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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 23, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913052301_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 23, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWFNTY fOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. Next Monday is county court day, Teachers Elected. Yum, Yum, Yum. NUMBER 7. 03?3tCSfC&33Ctf ; THIS E There is going to be S ft some- - thing doing down our way. The trustees of the local school met The "Fair season" is close at hand. on last Friday evening for the purpose cS Tobacco plants are greatly in demand. of electing the teachers for the school 4 school year. for the The Sidewalk building is in progress all same corps of teacher now employed city. over the were reelected with the exception of A deal in Lancaster residence projerty Prof. Riley and Miss Knapp West. Mr. Riley's application to succeed himself is almost a daily occurrence. as principal did not meet with favorable come Poor old Park, guess it will not consideration at the hands of the school in for any share in the city improve board, and Miss West did not apply for ments. a position in the school. il went to A number of local Masons Cincinnati Excursion No. 3. Bryantsville to a strawberry supper The third Sunday excursion of the night. last Saturday season was run to Cincinnati on last Mr. Robert E. Henry is making a Sunday and about forty five local people handsome addition to his surburban res- took advantage of it. We fear they idence on the Richmond turnpike. will have a rather tiresome trip of it, as Measles continue to rage in the town. because of the street car strike in CinMrs. David Sanders, has just recovered cinnati, they will not be able to visit the "Zoo" "Chester Park" and the from a severe siege with it. ball game, and will have to be satisfied There' is strong talk of making im- with Fountain Square, which is in walkprovements to the Public Square. We ing distance of the depot, and where hope it will not prove to be all talk. they the crowds and sights of "the city." Read the woman's column on the third page, as it deals with facts of a Dr. Pontius Buys Machine. ! local nature that is interesting to all. Or. R. L. Pontius has purchased of Strawberries at $2.50 per crate for Bristow Conn what is known as his this week and next after which the "skeeter machine". It is one of Bris' own building, taking as a basi3 the W. E. Moss. supply will run short running gear of an old Ford runabout The summer resorts are beginning to and adding parts taken from numerous make alluring announcements to the other machines, which when assembled tired public who are accustomed to made, if not a thing of beauty, most Sg spend their vacations at such places. assuredly one of the "runningest" cars in this part of the country. The Work is being pushed rapidly on the vehicle takes a hill as easily as down addition to the Christian church and it grade, and we verily believe that should is hoped to be completed before the an emergency necessitate it, would coming of the extreme heated season. climb a telegraph pole. 1913-191may-witne- ss The Paint Lick High School will serve strawberries and ice craam at the school building next Wednesday evening May 28th. and from the fact that it is given for a worthy cause should be well patronized. A Bargain. lmm&mnMftLr& mrn&riZfm&MmNm&M Genuine JBrown AND We offer 15 acres of land in 2J miles of Lancaster, on a good pike, with new house, bath, cheating plant and otner improvements, at $3,200 less than cost. This is done in order to make another deal. Hughes & Swinebroad. Ice Factory In Operation. Brown Manly CULTIVATOBS, The new ice plant is turning out a splendid quality of ice made from distilled water and in a quantity sufficient to supply the demand of the country hereabouts. They have purchased a late model delivery wagon for the use of the city trade and are delivering their product over town every morning Blue Crass Seed Crop A Failue. Brinly Leverless CULTIVATORS. Genuine Malta Double a Shovel Plows and Garden Plows. See The Brinly Rastus Tobacco Flow. Ii's a Wonder. m The crop of blue grass seed, which last year was an unprecedented one, is almost a complete failure this year. The few weeks drought coming at a critical period for the seed is the cause. Some farmers are estimating that there will not be a one tenth crop, and while this may be a little overdrawn, still it is known that the crop is extremely short Stripping will begin in a few weeks and local dealers who are accustomed to gathering several thousand bnshels are anticipating not over one third the usual yield. er Meeting Press Association. Optical Service. Garrard County Land Nets $300. Per Acre. Lancaster, Ky. Live and Let Live Folks ' rBBgil u S33CC&-i53SC&33-S ! Hi! Clothing Mr. Webb R. Kelly, one of the most Get acquainted with the Byrne Sysfitting. Office over progressive farmers and tobacco raisers tem of Stormes Drug Store. This week only. of the county, and who owns a farm on the Kirksville pike, raised a crop of toNotice. bacco on five acres of land last year He your Horses, iviuies ana jbcks from which he realized $1700. uet insured with Ed C Gaines the Insurance estimates that the crop cost him about $200. which leaves him a net profit of man. Agt for the oldest Co in America. $1500. , or $300. per acre. And yet there Do it today! are those who will say that $100 per i acre is too high for Garrard county Declamatory Contest farming land. Mr. Kelly will raise an ' A gold watch will be given to the experimental crop of one acre of tobacj successful contestant, in a declama co this year, keeping accurate account tory contest, to be held at the new of the exact cost and will then be able school building on Thursday evening to exactly state just how much he reJune 12. This late will enable con- alizes there from. testants to have the assistance of their teachers. The watch can be seen at The Tobacco Situation. Morrow and McRoberts. The contest is mere is a great cry going up over deopen to any school or community siring to take part. The subject and the county because of the scarcity of name of contestant should be given to tobacco plants and it looks very much like the immense crop which looked one of the undersigned at once. probable this year will be in some J. A. Beazley. measure curtailek because of the M. D. Hughes. 2t scarcity of plants. Tee shortage is due to the cool spring and the recent dry weather which we have experienced. I IP Veiy few of the plants are yet ready for setting, backward, and it will be somejtime yet before tobacco setting will be in full swing. However, in some instances, farmers who are more fortunate took advantage to the recent showers and set several acres of their crops. eye-gla- Messrs Desha Breckinridge, Lewis Landram and James Allen, three of the most versatile newspaper men in the state, and who compose the programme committee for the meet ing of the Kentucky Press Association, which is to be held at Olympia Springs June 9th to 13th, have completed their labors, and they have formulated one of the most interesting programmes ever offered at a meeting of the association, and includes many addresses which will prove of great interest not only to newspaper men but to the laity. The editor of the Record has been honored with a place on the programme and the subject assigned him is "A fair and fearless stand in editorials", and we shall take pleasure in lending our feeble efforts toward the success of the meeting. er HASELDEN BROS. i?rSJli:rfiJBfrHJBrrHll":rgIl?rWlfJli :gMj:gIPJrlMfrSSi'rlM Opera House Being Projected. MM n FOR YOUNG MEN. Perfection Knee Suits for Boys FLORSHEIM SHOES and OXFORDS TOR THE MAN WHO CARES Monarch, Arrow and Cluett Shirts for The Man Who Knows J"- - "B- - STBTSOH HATS For The ManWho Is A Good Dresser Complete line 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. H. T. LOGAN, Lancasteis-Kentuck- y. i&s&vw.f s .r . There is strong talk of building a il"l I'M llll'1!!1 'll I ffllWM I'M1 play house in Lancaster, and the plan is being considered by several parties who are amply able to put their ideas into execution. We have a splendid "movie" theater, but there is a strong demand for a play house here which will accommodate something a little stronger occasionally than the picture show affords, and that at no distant date the plans will become a certainty is assured. Under present conditions, if we wish to see a production of anything like less than 25 years old we Eyj pi must go to either Lexington, Louisville embl or Cincinnati, which involves an expense which" not every one can or desires to stand, while if we had a play house Colored Boy Dangerously Wounded By at home which could accommodate them, we could get a circuit of attract Companion. ions which would insure us seeing at Letcher Ambrose, locally known as one good show each month during "Bad eye" and Morgan Mullins, two least the season. colored youths about fifteen years of age, took a days outing at Dix river on A Truly food Man. a fishing expedition last week; they Rev. John R. Peebles, one time pastook with them a double barrel shot tor of the local Mthodist church, and will set plants where others fail, your tobacco will magun, and on their return trip Ambrose incidentally one of the best and most pointed the gun at Mullins and pulled than when set by unselfish men we ever knew, was in ture from two to three weeks the trigger, not thinking the gun was Bro. Peebles is Lancaster last week. hand. For sale by loaded. It is the same old story of the following his same old calling, gun that was not loaded. Mullins had still do some good for his fellow seeking to his left shoulder torn away, his chin He is seeking funds to assist badly lacerated and the load lodged in men. prisoners who are paroled, pardoned or his cheek, and he lies in a critical discharged from the penal institutions condition at the home of his mother on themselves, of the state, to "the chute". secure employment and live better lives a verv laudable purpose, andone for He Will Put Water Into Watermelons. which no better man could have been Did you ever hear a man assert that secured than John R. Peebles. He met he "was the man who put the water with much encouragement in his underWell a Lincoln taking in Lancaster. Mr. Peebles was into watermelons"? county man proposes to do this very mainly instrumental in the building le thing. A Lincoln man named Blackerby and establishing the old "Garrard proposes by means of surgery to assist College", one of the first really nature in maturing the luscious "rattle- good educational institutions Lancas snake" and Georgia Sweet". His plan ter ever had. He was also mainly reis to make an incision in the vine alter sponsible for the erection of the new the small melons have made their Methodist church at Una place, tie appearence; the incision is to be made now makes his home in Winchester. just above the small melon, and into this incision will be inserted a yarn Probable iMpweBeit Te Pdbfe Spare. string, the other end to rest in a can of The placing of handsome concrete water, and it is intended that the young walks about the Public Square bids melon will take its nourishment by this fair to prove similar to the case of the means. If this operation proves a good lady who put down handsome new success, Mr. Blackerby will have put carpets in an old house and then found Luther Burbank to shame. she must have a new house to correspond with the carpets; we will very Rev Morgan Seeks New Field. much need a new square to correspond Rev D. W. Morgan who was recently with the sidewalks. The improvement called by the congregation of the local of the square is being seriously discussBaptist church to the pastorate of the ed, and something along this line will church, has sought new fields for his undoubtedly be done when the sidelabors. Rev. Morgan let it be known walks are completed, just what will recently that he had since accepting depend entirely upon the means availthe call at this place received a call to able. Two plans are under discussion, a church in Texas at a much smaller one is to treat the square in the same salary than he was receiving here, and manner that the public roads of the coun Be sure and come, as we will have something at the time expressed his intention of ty are being treated, the use of macadam new in cakes and crackers for you to try. refusing the latter call. He gave as put down with the county machinery; the reason for abandoning the local the other is to pave it with vitrified charge that one of his children had brick, or some equally as substantial been pronounced by physicians to be substance. A movement is also on foot to estabin a tubercular condition, and that his wife was not in the best of heath and lish ornamental lights about the square he deemed it advisable because of the the installation of which will probably health of his family to seek a milder be borne by the merchants and business men about town. climate. He will locate in Texas. IB J i III jza J3f&3fJL THE BEMIS Tobacco Planter earlier "W. J". t iocjLisrs- - You are re-ma- Invited COPANV at our store Way to a demonstration to be given by the NATIONAL SISCUIT Saturday, 31st, Davidson &, Doty t ra Page 2 , The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 191 3, S18Si!S!SSfc 9R gw t I w aa2a52ttSJfe3H33tfcS3afcS2afcSt2ai9l A L L Wall Paper. NOW Name Address. -- WSffiraKSffiatt2&3t w I'WJ naKMBcrgMMna awdMMHiiiiiiiwHli'umiMiiii'MMli 1hiirfTrfwrweBagiiffiiMiiTiiiiiraiig3ajngaag3gfljjvuj-n.TMfi,- JlT - ...i ,, , w, ( ,T p A Is the time to buy your WALL PAPER as our stock is very complete and the PRICES are right. Get the pick of the many private patterns we have See us before you buy as it will be to your interest, for we guarantee to save you money. Hurt & Anderson before June 1st. L P A p We can furnish you Paper Hanger on a few days notice. GOOD FOR TEN CENTS on every $1.00 worth of WALL PAPER bought of E R Bring This Coupon and SAVE P E R Ten Per Cent On Your Purchases. a The Store Beautiful munities who were so severely shocked 'Squire Bourne Buys Automobile. at the unearthing of the skeleton in 'Squire J. P. Bourne has purchased a their closet; while in truth Adams incorporated. of Messrs Conn and county was but one step worse off than Buick runabout $1.00 a year. and is now busily Issued Weekly. many other localities, they were guilty Mahan of Danville, engaged in learning to run it, under of the crime of "being found out", the able tutorship of Master Milton J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. and were suffering for the discovery. Squire Bourne has business, The upheaval in Adams county was Elliott R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. turnpike business of course, on every spasmodic, but there is an upheaval, in Entered at the rot Office In Lancaster, Ky., its incipiency just now, but destined road in the county, and we may now Mull Matter. expect as a matter of course that the as Second-Clas- s to become nation wide, which is not roads of the county may soon become beMember Kentucky Press Association spasmodic, and which we hope and model road3. lieve will eventually wipe out effectualand ly the traffic in votes. All over KenHome Grown Strawberries. Eighth District Publishers League. tucky there is a feeling, a feeling Home grown strawberries are being which is rapidly rounding itself into Lancaster, Ky., May 23, 1913. tangible form, that this state of af- offered on the local market; they are fairs should be remedied wherever it is not very plentiful owing to the recent Rates For Political Announcements found to exist A movement is on drv weather, but the later varieties foot among the good people, irrespec- may with seasonable weather from now For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 tive of party affiliation to stop this on be more plentiful. Blackberries are 10.00 or County Offices custom which has existed in many lo- blooming and from the amount of For State and District Offices.... 