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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 2, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913050201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 2, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1913. Street Fair begins Monday. Gnawing And Annoying. ed in Washington. Miould Have Stayed One More Week. NUMBER 4. ? ft MR. FARMER! A campaign against ratsjwill be openThey are said to England is now known as the "hen have become as numerous and as an' .. pecked" empire. noying as candidates for once under the fruit crop new administration. The outlook is for the best in this locality in many years. Cornplanting J3 in full swing. are having unprecedented good luck. "Suckers are on" and the fishesmen An abundant crop of white clover gives promise of a good honey season. Garrard county farmers are unable to supply the demands upon them for seed corn; Lots of farmers "knocked off" plowing and corn planting last wpek to wait for the rain. The county machinery is engaged in finishing the remodeling of the Richmond turnpike. New sidewalks, new buildings, new energy, new life, new citizens, now school, Lancaster. Flowers are being transplanted and the good ladies doing their utmost to ward making a "city beautiful". What with the parcels post and the Webb bill, the express companies must be finding poor picking these days. The men will have to do all the kicking about the narrow skirts as they are too narrow for the woman to do any kicking. Pretty women, fast horses and that other product which has also made Kentucky famous, were at the Hinata races in profusion. When You pay your good Money for Farming Implements you should get something that is good and which you can get good results from. Our experience in the repairing of various machinery places us in a position to know a piece of Machinery better than the average man. We off er you the benefit of this experience in the selection of a line of We suppose every man knows best his own affairs, but we have heard many regrets that the "Titanic" did not remain in service at least until after the race meeting in Lexington. The discontinuance of the line was a source of regret especially to our citiAn Improvement. zens in the Bryanlsville (locality, to The Citizens National Bank, following whom it was great convenience. the advice of the Woman's Club and the sanitary advocates, have Bad erect Ice Factory About Ready To Start. ed handsome copper wire screen doors The starting of the ice factory has to the bank, which adds much both to been delayed because of the purchase the comfort and appearence of that of some material in Ohio which could institution. not be supplied promptly because of the damage to railway lines bv the Work On Church Begins. recent high waters, but Mr. Bastin The Danville Construction Co., who tells us that he has assurance that the has the contract for the new addition to material will be hre this week and he the Christian church, placed a force of hopes to start making ice not later men at work last week upon the than the latter part of next week. excavation for the foundation, and the work will be pushed as rapidly as the Good Old Man. weather will permit. Our good old friend. Mr. S. N. Ison who is now 8S years old, drove into Good Workman. town one day last week a distance of The Presbyterian parsonage at Manse 19 miles, in three hours and felt none completed and ready for ocis about the worse for the long drive. He tells cupancy, due to the workmanship of us he has always voted the democratic our colored contractor Steve B. Lewis. ticket and believes his activity and Steve is thoroughly reliable and any good health is partly due to his allegione in need of such work would do well ance to the old party. May God bless to communicate with him. him in his old days and make them happy ones. Buried The Hatchet. THE KING OF EASY RIDERS Builiwlihthafam. ous "BANNER" SUm Spring gaar the Ideal buggy oi genuine riding comfort. NJa Mc&m "BANNER" BUGGY No. 65 T.et us iliuw yon this buggy. It's uphols?ere3 with genuine leather anil made with genuine quarter top, with hardwood frame hody and bone-drsplit hickory g wheels. For comfortable, qualities, this buggy is without an equal on the market. y, Come in! easy-ridin- m HOUGHTON CARTS Speaker Champ Clark and Secretary William Jennings Bryan met at a private luncheon in Washington and each issued a public statement declaring that he had "buried the hatchet" and put the personalities of the Baltimore convention with the bygones. Will Probated. Harness! Disc Harrows, Corn Plan- . I . ters, and Drills, Cultivators Etc., which we offer you strictly on their merits. Kindly give us a chance to demonstrate. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. We Live and Let Live. Land Sale. Oats are up and looking fine, as is al averso spring grass, wheat above the J. T. Henry bought of J. C. Fox, 21 age, corn planting well under way and acres of land on the Buckeye pike at $110. per acre. This is a very desirable the farmer busy and happy. lying just out side the A crnnA mimhor nf T.anrnafrar .....,.... Tfnnlp piece of land, . 6"- - """.. ,. r city limits and has upon it one of the have been attending the races in Lex- best spring in the county. John has ington this week. Hope none of them always got an eye open for a bargain will have to walk back home. and we think this a good one. The measles continue to play havoc Services At Court House. among the kiddies of the community. Because of the fact that last Sunday Little Dorothy Dunlap has been the most severe sufferer, but is better. was a damp, raw day, and the further fact that the furnace at their church If you are looking for the latest in was torn out for the new addition in ladies wearing appearel, attend the course of construction, the congregation 10 per cent discount sale of of the Christian church held their H. T. Logan. services at the court house, both the Sunday School and morning and evening Plants, Plants, Plants,. service. Variety Tomato and Sweet Potato Tonsorial Artist. Plants, for sale. Phone 212. Twenty five years of experience has Mrs. George Smith, Sr. made Henry Duncan our local barber Brass Meeks And Milam Reel. Always one of the best in the State. Lost between Floyds mill and Dan- looking after the interests of his pat ville, return to this office and receive rons, he has recently installed three handsome new chairs, besides other $5.00 reward. material improvements that adds very much to the comfort of his many customers. A Wanton Act. The will of the late A. B. Estridge was admitted to probate in the county court on Monday. His wife, Mrs. Militia Estridge and his son Roy Es tridge were named as Executors and trustees without bond. Mr. Estridge set aside the sum of $1000. to his wife to be used as she might choose, the re mainder of his estate, or the income therefrom to go to his wife during her lifetime and at her death to be dl vided among his children, share and share alike. The instrument w dated February 24, 1913. The Sidewalks. Mr. Homer Tinsley is busily engaged in establishing the grade for the side- Harness! HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. IJrH iltiilrWligfiiJMi OTjlMgJi) iaJirgiilranii7aB walks about the public square, and as seon as this work is completed, the actual work of construction will begin, and before the summer is over there will be handsome wide concrete walks around the entire square. Work has already commenced on some of the streets and more has been contracted for, and the entire town will present a scene of activity with the coming of settled weather. Many of our citizens are taking advantage of the vast amount of excavating being done to grade their building lots and before long we may see many handsome new dwellings in course ot construction. To Lose Good Citizen. OVER STOCKED ON Mr. JesseC. Fox has purchased of Mr. Dan Traylor the old Henry Traylor homestead and 13G acres of ground, paying therefor the sum of $12,125. This is one of the handsomest and best appointed residences in Lincoln county and Mr. Fox is to be congratulated up on securing it. We Very much regret to state that he will move to his new home at once, and while we ate loath to part company with him and his excellent family, we can sincerely congratulate the people of Lincoln upon the addition to their citizenship. Mr. Fox sold a small tract of land containing 21 acres, together with a small house on the Buckeye pike to Mr. John T. Henry for $110. per acre. Improved Train Service Seems Assured. Some miscreant broke one of the large plate glass in the door leading into the office of the Kengarlan hotel on last Sunday morning. The act was committed about 3 o'lock in the morning and who did it or what were their BUGGIES 'mHARNESS Greatest BARGAINS Ever Offered in Lancaster. My large warerooms on Stanford street and new storeroom on Richmond street adjoining Opera House, are packed. They must be sold. Don't miss these bargains Luckily Mr. reasons is unknown. Zimmer had but recently taken out plate glass insurance to protect him against just such contingencies. LADIES 3C DEPARTMENT. T T Beginning Saturday, i Candidates Busy. TO WAR 3rd 1 The candidates were busy Monday, county court day, and there was scarcely a voter from out in the county who was not buttonholed by one or more who urged upon him the necessity of supporting that particular candidate in the coming August primary. Our present crop of candidates are an unusually nice lot of gentleman and it will dwindle down to a matter of personal choice between them. Optical Skill Of The Highest Order. May and will continue until Saturday, May Oth We have an excellent line of Suits, Coats, Dresses and Costumes bought direct from the largest and best houses of New York. Our goods are all NEW and our styles are the very latest. Our goods were bought at the very lowest prices, therefore we are prepared to give you the very best of BARGAINS. During this SALE we are going to give you a DISCOUNT OF TEN PER GENT. This special discount, with the very low price 'we have on jour goods enGarments at very low prices. ables you to buy ready-to-wear We have known Dr. J. J. Byrne for a number of years. He always uses the best goods to be had on .his Prescription work, which combined with his Optical Skill insures satisfaction to his patients. Standard Optical Co. C. A. Culbertson, Prop. He will be in office over Stormes drug store from May 5th, to 18th. Call and see him. Will Of J. P. Morgan Made Public. Beginning with a remarkable con. fession of religious faith, the will of J. P. Morgan, is an unusual document. Bequests and trusts named in specific sums amount to about S20.000.000. In theseare remembered relatives, friends, servants, employes and charities. The residue is left to his son. J. P. Morgan, Jr., and in the event of his death to the grandson, Junius Spencer Morgan. No estimate of his estate is made and none will be given out until after the appraisement for the inheritance tax. Look Out For Thieves. If newspaper talk may be taken to indicate anything, the train service heretofore outlined in the Record between Stanford and Lexington, will be established in the near future. The new train will start either from Stan ford or Crab Orchard, from the latter place to accomodate the immense number of summer tourists going there, and run to Lexington, and from there will take up a fast schedule to Cincinnati, instead of Knoxville as was inad vertently stated. The new train will carry a buffet car to and from Lexington to accommodate those who may desire breakfast and supper on the train, and will reach Lexington about 7 a. m. returning reach Lancaster about 9 p.m. will go through to Lexington without change, and thence on to Cincinnati, reaching the latter place about 10 a.m. This echedule if put into effect, which seems highly probable would prove of vast benefit to people living along the K. C. Gavel With Which Judge Hardin Will W. J. ROMANS Set' Em By Their Fest. X Stern old winter now is dying; Spring is tripping on her way; Little flies will soon be flying, They are due now every day. Screens and swatters will not save you, Mashing flies was never neat Open May Term Of Court. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Kentucky. jg-- i fS, Petty thieving is going on all around us. Nieholasville, Richmond, Stanford and many other towns are the sufferers. The work in most instances seems to be that of organized gangs of thieves. We have had one case here, but it was the work of local talent, and the culprit was promptly caught and is now in the school of reform. However, there is no telling when they may swoop down on Lancaster, aud it is well enough to be prepared for such emergencies, and the best way to prepare is to load your shot gun, a warm reception from which will discourage future calls. When Judge Charles A. Hardin opens Circuit Court here on the first Monday in May he will use a gave) that has This quite an interesting history. gavel was sent here last Saturday by Mr. E. P. Bunton, formerly of this county, who was a prison guard for several years and is now connected with the State Agricultural Department The gavel was made from a piece of the railing in the Court of Appeals room in the old State House in FrankHenry was maker fort. The Montgomery, of Magoffin county, who a life term in the is serving penitentiary. The knob of the gavel is of walnut, beautifully grained and polished, and the handle is of wood from a sugar tree. The convict who made the gavel certainly knew his business and turned out a beautiful piece of work. Itjvas sent to Judge C. A. Hardin and is now in the custody of Sheriff Davenport. Harrodsburg "Tanglefoot" does the business, Gets them by their little feet. We Sell, Use and Recommend It. Davidson & Doty -- . r. t -vi ' Or c-- . -- . iVTt - 5 1 - .''' V ipage ii ,..,,., , fc, MTi.iiniy.j.miii.. ' i. r- -" ii ii A I GOOD irit ,. mi ipwiiir.niw ,tni ,i u irrrni---t- The Centra Record, Friday, May 2, 191.5. ..., .., ,..,... !.. .- -i .p., .Itr -- t ..- - -- - - m- l ji 'wmwM'tfTiii H- r- - In it -- !? if s ir -- n n- -- m am proud .of the reputation I have made for my store in the CLOTHING and SHOE Business in the short time of Six Years and claim without hesitancy that this store is better prepared today than ever before to furnish Men's Suits in fine Qualities at the popular prices of REPUTAT 1U1N T iritrn irf irm immipwi m m yi - - n i r i i T Ft u. K IH & $12.50, E &18.00 and J and $20.00 s il Vl These Suits are ALL WOOL and have the best tailoring to be had. New patterns, new styles and the latest colors. Norfolks are popular and we have them. W. b. Douglas Shoes at 3.50 and $4.00. lbdl Shoes at 5.50 and $6.oo L, u The people who, ten years ago, were Too Big For Its Breeches Danville Former Lancaster Boy In Contest, Colored Fair. Can Yon Blame Him. late the example of these disreputables, flocking to bicycle shows are now A handsome picture of J. C. Hemp- Messenger Forced To Move To Lancaster colored people are nothing j Clever "Beddow" Morrow is ver just as they try to swear equally as loud, per- absorbed in automobiles, incorporated. hill appeared in the Louisville Post. if not progressive. They are already i much disturbed over the loss of year. haps, who knows, they take an occas perhaps, a few years hence, they will J. C. was one of the contestants for $1.00 a Issued Weekly. Larger Quarters. preparations for their annual hag of fishing tackle which contain.. ional drink, furnished of course by ' be excited over balloons and flying the gold medal at the High School junmachines, their older companions, and in short The continued growth of that good' a,r- - the 9th one' which will be held a very fine brass Meeks reel. He did ior oratorical contest, and while-- he J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. try to follow as near as possible the the Danville Messenger has this vear on August 28, 29 and 30th. ed it to some friends and it was not receive the medal we are sure he Manager. The State Board of Health has issued example set them by their undesirable its owners to seek larger quarters W. II. Harris is president and Lewis last Saturday near Floyds mill or R. L. ELKIN, Business himself with credit, as he alcompanions, and in the course of tune a proclamation inking the observance acquited have been secured on Main street, Faulkner secretary, and they are plan-- j tween that point and Danville. Tb ky the youths who are now following the of cleaning up days in "every county, ways docs. Entered at thu iw Offlcc iu the property formerly occupied by A. ninS to eclipse any previous exhibition-- . reel was a present to him by an ek Mall Matter. as Second-CUs- s menu ana the sentiment connecto calculated city, town, school and home in Kentucky Hazers Are Warned By Secretary Daniels. E. Gibbons. Four years ago its first . j example of some one who is l- i :u :. mattes mm prize it even mart The Lexington Collectorship. nn il issue was laid on the doorsteps of the Member Kentucky Press Association to have a bad effect upon their young on May 2 and 3, the days the Board has With the announcement of his ap- Danville people and its progress these than its real value. He will gIU minds, will in a very few years them- - set aside as days to clean up. and in ColIector of Interna, Re venue A. T. give five proval of the sentence of the court four years has Leen a marvel. Its dollars for its return. selves have become examples for other Eighth District Publishers League. which dismissed Midshipman James C. pages have been read and reread quoted Field of the Lexington district received Change Of Residence. youths, and so on ad infinitum. oticefrom the department on ,Mt Cook, from the naval academy, for and clipped from the very first and are School Election. The following of just such precepts Lancaster, Ky., May 2, 1913. of the tance of h;3 Mrs. Emma Grant has moved to her hazing, Secretary Daniels sent r letter always full of live news and goou Saturd is filling the reform schools of the Every one who feels an interest ir rpairrrintifin whirh vrnq tpniTarort cpvprnt state and eventually will fill the pen- home of Richmond street which she to every midshipman at Annapolis, "horse sense", May its shadow never weeks ago, and Mr. Harry T. Mc- - tne traded school.and we are sure th' recently purchased of S. G. Haselden; warning him that hereafter no leniency grow less. Rates For Political Announcements itentiaries. From being students in Mr. Davis Eldowney was named as temporary allareinterested.shouldnot fail to ce. Prather has moved into the would be shown hazers, who, in addithe school of crime they become teachCollector, and will be checked into out next Saturday and vote for the For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 property vacated by Mrs. Grant and tion to being dismissed, would receive Johnston. 