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KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1913. vljE 2. 3CS333eS32S33 1 IfglsfgliM ilailJBlECOBiE'BntirBitflaiailiaja - AND ,n. 'EJ m When You pay your good Money for Ftombing Booing AND - si PJ -- yj 0 i la ift-- Farming ri $ ImpEesnents Guttering. Let us have your orders. m lftJ you should get something that is good and which you ran opt crnnH rpsnlts from Our experience in the repairing of various machinery places us in a position to know a piece of Machinery better than the average man. We offer you the benefit of this experience in the selection of a line of Swiney "I'm your betfriend, vote for me. I'm for schools, good roads, lower taxes and " Green Clay "Say old pard, I' m for all those thing1-- , I'm the best friend you ever had, vote for me "Hoth of you look good to me boys, but I'm from Missouri." Tobacco plants are up and looking nicely. I m m M 1 j Work by experienced men. Plumbing done by PLUMBERS. Tining done by TINNERS. m Call us now. 551 W Phone 49. Ef to Is Harrows, Corn Plan- iers and Drills, Cultivators Etc., which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. "Tnter linn's' reconnoitre. " will soon I have no clerks, no rent to pay, and The stertorian voice of Cap't. W. T. King crying stock sales on Saturday no partners to divide profits with, thii afternoon on the public square attracts is the reason I can sell buggies and begin to , large crowd. harness so cheap. W J Romans, iiilSK utti.i S CM V SL.--S Li BROS. g a m gj ItEj.jjri-iirjs- aj Lancaster, Kentucky. ftuai w i SHU Lancaster", g We Live and Let Live. EiiiLiiB? Ky. & FOR MEN. Receiving daily everything that in SHOES and OXFORDS. Tans,Fatent Leather,OnnMQta!. Real estate transfers in city property Fine prospect for fruit.if it don't get are every day occurences, with concrete Another Auiomobiiist. Qj nipped later along. walks a certainty they would become Dr. W. B. Montgomery of more frequent. fX The book lovers contest is about over, drove into town Monday afternoon Xj lets get busy with spring cleaning. This is not exactly a but in a new "Buick" machine, a beauty. hope you will get stuck on it and It 13 a two seated affair and we expect Skim the cream o(T of today instead we ft send us your name together with a shortly to chronicle the fact that the Vs? of crying over the spdt milk of jester- dollar for one years subscription. genial Doctor has secure an occupant day. for the extra seal. Wonder what will be the ultimate Swat the breeding place-o-f the fly, in fate of our much talked of park? Good Colored Citizen Dies. other words, put a stop to him before Probably lemain the eye sore and dog he happens. James Fullom Kay, one of the best ha en that it has been for several years. known and most highly respected col Plenty of water in the lake for the Some nice strings of bass are being ored citizens of the county ditd at his filter to filter or not to filter, as the caught in 'the Fork" and Dix river, home on the Poor Hidge pike lasfT Fri- case may be. so much for the installation of game day, the 11th and hia remains were The damage to the turnpikes of the wardens in joining counties, help, get buried at Buckeye the following Sunday. He was about Co years of age j county by the recent rains is keeping one in Garrard. the county repair gangs busy. Many a man requires immediate and and had been ill for h long while. strong stimulants and preventatives if We are carrying a lot of nice horse Lancaster Man Suffers In Flood In Ohio. he gets caught in a light shower, and and jack ads. Is yours in the bunch? yet will wade in ice cold water to his Mr. James L. Smith, a painter who Better get him before the public. waist seining minnows and not antici- formerly resided in Lancaster and who pate any bad results. married a sister of Mr. Samuel G. Anderson is reported as having suffered This is the time of year the farmer severely from the recent llood in Ham looks over the seed catalogue and ilton 0. and while there was no loss of thinks he must try some water-melen- s life in his family, most of his earthly again. He tells the boys that, if thev possessions were destroyed. will plant a patch in the middle of the corn field, the rogues will probably not Mr. Joseph Bowman Uudergoes Operation. find it What is the origin of the code JUr. Joseph iiewman underwent an of morals that allows boys and men to steal melons and grapes, but not pototoes operation last week at his home on and peas? It is a psychological ques- Danville street in this city for appendicitis, and is reported as getting tion woith some attention. along nicely. Fate seems to have dealt Et tu Brule. harshly with Mr. Bowman of late years, Our old household friend and parlor as it wa3 but recently that his wife boarder, the lly, has been discovered was operated on for the same disease. to be one of our greatest enemies, not Real Estate Transfers. only to be as dangerous as the rattle My large warerooms on Stanford street and new storesnake, but as disgraceful as the bedJames I. Hamilton sold to J. s. bug, and so he must go. Johnson Jr. a house and two acres of room on Richmond street adjoining Opera House, are land on the New Danville pike near Garrard County Sheep Claims. town, formerly occupied ai.d owned by packed. They must be sold. Don't miss these bargains is new and The amount of the claims filed by the Mrs. Maty Pursifull for $1700. farmers of Garrard county for the Mr.Hamilton also bought of Mr. J. T. destruction of sheep by dogs for the Raney the local liveryman, what is year 1912 was $972.50. To settle these known as the "Bingham Comely" farm claims county clerk J. W. Hamilton has on Sugar Creek containing 53 acres for xeceived a check for $852.90, orin other $1500. f! words the sheep claims will pay 87.49 Garrard County Colored People Lose cents on the dollar. N tf. it -- ' X J! STi OVER STOCKED ON P IPPIfCa IllllfCC s Greatest BARGAINS Ever Offered in Lancaster. f W. J. BOMANS. Good As New. Their Belongings. Prices $3.50, 4,00, $5.00 The Famous Florsheim Shoes and Oxfords for the man who cares. A complete showing of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords. All colors, all shapes, all styles. The Selby Shoes and Oxfords for the well dressed Lady. Don't fail to see our line of Ladies Ready-to-wear Mr. W. B. Burton went to Louisville last week and returned home Sunday With his handsome Hudson car which he has had repainted and now looks and runs as good as a new one. Mr. Burton can run an automobile with as much ease and grace and feels as much at home behind the steering wheel of one as he does behind those champion road horses, Bleucher or the unbeaten Reolada. Let Us Have Your Letters Promptly. A daughter of "Uncle Nick" and "Aunt Ann" Palmer, a worthy old colored couple of this county, lost all of her household goods in the flood at Dayton O., and the family barely escaped with their life, being compelled to wade to safety through water to their knees. The daughter married James Stellar and they have lived in Dayton for many years. To California. We are in Need of -- S l 31 Ham uHGOHi "An interesting letter from Bryants-vill- e SUITS AND DRESSES Just received a line of White and Tub Dresses. and Stanford came in too late for publication" will be the interesting piece of news in regard co your section which you will read unless you get your letters to the Record not later than Tuesday morning in the future. The late arrival of letters from country correspondents severely disarranges our work, and as we are exceedingly btjsy just now, we must insist upon a time for everything. Extensive Hog Trader. I Dr. John A. Snowden is in receipt of a telegram from Los Angeles, Cal., from his brother Frank Snowden, asking him to come at once to take charge of the case of his son, Joshua Snowden Jr. who has been quite ill for sometime. Dr. Snowden will leave at once for that city. Mr. Frank Snowden father of the boy left Clark county about ten years ago and he and his two boys have amassed quite a fortune in the western city. Eggs, Butter, Highest Market Price Paid for all Country Produce. J ' He Surely Deserves It. We sell them for less than you can buy the goods and have them made. A look is all we ask.. H. T. Logan fl Mr. W. L. Huffman came in from Jackson county with a drove of hogs which he had purchased there, and which he had driven through, reaching here with them in good condition. The drove consisted of everything from suckling pigs to fat hogs weighing 250 pounds. They were noticeable from the absence of the "bottle drinker" usually found among the mast fed swine. James I. Hamilton purchased sixteen of the number, shoats weighing 77 pounds, at 7J cents. "Uncle Bony" Cunningham who has been digging cisterns for the people of Garrard county ever since the close of the Civil War has been granted a pension by the government, not for digging the cisterns however, but because of his services in the "12th Heavy" of which he was a member during the war. His monthly allowance will be $lo.5U per month. Everybody will be glad that the faithful old man has something to look forward to in his declining years. He is a faithful, honest old colored man 4 I and a good citizen. $ J Davidson & Doty FANCY GROCERIES. MEATS. i 1 V - v .v....-- . , P 3E DC 3E DC DE DE 3F1B DQC 3F1E 3C DC DC ! Complete SHO $2.50 $3.50 $5.00 Hi I STOC K The New '! b Our stock of Shoes for Men? Women and Children is complete in every respect and we consider that we have the best assortment we have ever had to offer at the ever popular price of Let Us Show You Shapes . and Styles which we have selected for the Spring 1913 showing. Boys and Mens Clothing of every description including the popular Norfolk Styles. Brown, Blue and Gray are the leading colors and we have them. Don't fail to inspect our stock before buying. L, J AS W. SMITH, House HE Of DG Quality DE 3 11 11 i rin 3E Rates For Political Announcements purpose of killing. It is an instrument For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 of death. When a person conceals "or County Offices 10.00 upon his peisort a pistol and carries it For State and District Offices.... 15.00 about with him he can have no other .10 For Calls, per line idea than he will probably have an occasion to kill some one. Such a person deliberately violates the law that makes it an offense to carry a deadly weapon concealed upon the person. He is a 10 iine murderer in his heart when he takes Obituaries, per line 05 the pistol. If he is not a coward when he begins this criminal conduct he soon We are authorized to announce the becomes one. He is a common menace following candidates for Democratic to the life of his community. Nominations. Pistol carrying in violation of law should be stopped at all cost. The For State Senator. next legislature should consider an CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. amendment to the present law, that would if possible stop the habit. When Of Boyle County. the pistol fiend kills his victim his ready For Representative. excuse in court of self defense frequently enables him to deceive the unJOHN M. FARRA. thinking and lenient jury and he comes J. R. MOUNT. forth a hero to the criminal niindej. Would it be too severe to have a law For County Judge. enacted that would deprive any person CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. who produces a concealed deadly weaJAMES A. BEAZLEY. pon in an affray the right to rely upon the plea of self defense, when placed For Sheriff. upon trial in a court without regard to the merits of the trouble? Should a C. A. ROBINSON. pistol carrier shoot or kill a person ASHBY ARNOLD. under such circumstances, a term in the W. L. LAWSON. penitentiary would be the least punishW. S. CARRIER. ment that he could expect, however justified he should be. We would ap For County Attorney. prove such a law and believe it would G. B. SWINEBROAD. tend to make pistol carrying less popuGREEN CLAY WALKER. lar. For Jailer. ous, homicides that have been committInteresting Notes. Dr. Carpenters Lectnre. ed in this community. Were we perCapt. Vernon Richardson is giving us Dr. Carpenter gave a very plain lecmitted to estimate we would say that incorporated. some very interesting notes from Washyear. fully two thirds would never have been ington through the columns of that ture on the fly at the court house Fri$1.00 a Issued Weekly. day evening. He declared the fly a but for the ready pistol concealed in nuisance besides being a carrier of inthe pocket, handy for its work of death. good daily, the Advocate. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. fectious diseases. One essential feaAll right thinking people would stop Commandary Inspection. ture in a town is that households must this unnecessary taking of human life R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. The annual inspection of Ryan Com- cooperate. One ignorant or careless fgr every frivolous cause or imaginary Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., grievance. If severe prosecutions and mandary of Knight Templars was well home can breed flies enough to ivitate Mall Matter. as Secoud-CIas- s even convictions in the courts would attended from her? and an enjoyable the best endeavors of a whole town. reported. The following went As flies begin to breed early in the Member Kentucky Press Association prevent it, Garrard county should be time most free. Now, there is probably from here; H. K. Herndon, Parker spring and as they breed with marveland more than one, may be, many causes, Gregory, D. A. Thomas, W. O. Rigney, ous rapidity, now is the time, so seys Eighth District Publishers League. that inflict upon our community this J. R. Haselden, J. W. Sweeney, S. G. the Doctor, to remove all manure heaps . i Haselden, J. A. Beazley and H. V. and any kind of filth from your premfrequent killing of men. Lancaster, Ky., April 18, 1913. ises. Citizens were called upon to have However, we do know that this popu- Bastin. every thing about their' premises that lar habit of carrying pistols is the one A Good Chief. are not sanitary to be made so at once. chief of all. A pistol is made for the The Central Record Begin Spring Cleaning. I The Record joins the womans club and health department in urging every citizen of Lancaster to join in the fight for health, beauty and cleanliness and urges that the campaign will not only last for a few days of the spring, but throughout the summer. It cost little to be clean, it may cost much not to be. Mnct Anco Farlo tany Just Received A Beautiful Boys Who Contemplate Entering 1913 line of white and tub dresses our prices Coin Club Are Requested To Meet are lower than you can buy the yards. to say nothing of the making. H. T. Logan. Splendid Judgement. A lady of splendid judgment remark- ed to ye editor as she passed the win . .1 uows arouml lne square, in which were displayed exquisite materials for the spring trade, that she did not under- stand why any one should go elsewhere to purchase goods, when Lancaster of-fered such inducements. It is the question that puzzles a great many, i er. mere are persons w ho insist upon going out of Lancaster for the very same articles they could buy here. The buyers of our stores that carry lines for men and women, display splendid judgment, and there never was a more conscientious set of mer chants in the world than ourmerchants right here. Show your appreciation by patronizing them. At Miss Higgins Office Saturday. All boys who contemplate entering the 1913 Bo'3 Corn Club are requested meet at the office of County Super- r. intonrlant- Tunnin II...... on next,. aai- ""'"-- - "ikbum urdav af 'ernoon April 19th at 3 o'cteck , NoutJmoc IXOWacayS. ... ' , For Cards, per line For all publications in tiie interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 Chief of Police Luther Herron, of Lancaster, was here yesterday. Capt. Herron is making a splendid official in our neighboring city, especially in the work of prohibiting the sale of liquor. One in a position to know tells The Messenger that not one drop of liquor is being sold in Lancaster, this being due to the vigilance of Capt Herron. Danville Messenger. Rules For Registration More Open. , I At the meeting of the American Saddle Horse Breeders Association last week at Louisville rules as to the eligibility of entries for registration were made a little more open. It is this; If your colt has a registered sire and its dam can be traced to a registered sire, then your colt is eligible and application should be made at once for entrance. Ardent Schriner. ( Mr. J. R Haselden one of our local and ardent Schriners will attend the annual meeting of the Schriners at Dallas Texas on May the ninth. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Haselden and Master Lewis. Their attractive young son will be attired in a uniform of the Schriner and no doubt will attract much attention and amusement While in the Lone Star state they will also visit the family of Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Aldridge. Waller Hiatt After Federal Office. JACK ADAMS. DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. E. B. RAY. J. B. COLLIER. W. L. HUFFMAN. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. WALTON E. MOSS. SHIPTONH. ESTES. DAVIS SUTTON. 2nd District CHARLES C. BECKER. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. Another homicide has been committ ed in the county, account of which was given in a previous issue. The parties. who were brothers jn law, met at church on Sunday afternoon. Only a few words passed between them when both parties produced pistols which had been brought concealed, in violation of law, to the place where a good people, in a hitherto quiet community, had met for a lawful purpose. The survivor of the tragedy upon the preliminary hear ing in court pleaded sell defense as a legal excuse for his act, and the court held that the evidence justified the accused under the circumstances to act as he did, and discharged him. Asjto the merits, public opinion, as in most cases of homicide, is divided. However, without intending any injustice to the living or dead, we can safely sav that had not both the accused and the deceased first violated the laws of their state by concealing upon their persons the pistols used in the duel, this homicide would not have occurred on this occasion, and perhaps never. Not only is it true of this one also of the numerous, too numer Walter Hiatt, formerly of Lancaster, The resolution passed by both houses but more recently of New York City, of Congress to so change the Federal ' where he has been quite successful in Constitution as to permit the election magizine writing, was in Washington of United State senators by direct vote this week. He is trying for a place in of the people has been adopted by a the Consular Service. Since his resisufficient number of states to make dence in the metropolis he has given the proposed amendment a part of our some thought to politics and was a very constitution. This has been a Jong active supporter of Governor William struggle between the representatives j Sulzer in his recent successful campaign. He is pretty strongly backed w& uic pcupic aiiu wic iciueaeuiaLives In of orgainized wealth, and is indeed a for the place he seeks. "Rich victory for popular government. Our Danville Advocate. senators in the future will be elected John Thatcher After "Pie". by direct vote, instead of the various state legislatures. Hon. W. J. Bryan, Mr. John M. P. Thatcher of Somerleader of democracy for the last six- set, who has been in Lancaster often teen years has been the formost cham- as the guest of Lewis Giil, is in Washpion of this reform and it is largely ington seeking an appointment as Solithrough his influence and advocacy that citor in the Department of Justice. it has been successful. The Senate of Mr. Thatcher is a rising young lawyer the United States for many years has and makes his home in New York City. been the representative of aristocracy He has the endorsement of many promiand wealth of the nation. Many sena- nent lawyers and politicians of his tors have purchased their seats from adopted state, and is also said to have the state legislatures. the endorsement of Secretary of State For this reason, representative William Jennjngs Bryan, all of which government in this form has been un- indicates to us that he stands a pretty satisfactory. The discoveries in the good chance to land, and we hope he Lorimer investigation and the dealings does. of Joe Bailey of Texas while in the Senate with the Standard Oil caused Record Stands For Upbuilding Of Town such a revulsion of feeling with the And County And The Young. people that the reform could not longer be denied. AH lovers of popular The Central Record stands always government can justly rejoice in- - the for the upbuilding of town and county adoption of this reform. and first of all for the young. Temptations ere on every hand, and it The Interior Journal says that in one is up to every paper to see that nothing county in Kentucky there are sixteen but clean and elevating advertising be candidates for jailer. Picking in that placed in its columns. We have in our office will be good. A previous Legis- midst a splendid set of young men, the lature raised the fees of the jailerfrom future of our town is in their hands. fifty to seventy five cents per day for We could carry whisky advertisements feeding the county and state prisoners. and make good money, but we desire to The next jailer will have an advantage say here that the doors of this office of twenty five cents per day over the will close for lack of funds, rather than present incumbent. It was only a few place whisky advertisements in its years ago that the legislature favored columns. No, we are standing for the jailers with free coal, ' lights and whatsoever things are good and pure free servants to look after the jail. It and uplifting. is indeed a good thing that those sixCall and see my large stock of bugteen clever fallows are after, and the gies and harness, they are going to be jailers office promises to be a rival in sold. The greatest bargain ever offered popularity to the sheriffs in most coun in Lancaster. W. J. Romans, ties. tf I as she h.as some P,ans relating to tbr This is the season of year when the farmer must arise early and work late, el?b wh'cn she desires to talk over Wltn vou- - hne take advantage of every possible mo like if jxiesfcle to navc as manv as fifty boys to meri ment of good weather. There is the tnere at that June. spring plowing jet unfinished, tobacco beds to look after, oats to sow, as well School Teachers And Trustees as grass seed, preparations to be made Should for the corn planting and tobacco setAttend. The Titanic May Cross In Safety. ting time, which is near at hand, and ' The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. the thousand and one things which are The Jessamine Journal has the fol-- I has announced a rate of one fare phs chasing one another at this time of lowing to say 'in regard to the damage 25 cents for the round trip to Louiavil e year on the farm. to the bridge over Kentucky river by because of the meetmgof the Kentucky the recent high water, which indicates Kiddies And Horses Affected- i Association, wnicn conthat the "Titanic" as well as allsmall-- i venes there on the 28th inst foraweek-- . The children of the community are er craft may cross in safety. session. This low fare will reduce thtr "The recent high water has damaged afflicted with a malady closely resemblSidewalks To Be Put Down On The cost of the trip to the minimum, ami the stone wall at Hickman bridge over ing measles, but not quite so severe, every school trustee and teacher in the the Kentucky River at Curley's dis- and also we hear of an occasional case Square And Elsewhere In Town county who can possible do so shouW tillery and the loss to the county is es- of whooping cough, but we are glad to attend. An elaborate programme has say none of the little people are reAt Once. timated at 2,000. The abutments are been arranged for the entire meeting, ported as being seriously ill. unhurt and the bridge is perfectly safe. At an adjourned meeting of the City and you will have the pleasure of hearA great many horse owners are combut fifty feet of the wall below the Council on Tuesday night it was de- ing some of the best instructors in the bridge on the Jessamine side has been plaining of their horses having "pink cided to order the building of sidewalks country express their views as to modern swept away. A big tree said to be eye", or influenza, which works a con- -' in Lancaster at once, or as soon as the methods of education, ako you will be more than 100 years old, was swept out siderable hardship as this is the time iegti steps can oe taKen. Mr. Homer able to "go to the citv", something with the wall and is now standing up- when every head of horses and mules is Tinsley will establish the grade on the which all of U3 enjoy occasionally, at in demand on the farm. right in midstream. The bridge is pos- public square, and this together with nominal expense. You cannot afford to siblv the oldest bridge in the State, as other localities where they are consider- - miss it. Big Business. " it was erected in 1853." ed to be most needed will be given at- The good people of Paint Lick who tention first, and as rapidly as pos- - Arson Is The Charge In A Warrant Is Sunday Excursiom. were compelled by the havoc wrought . sible they will be placed all over town. sued From The County Court The excursions will begin next Sunday by the recent flood to Dut their, goods Chief of Police Herron is busily enon sale at sacrifice prices, raport busi- - gaged in serving notices on the variAgainst Mrs. Henrietta to continue until along toward next good, and their damaged stock as ous parties (who will be required to thanksgiving, and with them will begin I ness Pendleton, the annual exodus of the cooks and oth- moving rapidly. We are exceedingly build walks and work must begin withsorry of the great loss to these good in thirty days from the serving of the Deputy Sheriff Curt A Robinson on er labor of the community who are notice. last Saturday arrested Mrs. Henrietta accustomed to spend their summers in . people, but we know their indomitable This step of the city council is to be Pendleton courage too well to even dream of at her come in the county on "across the river" towns. However, commended and will meet the approval a warrant from the county court charg- with