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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 25, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913042501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 25, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. S-- - J. tLiii CEN TRAh BE CORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH, YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913. Look out for the health officer. To Be Many More. Colored School Closing. : NUMBER 3. ?3Se&ESCS33!S33tE w I MR I h h B 5 farmer I - At least a dozen Lancaster people Now is the time to clean up and keep "t up. have the automobile fever, and we are . The Lancaster School closes June expecting to see as many new machines in a short time, as the disease here 13th. . is of a very malignant form and we Everybody is going to put down doubc if it can be controlled. Monday is county court day. us a call, if not a ?. 'Qfrriirg- - tfeirarrir?g.:o:fMTfiL Pay Pay Your Dues To Fish & Game Club. All who have signed membership cards to the local Fish & Game club are requested to call on either Mr. Stormes or Mr. Palmer and pay their dues, and when you come bring some other sportsman with you and have him become a member. It is expected that the Game Warden will go on dutp on May 1st and the dus must be paid up in order to have funds to meet this expense. The closing exercises of the Lancaster colored school were held at the court house on last Thursday and Friday nights, marking the close of a very successful year. There were nine graduates and the manner in which they acquitted themselves showed that they have profited by their training. Children Afflicted. 'rrmararfUHrrM ipzl The Very Best The "Titanic" ha3 like its or, passed into history. 23 people "skiddooed" predecess- When You pay your good Money for on the first excursion of the season Sunday. Automobilists are complaining at the continued rise in the price of gasoline. Mr. Hcrron has received the for the new lilti-- r and work will shortly. We are splendidly equipped your horse and jack bill printing, and let us show you. some new school plans begin There are several cases of measles at present. The most severe ' case of which we have heard being that of little William Theodore Renner, the bright little nephew of Mrs. R. Zimmer who loturned with Miss Elsie from Royiu City Mieli. He wjs nit- - f ically ill during days of last m week, hut is runtidoiably better. in the city . ies AT THE Farming Implements to do come "Titanic" Closes Career has., been for the ffi! Out Of Lancaster. Good Hotel. fcan man. 1 you should get something p that is good and which you get good results from. experience in the repairing of various machinery places us in a position to know a piece of Machinery better than the average "Old Glory" floating over our handbuilding will surely be a pleasing sight. The Lancaster colored baseball team team in a hotly defeated contested game on the local grounds last Friday, score 8 to 7. The "Titanic", the big autocar which' last few months running from this place to Nicholasville and leturn, made its last trip on last Thursday, Mr. Thomas the manager concluding that it did not pay sufficient to justify him in continuing the service. He left Monday morning with his car for Cincinnati, where he contemplates having it cut down and converted into a truck. We offer you the benefit of this experience in the selection of a line of Disc Harrows, Corn Plan- ters, and Drills, Cultivators Etc., which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, We Live and Let Live. Ky. &X&8?8$&C smmzm i mimwnBmKMM 3E3L 3C EST The cheapest thing to ride is a hobby, Goes To School Of Reform. ,no oats. The next cheapest Ernest Leavell the colored boj who thing to ride is an automobile, it eats broke into Mr. R. E McRoberts drug no ticket. gasoline, but calls for store a week ago, was given a bentence A fishijg rou and line i3 second only of two years in the School ef Reform by to a last years bird's nest as a worth- Judge Ford. Ernest was married two less commodity in the newspaper busi- years ago at which time he gave his age as 20 years, but his father and other ness. credible witnesses appeared before the As we go to Press we learn of the court and swore that he was but 17 death of Mr. Tom M. Johnston, who years of age, and the court had no died at the home of his son, Mr. Clell alternative save a sentence to the in Nicholasville, Wednesday, Johnston, School. and will be buried in the Lancaster Cemetery tomorrow (Friday) morning Be Wise. at eleven oclock. A more extended The lark came up to meet the sun I notice will be given in the next issue of and carol forth its lay. the farmers son the Record. took down his gun and at him blazed I There is not a child in Lancaster who away. The busy bee arose at 5 and Should not know that the Angel cf hummed the meadows o'er, the farmers ' Death mounts the back of every fly the wife went for his hive and robbed him instant it emerges fron the egg. of hj store. The little ant rose early. ! The Record is, therefore, suggesting too, his labor to begin, the greedy spar that the children of Lancaster foim row that way flew and took them in. clubs, etch member of which shall u, Diias anu ants anu nees, De wise, in pledge his or herself to go after the fly proverbs take no stock, like me refuse as they are doing in from bed to rise till half past eight other towns. Let the boy scouts get oclock. busy not only with their own premises, Hurt & Hamilton Buy More Property. but their neighbors as well. Through the real estate firm of The Stratfords Hughes & Swiaebroad, Messrs H. of the Goit Lyceum Bure .u C. Hamilton and F. G. Hurt have purchased the handsome bungalow will be at the Court property of Dr. G. C. Farris on April 30 at 7:30 p. m. Richmond street for $1,000. These two young gentleman have beendealing L. Riley. quite extensivey in real estate of late. Mr. Hamilton already has a nice home. aiid-jarvery strongly suspect that Mr. e Hurt will hold onto one of his most desirable purchases before many moons, as indications are that he will need it. Traveling men that come to our town always remark that we have a good '3, hotel. Yes, we have a good hotel, everything is kept in the best of con- 'ii dition and the service is indeed moat ! excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer have E3 So cot.ducted the business as to elicit the admiration of all, in fact, all of the Zimnlers have a way that just suits us, B and long may their place continue head quarter for hungry humanity. I m VERY LOWEST PRICES. HOUGHTON CARTS Si Si it eats No Such Place. Harness! Harness! Tell me, ye winged winds that around my pathway roar, do ye not know somr quiet spot where wives clean house no more; some lone, sequestered dale, some island, ocean girt, where life is not,one ceaseless war w r with cobwebs and dirt; where natures carpet spreads be i .it I LDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. neath their tired feet, and wretched men are near compelled its emerald folds to beat? The breeze fanned my heated face and said: "Beat on, there's no such place." Mast Fed Hogs Unpopular. arB'sitfiararBfiagflgUi ;0;ifsfgJsrgij TriiBnaiinfflBi Mast fed hogs are becoming a drug in the market and are not in demand at any price. Cincinnati commission men continue to urge stockmen against bny- do, NOW-TODA- I ing them and warn them if thej it will be at their own peril. Mast fed hogs are bringing at least $2. per hundred and oftentimes more than that, less than the market price, and if other stock can be obtained they will not sell at any pi ice. Real Estate Traders. Serenades Hse J. 3-- Insurance Commissioner Bell Exonerated. Real estate traders are becoming as numerous in Lancaster as horse swappers on jockev row on county court day. Several young men about town have formed partnership and are speculating in Lancaster dut. not as real es buying and tate dealers but as selling outright. Scarcely a week passes but that some deal is chronicled. It s an advantage to the community ns they buy property and then divide it up and dispose of it, thus enabling our citizens to secure building lots which were heretofore not on the market and were unobtainable. Better Clear Your Alley. OVER STOCKED ON shoes id bfhb FOR MEN. up-to-da- Receiving daily everything that is new and te in SHOES and OXFORDS. Tans7Fatent Leather7QunMetak 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 SUITS AND DRESSES Just received a line of White and Tub Dresses. We sell them for less than you can buy the goods and have them made. A look is all we ask. H. T. V.-C- .-' Loan Complaint has been made to the City Council that some of the alleys of the city are being blocked by people leaving wagons, vehicles and various other Unless kinds of obstacles in them. this is stopped at once the council will be compelled to take drastic measures in order to protect themselves. The blockading of the alleys is not only a menace to those who are compelled to travel them, but is also a menace to the city, for they are just as much responsible for an alley being blocadfd Are Excursions A Disatvantage. as for a street, and shouH some one Whether or not the Sunday excursion drive or fall over one of these obstructis an advantage or disadvantage is a ions alter night, the city would be liamooted question. They provide cheap ble for damage sustained. transportation, and enable many worthy people to visit friends, who under New Train Service Seems A Certainty. other circumstances would not be able The Lexington papers are strongly to do so. Upon the other hand, they also provide cheap transportation which of the opinion that the new train serenables our cooks and other help to vice over the L & N which was outlined spend their summer vacations in across in detail in a recent issue of the Rethe river cities, much to oiy discom- cord will be inaugurated in the near fort, and they also provide a way for future, and if it proves a success it the bringing of much contraband booze will be amplified. The new service if inaugurated would enable Lancaster into this otherwise desert country. people to leave Lancaster about 5 o'clock in the morning, have breakfast We Have Them All In Lancaster. on the train, reach Lexington about 7 You may talk of the purple haze of a. m. and returning reach home about vine-cla- d Italy, the hills of France, the 8:45 at night, being thus enabled to tints of the Emerald Isle, the quiet lanes spend the entire dav in Lexington. fragrant with their of England would go through to Lexingblossoming hedgerows, but if you are in The train ton without change and would then Lancaster, Ky. these days you can enjoy continue south to Knoxville as a fast them all and not leave your own yard. train. Such service would be very No country can boast a fresher green convenient and acceptable to citizens than our grass and foliage. The air is in this part of the state. merry with the songs of birds and odorous from the blossoming trees, Sidewalks At Last. trees of every hue blossoming and Sidewalks for which our people have bearing us a message of fruit for the so long wished seem to be about to beSummer. Most of the notices come a realty. Perhaps Chicken Mealing Will Cease. have been served and we have heard Ed Nathan Thomas a colored youth ofno one who has demurred to putting of about sixteen years was given a them down, nor do we believe that Heretofore there sentence of one year in School of anyone will do so. Reform in Judge Ford's court Saturday seems to have been a reluctance upon for chicken stealing. Several boys of a the part of some of our people to put similar age were iuvolved in the case, ting down walks because their neighbut the testimony was so vague as to bors were not putting them down, but all of them save Thomas that they now that the city has determined thati could not be convicted. Many of our all shall put down sidewalks, and no citizens have been missing their fowls favoritism is to be shown, we believe that all will do so cheerfully. of late and this youthful band of With the many beautiiul residences doubtless have been taking them lookout will be kept upon them which we already hava.on each street, A sharp and if they are caught at their tricks and many more that are to be built, not find it so easy to and with handsome concrete sidewalks again th&y-wil- l shift the responsibility to the shouldeis on every street, Lancaster will present of any one of the numbef, but the the prettiest appearance of any town of its size in Central Kentucky. entire gang will be sent ug."' The Franklin County Grand Jury which has been investigating the shortage in the Insurance Commissioner's office, which arose during the incumbency of Commissioner Bell, adjourned last week after making a report which contained the following words:- - "we do not think that anyone is implicated in the said shortage with the exception of Lee Hampton, formerly deputy commissioner, against whom indictments have already been returned." Hampton's home is in Harrodsburg. Greatest BARGAINS Ever Offered in Lancaster. My large warerooms on Stanford street and new store- room on Richmond street adjoining Opera House, are packed. They must be sold. Don't miss these bargains W. I J. HOMANS. ' Meats. Fresh and Salted, 1 Sirloin Steak at 18cts. I Porterhouse Steak at 18cts. Round Steak at 1.7cts. Chuck Steak at 5cts. Hamburger at 5cts. 1 Standard Rib at 5cts. Plug at 5cts, Rump at 5cts. Short Rib, rolled 5cts. Brisket at lOcts, Flank at Octs, Short Rib at lOcts. All our meats are from young home raised beaves. " 1 1 1 1 1 ROASTS. Davidson & Doty j If t Page 2 IFIE he JE The Central Record", Friday, April 25, 19,13.. 3E 3E DE 3G 3f!F1Ell 111 nnriP DC 3E DC 3E DC 0E Complete SHOE STOC q I; III I Our stock of Shoes for Men, Women and Children is complete m every respect and we consider that we have the best assortment we have ever had to offer at the ever popular price of $2.50 m 43.50 $5.00 Let Us Show You The New Shapes and Styles ' which we have selected for the Spring 1913 showing. ' " -j 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. Or Of J AS W. SMITH, HousenPiriF Quality DC DC DC DC 3F1E DC1C1CC1C DC1CJC which is For It Pays To Advertise. College Building About Ready Rev. J. Rockwell Smith Installed. An audience that filled every seat i Mr. Cecil's Horses To Be Here. exceedingly obnoxious to the Japs, is the Auditorium Theatre, at Danvili. Mr. James Granville Cecil of Dan- i Rev. J. Rockwell Smith was reMr. W. T. King noticed the adverOccupancy. making them "ineligible to citizenship" j greeted Dr. Lillian South, of tiie incorporated. Stat tisement in the Central Record, of a cently called by the congregation of Board of Health. Dr. in that state, and they are al&o making ville will bring to Lancaster next Mon South will b. $1.00 a yeak. Weekly. Mr. Raymond expects. to complets black silk skirt last week by Jennie the local Presbyterian church, was fahow" day, Issued court and "Ilone much clamor over thai. invited to lecture in Lancaster. How - the woodwork at the new school buil- - Gentry. He found it and brought it to installed as their pastor on Tuesday many will Hear We do not doubt the wibdom upon the day, his two splendid horses. Chimeill every se her: E. ROBINSON. Editor. evening. The exercises were in charge wood and Thistledoune. are ding this week, and the structure is this office asking no reward. j These J. part of the state of .California in tak 'of Dr. J. Q. A. McDowell as Aloderator, be taken as was in our neighboring ing such action in so far as their state two splendid animals and are attract- almost ready for occupancy. When R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Eld. Lucient Waggener of Danville citv. ing much attention and the horse lovers completed this will be one of the handJoin The Spring Cleaning Ranks. is concerned, for we have no doubt but delivering the charge to the minister Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., that thev have been sorelv tried hv the of Garrard county should not fail to somest, most modern and best equipped It is said the hobble skirt of Wpfe Mail Matter. The City Council has designated next Dr. J. A. Cheek to the congregation. design school buildings in the state. Workmen as Second-Clas- s little Yellow men, whom they doubtless ; Ket a look at them was worn in Egpt 4,000 yer-agTuesday as "Clean Up Day", and a Dr. McDowell delivered the sermon are now engaged in putting down A careful research is now beir Association consider as a menace to their state and School Census. Member Kentucky Press concrete walks through the grounds, genuine and thorough cleaning of the incident to the occasion, which was a made for the hieroglyphics to the entire west, but we do doubt the recordii i and to the streets, alleys and other property over ' very able one, much The enumerators are busily engaged which will add advisability of such a measure because the pert paragraphers remarks, as w ' which the city has jurisdiction is con- Eighth District Publishers League. attractiveness of the premises. as the knocking done by the street toat of the effect it would have on the in taking the school census of the A Correction. templated at that time, and all citizens diplomatic relations existing between county. The lists, when made out, will er. We are sure the men who livi i also expected to make a general Lancaster, Ky., April 25, 1913. We were incorrect in our statement 4,000 years ago liked women just lik the United States as a country and require the signature and approval of , (Janle And Fish Commission Plans To In are cleaning of their premises by or on in our issue of April 11th. that there the Japan, relations which it would doubtless the parents, and the patrons throughout Lord made them and that the rethat day and let the accumulation of was an agreement between the L & N marks will be found. crease Scope Of Operations And be inadvisable to sever. And the State the county are urged to give the Rates For Political Announcements Department are evidently taking the city's trash and filth be carted R. R. Co and the Anti Saloon League this enumerators all the assistance possible, away and the entire city be placed in of Kentucky whereby the latter should Usefulness. