1 it been known for some ments at once and when completed will ous hit in "The 'Mind the Paint Girl," nation can legally sign the petition and Mrs. Roberts in her undertaking will time that she could not recover, in fact be one of the handsomest churches in the comedy she will present at the he must give the precinct, his party have the hearty of every for some weeks her death has been central Kentucky. The building com- Lexington Opera House Wednesday CURES affiliation and date of signing the peti- newspaper man in the state of Kentucalmost hourly expected, but with a mittee who awarded the contract and April 9th. The newspapers are full of tion. If any voter signs more than one ky, not only because of the love they Cholera, Gapes, iimberneck, Roup, Canker, strong constitution and an indomitable will have active charge of the work is her praises and the public is flocking to petition of contending candidates for bore her late husband, but adfor the Diarrhoea and ali Diseases of Poultry sceu.0op7t spirit, flame of life has lasted much composed of Messrs L. G. Davidson, see her. the same office, such voter's name will miration which her pluck in shoulder- longer the for yean and tiinkit tie best than was expected. During the Robert Embry, R. E. McRoberts and Mils Katie Bryant. Bar&town. Ky.. says: "I nave used Rrcrpe 1 The play Is by Sir Arthur Pinero, on the petition, not be counted poultry remedy EacJe. Ilcores garxs and Iiraberneck without fad. it is ing his burdens will excite in them, and last two months a nurse has been in J. A. Beazley. dropped down the ciHol a gaping one of the greatest dramatists of the WiUCoomes.Barc!stown. Ky..uys: "One drop cf Recipe required that not less than three nor not one but will gladly assist chicken kills the worm and reuees the chick instantly. Its the best pretentnre I have ever used." her in any constant attendence, and all that loving The addition to be built to the church day, and it tells an extremely interestmore than ten per cent of the voters of and every possible way. Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. RoM. Crnme, Bardstown, Ky. Price SOc at all Druggists. hands could do was done to make her has been explained in detail in a previ ing story of the private life of a young the party sign each of these nominatSOLO OY last days as comfortable as possible. ous issue of the Record, and will con- actress in London. The girl Lily ll ing petitions, to be estimated upon the C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mrs. Burton was the widow of the sist in the erection of thirteen class has forced her way from the In the first reports of a great disasnumber of votes of the political party cast for the presidential elector receiv ter like the recent one in Ohio, Indiana late William A. Burton, who has not rooms, tie installation of a modern humblest origin to a foremost place on as was not the case in the deep sea For Flood Sufferers. ing the most votes at the last Novem- and other places throughout the coun- long since preceded her to the other heating plant and other improvements. the stage When the play begins she tragedy. It is almost certain epidemics is the principal girl at the Pandora ber election. Each Democratic candi- try, the press reports are usually great- shore, and before her marriage was A union service was held at the will follow, even at its best our Miss Mary Reynolds; she was born in Webb Bill Being Enforced In Lancaster Theatre, a playhouse devoted to musi ly exaggerated. And this exaggeradate for nomination must have upon his Christian Church Sunday evening and Madison county Ky. and had she Wed must turn to the rebuilding cal comedy, she is pretty, generous, talks were made by F. M. Tinder and inpetition for nomination before he can tion is pardonable because Warrants Taken For L & N For It's mercenary, quick tempered, forgiving, S. H. Pollitt in regard to the Ohio val- of shattered homes, many of them printed upon the primary stances the sources of information are until the 23d day of next June would have his name a girl, like thous- ley flood and the needs of the stricken. Ciushed by the loss of their loved ones Violation. names unreliable, the news trickles out from have been 77 years of age. ballot not less than thirty-seve- n She is survived by three daughters, ands of others. In the play she is A contribution was taken up for the and fortunes. These are our own peolegal voters, who voted the Demo-crati- the very scene of the catastrophe and of Chief of Police Herron swore to a ticket at the last November elec is sent by persons who are laboring Mrs. B. Ray, Mrs. Forest Stapp and warrant against the L N R. R. Co. forced to choose between two men one sufTerers and sympathetic Lancastrians ple separated from us by but a M. Kurtz, and three sons, of travel. The visitation i3 giof them a lord. Of course, this being tion and cannot have more than hun under the excitement of the moment, Mrs. H. Messrs Robert L. Richard I. and William charging it with a violation of the a pleasant play, she gets the man she were quick to cooperate, holding it a gantic, and so is their need. Humanity dred and twenty four. This nomina and the disaster appears much greater privilege to get their names on the honWebb law, in that it delivered a barrel tion petition must be filed with the to them than it actually is.. The first B. Burton, all residing in Garrard if beer to a certain party in Lancas-e- r, really loves and everybody is satisfied or rolls of rescue. " Committees were of man for man should be manifested except the other fellow and, as Lily's appointed from the different churches by every man and woman in our town. County Clerk not later than July 5th reports from Dayton O. gave the num- county. and the trial is set for tomorrow, old mother sagely remarks, to solicit funds, food and clothing. In addition to the nominating petition ber lost in that stricken city as being The death of Mrs. Burton marks the Saturday. We are informed that Another Handsome School Building. each candidate before the primary must between 2000 and 5000, while figures passing of as well loved and popular warrants will be issued for the R. R. "E'll get 'is reward' ereafter." As a result of their efforts something old couple as ever dwelt in the county. County Superintendent Jennie Higgins Most people are interested in that like $250. in clothing, food and money file a petition with the County Clerk given in the Sunday papers, figures for every package in their possession, stating the age, residence, party affilia given out bv government officials in For more than a half century these as possession for the purpose of de- mysterious region known as "behind was readily raised and sent Wednesday has in her office plans and specifications tion, together with the fact that such charge of the relief work at that place, good old people have livednear Buckeye, livery in dry territory is equivalent to the scenes," and in this play Pinero by express to Maysville, Ky. to the for the new consolidated school buildhas given a very good idea of it. There sufferers and destitute in that city. A ing to be erected in the Bryantsville candidate voted for the party and its places the death toll at not more than where they have reared a family, actual delivery and carries the same nominees at the last election and that 500, and it mav fall as low as 150, de- accumulated a goodly store of this penalty, which is from $50. to $100. is one scene a supper party at the box of food and clothing was also sent district, and is ready to receive sealed t bids which will be opened on April 29th. theatre after the performance in which he is a member now of that party, the finite figures will not be available for worlds goods, and above all, won and love of the entire com- fine. The Webb law divests a ship are assembled a number of actresses to Paint Lick to be distributed among This makes the second handsome office that he desires to be nominated several days, or until the cleaning away three families left destitute by the ment of its interstate rights and it beconsolidated school building to be erectand chorus girls with the "johnnies" high waters there last week. for and that he is legally qualified to of the debris is completed. However, munity. Their loss will be almost comes an intra-stat- e shipment, in other irreparable in that locality where there ed out in the county, and speaks well who dance attendance on them. In hold the office, and if nominated in the while the loss of human life was unState and federal governments and words, a shipment from Cincinnati,, for the cause of education in Garrard. this group the playwright has present primary he will not withdraw and will wittingly exaggerated, such was not is scarcely anyone who does not re- - immeditaely upon crossing the river ed a large variety of types and each is the Red Cross are bending their collect iiiemuer wiui grauiuae at one time or qualify if elected in the final election. the case with the monetary loss, which ive energies to lighten the situation, another a kindly deed at their hands, into Kentucky under the Webb law drawn in a masterly style. The Democratic party. Republican par- is being variously estimated at from and we are glad to lend th-- j helping because a shipment from one Kentucky Miss Burke fcerse'.f in the role of hand. When our fellow countryman ty and Bull Moose party must nominate $10,000,000 to $20,000,000. in Dayton Mrs. Burton was a devout member of point to another and therefore amen the Methodist church, and practised Lily has won a big personal triumph. candidates in the primary on Saturday, alone. her religion in the every day walks of able to the laws of the state, which The part calls for some real emotional call from the extremity of disaster August 2, 1913, or no candidates will by ber exhibition;of a true christian provides the above mentioned penalty. acting and Miss Burke fulfills all ex- Lancaster is always ready to answer represent such party who fails in the The recent disaster from wind and life spirit, sympathy for those in affliction The strict enforcement of this law, to- pectations. Others in the cast are with open purse strings and every other November election. All other political flood serves to show the insignificance Not and distress, charity to those who gether with the severe restrictions Shelley Hull, H. E. Herbert, Morton material evidence of sympathy. organizations in the State may make of the works of man when touched by in years have death and disaster cut so placed upon the amount of liquor needed it, and kindliness for all. Selten, Lydia Rachel, Kathenng Mannominations by petition as heretofore, the hand of the Almighty. Man con A large crowd followed the remains brought in upon the parson, and also ning, Ethel Intropidi, Edith Campbell, wide a swath through this country as and are not entitled to selectcandidates structs mighty works of architecture, during the past week in the middle west. to their last resting place and many the fact that it is illegal to bring liquor Mabel Frenyear and Hazel Leslie. in the August primary. Some conten- massiva dams to confine within reser Cycione and tornado have alternated handsome floral offerings were mute in for hire, is well calculated to proX tion is being raised as to who may vote voirs untold thousands of gallons of witnesses of with flood and freshet and fire in wiping Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 the esteem in .which this mote a very healthy state of sobriety Notice. in the primary. Each of the political water, when his work is complete, he good woman was out human lives and vast amounts of in this immediate locality. held. Many Two pens with 1st and parties has a separate ballot. No per- points with pride to his efforts and of the family drove down from friends There is a diversity of opinion as to All persons knowing themselves in property. Lancasson can be a candidate for nomination avers that his handicraft will with- ter to attend the funeral Less spectacular thaVi the San Fran- 2nd prize the constitutionality of this measure, debted to the estate of C. hl. Jenkins services, and birds at head and get his name upon the ballot of his stand the force of elements, when lo, everyone, both in town and county join as it was passed over Pres't Taf t's will please pay the undersigned ad- cisco earth quake or the Titanic disasunless he voted that party ticket at the very touch of His hand, the the Record in deepest party Gome and see claims ter, still more victims have been claim- for sympathy with veto, but until the question is passed ministrator. Those holding last November. The law requires the work of man upon which he looked the bereaved family. upon by the supreme court, it will have against the estate, will please verify ed, and the ravages are more wide voter to DECLARE at the time he asks with such pride, crumples into dust, the same effect whether constitutional and prove same and leave them with spread than that which accompanied real Barred Rocks far a ballot that he affiliates with the the work which occasioned man many You.want to put that walk in out of or not, and it is more than probable Wm. Herndon, my attorney at Lancas- the sinking of the ocean leviathan, and LOUIE TINDER, party he seeks to vote with in the pri- months of labor and the expenditure of the best materialdont you? Then buy that in the long run, the measure will ter. there are thousands of people living who D. V. Jenkins Administrator. Garrard Milling Co. mary. Construing the law altogether large sums, is swept away in an in- - from the be upheld by the courts. are homeless, without food or clothing Lancaster, Ky The Central Record ICj-.- out-weig- a liNUUNygP bANDlUAiEi i PURE woo: iUITl i I am a candidate for your Spring Clothing business with the best line of for Men, ever brought to Lancaster, at $10.00 15.00 and $20.00 i L JAS House SMIT W. Of Quality. 3IE urG J 9 Poultry Raisers H. 44 4-4-- 1 Par-rade- fellow-America- few-hou- rs ss Ringlets Barred Rocks $2.00. v 4 T4 son No: z TWENTY THIRD YEAR. THE GENTRA1L RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Section No: 2 NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913. ooo0oooooooooooooooo 52. mftfitve mm& al &$s Cow-ho- na'm mm GOD'S MEDICINES y Herbalist, for the treatment The of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. S AB, the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. 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So with all other I parts of Columbus Wagons, Box, Box Bottom s, Centerboard, Boxbindcr, Wear Irons, Grain Cleate, Double-treeor Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue Grass Farmers, as well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illustrated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this Splendid Farm Wagon. Becker, Ballard & 63. BRYANTS VILLE, KENTUCKY. 0 THE Benzol WAY. Now is the time for your Spring cleaning We make OLD CLOTHES look like NEW. The Danville Steam Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. L. C. Gulley, Agt Lancaster, Ky :JlmMT.tllJlrTBJMirH "SJUgilrSMiMiJrlilJc'l 'H ANNOUNCEMENT I NEW TRAIN. Danville o Louisville via Southern Railway Premier Carrier To The South. Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was established between Danville and Louisville which will afford patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg additional convenient train service to Louisville and return. IBS SCHEDULE. Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv GOING. RETURNING. DanVille 7:30 a. m. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m " (4th ave cros'ng) 4:25 p.m Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Lv Talmage 8:08 a. m. Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m Vanarsdale 8:13 a m 6:48 p. m Ar McBrayer 6:56 p. m Sal visa 8:16 a. m. Ar Salvisa p. m McBrayer 8:24 a m. Ar Vanarsdale Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. 7:08 p. m Ar Talmage Louisville 10:45 a. m. Ar Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m 2 7.-0- Ar (4th Ave Crossing) Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville 7:45 p. m This Train Makes all Local Stops. B. H. T.ODD, Dist. Pass. Agt 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. ifrUITrgJil JlrJafJFiTtiJlTaJlTrwrJWiJlTJW M Spring! Sow Seeks Safety From Flood. The sun During the recent flood in Paint Lick o'clock, 1 out to an old sow was washed down stream and like a drowning man clutching at (Edited By The Womann Club) straws seized upon the first solid wgvMPiww muuiagaor In the famous Mercer county Dog suosiance wnicn came witnin ner reacn, a K 7 352 ES& Case Judge John W . Hushes yesterday which hannpneil to ho a barn rnnf and decided that a dog upon which taxes there she stayed until the turbulent Dr. J. S. Locke State sanitary in- are not paid is not property. A dog waters receded and left her high and spector, lectured at the Court House was killed by an automobile at Burgin dry, if a little elevated. Prof. Water- Friday evening. Every sentence was and the owner of the canine sought bury, atmng a number of other viws right to the point, it teemed with ut- damages for the value of his pet. taken of the scene of the flood, took a terances which cannot fail to be help- Investigation proved that he had not snap shot of the sow on Uif barn roof, ful to anvone who heard it. It was the paid taxes on it and His Honor then which is proof positive of the occurrence. talk of a man insnired bv noble im decided that the dog could not be con- We are usually a little skeptical of such pulses, one who feels deep concern in sidered property. occurrences, but in this instance the his fellowman. and who will leave proof is so positive we cannot doubt it. No, gentle reader, wehave no cholera nothing undone or unsaid to better the condition of the great masses of igno- in Lancaster and we think we know Many Lodge Members. rant and careless people. Dr. Locke enough about sanitation and cleanliness usually keeps to never have it again. said of the fly; "Pride We will venture the assei tion that the front vard clean, common sense Realizing what the Womans Club has there is as many members of secret should keep the back yard so. In and does accomplish we are going to organizations in Lancaster a3 in any many of the towns I visit the chief rea- suggest that we turn from the town of its size in the country. At son for complaint from a sanitary observation of evils in our town and least seventy fiye per cent of the men I standpoint in the residence districts county and investigate the status of you meet are members of some secret between the back door and the uur own iiumes lu see wnat lies wiuiin organization, many of them more than alley fence. Uncovered garbage re- and at our back doors. Cleanliness like one. The various Masonic bodies, the ceptacles, or garbage dumped on the charity should begin at home. Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Macground to be scattered by stray dogs, cabees, Woodmen, all come in for their We apologize for all mistakes made quota. This speaks well for a com afForded banquets for myriads of flies hrnH in nilns nf stnh! refuse heaned in in former issues and say they were munity, for if they will live up to the I alleys and at the rear of livery stables. inexcusable, as all an editor has to do tenets and teachings of their various Open closets and others infrequently is to hunt news and clean the rollers orders, they will surely make good cleaned, I found to be so common that and set type, sweep the floor and pen citizens and will exercise charity, kindand ness and brotherly love toward their I feel I will be neglecting a grave duty short items, arid fold papers, if I do not devote time to call attention write wrappers, and make the paste, fellowman. If might be a hard matter to the dancers they present, iheir and mail the papers, and talk to vis- - to convince your wife of the fact, as ' existence is obnoxious enough to any itors, and distribute type, and carry most of the ladies consider "the lodge" emanat- - ' water, and read the proofs and dun de- - as but an excuse to get away from neighborhood, but the stench ing from them is the least of their nnquents, and take cussings from the home of a night, but seciet organizaevils. Recent discoveries in science whole force, and tell our subscribers tions have a tendency to promote the which all newspaper readers are fami- that we must have money we say moral uplift of the community, and if liar with show them to be the source that we've no business to make mis you are sure hubby goes to the lodge of diseases that take enormous tolls in takes while attending to those little when he leaves home at night ostenlives each vear. The manure pile be- matters. sibly for that purpose, you may rest a hind our barn and the livery stable in . Lsi r " assured that he is neither in bad commSL i IJi?fcft Ja Mft 711 the next block have been proven be- Honor Roll Of Lancaster Graded School pany or commiting anything for which yond the possibility of a doubt to be he need be ashamed. For March. the chief breeding place of flies. It takes a week from the time the eggs -. av First Grade Rpssip Waro r -i: ' Cassa Telephone Companies Must Connect Ex.. i. .i are deposited ior me ny 10 mature aim j May Burnett, Maud Davis, changes. set forth on its mission of dispensing Second Grade Susan Middleton, disease and death in its wake. We Ruth Austin( Sarah B,and( EuKenia At a hearing before the State Railcan forestall its dread visits by the j DunIap Elizabeth Hagan, Paul HEN you buy your engine, get it big process of thoroughly removing row Margerie Montgomery, Anna Lee road Commission at the Seelbach Hotel enough to do more than your present in Louisville, Ky.. last Wednesday, in tne piles every iour or live uays. i am Poff j0hn William Tinder. Ardella work. If it'san I H C engine it will considering the complaint of the elad to sav that many of the towns i Turner, Julia May Walker. 'aOh last a long time. Your farm work is Telephone Company against visited have adopted this method. JJCJ0- - bound to increase in volume. Verv Third Grade Johnnetta Farra. ElizaThe Cumberland Telephone and Telelikely you can save yourself the price of another Every town should see that this is beth Terrill, Rebecca Siler, Fay King. graph Company, the commission speakFourth Grade Evalin Daniels, Elisha done at the dairies that furnish its engine later, by getting an engine a size larger ing through its chairman, the Hon. Carrier, Eugenia Moss. than you need now. When you buy an engine milk supply. Lawrence Finn, held that telephone Fifth Grade Mary Brown, Lillian , powerful enough to handle your work easily companies having an exchange in differThe ny as a typhoid breeder is SO :n .r n Avhile running at the correct speed you add rar- iaica, iiuucicraiiicigjil, ent towns or places must make physifamiliar to scientists that they have TTlpr. Stplljl TTpnrV V.ar Jonninrra years to its life. Get your engine big enough renamed the common house fly the Mftche Vivian Prather AlIen cal connection of their exchanges and and buy an "typhoid fly." Exhaustive studies of LewiSf Sue R R transmit each others messages without ass. delay. Under this ruling the Hubble its habits, propagation and career have sixth Qrade-Marg- aret Cook, Bernice Telephone Company can compel a conbeen made. The German government, chamP( Kate Barneg Dickerson( M . ,, nection with both the Bastin Telephone r. recognizing the danger attending its . Rnw f PIot You can use it to run any farm machine of Lancaster and the Cumberland Teleunhampered course, has provided penal- - j R R om' pump, saw, feed grinder, cream separator, in Stanford, if these phone Cempany ties so severe as 10 seem narsii ior, Seventh Grade Florence a .... grindstone and on up to a husker and shredder anyone neglecting to remove all sources Merlyn Walker, James Siler, A.luii parties are unable to agree UDon terms Anne or thresher depending on the size of the enbreeding places. Reid, Mary Lee Lear, Wilma have been that may be used as fly gine you buy. The power is so economical, so Henry, of connection. Negotiations Ninety per cent of the typhoid flies are Val Cook, Walter Cox, Ruth Carrier, pending between the parties to connect steady and dependable that I H C engines are is criminal Mildred Beazley. exchanges by contract, but up to their bred in horse manure It in daily use in printing offices, laundries, bakerfor us to longer neglect our manure Eighth Grade Georgia Moss, Anna this time the Companies have been ies, machine shops, mills and factories. to agree upon terms. Unless there piles. The stable fly, familiar to all of Powell, Mary Woods, Sallie Cox, NelAn I H C oil and gas engine will deliver 10 agreements are soon reached between us as the nuisance that bites when the lie Cox. to 30 per cent above its rated horse power. air is superheated with moisture, acAll parts are carefully, accurately ground and Ninth Grade Emmett Broaddus, the Telephone Companies application cording to the United States Public Earl Broaddus, Artie Mahan, Merietta will be made to the Railroad Commisperfectly balanced. Combustion is perfect Health Service reports, is a common King, Nannie Bratton, Ella May Rigs-p- sion to force a connection. and the maximum power is secured. IS carrier and prolific source of infantile 1 to Sizes Ella May Hagan, Homer Bland, power. Styles staparalysis. This fact alone should John Holtzclaw. tionary, portable, skidded, vertical, horizontal, tank-cooleawaken us to the importance of conhopper-coole- d, Tenth Grade May Powell, Janie Fuels Cause for Alarm trolling wagon yards, livery stables and Terrill. gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate our own barnyards, and privy vaults." Lot of or distress after or alcohol. Oil tractors, 12 to power, Eleventh Grade Elizabeth Collier, eating a appetite symptom that should for plowing, threshing, etc. Our nearest office He spoke at length of the unscreened Marie Ballard, Mary Holtzclaw. not be disregarded. will gladly send catalogues and any informafeet Twelth Grade Frank Tinder, Magkitchen that was not twenty-fiv- e It is not what you eat but whit you tion desired. from the open vault, and the flies flit- gie Brown, Katie Holtzclaw, digest and assimilate that dues you Lilla 0iSces at Cisciuuti. 0.: EraasTifle, Ind.; KaoxTiIIe. Teoa.; Memphis. Teas.: good. Some of the strongest, healthting back and forth from one to the Mae Sutton. New Albur. hi.: PukenWr. W. Vi. iest persons are moderate eaters. other. He did not blame the flies. In Nothing n ill cause mora trouble than Before the next honor roll we hope International Harvester Company of America a disordered stomach, and many spreading of tuberculosis he said in to be in our new building. Commencepeople contract serious maladies (Incorporated part; ment exercises will be Friday, June through disregard or abuse of the Chicago stomach. 'The tuberculosis campaign waged by 13th. We insist on faithful work unto We urge all who suffer from indidoctors, by newspapers and civic or- the end, without which there will be gestion, or dyspepsia, to try Rezall will be no promotions. We will probDyspepsia Tablets,,vrith the underganizations, have awakened people to standing that we will refund the the necessity and importance of fresh ably finish the year with the money paid us without question or schedule. Teachers will do the same formality, if after use you are not air in homes and schools, but from the perfectly satisfied with results. work asat present Frank Tinder number of shades drawn down for days We recommend Rezall Dyspepsia was, unanimously, elected president of and weeks at a stretch I am inclined to Tablets to customers every day, and the graduating class. Julia May Walhave yet to hear of one who has not believe that people are not aware of been benefited. We belies e them to the beneficent influence of sunlight in ker's name should have appeared in be without equal. They give prompt the honor rolls of January and FebruL. B. Shouse, Pres. Will Beasley, Mgr. relief, aiding to neutralize acidity, the home. It is as important to give stimulate flow of gastric juice, J. L. Riley. your home a as it is to give ary. strengthen the digestive organs, and MAIN STREET. your body a bath. Sun, air and water thus promote perfect nutrition and Baseball players are warming up, correct unhealthy symptoms. Three are the three greatest gifts to man. sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and SI. Fisherman far and near. We place too many obstructions to You can buy Rezall Dyspepsia Tablets Kids are playing tops and marbles, KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, their free use and enjoyment." Ib this community only at our store: Signs that Spring is here. SOfT & Dr. Locke told of the hookworm and R. E.,McR0BERTS In the heart of the shopping district. besure and take a warning, the havoc that it brings, many mistak- -' But Lancaster Tht 53aql& Stort Kentucky Prom the season's past ing its symtoms for consumption and Don't leave off your There Is a Rezall Store in nearly ererr town Best Equipped Cafe in the City. winter flannel, and city in tba United States. Canada and other diseases. Of it he said: This thing will not last Great Britain. There is a different Rezall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. "The hookworm is an intestinal para aca especially designed ior tne particular ui for which it is recommended. site a worm about d Useless Worry. of an Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from The RaxaU Stores are America's CraaUat "Much of our worry Is useless," inch long when it is grown. When of Drug StorM "Yes; It is. I once bought some stock 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. microscopic size, it enters the body most often through the skin of the feet in a rubber grove and worried two Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. I because the feet come in contact, with winters about frost before yetascertained that the trees hadn't been in pulluted soil. The iemale worms planted." it in the body give forth an incredible number of eggs which hatch when de NINA. posited on the soil, and while yet invisible to the eye enter the feet mti. Thence they make a long journey Mrs. Barley Creech who has been through the body till they reach the sick is improving. small intestines to which they cline Mr. R. M. Kelley of Richmond spent and give forth a poison, which pro Sunday with homefolks. duces the disease, and lay more eggs Master Birt Prather of Cottonburg, unless we are sure the and thus repeat the endless round of their parasitical life. As many as is visiting his aunt Mrs. R. W. Sanders signature is right That Mr. R. W. Sanders and wife visited 4,500 worms have been expelled from a precaution protects deAsk us to show single person; they have been known her sister Mrs. Henley Whittaker Sunpositees from fraud of you the to live in a person for ten years; and day. many kinds. Money in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prewitt and two they are so prolific that a large part of latest in size, style Garrard Bank 8c Trust guests of their parthe inhabited soil of the earth between children ware the and, form and let36 degrees north latitude and 30 de- ents Sunday. Co. is far safer than it is tering at the right grees south is polluted with them." Mrs. Morris Ross visited her niece price. in your possession. Better open an account and protect The pitiful thing about hookworm is Mrs. W. D. Jones of Richmond SunTHE that so few know that the cure is al- day night and Monday. what you have while making more. most as simple as the pullution. Dr. The two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Locke did not say so but we know Mason Malear came over from Lexing& thymol is given, followed by epsom ton last week and made them a nice salts. visit The Womans Club i Winter is dead! Long live the The short days are over with. will soon begin to rise at four and the cows will be turned pasture. My Spring IVJ.1JJ is complete with my own merv and imported Creations Inspection Invited. Your Patronage Solicited. px-ist- Kinnaird ifiAttm&mm& &&&mMNui Mrs. Ada . - .... Yon Will Need Extra Power ,J. mt' -- 1 Mor-simp- le Camp-bellsvil- le nw pt. - uu r.i xT-- I I I I I I IH C Oil and Gas Engine i. 1 nn-ab- le I I I I 1 y, 50-hor- se air-cool- 60-hor- se 1 4 USA one-sessi- The Leonard Hotel 60. sun-bat- h one-thir- Ifedbfttg jfnbttatuma 'Attttaunranenifi Emjratefo llWe Don't Cash 'Checks VERY Central Record. -- The Garrard Bank Trust Company I .