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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 11, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913041101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 11, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section No. TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. 1. THE CE2STRA1. RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARN1SHED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Section No. NUMBER 1 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL Feels like circus time. Ice' Plant Nearing Completion. The new ice factory is being finished Glad Lancaster is an inland town. rapidly and there is no doubt but it County court day is "Horse Show will be entirely finished in time to supply the demrnds of the public, or by order to the coming of warm weather. the Nice Horses Go. South. II, Have 1913. Of Bryantsville To t. "?33iSKS53&33eE33S3X Buena Vista Instead New School. ii. ty ! Day". FARMER! There is always a standing 'Swat the fly". When You pay your good Money for a Farming Implements you should get something that is good and which you $ can get good results from. R Our experience 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 exper- ience in the selection of a line of Mr. Cody of Columbus Ga. was here last week and purchased two nice Farmers busy "bieaking up", sowing horses of W. B. Burton for $420. Mr. Cody had secured a number of horses oats and all kinds of farm wow. in Lebanon and Stanford, and theNmes Lancaster never to be outdone, lent purchased here were taken to Stanford, material aid to the flood sufferers. from which point they were shipped to Every farmer's wife now asks her Columbus. many little chickens neighbor Real Estate Booming. have you"? Real estate in Lancaster is booming scientist has ever No eminent reported would and several transfers are a ferm that discovered every week. Prices are high and counteract spring fever. continue to climb, all of which demAny one can find excuse for being a onstrates the fact that Lancaster is a poor speller since the spelling reform good town in which to live. Many new board made its last report. residences will be built with the coming and hammer of suitable weather. The sound of the saw houses going up and the sight Dr. Amon Goes To School. every where in 'Lancaster. Dr. J. A. Amon left Sunday for The Martins have arrived and the Chicago Ills., where he will take a post pestifierous English Sparrow is giving graduate course at the Chicago Polythem all the room they desire. technic College, which he expects to consume about three weeks. Mrs. than in years, 12 cents in Amon Eggs lower accompanied him as far as Cin. the local market, However, butter is cinnati, where she will remain the still scarce and bringing 25 and 30 cents guest of friends until the Dr.'s return per pound. of-ne- Hard to tell which is the busier, farmer or the politician. In making mention of the new consolidated school to be erected in the county, advertisement for bids for which appears elsewhere in the Record, we inadvertently stated that it was to be erected in the Bryantsville district when it should have been the Buena Vista district. However, as soon as the .legal requirements can be met and the question settled as to just where it shall be located, we hope to chronicle the erection of a new consolidated building in the Bryantsville district. Dr. Carpenter To Lecture Friday Night. opw: f QOO m TS DURABLE o PLUMBING One of the first thoughts in a customer's mind when thinking of plumbing is the cost. Far siehted people, however, recognize that length of service is to be considered in the price so that first cost may be the only cost. You do not want to install plumbing fixtures that must be torn out in a short time, and to avoid this we advise the ii m i installation of 'Standard" plumbing fixtures with which are furnished a signed Dr. J. G. Carpenter of Stanford will lecture at the court house in Lancaster at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening April 11, taking- "Sanitation" for his theme. Dr. Carpenter is president of the State Medical Association, and is perhaps as well qualified to speak authoritatively upon the subject he has chosen as any man in the state, and the lecture will be well worth hearing. The lecture will be given under' the auspices of the Women's Club and no admission fee will be charged. A special invitation is extended to the colored people to attend, the left hand side of the court room will be reserved especially for their usage and all that can possibly do so should attend. - guarantee cer tificate. Our work is done in accord ance with the best methods, and your "5tar.Jarf Bathroom specifications will be observed so that you need have no fear of the durability of the entire job material, workmanship, and fixtures. We want your work, and our methods, experience, and ability for handling your contract form the basis upon which we solicit your order. Ak5B-'- J P2TTzEEEnF? 5ui iU 41i Come in Saturday night and add your All Lancaster People Safe. L & N Favorable To Webb Bill. isc Harrows, ami Cos ters5 Cultivators Etc., Brills, which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. CONN onD -- E Hcnd Lancaster , Ky. We Live and Let Live. I SPRING Our reason for handling the FRAT CLOTHING: name to the roster of the Garrard While harrowing stories come to County Fish & Game Club. It will relatives here of the hardships un you and help the club. benefit dergone by their kinspeople in the flood Metro- zone, we have as yet heard of no person Mr. J. L. McCandless of the politan Life Insurance Co., is with Mr. from Lancaster or the county who lost Henry Simpson this week, paying divi their lives in the storms or waters. All dends to the Imbursment Policy Holders the local colored people have received assurance of the safety of their friends Some one asks the question; "Did and relatives in Dayton, Hamilton and ; you ever think oi tne loneliness oi other submerged towns in southern wealth"? To be honest we never did. Ohio. but always thought we would never McQuerry. have a lonely moment if we had it. The remains of Mrs. George McQuerry Once the Miami valley, the pathway were interred in the Lancaster cemetery of angry waters, on ,Wednesday April of the latest horror 1st Mrs. Mcd against Querry died and was tree-cla- d at her home in Jessamine excess of moisture. Then man came, county of consumption. Before her saw money in standing timber and felled marriage to George McQuerry the it, so now we have the awful aftermath-hom- es deceased was Miss Pauline Scrivener. swept away, family circles She lived in this county many years broken, grief and want and has many friends and acquaintances She was a cousin of Judge J. M. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of here. Benton of Winchester. the U. D. C. will hold its regular conclave next Monday afterAlways To Garrard For The Best. noon at the home of Mrs. Jesse Fox: ProfvCurbett who is connected with the assemblage will be in the nature of a "Shiloh Memorial Sevice" with an the Department of Animal Industry at appropriate program, the later date the Experimental station in Lexington was reserved instead of the proper lias been in Lancaster for several days. anniversary dates, April Gth and 7th. the guest of Dr. R. L. Pontius, who because of a meeting of several other was formerly connected with the station. While here Prof. Corbett organizations on last Monday. purchased a nice five year old mare of Mr. Harry Francis for $150. Prof. Corbett left with his purchase via Nicholasville Jon Monday. The mare will be used for experimental purposes in connection with the work at the station. root-bounonce-a-mon- th We have it upon the most reliable authority that the Louisville & Nashville railroad company have no inclination to antagonize the recently enacted Webb liquor bill. It was not their intention to violate the provisions of this bill, and what they did do was done through a misunderstanding. Our informant tells us that there was an agreement entered into between the officials of the L & N and the officials n League of Ken of the tucky, whereby the latter were to se cure an injunction in the federal court in Cincinnati to restrain the shpiping'of liquor into the state of Kentucky, and that the L & N should accept this injunction. The L & N relying upon this means to prevent the shipments, failed to instruct their agents, as it would not have been necessary had this agree ment been put into effect However, n Lea- for some reason th gue people failed to secure the injunction, and shipments were continued, but as soon as it came to the knowledge of the officials of the road that their company was delivering shipments in violation of the law, they forth with issued instructions to their agents to discontinue the delivery. Anti-SalooAnti-Saloo- ssi OO . g3po WaSr l&L iz2. Bugg les Harness. AND Fiscal Court Of Garrard County Adopts A Measure Which Results In ASaving Of Four Hundred To Dollars The Annually County. I Real Estate Transactions. I lining The Frat Fop Young Men I have been in the Clothing business for more than twenty years Traveled for an Eastern Clothing Manufacturer for twelve years, and I have watched the progress of the different Clothing Manufacturers in order that I might buy and give to my customers the very best Clothing for the least money. i Messrs F. G. Hurt and H. C. Hamilton have sold the home place of the late John K. West, which they recently purchased of the executor, to Mr. R. P. Gregory for S3200. They reserved the beautiful residence lot immediate east of and'adjoining the property. Mr. William H. Lackey has purchased of James I. Hamilton the storehouse and residence on Richmond street adjoin ing the property of Mrs. U. D. Simpson, and known originally as the ''Powell corner", for $3200. Arson Again Perpetrated In Garrard County And An Effort To Destroy Human Life Seems To Have Been Involved In The Plot. I Consider The FRAT LINE The BEST On The Market. When it comes to Style, Workmanship and Quality it has no equal. have hand made button holes, colThe"coats are padded. Collars are hand felled at top and botlars and lapels are hand tom with pure dye silk, made with open shoulders felled by hand with s at sleeves, so they can easily be lengthened or shortened by opening the lining. You can readily see from the above that they are made just as well at any tailor can make them. Our line is complete. We are showing all the latest models, also all the new styles and shades in goods, Blacks and Blue Serges. The New Brown, Tans, Plaids, Etc. In these Suits we handle the PERFECTION LINE made by the same people. You will find the high, standard of workmanship in our Knee Suits as in our Young Mens' Suits. Our SHOE Department is complete with the BEST LINES on the market. Bench-Tailored, out-let- LADIES READY-TO-WEA- R. New arrivals every day, don't fail to call and look them over. Our Furnishing Goods Department is complete. Just received a new shipment of Shirts, Hats, Underwear. Neckwear, Hosiery, Etc. We honestly believe if you will give us a showing we can save you money. H. T. It v -- Loan u- The home of Link Miller on Scott's Fork of Sugar Creek in this county was destroyed by Are on Tuesday night and only by herculean efforts were Mr. and Mrs. Miller enabled to escape with their lives, and in their night clothes, they claiming that the door was securely fastened, probably by the party Who applied the torch, from the outside. The fire occurred about 11 o'clock and only a part of one bed was saved from the flames. The indications are that the window of the room in which Mr. and Mrs. Miller slept was pned open and a torch applied to the inside. Cap't. V. G. Mulliken's blood hounds were sent for and arrived on the scene Wednesday, they immediately took a scent and we are "informed trailed to the nearby home of Mrs. Bud Pendleton, who with several sons lived in the vicinity, and our informant tells U3 the dogs passed by the boys and ended their hunt near Mrs. Pendleton. Our informant was also authority for the statement that there was ill feeling between Mrs. Pendleton and the Millers. The burning occured in the immediate neighborhood of the barn burnings for which John Simpson and Othel East were convicted at the last term of circuit court and sentenced to the but there seems to have taken scant warning from their fate, and it will be necessary to convict others This latest occurence will be thoroughly investigated, the state fire marshal will probably give assistance, and there is but slight doubt that the guilty parties will be run to earth and made to suffer for their misdoings. peue-tentiary, The Garrard county Fiscal Court was last week, with all members present. The term of the county treasurer having expired, the court let it be known that it would receive bids from the various banks for the custodianship of the county funds. There was only one bidder, the Garrard Bank & Trust Co., whose bid was an offer to pay the county the sum of $100. per year for the handling of the county funds, and this bid was accepted and Mr. J. W. Elmore was appointed county treasurer, for the use and benefit of the said bank. The county treasurer has heretofore been paid $300. per annum for his services, and the new arrangement results in a saving of $400. per annum to the county. The last session of the legislature extended the term of county treasurer from 2 to 4 years, and the bank under the present arrangement will have the county deposits for that length of time. Mr. Cronley Broaddus, secretary of the County School Board, reported to the court that the levy for school purposes would have to be increased from 10 cents to 20 cents on the $100. and $1.50 poll tax, which is the legal limit. This raise was necessitated by the number of school buildings being erected throughout the county and the necessary repairs and improvement to the old ones. Dr. Wm. Burnett resigned as county physician and Dr. W. Mc. Elliott was chosen in his stead. The court was in session on Tuesday and Friday of last week and besides the business above mentioned, allowed the routine county claims for the previous year; they then adjourned until Tuesday of this week when some turnpike matters were taken up. in session Lancaster's Donations Acknowledged. You'll Pull No Long Face. over your bargains if you buy a carriage from us. On the contrary your face will be all smiles as you find that in actual use the carriage is even better than you thought. For it will stand any amount of service on account of its honest materials and skilled construction. Let us show you-- . W. J. ROMANS. We are in Need of Hams, Bacon, - Eggs, Butter. Highest Market Price Paid for all Country Produce. t The following letter from Mayor Lee of Maysville shows w4ere the dona tions gathered together by the local people were disposed of, and it also expressed the gratitude with which they were received. MAYOR'S OFFICE. Maysville, Ky April F. HL Tinder, Lancaster, Kentucky. Dear Sir:- On behalf of the suffering citizens of this city we desire to thank you and your Committee for the provisions and clothing sent us in time of need. Same has been duly received and distributed and should the occasion ever require it we will be pleased to return the favor. Very truly yours, J. Wesley Lee, Mayor, 4th-191- 3. Davidson & Doty t FANCY GROCERIES. MEATS. '4fc f t: . & ' ; V . i . l- - - '' Xi 1 r?t 5 AC- - - jR-s- - 'jjr,r r" -- j " " Complete SHOE STOC ei rsni pirssritJiitirim 11 lr- - ir. m Our stock of Shoes for Men, Women and Children is complete in every respect and we consider that we have the best assortment we have ever had to offer at the ever popular price of I $2.50 $3.50, $5.00 Boys and Mens Clothing of every description including the popular Norfolk Styles. Brown, Blue and Gray are the leading colors and we have them. Don't fail to inspect our stock before buying. J Let Us Show You The New Shapes and Styles which we have selected for the Spring 1913 showing. UrIE J AS W. SMITH, House Of Quality EiiFiFriririE niirn iriri HE m HE HE HE ol the reliei lunu amoumea 10 millions sight year. of dollars, with as much more in rush- $1.00 a Issued Weekly. if it be needed. The government ed troops to the distressed localities to J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. da police and patrol duty, protect the weak and suffering, to bring order out R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. of chaos and to distribute the supplies Entered at the Fost Office In Lancaster, Ky., furnished in the wisest and most sysSecond-Clas- s Mail Matter. as tematic manner. Nor did their compassion stop here, a Member Kentucky Press Association few days ago a delegation ol business and men from all over the country came Eighth District Publishers League. unsolicitaed to Dayton O., the city which seems to most heavily of all have Lancaster, Ky., April 11, 1913. felt the hand of affliction, and said to the people of that city "we will furnish you the i all the supplies and extend you all Rates For Political Announcements! .