10.00 ers in the same school. But recently S'or County Offices ' on May 1st, at which time Mr. election of those trustees whose term complaint was made of the prevalence Thomas McMillan will occupy the the additional penalty of imprisonment Mr. Thomas M. Johnston died at the Field will return to his home in Ashland under the law. expire with that date, For State and District Offices.... 15.00 apartments which the Prathers leave, j as provided by law. 10 of petty thievery in the community, '. Every member of the present bo.i For Calls, tier line home of his son W. McClellan Johnston and will devote his time to his business Mrs. Grant has rented the property i 10' chicken stealing and other petty crime, bave only given entire satisfactio Jessamine county on Wednesday interests at that place. For Cards, per line in A Big Court Day. and when the matter was sifted out, it which she sold to the government far April 23d after a lingering illness ot For all publications in the interMeantime the fight over the Lexing- - DUl nave Riven liberally of their tin one year, paying only "ground rent" was discovered that the crimes were A rain the previous night rendering tjle mfirmaties incident to old asre. ton CollectorshiD continues to become to the building of our new school, ( est of individuals or expresbeing committed by an organized band therefor, as she owns the buildings. the ground too wet to work, the horse views, per sion of individual His remains were brought to Lancas- - morecomplex. Mr. Desha Breckinridge which we are all so proud. AH wenwn show and various other attractions ter on last Friday and after services at of the Lexington Herald has strong of the district that are twenty 10 of voung boys, both white ard black, line "Tiger Bill" From Hungry Hill. brought to town on last Monday one of the Christian church by Eld. F. M. backing for the place in the person of years old and older are privileged t 05! who when haled into court for their ofper line Obituaries, fenses, with the cunning peculiar to An aggregation whose coming was the largest crowds seen in Lancaster Tinder, the local lodge of Odd Fellows Secretary McAdoo, as well as Gov. Mc vote and are expected to exercise tki more hardened criminals, shifted the heralded by small hand bills as "Tiger in many a day, so large it was that by took charge, and after performing their Creary, Johnson Camden and J. J. C. power. We are authorized to announce the responsibility to the shoulders of one eleven o'clock the livery stables were funeral rites, were interred in the Lan- - Mayo from this stace, while Senator Democratic 'i of their number and he was "made the Bill's Wild West Shows", blew into following candidates for ' James is standing pat for Ben Marshall $250. In Cold To Be Awarded town on Tuesday and consisted of a compelled to turn away customers.both caster cemetery. The BsT Nominations. goat", or in plain english was made to wagon out fit of some eight or ten ve- hitch and feed, and the hotels, restau air. Johnston was born in the state or for the position. Another Who Wins State Championship In suffer for the crime of the entire ag-- t hicles drawn by poorly fed horses rants and boarding houses were taxed ' 0f Pennsylvania, For State Senator. but came to Kentucky serious complication is spoken of as gregation, while the remainder of the driven by cow boys who would have i ii.uu uiKiinuji w Corn Clubs. it mc uuufcii and settled in Garrard county before having arisen, is that Judge Robert L. ANDERSON. CLIFTON RODES gang are doubtless laughing over their looked more at home between plow cr0W(l- the civil war. He was a blacksmith by Stout of Versailess is to be the eleventh Of Boyle County. cunning in thus evading the punishment handles. They pitched their tents on There was considerable stock on the traiie am f or a ,vn;Ie af ,er -locating . hour candidate in, comnrnmise. and is to Mr. J. B. McFerran has announced r ! which they so richly deserved. The the ball park and gave two exhibitions mantei. auu mercnanis repon a spienaia For Representative. here worked at that occupation, after have the support of the Breckinridge that he will give 230. in gold- - to tie raising of the boys of the community to very small crowds. TJie day of the uusiness. ward purchasing a farm in the Mc-- i followers, whether or not Mr. Breckin- - boy member of a corn club- - who win JOHN M. FARRA. is something which cannot be handled old time wagon show has passed and a Creary neighborhood, and there he liv- ridge would be willing to withdraw from the state championship and exceeds a by the police, when the police are com- near wild west show does not attract J. R. MOUNT. A Much Needed Enterprise. ed until a few years ago or until his the race in favor of Judge Stout is not y,e,tl of 150 bushels on his acre, pelled to step in as a usual thing the the people of this locality any more, yet known. In the meantime the Tn'3 should be an incentive to ever Judge. The Garrard Milling Co., one of the advanced years prevented him from For County youngster is so steeped in crime as to and "Tiger Bill" has doubtless mad? tending to the duties incident to farm adherents of Ben Marshall are warmly member of the Garrard county club. most progressive business make his redemption by moral suasion his last appearence in Lancaster. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. in Lancaster, has installed a machine ' life. He married Miss Jane McDonald i asserting that the latter gentleman ha3 and one of them stands as good a out of the question. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. for the manufacture of concrete blocks a member of a well known family of I the place cinched. No intimation has chance as anyone else to get this splenThe remedy for the evil lies with the Forest Nurseries. and expect to be able to supply the this county, and she many years ago as yet come from President Wilson as did prize. For Sheriff. parents of the community. We have He is sur- - to who will knock the plum, and until Two nurseries for the growth of for- d.emands of the community along that preceded him to the grave. no curie w uw that will enable the po C. A. ROBINSON. ' lme upon short notice. They expect at vived by two sons, Messrs W. McClell- - such indication does come, the friends Contract Awarded tor The Erection 01 lice to compel the small boys tnh. ff est tree seedlines and transDlants w;n ASHBY ARNOLD. wUM..uC ea" uttle w- "ave a sanpie oi .meir ; a "". u" . -- ouiwiou, oom oi wuui.i the street at a reasonable hout at be started in the near future, one nPnr a"...i. w'. L. LAWSON. . Another Handsome Consolidated j . .i urge their mans claim, each one tirnight, nor i.3 such a law desirable, this Frankfort. Ky., and the other ontwen- - wo'on """Diuon in oraer mat xnose make their home in Jessamine county, to W. S. CARRIER. who desire work of this kind may see and by three daughter, Mrs. M. Belle i with apparent confidence of success. is a matter which should be governed ty five acres of land belonging to the School Building In Garrard Burnside, who resides with her daugh- by the parents themselves, and which State Fair at Louisville. The State ,JU what they Can obtain' For County Attorney. The manufacture of concrete blocks ter Mrs. Larry Jones in Monticeiio Ky. Every Good Citizen Who, Is Fond Of Fish-County. . if they would take a little more severe- -' Rnowi f Forestry at its quarterly G. B. SWINEBROAD. ly in hand would materially reduce the meeting on April 21 made arrangements and other concrete work has been long Mrs. nimaiii raiicrson ui vaiuornia ing Or Hunting Should Become The bids were opened on Tuesday afGREEN CLAY WALKER. to undertake this work. It will csst desired in Lancaster, and these people and Miss Nell Johnston who is attend- number of incorrigibles. ternoon at the office of County Super-j Member Of The Fish & Game Mothers where does your boy spend nVmnt STKO pirVi tn oatnhlicti tlio nnrc. i are stepping in at an opportune mom- ing Normal school in Richmond. For Jailer. intendent Jennie Higgins for the erecoy an upngnt ana honorable me , !his evenings,, do vou know? What eries and the stock from them will be ' ent' ana WI" aUD"ess nave about an Club Of His County. tion of the new consolidated school JACK ADAMS. are his environments, who are his furnished to the people of the State at! thfy ca? do durin the building season since coming to this county Mr. Johns- - ; vvo" DAVE ROSS. r.espe" ana e3leem 0I lne ' The impression seem3 to be abroad in ' building in the Buena Vista district. cost in order to encourage the refor- - ul,s Pmi& "".' associates? If you do not know these "'? .. there were six bids for the worn, ami ciLiznnH Him inprp wna nnr n nivtv iiihu ..w swV mnra nio-n-. onmo pnintiaa rnor .. present " things, it is high time you were finding esting of cutover areas and waste lands. tne contract was awarded to Mr George ly esteemed gentleman ever lived here. On Jockey Row. , Peidler "Gets Bad" For Assessor. .w,. ,i, :..- -: These nurseries are projects which will them out Too late when that boy During the latter years of his life he the game ,aW3 of the gtdte ;s a war of Smith Sr. of Lancaster, the amount of through your indifference or neglect, be of great benefit to the people of the George Wright of Danville came over DAVE C. SANDERS. and within a very short time will frnm Tlanvillo nn frn1oT natanoirklir lived in Lancaster, and his kindly dis - , the town neoole as aiming th ,trv nwbw being $6300. Mr. Smith has falls into the clutches of the law for State E. B. RAY. and courteous demeanor won 'neonle. and this imaginaUon is said 10 I Had the supervision in behalf of the some of his misdoings, too late when be self supporting. for the purpose of peddling apples to P?sition J. B. COLLIER. him the love and esteem of the entire have iead them so far in some iniUn. t trustees of the handsome building just some crime of a band of young marau- the court day crowd. It is said that W. L. HUFFMAN. completed Lancaster, and will go Paint Lick Bridge. among the barrels of apples in George's community. He was a conscientious , ce3 a3 t0 become active in the . destruc. immediatelVin Bllpn.1 Vk( ders, of whom your boy was a member, mpmher nnrl fnitVifnl -- ..-. . tr luoln tiilomlnnt nf tU uon oi nsn oy means ot. "- " to ,. : ' stock was one containing brought before the county court to. dynamite. . considerable ,.. , For School Snperintendant. is , i n i. lick . juc uiiukc uvcr rami, t i LreeK on whisky, be this as it may however, nrisiian cnurcn ana also oi tne local i iiiiiu mi :.i t :i iiifiNMiHniiw rifi vv nmnr tn uuiumu o.,i, iiit-rnjvlinni nf fofta riavllnmi n tnM The new building is to be an exact lodge of Odd Fellows, and it was his without foundation; the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike, George MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. books of the appeared on Jockey Row very i reform. Too late then to inquire who Hinii'M iirQc curanf Qitrmr Vt trtrw4o ontiit, ucav uv request that his lodge should conduct local club are onen and evervone i . .. t ; Uu..u,.iK recently i 1 lite XCLCill !mfl,intnvi,tP,1an,ln,Utnr, " aie inn assujytxiK. wnere ne spenus For Magistrate. his funeral ceremonies. He wasdevot- - .hoartilv invitpd to inin pSnllv ; erected in the Paint Lick district, and lhKh water, has been repaired and.m,,ir.i,o.tf oi Uf' w. ; n f ' ,. ' ,, replaced and traffic has been resumed ' R .. , . . ?. MnJ ed to his lodge and during his stay here . the invitation extended to neonl living w.,u be another splendid addition to the 1st District. tv ..v....e. or not he is ucauiiit; liic educational institutions of the county. over it. The cost of the repairs was his JOHN N. WHITE. clutches before he had done further even when his frailties made it necess- - out in the county, and if they fai, t0 straight and narrow path. . .. ! lAfTAA f. I "u ",c WUI"' ' damage than inflict a slight scaln wound. aiy.lur """ lo ue assisieu up me sieps, take advantage of the opportunity, it MOSS. WALTON E. This article is not intended as a lec Political Pot Begins To Simmer. by the was done V... day, the contractors Wright SHIPTONH. ESTES. then selected from ture on morals, but is prompted by obhis ' he delighted in attending their meet is their own fault. The purpose of the being paid a small per cent over the ings. DAVIS SUTTON. Fish & Game Commission is to protect i All three of the political parties aresenal, which consisted of a shotgun, servation of actual conditions prevailactual cost of the labor and material revolver, dirk knife and brass knucks, i Mr. Johnston was 83 years of aKe the fish and game of the state, from were exhibiting marked activitv on ing in the community, observations 2nd District in the work, and in this manner used a revolver and fired a shot into the air; and for many years has been growing i everyone, town man and conntrv man Monday. made by a very keen observer, one Vhe announced can- CHARLES C. BECKER. damage was repaired at the least who has watched the downward course about this time Chief Herron and feeble, and his death was not unexpect- alike, and every one who is caught vio - didates for democratic nominations TAYLOR T. BURDETT. possible cost. The repairing of this officer Ernest Hibbard descended upon ed, but there is not one who kr.ew him lating these laws will be dealt with were putting in their best licks and i of many a wayward youth whose course LOGAN ISON. i bridge will mean much to the merchants Hp was to whom the intelligence of the death alike, and that severely. urging their respective claims for the Him nnrl took him tn iail. could have been changed very easily, of Paint Lick who have been greatly of "Uncle Tom" did not bring a tinge j In so far as "ine local orginization is i offices to which they aspired upon the We are authorized to announce the but who from neglect or carelessness injured while it was out of commission taken before Judge Harris on Tuesday sadness, and many eyes were dim i concerned, it absolutely without feehncr ' large crowd assembled. morning and finPd S5n. and costs,. wliir-was allowed to follow that path until it following candidates for city offices, because of the fact that customers The old line republicans were caucusvery cheap for his day of pleasure. I with tears at the passing of this belov- - j directed toward anyone, its sole pu:- was was eternally too late. could not reach the town without follow-- a For Police Judge. He is now in jail awaiting the action of ed, Godly man. The Record joins in p03e being the protection of the fields , ing, ami while we were unable to