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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 16, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913051601_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 16, 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. 1..'1 THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD Q0VERNMEN1. TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. Pi Foundation also ran. Did you Ponies Die. Rare Treat In Store. NUMBER 8. !3CSf:S33CS32S3X: WATCH THIS an iwir ' ' " " '""" '- - '"- - " There is going to be some- - & thing doing down our way. i ft George W. Bain will give his popular Mr. W. S. Carrier has lost three of his handsome ponies recently of pink lecture on the Titanic tragedy and its Now sidewalks going down on every eye. The animals were very valuable lessons at the court house June 5th. street. ones and Mr. Carrier had refused flat W. C. T. U. District Convention. Another excursion to Cincinnate next tering offers for them. Sunday. The fifth annual convention of the W.'McC. Johnson Helping To Build Up Eighth District W. C. T. U. was held Farmers say cut worms are making in Hustonville on Wednesday and ThursNicholasville. their appearance. day of this week. Mrs Jennie Burnett Wm. McC. Johnson will erect sever- of this place is The free delivery of mail is to be and made established in Harrodsburg on July 1st al cottages on the lots in the rear of an address; Mrs. M. E. Austin of Lan the Graded School. This will add very caster also gave an address on "MothThe street fair ha. come and gone much to the beautifying of Broadway ers Meetings." and everybody is settling down to work which has had many improvements in again. Friedman Not Endorsed. the last year. Jessamine Journal. A rush of candidates is keeping the The Officials of the U. S. Health r. Royal Arch Masons busy, holding two department have refused to give their meetings almost every week. Miss Lizzie Layton and Mr. Simeon official endorsement to the alleged cure A slight blaze called the fire depart- Allen Wheeler, two popular young so- for tuberculosis of Dr. Frederick Franz ment to the.home of Mr. H. K. Hern- - ciety people of the Nina locality, drove Friedmn, the German scientist. They don on Richmond street last Saturday, to Danville last Thursday afternoon, claim that the progress made by the but the flames were extinguished be where they were married by Dr. Cecil patients treated by Dr. Friedman who fore the hose was turned on ana with V. Cook .at the Baptist parsonage. have been under their inspection do not The groom is a brother of Dr. Wm. show sufficient improvement to iustifv out any material damage. Wheeler of this place. them in endorsing his treatment. Chief Herron and his efficient deputy, Ladies' Fair. Buckeye Millinery. Ernest Hibbard, maintained the best of order throughout the carnival week, The good ladies of this community Mrs. Iva Teater has located at three arrests the first day for minor the Broaddus stand. She are preparing to have a Bazaar or Fair on those who offenses put a quietus has on hand a large fashionable and in the new school building and on the were inclined "to start something". well assorted line of millinery and to- campus, July 4th and 5th. It is given gether with this she is doing artistic for the benefit of the school, and it is Making Improvements. Henry Duncan dressmaking. While her business has sure to be a success. Table luxuries. Henry Duncan the popular colored been surprisingly successful, she still fancy work, quilts, fine sewing, paint barber is making a handsome improve- kindly asks the patronage of the peo- ing, vegetables and dairy products will be classified and premiums will be givment to his residence by the addition ple. en. Officers, committees and a list of of a modern porcn on the east side. premiums will be published next issue. Worthy Colored Woman Dead. "get a Teddy Bear"? A Dainty Bathroom Adds to your comfort Adds to your convenience Enhances the selling value of your home nt Get the fullest value out of your investment by our experience in planning by our modern methods in executing; the plans and the use of "$andavd" plumbing fixtures Layton-Wheele- You do not doubt but that a well arranged bathroom and therefore adds to your comfort and right here our experience in laying out bathrooms may be of service to you. You can also best plan your bathroom uy mining in and seeing the is a convenience illustrations of the many designs of plumbing fixture, SSF?s F il hi, IStJZsisJk' I 9 and whether you desire your bathroom to be the same or entirely different from your neighbor's A A your wish can be carried out. LJJI 'TtvufanT MoJera Ba&mua Optical Service. Heselden Bros, "Aunt Lizzie" Embry a worthy Get acquainted with the Byrne Sys- colored woman who was eighty three s fitting. See his add years of age tem of died at her home in Waco in this issue; on last Saturday. Aunt Lizzie was an aunt of Re"v. Geo. Cobb a colored Plants, Plants,. Plants, minister and one of the best colored Variety Tomato and Sweet Potato citizens of this county. She had lived Plant3, for sale. Phone 212. to see four generations grow up around Mrs. George Smith, Sr. her, and her children, grand children and great grand children livingnumbers Brass Meeks And Milam Reel. eye-glas, Cold For May. Lost between Floyds mill and Dan- ville, return to this office and receive $3.00 reward. Real Estate Sale. 150. ! I Lancaster, Ky. Moar FY.izipr Hurt and H. C. Ham- I'ilton have purchased the handsome residence of Mr. J. Fleece KoDmson on Hill Court in this city. Price private, .possession to be given October 1st. Welcome Guests. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Washington D. C. are welcome guests of Mrs. Pattie D. Gill on Lexington Ave. Mr. Barnard will leave in a few days for the north where he is assisting in Live and Let Live Folks S33l33!&C&33!33C$3 J. W. Smith Buys Property. Mr. J. W. Smith has purchased of Messrs H. C. Hamilton and Frazier Hurt the residence property on Rich mond street which those young gentlemen recently purchased of Dr. Farris," and which is now occupied by Mr. H. K. Herndon. The price was private but is known to be a figure something above what Messrs Hamilton and Hurt gave for it. This 13 a handsome piece of property and will make someone a nice home as soon as the young men can make up their minds just who is to keep it. Early risers on last Monday morning witnessed the unusual spectacle of a big white frost. Because of the dry weather it did little damage in high places, but along creek bottoms and in tha lowlands early vegetation suffered considerably. Blackberries are in bloom and coming closely upon the heels of the recent cool weather leads us to expect "blackberry winter" to have its inning before we enter into the real "good old summer time." Tie-u- p i In Cincinnati. establishing the boundary line between the U. S. and Canada. Mrs. Barnard we are glad to state will remain with her mother for several weeks. h Mm&mmmmmmmgmMmtmmwmMmmmm ij Pral Clothing FOR YOUNG MEN. Perfection Hxiee Suits for Boys FLORSHEIM SHOES and OXFORDS FOR THE MAN WHO CARES Monarch, Arrow and Cluett Shirts for The Man Who Knows J-- - "B- - STETSOIT HATS For The Man Who Is A Good Dresser e Complete-lin- of Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Neckwear Suspenders and collars' Etc. See our mens' pure silk Socks for 25c Complete line of Ladies' Suits, Dresses and costumes. Our line of Selby Shoes Oxfords are the best to be had. As to prices on above articles, a look will' convince you that we can save you money. ) I H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Kentucky. , There is a complete tie-u- p of street car traffic in Cincinnati.-th- e motormon and conductors having struck on last Saturday. Their grievances are many and include a demand for higher wages, an adjustment of working hours, recognition of their union and many others. In the meantime Cincinnatians are walking to and from their places of bnsiness or utilizing taxicabs, omnibuses, delivery wagons or whatever means of conveyance they are able to secure. Every effort is being made to settle the Marshal Lands Plum. strike and the efforts will doubtless Ben Marshall of Frankfort has been prove successful within a short time. appointed Collector for the 7th district at Lexington and will assume the Could Not See For Dust. duties of the office on nextTuesday, the The enormous amount of dust which 20th. Marshal has 13 children and is county clerk of Franklin county. Desha we have expierenced within the last Breckinridge, editor of the Lexington week has made us envy our neighborHerald was an applicant for the office ing towns who have oiled their streets, and has set us to wondenng if it and had the endorsement of Gov. Ex- - Gov. Beckham, but would not be possible to oil at least the Senator James was backing Marshal, the Public Square in Lancaster. Of ana this together with the numeruus course this would be impracticable offspring of the latter named gentleman while the sidewalks are in course of construction, but after they are down landed him in the office. it does seem that something along this Donerail A Rank Outsider Wins The 39th line might be accomplished. Oiling is not very expensive, and it does seem Kentucky Derby. that merchants would be more than Donerail, bred and owned by T. P. recompensed for their outlay by the Hays of Scott county Ky. won the 29th saving experienced to their stocks from Kentucky Derby in Louisville last Sat- the flying dust. Not only is the dust urday, time 2: 04 4 5 which establishes a nuisance to the merchants and the a record for the derby as well as for people but it is dangerous, it is laden the track. Ten Point was second and with all manner of germs, and it Gowell third. Donerail was ridden by would be well to couple the slogan Jockey Goose. The gross value of the "stop the dust" along with "swat the purse was" ?6.800. The betting odds fly". against the winner were 91 to 1. No Out Of Lancaster Which We Lancaster people that we have heard Money Going1 of were in on the lucky leng shot. Believe Could Be Kept At Home. Thirty thousand people witnessed the There are two industries which we race. believe could be established in Lancas Maupin Trial At Richmond Results In ter upon a paying basis, a laundry and a ereen house. It is true that we Mistrial. have in the past had both of these industries, and .both proved failured, but The case of the Commonwealth of nothing like as Kentucky against Brack Maupin char- the surroundings were favorable at that time as now. Mr. ged with having killed James Faris on now in Georgetown the streets of Richmond on county Heberling who is established a greenhouse here before court day in last October, wa3 tried in system of water works and the Madison circuit court last week. we had a it proved unsuccessful financially, and and the jury after being out for 28 one up hours and failing to agree, was dis Mr. Chrisman later established on a smaller scale which was also uncharged on Friday afternoon. It is however, we believe, and understood that the jury stood nine for successful; we are prompted to this belief by the acquittal and three for conviction. flowers, that a Maupin has been on bond since the enormous demand for greenhouse, one that would supply the tragedy and was again released on bond demand for cut flowers as well as pot after the jury failed to agree. ted' plants would prove a paying venA splendid array of legal talent was under more favorable engaged in the trial, which included ture here now surroundings than those which surHon. Tevis Cobb, leading attorney for efforts. As for the the defense, assisted by John Boland, rounded former had a good laundry, but Judge Sullivan's law partner, and laundry, we and inadequate supply of Messrs William and C. C. Wallace, the condition water necessitated it shutting down, while Commonwealth's Attorney B. A. our water capacity has been Crutcherwas assisted by the noted but since increased and we are assurmaterially feud prosecutor, A. Floyd Byrd "of in time, let us hope a short Winchester and Hon W. B. Smith of ed that time, we are to have a modern filterRichmond. ing system, which will materially improve the quality of our water supply CardOfWitHrawal. the year round, and we are now conIn perfect good faith, I announced strained to the belief that a good launmy candidacy sometime ago for the dry would also prove a paying investdemocratic nomination tor Assessor of ment in Lancaster. Garrard county, but owing to certain It surely does not seem just right conditions which are unavoidable, I am that a town of Lancaster's size and compelled to withdraw from the race. progressiveness should have to depend my friends for the upon their neighbors to furnish every I wish nk encouragement they gave rae and for boquet that goes to our best girls, or the many promises of support, for that our neighbors should have to be called upon to do our washing. which I shall always be grateful. Very respectfully, Let us do our own washing and raise J. B. Collier. our own flowers. OVER STOCKED ON BUGGIES mHARNESS Greatest BARGAINS Ever Offered in Lancaster. My large warerooms on Stanford street and new store- room on Richmond street adjoining Opera House, are packed. They must be sold. Don't miss these bargains W. J. HOMANS. : v, TEA GREEN, BLACK, i i j BLENDED. t A good cup of tea is always obtainable if you buy your tea of us. A large assortment of blends and mixtures to select from. X I Davidson & Doty x x T TO 'S- t-- .- -. V$???;- - Pgei TllPprilTRAI OrnnDnithep,ace' r that you personally should I nLuLfllKnL nLLUlllI detecthitnin his nefarious 'practice; simply make a note of his most frequent INCORPORATED. A Step ThVCentral Record, Friday, May 16, 1913. In'The Right Direction Movement Use On Foot To Discontinue The Issued Weekly. on those who pass Of Money And Whisky In your premises in a drunken condition, Elections' In Garrard note the date and time of day, and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. supply this information toyour commonCounty. wealth's or county attorney, your name R.L. ELKTN, Business Manacer. or your efforts in the matter need not There is a movement on foot to Entered at the Post Office la Lancaster, Ky., and will not be made public, but the Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s the ballot in Garrard county. A parties whose name you have furnished will be haled before the grand jury and few of the leading citizens of both the Member Kentucky Press Association when confronted with the facts which town and county gathered Monday and To The Citizens of Garrard County. you have provided, will be compelled to evening in the National Bank and set Eighth District Publishers League. the on foot a movement which will prove either tell the truth or confront ' On account of business engagements which I can .not neglect, it will be impossible for me to see every voter in alternative of themselves facing a prolific of good results. The meeting Lancaster, Ky., May 16, 1913. and was composed of a great was charge of perjury, and while many people are willing to go to a the very best element of the citizens the County and thus personally explain my views and what I stand for in politics. of the community, all in deadly earnest Rates For Political Announcements great length to protect tae illicit liquor in their desire to see a change for the vender, there are few who are willing I therefore take this method of publicly announcing the platform which I have advocated for a number of years For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 to take this chance. better in the manner of holding elec por County Offices 10.00 tions in the county. It was decided to No officer of the law is infallible, For State and District Offices.... 