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NUMBER 8. 2 n 52K&SS33S33&3SS3E&332SS3K&33 "Starve the fly." Rain, bountiful and welcome. Excurjion to Cincinnati next Sunday. Everything growing, even the weeds. Record Foreman To Build Home. slrl.iEiTiUprgJajriirijg. 'rrMlrWMiarirgfEfrnriiifi WATCH j Today, Friday May 30th is Decoration Day. An abundant crop of peaches seems a certainty. Whitewashing is cheap, sightly and healthy, try it. Some farmers have finished "plowing THIS over" their corn. Many farmers took advantage of the splendid "tobacco season". The May term of the Lincoln circuit court began in Stanford Monday. SPACE There is going to be some- Judge John W. Hughes, a clever and Mr. Leonard Miller the capable foreffij man in the Record office has purchased courteous gentleman of Harrodsburg, and who is a prominent candidate for of Postmaster W. T. West a lot adjoining his home on Danville street 60 X the Danville Collectorship was among 224 feet. "Len"wiII erect a neat res- the court day visitors Monday. idence on the lot. To the Democrats of Garrard County in withdrawing from the race for Very Attractive. the democratic nomination for sheriff 01 Lancaster residents are showing of Garrard County. I sincerely desire renewed pride in beautifying their to thank my friends for their proffered homes; handsome and attractive porches support and express my appreciation hi seem to be the latest fad and Mr. Eb. and gratitude for honoring me in the Dickerson is the latest devotee to the past and my most sincere wishes for prevailing fashion. He has erected a the success of the democratic party. very attractive porch to his pretty Yours Truly residence on Water street which lends W. L. Lawson. very much to the already pretty. appearance of his property. Representaives Of U. S. And State ai m w Genuine AND Brown 1 a 1 Brown Manly CULTIVATORS, m In the clothing club being conducted by H. T. Logan, Mr. Samuel B. Jennings Before selecting weddings presents was the first successful member on last see Miss Elkins china at Hurt & Saturday night, and he received a $25.00 suit of clothes for ?1.00. At the store W. Smith, Mr. Sanford held The "hoss disease" and the resultant of J. the lucky number and was presented scare materially decreased the court with a suit of clothes. These clubs are day crowd. attracting considerable attention, and Strawberries, contrary to expecta- will doubtless draw considerable trade tions, have been plentiful and of a su- to the stores of these orogressive merchants. perior quality. improvement to the public square. Let us not lose sight of the promised Suit Of Clothes For $1.00. Department Of Animal Industry Investigate Disease Horses. Among 1 m Si Brinly Leverless CULTIVATORS. Plows. a Don't forget to hear Miss Frank sing, in the audit jrium of the Jo-Ho- rd thing doing down our way. new school building, on June We 17. ib Lancaster, Ky. Live and Let Live Folks &&&BXZ i - hear some talk of the erection of a fraternal building by the various lodges. We hope to see it materialize. Any garbage on your premises? It provides a breeding place for flies, re- move it and disinfect where it occupies space. Building sidewalks about the square inconveniences for awhile, but the benefit to be derived hereafter will more than recompense. J I I II JJon'ttail to hear Geo. W. Bain's lecture at the Court House, vThursday, June 5th. 35cts. for adults and J25cts. for children under 12 years of age. Declamatory Contest. A gold watch will be given I to the successful contestant, in a declamatory contest, to be held at the new school building on Friday evening June 27. This Iate will enable contestants to have the assistance of their teachers. The watch can be seen at Morrow and McRoberts. The contest is open to any school or community desiring to take part. The subject and name of contestant should be given to one of the undersigned at once. J. A. Beazley. M. D. Hughes. 2t Frat Clothing FOR YOUNG MEN. Perfection Knee Suits for Boys FLORSHEIM SHOES and OXFORDS FOR THE MAN WHO CASES Monarch, Arrow and Cluett Shirts for The Man Who Knows J". "B- - STETSON HATS For The Man Who 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, Lancaster, Kentucky. V In response to a letter written to Hon. Harvey Helm on last Friday by County Attorney J. E. Robinson informing him of the disease prevalent among the horses of this and adjoining counties, a representative of the U. S. Department of Animal Industry arrived here on last Monday to investigate the conditions existing, Mr. Helm with the courtesy and expediency for which he is noted took the matter up without light For The Voters. delay, and exerted every influence with- ij See The Bnnly Rastus Tobacco Flow. Mr. J. R. Mount who is making the in his power to assist us in our distress. ts a wonaer. race for the democratic nomination for Dr. A. P. Abbott, a representative the legislature, while he is strictly op- of the Department of Animal Industry, posed to using undue influence upon the accompanied by Dr. Robert Graham, m voters, yet believes that they should State Veterinarian, came here Monday have lots of light by which to choose and spent two days inmakinga thorouh the most acceptable candidate, and is investigation of the existing conditions. presenting to each one with whom he TLe result of their efforts was to comes in contact a small box of safety pronounce the malady as Catarrhal matches, which will not only enable Fever in a very malignant form; the them to see the light, but will be a con- disease according to these gentlemen stant reminder that the donor is in the who are well versed in medical lore race. pertaining to the diseases of domestic animals, is both infectious and contagious, and so rapidly has the A Liberal Gentleman. disease been known to spread in some Mr. Walton Moss' liberaity is only instances as to give rise to the inference equalled by the quality of his luscious that it Is also atmospherical, however berries. For the second time this the latter is merely a supposition. season Mr. Moss remembered the There has as yet been no cure discover Record office with his fine berries, and ed for the cause.of the disease, further when we say remembered, we mean it. than that it originates from a germ, and not a measly Uttli box from which each there of course has yet been no remedy member could have one berry, but a discovered for its cure: in fact full sized, as all his baskets are. of the the disease itself and its complications berries for each member of the force. shows in such a variety of forms, and They were of the Buback and Tennessee effects so many different animals in so frolihc varieties and were certainly many different ways, that it has been toothsome. found very difficult to deal with. The gentlemen state that after a New Principal Called. horse has been apparently perfectly well for a period of six weeks time, We have just learned of the call that it may transmit the malady, and that has been extended to Prof. M. L. for this reason, if for no other, the Caneerof the Richmond High School, by greatest care should be exercised in our board of trustees, to the principal allowing them to come in contact with ship of the Graded School here. Prof. well stock, or with stock that have not Caneer comes highly recommended and been exposed to the malady; they also the trustees of the Richmond school advise that the greatest care should be are loath to give him up. While a final exercised in the treatment of horses, answer has not yet been given but a that they should not be worked or allowfavorable one is expected today, if ed to become overheated when in the this should be true, the trustees are to convalescent stage, that they and other be congratulated on securing his stock should be given clean cool quarters, good wholesome food and water and plenty of fresh air. Candidates Here. The disease as a usual thing runs its A Mr. Clifton Rodes Anderson of Dan- course in about sixty days and they ville and Mr. Charles F. Montgomery give it as their opinion that the disease of Liberty, candidate for the demo- will be completely exterminated within cratic nomina'tion for State Senator that length of time. The Drs. dwelt at length upon the from this district, were mingling with n which has been used