- - lamcaslcr Cdenlly tLadies, Wiiy not Preserve Citizens Gladly Testify and Con- - Your Youth and Beauty? FIVE CENT MEAL HLfiE AT UOKE pp' ! HiCZZllZIZJLZa ? r it n j Recommend Doan's Pills. Kidney that has placed Drum's Kidney Pills" w far above competitors. When people right here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt. Read the public statement of a Lancaster It is testimony like the tol.ov.ng 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. citizen. C. T. Brummett. Crab Orchard St, Lancaster, Ky,, says: "Nearly every spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as to keep me in good health. During the winter colds settle on my backaches and pains through my kidneys. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. They stopped the pains and my kidneys became normal." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember tlw name Doan's and take no other. PARISIAN Sage, the quick acting hair restorer, is forsale in Lancaster by U E "'cK birffi So-- i and is s !1 wi h a rigid gu. tanti-- a 50 cents a liirgu bottle. PARISIAN Sag- - has an iu.inci.be sale, and here are the reasons: It is safe and harmless. It cures dandruff in two weeks, ly kdling the dandruff germ. It stops falling hair. It promptly stops itchingof tho scalp. It makes tho hair soft and luxuriant. It gives life and beauty to the hair. It is not sticky or greasy. It is the daintiest perfumed hair tonic. It is the best and most pleasant and invigorating hair dressing made. Fight shy of the druggist who offers you a substitute, he is unworthy of your confidence. Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo. N. Y., American Makers. SOLVED PROBLEH It Helped Reduce Expenses of i 1 & fi MiJbcJ r& &&&? H lii isk Wth w 3 tm KiA-- i bm m S ? mm -- tU tri VA ? m 1 t II H n ski Mi Saw B Jm S use pss . ft t MM m r - J Domestic Science Course. 1 1 &&jf&&&Bft1j&k!ti&i r&t g& aPi &i!? iteP-- : ATTENDANCE 100-PE- GENT. Colored High School of Owonsboro Among the First to Offer Full Four Year Instruction In Household Arts. Every Girl Pupil and Several Boys Now Enrolled. it&'ii&9zttrKJAnd The Greater Graves Cox Store n H Was Never Better Prepared Than Now To Serve You. mill BUCK K IE. JIcCHEARY. Meadows and leaves are showing W. H. Beazley had a good work horse their colors. to die last week. Handy Kurtz sold a 5 months old calf Mr. Roy Beazley made a short trip to to A. C Miles for $19.20. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. Somerset last week. The BENZOL Way. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel visited her The year 1913 up to this date has parents of Madison Sunday. We are glad to report that Mr. Lish proven a record breaker for disasters of wind and water. Forbes is able to be out again. Mrs. Mattie Teater who has been The BENZOL Way. visiting friends and relatives in this Mr. Elmer Hamm of Hyatsville was community has returned to her home a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. at Buena Vista. Mr. Pat Sutton sold 300 bbl. of corn A very interesting meeting is being to Mr. Alex Walker for $3.00 per bbl. held in the Chapel neighborhood; good good singing and large Miss Iva Raney spent Saturday and preaching, Fields seeds at wholesale prices Sunday with her sister Mrs. M. H. crowds are in attendance. The Sunday School was organized direct to the consumer. I have a Forbes. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill spent Sun- here on last Sunday at 3 P. M. and field seeds and full line of choice day with their son Mr. Thomas Hill of quite a large number were present and can save you money on your Win- Point Leave)). we expect a large increase on next ter and Spring supply. Miss Kate Hamm of Hyattsville Sunday. Write me for price list and sam- spent a few days last week with her Mrs. Mary Burton died at her home on March 31, age 77 years. ples. She has friend Miss Lillie M. Sutton. Mr. Creed Simpson entertained his two daughters and three sons to mourn friends Saturday night at his beautiful her loss. A beautiful life has ended, God knew best, and took her. She was country home in Teatersville. modest, but affectionate and kind, only her loved ones knew best her real worth Quickly Ends Indigestion and beautiful character. She is gone from us, her influence for good lingers and will continue to be felt. Mother is And Stomach Misery Kentucky. Lexington, gone, but not forever, we shall meet again to part no more. Seeds Bush W. Nelson, Seed man. Three years ago, when very few high schools In Kentucky were offering a course In domestic science, tho Colored High school at Owonsboro made a beginning. The board of education there at that time, like many others In the state, was hampcri-i- l by a Uiflc of funds. The board also had befoie It the experience of other schools where the expense account of the domestic science course had proved qulto a burden. It was a dtflicult problem, but the fnctilty of the high school felt that the work could be put upon a basis that would make It almost self sustaining. Today the Colored High school of Owensboro has a four year course in domestic science and will graduate seven girls that have taken this full course. During those four years only three girls have failed to take the course, and this year 100 per cent of the girls in the high school take domestic science. Besides these girls. It might be well to add that there are eight 1kts enrolled In the classes, so that the figures should really read 100 per cent plus. A five rent dinner and lunch counter handled by the domestic science department have made this splendid work possible. Tho cost of material In both cklng and sewing classes has been met each year by the board of education paying a deficit of about $5 a month. The preparation of this five cent din-ne- r would seem to be a definite loss In some of the technical training, but it appears otherwise when one visits the school. FiVsi. 4 SS Many thousands of dollars have been spemt here in the last three months in order that we may serve yon better than ever before. Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Shirts, Hats. Neckwear, Hose, Underwear, Pajamas, Etc , all under plate glass cases. no dusty boxes you see hundreds of patterns of any article you desire. n j L! r n Willi nRBSiffl Remember this stores reputation has been built up of twenty-fiv- e years of honest dealing, best values and fair prices. iipiij MailOrdeis receive expert attention, nd v.e pay the charges on all purchases of S500 and more CHARGE ACCOUNTS solicited from responsible parties. Any order received not giving satisfaction may be returned at our expense. 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 No 27; 2:09 p. m. fast train Louisville, Ky. No 9; 8:45 p. m. Stanford and South. Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my lifel AH who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." E61 Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be .a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today! the general training, as the girls are used in small relays, so that each girl In the school come3 to this special Many Women Advise Husbands To Cuie work once n week. The class book, which is carefully kept, shows exactly Stomach Trouble With Surest Way to End Catarrh the work the pupil has done each time she has been ou duty for a dinner and Women know how careless men Go to R. E. McRoberts and say: "I luncheon. usually are in regard to stomach dis want If she has made biscuit and afterA HYOMEI outfit" Take it tress. They go on suffering from day home pour a few drops of HYOMEI ward cleaned the store this week the to day when a simple treatment of prepare a salad from the bottle into the little hard next she will probably refrigerator. In the Stomach Tablets will banish rubber inhaler breathe it for five and clean the dyspepsia in a few days: many times minutes and note the refreshing in a few hours. relief breathe it four or five times a Madam: Look after your husband's day for a few day and Catarrh and all health; if he is distressed after eating, its symptoms will gradually disappear. has heavy feeling, gas, etc., get a 50 Booth's HYOMEI is balsamic air; it cent box of Stomach Tablets contains no opium, cocaine or other today. They surely are the finest rem- harmful drug and is sold on money back edy for indigestion money can buy and plan for Catarrh, Croup, Colds and R. E. McRoberts & Son knows it, for Coughs. Complete outfit (includes in he says "Money back if they aren't haler) 51.00-ex- tra bottles if later just splendid". Trial treatment from needed, 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Booth's Buffalo, N. Y. Son and druggists everywhere. Simple instructions for use in every package A FIVE CENT MEAL. you can't fail. Just breathe it no MARKSIJDK1'. course of the school year she will have stomach dosing. covered a certain definite amount of practical housekeeping work. There Mr. T. D. Chesnut continues ill at Is the added value that she lias preHT. HEBRON his home. pared this food lu quantities sufficient for an ordinary family, and not In labJack Daily sold to Jim Clark a bunch Mrs, W. L. Grow who has been quite oratory quantities. of Jhoats for 8J cts. It might be urged that a high school Shug Smith bought ot Less Huffman sick is convalescent. Is not a vocational school, and that Mr. J. B. Dean bought of Mr. Har- our schools are not preparing girls for pound shoats for 9 cts. This Is all true, lunch room sen-Ice- . Mrs. J. W. Mahan who has been ill rison Dean six shoats price $50. but the greatest Indictment brought Mrs. T. W. Thompson who has been against our schools today Is for the past six weeks is some better. that they very sick all winter is reported much do not give our boys and girls a grip The BENZOL Way. J improved. on live, real, everyday things. The Miss Biddie Siler of Jellico, Tenn., Miss Edich Montgomery of Buena work in this school seems to give this who has been with her aunt Mrs. Sarah Vista was with homefolks Saturday and at the same time helps to sustain Itself while giving all the pupils someMahan has returned. and Sunday. thing that Is wholesome to eat at n Mr. Race Turner and wife went to remarkably low price. The BENZOL Way. Wilmore to attend the burial of his There are high schools all over the aunt, Mrs. Lear of that place. Mr. John Johnson and wife of Buena country tljat cannot afford domestic science. There are many others where Miss Mary Chesnut and brother Bob Vista were in this vicinity on business the girls are doing laboratory domestic Saturday afternoon.' went to Lexington last week to visit science, and a large percentage of the their sister Mrs. J. W. Woods. Mr. H. R. Montgomery sold a bunch pupils go to the corner grocery or a All the sash to an upper room at the of hogs to Mr. C. A. Arnold for July cheap confectionery for their noon luncheon. home of Mr. .Tno. Simpsons were blown delivery at 8 cts per lb. The value as well as the economy of from their casing and the panes were Mr. Jas. Speaks and daughter Miss serving the children with an appetiz an Broken. Clotie and little son of Bryantsville ing, Inexpensive meal, scientifically Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hutrhes and were with his brother Mr. L. E. Speaks prepared. Is obvious. Their health Is conserved and a practical course In daughter Delia Rice Hughes of Lan- Sunday. Mr. M. L. Montgomery left on the domestic science Is made possible. caster spent Sunday with her mother It not possible to gain both things Mrs. Margaret Sutton. 21st for Ravenwood, Mo., where he atIs the same time by a carefully preThe Ladies Working Society will will remain during the spring and sum- pared course of study? It certainly is worth thinking about, meet at the residence of D. S. Swope, mer seasons. Miss Ovelia Montgomery and Mrs. for people everywhere are looking to the ladies of the church are also invited to be present on said afternoon. Melvin Stinnett of Hamilton Valley the school for more real every day efwere with Mr. F. M. Montgomery and ficiency. Mr. Rome Rubles had a barn wreckfamily Saturday night and Sunday. Don't Get Into a Rut. ed in the wind storm on Tuesday mornA rut in the road Is bad enough, but ing of last week. There were 10 head Kentucky riverhasbeenjiigherthepast of horses in the barn that remained week than at any time since Lock No. m rut in your life work Is infinitely 8 has been in, Mr. W. B. Montgomery worse. Get out of the rut and come uninjured. to Louisville April 30, May 1, 2 and was almost surrounded by water and d 3, to the The hen house at the home of Mr. annual meeting to move out. of the Kentucky Educational associaJosh Sutton was destroyed by the high had Mr. Lewis Murphey bought of Mr. tion. wind of last week, 90 eggs that were It'll do you good to meet new faces due to hatch soon were destroyed, there E. C. Montgomery some shoats at 8J and see some of the old ones again. was also much damage done in the way cts per lb, he also bought shoats for It'll do you good to see and know that of flues, barns, fences and trees in this later delivery from Messrs J. I. Craw- Kentucky Is thoroughly alive educaford and Chas. Duncan at 8 and 8 cts. tionally. It'll do you good to see neighborhood. over per lb. 0,000 people together who are interestSince our last report to the Record ed in education. If never there, you ought to go. two little girls have arrived in this loIf ever there, you'd want to go. cality, one at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Autber Montgomery christened Hazel the other at the home of Mr Are You Constipated? and Mrs. Roy Spivy christened Grace J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Berryman. If so, get a box of Dr. King's New Mission day was observed at this Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky place Sunday to a large and attentive Life Pills, take them regulary and ! audience. The Livingstone Prnfrrnmmp your trouble will quickly disappear. Better Than The Best, No Higher was rendered by the Sunday School They will stimulate the liver, improve and in addition to this an address on Than The Rest your digestion and get rid of all the the life of David Livingstone was ably Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water. delivered by the pastor Rev. J. W. poisons from your system. They wil Mahan who wishes that all with in reach surely get you well again 25c at R. LEXINGTON; KENTUCKY; will attend the Sunday School here. . McRoberts & Son. A A 8-forty-secon- It appears to be of absolute value in aii5fesg iar4tgtf & && fsj. j &. j tr&faF Graves, 6ox & 60. n LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. 