Hamilton, Dayton and other Ohio, their giving up in the face of disaster, of the general public. There are some ing her with arson. Mrs. Sis Miller, and many of the Indiana towns suffer- and soon as new and clean stocks will places the city that are sadly in wife of Link Miller ing from the ravages of the flood, those be seen on their shelves as before the n30fl rtfin wlioe house was nH,l flood. . Tl'oll-c-t nf anvnv u...puUU, anu destroyed by fire ..v. .o . oulc on the night of the who are expecting to go there and spend it. ia m wen wmie uuuuing mem 10 9th inst, furnished the information up their time in idleness are doomed to Judge Benton Doing Good Work. have them of a uniformity as to ma- - on which the warrant was issued, she disappointment, for every able bodied . nnr nn sinn nimonoiAno ir nrni Judge James M. Benton who at one inriHi ' "'"J making affidavit that while the house person who lands in one of these towns add greatly to the appearance of the was in flames that she saw and recog- is expected and required to go to work time taught school in this county and town. but will enhance the value of at once and keep at it, and no loafers who has many warm friends and admir- city real estate, and several new nized Mrs. Pendleton fleeing from the . Cap't. MuIIikins bod hounds will be tolerated within their borders. ers here, is coming in for a great deal of -m : creelcu uwi U0Uiu reached the scene In view of these circumstances we very just praise for the able manner in not .,.B the foowi 0 otherwise have gone up. morning an(J trai,ed tQ would not be surprised if some of our which he is administering justice in his of ! colored people would not be more judicial district Judge Allie W. Young Judge A. Hardin Opens April Term Chas. V"SSS their in a recent interview in Louisville ascomfortable at home. cribes to Judge Benton the credit for her presence was reached. Of Boyle Circuit Court With the cleaning up of "bloody Breathitt", Mrs. Pendletons bond was fixed at Insurance Company Is Liberal. . and says that the wheels of justice Impressive Charge To Grand set ($100 which she gave for her appearance The Metropolitan Insurance Co which in motion by Judge Benton was the at the examining trial, which is in proJury. writes what is known as an "Industrial means of making the enforcement of gress today. policy" or a policy for a small weekly law and order possible in that feud ridThe April term of the Boyle circuit premium among the working classes, den county, and instilling into the court opened last Monday with Judge j Garrard County School Fund Not To Pro-as well as every other class of insurance, hearts of the people the respect for the Chas. A. Hardin presiding. His charge r. M tIm Keveie Derived From is carrying its policy holders in the court and its mandates. to the grand jury was along the same ' line with all of his charges given since district sohard hit by the recent flood Jqo Tj Spring Cleaning. he has occupied the bench, but in a more j disaster without the payment of their . amount collected from the dog ' premiums, and will continue to do so . th? Through the efforts of the local Wom- amplified form, and fully demonstrated , In did not pay the sheep until conditions again become normal. an's Club the people of the fact that the judge has been delving' the community In Dayton O. their weeklj premiums have been deeply into the annals of crime, and has ClsUms filed' the countv sch(o1 funl will enabled to hear two of the not benefit from the said dog tax. The amounts to $4,000. and they are carry- best lecturers on sanitation in the coun- statistics to show the truth of his 'aw Prvld that any surplus arising ing this enormous amount of! business try, Dr. Kirk of Barboursville and Dr. statement as to the cause, cost and t ,0.m theudog tax in exeess of thesheep without payment from the policy Carpenter of Stanford, and after hear- prevention of crime in the common- -' ' claims shall go to the school fund. wealth. holders,, and without lapsing their ing these eminent authorities our peoAfter paying all claims for sheep kill-- it He cited statistics which showed that policies. Not only are they doing this, ple should be able to grapple intelli cost every man woman and child in eU. bv doK3 the Auditor's department they maintain an efficient corps of gently but with the issue which how con Boyle county the sum of $8.50 per , wil1 P3 int0 the school from the 1912 trained nurses which they have rushed ihese lecturers were capita per aunum for the prosecution of doK tax $45,705.15 only half the amount to the scene of disaster and everything ironts them. brought here and lectured free all the criminals, and also points out the remedy turned over last year. The sheep claims is being done that is possible for the expense being borne by the ladies or for this terrible draft upon the recources from each county are paid out of the relief and succor of those who carry ganization, and is it but proper that of the county because of the number of doS tax collected in that county, and insurance in their company. the citizens of the community should evil doers me naiance, if any, goes to the school within its cot.fines, show their appreciation of their efforts Judge James M. Benton made it fund of the county from which the McRoberts Store Robbed. by heeding the splendid advice which Thirtv-tw- n possible to break up the reign of monev originated. rnnn. On last Saturday nicht sommni they were given by these lecturers. lawlessness in Breathitt countv, and ! ties will receive no money from this A vast deal of trouble may be saved for which effected entrance into the drug store of he is receiving much justly de , fund for their schools the sheep claims McRoberts drugstore by way of a back by beginning your cleaning early, give served credit; this could not have been having more than used up the entire window and rifled the cash drawer of your premises a thorough cleansing and possible had he not had the support and I dog tax collections, its contents, about $10., took some it will require but very little effort cooperation of the citizens of the county There were no sheep claius in five alcohol and departed by another rear thereafter to keep them in a sanitary and of the commonwealth. There is ' counties: Edmonson, Greenup, Mc-nentrance. On Sunday Mr. McRoberts condition. Gather together and have probably a county in the 13th judicial Creary, Perry and Wolfe. Martin called in Chief Herron who after examin- hauled away the winter's accumulation where there is one tenth as ' ty had the smallest claim, $3.50. and ing the premises came to the conclusion of filth on your premises, then sprinkle much lawlessness as there is in ill starr- - Madison county the highest, claims for that the work was done by some one liberally with lime and carbolic acid; ed Breathitt, and yet there is too much ! sheep killed by dogs in that county who was well acquainted with the look well to your water supply, see that crime prevalent here. Judge Hardin is J amounting to $1,075.92 with not enough premises, and he at once went to work the cistern is full of good pure clean no less determined man than Judge money to pay them. Pike county schools upon that theory. He questioned water; look well to the condition of Benton, he has the correct idea as to will receive the largest amount of any Ernest Leavell, who with a small amount your dairy, or refrigerator, if you use the proper means to adopt for the from the dog tax, $2.22a20. of "sweating" acknowledged that he the latter cleanse thouroughly with hot diminution of crime, and he has the Those counties which will receive no was the culprit, and that he lost his 'ill water and soda and allow it to stand nerve to set the wheels of justice to balance from the dog tax are: Bath, gotten means in a crap game on the several days in the sun. moving to this end, all he needs is the Bourbon, Boyle, Carlisle, Carroll, Clark, By following out the above suggest- hearty cooperation of the citizens of Fayette, Fleming, Franklin, chute. He was arrested and placed in Fulton, jail, and will doubtless get a trip to ions at once and consistently observing the district, without fear or favor, and Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, Greene, Harthe rules of sanitation which you have he will rid the district of crime as rison, Henry, Hickman. rrankfort at the coming term of circuit Jessamine, court. Leavell is a colored boy who heard so ably elucidated of late, you effectually as did Judge Benton and Lincoln, Madison, Mason, McLean, had been employed by Mr. McRoberts may save considerable sickness in your Judge Allie Young rid Breathitt of its Mercer, Montgomery, Nelson, Oldham as a porter about the store. familg during the coming summer. lawlessness. and Owen. Frankfort Journal. "' iuuL-iiuuuu- ' I I """""" " ( "tl" " ZZZ ' "y ! ot ct coun-distri- ' m -- i ' i n. i rH- , ipf aaUldLMUMUii lt.Tll1. Illil I 11 in . S 9Kui?sSiciKrTiSi Nothing" B ux rueCTigTBSgagaa I PPiT esx J "J3 5Sei..ra3iJn-.gsas- is urooa jjinrmgji z "1 EpC CJ to E9H33 .Bear this E. STtCJSS Q uompaay RJ -! U? H s JMame 4 The IDEAL COMBINATION POLICY Is The Best ef?2 We Have "Written In 30 Days J 9 i 111 RHl sh. BlH PI Mm Hi IB Kill feSSa t33 liliilli PH 1 I JBL I WI v JL i V- - If 4 TU PU C I J -- JL Sv X JUL W.H.GREGORY President. i IsOuisville9xy: ! 1 Mr 1 i1 y JL-m J gra.iww n i"ErsaaAua;"aiLg7 ESijsragyaBiraijrirsdgygi'qiyraaTrasyTE Land Values, Educational Facilities And fJJKJfaBEffggnK3BSEgK E'j iittw unBiifc i Taxation In Garrard County Twenty Twenty five years ago some of the best farms in Garrard county, including j well improved farms, might be pur- 7 o ' chased for 50 per acre. Today those 7 same farms could not be purchased for three times that price. Waste land ,v twenty five years ago, or what was ca'lcd wast? land, uncleared, rough poor land, had absolutely no valuation, J; K hardly worth paying taxes on, and a great deal of it actually reverted to the state because of the failure of theown- ' er to pay the taxes thereon; this same land today is bringing in many instances as much as the best farming land brought in those days, and some of the best farms in the county are now what iVeztf ' was twenty five years ago land that was considered without valuation. Twenty five years ago the public There's a note of pride in the remark. To schools of the county were few, far be- own a Studebaker buggy is to own the finest, tween and of indifferent quality, the classiest looking, lightest running vehicle on houses were small, usually in bad rethe road. pair, good teachers hard to get, pay poor and as a usual thing the schools Slender, yet sturdy wheels, flexible bent-reac- h were but poorly patronized. Even the gear of the new Studebaker pattern, well school in Lancaster, the best one in the proportioned, graceful lines, upholstery of the county, was not up to the present kind that makes you want to lean back and standard of the smallest country .school in the county of today. If one desired enjoy yourself, and the Studebaker double ironed to educate their children, it was necshafts, strong and shapely. essary to send them from home. Note the improvement in the educational Why wouldn't any man be proud to own facilities of today in the county as comStudebaker? a pared with the conditions twenty five years ago; see the handsome $35,000 Firm Wagon Trucks DMivMT Wacons school building in Lancaster, with its Dump Wagons Pony Carriages Harness corps of efficient teachers, offering to See our Dealer or write us. its patrons, without money and without Lprice, an education which will prepare STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. a child to take its station in almost any KEW YORK Futhermore, note the walk in life. DENVER CHICAGO KANSAS CITY DALLAS MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND. ORE. splendid consolidated schools being established throughout the rounty, offer" ing better facilities than could be secured a quarter of a century ago at an expenditure of many huntlreds of dollars, and last but not least, visit any of the rural schools of the county and see how efficiently they are conducted, taught by a teacher who has acquired For Public Service, Season 1913. efficiency by years of hard study, finished off perhaps by a course in the splenoffer the two fine Saddle and Hqrness Horses, did Normal at Richmond, and who stands prepared to meet all the requirements demanded of them along educational lines. But, you will say, these improvements along educational lines have cost To money, our taxes have increased. could not both hind ankles white, seven" years old, 16 hands high be sure they have, surely you Bay horse, star, expect these vast improvements at the same cost oi me iaciuues ox nau a me a time ago. But have you taken into consideration the fact that your facili922 by Washington Denmark 64. She Preston 1st dam baby ties for meeting the increased taxation Pence by Enoch Ardeu; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 have also increased, the value of your 3rd dam, daughter of Rarrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. land has increased, yes far beyond the Grey Eagle most sanguine hopes which you entertained along that line twenty five years ago, when it was hardly possible for you to eke out an existence from the proceeds of your farm, to say nothing Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 of properly educating your children. The market value of your farm prohands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. your hogs, your ducts have Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel cattle, in increased, all your live stock fact nearly 58. 1st dam. Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief has increased in valve almost if not 1718, one of the two great chief sires. quite one hundred per cent, and surely your taxes have not increased in this measure. 'I The conduct of the schools of the These horSfis are both sound and genuine saddle horses with- speed county is in good hands, the amount allotted from the county levy for school action, and perfect gaits. I have facilties for coring for mares sent to me from a distance and will purposes is being judiciously handled, not one cent being wasted, you are furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. In all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. surely getting value received; aye more, Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed for every cent of tax paid for school from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent acci- - purposes; your taxes are not so very cidents but not responsiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect high, in fact you would never notice the slight increase were your attention these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. not called to it, and when you think of what this slight increase is doing for you, for your children, for your property, fur your community, surely you 7 7 Five Years Ago And Today. V ...i ?; utter not one word of protest against the little mite of the county tax that goes for the support and improvement of our splendid svstem of You will not, you cannot schools. grumble at money paid out for the purpose of preparing your child to cope with the world when you are gone and it is thrown upon its own resources, and what better prepares a child to cope with the world than a good education, just exactly what a tithe of your taxes is now being used for. will Fish And Game Laws Intended For The For Loss of Hair We will pay for hat yott uso If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not promote the growth of your hair. In nil our experience with hair tonics the one that has done most to cain our confidence is Iiesall "93" Hair Tonic We have such faith in it that wo want to try it at our risk. If it doc3 cot satisfy you in every particular, we will pay f or w hat you use to tha extent of 30 day treatment. If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does mot remove dandruff, rcliexo Ecalp irritation, (stop the hair from fa!hn and promote a new growth of hair, come back to us and ask u? to return the money you paid forit, and wo will promptly hand it back to you. You don't siip anything, promise anything, brins anything back, or in any wayoblisat yourself. Isn't that fair? Doesn't it stand to reason that w would not mako such a liberal offer If we did not truly believo that Rexall "03" Hair Tonic will do all we claim for it that it will do all and more than any other remedy? Wo have everythinc there ia a demand for, and are able to judse tho merits of the things we sell. Customers tell us of their eucceas. Thera are more satisfied users of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic than any eimdajr preparation we Ecll. Start a treatment of Rcxill "93" nair Tonic today. If you do. wo believe you will thank us for this advice. Tn otizo bottles, COc and SI. You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonia In this community only at our stora: ed tS- - GOD'S IVJEDICINES according- to the Original & Exclusive rorcialaa & Recipes of Charlie White-Mooy Tha Herbalist, for the treatment of hun.an ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands ot SesvimonioJs. tha Great SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Human Skin Only. A3l; your druggist, or write Cow-boC02T-CEL-SA- E, Compounded n, CHASOE L'ody-Toni- c. WHITE-MOO- N I oar pidro , cr Mrs, CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N Protection Of Fish And Game, And Not Individuals. i. s:,ehc5 iitE Wsst Sfoafrray Louisville, Kentucky "My Studebaker" J Carrol reston 4383. The erroneous impression seems to have become imbedded in the mind of some people that they have the right to seine upon their own premises streams which traverse, their premises, which presumption is entirely wrong, and if anyone proceeds upon this theory they may not be surprised to find themselves in the clutches of the law. The law prohibits the killing of quail out of season, either on your own premises or someone elses, and also prescribes the manner in which fish may be taken, and prohibits seining and dynamiting, and this prohibition extends to running streams, regardless of whose property the seining or dynamiting takes place. A Game Warden will go on. duty in this county this month, there is already one, and a very alert one in Boyle county. These men will probably be unknown to law abiding citizens and law breakers alike, and one thiner is certain, "every body will look alike to them", the holding of their jobs will depend upon their diligence, and if you violate the fish or game laws, the chances are very much in favor of vou being caught, and once caught, you may rest assured you will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. In many instances the State Executive Agent has employed special counsel and sent them into the county where the infringment took, place to assist in the prosecution of the malefactors. The Executive Committee of the local club is soliciting membership, give them your name or call on Mr. J. E. Storme.s and sign a membership card and pay him your annual dues and thus help out in this good cause. Cheap Rates On L & N. Pouliry Raisers M.3rj ' . R. E. McROBERTS & SON Lancaster The JJiKtJJ Stirs Kentucky md city in tho United &tate. Canada an I Great Britain. There is a different Retail every ordinary huraao Remedy for especiall designed for taa particular ill for which it is recommended. Tha Rexall Etorei ars Amrick'a CraatMt Drug Stores There is a Rexall Sto-- e in nearly every town Bint'0-.vr- . K7.. "I tire used Rrape 1 44 for yeui tid tiinl it the test ItcufesgapesaadltmberaeckviiLojtffttL " Vi!lC3ej.Eari:3wn. K7 ,av: "One dioa of Recipe 1 dropped down t!lel31 of a gaping chictea lull the woro tad tAeva tfce c&:k tastantl;. Ili tin but preMe 1 hae eret luej. ilfg. and CcaranteeJ by J. Keif. Crime, Bardstvn, Ky. Price 50c at all Drugisu. Mil Kite Biyant, peuWytenwayioade. ssrE-- CURES S l A 1H Cholera, Gapes, Llmberncck. Roup, CanSer.SI r Diarrhoea and ali Diseases of Pouliry i v, I I -- SA MM ft sn 4-- 1 4-- C."C. & solo av J. E. Stormes. Death Reveals tha Truth. The neighborhood of tho tomb largea the mind. The proximity death sharpens the perception truth. Victor Hugo. The Hard Part. cssumzsssr: en-o- t ot "You get your money easy enough!" "Oh, I know I get it easily," replies the other. "All I have to do is stand in line for my pay envelope. It was the earning It I was kicking about. Judge. "Huh!" says the friend. Pale Faces d, weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you nee Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on tne cause or your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- "Its the mechsnical wonder of the age!" You can't buy the Ford mechanical features in any other car at any price. That's one reason why you must get yours now if you want to drive "the- - mechanical wonder of the age" this season. "Everybody is driving a Ford" more than 200,000 in service. New prices runabout car $600 town car $800 with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit Factory. $525-touring $25 00 To Insure Living Foal. HIGH CLOUD 3334. The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. announces the following special rates. Sunday excursion to Cincinnati 0. April 20th, fare $1.75 round trip. Spring Races, Lexington Ky. April 25th to May 8th. One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Meeting Kentucky Educational Association, Louisville Ky. April 28, 29th and 30th. One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. E60 County Court Days. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. Take $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. - W- 0. Wqlker, Stanford, Kv Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th'. Monday. Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui. mv back hurt awfully. I only weighed.! yy pounds, wotiong after, I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am In good health." Begin uu-autaKing today. j, E ELRY 60. LEXINGTON, KY Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Silver is excelled by none in the city. VI6T0R, BOGfl&RT 133-13- 3 West Main St. l - i jj v 'V Kentucky's Finest Saddle Stallion. Will IU .BBHIHHBIHIHHH 1 I I ML U make the present season at my stable one mile east of McCreary and 6 miles east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of about 6 hands, and weighs about 1,200 lbs, has fine mane and tail and lots of bone and substance arid a great natural style horse. A great show horse, both under saddle 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. 1 vftll $10.00 To J ill lift Ml M.9 ID n E II LIVING COLT B He is a rich light chestnut in color, H 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 $150.00 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 I want to give the poor a chance as well as the rich. KING PERCHERON IN THE STUD He has proved himself to be an excellent breeder, as his colts have 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, I Ik hands high, weighs about 850 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. Hesold 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 Insure A Living Colt. Also at the same time and place, I will stand my fine Jack, No person can remember a time when Kentucky mules commanded the prices as at this time. Farmers can engage in nothing that brings such profits as raising mules. Beecher Morgan has size, 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 mare mules that were sold brought over $100.00. We reccommend this fine Jack to the service of the public for Jennets also" Beecher Morgan. Colt and If you will observe the blood lines of this Jack and see the individual, you will be convinced that he is bound to stand at the head as a JENNET JACK. Beecher Morgan is 15V hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. 0. Hill's champion Jack ) dam Nannie B., 2653,-b- y Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. The service of my stock are offered at prices in the reach of everybody. Both Dorsey Gold Dust,Jr., Percheron and Beecher Morgan are sure foal 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 Mule, $10.00 for Jennet at $25.00 for Jack, to Insure Living Colts. B. 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 once. Care taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Grass for 30 mares. Mares bred any time. Phone 364-- WALKER r . BRADSHAW. Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at all times. 5, .' .- McCreary, Kentucky Call and inspect my stock. rc w 1, . iK . r'- - .i l -, or - - - 5I i .. jef-n,'s 1 JH !, I!?! .tZx$2-lC'- -- U&&'aAX UN I'PrjA, te-Vf oUyK' ms.,- 4- i?' ?a - taw C t25SKK i HE N A riON AL BANK OF LANCASTER. HER LAUDABLE EFFORT FOKEN OF ADMIRATION By JULIA CONWAY. BY EFFIE SAUNDERS. Capita; $50,000. Surplus $30,000. ) ii "Do you notice any difference in me?" Inquired tho little stenographer of the bookkeeper. Prts't. "Well, that depends," he replied S. C. DKNNY, Cashier. "There Is the weath r. R. T. Emdky, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlLl., er and the daylight and so many oth- r uiings ones supposed to notice a change in " - Safely Deposit Boxes For Rent. "Oh, tell me all about that some otk er time!" interrupted the little stenogWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. rapher "I had the floor, and I simply asked you a question to be answered Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. yes or 'no. I had reference to a change for the better. However, I know Stormps, S. C. Donny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. it would be hard for you to dlstir,. guish any added graces and beauties in me, so I withdraw my question." &L&L&7'Vn3JSr:23Xiugr&J&JS "Thank you," murmured the .V J3s. TJ.SJZr&i meekly. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. "You'll be pleased to know that I'm a follower of one of the muses. I afORGANIZED 1SS3. fect gymnastics and they, Incidental-y- . affect me! Of course, gymnastics in themselves are not my aim rather, they were not. I onw mitA eo ..w OF LANCASTER. KY. spinning around on one too, rushing gracefully across the floor with outSURPLUS $40,000. CAPITAL $50,000. stretched arms as though to catch a fe streak of lightning, suddenly halting W. F. CHAMP, Casliier. and spinning like a top; then vigorously repeating the performance U r. with variW. O. P.igney, Aa3't Cash'r. J. J. Walker. Jit., r ations. "You know, I really saw a flesh and blood girl do such things. And y Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. she said it was easy! h "I talked with her about it and, oh 2 J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs she was so graceful. It seemed to affect even her tongue! While she talked she moved around mo like a fairy, and ana jrrtre cr&. j KrKr?, arrvc2.rwstt, jmra9.irvmk I nearly fell over myself in awkward attempts to get out of her way every time she came near me! But she talked right on, and never noticed anything. She was so ' as a result of her dancing. ltf55ZiY "So I grew more and more interest. J" fl k?iTT j ed. She told me what she had studied, and how long she'd been at it just two years and what it cost for a course and, above all, how much fun the unless we are sure it was! signature is right. That "I felt the need of something of tho sort. When I'm out in company I sit precaution protects destill and envy every one, most of tho positees from fraud of time! It seems that I'm the only permany kinds. Money in son on earth who hasn't a single accomplishment! And after talking with Garrard Bank & Trust f CT2. Cr5i"t-V-'T-'OZ . .. jrB'.'-i'- the girl who knew gymnastic dancing kV man u is eiftwsssseoresssa lo. is iar saier I could see myself calmly smiling at . A..nt rynA : hosts t all my new to of friends while they i emu yiuicut i h, in your possession, ueuei uijcii an begged me dance for them. I could k see myself, after much coaxing, rising H what you have while making more. languidly and, amid a breathless hush, r pirouetting into a wonderful dance! i & "I could see club women begging me, as a favor, to help them entertain! .&v?sr?Bttr3aiatar&iBL I could see myself doing innumerable dances with wonderful men escorting me, throughout all the rest of my life! tam1- BijWEMM'&iB70BKWB.MJMMiBl "Well, of course, I couldn't start ji right In pirouetting in graceful mazes. Miad to begin with the groundwork! That girl had to, too, when she It sounded all right. I thought I could hastily brush over the necessary foundations, and hasten onward to the heights. "I'm still hastening, but the heights nave gone up so high in the meantime that I've given up even wanting to get there! Do you in order to E dance, you have know, able to fmnnn;prl nf Roots HprhQ to be swing Indian clubs to music. Just as fast as and Barks, for all you can go whether your head gets In .1 go t3 the way or not makes no difference 131rss3 T"l?rArriCJ until it'a just as simple to you as swinging your arm over a boat. g-Rheumatism,Kidney "Thus far I can manage to grasp put . my p the club firmly andcount it back ofmurLiver, Stomach,'Nerhead every other without dering my ueighbor and I consider vousness and Fe- .0 that this degree of dexterity is quite an achievement. DAKOTA. JACK, male Diseases. "Then you have to be able to bend The North Western Cow Boy. gj forward, with your knees straight, and touch your hands to the floor. Now, DAYS TREATMENT FOR 7t the tips of my fingers came almost .cj' within a foot of the floor when I'm bent double that way, and I'm most appreciative or the who or a" Pain Deafness. Burns. Stings g had their muscles early martyrs far as T drawn out as Sprains Etc- .- 25cts per Bottle. possible. Unless I craclc, I fear my hands will never touch the floor! "Then you have to stand facing ii-g ' front, and at a signal turn so that just For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. the half of you from your waist up" Is facing back! I know it sounds imlOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. possible, but It's required and that's all there is to it. You Just have to! E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & All on sale at It isn't the only absolutely impossible Ky., and Henry Kuhlman Son, Lancaster, j thing that I'm forced to do! "But, anyway. I've paid my tuition, & Son, Lowell, Ky. j, and they say it's beautifying, so I'm staking It my ambition now to grow trtautlful! "Olt, yeH-- I didn't tell you that The reasou I've relinquished the dream of dancing Is that 1 discovered that my graceful adviser studied every day of her wo years, all day long! I have been trying to learn In one hour a week, at night! I supposo now, if I fall to grow graceful, I'll And that It's because I should have begun trying a3 an infant, before ray bones hardened. But as long as they keep tho bitter truth from me, I shall continue to A. K. DENNY. President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Book-Keepebook-keepe- r, I ! We Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- It had always been tho rule in the Crompton family for the children to Ebare and share alike, but when pretty Claribel, the eldest, received the day after her sixteenth birthday a beautiful basket of bonbons, a token of the admiration of a youth whom she had met while visiting in the summer, Bhe inwardly rebelled at the prospect of seeing the delicious sweets melt away like the dew before the sun. For the young Cromptons made remarkably short work of a box of candy. "I speak first for that big piece of candied pineapple," said Alice as the children gathered around Claribel to see the delectable package opened. "Can I have some o them candied violets, Claribel?" asked small Joe. "No, you can't." Claribel quickly raised the basket beyond the reach of Joe's none too clean hand. "You can't have any, because you said, 'them' Instead of 'those.' " "Well, I don't care If I did. You ate more'n half the taffy I bought with the nickel dad gave me for having my spelling paper right." "And it was the first time he ever got a perfect mark," chimed Helen. "Why, Claribel, aren't you going to let us have any of tfie candy? You shut down the basket lid with a regular forever bang." "Mayn't I have that pineapple to put in my lunch box?" asked Alice. "I guess If you had to take an old lunch to school every day the way I do, ;'.- 0aX$& - S ly Voltaire m. f -- "., u PLJB you'd" The Greatest Percheron Stallion in the State. Voltaire is perfect in conformation, is a blood bay and weighs about 1900 pounds. Draft horse3 are greatly in demand for all kinds of work and there is nothing more profitable than draft mares for mule mares. The finest, highest priced mules all over the country are out of draft mare-,- . Voltaire is just what you want to cross with your grade end draft mare3. He will make the .season of 1913 at my home on the Danville pike, one mile from Stanford at $15.00 to insure a living colt. r?nwv tmgti 4s' s JJLlr'We Don't -- m d lash uiecks ifiii v,siic. lt "No, Alice," returned Claribel with dignity. "I'm going to save this candy." "Save It!" exclaimed all the children. "What for?" demanded Carlta. "You know I had tho toothache yesterday and couldn't eat any of your birthday candy. I think I ought to have a lot of this." "And get the toothache again," scornfully remarked Claribel. "If you weren't such a baby about going to tho dentist you could have your teeth fixed." KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. This great voung Peavine stallion, will make the season at Nevin Carter's, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $20. to insure a living colt. I will ilso stand one of the best breeding jacks in this part of the state Watch for particulars Inter. J. N. CARTER, Stanford,rKy. S r. i uu-uuii- he Garrard Bank Trust Company if irsiey s be-ga- III it $1.00. I 1 45 I i Dakota Jack's Qow Boy CREME SOAP. J. f J11I1111C11L g p S "Well, what good would it do If you're always going to save your candy?" "I'm not always going to save it," replied Claribel In a tone of martyred patience, "but this is a very special basket of candy and I think if I don't want it all gobbled up the first mlnuto I've a right to keep it. My sorority Is going to meet here a week from next Saturday and I want to show all the girls this beautiful basket Just as it is. Then I'll pass it around and you can all have some." "Yes, after the sorority girls have picked it all over," grumbled Alice. "Some day you may wish to join my sorority, Alice." Alice, being an aspirant for early election to her sister's sorority, looked somewhat chagrined and mentioned casually that it was time to be going to school. After tho others were gone Claribel hastily looked about for a hiding place for her basket of candy. After a moment's desperate thought for nothing was sacred In the house of Crompton she flew into the library and secreted the candy with considerable satisfaction at her bright idea. "Where on earth did you put your candy?" asked Helen the next day. "Oh, were you looking for it?" "No, of course not, but I didn't see it anywhere and I Just wondered ' where It was." "I suppose you all wondered." Claribel was smiling superior. "I Just put it away." Joe, coming in from play on the Saturday of the sorority meeting, forced his way into th library against the advice of his yVung sisters, who warned him that Vlarlbel would be angry if he went h.to the meeting, which was always very secret. "I don't care If it Is a secret," declared Joe. "Claribel promised me some candied vi'lets today and I want 'em." "Joe, run right away," commanded Claribel as he entered the room. "You know you can't come to our meeting." "I don't want to come to your meeting. All I want is the candy you said I could" "Oh, my basket of candy!" fairly shrieked Claribel. "It's all burned up." "Why, how can it be?" asked Alice, who had rushed In, having been listening at the door. "Where was it?" Claribel pointed at the fireplace. "I put it under the cedar boughs father brought In from the country to make the fireplace look pretty, and when the girls came today I thought how cheerful the fire would be and I lighted it and forgot all about the candy!" All her sisters, sorority and real, gathered sympathetically about the weeping Claribel, but Joe said, "I guess now you're sorry you didn't give me them candled vi'lets." Bobby's Circumlocution. Mrs. Kawler Who is the smartest boy in your school, Bobby? Bobby Well, Johnny Smith sayB he Is. FARM SiL HH O HOL A11 $40. To Insure a Living1 Colt. Champion Colt Sire of Kentucky. The Sire of Three Winners of 1912. A. S. H. B. A. trophy won by Aristocrat, at Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Ky., Jaquilina, Kentucky State Fair, Princess Eugenia, Missouri State Fair. All Peavine colts topped the yearlings at the February, last, sale at Lexington, Ky., and colts were there by such sires as Rex McDonald, Rex Peavine, Kentucky Choice, Bourbon King, Bohemian King, Dandy Jim 2nd., Bourbon's Best, McDonnld Chief, Highland Gay and others. Can you deny that he is the champion young sire of Kentucky. Breed to this stallion whose produce is in demand, and there is no stallion breeding in the class and finish that he is, at any thing like the price at which I vine stand ALL PEAVINE. R. S. SCUDDER, Mc.Kinney,Ky. Wi XXXXIX3'XXX 33aX 7MX2!j Uope!" i a DON VERRICK. the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Will make Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05 ' (who sold for 525.000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 2:24, 2nd dam EE CORN IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE. SIIOPPLNG AND AESOLUTELY I I h ,i!tp1.sprri hd . ljpiltJj feUywI- - EUROPEAN w asked me a little while ago," said the bookkeeper, "if I noticed a difference in you. I had noticed It before you spoke. I thought it was rheumatism!" Chicago Dally News. ""You nprirr nirrRTrrr TgJfrrlArS7V?'' Most Regrettable. Hotel Henry Watterson 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 the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent ' Restaurant service Eleeantly Furnished Kooms with hot nnd coM runnlnewiuraudiimi'te CI An 1,ul' toilet, per diy 1 CQ EHrsntly Furnished Koomsith Private Bath.periUy i "I understand vou have sold vour beautiful country home, Mrs. "Yes. We hated verv much to Tinrt with it, but there was nothing else to do." Mrs. Kawler But who do you think is? Bobby I'd rather not say. Vm not bo conceited as Johnny Smith. Boston Transcript Culinary Demand. "Sure, mlm," said the new cook, suddenly appearing In the doorway, "could I be afther boryin" th' boss's s&fety razor for a little while?" "Safety razor?" echoed Mrs. Noo. "What for, Norah?" "Sure, mlm, I want to shave that rabbit before 1 sthew him.' Harper'd Wcrskly. "Undoubtedly, and It nleased ua In every way, but we were unable to decide on a name that was sufficiently bizarre to look well in the society "It was a charming place." B Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:154 and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 220. Winchester 2:1934. Miss R. 2:30. The corn crop is the most important of all crops grown in the United States and less importance is attached to the selection of seed for Planting. Why not increase your yield by planting Boone County S2.00. S2.50 and $3.00 tfttntv Q7 Cfl Katatwan service, but choice of club each "ifr OUV. person Table d'hote iuncliMn from 12:00 to CAp priccsnrcu.otiiHxlr-ite- ehirre of Experts and the cuisine ai.d wnlw is Oar . Is In The Cafe Notice. SKp.m.,peri.TJjm Larce Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day Table d'dote dinner. from 6 M to 8:0Jp. m., jriTsou p. m. to Rathskeller open from CI 00. ?X.UW 1KB a. m. Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ROBT. B. JONES. Manasrer. CEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mer. , Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotel AssLzr (open Hay 12, 1913), Hotxl Pattis Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. Lancaster Ky January the Honorable A. D. Ford, Judge of the Garrard County Court and J. E. J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Robinson County Attorney for said County are hereby notified that I John Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky Medcalf will on the Meeting of the Prison Commissioners for the Month of Better Than The Best, No Higher May 1913 make application to said Than The Rest Board for a Parole. This January the Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. John Medcalf. By R. H. Tomlinson Atty. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. 3. Phoenix Hotel S l 8 m 1 Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06, and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15 'A hand Jack at $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. - r White, which will produce from 5 to 15 bushels more per acre than most any other variety? W. Bush Nelson of Lexington, Ky. is supplying his customers with choice seed of this variety at $1.25 per bushel Order now so as to get it r Its. before the rush comes. 4-- t. S" -- 'ivt .- iv - r ui is-- .- a& , -,: v .'. W y'ljr - S. - . .r3 .' y -- a. "Mergaa. Stale University News. asrgsa Tfce Gft Of J.rPipMt 9"eeeoeoooeee0(Kii 2 In New York City stands a magnificently appointed hospital, on a beautiful site. It was Morgan's gift. Kis wealth built and endowed it, and the splendid thing about that hospital is that it was dedicated to motherhood. This man, the father of four children, the grandfather of eleven, turned from his gigantic dreams of an industrial and financial empire, to build an institution for those who go down into the valley of death that they may give a new life to the world. The career of Morgan finds here its touch of poetry his reverence for the holiest of human fads. It is in keeping with Lis character that this reverence expressed itself in a form so practical. Thousands of little babes have been better born, with better care, and hence a better chance in a world of struggle because of Morgan's gift. Shall we not remenber this whtn we pass the final verdict on his life? And there are countless other deed3 of practical kindness to his credit. It is a tribute to his greatness that he sought no advertisement for these activities. There are no institutions called by his name. There are no "foundations" to perpetuate his memory; but there was no real philanthropy that asked his aid in vain. Let us recount one little incident of which we know. A committee called upon him one day to ask his help for the babies milk fund in New York. It asked him for a thousand dollars. With out a word he made it ten thousand, and as the committee rose to leave his office, he said: "Now, not a line of publicity abou this, or you will never get any more". It was spoken with the gruff command of an autocrat, but it marked the measure of the man. He did not pose. He liked to do good: he liked to nelp, but he wanted no praise. From The Office Of Public Roads, United States Department Of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (ByCB. W.) A gold medal to the school boy or girl between the ages of 10 and 15 who writes the best composition, not to exceed 800 words, on the repair and maintenance of earth roads, is to be awarded by Logan Waller Page, Director, Of of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. AH compositions must be submitted to Mr. Page before May 15, 1913, and the medal will be awarded as soon thereafter as the compositions can be graded. The compositions may be based on knowledge gained from books or other sources,' but no quotations should be made. After many years' experience in dealing with the public road situation of the country, it is Mr. Page's belief that ignorance on the subject of repair and maintenance of roads is as much the cause of their bad condition as any other one factor. It is expected that the competition will bring about a better understanding of the subject of repair and maintenance in the rural dis- tricts. Many children living in the rural districts have experienced the disadvantages of roads made impassable through a lack of proper maintenace and it is expected that their interest in the competition will stimulate greater interest among the parents. Bad roads have prevented many children from obtaining a proper education and have even prevented doctors from reaching the side of rural patients in time to save their lives. Any child between the ages mentioned, attending a country school, may compete. Only one side of the paper must be written on; each page should ba numbered; the name, age and address of the writer, and the name and location of the school which he or she is attending must be plainly written at the top ot the first page. The announcement of the competition has been sent to the superintendents of schools in the rural districts. No further information can be obtained from the Office of Public Roads. This announcement should be plain to everyone and all children will thus start on a basis of equality. Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of April 1913 there will be presented to the Garrard County Court a petition by the following land owners of Garrard County; N. T. Grow, A. W. Estes. W. 1). Lee, J. W. Sanders and Peachy Grow; said petition will ask said Court to' change a public road in road district No. 24 Garrard County, the proposed change to take the road out of the bed of Sugar Creek where it now is and put same on the bank of said creek. The changed road to run through the lands af Jas. Sanders, Jess Sanders and N. T. Grow. The road to start at the 3 forks of Sugar Creek and extend down the creek for about two miles. Said Court will also be asked to appoint commissioners to view the new route and assess damages, and for all orders necessary to obtain said change of road. Given under my hand this 14th day of April 1913. Cleveland Bourne, Road Supervisor. 2U The first military ball that ha3 been I given for some years at State University was neatly executed Saturday April 12. By EMILY JOHNSON. Major Gulllon was in charge and it was enjoyed by all. Tuesday at chapel hour the Annual When Platchett "first moved Into the Interverity Oratorical Contest of the Pleasantvllle neighborhood the men Patterson and Union literary society all though him a remarkably likable be ui.e fellow. As many of the women as will will be held, there representative from each society, the managed to get a look at the family's furniture decided that the Platchetts winner of this contest will represent did not possess any too much of this ift the University the Annual world's goods. These furnishings Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest to be were plain and somewhat scanty, acheld this spring. cord to Pleasantvllle standards. But Tuesday April 15 at 8 P. M. the one and all voted the Platchetts desirFreshman of the Patterson Society able neighbors. Platchett made friends readily. He will lock horns with the Freshman of great story the Union Society in their first annual was usually smiling, was a teller and never failed to laugh at any debate subject, woman suffrage. story told by another. He was, inThe great social event that the deed, a good listener he would sit Juniors look forward to with ljngi g and listened as If his life depended eyes' is the Junior Prom, which will upon it. Mrs. Platchett was in these be given Friday April 18 at the Phoenix things a fair match for her husband, and the little Platchetts seemed to Hotel, the Seniors to be their guests. Rapid preparations are being made by pattern their behavior similarly. Tho first morning that Platchett the class of Thirteen for the celebration joined the other male members ot the of Arbor Day. suburban colony for the ride to town In the smoker of the 8:15 he searched Road Contracts. his pockets in full view of everybody in the car. Then, with a frank smile, The Garrard county Fiscal Court has he accepted a match from Penderby. awarded contracts for the maintenance He held the match in his hand and of the turnpikes of the county during put the other hand into his breast pocket with full confidence only to the current year as follows draw it out again empty. district no. 1. "I came away without a single Sectioh 3. Ollie Lane, rock 5.90 per Bmoke!" he declared. "What do you rod. think of that!" Penderby was sympathetic. He Section 4. Davis Sutton, Rock $7.00 pressed a cigar upon his new neighper rod. bor, a cigar of that variety known as district no. 3. Section 2. Wm. Anderson, Rock $7.80 the Penderby choice, three costing 50 cents. The borrower smiled again, lit per rod. the cigar, and seemed well pleased. Section 3. Wm. Ray, Rock $7 60 per And he did not bother to return the rod. smoke the next morning, nor on the Section 4. A. N. Ray, Rock $G.75 per morning following. Soon the Platchetts became acrod. Section 5. Ray & Ray, Rock $6.00 per quainted with every family in Pleasantvllle, and then the game began in rod. Section 6. I. B. Duncan, Rock $4.50 earnest. The front door bell, or maybe the per rod. side door bell, or even the back door Section 6. Dave Henry, Rock $8.00 bell of some one of the houses In per rod. the suburb would ring persistently. Section 7. Dave Henry, Gravel $5.00 A trip to the door would disclose one per rod. of the little Platchetts standing there, ready to deliver his or her message district no 4. Section 4. R. C. Boain' Gravel $6.50 as soon as the door was opened. "Please, ma'am," was Invariably folper rod. lowed by a request the neighbor Section 6. C. F. Napier, Rock $8.25 lend mamma this thatpapa or that or per rod. both parents the other thing. It went Section 7. Ebb. Scott, Gravel 6.50 from bad to worse, and when the Platper rod. chetts had been in the house a month lacking just one day the neighbors decided to rebel. BUENA VISTA The men were responsible for the idea, even as they were responsible S. N. Isonbought of G. H. Ruble a for the meeting at which the plan was formed. horse. Price $150. Next day, after the male population Mr. Archie Barnett visited in Lex- of Pleasantvllle had gone to Its variington last week. ous offices, It was discovered that For seed Corn, Millet and Cow Peas, Platchett had not caught tr 8:15. The women of the suburb knew later see Hudson & Hughes Phone 26. in that he had not gone to town Sam Folger of Somerset is the guest at the but before they knew this all, the of his sister Mrs. Walter Fain. plan had been put In operation. Mrs. J. W. Green and son of LexingEarly In the morning an ancient, woolly headed servitor of the ton are visiting relatives here. arrived at the Platchett resiMr. E. A. Eason of Nicholasville dence. He carried a portable vacuum was here Thursday on business. cleaner, and he made polite explanaMiss Blanche Askins of Jessamine tion. "Marse Penderby done say yo' county is visiting relatives here this is to use dis yah today," he said, "an " he sent It over so's yo' wouldn't have week. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson visited to come after It" Before Uncle was out of sight relatives at Hubble the first of the the half grown Eben Turman boy came up week. the steps with a talking machine in T. M. Scott and family were guest's his arms. "Ma said she'd save you of Mrs. Scott's parents in Nicholasville a trip," he pouted, "and It's time you was usin' it again." He turned and Sunday. was gone. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble are at home As the Turman boy went out of the from a two month's stay in St Peters front gate "Ittle Bobby Jarson, from burg Fla. the brick house down the street, H. C. Ruble bought of T. W. Duck- trudged up th.e front walk with a worth of Nicholasville a pair of mules basket filled with neatly tied and labeled packages. These were inarked price 500. "cup of sugar," "pinch of tea," "olive Mr. Boyles an Asbury College stud oil for salad dressing," "vinegar you ent preached at Linden Dale Saturday forgot to order" and "flour to do till the grocer's boy gets here." He set and Sunday. the basket down, pointed to it with a Misses Myrtl Ruble and Ruth Lane gesture evidently rehearsed" and went visited the family of O. P. Lane in away. Danville Saturday. As Bobby Jarson vanished Mrs. Mar-leneighbor, called in the next-doo- r Kev. Smith of Lancaster delivered two excellent sermons at the Presby- person. "I'm going to my sister's to spend the day' she began, "and I terian church here Sunday. thought I'd Just come over before 1 Mr. Munday Cox and sister of Wil- - left and tell you that you can have the more were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. surrey and old Dick this afternoon. So L. Poor the first of this week. you won't have to run out to a teleMr. C. M. Scott and daughter Pris-cili- a phone for them, you know." She of Lawrenceburg spent Saturday turned and marched down the steps, and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. looking back not at all. Mrs. Platchett moved the various obScott. jects inside the house and shut the door. She was smiling and when she called Platchett he smiled as usual. For Loss of Hair When the men came from town that We will pay for what you use If evening they ate suppers and made Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not their way to Penderby's foxtfae meetpromote the growth of your hair. ing. They wanted more news than In all our experienea with hair they had been able to get tonic the one that hai done moit to Marley, the next-doo- r neighbor, had our confidence U Rexall "93", fain Tonic We have such gone to his wife's sister's for dinner, faith in it that we want and it was late when he arrived. you to try it at our risk. If it doea "Well," he commenced, "I don't so not satisfy you in every particular, much mind their using old Dick and we will pay for what you use to the extent of a 30 day treatment. the surrey to haul all that crowd to If Rexall "03" Hair Tonlo doe their new home five good miles it is mot remove dandruff, relieve scalp to Parville, too but I do think it was irritation, stop the hair from falling rubbing it In to haul their household and promote a new growth of hair, eome back to us and ask us to return furnishings, a bit at a time, in the the money you paid for it, and we will same vehicle. promptly hand it back to you. You "And I'll tell you something else," don't sign anything, promise anything, bring anything back, or in any went on Marley. "If I were you felway obligate yourself. Isn't that fairT lows I wouldn't go out to their new Doesn't it stand to reason that we place with any idea of recovering what would not make such a liberal offer you kindly loaned them, because If we did not truly believe that Rexall "03" Hair Tonlo will do all Platchett's liable to borrow your carwe claim for it that it will do all o riage and make you walkliome."- and mora than any other remedy! Daily News. , We hare everything there is a for, and are able to Judge the merits of the things we sell. CusSometimes an old man doesn't use tomers tell us of their success. There glass; lie drank from a bottle. are more satisfied users of Rexall Pen-derbed Chi-cagnd GAME OF BORROWING MAN WHO DRIFTED ON LUCILE'S OTHER DRESS By GEORGE PATTILIO. BY E. W. MILLETT. 6eooeoeoQoaoeee6oooooo)4 CARD i B EOV-s7 zLs7 ygV wending westward and north through Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, They find a virgin country, break it, and nature heaps her bounties in their laps. Then comes a bad year, and they have made no provision; or the spirit ot the rover, that will not die, wakes once more; again their wagons take their whining way through the wilderness. Surely the goal will prove fabulously rich; always that hope it never burns out. The memory of starvation cannot dim; hardships and distance do but fan It; it fires their souls as the lure of gold tempts prospectors. And on their heels comes the plodding farmer, who goes patiently to work to wrest a living out of the claims they have abandoned, and wakes, some morning, to find that civilization Is knocking at his door and he is rich. Banty had tried raising maize close to the nations. No; the climate did not agree with him and his wife. "I liked it, Ed," she protested. "But it wasn't doing you no good, Goldie," he said. "I could see that easy. He had nothing to say against the climate. It was good enough climate, but its effects were far from satisfactory. In consequence, they had disposed of their acres to migrate to tho Panhandle. All that was years ago. "That land'ls selling at $20 an acre now, ' I observed. "Twenty dollars. I swan! Do you hear that, girl? This gen'l'man says they're paying $20 an acre for that plains land," said Banty, his eyes glittering. "And we done sold ours for $3. If we'd only waited!" "Yes," his wife sighed; "It's too bad. And we done lost that $1,900 in New Mexico, you recollect, Ed?" Indeed, he did. Banty wagged his head over the inscrutable ways of the jade Fortune, and murmured, "Well, well. Who'd have thought it?" tale to us, one This was a worn-ou- t of little meaning. Nesters came and nesters went If they did not go soon enough we sometimes furnished the Impetus; for, of course, the southwest was intended by the Creator to be a cow country, and it Is an iniquity that agriculturists should win It for corn and cotton and other mainstays ot life. Tuesday afternoon about three cast their o'clock Arthur Knight telephoned me history. It was that of restless wan- that he had Just heard there was to be an impromptu dance at the country derers who constitute a caravan from as far east as Louisiana, club that evening, and he ask&d me to While we dawdled In the shade by the wagon, the Bantys told us never-ceasin-g A. M. BOURNE with him. The only frock I had Good Service. suitable to wear was my embroidered Phone swiss, and when I got it out 1 was dismayed to find it quite mussy and Lancaster, ht) Auctioneer. Prices Right. 354-A. ssssbssj pas' boiled. - Kentucky. i , Banty had fenced a quarter section near El Capltan mountains, and, with this as aTJSse of operations, had put his nestegg in sheep. But the sheep had dived over a cliff on a night of rocking storm, and there was none to prove what, or who, propelled them. Much good It would have done him could he have proved it. So once more he had gathered his scant belongings into a wagon to set out for that promised land. "This Is the fast time; yes, sir," cried Banty, in his excited cracked tones. "Where we're going now they say It's a regular Garden of Eden, like what the Good Book tells about. All you have for to do Is to stir the ground some and you've got a crop. Six cuttings of alfalfa in a year; yes, sir." "And don't forget how calm and peaceful It all Is, Ed," Goldie spoke up. "Don't you mind how Brother Ducey said they were all so friendly? He said no man's hand was lifted against his neighbor, Brother Ducey did." "Huh-huh,- " Dave grunted. He had "given the recital his most earnest attention, and now he shook his head reprovingly. "That's just the way it is every time the way you done. It's what I've been telling these boys here for ten years," he declared. "Birds of a feather gather no moss." "What's that you say, Mr. Dave?" "A rolling stone gathers no feath- go. "The worst of It was," she continers," Dave corrected sternly. "You all know what I mean." McClure's Maga- ued, "that Fannie had to be away on account of her mission class picnic zine. and there was no one to help me get lunch for your Aunt Rachel, who Only Perfect Gem. dropped In." The pearl is the only gem not need"Dear me!" I replied. "I do wish ing the hand of man to bring it to Aunt Rachel would have the kindness perfection, says the Gentlewoman. to let you know when she is coming." History affords ample evidence of the "I told her to come any time this Intense fascination. It has always exdeercised among the people of every age. week, never supposing you would prive me of a cook for a whole day," It is the oldest object of personal get adornment. The records of the Ro- complained mother. "I also had to say1, Luclle, that I'm mans, Babylonians, Persians and Egyp-taln- s dnner. I must ail out of patience with you!" make mention of it "Why, mother, darling!" I cried, Coming to more recent epochs, we "you would never speak to me so find that Philip II., King of Spain, paid harshly if Aunt Rachel bad not Influ$200,000 for a single pearl known as you. She is always criticising "Peregrlna." Found in Panama, it enced me, but I thought you loved me." 131 was pear shaped and weighed Lucile," "Of course, I carats. Another king of Spain, Philip mother, "but I'mlove you,and tired said so hot that IV., purchased one weighing 126 carCm afraid I'm feeling a little cross. ats. It was brought from India. You must forgive me, dear." France owns some exquisite examples, but the biggest pearl known is I What could I do but tell her that her? that which was once the property of forgavedear mother! What a pity it Poor, the banker, Henry Philip Hope. Cylindrical In form, It Is two Inches is that she permits small domestic oclong, four and a half inches In circum- currences to disturb her so greatly! It. would be a comfort to me if she ference at one end and three and a had somewhat more poise and half inches at the other. It weighs 1,800 grains and Is valued at $3,000,000. l. "I've worn It twice when I've been out with Arthur." I replied. "I don't attt him to think It's the only sum-- ' mor gown I own." Then I threw the embroidered swiss over my arm and started downstairs. "Now, Luclle, don't have Tilly do up that dress unless she is perfectly willing," called mother after me. "I don't like to have extra work put on her In this hot weather." I called back that Tilly need not do up my frock unless she wanted to. And, to tell the truth, she did not seem very enthusiastic when I first broached the subject. "Tilly," I said, with a sudden inspiration Just as I was about to leave the kitchen, "how would you like to have the whole day oft tomorrow and go out the suburb where your aunt lives? If jou'H do me this favor of laundering this dresB this afternoon In a hurry, jou may have a holiday tomorrow, and I'll give you the money to pay your fare out to your aunt's." Her discontented look turned Into a smile as I spoke. Then she took the Kown with alacrity, and it certainly looked exquisite when she brought it up to me in my room two hours later. "You are as fresh as a marguerite," said Arthur, admiringly, when he saw me that evening, so I felt repaid for all my trouble In getting the dress washed and ironed for the occasion. Ad we whirled away in his car, he asked, looking down the street: "Isn't that Louise Erwln?" "Yps, I believe It Is." I said, and "aved my gloved hand to Louise, who looked rather astonished. "I wonder if she wouldn't like to go aloiiff," said Arthur, and slackened the speed of the car. "There's sure to be plenty of extra men at the club tonight." "Oh, no, sbo Is scarcely dressed for a party," I answered, laughing. "Your suggestion is awfully kind, but most Impractical. You know, Louise is quite about wanting to have on the proper thing." When I got home mother was up, as Is usual with her. I almost wish that she was under a doctor's orders to be In bed before ten o'clock, for I know it's injurious to her to stay up late. I newly always find her nervous and overwrought when I come In from any party or little trip. "Luclle," she said, accusingly, "I think It was extremely thoughtless of you to forget that you had asked Louise Erwin here to dinner. She seemed hurt at your going away as you did." "Louise Is foolishly sensitive, mother." I explained. "It wasn't as If I had Invited her to a dinner party. I Just casually asked her to come up and help me make some fudge which I promised Cousin Fannie for her mission class picnic tomorrow." "Well, she made it," said mother, In a crisp tone. I bad met Carl Bates' sister at the country club that evening and had agreed to go out to Evanston early the next morning to pass the day with her. When I got home In the evening, after dinner, mother met me at the door with a reproachful face. "Well, I surely have had a day of It!" she exclaimed. "I was greatly turprlsed, Lucile, when Tilly left the house this morning as soon as the breakfast dishes were washed. She said you told her that she could have a holiday and she looked so dreadfully disappointed at the thought ot giving It up that, of course, I had to let her y ihite marquisette?" asked mother. "Why don't you wear your pink ani To Save Life First Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless a'id pennz- Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. less. Order a fire insurance policy -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. Who So Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 7sss COME! COME! Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. Come and FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank HENRY DUNCAN Office Hours a.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Office over Stormes' Drug Stort DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster. K J A BEAZLEY B. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Funeral Director and Embalmei Office Phone 3. Oakdale Herd Of Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY fry Registered J. F. ROBINSON, By rocs Lancaster, Ky i: irij.l:5gfr"yV. v Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. fci2E&i 5 3s 9 CUSfi mvm B El ar-?-is 9 t ti S 3 31 c.u u an 3 tll?s tgffly H to to W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. left me with a frightful cough and a very weaK. l naa spells when l could i hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 i minutes. My doctor could not help! me, but I was completely cured by t i DR. KING'S New Discovery JU1S. Residence Phone 220 g ti. X.. lUA. tiuueL. Ill S1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS, 50c AND jj He, J. PATRICK, Dentist, AH Work Official Directory Of Garrard County. Guaranteed. Circuit Judge Hon. Charlf s A Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emtnel Fur- B. Circuit W. II Brown. Master Comuilasloner Trustee Jury Fnud Benj "r Uobinsoa. Official Court Stenographer MI Sue Shelby Clerk-William Ma-o- Paint Lick, . imb-m- Kentucky (Zto4-7to9p.m J tar. Phone 229. Office Hours " M. K. Denny and . A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: Stormes Building orei Hurt son's Furniture Store. Ander- LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY Mason. County Judge A. O Ford. County Attorney J K. Robinson. County Clerk J. XV. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A Jores. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerltr C. A. Roblnonn. Snperintendaut ol Schools Miss Jennie Hfg- - girs. IF YOU WANT and Auctioneer. Buy TO m Real Estate ( Sell rock-botto- Sell Farm, a Farm, at Auction prices on Wire. Assessor W.S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bonrne 1st. Dist. Logan Ison 2nd, Dist. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist, James Coldlron 4th, Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. I will give you 50 Choice Farms. See Me or Touch the Live W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Cronlty Bioaddns. 1st. Dlat. R.D. McMurtr.2nd lMst. O. J. Heudren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King. 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor II. T. Logan. City Judge E. XV. Harris. City Attorney R. II. Tomlinson. City Cl-- rk H. K. Herudon. City Assessor John M Monnt. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Pelice L. E. Herrou. COUNCILMEN. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Mary W. Estes, Heirs, VS. Garrard Circuit Court. PlaintifTs. Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. G S. Greenleaf. II. C HatriiM.ii. B F. Win MriLdon W.t.. Behindhand. Uncle Ezra You don't seems to take to Eph HosklnB' cousin that's visiting here. Uncle Eben Nope. He's too old fashioned. He won't fight about anything He wants to argue about Andy Johnson's impeachment, and I want to argue the Tilden-Haye- s scrap. Puck. Verily. "But when you asked for my daughter you told me you had money enough to support her In the style she was accustomed to," said the father who had been touched. "Yes; but that wai a year ago, sir," replied the young man. "Being for a year la expensive work, ir." UPHOLSTERING. For upholstering and re qairlng phone your orders to No. 70 or drop me a card in care of S. D. Turner, Lancaster Ky. Box couches and mattresses a specialty . "03" Hair Tonio than any eimilsa preparation we sell. Start a treatment ef Rexall "931 Hair Tonio today. If you do, wt believe you will thank us far this advice. Two sise bottles, COo and II. You can buy Rexall "03" Hair Tool fa this commuaity only at our store: SJepSvt' R. E. McROBERTS & SOFT Lancaster Tht Mtall Sten Kentucky There Is a RexaU Store in nearly every town ad d:r la the United States, Canada and Greet Britain. There is a different Bexatt Bemedy for -- arr every ordinary hntnan ill- each especially designed for the particular SI lor which it is reoommended. the ess si Steves are Amerioa'e Cssaleas - - Onia Metes v all work guaranteed. Coyle The Upholster. . is Court Day and " Horse Show Day. Call at this Office and have your Horse and Jack cards Printed. Monday-wee- k Wte&ES&t W5wff J w RICHMOND. KH A TralHlne School for Teachers Uflct-e- tT V Coarse, le&dlsf to ElemcnUrj, XottnnedesVU tnd Lite Suit Cer jriTwcm School V.UJ ia all FoUk of Kcataekr. BpwUl Coarse. school, nov " mltartM. nr no4el trsiiiJitc bafldUf. IYl0CttaooI4nrtmratorftcrleaItar, a wclloqalpped ttefiat Jfpp. Vnnnturtam. Domenio (fcleet. trmHT . Seeoad Term yTafcr IS. Thlrt Term Jsaaarr School optai Jaa 14, IT, Poona Tfrm April T, Znmm Calalocaa Fit. J. O. CH ABBE, President, j ina Tu iA w rw Tl lionolendldto dor. Two 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 Pale-face- d, weak, and door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on shaky women who suffer MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913, every day with womanly it being the first day of the Garrard weakness need the help County Court term, thereal estate of a gentle tonic, with mentioned in the pleadings and describa building action on the ed as follows, womanly system. If you are In Garrard County, Ky., on the waweak you need Cardui, ters of Long Branch and Back Creek, known as lot No. G of the Hall Anderthe woman's tonic, because son land; Beginning at a white oak Cardui will act directly on stump on the Westside of Long Branch; the cause of your trouble. thence following into and up said Cardui has a record of Branch with its meanders S 45 W 56 poles; thence S 7J W 7J poles to astake more than 50 years of corner to No. 5; thence with the line of success. It must be good. No. 5 up a branch 70 W 41 poles to a stake near the junction of two branch- E60 es; thence N 9J E 31 pole3 to a stake near a white oak marked as a pointer, corner to No. 5; thence N 88 E 74J pol- Take es to the beginning, containing 13 acres 2 rods and 37 poles, be the same more or less. The purpose of this sale is to settle Tonic the estate of Mary W. Estes and after paying debts lor a distribution of the proceeds among the parties entitled to Mrs. Effie Graham, of receive tne same. Willard, Ky., says: "I TERMS. was so weak I could This sale will be made on a credit of hardly go. I suffered, six and twelve months and the purnearly every month, for 3 chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the years. When I began to purchase price due in six and twelve take Cardui, my back hurl months, bearing six per cent interest awfully. I only weighed per annum from date until paid having 99 pounds. Not long after, the force and effect of a judgment un-on which execution may issue, payable I weighed 115. Now, I to W. H. Brown. Master Commissioner do all my work, and am of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien in' eood health." Beeln will be reserved on the property sold taking Cardui, until the purchase money is paid. today. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. J R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y. Pale Faces to-w- it; CARDUI .The Woman's LJ!: Tr Xk, ias aS t- - ' 000 0Q00Q0046 T OOOOO I L TIt Ulnmnnn alaili ttic wumcuiauiuu (Edited By The WomauCIub) GGOdO Before the session closes a secret ballot vote will be taken, selecting the btudy in the Department of Literature for thj coming year. Let every mem ber of tl.e club be thinking of this and submit any program or plan of work they may desire. very generously to the appeal made to them by the Library Committee for books and money. This library will be placed in the new club room in the school and it is hoped that a sufficient sum can be raised to furnish the school children and teachers with the reference books that are so much needed and desired. That, however, depends on the citizens of Lancaster, have you contributed anything to this cause? - KEEPING UP WITH BESS By ANNIE SEIGERBACHER. FRUITS GOULD BE KENTUCKY HAVING I. ' ' The following is a synopsis of the lecture given by Dr. Carpenter at the court house Friday evening under the auspices of the womans club. Don't allow flies in your house. Don't permit them near your food ifc especially milk. Don't buy foodstuffs where flies are The department of music will meet tolerated. on Friday afternoon, the 18th, at the Don't eat where flies have access to Kengarlan Hotel. All club members food. the are invited to be present. Flies are the most dangerous insects known to man. If their is a nuisance in your Flies are the filthiest of all vermin. neighborhood notity the health officer. They are born in filth, live on filth and The state board of health has ordered carry filth around with them. They that every back vard in the town of are maggots before they are flies. Lancaster be inspected and our local Flies are known to be carriers of health officer will begin this work soon. disease germs. millions of They leave some of these germs Although the Central Record, pub wherever they alight. lished at Lancaster, has two heads, one Flies may infect the food you eat. oth'er on its They come to your kitchen or to your on its first page and the no one would accuse either the dining table, fresh from the privy vault third, editor of being Janus-facefrom the garbage box, from the ma- paper or its It's just a case of being proud of its nure pile, from the cuspidor, from decaying animal or vegetable matter, nam?. Richmond Climax. It takes two heads to get out as good from the contagious sick ioom with i on their feet and in a paper as we are giving the people this sort cl tilth their bodies, and they deposit it on just now Bro. Walton. your food, and you do swallow filth fron. privy vaults, etc., n you eat food Extract From Lancaster Paper Of 1873 that has come in contact with flies. Locates Army Surgeon Who Was Flies may infect jou with tuberculosis, typhoid fever, scarlet fever, diphHere At That Time. theria, and other infectious diseases. They have the habit of feasting on A letter to the Record from Mr. John tuberculosis sputum and other dis- C. Burnside, formerly of this place charges of those sick with infectious who together with Mr. Branbam diseases and then going direct to your Beasley, another boy, Lancaster food, to your drink, to the lips of your conducts a successful laundry business sleeping child, or perhaps to a small iu San Angelo Tex , states that Dr. S. open wound on your hands or face. L. Smith resides in that place and is When germs are deposited in milk yet actively engaged in the practice of they multiply very fast; therefore milk his profession as well as conducting a should never te exposed to flies large drug store. Mr. Burnside showWHAT TO DO TO GET RID OF ed Dr. Smith a copy of the Record of FLIES. March 28th which contained extracts Screen your windows and doors. Do from a paper published in Lancaster in it early before fly time and keep 1873, buring the cholera epidemic, and screens up until snow falls. during which time Dr Smith was Screen all food, especially milk. Do stationed here as a U. S. Army surgeon. not eat food that has been in contact Mr. Burnside says the Dr. delights to with flies. talk of Lancaster and Lancaster people, Screen the baby's bed and keep flies recalling many who are yet living, awiy Irom the baby's bottle, the baby's including Major J. A. Burnside, Tink food and the baby's "comforter." Anderson, Tom Wherritt, Mrs. Dr. Keep flies away from the sick, es- Mays and many others, all of whom pecially those ill with typhoid fever, doubtless have a kindly remembrance of scarlet fever, diphtheria and tuber- the good Doctor. culosis. Screen the patient's bed. Kill every fly that enters the sick room Spend Yonr Money At Home. Immediately disinfect and dispose of Mid pleasures and palaces though I may all discharges. roam. Catch the flies as they appear. Use The place to spend money is right liquid poisons, sticky fly papers and here at home. traps. Place this fly poison in saucers Development surely will follow it there, throughout the house: Two teaspoon-ful- s That never occurs when you spend it of formaldehyde in a pint of water elsewhere. sweetened with sugar. To quickly clear rooms of flies, burn An exile from home, you will murmur pyrethum powder. Sprinkle the powin vain, der on live coals carried on a metal "Oh give me my old silver dollar shovel. The fumes causes flies to fall again." in a stunned condition. They must The smaller percentage that comes at then be swept up and destroyed. Best your call, results are obtained by darkening the Is surely much better than losing it room, allowing only ray of light to enall, ter at edge of window shade. Flies, in Farewell, those promoterswith promise attempting to escape the fumes, will of gain, seek ray of light at windows. This My old silver dollar at home will simplifies their collection. remain. Eliminate the breeding places of The dollar the foolish send often to flies. roam, Flies breed in filth Shall be used to increase the endearAllow no filth or decaying matter of ments of home. any kind to accumulate on r your Chorus, premises. Sprinkle kerosene over garbage and Home, Home, Sweet, Sweet Home. The place to spend money is right contents of privy vaults. Keep garhere at home. bage receptacles tightly covered; clean the cans every day, the boxes at least once a week. Keep the ground around Better Be A Little Careful. garbage boxes clean. Section 2569a of the Ky. Statutes Keep manure in screened pit or says: "It shall be unlawful for any tightly covered in vault. Manure person or persons, individual or copra-tioshould be removed every week, at least. public or private carries to bring Bum all refuse such as old bedding, into, transfer to other person or persons, corporation, carrier or agents. paper, straw, etc deliver or distribute in any county or Pour kerosene into the drains. Keep district, precinct, town or city, where sewerage system in good order; repair the sale of intoxicating liquors has been prohibited, whether by special act of all leaks immediately. Clean cuspidors every day. Keep 5 the General Assembly or by the vote of law, per cent solution of caibolic acid in the people under the local option other any spirituous, vinous, malt or them all the time. Get rid of sawdust intoxicating liquor, regardless of the boxes used as cuspidors they'rs in- name by which it may be called; and this act shall apply to all packages of sanitary. brokintoxicating Permit no dirt to accumulate in cor- such unbroken. liquor, whether en or ners, behind doors, back of radiators, Provided individuals may bring into said district upon their person, or as under stoves, etc. Flies in the home indicates a careless their personal baggage, andfor THEIR USE, such liquor in quanhousekeeper remember: no dirt no PRIVATE TO EXCEED ONE GALtity NOT death-dealing d. n, Did you know that an officer will inspect your premises and any unsanitary condition will be reported to the health officer. If you have had your cleaning day you will be glad to see him if you object to his visit he will suspect the reason and be more anxiou3 to look into the cause. After the stout woman had flopped Into the nearest armchair, HcatterinK about twenty-fou- r Christmas bundles on the floor as she did so, she heaved even a deeper sigh than one would naturally have expectedunder the circumstances. "What's the matter?" asked her friend. "You look as though you'd lost pounds and pounds from worry." "I think I have," replied the stout woman, rather feebly. "You see, lt'a Bessie. Bessie's my favorite niece, as you know, and she's burdened with parents who give her everything she wants before she knows that she wants It. Now, how Is It possible to please such a girl with any kind of gift? She has jewelry by the pound and she gets enough candy every Christmas to feed an orphan asylum. So whenever December comes around I begin to wring my hands and say, 'What under the shining sun can I get for Bessie?' That's the way 1 got my first gray hairs! I get a fresh Installment of them every Christmas." She was calming down now. Her friend had politely assumed an air of deep attention. "After hours and hours of brain racking effort," went on the Btout woman, "I found out that Bessie wanted a Princeton pennant There was one Princeton pennant left in the sporting goods section the day I went to buy Bessie's present and I wrestled for It with two husky youths, a middle aged woman and half a dozen giggly girls. I got it, too, although in the process I lost three perfectly good Jet buttons and sprained my wrist. "That night Bessie's beau brought her an atrocious big Princeton pen nant about three times the size of the one I had worked so hard for. Sweet of him, wasn't it?" "Go on," begged her friend. "Your thrilling recital makes a war story look as flat as a plug hat that's been sat on. What happened next?" "Bessie came over to my house one day," said the stout woman, "and raved about an embroidered shirt waist of mine that some poor soul had spent six monts making. Well, that gave me an idea and I immediately started to make Bessie one like it In six days. I embroidered until I knots dancing all over the wall and I counted stitches in my sleep. Even my football playing son, who reels off signals In his dreams, became alarmed at the symptons that I displayed. My family rose In wrath when I brought the thing to the table at dinner and embroidered between courses. And then when the waist was nearly completed Bessie casually announced that she thought embroidered shirt waists were getting common and she woudn't wear one for anything." "Dear, dear!" murmured her friend, sympathetically. "I felt like telling Bessie that if she changed her mind again she wouldn't get any present from me," said the stout woman. "But next morning I started out on the warpath, all spliffed up in my oldest clothes, so that I could grab bargains with the best of them. I ran into a sale of Jewelry women six deep fighting over little 99 cent reduced from fl coin purses, and all trying to get waited on at once. It took me half an hour to get next to the counter. Really, it was cruel the way I climbed over people, but it was for a worthy cause. Anyway, I got there, found the coin purses all gone, took another half hour getting untangled and had to pay $3 for the same thing in another store. "After I'd been patting myself on the back for about a day for having solved the problem I met Bessie on the street. She hailed me, and then broke into lamentations. 