15.00 and have talked to the voters since my public announcement as a candidate for the office of County Attorney. everywhere atone time, petition the executive committees of 10 they cannot be For Calls, per line the three parties, Democratic, Repub they there, thej would 10 and even were For Cards, per line I have not used and will not use any liquor, money or any other corrupting influence in my candidacy for this be powerless, for ul) signs of infringe lican and Progressive, to lend their aid all publications in the interFor their sanchidden in the effort, to with-hol- d ment of the law is carefully est of individuals or expresoffice, nor will I permit any one else to do so for mp, and I publicly call upon my friends to refrain from using liquor, when their presence is' even suspected, tion from candidates who pursued such sion of individual views, per people tactics in making their canvass, and to catching these 10 so the task of tine money or any other corrupting methods for me in this race, but to use their influence for the betterment of Garrard upon the citizens, it is they refuse to endorse such candidates who 05 devolves Obituaries, per line to the officers the persisted in the use of whiskey, money who must furnish County politics and the uplift of the citizenship of the County. necessary clue to work upon, and the or other things of value, or who perauthorized to announce the clue once furnished, it is then an easy mitted others to do so in their behalf in We are I believe we have the best people on earth here in Garrard County and that a great majority of them are for following candidates for Democratic matter to apprehend and convict the order to influence voters. This petition will be so strong, and the sub Nominations. culprit "Clean Politics." I have been a practicing attorney in Lancaster for over sixteen years and my interests as a citizen Manv complaints of these offenders scribers will be of such sterling charac For State Senator. been made in late years by ter, that it will hardly be possible for have and taxpayer are linked with the people of this county. The voters in the next primary may judge of citizens who did not have sufficient the governing bodies of the various CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. temerity to give names, dates and other parties to ignore them. Of Boyle County. A mass meeting is called at the court for the office I seek. the to necessary information CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. apprehension of the offenders, they had house for Saturday afternoou May 24th, Of Casey County. I also advocate an economical business administration of the affairs of the County, good roads, higher educationrather be disturbed by them than to to which eveiy voter in the county is For Representative. take a chance by giving the necessary invited and urgently requested to atal facilities and whatever is for the best interest of the citizens. On County Court day in May at 2 o'clock p. m. I will date to the officers to enable them to tend, at which time it is hoped some JOHN M. FARRA. catch the offenders. It is the duty of measures will be adopted and steps J. R. MOUNT. address the voters at the Court House in Lancaster and that time express more in detail my views along the lines as every citizen to give their moral support taken, which will result in a general to the upholding of the law, else there housecleaning among the candidates For County Judge. above specified and other questions of public interest. would be no law, therefore if you know who will ask offices at the hands of the elCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. of the existence of an evil, come for people of the county at the coming JAMES A. BEAZLEY. Respectfully. I will divide time with my opponent, should he so desire. ward boldly and give such information ection. Tha following is the petition now beas will enable the officers to stop that For Sheriff. evil,, you need have no fear, no harm ing circulated and no doubt will have C. A. ROBINSON. will befall you, and the nuisance will be many signers; To the County executive committees ASHBY ARNOLD. stamped out of existence without your W. L. LAWSON. name even being known in the matter- - of the Democratic, Republican and Lancaster, Ky., May 9th, 1913. Progressive Parties of Garrard County. The undersigned who are legal voters convinFor County Attorney. The people will no longer be ced that elections must be conducted in Garrard County, Ky., desire that the G. B. SWINEBROAD. under the corrupting influences that primary election to be held on August GREEN CLAY WALKER. have prevailed in the past The demand 2, 1913, be fair in every respect and be Mr. Collier Withdraws. Concert Extraordinary. 31 for cleaner politics is nation wide and held strictly according to the provisions IE 1L For Jailer. opposed Kentucky has its share of the senti- of the law. We are unalterably It will be of interest to the many In this issue of the Record will be JACK ADAMS. The Legislature must soon to the use of money, intoxicants or friends, who remember with pleasure found the withdrawal of Mr. James B. ment DAVE ROSS. vield to the publics demand and enact other corrupting influences by any the residence with us in former years Collier from the race for the democratic the Corrupt Practice Act which pre candidate or any one acting for said of her parents, to know that Miss Jo- - nomination for Assessor. Mr. Collier For Assessor. vents any one from assuming the duties candidate in securing, controlling or Hord Frank will sing in the new school is one of the very best ci.izens of the C. SANDERS. DAVE of a public office until an oath is taken influencing any vote or voters at the auditorium in Lancaster, June 17th, ceunty, and it will prove a source of this being her first concert since the regret to many of our citizens who E. B. RAY. that the election was secured without said primary. We therefore, respectfully request completion of her vocal studies under had hoped that he might be successful in any corrupting or illegal means. The W. L. HUFFMAN. THE move inaugurated in this and surround- that the committees representing each a New York artist. She has given her his efforts. As the time for the primary For School Superintendant. ing counties to eliminate the use of of the three said parties in Garrard voice years of culture training and draws nigh many of the hitherto fiKaeltef rmsrrasi- - i money, intoxicants or other corrupting County be called together at an early sings a rich contralto. A carefully announced candidates, afteracquainting MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Ss2&TfF treyfc -' -influences to control votes will doubtless date and that the said committees when selected program and the charming themselves thoroughly with the law, V f jr t! TJBTschave effect upon the August Primary. assembled to take such steps as in such personality of this young woman prom- decide not to enter the race, as they : For Magistrate. Those who desire the votes of the peo committees power to prevent and ises a most interesting occasion. She have not the time and attention to give J 1st District. ple must respect public sentiment, and prohibit the use of money, intoxicants will be remembered as the daughter of to the matter which they feel would be JOHN N. WHITE. we hope to see this the cleanest pri- or other corrupting methods in influenc- Elder Joseph Frank who is so close to necessary to insure success. ing or controlling any voters that may the hearts of our people on account of WALTON E. MOSS. mary ever held in Garrard County. participate in said primary in behalf of his excellent service, not only in the SHIPTONH. ESTES. Lear. MEANS a thorough examination of your eyes by a spec DAVIS SUTTON. Gov. Johnson of California is now any candidate for a nomination from church, but as the leader in the fight Mrs. Susan Ann . Lear died at the ialist of 15 years experience, without charge. 2nd District decidedly the man of the hour, he has the political party which the said against saloons in this city, in 18S6 and home of her daughter Mrs. James A. committee represents. 1891. before him for consideration with the CHARLES C. BECKER. MEANS Saving expenses of trip to city and prescrip Dudderar on the Lexington pike near power to either approve or veto the TAYLOR T. BURDETT. Lancaster on Wednesday morning after tion charges. famous Japanese "Alien Land Bill" LOGAN ISON. Prather. Eight Suits Amounting To $40,000 Filed a short illness following a stroke of MEANS a proper correction by glasses of any Optical and "to do or not to do" is seriously paralysis. After funeral services at Mrs. Mary Burton Prather, wife of We are authorized to announce the troubling the Governor. He has thirty defect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. & Nashville R. the Dudderar home conducted by "Eld. Against Louisville following candidates for city offices. days in which to act, but his decision is Mr. James P. Prather, died at the F. M. Tinder this (Thursday) afterAll white metal frames best lenses $2.50 to $4.00. momentarily expected; the administra- family residence on Stanford street in R. Co. For Damages Alleged noon at 2:30 o'clock, her remains will Gold filled frames For Police Judge. $4.50 to $0 50 tion through President Wilson and Sec this city at 12:30 o'clock Sunday mornbe laid at rest in the Lancaster ceme Solid Gold frames best lenses $7.50 to $10.00 ing. Mrj. Prather had been in declining E. W. HARRIS. Been Sustained To Have retary Bryan 'are exerting every effort tery. Mrs. Lear was in her eightieth $5.00 to $7.50. "Shurns" best lenses J. P. PRATHER. to have the Governor veto the measure. health for more than a year, and while year, and was the widow of the late "KRYPTOKS," "TORIC" and "COMPOUND" Lenses not inIn Paint Lick Japan has filed a formal protest at she had not been constantly confined to Elijah Lear, who died in 1892. She cluded in the above prices. Washington against its passage, and is her bed, she was known to be in a very was born in Garrard county and was 'Within the memory of many of our Flood. serious condition, and her death while a now quietly awaiting the outcome. widely related, being connected either citizens who have not yet reached the severe shock to the family, was not Messrs James I. Hamilton and R. H. by blood or marriage with many of the age to be known as the "oldest Office over Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky. wholly unexpected. Tomlinson of this place and Robert leading families in the county. She inhabitants", our county was known There is unquestionably a growing Mrs. Prather was in her sixty seventh sentiment throughout the state in faattorneys for was a devoted member of the Chris MAY to 25th. Harding of Danville as throughout the state, and even without year; she was born in Madison county the plantiffs have filed eight suits tian church, having united with that confines, as "bloody Garrard", and vor of abolishing the Fiscal Court and Ky., the daughter of Abraham its and the many tragedies enacted within its substituting in its stead tnree com- Martha Jane Reynolds Burton. She against the L. & N. R. R. for sums church in her girlhood. 31 IE 31 Mrs. Lear was a nobble member of border justifies the name. However, missioners to handle the business af was married in 18G5 to Robert Burton amounting in the aggregaf to $40,000 fairs of the counties. It is more a prodamages sustained by citizens of the fast thinning ranks of the dear old there has been a marked change from Sanders and to that union was born for the state of lawlessness which once test against the inefficiency and in- seven children, six of whom survive her Paint Lick from the flood of March 26th time, motherly ladies of the county, and which are alleged to have been the and her kindly disposition, christian, existed, there has been a healthy and competency of the Justice of the Peace as follows:- Messrs Clayton and active improvement until now we have who compose the court than the sys- Henderson Sanders of Ohio and Walter result of the said company negligently spirit and many lovable characteristics one of the most peaceable counties in tem itself. Let the people see to it Sanders of Madison county Ky., and constructing the railroad bridge direct endeared her to a wide circle of friends this or any other state. Yet with all that some of their very best business Mrs. Richard Burgess of Ohio, Mrs. lv east of the town in such a manner and acquaintances. She is survived by this, there is still room for improvement. men are elected to compose the court Elvada Tudor and Mrs. Willie Sebastian as to divert the water of Paint Lick five children, Mrs. Alex. West and We have able and alert officers who are and you will hear less about commission of Madison county. After the death of creek from its natural channel and to Mrs. J. A. Dudderar of this county bent uoon doing their duties to the government for the counties with con- her first husband which occurred in 1878. flow through the town to the injury of and Mrs. Sam Yantis of Indianapolis suits were filed in Ind. and Messrs William and V. A. fullest extent and ferreting out and ditions similar to Garrard. she remained a widow for four years. the plaintiffs. The will probably be Lear of Lancaster, also a step-sopuvishing every transgression of the marrying Mr. Prather in 1885,. and they the Circuit Court, and The James Lear of Kansas. heard at the comine June term. law in the county; yet with all their have five children, Mrs. Oscar Hendren Bank Stock Brings Good Price. ' & Hammock efforts, the law is transgressed, and of Madison county, Mrs. Roy Williams suits are as follows:- Fish that frequently, and in many cases the Five shares of stock in the State of Illinois and Misses Bessie and Eunice $10,000., Guy Rice $10,000.. Treadway Another Candidate For State Senator. Conn, $6,000, malefactors go free. Bank & Trust Co. of Stanford was Prather of Lancaster and Jessie Prather & Woods $5,000, G. W. Hon. Charles F. Montgomery of LibThe greatest crime and the one most was sold in that city on last Monday of Illinois; Mr. Jefferson Davis Prather, J. M. Metcalfe, $3,000, Martha Ely, erty after being earnestly solicited bv prevalent in the county is the illicit for 5109.25 per share. The stock was Mrs. Meade Teater and Mrs. Malvin $2,500, O. L. Hammack $2,000 and his friends from all counties in this Sen- sale of liquor, the greatest because the property of the Shugars heirs, Carter of this county are step children Catharine Ely $2,000. ' atoriai District has decided to announce The Detitions allege that "The de from this source all other crimes spring, formerly of this place. of Mrs. Prather. as a candidate for the Democratic nomfendant company in and near said town the most prevalent, because it is the Mrs. Prather was a faithful member ination for State Senator before the unlawfully, wrongfully, and without hardest to detect, so many different Confederate Reunion At Chattanooga. of the Christian church, taking memplaced, con- primary, August 2nd. kinds of protection is afforded it, makbership in her girlhood days at the old right and negligently, Mr. Montgomery is quite well known The annual reunion of the Confederate Salem church in Madison county. structed and built its bridge and abut- throughout the ing it in some instances an absolute district, having been Veterans will be held in Chittanoega in the chanimpossibility for the officers to reach It may be said of Mrs. Prather that ments of same across and and filled born and raised in Lincoln county. For stream of said the culprit, or if reached to secure Tenn. the week of May 26th, and the she was truly a splendid, christian wo- nel twelve years he has been one of the Q & C railroad has announced a rate sufficient evidence for a conviction. man, and where ever she chanced to portions of said channel of same leading members of the Liberty Bar. If there is a "blind tiger" in existence from Danville of $4.70 for the round make her home she quickly gathered with earth, rock, iron and wood, so He is very popular in Casey County in a certain locality of the county, the trip, good on May 24, 25, 26,27and28th about her a large circle of friends; her that said natural channel of saidstream where he has been one ot the Every year over one hundred thousand leaders good people of that particular community and good returning until June 5th. world centered about her home and from the natural bank of same and over of the Democratic party for a number Studebaker vehicles are sold. must of a necessity know of its family, and we have never chanced to andunder said bridge, was so narrowed of years. Although Casey County has Local Luther Burbank. existence, they