in the tLe court day crowd on last Monday, ?ach flanked by warm friends who are treatment of the disease, and they are taking active interest in their respec- very anxious that the people be disative behalf. Both are clever gentle- bused as to the idea existing in the mawas will set plants where others fail, your tobacco will men, well qualified to accupy the posi- minds of some that the anti-toxi- n tion to which they aspire, ana each either detrimental or inefficient, or ture from two to three weeks earlier than when set by succeeded in creating considerable that it spread the disease. Dr. Abbott For sale by was very positive in his statements in hand. sentiment among the voters ot this regard; he says that the medicine and not a being used is an Another Achievement By The Woman's serum, that it is taken from a diseased horse as a bacteria, dead, and is boiled and by certain scientific means made Club. which is then ininto an The local Woman's Club recently troduced into the stock desired to be took up with the L & N railroad the inoculated. matter of beautifying the grounds surThe Drs. state positively that this n will NOT CURE the malady. rounding the station at this place, and they are in receipt of a very courteous neither will it PREVENT IT, NOR ITS ADMINISTRATION letter from Mr. W. H. Anderson, the WILL Superintendent at Paris, telling them EITHER IMPART OR SPREAD that he will gladly make the improve- THE DISEASE the claim made ments along the lines suggested by for it is that it will mitigate the the ladies. If the ladies could meet effects of the disease, or to use their with the same success with their under- technical term, "check the secondary takings at home that they have with invaders", which are pneumonia, acute the L & N, Lancaster would most as- indigestion and the various complicasuredly in the very near future become tions which usually arise from or aca "city beautiful". company it. They advocate that all stock, be inoculated with the anMr. Lawson Withdraws. titoxin, as by its use the fatalities will be reduced to the minimum. In this issue of the Record will be As a result of their researches, the found the announcement of the withDrs. state that they have found that drawal of W. L. Lawson from the race about twelve deaths are all that can be for the democratic nomination for the ascribed to Catarrhal Fever in this office of sheriff of Garrard county. Mr. county, but that there' have been other Lawson has been a strong factor in the fatalities among the horses from other race for sheriff and his withdrawal will causes, such as trouble in foaling, discome as a'surprise and a source of re- temper other maladies to and gret to a legion of friends all over the which the equine family is peculiar, county who have contemplated yielding and that every death from whatsoever him their support. cause wa3 doubtless ascribed to the "Billy" Lawson has ever been a malady which has created such a terstaunch defender of the principles of rible scare and it must be admitted, democratic party in Garrard county, considerable havoc and when in a race for hinself he never Both Dr. Abbott and Dr. Graham Be sure and come, as we will have something failed to make it an aggressive one, expressed themselves as being well new in cakes and crackers for you to try. and he was equally as energetic in be- satisfied with the manner in which the half of the nominees of bis party. disease is being bandied in the county, When in office, he made a fearless and and expressed it as their opinion that upright officer and cared well for the the local veterinarians were handling trust placed in his hands by the people, the malady properly, and that every and it will be a source of regret to his thing possible was being done by them many friends that he han deemed it ex- to eradicate the disease, and that withpedient to withdraw from the present in a short time we might expect to see contest it entirely disappear. 1 Genuine Malta Double bj Shovel Plows and Garden a us HASELDEN BROS. MMWiMMMMMMMMi MMMimM)im THE anti-toxi- BEMIS Tobacco Planter anti-toxi- n, anti-toxi- anti-toxi- You are Invited to a demonstration to be given by the NATIONAL 5ISCUIT COWPANV at our store Saturday, May 31st, i Davidson & Doty " TV S T i Jr trs- - Page 2 &2J The Central Record, Friday, May 30, 1913. M WW g Grand PIANO Openin 7th, From June 2nd to June by Mr Purnell, representing the STARR PIANO COMPANY. This is an exceptionly good opportunity to buy a high grade Piano at factory prices, saving the middleman's profit. Also as special inducement we offer en all CASH SALES a fine $25.00 RUG, on all TIME SALES a $15.00 BRASS BED or their equivalent in other Merchandise. This offer only holds good for this one week. Now is the time to buy your PIANO and get this extra prize at no cost to yon. Gome and see them whether you buy or not. Remember the dates, from Monday, June 2nd to Saturday, June 7th. JB & S The Store Beautiful The Central Record incorporated. re;tg:K5rarare5reg;tt5ragragragra C. Basquet, a lad of twelve years, sorted to not only unfair means, re- Hurt ed. Si we im- Anderson &c& Mr. Duncan Returns. Filter Plant Being Discussed. 4. I Bright Spot In Lancaster. ;regaBS3ESssssass5s;ss;i-- . The situation has been grave, 15 t Mr. John M. Duncan returned Sunday means which were calculated to injure proved we are equally sure. The busifrom Atlanta Ga., where he went to fly swatters consider-erabl- e ness of the community has been injur$1.00 a year. the cause of the Issued Weekly. attend the meeting of the three General more than they would aid it; ed, we think unnecessarily, and we are Assemblies of the Presbyterian church. he manufactured a "fly farm", by in hopes that our people will profit by He was the guest of his sister Mrs. W. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. gathering together all the refuse, dead the experience, and will adopt a method S.Elkin while in Atlanta. fish and like filth, and placed it on a of sanitation in the care for their live R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. manure heap and then made a screen stock equal to that adopted for the Ky., Eutercd at the To- Ollice in over the entire filthy mass in order preservation of their own health, and Garrard County Negro Plans Daring Midi Matter. as Set that he might gather the coming brood, which will result in the ultimate Escape Oi Convicts From Frankfort Member Kentucky Press Association which he succeeded in doing to the ex- stamping out of disease among the Penetentiary. Discovered By tent of three and one half bushels, stock of the county aud Some people are under the impression thereby winning the contest. Publishers League. Eighth District Warden Wells. The article says "swatting is a use- - that it is dangerous to come to town. ' ' task, ' This is an error, you are in no danger The discovery of a plot to effect a less and a more or less thankless Lancaster, Ky., May 30, 1913. a waste of energy, no matter how well of having your horse exposed to the wholesale escape of convicts from the " directed. Don't swat the fly, he is an disease by coming to town to attend to Frankfort penetentiary was made by For Political Announcements efficient sanitary barometer, a depend- what ever business may bring you. Warden Wells last week and the two Rates surDo'nt hitch your stock to public hitch- - ringleaders. Allen Hall a lifer from ' For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 able danger signal, remove the roundings which make his presence ing posts, don't allow them to drink Pulaski county, leading the white 10.00 j or County Offices stagnant water or from public troughs, ' prisoners and Clarence Fry, sent from possible". For State and District Offices.... 