15.00 ' bloom, it seems that under favorable 10' calities much longer than it ever For Calls, per line conditions the crop of "the poor man's in Adams county, O. 10 For Cards, per line This movemctit is gathering strength friend" will be a bounteous one. This For all publications in the inter- rapidly as it goes, and it is fostered, with "free sugar" gives promise of est of individuals or cxpres- aided and abetted by such a class of unlimited supply of blackberry jam. sion of individual views, per people and in such numbers that no 10 line Teachers Examination. party can afford to ignore their call. Oat Obituaries, per line Ministers are taking a hand in this Examinations were held on Friday movement, but from this fact it must and Saturday of last week in the office We are authorized to announce the not be inferred that it is a sectarian or of county superintendent Jennie Ilig-gin- s following candidates for Democratic religious movement, the ministers are for the common school certificates Nominations. taking part not as pastors, but as up- for teachers in the public schools of right honest men and good citizens, the county. Seventeen took the examFor State Senator. and associated with them will be found inations, fourteen of whom were girls the very best citizens of the various and three men. These examinations CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. communities. Their first step is to ap- are becoming more and more difficult Of Boyle County. peal to the citizens, the voters them- every year, and in consepuence it reCHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. selves, to enlist their services in the quires the applicant to be well versed Of Casey County. cause, by petitioning the governing along educational lines before they are For Representative. bodies of the various parties, asking able to stand them successfully. them to Ipnd their moral support to JOHN M. FARRA. the movement, asking that they will Horace Walker To Graduate. MOUNT. J. R. not give countenance to the candidate We are in receipt of a handsome who uses or allows to be used for him, For County Judge. whiskey, money or other things cal- invitation to the graduating exercises of the JefTerson School Of Law, which CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. culated to debauch the voter in the are to be held at the Masonic Theater JAMES A. BEAZLEY. furtherance of his office seeking, in Louisville on this Friday evening and it is scarcely worth while to state April 23d. Horace L. Walker of this For Sheriff. no party can well affoid to ignore such place is a member of the graduatiug a petition bearing the names of such a C. A. ROBINSON. class, and is treasurer of the Class large per cent of the representative ASHBY ARNOLD. officers. Horace is in the law office of voters of the county. W. L. LAWSON. JuJga Humphrey and gives promise of The petitions have been circulated becoming one ot the foremost attorneys widely in this county, and have found For County Attorney. of the state. ready signers every where. A mass G. B. SWINEBROAD. meeting is called at the court house on Probably Known Here. GREEN CLAY WALKER. next Saturday afternoon at which a Last Monday's Lexington papers plan of action will be outlined, able For Jailer. speakers, including men who are in- gave an account of a Mr. Henry White terested in a like movement in neigh- being cut on last Sunaay while on an JACK ADAMS. boring counties, will be present and excursion outing to High Bridge, and DAVE ROSS. make addresses. It is hoped that every the indications are that it is the same citizen of Garrard county who is in- Mr. Henry White who underwent a For Assessor. terested in the purity of the ballot, siege of typhoid fever in the hospital DAVE C. SANDERS. who is interested in seeing clean, mor- at this place, and who is a cousin of Mr. E. B. RAY. al men hold office in the county, will be G. B. Swinebroad, if such be the case, W. L. HUFFMAN. present and lend the weight and in- we are sure Mr. White was not to fluence to the forwarding of such a blame as he is a quiet inoffensive gentleFor School Superintendant. The man who was cut was sitting I man. good cause. on the bank of the river when several MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. men became engaged in an altercation, Congressman A. O. Stanley made and one of them turned to White and For Magistrate. the opening speech of his campaign for asked "Well what have you to say 1st District, U. S. Senator to the court day crowd about it"? and assaulted him. Mr. JOHN N. WHITE. at Glasgow last Monday. Contrary to White's wounds though painful are not WALTON E. MOSS. the prediction of those who are opposed of a dangerous character, and he was SHIPTONH. ESTES. to the candidacy of Mr. Stanley, he taken to Wilmore for medical attention. DAVIS SUTTON. did not indulge in any of the bitter 2nd District Goverment Homesteads. inventives against every person and thing in the state who are not for him; CHARLES C. BECKER. The United States Reclamation upon the contrary he made a clear cut, TAYLOR T. BURDETT. Service announces the availability for concise speech in which he set forth his LOGAN ISON. homestead entry.some excellent irrigatclaims upon the people of the state for ed farms in the well known Shoshone We are authorized to announce the their support, and with the exception irrigation project near the Yellowstone following candidates for city offices. of the Steel trust he did not say aught Park in Wyoming and in the Huntley at which anyone could take offense. For Police Judge. and Belle Fourche projects in Montana and South Dakota. Water is now ready E. W. HARRIS. Gov. Johnson of California has for delivery to these farms, and under J. P. PRATHER. signed the anti-alie- n land bill passed the new three year homestead law a by the California legislature recently; liberal inducement is accorded settlers Some years ago there was discoverin that they are permitted five months, ed in Adams county, O. a wholesale Secretary Bryan has handed to the leav of absence in each year. The Japanese Ambassador, Baron Chinda, traffic in mens birthright's, their votes, a sealed answer to the protest made by cost of the water right is repayable in and innumerable indictments were ten annual instalments without interest found and convictions had under the his country to be transported to Japan. in all of the foregoing districts there The act does not become effective until indictments. It was found that a large is hoped and confidently are already splendid transportation per cent of the citizens of that county August and it facilities, good road3, schools, stores, were accustomed to barter their right expected mat oeiore tnat time the churches of practically all denominations matter will be amicably settled as beof suffrage, and at this the country at and rural free delivery. For those with large held up their hands in holy hor- tween the two countries. sufficient means to commence farming ror. However, the citizens who were operations, this ofTers an excellent most horrified at the state of affairs opportunity to work outone's independHail And Rain. unearthed in Adams county, O. did not ence and to develop a paying farm. stop to think or investigate the conThis locality was visited on Tuesday Mr. Albert V. Leonard, Settlement dition of affairs in their own immediate afternoon by an electrical storm which Agent of the Reclamation Service, community, did not attempt to find out carried with it a copious rain and Federal BIdg., Chicago, has available whether or not they were living" in considerable hail; the rain was very for distribution several descriptive glass houses. The truth of the matter timely and acceptable and there was no pamphlets concerning these projects is that Adams county was just a little crop in a sufficiently advanced stage to l be glad to furnish them upon less fortunate than many of the com be damaged by the hail. request The Central Record Hurt S Anderson if97f&'Jt'9:!' S33C&S 3SS' 1 Bright Spot In Lancaster. e.'5iss!5t JSWA.A-jir.,- r Logan Burke Critically III. Base Ball. jiiV--i&1-.aJVAJ.ea!AJ.- iriv--w.iPiyjwiH- jii With an attack of abdominal dropsy and other complications, Mr. Logan Burke of the Bryantsville section lies critically ill at this writing. Physicians from Lexington have been called in consultation with local physicians and little hope 13 given out for his recovery. Odd Fellows To The local olored base ball team will lock horns with a strong team from Paris at the Ball Park on Saturday afternoon. The local team plays at strong and interesting game and it will be worth seeing. Welcome Rain. j jl,jivs?Wfe336:W,vS? -- We are glad to announce to the good people of Lancaster and Garrard County that our Entertain. We were blessed last week with On Tuesday night May 27th at their copious and timely showers, falling in lodge room the local lodge of Odd spots pretty much all over the county, Fellows will give a strawberry and ice and as is always the case this time of cream supper to its members, their wives and families. The occasion will be nuiiuuituai, but no one will be eligible to partake of the entertain- ment save members of the lodge in good standing and their families. "Titanic" Doing Rushing Business. year, they were badly needed. In consequence of these rains grass is looking much better, as is also oats. W corn and in fact all kinds of crops and & garden truck. In soma localities a to- - ?5 bacco season was experienced and some farmers succeeded in putting out several acres. Garrard And The Henchman Voter. ' ex-ift- ed i ' and-wil- (Communicated) Webster defined "henchman"as "on who follows the haunch of his master", One of the largest sensations ever no-i- s ted in a Danville audience, is alleged to have been served from the platform of the Chatauqua held in that city, last !June, in which was described both 40L Get A Hunting License. "haunch" and 'paunch" of the Hench- - i Ma mC master. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton inIt was when Judge A. 1. Blair, of forms us that all persons who secured the Adams County Ohio 3 Judicial dishunting license last year and paid $1.50 trict told how eighteen hundred voters therefor may have 50 cents refunded of that county had been made "hench- Incorporated. to them, or they may secure a new license for this year upon the payment- candidate for ffice had calledto his Lancaster, Kentucky. of an additional 50 cents, provided. haunch", the Kennel animal voter they will agree to reimburse him in and ill throwing behind him the preparthe event that the case now in the ed biscuit of drug booze and rotten court of appeals is so decided as to money force him to pay the additional 50 As Judge Blair went thro the shameGiven The Glad Hand. cents to the state. Mr. Hamilton has ful recital-- a Important Work Is Being Done By hush fell on the vast crowd been very fair in the matter of hunt- beyond Capt. William Herndon, of Lancaswords. Some,-i- t was alleged, ing license, and this proposition is an ter, was here yesterday, and received a strange to say, turned Society. exceptionally fair one. It will not be with set jaws and flashing eyes: others warm welcome by hi3 many Boyle Very long before the dove season is leaning forward: others half standing: county friends. For many years Capt. Attention of the readers of this pa-p- er upon us, and every hunter should se' others getting up and going out. Herndon was prosecuting attorney in is called to the efTortsof the recentcure a license and be ready. d ly Judge Blair told how children at home, this district, and made a splendid formed Kentucky Folk Lore Society. been infected with the immortality c'aI- - His genial smile and always This Society is trjing to collect Cincinnati Street Car Strike Settled. and the contagion of vote bribery,- - as cheerful and witty disposition make preserve all kinds of folk lore, of which The officials of the Traction company a starting point for later vice and 'ne clever attorney most desirable there is much in Kentucky. The Socompany. Danville Messenger. and representatives of the striking crime to the rising generation. ciety desires the assistance of all good One notable element was in the ad- Kentuckians, so that the unprinted carmen in Cincinnati reached an agree- "Lancaster News" ment on Mondav wherebv the strike dress of Judge Blair. It was that the songj, .egends, customs etc, of our was settled and service was resumed wives and mothers of homes, made "Lancaster A canning factory is the State, some of which are passing away on Tuesday. The Traction people criminal by the henchman rule, had latest addition to the town of Eubanks. with this generation, may be recorded. Many readers of this article can help agreed to lecognize the union of the time and again protested against its The building is ncanng completion, carmen, but the carmen in turn agreed dishonor to their homes, to their bus- - which will add much to the thrift and in the work. The school teachers of the county are especial!) in a position to an "open shop", which means that bands, and to their children; their pro- - industry of this village in Pulaski." the Traction company may employ test being potential in rescuing the Lender a Lancaster date line the above to get unprinted songs that children either union or nonunion men at their County from its shame; a record that article appeared in a Louisville daily and others sing. The following are discretion. The traction people agieed has become nation wide for good. last Monday. This is but a fair sample the kinds of folk lore that the Society One reader of the Record, has noted of the news appearing in the daily is collecting: to an increase of wages to both union SONGS Many people sing songs n men alike, the amount with patriotic pride the clear, clean press from "thi3 locality", and were and of the increase, together with other note of its editorial attitude to the civic it some terrible tragedy or something learned from their parents or neighbors differences existing, to be settled by leprosy of today' in the bribe giver and detrimental to the community, it would and probably never printed. All kinds found be seen as happening "near Lancaster" are wanted by the Society religious arbitration in the near future. The bribe taker at the strike has been on for over a week and and by by whomsoever promoted-i- n all just the same. Eubanks is just over songs, love songs, Civil War songs, has been accompanied to some extent parties, .To the honor of Kentucky the Lincoln county line in Pulaski songs of robberies or fights, etc. Songs the nation county, 29 miles from Danville and 41 of both negroes and whites are desired. by rioting, and has occasioned much ' J udiciary-a- s well as Ohio-an- d inconvenience to the people of Cincin - why should it be overlooked in the miles from Lancaster, and yet every Mountain songs, and ballads are especicharge to the grand jury? As one has little happening, good, bad or indifer- - ally in demand. nati. said-"th- e SIGNS AND SUPERSTITIONS. -SHies that annually swarm rent at this or points equally remote Surprises His Family. around the stalls in Kentucky, where find place in the daily papers as being tories of "haunts", ghosts, hoodoo mifuti an1 Iivilifk tfll'Oi" afa Vi trtVirt.l "near Lancaster". When will it ' cures, and the like are desirtd. The Mr. Chas. Simpson, a son of I negroes have many of these. needs both fork and lime today, and cease? William Simpson of Teatersville, , , LEGENDS Unprinted stories of tho neeas it soreiy- - anu oniy a nan a nosu has been in California for the who Civil War times, anecdotes of the perFish Consignment For Dix River. can smell it." past fourteen years, arrived home on iod before the war, duels, fueds, and The Mass meeting of the citizenship Mr. J. E. Stormes, president of the Tuesday. Mr. Simpson has been in of Garrard at the Court House, should Garrard county Fish and Game Club, traditions handed down from Indians poor health, and but recently his brothdays, are all worth saving. do things. Make it a red receive on Wednesday from the U. S. er went to California and endeavored be one to letter daynot only for