may of course not know This tells you what the farmers of the know a. more devoted wife and mother. in width and height that the natural flow an Republican majority exactly where it is or who is operating The funeral was held on Tuesday af of water of said stream was impeded, he was elected County Attorney on the E. Moss presented the Mr. Walton country think of the Studebaker wagons. it, but they are disturbed by its Record office this week with a quantity ternoon at 2;30 oclock at the grave the obstructed and prevented from running democratic ticket in 1905 by several through said town existence, they see frequent evidences of Iuicious home grown This appreciation has been constantly growstrawberries, services being conducted by Rev F. M. flowing and passing hundred. He has been chairman of of it and know in reason that it is the first of the season. Mr. Moss is Tinder assisted by Rev S. H. Pollitt, in its rightful and natural manner and the Democratic County Committee of ing for sixty years. there, and from thejr knowledge should the local Luther Burbank and is run after which the remains were interred way and its natural channel", and that Casey County for a number of years spring the means of detecting and ning a close second to the "Wizard in the Lancaster cemetery. A large as a result of the said building of said and by his management of This appreciation has been earned by the deterthe party in eradicating it said manner the waters were mination of Studebaker to produce an honesdy built himself in the matter of fancy fruits koncouise of friends came from this bridge in that County the Republican majority A grand jury convenes in the county and vegeatables. He will have his and adjoining counties to attend the diverted and caused to flow through wagon that will do a full day's work and keep on doing has been constantly decreased. We on the third Monday in June; it is the berries on the market Saturday. it, and not to build a cheap one. funeral, and the many beautiful floral the village of Paint Lick in such a have known Mr. Montgomery since his duty, of every good privilege, even the offerings bore evidence of the high es- manner as to cause damage to the boyhood and have been gratified in his The man who buys the Studebaker gets all the citizen to appear before that body and teem in which the worthy lady was plaintiffs to the amount of the sums success at the bar. His friends over A New Filter. improvements gained by the experience of two generof the existence of this or inform them asked in their respective petitions. held, both at home and abroad. the district confidently believe that he ations of wagon builders. any other infringement of the law in The freshet of March 26th did enorMr. J. K. Hasemen has perfected a To the bereaved husband, the entire wilrteceive the nomination. No betTruck DeliT.iT Farm Wacom " Surrey Wagon the.county, of which they are cogniz- filter that outfitters any filter we ever family, and more especially to the two mous damage to the stocks of goods of Boggle Dump Wagon ter qualified young man could be found Pony Carts Harness Butinc Wagons ant and if each and every good saw filter, the trash and other foreign young ladies, Misses Bessie and Eu- the various merchants of Paint Lick as in this district for this position apd the Said undtr th Studtboltmr citizen in the county would adopt this substances taking a different course nice, who are best known - and highly we'll as to a good many residences and democrats would make no mistake by method, it would go more toward the from the water and emptying' on the esteemed in Lancaster, the hearts of property of other description, and" the See out Dealer or icrile us. sending Charles F. Montgomery to the effectual stamping out of the illicit sale outside of its own volition. Mr. Hase!- - the entire community goes out in silent above mentioned suits against the railState Senate. South Bend, Ind. STUDEBAKER of liquor in the county than any other den will patent his device, and if it can sympathy in their great sorrow. road company are the outgrowthpf the DKNTXR KANSAS CITY CHICAGO DALLAS NBWYORK be made on a sufficiently extensive means that could possible be adopted. Too many buggies. I will save you damage sustained. The result of the PORTLAND. ORE. SAN TZANQSCO SALTLAKS OTY MINNEAPOLIS It is not necessary that you should scale, we suggest one of them for the For cement, coal, sand and rock at litigation will be watched with much from ten to ' twenty dollars on buggies, -al W J Romans. know the actual person who is operating local water plant Garrard Milling Co." interest f tf ' $1-00 a year. customers, keep tab SWINEBROAD'S PLATFORM. Pure and Clean Politics In The "Land Of Now .M a Ic-eie- nii :n Special! rata :"'X lwt5'5ifc" -. 1 n Byrne ". SCIENTIFIC n D Dr. J. J. BYRNE. 5th 4- - :c J n, 'Nearly all those Wagons and Buggies are Studebakers" over-whelmi- ----- t-- - - .. . ,. . ... The Central Record, Friday, OTay T6T:T&f 3: , . Paget II ' . I - - - .irri , I N ! " W - M , -M " - 1 I !l y fc . nm bf Worth Your Consideration. Arnold's Patent Improved ih In Built b hIbiii mBjHmH v Danville and sold direct to Consumer' No This gear is in a class to itself and is used only on ARNOLD'S Buggies. Inside Double All Buggies built on matter how light or heavy a buggy is, we build it. Our 450 speciafis extra light, spokes are only 5-- 8 at the rim. If you want something extra nice, figure with us. Reach Gear. Finest Garage in Central Kentucky Bun tip 12.00 Special. ONLY, Be- f- f'hf cI .i i?$f iM JM y pi I In Connection. Mr. Automobile Owner: Stop at our Garage for anything in the auto line. Mechanic who can attend to your wants when in We have a first-clas- s trouble. Our Dry Batteries are 20c in hand; Prestolite tanks, style "B", $2.00; Klaxet Horns, SI 2.00 put on. We are exclusive agents for the famous RACINE TIRES, which are in a class to themselves. Let us figure with you on these tires. We carry GOODYEAR, FIRESTONE and UNITED STATES, and can save you money. Also agents for Michelen Celebrated Innertubes, all sizes. We make a specialty of adjusting all makes of auto tires. Bring them to us for good and prompt adjustment. SPECIAL ON RUBBER TIRES FOR ONE WEEK, County Court Day in May. We will sell three of the best make tires known: Kelley, Firestone and Goodyear Wing; Only 1 set to each person. ginning Monday, May 19th fr & 1 f PECIALTY. We make a specialty of Carriage Painting, Trimming and repairing, both Motor and Horse driven vehicles. Rubber tops for buggies, Exclusive agents for Garrard county. Known to have run in 3oyle for 4,000, 5,000, and 6,000 miles. If you doubt it write us. ? $8.50 and up; new repair wheels, $8 and $10. Curtains for buggies, $2.50 and $3.00. Get our price for anything you need in the vehicle line. JLk I B o M. ARNOLD, OOOOOOOGO 0OQQOOO4X Danville, Ky. BUYANTNV1LLE Mrs Herbert Brooks has been quite ill for several p9lSP" "3 00 OOOOOOCOI . LJ MQ TW f I1 ft A UAPf CI The Womans Club (Edited By Tl.e Woman-- mankind have lived near the soil. in cities men decay and vice flourishes. Club) "The busy man." boy makes the 'busyness' dajs. When you are in the market for a buggy, why not get the do you will buy a GERSTENSLAGER, we know of only one or two buggies that will scarcely compare with this one. Below we give a few reasons why this buggy is the best of all others. 1 We wish to say that no matter where you buy z buggy you cannot get a better wheel than the Gerstenslager Co. furnish on their buggies which is the Sweets Wood Hub. They certainly do not use the shell band as some companies do. 2 They use one of the best axles that is made, which is the Richards Long Distance and which will run longer with one oiling than any other. 3 They put more bolts in their shafts than any other manufacturer, by these bolts being full size they stay right where they put them and it is not neccessary to use a brace which looks alright on a cultivator but not on a high grade buggy. 4 These buggies have a nice right and left branch step which is so constructed that we guarantee this step to carry 250 lbs. without bending down. 5 If you will call and look at one of these on our floor you will notice that the irons that the body hangs on are at least one third heavier than you will find on any other buggy, which is one of the essential points as all the weight is on these body loops and if they are to light will bsnd in toward the body and throw the spiings out of plumb we could tell you a dozen more reasons why this buggy is better than all others made, but if you will only call we will be p'e lied to show you. Remember our prices are the lowest of all dealers in all classes of merchandise and farming machinery, we have no rent to pay no bad accounts to loose and we pay in car lots, come and see us and get the right price. best If you Becker, Ballard & Go. B BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Lancaster, Kentucky. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Mrs. N. 1'. Cobb vhiletl relatives in As a fitting close of the years work "All work and no play, makes Jack a Lexington last week. in the department of School Improvedull boy. All play and no work makes ment, the subject selected was "Vaca- him a mere toy." Mr. Logan Burke has been quite sick tion Hints". for the last few days. Mrs. Amon had charge of the proWhile swatting the fly, remember, Mr. R. L. Burton attended court day gram, and in her introductory words mosquitoes are the sole cause of at Stanford Monday. gave hints of a most delightful nature. malaria, and grow in any stagnant " June was suggested for renewed inBilly King went to Lexington Saturwater, as gutters, empty cans and rain terest in the Boy Scout movement. barrels. day for a few days visit. This was further explained by Mr. F. Mr James B Leavell left Tuesday to M. Tinder. Some member of the club left a spend several weeks in Texas. Mrs. KaufFman read an excellent white parasol at the home of Mrs. J. E. Mr and Mrs J. C. Williams spent paper on "A Sane Fourth" and as a Robinson last summer, owner can call Sunday with relatives at Burgin. fitting theme for July. Mrs. Kinnaird and get same. gave August and September as months Mr. Sam Burk? of Junction City was for the corn growing and tomato canover this week to see his brother. The Power 01 Mental Suggestion. ning movement. Mrs. Chas Frasa and children of The department wishes to thank Mrs In this day of scientific research fdr the delicious frappe served many new ideas have been advanced in Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs J. Price by Masters Will Rice Amon and James regard to the cultivation of the mind M. Frasa. Tinder. Mr Logan Burke had the misfortune and foremost among all theories is deto lose a very valuable horse and male i: monstrating the power of mental sugA strong demand is being created for gestion. So strong has grown this idea last week. a broad and far reaching movement in and such a firm hold has it taken on Mr. and Mrs Carter Sellers and famSchool improvement for the coming club humanity that religious sects and ily of Jessamine have been the guests year. With the excellent new School churches have been built on its founda- of Mrs J. H. Deane. building and a capable faculty the tion and schools and society have been Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained at dinpatrons are moved to do something revolutionized. ner Sunday in honor of the members of more than to set calmly by and praise In days passed, from the pulpit and Rose family. the result. from the rostrum, a picture of good and the Mrs Elizabeth Burges3 spent the The time calls for concerted action, evil, of right and wrong were presentthe ed, side by side, to the mind, their week end with Mr R. H. Tomlinson on the part of parents, with teaching being to avoid the one or to and family at Lancaster. children and teachers. Then and only then will come the choose the other, but often the strongMiss Elizabeth Bryant closed her "consummation most devoutly to be est impression was trade by the ex- spring school Friday. She served rewished for" studious, healthy, happy ample that they condemned, and there freshments to her pupils. boys and girls, and a strong school was stamped indelibly on the mind a Mr. and Mrs Ben Jennings came over picture of error, and instead of a clear, spirit. positive conception of the truth there from Lexington Monday and were the The Woman's Federated Club of to- is forever an antagonizing force seek- guests of Mrs Sam Haselden. day stands for the betterment of the ing supremacy. The successful teachDr. E. H. Pearce will fill his regular whole community. It interests itself er controls her little charges by love appointment at the Methodist church in prettier homes, beautifying waste and sympathy, never by harshness or next Sunday morning and evening. places, cleaner streets; prevention of violence. She appeals to their sense Mr. and Mrs Henry Wynn and son disease, and in training the children of honor and their pride, and so to the and Miss Brandenburg came over from susceptible and growing mind of the for good citizenship. Jessamine for a short yisit to Mr. and It is a great mistake for a child to child is created a love of truth, of or- Mrs. G. B. Rose. and the ideas grow start in life, thinking of nothing but der, of obedience amusement. It is like taking drugs ing out of these established principles Mr. Green Clay Walker was down for nervousness; they must be repeated form the character of our future men this week meeting his many friends in increasing doses. Work is the solace and women. who will support him in his election for So the cry is show us no more the County Attorney. of the race. During vacation, our children should path3 of sin and its corruptible influenMiss Pauline Burdett and Mr Tom be given some productive and profitable ces, but teach us purity and right livweek-en- d work; like gardening. To dig in the ing, let us have more of joy and less of Burdette of Burgin spent the with their sister Mrs Herbert Brooks, is a primitive sorrow. sand, to make mud pies who has been quite ill. instinct. When man began to till the "Less of dark and more of light, day and less of night." to harvest the More of soil, plant seed, and Mr W. C. Rose went to Lexington nrnn he ceased his nomadic life and Thursday to attend the ."Shriner" gave to the world, the nucleus of Mr Rose is the meeting and banquet. civilized society "home-life.- i' only Shriner in this vicinity. In the dawn of history, a garden Mrs. Lizzie Wilds, Miss Ella Wilds, was placed "Eastward in Eden." This Mrs W. R. Jewell of Nicholasville, and establishes its antiquity and reflects Mrs. William Baskett of Louisville, God's conception of the ideal conditions Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and Miss Katie for human life. So gardening has the Barnes Dickerson of Lancaster were most ancient and dignified place of entertained Friday at dinner by Miss human occupations. . Eliza Ison. From that day to thi3, the best of MID SUMMEE HATS A new Supply just in and up-to-da- te. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- B. F. HUDSON, President W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. W. r. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1883. h Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. OF LANCASTER, KY. 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 SURE SIGN of 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 $72273 60 April 4th, 191 1, $94,736.69. April 4tli, 1913, $120,514.74. Riai!fil?l!lJKi The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ,. 2 iff Z"- Page 4' -- frfte? at and fanca G. A Ballard" R. case Brown Rufus stone and Carl White jointly damages to land and fence. G. A. Bal lard road case, levy 1912 Carter J. D. for nails, levy 1912 9 64 70 Coldiron, 6$$reb 5 00 Rje,CQr.d, Friptey, May 1 60 lft 1913. 