& ... . an,i 1VMUU1II frU irrr &? J t rouMVltto HIIU For Precinct and Citv Offices ... a.'KJ establish your city." Nor is this all, 10.00 men 0f means are banding themselves or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 together and comtemplating the loan- 10 j ing of large sums of money without For Calls, per line 10 interest for the first year and at ex- For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter- ceedingly low rates thereafter, to be est of individuals or expres- loaned to the distressed people of the sion of individual views, per stricken communities, the laboring peo 10 pie and the working class, to enable line 05 them to rebuild their ruined homes and Obituaries, per line to establish themselves in as comfortWe are authorized to announce the able a manner as before disaster visitfollowing candidates for Democratic ed them. What more striking example could Nominations. we have of the kindliness of heart of For State Senator. the American people tLan this? What better proof that this is the best counCLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. try on earth in which to live? Of Boyle County. m 'nS' ue' physicians, nurses, every n HEwENTRAL Dinfinn Iwant was ministered to, and theamount RECORD I incorporated. ' man in his effort to redeem the pledges made to the people. The bill for the revision 01 me tarm, wnicn represenieu untold labor upon the part of Mr. was Underwod and his colleagues, presented, and contained sweeping reductions along many lines, especially, food stuffs, clothing and agricultural implements. Mr. Mitchell Kelly Loses Child. I Christine the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kelly of Danville, formerly of this county, died at their home on Tuesday of pneumonia and the remains were interred in the Danville cemetery Wednesday. Mr. Kelly is a brother of Mrs. Jennie Com- Piv of th;a' .tv f nH sh w nn,i m; stiia .. rf J Comely of the Recerd office attended the funeral. "" ' V.V to V ' First Home Grown Beans Of Season. Mrs. Zimmer has a large box of flowers in the window of the Kengarlan, which are taken up in the fall of the year and transplanted in the spring. In this box of flowers is a "Kentucky Wonder" bean vine and thereon hangs about .half dozen beans about four inches in length, just about right for the table. This is a suggestion to hot house gardeners. Paint Lick Bridge Being Rebuilt. ing his 82nd birthday at the time of his death. He had lived out a long and useful life in the county of his birth, loved and respected by all, a kindly, christian gentleman, upright citizen, consistent churchman, good friend and neighbor and one of those splendid men for which the locality in and around Kirksville is so justly noted. Mr. Cotton had been married twice, his first wile being Miss Talitha Walker, and five children of this union survive him as follows. Mrs. C. B. Turner Cottonburg, W. T. Cotton of Morence Mich, and Messrs James A., Charles and Samuel Cotton of this county. After the death of his first wife, Mr. Cotton was married on the Cth day of May 1896 to Miss Malinda Romans, who is a sister of Mr. W. J. Romans of Lancaster, and she also survives him. At the breaking out of the Civil war Mr. Cotton espoused the Union cause and served throughout the hostilities. He was a consistent member of the Baptist church, having been a Deacon of the Gilead church for 4n years. Mr. Cotton was a frequent visitor to this county to see his relatives and also a host of friends, who always eagerly welcomed the visits of the kindly old gentleman, and the Record joins with them in sincere regrets that they are at an end. Henry. Farra. The Oregonia Bridge Co. of Lebanon O. are engaged in repairing and replac- ing the bridge over Paint Lick creek at Paint Lick which was washed from its moorings during the freshet on the morning of March 26th. The bridge was considerably twisted and damaged, but can be put back in place and made to answer as well as a newbridge, and at much less cost. The woik is pected to be completed in about three weeks. ht The "bread line" in Dayton 0 im- mediately following the great flood dis- aster in that city was at one time com- posed of 82,000 people. Think of it, this many people in one long line seek- For County Judge. mg food with which to sustain them- CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. selves and their families until they JAMES A. BEAZLEY. have relief from the flood demon. Not charity seekers, for money in pro-- 1 For Sheriff. fusion would not purchase one meager .. n C. A. ROBINSON. L0Jal 10 OUniy raper. loaf of bread in that stricken city, but ASHBY ARNOLD. substantial citizens of the once pros-- i The Central Record is ratified at the W. L. LAWSON. perous town who had lost their homes continued increase in its subscription W. S. CARRIER. from the flood. The millionaire was list, and will try to show its appreciation there along with the humblest laborer by improving it all the time. Miss For County Attorney. who had been wont to labor in the Eliza Ison, who is loyal to her county ditch for the support of his family, t naner and thinks everv Garrard home G. B. SWINEBROAD. each with a basket on his arm, and , should takeit, is soliciting subscribers GREEN CLAY WALKER. each were served alike, no distinction ' for us in lower Garrard, it goes without For Jailer. was made between the two, each re- - saying that she is meeting with success, ceived so much no more, and went j because energy and enthusiasm 'backed JACK ADAMS. away satisfied, even thankful that . by a paper that is worth the money is DAVE ROSS. things were no worse. John H. Pat- - bound to succeed. terson, millionaire president .of the For Assessor. Modern Corsetery Au Art. National Cash Register Co. who was DAVE C. SANDERS. Miss Annette Tush of the Gossard E. B. RAY. and given a jail sentence for a violation Corset Co., was with the Joseph MerJ. B. COLLIER. of the federal trust laws, was the lead- cantile Co., last week explaining the W. L. HUFFMAN. ing figure in the Citizens Relief Com- merit of the Gossard Corset, fitting and mittee, and gave unstintingly of both showing remarkable results in figure For School Superintendant. his time and his means to the relief of improvment. Modern corsetry is now MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. his home city, thus showing to the recognized as an art Miss Tush's comworld that even in the veins of a Mon- ing to our town twice a year gives the For Magistrate. ey King the milk of human kindness country woman the same advantage 1st District. flows, and it needs but the proper in the city woman has, that of being fitJOHN N. WHITE. centive to set it flowing in behalf of ted by an expert corseteire to a corset WALTON E. MOSS. his fellow man. that suits the figure thereby insuring SHIPTONH. ESTES. comfortable health. A Gossard Corset DAVIS SUTTON. Conneticut this week voted to elect correctly fitted is a joy forever' Mrs. United Senators by popular vote, mak- Joseph took lessons in corset fitting 2nd District ing the thirty fifth state to take this from Miss Tush and will be pleased to CHARLES C. BECKER. action, which .assures that manner of have you give her a trial. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. their election in future. LOGAN ISON. Good Roads Meeting. This phase of affairs ha3 a vital effect upon the senatorial race in Kentucky Our popular road supervisor Mr. There is not a country on earth and will in all probability postpone the Cleveland Bourne attended the County through the veins of whose people the primary election of next August, in so Road Engineer's convention held at milk of human kindness flows more far as the senatorial race is concerned, Louisville this week and returned freely and in greater profusion than until 1914. home Wednesday. He reports a very Mr. Charlton Thompson of Covington enjoyable trip as well as a profitable those of the United States. Ordinarily they are a steady going, money getting, Ky., who was one authors of the one, being entertained royally by the business people, apparently no more primary election law of 1912, was in Louisville Publicity League. The Natsympathetic than people of other coun- Washington when the news came of ional Government had road models on tries, each one intent upon their own Conneticut's ratification of the amend- exhibition under the direction of Mr. affairs, and seemingly oblivious to the ment providing for popular election of M. O. Eldridge, assistant in charge of necessities of their fellowmen. But let senators, and vouchsafed the following road management, United States office a general calamity befall the nation, statemeut:- of public roads. This exhibition is one and these same people become veritably "In my opinion, the action of the Con- of the finest exhibits ever put on by alive to the distress and misery of their necticut Legislature in ratifying any county and haa gained a reputaneighbors. Their homes are thrown the constitutional amendment providing tion throughout the United States open, their purse strings are loosened for the direct election of United States wherever it has been shown. Kentuces if bv magic, and the entire aspect of Senators automatically postpones the ky was indeed very fortunate in securKentucky senatorial primary called for ing this exhibit Cleve says he is gothe country is changed. The recent terrible flood disaster August 1913, until August 1914." ing to show us what a good road is and served to exemplify this fact more fully how to maintain it, so here's hoping than it was ever demonstrated before. President Wilson broke a precedent he will. The distress of those in the flood zone established 112 years ago when he Cotton. appealed stronglyTo the entire popul- appeared before Congress, which ace of the United States, and the citi. convened in extraordinary session on Mr. Nathaniel Cotton died at his zens everywhere responded nobly and last Monday and read his message to home in Kirksville on Monday morning liberally to the distress cry of their that body. In a clear and concise of the infirmities incident to old age, suffering fellowmen. Supplies of every manner he set forth what he thought and his remains were laid to rest at conceivable nature was rushed by any should be done for the welfare of the Gilead in Madison county on Wednesavailable means of transit to relieve country and earnestly requested that day. Mr. Cottonwas born in Madison their immediate necessities, food, cloth- - his colleagues stand by him, man to county oh May 18, 1831 and was near- JOHN M. FARRA. J. R. MOUNT. ' I J I of-thto-d- For Representative. Immediately following the telegram of the 2d inst announcing the serious illness in Crystal City Tex. of Mr. James R. Henry, notice of which was made in last weeks Record, came the news of his death. The . remains arrived in Lancaster on last Saturday and on Sunday afternoon after funeral services at the grave by Rev. Tinder and the local Knights of Pythias lodge, of which order he was a member, and loved well, all that was mortal of this splendid gentlemen was laid beneath the sod in the Lancaster cemetery. Mr. Henry was born in Garrard county, a son of the late "Uncle Buck" Henry, one of the most highly respected citizens-wh- o ever lived in Garrard county, and the deceased followed closely in the footsteps his of respected father and became one of the most creditable citizens of the county. A man of the highest integrity, of pleasing personality he made friends with all with whom he came in contact, and who knew him as friend once, never considered him otherwise. Until a few years Mr. Henry resided in this county, but disposed of his farm here and moved to Kirksville in Madison county, but his heart was ever in Garrard as is evidenced by a wish expressed to one of his sons, voiced just previous to leaving for what proved to be his last earthly home, that he might in case of his death be brought back to his home county for burial. Mr. Henry bought a farm near Kirksville and also engaged in the mercantile business at that place. A year or two ago he became a great sufferer from rheumatism, at one time being in a very serious condition from that malady, but he rallied, and was able to be about his duties. However, he felt that the confinement incident to mer cantile pursuits was injurious to his health, he concluded to dispose of his holdings and sought a climate, which he hoped would prove beneficial to his health. With this end in view he moved in last January to Chrystal City rex., duc me cnange proved ol no avail, rheumatism and its complications had too strong a hold upon him and upon last Wednesday the end came, His faithful wife and daughter Miss Lillie, and two sons, Walter and James, were with him at the time of his death and accompanied the remains to this place. Mr. Henry was 63 years of age and had been married twice, his first wife being a sister of Mr. Sweeney Morgan of this place, and his second wife, who survives him, was a Miss Williford. Besides hi3 wife he is'survived by six sons, Messrs Will, John. Cully, Dave, Walter and James and five daughters, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. E. B. Creech. Mrs. D. S. Murry, Mrs. Thos. Hill and Miss Lillie Henry, and to these goes out the tenderest love and sympathy of a host of warm friends arfd admirers in their great affliction, the lost of the Husband and father,- - and iii I Subscribe which the Record joins. - Mr. Everett A. Farra died at his home near Lexington on the Harrods-bur- g pike at 3:30 o'clock Monday morning. Mr. Farra had been ill for some time of Bright's disease and heart! trouble, and had been at the Good Samaratin hospital for some time, but his condition so improved that he was taken to his home on last Saturday and ' did not long survive the change. Are 100 Per Cent Efficient and Are Mr. Farra was a step son of Mrs. Fannie Farra, and a half brother of Mrs. S C. Denny and Messrs John M. and Earl Farra of this place, and be- -' sides these relatives he is survived by Wheels The Hubs are of the best quality, his wife, three daughters. Misses ' black birch. The rims are of oak and spokes of Madge, Lucile and Lillian Farra and oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set two sons Lucien and Ralph Farra, and ' hot by hydraulifi pressure machines. A special feature of also by one sister, Mrs. Mamie Thomp' son of Lexington. these Famous Columbus Wheels is th5 sand band, which ex Mr. Farra had long been a member tends well over the collar and prevents sand and grit from and was a liberal supporter of Providropping to the bearing This means increase durability. dence Christian church, which issituat-- l ed on the Nicholasville pike seven So with all other parts of Columbus Wagons, Box, Box Bottom miles from Lexington, and there the Centerboard, Boxbinder, Wear Irons, Grain Cleate, Double-tree- s, funeral services were held at 2:30 or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Rev. B. C. best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has Deweese, Rev. H. L. Calhoun and been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue Grass Farmers, as Rev. Mark Collis officiating, after! well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illuswhich the remains were taken to Lex- -' trated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this ington for interment in the family lot. j Splendid Farm Wagon. Everett Farra was one of the best ' known and most popular gentlemen in central Kentucky and he had a wide circle of warm friends and admirers in this county where he frequently visited his relatives, and a number of them BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. went over to Lexington to his .funeral. The Lexington press pays high tribute to the memory of Mr. Farra, which shows the unbounded esteem in which he was held by his home people. We reproduce the following eulogy from j i. u. iiuupu ui ciitie university which is taken from the Lexington Herald. "In the death of Mr. Everett Farra. Central Kentucky has lost one of