so- There are i.o saloons in Lancaster, roundabout course. a ways and means committee who are the sincere condolence of a multitude and streams of the county, and the cure definite information as to their there are no blind tigers in Lancaster, E. W. HARRIS. endeavoring to raise the amount of his of friends to the stricken family in club is composed of many of the very plans, it is generally understood that but do not infer from that that itt is J. P. PRATHER. Street Fair Next Week. their great loss. best citizens of both town and county, i they will have a strong and complete fine and release him from jail. impossible for a boy to go astray; take ' Are you a member? If not why not. ticket in the field. the safe course, watch your boy close- - j The Littlejohn Co. will be here next ( Faultfinders Are Seldom Helpers. Fine Cartoonist. The County Committee of the ProThe object is a worthy one, the expense Around Lancaster, just around JV. see that he is home at a reasonable weejj for a week at the Ball Park There are many to criticize and many is comparitively nothing, and the good gressives was in session and also about other towns, are many precocions iour at nigni, mat me company he under the auspices of the local lodge Mr. Clay Sutton, of Lancaster, was youngsters, boys who are destined to keeps is of the proper kindT in other of 0dd Fellows. This same carnival in Danville yesterday to place an order to offer advice in this world, but how which may be accomplished is absolute- thirty of the adherents of that faith form the future citizenship of the com- words, bnng him up in the way he company was here for a weelfs engage- - with the Danville Lumber & Manufac- few real helpers. The New York Sun ly illimatable. Do you not hear more were present, and the following tengo, munity after the great majority of the mpni loaf J WW. J nrtd rrnvp Rnlpndid finfr- - turing Co., for some extensive im- tells of a recent incident on the streets quail whistling in your fields than in tative slate was submitted and met' ... ..... . ...L... ..WV vpnr . . Q years? Do you want those quail pro- with very favorable consideration. present generation have passed to their isfaction, in fact they succeeded in re- provements to be made to his handsome of that great city, where a horse drawreward. The majority of these younging a cartload of coal, stalled. A great tected? The club will protect them For county Judge, J. B. Bourne, Shermoving a great deal of the prejudice home near that city. Mr. Sutton is one Appreciated Words. you seen any of those iff, Forest Stapp, County clerk, E. C. sters give promise of becoming useful which has existed in the minds of of the best cartoonists in Kentucky, crowd gathered about, and many were for you. Have men, provided they are trained in the The Record very much appreciates many of our people against "street but only does the work as pastime. He the words of advice spoken to the driv- handsome strings of small mouth black Stults, County superintendent. Miss right pith. "As the twig is bent, so the kind words said in a letter just re- fairs". recently had one in the Lancaster Rec- er. One advised whipping, another ty- bass taken from Dix river, with a hand Stella Hendren, Jailer, Sam Prather, the tree is inclined", and many of ceived from those good people Mr. and Their shows are interesting and at- ord depicting Bright Swinebroad and ing a cloth over the horses eyes, blow- pole this spiing, the best catches in Assessor John Green, Representative. these youths are not following the Mrs. Cyrus Eason formerly of this tractive, and at the same time entirely Green Clay Walker electioneering for ing in his ear, and such things. Just years? Do you want it to be continued J. F. Holtzclaw, Magistrate. Lancaspath which is calculated to bring them place but now living at Bondville in free of anything of an immoral nature, county attorney. Both candidates are then two sailors came along, and one possible to make these catches? Join ter precinct, R. S. Brown, Union, J. peace and prosperity in the years to Mtrcer countv. Aflpr thnntinnr o fnr there are no gambling devices or well known in Danville and the cartoon of them called out. Ay, mate; butheres the Fish & Game Club, it will protect L. Coldiron, Buckeye, Harrison Ray come. They are up at night long after ' the stand taken about publishing whis-the- ir hangers on, the management is com- created much amusement. Mr. Sutton a craft on a reef". "Over with her, the stream as well as the field. Fisher- and Bryantsville Rufus Moss. Many of these gentlemen whose elders have retired, smoking i key advertisements, they conclude with posed of courteous gentlemen, and the is a genious not only at drawing, but in then." Both seized a wheel for a lift, men from all over the county are going . cigarettes, using bad language, keep these words; "We like Mercer fine but week is looked forward to as one of preparing articles for magazines and the driver clucked for the horse to go to Dix river and fishing with a hand names are mentioned above have not ing the company of their elders, elders dear old Garrard has a warm spot in pleasure. Mr. Littlejohn carries this newspapers. His work has been .high- ahead, und away went the loadaseasily pole, and having fine success. The signified their willingness to make the who oftimes are unfit associates for our hearts and we always hail with de- year two free attractions, a high diver ly complimented, and it's a pity he as you please. They were the only two Fish & Game Club have made this pos- race, and other candidates in addition men of their own age, much less youths light the day that brings'us the much and balloon accension, and these acts doesn't give his old goose-qui-ll more in the whole crowd who had not advised sible. Join their ranks and help keep to the names mentioned will doubtless have a try for the nominations. up the good work. of tender years.tand these youths as a improved Central Record", will positively be produced every day. exerdise. Danville Messenger. the driver how to do it. The Central Record Of Quaiit J AS W. SMITH, Houseir1rnFirirrii1 y 3IJIJiJir 30 3E 3C 3G 3 11 EHE ' ' ,1 LZ, matter of course think it smart to emu- . losm-pap- ! d ( ' ' i ' nt i ' ( , I j i - . .. I ., ,. . I -- j ,; ) , .; . I J ( ,. cnHo ... .:. 1 .the (,... I .ii "'" I .f. ,rt- ,f ! """"" ... I I I I I . h J ( -- ' -- 3C 3. ?''' frr" . . . The Central Record, Friday, May 2, 1913. club women their premises model in every communihave "something to look forward to" ty, and it urges the distilleries and owners of cattle pens, against which in going to Middlesboro. much just complaint is being made, to (Kdlted By Tlie WomuunClub) ' civic Kotes. clean up and plough the pens as soon : If an olhcer has not called on your as the cattle are removed, and then t OnJtfay 21 the Literary Department who are lookiug for will hold its last meeting under the premises do not get discouraged he use not less than 25 barrels of fresh direction of the chairman, Mrs. R. E. will be there. Many unsanitary con lime per acre on your premises.' it novelties in all distinct The Board appeals to the press, . .rf??X McRobcrts, with Mrs. Sutton as leader. ditions have been reported to the Health fc "ft&ZZS Board. Remove the breeding place of teachers, medical profession, Wdmcn's kinds of The subject is, "The Mountanier in i 2S Clubs and Civic Leagues to cooperate Literature. uet every meniDer 01 the fly, the manure heaps. with the authorities and people in doyears the club be present, as the next We wonder why it is hogs are al- ing these things, because it will save work will be decided on at this meet- low ed to stay in town until May 1st. money, and will save, what is far inure ing. The last musical will be on May If this is a cause of flies and sickness, important, the health and lives of the 23rd. will bs able to gratify then they should be removed sooner. best people on earth the men, women, The committee appointed for the sel- A heavy penalty and fine will be im- and children of Kentucky. their tastes and save Given under our hands, this April 25, ection of next years officers presented posed on all who have not complied much money by coming 1913. the names of Mrs. Theodore Curry, with this ordinance by May 1st. John G. South, M. D., President. President, Mrs. Frank Marksbury, here. We invite the We notice that all of our "sister J. N. McCormack, M. D., Secretary, and Mrs. Riley, Secrepublic to compare qualities and prices in every department tary and Treasurer. This selection cities" have had days set apart as of our establishment with what they can find in other met with the hearty approval of the "clean up" days. Danville and Har- Women Candidates Lose In Harrodsburg range of selection, newer goods, entire club and under these able of- rodsburg are doing active, earnest stores. We offer a wide Election. ficers the work of the club is expected work, while Winchester and Bowling better grades and lower prices Green are offering 15 and 20 cents a push forward. to , For the first time in the history of quart for dead flies. R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. Harrodsburg, the oldest town in the The success of a club is measured Remember; no dirt, no manure piles, State, women voted and voted for wonot by the scope of its programs, but no 'flies. 3CZZ3C: 3C 3C men. The election was held to fill two by the inteiest it awakens and the vacancies on the Board of Directors of number of people it sets to work. Proclamation To Prevent Sickness. r the graded school. There were two Y92I A great deal depends on the comW1&&r&f'SrS&i&i?&' women candidates and two men. Mrs. Bowling Green, Kentucky. mittee that arranges the work. In all Be it known of all people that the Letcher Riker, a former president of HI Ci raC3BP3V iS99KICI cases the committees ought to be acState Board of Health, in the exercise the State Federation of Women's Clubs tive, they ought to be made up of of authority vested in it by law, and and Mrs. Fred Currey, a noted educawomen who are really interested. n because far more than half the sick- tor, made the race against George and II. C. Smith. The race has There is always criticism of active ness and nearly half the deaths of members in any organization, and the every year are from preventable and been warm for several weeks. The charge of "running things" may be filth diseases, hereby issues its proc- women candidates and their friends expected as a matter of course. A lamation earnestly urging the authori- kept the columns of the local pres3 fillclub that is fortunate enough to include ties of every county, city, town, school, ed with electioneering appeals for vota few who care enough for it to give it corporation and home to set apart Fri- es, while their opponents used only The time, enthusiasm and hard work ought day and Saturday, May, 2nd and 3rd, oral and personal persuasions. canvass was spirited and created in. to be very thankful and allow it to be 1913, for the most comprehensive, CdB clean-uliming and white- tense interest. Politics cut no figure "run", it is a fortunate organization which gets the impulse of ardent washing campaign ever undertaken in though both the men candidates said spirits, eager to keep interest fresh Kentucky. It asks the officials to ar- one of the women was of Democratic range in advance for teams to haul off proclivities. Many country people of and people active. A ? all garbage and other refuse, and to both sexes came in to town and crowded about the nev courthouse, which We are asked to announce the annual provide proper places for their disposf meeting of the Kentucky Federation al, that householders, especially the was christened today by women suffraA up-to-da- te. of Woman's Clubs that no engagement women, children and servants, cooper- gists casting the first votes ot their may be made that would conflict with ate in collecting the same, and that lives in the new building. The result of the election was a great the Federation. June 10, 11, 12, and teachers and students devote the fore18 are the days set for the occasion, noon of Friday to cleaning up and surprise to all, The vote stood 388 for g and the place of meeting is Middles-borthe school premises, Bohon and Smith, against 110 for one of the most beautifully lo- giving particular attention to the cated towns in Kentucky, nestled in privies; and the Board makes an esthe lap of the towering Cumberland, pecial appeal for this cleaning up and Harrodsburg Has Men Who Belong To at the Cumberland Gap, the gateway white-was- h at every country home in Stone-Aof the State, even -- as it was when the State. Daniel Hoone came through it into Swatting one fly of every 1000 hatchIt is astonishing how mai.y Stone-ag- e 5 NsIieeJ Kentucky from the South. A Middles-bor- o ed is all right so far as it goes, but it men are manifesting themselves in paper in speaking of the meeting is far better and easier to stop breed- Harrodsburg these latter days. Men has the following to say; "The State ing them. Over 90 per cent of flies who actually or tentatively hold to the Federation of Women's Clubs will are bred in horse manure, in stables absolute tradition of Woman's inherent ajMt'j . VS'W meet in Middlesboro in June and bring and their surroundings. It takes 10 inferiority. We quote from a most A JfT ?3 tf i together about two hundred of the days for flies to hatch, and if every highly reputable and conservative arJ(er,.slil2& Chctera, Gaues, LimberneeR, Rgu State's most intellectual and charming barn and stable, public and private, magazine "And the more inferior the sxc-"oiJwomen. This will be a great thing could be cleaned, the manure scattered man the more tenaciously he .clings to Diarrhoea 2nd all diseases of Poultry rr for Jean and tfual.il the brat for us. Organizations of various kinds on the fields where it is needed, and his ideas holding fast to it, also his Mji Kite Brrs'.t. Du&Iown. K7.. mt? "I h"e usrj Rrij ' poui y rciN-I- y u.s' Ilcurn eapndl:iri:e:nkv-itHoctaJ- o! Reap: 4.11-4have met here, but this is the first this could be repeated every Saturday, own personal property The Stone-Ag- e cropped down tr.c Mel a sapini "One drop Itil the bat pmrsln e I have ever used. c&ctea UU ll.e worm and relieve! the honor of this kind to be bestowed upon it would practically end the fly busi- Woman." The question before you llfn. as J Ca;rar.tecd fcy J. Rob:. Crane, Bardsiows, Ky. Price 50c at cl I Druists. Man or Woman, us". This shows the cordiality in the ness. The Board appeals to the rail- my dear Mr. Any-Ag- e Ot.O DV attitude of the town to the Federation roads and other corporations to make is not now Woman's Suffrage, from C. C. & J E. Stormes. Pagft 3 any Dohticat standpoint and it belittles any mind to consider it so, orto call it a question of political or ersonaI politics. The question to be voted upon next Saturday, April 23iii, is a question of the child and the schoji, and touches the home froni every standpoint. Our Stitc Legislature has granted the women of Kentucky the right of achoal suttVagc. Therefore every woman, as well as every man. if he or she, will, or will not, becomes responsible for our schools and their management. W- do not say one woid to the tli trimciil of the School Board as it has atood. but we do say that new blood brings new life, and new management new methods. And we believe the two new candidates, Mrs. Letcher Biker and Mrs. Fred Currey both candidates fully qualified to cooperate with the four masculine members of the board in making the schools of Harrodsburg schools of which we may be proud. A school in which the best is none too good for all alike. No conventions, no sentiment, can relieve you of the responsibility if you vote or not the responsibility is yours without a question, both for men and women. From 7 a. in., to 0 p. m., Saturday, April 2tHli.. at the Court House. Remember. Harrodsburg Leader. - P n nr-- nr SHOPP y Good irrnr ! 3C 'and indicates that the , D if Ihs Romans Club! wtcdilr r'iri.' ..L vJTb t I To Save Life First Vice-Preside- nt IE icD and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. oF'C5ft?!ra psaaBRi IYUJJ SUMM.tt.tt FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank County Court Days. Printers Bring Second Annual Meeting To Close With Banquet. Bo-ho- T p, npw Runnlv iiiQt in anri ... cubes . g ! 