43 00 89 00 10 00 21 SO CLAIMS Allowed by the Fiscal Court since April Term 1912 to and including April Term 1913. Bourne J. P. Magistrate.! dnya $ 12 00 Committee work Coldiron J. W. Magistrate 8 days 24 00 committee work Ison Logan Magistrate 5 days 15 00 committee work Ray Harrison Magistrate 7 days 21 00 work Dunn Jack 2 days hauling on 3 00 road 3 00 same Same 2 days 1 60 same Same 1 days 1 50 same Myers J. 1 days 3 00 same Same 2 days 3 00 Rose R. L. 2 days same 3 00 same Sams 2 days 3 00 same Same 2 days Jennings O. for work on pave9 75 ment same Steward Allen 6 87 same Salter Herbert 5J days 1 87 same Adams Tom 1 days 5 00 same Gibbs Robert 7 50 same Wadkins Patterson G. M, L. and N. 26 00 freight on load crush stone Bourne J. W. hauling dirt and 51 00 rock 17 days Cunningham Bony for cleaning 5 00 cistern at C. House Sweeney J. W. Bony for cleaning 3 00 cistern at jail Adams W. L. 1 days hauling on 1 50 road levy 1913 Anderson Jas (col) 2 days hauling on road levy 1913 3 00 Berry John 5 days hauling on 7 50 road levy 1914 Broaddus T. L. 6 days hauling on 9 00 road levy 1913 Bourne Wesley 3 days hauling on road levy 1913 4 50 Bourne Am 4 days hauling on 6 00 roed levy 1913 Brown Geo. 2 days hauling on road levy 1913 3 00 Baird A. C. 1 days hauling on 1 50 road levy 1913 Baird S. L. 6 days hauling on road levy 1911 9 00 Brown Jim 1 days hauling on 1 50 road levy 1913 Brown Robert 1 days hauling on on road levy 1913 1 50 Clark Sim 7 posts at 50 cents 3 50 f sch Collett E. D. 0 days hauling on road 9 00 Collett Mat C days 9 00 same Conner Geo. 6 days same 9 00 Colson G. B. 2 days 3 00 same Cotton J. A. 1 days 1 50 same Carter Geo. 5 days 7 50 same Chestnut T D. 4 days same 6 00 Chestnut J. T. 3 days hauling on road levy 1913 4 50 Chestnut J. V. 3 days hauling on road levy 1913 4 50 Creech E. G 2 J days hauling on road, levy 1913 3 75 Donahue Hugh, 4 days hauling on road, levy 1912 6 00 Dickerson James 6 days hauling on road, levy 1912 9 00 . Davis Bill 5 days hauling on road, levy 1912 8 25 Doolin Herman 2 days hauling on road, levy 1913 3 00 Doolin W. T. 3 days haulingon road Levy 1913 4 40 Edwards A. F. 3i days same 5 62 Elam G. W. 4J days same 6 75 Faulkner E. W. 6 days same 9 00 Fox R. R. 4 days same 6 00 Haskins W. C. for lumber Levy 33 75 Hawley Ira 6 days hauling on - 9 00 road levy 1913 Haskir.8 W. C. 6 days same 9 00 Haskins Ben 6 daysj same 9 00 Hilton Car. 5 days same 7 50 Hilton Leek 3 days same 4 50 game Hiatt Will J days 0 75 Johnson Jas. 6 days same 9 00 Lane Ollie 1 days same 1 50 Logan Howard 1 days same 1 50 Same 1 days same 1 50 Lawson Mose 3i days same 4 87 Lear Will 1J days same 2 25 Montgomery Isaac 1 days same 1 50 Moss Walton 4 days C 00 same AUddieton John 5 days same 7 50 Moore J. M. 3Jdays same 5 25 name jj days same 5 25 McCoy Fray 1J day3 same 2 25 Phelps Charley 3 days same 4 50 Phelps Bud J days same 0 75 Prewitt Carl 2 days hauling on road levy 1913 3 00 Ponder A. E. 5 days same 7 50 Prewitt John 1 days same 1'50 Ranse J. A. 6 days same 9 00 Ray J. D. 1 days" -1 50 same Ray Floyd 2 days same 3 00 Turner Harry 4 days same 6 00 Thompson H. L. 5J days same 8 25 Todd C. B. 1 days Same 1 50 Same 5 post cross beams 1 25 Whithed E. 1 days hauling on roaa levy j 50 Wren W. M. 1J days same 2 25 Wilmot Authur 2 days same 3 00 Wilson J. C. 6 days same 9 00 Ward Preston 3i days same 5 25 Whithed Ebb 500 feet lumber at $ 1.75 per hundred 1912 levy 8 75 Adams Jack freight bill Md'se levy 1912 1 26 Same Jailer Ac'ct 212 05 Bourne J. IP. Mag. 3 days sitting inct 7 days Oom work 30 00 Broaddus Mrs Jennie & Son pauper acct Lvy 1912 5 60 Brown R. S. acct for paupers levy 1912 8 40 Ball & Holtzdaw Acct levy 1912 12 00 Ballard G. A, (chairman) G. A. Ballard road case levy 1912 1 00 Ballard G. A. Sheriff Acct 186 18 Ballard G. A. damago to land tigate mutdar of Fain Beters 8 J. W. magistrate 10 da. 102 50 1 58 Central Record Acct levy 1912 206 70 149 15 Conn Bros Acct levy 1912 Coldiron J. W. Mag. 3 days sitting in court 13 days Com. work , 48 00 Doty W. A. making settlement financial condition of Co levy 1912 15 00 Elliott W. M. acct for waiting 30 00 on pauper levy 1912 Elmore & Thomas Prem. on 165 00 Insurance 14 00 Ford A. D. County Judge Acct Frederick Disinfecting Co (Atlanta Gs) iusecticede 19 00 levy 1912 Furr W. H. acctMdse. etc. levy 1932 10 33 Frisbie F. P. Prem on Insurance 163 50 levy 1912 Gaines Ed. C. Prem on Insur37 50 ance levy 1912 Gaines Ed C. Prem on Insurance levy 1912 37 50 Gastineau Robt viewer G. A. Ballard Road case levy 1912 3 00 Glass & Sanders Bal on acct 16 26 Hamilton J. W. Co. clerk G. A. Ballard road case 11 05 Hiatt J. M. viewer cost G. A. Ballard road case levy 1912 3.00 Henderson G. M. chairman cost G. A. Ballard road case levy 1912 Hurt & Anderson levy 1912 Hudson & Wherritt Prem on Insurance levy 1912 Hamilton Mrs. Jas. I. Prem on Insurance levy 1912 Hamilton Mrs. Jas. I. Prem on Insurance levy 1912 Hamilton Mas. Jas. I. Prem on Insurance levy 1912 Hudson & Hughes Acct levy 1912 1 00 69 60 11 00 11 00 16 50 56 18 166 64 Hamilton J. W. Co. Clerk, account 31 40 Henderson John, damage to to land and fence, levy 1912 (G. A. B.) R. C. 192 00 Haselden Bros acct, levy 1912 252 65 Harris E. W. sewing assesors books 1 50 Ison Logan mag. 3 days sitting 30 00 inct 7 days com work Jones J. A. coroner acct in Hager, levy 1912 8 50 Same corner acct in Wheritt 8 00 Same Prem on insurance 12 00 Same 55 00 same Same same 33 00 Leavell A D Viewer (G. A. B.) road case, levy 1912 3 00 Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co. account lumber, levy 1912 63 65 Logan H. T. account, levy 1912 24 78 Morrow E W town clock.Ievy '12 25 00 Mount J R Son & Co account levy 1912 43 41 Mason Shelby, stenographer circuit court account levy 1912 25 00 McClure and Co building 4 assessors books levy 1912 18 00 Northcott H. B. accfcoal pauper levy 1912 1 00 Perkins Sam Carpenter work levy 1912 4 50 Pumphrey J. W. account mending harness levy 1912 9 75 Preston Ed for caring for and boarding Eliza Ross mo Aug. and Sept levy 1912 15 00 Rigney W. O. burying pauper Stormes 12 00 Ray Harrison magistrate 3 day setting in court 6 days committee work. 27 00 Ray Harrison magistrate house court 3 days 6 00 Speaks J. W. Mt Vernon Ky 17 50 screening for walk levy 1912 Stormes J. E. Acct levy 1912 69 71 Tinslev H. J. surveyor map etc G. A. Ballard road case levy 1012 7 00 ! IK - . i' V3T Walker G. C. Gdn ad litem (G. A. B.) 5 00 Whitted E. bridge lumber sills 50 75 Election Officers Primary Election. Bourne Wesley Sheriff levy 1912 2 00 Broaddus J. M. same 2 00 Bowling G. A. same 2 00 dallard J. P. same 2 00 Cook W. R. Judge levy 1912 2 00 Doty J. P. same 2 00 Gosney N. J. same 2 00 Hurt F. G. Clerk same 2 00 Hendren T. S. Judge same 2 00 Ham J. P. .Sheriff same 2 00 Hill T. O. Sheriff 2 00 same Ison Logan Judge same 2 00 Kinnaird V. G. Clerk same 2 00 Logan Alex Judge same 2 00 Ledford C. B. same 2 00 Mount J. R. same 2 00 McQerry J. H. same 2 00 Noe Nathan same 2 00 Posey J. H. same 2 00 fointer J. W. Judge 2 00 same Rose, B. C. Clerk Levy 1912 2 00 Ray, H. B. Sheriff same 2 00 Ramsey, B. Clerk same 2 00 Rogers, N. W. Sheriff same 2 00 Ray, R. R. Judge same 2 00 Robinson, Ben F. Clerk same 2 00 Ruble, J. B. Judge same 2 00 Ross, Joe. A. Judge same 2 00 Stotts, Wm. H. Judge same 2 00 Tatum, J. W. Clerk same 2 00 White, Jno. N. Judge same 2 00 Walker, A. K. Judge same 2 00 Walker, H. L. Clerk 2 00 Bame Warren, J. P. Clerk same 2 00 Wheeler, W. A. Clerk same 2 00 Woods, E. L. Judge . same 2 00 The City of Lancaster, water rent for jail work House and urarc nouse. year 1912 82 00 Herron, L. E. screening used 17 50 Watson, W. T. 1 mi. turnpike duiis 700 Qo Frisbie, F. P. for premium on insurance 30 00 Conn, Bristo for conveying Co. Attorney to Hickman to inves County work. 30 00 Ray Harrison magistrate 2 da. house to hold court 6 00 Ford A. D. county Judge 6 da sit- 12 00 sing in court Bourne J. P. magistrate 7 da. 21 00 committee work Slavin T. R. Board of Supervisor 16 50 County part Marksbury F. B. Board of Supervisor County part 16 50 Doty W. A. Board of Snpervisor County part 16 CO Bourne J B. Board of Supervisor County part 16 50 Gosney N. J. Board of Supervisor County part 16 60 Arnold R. L. 1 da. hauling on road 1 50 1 50 Abies Wm. 1 day same 1 day 1 50 Same same Aldridge Geo. 4 day same 6 00 Arnold Ashby 2 day 3 00 same Aldridge S. H. 2 da. 3 00 same Broaddus Wm. 3 da. 4 50 same Burdett, Josh 6 da . 9 00 same Bentley Ebb 200 ft. lumber 3 50 Bawlin Jas 2 da. hauling on road 3 00 Baker Eliza 2 da. same 3 00 Ballard Clarence 2J da 3 75 same Bolton C. B. 7 day same 10 50 Benteey Ebb 3 da. 4 50 same Baker Mat 6 da. 9 00 same Bergenner Richard 5 da. same 7 50 Brewer Wm. 6 da. 9 00 same Bess John 6 da. 9 00 same Boian R. C. 3 da same 4 50 Same 3 sills 75c. spikes 50c 600 ft 10 25 lumber 9 00 Baker Eliza 1 da. hauling on road 1 50 Ballard E. H. 6 da 9 00 same Cox Emanuel 4J da 6 75 same Creech Wm. 1 da. 1 50 same Carter D. M. 2 da. same 3 00 Creech H. D. 1 da. 1 50 same 1 da. Same 1 50 same Creech W. H. 1 da. 1 50 same Creech Fred 1 da. 1 50 same Creech J. B. 2 da. same 3 00 Calico Jno. 3 da. 4 50 same Clark Ciav 3$ da. 5 25 same Collett Mat 4 da. 6 00 same Collett Dave 4 da. same 6 00 Cruise Wm. 2 da. 3 00 same Durham Jas. 2 da. same 3 75 Doty John 4 da. same 6 00 Davis John 3 da. same 4 50 Davis Geo 1 da. 1 50 same Folger Frank 2i da. 3 75 same Fain Mollie J da. 75 same Furr W. H. 2 da. 3 00 same Gafney Walker 2i da. same 3 75 Gabbard Oscar 3 da. same 4 50 Goins Mark 1 da. 2 25 same Green Telly 1 da. 1 50 same Green Mark 2J da. same 3 75 Gay Sherman 2 da. 3 00 same Hignite Hugh 2 da. haulingon road 3 00 Hiatt Will 1 days 1 50 same Hamilton Jas Jr. 4 days same 6 00 Henderson Gaines 4 days some C 00 Henderson Mack 2 days same 3 00 Humes Wesley 1 days 1 50 same Halcomb S. W. 4 days same 6 00 Haskins Clint 6 days same 9 00 Humes Jim 5 days same 7 50 Humes Thompa 2 days 3 00 bame Hardin Sam 5J days same 8 25 Humphrey Clate 3 days same 4 50 Humphrey Wm. 5 days same 7 50 Ison J. S. 2 days same 3 00 Jones E. P. I j days same 2 25 Kidd A. J. 1 days 1 50 same Land Frank 2 dayj same 3 00 Ledford A. B. 454 ft lumber and nails $2.00 per hundred 9 23 Lakes Ned 3 da. hauling on road 4 50 Lear Richard 4 days same 6 00 Lunsford Ben 5 daya same 7 50 Long Wm 6 days same 7 60 Lane John 4 days same 6 00 Lane Will 6 days same 9 00 Lane Will for 17 locust post (culvert) 2 60 Murphy Sam 2 days hauling on road 3 oo Marsbank Wm. 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Marsee Noah Jr. 2 days hauling on road 3 75 Marsee Joel 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Miller E. P. 4i days hauling on road 6 75 Master Ira 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Meridith A. M. 1J days hauling - on road 2 25 Mitchell Geo. repairing bridge sills and flooring 15 00 Mullins Thornton 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Miller Joe 6 days hauling on read 9 00 Miller Charley 1 days hauling on road 1 so Melton Tom 1 days hauling on road 1 50 McKee John (col) 1 days hauling on road 1 50 McQuerry Sam 6 days hauling on road 9 OO McQuerry Art 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Napier C. F. 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Naylor I. F. 5 days hauling on road 7 50 O'Hearn Thomas 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Payne W m 4J days hauling on road 6 75 Payne Zeke 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Pennington Tim 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Prather W. L. 1 days hauling on road 1 50 Pendleton Clarence 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Prather Willie 4 days hauling on road 6 00 Pointer Green 4 days hauling on road 0 75 Pence Bros. 7J days dauling on road 11 25 Prather Jno 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Pickard J. M. 3 days hauling on road 4 60 Pointer May 1 days hauling no clock 2 00 3 00 Mason W. B. for Stenographer (case D Elam) C 00 road5 55 00 1 50 Mason ShIby Official Steno. Mulligan V. G. for blood hounds Rosa Joe A. 1$ days hauling on (Tim Peters) road 40 00 2 25 McRoberts & Son acct Ross Cronley 2 days hauling on 0 50 98 road 300 McClure & Co. for books Levy 1913 Ray Homer days hauling on 17 75 road 0 75 Perkins Sam acct. for carpenter work etc. Rankin D. F. 4 days hauling on 7 80 road 6 00 Pointer J. W. setting up election booth's 5 00 Robinson B. F. H days hauling 5 40 on road 2 25 Pumphrey J. W. acct. Robinson J. F. Election Commiss Ross Charlie H days hauling on 10 00 road 2 25 ioner Rose B. C. part of acct for pau Ross John 1 days hauling on pers 50 00 road 1 50 Rigney acct for paupers 25 00 Sutton Jno. 2 days hauling on 11 27 acct. road 3 00 Stormes J. E. Smith E. C. com. 2 da. John Mil Stinnett Melvin 2 days hauling lion road case on road 3 00 3"00 Siny the E. C. bridge timber 1 75 Transylvania Co for binding as sessors books 18 45 Simpson Zack 2 days hauling on road 1911 3 00 Walker L. L. Election Commissioner 10 00 Same 2 days hauling on road 1912 3 00 Williams S. L. damage to fence Jno Million road case 17 75 Sebastian W. T. 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Walker A. K. acct. for repairs, etc. Poor House Tres. 44 75 Sebastian Jesse 5 days hauling on road 8 25 Wherritt W. II Admr acct. Reg13 25 istrar Smith Lewis 2 days hauling on Election Officers. 3 00 road Bourne Wes. Judge 2 00 Stone Lon 2J days hauling on road 3 75 Ballard J. P. Sheriff and Mileage 3 41 Bowling J. A. Clerk 2 00 Scott Dennie 3 days hauling on 2 00 4 50 Broaddus J. M. Sheriff road Burnside R. A. Jr. Sheriff 2 00 Sanders Jesse for dynamite and fuse 3 55 Carman W. L. Clerk 2 00 Doty W. A. Judge Sanders Mrs Sallie I days haul2 00 ing on road 1 50 Doty J. P. Judge 2 00 Turner Jim 4 days hauling on Durham Jas. Judge 2 00 road 6 00 Evans L. T. Sheriff and Mileage 3 41 Gosney N. J. Judge and Mileage 3 44 Tomlinson Henry 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Hurt F. G. Clerk 2 00 Same 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Ham J. P. Sheriff and Mileage 3 44 Tuggle Perry 3 days hauling on Hill T. O. 3 44 same road 4 50 Layton Alex Judge 2 00 Thompson G. W. 3 days hauling Marsee Jno. F. Judge 2 00 on road 4 50 Moore Henry Clerk 2 00 McQuery J. H. Judge and MileTodd James 4 days hauling on age road 6 00 3 44 Todd C. H. 6 days hauling on Ruble J. B. Judge and Mileage 3 44 road 9 00 Roger N. W. Sheriff 3 44 Robinson B. F. Clerk Vankwinkle J. L. 4 days hauling 2 00 6 00 Ray Raymond Judge and Mileon road age West W. W. 1 days hauling on 3 44 1 50 Sherrow J. T. Judge road 2 00 Sutton Davis Judge Ward Preston 5 days hauling on 2 00 road 7 50 Stots Wm. Judge 2 00 Tatum j;W. Cleik Warner Everet 1 days hauling 2 00 1 50 Tomlinson H. D. Clerk on road 2 00 White Jno. N. Sheriff Wheeler Sim 4 days hauling on 2 00 6 00 Wheeler W. A. Clerk road 2 00 Walker A. K. Judge White Bessie 4 days hauling on 2 00 6 00 Wynn W. C. Judge and mileage road 3 44 Woods E. L. Judge and mileage White Jake 4 days hauling on 2 00 6 75 Warren J. P. Clerk road 2 00 Central Record account Ward Milton 5$ days hauling on 16 00 8 25 Cotton Charles 2 days hauling road on road Ward Milton for spikes 75 cts. 3 75 14 75 Cruise Wm. 1 day hauling on and 23 sills $14.00 road 1 30 Wheeler M. B. 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Grow Walter 1J days hauling on road Wilson J. C. 4 days hauling on 2 25 Geo. M. of pau6 00 Hendren-D- r. road per account Walker A. K. 3 days hauling on 6 00 5 25 Kuhlman Henry admr. pauper road road 9 Pointer Arch 6 days hauling on road Pointer Wm. 6 days hauling on road Preston Willie 3. days hauling on road Pendleton Hiram 6 days hauling on road Robinson C. A. 2 days hauling on road Ramsey B. 1 days hauling on Same same $ Lancaster Electric Light Co acct 9 00 Montgomery B. B. holding P. M. inquest (Tim Peters) 9 00 Marksbury F. B. acct for coal Mount J. R. Son & Co acct. . 4 50 Marksbury acctmakingset. with sheriff 9 00 Morrow E. W. for repairing 8 da F.-B- 33 55 15 00 IN THE HEART THEATRE, Ftfice5SSSS JKfffesM feS C?Xfe?iV' M V." 