15.00 A successful campaign against the simply exercise the proper amount of this county for life for muraer, leading 10 For Calls, per line fly can be waged by striking at the caution and you are in no more danger the blacks, were transferred to the 10 For Cards, per line root of the evil, remove the cause, and in making a trip to town than you are prison at Eddyville. The escape has For all publications in the inter- the effect will of a necessity fail to put ft om driving along the roads of the been planned for several months and est of individuals or expres- j in an appearence; remove the manure county. was to be put into effect on June 9th, students was awarded to the rig driven Vista Prof. Isaac Hacker was chosen j ous berrie. cream and cake and lemonsion of individual views, per on what is known as "flower day", a by Misa Adeline Wiseman and Mr. as principal, with Mrs. Hacker and I ade. heaps, keep the stable in a sanitary 6 tin iv day when the good ladies enter the Charlie McDowell; the prize was a 05 condition, use strong disinfectants Obituaries, per line Many are looking forward with much prison and try to freely, thoroughly disinfect each and make life a little less handsome silver loving cup. The horse every breeding place, both about the interest to the concert to be given at dreary for those confined within its walls driven by Miss Wiseman and Mr. Mc- We are authorized'' to announce the house, and the outhouses, one fly elim- the new school building, on June 17, ny me distribution ot nowers, an annual Dowell was the property of Mr. W. B. Frank, who graduates custom, and following candidates for Democratic inated by the "swatting process" has ' by Miss which the prisoners . Burton of this place, and she certainlv in New York, June 2nd, and who is a We are glad to announce to the good Nominations. look forward to as the one bright spot demonstrated the fact that she was perhaps left in a breeding place upon daughter of the late Eld Joseph Frank. in there otherwise monotonous lives. amply able to acquit herself in the your premises eggs that will leave people of Lancaster and Garrard County that For State Senator. ' several million of his kind to posterity, Several have entered the Declama- The plan of the prisoners was to await proper manner in good company. She ' is a high equivone breeding place destroyed is CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. stepping, mettlesome black tory Contest, for the gold watch, but, tne tolling ot tne Dell at noon time on our alent to the swatting of millions of after consulting with our efficient that day, when they were to overpower mare and at the very first sound of Of Boyle County. flys. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. School Superintendent, the management the guards, seizing thy women who music throws up her head and begins Mr. Winans in his article advocates j has changed the date to Friday June were distributing flowers and using to show just about such actions as a Of Casey County. drastic measures in order to keep a 27, in order to give more time for pre-- 1 them as a shield in case of resistance young lady who is fond of dancing For Representative. or attact from the guards on the out- dees' on a ball room floor. community free from the breeding paration. " side, then scale the walls or leave by places of the fly, he goes so far as to JOHN M. FARRA. the gates and effect their escape. The ' advocate laws and penalties for their is now in operation. Mr. Thomas Anderson Improving. Mrs. Silas Case. J. R. MOUNT. plot was a bold one and would no doubt violation, even to the placing of the It will be a source of great gratiflca- - have proven successful had not their Mrs. Ira Case, wife of Mr. Silas Case This is a Lancaster institution, owned violators on the "chain gang", howFor County Judge. ever, in an enlightened community, j tion to the many friends of Mr. plans been made known to the Warden died at their home in this city Sunday and controlled by Lancaster people; and we CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. one where the public health is a matter Thomas Anderson to know that he is and means taken by him to prevent its morning, and after funeral services her JAMES A. BEAZLEY. of public weal, such measures are un considerably improved from his recent being put into execution. remains were buried in the Lancaster hope and believe that all legal citizens will necessary, a campaign of education severe illness. There is not a more Clarence Frye who was to lead the cemetery on Monday. For Sheriff. courteous or popular old gentleman in colored convicts in their dash for will enlighten the people who will Mrs. Case's illness was of only three give us their support and patronage. gladly conform to the rules laid down Garrard county than Mr. Anderson and liberty, was sent to the penetentiary for days duration, her demise being due to C. A. ROBINSON. is sincerely hoped that he will soon life from this county in December 1909 pneumonia. Shr was 45 years for them, and will lend every assis- it Our aim is to make the highest quality of age ASHBY ARNOLD. tance in their power to the elimination be seen about his accustomed haunts. for the killing of another negro named and was the daughter of the late John of sanitary ice, and to furnish the public a of the fly by means of destroying his Mullins near Bryantsville. Frye before House, who but a few weeks ago pre- For County Attorney. Slim Court Day Crowd. breeding places. committing the crime which earned for ceded her to the grave. Besides her ' satisfactory service at prices as low as are G. B. SWINEBROAD. hilDnovifl ohn is nutitiiifnW uy n a aTwJ a Let the slogan then be from now on him a life sentence, was considered a wuouoiiu one if auivivcu T uuuuicu Only those who are absolutely comGREEN CLAY WALKER, "starve the fly" instead of "swat the pelled to come to town, or could afford ' good negro and had never before been Mrs. James Cox and Mrs. Cyrus Cox consistant with good business methods. in troume. fly", and we will soon find that our both of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Case to travel in automobiles, were at coun' but recently moved to Lancaster For Jailer. labors will be much more prolific of from We cordially invite you to visit our plant. ty court on last Monday, which shows Ice Plant Now finished And In Operation , the Hedgeville neighborhood, where JACK ADAMS. how effectually the malady among the they have a multitude of friends who A Credit To The Community. DAVE ROSS. horses effects the business of the comwill join with the many friends in this We were pleased when Kentucky was munity. There was no business of It has many times been projected by county in their reerets at her death . given the state wide primary law. The consequence transacted in court, and a different persons to construct an For Assessor. . ., . ., ... . .. , ice uuu ". uaumiu uieir syinpuiny io ine oer- whole purpose of it is to enable the very small number ot stock was on plant in Lancaster, and as many time eaved family. DAVE C. SANDERS. i majority of the voters in each political the market, what was here finding a was the idea discarded as not being E. B. RAY. party to select the candidate for such slow market. The day was given over feasable; it remained for Mr. Henley W. L. HUFFMAN. Simpson. party in primary election. It came in to the politicians who were putting in V. Bastin to exhibit sufficient temerity Incorporated. answer to the call from the people for their best licks with the small crowd to install this plant, which involved the Mrs. Mollie Simpson, wife of Mr. For School Superinlendant. honest nominating election. Such can assembled. ' expenditure of no small sum of money, John W. Simpson, died at the family Kentucky. Lancaster, MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. not be had if candidates for nomination and a visit to the establishment will residence in this county, near Marks-convinuse money or liquor to influence voters. Mr. Burton To Judge At Lexington. the most skeptical that his bury, on last Saturday night. Mrs. For Magistrate. A movement has been efforts will undoubtedly prove a success; ' Simpson has been in feeble health for ' Mr. W. B. Burton the local horseman inaugurated by some of the most con1st District. The plant is model one, with the Iat several years, ai.d for the last few scientious people of the County to elim- has been asked by Mr. John W. Bain, est and most highly improved machin- weeks life JOHN N. WHITE. has only held by a mere , inate such corruption from the August Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair ery, which Mr. Bastin, who is natur- thread, WALTON E. MOSS. the severance of which was primary. The pastors of the various Association, to judge the Fine Harness ally of