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 view of the matter, and deem it nrlvtshlp as the enumerators are required by law Bill Nye once said: "A man may as thoroughly a sanitary condition as secure an injunction in Cincinnati to or County Offices wart on the back of his neck for u t0 Proceed w'th caution. Secretary to have the lists in the office of the The days of the illegal sportsmen possible, The Board of Health has is- icnn William Bryan wired Gov. For State and District Offices collar button; ride on the back coach Johnson County Superintendent by May 1st. J. ," have passed, hereafter infringements sued warning notices to the citizens to restrain the shinnintr of intoxicants in .10 For Calls, per line to Kentucky, and that the L & N a train to save interest on his mew of California urging him to withhold of the game and fish laws are to be clean their premises, and if these .10 his signature For Cards, per line until the conductor comes around; stt would accopt the injunction. Flag For New School Building. The to the bill. Secretary prosecuted the same as other infringebe disregarded, there will be ror was due to our misunderstanding his watch at night to save the wear an in the interFor all publications Bryan's message is as follows:- Through the efforts of Mr. M. D. ment of other laws upon the statute re- - our jnformant, est of individuals or expreswho did not intend to tear; leave hi3 i's and t's without a do: 'Goverffor Hiram Johnson, Sacramen- Hughes, who is a never tiring friend books. The Kentucky Game & Fish an enforcement of the laws in that gard. Every citizen in the community convey such an idea. We cheerfully or a cross to save ink; pasture sion of individual views, per to California." of the cause of education, a splendid Commission in session last week plan10 line 's grave to save corn, but a raa: "The President desires me to say flag has been secured for the New ned renewed activity and a vast in- should join cheerfully in this movement make th;3 correction in justice to the 05 Obituaries, per line of this kind is a gentleman ami a scbo'- that while he fully recognizes the School Building. The flag is 6x12 feet crease of the scope of territory which as the health of the entire community nti Salonn Ltftunie. ar compared to that other "feHer' right of the people of California to in dimensions, is of the very best wool- - it would cover during the coming year, during the coming summer will depend upon the sanitary condition, who will take a newspaper ami when rjnan free Man. We are authorized to announce the legislate according to their judgment en bunting and is to swing from a pole The state is to divided into thirty war-- largely asked to pay Democratic on the subject of land tenure, he feels thirtv feet above the roof of the build- - den districts with three wardens for ami we ran ill nrfnrn rn rnlre fho rhnnpp following candidates for After a Clark county jury, sitting in postoflice and for it, put3 it back in tfae of an ppidemic of disease for the sake has it marked "refued". Nominations. it his duty to urge a recognition of the ing, and will prove a fitting ornament the and this number of the small amountnecessary tob e ex- - the fifth trial of Thomas F. Dolan, in international character of such legisla- for the handsome new structure. supplemented by individual county war-- pended in order to comply with the Lexington, had failed to agree. ComFor State Senator. A Rare Opportunity. tion." rlenc ....V. urivnte Wflwlonc .it io tJimifrlit ... am j.. ...... .....uv.ll.', monwealth's Attorney John R. Allen, 1.. ..WUf,..., laws of sanitation. ' "Being anxious to preserve CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. and will be able to bring about a cessation Meeting Continues To Attract Crowds. after a conference with the foreman of On account of other business enOf Boyle County. strengthen a long standing friendly of infringements of the laws, or at any the jury, during which he ascertained gagements of the owner, we can The protracted meeting in progress Pollard. relation existing between this counrate keep them down to the minimum. that they were hopelessly hung, moved and give possession of an ideal farm, For Representative. at the Methodist church in this city try and the nations of the Orient, he Preparations were also made for the Miss Ida Pollard died at the home of the court to dismiss Dolan and the at very low figures. It contains 1G5 very respectfully but most earnestly continues to draw large crowds, the reception of consignments of fish next a JOHN M. FARRA. relative in Indianapolis Ind, on the court dismissed him from custoday as acres of good land, lying well, 10 desires against the use of the words church being crowded to its capacity at month from the government for the 16th injt of R. MOUNT. J. acres in grass, situated on a good pike cardiac a3thma and her re- - we" as tne charge against him. some of the services, and on Sunday 'ineligible to citizenship." stocking of the streams. Dolan killed Patrick Mooney in the 4J miles from one county seat and o mains were brought to Lancaster for night many were turned away for want For County Judge. "He asks that you bring this view The revenue derived from gun licen- interment and were laid to rest beside lobby of the Leland hotel on April 20, miles from another. The residence i being to the attention of the Legislature. He of room. Much good is the her mother and father on last Saturday. 1911, and has been placed upon trial modern and up to date, having If ' ses has been adequate to maintain CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. believes the Senate bill as telegraphed accomplished, many souls beingbrought expense of the Commission and Ken-- 1 The deceased was JAMES A. BEAZLEY. born and raised in for h'3 1,fe five times ior h!a offense. rooms, heating plant, bath etc. There to the Department of State is greatly to Christ. tucky is to be one of the best patrolled Lancaster, the oldest daughter of the ' Mr- - A1p" was satisfied that a convic-lat- e are three large distillery warehouses on Rev. Johnson who contributes so much to be preferred. That bill limited For Sheriff. states in the Union and if the ComMr. and Mrs. JGeorge Pollard, the ' tion couId not ue nad and the continued the premises, the lumber in them beownership to citizens and to those to the services with his music, was mission continues its success, it will latter it will bdiremembered lost his life ; tnaIs were costing the state an enor- - ing worth not less than 2,000. The C. A. ROBINSON. who declared their intention to become called to his home in Crestwood Sunday soon be one of the best game states in improvements alone are worth half the while a member of the Lancaster police i mous amount of money. ASHBY ARNOLD. is back, and again to a funeral, but citizens. Garrard county is to have force during the anti blind tiger up-- 1 price of the farm, which reduces the ' the Union. W. L. LAWSON. taking part in the services, which will "(Signed) .... W. J. BRYAN." a warden to look after the fields and rising a few years ago at the hands of ' Republicans To Place County Ticket In land to a price far below anything now W. S. CARRIER. until Sunday night. continue at least streams of the county, and every William Humber, who wa3 sentenced being paid. The price is only, $12,500. r; ij sportsmen in the county should and to a term in the penetentiary for his ' or $92.60 per acre. The land is verj For County Attorney. Mr. J. P. Prather Announces For Police Interesting Decision. doubtless will gladly contribute to this deed, and was afterward pardoned. Come and let us show you ' The Republican County Committee fertile. G. B. SWINEBROAD. expense. In addition to this we will The Kentucky Court of Appeals has Miss Ida Pollard was a bright and of Garrard county has been requested this bargain. Possession at once or Judge. GREEN CLAY WALKER. decided that the county engineer must have the benefit of the wardens for the promising young girl, at the time of to meet in Lancaster on next Monday, January 1st 1914. Mr. James P. Prather expresses to be appointed by the County Judge, "by who are liable to drop.) her fathers death she was one of the county court day. and all republicans , We have on hand a number of good For Jailer. aad with the consent of the Fiscal the people of the city of Lancaster in at any time, and they will have the brightest students of the local High are invited to meet with them. The farms at the right prices. Court". The decision was made upon ' rugn mis issue oi me necora nis advantage of no one knowing their school; her mothers death from tuber-- , object of the meeting is to advise as to Hughes & Swinebroad. JACK ADAMS. identity. Besides this Mr. J. M. Bailey culosis quickly followed the demise of the personnel ot a county ticket this a case taken tin from Camnbell countv. deslre to become Police Judge. DAVE ROSS. Lancaster. Ky. Mr. Prather is well known to the of Boyle county, who is one of the her father, and upon Miss Ida devolved fa- - We have heard nothing definite Lancaster and a's to. ""& best in the state, will give his attention . cltizens For Assessor. Many Thanks. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE the care of the family of little children, as to the intentions of the progress- i W" the a trust which she faithfully tried to ives but Jt seems t0 be Eenerally DAVE C. SANDERS. A gentleman from Lancaster tells I? ! Money Back for any case of ng counties He fa a E. B. RAY. sister died shortly understood that they will place a full I Xown execute. Anothersame dread disease, ticket in the fleId' and this with the (Rheumatism, Neuralgia : afterward of the ot Headache thai J. B. COLLIER. o j i i ne anouiu succeeu in ins uenire to uon W. L. HUFFMAN. slim. We must believe, however, that , the ermine, he would doubtless deal around our game and fish, it appears and the family then became disrupted, ticket wh!ch the Democrats will as a Solace Fails To Remove. j all will work out right and a fair be out justice in an even handed and im- to us that it would be foolish for any- Miss Ida taking the two younger- - chil- - matter of course put out, will mrke one to attempt to violate the law, and dren and going to Indianapolis. She hree tickets on the ballot at.the corn-h- ! SOLACE i For School Superintendant. held. The people of good old Garrard partial manner, with "malice toward REMEDY is a recent medi-- i ' if they do, they will face the many relatives in Garrard county i ,d elections. have a wide and enviable reputation on none and charity for all." cal discovery of three German Scien-- ! MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. almost inevitable certainty of being and a host of friends in Lancaster who their Fairs, and we'll wager a ginger tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals Mr. Prather has lived in Garrard mourn the ending of a commendable Candidates For City Offices Not To Go In j and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to cake that one is held, and it will be a county the greater part of his life, and caught in the act. For Magistrate. struggle against adverse circumstances. good one, too. Messenger. j take, and will not affect Primary the weakest for the last five or six years has been 1st District. , stomach. Real People Not Fairies. a resident and tax payer of the city Under the new election law candidates JOHN N. WHITE. Summer Capital. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food GoodNatured Rivalry. of Lancaster, his interests are here, he ,for dty officeSf Police Judge City and Drugs Law to be absolutely free WALTON E. MOSS. Most of our contemporaries say it is has the welfare of the community at Woodrow Wilson President has SHIPTONH. ESTES. absurd to pay serious attention to the At the present time there seems to . Councilmen etc. in cities of the fifth from opiates or harmful drugs of any taken the beautiful home of Mr. and heart, and if elected we have no doubt j stories of DAVIS SUTTON. demonstrabe a good natured rivalry between and sixth class, Lancaster being in the description Mrs. Winston Churchill, near Cornise, but that he would make an efflcent of- - tions in Tokio, and the demand for towns of respectable propotions to ' fiffVi rhn An nnf win tinrloi trifk ?AirtA 2nd District SOLACE is a pure specific in every N. H., and will make it the summer ficer. war. In fact, the average American make "OUR TOWN" a good place to of some political party, are not required way, and has been proven beyond quesCHARLES C. BECKER. Capital, according to Mrs. Churchill, citizen regards the Japanese in about live in. On every hand can be found to enter the primary election to be held tion to be the surest and quickest remTAYLOR T. BURDETT. Stanley Speaks At Nicholasville. who is in Santa Barbara, Cal. She has the same way that he regards fairies, evidence of this commendable spirit in August. Their names will be placed edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to LOGAN ISON. directed E. F. Roberts, manager of the Congressman A. O. Stanley had made and the likelihood of any real danger being fostered in our midst. There is upon the ballots at the regular November medical science, no matter how long Churchill estate of several' hundred an appointment to make the opening to us from the Japanese Empire seems no room for doubt but that "OUR election by petition, and under a device standing. It reaches and removes the We are authorized to announce the acres, to prepare the house for the speech in the senatorial compaign last as improbable to him as danger from TOWN", with the united efforts of its of their own choosing. root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and following candidates for city offices. occupany next summer of the President Monday, county court day at Nicholas- Jack the Giant Killer, and not so great enterprising citizens, can greatly inWe are carrying this week the purifies the blood. and his household. ville. before the resolution of congress o'r so probable as danger from Jack crease in business and enhance the announcement of two candidates for For Police Judge. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek providing for the election of U. S. Sen- Frost. value of property. Everything indi- Police Judge of the city of Lancaster, are the Sole U. S. Agents and have Judge . W. Harris Announces. E. W. HARRIS. ators by direct vote of the people had In the meantime these little fairies cates a forward movement. Our ex- and the above provision will apply to thousands of voluntary testimonial letJ. P. PRATHER. In this issue of the Record will be been ratified by a number of states are building huge ships, buying big cellent school and churches together them. ters which have been received from found the annojneement of Judge E. sufficient to make the resolution a part guns, fitting out her cavalry with real with the high standard of morality grateful people SOLACE has restored Mr. Stanley is horses, learning all the ways of modern that exists is inducing many to look Jay W. Harlan For The Legislature In to health. Testimonial letters, literto the office of the constitution. This country is again threatened by W. Harris for ature and FREE BOX sent upon the "Yellow peril". The legislature of of Police Judge of the city of Lancas- very popular in Jessamine county and warfare as well as planing her finances this way with a view of locating, and Boyle. and he was greeted by a large crowd of on a sure footing. as they are thinking and talking of California has enacted what is known ter. as an "Alien Land Bill", which is Judge Harris for the past several enthusiastic admirers. When the hour A young nation with a big military coming here let us give them words of Hon. Jay W. Harlan has announced R. Lee Morris, president of the First intended to prevent the ownership of years has graced the bench of the city for speaking came he stated to the establishment that it has never tried is encouragment and a hearty welcome to his candidacy for the democratic nomi- National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: land in the state of California by Jap- court, and his services have given audiance that the senatorial primary like the small boy with a new gun, it this goodly land of peace and abun- nation tor the legislature subject to the "I want you to send a box of Solace Mr, anese. This measure has roused the universal satisfaction to the citizens of had been deferred by reason of the wants to kill something. Until we dance. Let us unite our industry, in- action of the August primary. amendment to the Federal constitution either entirely abandon or properly telligence and capital in a common Harlan is one of Boyle County's most to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for ire of the small gentlemen across the the city, and to the unfortunates who He has taken which I enclose ?1. This remedy has pond, who are making threats of dire have had to appear before him, he at all until August 1914 and the appointment garrison the Philippines and as lung as cause for the good of our town. The promising attorneys. was made when every one thought that California desires to prevent the es- way to build up a community is for Ligh rank as a member of the bar and been used by some friends of mine revenge upon this country for what times tempering his judgments with they consider a drastic measure upon mercy.- - Mr. Harris bears the distinction the contest would be settled the coming tablishment of an Asiatic colony with- every person in it, who can, to put ha3 been very successful in the brief here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R. L. Morris. , the most of having been in business on the Public August and that he thought best for in her borders that somebody might be some money into industries that give time that he has been practicing law. derful. the part of one of Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. the people employment, and push the The Democrats of Boyle County could rabid of the Japs going even so far as Square longer than any merchant in every one interested that he should U. S. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL to openly advocate the seizure by them Lancaster, and everyone can attest to not raise the issues at so early a date. California cannot be blamed, her industries to success. Work creates find no better material than this active AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY of the Philippines, one Japanese his straightforward and honest dealing After a short complimentary speech of reason for objecting to a permanent wealth, work is the vital power of young democrat to represent them in "No Special diplomat. Deputy Matsumara, threw during this long lapse of time. He is the precent Democratic administration colony can only be appreciated by prosperity. There are so many ways the next legislature. Mr. Harlan is TAKING SOLACE. JUST good lawyer, but he is an Treatment Schemes or Fees". caution to the wind and advocated the conscientious christian gentleman and at Washington he turned the crowd those who live there and really know to make a town grow. Nature has not only a showered upon us her choicest bless- unusually successful business man and SOLACE ALONE does the work. immediate dispatch of a fleet to should his'actions as a judicial officer in over to the local candidates for county the conditions. They today for the free box, etc. California to- - establish Japan on an the future be marked by the same suc- officers in Jessamine some of whom against the.little yellow man and it ings, and with perfect unity and effort just the kind of material to look after Write SOLACE REMEDY CO., cess as in the past, the community presented their claims to their will take progress and time to remove for the good of our common cause, the people's interest. Here is hoping equal footing in the United States. great will be the results. Battle Creek, Mich. that success may crown his ambition. them. Another clause, in the measure passed should ask for no better officer. The Central Record by the California legislature ' ' o. ' u-- a , state-at-larg- e, ' I . l! ' I state-at-larg- e, E "T "T" i SKM "Ion , as , -- st. have-suejudic- A i The Central Record, Friday, April 25, 1913. 'I!g.ft'.-)illM.gKyn Page 3 "flH ii IJij V'Ml'i'J I r-- SSSSSS&9&VSiiiS'S2E3ajES3SiSSSS3ESS3SSSSSSS II III) LI J -- i iv ctJsssitjiraiSi fc5 ?Vi?rtEiT-;uar.T.rm- 11a . iSSrs:SSZ2SAS?KSSS2cb?&baa I The A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO announces their grand opening Saturday, April I zs i $ Large I Don't forget the date. A souvenir will be given .to every one who attends this opening. crowds are expected so come early arid avoid the rush. We buy for five big stores and buy all goods in car load lots and in a great many cases take over the entire out put of the manufactory. This enables us to sell goods almost as cheap as the smaller A dollar spent in our store is equal to a dollar and a half spent in small stores. stores can buy them. $ Main Street. Danville, Kentucky, r aTTjSSTB7VXSrOTRi!v'lJ8.JE&'1 MHSSiir7TJ2L3rBliISlLBTBiLdW tr m. aj EimiLfli iwi wi ' firmcTivjjsrvxyTZBaijrsnjssjss?', MID i? L( coooeeoQcoeoeeoooooooo Subscribe for the Record. ,.I 7, 1 I IMS WWiidSiSUIUiJi They like to scrap in Mexico, hilltid Itj Tlie W oiiihii C Inb) g They like to give blow for blow. But fighters get tired now and then. So peace has broken out again. Count He With The Suffiagalles. Vomen la The Schools. A new Supply just in and up-to-da- te. F9 y Ot r 5 Lwmm&i'K&Ka m$&s&.&?&x&i fSWv .,... rotiiu'j' -ryoiicei ' ., kteiiscra Rt" 1 -- 'gsr Tl .... inorcra. poultry tcir.dy is" Mm ?Tr ide. CURES .. &MJ i Limoeniecu, koud, tanitersssa Diarrhoea and ail Diseases of Poultry ...... ICy.. .... KaCe Brrwl. tiys "I uir & 44 for yren and dank ll 0e best dropped down li.e bJl c a saping "One drop c! Recipe I lis the belt preventive 1 have ever uied." cKiclia Uli l'ie v. era and lelieves the chick i nsUuuly. Mfg. aad Cnsraatted fcy J. RobL Crume, Bardslowa, Ky. Price SOc at all Draists. SOLO DY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. Lancaster. Kentucky WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. FOR YOUR, PROPERTY'S SAKE- - Mastic Paint SPECS FY m ET EN YOUR CONTRACT THE BEST PAINTERS everywhere use it because it is a jl guaranteed paint vsA gives universal satisfaction. Covers more surface, treads easily, holds its color, wears and lasts longer tLn any other paint you can use. It's "Try? Kind Let us show you sowe fine color combinations and tell you all about the iron-claguarantee under which Mastic Paint is sold by us and backed by its makers the old reliable firm of rt Co., of Louisville, Ky. d Peaslee-Gaulbe- That Lasts" Forty years' reputation is the record behind Mastic Paint. The formula is on every can. You can easily apply it yourself if you haven't a painter to do it for you. Theie suiely is cause for women to I am with the suffragettes, f rejoice over the advance members, of I like the beautiful brunettes. . weaker sex, have made But then again I'm oer fond the Of others who aie real blond. j from the educational ranks to the highest administrative positions in the Arguments that are thick or thin public school system of the United Will seldom biing e editor in, j States. But almost any reason serves iJ There are now 495 women county When it abounds with lovely curves. ,, argument is good, A blue-eye- d linpj to the figures compiled by the Yet others are not misunderstood. bureau of education. This is nearly I like them all blonds and brunettes. double the number of ten years ago. Just count me with the suffragettes. And four States Colorado, Washington, Idaho and Wyoming have women Never Get A Lick Amiss. at the head of their school systems. In Danville has an organization known some of the States women appear "to as "Mother's Club," which is doing have almost a monopoly of the higher much good in school work. When we positions. The case of Wyoming is one to bring weie an uichin, there was also a moththe greatest joy to the feminine heart. er's club. It generally stood in the corner or lay on a convenient shelf, The State has a woman state and this club likewise accomplished tendent, a woman deputy State 13 of the 14 counties are much good, not only in school but other intendent, and kinds of work. Danville Messenger. s i directed educationally by women. In Montana, where there are 30 Keep The Jungle Law. counties, only one man is reported as holding the position of county superin Among the laws of the jungle is this: tendent. "The kill of the pack is the meat of The increase in of women the pack; county superintendents is most conYou must eat it where it lies, spicuous in the West, but is not con- And no one must carry away of that fined to that section New York remeat to his lair, or he dies." ports 42 women district superintendThe instinct of wild animals teaches ents, as against 12 school commissioners them that they must not allow garbage in 1900. in their caves. They keep their lairs Together with the advancement of clean. Primal man and individual man women in the administrative branch of seem to know and live this law. Howeducation has come a demand for ever, Plato tells us we can" only judge women on local school boards, and this men by their group actions, in other demand has been recognized in many words, we are judged by the town in communities. The following cities of which we live. A town is called a 100,000 population or over report one or clean town only when all the citizens more women on the school "board: New j We observe all sanitary legulations. York, Chicago, Cleveland, San Francismay not be able to prove just why or co, Milwaukee. Washington, Indianahow it is, but theie is no doubt but polis, Rochester, St. Paul, Denver, that communities do not thrive unless Columbus, Winchester, Grand Rapibs, Any they clean up after themselves. Cambridge and Fall River. Numerous ' other policy means a low standard of smaller municipalities have adopted living, and a low standard writes its the idea. in the ledger page as debits for ' record The important place assigned to all kinds of diseases. An unclean town women in American education has bc- -j is a town of low standards, and a town come so usual as to excite little com- of low standards is a town of high merit in this countrv; yet American death rates. This is the strongest arconditions in this respect are the re gument for cleanliness. If a town alverse ot those of most nations. It is t lows manure heaps.bverflowing garbage probably safe to say that in no other and accumulations of filth it is not a country in the world are there as many good place in which to live, a town women teachers proportionally as in where one fifth of the babies die defore the United States; in fact, men teach- 1 year of age is a town to which no ers greatly outnumber the women in family man of moderate means can afmost European counties. ford to live, for his doctor bills eat up his wages. Would that communities Before the 1 ballot vote willsession closes a secret would follow this instinct which bids us be taken, selecting the study in the Department of Literature "Be clean, for the strength of the anifor the coming year. Let every mem- mal is known by the gloss of his hide". ber of the club be thinking of this and Garrard Circuit Court. submit any program or plan of work Plaintiffs. Jonathan Creech's Heirs, they may desire. Billies To x - MS rT' n J!&$Al5iMSS3S& lmMi be better for town cr country buildings than a roofing taal won't hum won't leak that is lightning proof lasts as long as the bus'ding itse'f, and never needs repairs? Outright Metal ShLngles meet every one of these requirements. Beware of imitation? None genuine without the words " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." stamped on each shingle. For Sals Jj; What coulc'i t J Save Life First ! and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street' are not made homeless aid penniPhiladelphia, Pa. less. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's dela means the risk of feeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank S ( JttrRLL &? S3 I An added 1 J A BEAZLEY; Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. sVlk mv pleasure for smokers of cQw.e2tfLpt4 J m arJw I I S I Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. i 0 A indigestion causes heartburn, stomach, sour nervousness, Here is a smoke with the real, genuine tobacco taste that beats all artificial tastes. Every grain of it is pure, clean tobacco. Tucked into a pipe, or rolled into a cigarette, it makes a delightful smoke. If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made by Lisgetl & Myers at Durham, N. C, try it now. In addition to one and a ftfl ounces of fineVirgtaU and North Carolina leaf, with each 5c sack of Duke's Mixture you now get a book of cigarette papers free and I nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try E62 I A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable presents. There are shaving sets, jewelry, c t glass, baseballs, tennis racquets, talking machines, furniture, cameras, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family each of them well wortn saving the coupons for. As a special offer, r- - Hiedfeifs vegetable the liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. old.-reliabl- I VS.-NOT- ICE. &Mltf$ sk us or hjmclsome fllus. trated book on "Homes and How to Paint Them." It's Free. FRP"F IVLiEi I R. E. McRoberts & Son West Orangt, N. J will soon become Jonathan Creech's widow, et al, Defts. known as "Spotless Town" if Mrs. AH persons having claims against the Thomas A. Edison, wife of the wizard, estate of Jonathan Creech, deceased, I has her way, Mrs. Edison is president are hereby notified that I will sit at my of the West Orange Town Improve- office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning ment Association, and heads a com- April 15, 1913, and continuing from day mittee, which trie3 to keep the streets unto day to April 22, of the same year, clean. She discovered that the town to receive, hear proof on and audit j scavenger was not keeping the streets claims against the estate of Jonathan clean, and when he reported that he Creech and all persons holding claims could not do so until the residents quit against same are notified to have same throwing refuse into the streets, Mrs. properly proven as required by law and Edison went out to investigate. For file, and at the same time Ihe underseveral days she watched houses and signed will hear proof upon and report then appeared at the Council meeting the amount of advancements made by with a long list of the names and ad-- 1 Jonathan Creech," deceased, to his dresses of persons whom she said she children, and the said parties are heresaw throwing cans and refuse into the by notified to be present. Done by streets. As a result the Town Council order of Court at its March Term, 1913. ' ' has promised ,to get busy. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. ing March and April only, we will send our new illustrated cata logue of these presents FREE. postal. s WOm rasraJKAX ntTJll V Just send ns your name and address on a Cnfenj trtm DuU'lMixiurt may ttaisortedmntMtartfremHORSZ SHOE. J. T TfiiSLEY'3 NA- SJT Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Tliedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few 1 can eat without days, and now Try it. distress." Black-Draught, TURAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, coxmi frcm FOUR ROSES 10c-li-n imbUmfion). PICK PLUG CUT. Pffib! MONT CIGARETTES. CLIX ana etiur uk.Aiu.uu, usutd ty M, taxi or eoutom i 5 X Premium Dept. ST. LOUIS. MO. Insist on Thedford's -- . iri Page-- 4 EASY THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. GILL, J. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. EMBltr, Ass't Cashier. I. Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ii I i i B. P. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. ORGANIZED 18S3. Vice Preat. te Citizens CAPITAL; $50,000. W. 0. P.IGNEY, National Bank SURPLUS- $40,000. - OF LANCASTER, KY. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, Prompt Attention. Cummins, Miss DYSPEPSIA child of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cummins, Mr. J. II. Hamilton had a valuable horse to die last wejk. A Prescription That Is Simply Splendid is ill of measles. They begun building on the new Born, to the wife of Rev. J. E. For Men And Women. Roberts, a fine young daughter. The school house at Bethel last week. Away goes gas, fermentation and young lady has been christened Ruth. Mr. Ebb Bentley sold a fine brood after dinner distress five minutes after sow to Mr. Link Lakes price $50. Kidwell Bros., of Crab Orchard, Stomach Tablets. taking Mrs. Vilee Lear is visi ting her sister 70 hogs from Mr. J. H. ThompTake them regularly for a week or bought 15 days of May Mrs. Tom Rigsby of Rockcastle this more and Dyspepsia or Gastritis will son for delivery in first week. Stomach Tablets at $8. disappear. Miss Lillie Bea3ley of Flat Woods Miss Mary Wilson, of Crab Orchard the blood bv cleaning up the nurifv visited her cousin Miss Stella McQueary Stomach. That's why so many women will close a successful three months week. take them for Sick Headache, Nervous- term of subscription school at the Miss Ovealia Montgomery spent Satness and Sleeplessness. Masonic Hall. Friday next urday night aid Sunday with home folks Be sure and try them for a week. One of the most perverse, peevish at Mt Hebron. They will make you feel like a new and unreasonable young ideas in this person. They clear the skin, brighten Mr. Joe Campbell passed through here neck of the woods, has been heard cry the eye, and make you strong and ener- ing for last week with 15 head of cattle which "A striped stick of candy, its Stomach getic in every way. he gave $18 per head. the stripe licked off." will make you eat, sleep and Tablets Mr. J. I. Hamilton paid $200 for two Mr. Wm. Landgraf, the efficient Hereford bulls and sent out here last work better. R. E. MeRoberts & Son knows it, that's why he olfers money chairman of the Lincoln county Board week to be used on his ranch. back if they don't do you good. 50 cts. of Education, will be here Saturday at 10 A. M. to sell the Preachersville school house and lot. This school was BUCKKYK. once dubbed "Clay Bank College," by You never saw a beautiful woman one of its witty pupils. The structure who didn't have beautiful hair. The Mrs. B. Ray was in Nicholasville is brand new, built in 1909. charms of a beautiful woman lie in her Monday. Mr. J. H. Thompson's young Ogden-bur- g hair. Many women do not realize the Born to the wife of Floyd Ray a son filly foaled a fine colt last week. attractions they possess because they do April 20th. It is a nice Shetland, sired by the late not give proper attention to the hair. Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Hendren were in and lamented Dock Grey, and is almost The women of the "400" are famed Nicholasville, Monday. a perfect immage of its sire. Mr. for their beauty, not because their facial A. U. Miles has for sale three young Thompson will present it to his two features are superior to those of other little daughters, Misses Waday May women, but because they know how to jersey cows and calves. A A The Central Record, Friday, April 25, 1913. HAMILTOjn valley. at TO GET RID OF of theeldest Marie Little May $8. gi;gtelgiggig3fcS3 &?tl&KEE. Columbus Wag lid Are 100 Per Cent Efficient and Are lat 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 th. sand band, which ex tends well over the collar and prevents sand and grit from dropping to the bearing This means increase durability. So with all other parts of Columbu3 Wagons, Box, Box Bottom Centerboard, Boxbinder, Wear Irons, Grain Cieate, Double-tre- e, or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that lias 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. K -- A Be A Charming Woman. Becker, Ballard & 60. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. BHiHfl A J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S.L. Gibbs Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Lewis L. SURE SIGN We are sorry to say that Miss Cor delia Ray still remains very ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon were in Nicholasville, the first of the week. Misses Allene and Virginia Bourne were guests of Mrs. J. S. Gilbert last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were guests of Mrs. Lizzie Wilds at Nicholasville, Monday. Miss Ruth Ray has closed her school here on account of the serious illness of Inr sister Miss Cordellia Ray. and Iva Thompson.. Mr. W. F. ki MJwWm I r i. i n m i i t iw of service, reliability and nublic confidence all of which are neces sary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: te keep young by supplying vigor, lustre, Ballard now holds the and strength to the hair. Up to a few years ago PARISIAN championship belt for landing the biggest fish this season. He caught a Sage could hardly be obtained in Amerlarge blue cat Saturday night at the ica. But now this delightful hair re- "Fox Den Hole," near here on nict's Istorer can be had in every town in river, It weighed 18 pounds and was al America. R. E. McRoberts sells it in Lancaster for 50 cents a bottle, and good one. Mr. Ballard is an adept guarantees it to grow beautiful, the piscatorial pursuit as he is also to stop falling hair, eradiardent lover of the fox chase. cate dandruff. HERE AT HOME l?'xa&cfi&iMjvt The Leonard L. B. Shouse, Pres. LEXINGTON, - v! KENTUCKY. Hotel 60. Will Beasley, Mgr. MAIN STREET. UliYANTiSVlliLE Con- DEPOSITS. April 4.1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $72,273 60 April 4th, 191 1. $94,736.69. April 4th, 1913, $140,514.74. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company m&L .SMgM rMMMmMm(mM&h M. figfe 1 4 r Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders and little daughter of Nina have been guests of Mrs. Houston Gulley. Mr and Mrs. George Ray and children visited Mrs. Mary Dickerson at Richmond last week. Mr. and Mrs. Web Raney and little daughter Josephine of Lancaster were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Sunday. Our Sunday school here is increasing in number and interest, let all the parents come and bring their children. The school here has been given to Mr. Brown of Berea, we hope that all the children will get the benefit of the public school. Lamcaster Cilizens Gladly Testify and fidently Recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Mr. Charlev Deane is erecting a large In the heart of the shopping district. tobacco barn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis spent the Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Parsley's IiiiHerls Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all " eS- - IB (0, S2? 5 ?BBbBbBbHi The North Western Cow Boy. K ' flHflHBBBBBBHBBBHj DAKOTA JACK, DAYS KJBbBHk- - Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver; Stomach,',Ner-vousnes- s and male Diseases. FOR Fe- 45 TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Deafness, Burns, Stings T f or a JlIlllllClll Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. Pa"m CREME SOAP. J. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. iffiz. IBfrglBI m All on sale at i IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ii PSSaiflK'a IPS r- ABSOLUTELY ''MFAIIIH ' II i1"1! MM 4 ij' nnp pr nnp EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY 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 sen-icElegantly FcrnUhed Rooms with hot and The Cafe is In chvc of Experts and the Onr CI flf cold runnlne water and private rx.wu cuisine mu1 wmce is uiuicvlled. I.urojwansCTVioe, e toilet, per day prices are most moderate. out l "XOo but choice or club st. oui 1 Cft person I3eeantly Furnished Rooms with 1.JU Table d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Cflt Private Bath, per day "vfc 2:00 p. m.. per person...., $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Table d'dote dinner, from 6 0to CI AQ 8:00 p. m.. per person Large Sample Room with 4,3U p. m. to IdW . m. Katiukeller open froa Private Bath, perdsy..., Music by the Finest Orchestra In the City .?" Reservations should be made whenever pceslMe. ROBT. B. JONES. Manager. GEO. SCHENCK. Asa't Met. Hoctl. Pxrrns, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotil AnsLir (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Qa., under same management and ownership. week end with relatives in Jessamine. Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. testimony like the following that Mrs. Hogan Ballard is in Nicholas- Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from has placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so far ville for a visit with her mother, Mrs. 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. above competitors. When people right Elder. here at home raise their voice in praise Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. Little Miss Sara Frances Sellers of there is no room left for doubt. Read Logana, is visiting her grandmother, the public statement of a Lancaster Mrs. J. H. Deane. citizen. Mrs. Charley Deane and children C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, Ky,, says: "Nearly every visited her mother Mrs. Belle Davis, in spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as Jessamine last week to keep me in good health. Duiing the The many friends of Mr. Cleveland winter colds settle on my backaches Rose are delighted to see Mm out after and pains through m v kidneys. a several weeks' illness of Typhoid HAKKHBUK1'. told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and Fever. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our I used them. They stopped the pains Mr. Minor of the International HarJim Clark sold a horse to J. I. and my kidneys became normal." large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, taval-lier- s, Hamilton for $225.00J For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. vester Co. was here several days last Co., Buffalo, New York, week and sold quite a good deal of Mr. and Mrs. Hogue of Junction Foster-Milbur- n bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling machinery for the firm of Becker Balsole agents for the United States. City are the guest of her sister Mrs. J. Remember th name Doan's and lard & Co. Silver is excelled by none In the city. W. Swope. take no other. Mrs. Frank Campbell and daughter, Mr. B. K. Swope went to Middle-bur- g of Louisville, Mrs. Grinstead and Miss Monday to spend a few days with Help The Homeless. Katharine Grinstead, of Somerset were his daughter Mrs. Wilford Die. the guests of Mrs. J. C. Williams for a Mr. Robert Clark accompanied Dr. The Kentucky Children's Home Soci- few days last week. Kinnaird who was called to the bed- lety has a number of little children in 133-13- 3 LEXINGTON, KY. West Main St. side of Mr. Clarks parents Mr. and need of good homes. Mrs. George Halcomb of Hamilton is here for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Wm Clark of Jessamine county. They have more boys than girls but O, Mrs. Masjn Pollard was hostess at have children of both sexes from 3 to 9 She was one of the victims of the redinner Wednosday to a number of years of age. These children are to be cent flood. All her household furniture friends a delightful menu was served placed in the State of Kentucky in being destrojed and her home moved expressed themselves as having a good good Christian homes, where they will off the foundation. time. derive the advantages of education and The following from here attended the jRev. J. W. Mahan preached Sunday religious training. No one who live3 a Masonic Lodge in Lancaster Friday long distance from school need apply 03 night, Dr. W. B. Montgomery, Hogan morning from the text "he that shall be saved he that beleiveth our children must attend school regul- Ballard, C. C. Becker, W. H. Halcomb not shall be dammed" Sunday evening arly, nor do we place children where and Noah Marsee. They received Compounded according' to the Original & Exthey will not be sent to Sunday School another degree in Masonry. clusive Formulas & Recipes ot Charlie White-Moo- n, "Song" Herbalist, for the treatment The Cow-bo- y At a business meeting in March the and church. of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. If any of the readers of this paper News was received here Saturday of church appointed Rev. J. W. Mahan i the birth of twin boys to Mrs. John the Thousands of Testimonials. and D. S. Swope to draft the following can give such a home to a child, we Johnson, of Nicholasville. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. This is the hope they will write to the Kentucky CHARLIE WHITE-MOOresolutions which were adopted April man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Children's Home Society, 108C Baxter second set of twins in the home. Mrs. Tie Cowtoj HaUL'st 19th, 1913. Johnson was formerly Miss Mattie Ave, Louisville, Ky and get particulars. ORIGINATOR OP CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N A little fellow a "primary" of the Bower of this place and is remembered S CHEKcME 11DUX REWEOIES S. S. returned home from Sunday Civic reform must be a matter of as one of Garrard's handsomest young 3731 Vest Broadway Louisville, Kentucky I i. SCIENCE SOPE school recently and said; "what do you continous and striving. women. ceasless t' think aunt K. my teacher did not know Civic righteousness is not to be achiev her lesson this morning for she had to ed by spasms, or paroxyisms of civic We certainly miss the daily trip3 of "The Titanic" through our little town. ask me who Jacob's brother was." wrath. It is something to be thought It was one of the greatest conveniences g;;rgIafrgJlrSJ 'M .fiTrlMrMrrii Another 01 our beloved has taught a of and fought for every day in the year. we have ever had for transportation good fight has kept the faith and has and we deplore the fact that it was not There is the story of an Irishman who gone to his reward. On Saturday even successful enough financially for the ing Feb, 22 Brother Colby M. Jenkins fell off a very high building. As he owner, Mr. Thomas, to continue to run died of appoplexy at his home at Bry- - passed the tenth story in his downwarn it trom Lancaster to Nicholasville for antsville, Ky. The end was unexpect- flight, he said to a friead at the window, an indefinite period and that it had to ed and was indeed a severe shock to "Well I'm all right yet." Some of the be discontinued. his family church and community at aspirants for government jobs around Friends here of Mr. Dan King, brothlarge, he served his church and Sunday here seem to feel the same way. "Hope springs eternal in the Jiuman er of Mrs. J. C. Williams were very school faithfully for many years, filling much grieved to hear of his death nobly the office of deacon and teacher. breast". which occured in Louisville, Friday, He was very much devoted to Forks April utn. ine interment being in Tis Spring. church and was one of her pillars of Harrodsburg the following Sunday af support, he attended all of her church via 'Tis Spring! I know it by the way ternoon. Mr. King had been in bad services and prayed for her prosperity I long to sit and rest all day, health for several months and his death and contributed to every phase of I know it by the chorus which had been expected for some time. He church work therefore, be it resolved Sounds forth from every bog and ditch; was well known and very popular here that our heads and hearts are bowed in I hear the robin caroling; where he had frequently visited Mr. sorrow at the loss of our beloved broth"Tis spring!" Premier Carrier To The South. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. er, that we shall greatly miss him, his presence, his kindness, his courtesy and 'Tis spring! The green is in the bud; Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estabjoy of his companionship. That we ex Old people take things for their blood; lished between Danville and Louisville which will afford End tend to his bereaved family our heart The garden claims the gardener's care. Only One Way to patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addifelt synpathy in this their hour of trial, And marble players everywhere " Catarrh tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. Signed j J. W. Mahan, Are getting soiled and bickering D. S. Swope, "Tis spring! Reach the raw, tender, inflamed SCHEDULE. with Catarrh membrance infested 'Tis spring! I know it by the way destroy them. RETURNING. germs, and GOING. The frog emits his plaintive lay; PKEA.UHEIISVILLE. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m You can t reach the nooks and Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. I know it by the caus.es which " (4th ave cros'ng) 455 p.m Lv with liquid preparations there is Lv Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Impel the cuticle to itch Mr. J. J. Thompson is reported as Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m only one way breathe the germ de Lv Talmage 8:08 a. m. Where stickily my flannels cling being quite sick. 6:48 p. m Ar McBrayer stroying air of Booth's HYOMEI (pro Lv Vanarsdale 8:13 a m 'Tis spring! 6:56 p. m directly over the Ar Salvisa Lv Salvisa 8:16 a. m. nounce it High-o-mMr. William Elmore continues in a 7:02 p. m Ar Vanarsdale very precarious condition. inflamed and germ infested membrane, Lv McBrayer 854 a m. Notice. 7:08 p. m Ar Talmage Lv Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. HYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine Mr. Elias Griffin, of Griffin Station Ar Harrodsburg 758 p. m Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. Lancaster Ky April the 18 1913 the or other harmful drugs, it is a balsamic lost a good mare by death. (4th Ave Crossing) Honorable A. D. Ford Judge of the air made of Australian eucalyptus, thyMr. Mathew Kigsby bought a pony 7:45 p. m Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville Garrard County Court and J. E. Robin- mol, and some Listerian antiseptics. It from Mr. Tom Naylor for $70. son County Attorney for said County is euaranteed to end the misery of Rev. E. B. English was here in his are hereby notified This Train Makes all Local Stops. that I Allen Jones Catarrh and Croup ormoneyback. It's pulpit last Saturday and Sunday. ' fine for Colds and Coughs. will on the Meeting of the Prison Mr. J. H. Thompson sold a Jersy cow Commissioners for the Month of May Ask R. E. McRoberts & Son about y to Mr. M. M. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, 1913 make application to said Board fpr Booth's HYOMEI outfit it is 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. for $69. and they guarantee it. only $1.00 a parole. & Jones bought 65 hogs of Mn Extra bottles, if later needed, 50 cents. Jones. Allen Cress !jgIlfgIlpMrgJBrMi? Just breathe it no stomach dosing. F. L. Thompson for delivery last half By R. H. Tomlihson, Atty. It is JEWELRY VICTOR, BOGftERT CO. th GOD'S MEDICINES COSI-CEL-SA- N Mrs. V. a "SIlJrlllJfllMIIiMMJcl ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. Danville s Louisville Southern Railway e) ' to-da- g B.H. TODD, Dist. Pass. Agt -- : W. . ., The Central Record, Friday, April 25, 1913. P,age. Si BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol DarV 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Record 2:29M, Trial 2:1454. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:2754. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1906. 18. 2:27. ( Alcyone S:re of CO, dams of 65. ( Nooiidny B St Elmo 27'i. Oreat Brood Mare, i norrv'lay-ls.2:S'J.- Silent She Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam baby fMoko21S7 yi re ol Brenna lorke 2:04jf. Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 Ferno 2:05.J. Xattve Belle (S) 2:M'. Claro .. . 3rd dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. Sliver Silk (4) 2:0S4. Dim of I.ula Watts (2) MonrlcoO) 2:0;', Susfe Blencber 2tfBtt. 2S7!J. Grey Eagle Wilkes Nutwood 8000, K. (S2:09Ji.etc. tr. 21:7: out of a half ( Sire of Carl Wilkes 2:04. sWier to Silent Brook (.BettvClav Jenny Clay. .. . . 2:l!f. Half Klater tn Silent ( By Harry Clay 45. Dam oi buent nrooK Brook 2:lV.RddIe Clay 2:I6K. Keddie Clay 4 f4Sr2S!faod Mlly Clay 2r25i, etc. of True 231)4. dam Silent Brook 19769, 2:16J. sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:061, Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old. 16 Shawbay 2:07J. Zarrine 2r07J, Betty Brook 2:093, Emma Brook 2:091, Lady hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10.Margaret Bathgate Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07J, etc. His dam, Jenny (4) 2:111. etc. 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:25J, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. 2:10ittc. ShawbHy'J?7K. Meadow Brook SaW. Kmina Zarrlne Brook 2:01, Lady Bellbrook 2)7',. l7o3 Hlrnf nillv Hurt S.OI'i, BrooV 1 light 2:0.f4. UrigbtllKht uaric iiks i?X. 2:09$. etc. -- :vj ) Vat pa (.Jenny C Great brood marc : Nteht .SS8 Sire of 24. iuc 7, Cane Preston 1G Search Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, hands high 81ro of 4. dams of 00. (Nor viood Belle rtv Nurnood 522. Baron Wllkea 4758. 2:18 Sire of 12 In 2:10. etc. Qneen Ethel By Stratbmore 408. Dam of Bumps 2:033 $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. 22. HIGH CLOUD 3334. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:051 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08J (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:041, Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:06J (champion (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, ner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:081, Susie N. Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2S)1 (cnampion irouing siamoii.i vnu w 2K)9i. Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:13J, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:lo, etc Bleucher 46158, record 2:291, trial mile 2:141, half in 1:06, last quarter in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the grr at 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 It certainly looks like very little training and most of that by an amateur this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's'breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 1718, one of the two great chief sires. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. 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 lien 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 these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. acci-ciden- ts The Greatest Percheron Stallion in the State. Voltaire is perfect in conformation, is a blood bay and weighs about 1900 pounds. Draft horses 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 mares. Voltaire is just what you want to cross with your grade end draft mares. 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. W. O. Walker, I offer for public service during Stanford, Kv AT BELLEVUE FARM. Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. This great voung Peavine stallion, will make the season at Nevin Carter's, one mile from Stanford on th? 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 later. the Season of 1913, by the show record in the J. N. CARTER, Stanford, Ky. AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first, 25 championships, 2 grand championships past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:58 Bingen 2:06 4. PEAVINE FARM LANCASTER. KY. Todd 2:14 3. The Todds Always Sell. They Mature Early. $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for $28,000. Baden sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of 515,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. Boyle County, raised Todd SBBSBSSBS WmfiwBmPI Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd. 2:143. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America, All Record 2:071. Brown horse, i5.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD $30.00 2, $40. To Insure a Living Colt. Eufala, Ala. vine 46793. TO INSURE. 4, 2, 3-- 4, 1-- mBBSKSSw Kentucky's Choice 3765 by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass 2.04 Al Stanley 2 08 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc Dictator Todd 2.08 etc., son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 etc.) 2.10 ,... .. . by Golden Slope.12434 ldam GolJen Ready Golden Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc, and dams of Mat- tie Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A. McKnight, 2.20 Todd SU112.23, etc. Silence 2.21 , by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 220 4 and Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 Brock etc Sire of the dams of Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 etc. He was out of the Eoline 2.14 famous mare, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 Golden etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver 2.10, Momento 2.19 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, O. M. C. 2.10 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 Henrietta 2.24 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 4, 4, 2, 2, 4, 4, 3-- 4, 1-3-1-- 2, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 1-1-3-1-1-- 4, 2-3-- 4, 1-3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-1-- 4. 1-1-- 4, 1-1-1-1-- 4, 1-- 4, 2, 1-- 4, 1-- 4, 4, 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 Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. Danville, Kentucky. Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. Bex Helta 5404 Hill Squirrel. A beautiful etc 4 dam Mav Steers Dam of May Bird 2.21 by John C. Fremont Son of Long Island Black Hawk, 4136. The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great GARRARD PEAYINE. Bire as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires hav6 to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. Will also make the season of 1913, at E. F. Geers. my place at $10.00 to insure a living colt. He is a fine young three year old Sired by with fine style and action. P- - O. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Phone 523. Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and 1913 at my Will make the season of excellent carriage. stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red Squirrel. tie will make season of 1913 at my REX HELTON 3404, sired by Rex Livery and Sale stable on Stanford Peavine 1796. 1st dam by Maud Helton stand ALL PEAVINE. R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney,Ky. CORN. 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 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 $20. street at $10. to Insure Living Colt. miM'mmmmU'iimmBmwmmm SEED DON VERRICL ft Diamond Dick. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and a good imdividual, 48 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the season at 510.00 to insure a living colt. Sire, Black Button one of the highest acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam wnue ceisy me nnesr. sadale pony in Kentucky. Also at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack. 1 1 1 m I Will make the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Va JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05 (who 6330. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. race record on .Grand Circnit 1812. brother of Both McGregor 3.08 a Grand winner of 1913. Son ol Jay McGregor 2.07?who recently 'old for fifteen thoasand dollars ($15,000 00) for export to Russia, snd who Baldy McGregor 2.CX who sold atanction February 4th. In New York City for sixteen tired a dangh. thousand dollars (1G.O00.W) for export to Austria, His dam is Baroness Sibyl 2.25 ter of Baron Wilkes. A great many people consider Chimewood the handsomest trotting stallion living; son of High wood 2J2l4 and Chime of Bells by Mam- brinoKlng. His first fire dams are In great brood mars list. Uncle 8".m's Commission of f our men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Husbandry of the United StateSjOffered his limit, three thousand dollars (8.000 JO) cash for Chimewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This sTTrell.as other of fers have been refused. This is the time to patronize these horses. For 1813 terms and full information and the Address, place. REID. A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 15J hands high, sired by Billy Keen, by Tom Keen, of Joe dam a show Jennet Blackburn. This is a large fine Jack with the best of shape, fine and general make up and will stand at $10.00 to Insure. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or bred to other stock without permission. by-4L- son Thistle Donne 2:09 14 S Young John Morgan 3705 Young John Morgan 3705 was sired by old John Morgan and was out of an imported registered Jennet He will make the season of 1913 at 1 I u sold for 525.000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 254 Vz, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:15 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, Winchester 2:193, Miss XA $.2:30. it S Dop Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06H, and sold fqr a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place my big 15 hand Jack at stand Chiraewood 2:19 14 $10. to Insure Living Colt v JAMES Lien retained on all colts for the season money. Care taken toprevent accidents but not responsible should any occur season due when mare is traded or parted with $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. I 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. GRANVILLE-CECI- L. Farm 3Ji miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsbnrg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 133 Danville, Ey. $25.00 to Insure a. living colt for Each Horse. MARK GOINS, J. T. Raineyr Kentucky. Marksbury, Lancaster Ky. LOGAN HUBBLE. variety at $1.25 per bushel Order now so as to get it before the rush comes. 4-- t. i i? VVi jm1! Page 6 r1 --'- 1 1 mm . '' .The Central Record, Friday, April 25, 1913, ' ' ' " The Best That Can Be Built Full Leather Tops, Rubber Tires, $15 less if Steel tires are wanted and $5. added if close tops are wanted. All 1913 Buggies built on Arnold's Patent Re-inforc- ed Inside Double Reach wtaa Gear. Vi .; Remember we make a specialty of Carriage Trimming, Painting and Repairing at popular prices. We appreciate your business. - - mmm'mm m-- k. h mmm mmmmM m r - ck. mm i rirmi ubu. m - .mb &fvj . mmmmm. mmmmm jBjssaB bowss. " jhs?. wtjf9mae - me k m. "isa n Ta I.' ra .3 iiihi ubii k. -ji I 'll ;?.-- .. 5 .... I President Bible Of Kentucky Manufacturers ST No. 4724. Sire, Dignity Dare Dam, On Time mare. Association Tells Seme Deplorable But Undeniable Truths. Standard Time is a black horse 16 hands. 1 inch high, with a matter. head and neck seldom eqvalled on any horse. Won several blue ties He is now saddling nicely. If! young men in harness class when ( three-year-ol- the Kentucky Manufacturers Association held at the Henry Watterson Hotel in Louisville last week, President John Franklin Bible of Hopkinsville Ky. who presided, in his address to the assembled delegates presented some truths in regard to the condition j prevailing in the state, which are undeniable and very much to be deplored, and are a great draw back to the commercial growth of the state. We reproduce Mr. Bible's remarks below, which should put every Kentucky business man to thinking over the o.ooo At a meeting of ' this will never be the case. I want to see mutual confidence and friendship between the people and the transpor tation companies, but this will never exist as long as the transportation companies invade politics and control legislation. The time was when the people knew little of their rights from transportation companies, but that day has passed. The people know their rights today, and they also know about as much about the transportation com- -' panies as do the officials of these properties themselves. The day has passed when public utility companies can conduct their affairs in secrecy. d The people demand an game, played on top of the table, with an honest deck and no cards up the open-hande- ir V SA3i. ..' timid PiMea iaj.i n inn i n m ii euieuM Biu-' L WW.. MBZW Jr pl p 4 r I ri To WftTu entkiansvejn sleeve." Patrons Of S p GOING AFTER THE d. you arc looking for size, style, action horse, you shonld see Standard Time lhey possess the natural spirit of en month. make the season at my farm three miles from Danville on Stanford terprise, and their enthusiasm is First Grade Virginia Dudley, Marquickly developed. garet Elliott, Juanita Dunn, Maud pike at the low price of We must start some groat things in Davis, Cassie May Burnett. Kentucky. We are without a single Second Grade Paul Morrow, Julia go where they find greater) is but natural that thev From an average daily attendance of and bone and a fine combiucd woul( do thi3 Thaw young men be 307 I have the privilege of announcing come leaders wherever they locate. before booking your mares Will the following honor roll for the 7th, The Lancaster Graded School, 1 j i nruirress. It You reed want'iinj; to clean up" disinfect anil j arasitcs. L5CE. will do the work. I 8 "Such shipments mean Studebaker has the confidence of the farmer " Every year over one hundred thousand n vehicles are sold by Studebaker. Over a million Studebaker vehicles are always in use. Stop and think what that means. This enormous output means that Farmers the men who know depend upon Studebaker wagons to do their work. And a Studebaker wagon never fails. It is always ready to do a big day's work and to keep on doing it. There are thousands of Studebaker wagons that have been in service from 20 to 40 year3. horse-drive- m &E!ESQB.PKo.l DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE Wi ha e a special booklet on Ureases rf l'oul try. Call orwnte for tine. S t? R E $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Money due when mare foals or is parted with. W. Phone 133-- 3 S. Tewmey. rings. DANVILLE, KY. Don't Wait for the Wood to Show Before You Paint ! mmmmmmmWl' Postponing painting is like putting off payment of taxes. You are only piling up expense. The wise man paints often, so that there is always a protecting film of paint between his house and the elements. The more durable the paint, the less often this must be done. The most durable paint in the world is mmw Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) and Pure Linseed Oil. when mixed to suit the conditions of the wood. All god painters do it this way. Make sure that yours does it, too, and that be uses Dutch Boy white lead and linseed oil. Drop in at our store and get our "Painting Points? containing valuable suggestions on selecting color schemes for inside ind outside your home. C.C.