her most useful and unselfish citizens. He L. B. Shouse, Pres. Will Beasley, Mgr. has been a member of the Board ot MAIN STREET. Directors of the Blue Grass Fair since that organization has been in existence, and has time and again formulated plan of operation that has LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. served to increase the importance and In the heart of the shopping district. influence of that fair. He has given of his time and energy each year by serving as superintendent Best Equipped Cafe in the City. of the horse and dairy cattle departments of Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. this fair. Becausn of his eminent success in the operation of the dairy cattle department here the Board of Con- Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from trol of the State Fair selected him last 11:30 a.m. to 2:30"p.'m. September to direct the dairy division Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. at the State Fair at Louisville. Mr. Farra was known all over the United States as a leading spirit in affairs connected with Jersey cattle. Under &lm&Mmmm&MjgMm WMjMMJSMWMi&MPJm 111 his guiding hand the Jessamine County fair has become one of the leading Jersey shows of Central Kentucky. "It will be recalled that during the session of the last Legislature. Mr. Farra went to Frankfort time and again in an effort to assist the University and the Experiment Station in securing appropriations with which to extend their work. He was one of the closest friends in his' benevolent enterprise, of our late lamented director, M. A. Scovell, who frequently sought the counsel of Mr. Farra in convia nection with the operations of the station. "Mr. Farra has been president of the Kentucky.Dairy Cattle Club, which is the leading dairymen's organization of Premier Carrier To The South. Kentucky, during the past two years, and in fact, was more instrumental Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estabthan any one in organizing this associalished between Danville and Louisville which will afford tion, which has done so much for the patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addidairy cattle interests of our State. We feel that Kentucky has lost one of her tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. most useful sons and that his death will SCHEDULE. be a sad blow to the dairy and farming interests of Central Kentucky." GOING. RETURNING. Mr. Farra was an upright, earnest Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m christian gentlemen, zealous in behalf " (4th ave cros'ng) 4:25 p.m Lv Harrodsbcrg 7:50 a.m Lv of any cause which he espoused, never Lv Talmage 8:08 a. m. Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m leaving a stone unturned in behalf of Lv Vanarsdale 8:13 a m Ar McBrayer G:48 p. m the interests which he sought to proLv Salvisa 8:16 a. m. Ar Salvisa 6:56 p. m mote. He Was extensively engaged in Lv McBrayer 8:24 a m. Ar Vanarsdale 7:02 p. m the raising of fine stock, especially Lv Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m Ar Talmage 7:08 p. m dairy cattle, and that interest in KenAr Louisville 10:45 a. m. Ar Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m tucky owes much to his efforts in its (4th Ave Crossing) behalf. Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville 7:45 p. m His friends here have listened eagerly since his illness for tiding3 from his This Train Makes all Local Stops. bedside, and so encouraging was the news received that they had come to hope for his recovery and the news of his death was a severe shock. 124 South St. LOUISVILLE, KY. -- 1913 H&i5s?Ki . Columbus Wagons Sold On Their Merits- ' , Becker, Ballard & 60. w3va The Leonard Hotel 60 ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. Danville s Louisville Southern Railway 4th f for The Record.1 iairrSJlr7i:ailrlfiJffrliftillr B. H. TODD, Dist Pass. Agt - ii i ,1 "--- ? 3 r- - '? Section No. TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. 2. J. JLLHi CENTRAL PURE REL1GI0 i gZSS&SZZHA&hf. JSL I UN1A11NISHED DEMOCRACY AND O00D GOVERNMENT C O Mj.D gayra Section NUMBER -- 2 LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913. t. wr.:; wri-- . .ayy?? app.tgn my.ffrq ff y" I 0 ish and .aiiit jeL2ss--U ZJZZ.1IH iWWBl cs:arac&Ht'.,J:'5?y.r ZaKiKSEKBKSSSSLfaiKUea xl E3Zr3?322U r.yagFnvrea&iaff"--1 OtBH EajD rSBKtw Kixj 'rrassggszasggTKgarjra tyrrgrrare?: While we are being rushed with purchasers of our goods, we want to emphasize the fact that OUR ENORMOUS STOCK has hardly started to move out yet. are still here. It will take days and weeks to get to the bottom of it, and the bottom must be reached. Not Alone Injured Materials, But Goods Only Slightly Damaged and In Fact The Jej & SEE ES9H US RKfet HM JmE&R 5HKZZ3V yOBaV flftliSBi 2ZB erygTagqrtJTivjy; liLTi HSWBfa v2"K dP (U?aaaa,.rji??agar?.r7y,rrv' rTft-1-- We cannot go into details here but, remember that we are including in this SLAUGHTER SALE, Ladies' Queen Quality Shoes and Slippers, Gentlemens Walkover, Childrens Buster Browns. Three famous lines of Shoes known the world over, and the best line of Gents' Furnishing Goods to be found in any small town. Bvngc3g3aagrTru4y.iiv IT WILL PAY YOU to drive for miles to get the benefit of these EXTREMELY LOW PRICES The Goods are new, the season had just begun, and our stock was complete. We regret the calamity that forced this sale upon us, but we are bowing to the inevitable, and have decided to hold the sale open until the ENTIRE STOCK is closed out. This stock will be closed for CASH ONLY, but produce will be taken in exchange as cash. sacSiSirs-SC-ESSS- FRIDAY AND ia,rVJA,&i"yi.gs SATURDAY ,, will be big days, for by that time we expect to have the full line of damaged ready. f tsS5i.J7rr'risj?yrasp'vgri AINTl &fe&tetomm "pvr I (LZ? antra rjEX2Tfasy,xsmLx&vaj&T2Le3rmjEgrKa-Gijrv&Fia- DH iLii 8P " r GO XX JXJJLJL V O-- bL Jb( bb??31 ifm ituuu wk In fk ff$ ana ir HslL. TT SjJK&aEBB A Dangerous m TUCKY hat" enacted an ordinance against it. their wares, it should be seen to that they place their samples in the hands of people who know their usage, and ! &&m'&$&&&mtei My is Spring hEsbc&&JL ery complete with my own and imported Creations Inspection Invited. Your Patronage Solicited. Mrs. ftda Kinnaird r Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 JL CURES Choiera. Canes. Llrnberneck, Roud. Canker,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ;scB.00o0?rr Mct Kaiw Errant, Barilown. Ky ayi: "I have used Rraj 4-- 1 M4 for yeats and thinkit the best poultry tanedy made. ItcuressapesuuilrmbcrneckvnUioutfail. dropped down the bill pi a gapicz "One drop ol Recipe WillCooron. Bardatown.Kr-.UYi- : chicken Lilt the wonnaodrelievta the djclirjunlly. Ilia the beat preveatiye I have ever used. Kfg. asd Caarantetd by J. P.obt. Cramc, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50e at all Druggists. SOLD CY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. SsfpPT GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded yH CHARLIE S-f N WHITE-BOO- Tie Covrloj Hetalist according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlio The Herbalist, for tho trcatmeut of human ailmonts. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. S AR, the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write "Wliite-MooCow-bo- y COK-CEL-- n, Body-Tojii- c. originator or CHHEME REHEOIES IK21M Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & sciehce sope West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky out, in the language of a colored uncle: will again become depleted. Th. fields "De doctah am going to gib a medicated have become more sadly depleted than 1 disatation on de dangahs of libin count the streams, but if we can get an offof de gums and insanitashuns. icer, they will be restocked, and will be (Edited B The Womans Club) gradually brought back to their old &0QOOOOOOO time condition, lots of bird IN SEAA Middlesboro paper has the follow- Sball Garrard County Have A Gnrae War- SON. Do you know there has of late ing in regard to Womens Clubs. years been numbers of birds shipped to den? Read Carefully And Help De"The v lue of a Woman's Club in any Lexington from this county OUT OF cide This Question. city is a subject no longer debatable. SEASON? It is' a fact. The appointThe movement has passed the exWe can obtain the services of an eff- ment of a game warden would put a perimental stage and has proved its icient man to serve as Game Warden stop to this evil. We have recited worth. A Woman's Club is now regard- for the county for the remainder of the many times the good results and beneed as a public institution which has year for the sum of ?250., a very rea- fits to be received from the appointcome to stay and its advantages to the sonable price for a good man. Of this ment of an officer for the county, and home, the school, the town, the State amount we expect the State Fish & we feel it is useless to urge the matter are inestimable. Commission to furnish about$100 further. The question is now, do you A town without a church, a postofiice, Game The remainder must be raised by the want one? If so show your willingness a library or woman's club could exist lack about 50. of the to assist in procuring one by helping but it would not be considered much of local club. We and the gentlemen who with the expense The expense is necessary sum, a town, for it would be so far behind have given so much of their time to the small, falls lightly upon each individual, time. we must have the assurance of a With slow but sure and steadv stride matter, Messrs J. E. Stormes and but sufficient number to pay his expenses Club of Middlesboro is George W. Palmer, have exhausted the Woman's becoming a potent factor in the every resource in their power to secure before nwe employ him. A number of the of the county have betterment of our city. In the "city enough additional members to the club expressed their sympathy with the to make up the deficit, but as yet have beautiful" department the greatest activity will be exerted. No sacrifice not been successful. There are no funds movement and their willingness to help as yet have not signed the memberof time or devotion is too great for availabls to enable them to get out in but ship card or paid their dues. This is these earnest women to make in trying the county and make a personal canyour last opportunity to do this. This to convince our citizens that what we vass, and they have not received, nor did they expect anything for their ser- matter is of vital importance, not only need most is better streets in Mid dlesboro and that those we have must vices, but there is a limit to their en- to every fisherman and hunter in the county, but to every landowner, and we be kept cleaner. We need more yards deavors, and it has been reached. Mr, Stormes desires to have a meeting finally urge each and everyone of them, with vines and flowers and fewer with willingtrash. Working shoulder to shoulder on next Saturday night, April 12th at to come, send or telephone your city council and Board of 7:30 o'clock at the police court room, ness to cooperate in this move to Mr. with the Trade much canbe accomplished and when it will be definitely determined Stormes. on or before Saturday night with the enthusiasm that the State whether we can raise this amount, and April 11th, or better still come in and Federation of Women's Clubs will bring if it be impossible, the matter will be attend this meeting, and either help in with it when it visits here in June dropped. If you are interested, come the good cause or attend its funeral. every citizen will be made to see the to this meeting, if you cannot come, necessity of much civic improvement." send or telephone your name to .Mr. StArmna ui u. ffia ftfisr- nnnrtrfitnitwj .v .u.i an1 of utli atAiaif vjv vuu. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, will senu mm trie annual duos, wnicn amounts lecture at the Court House, Friday to $2. per year and help to finance this evening, at half past seven o'clock. All splendid cause. who do.not avail themselves of this Rev. Eldridge ot Paint Lick will Here are a few of the advantages of opportunity to hear a talk on how to the Game Warden system, which are preach at Hyattsville chapel, Sunday improve the home and town conditions already being experienced, and which night. may be sorry before the summer is will improve materially with the apThere will be Sunday School at Herover. Dr. Carpenter will prove to you pointment of a local officer:-las- t spring ring's School house on Danville pike that while the home is the heart of the it became noised around that a game April 13th at 3 oclock. Every body body politic, it is, also, often the warden was watching the streams and invited. the breeding place of disease and fields of the county, this spring fisherSunday School Institute of the Methepedemics that ravage the community. men are going to Dix river and HangDo not think when you provide shelter, ing Fork every day, and with a few odist Church Danville District meets at Miss Charlotte heat and food for your family you have hours angling with hook and line, are Corbin this week. solved the problem, let us together returning with strings of from five to Pollitt was elected as delegate. learn and practice all the principals fifteen nice bass, ranging in weight Remember the revival meeting at What profiteth it a from one to three pounds in weight. the Methodist church beginning next ol sanitations. woman if she save a whdle town This is something unprecedented in the Sunday night. You can be quite ahelp from disease and lose her own last fifteen years, and is due directly to in the meeting, so dont stay away. child? We hope Dr. Carpentjr will the efforts of the state game commis" Bro. Andrew Johnson will reach here have a crowded house, as it means sion, but unless some steps are taken much to the individual and to the town. to protect the stream the seiners and in time Monday for the night service. A cordial invitation is extended to tho dynamiters will recover from their Come and help make the singing one of colored people, as well as to every man, fright andywill resume their depreda- the leading features in the meeting. woman and child in Lancaster. Come tions, with the result that the streams We mean YOU. 04oe3oooeoccoooocM6k Practice. The Womans Club J Over in Danville last week the manufacturers of a certain line of patent medocines had samples of their product distributed indiscriminately throughout the city. A little child of one of the citizens of that place secured a box of the samples which had been thrown on the premises and ate them. Tho lvsult was the child became very sick and but for th" presence of her grandmother, who quickly administered a remedy, she would probably have died. This occurrence should be a warning against allowing these dangerous samples to be distributed indiscriminately, and every town should If the medecine people wish toadvertisw not place them where they are easily accessible to innocent little children, to which everything that resembles candy is candy, and thus endanger their lives. Automobiles are getting as thick a3 fiddlers in the lower region, and the country horse will have to get accustomed to them or stay at home, as he is liable to encounter one anywhere farmer-sportsme- LP JBourfoon c ONE DROP OF- Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other Infectious Diseases. - NewsOfTheChurcues. MRS. W. R. GUNTER. ol Concord. Va.. writes: "My chickens had capes so bad last summer that I could not raise any until I Bot this medicine. It is the best poultry remedy I ever used " MRS. SARAH WELLS, of Lyons. led., writes: "It beats anythinz I ever tried (or eases. I just put it in tho (ced and dnnkine water and the chicks Ret well." MRS. V. P. BRACEY. of UaskersvCle.Va.. writes: "I have now used this medicine two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case of eases since I becan usinsr It." MRS. IV. R.yEDDER.of CatskHl New York, writes: "Ihavenot lost a turkey since I beeanuslne it. I had fifty and had nscd most everything else and lost all but thirty when I heard of this remedy." WHITE HOUSE POULTRY FARM, of Euechel. Ky.. It on roup eapes and It knocked these diseases out of existence ia three writes: It"We tried chicks life and days. and ches the visor and pulls them throush the critical stare ia fine shape." One 50 Cent Bottle of Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine Poultry Cure Every poultry raiser should keep a botde of this medicine on hand, asd oso it as a preventive as well as a euro for disease. SOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. Free Sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent prepaid on request, BOURBON REMEDY CO, Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. BLEUCHER IVCtUlU 46158. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 'A . Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15j hands, foaled 190C. Standard Registered Vol f Dark d.i i.itI1, T.:.tn,(n7. o.oni 11MU ..11 We call it Dollar Diplomacy when a Lancaster People Have Harrowing Experiwoman pays $10 for a $3 hat and ntakei ence In The Great Flood At Hunher husband believe she saved $5 on the deal. tington W. Va. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses. 18. ?! Ii2 Silent Brook 1OT60 51 p Record 2:1!J Sire of Blll HurVJ.MU. ShawbuvS.OT'f, Meadow Emuis. Brook Brook 2:09f. Zarrine Lady Bellhrpok 2:10, etc. 29J, light 2:03j. Brightlight 2:iif. Dark Wilks 2:09 j Valpa2:09Ji, etc. ......... I Jen ny Clay Great brood mare MoVoSlW Sire of Brenda Nat he Belle Yorke Sire of 21. Inc. Search- Night SS.'8 (Alcyone 732, 2 rJ7. Sire of 60, dams of 65. ( Noonday By St Elmo 273. Great Brood Mure. ( HarryCloy4i,2S'JH, I Sire of 4. dams of 50. ( Clavo Dam of Lula Watts (2) 22T. Bleucher a22vM. half tr. 21:7; ont or later to Silent Brook (3) 2:00'4. Silver Silk (4) 2.0;c, Monrteo(S) 2)7li Baste Norwood Belle By Narwood 522. Baron Wilkes 4758. 2:18 ! Sire of 2 In 2:10. etc. Queen Ethel. By Strathraore 408. Dam of Bumps 2:l'S,'i- Wilkes Nutwood S000, 22rt;. Sire of Carl Wilkes 2:01. S Jenny Clay. . By Ilarry Clay Dam of Silent Brook Reddle Clay 4 2:16. etc. 2:2oJi, N.(32:09J.etc. e 2:HK. LBettvClav Half Sister to Silent Clay Brook 2:16W.Rf-ddiHJirAV;. and Lilly Clay dam of Prue 2:21,'j. t ,0. rf. Just the mild, simplo wash, the well known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, the Itch Is ecu ft. Mr. David D. Geiger who formerly and tnal will prove it. A VTe have sold other remedies for sKln 11 conducted a business in Lancaster, and places such as cellars and basements trouble but none that we couM Kiiaran-te- e who married a sister of Mesdames B. as we can the D.D.D. rompdj-- . If Bay horse, star, both hind and places where stands water. 1G hands high ankles white, seven years-old- , regular bottle F. Hudson and W. O. Rigney lives in the firstexactly a3size $1.00 it will does we say, not do not Among some of the curious things Huntington W. Va., where he conduct cost you a cent. sent the flood sufferers was a mandolin ed a thriving grocery store and meat R. E. McRoberts & Son. Site Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam baby without any strings, lace curtains and market until the recent severe floods. Pence by Enoch Ardeir, 2rd aam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2E13 auto veils. We look for some of these Mr. Geiger lived in a three story dwell same people to send the poor editor a ing which set well back from the water 3rd dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Eorits. fishing pole and line. front, and which had hitherto never Grey Eagle encroached upon by the water. Maysville is facing an epedemlc of been When the recent flood came, his house three diseases as a result of the flood, became a haven for many refugees who typhoid fever, spinal meningitis and had been driven from their homes by Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old 16 measles. Typhoid vaccine to treat 4, 500 river. So secure did the Geigers persons has been sent them and a the hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. would feel no inconvenifeel that they Common unslacked lime is cheap and efficacious and should be put in all damp Carrol prPCTfln i a a IWISU TTWIfla S.AnA $25.00 To Insure Living Foal. I HIGH CLOUD 3334. typhoid hospital has been established. Better Make Them Move On. Silent Brook 19769, 2:16i, sire of Billy Burk 2:03i, Meadow Brook 2:061, Zarrine 2:07i, Betty Brook 2:09?, Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady Shawbay Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10J. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J.Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:11, etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07, etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:25, and was grandam of Piue 2:2U. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:0Sf (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:04, Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity filly,) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:061 (champion ner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:081, Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel2:10, Mochester 2:10, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc "Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:091, Martha Tipton (4) 2:09, O'Neil (3) 2:13, etc Brother to Bumps 2:03, Baron D. 2:lo, etc Bleucher 46158, record 2:29, trial mile 2:142, 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 Strolling bands of horse traders, gypsies and other undesirables have already made their appearance and camps are to be found on almost every turnpike. These people have given no end of annoyance to our people in the last few years by their depradations; stealing, destroying fences, and making themselves obnoxious in many different ways. It would be a very good idea to stop them from camping along the road side, and if they persist in doing so despite your warnings, call up the county authorities and they will very quickly see that they move on. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Carbard Circuit Court. J. T. Raney. et al Plaintiffs. VS. $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. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:58 Bingen 2:06 4. LANCASTER, KY. Todd 2:14 3. They Mature Early. $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 Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd. 2:14 Y. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. GORDON TODD $30.00 2, 1-- 4, 4, 46793. Eufala, Ala. Record 2:07. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 19m;. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 3- -1 TO INSURE. 4, 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. 2.0S 2 etc. Dictator Todd 2.08 Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 etc., son of Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 Magowan (2) 2.10 etc.) .by Golden Slope, 12434 ldam Gol Jen Ready Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 Golden Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Mary Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 Silence 2.21 Todd StiII2.23, etc. by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 Full sister to Bayrenth 250 4 and (sire of 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 Xema 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc. He was out of the famous mare, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. 3 dam May Bug Aberdeen 27 Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Edison Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2 Golden 2.10, Momento 2.19 etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods 2.09 Henrietta 2.24 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 1-- 2, 1-1-- 2, 1-- 4, 1-1-- 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 4, 2, 4, 3-- 4, 1- -4 3-1-4, 2-3-- 4, 1-3-- 4, 4, 3-4. 4, 1-4, 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 4, 4, etc 4 dam May Steers Dam of May Bird 2.21 by John C. Fremont Son of Long Island Black Hawk. The veteran reinsman, Mr. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as lie 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 Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers, Phone 523. JOHNS. BAUGHMAN, 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. Fn,Ibrothero'KuthMcGregor1' a Grand Circuit winDer of 1912. Son of Jay McGregor 2.07jwbo recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars (I1S.0OO.00) for export to Rnsala, and wbo sired Bald? McGregor 2.06J.;, who sold at auction February 4th. In New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (lt.000.00) for export to Austria, Ills dam is Baroness Sibyl 2.25, a daugh ter of Baron v likes. 1 A great many people consider Chimewood the IA """dsomest trotting stallion living; son of LnifficWOOQ ZIIV Highwood2.21K and Chime of Bells by Mam brinoKlng. His first fire dams are lu great brood mare list. Uncle 8rm'8 Commission of four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Husbandry of the United Sfates, offered his limit, three thonsand dollars (3.000.00) cash for Chimewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as. well as other of fers have been refused. This is the time to patronize these hones. For 1913 terms and full Information and ths place. Address, tTlt InlStlC if DOMIC n !ly 14 AA 4 I Winning race record onCrand Circuit 1012. J ls4 1 $25.00 to Insure JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. el Farm 3) miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 128 Danville, Ky. living colt for Each Horse. Administratrix, Defendants'. Pursuant to a judgment rendered here in at the March Term. 1913. the under signed Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY APRIL 28, 1913, it being the first day of the Garrard county court term, the rea estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ- ea as ionows: In Garrard County, Ky., being on the new Danville Dike West of the City of Lancaster; Beginning at a stone, and oak stump (stump now gone) corner to the 8.3d acres sold to J. C. B. Collier; thence with line of said 8.33 acres S 47i V passing corner to same at MacWilhams at 1.55 chains and passing a hickory, fore and aft lb.15 chains, in all 25.35 chains to a stake, corner to same, and in line to Walton Moss, with Moss S 38? E fi.50 chains to a planted lime stone in bed of an old road, corner to Moss and J. W. hlmore, formerly J. S. Robinson, said stone is S. 42 W 2.63 chains from another stone planted in said old road, and which was an original corner to J. S. Robinson; thence with Elmore and with a post and railing fence S 66J E passing a large white oak at 3.87 chains. m all 12.30 chains, (distance by pro traction) to a point in line to Elmore and corner to 35 acres 1 rood and 14 poles, tract of Thomas Anderson land; tnence with the line of said tract fnn a bearing calculated from the field notes of said 33 acres 1 rood and 14 poles, as the ommited side of a traverse, the closing line in the original notes being a mistake) N .'ij E 12,28 (thin distance by protraction and due to the fact that the total distance of this d side runs from a point nine tenths of a Dole est of a marked hickory, as by said calculation of omitted side N 31J E 18.92 chains) to a stake a few feet west of a young sugar tree; thence (by calls copied from deed from S. H. Anderson to Thomas An derson, Book 16, page 361, with 1 degree magnetic variation) S 87 E 18.65 chains to a stake in East edge of a fence row, corner to said 33 acres 1 rood and 14 poles, and a new corner made in the field notes to the 4 acres belonging to Thomas Anderson and now (tormerly) cut oif to him: thence a protracted line to said 4 acres S 9J. E 12.73 chains to a point in middle of "the old Danville pike; with middle of said pike in ti (actual bearing) 5 60 chains (by protraction) to a point in the middle of pike N 36J E 4.79 chains to a point at North edge of metal N 64 E 20.85 chains to a Doint in middle: N 41J E 3.95 chains to a point in middle, corner 10 Z4 acres purchased by U. a. Swinebroad from W. Mc Johnston; thence leaving pike and with line to said tract N 57i W 6 chains to the comer post of the wire fence on the West bank of drain, N 19J W 3.22 chains to the corner post of fence, crossine drain diagonally N 11 W 18.50 chains to a point in the middle of tne new Lancaster ana Danville turnpike, corner to said tract; thence with middle and meanders of Dike N 88? VV 2.50 chains to a point at North edge of meiai a oij w i.oa chains to a point in miuuie, corner 10 rope lot still with pike including said lot S 43 W passing Northwest corner of said lot at 1.15 chains, in all 5.14 chains to a point 17 links S of middle of pike; S 82i W 9.75 chains to a point 2 feet South of middle N 79 W 3 chains to a point 5 feet south of middle N 551 W passing entrance to residence at 75 links, in all 3.75 chains to a point in middle, N 41 j W 9.64 chains to a point 1 foot North of middle, and corner to Current heirs; thence leaving pike and wiui uicii iuic oil ii pasting an original stone corner at 52 links, in all 9.24 chains to a point, 2 feet North of the seeding apple tree, corner to same and to the 8.33 acres sold to J. C. B. Collier: with line of said tract S 28 W 14.89 chains to the beginning, contain ing iao.au acres, une quarter ot an acre is deducted from the above for Pope lot, leaving a net area of 138.34 acres. The purpose of this sale is to divide the proceeds arising from the said sale between the owners thereof and to pay the indebtedness of Sadie R. Anderson at the time of her death, for all of which judgment has been rendered. TERMS, .This sale will be. made on a credit of six raontns ana tne purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid. having the force and effect of a judg ment upon wnicn execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property until an the purchase money is paiu. W. H. Brown, M. O. of G. C. C. L, L. Walker, Att'y for Plaintiffs. Sadie R. Anderson's et al before-mentione- ence from that source that they failed tc make any provision against the wat er in the event it did reach them. But all previous records were broken and when it entered the lower story of their home, and continued to slowly but surely rise until they were compelled to flee to the upper stories, it found them without an oil stove or other means of heating or lighting their homes. The gas supply was cut off, but luckily they secured every available vessel and filled it with drinking water supply before the water was cut off. Mrs. Ann Walker, the aged mother of Mrs Geiger was with them. Mrs. Walker will be ninety years of age on the 21st day of this month. She together with other aged persons in the building and also the younger children, were kept in bed, and the hardship upon them thus reduced to the minimum. Mrs. Geiger happened to have a very large lamp and around it the other members of the party huddled"seeking such warmth as it would give, while Mr. Geiger and his son Walker kept a sleepless and untiring vigil from Saturday until the following Wednesday, when the waters receded sufficiently to allow a resumption of more comfortable quarters in the house. During their confinement the food supply was very limited and such food as they received was served in skillets and pans, and hot coffee was brought to them in boats at intervals. Mrs. Walker was finally removed to more comfortable quarters in the home of Mrs. Garlin, a sister of Mr. Geiger's who lived in another and a higher part of the city, where she could be more comfortable. The experience was a dreadful one, marooned in the third stbry of a house which was partially inundated, the only means of ingress and egress being by means of boats, with a vast sheet of rolling surging water as far as the eye could reach, with the food supply scanty, and liable to b come more so at any moment, little children huddled in bed to keep warm, and with adsolutely no certainty as to when they might expect a betterment of their conditions, and with the almost certain knowledge that when they were permitted to again set foot on dry land, if they ever did, they would find their worldly possessions swept from them by the relentless waters, was enough to try the souls of the most hardy. Mr. Geiger's place of business was completely inundated and is almost, if not an entire loss. Their relatives here have written for all of them to come here until some semblance of order is restored in Huntington, and Mrs. Gei ger and her mother will probably do so, but those who know Mr. Geiger's indomitable courage believe that he will remain in the stricken city and try to rehabilitate his lost business, and are wishing him every success in the face of his great misfortune, IHRlBiiiiJ Save Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel 58. 1st dam. Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief 1718, one of the two great chief sires. These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed action, and perfect gaits. To Life I have facilties for erring for rnares sent to me from a distance and wHI furnish good grass at reasonable price and the beat of personal attention. and property afterwards is the fireIn all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to man's duty. Your duty is to see Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent that in case of fire your loved ones but not responsible should any occur. You are invited to inspect are not made homeless and penni- these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. less. 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. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. First !:. acci-ciden- ts W. O. Walker, Stanford, k Kv FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Ann 4 . m Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts cc Rough hauling ? 9 "I don't mind. This is a Studebaker Wagon9 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. that's why I bought it. I noticed that men were using the Studebaker where-eve- r the work was hard hauling steel U girders in the city, logs in the woods, stone in the quarry." ! M Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky . "My work is hard and I know it. My wagon is on my payroll and must earn its salary. That's why I bought a Studebaker. I can't afford to buy a cheaper one." "Get in touch with a Studebaker dealer, he's a good man to know." Farm Wagons Delivery Wagons Buggies Trucks Contractor.' Wagons Runabouts See our Dealer or utile us. Dump Wagon Surreys Harness 11 w Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Wiitt-r- . STUDEBAKER NEW ORK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO South Bend, Ind. LEXINGTON. - KENTUCKY KANSAS CITY DENEX DUAAS SAM FSANC1SCO WSTLAMD OKS. bALTLAtZCITV lllil CAN BE CU3ED I TTou H zj A busy four years confronts Mr. Bryan, what with raising money in Nebraska, raising onions in Texas, oranges in Florida and we will not say what ih Washington, will leave him no time to come to Kentucky and raise a fuss. Will Prove It to You Free ' J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. who are suffcrlnir tie tortars of Eczema. Itch. Salt Rhenm or other Ula diseases jou whose days ere miserable, whose nights are made sleep- 'PM hr Ihrt tprrlhi Itnhlncr hilrnim vilTa ).t.nnpn(1 Tnti alrlftlrif n evith- p H"1"". iujr. healine treatment which ha; cured hundreds, which I believe will cure you. 1 will send it free, postage paid, without any obligation en your part. Just Oil the coupon below and mall It to me. cr write me. tririns your name, aso and address. I will send the treatment Iree or cost to you. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. Garrard Circuit Court, Mary W. Estes, Heirs, VS. J. C. HUTZELL, Name 123 West Main St., Fort Please send without cost or ot ligation to me Wayne, Ind. r yo-j- Free Proof Treatment. Age., Residence Phone 27 Post State Office LANCASTER. KY. Street and No., Plaintiffs, Mary W Estes. Heirs & Creditors Deft. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913, "I refused to be operated it being the first day of the Garrard on, the morning I heard County Court term, the real estate about Cardui," writes Mrs. mentioned in the pleadings and describ ed as follows, Elmer Sickler, of Terre In Garrard County, Ky., on the waHaute, Ind. "I tried Carters of Long Branch and Back Creek, known as lot No. 6 of the Hall Ander dui, and it helped me son land; Beginning at a white oak greatly. Now, I do my own stump on the West si Je of Long Branch; thence ioilowing into and up said washing and ironing." Branch with its meanders S 45 W 56 poles; thence S 74 W 7i poles to astake corner to No. 5; thence with the line of E63 Wo. 5 up a branch 70j W 41 poles to a stake near the junction of twe branches; thence N 9J E 31J poIe3 to a stake Take near a white oak marked as a pointer, corner to No. 5; thence N 88 E 74i pol es to the beginning, containing 13 acres 2 rods and 37 poles, be the same Tonic more or less. The purpose of this sale is to settle Cardui is a mild, tonic the estate of Mary W. Estes and after remedy, purely vegetable, paying debts for a distribution of the proceeds among the parties entitled to and acts in a natural manreceive the same. ner on the delicate, womanTERMS. ly constitution, building This sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purup strength, and toning up chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the the nerves. In the past 50 purchase price due in six and twelve years, Cardui has helped months, bearing six per cent interest more than amillion women. per annum from date until paid having tne lorce ana ettect ot a judgment upYou are urged to try it, on which execution may issue, payable because we are sure that to W. H. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien It will do you good. will be reserved on the property sold until the purchase money is paid. At all drag stores. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y. MASTIC PAINT- A Lesson iiv Real Economy Take two houses both alike Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAINthe other go unpainted T Saved! one-- Let to-w- it; Offer them both for sale You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at even $500 less than the MASTICPAINTED house will bring. At the beginning both houses represented equal value. of MASTIC PAINT The Lesson : A few properly applied at the righ. ume gready increases the value of your property. g-'- CARDUI The Woman's Your building needs painting Right Now, but don't use d paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but d or is costly and unsatisfactory in the end. keg-leahand-mixe- More than Forty years 1he X TJ For Real Economy use MASTIC PAINT " iv ill Visit this store and let us tell YOU all about the merits of MASTIC PAINT. "" Tj Standard of Excellence C Hj Ask for beautifully illustrated book " Homes and How to Paint Them" and color chart stowing 45 different color combinations. R, E, McRoberts&Son Lancaster, Ky. J7A Kfnd That Z.tuU' ' ,3-g- ' '13 . -- ftS. r Poisonous Gas In Stomash. Welding By Electricity. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPEIttE THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Nothing Like A Stomach Tablets to Instantly Banish Misery. Ga3 forms in your stomach because food you eat ferments and turns sour. Allow this fermentation to ro on and these gases become poisonous and the )Xison jets iiito th blood. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keeper- r" A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Ev.BRY, Ass't Cashier. ; Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Stomach Tablets stop the fermentation almost instantly, turn the poisonous gases into liquid, and eliminates it through the natural channels. If you hare stomach trouble such as gas, sourness, heaviness, flatulency, or will give shortness of breath, gratifying relief in five minutes. They are sold on money back plan for acute or chronic indigestion, nervousness, headaches, etc. At R. E. McRoberts and druggist America over, 50 cents. Postal will bring trial treatment. A a ft B. F. HUDSON, President. " J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. PREMJIIHIlSVlliliB. Mrs. Lydia Rigsby is quite ill. Mr. Thomas Cormney has returned to his home at Rowland. Mr. Fisher lU'tring will soon begin the erection of a new barn. Miss Saiah Howard visited the family of Mr. Augustus Bartles Wednesday. Rev. J. E. itoberts will fill his pulpit 0 ORGANIZED 1SS3. ze g v Citizens INationai .5anK OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL S50.000 W. O. P.igney, As3't Cash'r. SURPLUS $40,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cabhier. g j J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. at the Methodist church here Sunday Business Solicited. J. Prompt Attention, S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 13th. , Mrs. Tom Naylor and Miss Zula,NayIor g were visiting Miss Maggie Breedlove, near Goshen. Mr. J. M. Cress went to Richmond Saturday on business. He attended court there Monday. Mr. Charles Naylor has .returned to tzsx. & r ,-Jl J40?7 !l 11 H lor mi y A A "m B -- II 11 t 1 11 H H 11 K7 1".-.- ' Cash Checks unless we are sure the signature is right, i hat precaution protects depositees from fraud of many kinds. Money in Garrard Bank & Trust Co. is far safer than it is Corbm where he will resume work with the L. & N. railroad. Little Miss Gracie Bell has returned home after a visit to her aunt, Mn. James Moser, near Paint Lick. Mr. Joe F. Pettus and family of Welding two pieces of metal together by the old processes was at best unreliable. When the strain on the welded joint was heavv, you never "knew whether it was going to hold, or not. But with the use of electricity in making the weld, the fiber of the two pieces of m;tal are made to flow into each other and so become practically one piece. The success of this new method was recognized at once, and now you have hardly a tool or piece of rr.ochinery on your fuim but v:hnt is electrically welded where there is a juncture of metals. The present state of perfection of garden and barnyard tools, mowers, reapers, binders, threshers, cultivators, kitchen utensils, dairy machinery, edge tools, chains, automobile engines and steering gears, bot toms of oil cans, frames of bicycles, etc., is made possible through electric welding. The same process produces "Pittsburgh Perfect" electrically welded wire fencing, made by the Pittsburgh Steel Company, whose advertisements are appearing regularly in this paper. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing is a solid, one piece fabiic advantages, with many distinctive among them being the eate with which it is strung, the great tension to which it can be stretched because of the absolute elimination of "long and short" line w ires, the smooth surface making wire-cut- s impossible, and the neat appearane of the fence. The welded joints in "Pittsburgh Perfect" are twice as strong as the wire itself, because two wires are made into one by electricity which also piles the galvanizing around the joints, adding greatly to the life of the fence. Modern methods of manufacture in many lines have been greatly benefited by the discovery and practice of welding by electricity. HERE AT HOME Gladly Testify and Con- Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To ar that 2L iJ&C&4 TV S ?j I? & Remove. v yay SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals 55 and Purifies tho liloml. It is easy t take, and will not alTect the weakest stomach. It is uuarantced under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely 'ree 3 from opUiU.3 or harmful drug:, of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond ques?? REMEDIES. tion to be the surest and quickest rem edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long We have the sale of both. standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek aie the Sole U. S. Agents and have Lancaster, Kentucky thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have recmed from grateful people SOLACE lias teiton-ito health Testimonial letters, liter alure and FREE BOX sent upon request. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company a3 follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose 1. This remedy has Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonlarge and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, derful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 2oc, 50c and 51. boxes. ' bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BYl Silver is excelled by none in the city. TAKING SOLACE. "No Special' Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. j Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., 133-13- 3 Battle Creek. Mich. West Wain St. LEXINGTON, KY. loiera t 3 can be cured by the use of either HALL'S or SNODBY'S E. McRoberts & Son, bt-n- n l iftj5feay d sx&e&mw&iir u Yv Ji. 1j Xu I , j j vaai BOGflBRT 60 : a Spiingfield, were visiting the family of Lamcaster Citizens 7a I it J r his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Mr. Grant Hammonds is erecting a new house on hi3 farm near here in fidently Recommend Doan's Kidney TSgmfcmjji Pills. cma. in your possession. Better open an account and protect what you have while making more. Th 2 G irrard Bank 0 i'jrrji.-ircjt-y & Trust Company Jp. 55 1, .ifxi(j'!iig'sr Purslev's uaian Herbs Composed of Roots, Herbs, Si s G and Barks, for all 1 W- The North Western Cow Bov. Mi DAKOTA JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, StomachNervousness and Female Diseases. FOR - t i r. 45 T TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy iil ii JlilllllCllL Stings fr aH Pa'0. Deafness, Burns. Bottle. Sprains Etc. 25cts per 1 CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All on sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. f s 1 iral gj o,.w-..-?:rBJUliJjrIl- i JMj 2a).XXX M IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, lOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY like the following that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so 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 citizen. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, Ky,, ?ays: ''Nearly every spring I use Doau'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." Gold In Head Goes For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Don't try to break up that bad cold Remember th name Doan's and with dangerous stomach disturbing take no other.; drugs." Get directly to the inflamed membrane by breathing Booth's HYO-ME- I HUUKKVK. Get a (pronounce it bottle for 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts Mrs. B. Ray issutle.iiigfromn severe & Son and try the safe treatment that attack of erysipelas. thousands ar using. A. C Miles made a business trip to Into a bowl of boiling water pour a scant teaspoon of HYOMEI, cover head Lexington Satui day. to A. C. Mile.s 1 Squire Burton and bowl with a towel, and breathe deep into the lungs the healing vapor that yearling cattlo at ?22.50 per head. arises. There will be services at the Baptist Breathe this vapor for five or ten church Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock. minutes until the head feels fine and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown have clear, then go to bed and sleep soundly until morning. No cocaine or opium or returned home, after a visit to relatives harmful drugs in Booth's I1Y0MEI. at Lancaster. Miss Agnes Miles who has been visitIt is made of Australian Eucalyptus and other antiseptics. It is guaranteed ing relatives at Louisville and Lawrnnce-bur- g has returned home. to, 'end Colds and Catarrh or money Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buedett and back. Just breathe it no stomach Miss Gussie Metcalf have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtis. liT. 1IE1M0N Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son, Burnett motored from Crab Orchard Mrs Forest Curtis is numbered with Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and the sick. Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. Auther Montgomery sold to The Methodist congregation held Ernest Montgomery a mare price $75. services at their new church last SunMrs. Oakno Montgomery fell Tues- day morning for the first time. They day night and injured her side which will also meet there next Sunday mornhas been causing her much pain. ing in Qrder to organize a Sunday School. Miss Iva Del Montgomery of Marks-bur- y Arrangement are being made for the spent Thursday night and Friday Dedication to take place on the first Sunday in June. with home folks at Lock No. 8. Miss Bettie Scott who has been attending the winter term of Richmond Notice. Normal returned home Friday. Lancaster Ky January the Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lemay of JessaD. Ford, Judge of mine were the guests of Mr. Elverton The Honnorable A. Lemay and family Saturday and Sun- the Garrard County Court and J. E. Robinson County Attorney for said day. County are hereby notified that I John Mr. Auther Preston and wife moved Medcalf will on the Meeting of the Thursday to the farm of Mr. Thomas Prison Dommissioners for the Month of Doolin which he recently purchased May 1913 make application to said from the Stinnett heirs. Board for a Parcle. This January the Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and children Mrs. Thos. Hicks, Misses Nettie HunJohn Medcalf. ter and Verna Pierce spent last Tues- By R. H. Tomlinson Atty. day with Mr. Solomon Childers at High-o-me). 