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Tal J mV in UH not tKklri Jkf fail a ! r ti. huiii-il.n.i Kajf hu H ( f viw, or Ix 'r A . ! . h firm 12 no to TO ou' Cy ia.Irii- RitbsLtiler on from nln-tiev- r ji-.i- . wl.Ud p. ra. to IW i. a. . , Music by the Finest Orchestra in the Citj should be nitlu l GEO. SCHENCK. AsVt Mcr. t .p'nllayl-'.IWJHotei. A.i-rHotm. PATTE.V, Chattanooga, Term., Atlanta, Ga., under ame manageiaent and ownership. a-sr ROST n. JONES. Miatser. i, '. SSKEZaS&F The Leonard L. B. Shouse, Pres. MAIN STREET. Motel 60. Will Beasley, Mgr. - LEXINGTON, - - KENTUCKY. In the heart of the shopping district. Best Equipped Cafe in the City. Catering to Ladies and Gentlemen. Forty Cent table d'hote Lunch served every day (except Sunday) from 11:30 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. Ala carte Served Daily from 6. a. m. to 12 Midnight. JEWE JUrw Victor, Bogaxt 133-13- 3 1 s, Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lierbracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Silver is excelled by none in the city. Co. West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. Adams Jack jailer account levy 1913 account 15 00 375 95 Preston Elbert 4 days hauling on road 5 25 Allen J. P. damage to fence 6 Ray Cleo. 4 days hauling on Ballard G. F. Sheriff acroad 267 80 count 6 Wooten Mary wire fence on Broaddus R. C. and company Drake3 Creek road 10 00 3 account burying pauper Kemper & Woods Prem on InBrown W. H. Master comsurance Policy No. 22351 21.85 55 missioner supply lost papers Kemper & Woods Prem on InBank of Bryantsville for room surance Policy No. 1412 6 00 holding elections 55 Kemper & Woods Prem on InBallard J. H. for conveying pausurance Policy No. 1040 5 00 55 per to Poor House 50 75 Ford A. D. County Judge year 1100 Becker Ballard & Co account 9 70 Robinson J. E. Attorney Ball W. B. account 700 35 00 Hamilton J. W. Clerk Fiscal Batson R. H. (2) acct. Bradley & Gilbert Co for books 32 85 Court 300 Burnett & Elliott Drs pauper acct 58 00 Hudson B. F, County Tres. 300 15 50 Higgins Miss Jennie School Bolton C. B. for Bridge sills Superintendent 10 00 Ballard G. T. Election Com. 650 83 15 Burnett Dr Wm. Co. Physician 200 Bastin Tele Co. acct. County Health Officer Boian R. C. com 2 da Jno Million 150 road case 3 00 Cleveland Bourne Road Super 1000 Baker E. H. damage to fence 27 50 visor 7 60 Burnett W. 38 posts (Continued in next Issue.) Conn Bros acct 90 51 Central Record acct 91 80 Carter D. M. com. 2 da. John Mil lion road case 3 00 Courier Job Printing Co account 7 00 Dickerson & Kennedy acct bury 10 00 ing pauper Dickerson & Kennedy acct bury ing pauper 15 00 Davidson & Doty acct 24 00 Fun W. HT acct 11 00 Fitch Dushdrawer Co acct Cin. 0. 9 80 00 75 Boots & Harts GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according; to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipe3 of Charlie y The Herhalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or "White-MooCow-hoCOM-CEIi-SA- Ii, 25 00 00 00 00 00 0C n, Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Cowtor Hcrtalist ORIGINATOR Of MITEMOCXS CHETE1HE ISDUS REMEDIES COM lEl-Si- Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIENCE SOPE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 00 00 00 itfjTarftiJafrgJiiMrriMigMfrt gJirJMMMJSHniJrM 00 00 ANNOUNCEMENT NEW TRAIN. Danville i Louisville via Furr W. H. acct. J Frisbie F. P. Premium on Ins. Ford A. D. Co Judge for Stationery 15 00 Gilbert J. S. acct Pauper 3 50 Glass & Sanders same 23 50 Goins WmL acct painting barn at Poor House 10 00 Gabbard W. R. damage to fence Jno Million road case 41 00 Hudson & Hughes acct for coal 4 00 Hamilton Mrs J. I premium on insurance 30 00 Haselden Bros, account 155 28 Hamilton J. W. clerk cost John Million road case 7 95 Hamilton J. W Co clerk acct 52 33 Hamilton J. W. Co clerk for stationery etc 15 00 Hurt & Anderson acct 7 75 Johnson Wm burying pauper 8 00 Jones J. A, Coroner acct 33 75 Joseph Mercantile Co acct for pauper 61 19 Kuhlman Henry Admr acct for pauper 57 00 Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co acct 67 37 Lee H. D. acct pauper 35 00 14 03 13 50 Southern Railway Premier Carrier To The South. Effective Sunday, March 23rd new train service was established between Danville and Louisville which will afford patrons living at stations, Danville to Lawrenceburg additional convenient train service to Louisville and return. To Save Life First fire- SCHEDULE. GOING. RETURNING. Danville 7:30 a. m. Lv Louisville (7th st Depot) 4:00 p.m " (4th ave cros'ng) 425 p.m Harrodsburg 7:50 a.m Lv Talmage 8:08 a. m. Ar Lawrenceburg 6:40 p. m 6:48 p. m Vanarsdale 8:13 a m Ar McBrayer 6:56 p. m Salvisa 8:16 a. m. Ar Salvisa 7:02 p. m McBrayer 824 a m. Ar Vanarsdale 7:08 p. m Lawrenceburg 8:40 a m. Ar Talmage Ar Harrodsburg 7:28 p. m Ar Louisville 10:45 a. m. (4th Ave Crossing) 7:45 p. m Ar Louisville. (7thStDepot) 11:10 a m. Ar Danville Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv and property afterwards is the man'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 yqur family without a home or the means of getting one. This Train Makes all Local Stops. B. H. TODD, Dist Pass. Agt 124 South 4th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. WmMMWMMIu imliTailirSrB raUIriJlirgfHTrJMi tr T 3arr- - The Central Record i Friday, May t$- " - 1 9 1,3. m P,ae BON VERRICK. ,B.: BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol Dark Night .JIGS f blre of 21. lnc I I 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Record 2:29 tf, Trial 2:14 V. Half Brottfer to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 K. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 190C. 18. .1 Searcu-lie- ht SEED Ewoiwtt uMmmmmmi(km COIN. tiJ Silent Hrool 107G9 Kccor12.1' HIrbOt Billy Bufk2.6Slf. Sbawby2.iCX. Meadow Emma 2 004. Brook .r?;. z""1,0 Brook Lady Belltrook etc. 7 OSJJ. USnayClay Great brood mare 2.0S!i. Brihtlieht Dark Wilis 2 09 Vaip2.0U, etc. .... . ( Korwood I (Alcvone7T!,2:27. Sire of 60, dams of G3. ( Noouday llj M Elmo 275. Great Brood Mar. (Harry Clay. 2. V95. lre of 4 dams or 69. Carroll Preston 4383. 16 Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, hands high 27l. ....... Clftvo Dam of I.ula Watts (2) 2:27;;. Bleucher 2r29'f, half tr. 21:7: ont of ftBrook sister to Silent 2:1G Moko244S7 Sire of Brenda Yorke Kerno 2:04. Belle (3) 2.05U. Xatlre 2.0rt. Sllrer Silk (4) 2.08)4. Monrlcod) 2rf)7'f Susfe (Queen Ethel. By Strathinore Dam of Bnmps Belle By Narvvood 5J2. Baron Wilkes 47V. 2:1B Sire of 12 in 2 10. etc. 408. $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. 2814 N.(3;2.09i.etc. IBettvClay Half bister Brook 2 16U.RrddIe Clay H and Lilly Clay darn of True 2 21.. to Silent lieu I I Wilkes Nutwood S000. 224. Sire of Carl w likes z.ih;s. Clay. Br Harry Clay 45 flam nf client BlOOL 2 16M. Reddle Clay 4J 2 tji-i- , etc. Sire Preston 922 by Washington Denmark G4. 1st dam baby Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 3roTdam, daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. Grey Eagle HIGH CLOUD 3334. Silent Brook 19769, 2:1CJ, sire of Billy Burk 2.03J, Meadow Brook 2:06i. Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 Shawbay 2.07J, Zarrine 2:07J, Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2 :10. Margaret Bathgate Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel (4) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071, etc. His dam, Jenny grandam of Prue 2:21. 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2251, and was u families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. Official Directory Of Garrard County. It certainly looks like very little training and most of that by an amateur this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win Circuit Judge Hon Cluirlcs Ilnrclin. his share of the money sure. Commonwealths Attorney lion, tmmet Tur- road horse, good gaited with perfect BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a year. manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner U . II. Brown. Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse Trustee Jury Fund Btnj. I. KoMuson. out this year. Ofljclal Court Stenographer Mi as Sue Shelhy This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties tojjreed inNear Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. Mason. breeding over and to the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's County Judge A. D Ford. I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by the show record County Attorney J E. Koutnson. see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. County ClerV J. W. Hamilton. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Kentucky, at Lancaster, Corontr J. A. Jones Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda 1718, one of the two great chief sires. Yorke (3) 2:08J (Futurity winner.) (5) 2.01J. Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity filly,) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:06 (champion (4) 2:08J, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, ner,) Silver Silk These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, SUiko (31 z:iii iriuumy winner, etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) action, and perfect gaits. 2:09, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:132, etc Brother to Bumps 2:031, I have facilties for erring for mares sent to me from a distance and will Baron D. 2:lo, etc furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. Bleucher 46153, record 2291, trial mile 2:142, half in 1:06, last quarter In all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if marcs are removed He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse but not responsiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect $20.00 To Insure.a Living Foal. The corn, crop is the most important of all crops grown in the United States and less importance is attached to the selection of seed for Planting. Why not increase your yield by planting Boone County White, which will produce from 5 to 15 bushels more per acre than most any other variety? W. Bush Nelson of Lexington, Ky. is! supplying his customers with choice seed of this variety at $1.25 per bushel Order now so as to get it before the rush comes. 4-- t. I at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Will make the season of 1913 m $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. I & 9 w Don Vernek, by Onward Silver 2.05 '1 (who sold for $25,000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 221'A, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15 4 and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2.10; Billy Wilton 2.20. Winchester ? 19 ' Miss R 2.30. Dim Verrick is bred exaetlv hkr Spam It Queen 200, , and sold for a handsome prue I will also at the same time and place my big 15 'A hand Jack at stand n $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ( s A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. 1 M&mm.mm3LmM acci-ciden- ts m i W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kv AT BELLEVUE FARM. TIME. No. 4.724: 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- $20.00. To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on gra33 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. Winner of 82 first, 25 championships, 2 grand championships past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. in the Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerift C. A. KoMn-n- n. Superintendaut ot Schools Mls Jennie Hig- - girs. W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:53 Bingen 2:06 4. LANCASTER, KY. Todd 2:14 3. The To Jds Always Sell They Mature Early. $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 yean of age. Tcdd sold for $28,000. Badpn sold for 25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of $15,000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. Breed In The Most Fashionable .Family Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E B.Ray. Jailer JacV Adams. Supen isor of Koads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. M GISTKATh3. J. P Bourne 1st. Dist. L- - gau Isou --'ml. Dlt. HarrUou Kay 3rd. Dist Julius Coldiion 4th, IJC COUNTY HJAKD OF EDUCATION. CronUy Bioai'dus Ut. DUt It D MMnrtr 2ml liNt. O J. Hendri'ii 3rd DM. Thomas f. kin,;, ttli Uist. CITY OF LUiUASTEK. Major II. T I.ogan. Cit Judge E.W Harris. City Attorney P.. II. lomliuson. Cit Cl-II. K Herndon. City Assessor John M Mount. City Treamrer D. A. Thomas. Chief Felice L. E. Herrou. COUNIILMEK. 1 inch high, with a Won several blue ties d. He is now saddling nicely. If you are looking for size, style, action and bone and a fine combined horse, you should see Standard Time before booking your mares Will make the season at my farm three miles from Danville on Stanford pike at the low price of - $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Money due when mare foals or is parted with. II. C IlatrlKca. H" F. alter. Win. Hurcdon. Record 2:071- Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD $30.00 1-- 4, 46793. Eufala, Ala. Parker Gregory. V. M. Zauone. G S. Greenleaf. TO INSURE. 1-- 2, 3-- 4, 1-- 2, 1-- L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. W. Phone 133-- 3 S. Tewmey. rings. DANVILLE, KY. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass 2.04 Todd Mac 2.07 Al Stanley 2 08 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 2 etc. Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.03 Todd 2.08 Dictator etc., son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 1-- 4, 4, 4, 1-- 4, Kentucky's Choice Arrive. 3765 No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond etc.) ldam GolJen Ready 2.10 3-- 4, by Golden Slope, 12434 Golden Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc, and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 Todd Still 2.23, etc. Silence 2.21 by Stranger 30S0 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire cf Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and Belle Kuser 2.08) Balteno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (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 Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Edison Dam of Bayrenth 2.20 Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie Owens 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 Golden etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver 2.10, Momento 2.19 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.0S 1-- 4 Good Goods Boca 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2.24 Col. Pattrick 2.10 Tulu K. 2.12 etc. by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, "with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers, "... . . Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 4 3-- 2, by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Major R. L. C. Jr. 1-- 4, 3-- Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. Danville, Kentucky. Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. 1-- 3-- 1-- 1-- 4, 2-- 3-- 4, 1-- 3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- 4. 1-- 4, 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, 1-- 4, A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and Will make the season of 1913 at my excellent carriage. stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red Squirrel. 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 M He $20. 4136. i Villi Hill Squirrel. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & 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 Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Will make the season at "Elkin Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. street at $10. to Insure Living Colt. GARRARD PEAVINE. After Reading The Records. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue April 8th, has this to say regarding saddle sires: "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods who is the one most likely capable of doing it again to-da- Diamond Dick. y JOHN 3. BAUGHMAN, Phone 523. P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. Circuit 1812. totto'oiBthiiSi'rewrtc a Grand Circuit winner of 1912. Bon oi Jay McGregor 2.07jvrho recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars (115.000.00) for export to Russia,. nd who who sold at auction February 4th, in New York City for sixteen sired Baldy McGregor 2 0 thousand dollars (16.000.OU) for export to Austria, His dam Is Baroness Sibyl 2.2 a daugh ter oi Baron likes. A great many people consider Chlmewood the ..jvaiJ 1 hlsomest trotting stallion living; son of ZIIV H!ghwood2.21 and Chime of Bells byrJIam- brinoKIng. His first five dams are In great brood mare list. Uncle Commission of men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Bommell Chief of Animal Husfour bandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (8,000.00) cash for Chlmewood to head the government breeding farm In Colorado. This as well as other of f ers have been refused. This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1813 terms and full information and the place. Address, This pony is 4 ye are old, spotted and Will also make the season of 1913, at a good imdividual, 48 inches high and a my place at $10.00 to insure a living fine saddle pony. He will make the colt. He is a fine young three year old season at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Sired by with fine style and action. Sire, Black Button one of the highest Rex Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam 6330. White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Kentucky. And then HE correctly records REID. 