Garrard but Government a consignment of 15,000 DIALECT Unusual words, words to get him to come home; he succeeded used in unusual senses in a given localiThe man from small mouth black in bringing him as far as Albuquerque adjoining counties. bass, which were Mercer will have a message worth immediatly placed in Dix river, being ty, and survivals (such as aie common N. M., but he declined to come farther in the Kentucky mountains) of old east, so he purchased property and lo- hearing on that day And so from oth- distributed at different points by Mr. or meanings are desired. The Recently he not - ers. It is believed that no better influ- George W Palmer, secretary of the words cated at that point origin of our geographical names also ence can be desirable for this vital issue club. fied his relatives that he was starting If these fish arc afforded the needs to be worked out. for home and wired them his condition than the presence and cooperative of proper" protection, within a few years MISCELLANEOUS-Besides In this streams will be teeming with this from points along the road. His rela- christian womanhood of Garrard. above, record is wanted of peculiarly tives expected some one to accompany every morai uplift of her community vnriMfv Ihp rmmpsfr thnt swim, nf fish local games, plays, and dancers, and have a day of suc. him, probably a nurse, as in his weak- in the past, there has been no record an( the angIer local jokes, riddles, and proverbs. She is dependable and ened condition it was not thought ad- without her. ccssful sport whenever he chooses. It Please note these suggestions: (1) would be but an act of justice upon the visable to allow him to travel alone. more. The jointly aggressive attitude of part of every citizen in the county, es- record the material just as you found When the train arrived at Lancaster, it, mistakes and ah; (2) indicate where Charley alighted therefrom without mimstets and pastors of Garrard 13 to pecially fisherman, to cooperate with when and from whom you got it; (3) assistance, and was, preceded by a be heartily commended. Their congre these gentlemen in their effort to proindicate whetheryou got it from recita Messrs Stormes and handsome lady; after greeting friends gation should follow. If the church tect the stream. against the debauch Palmer have gone to considerable trou- tion, from an old manuscript, from and relatives who had gathered to man does not stand singing, or from your own memory; meet him, very much to their surprise of citizenship, he stands fcr nothing. ble and expense to stock and protect (4) indicate when, where, or from Geographically the exact center of Dix rivor, and if the citizens will lend he introduced the lady who accompaniwhom your informant got it F flawnirti Ko trr? assistance to them and to the as his wife, he having married Xontnlr7lof ed him their Dr. D. L. Thomas, Danville, Ky., her in Albuquerque. His many friends County be a central station, that game warden, depredations may be the Secretary of the society, will be here at his old home congratulate him against the corruption of the voting prevented. glad to answer any questions. Any upon his good luck in securing such a franchise will be heard from the mounwith Lost: Waterman Fountain pen on material, however slight that is sent handsome life companion and hope that tains to the Mississippi-"Dow- n to him will be gladly welcomed by the he may be spared to enjoy a long life the black shame! Up with the white Square or Lexington Street, reward. C. B. Baatin. Society. honor"! in her company. Lancaster visitors to Cincinnati last Sunday report seeing the "Titanic", the craft which until recently plied between this point and Nicholasville. During the street car strike in Cincin- nati Mr. Thomas the owner of the car running it between Fountain Square and Peebles' Corners, and we are glad to say is doing an immerse business. is now in operation. This is a Lancaster institution. owned , j an" Controlled DV Lancaster people; and We -- ,1 Viotiq on,l ucjjcvc uupi. mm V,ai:nn iiiamn i icyai citizens win give us their support and patronage. Our aim is to make the highest quality of sanitary ice, and to furnish the public a satisfactory service at prices as low as are consistant with good business methods. We cordially invite you to visit our plant. i.kii 1 1 ff lslP ill rIIII yP , ' Company. - &?!&fi&$ 8&m&&&&&w$ Kentuc-kyFoIk-Lo- re pale-:othe- rs offi-ha- al , non-unio- polls-wherev- er ' ' ' I "! 1 1 .... 1 the v 3 t . t Tli Fiej" The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 191 3. )sisi&g6is&s&&BsEsgags&xi Page 3 A Vehicle Should be fs Painted and Repaired by Mechanics cfjr 9 "B "3 WHO ARE SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED. Our Ei ft JDKH. E&. d .manner. Every job of Automobile and Carriage work given to us is done who never turn out a job in a y, by work men who have made the business their and who not only know how, but do the work properly slip-sholife-stud- ainters and Carri aiCXlCI nd second-han- d Se e Our Buggies, All-Rou- Statio Vehicles at Bargain Prices. rtrtir khti wm min H rrf3 Which we are offering at extremely low prices. Also Central Main Street. K entuoky Oarriag C, N. 9 mvdti Smith, President and Manager. :nisuBiT.r second molt. hundred and twenty children. May 3 Laid my second batch of egs in a vault. May 13 Hundred and twenty more children. Third laying in garbage can. May 20 The city has offered a prize to the school child who will kill the largest number of flies. The boy at the house where I live is killing us right and left. And to think I have been eating at the same table with May full-grow- Danville, Ky. li&$$gh&i f&iim&fi&&if&?il oeoeeeo eoeoooooo eo frooooo I Bi&e In The Best The Womans Club 2 One n 1 (Edited Bj Tlie Womans Club) e loooooeoo ooceee9oeoooo9o department will hold its The music last meeting in this session on Friday the 24th at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. E. Robinson. This meeting will be a musical reception and all club members are cordially invited to attend. r.r. I 5g32Z3&l i g iNews vi ine wimrcnes. Doctors Use This for Eesema tip xrell known skin l am convincwl that tho writes I'r nption It a much a specific for t i mr. .si- mine for malaria. I ft have bc-- , rteiil i.j; the r D.D. remedy f..r jir-- " It will take away the itch tiie instant you apply it. In fact, we are so sure of what 0.D.D. are prescr'bin? a. wp'i oi lntergrecn. thjmol and otuer inpiMlkntu for eczema will do for you that we will be git! comto let you have a $1 bottte a our Ktwr-antand all other skin diseased. This pound Is I.nana as D.D.D. Prescription that It will cot ya nothingyou find that it der the work. for U::emo. of Health. no relation s and the blood.' The in1 iroiiyli tli skin d. skin n The ''!- - T. r r 1,. ravhi d nut. nn.l no palxes i n i Inns ' n fm Il.l wn'tli-lc-- s. phvsiWans of The nin-- .t ndmrc-this country are now agreed on this, and i C. W. B. M. And Bible School Convention Ir. 'l!i. sa. rcn re skin lic.is-- aln.o;-- t Ir Ilnime-.- . l II - To Meet Here May 27th And 28th. i-- -o x Ten Commandments Of Health 1 Officer. When you are in the market for a buggy, why not get the best. If you 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 a 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 to 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 bend in toward the body and throw the springs 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 pleased 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. Thou shalt kill with smashing, and unswerving assiduty flies. 2 Remember thy garbage to keep it covered. 3 -- Look not upon thy neighbor's negligence without gently, but firmly, reminding him that thine own health and happiness and that of thy family depend partly upon the cleanliness of his premises remember cleanliness is next to Godliness and be cleanly thyself. 4 Honor thy father and thy mother by helping them to keep the screens 9U shut and the holes patched, that thy days may be long in the land of flies. 6 Clean out the stables and move the mounds every week, lest the warm, moist piles hatch the eggs, larvae and papae and give wing to the pestilential stomoxys calcitrans. Safeguard thy health, thy family's health, thy neighbor's health and the public health against diphtheria, tuberculosis, typhoid and other communicable diseases by fighting the deadly flies. 7-- Laid my fourth batch of eggs. If not hindered, by September 10 will have a large family. Sometimes a great wave of interest will sweep over a community resulting in the making of certain laws or ordin- him. May 21 8 Bear witness that thy fly treadeth in filthy places and wipeth his feet upon thy food. 9 Eat no food which hath come into contact with flies. Screen thy baby's milk, its bed. Screen everything flies seek, to keep them starved, they may perish from the land. 1- 0- Clean up! that that on Becker, Ballard & 60. tsfe?0A? BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The musical program and reception Friday afternoon will close this session of the Womans club and every way it has been a year full of interest Each and profit to its members. department has entered into its particular work with a zeal and has stood for progress which has as its foundation the good of the community. The session will open in October and the incoming officers pledge themselves to the best interests of the club and in return asks for a renewal of the efforts of each member in the work. Time To Fight Flies. GOD'S MEDICINES The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. AR, the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Cow-bo- y COM-CEL-- Compounded, according- - to trie Original & Exclusive Formulae & Recipes of Charlie White-IilooS n, Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-- r CON Tie Ccukj Etitilist ORIGINATOR OF S ChETEHSE TLVEOIES SCIENCE IHDIJU Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOG- N SCPE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. "The time to fight the flies is before they become flies when in the eggs, or while they are maggots. The problem of elimination of flies is one of elimination of filth. No filth, no HAMILTOiN VALLEY. flies. Clean up, keep clean, and see that your neighbors do likewise. Have your swatter ready for the first arMr. E. Z- - Irvine is on the sick list. rivals. IiiKe Mrs. Wise, swat early Mrs. Lucy Hammack visited her flies, and save swatting later. If at Charley Davis last Sunday, you don't succeed, swat, swat sister Mrs. first Miss Mary Hobbs of Macksville Ky again." A catechism on flies issued by the is the guest of the Misses Roops this Kentucky Board of Health, which Miss week. Durning had for convenience, said: Messrs Eph Mason and Thomas Fryer "Kill the fly or the fly will kill you." has returned home after a short stay It contained the following as a "Jour- in Indiana. nal of a Female Housefly: Mrs. Richard Lear was the guest of her father Mr. John Million last Satur day and Sunday. Journal 01 The Fly. ters November 2 Went into winter quarMr. and Mrs. ances. Then the interest will abate and the law is not enforced and things go on in MONDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1913 the same old way. 7.30 Song Service It would be better not to make a law Devotional Christian Endeavorers at all than not to enforce it after it is Supreme Mission of Life made. M. B. Ainsworth, Georgetown We are called by other nations a lawTUESDAY, MAY 27, 1913 less people and with good reasons. Morning Session When the breaking of laws goes on 9 30 Song Service constantly and there is no punishment or penalty we naturally lose respect Devotional. . . . Richmond Auxiliary 9.45 Address District Manager for the law and its dignity. Especially is it true that ordinances Reports of Auxiliaries ate not enforced in a imall place. The ! Reports of Circles Council has on their books ordinances j Reports of Mission Bands which are not even known and so are 10.45 Message from State Secretary. Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. not obeyed. Nuisances are thus left unnoticed and uncorrected. Often we 11.15 Possibilities of our Auxiliaries Ministers of District violate a law and really dont know there is such a law. It then becomes the Report of Committees duty of the officers to call attention to Benediction Afternoon Session this oversight. When this is done there should be no offense taken. It is not a 1.30 Music by Junicrs personal matter, the law was not made 2.00 Our State Alms Mrs. MaryS. Walden just lor that case. As the preacher on Sunday touches your sin do notbe angry Round Table Leaders of Children's Work but if the "shoe tits wear it". Is there a law which says that all 2.30 Address. .11. B. Saxby, Somerset hogs must be moved out of town by "Whosoever liveth and believeth in me May 1st? Pigs in summer time are filth shall never die." .'.Mrs. Clay Kauffman ly and objectionable and they are no Memorial Benediction respector of persons. Evening Session The pig pen of the Mayor, the Doctor Banker or preacher is just as much of 7.30 "Opportunity Equal Responsibility' a nuisance as the one of the humblest H. W. Elliott person in town. The conditions and PROGRAM. principles are the same, and none should WEDNESDAY, MAY 2S, 1913 receive favor from the marshal!. Morning Session The laws of the state demand that beef in the markets be screened, and 9.00 Opening Song Service kept clean from flies. Is this being 9.15 Devotional Bible Study W. Scott Willis done? The Womans Club has tried faithfully 9.30 Conference "The Fiont Rank to call attention to various little offen ...State Worker Standard" ses which detract from the beauty and 10.00 Elementary Address Miss Hazel A. Lewis" cleanliness of our town. Our pride in our town is great, and we are willing 10.30 Address "The New Crusade" W. E. Frazee to work hard for any improvement that will help or benefit. We only ask 11.00 Address "The Pastor's Place ..H. C. Garrison your assistance and protection. in the BIBLE-SCHOOL Bible-school" Womans Board of convention of the tenth district, composed of the counties of Garrard, Lincoln, Madison and Pulaski will convene here, at the Christian church, May the 27th and 2Sth. This will prove quite an interesting convention and a large number of delegates from the state are expected. Mr. C. E. Tate of Stanford is the President, Miss Rose Crawford, Somerset, Secretary, and Miss Sallie Elkin, District manager. The official program follows; C. W? B. M. PROGRAM. The Christians Missions and Bible-school ee R. E. MeRoberts & Son. &&33&&S&$& &$$&W&&&yWtoM A E3fd3l8 A new Supply just in and up-to-cla- te. I J i Mrs. Ma Ksnnaird ra&?&$& f$m&&ftJl 11 30 Announcements-Committe- es, "When I invest in a wagon buy J. W. Hamilton of Lan- Afternoon Session, etc. 12.00 Adjournment Afternoon Session D. M: Walker 1.30 Devotional 1.40 Business Session 2.00 Departmental Conferences. 1. Elementary in charge of Miss Hazel A. Lewis (2) Other Workers in charge of State Worker 2.45 Report of Conferences By member of conference other than leader. 3.00 Christian Educational Address Pres. R. H. Crossfield 3.45 "The Lexington School of W. E. Frazee Methods" 4.00 Benediction Evening Session A. W. Fortune 7. 