27-193. Garrard. Messrs. Payne and Arnold are doing the woik. Mrs. Bettic Dyehouse went to see her brother, Mr. Arch Adams near Harmon's Lick, last week. Mr. Adams is suffering from hemorrages. ..Miss Ida Pettus and her friend, Miss Ella Thompson, of Danville, have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. F. F. Cummins at Kissimmee, Fla. Rev. A. C. Baird, the pastor of Beech Grove Baptist church, administered the baptismal rites Sunday afternoon to two candidates, Mr. Augustus Bartels and son, William Bartles. ! It is testimony t??l3?rt3?4 tf9rer1a aKgrsryj G,&t!i2.2!El SgiES. u isT?S ..rVsicgrKT-y?a- lB''?s, gj$2i 5. f aulbj Why we ava Jidveruszng Fence as wide publicity through newspapers and farm journals, as is given most news items of national importance. . . This advert' sir.-',- , of crjis?, great deal of money. Why e we spending it? Simply because we thoroughly and honestly believe "Pittsburgh Perfect", c-- li gi l juu i4 fVw,?? li'&SG u-un-equa- We are giving Pittsburgh Perfect'' z. i r.. AS MADE TODAY, is., a by an other oh the market. We know exactly what's in it. for we make it entirely in our own furnaces and j. Doesn't cur faith in "Pittsburgh Perfect ' Fence make it worthy your full CHICKEN, POULTRY ccd RASBrT YARD ir.d GASSEI1 ?7tr. - J Porl fH?i-ltfAf- J Ask your dealer for "Pitts! urgh Perfect" cr.d insist on I. ; Tur"''-- ; g it. Do not atlo-- him to persuade you that some cii-c- r lence is just as good. 5f he losn'l rcll it, write us direct. "P!ttbuTgh Perfect" P.'r it cCirbed Wre: II yoa f re interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealed c Galvanized i e; Tttiusd ? Coil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC. 191- 3Cable Wire: KarJ Wire Staple:; Nttini S:c!e .; Hcsular Head Nails; Galvanized Wire Nail?; Larso Roofing Nails; Single Loop BeJeTics; "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. All naoc of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. Sp-in- Pittsburgh Steel Co. usuij l mg.n jtafssaar - ggastyey 1L 11 2C 3H3L li WpgQ ne DC 1L stttatsttiss Now To Serve You. And The Greater Graves Cox Store Was Never Better Prepared Than Many thousands of dollars have been spent here in the last three months in order that we may serve you 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. Remember this stores reputation has been years of honest dealbuilt up of twenty-fiv- e ing, best values and fair prices, Hotel Henry Watteyson Louisville's Most Modern 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 tte charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elecantly Furnished Rooms with hot and coldrunninewatcraDdprnute CI nf toilet, per day.. PJ-.U- Elceantly Famished Koomsvitb Private Bath,icrday 1 $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day Kft ""' ,.$2.50 The Cafe is in charec of Imports and the cuisine mid semeo Is" unexw lied. Our prices lire most iroxliTitr. Kuropcan service. slip but clioice of club lircikfast, each person Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Cft ,uo 2 M p. ro., per person to CI flfj Table dViote dinner, from 8.00 p. m.. per p. m. to 1KX) a. m. Rathskeller open from iron Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Manaeer. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Met. Eotzl. Pattis, Chattanooga, Tenn., and HOTEL AKSLir (open May 12, 1913), Atl&nt a, Ga., under same management and ownership. . The corn crop is the most important of all crops There. , grown in the United States What's the use of being bald? What and less importance is sense is there in deliberately allowing attached to the selection of your hair to turn gray? Do you want to look old before your seed for Planting. Why not time? Give up the thought; old age increase your yield by will come all too soon. Look after your hair. PARISIAN planting Boone County Sage will kill the dandruff germs, and White, which will produce is the only preparation, so far as we from 5 to 15 bushels more is guaranteed to do so. know, that Man or woman, no matter how old per acre than most any you are, PARISIAN Sage will make you other variety? W. Bush look younger. Why not go to R. E. McRoberts and Nelson of Lexington, Ky. is get a large bottle today, it only costs supplying his customers 50 cents, and your money back if it 'does not cure dandruff, stop falling hair, with choice seed of this Put Hair On Your Head And Keeps It Parisian Sage Seed Corn Mail Orders receive expert attention, end we pay the charges on all purchases of $5.00 and more CHARGE ACCOUNTS solicited from responsible parties. Any order received not giving satisfaction may be returned at our expense. or itching'of the scalp. It will make your hair luxuriant, bright and beautiful, and it is the most refreshing, pleasant and invigorating hair dressing made. variety at $1.25 per bushel Order now so as to get it before the rush comes. 4-- t. Graves, Cox & 60. El LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. & 3E nz v. 1L 1L C 1L ."s - O i k.imitimrrm'tam - .O.w.' ; n.,t JZZS iwascEsssi H Kentuc ys .bine i Will e Stallion lfSFS about 16 hands, 1 Jl and weighs aoout 1,200 lbs, has fine mane and tail and lots of bone and substance arid a great natural It1 style horse. A great show horse, both under saddle 11 and in harness. He has racked quarters in 40 seconds and stepped as fast in harness in both trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being sired by the great Dor-se- y Gold Dust, No 2052. He is a full brother to Estell No. 219, sired by Zilcada Gold Dust No, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by Old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. - IHit Hi iHiHBSBlH HiWmmmmmk'f11 yjilHgfiyi fill ihilll'illrffllll'iidifr make the present season at my stable one miie east of McCreary and 6 miles east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of luiyp poi II t jJ' U flB' U t u3f He is a rich light chestnut in color, Hi IlHi II 1 He has proven himself a champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125.00 to $ I 50.00 as weanlings. No breed of saddle horse ranks with this family today. He is considered by all who know him something extra. He breeds so good that everyone has a recomendation for him. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at any and all times. The people who desire to patronize him will never have the opportunity to get in at this price any more, as I will never again stand him as cheap. He should really stand at $25. but want to give the poor a chance as well as the rich. 1 i KING He has proved himself to be an excellent breeder, as his colts nave sold for $ 00.00 as weanlings and some could not be bought at higher prices. He will make the cross for great mule mares as the Sugar mules are the ones that sell for high prices, therefore this Stud deserves the highest ranks as a great producer-- . He is 9 years old, lh hands.high, weighs about 1850 pounds, rich dark brown in color and is a horse of more substance than any I know of. He has splendid action and breeds very much like himself. He sold for more money than any draft Stallion that ever left Ohio. He will make the present season at my place one mile East of McCreary at the very low fee of 1 1 CarEnE. $10.00 To RON IN THE STUD JT k.ll apisx-oli.esxroxa.i Insure A Living1 Colt. Also at the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, Farmers can engage in nothing that brings such profits as raisingmyjes. Beecher Morgan has sie, bone and weight and has proven his superioty in service. Last year his colts brought a higher average than any other we know of. All riiare mules that were-solbrought over $100.00. WejccommeniLthis fine Jack toTlIe"iei vice oRbe-publifor Jpnnets ako' individual, youwill be convinced that wi1 ppyy ttip """"- - he is bound to stand at the head as a JENNET JACK. Beecher Morgan is 15M hands high, black with white points and a fine individual.' He was sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. 0. HiHs champion Jack ) dam Nannie B., 2653, by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. f The service of mv stock are offered at prices in the reach of everybody. Both Dorsey Gold Dust,Jr., Percheron and Beecher Morgan are sure fcal getters, but we are experienced breeders and are familiar with and use the modern method of stock breeding and impregnation. You can make no mistake in bringing your mares to us. We will send your barren mares back in foal. Beecher Morgan will serve mares at $6. for Horse Mule, $9. for Mare Mnlfj Tilft.ftP fnr Jmnrf fnlt and RiftO ftrr .TarTfj to Tnrmrp No person can remember a time when Kentucky mules commanded Beecher Morgan. the prices as at this time. d c- I retain a lien on all colts until the season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred to other stock forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Grass for 30 mares. Mares bred any time. Phone 364-- Tfl ffs WALKER . BRADSHAW. Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. - McCreary, Kentucky Call and inspect my stock. , J;.V-.- - I L- V1 i ',.V .&.. 9 " L a f. . i. -- ;vs - I Jr i I I fif'V Is B rwaawWTTC3iasCV.glVWa WE ADVERTISE Fabrics, Draperies, Oxfords, Carpets, Dresses, Coats, Suits. -- 'V fit i; li ft f J- I ID t I frt ;i We have trained ourselves never to exagerate in the writing of advertisements, but tell in plain words the exact truth of what we have to offer. This is why you want to see our different department about which we have been constantly telling you. Beautiful Woolens, Silks, Wash Kte8k"itaitfIto i I I s I I li) ei, m I The Joseph Mercantile Qompany. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Bright Spot In Lancaster. ; I lit Fiii .. t joim iieere lorn riMiers.' i 1 Gov- 7 i t. .. .. .- -j. . Mirm,r,rri u It was a happy yet regretful assemernment Office. blage which met with Mrs. Ed Walker (Kansas City Time3.) last Friday afternoon, happy that they Two year3 ago a revenue agent on A Brief Mention of the Comings and were to bestow a slight token of their Goings ljy Those Vt Are Interested In. love upon one of Lancaster's most ad- - accounts visited the United States revmired daucrhter3 M" Katie Lee Denny enue office in the Federal Building. He recretfui that it was a going away was checking over the receipts and exgift. The guests were met by Mrs. penditures of the local office. Miss Lydia Elmore of Georgetown Camplete line of John Beere Implements. He found a charming young woman, Stephen Walker who conducted them College is at home for a visit. Quality Considered. Prices rifcht. The line of Quality. to the petite hostess, after which they a widow, in charge of the office. Clarence Hicks of Richmond was the He tarried jn Kansas City n week. were greeted by Miss Denny in her gue-- t Sunday of Miss Minerva Cox. They were married Saturday morning ever cordial winsome manner, nexi by Miss Nellie O'Hearn left Monday to R. Nelle Roberts, Miss Belle Denny and Miss Mary Doty. at 10 o'elock-M- rs. enter the Normal school at Richmond. The costumes of all were a reminder 3213 Olive Street, awl Maj. W. H. ColmjHJLT'!i&'1M-xJZ.WVXISriKE3SiS that spring is here and fitted in beauti lier, U. S. A. John Kennedy of Richmond was n Major Collier earned his title during fully with the decorations of cut (lowers visitor in Lancaster Saturday and Sun- -' service in the regular army and ferns. The gifts were showered tour day. upon the head of the bride-elefrom in the Pnilippme Islands during the inl. Master Gayle Doty is in Stanford an overhanging heart. It so chanced surrection. When he was sent to the Mr Frank Jones of Louisville has spending the week with Mrs. Will accepted Vfcs? Mr. Charles Fox of Danville, brought that the first package opened revealed islands he wore a captain's shoulder a position at the depot since Porter. over his Reverend J. Rock- - a gift showing that a part of life is straps. His promotion carae to him the resignation of Mr McDowell. well Smith who preached at the Presby- - "Dutv"''and that thvre are otherthings through braver. Mrs. Mittie Dunn Smith of Danville, ueorge Al. Patterson who was ter;an "The only objection I have to'majur' church Sunday morning and to be mended than broken hearts. was the week-en- d guest of Mrs. Rozel-l- a so Mrs. unioriunaie recently Dy catenmg evening. The presents consisted of lovely hand- it makes him sound old and ancient," Dunn. fire at an open grate, shows k work on all manner of articles for use Mrs Roberts exclaimed this morning. Miss Isabella Sanford visited her Mrs. Fannie Farra, Mr. and Mrs. S. and beauty. The dining room wa3 "He isn't at all old, very young-lookin- g Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Kj. Phcue 27. sister Mrs. M. D. Ashley in Richmond Miss Mary Barr, one of Garrard C. Denny, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Farra very t attractive in a color scheme of ami handsome." last week. VKSsmesnt.-- i xwx.2ZM7&-i-iJk.?ws- : K3jMtswjy.tm? ' Major Collier obtained a position in county's efficient teachers left Monday and Earl Farra were in Lexington, nl tVln. llA.ln.ol. ciLi-:t- . I...... t. .: mjc ucvuiaiv; r.ff... ucit; utri.iii r.f ui Miss Elizabeth Grimes who has been to enter E. K. Normal school at Rich- Tuesday for the burial of the late Mr. hearts suspended from the chandelier tne '"ternal revenue department of the Everett Farra. -; ( quite sick of giip and rheumatism is mond. '& to the table, in the center of which government after resigning from the il'i. - i'J'i'J convalescent. Reverend J. Rockwell Smith late of wa3 a mass of carnations and ferns. armv aml nas steadily been advanced. Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton Col?' He now 3 in charge of; the Central Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and daughter lege Lexington was at home for a short Owensboro has begun the pastorate of The guests were served by Mrs. H. K. Miss Josephine were in Lancaster Sat- visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the Presbyterian church here preaching Herndon and Mrs. Stephen Walker western district with headquarters at . Sunday morning and evening. His with a salad course, and refreshing ice St. Louis, where they will live. urday shopping. James Dalton. Mrs Roberts is the widow of Frank and mints. family will arrive shortly. Mrs. C. A. Robinson is at home after Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad have After wishing the fair honoret "AH A. Roberts, who was collector of reva visit to her sister Mrs. Fisher D. moved into town for a period and have Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen of Chat- - Joy" the friends departed, each bear- enue until his death, eight years ago. Gaines of Danville. taken rooms at Mr. J. W. Walkers on tanooga, were in Danville, for the day ing away a heart token. Major Collier at first was attracted and Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. E by the courtesy shown him by Mrs. Mrs. Lester Hilton and Miss Mary Danville street. SERVICE. Roberts when he visited the office here Bruce of Stanford have been visiting Miss Belle Denny of Stanford was Robinson of this city went over to the 2 er. Boyle Capitol to be with them. to check up accounts. The friendship Mrs. R. H. Batson. here Wednesday for the marriage of Watt- formed then led i We carry in stock 25-40-One of the most interesting At the Presbyterian church, Wednes- which had been to the engagement, Mr. John Moberly will leave shortly her cousin, Miss Katie Lee Denny and a Mr. Robert Walker. ter dances was riven bv the Lone- - day, April 9th, Mr. Robert. Johnstone concerning leaked secret until news for Selma Ala. where he expects to I) v Lamps. it out this morning. m locate permanently. Honorable W. J. Price and Miss Leila some Pine Club at Jenkins, Ky., Walker, of Fayetteville, Tennessee and : was an attractive affair given in Miss Katie Lee Denny of Lancaster More Turnpike For Canard 4 County Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton of Athol Grant, Wm. Roberts and Miss Mary t honor of seven very popular ladies, one were united in the holy bonds of matKy is here with her parents Mr. and Reid of Danville motored to Lancaster oi the number being a former Lancas- - rimony. Decided Upon At Tuesdays Meeting Sunday for a short stay. Mrs. J. W. Elmore. B Loving friend3 had filled the chancel trian Mrs. 0. U. Terrill who assisted , , ., . The Mazda Lamp can save you g Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sebastian r lora smun oi. uarDOursvme in arranging and receiving. miss B of the church with evergreens, potted and Of Fiscal Court. daughter Miss Pearl are here with returned to her home Saturday after a plants and sprajs of fragrant, beautimoney, besides you will enjoy the visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. The following announcement has ful apnle blossoms, suggestive, not At the ndjourned meeting of the Mrs. James Prather. M. Smith of Point Leavell. been received by friends and relatives alone of the Spring of the year but the Fiscal court held on Tuesday favorable comfort of a bright light. Mrs. Maria Kirby has returned from in this city. action was taken upon the application Springtime of life and of love, Misses Pauline and Margaret Hocker a visit to her sister Mrs. W. R. Burn-sid- e pi.