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. Also at the same time and place I will stand my One big Thistle Donne 2.09 14 rtmlmn LnimeWOOQ lalil 14 i S-- A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 15i 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. Jack. Young John Morgan 3705 Youncr 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 t Investigate For Yourself. We are now meeting mares Then Decide. $10. to Insure Living Colt at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. Farm 3' miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsbnrg tnrnplke. Local and Long Distance Fhone. No. las Danville, Ky $25.00 to Insure a living colt for Bach Horse. JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Lien retained on all colts for the sea son money. Care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur Season duejwhen mare is traded or parted with ftLLEN S EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky. GLENWORTH FARMS. " -- MARK GOINS, J. T. Rainey. Kentucky. Marksbury, Lancaster Ky. Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blood to Bohemian King, standing is bred right, therefore, breeds right. " at $20. Be-to- ' r -- . , - ,. Page 6; lIsIcS The QerttVal Record, Friday, May 16, 191 S. 4 - ..I li ffimm$88iMmimifm3MmLG$ GSI&ffiMmm (ITS. flrSJ pa CHILDREN'S HAIR using PARISIAN SAGE. ' Weak Keep It Clean And Free From Disease By Stomachs Strong IN ONE WEEK Made TRY SOLACE hi OUR EXPENSE tSTESLI Parsley's eY Money Back for any case of that We Write Anv Kind of Mm Herts Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, DAYS Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,'lNer-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR If you want your children to grow up with strong sturdy and vigorous hair, teach them to use PARISIAN Sage;the world renowned Hair Tonic. PARISIAN Sage is guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to cure dandruff and stop falling hair in two weeks. It grows new Jiair quickly in cases where the hair is "thinning out." It is positively the most delightful, invigorating hair dressing on themarfiet. It is not sticky or greasy and will make the coarsest hair soft, lustrous and lux uriant. Get a bottle and watch how rapid its action. Giroux Mfg. Co, American Makers, Buffalo, N. Y. 50-ce- nt If your stomach is so weak that food won't stay down or fermentation takes place, causing gas, heaviness, and genStomach eral misery, you need Tablets and the sooner you get them the better for you. R. E. McRoberts & Son knows what one box will do for he honorably offers to return the cost if you aren't splendidly benefitted. Don't be timid about trying this great Stomach prescription. It has cured thousands of cases of chronic indigestion, gastritis, dyspepsia and catarrh of the Stomach. There is no reason on earth why Stomach Tablets won't make you healthy an! happy. 50-ce- nt Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. INS U at Nfltinnpl Rank, Ky Phone 27. Offinfi $ .. HAMILTON VALLEY. Miss Bertha Woolwine of Cartersville is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton was out here last Sunday. Mrs. Ebb Bentley was the guest of her sister Mas. Charley Davis last Sun day. Mr. J. H. Hamilton visited his grandmother Mrs. M. A. Hamilton of Buena Vista last Sunday. Miss Stella McQuearv visited her cousin Miss Lillie Beazley of Flat Woods last week. Mr. Link Lakes bought a yoke of work cattle and a tract of timber from Mr. Bige Spurlock last week, price un known. Protracted meeting will begin at the Methodist church at Cartersville May the 18th by Rev. John E. Roberts and Rev. Thompson. 45 T TREATMENT $1.00. PKEAUHEUSV1LLE. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy illlllllCllL or a Pain. Deafness, Burns, Stings Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. CREME SOAP. 6c For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All on sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman 5 Son, Lowell, Ky. mBfflsmmi&mm&nmi Wm&M&W&i Pity the Unpainted House! Would you go out in the pouring rain wearing your best clothes if you had no protection such as an umbrella or raincoat? Not if you could help it, you say. CATARRH GOES. Yet some people expose expensive material to the elements without adequate protection. The building material in your house is expensive and should be protected. Otherwise it will be ruined as surely as the fine clothes you wouldn't wish to wear out in the rain. Dampness causes decay in wood-worIf you keep out the dampness you keep away decay. Paint made with k. Snuffles And Hawking Cease. The best nose and throat specialists their Datients to breathe Eucalyptus to destroy Catarrh germs and heal the sore, raw spots. Booth's HYOMEI is Australian Eucalyptus combined with Thvmol. and some Listerian antiseptics. Breathe it tnrough the little pocket inhaler, and in vapor form as directad. and this an tiseptic balsam will surely destroy all germ lire and all Catarrh misery. It s guaranteed for Catarrh. Couehs. Cold and Croup; it relieves stuffed-u- p nead in 5 minutes and refreshes the en tire nasal tract. Complete outfit with directions for use $1.00. If you own a HYOMEI inhaler get a bottle of Booth's HYOMEI for 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts and druggists everywhere. Just breathe it no stomach dosing. in the world advise Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) and Pure Linseed Oil. will keep away dampness and prevent decaf. We sell it. Come in and have about painting. a talk with as C.C.&J.E, Stormes Lancaster, Ky. BUCKEYE. W. T. Noel was in Nicholasville last week. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasvil.e Tuesday. Howard Wearen entertained a few of his friends "at dinner" Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and family were the week-en- d guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray. Miss Bessie Ray Sanders of Madison Co. was the guest of Miss Leota Ray the first of the week. Rev. H. M. Demoss of Louisville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Simposn Saturday night and Sunday. A number of relatives and friends from here attended the funeral of Mrs. J. P. Prather at Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hunter and little daughter Christine, of Nicholasville have been recent guests of Mrs. W. T. Noel. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son Burnett, motored from Crab Orchard Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. DECIDE YOURSELF " tAatjointf jgC-aSi-r til patented joint has the whole business of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at THAT these joints, a two-piec- e stave IliiBlS III II HlH VJct;.fl!5 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 sQo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself ont of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. The Opportunity Is Here, Backed By Lancaster Testimony. ft Our - Personal Guarantee to all Skin Sufferers" In Lancaster. We have been in business in this town bottle will cost you nothing. Tou alone ifor some time, and we are looking: to to judge. build up trade by always advising our Again and again we have seen how a patrons rlfbt. iew urops 01 ims simple wasn applied So when we tell you that we have to the skin, takes away the itch, inSound the eczema remedy and that we stantly. And the cures all seem to ba stand back of it with the manufacturer's permanent. Iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves D. D. D. D. Prescription made by the D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, la you can depend upon it that we sire our glycerine, oil of advice not in order to sell a few bottler composed of thymol, healing, wlntergreen and other soothing, medicine to skin sufferers, but be- cooling of ingredients. And if you are cause we know how it will help our just crazy with itch, you will feel business if we help our patrons. and the itch absolutely We keep in stock and sell, all the well soothed awaycooled,moment you applied washed the known skin remedies. But w will say this D. D. D.. this: If you are suffering from any We have mad fast friends of mors kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis, than one family by recommending this rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a skin sufferer here and size bottle of D. D. D. Prescription, there and we want you to try it now tvnd, it it does not do. jhe work, tbia oa our PMlUve nopay guarantee. R. E. McRoberts & Son. ment. Read Lancaster endorsement. Read the .statements of Lancaster citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: Mrs. B. F. Walter. Hill St. Lancas ter. Ky., says: "I never fail to nraise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity, as Jthey are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without. a supply in the house for years. When ever my DacK becomes lame and painful, a few doses brine me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble, The kidnev secretions were unnatural and cave unmistWenMe evidence of disordered kidneys. At that time it was my good fortune ot hear of Doan's Kidnev Pillsandlbeiran using mem. in a short time my Kidneys were normal." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Don't take our word for it Don't depend on a stranger's state poultry ItcuMJ gaptiaaJlinbemeclLWuFoutuil." Mr. Thomas Naylor who has been 1.44 dropped down the bi'lol a gipun WiUCoamn.Birdtfawn.Kr .iits "One drop ef Reap quite ill is better. chkkcnUblhewonaudtclMTeithechickiatuiiilx. ltu llie balprewwel bae i oied. and Gcaranteed by J. Robt Crome, Birdstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Draggbts. Hffl. Rev. J. E. Roberts preached at the SC LD DY Methodist church Sunday. C. C & J. E. Stoimei. Mrs. Ona Naylor who has been quite ill of measles is improving gui k T" - mm"' ' t r7Y7TTT Mr. J. J. Smith of Brodhead, visited SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION the family of Mr. J. M. Cress Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and family R. Lee Morris, president of the First visited their relatives at Broadhead, National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote Sunday. the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace Mrs. W. C. Cummins visited her father Mr. H. F. Newland at Cedai to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has Creek Friday. Mr. Ira Bell of Paint Lick visited been used by some friends of mine Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lunsford and fami- here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. ly last week. Round Round Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. Trip Trip Mrs. Marinda Blankenship and a IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL daughter Miss Ella Blankenship visited ! AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY I ill ii ii TTJgiareiacga Miss Kathenne Payne Friday. TAKING SOLACE. "No Special SPECIAL TRAIN Mrs. Carrie Hargis who has visited Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST her sister Mrs. Logan Thompson re- SOLACE ALONE does the work. turned to Shelby City Sunday morning. Write today for the free box, etc. Mr. Willis Bell got a finger broken SOLACE REMEDY CO., ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. by a fall from a barn while at work in Battle Creek Mich. VggSlSSJSgB5 the Paint Lick section. Mrs. Mary Colson and family of Harmony section, visited her mother, Mrs. B. T. Lunsford and family Fri day. Mr. E. D. Kennedy of Stanford, vis ited his relatives here and was getting signers to his petition, he is in the race for Assessor of Lincoln and his friends say he will win. Mr. D. M. Anderson received word Si.""?i.... from Rev. E. B. English pastor of the '5''2.l r r -- rr rr-rnr- rBaptist church, that he will be unable to fill his pulpit here next Sunday but will be here the 4th, Sunday instead. Mrs. Silas Anderson the aged mother No other factor adds more to the life of your property and will increase its value at of Mr. John B. Anderson near here and Mr. Henry Anderson, of Stanford, "The Kind That Lasts. a smaller expenditure than who suffered a broken arm is improv ing and it is thought she will make a Guaranteed by the manufacturers, Peaslee-Gaul-be- rt Mastic Paint is the unadulterated combinacomplete recovery. Co., Louisville, Ky., Mastic Paint tion of the finest pure White Lead, Zinc and Almost the entire community turned Linseed Oil. The formula is plainly printed assures permanent satisfaction. It has stood out Tuesday of last week to see the for more than 40 years and the test of time old Hutchinson pond seined. This pond on every can. It is far superior to any other is familiarly known to the younger paint and more economical. you can't go wrong in using it generation as "Big Pond" and is the home of some fine old German carp. Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How to Thp seining was conducted by some of Paint Them," also color "card of 45 color combinations. the local anglers, who have not been successful in landing fish by hook and line. The pond was dragged with two long rolls of poultry netting one being fastened on top of the other and stretched along the shore, a heavy draft team was hooked to the end of the fence with a block and tackle attached and a boat followed behind and assisted in holding up the netting too many rock, logs, fence-rail- s and other submerged obstacles kept the seine from doing effective work, then an abundance of rushes and a regular sarg gasso of floating moss made quite a heavy pull. A lot of nice fish were ! caught the largest weighed 24 lbs. The t si catch brought forth cheers from the enthused fishermen and about a dozen is dogs instantly engaged in a general Made in the World's Largest Independent Furnaces, Mills and fight Each beligerent canine had to be given a rousing good sousing before it Factories for the Production of Wire Products. What of it ? would be good. A lot of good dinner Pittsburgh Perfect " Fence, has helped Why should you bother about the was at hand and everybody enjoyed size of the plant ? Only for the one big to build the mammoth plant. That is themselves immensely. The late Henry it reason back of it all the big, still growing why you should know about " and why Blankenship paternal uncle to the you should learn all about Pittsburgh plant is the result of the success of Pittswriter once told us how he had cradled Perfect" Fence AS MADE TODAY. burgh Perfect " Brands. Continual imoats on the land which is under the Before you buy any fencing, get our free provement in material and manufacture, present large pond. Thus we can see catalogue. It's a mine of valuable fence backed by the original idea of the Elecwhat a great change may take place in trically Welded joints used only in information. Get it today. the landscape and topography of a TO -country in 60 years, what great chang Made in Different Style, for FIELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. Vgry IVOQ flvUrartTffe CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN es might take place in 600 years, what might occur in 6,000 years. 