a mechanical turn of mind, has 3G j SHIPTONH. ESTES. momentarily expected. OP1 cnurcnes ot tne Uounty are the princi Horses and Roadster classes at the com- already mastered to the minutest detail. DAVIS SUTTON. The deceased was in her 64th year ing August meeting of the Fair in Lexple leaders. Foreseeing the necessity of husbanding and was the daughter of the late Louis 2nd District To corrupt and debauch the elector- ington. The invitation was expended his water supply, he ha3 erected a de- Philipps, who many years ago was one CHARLES C. BECKER. ate by the use of money or whiskey is Mr. Burton at the instance of the vice for cooling and reusing his water, of the leading business men and merTAYLOR T. BURDETT. a violation of the law on the part of Committee having these matters in and many other practical labor and chants of Lancaster. She is survived LOGAN ISON. charge. They certainly displayed good both those who give and those who money saving devices ara to be seen, by two sisters, Mrs. Sim Cook of Lextake. It is not only a violation of the judgment, for no better judge of these We are authorized to announce the law but it is recognized by all right classes of horses could be found either which bear evidence of the careful ington and Mrs. Charles Grimes of this thought given the plant before its con- county, and one brother, Lewis V. following candidates for city offices. thinking people as one of our gravest in or out of the state of Kentucky. Mr. struction by Mr. Bastin. He is using Philipps of California, and her own Burton has signified his attention of For Police Judge. moral wrongs. Still some will have the city water, consuming about 10.000 immediate family, consisting of her the temerity to oppose the movement. accepting the invitation. gallons per day, and he has made ar- husband and two daughters, Misses j E. W. HARRIS. A correct principle has little influence rangements in the event of the city Elizabeth and Loula Simpson. J. P. PRATHER. j Col. Roosevelt Sues. upon some if it does not serve to carry water supply falling short, which is exShe was a lifelong and consistent selfish purposes. out their However, A hot time is in progress in Ishpem-in- g tremely improbable, to at once utilize member of the Christian church, and Last weeks issue of the Indepcnent we are of the opinion that the cause Mich, this week where an interest- the water from a never failing spring her pastor Eld. F. M. Tinder, assisted 111 magazine contained a splendid article will be hindered less by those who arc ing libel suit in which Col Theodore on the premises, which is thought am- by Rev. Mahan of the Fork church, i against it than those self from the pen of Richard M. Winans, Roosevelt is the plaintiff, is being tried. ply sufficent to keep the plant going to held funeral services at the family, entitled "Starve the Fly", and which seeking and designing persons who de- The defendant is George A. Newett. its capacity, which is 5 tons per day. home on Monday morning, after which advances some new and interesting sire to get under the wing of a popular publisher of a newspaper in Ishpeming, The storeroom in conjunction with her remains were laid, at .rest in the ' theories as to the ultimate destruction movement and be carried by it to the and it is alleged that Mr. Newett stat- the ice plant is already filled with clear Lancaster cemeteiy. of this world wide past. The article pay counter of some office. ed in columns of his papers that the pure ice, sufficient for weeks supply To the community m which she We believe that those who are besays that the n ational slogan of last Col. was a drunkard, handled the truth for the town and county, and it is hop- dwelt Mrs. Simpson's death will come , year was "Swat the fly", and it was a hind the good cause are too wise to in a reckless manner and many other ed to keep it full, and such a thing as a as a severe blow, as she was loved and j good one in that it served to bring the suffer such amateur politicians or poli- things which were calculated to raise scarcity of ice in the very hottest of respected by ail for her many noble Special table d'hote dinner from 6 to 9 p. m. fly into the limelight, but that there tical organizations to side tract them the ire of the doughty Col. However, weather, will never be known here traits of character, a noble christian should be substituted for it the slogan by undertaking to absorb the move- he took particular umbrage at the first again. womrn, who delighted in and was conReservations can be made, write or phone, "Starve the fly", and the many con- ment. Those candidates and office allegation, that he was addicted to the Mr Bastin will also operate his cream stantly seeking Xo do some good for seekers who sincerely favor the reform use of intoxicants, and massive bundles ery, ice cream plant and a bottling others. vincing reasons given in the article for this change in the slogan are so in- will find modesty an asset in dealing of depositions and a great array of oral works for bottling aerated waters, in Many friends in Lancaster, and teresting that we wish we had the with it. testimony will be introduced, and as conjunction with the ice plant, and throughout this and adjoining counties ffl room to reproduce the article in full. Mr. Newett as well as the Col. is of a everyone in Lancaster is congratulat- will join with the friends and neigh-boi- s We cannot but feel that the condi- pugnacious dispositien, a warm time is ing him upon his achievement in the Mr. Winans calls attention to a "fly in deepest sympathy to the beswatting" contest held in Worcester tions existing in the community be- expected, and the outcome of the liti- construction of this model plant and reaved husband and the two young Mass. in which which it developed that cause of the disease prevailing among gation is being watched with interest wishing him all kinds of success in his ladie3 in the loss of the dear wife and the successful contestant, Master Earl the horses has been grossly exaggerat- - all over the country. 3G mother. 3E new venture. 3G E -t s , ' but are free to admit; but that it has Teachers Chosen For Consolidated Schools Miss Anna Horn, nil of the Eagtt-rKentucky Normal School at Kivhroomi. At Paint Lick And Buena Vista For Professor E. H. Mark, State Sanitary as assistants. It is confidently expectEngineer of Bowling Green Ky., and ed that the people in that section will The School Year 1913-191' Mr. J. B. Green of Pittsburg Pa., be equally as delighted with their w v president of the Greer Filter M'fg. Co., Prof. G. L. Waterbury has been school as are their neixbors in the firm which installed the local filter, chosjn to head the end of the county. Consolidated School about which there has been so much discussion, are in the city this week, year, and will hava as his Strawberry Supper A Success. assistants and some means will doubtless bedcvis-e- d Misses Minnie Johnsod, Delia Tinder The OdJ Follows strawberry sapptr by which Lancaster will have her and Allie Hendren the latter two on last Tuesday evening was a hu,i filter question settled before they take succeeding Misses Skinner and Cochran, success. Chairman D. T. Iinrninett their departure. who did not apply for positions. with his assistants Messrs J A Jeata The new school at Paint Lick under and Noah Marsee had prevukftl safik-ieW. B. Burton's Horse Wins Prize In Dan-- 1 the able leadership of Prof. Waterbury, strawberries ami the ladies ef tho during the short time it has been in order the cakes sufficient to feed the ville Carnival Parade. session, made a verv favorable imnips- - entire community, ami like the teTi The May Carnival which is an an- - sion upon the people of that community and fishes of Biblical lame, it nual affair in Danville, and which is a and afforded them educational facilities seemed they woult! neer give em. Danville and Boyle county institution, such as they have never known before, After serving a crowd consisting f participated in by the elite of our and they have expressed their thorough nearly a hundred Odd Fellows ami the; neighboring county, came to a close on approbation of the action of the Board runners were sent out ar! last Saturday. In the big parade in again choosing him for the rounded up every person to be feeiul which was participated in by nearly a principalship of the institution. on the street and they were brought u, For the new Consolidated School and invited to partake of the deKcaci- -, hundred rigs, floats etc, the prize for the best turnout among the older under course of construction at Buena which consisted of W E. Moss' dlic:- nt - jft&M&tf&mfi& Jo-Ho- rd Ettttfi&!ft&!