3C zii 4 Pitttilrafl'tili Perfecr With the Latest Improvements, This Is the Highest Quality Wire Fencing hladz, Bar None long-tim- e Based on experiments, de- - to make the best fence. cided improvements have been made in We now produce "Pittsburgh Perfeci" "Pittsburgh Perfect." AS MADE TO- in our own furnaces and mills from the DAY, it is so far superior to any other ore to the finished product. We know as to place it in a class by itself. everything is right from start to finish. These improvements concern the qualThese facts positively insure your inity of wire, construction and galvanizing three vital points that must be right vestment in "Pittsburgh Perfect." j. iczzznc "Yery m It 1. I Made in Different Style, for FIELD. FARM, RANCH. LAWN, CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD tnd GARDEN J JvOQ PiMMnf oorJ VJUdrdlltCCU. P-.- 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 fell it, write us direct. "Pittitnrsh Perfect" Brandt cf Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write) BrigHt, Annealed & Galranized Wire; Twiited for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL WKmi Pittsburgh Steel Co. UP An Sight Year Competitive 'n V.M ru'vi Moj4err .rT " nuot: MANUFAcr-U-"- ""C0 .. T 6?ar,anpurg,3.0.Jty 10tb,1918 Fettle Oo.i Loulsvlllss Ky. Omtleseniv After oospletlng ow Tlllsgs at So Hollani, Oa., we exporlnstrted with eons half dozen Tarloua cranio of paint by dividing our village up Into eeotlona of ten houses each and painting eaoh ten with a different cranA, 0n one eeotlon of ten houses we used Lead and Oil, the other five eeotlons we used paints mostly used. In this eeotlon, and oonaldered to be the leading urands . Brown Sheetings." Dsills riiit hviMos.Hoir.T.c nut t.iw oli.ao.c Won out over all othe Paint in Longest Endura.ic . In order to determine which paint would stand the test of time, they painted some sixty houses for an eight-yea- r endurance test, using the leading bran'' c. Read this letter, it proves thai MASTIC PAINT stood the test that (elk. Profit by the Experience of People Who of Spartanbur Pacolet large and are very careiui rlE selecting the best paint money can buy. in Mfg. Co.. -- . paint-user- s After elgh't years we tages covered with "KASIIO PAIBT"find that the ten eot- are In better condition and stood the test better than even lnoludlng Lead and pu. Will .afSthe? ?hi?"ha SlS8?!!r? "i1 yellow plno 3"teature,wetherboardid f,th9 f"19 of the ease grade.havlng lB ??lS?S,a,,tVh!.',unJ V11'treee, nen ef by shade but fully exposed. Envi Don't experin-.en- t with unknown Paint you don't have to Mastic Paint is a certainty, and has been the standard of excellence for over forty years. Mastic Paint never varies in quality, it always assures the best possible results. It is guaranteed for Absolute Purity by its makers. Co., of Louisville, Ky., and we can recommend it highly to our customers. Peaslee-Gaulbert cKo o.tES.""9,."911 itTbuy.0ah Plaed with 9arUl7 Tours PAOOLET the .ane.tfanf OP. truly. Phoenix Hotel JCASUPA0TCIU5G Iroae.i J FREE Ask for beautifully illustrated boot Homes and How To Paint Them. also color card showing 45 color combinations. R, E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky. 1-- m Vhy Salves Can't Cure Eczema Sine the theorv of cur Ins eczema through the blood has been Kiven up by scientists, many different Kilves hat e been tried for skin diseases. But It has been found that these salves only cIok the pores and cannot penetrate to the Inner btlow the epidermis trhfr." tho eczema semis are lodged. This the quality of penetrating rrobably explains the tremendous success of the well Known liquid eczema .emedj. oil of wintercreen. thymol, glycerine, ot".. as compounded in D.D.D. Prescription. We have sold otbar remelias for skin sl-i- n troubles but none that we can recommend as highly as this for we know that D.D.D. stops tho itcn at once. We just want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That wK be enough to prove it. Of course all other druggists hae D.D.D. Prescription go to them it jou can't come to us but don't accept some biff profit substitute. But if you come to our store, wo are so eti lain of what D.D.D. will do for you that we offer you a full size bottle on this guarantee: If you do not find that It takes away the itch AT ONCE, It costs you not a cent. Dr. Locke's lecture last Friduy night The heavy damage to the roads of the was .well attended and was very interest- county is causing considerable concern to the automobilists, and more to the Mrs. Bessie Bentley visited her sister ing and instructive. county, who will have to bear the Mrs. Lucy Hamack Sunday. "Swat the fly" A good slogan surely. expense of repairing them. visited Miss Ovealia Montgomery "Swat the breeding place." That is a home folks Saturday and Sunday at ML J better one and infinitely mono sensible. Hebron. TRY'SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Work will begin on the new filter at There will be preaching at the Money Back for any case of Methodist church at Cartersville the the water works plant as soon a the first Saturday night and Sunday in weather becomes sufficiently settled. Rheumatism. Nenraloia or Headarlip that April, probably in April HAMILTON VALLEY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CepiJal $50,000. A. R. DENNY, President. t Surplus $30,000. Vice J. E. STORMES. Pres't. J. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. L. GiLL, Book-Kaapar. R. E. McRoberU & Son. y JEWELRY. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-- -liers, bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Silver is excelled by none in the city. VICTOR, BOOftBRT 133-13- 3 60, West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. i Hoa HALLS Ghoier or SNODDY'S REMEDIES. Tuberculosis, typhoid fever, infintile paralysis, hook worm with all their horrors are spread by the fly. In short, Miss Katie Tayne has been quite sick there is scarcely an epidemic or disease but is better. that is not spread by this busy little Mr. Fado Parks made a trip to Good buzzer. Hope last Saturday. Ninety per cent of flies are bred in Mr. Wm. Richardson stuck a nail into manure piles, the other ten per cent his hand head end first. Mr. Henry Eavis sold a sow and 7 are bred in equally as filthy places. It is criminal for us to longer neglect such pigs to Mr. J. H. Thompson for 38. places. Who of us value our manure Mr. Mason Holtzclaw bought of Mr. Timothy Payne, his home here for $450. pile more than our children? Mr. J. H. Thompson bought six 115 Since the immortal bard first acted in lb shoats from Mr. Fred Jesswein for his own plays in 1.170, his plays have $50. been produced in a thousand and one Mr. conducted difTVrant ways to millions of people, William Barnes religious services Saturday night at Mr. but we know no people over enioved Levi Bell's. Hamlet as given by Sothern and Marlowe Mr. Alfred James, of Cedar Creek, more than did the Lancaster crowd last sold eight hogs to Mr. J. H. Thomp Wednesday evening. son for $48. Mr. William Elmore, Sr., continues The Alteration of watpr is very quite sick: there is not much hope for important as to a towns health. his recovery. Filteration removes about 98 per centof Mr. Howard Holtzclaw bought 9 the bacteria in water, which is argument shcats from Mr. Thomas Manuel of conclusive enough to prove the wisdom of applying it. No make shifts should Cedar Creek for 36. be tolerated ."but we should have water Miss Lizzie Miller and brother, Frank, run through a scientifically constructed were visiting the family of Mr. Wm. filter of known merit. Richardson Saturday. Solace Faiis To Remove. PKEAUHERSVlLIiB. R.T. Embry. Ass't Cashier. can be cured by the use of either We have the sale of both. R. E. McRoberts T & onnocfar V Son, a-- f 11 nrir SfiKO.?K0'0i si . I & fpd ESJrtu E3 rrH-K- l '0iP0Y) grjyi i II' 1 I -eV--Z.U- llL s vt rvws 8&Mfg. effSaESReA -- . Pursley s mzws IS 'Vjggffi ., i V ' We Berts c Composed of yoots, Herbs, and Barks, for all E "0 DAKOTA JACK, The Boy. North Western Cow Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,',Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR I I $ from his father Mr. Christ Weyler, Sr., country seemingly having been ''seized by the same fad. It came with the first his farm for about $4,000. warm days of this spring and has perMr. and Mrs. Waller Pettus, of near sisted through tho sunshine and the Hubble, were visiting the family of his ain since, running the gamut of the mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus Sunday. younger children to the d of Rev. J. E. Roberts tells us that he both sexes. In the streets, on the has changed preaching dates with the sidewalks, dodging between automoveMethodist church here and at Hebron biles, braving the horse-draw- n church near Cedar creek. He will hicles, frightening the timid and defypreach here each second Sunday and at ing the brave, the army on pedal Hebron each fourth Sunday in the wheels has advanced and spread over very foot of smooth, hard surface in month. the city. The heavy iron bridge on the Preachersville and Stanford pike was Hogs Going To $10. lifted off its abuttmer is and carried downstream about 200 yds. and laid Hogs went perilously near the $10. upon its side. The Drake's creek bridge mark in the Cincinnati market last between Crab Orchard and this place week, getting up as high as $9.75. H was carried down stream some distance hog nioducts keep pacp with the an' and is badly damaged. The promiscuous mal on foot in price, jowl and green' felling of big trees into these streams which has heretofore been considerer with brush, fodder etc, is responsible for the poor mans delicacy will become ? their destruction. luxury only enjoyed by the rich. We were misinformed- - Our last Insurance Galore. letter to the Record speaks of the sale of a building site for our proposed It has not been so many years agt consolidated school. While Supt. Singleton was here and had the lot that insurance was a luxury, but it ht surveyed, the stakes driven, and would become to be almost as much a com no doubt have built us a house thrtday modity as any article in our stores, anr had it been in his power, there was no "everybodys carrying it." In additio' deal consumated, no deed of conveyance, to the convruiifs that we have alwaj etc It will be acted upon by the had, many new companies, and all goo Lincoln County Board of Education ones are now represented in Lancaster, Monday, April 7th, in their office in and they have a vast variety of "goods" from which to choose. All kinds of Stanford. The outlook is favorable. fire, wind, tornado, and life, well as you like it, accident, sick and accident, combination of wife and husband, busiJust Drop a Line to Mother. ness associates, any kind of a policy you (By Dan Nicholas Steidle, Jr.) want. You pay your money and take gray-heade- Roller-Skati- ng Miss Dillie Ray, of Buckede spent has floored Lousome time with the family of Mr. and isville. The city was never so comMrs. J. H. Thompson, pletely obsessed. The germ seems to Mr. Christ Weyler, purchased perculiar there, no other city in the Jr., SOLACE REMEDY is a rocont medical discovery of three German ScienSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. take, and will not affect the weakest Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. stomach. Storme3, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any i description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond quesB. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat. tion to be the surest and quickest remORGANIZED ZS83. edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to ft medical science, r.o matter how long standing. It roacho3 and removes the 1 root of the trouble (Urir Acid) and OF LANCASTER, KY. purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $40,000. are the Sole U. S. Agents and have g thousands of voluntary testimoniaHet-ter- s W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored H W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. J. J. Walker, Jr., to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon -- - Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. R. Lee Morris, president of the First 4 National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote 3. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold. S. L. Gibba the Solace Company as follows: Lewi3 L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for &rSZSsJgfXSIFS3BL4i3riBBLJSBff' which I enclose '1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action wa3 won-derful. (Signed) It. L. Morri3. i Put up in 2Jc, 50c and 1. boxes, j IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. 'No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek. Mich. ' Lancaster, Kentucky. n.i. mjmi "We wiMww,MM Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- I st. 1 Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. ' , L. N. and Willie Miller, Agents. fffll Fountain Square) &ssS2HK9Ja CINCINNATI, OHIO re-construc- ted and improved store. New sales-floohave been added, New elevators constructed, New entrances built, walls removed and the entire interior of the building remodeled. rs T7"ELCOME you to their Thousands of dollars have been expended to make this store the best of its kind anywhere. c4 trip to Cincinnati is not complete unless you include a visit to Mabley C. Carew. We have been busy for many months, reconstruct ng improving and bettering, and there is now completed the finest and te . store in this part of the country. We are now ready to say Welcome, come to this great exposition and see the largest and most beautiful exclusive vomen's and girls' garment floor in Cincinnati. An exhibition on the third floor of handsome Coats, Suits and Dresses for girls, misses and women, all reasonably priced. cA millinery department occupying the entire fourth floor in which are displayed more handsome European and American model hats than you can see in any other establishment. H 45 DAYS TREATMENT $1.00. Just drop a line to mother, boy; remem your choice. ber she's your friend; You know she's getting old and gray Better The and hastening toward the end. A word from you will cheer her up and make her old heart glad; She'd know you've not forgotten her drop her a line, my lad. When you were but a little child she'd stroke your curly head And tell you she loved you; don't forget the words she said. She'd put her arms around your neck whenever you felt sad; She'd always kiss your tears away drop her a line, my lad. You took your sorrows all to her, she'd smooth the troubled brow! She always chased the clouds away would you forget her now' She's praying for you every day, no word from you she's had; A message now would make her smile drop her a line, my lad. Perhaps she thinks you are los: and gone; that she is all alone; Brighten her up with a little note as reward for what she's done; 'Twould lengthen her years to see your face, she'd remember her little tad But this is the least that you can do drop her a line, my lad. You 11 only have one mother, boy no one her place can take; rwin De loo late wnen she is gone; write just for her sweet sakes! She'll take you to her warm heart still if you've gone to the bad; Don't be ashamed to call her nam- edrop her a line, my lad. County Court Days. Delay Than Danger. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Stings Liniment forall Pain, Deafness, Burns. Bottle. i Sprains Etc. 25cts per it CREME SOAP. J. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All on sale E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. at I Ml 0i'-''- 'gJlrllllfrgfll WM )X'C- - jgg TUP During the distressed condition of the country of the last ten days the mails have been delayed, mail from ome localities arriving several days be hind time; trains have all been late and there has been a general feeling of un certainty about means of transportation. Nearly all railroads in the coun try have issued "slow" orders to their train crews because of the danger of washouts, landslides and insecure bridges. These things are all very aggravating, but it is much better than to take reckless chances in order to make time, and thereby perhaps sacrifice human life. Exercise a little patience and things will gradually resume their normal condition. Official Directory Of Garrard County. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hou. Emmel fur j ear. Circuit CI rk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. II. Brown. Trustee Jury Fnud Benj. F. Robluson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. The second floor twenty thousand square feet devoted to men's and boys' clothing. The fifth floor a great permanent exposition of women's girls' and children's shoes and women's furnishings. On the main floor are men's furnishing, men's hats, men's shoes, gloves, hosiery, novelties of all kinds. The basement floor houses wrif SBi Sw ti mWtk Hiiii ! POPPING EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY AND OFFICE DISTRICT Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Moderji Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elecantly Furnished Rooms with hot and The Cafe Is In clrirce of Experts and the CI flfl cuisine. ni.d serine ts unexcelled. Our cold tannine water and private prlcesare.inostiniitH.mtc. European service, toilet, per day but choice of club Lrcikfast, each fip Private Bath, per day Elegantly Furnished Rooms with 1 Count! Judge A. D Ford. Couut) Attorney J K. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J, A Jo es. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Peput SLerlff C A. Koblnsnu. Snperinteudant of Schools Miss Jennie the best house-furnishin- g china departments of. Ilig- - and we-know glrs. CQ person Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to CQp 8:00 p. m., per person Rathskeller open from 52.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Stmple Room with Private Bath, per day C? CO .4m,u Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ZiTl p. m. to 1:00 a. m. ROBT. B. JONES. Manaeer. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mer. HOIK. PjLTTKf, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Horit, Ahslit (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. 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We assure you a good courteous treatment whether you come to purchase or not. and if you do Ji Ksf-- KMBWHtgE3HB H B A -- , gau Isou 2nd. Dlst. Harrison tia 3rd. Dlst. James Coldlron 4tb, Dlst. L-- cm - v COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. CronKy Bioafdns. 1st. Dlst. R D McMurtr) Slid liist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas f. King, 4th. Dlst. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor H. T. Logan. City Juage E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. U. Tomllnson. City k H. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Monnt. Cltj1 Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Pellce L. E. Herron. 3 Ajhe Mabley & Carew Co. k- Cincinnati's Great Style Exposition daily at . V(1 xl ff ? rX . IfSW'i 2 -- I A S - inrvii iPKiRBHJ SIBKi i'a rmHEH .H iP iT'SSlHEli 1 &l!d!al $S. CS2?M B Uu H k t W 'i$mWMBUUW i B H t SdV&aSBHB Ht!rOflHBH6Vt S - &7 V Foantain Square,- CincinnatiOhio. V'-?- 'y&Sfejf iHlHp VMrj XTlllBH J HIIMU Wl! '&1 wiflBBHralH ' ,COUNCILMEN. Parker Gregory. H. C. Hamilton. Q S. W.M. Zanone. Oreenleal. B.F.Walter. Wm. Herndon. v. ,. . - - Mr. and Mrs Emmett Long were the guest of his parents Saturday and SunRword Trial 2:14. day. Half Brother to Lula Watts S(Z) 2:27. Mrs. Lem Teater was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kiiby Teater Friday and Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1906. Standard Registered Vol 18. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lige McMillon were the (Alcyone 732, 2:27. . I Sire of 00, dams of 65. fDarkNIeht 2838 guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John I (Noonday Sire of 24. inc. By St Elmo 275. light 2:034. Brightllght Ray Sunday. Silent Brook 19769 I Great Brood Mare. 2:L'8K. Dark Wilts 2:09 Record 2 :1H. I (Harry Clay 45. 2 S!9K. Valpa3rf)9, etc. Mr. Luther Raney has returned to Bireof Billy BurkS:M. (.Jenny Clay Sire of dam .... . (Norwood 4.Belle 8 of &0. Shawbay2:07K, Meadow the Spitler Sanatorium to be treated Great brood mare Emma Brook By Narwood 522. Zarrlne Brook 2:0 for rheumatism, I Baron Wilkes 4758. 2:18 27)i. lJ"Jy Bellbrook Moko S44.Y A Sire of 12 in2:10.tc. 2U0, etc. Mr. B. F. Broaddus and family were Sire of Brenda Yorke (Queen Ethel. By Strathmore 408. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Farno 2:05i. Native Belle (S) 2:o.4. Paro of Bumps S:03. Clayo Broaddus Sunday. Silver Silk (4) 2:0S, Dam of Lula Watts (2) 2S9K-tr- . Monrlco (3) 2S Susie 2:2M. Ble&cber a Mrs. Alex Walker and little daughter Wilkes Nutwood 8000. 2:24. K.(3;2:09Jf,etc. ball 2117: out of ( Sire of Carl Wilkes 2:0I2. Virginia Pearl were the guest of Mrs, aliter to Silent Brook LBettvClay Jenny Clay. 2:18Ji. Kirby Teater Saturday. nail sister to silent ( By Harry Clay 45. BSMtfCHER 259, 4615S.i:: 3: m Loyd. HEW FUEL . FOR MOTOR DRIVEH VE- - For Public Service, Season MEANT ANOTHER MAN BY LOUISE 191 3. .HICLES. To Be An I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, "Parlor" Saik Excellent Sub- stitute For Gasoline. HffllGERS. (By Consul Edwin N. Gunsaulus, Johannesburg, S. A.) A new locally invented fuel Carroll resloo a 4383, 2S, Brook 2:16K.Reddle Clay 4 1&l, and Lilly Clay dam of Prue iiUli. Dam of Silent Brook Reddle Clay 4 235Ji, etc. 2 :16K. PAINT LICK. Mrs. Belle Burnside is the guest of Mr. James Burnside and family. Miss Pearl Cochran spent last week with her parents at Whites Station. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guyn returned home Tues. from a visit to Louisville. Mr. J. P. Rucker of Richmond was the guest of home folks last Wednesday. Miss Agnes Henderson is spending several days with Mrs. A. B. Estridge. Old Mr. Metcalf, father of Mr. Jas. Metcalf of this place has been very ill for several days. Mrs. Millard Highland of Paris has been with her mother Mrs. Martha Ely for several days. Messrs. E. L. Woods and M. K. Ross returned last Friday after several weeks stay at Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. King of Point Leavell spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs. R. N Beazley. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hendren of Kirks- ville were visitors Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter's. Mesdames Jack Adams, W. F. Champ Parker Gregory and Henry Moore were visitors of friends here Monday. Misses Minnie Johnson and Lucretia Skinner spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks at Lancaster and Bue-n- a Vista. For temporary use a swinging foot bridge has been built across the creek, and is a splendid make shift and is perfectly safe. Mrs. W. T. Parks spring millinery goods was not injured by the flood as was first reported, it being high and dry and above the water. Fish and Hammacks dry goods store and all other business firms of our town that were injured in the flood all opened up Monday morning in full blast. The families who were compelled to leave their homes from the recent flood here have been well sheltered and cared for by good neighbors and friends. After several months illness Mr. A B. Estridge died at his home here at 6:30 o'clock. Much sympathy is extend ed to the wife and children and aged mother and father. Silent Brook 19769, 2:16J, sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:061, Shawbay 2K)7i, Zarrine 2K)7J, Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:09i, Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10J. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10,Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:lli, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07J, etc His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 225i, and was grandam of Prue 2211. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:051 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:041, Native Belle (2) 2:07i (Futurity Yorke (3) J filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:061 (champion ner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:081, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) TJomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams Of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:091. Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:13i, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:lo, etc Bleucher 46158, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14i, half in 1:06, last quarter in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur It certainly looks like this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. 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. in internal combustion engines, which is said by the inventors to be equal if not superior to gasoline (petrol) in efficien6y, besides having the advantage of reduced cost, has lately been introduced in Johannesburg, and is attracting considerable attention in motor circles by reason of the success which has attended tests. The inventors of this gasoline sub stitute, which has been give the name of "parol", are Messrs. Jenkins and Livesay, of Johannesburg, and they are confident that their invention will prove a most valuable one for motor-drive- n vehicles from an economic standpoint. Parol is made from paraffin, its con version being accomplished by a chemical process and without the use of heat. Aside from the chemicals- uspd, the only accessories required for the preparation of the fluid in large quantities are tanks, pumps and mixers. It is claimed that by means of the chemical processs employed the property which creates carbon in the cylinders and forms soot on the sparking plug is re moved, and the strong odor of paraffin is likewise eliminated when the machine is in use. The paraffin which has been used in all of the tests up to the present time is of 150 fire test. Tho cost of parol as a finished product is estimated at about 50 per cent, more than paraffin, or about 25 per cent less than petrol, measured by the present scale charged for petrol and paraffin. Aside from the lower cost of the new fuel in comparison with pet rol greater efficiency is claimed for it, gallon for gallon, while the further claim is made that it evaporates less easily than gasoline. Other advantages pointed out are that it can be used with any ordinary type of carburator that no adjustment or alteration is necessary to the engines or any of the mechanism of either car or cycle, and that its use will not cause any deterioration of the machinery. - for use the woman. "When will you come back?" asked Bay horse, star, both'hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high "Next spring," answered the man. "Just when the leaves are green 1 $25.00 To Insure Living Foal. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. LANCASTER. Uhlan 1:58 Bingen 2:06 Mature 4. TESTS SHOW FAVORABLE RESULTS. KY. Todd 2:14 3. The Todds Always Sell. Early. They $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for $28,000. Baden sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for 20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of $15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised TodjJ Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. GORDON TODD 3-- 46793. Eufala, Ala. STANFORD. Mrs. Tanner mother of Mrs. !W. K. Shugars is very ill at McKinney. Mrs. J. L. Penny, of Perryville is the guest of her sister Mrs. B. D. Carter. Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, Ky., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins, this week. Mrs. Sallie Richards who has been very sick at her home on West Main Street, is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fry, and little sons of the Hubble section, are visiting Mrs. George L. Graham in Lebanon. Miss Nannie Gaines, of Muskogee, Okla. is visiting her aunt Mrs. Humphrey Ballew and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of Richmond, are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. R. C. Hocker, at her country home. Mr. Geo. P. Bright ha3 returned from Phoenix Arizona where he spent a delightful winter with his son Green-berr- y Bright. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray and little daughters, of Danville, spent a few days with Mrs. Wray's mother, Mrs. M. W. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Menifee who have spent the winter with their daughter Mrs. E. B Richie at Mineral Wells, Texas returned this week. The Misses Alcorn entertained quite a number of friends at six o'clock dinner on last Friday. The honor guest was Miss Sallie Elkin of your city. Mrs. Susan Yeager has returned from Louisville where she went to see her friend Mrs. Dolph Rice who has been seriously ill. We are glad to state that Mrs. Rice is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Baughman have returned from Elixir Springs and are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs, John S. Baughman before occupying their apartment at the home of Mrs Mattie Withers. Mrs. Mary Penny is visiting her son Dr. W. B. Penny at Danville. Mrs. r, Penny's Miss Virginia Mahoney, who is a student at Georgetown College, is also the guest of Dr. Penny and family. "Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Beazley left this week for Danville where they will make their home. Their many friends here regret to give them up but wish for them success in their new home. Mr. Beazley will have charge of the automobile branch of Mr. B. G. Fox's livery stable. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walter, who have been making their home in Norman Okla., for several years have returned to Kentucky. They have not decided just where they will locate but from all indications it will be somewhere in Kentucky. Mr. Walter says that there are many people from this state who would gladly come back if they could do so with out too great a sacrifice. grand-daughte- Record 2:071. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, 4 Sired by Todd 33822,-2:1- 4 $30.00 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, TO INSURE. 1-- 4, 1-- 2, 3-- 4, Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, Including Bob Douglass 2.04 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Al Stanley 2 08 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. Dictator Todd 2.08 Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 etc, son of Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 1-- 2, 1-2, 4, 1-1-- 4, 2.10 3-- 4, 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 Todd Still 2.23, etc. Silence 2.21 by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and 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 Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 etc Golden 2.10, Momento 2.19 Sire of dam3 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 O. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2.24 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 etc) Numerous tests of parol as fuel for motorcars and motorcycles have recently been made here, and all of these, so far as known, have been decidedly favorable to the new invention. On invitation the writer accompanied tha inventors an a trial trip to Pretoria a few days nrevious to the writinff of this renort. the party consisting five persons, and the machine being a Ford taxicab from the Johannesburg public stand. Before leaving Johannesburg the tank was entirely emptied of the petrol with which it is ordinarily run and filled with parol, the car having been examined and passed as being in full touring condition, without alteration to engine or carburetor. The distance of thirty-si- x miles over a road exceptionally hilly was made without stop in one hour and forty minutes, each way, the weight of passengers aggregating 765 pounds. The quantity of fuel consumed on the entire trip of seventy-tw- o miles was d gallons, equaling two and twenty-seve- n miles to the gallon. No misfire or knocking occurred, and the driver declared that the engine was cooler than with petrol. All hills, except one each way, were climbed on top gear. No smoke was visible, and scarcely any odor was noticeable. twenty-horsepower two-thir- ldam GolJen Ready ISUENA VISTA Mr. Raymond Ruble is at home from St. Petersbury Fla. Born to the wife of Jesse Rogers a fine boy March 31st. Miss America Duncan of Burgin is visiting the family of J. F. Ruble. Mrs. Frank Bogie of Lexington visited her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Isonhere last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lane and Mrs. Geo. Baker of Nicholasville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Scott. Miss Lucretia Skinner of Paint Lick spent the week's end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skinner. Henry Ruble remains very ill, he was taken to Burgin Saturday in order that he may have the medical aid of his physician Dr. E. G. Guttery more often. Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 3-- 4, 1-- 2, 4, 3-- 4, 1-- 3-- 1-- 4, 2-- 3-- 4, 1-- 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- 4. 1-- 4, 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 2, 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 4, etc 4 dam May Steers by John C. Fremont Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impressionjpat Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. Yours truly, E. F. Geers. What have you done to stop your hair from falling? Have you tried Rexall "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we want you to try it at our risk. If you hare dandruff; if your hair is falling out and your scalp is not glased and shiny, if you use Rexall 93" Hair Tonic according to directions for thirty days, and at the end of that time you are not thoroughly' satisfied with the resufts and will tell us so, we will immediately hand back your money. We won't ask you to promise anything. We won't even question you. We will take your mere word and return your money. Doesn't it stand to .reason that Rexall "93" Hair Tonio must be mighty good remedy and havo given great satisfaction to our customers if we endorse it like this? We know of DO similar remedy that is as good. It is because pi what Rexall "93" Hair Tonio has done for others that wa back it with our own money. Why suffer scalp and hair trouble or be bald, when Rexall "93" Hair Tonio will remove dandruff, make your scalp comfortable and healthy, promote hair growth and tend to prevent baldness when we will pay for the treatment should it fail , to please you? i We don't obligate you to anything. You simply buy the treatment; use it, and if not pleased, d come back to us and we will hand back what you paid us. Two sixes, 50o and J 1.00 a bottle. You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tool to this community only at our store: nust You Be Bald? JOHN S, BAUGHMAN, Phone 523. P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. Winning race record on IGrand Circuit 1912. Full brother oi Ruth McGregor 2.08Jf, a Grand Circuit winner oi 1912. Son ol Jay McGreeor 2.07Jwho recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars (tlS.000.00) for export to Russia, and who who sold at auction rebruary 4th. in New York City for sixteen aired Baldy McGregor 2.01 thousand dollars (lu.000.0t) for export to Austria, His dam is Baroness Sibyl of Baron Wilkes. A great many people consider Chlmewood the handsomest trotting stallion living; sod of HIghwood 2.21 K and Chime of Bells br Mam- brlnoKing. His first five dam a are in great brood mare list. Uncle Commission of lour men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Hus bandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (8,000.00) cash for Chlmewood to head the government breeding farm In Colorado. This as well as other of fers hay been refused. This Is the time to patronlxe these horses. For 1813 terms and full information and the Address, place. Thistle Donne 2:09 1-- 4 2.25J,-ffmgh-t- er f Site Preston 922 by Washington Denmark fri. 1st dam baby shall be here with you again." "They are yellow now," said the wo- Pence by Enoch Ardeu: 2nd dam Ladv Pence bv Almnnt Fnrpst 9PR3 man, her eyes on the fading trees 3rd dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. about them. A cold little wind sent plenty of bronze and golden treasure urey nagie fallen from their branches scurrying about their feet. There was a smell of damp earth and bracken in the air. On the gray river beyond more yellow leaves float- Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 ed, heralds to the water fowl of the hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. coming winter. Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel not easy in the autumn to think It is 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief of spring. The young woman sighed aa she 1718, one of the two great chief sires. looked. "It will seem a long time," she said. "But spring comes every year. Just These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed the same," the man reminded her. "It action, and perfect gaits. Is here really all the while buried in the bark and the earth, just waiting I have facilties for wring for mares sent to me from a distance and will for the signal to come to life again.' furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. "I was not thinking of the spring In all cases lien will be retained on foal just then," said the woman, "but of Fees become immediately due and insurance isfor service fee according to law. forfeited if mares are removed you." from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent acci- "What are six months?" asked the man; "six months out of a lifetime?" ciaents Dut not respons' blue should any occur, lou are invited to inspect "Everything or nothing," the woman uiese nurses at a. i. iMunneny s siock yards. returned. "You may forget." "But, on the other hand, I might remember." The man slipped an arm through hers caressingly. "Come, Marlon, cheer up. I refuse to be depressed by dismal prophecies. I am yours; you are mine. Nothing can alter that save death." "And another woman." The word3 slipped from her almost unconsciously. "You will meet so many on your travels, and the nearest woman is always the dearest." "You talk as If I were some silly boy," the man frowned. "Have I ever given you cause to be jealous of me, Marlon?" "No," she answered, truthfully. "But then you have never been away before." "Next time you shall come with me," the man promised her. "We shall be married, Marion, when the leaves are green." He caught her to him with a sudden passion. "Marion, think of the spring and me," he whispered to her. But, womanlike, she could only think of the coming winter. A man and a girl walked upon the grassy slope of a hill in southern be All about the crocuses France. gleamed like jewels among the grass. Sound advice from the man who has been The sun was daffodil, the wind had handfuls of violets, the sky was a big driving one for twenty years. hyacinth. you?" said "I love the spring-r-don- 't When you buy a Studebaker buggy you are buying the girl, turning a pink and vivid face all the skill, experience and science in buggy building to his. "It makes me feel as if I were that half a century can produce. You are protectbeing born again. Everything seems ing yourself against the mistakes of younger builders. so fresh and new." "You make the spring for me," an You will always be proud of the Studebaker swered the man, and his hand touched nameplate, for there isn't a buggy on the road that is her dark, uncovered hair. its equal for style, luxury and good looks. "But I don't make the sun and the buds and the flowers," objected the Flexible bent-reac- h gear, graceful lines, solid corgirl smilingly. "And the leaves see shafts, are a few of ner, plugless body, double-irone- d how green they are!" the special Studebaker features. His hand fell from her hair. "When the leaves are green." What shifting rail is enough in The new close-fittin- g had he promised another woman last itself to make you buy a Studebaker buggy. year? To be back when the leaves Dump Wacoaa Farm Wagons Trucks were green again! Business Wacons Harness Milk Waton The leaves were green. He caught his breath; then suddenly a thought See oar Dealer or utile uu came to his aid. The trees were green STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. here yes In the south, but in EngNEW YORK DENVER CHICAGO KANSAS CITY DALLAS land they would still be bare and toss MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND. ORE. empty branches to the sparrows and the wind. He had another month at least. Ho turned impatiently to the girl. "Kiss me," he said imperatively. Their lips met. In April trees are green. But-Ap- rll came and went, and one woman walked alone; May, June and July sped by, all rose and gold; August stalked through the land with a scythe beneath his arm; September, with hair. passed like a dream among the or chards. Then came October and the fall of the leaves. A man and a woman walked together through the woods to where the water gleamed among the trees, like a big, white bird with wings out OF stretched. "You are six months late," the wo man answered dully. "But Journeys end in lovers' meet ings," he returned lightly. "Business kept me, sweetheart not my will." "You are six months late," the wodown a chick's throat cures Gapes. man said again. "Too late," she add- A few drops in the drinking water ed significantly. He stared at her. "What do you Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, mean?" he asked. She turned suddenly and faced him, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other a red spot of color in either cheek, her eyes dark, intense. Infectious Diseases. "What does it mean," she asked, "when a man leaves a woman for months without a letter or a word? Va., writes: "My MRS. W. R. GUNTER. bad last It means another woman. What does summer that I could not raiseof Concord.I tot this medicine. chickens had capos soremedy I any until It is the best poultry it mean when a woman, left alone for ever used." SARAH WELLS, of Lyons. Ind.. writes: "It beats anything I ever tried for capes. months, turns to somebody else for I just MRS. in the feed and drinking water and the chicks set well." put it MRS. W. P. BRACEY. of BaskersvOIe. Va.. writes: "I have nowuscd this medicine two companionship? It means another years and I Just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case of capes since I man." began using it." MRS. W. R. VEDDER. of Catskfll. New York, writes: "I have not lost a turkey since I "And you promised to wait for me!" began using It. I had fifty and had used most everything else and lost all but thirty when I The man was white to the lips. beard of this remedy." She laughed a bitter little laugh. gapesWHITE HOUSE POULTRY FARV. of BuecheL Ky.. writes: "We tried It on roup and in three and it knocked these diseases out "'Till the leaves were green,' you vigor and pulls them through the critical of existence shape." days. It gives the chicks life and stage in fine said. Well, I waited. But now" she pointed all around to where from every tree the leaves hung brown and One of gold. They were everywhere beneath the paths. Even upon the water they lay yellow, floating seaward, like the Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine little flreboats that Hindus send after dead. their Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand, and use person makes a speA it at a preventive as well as a cure for disease. SOLD BY ALL, DRUGGISTS. cialty of bare-facelies. Free Sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent prepaid on request. BOURBON REMEDY CO., Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. HIGH CLOUD 3334. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. W. O. Walker, BlaialP"'lS Stanford, fty 'Young man, when you buy a buggy, sure it's a Studebaker" wind-blow- n TV- ONE - DROP Bourbon Poultry Cure Bourbon Poultry Cure 50 Cent Bottle two-face- d Chiraewood 2:19 14 empty-hande- Are Yon Constipated? If so, get a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, take them regulary and your trouble will quickly disappear. They will stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid of all the poisons from your system. They wil surely get vou well again 25c at R. E. McRoberta & Son. 1-- m Subscribe For The R. E. McROBERTS & SOrV Lancaster tha flJxaCt Start Kentucky There is a RexsJl Store in nearly every torn and city in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. There is a different Ksxsll every ordinary human ill-Remedy for each especial! designed for the particular CI recommended. for which it is $35. OO to Insure a. Farm 3Jf miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Fhone. No. 128 Danville, Ky. living colt for Each Horse. JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. CENTRAL RECORD $1.00 Ts JUxall Stores an AmarW Cnasw Drug Store Per Year. 1 .!g.