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 ell it, write us direct. "PitUDurgh Perfect" Brandt of Barbed Wire; Notice To Water Consumers. If you are intereed in Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealed & GelTanized Wire; Twitted 4-- 1 -7 re-qn- SOLACE REMEDY is a recent discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description SOLACE i3 a pure specific in every way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon BEAZLEY & COLLSE Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. rzr-- WE Notice! Poultry Raisers ), 4-11- -44 Cholera. GaDes, Limberneck. Roup, Canker, zMsks z,tia0zrr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Miu Kane Brrint. Bardrtown. Kj.. ay Fs nil a "I b'e nied Rf tire 4-- 1 fur yeirj end tiiai it Im fcal w CINCaftisyATI AND RSTU&RS Sunday May 25th. 1913. iilSliljilMSl Iglhi-E-l- "v Lvs jyfyOHOii CITY 5:35 am MASTIC PAINT Insures the Life of Your Home n Mastic Paint " JTirp TT rt.CfCr R. E. McRoberts & Son. fL Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence Pvolr .J states. LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary Remember the name take no other. Dean's and The undersigned hereby erive warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our ianas ror any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters anil. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price POSTED There is an ordinance prohibiting the using of hydrants for sprinkling purpos es except between the hours of from 5 to 7 o'clock a. m. and from 5 to o'clock p. m. This affords ample time for sprinkling which is necessary for the comfort of those who use the city water for that purpose. With the present high pressure which is afforded, it is very injurious to turn the hose directly with full force against the street and you can obtain better results by elevating the nozzle and allowing the water to descend in a shower. If patrons insist on injuring the streets as above set out, they will be required to secure sprays for their lawn hose. We have ample water for all purposes, but patrons are requested to be as saving as possible with the water, use what you want for domestic and sprink ling purposes, but do not allow your hydrants to run all night and in other ways waste the water. There has been several industries started which will require considerable water, and in order to supply tbem it will be necessary to be as careful as possible with the water supply. The manner in which the water is used will be carefully watched, and the laws governing its use enforced. 2- -t L. E. Hereon. Son't Cable Wire; Hard Spring Cbil Wire; Fence Staple; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire NaiU; Galramzed Wire Naila; Large Head Roofing NaiU; Single Loop Bale Tiea; Pitta-burPerfect" Fencing. All made of Open for FREE copy cf our ALMANAC 1913 Hearth matenaL W53m Pittsburgh Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ID Money-Savin- g Power Lies in Intelligent Buying STUDY THE FORMULA OF Hanna's Green Seal Paint AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT Durability Spreading Power and Beauty combined SOLD BY sH ' 1 1 i BfeidiB H CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky, .. The Central RecoHCFriday, May "1 6, 9 3. "1 1 Page T5 rm m f &mi'W&&mtm&W&&miW$wtw 5S$ f I 1 HE it. NOW IS THE TIME 8IWrW,AUILi..LJBl!'JlMMJJiUJH,WH?IL U I iji Uj iJiwiMj-A.J- u.iaazwiwjggggj'ivvfvtBWJBjxaaqs I 1 I i: I ! I! To buy all your new spring wearing apparrel, while all our different departments are replenished with many new and beautiful offerings. Numerous new styles in Gingham Dresses, in all sizes for both large and small women. A large shipment of Rugs and Carpets just received. A look will convince you that we are second to none in this department. We want your business and our guarantee is Satisfactory Merchandise, Honest Dealings, Courteous Treatment and Good Service. I M I I I JL XI t i fid w iT-JT-- r Exclusive Dealers in Ladies Wearing Apparel. i S3 ; 1 iMisiP We are selling out our J. W. Sweeney made a short business ant visit of a few days to Stanford hours and all enjoyed the afternoon The progress of this child is most re' relatives. stay in Louisville this week. thoroughly. Miss Scott was assisted by markable. I --r Mr. and Mrs. Wm Smith of Madison r- -f Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes were in Mi3 Sue M. Scott and Mrs. Thomas Friend3 of Miss Lucile Cooper who Scott. Mrs. John W. Scott gave a has taught in New York City forsever-acounty are here visiting relatives Lexington this week. l beautiful luncheon for Mrs. McFarland years are very much gratified to Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie were W. J. Romans spent several days in the decorations being snow balls. Her know she has accepted a position with Danville relatives Tuesday. vm....m returning mes- - Rucst3 were Mrs McFarland. Mrs Wil- - on the that Gulf Coast. She will teach in a A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mrs. Russell of Stanford has been a day liamson, Miss Didlake, Mrs. C. D. Che- -' private home and we hope will spend Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. a recent visitor of Aliss Hallie Brown. Miss Dove Harri3 of Danville wa3 nault. Mrs Clarence Williamson and delightful winter. Miss Didlake also were hostesses for a R. H. Batsonisathomefromavisit,the8uestof Mrs- - Pat Anderson this Mr W. P. Kincaid formerly of your lovely little gathering in her honor. Miss Lizzie Bettis is at home from to his son Judge Homer W. Batson of county had the misfortune to lose his j Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hemphill motored bam by fire on Monday afternoon. He and 28cts. the Normal school at Richmond. American and Anthony Wire Fence at Card Of Thanks. over from Nicholasville Wednesday for also lost a very handsome horse and M. Tinder was at Burnsido Elder F. Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nicholasville John Deere Cultivator, the best Cultivator made. We are deeply grateful to ou.-- many pony belonging to Mr. J. N. Menefee this week engaged in mis. ion work. is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs the day, Mrs. I. D. Austin has returned from friends and neighbors for their kind- besides a quantity of feed, several seU Mrs. W. K. Shugars and son W. K. Alex West. a visit to relatives in Covington Ky. ness and expressions of sympathy dur- of harness, a new buggy etc. Mr. Jr., motored to Lancaster Tuesday. Misses Ella Thompson and Inez Coleing the illness and since the death of Kincaid estimates his I033 at about and Indianapolis Ind. Miss Nancy Long of Madison county man of Danville were guests of Miss 600. A policy which he had carried on oui dear wife and mother. Mr, Sloan Eastland of Harrodsburg is visiting her sister Mrs. John Ross. Hallie Brown. J. P. Prather and children. the horse ran out on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Antillof Louis- passed through here last week on route Mrs. John Moore of Liberty is the w to Elliston for a lew days visit. 3CZZ3C Teachers Aie Required To File Written guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson. ville have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biown. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Messrs Alex Doty Jr., John M. Farra, I Mrs. Mildred Beazley is in Stanford Of On Applications. Mrs. Carlton Elkin accompained her Dr. Carman, and F. S. Hughes attend- visiting her daughter Mrs. W. W. aunt Mrs. M. Kidd to her home in eu me ueruy in Liouisvine lasi wetK. Hays. Each of the four Division School Just the customers For cement, coal, sand and rock. Liberty for a visit. Elliston attracts other young men Boards of the county will meet on J. D. Ray of Owenboro has been the f Garrard Milling Co. Saturday June 7th, to elect the looking for, being we're Mrs. J. F. Neighbors of Livingston, besides Mr. Eastland, as Mr. D. A. recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West is the guest of her parents Mr. and of Lancaster will leave for that ers for the rural schools of the county, . Furnished boarding house for rent. 01 ThU. i? ever ready to furnish H r. turn jf . a"" It - SSiSt ii place in a few days for an extended ,Thc ,aw makes it imperative that the Mr3. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville. Mr. Peiry Davis of Nicholasville Mrs. J. B. Bourne. applicants file written applications for visit. wardrobes from start to was ths guest of friends here SatMiss Jane Baibour of Loutsville who the positions winch they beek, and all Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime urday and Sunday. D finish. As soon as they is the guest of Danville friends, motored Horace Walker, a rising young applicants will bear this fact in mind, and brick. Garrard Milling Co. attorney of Louisville, who is with the as their claims will be ignored unless Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford to Lancastar Tuesday.. reach dry land let them I have no clerks, no rent to pay, and ot Humphrey, Middleton & filed in writinsr. These boards also is the guest of her grandmother Mrs. Miss Sue Shelby Mason has returned law hrm Humphrey, was here Sunday to see the elect the colored teachers of the coun- - no partners to divide profita with, this Katherine Aldridge. from a visit to her sister Mrs. Roy Asa come in and look over home folks. ty "nd the same rule as to written ap- - i3 the reason I can sell buggies and Mrs. Woods Walker and Miss Edith Haynes in Hillsboio Ohio. W J Romans. plications applies to them. The teach harness so cheap. our perfect Dry Goods Woods have been in Stanford for a visMrs. R. E. McRoberts" was hostess Mrs. Samuel Yantis of Indianopolis ers of each of the consolidated schools You want to put that walk in out of it to Miss Belle Denny. at an elaborate course dinner compl- of the county wa3 called here by the critical illness of assortment the useful, are under the supervision the best material dont you? Then buy imentary to Miss Salhe Elkin's guests Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford her mother the late Mrs. Lear. Mrs. B. F. Mattingly of Louisville and of the County Board of Education, from the Garrard Milling Co. the necessary, the stylish, and the exquisite, all spread beis the guest of her cousins Misses Beswhich is composed of the Chairmen of Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie left Tuesday Frank Abell of Lebanon. sie and Willie Wilkerson. Call and see my large stock of bugthe various division boards. fore the public for approval. Come in and spend a pleasant for a stay of several weeks with W. C. gies and harness, they are going to be Little Miss Virginia Beazley, daughter' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Montgomery Price and Mrs. Price in Danville. hour admiring it, then you'll know just where to buy later sold. The greatest bargain ever offered 01 mr. anu Mrs. James lieazley won NOTICE. have been in Harrodsburg the guest of in Lancaster. W. J. Roman3. Mrs. Wm Ward left Wednesday for the prize for the best essay on "Daniel ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Randall. on. Undorwear, Hosiery, Dress Goods, at prices that please Notice is hereby given that R. D. , tf a two months stay with her uncle Mr. Boone . The contestants were Mr. and Mrs. Rufas Blakeman and John M. Logan and family in New York members of Miss Dean's class at the McMurtry, Henry Williams, . C. Ogg, R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. listen. Calvin Blakeman and G. M. Treadway, son of Kirksville were visitors of Mr City. local school. who are land owners and reside and 1C I IE 31 We have a one horse wagon for sale; and Mrs R. S. Brown last week. The Board of trustees of the new own land in Garrard County Kentucky, new. Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick Garrard Milling Co. C. F. Ray and Miss Osee Snyder of and Mrs. Dock Hendren of Kirksville Consolidated school at Buena Vista and will petition the Garrard County Court this county were united in marriage at have been with their aunt Mrs. W. S. County Superintendent Miss Higgms at its regular May term, to be held on Sweet Potato Plants. the home of Elder F. M. Tinder. visited the Eastern Normal School at May the 2th 1913, to change the pub- Carrier. 1 have all varieties and can supply Kichmond this week with reference to he road in road District 03 in Garrard Miss Katie May Dickerson of RichMrs. Maurice Ashley and little securing an entire faculty for the above County Ky., running from Buena Vista your demands from i" bushels of choice mond was the guest for several days of seed. Can send by parcel post. daughter of Richmond are with Mrs. mentioned school. and Polly Bend Turnpike into Polly's Phone S01-- J Misses Minnie and Bessie Brown. R. N. Ison. Ashley's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. J. rs Bend so that said road when changed It. Mr. James B. LeavelHeft the past Sanford. Mrs. G. II. Dobyns left ., yesterday- for .;n u -- , .u i ui t xurn- A&utii two weeks visit to her son, Mr. Rich pike through txie eiiu ui me sum week for a visit to his daughter Mrs. Bids Wanted. the land of Bettie Green Mr. Jesse C. Fox and family haw ard Mike Smith in Fort Smith Kansas. Dobyns in Atlanta Ga and Eason Heirs, and also the land3 of moved to the new farm they recently The many friends We will receive bids for the exten of Miss Mary E. Mrs. Roy Williams and Jennie Lane, Mrs. R. G. Burgess of Ft Wayne Ind purchased of Mr. Daniel Traylor in Burdett, in sion of the Buena Vista and Polly's this, Garrard and Lincoln and coming back into the old road at Bend Turnpike (about miles) at the was called here by the illness and death Lincoln county. SERVICE. counties will regret to know that she the Iatter's place li near the latter's barn home of Henry Williams on the said of her mother Mrs James Prather. m Mrs. George Bogard and little son of is now in a hospital in Washington and to leave open a portion of the old Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tudor, Mr. Richmond are visiting Mrs. Bogyrd's City and all hope for a speedy and com-- I road that runs to Mrs. John Lane's i pike on May 17th. Watt-Lamp- s. We carry in stock 25-40-R. D. McMurtry. and Mis. Jesse Tudor have been visit- - father and sister Mr. Jesse Doty and plete recovery. In a letter received place and will also ask for the appointBuena Vista Ky. S3 ing Misses Eunice and Bessie Prather. Miss Emma Doty. j by her brother, Mr W. T. Burdett at ment of viewers and for all necessary TO Junction City Monday morning, she orders to obtain the change in the said Forgotten. Mesdames Henry Moore. J. C. Rob- The Chatauqua Circle met Wednes- stated that she was possibly slightly vW road. 111 ys inson, Robert Henry and Miss Helen day afternoon at the home of Mrs. better. Eye strain headaches relieved. Byrne's Mrs. John Mount and Mrs The undersigned road pi Robinson were visitors in Danville the Fred P. Frisbie. The subject discuss- r. u. MarKsoury, of Lancaster, were Garrard County Kyisand assupervisor of Scientific system of eyeglasses fitting such acting does the work. Office past week. ed was "Germany" in Danville Saturday. Messover Stormes Danville The Mazda Lamp can save you as county road engineer. Said notice Drug Store. enger. being given pcrsuant to the 1912 Acts . Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon entertained Dr. J. B. Kinnaird is in Louisville money, besides you will enjoy the at dinner Friday evening in honor of this week attending the annual meeting Hon. Vernon Richardson in his Wash- of the General Assembly of Kentucky Wanted. Mrs. John Herr, of Decatur 111. Covers of the Railway Surgeons of the State, ington to notes to the Danville Advocate Chapter 110 Section 10 comfort of a bright light. An industrious man to represent otic were laid for Dr. and Mrs. J. B. of which organization he is the secretary J has the following to say roads, and approved March, the 18th about a well t! Q j Kinnard, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook, Dr. Miss Annie Oaks and Mrs. A. L"1 "iven unuer my nanu mis ldin of the most extensive manufacturers of G. Home Remedies, Spices, Extracts. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, and Miss Sallie Young and little daughter Ida Mae Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson.who are ?a' f fe: Elkin Cieveland Bourae- - Road Supervisor. Soaps, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stock - happily situated at 2112 Wyoming Ave. , have returned home after a very pleasS & Poultry Preparations in Garrard or 0. 