30 Address a Studebaker, then it's a safe investment" ng Of course it is! Studebakcr wagons are built on honor, with sixty years of wagon-buildiexperience and with every wagon goes a Studebaker guarantee. You can't afford to have a dealer sell you some other wagon represented to be "just as good." If you want a wagon that will last, run easily and stand up to its work, there is only one wagon to buy and that's a Sludebaker. Don't trade ten extra years of service for a few dollars difference in price. Studebaker wagons are made to fit every requirement of business or pleasure, in city, town or country. Surreyi rony Carriages Farm Wagons WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. April 20 Came out of winter quarters and laid my first hatch of eggs 120 in a manure heap. April 31 May first 120 eggs have hatched. April 22 Larvae have undergone first molt. April 28 Larvae have undergone caster were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Strimett last Sunday. Our community rej'oices in the fact that we are to have a new school building. Many thanks to Supt, Higgins and the Board of .Education and any one else whose word or deed helped in the fight for a new school build ing. Rau'ntii Wasoni Buztfes Damp Carta Each the best 'of iu kind. Trucks Runabouts Harness Sec our Dealer or trrife us. STUDEBAKER Kf.I?SF... MINNEAPOLIS South Bend, Ind. CHICAGO DAI1AS KANSAS CTTY DENVER SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, ORE. "ii. .,; AT Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 191 3. . . CLAIMS Allowed by the Garrard County Fiscal Court and paid out of the Road Fund by B. F. Hudson,Treasurer, from April term 1912 to and including April term " Fred Hughes Rus Denton Pat Davis Hugh Preston Bill Joslin Joe Pellman Ben Dunn Bill Adams 15 00 1 50 34 65 SO 00 1 John Brim Albert Ware Pat Sutton J P Oaks . 21 00 Garrard Milling Co. 15 00 D. W. Parsons 150 50 Albert Ware 1 50 Harve Robinson 151 12 J. P. Bourne By Balance., ...13 28 John Wallace Sam Davis Jink Hiatt Bill Coffee A. D. Grant Harve Robinson 1913. Harrison Ray Chas. Coulter Logan Ison J. M. Bourne Albert Ware Andy Adams John Wallace Henry Lawson Com Floyd A. D. Grant Sam Davis $ 35 00 34 60 194 82 Bill Fred Hughes Albert Ware Hughes Bros. Ben Wilmot D. W. Parson 25 W B Moss 3 75 Will Coffey 5 00 Ed Scott 7 50 Sam Davis 7 50 iNat Kirkendall 7 50 Allen Stwart 7 50 Harve Robinson 7 50 John Best 7 50 Henry Leavell 12 00 Albert Ware 15 00 John Hank 15 00 50 12 00 3 5 6 7 7 7 00 Bill Coffey 65 Sam Davis 25 Com Floyd 50 50 13 00 15 00 15 00 Farris 7 50 Ben Dunn 10 00 Jink Hiatt 2 50 Bill Coffe Jink Hiatt Albert Ware A. D. Grant Henry Lawson Harvey Robinson 50 Fred Hughes. 12 50 Jno Paine 6 25 G. R. Beazley 5 C5 J. W. Hill & Son 10 00 5 00 3 75 2 50 2 15 2 2 3 6 7 7 50 Al Gardener 50 Sam Davis 75 Bill Adams 25 A. D. Grant 50 448 4 44 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 00 25 00 00 25 50 50 Hughes Bros Chas Coulter Albert Ware Harve Robinson Pat Kirkendall Jones Leavell Sam Davis Ed Scoti 15 00 850 00 33 30 15 00 . 50 Bill Coffey 50 Allen Stewart 50 J W Bourne 50 D E Henry Harve Robinson ' . . 12 00 Huffman & Ballew 15 00 D W Parsons Nathan Bogie Jink Hiatt Andy Adams Charley Phelps Sam Wallace Sam Davis J. P. Bourne Same Jack Adams Henry Lawson Andy Adams A. D. Grant Albert Ware Sam Wallace J. W. Sweeney John Wallace Pat Kirkendall Sam Davis Bill Coffee A. D. Grant Jink Hiatt Sam Davis Harve Robinson Lexington coal and coke pany Sam Wallace ... Andy Adams com- 7 50 1 96 40 00 50 22 1 25 6 25 6 25 6 25 6 25 7 50 7 50 12 00 Jink Hiatt Sam Wallace Bill Farris Jink Hiatt Jim Wallace A. D. Grant Sam Davis Harve Robinson Albert Ware Logan Ison Albert Ware Harve Robinson Sam Davis A. D. Grant Jim Wallace Harve Robinson Albert Ware Fred Hughes M. Rumely Joe Miller W. H. Graham Robert Long 94 16 Davis Sutton. 1 25 J. A. Amon 4 35 Hughes Bros. 5 00 Ben Dunn 5 00 Bill Adams 6 25 Andy Figg 7 50 Jink Hiatt 10 00 Bill Coffee 12 50 A. D. Grant . 12 00 13 50 198 76 15 00 26 00 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 7 50 12 00 12 50 12 50 45 00 13 25 69 00 128 25 45 50 13 00 165 00 8 75 10 00 Harve Robinson Sam Davis Albert Ware Bill Coffey . Ed Scott Nat Kirkendall Allen Stewart Jonas Leavell John Best Ed Whitted Hughes Bros Felix Watson Nat Kirkendall Ed Scott Sam Davis Will Coffey . ' 57 85 Geo. 13 75 10 00 Figg Jink Hiatt Ed Withers Sam Wallace Andy Adams Huffman and Ballew Hiram Pellman Will Preston Charley Bronston As Grant Sam Davis Harve Robinson 6 90 Irvine Miller 6 25 Joel Marsee 5 00 Andy Figg 4 00 Bill Adams 2 50 Jink Hiatt 2 50 A. D. Grant 17 10 Sam Davis Harve Robinson Albert Ware Pat Sutton L G Davidson Dave White J O Bogie Jim Hank Ed Preston J H Bourne John Brim 11 24 R L Brown 12 50 Jim Hutchison 12 50 Rob Mullins 12 50 Allen Stewart 13 75 Gilbert Mosely 13 75 Sam Davis 18 00 Tom Brown 5 00 John Colson Harve Robinson 25 Albert Ware 25 Chas Coulter 25 Hudson & Hughes 25 Albert Ware 25 Harve Robinson lo 00 Tom Brown 10 50 Bill Coffey 50 50 50 50 25 00 50 4 30 35 20 10 00 7 50 7 50 6 25 6 25 5 00 2 50 2 50 5 25 75 00 952 00 1 25 6 90 7 50 7 50 7 50 12 00 15 00 13 7 7 7 7 7 6 24 42 00 50 Joe Boian J, L. Smith Jim Bratton Chas Cotton Logan Ison Pat Sutton Hughes Bros J. L. Shepherd Hugh Preston W. T. Watson Eb Scott Wood3 Walker Hughes Bros. Bill Coffey 3 00 18 00 12 00 7 50 7 50 3 75 2 00 13 00 86 00 93 00 41 95 210 00 117 00 50 00 57 00 100 00 19 25 162 00 1105 00 7 50 7 50 ..264 95 ? 21,727 35 State of Kentucky, I ,. j wu"'; "l I, J. W. Hamilton, Clerk of the Gar vj"". rard County Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing Settlement has be tween B. F. Hudson, Treasurer of Garraid County Kentucky, and the Garrard County Fiscal Court, was on April filed, examined and approved bv the said Fiscal Court and ordered to record and together with this certificate duly recorded this April rSG-f5rWW- 3 w.M.'mmt ,j. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY -! FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Attest J. W. Hamilton Clerk. By H. D. Tomlinson D. C. S. C. White Leghorns. Sam Davis Harve Robinson Albert Ware Frank Ray W. H. Graham R. L. Brown English Dunn J. O. Bogie Logan Ison Bill Mullins Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in L 'hville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of serice, but n itike other first class Hotels the chirges for Elegantly Furn"!ied Rocms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elesrmtly FnrnUhcd Rm with hot iiul The Cafe ! i In rVira" of t rn ful tk , private nt Otir CI l( rtiiame cold runnlne .sx.uu inet's in inu i . Ir,iaiiM,rtintoilet. r r cUy 1' c'iani"r vi Lr xr t , h u riiq K JG r.lHtantlvrurui-'iflIUiinttitl- i CI Cf proi. . .1h,u Private Bath. i r tUy . T ilifc- - 1 lot.-trU a from II to OVC !Ui.r.,i'Vi $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Tnl.U dM.f. .iinwr 'm6 tu Qt ftft J wan-ran1 1 John Brim Geo. Brim G. M. Huffman Joe Rice Jim Foster Sam Davis Bill Coffey 29 9 7 47 86 33 75 97 35 50 00 00 24 00 22 00 Jink Hiatt John Wallace Andy Adams Jim Wallace Albert Ware Sam Davis Harve Robinson J. W. Bourne Gaar Scott & Company. Jim Pollard Jink Hiatt Charley Bronston Sam Davis Allen Salter Andy Adams Harvey Robinson A. D. Grant Albert Ware Will Preston Albert Ware Ben Graham Jr. Logan Ison John Brim J. A. Dudderar Sam Bourne Hughes Bros. Pat Sutton W. S. Bettis Albert Ware Ed Hughes Chas. Bronston 38 50 Bill Coffee 37 50 Harve Robinson 1 25 Albert Church 5 00 D. W Parsons 5 00 Irvine Miller 3 75 Sam Bourne 2 50 Bill Coffee 2 50 A D Grant 7 50 Bill Adams 7 50 Andy Figg 8 00 Jink Hiatt 5 00 Harve Robinson 795 00 Ben Dunn 3 75 Huffman & Ballou 7 50 Sam Davis 7 50 Irvine Miller 7 50 Bill Jennings 7 50 Joe Robinson 7 50 J A Bratton 7 50 Logan Ison 7 50 Davis Sutton 9 50 D W Parson3 12 00 Ben Dunn 12 50 Bill Adams 15 00 Bill Coffee 17 50 Andy Figg 18 00 Jink Hiatt 35 00 Sam Davis 67"50 A D Grant 1C0 00 Bill Jennings 21 50 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 00 25 Bill Coffey 00 15 00 153 00 17 '16 8 2 5 6 6 6 7 12 00 25 75 00 00 25 25 85 50 87 53 12 50 12 00 7 50 79 2 8 7 7 7 7 8 14 20 50 35 50 50 50 50 Sam Davis Gilbert Mosely Albert Ware - 7 4 15 2 2 37 23 64 Jink Hiatt Andy Figg Tom Adams Bill Coffee A. D. Grant Sam Davis Allen Stewart Harvey Robinson Chas Coulter Jas. Bratton Hughes Bros. J. W. Bourne Kelly Springfield Road Roller Company. Ben Wilmot Hughes Bros. Chas. Bronston Sam Davis Ben Dunn 59 15 6 6 6 2 2 2 6 7 7 10 15 23 160 36 10 25 25 25 50 Keen Burdette Charley Mitchell Bub Marshbank Virgil Miller Pat Kirkendall A D Grant Sam Davis 46 66 6 6 6 25 Will Coffey 6 25 John Hatfield C 25 Albert Creech 7 50 Gilbert Mosely 6 25 Joe Bourne 2 50 Hobran Neily 42 00 Allen Stewart -- Sam Perkins Hughes Bros Chas. Leavell Jim Foster 75 Ross & Estes 00 Richard Bergeres 50 F. O. Ray 55 1 Albert Ware 00 Hunter House &Son 50 Craig Smith & Bros 50 H. L. Wallace 60 Less Huffman 75 Albert Ware 50 Jim Trinker & Son 00 Harve Robinson 00 J H Bourne 25 Clayton Marsee 25 Smiley Walker 7 7 5 3 10 578 6 46 50 50 00 04 00 00 00 00 224 30 15 17 77 00 26 00 18 75 18 75 18 00 16 50 . . 2 50 Sam Davis 6 24 2 160 Jink Hiatt Andy Adams Will Coffee Tom Adr-mA. D. Grant s Andy Figg Allen Stewart Harve Robinson Ben Wilmot Fred Hughes J. W. Bourne Albert Ware R. C. Dudderar Tom Graham Ed Preston Will Preston Logan Ison John Graham Hughes Bros. Sam DaviB A. D. Grant Harve Robinson Allen Stewart Chas Bronston Bill Coffee Andy Figg Tom Adams 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 12 12 12 15 15 50 Bill Farris 50 Harve Robinson 25 Albert Ware 50 Loyd Bourne 50 John Paine 00 John Prather 75 Ed Preston 75 Arch Lane 00 Mode Kavanaugh 00 Jim Styps Geo Coffman 00 John Boine 50 Albert Ware 00 Harve Robinson 50 Sam Davis 50 Will Farris 50 Bill Coffee 50 Will Coffee 50 . Ed Scott 59 9 12 12 17 22 160 6 7 12 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 15 Jink Hiatt Ben Dunn Albert Ware 50 Herb Salter 50 Fred Hughes 50 Nat Kirkendall 50 Bony Cunningham 50 Jim Foster 00 Bill Jennings 00 Irvine Miller 50 Pat Sutton 00 Hoke Preston 00 Harve Robinson 50 Sam Davis 00 Will Coffee 00 Nat Kirkendall 00 Ed Scott 00 Bill Farris 00 Fred Hughes 00 Albert Ware 25 Bill Jenning 50 Bill Coffee 00 Allen Stewart 50 Bill Farris 50 Nat Kirkendall 50 Ed Scott 50 Sam Davis 50 Harve Robinson 50 j 50 , Sam Hank 00 Henry Leavell 5 00 Sam Hughes 5 00 J- - H. Smith 6 25 Tom Brown 6 25 J O Bogie 7 50 Hughes Bros 7 50 Sim Ray 12 00 D W Parsons 12 50 Nick Rothwell 37 50 J. W. Bourne 15 00 Pat Sutton 15 00 Sam Perkins 12 00 Joe Miller 9 00 Eb Wittaker 9 00 Dave Henry 9 00 John Best 9 00 Albert Ware 9 00 Bob Kennedy 12 50 Harve Robinson 10 00 Sam Davis , 6 90 Tom Brown 6 85 Will Coffey " 6 25 Com Floyd 5 68 Parker Jenkins ' 5 65 Harrison Ray 3 75 Com Floyd 2 50 Albert Ware 2 50 Bill Coffey 10 00 Sam Davis 36 00 Harve Robinson 3 75 Albert Ware 3 75 John Broaddus 210 00 Davis Sutton 30 00 Monard Road Roller Co. 12 00 Lewis Burnam 7 50 Hughes Bros. 5 65 Brim & Graham 5 65 Logan Ison 5 00 Jim Foster 5 00 Rumely Products Company 1 25 J. E. Robinson ' 12 50 Frank Ray 2 00 Smiley Walker 7 50 J. A. Dudderar' 7 50 . 7 60 Hughes Bros. 7 50 Hugh Preston 7 50 Harve Robinson 7 50 Albert Ware . 12 00 Bill Coffey 15 00 Sam Davis 24 00 Com Floyd :? 50 1 25 63 75 510 00 82 00 74 80 12 00 6 00 12 12 12 9 9 7 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 15 00 50 00 00 00 00 50 25 00 00 00 75 75 15 50 Charley Poor Jim Hood Albert Ware Harve Robinson Eb Whitted Harve Robinson Sam Davis Albert Ware Chas. Poor J. W. Bourne Henry Middleton J. T. Payne J. H. Lewis A. F. Embry Jim Foster Davis Sutton Dr. Mays . C. & C. Ruble Ross & Estes Dave Henry Bright Burdette Burnam Roe J. H. Bourne Com Floyd J. W. Tatham Eb Bently Jim Clouse Indiania Road Machine Co Big Boy Albert Ware Joe Roe Charley Poor Sam Davis J. P. Bourne J. O. Bogie Bob Bourne Davis Sutton Frank Ray Hughes Bros Harve Robinson Sam Davis Logan Ison Eb Scott Harry Bros. Company English Dunn Eb Whitted Bill Wren Chas. Coulter. Dr. Montgomery Albert Ware J. W. Bourne Keene Burdette Cleveland Bourne 12 00 My stock fron? prize winners at At15 00 lanta, Louisville and other shows. A 127 25 few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per 173 30 setting of 15. J. M. Mount, 63 00 Lancaster, Ky, 70 00 80 75 43 50 10 62 10 00 8 75 3 70 2 50 58 00 7 50 6 25 6 25 1 50 51-5- Ringlets Barred Rocks b tv i. in.. i Larsre Sample Rooms with S2.50 Rathslilcr open from 4 ( p. ra. to Private Bath, per itiy . . Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City ir ljfcd x. m. 10 00 10 00 47 50 8 00 6 6 6 9 27 90 50 25 00 00 Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 Two pens with 1st and 2nd prize birds at head for $2.00. Come and see real Barred Rocks LOUIE TINDER, should be nude win mrrr lo.- -. M ROUT. B. JONES. Mjnii-ir- . Mer. GEO. SCHENCK. Ast (open Hay 12, IW- -, Paitbs, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotei. Honr. Atlanta, Ga., under Earae management and own rsfc j. HeJ n, ition ALtr rssa?5-esr53m- s3 24 00 22 50 19 50 r Lancaster, Ky 49 287 4 232 257 50 00 00 11 mnmunn; The Tin-platte te tight-coatek. Mjl SUtt Vcforu5hii Imptrul 5hir Oriental S'liX' 95 Graham Springs 177 40 5 00 5 00 12 00 2 25 10 00 40 95 13 75 1345 32 3 75 HOTEL. Home of the Famous Gra ham Springs Water. desires to an' nounce that the Hotel will open for guests The management four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as shown aboe are made in any of the following ways : 1 . Stamped from and painted Red. e and painted Green. 2. Stamped from Tin-plag process. and Galvanized by a 3. Stamped from Tin-plaGalvanized Sheets. d 4. Stamped from special genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embojsed with this I Each and Trade-mar"Cortright Reg. U.S. Pat. Oif." 6 J ror oae oy Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, hand-dippin- Philadelphia, Pa. 3 75 5 00 6 25 7 50 06 10 00 00 7 00 1011 50 8 166 325 245 May 1st, 1913. Special attention to auto parties. Meals prepared on short notice. Write or phone, JEWELE 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. s, 5 00 7 50 44 50 25 00 1191 56 100 00 BenC. Allin,Mgr Harrodsburg, Ky. J.W.Sweeney G. W. Conn 175 00 10 00 4 50 382 67 55 25 18 00 16 25 11 50 II 7 7 5 3 00 50 50 65 75 11 20 15 00 3 25 3 50 6 25 7 50 10 00 12 50 236 12 Bill Coffey 52 50 Com Floyd 20 75 Harrison Brim 3 00 Luther Graham 102 00 Geo Brim 108 50 W. H. Graham 64 50 Albert Ware Harry Leavell Jno. Deering Henry Burtin W. H. Graham Hughes Bros Jno. Burdette Smith Farrance Harve Robinson Eb Scott Dennis & Gastineau Wm Duncan Sam Davis Jim Wallace Sam Wallace Harve Robinson Chas, Poindexter Davis Sutton Arthur Thompson J. P. Bourne Harve Robinson G. M. Patterson J. W. Bourne Lexington Coal & Coke pany Luther Graham Jim Simpson Henry Leavell Harve Robinson Sam Hughes Harrison Ray Bradley Spratt Harve Robinson Albert Ware Harve Robinson W. B. Durham W. M. Wren 25 00 75 00 445 75 36 00 4 00 6 00 8 00 13 50 47 50 15 30 15 25 19 50 Victor, Bogart 133-13- 3 Co, Book-Keepe- TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. 20 50 21 00 . .25 50 267 75 6 25 5 00 8 75 322 75 13 50 30 00 Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts tze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. 2 50 5 00 5 00 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. 7 50 67 75 157 50 5 00 2 54 7 50 54 08 7 50 Com- 83 20 15 00 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. A SURE SIGN Ut ajtfB&Mgl 2100 24 00 7 50 50 00 10 00 2 00 of service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: up-to-d- DEPOSITS. April 4,1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 57273 GO April 4th, 1911, $94,736.69. April 4th, 1913, 7 8 7 7 100 50 75 50 $120,514.74. 2 1 3 3 John Brim 7 00 J. W. Bourne 25 00 Harve Robinson 124 96 -- EbBentley ' 45 50 Bill Duncan W. Sweeney 6 50 J. Albert Ware 45 00 Harve Robinson 63 75 Dan Williams 24 00 Allen Stewart 12 00 R. L. Brown 18 50 AlbertWare Harve Robinson 7 50 Allen Stewart 7 50 Harve Robinson 5 00 AlbertWare 1 , 7 9 9 9 7 60 45 50 00 75 25 75 75 50 00 00 00 The Garrard Bank & Trust Company To Save man's duty. Life First fire- and property afterwards is the THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Your duty is to see 50 90 00 34 95 10 00 that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from us today. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 7 50 2 04 1 85 76 50 12 60 9 00 1 85 R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 9,00 -- FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. . 6 75 V w The Central Record, Friday, May SS, 1913. Page B BLEUCHER 46158. s. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, Record 2:29 tf. Trial 2:14 Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 tf. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled 1906. Standard Registered Vol.18. Night iV.S sire ol JI lnc fcearch- iianc uriKiitiinat 2:u8K. Dark Wllk9 2:09 Valpa2.0 etc. I Jenny Clay Great brood mare f Dark i ( Alcyone 73!, 2:27. Sire of CO, dams of Cirroll Co, Preston IKR J i wjmmmrgtj3&m&M!uw& S i i 0. DON VERRICK. Will make the season of 15)13 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at 1 Silent Krook 19TC9 necora zij'S Bireof Klllv nurk2:03!i, 8haliv2:(i7,i. Brook 27;4. Kroot 2:10, etc. Emma 264, 7arriue 2 (fi. Lady Belltirook Meadonr .. ioouaay BvStFlmo275. 1 MokoSJlS; Sire of Brenda Clayo Ham of I.ula Watts (2) 2rJ7J. Blencher SriSt'j. tr. 21:7: out of a half sister to Mlcut Brcok Xathe Belle (3) 3.044, Sllier Silk (41 2 OH'... Monrico(l) Susie X.(3,2:09.etc. iBettvClav Half bister to Silent Brook 2:lftU.Rtddle Clay 4iSU.nad Lilly Clay dam of I'rue 2rJl'. Ferno Yorke 2.05 Great Brood Mare. Harry Clay 4i,2:i9. fclre of 4 dams of i1). ( Norwood Belle Nr Vnruood52'. Baron Wilkes 48.2:18 Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. Queen Ethel By Strathmore J(b. j Dam of Bumrs.-OSWilke Kutwood X, Sire of Carl Wilkes Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. 2K- Mi- - Sire Preston 922 by Washington Denmark 64. 1st dam baby Pence by Enoch Arden; 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 3rd dam. daughter of Garrard Chief 2253; 4th dam, daughter of Bories. Grey Eagle Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. a BEAZLEY! I S P Residence Phone 27 1 $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Don Verrick. by Onward Silver 2.05 V (who sold for $25 000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 22VA, 2nd dam by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15!4 and Madlem Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20. Winchester 2:19. Miss R. 2.30. Don. Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen 2.06 54, and sold for a handsome price. Mary, r 2.16J (Jenny Cln. By Harry Clay 45. Ham of Silent Brook 2:16', i' Reddle Clay 4 etc. HIGH CLOUD 3334. 1 ! LANCASTER. KY. Silent Brook 197C9, 2:1GJ, sire of" Billy Burk 2:03J. Meadow Brook 2:061, Shaw bay 2:071. Zarrine 2:07J, Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:095, Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10J, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10.Margaret Bathgate (4) 2:11J, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:031 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:03 (Futurity winner.) (5) 2:041, Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity .) filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winner.) (3) 2:06k (champion winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Silver Silk (4) 2:08. Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:101, Momas.er 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:091. Martha Tipton (4) 2:091, O'Neil (3) 2:132, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:lo, etc Bleucher 46158, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14J, half in 1:06, last quarter in 32 seconds , is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had It certainly looks like very little training and most.of that by an amateur and if given half a chance he will win this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Grass Fair last j ear and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this j ear. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to.breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1913 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at win-ner- Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief 1718, one of the two great chief sires. Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. j i 1 at the same time and place stand my big 15 lA hand Jack at I will also O f $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentupky1 A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means fa sg 4 4S These horses are both sound and genuine saddle horses with speed Better Than The Best, No Higher action, and perfect gaits. Than The Rest. I have facilties for erring for mares sent to" me from a distance and will furnish good grass at reasonable price and the best of personal attention. Distilled, Filtered In all cases lien will be retained on foal for service fee according to law. Fees become immediately due and insurance is forfeited if mares are removed LEXINGTON. from the State or bred to another horse. Care will be taken to prevent but not responsible should any occur. You are invited to inspect these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. acci-ciden- ts j Drinking Water, KENTUCKY j s i to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. LOGAN HUBBLE. Mmwm.w$&77mwmmw& I Official Directory Of Garrard County. W. O. Walker, Stanford, liv Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. AT BELLEVUE FARM. I offer for public service during Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Ilarriln. Commomnaltbs Attornc Hou.Emmtl Tur J car. Circuit ClerL. William B.Mason. Master Corainlsaiontr . II. Ilroun. Trustee Jury Fund Benj. K. Kobluson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. TM No. Sire, Dignity Dare Dam, On Time mare. Standard Time is a black horse 16 hands. head and neck seldom eqvaHed on any horse. in harness class when three-year-ol- the Season of 1913, by the show record 2 grand championships AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first, 25 championships, . $20.00 1 To Insure A Living Colt. in the County Judge A. I) Fpril. County Attorney J E. Koblnson. County ClerV J. N Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllusun. Coroner J, A. Jone. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerlff C. A. KolIu-on. 474. 1 Lien ream prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. tained 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. past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. .te-- 'r A- Superintendent of School girs. Miss Jennie IHg. r- j, ?.-- ' y " ,, W. B. BURTON, PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:58 Bingen 2:06 4. fi fs ''.. , - rr" "- - , -- . Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor E B. Hay. Jailer JacV Adams. Snpenisorof Roids CIc eland nournn. Trcasurtr li. F II.id-.uu- . MAGISTKMI.3. LANCASTER. KY. J. 1 Bourne 1st. DM. Logan Ison 2nd. Di-- t. inch high, with a HarrNon Huy Ird, Dlit. Janus Coldiron Jtli, I'M Todd 2:1 3. 1 Won several blue ties They Mature would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 j ears of age. $100,000 Todd sold for $28,000. Badn sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for $20,000. Mr. J, T. Huguely, of S15.000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, laised ToJd Mack, who sold for $15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Early. Breed In The Most Fashionable Family . 5j & z-- Best Bred Son of Todd, 2:1 43A. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. " ?- -- h GORDON TODD 3-- 46793. Eufala, Ala. fZnsm Km'mm " m - - ' WM ft -- vai . Wei - fee w COl'.STY Bi)Vi:U OF EDUCATION". Cronlty Broaddus lit Diat I! D MiMurtr) Si.d M-- t. O J llendnn. Srd. Dlt. Thomas f. Kim,'. 4th Disc. CIT OF I.VNCATEK. Mayor H. T. Logan. Cit Judge E. . llarn. City Attorney K. II.Tomllnson. City Cl'-rH. K Hirudon. Citv John M Mouut. City Treasurer I). A. Thomas. Chief l'elice-- L. E IKrron. COUXCILMEX. d. He is now saddling nicely. If Will you are looking for size, style, action and bone and a fine combined liorse, you should see Standard Time before booking your mares 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. Parker Gregory. V. JI. Zanone. G S. Greenleaf. II. C Harrllroii.J It F. Walter. Win. lUrLdou. JESS,,?: Record 2:071. Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Shed by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 .)TWt35fVi- Jr Mi . -- . J?,! r $30.00 2, 4, 4, TO INSURE. 4, 2, 3-- . ,Ci' J'''.: L.&N. r. 3765 Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. w. Phone 133-- 3 s. Tewmey. rings. DANVILLE, KY. by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate 2.10 etc) 5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of $75.00 to insure a living ... . by Golden Slope 2434 ldam GolJen Ready Golden colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Sire of Lady .Mope 2.15 Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 Mary Beau 2.20 Pant.,' Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc., and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A, McKnight, 2.20 Todd SUII2.23, etc Silence 2.21 by Stranger 3030 Danville, Kentucky. 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 etc. Sire of the dams of Brock Promise 2.10, Princess Xenia 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc He was out of the famous mare, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 2.07 Will make the season of 1913 at my hands high, heavy mane and tail and Edison Dam of Bajrenth 2.20 excellent carriage. Bessie Owens 2.13 stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Dentine 2.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise Hill Squirrel was sired by Ches2 Golden etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver 2.10, Momento 2.19 ter Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Monday R. 2.22 14, Boea 2.20, to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2.10 Henrietta 2.21 Squirrel. Tulu K. 2.12 Col. Pattrick 2.10 He will make season of 1913 at my by Rex etc. REX HELTON 3404, sired Livery and Sale stable on Stanford by John C. Fremont Maud Helton May Steers 4 dam Peavine 179G. 1st dam by street at Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 413G. veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative The to Insure Living Colt. to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great GARRARD PEAVINE. 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 This pony is 4 years old, spotted and Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. Will also make the season of 1913, at E. F. Geers. my place at $10.00 to insure a living a good imdividual, 48 inches high and a 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 P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Phone 523. Peavine, 1796, dam, Gordo Lady, acting ponies in Kentucky. Rex 1st dam 3-- 4, 1- -4 3-2, 1-- 4, 3-- 4. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10, including Bob Douglass 2.04 Al Stanley 2 08 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Dictator Todd 2 08 etc., son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) Bingen 2.06 4 and Fannella 2.13 (danl of Sadie Mac 2.06 2, 4, 4, Kentucky's Choice Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. 1-- 3-- 4, 2-- 3-- 4, 1-- 3-- 4, 4, u it i m Hill Squirrel. 3-- 1-- 4. 1- -4 4, 1-- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. 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 train to Bristol & Atlanta. Mai or c . Jr. Will make the season at "Elkin Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. , R. L. Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. 1-- 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 2, $20. with fast 1-- 4, 4, 4, $10. 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 And then HE correctly records JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, 6330. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. Winning race record on Grand Circuit 1912. Full brother of Kntli McGregor 2 OSJi. a Grand Circuit winner of 1912. Son of Jay McGregor 2 07?who recently sold for fifteen thousand dollars ((15.000 00) for export to Russia, and who wlio sold at auction February 4th, in New York City for sixteen sired Baldy McGregor 2 0 thousand dollars (lti.000 00) for export to Austria, Ills dam is Baroness Sibyl 2.25Ji, a daughter of Baron Wilkes. 4 l A great many people consider Chlmewood the ft A handsomest trotting stallion living; son of LnirilGWflflQ Z!IV g. HIghwood2 21Katid ChlmeoiBelLbyXIam-brinoKinHis first five dam s are in great brood mare list. Uncle 8rm's Commission of four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal the United States, off eied 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 fers have been refused. This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and full information and the Address, place. REID. A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 151 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 gener al 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. White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Kentucky. Also at the same time and place I will stand my fine big BOHEMIAN EING 2410. The records not only confirm his stateThe place in the front rank as a sire of show colts stronger. Remember twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States ment, but are much 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. Jack. Thistle Doime 2:09 14 Young John Morgan 3705 Young John Morgan 3705 was sired by old John Morgan and was out of an imported registered Jennet He will make the season of 1913 at Investigate For Yourself. We are now meeting mares Then Decide. i 14 $10. to Insure Living Colt Lien retained on all colts for the season money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responside should any occur Season due when mare is traded or parted with at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. ALLEN 6 $25. OO to Insure JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. a. Farm Sl miles from Danville on Danville and Harrodsburg turnpike. Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 128 Danville, Ky living colt for Each Horse. MARK GOINS, J. T. Rainey. Kentucky; Marksbury, Lancaster Ky. EDELEN, Burgin, Kentucky GLENWORTH FARMS. He too, Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blood to Bohemian King, standing at $20. is bred right, therefore, breeds right. ,- - . Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 1913. II Pi EW f ; Great Remedy For Indigestion And Gastritis. Candidates For County School Superintend ent Must Hold State Certificates. Down In The 'Backer Patch. Pursley s T Composed of Roots, Herbs, A Postal Will Bring Trial Treatment And AHistory Of Famous People. Stomach Tablets surely do end all indigestion and stomach misery and to prove it we will send a trial treatment, an interesting booklet, and tell you exactly how to banish all stomach trouble and put your stomach in fine shape. Just say on a postal or in a letter "Send me trial treatment of and you will never be sorry address Booth's Buffalo, N. Y. It. E. McRoberts sells a whole lot of 50 cent boxes on money back if dissatisfied plan. In Mi and Barks, for all 3g)J feS " The North Western Cow " DAKOTA JACK, Boy. Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach.Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. FOR . JIT. HfiUHON Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and two children are on the sick list. Little Lucy Grow is spending the week with her grandparents at Pleasant Hill. Miss Alice Jones of Lexinsrton is teaching Miss Lida May Murphy music at their home. Mrs. E. F. Scott was the guest of her sister Mrs N. C. Mullins at last week. Mr. Willie Preston spent a part of last week with his cousin Mr. Lewis Lemay near Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and daughter Miss Beula of Jessamine wer with Mrs Peachie Grow last week. On May the 10th the children and grandchildren of Mrs. Mahala Sherrow gave her a surprise birthday dinner, it being her 75th anniversary. Quite a number were present among whom was a brother of Mrs Sherrow who is 74. A bounteous dinner was served and much enjoyed by all present. le &i 45 DAYS TREATMENT $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy T initYionf JylIllIHCIlL fr a a,n' Deafness, Burns, Stings Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. 1 CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All or. sale E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell, Ky. at J. Hi )MTI):rgfliflJli HKrJ fj4r 1SMW2W&W&' Choose Your Paint as Carefully as Your Painter The material is important to the workman as well as to the property owner. The best painter can't make poor paint last. Be sure of your paint. See that it is made of The Act of requires all candi dates for the office of County Superin tendent, except those who are now in office, to hold a State Certificate issued by the State Board of Examiners, which does not expire during the antici pated term of office. 