&ttl ICE I PLAfiT ' ' ' .j , I Blue Brass Oairy & Ice Company. ce ... 3fl E3Q a GRAHAM SPRINGS out-spok- its Annual Opening and Ball Tuesday Evening HOTEL Announces JUNE 3rd. 1913. HARRODSBURG, KY. J 1 I i Ben C. Allin. M'srr 3 the Central Record, Friday, May SO, A&JS&VPkiJl.'?t tt&j3t&&i3$i&&T&i0l 191 3. VOO0OO9gOOO0 9 Patrons Of The Lancaster Craded Scoool liC WUI.ld.l5lr. UN e ioooo$ofl&fclooooo (Edited Womans Club) ON (T& Kja osieooo Paris Green, Sherwin-William- s Paint UMF "HP1 i 1U fiP ence. New Car of Buggies just received. It will pay you to trade with us. The ladies of the Woman's Club believe that no other place is better or finer than Lancaster. Wc believe that we should have all tne improvements and adornments tli:it other tovii3 have. We have been impressed with the fact that so many towns have their railway centers made bright and attractive with flower beds and well cared for grass. We could see no reason, why we should not have as much consideration shown us. So a letter was written to at the gentlemanly Superintendent Paris, Ky., asking that we have our depot grounds made more pleasing. These men of the L. & N. are men of good taste as well as of business and they know the value of beautiful sur roundings. We give below a copy of this cour tious letter which we appreciate so very much. President, of Civic League, Lancas ter, Ky. Dear Madam Referring to your favor of Gth instant relative to improving the appearance of the Company's grounds near Lancaster station. I beg to advise that the matter has received full consideration and instruc tions have been issued to fix up this piece of ground and put it in shape, as desired. I trust this will be satisfactory to yourself and the Civic League. Yours very respectfully, W. H. Anderson, Superintendent. Should these instructions be carried out and we know they will our civic department will feel that our work is not in vain. The Musical Department, under J the g oouEiDi r& 9 ty fri;ta'tste "Hi RRVAKTCinrrir inrMTiiPirv iJiVirvi.iovii.iiii, iCHiuini. uanm u iW li c& uu directom of its committee, gave its last program of this session at the home of Mrs. Joe Robinson on Friday afternoon this program also closed the fifth session of the Woman's Club. This Department has proven the most popular innovation of the club and besides the entertainment it has afford ed its members has at the same time instiueted them concerning the lives of the great composers and their differ ence of expression. program Mrs. Currey, the new President conducted a business meeting in regard to next years work. In the Literary Depart ment, of which Mrs. Geo. Robinson is appointed Chairman, the study of Shakespeare was chosen for the coming year. It was decided that each Department is to mee t once a month and our out lined program of their woik will appear in the coming year book. Which will be edited by Mrs. McRoberts and the several Chairman with their Committees are requested to present their programs to her by the first of August. This is important as it is only on such conditions that Mrs. McRobeits has consented to do this work again for the club. Musical in lipll T .fSlfimlllrilflSi'uSS After the m feA VXJJ lLJJ I . I tfajy 1 Out of a monthly attendance of 298, the conditions , the following have met for the Roll of Honor: First Grade: Maud Davis, Margaret Elliott. Second Grade; Lillian Boyle, Court ney Cecil, Marrs Swinebroad, Henry Cox, Elizabeth Hagan, Paul Morrow, Margie Montgomery, Anna Leo PolF, John William Tinder, Ardella Turner. Thiid Grade: Helen Gulley, Jane Haselden, Elizabeth Terrill, RuthTavlor Johnetta Farra, Laverne Dickersou, Christine Brown. Fourth Grade: Joe Cabell Ramsey, Eugenia Moss. Bell Crutchfield. Fifth Grade:-An- na Francis Elliott, Mitche'.l Tinder, Allen Lewis, Ida Cecil, Thelma Hamilton Lillian Estcs. Sixth Grade: Clayton Morrow, Nell Rigsby, Carrie Bell Romans, Minnie May Robinson, Mary Davis, Wesley Dickerson. Seventh Grade:-WilliaB. West, Mary Owsley, Harvey Estes, Ruth Carrier. Eighth Grade: Mary Woods, Bradley Watson, Alice Rigney, Annie Powell, Nellie Cox, Sallie Cox, W. R. Amon, Jennie Ray, Sub Freshman: O'Neal Broadus, LaVerne Nevius, Bessie Austin. Ninth Grade: Homer Bland, Ella May Hagan, J. Wade Walker, Earl Broadus, Florence Johnson, Emmett Broadus, Ella May Rigsby. Tenh Grade: -- Viola Tribble, Lena Schooler, Wood Wilmot, Jennie Cox. Eleventh Grade: -- Emma Walker, Marie Ballard. Elizabeth Collier, Patsy Kmnaird, Mary Holtzclaw. Twelfth Grade: Frank Tinder, Kate Holtzclaw, Maggie Brown, Mattie Adams, Lillia May Sutton. The commencement exercises will be announced at the proper time and will he along the order of last year unless we meet with hindrances that we know not of now. The program for class day will be: Class Historian Lillia May Sutton. Class Grumbles Mattie Adams. Class Soloist Charles Doty Class Poet Maggie Brown. Delphian Oracle ....Kate Holjzclaw. Valedictorian Frank Tinder. By Frank Tinder being Valedictorian does not mean that he has the highest honors of the class. He, at the present, has the same average Scholarship as Kale Holtzclaw and that can not be definitely decided until the last examination. Since this is my last year I am gratified to feel that I go out with the "Faithful Six". The adjective "faith ful" desciibes them better than any thing else that I could say of them They have been kno.vn a3 such for three years. For thirteen years I have been preparing boj s and girls for the colleges and universities of the South, and I am thankful to say that the majorityipf the class is as good as any of them. My hope is that they will continue and n ot be content to sit down to a life of innocuous desuetude. J. L. Riley. Brittleness of Glass. Brittleness of glass Is due to the quick coolins of the hot substance. It is known that constant motion tends to reariange the molecule la any substance and a similar effect is observed when glass Is boiled in a weak solution of salt In water and allowed to cool gradually. The toughness of the glass is increased very much and the effect of quick heating Is less disastrous to it. nun. imULL cab QiWt R0AO WORK J$&&1&&H!&&&fc& g8&&&?A&-- ie 3 3 mm Bill MTT) STTMM eIIs!!! ffi to Pay For Carrying Mail Over Highways. TURNED DOWN BY SENATE. mtm 3 A new Supply up-to-da- Was Believed to Be Impractical Many Things to Be Considered In National Legislation on Subject of Improvement Four Principal Problems. Scarcely any public work is more permanent in its character when once undertaken than that of highway improvement. When a road is once located it is dillicult to change its locatiou. When once :t foundation has been laid for a permanent highway the lajing of a uew foundation necessitates reconstruction of the entire surface. It is therefore imnortaut that before entering upon a plan of national participation in highway constiuction we should adopt a definite and comprehensive plan based upon anticipation of needs and operations for many years to come, in order that we m.iy bo certain the inonej expended and the work done in one year will co ordinate with the expenditures and constructive work of the next ye.ir and for many years to come. Cure in planning a system and methods of procedure may save us millions of dollars of, wate or bring vastly greater results than would be attained under an ill considered and haphazard action. In the last potoffice appropriation bill the house inserted a pro isiou. after the bill had been reported from the committee and while it was under discussion on the floor of the house, providing the classification of roads used for the carrying of United States mails and for the payment by the government of an annual sum as rental in consideration of the fact that the government uses these highways. Such payments were to be cither $1 o, $20 or 'J5 a mile, according to the character of the road oer which the mails were transported. This provision was rejected by the senate for several reasons, firt. it did not provide that the federal ap- - just in and te. I wftfid. riua luiiiiaiPu g Mmzimtemji e&&&&i&&m' K Wr&ZTrWS. 