1 Mrs. 1P0IF o, white-washin- ge. Poultry Saisexs rf C 4 The second annual Kentucky Printers' Cost Congress came to a close with a banquet in the main dining room of The Seelbach, which was attended by 120 employing printers from all parts of the State. All of the speakers expressed extreme satisfaction at the success of the gathering and testified to the benefit they had derived from the cost schools conducted by R. T. Porte, secretary of the Ben Fianklin Club of Cincinnati and T. J. Turner, of Covington. Officers for the coming year were elected in the final business session as follows: Wade Sheltman. Louisville, president; R. L. Elkin, Lancaster, first vice president; J. M. Moberly, Owens-borsecond vice president; Lucien Beckner, Winchester, third vice president, and T. L. Briggs, Glasgow, secretary-treasurer. The next meeting will be held in Louisville in April 1914. Resolution were adopted indorsing the administration of President A. D. Mil'ier, of Richmond, and looking to the extension of the cost system throughout the State between this and next April, when another cost congress will be held in Louisville. It is expected to bring this about through district meetings from time to time throughout Kentucky, in charge of district chairmen, and through "the organization of local club3 in cities wherein there are five or more printing plants, Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 these clubs to take in as members I printers in adjoining towns. LANCASTER. KY. o, Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. J S BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer 3&c3ii&g3m$0 giE5giritfynfcmiPiflE0 m&twm0m0mmm0 WIUL EXHIBIT HERB ALL NEXT WEEK 8-- Hi -- mm 4 w030Qfr&ijSK&jmwF . gh Class Shows-8Sensational FREE Attractions- Balloon Ascension Every Afternoon. High Diver Every Afternoon and Night Prof. Salvador Battiato and his Royal Italian Concert Band rendering the Music. I - This Carnival stands alone as the CLEANEST, MOST REFINED and MORAL on the road today. Mr. Littlejohn will positively allow no gambling of any kind around his shows. Come out and see the shows and have a good time all next week. . 1 S KA '"C 'V. i Pag6 4 ngrgxagaMffj A. The Central Record, Friday, May 2, 1913. Be A Charming Woman. woman who didn't have beautiful hair. The charms of :i beautiful woman lie in her hair. Many women do not realize the attractions they possess because they do not give proper attention to the hair. The women of the "400" are famed for their beauty, not because their facial features are superior to those of other women, but because they know how to keep young by supplying vigor, lustre, and strength to the hair. Up to a few years ago PARISIAN Sage could hardly be obtained in America. But now this delightful hair restorer can be had in every town in America. R. E. McRoberts sells it in Lancaster for 50 cents a bottle, and guarantees it to grow beautiful, luxuriant hair: to stop falling hair, eradicate dandruff. You never saw a beautiful THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. The blind tigers squeal, the bootlegs hike, The boozers "go without", Mrs. J. M. Amon is on the sick list. The water wagon holds the pike. The wets are losing out. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp were in Lexington last week. BUtJKKYK. .pWtjAttgsatPPti f&7fZt&sz.0Slg& 1913 Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Saraual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C, Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. My Elliott. Directors. lam i. jyctflfiuBntgrag tkarmjr,&sryiHffllfcrrraMr'gg'n B. P. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with .us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. A of SURE SIGN service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution,are here evidenced: te DEPOSITS. April 4,1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $72,273 60 April 4th, 1911, $94,736.69. April 4th, 1913, $140,514.74. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I I M tiTTJ ferailte-. S3YBiYscii VCOJUrf'' ItsiiTtf -J IrarsjiraraJ ljsu rULf 'i .,',,''v'''iilurdJlZilX m Pursley's cwcZ&c2tYai&mnv r?T&, Iiifliau Herns MS Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,jMer-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR 45 TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Stings 1 Liniment for all Pain, Deafness. Burns. Bottle. Sprains Etc. 25cts per CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts, All on sale at E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. J J. raiYiOiYiOViVffViKX-nlay zjxj. vj vj xzjhvj. mini ramJ rai nl rai off, mmi CH J tai ai ca' IBlSjIlWili lS1i8Slfli!' IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Hotel Hesiyy 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 Elfgantly Furniturd Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elegantly Famished Rnoms with hot nnd TheCafels Incharceof TaixtIs andllio cUslne. in.d mtw-CI HO cold ruunins water and priate Oar is toilet, per day iwu Private Bath.perday Kleentlr Furnished Kooms with CI CQ $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Large Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per day Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should be made whenever possible. ."""' CO C( prices are most l.uidi'ratc. Kumpram sen ice, but choice ol clulj Imaikfast. each 3fl OUl. person Table d'hote lmiclwon from 12:00 to Cn 2:00 p.m.. person Table d'dote dinner, from C:C0 to CI flf 8:u)p. in., periwron vl.UW p. m. to 1:00 1. m. RithsliBer open f rom Jl ROBT. B. JONES, Manacer. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Met. HCTXt. Pattix, Chattanooga, Term., and HoTZli Ahslet (open May 12, 1913), Atlanta, Ga., under same management and ownership. The Housekeepers' League will pay twenty cents per quart for 'dead flies. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and "Swatting the fly" will be more profitfamily were the week end gu ests of able than picking blackberries . BowlAre 100 Per Gent Efficient and Are Mrs. Hiram. ing Green Quite a number from here attended in The war against the house-fl- y the funeral of Mrs. Linda Blakeman at inchester is on in full force now and Kirksville Wednesday. i3 expected to be one of the hottest Mesdames Nannie Ray afd Fannie fights against the pest ever waged in Wheels - The Hubs are of the best quality, Naylor of Judson were guests of Mm. this city. black birch. The rims are of oak and spokes of Mai Carter last week. Immediately following The Sun's oak or hickory. Tires are International Steel and are set urging a epmnaien a trains t the Miss Sallie Lou Myers was called last stoiv hot by hydraulic pressure machines. A special feature of a Ray, disease spreader, the Duty Drug Store Tuesday to nurse Miss these Famous Columbus Wheels is th. sand band, which ex announced that a reward of fifteen cents who still remains very ill. a quart will be paid for all flies brought tends well over the collar and prevents sand and grit from Messrs. C. C. Glass, Asa Jewell, and to the store and thi3 announcment will dropping to the bearing This means increase durability. John Teniston motored k over from no doubt set the ball to rolling. Beachey Will Fly No More. Nicholasville Thursday, and were guests This offer for flies will remain good So with all other parts of Columbus Wagons, Box, Box Bottom of Mr. Hiram Ray. until the last day of May, this year Centerboard, Boxbinder, Wear Irons, Grain Cleate, Double-treeBeachey, the aviator whose .Lincoln when a new offer will probably he or Singletrees, Drop Tongue, Front Gear, all are made from the recklessness has been the sensation of but the object best quality materials, and go to make a Farm Wagon that has End made, flies killed, so is to get all the the country for two years, says he will Only One Way to early that Lthe supply been giving satisfaction to hundreds of Blue Grass Farmers, as never flv again professionally. He bewill be cut short this year. well as to thousands of users all over the country. Send for illusCatarrh lieves that he has been lesponsible for trated booklet explaining in detail all the special features of this the death of a number of aviators. Reach the raw, tender, inflamed Splendid Farm Wagon. Home Is Home. This is the cause of his abandonment membrance infested with Catarrh of a game which has made him a rich germs, and destroy them. In time3 of great floods one frequent man. You can't reach the nooks and crevly hears the question. "Why do people "I have quit for good," he said the ices with liquid preparations there is live in such places?" To those who other day. only one way breathe the germ de- know little of floods from personal ex "I have made a fortune in a little stroying air of Booth's HYOMEI (pro- perience the answer is not easy, but BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ft more than two years. I have defied nounce it High-o-mdirectly over the the world is made up of a great many in that inflamed and germ infested membrane.. death at everv opportunity kinds of people and these inhabitants &acx?iK&Wix&& sagy st time. I have been a bad influence, HYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine ol the world are engaged in a great and the death of a number of youthful or other harmful drugs, it is a balsamic variety of occupations. The bottom aviators in this country can be traced, air made of Australian eucalyptus, thy- lands are highly productive, the floods I believe, to their desire to emulate me mol, and some Listerian antiseptics. It come at widely seperated intervals, in my foolishly daring exploits in the is guaranteed to end the 'misery of some have short memories of flood air. Catarrh and Croup or money back. It's privations and others are willing to fine for Colds and Coughs. take the chances. L. B. Shouse, Fres. Will Beasley, Mgr. EASY TO GET RID OF Ask R. E. McRoberts & Son about In all probability a few weeks hence is and the bottom lands along the Ohio Booth's HYOMEI outfit MAIN STREET. only $1.00 and they guarantee it. will be occupied as usual and familiar DYSPEPSIA Extra bottles, if later needed, 50 cents. forms and faces will be seen going KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, about the affairs of life in their accusA Prescription That Is Simply Splendid Just breathe it no stomach dosing. tomed way. With the dreadful experi In the. heart of the shopping district. living on the For Hen And Women. HAMILTON VALLEY. ence is familiesLouisville, the Point, as it called in one would Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Away goes gas, fermentation and suppose they would never return to after dinner distress five minutes after Mr. J. H. Hamilton Branded 151 head that place, but home is home, even if Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. of cattle and turned them out on the you are in danger of being washed taking Stomach Tablets. Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from Take them regularly for a week or range last week. away; and we are sure they would feel more and Dyspepsia or Gastritis will 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. like ducks out of water elsewhere. Rev. Lamb and Smith of Cartersville disappear. Stomach Tablets are holding a protracted meeting at Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. purify the blood by cleaning up the Bethel school house. Memory Of Henry Clay Is Revered On Stomach. That's why so many women Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lear visited His Birthday. take them for Sick Headache, Nervous-net- s her father Mr. John Million of Walston and Sleeplessness. The day set aside by Transylvania Be sure and try them for a week. last Saturday and Sunday. University to honor the memory of They will make you feel like a new H. Hamilton bought a work Mr. J. person. They clear the skin, brighten horse from Mr. J. T. Wells of Dripping Henry Clay was observed in fitting VV ESB- -I -e-a-i ES the eye, and make you strcng and ener- Springs for 185. and sold one in Lan- fashion on Friday morning at the chapel exersises. It was the one hundred getic in every way. Stomach caster on Monday to Mr. Clark for 200. anniversary of his and thirty-sixt- h Tablets will make you eat, sleep and Mr. D. S. Lane and Will Christopher birth. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our work better. R. E. MeRoberts & Son and Mr. Sopher of The speaker of the morning was Mrs knows it, that's why he offers money of Buena Vista Nicholasville were out here last week Desha Breckinridge, a great grandlarge and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, back if they don't do you good. 50 cts. looking over a large tract of white oak daughter of the great Pacificator and timber for staves owned by Hamilton there were also present upon the platbracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Bros. The Work Of Boy Scouls. form Mrs H. C. McDowell, grandSilver is excelled by none in the city. Mr. J. I. and Will Hamilton was here daughter, Mrs. Thomas C Bullock and The Boy scouts of America have which Mrs Minor Simpson, great grandadopted the slogan, "P.reventtheFly." Friday with two stump pullers daughters of Henry Clay. It is a wise plan, too. The boys will proved to be a success as three men and President Crossfield, of Transylvania acre per day one team can clean one go scouting for the flies. made a brief address in presenting Mrs 3 Cards bearing the motto "Prevent which would increase the value of the Breckinridge, and outlined Henry Clay's 15. to $25. per acre. 133-13- 3 the Fly" will be sent to the boy scouts. land from West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. services to the University, he having These cards will contain not only the been a professor in its law school as LMtlUtJIIISItSVlLbK. of flies and give a picture of early as 1804, and curator of the inthe damage they do, but also will contain stitution at the time of his death. He specific instructions for the scouts. Master William Blankenship is recov was in many other ways actively interH5 J fk be urged ."to ering from measles. First: The scouts will ested in the welfare of the University swat the fly;" namely, to kill the old Mr. F. L. Thompson bought of Mr. and for his services to it as well as to ones that have lived through the winter Kentucky and the nation, Transylvania lb shoats for 13. S. N. Gill, time, or are of the first brood of the has placed his name in its calender. season. Second: They will go spring Mr. William Elmore who has been so An especial appeal was make to the scouting for the breeding places for die's, ill, is reported to be a little better. young women among Mrs. Breckinrid Compounded according- - to the Original & Exsuch as stables, pigstys, garbage cans Miss Ellen Blankenship, who has ge's hearers, who were reminded that clusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie "Vhitc-Moo- n, and the like, for by cleaning up those they were the heirs and beneficiaries of The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment places they prevent the fly. If the been so ill of measles is convalescent. the women who half a century ago of human ailments. Endorsed in the Biblo. breeding place is a stable, the scout Little Miss Allie Mae Thompson vis fought for the right of higher education Thousands of Testimonials. tho will go to the owner and will endeavor ited Miss Ruby Parrish last Thursday SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat Body-Toni- c. for women. She pointed out that every CHARLIE WmiE-HOOto get him to sign a promise to keep the night. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write branch of government, depends upon TLe Coytio; Hn&Llci stable clean. Third: If the scout rinds A good work mule worth 200 belong- women for advice and help and said onir.fNAron or a garbage can that is not being taken CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N ing to Mr. Henry Anderson, died last that ail that the suffrage movement ChlttS-HIHDIil care of properly he will report it to the P.EMECIE3 week. asked was that the men, who in their 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky city authorities. Fourth; If he finds & S:i!!CE SO.'E Dr. Harmod, of Crab Orchard, was in public affairs, from charities boards to breeding places that are not being propjuvenile courts, are continually calling erly cared for and no available means this section Thursday to see the measupon the women for aid, would recog les sufferers. are provided for cleaning up these places JlrBlfgrfaaiMrrHfrpjis m Misses Zula and Carrie Naylor and nize their obligation to give women an he and his companion scouts will underresponsibility. Miss Gertrude Adams are the latest equal voice and an equal take the work themselves. The close of the address was marked The plan is to divide up each city and measles patients. by a remarkable demonstration of aptown into sections and appoint a troop The Baptist brethren have changed plause, and the speakers' platform at s; to look after that section. As a troop their prayer services from Wednesday the close of the chapel exercises was has several patrols, the section will . be night to Sunday. tne scene of an enthusiastic informal so that each patrol will have Mr. Phil B. Thompson sold a bunch congratulation. a seperate district to cover. So look of fat hogs to Mr. Joe Kidwellf of A number of mementoes of the pub out for the boy scouts of Lancaster, they Crab Orchard, at 8 cts. lic services of Henry Clay were shown will if you dont watch out. Born, to the wife of Mr. J. Charles to the audience during the exercises Rigsby a fine son. The youngster has and were inspected by many of the DECIDE YOURSELF been christened James Wilson. students at the close. The fishermen are complaining that The Opportunity Is Here, Backed By HT. liEUUON the rain and "dogwood winter" have via ruined their sport for this year. Lancaster Testimony. Miss Mary Wilson of Crab Orchard, Corn planting was in progress here Don't take our word for it. gave her pupils a nice treat of candy last week until interupted by he rains. Don't depend on a stranger's state- at the close of her school Friday. Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Grow of Pleas ment. Mr. Jones L. Anderson has had his ant Hill were with Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Premier Carrier To The South. Read Lancaster endorsement. residence newly painted and has install Grow last Monday. Read the .statements of Lancaster ed a nice lighting system, Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was estabMrs. P. B. Grow spent from Friday citizens. lished between Danville and Louisville which will afford , Mr. M. F. Lawrence, living near here until Sunday with her son Mr. N. T, And decide for yourself. patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg addion Dix river, had a couple of nice young Grow near Bryantsville. Here is one case of it: tional convenient train service to Louisville and return. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St, Lancas- steers to fall over a high cliff and break Mrs. U. G. Rains of the Wolf Trail a leg each. ter, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise vicinity was with her parents Mr. and SCHEDULE. Prof. J. B. Hutchins bought the Mrs. John Hamm Saturday night and Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the "Clay Bank College" property here Sunday. RETURNING. GOING. opportunity, as .they are certainly a Probably Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. fine remedy. I have not been without Saturday morning for 237. The Misses Moore's of Hickman ac (4 th ave cros'ng) 425 p.m Lv Lv Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m a supply in the house foryears. When- a higher price wculd have been secur- companied by Messrs Millard Hamm Prof. Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m Lv Talmage 8:08 a. m. ever my back becomes lame and pain- ed had the weather been fair. and Strawder Sherrow attended preach 6:48 p. m Ar McBrayer Lv Vanarsdale 8:13 a m ful, a few doses bring me instant relief. Hutchins will convert the house into a inghere Sunday. 6:56 p. m Ar Salvisa Lv Salvisa 8:16 a. m. At one time I feared that I had serious residence. Mr. Otho Montgomery sold to Jesse 7:02 p. m Ar Vanarsdale Lv McBrayer 824 a m. kidney trouble, The kidney secretions Mrs. Silas Anderson, mother of Mrs. two year old colt for $125 7:08 p. m Ar Talmage Lv Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. were unnatural and gave unmistakeable M. F. Lawrence, Mrs. W. W. Warren Sherrow a bought of Mr. Sam Rains a harAr Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. evidence of disordered kidneys. At and Messrs Henry and John B. Ander and ness mare price $157.50 (4th Ave Crossing) that time it was my good fortune ot son, fell by stepping olt a porch onto a 7:45 p. m Ar Louisville (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I began rock at the home of the last named Miss Nannie Coulter of Bryantsville, using them. In a short time my gentleman last week and received a and Mr. Henry Graham of Nicholas- This Train Makes all Local Stops. kidneys were normal." broken arm The break occured with- - ,'ville, were the guests of Mr. Wesley Thompson and wife Sunday. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 in an inch of the shoulder blade. Mrs. There will be a call meeting for the Co'., Buffalo, Anderson is quite old, being 88 years, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United and the break is a most serious one purpose of calling a pastor at Mt. He St. LOUISVILLE, KY. 124 South and will give the good woman a close bron on the second Saturday afternoon , Jj! States. 2?30 all members are urged fir' Remember the name Dean's and call. She is a sister of the late Huff in Mv at to be present. take no other. Dudderar who lived at Rowland. Times-Journal- Mr. Walker Bradshaw hss been quite ill at the home of Mr. Thomps Hill. Beats Picking Blackberries. Columbus W affons a Sold On Their Merits. Co.-deli- s, BeGker, Ballard k 6. ygtijgfcg g The Leonard 60, it A j0 tki U .. Victo r JbQ2?ll'X life-histo- ill IB - 7-- GOD'S MEDICINES COH-CEX-SA- II Mrs. ::SMlirSiii!lMlllMl ANNOUNCEMENT sub-divid- NEW TRAIN. get-YO- Danville i Louisville Southern Railway B. H. TODD, Dist Pass. Agt 4th OIiijjiyg!!ifij - fc . r, The Central Record, Friday, May 2, 1913. y Page 5 BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol fDarVXIulit Pilcjit Krnolc l'.'TiSO 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Record 2:29K, Trial 2:14. ' Half Brother to Lula Walts (2) 2:27. . Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 190G. 18. J Searcli-lUl- wfifiiAJ SIrer Sha.vljnvS:iT?i. Ilrook Ilrook S:lv, etc. 2:8TJi- - Keconl Billy !!urk i:lTy S :&''.,'. Meadow Hinm 2:(S',4, Zarrii.e SMf)i. UfUliroolc Uil.lVO.... Dam of l.nla Watts 2 .i. Rleuclier SSS'Ji. tr. 21:7: out t of aISriiOk hlsH-- r to bili-n2:10)4. llyst i:lmo27.".. 2:0.'.',. Itrlalitllslit t ttrnnil Mare. 23.s'i. Da-- k Wilts 2:W llarrv lay 13.2 r.'i'S50. VaiiH2:oyi, etc. sire of dams I Jetin y Clay "I XorHnod .Hello of Great Ijiood mare Hv Narool. (Baron Wilk-e- s 17iS. 2:1. Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. fMoVo2S7 Sire of lireii'li Vorke '(jiicen Ktliel. IlvStratlimore IfP. 2:WJ$ tVrno llitm of Bumps iivS;. Nalhe Belle (3) J.W'i. Silver Sills (li 2:CS. Monrlco ('!) 2.07'4 Susie Wilkes KutnoodSiOf. ariPJ. X. (32.tl?'4,ttC. ( Hre of Carl Wilkes 2.U1J.. Jenny Clay. (.Bettr Clav JIalf SUrer to Silent ( Itv Harry Clay 4i. Ham of Silent Brook 1trooV2:10U.U ddleClav 2.ir.', Iteddie Clay 4 Mlir-'s'i.aMII Clay 2:2V., etc. dam of IVne 2:-I SWS Sire of 21. luc i Alcyone T.l, 2:27. Xoouda Sirenf 00. dannof C. it .. l'. Silent Brook 197C9, 2:16J. sire of Billy Burk 2:03, Meadow Brook 2:0G1, Shawbay 2:07i. Zarrine 2:073, Betty Brook 2:01)2, Emma Brook 2:092, Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10.Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:lli, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Keddie Clay 2:25, and was grandam of Prue 2:21i. Moko 21137, sire of Fereno 2:05$ (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:0Sj (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:04. Native Belle (2) 2:075 (Futurity filly.) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:06J (champion Silk (4) 2:0Si, Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, ner,) Silver Mobel2:10, Mochester 2:10, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09J, Martha Tipton (4) 2:09, O'Xeil (3) 2:13, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03, Baron D. 2:10, etc. Bleucher 4C153, record 2:29, trial mile 2:14J, half in 1:0G, 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 grfat Futuritj sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race hoise families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur It certainly looks like this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHEU 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 The corn crop is the most B Buo&ysi tgl&BiiUSI. WWWl important of all crops Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high grown in the United States and less importance is $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. attached to the selection of Sire Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam baby Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Alniont Forest 2863 seed for Planting. Why not 3rd dam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; lib dam, daughter of Bories. increase your yield by Grey Eagle planting Boone County White, which will produce IGH from 5 to 15 bushels more Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 1G per acre than most any hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel other variety? W. Bush 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief Nelson of Lexington, Ky. is 1718, one of the two great chief sires. supplying his customers $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. with choice seed of this These" horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed variety at $1.25 per bushel action, and perfect gaits. I have facilties for c? ring for mares sent to me from a distance and will Order now so as to get it furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. In all eases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. before the rush comes. 4-- t. li a rt3 IB'! K m w&&myjm&m mm3m&Mr3MGm& Si uUUib! JON VERRICK. f5 i 6 & W Will make the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at ) I . 0 $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. M M Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:05 ' (who sold for 525.000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks. 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 2:24 Vi, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag CLOUD 3334. I I g 1 and Madleni Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20. Winchester 2:1954, Miss R. 2:30. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2:06K, and sold for a handsome price. I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15 hand Jack at M pf H (Si s &j S $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. g 4? LOGAN HUBBLE. g 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 responiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. M0mmBmmLjM iMy:;ci(LM acci-ciden- ts Official Directory Of Garrard County. W.Q. Walker, Stanford, AT BELLEV'UE FARM. Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. 1W Circuit Judze Hon. Cliarles A. lUrdlu. t'ommonneHlilis Attorney Hon. Eruioct Tur- ear. Circuit Clerk William li. Muster Commissioner W. 11. llroun. Trustee Jury Fnuil Beuj. I'. Kobitison. Official Court Stenographer JIN nc Slielbr Mi-o- n. t TIME. No. 4.734. Sire, Dignity Dare Dam, On Time mare. Standard Time is a black horse 16 hands. head and neck seldom eqvalled on any horse. in harness class when three-year-ol- MA:OU. I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by the show record AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first, 23 championships, 2 grand championships past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. in the $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. County Judge A. f) Ford. County Attorney J E. UgMh-oi- i. t.ounty Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tur.iIiiion. Coroner J , A. Jones. SnerllT George T. Ballard. Deput SUriff C. A. Kol.ln-Hi- i. 3tiperinteudnut of hcliooN Mi"- - Jennle Hfg girs. Vsscsor W. S. Carrier. Deputj Assessor i:. U. Itay. lailer Jack Adams. -uperis(ir of its ids Cleveland Bourne. fremurtrr II. W. PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:58 B. BURTON, LANCASTER. KY. Bingen 2:06 4. K liud-o- .MAMiTUATi:?. Todd 2:14 3. Bourne 1st. Di-- t. I. gau flu). UUt. liarrisim Ka Snl. Ii-- t. I.ni'-- Coldlion 4tli, I'iit. CrtlT.STV BiAi:i (IT 1. 1". s 1 inch high, with a Won several blue ties KDLTCATIOX. d. He is now saddling nicely. If Will They Mature Eaily. $103,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen. so'd at 50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for $23. COO. Bad.-- sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,0CO. l!c J. T. Huguely, ol for Gu.don Todd by his owner. S15.000 was refus-eB3yle County. raised To 1.1 Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. n rha To ids A ways Sell Cronl y I! oa- - dm t t 1) Mi.Mi.itr Sid . Dint J. Hendren. :rd. l)i-- t. llionms f. Klnif. ItU. Illt. CITY OF vfuyor II. T. f.ng.m. I'ltt. ;ou are looking for size, style, action and bone and a fine combined 'lorse, you shonld see Standard Time before booking your mares Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd. 2.1 1 34. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd i" America lt Jfiigc K. . HarrH. ilj Atturne U. II. lomllli-OCity CIik II K llcruciou. lty John M. Mount. r City 1. A. Thomas. Chief IVlice L. E. llerrou. W Trea-ure- make the season at my farm three miles from Danville on Stanford pike at the low price of $15.00 Hatrji't-i- i TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. COrXCII.MEX. IVrbcr V. fireory. Money due when mare foals or is parted with. II. It I'. Walter. Wm.Jlt-ii.don- . GORDON TODD 46793. Record 2:07. Brown horse, 13.3 hands, foaled 190G. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- M. Znuoiie. S. Creenieif. ' - jr" t" i - i' .,. ."Tjfdl ' 1 . Eufala, Ala. jfjfJC ... - fci7C - 32t TWtP- .'- ! EK3 jfe rW - - .v " re $30.00 1-- 4, 1, TO INSURE. 4, 2, 3-- 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 2.03 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. Dictator Todd 2 OS etc., son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.1G Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.03 Bingen 2.0G 2, 1- -4 4, IA& i" ,"i si-- - - jvs&f?.? s ..&2ss::"SS'r "51 wr. - ": .. tii & S&E&L. ? - " ' 3S . : ' i-. :- -. L.&N. t w. Phone 133-- 3 S. Tewmey, rings. DANVILLE, KY. i.,- artJZ- 'a mej? - r et d ' - t Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. Kentucky's Choice by My Own Kentucky 3764. 3765 No 10; 5:15 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- 2.10 3-- 4 etc.) . 4 ldam GolJen Ready Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 by Golden Slope.12431 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee Golden colt. For Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 extended breedii g, etc,, address, Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e Keir 2.1G 14, (R. A. McKnipht, 2.20 Todd Still 2.23, etc. Silence 2 21 3-2, 4, 3-- 4. 1-- 2.1am Mary Bee Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 3-- by Stranger 3030 4 Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of and Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 etc. Sire of the dams of Brock Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 etc. He was out of the Eoline 2.14 famous rr.are, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug v Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Uwens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver Golden Z10, 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.C9 Henrietta 2.24 Tulu K. 2.12 Col. Pattrick 2.10 etc. by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 413G. 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. sire as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, iwN 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. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Phone 523. Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, 4, 2-3-- 4, 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 1-- 4. 4, 1-- 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, 4, He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate of $75.00 to insure a living ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. Danville, Kentucky. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, .connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and Junction to Elfzabethtown & Bowling Will make the season of 1913 at my Green, and at Bardstown Junction to excellent carriage. stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Bardstown & Springfield. Hill Squirrel was sired by Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and No 9; 8:45 p. m. 20. to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red To Stanford, connecting with fast Squirrel. train to Bristol & Atlanta. He 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 Major R. L. C. Jr. Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. ill ltn im Villi Squirrel. street at Will make the season at "Elkin ' Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. $10. to Insure Living Colt. After Reading The Records. "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods who is the one most likely capable of doing it again to-da- 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 $10.00 to insure a living colt. Sire, Black Button one of the highest acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Kentucky. Also at the same time and place I will stand my tine big Jack. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue April 8th, has this to say regarding saddle sires: y And then HE correctly records JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, 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, Winning race record on Grand Circuit 1012, lull brother of Kuth McGregor 2.0SJ4, ft Grand Circuit winner of 1912. Son of Jay McGregor 2 OTjiTwho recently old for fifteen thousand dollars (JI5.000.oo) for export to Russia, and who sired Baldy McGregor 2.0fiJ4, who sold atnuction February 4th. In New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (16.000.00) for export to Austria, Illsdam is Baroness Bibjl 2.2."4', a daugh ter of Bbron Wilkes 4 t A great many people consider Chimewood the AA 1 ft 1lDdm' trotting stallion living; eon of LlllfllGWOOQ ZI1V HiKhwood2.21i and Chime of Bells by Mam brino King. His first five dims are In great brood mare list. Uncle Stc's Commission of four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Itommell Chief of Animal Husbandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (3.COO.O0) cash for Chimewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other of lers hare 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, dam a show Jennet by a son of Joe 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. BOHEMIAN KING 2410. The records not only confirm his stateThe place in the front rank as a sire of show colts get were winners throughout the United States ment, but are much stronger. Remember twenty six of his last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of" the saddle horse world. to-da- y. Thistle Doune 2:09 14 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 Investigate For Yourself. Then Decide. l4 $10. to Insure Living Colt We are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. $25.00 to insure Farm 3J JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. l a. miles from Danville on Danville and tlarrodsbnrg turnpike.-Locaand Long Distance Phone. No. 128 Danville, Ky. living colt for Each Horse. MARK GOINS, J. T. Rainey. Marksbury, Kentucky, Lancaster Ky. Lien retained on all colts for the Care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur Season due when mare is traded or parted with ALLEN 6 EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLENWORTH FARMS. Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blcod to Bohemian King, standing at $20. He too, is bred right, therefore, breeds right. Eage 6 The Central Record, Friday, May 2, 1.913. HORSE SHOW DAY. Good I P Record Breaking Crowd See Some Horses. Lsziirr: MaNIM HkHMAhAM fternoon. -- . flf TU '- -. :7 y?b?&5 QJ?Shis y 6VS&WffifST I s I I HASELDEN BROS., Agents. .1. J 0mfG&&M neighborhood in organizing a ing the extremely cold and rainy day Sunday school at that place next that it was, the largest crowd ever It is the desire that a seen on such an occasion was here. good crowd be present. Many of the best horses in central Kentucky were on hand while quite a The meetings of the Methodist church few of the noted ones were absent on under the leadershig of Bro. S. H. Pol-li- tt account of the inclement day. Good are still in progress and creating judges tell us that the show of horses much interest Good crowds are in here Monday was by far the best that attendance every night and the meetwas ever seen here, both as to quality ing has been very helpful and much of breeding and individuality. good should result The following were here. Thistle Doune, 2:9J, and Chimewood, The work on the Sunday school annex 2:19J, both good individuals, well bred of the Christian church is progressing and full of speed. Thpse horses were nicely-- and the contractors assure the well looked after by their owner Mr. building commitee that it will be com! OW do you measure the value of a Jas. Granville Cecil and that veteran pleted by July 1st. bargain i buppose you bought an Owing to the furnace of this church of trainers Crit Davis. engine that did practically all of your Gordon Todd, Record 2:07J owned by being out of commission the services hardest work for you, sawing, pump-Jn- tr ptr.. nnrl that .saved Jno. S. Baughman attracted much at- were held at the court house last SunDl "! &" tention and will prove very popular in day morning and will be conducted much money that it soon paid lor itselt. so this county. there again should the weather be so Would you call that a good bargain? Bleucher, Record 2:29J owned and cold as to need a tire, otherwise it will An I H C engine will do all that, and more. exhibited by W. B. Burton looks and be held at the church as usual. Bible Having paid for itself, it works steadily year steps like a race horse and although school to begin at ten o'clock A. M. after year until, like our Clay County friend Mr. Burton has owned some good ones with continuous service throughout the who has used an I H C engine for six years, in his time. Bleucher seems the best morning exercises, you will say, "My IHC engine is the best by far of any he has ever owned. bargain I ever made." Rex Helton, owned by Mark Goins University News. of Marksbury made a good show and Friday April 25th, was a large day was very much admired. Don Verrick, the well bred and hand- for the students of State University. are thoroughly dependable, and unusually some sorrel of Logan Hubble's made a The senior class planted their tree as d, is the custom of every graduating class, grey iron cylinThe durable. fine show and is very popular. ders and pistons are worked together to a. black the cadets had a day of rejoicing on Standard Time, the handsome perfect fit. Ground piston rings insure maxistallion by Dignity Dare and owned by the 25th, because that was their last fuel mum power from the explosion. The W. S. Tewmey made a favorable im- day to drill this term. The yearly cadet inspection took place on the 25th, mixer is the most effective known. Bearings pression and is a fine individual. are large and carefully fitted. No part is too Rex Moki, was exhibited by Mr. and they also had competition drill indiviheavy to be efficient, yet every part is amply Pete Parrish and was. considered by both between companies and strong. many the best type of gaited stallion duals, a medal was given to the best engines are made in all styles vertidrilled individual and to each individual on the street. cal and .horizontal; portable and stationary; Wilkes Boy, owned by Mr. Lem of the best drilled company. in sizes from 1 to air and water-coole-d; Teater made a fine show both in action The lamp and cross Fraternity compower, to operate on gas, gasoline, and speed and attracted much atten- posed of ten members chosen from the naphtha, distillate, kerosene or alcohol. Oil junior class invited the new members tion. power, for plowing, tractors, 12 to se old members. Sir Ray, owned by R H. Bronaugh who are to succeed the threshing, etc.; grinding, sawing, pumping and These new members who replace the was the only Perchtron exhibited and spraying outfits, complete the line. old are settled on merit, and in honor was a good one. You can get catalogues by writing our nearmembers they gave a for Hill Squirrel, by far the best walk- of the new est office. very enjoyable dance. The ing horse exhibited was ably shown by mal but Offices at Godasiti. 0.: Enurnte, Ini: KMinOe. Turn.; Mcniaii, Ttu.; varsity team left Sunday on their Nr Albur. lid.; Parkenlirg. W. Vs. his clever owner, J. T. Rainey. they will be gone for a Kentucky Peavine and Fitzpatrick baseball trip Company of America International Harvester week. Friday May 2 the women of the (Incorporated) whose proud owner is L. R. Duerson for the first time to Chicago made good shows with perfect gaits University are give a dance in honor of the girls at and all round action. Kentucky Stonewall, the handsome Patterson Hall. black of R. J. Hendren was in the IIIIKNA VISTA pink of condition and had many friends and was admired by all. High Preston, the royally bred stalMrs. M. A. Hamilton is on the sick lion of J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky was list. Several from here attended court in a handsome individual with good style Lancaster Monday. and.lots of action. Beau Naboth, one of the best harness Mrs. Virgil Scott yisited in Nicholas-vil- e stallions that ever went into a ring last week. was on hand and looked ever inch a Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lane of Louiswhen it comes to houses. When the paint winner, R. G. Pettus, Preachersville, wears off, the house is no longer beautiful. ville are visiting relatives here. is his proud owner. A house in need of paint is an eyesore to magnificent pony of R. Miss Mvrtle Ruble is attending the Barlowe. the In justice to your neigha community. I. Burton s was every inch a winner K. E. A. in Louisville this week. you bors, as well as to jour and is very popular in his class. Mr. Charles Scott of Lawrenceburg and, should keep )our house Two Shetlands of Mr. M. S. Baugh week. yourself, you should see that man were ably shown by his handsome was the guest of his father last in justice to Mrs. J. K. Daugherty spent the week young son and created much interest. end with relatives and friends in LexMajor C. Jr. a Shetland owned by R. ington. Phoenix White Lead L. Elkin, was a handsome little fellow (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) Dont fail to attend our special sale and judged by many to be superior to and Pure Linseed Oil. of Ladies ready to wear suits, coats, rESNHEa fib his sire. Diamond Dick, the beautiful pony of dresses and costumes, ten per cent during this sale. Date Satpaint is used on your building. You can W. S. Carrier was verj much admired discount and is being well cared for at the sta urday May 3rd, to Mav 10th. r.s well as the secure the most beautiful H. T. Logan. ISy ble of J. T. Rainey. most durable results with this paint. Shelbark, another handsome pony by colors-in-o- :l any lint and any shade adding Dock Gray and owned by Mr. Webb can be obtained. STANFORD. Rainey won quite a share of the We sell these materials as well as all the which was justly due him as he Mrs.'Jos. Coffey is very sick at the other painting requisites. is a fine individual. Varanda Hotel of diabetes. Come in and have a talk with us, and see The horses not on exhibition hut Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rice and Mrs. Tom if we can't suggest a color scheme for your well represented by their proud owners Rice are in Cincinnati attending Grand house that will appeal to your good taste. were; Opera. Kentucky Gentleman and Voltaire, Col. S. T. Harris has returned from owned by J. N. Carter, Stanford. Car rol Preston and High Cloud, owned by Martinsville, Indiana. He is much W. O. Walker, Stanford. All Pea-vin- e improved. owned by R. S. Scudder, Mr. Joe Heath of New York has been Bohemian King, owner, Allen the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. H. Lancaster, Ky. S. Edelen, Burgin, Ky. Chester Chief Severance. and Kentucky Choice, Joe McDowell Misses Margaret and Julia Zanone, of Denmark, Jr, Danville. Walking Lancaster, have been the guests of Mr. owned by W. T. Noel, Buckeye. The above horses were very much and Mrs. Wm. Stone. missed and quite a number were disapNews was received on Tuesday by pointed in not seeing them. Mrs. Mary Penny, his mother-in-lathat Mr. R. B. Mahoney wa s very ill. Sunday-a- Last Monday was regular horse show day for Lancaster and notwithstand- Brother F. M, Tinder will assist the good people of the Sycamore school-hous- e X777'77 '7 'rt' . V. '- 1$ , Jm y T"" ro 3 &a Ik's as long as g the bmldins and never ncedt I z 3 besides they are inexpensive and "look betler than cither. stss curl or rot 3 like wood shingles, nor have they the 4 great weight or brrtUeness ot s'.one sate ; a They won t bum, crack, 3 i: g ft -- L . For Sale by ?' b The Best Bargain You Ever Made 1 GOING AFTER THE -- ""' "You need something to clean op disinfect and kill parasites. - Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ... .- will do the work. D PENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We have a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or u rite for one. SURE IHC 03 and Gas Engines fine-graine- B Ky REMcROBERTS 9 P & Son, lancasler, jj "7' T SMI II J "Yes, our new wagon 's a Studebaker the only kind we KNOW" "The Studebaker idea has been in our family for sixty years. We have never thought of buying any other kind of a wagon." "It's true, we're continually being offered other wagons costing a little less, with lots of promises as to what they will do. But we know in our family what a Studebaker will do. A few dollars difference in price doesn't mean much. It's the sercice a wagon gives that we consider most." "Long service for a fair price means more every time than short service for a few dollars less." "That's 'why we stick to Studebaker and 'Stick to Studebaker is a pretty good motto for a man who uses "Studebaker wagons are built of good stuff. They're made tight by people who've had years and years of experience in making them rijht people who are trusted the world over.' "Studebaker wagons last, because they're made to last. "Look out for the dealer who tells you his wagon 13 just as good as a Studebaker. That's my advice after a good deal of and the experience of all of my people. You get a experience Studebaker and you've got a safe investment." See oar Dealer or tails as. 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This is one exclusive "Pittsburgh Perfect" feature of economy perhaps you haven't thought of. Our catalogue, sent free, tells of many more. Get a copy at once. Mads in Different StT!c. for FIELD. FARM, RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN. POULTRY and RAD BIT YARD and GARDEN tVOU VaUarcUlteet "Vcry & rxA tfliarnntoor! C.G.&J.E.Stormes y, Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pitttburgh Perfect" Brandaof Barbed Wire; If you are Interested in Wire Fencing, writs BricM. Annealed & Galranized Wire; Twuted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Staple : Regular Wire Staples; Poultry Nettins Naila; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Roofing NaiU; Single Loop Bale Ties; "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fencing. AU made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL iK Pittsburgh Steel Co. Ur tHatJoint! two-piece Ifr Wtmmmkmi patented ioint has the whole business of if building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid I stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at stave these joints, a J THAT PAINT Mr. O. LICK Dr. E. days. a special course in the use of vaccine L. Arnold of Kirksville, was and serum. He will be gone about ten attended Miss Susan Fisher the funeral of Mr. Joe Oldham at Richmond. Mr. Oldham" was a ' near relative of her mother, Mrs. E. P. Woods Woods. J. Brown is in Chicago taking nLLflvisLLLILBafvPT? 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 have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for yon on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. ce JMEoH W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. NHHi Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Lancaster, Kentucky. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. i in our town Friday. Mrs. Melitra McWhorter and three daughters spent last Friday in Berea. Miss Mattie Tribble of Shelbyville, is visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick. Dr's W. L. Carmen and H. J. Patrick left Sunday for a fishing trip at Livingston. Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter have returned from a visit to relatives at Lexington. Misses Jennie Higgins and Lucretia Skinner will attend the K. E. A. at Louisville, this week. Dr. and Mrs. B. Ramsey of Nashville, Tenn., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. Mrs. W. S. Fish has returned to her home at Stanford, after a visit to her sister Mrs. Walker Guyn. Little Harold Bottner of Junction City has been visiting his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bottner. Miss Loula McWhorter- left Tuesday for an extended visit to her sister Mrs. Laban Kirk at Paintsville, Ky. The very latest creations in ladies ready to wear garments direct from New York on sale at H. T. Logan's After spending several weeks in Louisville, Mrs. Margaret Kennick is at home with her sister Mrs. Robert Guynn. - T' be Troth d Paint ready-mixe- Supt. Garland Singleton's condition satisfactory to his Doctors. He has been suffering from apendicitis for which he underwent an operation on last Saturday. Mr. 7an Murphy who came from Panama to visit his mother, who is very Mr. Murphy ill. returned on Monday. has a very responsible position in connection with the Canal. Mr. J. S. Hocker and daughter; Miss Margaret, Miss Ellen Ballou, Miss Mary M. Math;ney and Miss Lissa Holtzclaw attended Grand Opera at Cincinnati Saturday. is very The value of paint can only be measured by the length of satisfactory service it gives. A building painted with Keg Lead and Oil Hand-mixePaint or ordinary d paint never looks well, and the results from this class of paint are never satisfactory. In a short while your property will look as if it had not been painted for years. To use cheap paint is a wasteof both paint and labor. Don't waste your .money on unknown, untested brands. Remember, painting is an investment, not an expense: therefore use the paint that stood the tesfof time "The Kind That Lasts" MASTIC PAINT rt "Tho Kind That Lasts" It is the product of more than forty years experience, and is guaranteed by the makers, Peaslee-CaulbcCo., Louisville, Ky. MastlcPalnt is made of pure White Lead, with Zinc Oxide in the correct proportions, and pure Linseed OiL The formula appears on every can. Mastic Paint covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and is more economical man any other paint. It assures 100 Mr. Mahoney recently underwent an operation at Battle Creek, Mich., from which he has not rallied. His daughters, Mrs. August Ballbach, of Long Paris, Minn., and Miss Virginia Mahoney, of Allensville, Ky., are at his bed side. The teachers of the Graded School accompanied by Mesdames J W Ireland, P. M. McRoberts, H J. McRoberts, G G. Perry, and S, B. Paxton, left Wednesday, morning for Louisville to attend the National Teachers Meeting being held at that place. results. Ask f orbeautifully illustrated book "Homes and How to Paint T7D 17 IVLtLe Them," also color card, showing 45 color combinations. By all means specify look attractive for years to come, Mastic Paint, and your home will R. E. McROBERTS & SON. - .,?r--I i'ifs',wy The Centraf Record, PndayMaySZflQlQ. ? JuJtUHiH Ti Page VI -- T H E2 the people .Of presenting absolutely the highest grade apparel at the most reasonable prices. Of plain statements and clean business J methods at all times. Of meriting public confidence. These are the reasons why this store has now such an extensive following and holds it. We wish you to be numbered with our many satisfied patrons. TRY US. m1MniMHMlgl1.rmujifncgjw .. .- This business was not built in a "day Mr n'fniar - rw p'v.ajraanssr-tgrarjTCicscgj?- : 5SaSM.3gs3s;tyw.i.7rcj;.rjr.cijfrre AY TTTninr- i I I I I v -It "is tbe result . of giving bUUXl EE DEAL rmMrw-r- " I I i i I ' J r i- -r-a-.-.m, The JosDeh Mercantile Company. Exclusive Dealers in Ladies Wearing Apparel. t I I ; v Johi i ueere One and urn Two-Horse. runners. Har- John Deere Disc and Drag rows, Cultivators, Etc. The line of Quality. J! Camplete line of John Deere Implements. Prices right. Quality Considered. I. MOUNT, SON & CO. Ifliy Salves Cant Care Eczema theory of cur-il- .incc t' p ( i.j i iouj.ii il.e blood lias been many different up !v mk.i'i h .i- Ixhii rwl for skin il!ee.isss. f. Iv-1! t It Ii foiiT. Unit tliese salves cnlv clo ti.t v Tih .iiM cannot peneirrte Ij 'ovj tlie eiiucnnis to the ir.ntr vv'iere tlie ccz?i a Rirnis are lodged 'innlitj. of penetrating This the probalily opl un Iho tremendous, mc-- l of Hie v 11 Known liquid eczema' cmnly. oil of wlntcr.'iwn, thymol, sly-- i . etc as compounder in u u.u. pin s sts -c"-ine- Pi W trouMrs imt none that vce can iccom end a hirihlj as this for we Know that D.D.D. stips the iun ul or.vc. eju. wa.it ou to j;ie D D.D. a trial. That i be enough to prove it. Of coarse all other druggists hao D.D D. rietcripiion go to them it yoi can t con e to n hut don't accept pom l)is prollt Hut If you come to our store, we are soceiiain of what D.D.D will do for yo that we oifer you a full size bottle on this srnarantee- If you do not And that it takes oiiay the itch AT ONCE, It uaie soJd other remelles for skin costs you not a cent. - t. l'tn 1 i - It. E. McRoberts & Son. ra3222S27e22Baes !MBSsttr&xncTXFxam-- : We Write Anv Kind of Office at National Bank. n i BEAZLEY & COULIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. - EKrerig-.- jr Ky. g' Phone 27. nff,iiirfoiMrii;iffi,"-g-,nu"'"gw,-'t-";;;?:s- ! 0fow.? 1 ;& I A. ;0XWG8XJGS$ --v &3M&0M S & r IV I' I va KHiai S . a. . iiUJLUii . 25-40-60 THE QUALITY LAMP. I SERVICE. We carry in stock Watt-Lamp- s. S I 1 . m 11 'I r Prices 40, 50, and 70cts The Mazda Lamp can save you money, besides you will enjoy the comfort of a bright light. i e S '''' Lancaster Electric light Go. A);)? ))6A&8 MIII ;i. Bont twntffitgtniil Ruast fh? j UMi fc for dumping a load of '"iKffla iWd ! just as you were passing' What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of By the way, don't you need some for dirt or stone in 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 it Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Col E. C. Hopper is spending a few Misses Rella and Mary Arnold spent Letter From Former Lancaster Teac'uer. days ith relatives and friends in Lan Tuesday in Lexington. 1 0UU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j Dear Friends: ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker Gregory's caster this week. We noticed in the Record the proMrs. Addie Landram McFarland 01 gram of an entertainment given oy my children are ill of the measles. NN New York City is visiting the lamily pupil , some years ago, and gave me 2 Miss Nannie B. Herring is visiting it For cement. coal, aand ami roc' of Judge R. A. Burnside. much pleasure to know that it was aprelatives in Stanford this week. f Garrard Milling Co. I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mrs. W. H. Collier and beautiful !it-- j preciated enough by some wr of my Mrs. John Lynn of Stanford is here j Oo:ns by Those Wt Are Interested In. tie daughter of Bell Jellico, Ky. are pupils to have it republished. For cement, coal, sand ami reek at Please for a visit to Mrs. J. M. Mount. give me the name. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier. Garrard Milling Co. f I We enjoy the Lancaatcr Record and Mr. Jackson ot Danville was here Mr. J. Y. Robinson returned from Ed Ross was in Lexington Saturday this week on professional business. Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime deeply s mpathize with all of you in Columbus Ga. last Saturday, after a for the races. and brick. your joys and sorrows. Garrard MiHuig Co. T. .. . . was winters sojourn in that thriving South-- i air. J. A. May God continue to bless your efT. E. Baldwin Jr. of Richmond was here Monday Kobmson of Danville ern city. mingling with friends. forts to benefit humanity, is the prayer Furnished boarding house for rent. among our court day visitors. Mrs. Emma P. Grant and daughters of yours in Christian love Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney BryantsviHe. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines has been confined Mrs. 0. P. Huffman of Stanford is moved this week to the new home they Mrs. Mary L. Yantis. to her bed with a severe case of grip. purchased of Too many buggies. I will save you the guest of Mrs. Emma Elkin. Samuel G. Ha&elden on Paragould, Ark. from ten to twenty dollars on buggies, Mr. and Mrs Ed Simpson have re- Richmond street. Mr. J. J. Raymond spent a few days Our school life i3 indeed the golden tf W J Romans. turned from a visit to relatives in Caliwith friends in Cynthiana last week. Mis. Ed C. Gaines president of the link that binds youth to age, and she is fornia. missionary society was unable to at Attorney J. E. Robinson was a recent still but a child, however time may You want to put that walk in out of Rev. H. C. Bell of Lexington spent tend the Presbytery meeting at visitor in Frankfort on legal business. have furrowed the cheek or silvered the best material dont you? Then buy on account of illness. several days with Mr. T. M. Arnold the hair who can yet recall, with a from the Garrard Milling Co. Mrs. Margaret Harold of Stanford is and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton, of Lan- softened heart, the happy days spent here with her niece Mrs. R. H. Bdtson. For Sale. Mr. J. G. Carpenter All of the and Mrs. caster, visitdd Louis Landram and wife 'with Mr. and Mrs. Yantis. Mr. Ed Collier, of names republished, bringing to Mrs. Mr3. J. Hogan Ballard is in Nicholas-vill- e Carpenter of Stanford were visitors in Wednesday Memphis, Tenn., has joined his wife Yantis laces and memories of other A handsome Oak Dining Table, En- visiting her mother Mrs. M. N. Lancaster Tuesday. and baby for a visit to Mrs. John days, long since stepped out of school quire at this office. Elder. Miss May Bodine of Washington Cotton Mrs. Boge Brown and ' life into life's school. Two fell before I have no clerks, no rent to pay, and Mrs. George Halcomb of Hamilton county is the guest of 'her cousins daughter, of Lancaster, have been reaching the noonday of life Lizzie no partners to divide profits with, this Ohio is here for a visit to Garrard Misses Addie and Carrie Arnold. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings and Abbie Yantis. is the reason I can sell buggies and relatives. Mi3s Frankye Kauffman is at homa Coleman. Danville Messenger. Maggie Curry. Berta Collier, Eliza harness cheap. W J Romans. Miss Pearl Sebastain of Richmond after a protracted stay with her sister Miss Jessie P. Weaver, Sup't of Smith, Scotta Petty, Liilie Kemper, has been visiting Misses Bessie and Mrs. John Shackelford in Des Maines Schools Scotch Collie is a great protection for of Mason county, Mis3 Lida Bettie Lear, Lee Anderson, Nettie Eunice Prather. Iowa. Gaidner, Sup't of Schools of Nicholas ' Kemper and Liilie Grant still live in women and children, a good watchdog, known. Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes of Those two clever gentlemen, Messrs county and Miss Jennie Higgins, our midst. Jennie Johnston hve3 in and best stock drivers Danville, was a guest at the home of A. E. Hundley and Howard Vanarsdale Garrard county's Superintendent, nh i far away California. Lena Gould in Pedigreed Pups for sab-- . rendf to go. W. U. MiuonJr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .Mount Monday, of Boyle werf pleasant visitors here are attending the K. E. A. m Luui.swile Indiana. Kate delvidge in Tenn.. Bos, this week are being entertain d at tlnr sie lantis m Arkansas, Lna lrvim in Mr. Dudley Conley of SoTierset was Monday. Louisville, and Leila .Marksbury in Lost. in Lancaster last week and took Mrs. John Shacklford and little son hospitable home of Mrs. Chnrles P. Danville, Ky. Lost on the streets of I.ancaster. several contracts for concrete pave of Des Moines Iowa ale here with Mrs. Weaver. Intervening j ears have not dimmed last week a bunch of about G or 8 key. ments. Shackeltord's mother Mrs. Emma G. the vivid coloring of those happy days, Mrs. D. W. Bridges Dead. finder return to me or this office and TCauffman." Rev. Johnson who has been conducting and while they live m the memory of receive reward. R. N. Beazley. Death is at all times sad but it the singing at the Methodist services all, the one who recited "The Wreck of Dr. J. A. Amon, looking every inch Paint Lick Ky. so in thecase of Mrs. D. W. the Hesperus" had preserved returned to his home in Crestwood Ky. a Doctor, has returned from Chicago it in a Bridges, a young wife and mother. Af- scrap book. on Satuiday. where he took a course For Rent. ter an illness which began some three The reminiscences of youth are a - Misses Jennie Higgins, Lucretia in this honorable profession. weeks ago when a little son was born trite theme, but it posesses an interSix nice rooms in good shape and Skinner and Myrtle Ruble left WednesThe family of Mr. Tobe Wiley is to her, Mrs. Biidges, beloved wife of est which the world cannot dislodge neatly papered. Apply to day to attend the meeting of the K. E. expected to join him here about May Prof. D. W. Bridges, superintendent from our minds, and while the wheel W. C. Davis. The Tailor. A. in Louisville. lUth at which time the work on his of Caldwell High School, breathed hei of fortune has turned in a d different last at 1:30 monday morning. Funeral manner for each of us we have not Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughter home is expected to be completed. Call and see my large stock of bugCecil have returned from a visit to j A number of Garrard county teachers services were conducted at the home forgotten Franklin Institute and gies and harness, they are going to be Mrs. Batson's mother Mrs. J. H. and school trustees, headed by county on Oak'street at 11:S0 o'clock and at 1 THE HAPPY LONG AGO. sold. The greatest bargain ever offered Hilton of Stanford. 'superintendent Miss Higgins, are ' in the afternoon, the remains, accom In that wondrou3 land the ripping in n Lancaster. W. J. Romans, husband j attending the K. E. A. in Louisville panied by the strand Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baker and child and mother, Mrs. Marcellus Jagoe, tf Of the happy long ago of Pineville Ky. are the guests of Mr3. this week. were taken to Cadiz, Trigg county, Are castles fair we built in air Strayed to my place on long branch, Baker's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. J. T. Huguely of Danville and where they weie interred this afterWhere the magic fountains flow. a brown horse 15 hands high and about Tatem in the county. good noon. well up on the pedigree of any conduct-ed'b- y The services here were There are dreams ot love that never 25 years old. Owner can have same by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bronaugh, Miss horse was in town Monday and secured Dr. D. H. Scanlon, her pastor, pajing all charges. came true; some good mares for the now noted assisted by Drs. Louise Bronaugh and Miss Oro Wilmore ' E. B. Barnes and G. John Doolin. McCreary Ky. Of a niche in the hall of fame: Gordon Todd. of Nicholasville were guests last week W. Crutchfield. Besides the husband Of a life unrolled in a sheen of gold of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. The Stock Holders of the Farmers Mr. Sloan Eastland of Harrodsburg, and infant son spoken of above, anAs the fragrant summers came. Messrs W. D. Walker, J. J. Walker was a popular guest of our city Mon- other little son, D. Warren Bridges, is Olthe dreams were sweet in the longago meet at Lancaster! Saturday. May 10th. Jr., John F. Walker, Joseph L.Francis day and putting in some good licks for left to mourn tvith them the loss of a And the faces all were bright t0 win(J up the busines3. May they and Henry Simpson motored to Lexing- - j the stable of good horses owned by devoted wife and mother. v John L. Dozier. Pres. be given strength to bear the fearful out mey uwen luuuy in me Granville Cecil. ton and return Saturday. Enshrined in a mellow light. blow they have received. Mrs. Bridges Clever "Bob" Arnold was down from Mr. Mat S. Cohen of Lexington help Sweet Potato Plants. 