'What do you think. Aunt Helen?' she said. 'Uncle Billy brought me another coin purse last night, and I had three already! "When I came to I was in a drug store and Bessie was rubbing my head and cooing, 'You shouldn't worry so over Christmas. You know you do too much, auntie.' " 'Yes, I know, Bessie,' I said. 'What do you want for Christmas?' "'Why, I don't know,' she replied. 'Nothing much that I can think of. I want a diamond ring, but daddy won't give me one. Must you go so soon?' 'T think now that I'll go a florist's and order a couple of dozen roses for Bessie the stems to be at least three feet long. I sent her some when she had appendicitis and she raved over then then, but now goodness knows! She may have developed a case of rose fever by this time. "Honestly, the thought or all the Christmases that are yet to come is enough to kill any one. Yes, I do feel s. as though I'd been through a over-Indulgeh saw-Frenc-key-hob- BRISK AW 17,000,000 Spent Outside State Each Year. SHOULD GROW THEM HERE. mi " MID SUMMER Everywhere Are In State Things f A Happening. NEW SCHOOLS BEIH6 BUILT- - ATS new Supply just in and up-to-da- Schools Are Striving to Help Solve Aa Fast as Laws Are Passed For the Betterment of Rural Schools Counties Problems That Will Confront Our Take Advantage of Them Secure Children Useless to Talk to Older Services of Experts and Select TeachFarmers Boys' Corn Clubs Point ers More Carefully. Way to Success. te. It is estimated that there are 9,000,- - There never was a time in the his000 apple trees of bearing age in Ken tory of the old commonwealth when tucky at the present writing. Our Its future looked as bright as It do.s annual crop from these trees Is some in this year of 1013. No matter where thing like 3,000,000 bushels of In- one goes In the length and breadth of ferior quality. We spend $17,000,000 the state one hears schools being disfor fruits of all kinds that could be cussed. Many new buildings are being erected In the place of those which grown In Kentucky. It Is useless to talk to many of the have so long been a disgrace to the 1 Mrs. ftda Kinnaird nflWFstW ""nRFiiSlWKHfctWWWl "Well, Merry Christmas! Here goes for Bessie's!" flis. If there is a nuisance in the neighborhood notify the department of health of your city. Mr. H. W. Gossard of the Gossard Corset Co., has made a donation to $5.00 to the Woman's Club this sum to be used by the committee in furnishiog the club room. This firm was already well known to the women of Lancaster and now they ar even more appreciative of the name of Gos- Don't Shoot. "Here's an Item," observed Rivers, who was looking over the exchanges, "to the effect that the king of Sweden raises prize dogs on his farm." "I suppose he uses them," suggested Brook, "to drive his Stockholm." After which the rattle of the typeLON." Notwithstanding the terms of the writer broke out afresh with great Webb bill are being rigidly enforced, violence. liquor is very much in evidence in LanVictim of Noise. caster, and it is pretty clearly evident "Why did the elopement fall that the above statute is not being ob- through?" served. There is a determination upon "We had a signal arranged. She told the part of the officers and the people me to come to her window and make to see that the liquor laws are observed a noise like a robin. I did 80." "Yea? and unless there is a change for the "Then her father popped out and better someone is going to find themmade aolse like a shotgun." Louisselves in trouble. ville Courier-Journa- l. A word to the wise is sufficient. Cheap Rates On L & N. older farmers, for they will tell you: communities that have permitted them r nmmg!BttxaEmc&. to exist. l Plans are being discussed in many localities for larger grounds and better equipment- - The teachers are being more carefully selected than in the nV. Sill WLV past, and there Is a general feeling that school problems should be fairly met and solved. This feeling has resulted in marked activity in educational matters iu all sections of the state. The county authorities have taken advantage of the new educational laws without delay. The last legislature passed a law allowing county boards of education to provide supervisors to oversee the work done in the schools. At once over forty counties took advantage of the new law, and secured the services of one or more experts to assist the county superintendent In this super:! vision work. Daviess county decided to try a rathvitefci HOOT GIUFTIXO. er unique plan of supervision, which rn'M yes; when I was a boy you could seems to have worked admirably dur"Oh, 3983. I raise all the fruit you wanted to. But ing the school year that has Just closa? ed. Instead of striving to reach the now wnal, I reckon it's jus' run out." It niu:t be the new generation with 105 small schools scattered over a which we deal if we are to fave this large county that is often cut to pieces THIS House of Good Shoes provides Shoes to meet annual expenditure of S17.000.000 by swollen streams that flow through the special requirements of Every Member of the Family. flat bottom lauds the board of educasome time In the future. We cannot We are now ready to serve our trade with High or go out to every farmhouse in the state tion decided to have fifteen supervisand have a chat with the farmer and ors. Low Cut Footwear made from all the good leathers and in These supervisors were all teachers his boys and jrlrls. so we must find a all the correct Spring Models. way to teach thorn easily mid effectively. of strong personality and wide expert- The Boys" Corn clubs point the way FOR MEN. to success. They have been made pos Shoes of Dull, Bright or Tan leathers. Button, Lace or sible by the cooperation of teachers everywhere in the country, and the Bluchers. Conservative or Swagger styles. Oxfords in same is possible in fruit culture. At Black or new Tan leathers. Button or Ties. Every size and one of our normal schools numbers of width made. $4., $5., to the young people who are training for teachers are getting ready for this FOR WOMEN. new crusade. Almost any afternoon this sprlnc In Shoes of Dull, Bright or Ian leathers. All the new toe the basement of one of the bis buildshapes. Oxfords, Ties, Sandals, Pumps and Slippers of ings, tables littered with roots of trees, twiss from standyoung apple Black or Tan leathers. Velvets, Satins and in White Nubuck ard varieties, thread, wired tags and $4., knives mlslit have been seen. As rapidly as dtft flngen A SUl'EItVlSOit S SCHOOL. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. and twigs to (It snuff, they were wound with thread and placed in small ence. All of them held tirst class cerSplendid School Shoes in Dull Calf and Tan leathers. bundles. Thee bundles of ten, fif- tificates and had had normal training. Lace or Button Style. We've nature shape Shoes for growtiny trees were then teen or twenty-liv- e Of course there was not enough ing feet. Oxfords, Ties. Pumps, Etc. sent to the country by parcel post supervision over 105 schools to keep These trees were to be planted In the fifteen supervisors busy, so each of S2.50, home gardens of the pupil teachers them taught his or her own little and carefully cultivated for a year be- school out In the county. If the superfore being set out permanently. visor had taught from Monday through That the interest in this real vital Friday there would have been no Is growing is shown time for visiting the other six schools work of education KENTUCKY. The House of Better Shoes. DANVILLE. by the fact that the number of trees in his group. The plan outlined for this school -- 1 year has been for the supervising Mm teacher to hold school from Tuesday through Saturday, thus leaving Monday open for visiting the other schools. By visiting three schools each Monday the supervising teacher would be able to reach all six schools once every two weeks. This makes It possiblo for the county superintendent to have a report from an expert from every portion of the county twice a month. With the supervisor handling n small group, bad roads cannot make the work Impossible. There is also tho added advantage that at the opening of the school year, when many young and rather inexperienced teachers are in great med of help, the supervisor Is close at hand to give the required assistance. Close and constant supervision is the price of success in any business, and our badly scattered rural schools are no exception. AVe have not got the returns from our expenditure of money on our rural schools because there was no supervision to learn where the leaks were and how they might be stopped or repaired. Money and money In any amount needed will come as soon as supervision makes the public know that results will be obtained. Our children have been taught in any fashion that TWENTY-FIVJONATHANS READV TO SEND suited the Individual that was in the OUT. neighborhood "keepin school." Natmailed to the homes of the students urally the children did not know what this spring will be about Ave times us was the matter when they failed to great as it was two years ago. make suitable progress; neither did The first yearthe work was inau- their parents. gurated 4,000 trees were grafted, last Every one knew that the interest of pounds. Lets make it year 8,000 and this year about 20,000 both the children and their parents will go on their mission of education. flagged. They also knew that many With such work being done by teach- of the older children dropped out of ers here and there over the state the school because they were thoroughly Try it. 25cts. Phone 20. children are sure to see a new vision dissatisfied. Reports from county superintendents of Kentucky as a fruit state. all over the state show that there Is a K. E. A. MEETING AT LOUISVILLE. new spirit both In the teaching force and among the children under this If never there, you ought to go. new influence of supervision. It is a If ever there, you'll want to go. Kentucky Educational association simple proposition. It is that both meeting, Louisville, April 30. May 1, 2. teachers and children are becoming and 3. The crowd will be large. Bet- conscious of definite work that is beter 'arrange to go now. Special rail ing done In a thoroughly systematic manner. road rates. mmmh, J THEr FAMILY pr .H )K M JKh a $3.50, $6. ?2.50, $3., $3.50, $5. cut-Too- $1.50, $2. $3.50. PARKS & HENDREN. 900 1800 POUNDS E Of Repeater Coffee sold without a single complaint. THEO CURREY. and Floral Designs. sard, A letter has been received from Miss Lucy Simms, chairman of the FederaExtension Committee ted Library thanking the Lancaster Woman's Club for a donation consisting of about fifty books to be given to the reform school The club wishes to thank Miss Dean and the children who made it possible to respond to this worthy appeal. Qur - The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. announces the following special rates. J. M. SKAJN, Mgr. Sunday excursion to Cincinnati 0. April 20th, fare $1.75 round trip. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky Spring Races, Lexington Ky. April 25th to May 8th. One fare plus 25 cents Better Than The Best, No Higher for the round trip. Than The Rest. Meeting Kentucky Educational Association, Louisville Ky. April 28, Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. 29th and 30th. One fare plus 25 cents are responding ( for the round trip. LEXINGTON. TtENTUCKY Phoenix Hotel SUBSCRIBE FOR Schulz's Cut Flowers All Orders Fined Prompuy. Give ns a Trial. The Central Record. $1.00 Per Year. WILLIE F. MILLER, . Agent.1 Lancaster, Kentucky. j ". -- 3S .4 - ,jk - f - n ir'in in in .' giTi Sr' ! r';' '!i'i'M"g'i''" Poisonous Gas iu Stomash. HERE AT HOME Con- Gas forms in your stomach because food you eat ferments and turns sour. Allow this fermentation to go on and mmm r , these gases become poisonous and the ""Ii 'i mmmmmmm n-- ir ... i :. - poison gets into the blood. Stomach Tablets stop the penny earned" and wo will flicw yoa bow you fermentation almost instantly, turn the 114 can save twenty thousand poisonous gases into iiquid, and elimipennies on your feed bill every winter. nates it through the natural channels. We will fend you an If you have 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 You set it up and feed from it next acug or chronic indigestion, nervousus out of what the silo saves winter. Pay for you. After that you will have the silo ness, headaches, etc At R. E. season. and druggist America over, 50 and the money it saves everyeverywhere as The Indiana Silo is recognized by which all other silos are judged. cents. Postal will bring trial standard .isii.u 1? Bunch of Honev et us give YOU a Ming Like A Stomach Tablets to Lamcaster Citizens Gladly Testify and $50,000 A YEAR T. IIEKROa Whooping cough 13 still raging here-M-r. and Mrs. Edd Grow were in Lexington last Monday. For seed Corn, Millet and Cow Pea3 see Hudson & Hughes Phone 26. The Women preachers are conducting a meeting at LocustGrove school house. Rev. J. W. Mahan delivered twovery interesting sermons at this pjace Sun day. Miss Alice Jones of Lexington is teaching music at Mr. T. W. Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Scott were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fain Ford at Lexington last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Forbes of were with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson from Friday until Sunday. Miss Lavina Montgomery who has ben at Crab Orchard Sanitarium for five months returned home Saturday much improved in health. Mr. Ed Bowling, partner of Mr. J. W. Bowling, merchant at Bourne has been suffering with rheumatism and returned to his home in London Sunday. ry jkapQi Instantly Banish Misery. fidently Recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. fvss:sV3:V 1Q13- - m SQUANDERED??? "Teachers to Teach Teachers to Teach" Needed Today. HEARD AT COUNTRY EZ03 jgiti mt$ A the silage best, lasts longest, costs It keeps the and pays the largest dtvidendsleast for for upkeep the money invested. us up or drop us a line. Whether you Call want to buy a silo this season or not. we have a proposition that will interest jou. "Say, did you ever notice how easy It to sneud the state's money? That COT school, the one they call the normal school, uses about $50,000 a year, I Mr. C. M. Moberly has been 01 hear. That 00.000 Is for Just the norW. P. KINCAID, Phone 199. sick list for some time. mal school In this end of the state too." Stanford, Kentucky. "Mighty different when we wero Mrs. Lim Cobb who has been very I'iUvUniKilSYll-Lti- . boys, Bill. We didn't have to have sick is much improved. Still a Conqueror. teachers to teach teachers to teach!" Mrs. Mary A. Sanders is spending Old Colonel Pestilence continues to The two old codgers in front of the Mr. William Elmore, Sr., continues country store shook their heads sadly he one of the must stubborn foea that the week at Crab Orchard. armies hav6 to encounter. Chicago over the follies and the extravagances KUCKKYK. For seed corn, millet cow peas set in a precarious condition. Record Herald. Mrs. Lydiu Rigsby, who has been so of the present dny. A young man who Hudson & Hughes. Phone 20. had been Industriously whittling n Mrs. Mollie Fain sold to Louis Mur ill of shingles, is some better. Miss Cordelia Ray still remains very stick and listening attentively at the For seed corn, millet and cow peas same phey some fat hogs at 8J cts per pound. Good Story. time laugiieu, ami men aseo, ill. "An Englishman, a Welshman and a Mrs. Cis Preston sold to Angle San see Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26. "How much of the 50,000 does this A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville Frio..i.mn nn0 Tin irl visit to Ireland. ders five hotrs average 125 pounds at Mr. J. P. Rodgers, of Crab Orchard, county pay?' day.With ttinv hrnneht hack bought a horse of Nathen Rigsby for "I Uuuno," answered one of the men. For seed Corn, Millet and Cow Peas .. iL.t. .nfrn nf their trlD. The.80" n,on,ntnM "Well, I do," snapped the youth. $110. Mrs. Clay Fo.vler has returned home see Hudson & Hughes Phone 2G. Englishman brought a tobacco pounch less than S700, that's all." Rev. English will be here tD hold "A little what do wc get back for it? preserve old Ireland on It; from Pattie A. Clay infirmary at Rich with 'God "Well, Mrs. Martha Anderson who has been services at the Baptist church Saturday An' what do the other couutles iu thu the Welshman brought a mug with 'A mond much improved. quite ill, we are glad to say is improvipresent from Dublin" on it; but the P. M. Sunday and Sunday night. state get for what money they put iu?" ngScotsman brought a knife and fork Cold In Head Goes "You get a number of trained teachBro. Thos. J. Carden, while reading Miss Lillie Mae Sutton of McCreary each with 'London & Northwestern a oopy of the Atlanta Constitution at ers, and so do the other counties in was the week end guest of Miss Sallie Diners Out Vade railway' on it." The Mr. J. M. Cress, one day last week, the state." Mecum, by Alfred Miles. "We don't need 'em. The ol fash- Noel. Don't try to break up that bad cold ran across an item which conveyed the ioned kind are good enough." Mesdames Robert Long and John M. with dangerous stomach disturbing intelligence that his b. other had been "Hold on a moment! Think! When Sharp Witness. injured while you men were boys a bright young- Amon and Mr. B. Ray were in Nicholas drugs. Got directly to the inflamed most probably fatally ville Friday, A humorous man being subpoenaed membrane by breathing Booth's HYO-M- hauling saw logs. ster could go into any doctor's ofllce on a trial for an assault, as a witness Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearen and ). out Get a Measles are beginning to be epidemic for a couple of years, then hang (pronounce it one of the counsel, who was notorious him bottle for 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts here. Three of Mr. John B. Anderson's his shingle and practice medicine. children were guests of her father, Mr. witnesses, asked for you Willie Ray Sunday. what distance he was from the par- & Son and try the safe treatment that children are ill of the disease; Mrs. W. He did the best he could, but of sort Mis3 Barbara GuIIey has returned C. Blankenship and two children; Mr. wouldn't think of having that ties when the assault happened; he thousands ar using. home after a pleasant stay with Mrs. Into a bowl of boiling water pour a John Q. Naylor and Mr. Henry Blanken- physicinn for your family today. got answered: "Just four feet five Inches to "I'd like to know what that's Roy Sanders at Nina. and a half." "How come you to be scant teaspoon of HYOMEI, cover head ship are also afflicted with the malody. do with teachln' school." so very exact?" said the counsel. and bowl with a towel, and breathe deep One youth, wishing to prevent Miss Alleen Bourne entertained the "catch your Ideas about "Just this that "Because I expected some fool or into the lungs the healing vapor that ing" the disease, procured something school and teaching are about fifty the members of the embroidery club other would ask me." said he, "and arises. less than a pound of assafoetida and Is years behind the times: If you must very pleasantly Tuesday afternoon. so I measured It" Breathe this vapor for five or ten seen nibbling on it with much apparent have a trained man to look after your Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and minutes until the head feels fine and relish, happy in the belief that the drug child's body you certainly must have guests of Mr. and Mrs. R tally an Old Term. clear, then go to bed and sleep soundly will render him immune. or woman to look after children were a trained man Arch Whittaker at Kirksville the first In the sense of Impudence until morning. No cocaine or opium or "Cheek" the child's mind." Is an old term. The earliest quotation harmful drugs in Booth's HYOMEI. "I get mighty tired of you young of the week. dictionary Is In Sir James Murray's sters with all your newfangled Ideas Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Carter were It is made of Australian Eucalyptus Parisian Sage frnm Pantaln Marryat (1840). But at,d other antiseptics. for spending money. I tell you what, called last week to the bedside of her It is guaranteed ft has latelv been found In the six-- ' do things too fast. grandfather, Mr Metcalf who is very . .. Hnln-nColds and Catarrh or money Put Hair On Your Head And Keeps It you're tryin' to .I "( teentn century retuiun m "There!" snapped the young man ill at his home at Paint Lick. municipal back, Just breathe it no stomach dos- the west of Ireland. The There. again. "I told you you didn't stop to Rev. H. M. Demoss of Louisville rulers of that fighting city the "man ing. think. Two years ago In front of this What's the use of being bald? What very store I heard both of you cussln' filled his appointment here Sunday. from Galway" has become proverbial HARKSBUKl'. sense is there in deliberately allowing the Boys' Corn club movement. You His subject "The Rich Young Ruler", for pluck and readiness to defend the your hair to turn gray? hottest of corners decreed that any said that nobody could possibly grow was very interesting. The majority of Mrs. Ham Aldridge is down with person giving "cheke" to the mayor Do you want to look old before your 100 bushels of corn on nn acre of land the members are very anxious to call should "forfeit 100 shillings and have measles. time? Give up the thought; old age In this neighborhood or In the state of him for half of his time, which will be Mr. T. D. Chesnut is able to be out will come all too soon. his body put into prison." Kentucky for that matter." very beneficial to the churco. again after a protracted illness. "Well?" Look after your hair. PARISIAN "In this state during the past sumFor seed corn, millet and cow peas Sage will kill the dandruff germs, and mer fifty six boys, boys In the country - For Dyspepsia TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE see Hudson & Hughes. Phone 2G. is the only preparation, so far as we schools, boys yet under eighteen, grew If you suffer Stomach Trouble, A business meeting of the church know, that i3 guaranteed to do so. Do you Money Back for any case of and you try our remedy, it won't will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 Man or woman, no matter how old 100 bushels or much better. two men know that this movement has cost you a cent if it fails. the very school you Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that Miss Zilla Dawes of Georgetown has you are, PARISIAN Sage will make you been handled-b- y To prove to you that indigestion are fussing about? Tour thousand and dyspepsia can be '.horouglily rebeen the guett of Mis3 Margaret Jen- look younger. Solace Fails To Remove. lieved and that Rexall Dyspepsia Why not go to R. E. McRoberts and bovs In this state grew an acre of corn kins. Tablets will do it, we will furnish get a large bottle today, it only costs apiece lu the Boys' Corn club contest. the medicine absolutely free if it SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediRev. J. W. Mahan preached an exwilling to bet that each one of fails to give you satisfaction. cal discovery of three German Sciencellent sermon Sunday morning and 50 cents, and your money back if it I'd be 10 more than he The remarkable success of Rexall does not cure dandruff, stop falling hair, the 4,000 earned evening. Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high would have earned If there hadn't tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals degree of scientific skill used in deThe Ladies working Society will meet or itching of the scalp. It will make been any Boys' Corn clubs In the state, and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to vising their formula as well as to the take, and will not affect the weakest with Mrs. J. B. Kemper next Thursday your hair luxuriant, bright and beautiful, wouldn't he?" care exercised in their manufacture, and it is the most refreshing, pleasant at z p. m. properties stomach. whereby thn "I reckon so." and Pepsin of "Well, then. 4,000 boys earning 10 It is guaranteed under the Pure Food The friends of Mrs. J. W. Mahan and invigorating hair dressing made. have been properly combined with each makes 40,000 of that ."0,000 the and Drugs Law to be absolutely free are glad to note an improvement in Carminatives and other agents. state Is spending on that school, don't from opiates or harmful drugs of any and Pepsin her conditian. STANFORD. are constantly employed and recogIt? Seems to me as if It was a rather description The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. nised by the entire medical profes(Delayed Letter.) good Investment for the state if It does SOLACE is a pure specific in every sion as invaluable in the treatment Lynn Clark has been quite ill for the happen to W newfangled." of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their wayv-anhas been proven beyond quespast few weeks. proper combination males a remedy Mrs. J. S. Baughman and little son tion to be the surest and quickest reminvaluable for stomach reh'ef. LOUIS M SS WARD TO SPEAK AT Mr. George Tuggle of Wayne county John Jr. have been on the sick list. edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to We are so certain that there is VILLE. has been a recent visitor at the home Frank Phillips is quite sick at his nothing so good (or stomach ills as medical science, no matter how long If never there, you ought to go. urge of Mr. Wm. Tuggle. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets that we home on East Main street of apendicitis. standing. It reaches and removes the you'll want to go. you to try them at our risk. Three If ever there, Mr. Flannery and wife of Lancaster sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00. Rev. D. M. Walker, who has been Florence Elizabeth Ward, who will root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and were the guests of her parents Mr. and quite sick for a few days, is able to be You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets be one of the pilncipal speakers at the purifies the blood. (a this communis only at our store: Mrs. O'hearn Sunday. out. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek K. E. A. meeting at Louisville, April " Mr. and Mrs. Denman came over R. E. McROBERTS & SON Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hampton, of 30, May 1, 2 and !5, Is a specialist Add- are the Sole U. S. Agents and have n graduate of thousands of voluntary testimonial letLancaster Thi SxaEg Start Kentucky from Nicholasville Sunday morning to Lebanon Junction are spending a few ed to her experience as the Chicago Kindergarten college and ters which have been received from visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex days with relatives here. There Is a Rexall Store in nearly every town West. grateful people SOLACE has restored and city is the United States. Canada and Misss Sophia Alcorn has returned to Great Britain. There is a different Rexall to health. Testimonial letters, literMiss Kay Jenkins and little nephew her work Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill at Danville after a very acb especially designed for the particular fU ature and FREE BOX sent upon John Gallagher have returned from pleasant two weeks at home. for which it is recommended. Cincinnati, where they spent a few The Rexall Storu an America's Craataet Miss Mary Price will leave Monday R. Lee Morris, president of the First Drug Stona days last week. for a visit to Mrs. A. A. McKinney at National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: 129 East Gray Street Louisville. "I want you to send a box of Solace Rev and Mrs. P. L. Bruce were called to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for to Versailles because of the death of which I enclose $1. This remedy has Mrs. DuBose, wife of their nephew, been used by some friends of mine Rev. H. W. DuBose. here and I must say its action was wonMiss Sallie Burdett, who is a student (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. at the State Normal at Richmond, is Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. spending a few days with her parents, IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burdett, on Logan AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY Ave. TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Wesley Embry, son af Mr. and Mrs. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST J. T. Embry, who has been making his SOLACE ALONE does the work. home in Louisville for some months, is Write today for the free box, etc. here for a few days with the home SOLACE REMEDY CO., pounds. Try it. 25cts. Phone 20 folks. Lets make it Battle Creek. Mich. George and Joseph Hopper, who are students at Central University, are at home spendieg the springvacation with their parents, Mr. rnd Mrs. Geo. D. Hopper. MISS FLOKEJiCE ELIZABETH WABD. The ladies ofClub No. 1, of the Christian Church will give a Victrola as head of the kindergarten departMusicale at the residence of Mrs. T A. ment of the Iowa Teachers' college. Is Rice, on Saturday afternoon at 2:30. her work as a member of the national civic league commission In 1908. o'clock. While a member of this commission Capt Joe Lynn Coffey, of Frankfort, Miss Ward visited and Inspected the L. B. Shouse, Pres. WiU Beasley, Mgr. join6 his wife and son here for a visit schools of Europe. to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coffey. MAIN STREET. Mrs. Coffey and little son have been Notice. here for some time. Lancaster, Ky. April 7th, 1913, Miss Liccie Beazley continues very LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. The Honorable A. D. Ford, Judge of sick at her home on West Main Street. Garrard County Court and J. E. Rob In the heart of the shopping district. Her sister, Mrs. Porter Sandidge, who inson, County Attorney for said County has Jiejen with her for several days has are hereby notified that I JohnTanker-sle- y Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Garden. returned to her home near Milledgeville. will on the meeting of the prison Mrs. Will Yeager and bright little Commissioners for the month of May Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. daughter have returned to their home 1913 maKe application to said Board Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from at Westbourne, Tenn., after an extend- for a parole for my son Quince Tanker ed visit to friends and relatives here. sley. & Sons. 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Yeager was, before marriage, John Tankersley. Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight Miss Stella McClary. Lexington, Kentucky. This April 7th, 1913. In .High-o-mebrow-beating It is testimony 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,, says: "Nearly every spring I use IJoan 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 DoanV Kidney Pills and I used them. They stopped the pains and my kidneys became normal." Price 50 cents. . For sale by all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember th name Doan's and the take no other.J Columbus Wagons Are 100 Per Cent Efficient and Are STORE. Sold On Their Merits. Wheels The Hubs are of the best quality, black birch. The rims are of oak and spokes of oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set hot by hydraulic, pressure machines. A special feature of these Famous Columbus Wheels is sand band, v. Inch ex tends well over the collar and prevents sand and grit from dropping to the bearing This means increase durability. Two Old Timers Express Their Views on Up to Date Educational Methods and Expenses of State Normal School. "Old Fashioned" Training No Longer "Good Enough." ti. So with all other parts of Columbus Wagons. Bos, Bos Bottom Centerboard, Boxbinder. Wear Irons, Grain Cleate, Duuhle-tree- s, or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue Grass Farmers, as well a3 to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illustrated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this Splendid Farm Wagon. Becker, Ballard k 60. BRYANTS VILLE, KENTUCKY. ll0&&is'e&v0&t gwaj?wi'T K.j Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Lancaster, Kentucky. I 1 ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. u'"ji v Danville s Louisville via Southern Railway t Premier Carrier i- - To The South. Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was established between Danville and Louisville which will afford patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg additional convenient train service to Louisville and return. "Pi 1 E SCHEDULE. Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv well-kno- Bismuth-Subnitra- te Bismuth-Subnitra- te Ar Ar GOING. RETURNING. Danville 7:30 a. m. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Lv (4th ave cros'ng) 425 p.m Talmage 8:0S a. m. Ar Lawrenceburg C:40 p. m Vanarsdale 8:13 a m 6:13 p. m Ar McBrayer Salvisa 8:16 a. m. Ar Salvisa 6:56 p. m McBrayer 8:24 a m. 7:02 p. m Ar Vanarsdale Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. 7:0S p. m Ar Talmage Louisville 10:45 a. m. Ar Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m (4th Ave Crossing) Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville 7:45 p. m :e IS .L5 m This Train Makes all Local Stops. 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. TSUrHlPiil rWHrUlrill7HJSrrfc!JSi7H.v M mm rail s rails j I B. H. TODD, DisfPass. Agt I 900 POUNDS 1800 turn Of Repeater Coffee sold without a single complaint. r' One Makes ONE DROP OF- Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water Cures and Prevents White Dianhoea, Cholera, Limbemeck, Roup and other Infectious Diseases. THEO CURREY. TREES es Phlox. Etc. The Leonard Hotel Go. Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, Shrubs. Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros MRS. W. R GUNTER. o! Concord. Va.. writes: "Mr rfi!cltiTi kul n, ii.f rammer that I could cot raise any until I cot this medicine. It Is the best poultry remedy 1 ever used." MRS. SARAH WELLS, of Lyons. Ind.. writes: "It beats anythlne I ever tried for zapes. I just put it in the feed and drinking water and the chicks get well." MRS." W. P. BRACEY. of Baskersvttle. Va.. writes: "I have now used this medicine two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not hud a case of eases since I besan using it." MRS. W. R VEDDER. of Catskill New York, writes: "I have not lost a turkey since I bezan uslne it. I had fifty and had used most everything else and lost all but thirty when I heard of this remedy." P0y,LTRY PARy. of Buechel. Ky.. writes: "We toed it on roup and gapesWIiI.T? H?H? out of existence in three days. It zives the chicks lile and vigor and pulls them through the critical stage In fine shape." .... Bourbon Poultry Cure 12 Gallons of Medicine Every poultry raiser ahould keep a bottle of this medicine on hand, and nso 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, Mlg, Chemists, Lexington, Ky. 50 Cent Bottle of H.F.Hillenmeyer ?. ---- " MAtaMMt MhMtadMi aat44MikM r ?ysre i .-- Csrgcic?ar-!?g3JraK- Hpimrn . is n f A ISt mill get" S Mil v H Jw;&.v.iwjausKsaS2a35a flhi 5 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 THE BIG BARGAINS STOCK SATURDAY to the bottom of it, and the bottom must be reached. Not Alone Injured Materials, But Goods Only Slightly Damaged and In Fact The i 5 ENTIRE i Is Being Offered We cannot go into details here but, remember that we are including in this SLAUGHTER SALE, Ladies' Queen Quality Shoes and Slippers, Gentlemens Walk-ove- r, 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. 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. FRIDAY AND will be big days, for by that time we expect to have the full line of damaged ready. f ! PAINT LICK, FISH & HAMMACK,KENTUCKY 1IKYANTSV1LLE (Delayed Letter.) Miss Blanche Askins of Sulphur Well, is visiting Mrs. Charley Deane. Mr. Bryan Ballard, of Lexington, was Boots & Herbs safest, Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. Mary W. Estes, Heirs, VS. My Spring yfesJsSjHtp i j GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded y The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Cow-boCOM-CEL-SA- R, Garrard Circuit Court. according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-Moo- over Friday to see his mother, Mrs. E. H. Ballard. n, Plaintiffs, Vot 1 and Master John Gallaher are spending several days in Cincinnati. Mr. Pi ice McGrath and mother, Mrs. Nackie McGrath of Sharpsburg, were here last week. Miss Zillah Dames, of Georgetown, has been visiting Misses Anna Kay and Margaret Jenkins. Miss Anna Kay Jenkins CHARLIE Tie Body-Toni- c. WHITE-MOO- N Cowboy Herbalist INDUS SOfE ORIGINATOR OF CHETESKE REMEDIES Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N 4. SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky CURES I Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,, XOSTE JLS OOOD-Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry OCU, SO PIT SO R Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-- 11 44 "d I h"e Misi Katie Bryant. Butkcrwn. K.y mtk RrafK 4-- 1 1 --44 for yew tad think it the belt poultry remedy made. Itcurrs sapttaadHmDerneckwiihoutfuL. dropped down trie bill of mgaprag WiUCoamet,BardatovEi. Ky..aan: "One drop of Redpe chicken kills the worm aiidrelieTe, the chick iuUntly. Itil the bat preventive 1 have ever wed." Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price SOc at all Druggists. and Mrs. Henry Williams of Burgin, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. J. C. Williams went to Louis ville Monday to see her brother Mr. Dan King who is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Will Halcomb are re ceiving congratulations for their handsome son who was born Wednesday. Dr. Bradley Montgomery purchased a "Buick" roadster Saturday and has already become quite an enthusiastic motorist. Mr. Lynn Lucas and family left Mon day to make their home in Louisville. Their many friends regretted to see them leave. Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk, of Lexington, returned home Wednesday after a ten day's visit with Jier cousin, Miss Mayme Ballard. Mr. Cleveland Rose who has been ill Mr. SOLO BY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Carroll Preston 4383. Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high of typhoid fever for several weeks is greatly improved and able to walk about the house. now Sire Preston 922 by Washington Dentnark 64. 1st dam baby ington Wednesday to see "Billy Burke" in "Mind The Paint Girl." Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 At the election held here Saturday 3rd dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. for the consolidated school the vote Grey Eagle large against it wa3 over-whelmi- $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard and Mis3 Mayme Lee Ballard were in Lex- 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, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describt; ed as follows, In Garrard County, Ky., on the waters of Long Branch and Back Creek, known as lot No. 6 of the Hall Anderson land; Beginning at a white oak stump on the West side of Long Branch; thence following into and up said Branch with its meanders S 45 W 56 poles; thence S 7 W 7J poles to astake corner to No. 5; thence with the line of No. 5 up a branch 70 W 41 poles to a stake near the junction of two branches; thence N 9i E 31i pole3 to a stake near a white oak marked as a pointer, corner to No. 5; thence N 88 E 74J poles to the beginning, containing 13 acres 2 rods and 37 poles, be the same more or less. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Mary W. Estes and after paying debts for a distribution of the proceeds among the parties entitled to receive the same. TERMS. This sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price due in- six and twelve months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien will be reserved on the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y. to-wi- is To and-propert- y Millinery complete Inspection Invited. Ada with my own and imported Creations Save Life First afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. Your Patronage Solicited. Mrs. Kinnaird FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, r One ONE DROP OF- Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other Infectious Diseases. MRS. W. R. GUNTER. of Concord. Va.. writes: "Mr chickens had gapes so bad last summer that I could not raise any until I cot this medicine. It is the best poultry remedy I ever used." MRS. SARAH WELLS, of Lyons. Ind., writes: "It beats anything I ever tried for eases. I Just put it in the feed and drinking water and the chicks get well." MRS. W.Jl. BRACEY. of Baskersvflle.Va., writes: "I have now used this medicine two years and I just could not raise any chickens without it. I have not had a case of gapes since I (began using it." MRS. W. R.VEDDER.of Catf kill. New York, writes: "I have not lost a turkey since began using it. I bad fifty and bad used most everything else and lost all but thirty when I I heard of this remedy." WHITE HOUSE POULTRY FARM, of BuecheL Ky writes: "We tried It on roup and gapes and it knocked these diseases out of existence in three days. It gives the chicks life and vigor and pulls them through the critical stage in fine shape." only a very few votes being cast in favor of the school and more taxation. Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Noe died Tuesday after a few days illhands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. ness of double pneumonia and was Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel buried Wednesday afternoon at Dan58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief ville. The parents have the sympathy of the community in their loss. 1718, one of the two great chief sires. HIGH CLOUD 3334. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed action, and perfect gaits. I have facilties for wring for mares sent to me from a distance and will furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. In all cases Hen will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. 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 but not responsiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect acci-ciden- ts $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. UPHOLSTERING. these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. For upholstering and phone your orders to No. 70 or drop me a tfird in care of S. D. Turner, Lancaster Ky. Box couches and mattresses a specialty re-qairi- ng Phoenix Hotel J ft BEAZLEY J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on baud, and use it at a preventive as well as a cure for disease. SOLD BY ALL DRUGdlSTS. Free Sample and Booklet on "Diseases ot Fowls" sent prepaid on request. BOURBON REMEDY CO, Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. 50 Cent Bottle of Better Than The Bsst, No Higher Than The Rest. Filtered Drinking Water. W. 0. Walker, f Stanford, Kv all work guaranteed. Coyle The Upholster. Residence Phone 27 Distilled, " LANCASTER. KY. LEXINGTON, - KENTUCKY rt va A -- -- -- - rV BLEUCHER 46158. HAMILTON VALLEY. Mr. James Dychouse is on the SHE GOT RID OF HIM L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. cc Record 2:29M. Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 tf. Tiotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1000. Standard Registered Vol IS. iAlejntieT.!-2:2Ti I sick list Mr. Dee Turner was out here last Week on business. Mr. Link Lakes bought .1 yoke of work cattle from E. B. White price (11 By HELEN MILLER. J Mrs. George Beasley of Flat Woods visited her sister Mrs. Wm. .McQueery .... last.week. Belle By NarnoodriiV. Mr. J. H Hamilton has almost closed (Baron Wllkei 475$. 2:ia Lady fMoko2m; She of 1 in2:IU.tc. :M. etc. his fence where it washed away by the Hire ol iireuda Yorke 'Queen Ktliel high waters. By SUratlimore 403. Feruo 2 .Ui'-J-, 2J4. Belle (3) 2:04'., Native IClayo Dim of Bnmij2:nS'4. Miss Stella McQueery is visiting her Silver Silk (4) 2:0S?j, Dam of Lula Watta VJ) Monrico(3) Susie 2:264. 1tr,i. Blencher a half Wilkes Nntwnnd .000, 224C. cousin Miss Lillie Beasley of .Flat N. (S2:09;f.etc. out of tr. 21:7: I Sire or Carl Wilkes 2:0J'. plater to Silent Brook Woods this week. Jeuny Clay. IBettvClav ( By Harry Clay 45. Half Bister to Silent The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Brook 2:lU.R.ddle Clay Ham of Silent Brook iiA-i.aaSamuel Holmes died on Wednesday the Ully Clay 2:1G, Reddie Clay 4 2:25'i, etc. dam of True 2rJlj. S of Spinal trouble. 197G9, 2:16J, sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:0C, Silent Brook Mr. D. S. Lane and Will Christopher Betty Brook 2:09?, Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady from Beuna Vista was out here on Shawbay 2:071. Zarrine Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10i, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J.Margaret Bathgate business last week. (4) 2:11J, etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07i, etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. Why Women Are Lost. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda The truth Is women are lo3t Yorke (3) 2:08J (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:04i, Native Belle (2) 2:072 (Futurity they are deliberate. Amelia B. filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win Barr. winner.) (3) 2:05J (champion ner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:08J, Susie N. (3) 2:09J (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) Winter Quiet In Yukon Valley. There are no blizzards In the Yukon Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:133, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031, valley In winter, and there Is little Baron D. 2:lo, etc wind. Snow about two feet deep covBleucher 46158, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14J, half in 1:00, last quarter ers everything from early October in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds till spring. 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 Garrard Circuit Court, manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Plaintiffs, Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse J. T. Raney. et al VS. out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed in- Sadie R. Anderson's Administratrix. et al Defendants. to the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and Pursuant to a judgment rendered here see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. in at the March Term, 1913, the underThis great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in signed Commissioner will sell at public Lancaster, Kentucky, at auction belore the Uourt House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on To Insure A Living Colt. MONDAY APRIL 28, 1913, I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien re- it being the first day of the Garrard tained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ- zine. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ed as follows: "If he brought me flowers I'd pin In Garrard County, Ky., being on them on so they'd drop and get lost the new Danville pike West of the before we were a block away and City of Lancaster; Beginning at a when it was candy I always gave It to LANCASTER. KY. stone, and oak stump (stump now my little brother before him, saying PHONE 95. gone) corner to the 8.33 acres sold to J. C. B. Collier; thence with line of I couldn't eat that variety of bunbuns. said 8.33 acres S 47J W passing corner No, I wasn't ashamed of myself, beto same at MacWilliams at 1.55 chains cause he might have had less conceit and passing a hickory, fore and aft and more sense! A perfect lady hasn't Todd 2:14 3. Bingen 2:0G 1:58 Uhlan 10. 15 chains, in all 25.35 chains to a much of any way of telling a man he's stake, corner to same, and in line to a bore and a back number with her Walton Moss, with Moss S 38J E 5.50 except by the indirect lighting syschains to a planted lime stone in bed of tem and If he's as blind as a bat They Mature Early. an old road, corner to Moss and J. VV. $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Elmore, formerly J. S. Robinson, said that isn't her fault! "Well, I had to get rid of Mr. Blewer Todd sold for $28,000. Baden sold for ?25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. stone is S. 42 W 2.63 chains from Mr. J. T. Huguely, of another stone planted in said old road, somehow, because Jimmy was begin$15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. and which was an original corner to J. ning to paw the air and breathe hard Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. S. Robinson; thence with Elmore and and I didn't want any duel on our with a post and railing fence S 661 E front doorstep an' my picture in the The Most Fashionable Family Breed In passing a large white oak at 3.87 chains, papers labeled, 'Beautiful an wealthy in all 12.30 chains, (distance by pro- society girl, heroine of a romance!" Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. traction) to a point in line to Elmore Not for me! I have a little pride and corner to 35 acres 1 rood and 14 The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. poles, tract of Thomas Anderson land; left! "How do you suppose I got rid of thence with the line of said tract (on a bearing calculated from the field notes Mr. Blewer now, honest? Perfectly of said 33 acres 1 rood and 14 poles, as simple, my dear, and I'm telling you in the ommited side of a traverse, the caBti you get desperate some time, Record 2:071. closing line in the original notes being same as I was. I suddenly began foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Eufala, Ala. a mistake) N 3J E 12.28 (this distance dropping hints to him what a wonderBrown horse, 15.3 hands, by protraction and due to the fact that Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 fully fine cook I was and how I hated d the total distance of this when side runs from a point nine pounding a typewriter all day range TO INSURE. est of a marked my soul just longed for a gas tenths of a pole hickory, as by said calculation of om- and a sack of flour and a recipe book. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, itted side N 31J E 18.92 chains) to a I said tho dream of my life was to (Sire of 12 in 2. 10. including Bob Douglass 2.04 Todd Mac 2.07 Al Stanley 2 08 stake a few feet west of a young sugar have time to cook delicious things Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. tree; thence (by calls copied from deed that would melt in your mouth and Todd 2.08 Dictator S. H. Anderson Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 etc., son cf from Book 16, page to Thoma3 1 An that sometimes when I could persuade Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 de361, with derson, Magowan (2) gree magnetic variation) S 87 E 18.65 mother to go and visit her sister I Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 chains to a stake in East edge of a got the dinner. 2.10 etc.) "He actually stuttered trying to say fence row, corner to said 33 acres 1 by Golden Slope, 12434 Idam GolJen Ready rood and 14 poles, and a new corner fast enough that he'd like so much to Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Golden made in the field notes to the 4 acres be invited to one of my own dinners Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 Mary belonging to Thomas Anderson and some time, and after hesitating coyly Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e now (formerly) cut off to him; thence I said he might have the chance soon. line to said acres "Mother is peculiar- - -- she's so frightKerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 a protracted to point in 4middle S 9J E 12.73 chains a of the 2.21 Todd Still 2.23. etc. old Danville pike; with middle of said fully houpst so I had to get her out Silence house before I could turn the pike N 28 J E (actual bearing) 5.60 of the She nearly gave me heart disby Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee chains (by protraction) to a point in trick. Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and the middle of pike N 36J E 4.79 chains ease the last minute by saying she r Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle to a point at North edge of metal N 64 guessed she wouldn't go to Aunt to Edison 2.27 4 2.12 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss E 20.85 chains to a point in middle; N Jessie's that day after all but I finalBrock etc Sire of the dams of 41J E 3.95 chains to a point in middle, ly got her started. Maybe I didn't Promise 2.10, Princess Xema 2.13 4 corner to 24 acres purchased by G. B. rush hone from the office that night! sister that kid Eoline 2.14 etc He was out of the Swinebroad from W. Mc Johnston; I told my muchbrother and at anything thence leaving pike and with line to if they sft as peeped famous rr.are. Goldsmith Maid 2.14. said tract N 571 W 6 chains to the to eat that night I was no corner post of the wire fence on the they had Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug sister of theirs and then west Danic ot arain. iN isi w 6:a longer a ork. Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 chains to the corner post of fence, I set to if Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 "Sugared the soup and spilled the Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 crossing drain diagonally N 114 W 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 Golden etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver 18.50 chains to a point in the middle of saltbox iato the boiled cabbage and 2.10, Momento 2.19 burned the meat till It was like 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods tne new .Lancaster ana Danville turn Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, pike, corner to said tract; thence with leather and flavored the gravy with 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 O. M. C. 2.10 middle and meanders of pike Henrietta 2.24 N 882 VV I'd bet no cannonball was Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 2.50 chains to a point at North edge of vanilla. ever hanTer'n the biscuit I turned out etc. metal b bit W l.ois chains to a point in and I made an apple pie that was middle, corner to Pope lot's:-thenc- e by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers done inside and not still with pike including said lot S 431 lumpy and half and with a doughy Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 W passing .Northwest corner of said sweet enough The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative lot at 1.15 chains, in all 5.14 chains to tough crust and if there's anything a point 17 links S of middle of rtike: S worse than that I'd bate to have to to this horse. Gordon Todd will prove to be a great 82 W 9.75 chains to a point 2 feet eat it! "I am under the impression that middle N 79 W 3 chains to a South "Oh. It was a splendid dinner of its Eire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife point 5of feet south of middle N 55 V and I heaped that Blewer man's which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he passing entrance to residence at 75 kind action plate. I made him eat two helpings links, in all 3.75 chains to a point in of everything there was plenty Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers. middle, N 412 W 9.64 chains to a point the kids couldn't swallow a 1 foot North of middle, and corner to Current heirs; thence leaving pike and thing and stared at me so bewildered with their line S 72 VV passing an or- at the handout sister had cooked, I iginal stone corner at 52 links, in all nearly died laughing inside! P. 0, Box 236, Danville, Ky. Phone 523, "Toward the pie Mr. Blewer began 9.24 chains to a point, 2 feet North of the seeding apple tree, corner to same getting pale and soon after he said and to the 8.33 acres sold to J. C. B. he must be going. I told him I had Collier; with line of said tract S 28 VV so enjoyed having him see what I 14.89 chains to the beginning, containdo In the, culinary line and he ing 138.58 acres. One quarter of an coullyes, it had been a wonderful an' said acre is deducted from the above for illuminating experience. And he Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races Pope lot, Jeaving a net area of 138.34 hasn't been near me since! Not once! acres. The blood that wins in (he show ring. The blood that brings the money, The purpose of this sale is to divide What do you think of that?" "I think you probably killed the poor Winning race record on .Grand Circuit ll2, the proceeds arising from the said sale man with your cooking," replied TV t AA 1 l if the Full brother of Ruth McGregor3.08Ji.iiarand between the owners thereof and to pay I niSTIB IlillinC 14. circuit winner of 1J12. Son ofjay McGregor the indebtedness of Sadie R. Anderson stenographer from across the halL A 1I1JI.1V VVHiiv Mjy x at the time of her death, for all of Chicago Dally News. ' 2Xn?who recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars (115400 A)) for export to Russia, and who which judgment has been rendered. elred Baldy McGregor 2.0ft?.,, who sold at auction February 4th. in New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (lS,O0O.M) for export to Austria, Hisdam is Baroness Sibyl 2.25jf, a daughTERMS. ter of Biron Wilkes. This sale will be made on a credit of A great many people consider Chimewood the six months and the purchaser will be handsomest trotting stallion llring; son of required to execute pond with approved 2:19 "For many years I was troubled, in Highwood 22l'i and Chime of Bells by 11am- - security for the purchase price, due in spite of all remedies I used. are In great brood mare list. Uncle briaoKing. Ills first fire dams Commission oi six months, bearing six per cent inAt last I found quick relief and cure four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Hus- terest per annum from date until paid. in those mild, yet thorough and bandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollais (3.C0O.O0) cash for having the force and .effect of a judg really wonderful Chimewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other of ment upon which execution may Issue, ters bare been refused. payable to W. H. Brown, Master This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1613 terms and full information and the of the Garrard Circuit Court, place. Address, and a lien will be reserved upon the JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. property until all the purchase money is paid. a. living: for $25.00 W. H. Brown, M. C. of G. C. C. Adolph Bohlnsock. Buffalo, N.Y. Farm Z miles from Danville on Danville and Barrodsburg turnpike, 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. L. L. Walker, Att'y for Plaintiffs. local and Long Distance Phone. No. 12S Danville, Ky. i I Sllcut Brooi 1M7CS iivoi.l 1 IS'. Siret.l Hilly Hurk:8.J!i, Shawbayi!:07J. Meadow Knuna ifrook 2OT34, Brook 2:09?J, Zarrlne VaiiaJ:Ul. (.Jenny Clay I Dark Nlglit .VV Sire of 21. luc llelit 2:Ol'j. MrtehtliKht jia' lurk AlUd J:W etc. Great brood mare (Jfeat Broo.l Mare Clay 41. 2 nHi . iHarrv of 4. dams of 00. ' riir. itf Al flmii. of ( Noonday Mi st K lino 27.1. ?1C0. be-:au- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. $20.00 "Some men are born persistent," No 10; 5:15 a. m. remarked Miss Pearl Fattershall to the stenographer from across the hall, Connection to Lexington and Cincinnati as they ate their noou sandwiches toNo 71; 8:35 a. m. gether behind the files. "It nearly Stanford and connection South. drives a girl crazy trying to discourNo 28; 11:04 a. m. age 'em. I don't know whether they iro so stuck on themselves they can't Richmond, connection to Lex and Cin. believe any human woman wouldn't No 70; 11:50 a. m. choke to death with Joy at being noticed by them or whether they arc Just Richmond, con to Lex, & Cin fast train ordinary stupid. Believe me, I know No 27; 2:09 p. m. after Mr. Blewer!" Louisville, Ky. "Who's he?" asked the stenographer N No 9; 8:45 p. m. from across the hall. Stanford and South. "Him?" inquired Miss Fattershall, poising the remnants of her ham sandwich daintily in the air. "Why. Mr. Blewer Is the only one out of captivity, that's who he is and he Just wailed for handcuffs put on by me, but I couldn't see It that way not with the prospect of Jimmy's getting att& more pay after New Year's! Mr. Blewer Is tall and looks as though he was varnished. You know that kind varnished collar an' cuffs, an' bair an teeth an" everything! "'I don't believe he ever sat down after his clothes were pressed till he cot to our house. I never saw such a perfectly immaculate man. There Ask us to show svasn't a thing to object to In that line. He was always just light and I you the guess that's why he made me so latest in size, style tired. and form and letmanager for the third floor at "He's Pickle's factory and he can take a taxi tering at the right whenever he wants to. That kind of price. dazzled me at first after hanging to a street car strap all the way home, THE but constant luxury soon palls. to more varie"I treated that man ties of snubs that you could count and he just hung around all tho steadier. When I snapped his head of he merely murmured that he liked my sparkling vivacity and when I sulked he idmired my dignified reserve. I for jot engagements with him and he kept right on asking me. Why, do you know. If I ever forgot to keep an engagement with Jimmy he'd drop me like a hot potato! You can't fool with Jimmy! But Mr. Blewer, he just came right on. I'd keep him waiting an hour while I dressed and when I came down, instead of his gnawing his cane with rage. I'd find him comfortably reading a last month's maga- Arrive. I e nal Guarantee fi all batterers In Lancaster. etm 99 "We ha-been Jn imsiners in thW town bottle will cost you nothing. Ton aloae for some Hire, and we are looting to to Judff. build up trade liy always advising our Again and again we have seen how a putrons richt. few drops of this simple wash appJ.t Co when we tell you that vre have to the skin, takes away the Itch, infound the eczema remedy nnd that Te stantly. And the cures all semi to tw Man.i Lack cf It vritli tli.- - manufacturers Permanent. 0. V. D. Prescription mtrid by Iron clad guarantee bscVed by ourselves you can depcrd It tha t.-- sire our D. D. D. laboratories of Chicago. : advice not in order to pell fl few hottleu composed of tlsyiol clyerin?. oil it seothteo'. or medlcln? to yUrt sofierer. but "' iul it jou rj we kriov.' bow It will het( our cftillne incredulity j 1st rruzy with Itch, you will bunneas if we heli. our patrons. onthMl and cook I. tM- - ic.h aMolutely TTo keep In storV and sell, all the Trell tvaalied aivjy Known skin remedies. But we will &i thiit D. I. I.. tin. nn.iut.rit you apptit.l sufierlng from any this: Jf jou We hae made fast friends of l.ind of skin tro'lb'e. eczema, psoriasis, than one family by recommendlnir mer rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy ft a "Kin surferer here tfci.i awl size bottlo of D. L. D. Prescription tbere and w- - wn'it von to trv It XMtttT And. if it does not do lie work, this I on cur fvfitive nupay guarantee. R. E. McRoberts & Son. vr-o- t. p ''' f-- ShthttatimtH AmtmatrenmitB izngrahefc VERY I lilt illlHIil't ' f ' '. i;!f-.ifinjp- ; Central Record. i whcrrrfr?.v;.r It.'? tta muuwf ?5 Put the Load Where It Belongs wJ W. B. BURTON, 4. ill Ini Use an I H C engine to furnish power for such work. In less time, and with far less effort, the wood is sawed, the stock watered, the tools sharpened, all at the expense of handwork. Put the load where it belongs. Buy and use an e-turning energy at m. I F you are to I make the most of your time and opportunities, you must have efficient tools to work with. You have enough hard, tiresome work without wasting your time and water-pumpin- g, wood-sawin- g, grindston- and the like. one-ten- th I H C Oil and Gas Engine fi GOING AFTER THE The Todds Always Sell. You neeJ something to clean op disinfect and kill parasites. LICE. will do the work. DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We have a special liook-lon diseases of Poultry. Call or rite for one. SURE GORDON TODD 3-- 46793. per cent or more above its rated horse power. Perfect combustion makes it economical. I H C oil and gas engines operate on gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate, alcohol. power. They are built Sizes are 1 to in every approved style; vertical, horizontal, portable, stationary, skidded, and water-cooleSawing, pumping, spraying outfits, etc. I H C oil tractors for plowing, threshpower. ing, etc., 12 to Write our nearest office for catalogues and an information desired if you wish to learn what an I H C engine will do for you. 50-hor- se air-cool- It is the cheapest engine 3ou can buy because it costs less per year of service than others. It is so powerful that it will carry a load ten d. 60-hor- se Office REMcROBERTS & fa at Cndn&ari. O.; Ennsrillc. lad.: EaoxrHIe. Teaa.; New ADuny, lad.; Pukenbarr, W. Va. MempLis. Teas.; before-mentione- $30.00 Son, r International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) Lancaster, Ky Chicago USA 4, 2, 1-- 2, 3-- 4, Si. 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 1-- 2, 2, 4, 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 1-- 2, Pittsburgh Perfect" Feace Fence made entirely of No. 9 Wire is the Cheapest you can bay. Read why No. 9 wire is stronger and takes more Fences, made entirely of No. 9 wire in galvanizing in proportion to its size than many styles and sizes, are the strongest smaller wire. Fences made entirely of made because of the Electrically Welded No. 9 wire last many years longer in joints, most durable because of the high proportion than lighter weight fences, cost quality Open Hearth Wire and pure zinc no more to string, cause less trouble, are galvanizing, and the most economical better at all times. These are technical and satisfactory fences in the world. facts. "Pittsburgh Perfect" "Jumbo" Specify "Jumbo" and save money. Tfte Made in Different Sty!ea for HELD. FARM, RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN 4, 3-- 4, 1-- hald-Biste- 3-- 4, 2-- 3-- 4, 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- 4. 1-- 1-- 4, 1-- 7..VTT T2 rA riiiavorif opr! Vcry XUU UUdJcUllCCU -- 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 4, 4, Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishinc it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If ho doesn't tell it, 'write us direct. "PitUburgh Perfect" Brandaof Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealed & GaWaniied Wire; Twuted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Regular Wire Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head PittsRoofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU made of Open Hearth materiaL ;' UmI Pittsburgh Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania se JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, HarOe an Attractive Individuality, Breeding, Speed. A"l Home tvith nf MASTIC PAINT GE Chimewood 14 Constipation PR. KING'S I YOU can hardly realize how Mastic Paint will improve the appearance of your home; too. It adds years to the life of your property and enhances its value. Let us help you select an artistic color combination, and prove to you how litde it really costs to have an attractive looking home. Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" 13 guaranteed by Co., Louisville, Ky. the manufacturers, Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt and !J m a er T'Dl7l7 JT rxHilli . Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes to insure colt Each Horse. New Life Pills R. E, McRQBERf S To Paint Them' also Color Card. and How 0& SON. 3rq S -- ; 'r iV lirf. - tf . v? . l- -s --- - 1 IT i i I ii Wi rli "I i: j mi m LjjujiiLirjMnriiax3iTii'ririiiririTTT Tin -n - -- - - in iiiinmim . ;, y I I I ft a. li 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 Fabrics, Draperies, Oxfords, Carpets, Dresses, Coats, Suits. i I ii u The Joseph Mercantile Qompany. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Bright Spot In Lancaster. I -I 1 I 1 1 ..". John Deere Mf One and Corn Planters. Gossip About Two-Horse. xarwagaagigaiiJJKt!jagiie3gMttirK c vvv John Deere Disc and Drag rows, Cultivators, Etc. The line of Quality. Prices right. Har- A Brief Mention of the Comings and uun.s jy .UVJt. II. till. III! WM.U .... I Camplete line of John Deere Implements. Quality Considered. Miss Annie and Cora Perkins were visitors in Stanford Saturday. Mrs. Banks Hudson of Danville, has been visiting Mrs. T. S. Hughes. Miss Nancy Long of Madison county is visiting her bister Mrs. J. N. Ross. Miss Lizzie Bettis is in Richmond taking a course at the Normal school. Mrs. La Mount Haukla of Junction City is here for a visit to Miss Sue Shelby Mason. Miss Mary Chestnut of Marksbury, ha been the gue-- t of Misses Bane and Knapp West. j. II R. MOUNT, SON & CO. y ,Y?r?yMn?T?r"'?'i7',J ''Ml,. 't ? T7Sr?rWrzr?-- fg"t"WgK K.T.-- J Mtf r-- a We Write Anv Kind of 1 H& Office at National Bank. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 1 BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone 27. Mrs. R. S. Brown was in Kirksville, for a weeks stay with her mother Mrs. Win. Blakeman. l ,iU f . iV 0 :0X'.v'(I; s d S T3 Miss Naomi Ballew of Richmond was the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis Saturday. & G - .ational THE QUALITY LAMP. SERVICE. We carry in stock "fTTI 25-40-60 Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount. Mr. and Mrs. James Burnside of have been recent guests of Lancaster relatives. Mr. 7. T. Rice of Richmond was in our town Monday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson. Richmond, -- - la : e S s s. .Medames Roy Schooler and Linda Sanders of Madion have been visiting Mrs. James Prather. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sutton spent two davs in Louisville last week, returning home Saturday morning. " I' Prices 40, 50, and 70cts 1 Mr. Samuel Cotton i.s in Richmond ton last week attending a meeting of the Central Kentucky representatives for a few days on business. of the Metropolitan Ins.-- Co. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville has Mrs. W. R. Cook entertained Tues- been visiting Lancaster relatives. day afternoon at a well appointed Miss Jessie Woodson of Nicholasville luncheon the honor guest being Miss is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Jessie Woodson of Nicholasville. Mr. R. H. Tomlinson has returned The Mary Walker Price Chapter of from a business trip to Niles Mich. the U. D. C. will meet Monday afterMr. A. M. Sheley of Chicago lias noon April 21st, at 2:30 o'clock at the been a recent guest at Hotel Kengarhome of Misses Jane and Mary Doty. lan. A splendid likeness of Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Mattie Duncanwa3 in Danville' Landram, who has been the recent d Tuesday for the nupguebt of her sister Mrs. H. C. Sutton tials. in Lancaster appeared in Saturday's Miss Bessie Wilkerson has been in Courier Journal. Danville visiting Mrs. Morrison BreckDr. M. K. Denny went to Louisville inridge. Friday on business, returning Saturday Mrs. Wm. Lear was in Bryantsville with W. B. Buiton, via Simpsonville, Shelbyville, Frankfort, Lawrenceburg, Wednesday with her daughter Mrs. B. C. Rose. Salvisa, Harrodsburg, and Danville. Messrs R. L. Elkin and W. B. BurMr. Ira Holtzclaw has returned from Hot Springs Ark. where be accom- ton have been recent visitors in the panied his father two months ago. Mr. Falls City. Holtzlcaw reports his father as being Mrs. Joan Ball has returned from a much improved and expects him home visit to her daughter Mrs Bohon Camp in a few weeks. bell of Stanford. The Woman's Club will hold a musi Mrs. Lee McNan and little daughter. ... .. .. .. r. cale this, Friday afternoon at Hotel orf uanville are spending this week witn Kengarlan, Miss Helen Gill will have Mrs. Jim Hatcher. charge of the program. Selections Mrs. J. A. Anion has returned home will be taken from the composer Louis after a pleasant visit of a few days to Mareau Gottschalk. friends in Cincinnati. Mr. R. L. Walker was the guest of Mr. and Mts. Pepper of Jessamine Lancaster friends and relatives last ha.-- been visiting at the home of Mr. week and returned to his home in and Mrs. A. H. Bastin. Nicholasville on Sunday. "Bake" has Miss Mary Lynn Fox will leave shortjust returned from wintering in Florida ly to take a special course at Miss Dove much improved in health. Harris' Business College. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daughBridges, so well known and loved by all ter will go to Lexington next week for heie, have received cards announcing the arrival of a handsome baby boy on a visit to her mother Mrs- W S Henry. Mrs. Roy Asa Hayncs has returned April the 11th. If he proves as bright and interesting as his brother DeWarren to her home in Hillsboro Ohio after a they should indeed be proud. short visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Grant-Cowhere A beautiful line of ladies linen dress-- , es, you cant resist buying if you see them. H. T. Logan. Card OfTbanh. 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. V For cement. J I coal, sand and rock. .ur. aiiu iirs. L.em loud desire to t.f Garrard Milling Co. thank their friends and neighbors for Our Buggies are as good as you can their great kindne-- s .shown them during the illness of Mrs. Cobb, who is now-abl- get for the money. Conn Bros. to be out again. For cement, coal, sand and rock at f Garrard Milling Co. Only One Dollar. t-- When you came into the world this paper heralded the fact. It told of your entry into school, printed your name on the honor toll, and mentioned all jour birthday parlies. It applauded your graduation from high school, started you to college' and mentioned your first job. It announced vour marriage as "the culmination ot a happy rom?nce" also told of the advent of your first born. It told of the visits of your ma and pa. spmpathized with you in your sorrow, laughed with vou in your joy and when you die, it will do its best to lift you through the pearly gates. Now think of it, only one dollar a year, and some of ou owe us that. Think of it! We have a full line of Hardware, get our prices. Conn Bros. Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime and brick. Garrard Milling Co. Headquarters for home grown Russell county sweet potatoes. 2W. B. Ball. We can save you money on Wire fencing. Conn Bros. -t see our Disc Harrow and corn planters. Conn Bros. Pair pedigreed scotch collie pups for sale great bargain. W. B. Ma3on. -. " Jr.. --- - shoulders and jowls. price. ""- """"J Highest -. market W. B. Ball. Modern Little Girl, Littlegirl. whatmakesyoulooksosmall? Don't j ou wear no cIotnes at aII? Don'- - i'ou weflr n s'ninJ' kirt? Just Uon - Jou no petti skirt.' your corset and your hose, Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale. Mrs J. A. Dudderer. Lancaster, Ky. Too many buggies. I will save you from ten to twenty dollars on buggies, W J Romans. tf wer Mr. and Mrs. IC li - i 1 i I The Mazda Lamp can save you money, besides you will enjoy the comfort of a bright light. J. Fleece Robinson are at home after a winters sojourn variojs cities in Georgia. in San Francibco, Cal. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Morrow. Mr. Feeny is Mr. and Mrs. Jno Feeny of Lancaster Electric G Light Co. 0n3.''83 .' KiwJt'J'tw '2XI) 3",Vi- j i ItisnotcnVIiglitning--- S proof but and fire-proof v;KjJiJ-5i- j t L 9 last aslorg as the W.ding and never need repairs. Just the thing for tov n or country buildings, because they meet cery condition of comfort, beauty and security. CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLESKl (OSI For Sale by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. Mis. George Robinson of Danville, head of the freight department of the was with her mother Mrs. Rebecca Western Pacific Railway, while Mrs. Feeny will be remembered as Miss West for a isit last week. Bernice Baughman formally of this Mrs. R. II. Batson and little daughplace. ter Cecil Batson are in Stanford with her mother Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. LeBus have issued the for their race meeting Little Miss Marjorie Ballou of Stan invitation which will be such a distinctive and ford spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousins Misses Rella and Mary Ar- novel event in Blue Grass Society. The cards are square with gold border nold. and one corner rounded for the red Mr. Chas. K. Dunn who is attending silk cord. At the top on one side is State College in Lexington, was the the monogram C. L. B. and under this: guest of his mother Mrs. W. A. Price Hinata Farm Sunday. Races Miss Minerva Cox who has been in Admit. Richmond at the Normal school is Thursday. April 24 p teaching a three months school at 1913. house. On the reverse side of the card is the Mesdames J. B. Paxton and J. C. engraving. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence LeBus Hajs and Misses Sue Rout and Bettie Paxton of Stanford were here for tMe request the pleasure of your company for Denny-Walkwedding. Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Price, Mr. and and Mrs. T. J. Price, Messrs Ed and N. B. The Hinata Races Price were in Danville, Tuesday for On Tuesday, April twenty-fourtd wedding. the Nineteen hundred and thirteen. At One o'clock. r" Henry Simpson was in Lexing- er h, Grant-Cowher- tfttgEtegjaf-rg- a rjsatff-in8 a Don't loast ROYAL JKBsinb vraPM Baking Powder is the greatest of modern-tim- e the Driver for dumping a load of just as you were passing. What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal: Not a bit of dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't you need some for stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need 01 helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes 4 home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and Are these all your underelothes? LOST-- A black Silk Skirt belonging Little girl, when on the street to Jennie Gentry. Finder will please You appear to be all feet. i return to her or this office and receive With your skirt so very tight. reward. You surely are an awful sight, You want to put that walk in out of Nothing on to keep jou warm. the best material dont you? Then buy Crazy just to show your form. from the Garrard Milling Co. Little girl, you won't live long All persons having claims against Just because you dress all wrong. Miss Mary Marshbank will present them Can't you wear more underclothes W. B Mason ' Than your corset and your hose? properly sworn to by lawyer before the first day of May 1913. The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes After while I do believe J. R. Marshbanks, Ex. day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Ym will dress like Mother Eve. P. Frisbie, The subject discussed was A Look Fourth Class Postmaster Examination, "German Schools." V See our line of wash dresses 51.00 up. Dr. Amon writes that he is enjoying Saturday May 10 1913. H. T. Logan. every minute of his stay in Chicago, he The United States Civil Service Comis attending lectures, studying in the For Sale. mission announces that on the date hospitals and making the very best use named above an examination will be A handsome Oak Dining Table. Enof his time. held at Richmond, Ky., a3 a result of quire at this office. The following announcement will be which it is expected to make certifica- Notice To Contractors. read with much interest by the many tion to fill a contemplated vacancy in friends of the family in this city; Mrs. the position of fourth class postmaster Plans and specifications for the Charlotte Letcher Warren announces of class (a) at Paint Lick, Ky., and consolidated school at Buena Vista the engagement of her daughter other vacancies as they may occur at are in my office. Josephine Paxton Warren to Mr. that office, unless it shall be decided in The County Board will meet Tuesday Richard Abner Asbury, of Rome, Ga. the interests of the service to fill the April 29 to receive bids for same. The wedding is to take place in the vacancy by reinstatement. The com- - 4Jennie Higgins, Supt. early summer. The prospective bride pensation of the postmaster at this of- is a neice of Mrs Pattie D. Gill, Miss fice was 709 for the last fiscal year. Notice. Age limit, 21 years and over on the Jennie Duncan, and Mr. John M. The first quarter of your water rent can of this city and a freqnent visitor date of the examination, with the exception that in a State where women was due April 1st., so please be preat her mother's old home. pay same as I will call on you are declared by statute to be of full pared to The marriage of Mis3 Leila Grant, of age for all purposes at IS years, in a few day. Under an ordinace pass- 1 A 11 A4V this city, and Dr. Joseph Cowherd, of women 18 years of age on the date of " 4llf fB W wulAll a" "ic "'" "'. b y 1st. Kansas City was celebrated thi3 after- the examination will be admitted. ?.remJed from.1t,h c,ty noon, at four o'clock, at the residence Applicants must reside within the This ordinance wjll be enforced Herron, M. C. L. of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. territory supplied by the post office for P. Grant, on South Fourth street. The which the examination is announced. Notice ceremony was said by Rev. H. C. GarThe examination is open to all citiAll persons knowing themselves rison, pastor of the Danville Christian zens of the United States who can church, immediately after which the debted to the estate of C. JJI. Jenkins with the requirements. couple left for an extended bridal tour. Application form and full informa- - will please pay the undersigned ad-tiThe handsome home was elegantly claims concerning the requirements of rninistrator. Those holding decorated with palms, potted plants the pxnmination can be secured from against the estate, will please verify is one , and cut flowers. The bride-elethe postmaster at paint Lick or Secre- - and Prove same and Ieave them with of Danville's most charming and at- - tnrv r,...., Exam;nGra. Richmond. Kv Wm. Uerndon, my attorney at .LancasD. V. Jenkins Administrator. tractive young ladies, beloved by a 0r from the U. S. Civil Service Com-wh- o ter. 1 knew her. She is a very popular , mission( Washington, D. C. young lady and has taken an active Applications should be properly exe-pa- rt Garrard Circuit Court. in social circles. Dr. Cowherd, ' cuted and fiIed with the Commission at Plaintiffs. who graduated from Centre College, Waah;ngt0 at least 7 days before the Jonathan Creech's Heirs, made many friends while in Danville date of the examination, otherwise it and was one of the most popular stu- may be impracticable to examine the Jonathan Creech's widow, et al, Defts. All persons having claims against the dents in the famous old institution. applicants. estate of Jonathan Creech, deceased, He enjoys a lucrative practice in his U. S. Civil Service Commission. ' are hereby notified that I will sit at my home city and rs a young gentleman of ' office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning brieht prospects. Many entertain SEED CORN. April 15, 1913. and continuing from day ments have been given by local people unto day to April 22, of the same year, in honor of the popular young couple, be In Ton-Qcf- ar I will in rewivp hpnr nrnnf nn nrM nnHif will take with them best and thev j Monday, COUnty COUrt day claims against the estate of Jonathan wishes for a life of un;alloyed happi- -b uumms voun- ' recu' a,iu a" ness. Danville Messenger. wiin a luau ox against same are notified to have same ty White seed corn and Soy properly proven requIred by ,aw nnd FOR SALE. prize ear j file, and at the same time the under- beanS. The , -t " ' 7? fr ""f WMAa t on ct -4 . VS.-NOT- ICE. ruunc --- Lancaster Lumber & Wig Co. I guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. I have 23 pairs of inside of corn from my own Seed1!!fnedwiI1fheri5roof uponnd 7T shutters and eight chestnut WOn the SWeepStake at LeX- - Jonathan Creech, deceased, to his oak doors that I will sell ingtOn last Winter OVer all children, and the said parties are here- . ,. Done by by notified to be present. Varieties. cheap. order of c at lt3 March Term, 1913. W. H. Brown, M. a G. C. C. Walton MOSS. ' Tohe Wiley, Lancaster Ky. j first Ti.i iWM.il' rea95a&S&3&3&3S35&S5fc3S2&gg5LS3g! Superior VACUUM CLEANE 2 1 SI S a guarantee this Cleaner to be better than any other Cleaner on the market today and it will do the work g of a $200. Electric; PRICE ONL,Y $7.50. Has been on sale one week and over a dozen satisfied custom-- 8 ers. Let us give you a DEMONSTRATION of the wonderful power of this little machine. Call or Phone No 5. We I H S The Store Beautiful Hurt to-da- y to-da- y. " & News in this city Anderson & Of The Churches. i g Bright Spot i In W Lancaster, fe After Reading The Records. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue April 8th, has this to say regarding saddle sires: "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods who is the one most likely capable of doing it again And then HE correctly records Hill Squirrel. A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage. Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and he black Squirrel. His dam by Red Square!. "He will make season of 1913 at my Livery and Sale stable on Stanford .Report ot" the Condition S. C. White Leghorns. My stock from prize winners $1-5- of THE The Reverend Morgan of Louisville has received a call from the Brptist church, and will give his decision in two weeks time. Garrard Bank & Trust doing bnsine-- s at Lanc.i-UCounty of Garr.ird, State of Keuiiickv, Bank r lanta. Louisville and other shows. few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 J- Co i settins of 15- - at At pr Kv A UNION. AT THE CIGsh. OF THE The revival at the Methodist church James Rothwell and wife moved k ; which began Sunday is t week to Louisville. creating considerable enthusiasm and 4th day of April, 1913. Miss Myrtle Hubbard of Bald Hil . j large crowds are attending every street at is visiting in this section day and night Bro. Pollitt the service, RESOCKCE. Mr. J. I. Hamilton of Lancaster w, . local pastor is preaching very interest to Insure Living Colt. Loans The place in the front rank as a sire of show colts The records not only confirm his state$ and Discounts ill wis 7; here last week on business. unment, but are much stronger. Remember twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States ing sermons, and Rev. Andrew Johnson Overdrafts Secured and .. S.3M3 ". of Chestwood, near For Seed Corn, Millet and Cow Pe secured in ( . .. Due from Banks last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of charge of the singing, Louisville, is and lends much . .. !i,i IS see Hudson & Hughes. Phone 2G. Cash ou hand ... ',0ll the saddle horse world. 4172 to the enjoyment of the services. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and Check, and other cash item Fado Parks and family of Preaoher-vill- e B ink In; House, Furniture and 13S) On .. .. good imdividual, 48 inches high and a a Fixture visited Mrs. D. G. Rosa Sunda fine saddle pony. He will make the . $175,iil 211 Total- -. Town Lots Sold. Miss Rosa Murphy of Berea CoHeir season at $10.00 to insure a living colt. LIVBILITIES. is visiting her parents Mr. ami Mr Mr. F. G. Hurt sold to W. F. Champ Sire, Black Button one of the highest Capital Stock paid lu, m cash . $ 50.00C 00 C. W. Murphy. We are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. a lot with pixty feet frontage on Water acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam Surplu" lund .ix) UO Mr. Marion Reed of North, S. (' street, and also an adjoining lot with White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Undivided Profit-- . lens expense: V.0O V and taxes paid Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. Deposit suhjtct to check JIW.Tn; ;o representing the Kimball , Piano C- 120 feet frontnge to Mr. James Hatcher. Kentucky. 11.731 .'I Time Deposits as here last week. Price private. Each of these gentle1JU.51I 71 Also at the same time and place I men will likely erect nice residences on Mr. R. E. L. Murphy who travel-fo- r S 175.01 . 2 Total j will stand my tine big Jack. their purchases. a Knoxville House through eight State of Kcntnckr. Comity of Garrard. Pet. We. I:. E. McRobcrts and J W Llmore I'resi southern states is visiting his parents alove named Bauk i Young John Morgan 3705 dent and Cashier of theiho nJiove statement at this place. House Destroyed By Fire. do solemnly swear that Is true to the best of our knowledge and Klief j A house in "Tin Can Alley", the K. E McKoberts, President. Young John Morgan 3705 was sired MSA. . Llmore. Cashier. J property of Mr. J. E. Stormes and by old John Morgan and was out of an Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blcod to Bohemian King, standing at $20. He too. occupied by Jess Gess colored was imported registered Jennet day of April 1911 Every body bu3y now with chicken-destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning. 19K and garden. My Commission Expires January is bred right, therefore, breeds right. He will make the season of 1913 at D. A. Thomas, Notary Public. The department responded promptly, i Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Compton ani to Insure Living Colt but because of inexperienced men not family spent Sunday with Mrs. Susan For Sale or rent a nice five room being able to couple the hose properly, Lien retained on all colts for the sea Taylor. cottage at Lowell see Sam Henderson it was impossible to secure sufficient son money. Care taken to pravent ac-- ! or write Dr. John A Snowden Win- pressure Report of the Condition Mr. R. W. Randers of this place has time to save the building. cidents but not responsible should any in Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. chester, Ky. a nice line of spring millinery call ami The lack of pressure was not due to the occur OF THE see him for a bargain. new stand pipe, as Mr. Herron adjusted I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by the show record Wanted:-3- 0 Season due when mare is traded or cattle to graze by the the hose and threw water over the Leslie Sebastian purchased of hid parted with month, rye, timothy and blue grass. father Mr. Thomps Sebastian 3 135 electric light pole in the park immediateAMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Bunk Or Brjantsville pound B. L. Kelly, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster shoats paying SJ cents for them. ly after the fire. Ky. Mr. Dillard Sebastian of Berea spent 82 first, 25 championships, 2 grand championships in the Winner of I doing business at town of Bryantsvllle, t Street Fair In May. several days with his parents Mr. and I Lancaster Ky. County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. Miss. T. H. Brians, of Edin, Miss., Mrs. Thomps Sebastian has returned bought of Mr. Allen S. Edelen, Glen-worLancaster is to have a Carnival or AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS OX THE back to school. Farm, Burgin, Ky., the splendid Street Fair during the week beginning Sunday school was organized at combined mare, Daphne Dare. She May 5th. The Littlejohn Amusement day of April 1913. 4th Freedom church the first Sunday in will U3e this mare for riding a3 this is Company are coming under the auApril with a large attendance every considered a very fine lady's mount. spices of the local lodge of Odd Fel- 1IUA RESOURCES. j Loans Daphne Dare is believed to be safe in lows. ... . $ rs,41.r. 11 body invited to come. and Discounts secured 3J 40 The little 18 months old baby of foal to Mr. Edelen's great Bohemian This same company was here last Will make the season of 1913 at my OverdraftsBanks and. unsecured from 3,J7 D4 . -- ,.17 rH, ' King. and gave splendid satisfaction, stable at Marksbury, Ky , at IPne ou hand . . year Leslie Sebastian which has been so ver 2 25 and other cash Item. . the shows were clean and unobjection- low with what the callwi Dr'a to Insure Living Colt Banking House, Furniture and 4,214 S Futures For Rent 154 acres of grass near able, the management were clever, consumption is some what improved at Hyattsville, for year 1913 would like to j straigh forward business men and they S 4s,KM 97 Total this writing and we hope for his speed REX HELTON 3404, sired by Rex sell. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. LI VBILITIES. carried a splendid Italian band. They recovery. Nealton, Jessamine Co. 115,000 00 have added many new features this Peavine 179G. 1st dam by Maud Helton Capital Stock paid in. iu cash . Isn't it a pleasure to read the Record . . .. . Iw0 CO Surplus Funds season, including a counterpart of 4136. Undivided Fro Ills, less expennow; so many interesting events. But I will have for sale on the streets of "Aimee", a Wild West Show, and . 54S 45 ses and taxes pilil oh what a shame when our eyes fell on Deposit subject to check tS.138 Lancaster Monday county court day two many other attractions. . 3,4t) 00 Deposits- GARRARD PEAVINE. 31.538 52 the burning of Mr. Link Millers house jersey heifers with jersey heifer calves and to think of the very idea of a from two to four weeks old. J4S,CKti7 Total Will also make the season of 1913, at STATE OF KENTUCKY. I t woman being accused of such a crime Write All The billy Letters Yon Like Then Z. T. Rice. my place at ?10.00 to insure a living COUNiY'OF GARRAKD JSCT it is something awful. But as long a C. Becker, President and C. We. Born Them. colt. He is a fine young three year old Hams, C Cashierof the above namedJ. BankWil- - this sinful world stands will such be. Mr. Allen S. Edelen, of Glenworth do that "What is there about love?" asks with fine style and action. Sired by solemnly swear of our the above statement Is But let us only trust in God for love Farms, Burgin, Ky., sold this week to knowledge and belief. true to the best and grace to keep our hearts pure Mr. D. S. Pope, of Winchester. Tenn., Heine who has been called Germany's Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, C. C. Becker, President. 6330. toward our fellow men, that Ve can J.C. Williams, Cashier. Glenworth Lad. a chestnut, combined greatest love, "that makes the Subscribed and sworn to before me this Uth see them live and prosper instead of man into the silliest gelding, which Mr. Pope will use as a strongest-minde- d day of April 1013. fool?" And if you read the daily family carriage horse. J. Hogan Ballard. Notary Public. doing them harm. My Commission expires Feb 29. 1918. papers you will not wonder that he A fine black Jack with white points, Capt Am Bourne the Auctioneer, sold asked the question. STANFORD. on the street last Saturday, a sow Many a man has had to pay and pay foaled in August, 1905, 15J hands high, and three pjgs for Eld. F. M. Tinder, to Dr well, in dollars as well as in ridicule, sired by Billy Keen, by Tom Keen, Miss Mollie Beazley of Danville is Wm. Burnett for $29.00. Also a cow for the foolish letters he has written, dam a show Jennet by a son of Joe the guest of her sister Miss Alice Condition Report of the to Squire Jim Bourne for $50.00. and they are not always love letters. Blackburn. This is a large fine Jack Beazley. You can hardly take up a newspaper with the best of shape, fine and generMr. Owsley Newland is in Corbin atA number from this county are send- without seeingwhere the "deadly letter al make up and will stand at $10.00 to tending the Methodist Sunday School ing their mares to Glenworth Farms, writer" has gotten in his work. Insure. Institute. Burgin, to be bred to Bohemian King, I do not believe an adult human being Lien retained on all colts for service Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray and daughby My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate Mr. J. L. Parsons, of Buena Vista, can be found who has not regretted, at fee. Care taken to prevent accidents ters of Danville, spent a few days with 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living spent Monday there and sent his fmmi some time or another, writing a letter. but not responsible should any occur. doing business at the town of Paint Lick, brood mare, Miss Lofty, to this noted It may be one from a loving woman Money due when colt is foaled or mare County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, relatives here. colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond. stallion Tuesday. to an unworthy man who has taken the parted with or bred to other stock At The Close or Business oh the ha3 been the guest of Mrs. W. S. Em-br- y warm, tender words which she put without permission. Z. T. Rice sold two Jersey heifers to down on paper straight from on Logan Avenue. her heart 4th day of April 1913. Peal Bros, for $85 and a Jersey bull to and used them to hurt her. Dr. W. N, Craig, who has been enIt may be Danville, Kentucky. same party for $40. Mr. Rice also a letter full of harsh words that would gaged in the drug business at Berea, bought 16 head of 100 pound shoats at be better left unsold. It may be a RESOURCES: has returned to Stanford. Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. 07 Kentucky. Loans and Discounts unsecured t 83.9i fts April Court drew an unusually large 8J cents a pound. secret that should not have been told, Marksbury, Uverdrafts.secnred and 302 1,60) 00 Stocks bonds and other securities on paper makes it much l!,743Utt number of people and we were glad to Due from Banks Put a system to work on the farm and putting it I have some good baled timothy hay worse. Cash on hand 4iTl 46 see such a goodly number from Gar16185 Checks and other cash items for sale. Milton Ward Lancaster, Ky. and get busy. Let the system work all Letters, my dear girls, and young rard. Banking House, Furuliure and the time, and you will soon be on easv 3 JQO 00 FARMER'S COLUMN Fixtures men, are very dangerous things, with Mr. J. R. Mount and daughters, Mrs. For Sale extra nice fresh milk street Get over the habit of being a the awful propensity of bobbing up be$111,173 12 Total T. M. Wilson and Miss Joan Mount cow kind and gentle Price $55 Jake pessimist and learn to look on the I.IA11ILITIKS: oooooo6 oocaooi spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. bright side of everything. The jrrnnoriv fore your face when you least expect White. making you blush with grief Capital Stock paid in. in cash....-- $ 1(1,000 00 McRoberts. farmer and soil tiller is a failure. It them and 8.C00 CO dpace below this beading is for me excin-iv- e Surplus Fund Wilson Rogers bought of Hiatt Burg is the happy and contented man who and shame. Undivided profits, less expenses use of our farmer subscribers, and Is lor There were about three hundred cat1,295 55 in Stanford Monday a nice walking and taxes paid So, girls, when you you feel like writthe sale of stock, grain and such things on takes things as they come whether Deposits subject to check (84,201 77 tle on market on County Court day horse for $165. farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverDeposits, Postal savings . 1.10& M good or bad that succeeds. Don't be ing a letter straight from your heart Yard--eg- gs 71 and tise. No notice will be accepted over fonr to your best young man, go ahead and 75 cts for 15 Dae Banks and Trust Companies 85.310 oa 3J tothey sold at prices ranging from MO 7 cents. For Sale Indian runner Duck eeers a grouch. lines, and will be only in two issues of the Pour out your very "soul. Say doit. 1111,175 12 Total kcoed, free of charge $1.00 per setting of 15 Wood Wilmot Two pens with 1st and Mrs. E. P. Owsley of Columbus, Ga., as many foolish, loving little things as Mr. Marion Johnson Purchases Farm. phone no 312-State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss Stanford pike. who has been visiting her sister Mrs. you wish, "Get it out ot your system," 2nd prize birds at head Geo. Dishon bought a horse mule of We.E. L. Woods, and R. G. Woods, Presi- Richard Putnam at Lebanon, spent a Mrs Fannie Farra sold to Marion and then be sure and burn the letter up. For Sale:-Te- n Duroc sows with litter dent and Cashier of the abort named Bank, E. S. Sams for 5175.50. the above Come and see do solemnlyto swear thatour knowledgestate-me- few days with friends here. Johnson 40 acres off the south end of Dor.'t ask the man to whom you send for of pigs. Healthy and money makers. and is true the best of farm for $100. per acre, possession it to "burn this." Remember one of Mrs. W. B. Mason and daughters, E.L. WOODS. President belief. A. K. Kavanaugh "bought a saddle J. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. her real Barred Rocks to be given Jan. 1. 1914. Mr. Johnson America's greatest statesmen lost the R.G.WOOD3, Cashier. Mrs.. Roy Haynes of Hillsboro, Ohio, horse of John Spoonamore for $150. Registered Doroc gilts, will erect a home on the land purchas presidency of the United States because For Sale Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth and Miss Sue Shelby Mason, were the LOUIE TINDER, day ot April 1913. I have two good horses for sale, young waigh about 150 lbs. Will pig about ed, to which he will move with the com he asked the other fellow to "burn this" and Mrs. Albert B. W. D. Hammack, Notary Public. guests of Mr. June 15tb. F. G. Hurt. Walton Moss. ing of the new year. and gentle. instead of burning it before sending it Florence on Monday. Lancaster, Ky My Commission expires January 4, 1914. BlMr- - BOHEMIAN ZING 2410. $10. Diamond Dick. Investigate For Yourself. Then Decide. I , -- ALLEN S EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLENWORTH FARMS. AT BELLEVUE FARM. I I ) ( $10. j J. T. Rainey. UUllUU ' th t Dov Uoltnii Zni dlUt J ! $20. I ' -- REID. Kentucky's Choice 3765 Peoples Bank Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. MARK GOINS, I Ringlets Barred Rocks $2.00. A . 5 . rt "l fw . 4