8 Mm T fcyrffn t. - 3 "UhiTrjufir "S S. V "agaiag- -' . ju refc:ttir: - j -- BJ J , .Mfm . S SI DO TYPEWRITER USERS ynr REALIZE M3BbGrxSkTE3ia.aaKupsFj fvsnwmn ganwwrea 7m how much time is lost through needless hand adjustments on the ordinary machines? Do you realize, for example, how much time is lost in ordinary l.utcr writing by the hand adjustments of the carriage necessary to write the date, the address, indent the paragraphs, write "yours truly" and address the envelopes? jj IIIIIHIHIIIHMM"'!' ' I! II 1. I'!!" '"!li !. I ?' t IV ".I ' Ml. ', 11 ::ii ;,Sp i ' J i!0 rit . it-- nrJ .32 ' . '. irr ,Z iLciMniiHmiHiihWmiimiiini gtteLW M! II tiait-A- . 'l II III I! Ill I! II ' H ww a 3n TM..n I - if . i I 111 n HM 3f 5? U REMINGTON eliminates these hand adjustments V THE COLUMN SELECTOR of the Model 10 abscluicly. A single touch on one of the SELECTOR pi Kr.i 3 Drmgs the carnage insfanHsj to the exact point M on esry uno "vners me v. ruing is to uc aone. II '( And this is only one of the many e2 labor saving features of the INGTON I 1 Visible Models 10 and 11 Illustrated booklet sent on request Remington Ml"l H'IIIM'llll m llM III Typewriter Uncurpo?ateJJ HI I ! S $&9&3&l (WZ Is Eg "The wagon thai stands tiD like tAe reputation of its makers" When you buy a Siudcbalicr wagon you buy wagon that will last until you turn the farm a over to your con and he turns it ever to his son. One of ths first Studebaker wagons ever made saw constant service for thirty years, and we will gladly send ycu the names of fanners who have in their possession wagons that have been in constant use any- S3 The members desiring to reenlist in the worK of the club as well as any one elie desiring to take membership will give their names to Miss Joan Mount. The membership dues for the coming year will be one dollar and all members are requested to bring this sum to the opening session in October which will be held in the club room of the new school. 'spjr &s&r i&rt KV fSK Ut, ,r '; , T I IMCICB i Typewriter Company in I WHHrMLI y m, I. mil ...njir I -- jrhw -- ll Z" ..t- - Kvr GOVERNMENT UlOHWAV IN CONNECTICUT. JIUUKKYK. the efficient secretary of last year and who also took an active part in the work of each department, has started for an extensive trip abroad. We are glad that this opportunity has come to one so thoroughly prepared to en joy and ap preciate it and we wish for her a hap py voyage and a safe return. Miss Letty Mae McRoberts where from 17 to 48 years and there are thousands of them. We are building the same kind of wagons today. A SludcbaeT wagon is an investment that will give you full return for your outlay. It is built on honor. Iron, steel, wood, paint and varnish used in its construction are tested and retested to make sure each is the best. For work.business or pleasure for town or country use thereisa5uce6aervehicletofityour requirements. aouts, Farm wagons, dump carts, trucks, buggies, surreys, run. pony carriages, business vehicles of every description with harness of the samo high standard. See out Dealer or write us. FLATWOOD A. C. Baird sold a milk cow to Dave Baker for $47.00 Wm. Gafney sold 5 hogs to Jack Wilson for $35.00 Mr. Yager bought two hogs from Dan Jones for 6.00 E. G. Hammack bought 2 hogs from John Boian for $14.00 Steve Sutton and wife visited at Mose Lawson Sunday. J E. Hammonds sold three mules to Mr. Galipse for $362.50 E J. Hammack sold a mule to J. E, Hammonds for $155.00. A. C. Baird bought a tobacco bed from Wm. Gafney for $2.50 Rev. A. C. Baird sold two mules to J. E. Hammonds for $250.00 J. C. Crecillis bought a load of corn from George Elam for $3.00 a barrel. W. H. Fdrr bought a load of corn from Wm. Gafney for $3.00 a barrel Mrs. Smith is very sick and her and sons believing in this holiness doctrine refuse to have a doctor called. STUDEBAKER J NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS South Bend, Ind. mmm!mm KANSAS CITY DENVER CHICAGO DALLAS PORTLAND, ORE. SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO JSSTmIii'i'ii GOD'S PEDiCINES according to the Original & Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-riooy The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Com-ound- ed Ex-clj-i- vo n, Cow-bo- Mr. A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville Saturday. Mr. Forest Stapp was in Lexington last week. Mr. Mai Carter had a very valuable horse ta die last week. Miss Cordelia Ray who has been ill, we are glad to say is convalescent. Master Jasper Rav of Madison is the guest of his grand-motheMrs. Andrew Bogie. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Simpson of California are ttnr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Baker and daughter of Madison were the week-en- d guests of Miss Stella Ray. Miss Mamie Dickerson has returned to her home in Richmend, after a visit to her sister Mrs George Ray. Mr. John Watts attended the commencement exercises of Asbury College at Wilmore last week. Mrs. Julia Walker and daughter Miss Emma of Lancaster were the week-enguests of Mrs. Prentis Walker. Rev. H. M. Dernoss and R. L. Priest of Louisville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill from Saturday until r, d Monday. COH-CEIi-SA- Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHiTE-KOO- N The Ccvtoy Eaiilist oiiiGiNnron KtfitulfS & of ISDliS SOFE CUFTEhME Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N SCIEKCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky There will be s strawberry and ice cream supper at the Methodist church here Saturday afterncon and night, May 31st. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son Burnett and Miss Orline Anderson motored from Crab Orchard Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. propriations should be expended In highway iinpruvenient-- seeoud. it established the policy of oblijratinz the government to pay to local communities compensation for the no of highways in conducting the rural free delivery service a service that is conducted at a great loss to the government and for the special benent of the communities sered: third, it was the beginning of a system of compensation which had not been carefully considered, but which when oiu-adopted would certainly grow to immense proportions Believing that the government should not enter upon any policy of participation In highway construction without first giving careful attention to every phase of the subject, the senate rejected this provision and inserted a substitute, directing the appointment of a joint committee of the two houses for the study of the entire (pie.stiou and the drafting of such legislation as may meet the approval of the committee. In legislating upon the subject of national participation in road improvement four different problems must be solved: First To devise a plan that shall Insure an equitable distribution of the funds of the different sections of the United States. Second. To determine whether the money should be expended In the construction of main arteries for Interstate commerce or to bo expended upon local branch lines that will serre merely as feeders for railroads. Third. To devise a plan of with the different states that will be acceptable to them and Insure the co operation of all with the federal government. Fourtll. To throw round the national funds such safeguards as will Insure their proper expenditure and guard against waste. Senator Bourne In Saturday Evening Post. : w - cam.A i 7 i 1 3S ci at l-- ! Sv- - W7',Wlffi:'7j5W ..