2 The applicant may qualify by taking a special examination to be held in the Department of Education, Frankfort, May 30 and 31, and June 27 and 28. This examination is in all respects equivelant to the examination for the regular State Certificate. 3 The applicant may qualify by taking the regular State Examination, June 20 and 21, either in the county in which the applicant resides or in Frank fort, before the State Board of Examiners. 4 Applicants may qualify after nominations are made in the August Primary. However, there is only one chance after the Primary, and that is in the regular State Examination in August, and the candidate can not take this examination, except in his home county, where he expects to run for office, or in Frankfort in the Department of Education. 5 Incumbents in office, under the law, are qualified by virtue of their past tenure of office, to run for tion without further examination. 0 The 1912 law prescribes that all candidates who are not incumbents in office, must either have a certificate as herein described, or take this special examination, which is in all respects, the equivelant of a State Certificate. Therefore, all such candidates must have taught two years, the time required by law to secure a State Certificate. Barksdale Hamlett, Superintendent Public Instruction. 1 1912 J re-el- 1 IS UCICKl'IS. What Beautiful Hair. Born to the wife of Wilson Hurt, May 16th a boy. Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) and Pure Linseed Oil. We can supply you with both these materials, as well as other painting requisites, and shall be glad to help you select a color scheme for your house. Come in. Don't forget to ask for our white lead book. Edward Dickerson of Richmond is visiting his sister Mrs. George Ray. Miss Mamye Dickerson of Richmond is visiting Garrard relatives and friends Mrs. Nora Teater visited her sister Mrs. Forest Curtis at Mt Hebron last week. Dr. Spitler of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew emigrated to Oaklahoma feveral years ago, is visiting friends here. The Sunday School District Convention will meet at Antioch next Sunday afternoon Bogie. Mr. Joe Simpson who at 3 oclock. Burnett Sanders has returned to Crab Orchard, after a visit to his grandmother, Mrs. Hiram Ray. Misses Stella Ray and Barbara Gulley spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Roy Sanders at Nina. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teater and family of Loyd were guests at the home of Mrs. Mai Carter Sunday. Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and children have been spending a few days with her mother, Mrs- - T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders of Crab Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rainey of Lancaster were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Sunday Misses Evelyne Hicks, Maggie Walker and Evaree Carter of Loyd and Miss Lizzie Gallanger were the week-en- d guests of Miss Lucinda Carter. Miss Nettie Hawkins of Lexington an experienced trimmer is with Mrs. Iva Teater. Everybody is invited to the summer opening Saturday afternoon. May 24th. Rev. H. M. Demoss of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church here next Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, and Rev. Priest of the same place will conduct the services Sunday even ing. 41 How often do we hear that exclamation about a certain woman's or man's hair. A prominent scientist and hair specialist emphatically states, and has proven, that any man or woman can have luxuriant, lustrous hair, by using a famous prescription called PARISIAN Sage. PARISIAN Sage is now made and sold in America. R. E. McRoberts & Son the druggist, is the agent in Lancaster and the readers of Lancaster can buy from them for only 50cents a large bottle. R. E. McRoberts & Son knows that TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE PARISIAN Sage will beautify thehair, cure dandruff and stop falling hair, and Money Back for any case of for that reason they sell it under a guarantee to cure or money back. Price 50 cents. Girouq Mfg. Co., N. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that Y., American Makers. Solace Fails To Remove. I know not the reasons But in rainy seasons, It gave me joy. When I was a boy, To work in the 'Backer patch. All you must know Is just to get your row, With a man to drop, Then you must not stop, Down in the 'backer patch. When the ground is wet, The plants are set. With a great deal of speed But very little heed, Down in the 'backer patch. For the boys you know, All wish to show, How fast they can set When the ground is wet, Down in the 'backer patch. When the 'backer's a growing. The plowing and hoeing, Give plenty to do, But there's nothing to chew Down in the 'backer patch. This fact I must tell, If my task is done well, When the 'backer worms come, There's working some Down in the 'backer patch To catch a svorm And watch him squirm And spit his juice Before he s let loose, Is fun in the 'backer patch. I'll leave it with you To judge if it's true, But I've heard it, said They would bite off the head Of a worm in the 'backer patch. There's many a lad Who experience has had, In hoeing and chopping In suckerintr and tnnninir Down in the 'backer patch. Men continue to chew And the 'backer worm too; So we fodder the man And kill if we can The worm in the 'backer patch. It's needless to say We welcome the day, When the cutting is done And one by one The sticks leave the 'backer patch. We say good-by- e For the 'backer will dry The worm will die And the farmer will sigh For joy over the 'backer patch. Harvey M. Estes. I We Write Anv Kind of IftIS U Ft A : Office at National Bank. BEA2LEY Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, COLLIER Ky. Phone 27. r rt-.- i BE e -- Notice! Poullry Raisers 5& 4. 11-4- 4 CURES i. r n t. ?gS& r Lnuiera, uoues, LinurcrutXii, turns, Lanier, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry X"oiS. Hosrr i!i c 5ife J Miss Katie Biyant, Ban&own, Ky.. mtk "I hrn Bird RPJ5 ant an ' " ot poultry remedy made. Itcuressapcjandlimrjerne k vnthout fa J. cropped down the LSlot WillCoonies.Banlitown.Ky.. urn "One drp of Recipe chicltn kill the worm and leheres the chick innantiy. Itii the of eyectnre 1 hae ctm cmc. Mfg. and Guaranty d by J. Rett. Crume, Bardslcwn, Ky. Price 20c at all k1 bt acSr3 Drubis. SOLO BY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 8 More ilian 40 years tiie tandard of Excellence t il THC FORMULA IS Ort EVERY PRINTCO CAN AND SPEAKS fOH ITSELF. Peaslee-GaulbertCo- Guaranteed for its Absolute Purity. EVERY gallon of MASTIC PAINT is backed by the name of its makers. Louisville. Ky.,and ., Mastic - "Ghe Kind That Lasts" &.m ASK your neighbors, who painted their property with this excellent paint they mil tell you that it covers more surface, lasts longer, and therefore is more economical, than any other paint It keeps your house bright and attractive. PR.EE 45 color combinations. BE SURE k or beautifully illustrated book, " Homes and How to Paint Them," also color card of TO USE MASTIC PAINT It Tayj and Taints 3ejt R. E. McRoberts & Son. C.C.&J.E.Stormes Lancaster, Ky. PREACH EKSV1LLK. Miss Katherine Melvin has been a guest of Mrs. J. M. Cress. Mrs. Ona Naylor is up again after a tough time with measles. Mr. Quincy Naylor a bunch of $7.10 per cwt. eetfiatfointt J. H. Thompson bought of Mr. fat hogs at Hpi3 patented Joint has THAT the whole business of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at e these joints, a stave two-piec- Mr. J. M. Cress and family attended the burial of Mr. George Baker at Mt. Vernon Saturdav. Miss Willie Belle Holtzclaw, of Stanford, visited her sister, Mrs. D. M. Anderson last week. Mr. D. M. Anderson bought of Mr. Geoffrey Blankenship, a sow and 8 pigs two months old, for ?39. ffi IIIHAr is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of wliat it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. air. ana Mrs. uurcn Hester ot near Stanford, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs D. M. Anderson Sunday. Little Miss Lucy Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson, suf fered a bad fall from a buggy. Rev. E. B. English pastor of the Baptist church will preach here Satur day P. M. Sunday and at night. Mrs. J. J. Thompson, and little daugh ter, Miss Lucile are visiting her father Mr. II. H. Baker at Mt Vernon. Mr. Logan Thompson and niece, Miss Iva Thompson went to Mt Vernon, Saturday for the burial of Mr George Baker. Mr. Samuel Payne, young son of Mr. j. a. rayne, trie DiacKsmith, caught a 19 pound blue cat at the Colson pond. The fish was a fine one. Messrs Speaks and Burton, of Highland, who are expert saw mill men, are sawing a big lot of lumber for Mr. W. P. Grimes, of Stanford on his farm here, Mr. F. F. Cummins and wife, daugh ters Alhe May and Eliza and Uncle John Anderson, arrived the first of the week trom iussimee Fla., to visit friends and ralatives here. Mr. Cum mins will return to Florida in two weeks the rest of the family will spend the summer here. Rev. Wm. McC. Hutchins, of the Harmony section, will preach the me morial sermon at Ephesus church 3 mil eS"south of Crab Orchard, next Sunday May 25th. Other good speakers will be on hand and the decoration service will be observed. Everybody will bring a basket of dinner. Mr. Menefee Elmore is building a - SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medithree 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 is 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 cal discovery of ' mEiiw LWSTHOFmiSH-- J w ,(i . m s-- z ii i ' st. "JUST FOR THE FUM OF IT" DECIDE YOURSELF The Opportunity Is Here, Backed By W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Lancaster Testimony. Stanford, Kentucky. r5 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CENCiRINATg AI?D Sunday, May 25th. jEiyRPJ 1913. JL5555 Round $1 MPTl J iJhfrflfl'Qif tiffin Round JAiUA,M B WB Trip M .solBBki .30 81 SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNGTBOR2 CSTY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. LANCASTER COLORED Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's statement. 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, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity, as they are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without a supply in the house foryears. Whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses bring me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble, The kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakeable evidence of disordered kidneys. At that time it was my good fortune ot hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I began using them. In a short time my kidneys were normal." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-MilbuCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Dean's and take no other. rn R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and 1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. Try making an oak or mahogany effect on your old chairs and table. You will be tickled beyond belief with t!ie results. HANNA'S LUSTRO-Fir:.S- H CHANGES OLD THINGS INTO NEW So Simple for Sq Inexpensive 8ALE BY CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. "Pittsinirgh Perfect" Wemm .v coll c r?r p. . c- AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary out in the Colson pond which he owns. Since some fine fish have been caught, a fishing club has been organized and The undersigned hereby give warn the payment of one dollar entitles, any ing to all persons not to trespass upon member or his entire family to fishing our lands for any purpose whatever as privileges during the year. With a we will prosecute all offenders to ful- good brass band and a few other extras lest extent of the law. Hunters and. our country boys can enjoy themselves Fishermen especially take notice. at home for Coney Island wont be in it when the outfit gets in good running . K bmc. order- - Members joining daily. POSTED boat house, bath house and restaurant you because it is construct':J v. khoat us.ns Should. "r-'- i a'jU-i- - - . ;. e only Ths fence with Electrically v.V.. .Joints, is extra wire to make the a frbric of u; icqualed strength. e?:tra weight of the joints in all wrapped clampedjiwistcdor tied fences supplies no durability and economy, becauss we extra strength, but actually weakens these eliminate the expense cl" extra wire, and fences by persistently dragging down tho put 'this money into extra quality. Made in Different StTIe. for FIELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. ?-- .,. &nA rl Lc-rh h 1'ric's no v..en you buy "Pitts 'founkem" i.boc t vefch; fer.ce-joim- s. - . -- .:.:" me one-pie- ce CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBrT YARD and GARDEN Aslc your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. If you are interetted in Wire Fencing, writo for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 '"J f!l1Vf "Pittibursh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire; Bright, Annealed & Galranized Wire; Twiated Cable Wire: Hard Sprinc Coil Wira; Fence Staples; Poultry Netting Staples ; Regular Wire Head Naib; Cahranized Wire Naib; Large "Pitta-burgh Roofing Nail: Single Loop Bale Tie j Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Hearth material. TTKI- - Wws..NM'? BBff Pittsburgh Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania IfeSWI ;?&HV n k The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 1913, IV) Page 7 VI i nrrt-r-yr- te fa- nrn PwwiBMBiMBKJBiPMggMlWiBfl3BJMC10&BBMKMSB8M3wjJ3P3 MMMBWMlBPMWMWMMMBIEBBWLMMMiMiHKfcBEtMMEBMiMMlMMWWMiMMMKaBWggMBljjflijMfcjfl- - (grMM , 1 1 Any SUIT or COAT in our house can be bought at I I ft X Skirts at rediculously low prices. :3E&, E C I I ro 1 1 1 I I f frt The TAQ"IPDTT Tlr T7ITHi nu a I W? jrrnoif "! J Jl JLJ m mmjMm a. ib Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. YXJJVJLJ. k v k A TVTPTnf"?" -n :- - h The House Of Quality. JLJL saJsJ k Tn i ill. 22SSSSSSSSSS2S'S We are selling out our & p . i guests last week of thoir parents Mr. R. Graham Price of Danville was hero Mr. Joo McCormick of Hemlersomille. Card Of Thanks. and Mrs. W. M. Smith at Point Leavell. last week mingling with fi lends. N. C. came in Tuesday and is stopping We desire to express our appreciation Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of T. K. Watson is in Kansas City to with his mother on Danville Avenue. He is accompanied by Mr. Mack Rhodes and thanks for the many acts of KindNicholasville were here Sunday visiting see his brother who is critically ill. also of Hti uer?onvilie. ness ami words of sj mathy shown by Air. and Mrs. Henly V. Bastin. Mr. and Mis. H. Clay Sutton weie our friends aiid neighbors, during th Misses Angle Mrs John Simpson of Marksbury who visitors the past week in Lexington. Kinnaird, Edna A Brief Mention of the Comings and Kavanaugh and Margate. Morrow will illness and since the death of our dear has been a sufferer for two years from Miss Bessie Wilkerson was a visitor be Goings Ly Those Vt Are Interested In. at home Sunday from Indianapolis mother Mrs. Su?an Ann Lear, ami rheumatism is now critically ill. in Lexington and Nicholasville Monday. V0MSVBfiSi!3K2ZSS33Ej where they have held positions in one shall ever be grateful to you for it. Mr. John McRoberts came bvcr from The Children. Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford visit- of the D. D. Institutes. Miss Nancy Gootlloe is in Danville his school in Lexingtou Friday and ing her daughter Mrs Bohon Campbell. Dr. Viigil Gibney Kinnaird will gradremained over Sunday with his parents. and 28cts. visiting relatives. American and Anthony Wire Fence at uate at the Jefferson Medical College Misses Iney Coleman and El!a Tomp- - ' Mesdames J. A. Amon and W. R. YOU'll, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN'. Miss Margaret O'Hearn is in RichBastin were visitors in Danville Thurs- on June 23rd- - He has been tendered a son have returned to their home in day. John Deere Cultivator, the best Cultivator made. mond visiting friends. position in the Pol clinic department to Danville after a visit to Miss Hallie Mrs. H. Ciay Sutton was in Danville take effect next February. Miss Mamye Dickerson of Richmond Brown. Tor cement. coal, sand ami rock. last week with her sister Mrs Louis is the guest of Miss Bessie Brown. Mrs. A. F. Sanders and daughter Mr. James P. Prather and daughters Garrard Milling Co. Landram. Stella and Master Acey Acton. leave f Mrs. Roy Williams and li'tle son have Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather are Sunday for Chattanooga to visit Dr. Mis. Emma Higginbotham Furnished boarding house for rent. at home returned to their home in Bloomington in Richmond visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm ' from a visit to her sister Mrs. West of and Mrs. Purslev who will return home Mrs. Halhe 15. Sweeney Brvantsville. Sebastian. III. i with them after a few weeks stay in ZH Stanford. Mrs. Walter Beazley and little son of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price of Stanford the Southern citv. Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, limu Miss Nannie B. Herring is in Stanwere guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Los Angeles California are expected Garrard Milling Co. Mis Letty May McRoberts wilt leave and brick. ford the guest of her brother Mr. Win- soon for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. James Ed Price. aB Sunday to visit her school mate Miss fre, Duncan. A. Beazlev. t You want to put that walk in out of Mrs. W. L. Cotton and children of) Margaret Bu'lett at Big Stone Gap. the best material dont you? Then buy Mrs. Eliza Ogg and daughter of Paint Later on she will Winchester are with Mrs. John Ross Vacation-tim- e, Mr. Clinton B. Bastin and wife have when tne visit friends in Lynch- from K Lick were recent guests of Mrs. George burg the Garrard .Milling Co. for a visit. and will gj to New York where arrived from Millersburg Ky. and .CV-r- f7 s!-- j. X sCTI TW will ho mnro nliil.Iran M. Patterson. -- "'""" she sails for Eurone. Clinton has accepted the position of ?t 3V ItH Miss Anna Lcc Woolfolk, of LexingLisien. ri- -i s, Miss Margaret Walker left Tuesday storing up ton, is here for a visit to Miss Mamye book keeper at the ice plant. Relatives have received lnvitatiows We have a one hor-- wagon for safe; Lee Ballaid. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hall and Miss for Lebanon where she was called to to the Commoncemenc exercise of the "w. heallli for next Fall and Garrard Milling Co. nurse a patient. Somerset High School held in that Miss Kathleen Hanleyof Nicholasville Sallie Cooke Gregory of Winchester Winter, enjoying vaca Sweel Potato Plants. Mrs. J. R. Mount was the guest of progressive citv on Thursday. was the guest for several days of Miss motored to Lancaster Sunday and were Misi guests of Mr and Mrs. Parker Gregory. relatives in Danville Sunday and Mon- Stella Stone formerly of Lancastarvvas Minnie Brown. I have all varieties and can supnl tions at seashore or in day of this week. a member of the graduating class. your demands from 25 bushels of choice. Mrs. Joe Hogan and Miss Nancy i Dr. J. B. Kinnaird has returned from ' the mountains. They krf AM3 W- rtV&J'r-- E Long of Kirksville were recent visitors the meeting of Railway surgeons in J. Randolph Harris of Stanfoul has, It is very gratifying to the friends of sel- - Can send by parcel post. been visiting his parents Judge and ' Mr. Floyd K. Swope to learn that he Phone 301-- J K. NT. Ison. of Mrs. John Ross. He was for the ninth Louisville. must have a supply of has been offered and has at'CLpted a It. consecutive time elected the secretary Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Brown were For cemnt, coal, sand ami rock at j Miss Mattie Estes left Tuesday for a position with the Phoenix and Third with friends in Mt. Vernon the latter of that body. . the right kind of dresses Garrard Milling Co. visit to friends and relatives in Cincin- National Bank of Lexington. Floyd is tpart of last week. Mr. R. E. Hughes and family were a splendid young man and we predict to wear on such occasions, and we are prepared with a nati and Portsmouth Ohio. Residence on Richmond street for rent, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left Sunday down from Louisville Saturday and for him a successful future. large variety of stylish suits for the little girls. They are immediate possession. Mr. James Y. Currey of Louisville is for a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Sunday for a visit to the families of Mrs. J. C. Robinson will entertain their parents Judge M. D. Hughe3 and ' visitintr at the home of his brother. and other Ohio cities. Parker Gregory. well made, pretty, durable and reasonable in price. all the members of the Womans club Mr. John W. Miller. Theo Currey on Richmond Ave. George Y. Conn ot Los Angeles Cal. Plants, Plants, Plants,. at her home on Lexington A enue FriMiss Johnnetta Farra has measles R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Elsie Zimmer left Sunday for a is home for a several months visit to day afternoon. The occasion being the Variety Tomato and Sweet Potato few days visit to her uncle and aunt but her many friends will be glad to last meeting of the music department friends and relatives. 11 1 1,,M Plants, for .sale. Phon? 212. II 1. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Renner in Cincinnati. know that she is recovering rapidly. to be held this session. Xo imitations Reverend Rensdell of Louisville filled She Mrs. George Smith, Sr. was acompanied by her little Mrs. N. Miller accompanied her are being iasued, but all members are the pulpit at the Baptist church Suncousin Master William Theodore Renner, mother Mrs. Joseph Hinternish to liar expected and cordially invited to be Wanfcd. day morning and night. wno will De met mere by his father home in Covington Sunday for a short present. An industrious man to represent otic-oMiss Flora E. Smith and Mrs. W. H. who will take him to his home in visit. Mrs. II. A. U. Marksbury, of Lancasthe most extensive manufacturers of McDonald of Barboursville wore the Michigan. n m -a I Ws Miss Elizabeth Ford who has been a ter, is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Home j Remedies, Simccs. Extracts. student the year at Sayre Institute Louis Landram. ... Mrs. John II. Sohix. Toilet Articles. Perfnmo StrwTr Lexington will be at home this week Mount, of Lancaster is isiting her Poultry Preparations in Garrard or for the vacation. sister, Mrs. V. Logan Wood Col. adjoining Counties. Representativo m T. B. Robinson and wife, of Gairard, must fumi-.suitable conveyance Little Virginia Forest Sutton has s& i were in the court day crowd here jes- - arge profits and a permanent position. been very sick the past week with terday. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Address '"he American Remedv Co.. W measles, but we are glad to say she i3 Frisbie, SERVICE. of Lancaster, have been recent Tillin. O, slowly improving. Ml guests of Danville relatives Mrs. Notice Of Change Of Road. Messrs Ben Sipple, D. F. Sebastin, Mattie P. Frisbie, of Lancaster, is Watt-Lamp- s. We carry in stock 25-40-and Willie Brown of Berea were here visiting her brother, Mr. W. C. Price., Notice i hereby ghen that there last Friday and Saturday taking and family Hon.G. B. Swinebroad will be a petition filed in the Garrard teachers examination. rnd wife, of Lancaster, were in Dan- - Countv Court on the fnnr?, ; Mr. Curt A Robin- - May 1913 asking for a change Mrs. J. Harve McRoberts and Vllle yesterday of road daughter Miss Annie Davis McRoberts and w,fe' of Lhncater. were in Dan- - 0f the county road beginning at the old toll gate house on the Lexington of Stanford were guests on Thursday of Vllle ye3terday- - Danville Messenger. & pike near the place where J. W. Poor Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. The Mazda Lamp can save you Head Aches Forgotten. ii cu uuriii ins me anu terminates on Reverend Horlan of Lexington will money, besides you will enjoy the Eyestrain headaches relieved, Byrn's the Buena Vista or Ilarrod'burg pike preach at Pleasant Grove church Sun From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: fitting, near a sma" oak on Ruble's corner. day morning and night. Everybody is scientific system of comfort of a bright light. does the woik. Office over Stormes The change proposed to be made Beging most cordially invited. An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made at or near White Oak creek near G. II Drug Store May with each of three different kinds of baking powder Ruble's gate and leaves the old road and The following Drs' were in Stanford NOTICE. cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted creek and runs through the lands of Tuesday for a meeting of the medical society, J. A. Amon, James B. Kinseparately to the action of the digestive fluid, each Notice is hereby given that R. D. Gate Wood Pryor and A. H. Rubles naird and W. M. Elliott. S McMurtry, Henry Williams, . C. Ogg, along the line or near the line between for the same length of time. Mrs. Osee Huffman and Mrs. Theodore Calvin Blakeman and G. M. Treadway, their said Farms and takes the road The relative percentage of the food digested is pf White Oak creek. This May Cowherd of Louisville, motored to this rvn0'are Iand owncr3 and reside and cut shown as follows: ' 10 1013. Cleveland Bourne. city Saturday and were the guests of own Iand in Garrard County Kentucky, wil1 Petition the Garrard County Court relatives for a few days. &tfa&i&&i&tfii&Kns&i& Bread made with at its regular May term, to be held on Mrs. J. G. Carpenter of Stan- May the 2Cth 1313, to change Royal Cream of Tartar Powder: the pubford will be with Miss Rella Arnold lic road in road District C3 in Garrard next week for the C. W. B. M. and County Ky., running from Buena Vista 100 Per Cent Digested Sunday School Convention. and Pollv Bend Turnpike into Polly's Junction City to ChattaJudge Lewis L. Walker, Mrs. Walker Bend so that said road when changed nooga, Tenn. Bread made with and L. Clay Kauffman were in Louis- will run from the end of the said Turnphosphate powder: ville this week for the graduation of pike through the land of Bcttie Green and return via and Eason Heirs, and also the lands of Horace Walker at the Law school. Per Cent Digested! QUEEN CRESCENT to your house and inj Mrs. Roy Williams and Jennie Lane,1 una:. iua i uns wuu iieiu a pusiuun as an(j COminr back into the old road at ROUTE. Bread made with millinery trimmer in Jackson the past the latter's place near the latter's barn crease its appearance season is expected in a few days for a and to leave open a portion of the old I Special alum powder: Fare Accorded For visit to her sister Mrs. Davis Prather. road that runs to Mrs. John Lane's and comfort fifty per Per Cent. Digested 67 Annual Reunion Miss Mary Arnold will leave soon for place and will also ask for the appoint cent. You can easily a visit to relatives iu Vinrennes Ind. ment of viewers and for all necessary United Confederate Veter She will go to be present at the marri- orders to obtain the changr in the said These tests, which are absolutely reliable and ans. do it without much expence. Our mill work will provide road. age of her cousin Miss Stella Fish. unprejudiced, make plain fact of great importance Tickets on sale May 24, 25, 2G, 27, 2S The undersigned is road supervisor of Miss Sallie Elkin will give a receptto everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream of the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything needed Garrard County Ky and as such acting and for trains scheduled to reach Chat ion Monday afternoon for the visitors entirely digestartar Baking Powder, is shown as county road engineer. Said notice tanooga before noon May 29. Any body can put them together. except a few nails. and delegates who will be here for the tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found Return, limit, June 5th, 1913. Sunday School Con- being given pursuant to the 1912 Acts C. W. B. M. and of the General Assembly of Kentucky Extension of final limit to June 25th, to largely retard the digestion of the food made from vention. Chapter 110 Section 16 re lating to 1913, upon deposit of ticket and paythem. Mis3 Margaret Elkin Hughes the roads, and approved March the 18th ment of fee of 50c. Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it attractive little daughter of Mr. and 1912. Given under my hand this 13th Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, is the source of very many bodily ailments. Mrs. R. E. Hughes of Louisville is the day of May 1913. Queen & Crescent Route, for full inguest of Miss Gladys Frisbie on Rich-- , Cleveland Bourne, .Road Supervisor. formation. mond Avenue. 2t. W. A. Beckler.G. P. A. Cincinnati.O Buggy Stock at COST 30 Gossip About copied n Two Walking Cultivators at' Ten Dollars Each. MOUNT, SON ID! & J. CO: H j t-- I i- nzi L, nr lay Tims , out-door- mf fi'A t. '-- 1J' ' e ItotfirMiy .r Wk fM u I -f L. a ianona Si ' j THE QUALITY LAMP. 60 w Comparative h 8 1 Prices 40, 50, and 70cts Digestibility of Food l,u (t IJJFU I Made with different Baking Powders eye-gla- ss 1 La ncastsr Electric Light Co. 1 mM rsstiRjtiStiSsj Build a fiand $4.60 5 some Porch m 3Pljn jfs 684 a tobe Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. - - I Page 8 The Central Record, Friday, May 23, 1913. 3G r. The New Better . niinnririF 3ME 0 111 ir if Va1u BU! is just asking you to be neighborly. Do not throw your friends down for strangers. If for any reason they do not treat you right, try your neighbor and come to us as we are the leaders in Kentucky when it conies to House Furnighirigs. We have 5 big stores and can supply your wants at a less figure than our competitors. It will pay you to come our way and look. All goods delivered within a radious of 50 miles of our store FREE. A. F. WHEELER FURNITU 0 224 EAST DG AtAIIN STREET. 3E ! IE 3E 3E DG nririri :HJF.F.G DAINVILUE, KENTUCKY. CO. CARDS. A. M. BOURNE the bunch of green material where the Still Another Applicant For Wiseman's To The Public. little chicks can pull off the leaves. Owing to the prevalence of contagToo much green feed will cause scours, Shoes. FARMER'S COLUfflNI ious and infectious diseases among the but some of it is needed. A dark horse has just been uncover horses and mules of this and adjoining The earthworm serves as a ho3t for 0OQOOQOQH)4C t0OO0OOHKKMOOC'OOi ed in the scramble for the Internal counties, I am compelled to notify my the gape worm. Therefore chicks can-ntW" TrW rfpace below this beading Is rot the excla-lv- e for 560. that are allowed to roam over infected Revenue Collectorship for the Eighth friends that on next court day I TZAes&SP VrTfkr District, in the veteran Democratic allow those who have been accustomed use of oar farmer subscribers, and is for ground will contract gapes. By keepleader of Madison county. the sale of stock, grain and such things on Judge to do so to hitch or feed in my stable. The fine chesnut show mare, Nancy ing our young chicks on ground that Smith has been quietly prosecuting his I am forced to this step because of the farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Peavine, by Rex Peavine, owned by has not become infected, we have campaign for the appointment, and it fact that I have valuable horses which never had a case of gapes at this Sta- lines, and will be ouly in two issues of the iur. IV ens lewuicy, Ul J. cu y vine, j,ag is said, and if the matter gets into a I can not risk exposing to disease, and zcord, free of charge j been sent to the court of Bohemian j "on When the chicks are w5th the hen tangle is regarded as a strong compro- I will treat all alike, will neither hitch Good Service. Prices Right. good horses for sale, young King. With the exception of the great I have two mise probability. Please do I Judge Smith, ac- or feed horses for anyone. Edna Mae this mare has perpaps won we provide a warm nesting box TX .T Phone 354-and gentle. Walton Moss. linn cording to reports, is pinning his faith not ask it. W. B. Burton. premiums than any other daughter ;arated from the remainder of the in W. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. J. Bryan, who is his close friend, : flock. If we are broodinir the birds : i sow with five pigs. - n... r For Sale: A NINA. ..... t.,: . . j . un.lpr a heatpd hnvpr wo nr wrv rnr. having been the only Democratic elec iL- r.. Harrison Ray, Buckeye, Ky. ful to keeP l.ne at 103 de tor chosen in Kentucky 'jn 1896, and Missouri by Mr. Mat Cohen. D. grees . wnne tne cmcKs are young. casting Kentucky's lone vote for the Mrs. W. T. Watson is on the sick 1 i Desirable residence for rent. Apply If the young birds become chilled they Nebraskan. Louisville Times. g GOING AFTER THE C. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. this week. to J. list (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Rearing Of Good Chicks. will be weakened. Any deformed or Miss Beatrice Watson of Brodhead is I I weak chicks are killed during the first A Deplorable Condition Existing Among F. G. Hurt sold a black pony to Jno The death rate among young chicks visiting relatives at this place. L. Uozier for $110. in this state is very high. A large per- twelve hours of their lives. It is not a The Horses Of The County. $' Rev. Morgan filled his regular' B You need something to clean bd 'good practice to take weak chicks a U lii,ife J v;it centage of this loss is due to mismanOffice at Rainey s Livery Stable. appointment at Bethel Saturday night, y aeres of grass land, agement. At the Experiment Station from the incubator and allow them to for RENT:-SixtWe have refrained from making any -- -- Lancaster. ear Pondtown, or will take cattle to we have had splendid success in raising ran with their stronger mates, because mention of the state of affairs exist- Sunday and Sunday night. Kentucky A- - F. Sanders. graze. Mrs. Joe Ross and daughter Cora are they will contract diseases and infect ing among the live stock of the town young chicks. m will do the work. e and county, feeling that we might do guests of the formers daughter, Mr3. The vitality of the young birds de- the entire flock. A garage and stable to rent; apply to 3 U pends very largely on the vigor of the ' If there are no trees in the yard an injustice to some one, and hoping Mary Temple at Cincinnati. DEPENDABLE Mrs. J. W. Grant, Richmond Street. N Richard Kelly has accepted a lucrative S Who So Ever Will. birds that lay the eggs. We have where we put the young birds, we pro- -' that the matter might improve, but found that we get the best results vide shade by making an awning out of this seems to be rather the contrary, position at Tazewell Va. He writes I I Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT For Sale: Two good milk cows, fresh , INEXPENSIVE urconun cioin. ouwiowers and we believe that in justice toeverv- - that he is much pleased with the place. from eggs that are produced j. tt.t j ieeu and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. and good milkers. EASY TO USE time in the snnnt- - when the flock is a,so make a good shade. If the young one, however much we regret to make Joe Simpson of Oklahoma and Doc G. A. Swinebroad. The Old Reliable Barber. 9 We hare a special hook- 2 allowed considerable range on grass Dlras wnen tniy are a montn ola ca" mention of the deplorable facts, that Simpson of Buckeye visited their many I let on diseases of Poul- g run '" a cultivated field, it gives them we should endeavor to chronicle the friends at this place Saturday and X try. Call or write for one. HENRV DUNCAN carpet, Chairs, and other green crops. During the exerci3e for and furnishes considerable facts as they actually exist. A very beds, and other household and kitchen winter it is a common practice among malignant form of Influenza, or such 1 furniture. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant. Tmnlt?niflTi fn hnnoa tVioi," hl.1a noalir iced. REMcROBERTS At this time fertility and vitality are By following these methods we have seems to be generally accepted as the BDENA VISTA & Son, Lancaster, Ky 30 acres good grass for rent Dlenty very low, while later when the birds had a splendid success in the rearing disease, exists among the horses of E iJrTsspSVf of young birds. in-- , the town and to some extent in the water on Henderson and Doty Lane, get out of doors, these qualities U 117) I rt J. J. Hooper, Professor of Animal county. Mr. J. T. Raney, the popular Mr John M G. M Green Lancaster Ky. R. No 1. crease. Lane is dangerously ill at liveryman, is the most severe sufferer this We have found that, in comparison Husbandry, College of Agriculture. writing. ' Raney's stable and with the incubator and brooder, the from the scourge, he having lost three ,Mr. Sharp Ransdell of Bohon visited B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician the Ball Park or on the Ball Park, a hen can very satisfactorily hatch the very fine animals, including his handGlasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. relatives here last week. ladies gold watch, Elgin movement, eggs and care for the chicks. We some stallion, and which will entail a and long gold neck chain. Return to make the nests out of hay or some News Of The Churches. loss upon him of thousands of dollars, Mrs. Bessie Ison of Cincinnati is the Record office and receive reward. the loss is augmented because of the guest of S. N. Ison and family. material that is in texture. Straw is fact that he has been compelled to Mr. T. M. Scott and family spent rather coarse and allows the heat of Capt. Am. Bourne sold on the streets the broody hen to escape, while the Rev. J. W. Beagle of Covington, Ky. close his stable to the public, and he Sunday with Mr Thos BrunerjpJLJessa- here Saturday afternoon, a sow and six will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church also loses the prospective season of his mine. pigs belonging to Bristow Bruce, for hay holds the heat in the nest. Physician and Surgeon. horse and jack. Mr. Burton has also When the chicks are hatched we Sunday morning and evening. Miss Myrtle Ruble visited Mrs. J. A. $40. J. H. Dalton being the purchaser. been compelled to close the doors of Sanders at Hiatsville the first of the keep them in the incubator, or allow LANCASTER, KY. At the Methodist Church in this city his barn to the general public, as also week. LOST:BIack and tan spotted, white them to stay with the mother 12 hours Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220, hound, bitch, one eye missing and bob before feeding anything. Then we Sunday night, five were received into have Messrs Herndon & Walker. The Rev. Godbey of Nicholasville filled its membership and one at the prayer i two latter stables take this step tailed. Left my place last Sunday feed a fine chick grit and supply luke his appointment at Browns Chapel night. Reward for her return. warm water. The next day we givo meeting service on Tuesday night. in order to protect their own stock Sunday. Office Honrs Office over ' from becoming infected by associating the first feed of fine cracked chick Towles T. Walker. a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes" Drug 3tor Mr. and Mrs Jas Caldwell of Dayton, Bright Future For New Church. with stock which may have been exR. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster Ky. feed. Rolled oats are valuable, but we 0., are visiting Mrs Nannie Jennings have had splendid results from feeding Ren. F. M. Tinder returned to day posed to the disease. and family. ' Mr. L. K. Rogers of Danville is nothing but chick feed and grit for from Burnside where he has been Among the losers are Mr. 3.TC. handling a yearling colt owned by Mrs. the Mrs John Greena of Lexington and first week. At the end of ten conducting a meeting that resulted in Beazley a fine hearse horse, Rev. F. DENTIST. Richard Tasker Lowndes and whose days we feed finely M. Tinder a nice mare, Mrs. Respas3 a Air u. &. L.ane or JMicholasvilIe are at powdered "grow j 45 additions to the church. a Phone 65. dam is the noted Edna Mae that has Lancaster, Ky. feed" which has in it beef scrap, fish I While there he successfully organized ,pony and many others. Our local the bedside of their brother Mr John developed wonderful speed and action. scrap, wheat M. Lane. shorts and some other a new church, Bible school and C. W. Veterinarians are busy day and night The colt is by Kentucky's Choice. Miss Florence Christopher who has ingredients. The young birds are very B. M. and predicts a bright future for doing every thing that is possible to A few fine gilts for sale, heavy with, abate the spreading of the malady and been teaching in the Burgin Graded Dr. J. H. Bowen, of the University fond of this and it makes them grow the new organization. I it 13 hopet that their efforts may prove School the past year is spending part Dig. of Missouri, is shipping his Rex Mc- rapidly. We also sprinkle powdered of her vacation with relatives here. Communion Services. successful, however, the situation at Donald mare, Louise Mac 5447, to charcoal in the feed once a day. Clean F. Robinson, Lancaster. All Work Guaranteed. Glenworth Farms to be mated to water is supplied in a sanitary foun- There will be communion services at present is anything but encouraging, Bohemian King. Louise Mac is out of tain. The water is changed several ' the McKendrie charch next Sunday and and we would advise everyone to exerPAINT LICK. Paint Lick, Black Bess, by Rosewood, and the times a day, as the chicks require a all members should be present. cise every precaution as to food, quarKentucky. very large quantity of water. When Quarterly meeting ters and to prevent their stock from cross is considered very desirable. at this church Wed- being exposed to the disease, Mr. R. W. Estridge leaves next week the chicks are about two weeks old we and in W. E. Arnold the G. B. Swinebroad bought of J, P. pull a handful of green clover, tie the nesday night. Phone Offiro TTnnra J i8 10 li a. m. Presiding Elder, will be present and the event they become sick, obtain the for the south where he expects to visit 229. Ballard, 49 ewes with 51 lambs, at $6.25 stems together with a string and hang services of a Veterinary as quickly as his aunt. preach the sermon appropriate to the possible. Mrs. Mettie Sanduskey of Jessamine headache, biliousness, inoccasion. M. Denny anfl. . A. Wteler is the guest of her sisters Mrs. Robt. digestion, rheumatism, Guyn and Miss Maggie Sennick. What's In a Name? Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stale University News. pimples, blotches, yellow "Eve, the eldest, was called Eve After several waeks stay with Office: Stormes Building ovei Hurt Andercomplexion, etc., are all on purpose that she might feel human, (C. B. w.) son's Furniture Store. relatives here Mrs Jennie Baker has signs of poisons in your Last week was a great week for the and not compelled to wear a halo, like returned to her home in Gallopis Ohio. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY the people called Marie." Eve, by high schonls of Kentucky. blood. These poisons Maarten Maartens. BMesdames A. B. Wynn and H. L. ror the hrst time in the history of should be driven out, or Wallace attended the W. C. T. TJ. the high schools of Ky, they had a rare serious illness may result district convention at Hustonsville last treat in the atmosphere of declaiming. week. To get rid of them, use LIVE STOCK MARKET. Thirteen of the enthusiastic high Mrs. Fergurson of Mt. Vernon has E5 schools sent twenty two contestants to CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, returned to her home after ecveral State University Friday May 16 to May 21 ( Buy a Farm, Cattle Hogs Sheep days visit to daughter Mrs. W. D. compete with the other high schools in CATTLE: Shippers IF YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm, $7258 00 Hammock. her ( Sell at Auction b O08 15 this new contest. The winner received Batcher steers extra 7 60 7 85 I will give you A sermon of unusual excellence was a gold medal this was taken by Louis- Good to choice prices on Common to fair.i 5 25(5 7 15 50 Choice Farms. preached in the Methodist church on ville male. The second best speaker Fleifers. extra Black-Draugh8 00 8 15 ti See He or Touch tie Lire Wire. received a silver medal this was cap- Good to choice 7 50 7 so Sunday Rev. Mr. Hunt, a son of the 5 25 7 as Mr. Hunt who once held a pastorate tured by Lawrenceburg High school. Common to fair Under the Management of extra e 8S 2tf. T. KING, 65 here. Friday afternoon the annual track Cows, to the old, reliable, purely Good choice 5 75 c u Phone 339-meet of the high schools was held on Common tolalr The successful dandidates from this - 4 2S5 6fi vegetable, liver medicine. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Field State University. State s 004 25 school at the recent County examination This Canners was a fine meet many high schools were Balls, balognas 757 7i were: Lena Kinnard, Jessie Parks, Mrs. J. H. Easier, of 7 85 800 f. represented and a large number of Extra Sadie Ralston, Hettie Spratt, Morris Fat balls 7 7 50 Spartanburg, S. C, says: them won first places in several entries. and Logan West, the first g 50 Todd, CALVES: extra " I had sick headache, for Fair to At Crab Orchard, Ky. X This tract meet as well as the declam- - Commongood large.. 7M25 mentioned passing with honors. years. I felt bad most of and 6 50 9 00 itory contest works as great stimulus The P. L. H. S. boys went over to RICHMOND. KY. the time, I tried Thed-for- d'c 9ft I to the high schools. Prof Wearen who HOGS : good packers and batchers 8 65 8 70 Kirksville on Saturday and with the Black-DraugMixed packers . wM 8 55 8 65 and A Training worked faithfully to get up this new Stags 4 60 75 utmost good nature accepted the small now I feel better than School for T.ii-li.declamatory contest, was very much Common to choice heavy fat sows. 6 50 7 85 end of a Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Habits safely and score. Even at IC.nmlMjlut.XInMiurT. when I was 16 years old." Light shippers 8 25 8 70 pleased and hopes to have more high I.tnawdauud Xjfc But. Cif that, It was to be noticed that the visitUSravM. rmbllc Your druggist sells it, in Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 5 00 8 25 IsssHW'' dcuw. .i Y.1U la all spwul schools represented next year. 'H ...nciy. Kawiaw speedily cured. Good board, pleasant suf A SHEEP: extra 6 50 ing team had most of the rooters on wiuk 25 cent packages. Coarse. Tallica Prr to Ap. Tuesday May 20 the Ereshman and Good to choice 4 75 5 15 their side. There was nothing doing in BoUtc. TmtlM.lMii. rftorin.Bew nodal mImoI. newMaaaaltnialafrbaitJlac. Sophomore class had their first annual Common to fair 4 254 65 the home run business for Paint Lick roundings, good attention and Speedy Cures. a wellfiatpped lwart!ehooI,dTrtineIitorarlltar, Term Insist on Thedford's - Ufa rTmauiun. 7 35 Pomni Setbrflat debate subject "That a Minimum LAMjSS; extra Bomb-she- ll dynamited the path Second Trrm Ksfmbrtli Thirl Term January Good tocbolce ... a 75 7 15 until ST. reartk Tmn April T, Hammer School pa Ja It, Wage Scale Should Be Operated by Then three others found CaUlorao Tree, Common to fair 4 75G34 65 from third. Law In the U. S." J. G. CRAB BE, President. Wool lambs 6 00 8 CO the way. a head for the ewes with the lambs thrown in. From same party 9 heed of heifers and cows at $35 a round and some butcher stuff of Ballard and Thompson for 6 cents. Mr. Swinebroad sold a cow and calf to Wilson Alexander ot .- fNlJ leak full Auctioneer. sep-mo- re ,.... 1 iml'Mili'J Or. Wm. i Pryor, LICE. SURE Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COMEI COMEI suL-hs- , I SALE:-Brusse- ls I I I sTS9ssk n LOST.-.Betwee- I ( WffSRPi W. M. ELLIOTT, ( I B. IF. H. "Walteb j I J. J. PATRICK, Dentist. I I i. MALARIA Jlr.ol-7to9p.- m3 I KENTUCKY KEELY INSTITUTE Bedford's Real Estate and Auctioneer. rock-botto- .- DR. R. L. WILLIS. i x .. IPP ht, t) four-fourte- - ufili r. I " ! ;ooooooooooooooooooooox A v T rf V 'A