$gil$?.gfflsggffi:!sg tr. g$g?ryg.?cyggi!gs! fi) -- 1 n s JL ES c?3BarT.A. i" , "i. v fc3 lh E3 - h 11 v? T JL 70 JWJL. E ra (Tj9 hi srf i m m a B yv am w u vH w h X b&JL thir , T" M KA KZ M HI Ja ikrT7 ?,,,, 4 W a TL&, 'SSJn - A a ir & f--1 '"fP5351 "S nS"1" "jST iLJsL la a 8 fci w i tt JL 1 m JsL . ; We are showing a Better and Larger assortment of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums than we have ever shown before. A look and you will be convinced. department is more complete with all the newest creations in SUITS, COATS, and DRESSES at prices that will appeal to you. Our The Shoes we are carrying this season are all in the newest shapes and leathers. We have no old stock to work off let us fit your feet. There has been nothing over looked in our Piece Goods Department, where we are showing the newest things in Woolens and Wash Material. Rcady-7o-Wear f S. IL 1. II lib b tlTTI 32iaaiaEzmaasarxp--jpiLjinTzattvrxT't'Ai'- j. Id U - am One and Two-Korse. V Tgaf jr MM. Jwi&PO.amiB& Bi CV Ki062. Jd. 01 K&Ja. ns ey j Lei us give you a demonstration of our Vacum Cleaner. & A work and time saver as well as keeping your home in a sanitary condition. xiS mtomn&nxr. jy 3d &? AL&LbzL m g. ki. W 9 t I j"" I ssss2sssPeople PCSZS - frTv." uss.UEZf in Casey county after a visit niece Mrs. Carlton Elkin. John Deere Corn Plasters. Gossip About e to her water of the Kentucky river Nelson. rit Camp Milkrs All Safe, But Hant New Hges. I ! John Deere Disc and Drag Harrows, Cultivators, Etc. Caniplete line of John D2ere Implements. The line of Quality. kJ a Prices right. Quality Considered. (. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Gongs by Those 'h Are Interested In. DOCZCaE9VB$ i j Miss Nancy Goodloe has been in ville for a visit to relatives. Dan- r: mount, son -az3ezr&r'2ri?-:-?rxi7?.j??!rx? & co. JYESSse: Misses Jane and Maiy Doty were visitors in Danville Saturday. Miss Lillie Shugars of Richmond been visiting Lancaster friends. has We Write An v Kind of Mr. Roscoe Acton of Louisville is the guest of his father Dr. J. M. Acton. Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife went to Louisville Sunday for a few davs. h r 0. G Office at National Bank. P&grA7'r Office o px -- er The National Bank of Lancaster, r.ri ?:e s Ky. I Mrs. Nockie McGrath of Sharpsburg Mrs. C. A. Arnold. is here visiting her niece Phone 27. miorney n. way Kauitman was in 2 Lexington on business a few days last 5 week. Mrs. James Engleman of Pueblo Col. is the guest of Mr. ''A0(Q WILL BE AMXJiSif(XJ ()..'A1I &-- f and Mrs. A. K. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Haselden are in Misses Bessie B.rown and Minerva Cox of the Richmond Normal were at Louisville this week on business. homo'Saturday for a visit. Mrs. J. T. Cherry of Crab Orchard is Dr. W. S. Elkin has returned to bis the guest of Mrs. R. II. Batson. home in Atlanta after a visit to his Mrs. E. V. Tudor of Richmond is the father Captain T. A. Elkin. guest of her mothar Mrs. James Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard has returned ftom a stay of three weeks with her Mrs. J. Wade Walker is in Louisville aunt Mrs. M. H. Guerrant of Louisville. visiting Dr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Mrs. M. Belle Burnside and Mrs. Walker. Anna Contri of Monticello were guests Mrs. M. D. Hughes and Mrs. J. R. of Mrs. R. Rimmer at the Kengarlan Mount were visitors in Danville last last week. Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Walker will give a "linen Mrs. S. G. Haeldon and sons were shower" this afternoon (Friday) com- in Nicholasville this week visiting her plimentary to the biidc elect Miss Katie parents. Lee Denny. Mesdames Henry Moore and James The cheering news come from Hot B. Kinnaitd were visitors in Danvile Springs Ark. ot the improvement of Wednesday. Mr. J. P. Holtzclaw, who has been Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort came there for some time. Tuesday for a visit to her mother Mrs. Dr. J. M. Acton returned Sunday Ella Bettis. from a ten days stay at Martinsville Miss Lucile Eubanks of Danville has Ind. and eppears to be considerably been visiting her cousin Miss Mattie improved by his visit. Lee Hubble. Mrs. Joseph Renner who has been the Miss Jennie Lackey was in Danville guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer for some time, returned to her home in Wednesday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price. Cincinnati Sunday. ' YOUR HUSBAND r? is "!S fa? vy 8 Unwilling to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread, cakes, bake from I 1 I . .i S etc, you WHITE I s . s Why not try a sack of it? The result will please him and you too. The cost of White Swan is no more than that of common flour. Order a sack the next SWAN FLOUR. time you run out. Mrs. Burdette Ramsey of Paint Lick Encouraging reports come from the was the week end guest of Mrs. James bedside of Mr. Everett Farra, who is Ramsey. seriously ill at the Good Samaritan Mr. J. W. Bowland of Lexington hospital in Lexington. joined his wife and daughter here for a Several teachers and trustees from short visit. this county arc in Frankfort this week Judge Jennings (ireenleaf of Rich- attending the conference of Education mond was in Lancaster Saturday on at the Capitol building. leg-j- l business. Mr. W. E. Walker in ordering his Mr. and Mrs. George White have re- Record sent to Jellico Tenn., tells us he turned from a stay with relatives in has a good position with the Cooke Lincoln county. Jellico Coal Co. at that place. Mrs. Clarence Williamson of LexingMr. Robert B. Arnold returned to his ton was the rscent guest of her cousin home in Colorado Springs Colo. MonMiss Bertha Burnside. day after a months visit with his Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro parents Mr. and Mrs. James A Arnold. Ohio is the guest of her parents Mr. Lancaster sightseers have been busy and Mrs. W. B. Mason. the past week visiting the scene of Mrs. Kidd has returned to her home disaster at Paint. Lick aiid the high ' ! ' Mrs. Andrew Hemphill of Nicholasville was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Arnold. Mr. T. L. Baughman of Boyle has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beazley this week. Mesdames H. II. Herndon and F. S. Hughes motored to Danville Tuesday and spent the day. Mrs. Nannie Gaines of Muskogee Okla. arrived Tuesday for a visit toX'r. and Mrs. Ed. C. Gaine3. Miss Elsie Zimmer has returned from a stay of several weeks with her uncle Mr. Renner of Michigan. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad's many friends are glad to see him out again after an illness of ten days or more. FiourMHIs Lancaster Elevator rS)X'C3 1)JTII) )))). Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of Stanford was the guest on Tuesday of Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and daughter. )')) 5 Srir-7- li esldlned and Patented omparative Digestibility of Food Made in Tiiq Standard Ever Since and Roofs put on twenty-siyears ago are as good as new have never needed repairs. What is the result? Why practically every other thingle manufacturer is trying to imitate it, so be not deceived look for the words "Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." embossed on the corrugation. It is put there for your protection. Accept no substitute. For Sale by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street. x y, with difiereni Baking Powders I Philadelphia, Pa. '&&&&&&&! vi h h Ben'! Roast rlst From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows: Bread made with Royal Cream of Tartar Powder t 100 Per Cent Digested . "f the Driver for dumpinga load of just as you were passing. What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of dirt or stone in it By the way, don't you need some for stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need Coal Bread made with phosphate powder: 684 Per Cent Digested j Bread made with alum powder: 67 Per Cent. Digested 1 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. These tests, which are absolutely reliable and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely digestible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found to largely retard the digestion of the food made from them. Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it is the source of very many bodily ailments. Mrs. Henry Riddleberger of Paint Lick was the guest of Misses Lucy and ders and other live devices; but it has Tommie Frances Wednesday. to fight competition in the market. Mrs. W. O. Rigney and Messrs Joel This company poisons all sources of Walker and A. K. Walker were in news and infoimatiou. Its Richmond for the burial of Miss Hallie statements are the most remarkable Walker. ever made for the eonsumpti-iof an Mrs.J. E. Stormes returned home intelligent people. The arguments in Monday after a pleasant visit of ten one city refute the arguments in andays with Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of other. The contentions of one period are ignored or set aside under other Covington. conditions. i Misses Martha and Helen Gill will The public is seriously informed that give a reception Saturday afternoon at the bigger the business the greater the 4 o clock for the bride-eleMiss Katie cost and the less the profit. Lee Denny. Yet this company goes on trying to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.. Brown have re- - make business as big as possible. turned to their home at Buckej e. Mr. Nicholasville The Mecca. j Brown having sufficiently recovered from his illness as to make the change. Since the stringency in the local liqThe Chautauqua Circle met Wednes- uor situation has taken place, Nicholasday afternoon at the home of. Mrs. B. ville has become the Mecca for the F. Hudson. The Subject for discussion thirsty, that being the nearest and most was the Nineteenth Centurv in French' available place to secure stimulants. Automobiles, vehicles and foot passen Literature" ger j, each according to his means, wend Mr. Jeff Dunn and son Jack and Mr. their way to this oasis in the rapidly Huguely, of Lexington, motored to Lan- - widening desert. A word of warning caster, on last Sunday to accompany to those who are making these pilgrim-MaJJun- n home, after a visit to her ages would not come amiss: you are not sister-Misse- s Bane and Knapp West. permitted to bring into dry territory ! more than one gallon of intoxicants, Our friend since our boyhood days and now an ardent subscriber of the anu lnal mu!5t oe I"Hveiy lor your Record, Mrs. Malinda Cotton, of own individual use; you are not permitKirkiville, in renewing her subscription ted to bring in any quantity of intoxi-tant- s into dry territory for hire, and gives expression to the following; "We think the Dear Old Record improves even a drink or your expenses in the The all the time and feel we could not do eyes of the law means "hire". eyes of the local police are strained in without it". that direction, and if you "take a Invitations have been received by chance" even if it be at the dead hour Lancaster relatives to the marriage of of midnight, you are liable to fall into Dr Joseph Cowherd of Kansas City and the clutches of the law. The prohibi- Miss Lula Price Grant of Danville. The tion laW3 have been rigidly enforced in wedding will occur Tuesday afternoon Lancaster in late years, and there is to April 15th at three thirty ocIock The be no laxity at this time, so if you wish prospective bride is the second daugh- to keep out of the clutches of the s, ter of Dr.. and Mrs. S. P. Grant of it would be well for you to heed Danville and a niece of Messrs W. A., this warning. T. J., Ed and N. B. Price and .Mrs. ' S. C. White Leghorns. Emma Grant of this city. My stock from prize winners at At-- , When thinking of the best insurance lanta, Louisville and other shows. A of any kind that mony can possibly few Cockerels for sale, Per buy, remember us. setting of 15. J MgSMoun? Stults & Stults Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, Ky. I n i J J ' 6ffi-cer- Charleston V.'. Va. is among the the cities that is suffering severely .a u, aliUi imhii y from high water. Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller received a message Tuesday A special sale on buggies anI harness from there stating that all of their V. J. Romans. f people were safe, but had been compelled to abandon their homes temjwrarily. For cement. coI, sainl am! rfteJc. Mr. ami Mrs. Milter have three f Garrard Milling Co. daughters in Charleston, Mrs. Joeph Oar Baggies are as good as you can Elsener and famiiy. Miss Clara Miller Conn Bros. who is cashier in the leading department get for the money. store in that city and Miss Annie who For cement, coal, sand and rock at is there on a visit, also Mr. Jake .Milter f Garrard Milline Co. a son is married and resides there. We have a full line of Hardware, get Had A Han: Time GeUFng Keac. our prices. Conn Bros. Mias Elie Zimmer returned Sunday Cement, samJ, rock, salt, coal, lfrae from an extended visit to her uncle. and brick. Garrard Milling Co. .Mr. Charles Renner, in Boyne City I am offering gieat bargains in bug-Mich. Miss Zimmer left Boyne City on Tuesday March 2t!th, which was before gies and harness. the severe flood set in; she reached Fort f W. J. Roman Wayne Ind.. where she was informed We can save you money on V.'k all travel u h ,.- afltr a Conn Bros. wait of a day ami a night in Fort Way feeing. ne, she succeeded in catching a train as YoH w;,i migS a bargain if you do far as Richmond Ind., where she was not get a bugg-o- r set of harness xvhUe again held up. and after another wart tj,e special sale is going on. succeeded in reaching Indianapolis, and .f jomane from there she escaped to Louisville and thence home. See our Disc Harrow and corn She upon he was accompanied planters. Conn Bros. upon her round about journey by Just mail us a card when you need Master William Theodore Rentier, good insurance of any kind We will the four jear old son of Mr. and protect your interest always. Mrs. Charles Renner. and the manly Stults & Stults Lancaster. Ky. little youngster never complained of fatigue until he reached Stanford; in For Sale. fact he was an advantage to Miss Zim. Two Haverland gold band meat dishes mer upon the journey as upon one occasion she was enabled to secure a room one mahogany music cnbinet. Apply at one of the many crowded hotels only at this ollice. through compassion for the child. Wanted: Reliable white woman to keep house for two. Seeking A Telephone Monopoly. Apply to Mrs. Bright Herring. 