'was Miss Nancy Louise Jagoe, was But beyond the sky, where the sunbeams I to swell our court day crowd here Mon-tda- y Richmond Monday, and says that he is only 27 years old and was a devout die, I have all varieties and can supply Is a land where dreams come true. and incidentally was on the look- -, hoping for the time to come when he member of the Presbyterian church. your demands from 25 bushels of choice may accumulate a fortune and return And the broken day shall pass away, out for some good horses. She was a charming woman, and was seed. Can send by parcel post. "home" to Garrard. For "He maketh all things new." exceedingly popular in Richmond and Mrs. James Engleman of Peublo Phone 391-- J R. N. Ison. Mr. John F. Holtzclaw who has been wherever she was known Her death It. Colorado who has been making a Unique Race Meeting At Lexington. Three i protracted stay with Garrard relatives making an extended stay in Hot has cast a gloom over the city and Bids Wanted. Springs Ark. is back, and much to the every heart hereabout goes out to Prof is now in Richmond visiting. Hundred Guests Enjoy The Day At many friends is much Bridges, his little sons and the mother pleasure ot his We desire to let the contract for 2J I Mrs. J. A. Arnold and daughter Miss improved in health. The Fayette Country Estate miles of turnpike road to be built at in their great sorrow. May they all ' Mc- i Brunette are visiting Mrs. S. H. once. Those desiring further particuCol. I. M. Dunn of Danville, that find consolation in the knowledge that Of Tob acco Magnate. Makin in Shelbyville and will also lars and specifications anplv - to Chas. popular auctioneer and president of one their loss is her eternal gain. Rich; attend the K. E. A. in Louisville. With five special policeman to keep IJeitrick or Henry Moore, Buena Vista, of the best Looseleaf Warehouses in mond Climax. d The news of the death of Mrs. Brid- back the crowds which line the stone Ky. Central Ky., was shaking hands with ges ctme as a great shock to her Lan- fence that separates her Hinata farm his many friends here Monday. Hakes Home Baking Easy caster friends who had not realized the ' from the public road, and with the sun Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett left seriousness of her condition. During shining bright on the "Old Kentucky Tuesday for Louisville and wilP return the four years she lived here she made Home," Mrs. Clarence LeBus . in about Sunday. Doctor is an enthusias- many devoted friends who fondly cher- augurated the first spring .racing in tic fan and enjoys a good game almost ish her memory. She was a faithful the West, with the most unique as well as he does his large practice. wife, an affectionate mother, a loyal entertainment ever given in the South. Over 300 guests from New York, 1 215 ifck 5SJ Quite a bunch of our friends from friend, and many ees were dimmed good old Lincoln were here Monday, with tears and many hearts were sad Philadelphia, Boston, Pittsburg, Chi Home of the Famous Gra- among them being M. S. Baughman, dened by the realization that the "sil- cago, iNew Urleans, as well as all over J. D. Eads, J. L. Beazley, T. E. Rice, ver cord had been loo'sened" that bound Kentucky, arrived in special cars, auham Springs Water. tomobiles and other modes of travel. Jas. Baughman, Will Baughman, R. her to earth. H. Bronaugh, Jim Pettus, Will Shanks. "Life's burdens and sorrows are many, Professional jockeys rode in four set The management desires to an- Yet it has none to compare with this races, and after they were over there Georgia C. Farra was appointed was a polo race, in which some of the nounce that the Hotel will open for administratix of the estate of E. A. A wife and a mother gone, best players in the country participatWho made home a haven of bliss. Farra, deceased, with J. B. Bryant ed and this was followed by a spoon and KUGStS d with weeping. and Madge Farra sureties in the sum Eyes are egg race. Ears hear the discord of sobs. $10,000. C. C. Glass, John Steele and May 1st, 1913. The races were called at 2:30 o'clock. John Shield were appointed apprais- But grief rises like incense to Heaven, and followed each other with half-hoAnd touches the heart of God. ers of the estate. Jessamine Journal. intervals, just as at regular meetings, Special attention to auto parties. Miss Sallie Elkin, will have as her He points to the rainbow of promise, ' The officials were all leading men of Bids you look at it through your tears Kentuckyand elsewhere. Gov. Mc. j Meals prepared on short noUce. guests for a week-en- d house party, Misses Forrey, Mcore, Chickering, Whispers peace to your troubled soul, Creary being one of the stewards Gen. i Write or phone. The only powdmr Wineburg, Axelson and Mrs. E. F. Calming your anguish and fears." John is. Last leman, of Louisville, an official. An interesting guest Miss made ffom Royal Grapa Tustison of the Somerset High school. Listen. Miss Elkin, will entertain in their Helen Stallo, of Cincinnati and Paris, .Cream tibnor at her attractive home "Maples" We have a one horse wagon for sale; France, one of the wealthiest young NOALUM.WUMEPHOSPHJul Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. Harrodsburg, Ky. women in the world. new. Garrard Milling Lo. r CniSje Alhrvii I Psoole v . ' -- , -- j j ' le j post-gradua- I 2t-p- ' grief-stricke- I ' ! ; iar-awa- 5-- I ! I I I I 2t-p- ' Graham Springs HOTEL. 111 &AklK5 taking of Tartar blind-folde- POWDER ur Absolutely Pure BenC. Allin,Mgr The Cetrtral Record, Friday, May 2, 1913. . I mil tr,r-- f HOUSE CLEANING NECESSITIES O-CEDAR 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 Superiorls 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- VACUMN W CLEANER WALL The Store Beautiful cMitflmciiinimiiiniiiiioMiMf 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. Hurt Doty, Paint Lick, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. For of pigs. Sale:-Te- n & :eic 31 Anderson IE Every Day. "Write it In your heart that every day Is the best day in the year. No man has learned anything rightly un til he knows that every day Is dooms day. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Hair. Intellectual greatness. Let us not be hasty in accepting Lis theory. He may have a grudge against some fiddler. Sneezing. In the eastern countries certain consequences are said to result from sneezing: To sneeze on Monday Hastens anger; Tuesday, kiss a stranger; Wednesday, go a Journey; Thursday, meet a friend; Friday, give a gift. Seven Wonders Of The World. A French scientist make the announcement that baldness Is a sign of Bright Spot 5 5 In Lancaster. H S HO090uimS0QJSSLi ! FARMER'S COLUMN I ocotcMoacoac 0 e'paee below thu beading 18 rot tbe exclu-iv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for (tie Bale of stock, grain aud such thing on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the ecokd, free of charge J. Duroc sows with litters Healthy and money makers. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. V. A. Lear bought a bunch of hogs of J. E. Robinson weight about 200 pounds for $8 a hundred. W. H. Lee purchased ffSpecialist Dr. J. I CARDS, Auctioneer. f -- v ft. M.BOURNE Good Service. Monday, shoats weighing in the aggregate pounds, for which he paid 8 per pound. 15 1430 15-25- Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale.' I have two good horses for sale, young Walton Moss. Mrs J. A. Dudderer, Phone 335-and gentle. Lancaster, Ky. bought of G. D. Robinson V. A. Lear 0 pouud hogs at 8 cents per pound. For Sale:-- Brown cultivator, good as new. J. F. Higgins, R. F. D. No. 1 I have some good baled timothy hay Lancaster Ky. for sale. Milton Ward Lancaster, Ky. Lost: Lost on Sunday night, April, J. W. Sweeney bought of John Ball 27th, between Hunter House and tole 100 barrels of corn at $3:25 a barrel. gate on New Danville pike, a bible, return to Charlie Cox or this office. sold to J. C. Gas- Virgil Gastinau tinau one horse mule for 137.50. Yellow Dent" seed For SALE:-"ReiB. Cox bought of J. W. Elmore corn, extra nice; this variety has won H. more prizes than any otheryellow corn. two milk cows for $75.00 J. G. Doty, Jr. Paint Lick, Ky. Center Bros, bought of S. L. Rich Wanted:- - 30 cattle to "graze by the 14 head of hogs et 7J cents pound. month, rye, timothy and blue grass. . G. B. Bruner sold to Center Bros, B. L. Kelly, R. F. D. No. 1 Lancaster one harness horse for $150. Ky. S. G. Anderson bought a cow and I will stand my Hornless Durham calf of J. E. Robinson for $65. Bull at my place at McCreary, 5 miles Desirable residence for rent. Apply from Lancaster on Buckeye Pike, at $1 cash or $1.50 on time. He is No 1 to J. C. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. in every wa; . Dan Ray. nice fresh milk For Sale extra For Rent 154 acres of grass near cow kind and gentle Price $55 Jake Hyattsville, for year 1913 would like to White. sell. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. Quite a lot of corn is coming into Nealton, Jessamine Co. town this week and is current at $3:25 I will have for sale on the streets of a barrel. Lancaster Monday county"courtday two For Sale Indian runner Duck eggs jersey heifers with jersey heifer calves $1.00 per setting of 15 Wood Wilmot from two to four weeks old. Stanford pike. phone no 312-Z. T. Rice. For Sale: Indian Runner duck Messrs Sherrow, Halcomb and'Gous-ne- y eggs. William Walker, Hyattsville, of Bryantsville, bought of Indiana parties a Percheron stallion weighing Ky. 1650 pounds for $1500. They also stand Joe Pope bought eight hogs weighing him at $15 to insure a living colt see 153 rounds each of W. I". Watson at 8 him. cents per pound. Brown and Lawson shipped a mixed For Sale Jersey heifer with first load of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati this week. Hogs being bought at calf, gentle and a good milker. prices ranging from 7J to 8 cents Sam Cotton Lancaster, Ky. pound. Quite a number of cows and O. J. Hendren purchased in Lancas- calves being shipped at prices from $50 ter Monday 55 hogs averaging 143 lbs. to $65. each at 7J cents per pound. Capt. Am Bourne our local and popucarpet, Chairs, lar auctioneer reports the following for beds, and other household and kitchen sales made by him Monday; twenty furniture. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant head of hogs at 8 cents per pound, 12 nice gilts at from $8 to $15 each, sow Fol Sale:-S- . C. White Leghorn eggs and pigs for $35, four plug horses from 50 Jcents per setting. No pens but $60 to $120 each, and seven buggies they have the farm range. Mrs. Jno. ranging in prices from $15 to $65. A A SALE:-Brussels J. BYRNE, The well known Cincinnati Optician. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Thousands of satisfied ALL WORK GUARANTEED. customers in Madison, Garrard and Lincoln counties. 'A .C Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted. EK31 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE. All white metal frames best lenses.. ...'.. .$2.50 to $4.00. $3.50 to $5.50 Gold filled 10 year frame, best lenses Solid Gold frames best lenses $7.50 to $10.00 $5.00 to $7.50. "Shurns" best lenses "KRYPTOKS" and "COMPOUND" Lenses not included in the EXAMINATION FREE. above. Office Over 31 formes Drug Store. Lancaster. 11 " " $180,000,000 iiii For Beauty. m Bids Wanted. Walls of Babylon. Statue of Zeus by Peidias. Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Colossus of Rodes. Pyramids of Egypt. Masoleum of Halicamassus. Temple of Ephesus. This list was made by some one prior to the birth of Christ. The following list was arranged at the re'puest of the Popular Mechanics Magazine by distinguished men of Europe and America. Wireless Telegraphy. Telephone Aeroplane Radium s and Spectrum Analysis Anti-septiAnti-toxin- A few fine gilts for sale, heavy with pig. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. Lancaster, Kentucky J. F. Robinson, Lancaster. S. C. White Leghorns. COMEI $1-5- COMEI My stock from prize winners at AtWho So Ever Will. lanta, Louisville and other shows. A Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. setting of 15. J. M. Mount, The Old Reliable Barber. Lancaster, Ky. Ringlets Barred Rocks xaru egg: HENRY DUNCAN We will receive bids for the exten sion of the Buena Vista and Polly's Bend Turnpike (about 11 miles) at the home of Henry Williams on the said pike on May 17th. R. D. McMurtry. Buena Vista Ky. The dazzling sum of $180,000,000 is to be spent by Paris in the interest of civic improvement. Paris is already NINA. famous for its magnificent boulevards d and its and well-keMiss Elsit Whitaker is spending a few parks. days with relatives at this place. well-plannept E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician zj cis iui n Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 3t Matter of Sound. It was at one of the West Side BChools the other day that the word "catch" came up in the lesson. The little girl who was reciting did not recognize the word, and another small damsel was asked to define It. "Catch?" she asked. "Why catch means Just to ketch." Mother's Magazine, Teaching Good Writing. Good writing Is mainly a habit, Selling Bibles. An itinerant colored bible vendor took up his station on the corner neat the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. several days of last week, and while he succeed ed in disposing of a goodly number of his wares, we are of the opinion they were not as much in demand as would have been a late edition of "Jesse James" or other such blood curdling Mr. W. T. Watson bought of Moris Ross two nice gilts for $8 per head. Mr. W. T. Watson sold to Mr. Joe Pope a nice bunch of shoats for 8 cents per lbs. Mr. Joe Pope bought of Mr. Willie Prather a fat cow also one from David Oldfield. ELLIOTT, 2nd prize birds at head for $2.00. Come and see Physician --and Surgeon. real Barred Rocks LANCASTER, KY. Two pens with 1st and W. M. LOUIE TINDER, Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 Oflce oxer Stormes' Drag Store Lancaster, Ky -- LU3TR WILL CHANGE ANY WORN AND therefore begin early to teach It; it Is also a matter of keenness and care, therefore, insist, at all times and in all places, on good, .legible, careful These two principles handwriting. seem to me to He at the root of the SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediquestion of teaching this subject." Headmistress Ladles School. cal discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Really Strange. "Didn't I see your daughter with a take, and will not affect the weakest strange young man last night?" "You stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure food certainly 'did. When he asked daughMrs. J. F. Daniels, of ter to go with him for some ice cream and Drugs Law to be absolutely free he asked her mother to go along, and from opiates or harmful drugs of any Sip, Ky.t writes: "I was he went home at ten o'clock without description so sick for 3 or 4 years, any hints, and he wears sane socks SOLACE is a pure specific in every I had to hire my work and don't seem to think he knows It way, and has been proven beyond quesall. He certainly is a strange young tion to be the done, most of the time. surest and quickest remI had given up hope. When edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long I began to take Cardui, I standing. It reaches and removes the knew, right away, it was root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and IJVE 8TOCK MARKET. helping me. Now, I am purifies the blood. CINCINNATI CNION STOCK YARDS, better than ever before in THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek Mayl Hogs Cattle my life, and Cardui did it" Sheep are the Sole U. S. Agents and have CATTLE: Shippers J 7 50 8 00 thousands of voluntary testimonial let- B 64 Botober tteert extra b 0038 25 Good to choice 7 50(3 8 00 ters which have been received from Common to fair 5 25 7 84 grateful people SOLACE has restored Helftrs. extra 8 00 8 25 to health. Testimonial letters, liter- Take Good to choice e 25S90 ature and FREE BOX sent upon Miss Barbro Gulley is spending a few days with her Aunt Mrs. R. W. literature. Sanders. Mr. Mat Moore has a very sick TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE child at this writing, thought to have apendicitis. Money Back for any case of Mr. Huston Gulley and family were Rheumatism, Nearalgia or Headache thai the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders Saturday night and Sunday. Solace Fails To Renere. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon Phone 65. our lands for any purpose whatever a3 we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price All POSTED B. IF. H. Office Hours m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. vVJLTEH. Lancaster, Ky DENTIST. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Guaranteed. "Wnrk It Helpsl Phoenix Hotel J. M. Only Fire Paint Lick, . lMS-tf- Kentucky SKAIN, Mgr. Proof Hotel la Central Kentucky I. K. Denny Office: . Doctors Of Dental Sargery. Stormes BnlldtDgoTei and f 1 Wirier & Ander- Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY Hart son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, IF YOU WANT Real Estate and Auctioneer. a Farm, ( Buy TO Ifeifttttg Snhttattmtfi anfc ( Sell rock-botto- Skll a Farm, I will give you prices on 50 Choice Farms. See He or Toaek tbe Lhe Wire. at Auction COMMON OLD FLOOR TO A HIGHLY POLI8HED FINISH THAT ENDURES Done Almott ImtanUncomly SO SIMPLE SO INEXPENSIVE FOR sale: by CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote .. the Solace Company as follows: Canners s 254 I want you to send a box of Solace Bnlli. balognas 8 W7 Extra 70750 torn father in Memphis, Tenn., for Fat balls 7 2S7 50 which I enclose $1. This remedy has CALES: extra io 00 g bo been used by some friends of mine Fair to good Common and large 7 81100 here and I must say its action was wonBOGS : good packers and bntcbers 8 65 8 70 derful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Mixed packers. 8 60 8 65 Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. Stags 6 00 7 00 IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Common to choice heavy fat sows. 6 CO 8 15 Light shippers BE SO BY 7 00 8 60 AND YOU CAN SOON Pigs. (1W lbs and less) s;o07 50 TAKING SOLACE. "No Special SHEEP: extra 6 75 Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST Good to choice S 005 69 SOLACE ALONE does the work. 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