---' ij:. i i ss Put tie 'ffljy Load Where It Belongs F you are to make the most of your time and opportunities, you must have efficient tools to work with. You have enough hard, tiresome work without wasting your time and water-pumpin- g, I I I 1 ss and the like. Use an I H C engine to furnish power for such work. In less time, and with far less effort, the wood is sawed, the stock watered, the tools sharpened, all at the expense of hand work. Put the load where it belongs. Buy and use an e-turning one-ten- th energy at im wood-sawin- g, grindston- I i IHC 09 and Gas Engine I 1 Schufz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. - tfilS sfl BlifV H II V EHU Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. Du.aiuiiDinK praetleetchool, departmentofaerfcolture, a well equipped monciccDooi. DHIKHnf, uiwiin,n,w rjJ J. IfHi A Training School for Teachers Conrneileaaiiig to Elementary, mediate and Lift 8tt Or. Ufle.!. Valla In Ul Public Schools of Kentucky. Special wumn man l. Tuition Free to jl p. Dolnteeg. Twl Bnl.nillfl it.... Into. ki new . ffTmnaitam. Domeitfo Science. tember 9, Second Term November ST. Fourth Term April 7, Summer C&Ulosn. Free. FlrtTermbeglnt Sep18, Third Term Jinamrr School open. Jon. 1&, O. CRABDB, President. , Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White and grand-soof Valley View and Mr. Joe Simpson and grand-so- n of Oklahoma were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Saturday night and Sunday. The Sunday School District Convention which met at Antioch Sunday afternoon was a perfect success. The addresses which were delivered by Rev. Warren of Lexington, H. M. Demoss,and R. L. Priest of Louisville were very interesting, also the County secretary, Mrs. Mattie Duncan gave an instructive talk, which was enjoyed by all present. n No Gcod There. The road drag will do nothing to Improve the highway so long as it lies unused at the side of the road. I I i I It is the cheapest engine you can buy because it costs less per year of service than others. It is so powerful that it will carry a load ten per cent or more above its rated horse power. Perfect combustion makes it economical. I H C oil and gas engines pperate on gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate, alcohol. power. They are built Sizes are 1 to in every approved style; vertical, horizontal, portable, stationary, skidded, and water-cooleSawing, pumping, spraying outfits, etc. I H C oil tractors for plowing, threshing, etc., 12 to power. Write our nearest office for catalogues and any information desired if you wish to learn what an I H C'engine will do for you. 50-hor- se air-cool- I SN d. 60-hor- se Stop That Itch! I will Euarmntee you to stop that itch In tw second. No remedy that I have ever sold for Eczema. Psoriasis, and all other diseases of the skin has elven more thorough 2 Offices at Cincinnati. 0.; ETaasrUle. In j.; KnoiTiIIe. Tcnn.; Meapnit, Tens.; New Albany, lad.; Parkmbair. W. Va. 1 1 SS I International wxn Harvester Company of America (IncorDO rated) Chicago satisfaction than the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema I suarantee this remedy. R. . McRoberts & Son. mmss5sssMsssMssss USA HASELDEN BROS., Agents. Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, May 30, 191 3. J P Bourne Same L. E. Herron J P Bourne Jack Adams J M Acton (V S) A D Leavell J E Robinson City of Lancaster W T Watson Treas A D Ford Cleveland Bourne A D Ford B F Hudson Dr W Burnett John Kinnaird J B Kinnaird N W Harris & Co 2 bonds & 40 coupons 27 00 21 00 17 50 12 00 35 00 5 50 37 50 175 00 82 00 700 275 250 12 00 00 CLAIMS Allowed by the Garrard County Fiscal Court and paid out of the GeneralFund by B. F. Hudson,Treasurer, from April term 1912 to and including April term To Hurt Your Town. S. C. White Leghorns. Fight on the streets. Oppose improvements. Mistrust public Men. WILL LOWER THE COST 1913. J. W. W. Hamilton $ 00 0? 75 00 50 00 6 00 37 50 1400 00 Cleveland Boume A. D Ford Burnett J. E. Robinson Kelly Springfield Roller Co Jack Adams Lojan Ison 75 00 250 00 275 00 50 00 175 00 1416 95 4G8 20 J. ,W. Coldiron 33 00 2(5 00 24 00 8 00 Harrison Ray J. A. Jones A. K. Walker Wm Going H. C. Kauffman J. I. Hamilton 3. P. Prather J no Simpson J. W. Pumphrey W. O. Rigney Hudson & Wherritt J. B. Kinnaird J. W. Hamilton Same Same Walters Bros. McCIure & Co H. D. Lee 53 2 5 30 37 25 0C 00 00 50 59 75 12 51 14 50 42 37 8 42 20 50 65 70 W A Wheeler Jack Adams N. T. Grow Glass & Sanders Same Arthur Hoger Same W A Doty Jas Grimes Jack Adams J W Hamilton N J Gosney Tom Rankin Same F B Marksbury J E Stormes Ed Hoskins Joe Ray W C Hoskins Chas Becker V S J H White Bessie White T R Slavin 2 00 35 00 800 00 17 15 14 45 3 00 2 25 16 50 1 00 35 oO 16 50 16 50 1 50 3 50 16 50 69 71 4 50 5 25 16 00 28 25 2 25 9 00 1G 50 75 15 00 Celia Hurt V S 10 00 Bristow Conn Jas. Grimes Wm. Simpson Wm. Navlor G. N. Ray Jas. Sanders Kemper & Woods Wesley King John P. Morton Fitch Dust down Co F. B. Marksbury Seinsheiner Paper Co Jack Adams H. J. Tinsley 90 136 25 165 165 10 10 80 16 20 32 47 75 30 2 notes Cit. Nat. Bank 00 note3 40 By Balance Mar. 31st 50 Int 5 on 4,000 342 $ 2,112 00 00 33 95 $ 19,160 08 00 00 DECIDE YOURSELF 45 Here, Backed By 9 80 The Opportunity Is 15 00 6 50 35 00 10 00 10 00 Lancaster Testimony. W.Burnet A. D. Ford J. W. Coldiron Jack Adams Harrison Ray Jack Adams Claveland Bourne Jennie Higgins J. B. Kinnaird J. W. Hamilton A. D. Leavell B. F. Hudson A. D. Ford Wm. Burnet W. McElliot (V. S.) 37 24 35 21 35 250 75 00 00 00 00 00 162 50 37 50 75 00 37 50 75 00 275 00 50 00 13 25 12 12 12 00 75 Dr W.Johnson S. R. Foley Dr. W. L. Carmon J. A. Vanarsdale Dr. N. Mays (V. S.) J. C. McCormick A. L. Smither H. L. McLean W. F. Berrly B. B. Montgomery Chas. W. Graves Gso. M. Anderson J. B. Kinnaird W. H. Wherritt W.N.Price L. A. Davis B. C. Rose 1 75 J. A. Hammon Citizens National Bank Interest-- . . . . on Bonds 00 50 25 1 50 17 25 00.25 00 25 00 50 1 25 14 00 3 75 13 25 47 00 00 75 00 50 6 00 Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's state ment. Read Lancaster endorsement. Read the statements of Lancaster citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity, as Jthey are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without a supply in the house for years. When ever my back becomes lame and pain-fula 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-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Dean's and take no other. , Run the town down to strangers. OF LIVING Go to some other town to trade. Refuse to advertise in your paper. Do not invest a cent; lay out your money somewhere else. Economies Effected Be particulae to discredit the mo Great tives of public sprited men. Through Improved Roads. Lengthen your face when a stranger speaks of locating in your town. If a man wants to buy your property ask him two prices for it. BIG SAVING IN HAULAGE. If he wants anybody's else, interfere and discourage him. Refuse to see the merit in any scheme that does not exactly benefit Cotton States Could Afford to Spend $1,000,000 a Year on Highways, Acyou. cording to Government Bulletin Poor Run down your newspapers. Roads Cost Them Twice That. Run down your officers. Run down everything and everyGood roads are nn Important factor body but Number One. in the reduction of the cost of livlnjr. Talk in the barber shops and loafing At least that Is the theme of the latest places, of how bad times are, of how farmers" bulletin of the department of everything and everybody is going to agriculture-- , which shows that the the "demnition benefit from Improved highways does not accrue only to nutomobiilsts, but also to the farmer and the shipper of MARKSBUKi:. produce of all kinds. For Instance, there are parts of tue south, according In which the time reto the Mrs. Pointer and little Miss Marie quired bulletin. for hauling j,i)ods to market Clark has measles. has been reduced from twelve to two Mr. Rod Swope sold to Banks Hud- days by the Improvement of the hlsh-way- s and a savins of $. a day In drivson at Lancaster 1800 bales of hay at er's pay alone thus has been effected. $12.00 per ton. Really good roads would save the cotMr. John Chesnut and daughter of ton states of the south approximately Oklahoma are the guests of his brother $2,000,000 annnally in hauling charges, Mr. T. D. Chesnut according to the department, which Misses Alice and Margaret Frances gives these figures to prove Its contenSutton and Miss Broadas spent several tion: "In the cotton states of the south days last week with Miss Annie T. the average haul of cotton from the Cecil of Danville. farm to the shipping point Is 11.8 Mrs. Simeon Cook of Lexington who miles. The average load Is about 1.700 was here with her sister Mrs. J. W. pounds a little more than three bales Simpson during her last illness returnand the average cost is SO cents per ed home Monday. bale. The cost of marketing the 1911 Miss Annie Steele Cook and Mrs. crop of 10,250.270 bales was $13,000.