2t The Evening Post has published a 321 Hill Court. most striking table of telephone rates. Let the Continental Insurance Com- II shows that the aim of the American pany be your best friend in case ou Telephone and Telegraph Company. have a loss by Fire, Lightning or wind. whoe representative is the Cumberland It jiays in full. Telephone Company in Louisville, is the Stults & Stults, Agents 1 most remorseless of all public set vice Lancaster. K. corporations. Wherever it goes, ittakes All iiersons having claims against whatever the people will surrender to Miss Mary Marshbank will present them it. It fears most of all competition. properly sworn to by lawyer before the Next to that, it fear3 reasonable regufirst day of May 1913. lation. It can fight regulation in the J. R. Marshbanks, Ex. courts by injunction;., restraining ort-t-t-t-si-vkd. r .. -- .l.. ,J .m YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUjLV. j Donl Put It Off. As delays are dangerous when dealing with Fire. Lightning and Wind. Let us protect you with a Continental Policy. -2t Stult & Stults Agents. Notice To Contractors. and specifications for the consolidated school at Buena Vista are in my office. The County Board will meet Tuesday April 29 to receive bids for same. 4Jennie Higgins, Supt. PIan3 -t Notice To Trustees. Blanks for taking the census for the coming school year are in my office. Owing to the extra sheets added this year it 13 almost impossible to mail them, and I kindly ask each trustee to call and get these blanks in order that the census may be completed as early in April as possible. -t Jennie Higgins. Supt. 1- Fcr Sale. Five Jersey heifers; two fresh with heifer calves and the other to be fresh from two to three weeks. Two yearling Jersey bulls (subject to register) ready for service. Will sell either but not the two. Three pairs of horse mule3 coming three. One pair mare mules coming three and one pair horse mules coming five. This stock can t)e seen at my farm 3 J miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye pike. 7. T. Rice. D. B. Pelphrey, Manager Phone 347 A. 2-- t. UPHOLSTERING. For upholstering and re- qairing phone your orders to No. 70 or drop me a card in care of S. D. Turner, Lancaster Ky. Box couches and mattreSSeS 3 SDeCialtV i a11 work grantee. Coyle The Upholster. rSSK "MiMUVJ.' r '.."?'. -- j". rji"' Pi u sr 8 SI R m. Is by far the LARGEST in quantity, the prettiest PATTERNS both, Floral and Oriental, and the .QAI PRIP.P ic rio-hin U1U oof i ....... . w . w w .wa aaawwiw a.aawa- - aw ib..w, whinh waft miri ftnrP.ri hv rmr onnrmnnc V111..J-I-PQ ill the. IWOL fcmr Hnwo UO.J'Oi t -.- Our Selection Of RUGS r--w. R J 1 I I W V VV Let Us 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 is GI place to buy your HOUSE FURNISHINGS for Spring. Give us a trial and we will Guarantee you perfect satisfaction and value received for your money. Si g O$0 The Store Beautiful Hurt If Exxrxjrxxxjocjrxxxxxv 5i Anderson ;JwgBgMM9909e080CmO Bright Spot w m In Lancaster. 8 00 News Of The Churches. i WHAT WOOLTEX MEANS TO YOU your spring coat or suit has the Wooltex label in it, you are absolutely protected and assured on these points, among others: tMjKAciiiipMM I CARDS. n FARMER'S lit too-- COLUMN oosoooo OOOOCMOOOCI The Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet Monday afternoon April 7th at 3 oclock in the church. Rev. D. W. Morgan of Louisville, will preach at the Baptist church, next Sunday morning and evening. S. M. Martin, of Lebanon, Tenn. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Prices Right. 354-A. dpaco below this heading Is for the exc'u-iv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and snch things on farm as tne larmer cannot afford to tlse. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the ICOED. free of charge Owing to the serious illness of Rev. Good Service. the Phone meeting scheduled to take place at the Lancaster, Baptist Church last week was Sunday school services are held at the Hiattsville church every Sunday afternoon and as these are all union services the public is most cordially invited. Due notice of preachings at this church will be announced in this column. Big Law Suit. - Kentucky. Silas Moss bought a milk cow of G. B. Swinebroad for $70. W. R. Cook bought a nice harness horse of Ed Bourne for $165. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) WMMSki v.v " Green Clay Walker bought of Tom Arnold a buggy horse for $125. Milk cow and calf v " "rr . , This label on every Wooltex garment ' Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office for sale. Jacob White, Paint Lick Ky. bu- FIRST: SECOND: THIRD: FOURTH: FIFTH: That the style is authentic and correct. That the cloth used is absolutely all pure wool. That the garment will keep its shape. Lapels will lie flat. Edges and surfaces will not curl or wrinkle. Creases occasioned by actual wear will disappear when the garment is hung up. Even a soaking rain will have no lasting effect on the Wooltex wearer's appearance. The coat or suit will give at least two season's satisfactory service. This is GUARANTEED. at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky I J. W. Hill of McCreary has 50 shels of yellow seed corn for sale $1.00 per bushel. at The western Union Telegraph Com-- 1 pany for many years has used the right 1VI ot way of the L. & N. Railroad Company. Its lease expired some months Who So Ever Will. ago and now the telegraph company is Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT seeking to condemn the right to use and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. the railroad company's land for its The Old Reuable Barber. poles. Tie suit is in the Federal Court and will probably cost the telegraph HENRY DUNCAN company a very large sum of money. OJ EI rrnri A. T. Traylor wishes it understood that he will not stand either his horse or Jack this season. Hubble and Eubanks sold a car lonrl of mules in Atlanta this week at an ' average of $198. a round. T. P. King has for sale about 60 nice young ewes that are lambing now that you can buy worth the money. W. B. Mos3 of this city wanta a good milk cow that is fresh. Cant some of our readers furnish him one? That the price you pay for Wooltex is the LOWEST often by a good many dollars at which the same quality and satisfaction can be bought. Mr. Bright Herring Sells His Farm. R.m Offlce Boars Wooltex Coats $15. to $25. Wooltex Suits $25. to $40. Our store is the only one in Boyle, Mercer, Garrard, and Lincoln counties where you can buy Wooltex. We show many other suits besides Wooltex and begin with some excellent suits made of all wool mixtures, lin-ed witn all silk Peau de Cygne. with shields and pockets at $975. Others at $13.50, $15-0and up in all the new shapes of Balkan blouses as well as staples. Always best possible suits for the price. I Hughes and Swinebroad the real estate dealers sold for Mr. Bright HerIT1. ring his farm of 214 acres on the new DENTIST. Danville pike on the waters ot Dix river, to James I Hamilton, price private. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky Possession to be given on January 1, 1014. Mr. Herring contemplates buying property nearer town. This is one of the best located and best improved farms in Garrard county. ton. l p.m. to 4. OClce oyer Stormes' Drug Store B. Walter. jjjj Let Sanders and Ham shear your sheep and clip your horses, price right. Hyattsville Ky. Phone 337 G. For SALE:-Pur- e bred S. C. Rhode Island cockrels $1.00 each. Mrs. J. W. Helm. Penick, Marion Co., Ky. Farm work is considerably behind all over Kentucky and it will take manv warm days before things get to going SILK DRESSES. Silk Dresses suitable for street and church wear, others for afternoon and others for receptions and full dress. The materials are Crepe du Chene, Crepe Meteors, Charmeuse, Messalines. Poplines, and Silk Serges in all the popular colors. Prices range from $9.75 to $40. Evening and party dresses in Nets, Chiffons, Crepes, etc from $6.50 to $35.00. $1.00, at $1.25, a number of excellent styles in Ginghams and Percales. Many others at eveay price on up to $4.00 See these and save money and worry. SILK WAISTS. Hundreds of them and all new. White Crepe du Chene Waists at and $5.00. Beautiful Chiffon Waists at $3.50, $4.00 and up to $6.00. Colors to match all suits. $3-5- WASfr DRESSES. than 200 entirely new Tub Dresses made in over fifty new styles at every price from $3.50 to $30. The maMore SILK PETTICOATS. Petticoats made in excellent styles with deep ruffles and in all the popular colors Two special lots or pure silk Messaline terials are French Linens, Russian Linens, Ratines, Ginghams, Tissues, Pique2 Etc. These alone are well worth com ii g to see. at $1.75 and $1.98. FINE CORSETS. We are exclusive agents for three of the finest lines of Corsets in the market. LINGERIE DRESSES. Many exquisite White dresses made of the new Voiles and Crepes. We begin these with a remarkably fine lot of dresses at $5.00 and at all prices on up to $40.00 it will pay you to see these if only to get ideas. "Judge" James P. Bourne. The law provides that in the absence or disqualification of the county judge mat tne nearest magistrate shall act in his stead. Thi3 proviso has enabled "Squire J. P. Bourne to don the ermine on several occasions of late, and he performed the functions of the office as if he had been accustomed to it all his life. Last week he had a case of several men to come before him for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, the suave Judge fined four of them $11. each and the costs, but the fifth, through his attorney Judge Browning, a recent acquisition to the local bar, demanded a trial by jury, it being the constitutional right of every citizen to have a trial by a jury of his peers; a jury was empanelled, and the prisoner being charged with an offense a little more grave than the other four, the said jury found a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at a fine of $50. and costs. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Hm' .good. Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs Ed and N. B. Price have just re- cieved a pair of "gilt-edge- " Duroc hog3 which they purchased of Sam i Sullivan of Bloomfield at a fancy price. Royal blood and splendid individuality. I have 22 home raised White Chester A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. shoats for sale healthy, weight, about 80 pounds. to buy J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky clover hay. I wantG. B. some good Swinebroad. Mr. J.JF. Foley, of Hackley purchased of Mr. T. O. Hill of Buckeye, a jack for $400. He also has a good Stallion, As administrator of the personal both of which will estate of the late D. P. Burdett, deceas 1913 at Mr. Foleys make the season of barn. ed, I will on TUESDAY, APRIL 8th 1913, Live Slock Insurance. at the late residence of the deceased, Sell to the highest and best bidder, the Against death from any cause on all following property: classes of animals. It pays to insure 1 good brood mare, 30 new hemp them with us, your business appreciate brakes, a full set of Carpenters Tools, ed. Stults & Stults Lancaster, Ky. consisting of planes, hatchets, saws, hammers, braces and bits, augers, Lawson and Brown shipped a car chisels, mallets, boring machine and load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. many other small tools; about 200 feet These popular traders have bought of clear oak lumber, and household and about 1000 lambs for future delivery at kitchen furniture. Sale begins at 2 prices ranging from 6J to 7 cents. Public Sale HOUSE DRESSES. the hundreds, because we show such an immense assortment and at prices about what the making alone costs at home. We begin the line with real We are selling them by Warners Rust Proof Corsets $1.00 to $2.50. Redfern Corsets $3.00 to $10.00 Gossard Front Lacing Corsets $3.50 to $10.00, A correct Corset is very important to your appearance. FLATWOOD Willie Radford visited at John Long-wortlast Sunday. Rev. A. C. Beard and wife visited at Wm. CroucTiorns on Sunday last. Squire Coldiron is sick with a severe attack of headache and neuralgia. Mrs. M. F. Cormney sold a fat cow to Sam Anderson for 5J cents a pound. W. H. Furr sold a two year old heifer to Mrs. George Elam for $30.00 B. C. Anderson has moved from Broadhead to his farm near FlatWood. Ben Cormney at.d little Julia May Walker visited- - his mother Mrs. M. F. Cormney and his home folks near Flatwood last Sunday. hs p'clockp. m. It will cost you no more to buy your corset from us and be properly fitted by an expert Corsetierre. TERMS made known on day of sale. L. G. DAVIDSON, ADM'R. Am Bourne, AucL Amoskeag Ginghams dresses in checks and solid colors at LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, PIECE GOODS We call special attention to our line of Imported Novelties in White Goods, consisting of Crepe, Voiles, plain and Fancy, Ratine stripe Crepes, Nub Crepes, Stripe Crepes, Satines plain and fancy. These are at all prices from 50c. to $1,50 and are absolutely new and not .to be found elsewhere in this section Attractive lines of plain and fancy dress silks at all prices. 23 inch Crepe du Chenes in all colors at 40c. 40. inch silk stripe Voiles at 50c Silk Serges at $1.00, Foulards at 75c. Crepe Meteors, Charmeuse and Mess&Hnes in all colors. Hundreds of pieces of new Wash Fabrics and many of them different from those you will find at home. Complete line of Dress Linens from the very sheerest Linen Cambrics to the heavest Russian Linens and from 25c. yard to $2.00. B. G. Fox, of Danville, sold to Bright Herring, of Garrard county, a pair of mules for $340: tn J. V Dean, of Garrard, a pair of three-yea- r old mules for $335, and to Joe Wright, of Lincoln county, a pair of three-yeold3for$425. three-year-old ar Aprils CATTLE: Shippers Cattle Hogs Sheep $7 50 8 SS 8 00ts 25 6 75 7 85 5 25 8 5 7 85 8 is S 35 S 90 4 35 6 00 6 85 7 0" 6 2S 67 4 50 8V 3 . 25 7 75 8 850 890 6 75 7 50 12 00 60 7 1100 9 95 10. 9 75 10. 6 00 8 00 7 00 9 50 9 00 9 75 5 00 8 00 8 75 6 00 6 59 4 00 5 75 9 2o 9 00 9 75 65009 35 6 Bntcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Helf.rs, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair j..... Real Estate and Auctioneer. ( A. B. ROBEHTSON & BEO. DANVILLE, (fhe $tm that IffROOltOCKENTUCKY. Coots Buy IF YOU WANT I will give you See Me TO m ( Sell a Farm, Sell a Farm, Cannera Balls, balognas Extra Fat balls..' CALVES: extra Fair to good Common and large HOGS: good packers and butchers Mixed packers Stags Common to choice 2S4 "Back to the Farm" is the cry now going on all over the land, and from every city and hamlet people are scouring the country to secure a small piece of the earth. It is the best investment in the world, and no matter what you pay an acre for it, you are buying it cheap. Mr. R. E. Goddard, of Harrodsburg, reports a very fine filly foal sired by Bohemian King and out of American Lady, by Montgomery Chief. Mr. Goddard has had wide experience in the selection of show colts . and says this one seems to have the type with extreme finish, style and plenty of action. It will be remenbered he showed Kentucky Belle and her Bohemian King filly, Bohemian 'Music, at the fairs last year fand retired her the blue, ribbon filly at the State Fair last fall, but thinks the new arrival & batter one. n at Auction Wire. .. ... rock-botto- prices on Light shippers the Lire hear? fat sows. 50 Choice Farms. Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair LAMBS: extra Good to choice Common to fair or ToHch guxts gkxvts W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Clipped lambs 2t8So