-x.- :. Mr. William Hoskins Collier. .-.- ... i i Promptly at. four o'clock 33 the pon- of Messrs Henry Williams and J. D. of Stanford came over Wednesday for of Barboursville. Mrs. R. Nelle Roberts. for an extension of the "Polly's derous strains of Mendelssohn pealed wedding and were the Denny-Walkannounce their marriage Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk ot Lexingforth, the ushers. Messrs Wm. and Bend" turnpike in the Buena Vista guests of Mrs. Mattie Duncan. Saturday, April fifth, nineteen hundred Sam Denny, brothers of the bride and neighborhood, : distance of ono and ton is here for a visit to Mrs. B. C. and thirteen. miles. action was also Roie of Bryantsville. Mrs. Margaret Pearson and sons Messrs Lewis Gill and Alex Doty, Jr. Kansas City, Missouri. entered tin- - church. The Maid of Hon- taken upon the application of Messrs Mrs. J. R. Mount and daughter Miss Messrs Clarence and Charles Pearson At Home &wMJi-"H?Tra.jrtr, or, Miss Mary Doty, attired in white Henry Moore and Charles Deitrich for Joan have been in Stanford visiting of Harrodsburg were here Wednesday St, Louis Missouri. wedding. for the Denny-Walkcrepe de chine camo next followed by one and one half mile of new pike from Mrs. H. J. McRoberts. going-awa- y gown of Copen- the mouth of the lane at the John W. Miss Letty Mae McRoberts gave a the bride in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson of Teaters- Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of Poor place up the said Lane to the hagen blue on the arm of her father. Nicholasville were guests Sunday of ville left for California Tuesday to handsome 'informal luncheon at her They were met at the alter by the Charles Dietrich place. The gentlemen visit Mr. Chas. Simpson who has been attractive home in Danville Avenue on groom Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. and his best man, Mr. A. K. making these applications represent the Tuesday evening complimentary to the in declining health for some time. R. E. Hughes and little daughter of Walker1, Jr. of Princeton, Ky, brother people of their respective localities, and bride-elec- t and the immediate members they expect to be responsible to the of the groom. Louisville, are with his parents Judge Mr. G. M. Smith a prominent drug- of the bridal party. Mr. W. L. Eldridge, of Old Paint court for the proper construction of the and Mrs. M. D. Hughes. gist of Corbin, Ky., and a son of Mr. Gill enter- - Lick, pastor of the bride performed the pikes. The roads will be located by the and Mrs. W. M. Smith of Point Leavell ' Misses Martha and Helen The four designs of Ccrtright Metal Shingles as shown above are Little Miss Harry Kinnaird of tained Saturday afternoon from four ceremony of uniting two hearts and County Engineer, the contrasts will be made in any of the following ways : is visiting her aunts Misse3 was a visitor in our town Tuesday. to five with an informal tea in compli- - two lives, usmt? as a seal of the ordin- - let and the pikes built, and when finally 1 and painted Red. e Katie and Lillian Kinnaird. . Stamped from Mrs. Ed C. Gaines entertained at a ment to Miss Katie X.ee Denny. Fruit ance that beautiful symbol of eternit- y- accepted by the county, SSOO. per mile and painted Green. e 2. Stamped from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry of Crab social function last Friday afternoon blossoms and carnations made an ef- the ring. The service was an impress- - wm De coninouteu oy me county to- g process. and Galvanized by a e 3. Statrped from Orchard motored to Lancaster Sunday the honor guest being her visitor Miss fective house decoration, the dining ive one indicative of all the solemnitv ward the cost of construction" Of this Galvanized Sheets. . d 4. Staapcd from special amount one half will be paid from the and were guests of Mrs. R. H. Batson. Nannie Gaines of Muskogee Oklahoma. room table having a charming center as well as joy of the occasion. Each and ecry genuine Cortrirjit Mttal Shingle is embossed with this ' ornament of pink carnations and ferns, levy of 1913 and the remainder from the Prior to the entrance of the bridal Mr. and Mrs. John Meir and Mrs. Arnold of Madison " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-mSr6 candles making a lovely party Mr. Jno. M. Farra, accompanied levy of 19U. pink Inr"ute was at home for a few days Quisenberry of Danville and Mr. and ,!Sht- -shaded Sandwiches, cakes and chocolate , by For Sale by The court also let the contracts for He,en Gn, sang three beauti. visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. George Spoonamore of the county ' ..oh prf)m:,, Mp" "A the work on and maintenance of the Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Arnold. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wes wereserveu, iuisauuuii iuuu.i..yuuwIiK. -, fu num.p About thirty guests enjoyed this in- Perfect Dayf and Love Thee various roads of the county for the Zanone Sunday. Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. John McRoberts is at home from current year, but because of the rush formal hour snatched from the last xrul y." Miss Jennie B. Pearson an attractive busy minutes of this al tractive bride school in Lexington suffering from a The"bride is the only daughter of Mr. of advertising and the congested sprained foot sustained in gymnasium and frequent visitor of Miss Lizzie "e- frcZ&ti&t<ntjriPSflifS Jas. N. Dennv of this nlar e. She is n condition of our columns, we are unable Grimes of this county wts united in exercise. elegant receptions ' young woman of rareVtdigence, to PuWh the matter in detail, but will most marriage to J. Frank Broaddus a young - One - of the -.., i nrmimr norsmmiitir nn,! give a full history of the contracU and n,.. Q .t.: :.. Miss Lillian Cochran of Georgetown em lawyer of Louisville. Ua?3C2 College was at home for a few days home of Mrs. F. B. , ner, whose circle of friends is limited to whom they were awarded in our next the function at the Miss Emma Doty entertained Thurs- Marksbury on Tuesday afternoon the only by her acquaintance- .- In addition issue. visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran. day afternoon at a dainty course honoree of the handsome affair being ' to the many qualities that make her Card Of Thanks. beloved by the whole community, she Miss Katie Leo Denny the bride-elec- t. i We desire to extend our thanks to The guests arrived in two relays, the is a christian of that rare type whose hours being from 3 to 4 and 4 to 5 every day walk is a living profession ' cur friends and neighbors for their for dumping a load of o'clock: in the receiving line were the of her faith. Truly, it may be said of kindness and exrjressions of svmDathv. guest of honor, Miss Katie Lee Denny, her as of that heroine we all love. occasioned by the death of our father Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes, of Hillsboro, 0. "When she had passed, it seemed like and husband. Mrs. James R. Henry and children. and the hostess, Mrs. Frank B. Marks-- , the ceasing of exquisite music." 3Vc commend her to the large circle of bury. 1 Card Of Thanks. The decorations of the apartments friends she will surely make in her new just as you were passing. were exceptionally beautiful, the center home. May they appreciate her as we We desire to extend our heartfelt table in the parlor containing a hand- - do andgive to her the quality of love thanks to the kind friends in Paint Lick of jonquils; the color and hospitality she richly deserves, What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of some mound and elsewhere who were so untiring in scheme, rose and white, was generally ( The groom, who is the youngest son dirt or stone in it. By the . way, don't you need some for their efforts to render us assistance and dining of Mrs. Stephen Walker, Sr. of observed throughout the hall, stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind sympathy during the illness and after and parlor, while the caster is a gentleman of sterling the death of our husband and father, for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need of the luncheon in the ties, excellent social standing and finest and also for the many handsome floral heart-shape- d i business ability,andhas way of brick ice cream, the respect and offerings which were sent. , cakes, mints and otherdelicaciesinclud- -' admiration of all who know him. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and family. The young couple starts upon the ed a harmonizing tone of blending colors of violet green and lavender; the journey of life under the most flatter- When thinking of the best insurance center piece of the handsome festal ing circumstances and hosts of warm of any kind that mony can possibly board consisted of sweet peas combined friends unite in wishing them "Bon buy, remember us. k tied with Voyage" and "God Speed." with roses of Stults & Stults Lancaster, Ky. One and Two-Hors- e. GoSSiPAbout People VNV5 John Deere Disc and Drag rows, Cultivators, Etc, K. Har- i MOUNT, SON & CO. - . We Write Anv Kind of M ft Mr. T. K. Watson was in Somerset, luncheon, the guest of honor bein?, Miss Nannie Gaines of Mushogee, Okla- Sunday for a visit to friends. homa. Mrs Louis Landram of Danville, is visiting her sister, Mrs Clay Sutton. Mis3 Bessie Layton of McCreary lias ' guest at Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown visited been Mss Pearl Ham's Mr. and Mrs. John Brown at Buckeye Hyattsville for the past week. Sunday ' Mrs. Sarah C. Hurt, mother of Mrs. Hugh Cooper of Lebanon was Frazier Hurt, who has been quite ill at here Wednesday for the Denny-Walkher home on water street for several weens is somewnai improved. iiuiuius. Miss Minnie Brown left Wednesday' Mr. R R for a visit to Miss Kathleen Hanley ed with the New Shelburne Tobacco Nicholasville. Warehouse at Lexington has returned Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond to his home until the coming of another came Wednesday to visit Misses Jane season, and Mary Doty. Miss Lena Bright had the misfortune Mesdames Douglas and Nave of Dan- - to have a hoe she was using fly ofT its ville were here to see Mrs. Sarah Hurt handle and gave her a severe blow just above the eye narrowly missing the who is reported quite sick. er tulle; violets here and there in the ENDS A FEDERAL ROMANCE. decorations added a beautiful contrast ing effect. Revenue Inspector Met His Fate In nnhWnnnt. j ct J"' eye-bal- , , i son-in-la- w Office al National Bank. i BEAZLEY & COLLIER '!& ' ' ., .') '- e.i P 0 anona! THE QUALITY LAMP. I 8 60 ' ' Denny-Walk- f 1 Prices 40, 50, and 70cts g ' s l g Lfjii'jdoiyi :..M uu. umus imn n. s X"'' '"rai )yAIV ry er oil-ha- lf 01 SH-O-"- er nmnnigii Tin-platTin-platTin-plattight-coatek, ro hand-dippin- g M-g- .- -i i Unn'f the Driver t?0 .- r, r.a Coal HO BISCUIT, Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, healthful and easily made adeep-huedpin- rtt rA- 4K i-- a-- - Superior VACUUM CLEANE guarantee this Cleaner to be better than any other Cleaner on the market today and it will do the work of a $200. Electric; PRICE ONLY $7.50. Has been on sale one week and over a dozen satisfied customers. Let us give you a DEMONSTRATION of the wonderful power of this little machine. Call or Phone No 5. We The Store Beautiful Hurt should have been dispelled remain to poison the system. Headaches, biliousness, nervousness and other tormenting and sen-oills are common when the bowels fail to act daily as nature intended. All this may be avoided, if you will accept our advice. os & S. C. White Leghorns. Thomas B. Anderson Robinson Garrard County's Bright Spot In Lancaster. REPORT OF THE CONDITION To Our Friends and Neighbors You know us. You know we would not that we could not afford to go back on our word. Nor can you afford to Ignore offer on this splendid laxative. this We honestly believe we hare the best bowel remedy ever made the most permost plcasant-to-takmanently beneficial laxative for relief from the miseries and dangers arising from constipation. e, . YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I OOCOCOO 00V 90000 0O94QGGQ 000 My stock from prize winners $1-5- at At- lanta, Louisville and other shows. A few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. Youthful offenders. Aspirant For The Danville Collector-shi- p FARMER'S COLUMN fr0OOooooooaxoocoo00 I .Citizens By No Means Out Of The Race. A special sale on buggies and harness W. J. Romans. f t-- National Bank It is not always the song bird or the bird which makes the most noise that secures the most or the juiciest worms, the quiet and unassuming, though energetic wren usually secures her share. Mr. Thomas B. Robinson, one of the truest democrats who ever stamped under the Rooster, or assisted in the tearing of the clap boards from the Log Cabin, is an avowed candidate for Hon. W. W. Wiseman's shoes, and while his name is not being blazoned in print, and he is not making any pilgrimages to Washington, is yet to be contended with before the stretch is reached. Strong and convincing influence will be brought to bear in his behalf and his claims will surely receive consideration before the juicy plum drops into anybodys basket. There is not a citizen in Garrard county who would not be glad to see clever "Tommy" Robinson land this position, regardless of what their politics may be. As for the democrats, well they feel that he "has it coming to him" and they are for him to a man, and were it left to the say of his home people, he would go in tomorrow. And who more richly deserves recognition at the hands of his party? Tommy Robinson ever since he became a voter, and perhaps before, has participated in the democratic battles in Garrard county, and many is the time he has borne the standard to victory in the facg of what seemed to be overwhelming defeat. The night was never too dark, the mud roads too heavy or the Sugar Creek hills too steep for Tommy Robinson to get out and aid a democrat in his canvass; it mattered not whether the candidate be for national, state, district or county office, all Mr. Robinson wanted to know wa3 that he was a democrat, and he was preparied to go his lengthjto assist him in his campaign. Will a man with such a record be ignored when he chances to ask for office, will his claims fail to receive careful consideration at the hands of those for whom he has battled? We think not, and we believe that when he is weighed in the balance, he will not be found wanting. Others may secure endorsements, this claim and that may be put forward in behalf of other aspirants for the office and each and every one of them may be meritorious, but when it comes down to worthiness, no claim can be put forward in behalf of anyone that will eclipse that of Garrard's entry. He has the qualification, he has the popularity, "and above all, he deserves it, if ever a man who has fought his party's battles since he reached his majority deserved reward for his services at the hands of that party, surely Tommy Robinson is the man. Bring me your country hams, bacon, shoulders and jowls. Highest market price. W. B. Ball. t-- For cement, f coal, sand and rock, Garrard Milling Co. We wouldn't say this if we didn't believe it to be true. We vouldn't risk our reputation by making such statements did we not feel euro you would find them true. Our faith is built both on the knowledge of what Rezall Orderlies are made of and on observation of very many severe cases in which they Lave proven their merit. They are soothing and easy in action. They do not cause griping, nausea, purgThey ing or excessive looseness. tend to tone and strengthen intestinal nerves and muscles. They promptly relieve constipation, and help to permanently overcome It. Rezall Orderlies promote better . If they do not abundantly prove spirits and better health. In all of their merit with you also if you these things they are vastly superior are not entirely satisfied with them harsh salts and