&J.E.Stornies Subscribe for The Record. patented Joint has THAT the whole business of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at e stave these joints, a two-piec- eetfiatjointt 1 CS 9mm7jTfmmmmm WMymmmmmmT M& Vsff is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We hare a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. WmmW!mmWEmmm& W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. electric interurban railway of moment, May Walker, Eugenia Dunlap, Margie while the States to the north of us are Montgomery, Henry Cox, Luther Pol" simply net works of these electric lett, Susie Middleton. roads. Where on all the earth is there Third Grade-Ja- ne Haselden, Ruth a more ideal conntry for electric Taylor. roads than Central Kentucky, with its Fourth Grade Henry Moore. cities so close together? Fifth Grade Mary Brown, Earl No public utility company ever gave j ennini T :.- to the people moie than the people de- Swinebroad, i sixth GradeGeorge manded. Transportation companies do apy DavJ3i Carn-Bee RomanS( eariy ev- noivoiuntan.y lower rates. Barneg DJckerson( Bowman' ery single life saving device now in use j Grant( Mu.garet Cook Bernice Champ( by the transportation companies was Clayton Morrow, William Kinnaird. installed only when compelled to do so Hudson Frisbie. j by law. ' Seventh Grade William B. West. , The question of equitable transpor- Mary Owsley, Mary Lee Lear, Val j j tation is the greatest question confront Cook, Mildred Beazley, Florence Ac-- 1 ing Kentucky and the entire South to-- 1 ton, James Siler, Gladys Frisbie. dav. Capital cannot be induced to lo- Eighth Grade Jennie Ray, Willi j cate anywhere in inland Kentucky until j ' Rice Amon, Harry Brown, Sallie Cox, there is a readjustment of freight rates. Anna Powell, Alice Rigney. There is no use to shut our eyes to this O'Neal Broadus, fact. It is indisputable. There is not Catherine Bourne, Bessie Austin. so much as the shadow of a doubt Ninth Grade-Charl- otte Pollitt, Ella about the absolute truth of this state- - May Rigsby, J. Wade Walker, Emmett ' . ment. Broadus, Earl Broadus, Homer Bland, "HOOKS PUT INTO US." Florence Johnson. If the Business Men's Association of Tenth Grade Jennie Cox. Hopkinsville should offer any one of Eleventh Grade Mary Holtzclaw, the larger concerns of the North a facBernie Lear, Patsy Kinnaird, Elizatory free and a million dollars bonus beth Collier. besides, none of these concerns would Twelfth Grade Frank Tinder, Mat-ti- e even consider it because our freight Adams. absolutely prohibitory on any rates are The school is running about normal article where the freight is a question now after the numerous attacks of for consideration. The hooks are put Wo rubeola, diphtheria, roseola, chickenlinln ne "n oimtn' onil o Ti!n' " P0X' HlUmpS, WhoOpingCOUgh. . ..... fnr K ,... ,. .. r,r tnn . hnnlincr ' tonsilitis and imaginitis. coal ten to twenty miles, while coal is j. l. Riley. hauled for 200 to 300 miles in other ' States for a less rate. What is true of i Hopkinsville is true universally of the Capital inland cities of Kentucky. seeks location of least resistance. This n is a fact to everyone who knows anything at all about industrial conditions. Garrard Circuit Court. Kentucky must be put on a compe-tiv- e Plaintiffs. basis with other States in the mat- Mary W. Estes, Heirs, VS. ter of both passenger and freight trans, portation rates. It is ridiculous to say Mary W Estes, Heirs & Creditors Deft. Pursuant to a judgment rendered that freight can be hauled cheaper herein at the March Term, 1913, the the Ohio river than it can undersigned Commissioner will sell at north of south of the river. Such claims are so public auction before the Court House ludicrous that they are not even laugh- door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on able. With rates from 40 to 50 per cent, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913, lower in the States north of us we it being the first day of the Garrard connot expect capital to come in for In- County Court term, the real estate vestment. mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, DEVELOPMENT IMPOSSIBLE. In Garrard County, Ky., on the waEvery student of transportation Long companies knows that it costs even ters of as lot Branchof and BackCreek, No. 6 known the Hall Andermore to maintain track, terminal and son land: Beginning at a white oak rolling stock in the North than it does stump on the Westside of Long Branch; in the South, and if the volume of thence following into and up said Branch with meanders S 45 W 56 business is greater in the North, this poles; thence its 7J W S 7J poles to a stake fact is due to the high rates pre- corner to No. 5; thence with the line of vailing in the South, which have No. 5 up a branch 70J W 41 poles to a made development impossible. The stake near the junction of two branch31J poles farms are not all on the river, and in es; thence N 9i Emarked as to a stake near a white oak a pointer, order that the country may properly corner to No. 5; thence N 88 E 74J poldevelop, the inland farmer must have es to the beginning, containing 13 an equal rate with his Northern acres 2 rods and 37 poles, be the same neighbor. This will stimulate agri more or less. of this sale is to The purpose settle cultural development, and when these the estate of Mary W. Estes and after lower rates are granted to the farmer paying debts for a distribution of the it will naturally follow that they will proceeds among the parties entitled to be granted to the manufacturers, and receive the same. TERMS. then, and not until then, will you see This sale will be made on a credit of Kentucky and the South bound for- six and twelve months and the purward like a weed, in the river bot- chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the tom in the warmf rainy springtime. Paradoxical as it may-eee- m, the purchase price due in six and twelve six transportation companies are not only months, bearing dateper cent interest per annum from until paid having doing the people, but themselves, the force and effect of a judgment upwhich execution may issue, payable greater injustice in not voluntarily on making these reductions. I want to to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner the see the people have a friendly feeling of be Garrard Circuit Court, and alien will reserved on the property sold for the transportation companies, but until the purchase money is paid. so long as the transportation compaW. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. 0. nies ignore the rights of the people R, H. Tomlinson, Att'y. j I I ) i REMcROBERTS & 3 v.t. e Son, Lancaster, Ky I SE3iscirrc3niT A StuJibakcr wagon 13 a real business assst. Wheels, bocfy. frame, axles and running gear been tested and rctcsted by experts. You can buy cheaper wagons but they're not Sladelakpii, nor will they last like Studebaker wagons. Whether in city, town or country, for business or pleasure, there is a StuJibaer vehicle to meet your requirements. Farm wagons, trucks, contractors' wagons, buggies, surreys, runabouts. carriages, business and delivery wagons each the best of its Eony Studebaker harness also, of every description. he See oar Dealer cr trrife us. , TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, STUDEBAKER IS XZ77 YOtK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO South Bend, Ind. E EENYZR KANSAS CITY DALLAS POtTLAND. ORE. SAN FRANCISCO SU.TLAKSCITY !i ) & ggwgrgggsawwa I I f ' i , ' I Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts &&&. c r .' PAJ'JZ im 'Siv'i2,TJ EJ3S-- - .1 Al.jit age!" $&$! "V J7"--. "Its the mechanical wonder of the You can't buy the Ford me- ,,, r. ' H.F.Hilleiimeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. well-know- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN. Mgr. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky chanical features in any other car at any price. That's one reason why you must get yours now if you want to drive "the mechanical wonder of the age" this season. "Everybody is driving a Ford" more than 200,000 in service. New prices runabout $525 touring car $600 town car $800 with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit Factory. Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled, Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. LEXINGTON. to-w- it; Pittsburgh Perfect" Fesice The Man Who Stands Still Doesn't Get Anywhere Make your farm better. Make your income from it bigger. Improvement .is progress. Progress leads to prosperity. Crop rotation,, live stock and small fields are making many farmers wealthy. Be one of them. But you will need fences, so""you can turn in your stock wherever you wish. Now choose your fences wisely, for years of satisfactory service. Choose "Pittsburgh Perfect", welded by electricity, for design, construction, strength, durability, true economy. No other fence gives as much for the money. fence-satisfacti- on Made In Different Style, for F1ELD.FAOM. RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN !?-.- -. -- vey RrtJ f"!linf9inWrl 'a Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" tnd insist en his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade yea that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write u direct. "Pittoburch Perfect" Brandt of BubedWure; If you are interested In Wire Fencing, writa Bright, Annealed &. Gahranized Wire; Twitted Cable Wire: Hard Spring Ceil Wire; Fence for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Staples; Nail Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pitt, burgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL ililrsWb Pittsburgh Steel Co. I ? 7 "SB a. - ,V- - The Central Record, Friday, April 25, 1913. iWi ( 1,1 Page 7 ii It We are going to urge you to take advantage of to see the most complete Spring lines of the opportunity . I I i I I rrsv I brought' to Lancaster. Newest shades and Material in Wash Fabrics, Weaves in Woolens, Styles and Cuts in Ladies- Suits, Coats and Dresses, shapes and leathers in Oxfords, designs in Rugs and Carpets. Give us a look in all departments before buying, it will be of mutual benefit. jaaiacgagMiMBgiMBaaaMBi m szauauv'KbtrrJTXsrssKi.-M'MaiissnwMrs- Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes and Notions that have ever been f ) I I ft it The Joseph Mercantile Style Leaders. &L 9 t The Square Deal House. I I fi) I C2i3 JoliO Deere One and Corn Two-Horse. Planters. :'ckwp About ! People NgNgvj the ComIn Goings Ly Those j I F John Deere Disc and Drag Harrows, Cultivators, Etc. Camplete line of John Deere Implements. The line of Quality. Prices right. .Quality Considered. s A Brief Mention of Vi and Are Interested In. Mr. T. K. Watson, was a visitor in Crab Orchard Sunday. Mrs. W. Ii. Mai-oana daughter Miss Sue Shelby were vi.iitors in Danville n J. B. MOUNT, SON & Monday. Charles Kumble and Shirley Wilson of Richmond were visitors in Lancaster Saturday. Dr. T. J. Evans and Mrs. Evans of MidS!esboro have been recent guests of Miss Lentiie Moss. lecto: i siJse i i TMs for Ecseiii I'r 1 :n 1 no I -ai ali-- t e M ition The " !on n lr.ust b i'i.r J tliin igh th n. t to w.it ml out, jirvl so Tii" serins l l'.i'.p lo:. n fuiimi worth-Ic.-- -. Ktlc Tlio ni--- t na "vaneetl ji!ij Molans of this country are now osreeil on this, and pretcriit.i.i, a. wish of wintei preen. thMiiol anJ olli.r n -- ie;.nts foi tc7em.i e: . r. nan- si ir. : Tit i ot of Health,, r-- i nf nrd all other skin Is InoTP as fur Eczema. D.D.D. This Prescription com-poi:n- cl !! litres the well l.nown s Miss Annie Roystonof Chicago is here tt.uos: ' I am conuncul til. t the for a visit with her parents Mr. and 1' U.l' is a- - tut.cli a i ectlu Mrs. James A. Royston. for t - ma as 'luliuite fur mnl.ir:a. have pre.1! ihni5 the I ii itrmeily j ,ns" It will tal.e away the itch Mrs. Thomas Yantis and daughter the instant you apply It. In fact, we are so pure of what D.D.P Miss A.lie have been visiting Mrs. W. will do jira that we w ill he s!.V A. Carson of Stanford. von have a $1 hottle on otir to ti at it will cost you nothing up Mrs. James House and little son less you find that it does the woi!v. lr 1 lt f-- cuai-nnte- e R. E. McRoberts & Son. James are at home from a visit to Louisville and Lexington. Miss Ida Rhinoheart of Louisville was here Sunday the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Arnold. We Write Anv Kind of Mrs. Jesse Arnold has returned to her home in Frankfort after a visit to her mother Mrs. Ella Bettis. i Office at National Bank. Mesdames E. V. Harris and W. D. Walker were in Stanford last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris. Miss Sue Shelby Mason will leave this week for a visit to her sister Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes in Hillsboro Ohio. BEAZLEY )(.;& G fTi -- Sz Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, COLLIER Ky. Phone 27. The many friends of Mrs Maria Kir; by who has had such an extended siege of illness will be glad to know that she is now improving rapidly. Miss Belle Denny who has been making a i rotracted visit to her uncle Mr. James N. Dennv in the county has returned to her home in Stanford. J 3' '00'''''S'(0)C-3'C-3''i'G3(- ) ationa T. George B. Harris, travelling passen- '0 QUALITY LAMP, s THE S? SERVICE. g ger agent for the Wabash R. R. dropped off here Sunday for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mr. H. B. Northcolt has returned from Newport and Cincinnati, where he has been for the past several weeks in the interest of his produce business Mrs. Davis Prather the clever and accomodating assistant at the local post office has been away from her post for several days because of having stuck a nail in her foot. 1 S h ! We carry in stock 25-40-- 60 Watt-Lamp- s. ii PnVpc40 XA "I r . j T I k' B n I i . The Mazda Lamp can save you mi n h att UCOiUCO JUU Will atiiatt lllUiltJ, MAntHnn ttah titiII C1IJVJ lilt comfort of a bright light. ,, SO i i 0 nnr 7(Vfe' I Cap't W. J. Kinnaird came down Saturday night from Middlesboro and remained until Tuesday with his wife and children who have been with rela8- tives here for several days. Mr. Tobe Wiley and family are spending a few weeks at their old home in Paihtsville. Mr. Wiley is winding up his affairs in Paintsville, preparatory for his permanent sojourn in Lancas- Lancaster Electric 3l.;XQa! i Light Co. 'y .i; )0)..O MZII S)&&t&j&eg& rc? ter. :t:?Xt&;&titf&fH Don't Roast the Driver for dumping just as you were passing. oal Go. a load of Baking RoYal Powder iisrsa Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of dirt or stone in i t. 