2t this city, are well known to many read-- 1 adjoining Counties. Representative ers of the Advocate. Mrs Anderson is STANFORD must fumish suitable conveyance, a sister of Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines and ' arge profits and a permanent position. is pleasantly remembered in Danville ' Mrs. Anne D Van Arsdell is visiting Address The American Remedy Co., as a frequent visitor to her sister. Mr. friends in Harrodsburg. Tiffin, O. Anderson came from Lancaster, where Mr. Charles Lutes of Goldsboro N,C. ' he was in the drug business a number spent a few days here this week, of years and was for a short time! Mrs. w. K. Rice of Louisville has associated with the late lamented Jam-- 1 been the t of Mrg Simn 3 Yeager. es R. Marrs in the publication of the Junction City to ChattaM,.ss ?.lore"? G"?n3.S .thePe3t of Lancaster Record. Mr. Anderson haJ . Into Your House nooga, Tenn. been in the Treasury Depart-nen- t for'SwdfeK. the'past eighteen years, save three and return via when you build it. and years he spent in the Philippine Islands i Mr" a"a Mr3..)Vm Pickett, mother evel QUEEN & CRESCENT where he was doing special work for you'll save a lot of repair Co. i the Department. He has been recom- - of Mrs' SeVeranct! " S ROUTE. Mrs. Sam Fulkerson'of Middlesboro. bills later on. For there mondorl fni- - a fmnofo,- - hv Sonata Tom es to the Auditor's Department of the returned home af ter a very pleasant' Special Fare Accorded For will be no shrinking, crack-o-r Vls,t t0 relatives anu tnends here. War Division. Annual Reunion w Mr. Walter Beazley of Los Angeles warping if our lumber Lexington Herald: Mrs. William C. Cal. will arrive in a few days to be the United Confederate Veteris used. It is all so thor-- 1 Vi" McFarland, of New York who is visit- guest of friends and relatives here. " mi '" ...r maUfc ans. ing Mrs. Clarence Williamson and Miss Mr flnrl f ro " .T T? " Mnnnallif nrA vv ' oughly well seasoned nothing like that can happen. You'll ". : . i Tickets on sale May 2i, 23, 26, 27, 2S Anna Didlake has been much entertain Uat.t to .?pe"i ,h.e and for trains scheduled to reach ChatMiss Sue B. ! Pected at a" food ed during her stay here. be keeping your coin while buyers of poor lumber will be summer with his mother Mrs MolHe Scott gave a beautiful afternoon tea Nunnelly ' tanooga before noon May 29. here. " paying for repairs all the time.' Return limit, June 5th, 1913. ' last week in compliment to her and it Mr. and Mrs Eugene Hutchings have was a delightful little gathering of her Extension of final limit to June 25th, The house on North as their guests this week, Mrs Hutch- -' 1913, upon deposit of ticket and- - payold friends here. The only Baking made Broadway was lovely with plants, iris ings and Mrs Stagg, mother and sister ment of fee of 50c. from Royal Grape Cream of j valley lillies, snow balls, red tulips and of Mr Hutchins. Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, fringe, the tea table being prettily dec i Miss Sophia Alcorn spent the week I Queen & Crescent Route, for full inorated with the white blossoms. Re- - end with her parents here. She brought formation. 0 freshmenta were served during the her littlfe blind and deaf pupil with her. W. A. Beckler.G. P. A. Cincinnati, O ou&gy Two Walking Cultivators at'J Ten Dollars Each. 30 tocK ax tus i nn People OSSip About nn ". week-Louisvill- , j. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Cloihes - Boih Ziff 131 3izir: :c i Short Them, h r t-- fP teach-Thom- as - . , 31 i itii0 C0Iibti 3Xx:ab; wcoxqm 1 .ational I .. THE QUALITY LAMP. i s I S v Li 9 ft 'I m Prices 60 I Head-Ach- 40, 50, and 70cts ' .... Lancaster Electric &mffls Light Co. '0M0BiMBit)smm liMiMS? !.,"" ( . Put Our Lumber i I I ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure appetizing and wholesome Powder Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the more $4.60 f"" snt,' J ! ' mm ll J j I . . " Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Tartar Page 3 5 The Central Record, Friday, May 16, 1913, -.- ..--jt I w A L Wall Paper. Wall Paper llVrVY Name Address. wj A j k P A NA Is the time t0 buy yur WALL PAPER as our stock is very complete and the PRICES are right. Get the pick of the many private patterns we have. &. L A P P We can furnish you Paper Hanger on a few days notice. See us before you buy as it will be to your interest, for we guarantee to save you money. E R P GOOD FOR TEN CENTS on every $1.00 worth of WALL PAPER bought of Hurt Anderson before June 1st. Bring This Coupon and SAVE Ten Per Cent On Your Purchases. E R The Store Beautiful Hurt fr$$O0OOO9OOt OOOOO & (W03O0OC 0OO1 V Anderson of every description, and his premises in a thoroughly sanitary condition. R. L. Pontius V. S. Lancaster Ky. May 14, 1913. Bright Spot In Lancaster. W PAINT LICK. Miss Margaret Rennick at this writing. is quite S. C. White Leghorns. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. FARMER'S COLUMN wTr W sj sj kf News Of The Churches. at At lanta, Louisville and other shows. A Dr. W. L. Carmen spent a few days few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per setting of 15. J. M. Mount, in Louisville last week. sick My stock from prize winners $1-5- frtorttwrnoosoontujoonsouDftaofrMooofrj, CARDS. o3 Capitol $50,000. Surplus Pres't $30,000. A. R. DENNY, President J. E. ST0RMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Asa't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- dpace below this beading Is rot tne ezcln-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two issues of tbe ecobd, free of charge I have two good horses for sale, young and gentle. Walton Moss. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. j For Sale: I YOUR BUSINESS. with five pigs. Harrison Ray, Buckeye, Ky. A sow Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Desirable residence for rent. to J. C. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. Apply Designed and Patented FOR RENT:-Sixt- y acres of grass land, near Pondtown, or will take cattle to graze. A. F. Sanders. in The Standard A garage and stable to rent; apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant, Richmond Street Ever Since . ... . . -J .r J loois put on iwciuy-su- t years ago aic as gouu as new J... aiiu have never needed repairs. What is the result? Why practically every other shingle manufacturer is trying to imitate it, so be not deceived look for the words "Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat Off." embossed on the corrugation. It is put there for your protection. Accept no substitute. tor oaf e by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, r-y, For Sale: Two good milk cows, fresh and good milkers.' G. A. Swinebroad. Chairs, beds, and other household and kitchen Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant i furniture. FOR SALE:-Brussels carpet ' ' water -- 30 acres good grass for rent olenty on Henderson and Doty Lane, G. M Green Lancaster Ky. R. No 1. Mrs. John Terry of Richmond is the guest of Mrs. Wm Fitzpatrick. There will be a childrens day at Mt Tabor church the first Sunday in June. There will be communion services at Mr. Jack Adams of Lancaster spent the Presbyterian church next Sunday Monday here mingling with his friends. morning at eleven o'cIock. Mr. Lee Lcdford of Dorchester Va. spending some time with his parents A young mens bible class will be is nere. organized next Sunday morning by Rev. Mr. J. Rockwell Smith, the pastor. All guest Reid Lear of Middlesboro is the of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. young men are cordially invited. The M. Lear. bible will be taken up book by book Messrs Jim and Rogs Rucker of Lex instead of the regular Sunday school ington visited their home folks Saturday lesson- ana sunuay. i Miss Sallie B. Wood3 is at Madison Predict Democratic Success In Garrard. Institute commencement theguest of her The "Bull Moose" of Garrard county, ' sister Miss Mattie Woods. e spurning all offers of the repubRev. Reynolds of Lexington filled the licans for a fusion ticket for the coun- , pulpit at the christian church last Sun ty offices, have selected a full ticket to day in the absence of the regular Pastor be nominated at the August primary, Air. Anderson. including a candidate for Representa- I Messrs J. M. Metcalf, H. L. Wallace, tive, J. F. Holtzclaw. The "Moose" ' R. W. Estridge, and E. L. Woods defection in Garrard county, the old went to Richmond last Saturday to take home of U. S. Senator Bradley, put a the Examination, as applicants for the large-size- d "crimp" in the g. o. p. rost umce. there, and it has not recovered from The democrats in the the knock-ou- t. past had to make a hard fight in Gar rard, but this time they can rest easy. Louisville Times. J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. I ' old-lin, Lancaster, Ky. Ringlets Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 Two pens with 1st and 2nd prize birds at head for $2.00. Gome and see real Barred Rocks LOUIE TINDER, A. M. BOURNS Auctioneer. Good Service. y Barred Rocks Lancaster, Prices Right 354-A. Phone -- Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, Kentucky -- Lancaster, Ky COME! Come and COME! Graham Springs Home of the Famous The management Gra- Who So Ever Will. get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. Phoenix HOTEL. Hotel ham Springs Water. desires to an- HENRV DUNCAN ' 20 W. K. Leavell sold to Ernest Woods fat hogs weighing from 170 to 190 rMMinrla of C7 1f mam lmJ.nJ 1. ,VMUa pel IIUUUICU, UI3V il 1UI cow at 5 cents per pound. LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, May U CATTLB: Shipper Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky ui.iu Better Than The Best, No Higher 8 00 00 75 7 15 8 00 7 75 7 25 6 50 0 25 5 65 4 50 9HGj' iSsSy Cattle Hogs ST 25 7 Sheep jMHHHip You Will Need Extra Power HEN you buy your engine, get it big enough to do more than your present work. If it's an I H C engine it will last a long time. Your farm work is bound to increase in volume. Verv likely you can save yourself the price of another engine later, by getting an engine a size larger than you need now. When you buy an engine powerful enough to handle your work easily while running at the correct speed you adcy years to its life. Get your engine big enougij and buy an Philadelphia, Pa. tr. A. Swinebrord lost three fine cows Butcher steers extra last week, caused from eating white Good to choice Common to fair clover. Logan Thompson bought a five year old combined mare of J. H. Thompson 7 5 25 237 b58 Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered LEXINGTON, nounce that the Hotel will open for E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Drinking Water. guests KENTUCKY for $200, The market at Stanford was rather quiet and only about 250 cattle on sale, but all changed hands at about 7 cts. Frank Todd lost a good milk cow this week from overeating clover. Givens Terrill lost one from same cause. Carroll Bailey of Crab Orchard sold his handsome mare Pearly B.by Preston to Tom Baldwin Jr of Richmond. Price not given but said to be a fancy one. Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair .. Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair Canners Bulls, balognas Extra Fat ball CALVESrextra Fair to good Common and large.. HOGS : good packers and butchers Mixed packers Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. Light shippers Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 785 SHEEPtextra Good to choice Common to fair LAMDS. extra R. S. Scudder of McKinney and his Good tocholce partner Mat S. Cohen sold to Mrs. Common to fair Richard Tasker Lowndes the handsame Wool lamb 7 35 5 25 6 40 5 75 00 3 25 8 7 00 710 7 0C7 25 9 25 7 60 9 00 5 50 8 50 8 50 8 53 8 40 8 60 4 50 6 75 & 50 7 75 8 00 8 55 6 00 5 15 4 00 3 75 4 65 7 35 6 25 8)0 4 75 5 00 8 00 May 1st, 1913. Special attention to auto parties. Meals prepared on short notice. Write or phone, W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. 2b2i Residence Phone 220. OSce oyer BenC. Allin.Mgr Harrodsburg, Ky. .a Offlce Hoars to 12. I p.m. to 4. Stomes' Drag Stars 008 755 J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer , Office Phone 3. hihb B. F. Phone 65. DENTIST. Walteb Lancaster, Ky. 757 H. Residence Phone 27 mare, Patsy Palmer by Chester Dare. LANCASTER. KY. i. J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Worfe Guaranteed. LOST.Between Raney'a stable and the Ball Park or on the Ball Park, a ladies gold watch, Elgin movement, and long gold neck chain. Return to Record office and receive reward. Paint Lick, Kentucky J "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all ray housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." GOING AFTER THE Phone 229. Office Hours lto4-7t- o9 p. m . m- - J. E. Bruce and Son of Stanford farmed six fine bred trotting mares to Pennsylvania parties for $100 each to be bred to James Granville Cecil's fast stallion Thistle Doune. Jose Mendez Ruiz, a wealthy ranch owner of Mexico City Mex. through his manager, Avelino Del Rio, purchased in the Bluegrass last week four jacks, for which he paid $5,500, probably the highest price ever paid in this section for any like number of jacks. B58 To Horsemen, A Correction. M. K. Benny Office: ani . A. Wtaeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Ander- Stonnes Building over Hurt son's Furniture Store. I H C Oil and Gas Engine grindstone and on up to a husker and shredder or thresher depending on the size of the engine you buy. The power is so economical, so steady and dependable that I H C engines are in daily use in printing offices, laundries, bakeries, machine shops, mills and factories. An I H C oil and gas engine will deliver 10 - to 30 per cent above its rated horse power. All parts are carefully, accurately ground and perfectly balanced. Combustion is perfect and the maximum power is secured. Sizes 1 to power. Styles stationary, portable, skidded, vertical, horizontal, hopper-cooleFuels gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate or alcohol. Oil tractors, 12 to power, for plowing, threshing, etc Our nearest office will gladly send catalogues and any information desired. 50-hor- se LANCASTER, A few fine gilts for sale, heavy with pig. - KENTUCKY You can use it to run any farm machine pump, saw, feed grinder, cream separator, Real Estate and Auctioneer. ( J. F. Robinson, Lancaster. tank-coole- d, d, air-cool- 60-hor- se Offices at Cbdaaa& 0.; EnMrffl., New Aftur, W.i KwrStJsu.1 U4 TiAmkrf.VI. Va. UcBsUa, Ten., International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) USA HASELDEN BROS., Agents. The report has been circulated either through error or by some maliciously inclined person that there was one of many prevalent horse diseases present in my barn. Sucha report is wholly without foundation and is calculated to do me great harm, and I take this means of informing the people of this and adjoining counties that 1 have not had and there is not now a sick horse in my barn, and not a case of any of the diseases which are now prevalent has ever been on my premises. The following certificate from Dr. R. L. Pontius wiH bear me out in the above statement Very Respectfully, Mark Goins. This Is to certify that I vaccinated all of the horse stock on the premises of and belonging to Mr. Mark Goins at Marksbury Ky. about ten days ago. I found them entirely free from disease Take The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It Is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more seri ous trouoies. we urge you to try it Begin today. You need something to clean np disinfect and kill parasites. LICE. will do the work. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES. IF YOU WANT I will give you See Buy TO m ( Sell Sell a a Farm, at Auction Wire. Farm, rock-botto- prices on 50 Choice Farms. Me or Touch the live W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY KRESODIPNo.l DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO U8E We have a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or write for one. SURE Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No i i ri HS " h "T i v RICHMOND. KY. A Training Sprcla REMcROBERTS & Son, Lancaster, Ky 117) School for Teachers l41u U nmnurr. Intet,rtl.H ad LU. Bta Told I. ail rtMic BcbMl. Agts CaubcMrn. umimi r aunelT. a.a MiBteM. Tw .nlndid dor. ! iitii. . , H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. hi.uf.mTD-rt- l. Ste- - , .n"Iet" n. I"t Tm. April I. baV & J. Q. CRABB8, President. f" ' X. r iv v a- V 7 r $: 3 ..--