to we will refund your money and wo other purgatives, which are not only will do that on your mere say-sunpleasant to take but which usually We don't ask you to risk a penny. leave the bowels in worse condition Isn't that fairf than before. We particularly recommend Ilexall Orderlies for children, Just let the bowels fail in properly aged and delicate persons. doing their work just let their Rezall Orderlies coma in fiction be delayed and incomplete tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10o and the entire system and every organ suffers. Wastes that 33 tablets, 25c 60 tablets, 50c other CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rezall Orderlies are not sold by all drug, fists. You can buy Rezall Orderlies only at The Rezall Stores. You can buy Rezall Orderliea in this community only at our store I taste just like candy. Try them at Our Risk o. Azlee Gibbs, Doc, Henry and Rufus Warren, colored boys ranging in age from twelve to fifteen years were arrested by Sheriff Ballard Wednesday charged with stealing copper and brass from the warehouse of Messrs Ed. and Ben Hughe.j, the old Miller distillery property, and were lodged in jail. They will have their trial before Judge Ford Saturday, and if found guilty, will probably eet terms in the School of Reform. Much of the stolen property was found, some of it having been sold to local junk dealers, and part of it cached near the tracks of the L & N railroad. Information For Candidates. All persons who desire their names " upon the ballot at the coming August election, regardless of at what parties hands they may desire their nomination, must have their names placed thereon by petition. These petitions must be circulated on and after May 3d, and any petition circulated before that date will be worthless. The petitions must be filed with the county clerk not later than July 3d. Candidates for county offices are required to have the name of not less than 3 per cent and not to exceed 10 per cent of the voters of the Darty at whose hands they seek the nomination. Blank petitions with the state election laws printed on the back thereof may be had upon application to the county clerk and the payment of fifty cents. Sidewalks In Lancaster Still Merely A get for the money. t-- Our Buggies are a3 good as you can Conn Bros. f For cement, coal, sand and rock at Garrard Milling Co. dpacc below this heading Is for me excln-lv- e use of oar farmer subscribers, and Is for' OF LANX'AsrEn.KY..AT THE the sale of stock, eraln and such thlnzs on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- - Close of Business Apr 4th, 191- tise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two Issues of the t RESOURCES. Z.CORD, free of charge Loans and discounts lsl.5si K Overdrafts, secured and unsecured --.'JSI II ' U. S Bonds to ecnre circulation &e.tMi M lurulturcmmti-'UH.-B- i nice driving horses, iBankluK-liotise- . For Sale:-Tw- o su Due from National Hanks tm,t Ke- a young suitable io.asee.' We have a full line of Hardware, get Conn Bros. our prices. Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime Garrard Milling Co. and brick. I am offering great bargains in buggies and harness, W. J. Romans. f t-- man. for Forrest Stapp, Buckeye, Ky. te that are pure at r OR T- bALE;-Whi- Wyandotte 50 cents a setting. serve Aeeutsi ... I,lt T State and l'rlvate Basks I and Hankers. Trust Companies ' ... . and SavluirsBanks i'l 7 eggs Due from approved reserve atrents... 3,H II Due from j tis Mrs. E. B. Sutton,! Marksbury, Ky. For milk cows, two fresh and all good milkers. T. W. Conn, Lancaster, Ky. Sale:-Fou- r j I vest-pock- et 1 R. E. McROBERTS & SON LANCASTER The 35g2 Store KENTUCKY Thare Is a Jtexall Store la nearly every town and city m the United States, Canada and Great Britain. There ia a different Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill aoh especially designed for the particular 01 for which it is recommended. The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores j VSfc '&r$i 52 Matter Of Speculation. Ife5r HRsn v tyZffjettTfWWtM An added pleasure for smokers of fc 1 Su&SL If you hare not mnrirl r 3 S I 1 til WWA - Here is a smoke with the real, genuine tobacco taste that beats all artificial tastes. Every grain of it is pure, clean tobacco. Tucked into a pipe, or rolled into a cigarette, it makes a delightful smoke. smoked Duke's Mixture, made by Ltggett & Mycri at Durham, N. C, try it now. In addition to one and a half ounces of fine Virginia and North Carolina leaf, with each 5c sack of Duke's Mixture yon now get a book of cigarette papers free and s A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable presents. There are shaving sets, jewelry, c t glass, baseballs, tennis racquets, talking machines, furniture, cameras, and dosens of other articles suitable for every member of the family each of them well worth saving the coupons for. As special offer, durLmiLWWWmVVm9KfmW. 953mZBi&mmWmVbmWB. ing March and April only, we will send our new illustrated cata logue of these presents FREE. postal. WJW 9 Just send us your name and address on a Ctotom frtm DuUtWixturt mar ttatsarudwtlhlarstrtm HORSE SHOE, J. T TWSLEY'S NA- TUBAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST. from FOUR ROSES coupon). The City Council's regular April meeting, at which it was hoped and expected that some definite action would be taken in regard to the build ing of sidewalks in Lancaster, has passed into history and no "thing done along that line. An adjourned meeting is called for next Tuesday night, at which time the question will be "discussed", but discussion does not keep the people out of the mud and unless something more substantial is done at the coming meeting than has heretofore been accomplished in regard to giving the people what they expect and are entitled to in the way of sidewalks, they had as well not be called. We dislike to be continually taking issue with the council, but they are positively retarding the growth of the town, impairing the vakie of city property by their dereliction along this line. There are people right now who are anxious to build homes and will not do so because of the uncertainty about this pavement question. There are some citizens in the community who are averse to building pavements in front of property they own, but is the council to be governed entirely by the wishes of one or two people on each street, and must they sit supinely ane refuse to give the great mass of citizens and taxpayers what they wise, expect and are entitled to for this reason? Lancaster, be it said to its shame, is behind every town in this part of the state in the matter of sidewalks, and all because of the failure of the city council to take the necessary steps in the matter. Come wake up gentlemen, give heed to the cry of your constituents, let us put Lancaster in the ranks of other cities of its class, do what they have so loi,g been urging and expecting you to do, see that good sidewalks are put down on every thoroughfare in thecitj , and without further delay. Notice. PAINT liHJK Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston have been visiting his parents near Berea. Mr. Rodney Griggs who was quite sick last last week is able to be out again. 4 Miss Emma Burchell is at home after spending several weeks with friends Nicholas ville. Mrs. W. G. Kemper of Lexington was the guest last week of Mrs. Patrick and Mrs. Estridge. Miss Jane Terry of Richmond has le turned to her home after a visit to Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick. The sale at Fish and Hammacks store r fxl wu n-j- w MONT CIGARETTES, CliX CIGARETTES, and other riAiu tur. rluJ- - taxi or anttom imtd tr . Premium Dept. ST. LOUIS. Ma Lancaster, Ky. April 7th, 1913. The Honorable A. D. Ford, Judge of Garrard County Court and J. E. Robinson, County Attorney for said County are hereby notified that I JohnTanker-sle- y will on the meeting of the prison Commissioners for the month of May 1913 maice application to said Board for a parole for my son Quince Tanker- sley. John Tankersley. This April 7th, 1913, is attracting large crowds and business of every kind is booming in Faint Lick again. Burchell and daughter Miss Emma attended the burial of Mr. James Henry at Lancaster Sunday The citizens af Faint Lick appreciate the'prompt action of the two counties in having the bridge erected across the creek. Those working at it rapidly now expect to have it up in a very short time. D. .Mr. and Mrs. J. i Total Jshi.k W. T. King the auctioneer, sold for Headquarters for home grown Russell LIABILITIES. Jerry Higgins nine nice shoats on the county sweet potatoes. street Saturday, at an average of $7.70 Surplus fund 2lf.0U to W. B. Ball. uuaiviueu pro ins. less expenses and each or about 91 cents lb. taxes nuKl .1.171 M We can save you money on Wire . National Bank notes outstanding Finn kU VutIna..l LP....-WvAjhlv la.jaa4hB a I A 1U6 ts f9ht xauuuni AtalaV 17 fencing. Conn Bros. 1JC OlULft lUSulduLC. Due to State aud Private Banka and Bankets You will miss a bargain if you do Against death from any cause on all Individual deposits subject tociieck Certitied Checks not get a buggy or set of harness while pays 1.U1 W insure Reserved for Taxes the special sale is going on. Total them with us, your business appreciate j W. J. Romans. f ed. Stults & Stults Lancaster, Ky. !8TATEopKESTccKT.corNTTorOARRRr..: , l.Vi. F.Champ. Cashier of the above naeaed . See our Disc Harrow and corn Lapt. Am. iSOUrae, Who auctioned bank, do solemnly stt ear that the above stt ,rne to ,he planters. Conn Bros. the sale of Dan Burdette reported a lef!3 Subscribed and Just mail us a card when you need large crowd and a good sale. 1 mare aT Apr '913' sworn to befort:rae this tu. good insurance of any kind We will for $127. 1 SOW and pigs ?35. 30 hemp S. C. Denny. Votary PaWlc. J!,w- XVlt" jRn"arr brakes at ?6. apiece. Lot of farming coBS-Att- ?f protect your interest always. lmplements and house hold goods all B. F. HCD30S. Stults & Stults Lancaster, Ky. L. L. Walks. Directors. sold well. Capt. Bourne is a good J. 3. Johnson. For Sale. auctioneer and can always get the high Two Haverland gold band meat dishes dollar. REPORT OF THE CONDITION one mahogany music cabinet. Apply I will sell to the highest bidder, on OFTHE at this office the public square Saturday afternoon, one of my Duroc sows with young pigs You want to put that walk in out of F. M. Tinder. BANK, the best material dont you? Then buy about six weeks old. from the Garrard Milling Co. Mr. G. B. Sutton one of our CNo. 1403.) Let the Continental Insurance Com- enterprising and progressive farmers OF LAJCAoTER. KY. AT of Fall Lick section tells us he has pany be your best friend in case you have a loss by Fire, Lightning or wind. planted about thirtyjacres of corn. Mr. The Close of Bnsiness Apr 4, 1913 Sutton is one of the best farmers in It pays in full. RESOURCES. county who believes in early planting I Stults & Stults, Agents Loans and Lancaster, K. and his authority along this line can not Overdrafts,discountsand nnseenred.. J1G. 4J0 3T secured be questioned. U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. . . 50.000 to All persons having claims against Bonds securities, etc .. .. IDOOiO 7.000 (0 Miss Mary Marshbank will present them Attention Tobacco Growers. Due frtm NatioualBauks (not reserve azents) properly sworn to by lawyer before the 2400 The Kentucky State Fair this year Due from Slate and Private Banks and first day of May 1913. Bankers. Trust Companies, and desires making Banks e ss J. R. Marshbanks, Ex. very prominent the Tobacco Exhibit a DueSavlnzapproved reserve agents from 69.W& ZZ feature of the big show Checks and other cash items 117 XI and asks the help of the Farmers of the Aotes 01 other National Bancs veu no Dont Put It Off. 16 si KratP in hntr. trm RnrW and TWV 5Q. - II jraciionaipapercurrency.nlCKels.cts . ... vv... ...- - ....j .. uu. Lin rri. Monet Reserve Im Risk. As delays are dangerous when deal- tions. to assist them in so doing. I viz: Specie I 1.&0 0O ing with Fire, Lightning and Wind. r oo The premiums are verv liberal on Li.M-- i 00 notes Let us protect you with a Continental both old and new. Burley and Dark.and j Redemption V. S. Treas- Fund with Policy. . nrer (Mot circulation!. 200 (0 11 wouiu oe quite ea3y lor tne iarmers Stults & Stults Agents. to prepare samples just at thi3 time. Total .Bi'Ol9 45 There are classes for all grades. LIABILITIES Notice To Contractors. 1 50.000 00 Bright Leaf, Red Leaf, Cigarette and Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Plans and specifications for the Trash in the Burley and Austrian Leaf, Undivided profits, less expenses and 30,000 00 5.39.1 3S taxes paid consolidated school at Buena Vista Black Wrapper Long Leaf, French National Bank Notes Outstanding... 5O.0W 10 are in my office. Due S05 si Leaf, Italian Leaf and Green River Due to Other National Banxs to State and Private Banks and The County Board will meet Tuesday in the Dark type. Get your samples 19 II Bankers deposits April 29 to receive bids for same. up now and be prepared for the big Individualfor Taxe3- -.subject to check. 1SK.515 M 1,1 w T7 Reserved 4Jennie Higgins, Supt. Fair in September. Should you deTotal !s;19 sire any information relative to entry Notice. STATEOrKESTCCKT.COCSTTOrGARRiRD.Sa: blanks etc. drop a line to the Secretary I. S. C I) E.N NT. Cashier or The first quarter of your water rent J. L. Dent, Paul Jones Building, Louis- named bank, do solemnly swear thatthe above the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge was due April 1st, so please be pre- ville and belief. a. C. Denny. pared to pay same as I will call on you Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th Notice. in a few day. Under an ordinace passday of Apr, 1913. W. O. Rlgney. Notary Public. ed by the City Council, all hogs must All persons knowing themselves inMy Commission expires Feb IT, 1914. be removed from the city by May 1st. debted to the estate of C. M. Jenkins Correct Attest: J. E. Stormes. ) This ordinance will be enforced. will please pay the undersigned ad alex K Denny Directors. W. M. EmoTT. L. E. Herron, M. C. L. claims ministrator. Those holding against the estate, will please verify For Sale. Needs An Umbrella Too. and prove same and leave them with Five Jersey heifers; two fresh with Wm. Herndon, my attorney at Lancas- Robin Redbreast, cold and drawn, D. V. Jenkins Administrator. heifer calves and the other to be fresh ter. Surely has the blues, from two to thiee weeks. Has his chest protector on. Two yearling Jersey bulls (subject to And gum overshoes. Garrard Circuit' Court. register) ready for service. Will sell Plaintiffs. Jonathan Creech's Heirs, two. either but not the Three pairs of horse mules coming three. One pair mare mules coming Jonathan Creech's widow, et al, Defts. claims three and one pair horse mules coming All persons having Creech, against the deceased, five. This stock can be seen at my farm estate of Jonathan are hereby notified that I will sit at my 3J miles from Lancaster on the Buckeye office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning 7. T. Rice. pike. . April 15, 1913, and continuing from day D. B. Pelphrey, Manager Phone 347 A. unto day to April 22, of the same year, t, to receive, hear proof on .and audit UPHOLSTERING. claims against the estate of Jonathan Creech and all persons holding claims Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 For upholstering and against same are notified to have same phone your orders properly proven as required by law and Two pens with 1st and or drop me a card file, and at the same time the under- 2nd prize birds at head to No. proof upon and report signed will Turner, the amount hear Gome and see in care or of advancements made by for Ky. Box couches Jonathan Creech, deceased, to hi3 Lancaster real Barred Rocks and mattresses a specialty children, and the said parties are hereDone by to be present. by notified LOUBE TINDER, all work guaranteed. order of Court at its March Term, 1913. Lancaster, Kv W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C, Coyle The Upholster. -t Fractional pater currency, nickel. aud cents lilts Lawful Monet Reserve In Bisk, viz; Specie 411 wsw Legal tender notes . -- "" Redemption fund with I'. . Treas urer (& per cent ol circulation) zAvm Kf SfuSSSSil'ilSk. ... . "". 11 ,..,..... jh " v m ' t-- .rcSLtt " NATIONAL I -- w- Legal-tende- n.-s.- ', -t 1 VS.-NOT- ICE. Ringlets 2-- Barred Rocks re-qairi- ng 70 s. v. $2.00. isi in. ,.- - " , 3 t , V y " V v ,r i - r. J, . V-- t . .-., 'L