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 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg foods Makes delicious home-bake- d of maximum qualify af minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable is in striking The Presidents mf-sagcontrast to the usual or.cl eli aedic YOU'U, FIND IT IS THIS COLUMN. document un:nteresting both to v.. and Iho public. The if notable in :ts avoklance of ! tail. He For cenunt. coat, sand and rock, declares the Democratic MIicy toward Garrard Milling Co. the tariff ti be one of constructive sind f not detractive revision. He tatetl the Our Buggies are as good as you cati broad underlying principles of the issue get for the moneyv Conn Bro. with admirable conciseness, and in faithful adhertnee to the pledge.? of the For cement, coal, sand and rock at party. tGarrard Milling Co. Mrs. Pendleton Held To Grand Jury. We have a full line of Hardware, get The examining trial of Mrs. Henriet- our prices. Conn Bros. ta Per.dleton charged with arson was Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime held before Judge Ford in the county Garrard Milling Co. court on Wednesday arid resulted in and brick. Mrs. Pendfetoii being Iield in a bond of We can save you money on Wire ?300. to await the action of the grand Conn Bros. jury. Mrs. Pendleton gave bond with fencing. her two sons as surety. Hobart AnFurnished boarding house for rent. derson a c lored boy who was arrested .Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney BryantsviHe. charged with being an accomplice, was Dudley. dismissed Mrs. Pendleton is charged See our Disc Harrow and corn Mesdames W. R. Bastin and C. B. Blakeman. with ha. ing set fire to the house of planters. Conn Bros. Rose were visitors in Danville Wed- Mrs. Linda Blakeman, the aged Link Miller in this county on the 9tli Pair pedigreed scotch collie pups foe nesday. mother of Mrs. R. S. Brown of this day of Apiil. sale great bargain. Mrs. W. W. Hays of Stanford has city died at her home in Kiiksville W. B. Mason. Jr., Spconamore. been with Mr. and Mrs. James A. Monday and her remains were taken to Beazley. Mrs. Betsy Spoonamore, an aged and Richmond for burial on Tuesday. She Too nianj buggies. I will save yeu Mrs. W. A. Arnold and Misses Rella was the relict of the late William respected lady of the Hedgeville sec- froni ten to twenty doHars on buggies, WJ Romarw. and Mary Arnold motored to Lexington Blakeman, who was well known to tion of Lincoln county died at tne tamo tf many Garrard county people, and the of her son, David Spwnnmon on last Monday. family is one of the oldest and most Sunday morning She had been feeble Yoh want to put thai walk in out of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn are in Mt. highly respected in the western part of for some time and her death was due the best material dont you? Then buy Vernon for-- visit to Mesdames Griffin Madison county. to the frailtic3 of old age, she being from the ' Garrard Milling Co. and Tate. Besides Mrs. Brown Mrs Blakeman i3 91 years old Inst January. She is surAll persons having claims against Mrs. T. B. Robinson is in Danville survived by anotherdaughter Mrs. Mart vived by fivesons, Messrs Dave, John, for a stav with her ilauHitPr Mrs. H. BoKle of Madison and two sons, Messrs Andrew. Henry and Samuel Sboonamore Miss Mary Marshbank will present them Clay and Rufus Blakeman of Kirksville. and two daughters, Mrs. Moiiie D. Herndon. Hubble jHwperly sworn to by lawyer before tho anct Mrs. Pauline Hickle. Her remains first day of May 1913. Mr. John M. Duncan was in Greens- Exercises Of Colored School. J. R. Marshbanks, Ex. were inten ed in the Danville cemeterj burg, last week for s? meeting of The Commpnrpmpnt TiTvoi-i- i .f li on Tuesday. Presbytery. For Sale. Lancaster Colored Public School tvr .t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and child sigrlai suceess, and provoked many NOTICE. A handsome Oak Dining Table. ie ren of Paint Lick are guests of Mrs. unstinted compliments from those at this office. Bank Stock Certificate Lest. George Ballard. wn0se pleasure it was to see anil hear I have no clerks, no rent to pay. and The public is warened not to purchase them. The rendition of the entire Mrs. Wm. Mershon of Stanford, was here by the illness of her daugh- - gram fcr the two nights was instruc- stock certificats no 12 issued by Bank no partners to divide profits with, this ive, pleasant and profitable. The com of Bryantsville to Joe Helen and W.Mhe is the reason I can sell buggies and tor Mrs. E. F. Green. W J Romans. Lee Merit, dated June 29, 1901. Same' harness so cheap. slmv yW nrl fr.n mencement address, . subject "Persist-, . Mrs. J. B fsl JA UUU LIUUIIICI uisa UU111V.1 ,, , T,JofF ,, M.J (ILJJ llll UJlUCI.iai- - has been lost, and a duplicate has been W.. .IIUUJ..J Elizabeth were in Danville Sunday 0 ingly Scotch Collie is a great protection for delivered by Prof. J. W. Roberts issued. see Mrs. Ed Collier. principal of the Lebanon Graded School. J. C. Williams, Cashier. women and children, a good watch dog, and best stock drivers known. Mr. J. L. Smith and sister Miss Prof. Roberts is one of our exceptional Pedigreed Pups for sale, ready to go. It Must Be Me, Parson. Sallie T Smith spent Sunday with young men. We bespeak for him conW. B. Mason Jr. relatives in Stanford. tinued success in his field of labor, and A in the fentlv wish that we had many more hope of obtaining a contribution, enMrs. J. M. Farra was in town one Lost. day last week and made the Record such men identified with the teaching tered the office of a newspaper and, profession. Rev. Geo. W. Robinson of finding the editor in, began. Lost on the streets of Lancaster, office a pleasant call. Danville, one of our most prominent 'I am soliciting aid fo. a gentleman last wtek a bunch of about 6 or 8 keys, Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond has j vouncr m;nisters of the Gosnel. nros..n. of refinement and intelligence who is finder return to me or this office and been the recent guest of her aunts Misses j ted the dipioma3 to the nine girlgiadu-Luc- v R. N. Beazley. in need of a little ready money, but is receive reward. I : i ni v and Tommie Francis. uies in wen ciiusen worus anui in a too proud to make known his sufferPaint Lick Ky. Miss Lillie Jones was in Kirksville pleasing manner. We desire to thank ings " For Rent. Saturday visiting her cousins Misses one "of Lancaster's first white citizens "Why!" exclaimed the editor, "I'm j for the premium offered to the pupil the only man in town answering that Ula and Francis Blakeman. Six nice rooms in good shape and from the fifth to seventh grade obtain- - description. What's the gentleman's Mrs. Roy Williams of Randolph neatly papered. Apply to ing the highest general average. The name?" Illinois is expected shortly for a visit W. C. Davis, The Tailor. premium proved to be an effective in"I'm sorry to say I am not at libd to her mother Mrs. J. P. Prather. centive to stu Jy. The pupil obtaining erty to disclose it." Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West and Mr. J. the premium was Maud Turpin from "It must be me, parson. Heaven Notice To Contractors. T. Kaney and daughter attended Ithe the sixth grade. Also we repeatedly prosper you in your good work," said funeral af Mrs. Linda Blakeman in thank the county through the officials the editor, wiping away a tear. Plan3 and specifications for the Kirksville. consolidated school at Buena Vista of the court house for the use of the are in my office. FLAT WOO I) The Presbyterian Missionary society building. This was indeed a great favor. The County Board will meet Tuesday the arts and crafts, met this afternoon Our fondest hope is that the Colored April 29 to receive bids for same. (Friday) at 2:30 at the home of Miss , Graded School of Lancaster mav con- Jim Rothwell has moved to Louisville. 4Jennie Higgins. Supt. Jane Doty. , tinue to grow and prove a potent factor Jerry Arnold has moved to Preachers-villMr. K. S. Brown and daughter were in the advancement of the community Notice. and the race. moved into his G. H. Hammonds has The first quarter of your water rent Joseph H. Burns, Principal. new house. was due April 1st., so please be preW. H. Furr sold a horse to Dock pared to pay same as I will call on you Notice. Hunt for $132.50. in a few day. Under an ordinace passNotice is hereby given that on the W. JR. Furr bought a calf from ed by the City Council, all hogs must April 1913 there will be 28th day of be removed from the city by May 1st. Thomas Bolton for 3. presented to the Garrard County Court Airs. Lythia Hammack is putting in a This ordinance will be enforced. a petition by the following land owners L. E. Herron. M. C. L. of Garrard County; N. T. Grow, A. W. stock of goods at Hammack. Albert Crousher has moved from JW. Estes, W. D. Lee, J. W. Sanders and Notice. Peachy Grow; said petition will ask ' H. Furrs to Arch Kavenaughs house. said Court to change a public road in John Bolton had the misfortune to All persons knowing themselves inroad diarffct No. 24 Garrard County, have a good milk cow to die last week. debted to the estate of C. ;M. Jenkins the proposed change to take the road will please pay the undersigned adbed of Sugar Creek where it out of the ministrator. Those holding claims SEED CORN. now is and put same on the bank of against the estate, will please verify said creek. The changed road to run I win be in Lancaster and prove same and leave them with through the lands af Jas. Sanders, Jess Wm. Herndon, my attorney at LancasSanders and N. T. Grow. The road to Monday, County court day D. V. Jenkins Administrator. ter. start the 3 forks of Sugar Creek and e w ' cn.-greMrs.-Addij -f j i Mrs. Tom Ballard is in Moreland for in Richmond Wednesday for the burial of Mrs Brown's mother-in-laMrs. a stay with her mother. Wm. Blakeman. Miss Halhe Brown has been visiting I e Landiam McFarland of Miss Ella Thompson in Danville. New York City is expected shortly for Mrs. Alex West is in Nicholasvilk a visit to her nieces Misses Bertha and ' visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. West. Bettie Walker Burnside. Mr. T. M. Wilson of Bowling Green Dr. J. A. Amon writes he is having has joined liffe wife here for a visit. a pleasant and instructive stay irfcTiie- ago, out auus, L.ancastei tor me airs. Joe Hinternish of Covu.gton is about next Sunday or Monday". here visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller, The Chautauqua Circle met WednesMrs. Clark and children of Lexington day afternoon at the home of Mus are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne. Helen Gill. The t.ubject discussed at Mrs. Nathan Cotton of Kirksville has U": meeting was life in German Univer been visiting Mr and Mrs. W. J. Ro- - sities. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie will go next Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnsan and Week to Bradfordsville for a meeting J. J. Raymond motored to Lexington of the Transylvania Woman's Foreign and Home Missionary Society. Mrs Sunday. is Secretary Mrs. Ambrose Dudley of Richmond FVje the K " is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. '5 M"' '- I -- , I En-qui- - j j pro-call- ts-- -- 2t-p- ( -t e. I j , at 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. 2t. j with a load of Boone Coun1 ty White seed corn and Soy FOR SALE. beans. The first prize ear of corn from my own seed I have 23 pairs of inside won the Sweepstake at Lex- shutters and eight chestnut ington last winter over all oak doors that I will sell varieties. cheap. Walton Moss. Tobe Wiley, Lancaster Ky; Page 8 n T;he .Central Re.co.rd, Friday, April 25, 191.3,, S5SS1 HOUSE CLEANING NECE AH U-UtU- MOP Puts an end to the back breaking task of dusting and polishing hardwood floors, lineloums, oil cloth, etc. Saves the trouble of climbing chairs to clean the tops of doors, closets, mouldings, etc. Price $1.50 The Superior is the best? handiest and cheapest Vacumn on the market, price $7.50. onstration of its remarkable dust cleaning power. Let us give you a dem- 1- 8- VACUMN CLEANER WALL The Store Beautiful PAPER. All the latest colors, in the New Brown, Tan, Grey and other effects from 5cts a single roll up, or we will figure with you put on the wall. See us before buying. nerarerererererere;ie Hurt to-da- y. E39sKKss33s;KsS3tsssqssr3t&s to-da- Si Call and see my large stock of bugSTANFORD. COY gies and harness, they are going to be Miss Lucy Lee Walton, of Richmond, sold. The greatest bargain ever offered We are glad to know that Mr. C. M. is the guest of Miss Lyle Cooper. in Lancaster. W. J. Romans, April 8th. has this to say regarding saddle sires: A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue Moberly is improving again. tf Mrs. J. N. Saunders and daughter, ' y Garrard Circuit Court. Sophie are in Louisville shopping. "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods Mr. and Mrs. IT. fi. vnIii J. T. Raney. et al Plaintiffs, Mr. and Mr3 Bi Whitaker Sunday. Announcement Of Examination For Counmost likely capable of doing it again who is the one Miss Lula Prewitt, of Louisville, is VS. the guest of her aunt Mrs. Louise Tate, Sadie R. Anderson's Administratrix, Mr. Luther Raney has returned from ty Road Engineer And Important And then HE correctly records et al Mrs. H. K. Bourne, of New Castle, i Defendants. Crab Orchard much improved in hatth. Pursuant to a judgment rendered here is the guest of friends and relatives Information Concerning Said Mrs. Mary Clouse and little in at the March Term, 1913, the underhere, signed Commissioner will sell at public visited Mrs. Kirby Teater last Y Office. Mrs. J. W. Alcorn and daughter Miss auction before the Court House door day. Pattie are spending a few days at the in Lancaster. Ky., at 41 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on Seelbach. Harry and JeThi Folger vfeited tkeir For the benefit of those who wish to MONDAY and daughter, k being the first APRIL &eMnmxd grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mji-erl- y The records not only confirm his statequalify for the position of County Road day of The place in the front rank as a sire of show colts Saturday and Sunday. Miss Julia, of Richmond, hava been the county Lourt term, the real estate ment, but are much stronger. Remember twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States Engineer, an examination will be held guests of Mr. W. H. Higgins and mentioned in the pleadings and describin the office of the Commissioner of Mrs, Lucy Martin and Mr. and Mr- -. ed as follows: last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of Public Roads, at Frankfort, on May family. In Garrard County, Ky., being on L. Miller of Lexington visited Mr. a:l Miss Martha Hommel delightfully the new Danville pike the saddle horse world. 11 1913 Examination beginning at 8:30 West of the Mrs. C. M. Moberly last week. entertained the Chautauqua Circle at City of Lancaster; Beginning at a o'clock. and This axamination is held in compli- - the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. stone, corner oak stump (stump now gone) to the 8.33 acres sold to Higgins on Tuesday evening. j ance with Section 48, Chapter 110, C. B. Collier; thence with line of Miss Sue Whitley Murphy has return- J. 8.33 acres S Acts of 1912, which reads as follows: said 47J W passing corner We are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. "There is hereby created in the several ed from Indianapolis and is with her to same at MacWilhams at 1.55 chains and passing a hickory, fore and aft counties of the State of Kentucky, the father Mr. Wm. Murphy, at his home 16.15 chains, in all Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. 25.35 chains to a on the Hustonsville pike. office of County Road Engineer. The stake, corner to same, and in to 6oo ooooo ooooooooo co6oooteo0ooe?ff Mr. B. G. Pennington, of Danville, Walton Moss, with Moss S 38J line5.50 County Judge of each of the counties E in the Stat, by and with the consent III., is the guest of his brother, Dr. T. chains to a planted lime stone in bed of of the Fiscal Court, shall within thirty W. Pennington. Mrs. Pennington and an old road, corner to Moss and J. W. Elmore, formerly J. S. Robinson, said will join him here Friday. days after this law becomes effective, children stone is S. 42 W 2.63 chains from Mrs. Homer Carpenter and lit tie another stone planted in said old road, on or before the first day of October, 1912, and every two years thereafter, daughter, Eleanor Tevis, of Shelbyville and which was an original corner to J. appoint a County Road Engineer, who are the guests of Mrs. Carpenter's S. Robinson; thence with Elmore and railing fence S 66J Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blcod to Bohemian King, standing at $20. He too. shall be either a reputable Civil Engi- parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. with a post andwhite oak at 3 RTchainaE Good Also have nassincr a larpe Service. Prices Right. Mr. A. C. Al ford has sold his home , m all 12.30 chains, (distance by neer, or a man who has had practical is bred right, therefore, breeds right. Phone 354-Locran Avenue to Mr. James Phillins. traction) to a point in line to Elmore experience as a road supervisor, or acres - Kentucky. builder, for two years, and who shall ' Mr. and Mrs. Alford have moved to ana corner to jo nomas l rood and 14 Lancaster. CO the evaporation of soil moisture which puies, oi land; To Saddle Horse Breeders Danville Fair Dassed a creditable examination Danville and Mr. Phillips will take thence iraci thei line of Anaerson (on a have with said tract will be much needed later by the corn Z i by the State Commissioner of Public possession of the property at once. bearing calculated from the field notes Saddle Colt Futurity. crop. The extra work of unhitching S UlLUfllN Miss Ophelia Lackey, of Crab Orchard, of said 33 acres 1 rood and 11 poles, as D. hitching to the har-io- Roads, or one of his representatives." ? the ommited of a For foals of 1913 that are registered from the plow and The attention of the County Judge is spent a few days with her sister Mrs. closing line inside originaltraverse, the will be more than compensated by (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) the notes being or eligible to registration in the AmeriFrom here she went to a mistake) N 3i E 12.23 (this distance especially called to Section 94, Chapter can Saddle Horse Breeder's Associa- beneficial results to the crop and the 110, Acts 1912, which reads as follows: Harrodsburg to be the guest of her by protraction and due to the fact that greater ease of getting the ground in below this heading Is for tne exclu-lv- e tion. dpacc 'That the office of road overseer and brother Mr. Sam Lackey and family. ' the total distance of this before-men- use of our farmer subscribers, and is for ftWU trrwli inn This stake will be contended for at rrsrri LvllUI. biUli.. . side runs ... road sunervisor nrovided for in ChaDter Mr. Pevton accomDanied her to ' uonea of a pole irom a point nine i r jthe sale of stock, grain and such thing on the Danville, Kentucky, Fair, August tenths est of a marked , Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. i ne uest time to piant corn-m- e .i. seen o t ' Harrodsburg farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- 0, 7, 8, 1913. auaiura, are hickory, as by said calculation of omwhenever""' bed being. well prepared-is- , . tise. No notice will be accepted over four -- -- Quite a number of Hon. A. 0. itted side N 31J E 18.92 chains) to a Lancaster, ., . ... Kentucky L j r Conditions Governing Stake. meson is warm. enougn anu moisi. abolished and all the duties and nowers Stanley , s supporters motored lines, and will be only In two issnes of the to stake a few feet west of a vounc susrar and qualifications prescribed in said act j KroRD, free of charge Condition No. 1 $2.00 must be paid enough to insure quick germination of tree; thence (by calls copied from T I IT" T u ou.ee Ui Nicholasville Monday to hear him speak. from S. H. Anderson to Thomas deed on each mare nominated in this stake. the seed. According to Hunt in "The as Plaining ui i..e An and overseer shall be per While Mr. Stanley did not open his i derson, isook lb, page 301, with 1 deI have two good horses for sale, young Mares to produce foals in 1913 that are th tomr,,fr supervisor ' Walton Moss. Who So Ever Will. and gentle. eligible to entry in this stake must be at which maize will germinate most formed and applied to the office of road campaign he assured the immense gree magnetic variation) S 87 E 18.65 assembled to hear him that he chains to a stake in East edge of a .. m wgiccs r . engineer as is created in this chanter. . crowd do r ji.. . registered in the American Saddle rajjiuijr is uuiu nt lu so j oj. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT " fence row, corner to said 33 acres 1 so at the proper time. wculd I have some good baled timothy hay Horse Breeder's Association, and the Probably in practice field corn is nearly after December 1, 1912." rood and 14 poles, and a new corner and CLEAN Shop on Richnjond street. for sale. Milton Ward Lancaster, Ky. name And more especially to the decision made in the field notes to the 4 acres and number of each mare en- always planted before the soil has, The Old Reliable Barber. belonging to Thomas Anderson and of JudKe Robt- - H- - Wlnn' of the AP" Forestus Reid bought of Fox and Mc- tered must accompany the $2.00, and reached this temperature, but the time now (formerly) cut off to him; thence Court, handed down Nov mber HENRY DUNCAN I a protracted Dowell of Boyle 34 head cattle at $60. must be in the hands of the Secretary of planting should be sufficiently iate Palate line to said 4 acres S 9$ E of this Association on or before May at least to escape all danger from 2 1912 in the case of Morgan, County 12.73 chains to a point in middle of the head. 1st, 1913. old Danville pike; with middle of said freezing and frost. The old time n0' Judge Anderson County V. Champion, Office Hours OSJce OTer c pike N 28i E (actual bearing) 5.60 n.m to 12. 1p.m. to 1. Stormes' Drag Store For Sale extra nice fresh milk Condition No. 2. On June 15th, the tion that the changes of the moon have which holds it to be compulsory for the , chains (by protraction) to a point in cow kind and gentle Price $55 Jake color marking and sex of colt, name of some bearing upon successful corn Fiscal Courts to fill the office of Coun- the middle of pike N 36J E 4.79 chains sire and dam must accompany the last growing is now entirely discredited. ty Road Engineer. White. to a point at North edge of metal N 64 payment ot $3.00, which entitles the Neither science nor practice longer E 20.85 chains to a point in middle; N EXAMINATION. C. C. Carpenter of Lincoln sold to colt to show. DENTIST. 411 E 3.95 chains to a point in middle. v Corn should be support this theory. The applicants for the position of Mexico party, a 2 year old Jack for B. Phone 65. The money derived from nomination , corner to 24 acres purchased by G. Lancaster, Ky planted from one and one-ha- lf to three County Road Engineer will be examin Swinebroad from W. Mc Johnston; $1500. of mares and the entrance of foals in inches in depth, varying with type of ed on the following subjects: Theory , thence leaving pike and with line to this stake will be added to a sum of said tract N 57J W G chains to the For Sale Indian runner Duck eggs $25.00 given by the Association and soil and moisture conditions. Shallow and practice of road building; Drain- - I corner post of the wire fence on the $1.00 per setting of 15 Wood Wilmot will be divided among the first four planting is preferable where the moist age; Grades; Earth computations; Use . drain, N 19J W 3.22 I West bank of ure content ot tne surtace sou insures and care of road machinery; Mainten-- I Stanford pike. phone no 312-chains to the corner post of fence, foals, fifty per cent, to first, twenty-fiv- e ' crossing good germination. Under normal con- ance of earth and macadam roads; and All Work Guaranteed. drain diagonally N Hi W per cent to second, fifteen per carpet, Chairs, ' 18.50 chains to a point in the middle of for ditions it is best to plant the rows of upon such other subjects relating to the new Lancaster and Danville turn- Paint Lick, Kentucky beds, and other household and kitchen cent, to third, and ten per cent, to corn three and a half feet apart, to row road problems as the Commissioner of pike, corner to said tract; thence with furniture. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant. fourth, in full and without discount. both ways, and to plant from three to Public Roads may deem to be of vital I middle and meanders of pike N 88? W Your hearty cooperation is solicited four kernels to the hill, depending up- importance. 2.50 chains to a point at North edge of Phone Office Hours !?tl2faQ-m-( Duroc sows with litters to make thi3 an event of worth to the on the fertility of the soil. For Sale:-Te- n metal S G1J W 1.53 chains to a point in 229. m The examination will be written, and saddle horse interests. of pigs. Healthy and money makers. Corn is a plant which requires much when the papers are graded, certifiFor further information address. still wi'th pike including said lot S 43i M 7 TlpnTlv ftXlfi W A WfippIpP J. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. water for its growth. Hence, to pro- cates will be issued to those successW passing Northwest corner of said ui- ' """") OUu. H . h.. II 1IC01D1 H. C. BRIGHT, Sec. duce the best crop possible it is necess- fully passing, which will entitle the lot at 1.15 chains, in all 5 14 chains to Doctors Of Denial Surgery. C. T. and A. G. Rankin bought 35 Danville, Ky. a point 17 links S of middle of pike; S ary to keep down all weeds and to pre- holder to be considered by the County head cattle of Fox and McDowell weight Duroa Boars ready for service. 82 VV 9.75 chains to a point 2 feet Office: StormesBnlldinBOTei Hart A Ander- vent the evaporation of moisture from Judge as eligible for the appointment AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION. 78 lbs, for 7j cents. South "" Furnilnre Store. If taken at point 5of middle N 79 W 3 chains to a the surface of the soil. These two so far as his educational qualifications Weigh 125 pounds. feet south of middle N 55J W LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Preparation, Planting And Cultivation Of things may be accomplished by good passing entrance to residence at 75 Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale. are concerned, but the County Judge once will sell for $10.00 each. links, in all 3.75 chains to a point in method-- of cultivation. When the soil will be responsible for determining the 335-one Mrs J. A. Dudderer, The Corn field, F. Robinson, Lancaster. middle, N 41J W 9.64 chains to a point, I is not too wet, it is a good practice to length of the services of his appointee Lancaster, Ky. 1 foot North of middle, and corner to , V.CJ I I O I Cl I C The wet spring and the holding on of tun a spike tooth smoothing harrow, or and as to his general qualifications. Current heirs; thence leaving pike and S. C. White Leghorns. Wm. Gibboney of W. Va. bought of cold weather is causing farmers much some form of weeder, over the corn with their line S 7 W passing an or- -' y- The Legislators realized that while it Am rT. B. Robinson, his handsome Rex uneasiness about corn planting, and, as field three or four days after planting. My stock from prize winners at At- iginal stone corner at 52 links, in all CU1U was advisable to secure Engineers to , a result, may lead" to much corn being This will destroy most of the early 9.24 chains Peavine mare for $300. feet vx A pABp handle the road work of the various lanta, Louisville and other shows. A the seeding to a point, 2corner North of , apple tree, to same put into the ground before the soil is weeds, besides breaking any crust which counties, that it was not practicable to few Cockerels for sale. Eggs per and to the 8.33 acres sold to J. C. B. IF YOU WANT TO Sella Farm, Wanted:-3- 0 cattle to graze bv the thoroughly prepared to receive the I bell AT auction may have formed over the germinating force the counties to employ Engineers, setting of 15. J. M. Mount, . Collier; with line of said tracts 28 Wr month, rye, timothy and blue grass. seed. This practice would prove to be seeds. This work would often endanprices on Lancaster, Ky. 14.89 chains to the beginning, contain- -,' WI" Bve vou of the high salaries they are because B. L. Kelly, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster a mistake. 50 Choice Farms. Ordinarily, with proper ger the young plants if done later than ing 138.58 acres. One quarter of an able to command, and the scarcity of Ky. acre is deducted from the above for See Me or Touch the Live Wire. care and cultivation, no serious concern four days after planting. The first technically trained men to handle this Pope lot, leaving a net area of 138.34 over results need be had if corn is regular cultivation should be given five T. W. Jones sold to Wm. Webb of position, hence they provided for a acres. i W. T. KING, planted in Kentucky any time between or six days after the corn is up, and The purpose of this sale is to divide Indianapolis 70 head of cattle, weight practical road man, who shonld take Phone 339-April 25th and May 25th. the proceeds arising from the said sale thereafter cultivations should be re- the examination before the Commiss1185 lbs. at $7.70 a hundred. KENTUCKY between the owners thereof and to pay LANCASTER. In preparing clay soils for corn, es- peated after each rain, and besides, ioner of Public Roads. the indebtedness of Sadie R. Anderson pecial cars should be taken not to work often enough to keep down all For Rent 154 acres of grass near Each County Judge of the State is weeds. at the time of her death, for all of Hyattsville, for year 1913 would like to the land when so wet that puddling Shallow cultivation forming a surface urged to cooperate with the State . rJ5 "ft "A Wt which judgment has been rendered. will take place or that baking will fol- soil mulch is the TERMS. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. sell. best for a dry season, Commissioner in securing eligibles on a credit of This sale will be made low. The disk harrow is generally the while even during wet Nealton, Jessamine Co. times the cultiwhich the County Judge may six months and the purchaser will be best tool to follow the plow and after vation should be in no case deep enough from his appointments. I Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 ronnirpd tn execute bond with aDDTOVed RICHMOND. KY. make I will have for sale on the streets of this some form of smoothing harrow security for the purchase price, due in to break the roots of the corn plants. Reputable Engineers will not be reV A Training Monday county'courtday two should be used, repeatieg Lancaster Two pens with 1st and six months, bearing six per cent in- VH S rl S JviL the harrow-unt- il During the first part of the growing quired to take the examination for the jersey heifers with jersey heifer calves 9 I fi nti School for Teachers terest ner annum from date until paid. a smooth and verv finely pulver- season the cultivation of the corn crop office of County Road Engineer. The 2nd prize birds at head having the force and effect of a judg from two to four weeks old. Iotr. medial aiC Ufa 8t&i Crw. ized seed bed is obtained. If clods form should be so thorough that T.:li u all Panic! ment upon which execution may issue, it will not County Jcdge will be responsible for Z. T. Rice. Special S1mwI ox Keatackr. during the harrowing they should be be necessary to continue Gome and see payable to W. H. Brown, Master Comfor Cmraea aad Kt, cultivation the qualifications of any Engineer who Oa-TaltiaaFrvataap-auiateai- . missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, Twa tDieadld dut. I will stand my Hornless Durham pulverized with a roller, or sometimes longer than the time when this work is employed upon his reputation as a real Barred Rocks and a lien will be reserved upon the mltorfea.npw modal acaool. acarvaaaaltratalnt bai)lloj. Bull at my place at McCreary, 5 miles a good drag may do this work well. begins to break down the corn. Civil Engineer. It is recommended property until all the purchase money ralctrliooJ.'Tartmalafa?ricaliar. wall eqalppeii ""'TarmkrrlaaSp. rrnaafam. Dami should be added that each day's plow Janaarr H. B. Hendrick, Ass't Agronomist, that Civil Engineers be employed from Lancaster on Buckeye Pike, at It rahrr. Saamtlrna Xaaem"?: T'rt is paid. LOUIE TINDER, J7. Tmnh TrrmAptin, 3ammr ScHoal apaaa Jaaa la. on time. He Is No 1 ing should be sufficiently worked and Extension Division, Kentucky Experi- where they are available. M. C. of G. C. C. W. H. Brown, $1 cash or $1.50. CiuiKwr. o citABDK, Prnldent. smoothed on the same day to prevent ment Station. Dan Ray. Lancaster, Ky L. L. Walker, Att'y for Plaintiffs. R. C. TERRELL, Commissioner, in every waj . After Reading The Records. Anderson srereraE3 Bright Spot Lancaster. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. ( F'rj-str.- n i , ( BOHEMIAN KING 2410. dgter .,,,,.. Investigate For Yourself. Then Decide. j CARDS, j ALLEN 6 EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLEN WORTH FARMS. R. M. BOURNE j Auctioneer. A. ' i rMMK n nurniP nti ituit w Dr. Wm. Pryor ,.. a. m ". Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. y rLmAnV." I f OUlVIllI Orvnir1! UvJlVllli I ! FOR SALE. I B. IF. Walter. H. J. PATRICK, A Dentist. SALE:-Brusse- ls ' ! J. q r rtUULlUIlCCI innOQr rock-bottom K &Z FSTfJ'f? Ringlets Barred Rocks $2.00. l W&MM trri WmM ' w1 .. a. I. ' , y 4- - t :s A- -