-22- 0 If computed on the above basis. Jesse Cook of Lexington came over To each bale of cotton there is about Monday to attend the funeral services half n ton of cottonseed, which was of Mrs. J. W. Simpson Monday. hauled from the farm to the gin. and then a large percentage of It hauled again to the shipping point. The average cost of hauling cottonseed In the What Beautiful Hair. United States is $3 a ton. The 1911 How often do we hear that exclama seed crop therefore cost $24,375,414 to tion about a certain woman's or man's haul. "The total cost of hauling the cotton hair. crop in 1911. Including the seed, was A prominent scientist and hair spe- therefore $37575,G34. Any system of cialist emphatically states, and has road improvement throughout this zone proven, that any man or woman can which would reduce the annual haulhave luxuriant, lustrous hair, by using ing charge 5 per cent would effect a a famous prescription called PARISIAN saving of $1,803,781 n year. From these figures it would appear that It Sage. PARISIAN Sage is now made and would be good business to incur an exsold in America. R. E. McRoberts & Son the druggist, is the agent in Lan caster and the readers of Lancaster can buy from them for only 50cents a large bottle. R. E. McRoberts & Son knows that PARISIAN Sage will beautify the hair, cure dandruff and stop falling hair, and for that reason they sell it under a guarantee to cure or money back, Price 50 cents. Girouq Mfg. Co., N, Y., American Makers. bow-wows- ." - My stock from prize winners at At lanta, Louisville and other shows. A few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. $1-5- Ringlets IN THE HEART OF THE ABSOLUTELY itfiT AND TuriTor ',r. j jjL uT, $? T. FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY Barred Rocks Yard eggs 75 cts for 15 Two pens with 1st and 2nd prize birds at head for $2.00. Gome and see real Barred Rocks LOUIE TINDER, SHOPPING clfc rr-- umi.. U1MK1L.I Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, It sets a you'll find every comfort, convenience and saf-t- y. new standard, not only in point o service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low -- and so are the prices for our excrlleiit Restaurant service in. I th The Cafe U In rturz-- ot Eleeantly Furnished Rrmm with Lot nnd Our tin CI flft rtiisliHS ant cul.l runnlnu W.IU.T ami iriv.itw . i.HAi. mi- U.iy. .. ...1,JU incvnliir.lcult i.ivjkii i.P'l-atoilet, i r but cbrH .: si If person--- vt Elegantly FnrnMieilKomi.i with CI Sjf) s iljy Private frrw i to ZCn TMe d'hote ! v ,v IrmC-'tTnM'-i- l CI Lancaster, Ky firf r Graham Springs Larce Sample Rooms witn Private Bath, per day .. Cy CfJ " Rathskeller iirifu oa ftoai Ol.vu I SO p. m. to l.W a. m. HOTEL. Home of the Famous Gra ham Springs Water. The management desires to an nounce that the Hotel will open for guests Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City Reservations should Le made nb-nei- poss h!e. ROBT. D. JONES. Manaaer. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Msr. .. ..,..f m Iff ATTKX, jjiifticanooga. Term., anu noiih uki MOTXL. Atlanta, ua., uouur samt manaKcraeiib auu o Aici?ua' irujiji., o- k May 1st, 1913. Special attention to auto patties. Meals prepared on short notice. Write or phone, It is not only proof but storm-proo- f, lightning- fire-pro- and r too. smi jjfc Knrvsf . ii vM CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES last as Ions as the building and never need rerjairs. ZtJaBaPJust ihe thing for town or country buildincs. because thrv , meet every condition of comfort, beauty and security. iiir'va? 1kKv&'-- - Aaii-- ' ; r 9 BenC. AIlin,Mgr Harrodsburg, Ky. if.ff: 1e For Sale by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. tWSmmZM TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, JEW ELJ it! Gal Ma? JL Cm Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts 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, JIT. 1IE1SRON Mrs. Thos. Crank is very sick. Master Hamilton Montgomery is on the sick list Mr. Earl Grow had a good milk cow to die last week. Mrs. Speaks of Lancaster is with her son Mr. L. E. Speaks. Mr. E. C. Montgomery bought of George Ball a sow and pigs price $48. Mrs. Chas. Duncan and children of Cincinnati are visiting relatives in .this locality. Mrs. J. A. Clark and son Eugene were with her sister Mrs. . L. Grow Sunday. Mr. J. E. Sherrow bought at Danville court a nice three year old mare price unknown. Mrs. Lewis Lemay of Richmond is the visitor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Josh Barker. Miss Ovelia Montgomery cf Hamilton Valley was with home folks here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Edith Montgomery closed a Select School at Linden Dale last Friday and returned home Saturday. Mrs. A. S. Dean was with her daughter Mrs. Dillard Brunefield in Jessamine from Thursday until Sunday. Miss Annie Barker who has been attending Richmond Normal School the past five months was at home Sunday. Miss Iva Del Montgomery of Marksbury spent last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery at Lock No. 8. The farmers of this vicinity have been very busy since the recent rains setting tobacco. A number of acres have been set Born on the 21st to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery a fine boj , who has been christened J. Clifton. The mother remains quite ill. Mr. Joseph Simpson and little grandson Auther Jackson of Oklahoma were the guests of the little boys grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson a part of last week. Work is now in progress at Lock No. 8. a number of hands are being employed. Walls are being built to protect the lower banks as a great deal of damage was done during the high ' .r- mtw. Victor 133-13- 3 5 Bogart ' Co, Prest. "'ST' '. .y), rix.7 lt SssaiSSCssaftSaK PREACHERSF1LLE. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. LEXINGTON, KY. West Main St. m jCTbggTisHRETTartairtVJPnrsia.cg1ta JBtTJBrEMrMSf, B. P. HUDSON, AN niPBOVED ROAD IN ONE OF THE COTTON STATES. President J. S. JOHNSON. Vice W. O. P.IGNEY, As3't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Jack Adams Chas. A. Hardin J. E. Robinson Jack Adams J. W. Sweeney Bony Cunningham RobertGibbs Alex Wodkins O.Jennings Geo. Moran J. W. Bourne Four of Mr. S. A. Ballards family 400 00 are down with the measles. 35 00 Mr. George Brown sold 75 barrels of 114 60 175 00 corn to Mr. John Cress at $3. 35 00 Mr. Quincy Naylor bought a cow 3 00 from Mr. Tom Naylor for $45. 5 00 Miss Alza McAlister has returned 5 00 home from school at London Ky. 7 50 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. White of Crab 9 75 18 30 Orchard, attended church here Sunday. 51 00 Herbert Salter G. M. Patterson Agt Davis Sutton Jack Adams A. D. Ford Mr. Ira Bell of the Paint Lick sec 6 87 tion visited his uncle, Mr Levi Bell and 26 00 family. 2 50 Mrs. J. M. Pettus of near Stanford. 35 60 275 00 is a guest of her mother Mrs. Rebecca 175 00 162 50 J. E. Robinson Jennie Higgins Cleveland Bourne A. D. Leavell J. B. Kinnaird (V. S Martha Alice Pollard Hannah Doty Sallie Irvine J. S. Gilbert J. O. Bogie J. A. Amon B. F. Hudson Wm. Burnett J. B. Kinnaird J. W. Hamilton Same. Same J. W. Coldiron Harrison Ray Logan Ison Ed Preston H. D. Lee M. M. Philips (V. S.) Tom Adams Jack Adams G. N. Ray L, Treadway (V. S.) W. Burnett (V. S.) Pettus. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wells, of Drip250 00 ping Springs, attended church here 37 50 Sunday. 6 00 The tobacco growers took advantage 25 of the fine rain last week and some fin 25 ished setting. 75 Pretty Miss Lizzie Brock, of Dripping 25 75 Springs, visited the family of Mr. and 50 Mrs. Newton Gill. 75 00 Mr. and Mrs. Prewitt Thompson and 50 00 handsome baby visited relatives at 37 50 Hustonsville an Sunday. 75 00 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thompson, Mr. 31 40 11 05 and Mrs. Coleman, and Mr. Thurman, 48 00 of Danville, motored over Sunday and 33 00 attended church and were the guests 30 00 of Mrs. Rebecca Pettus and family. 15 00 Mr. George Lunsford died last Sun65 00 day evdning at his home near here on 50 Dix river, after a comparatively short 1 87 illness of a complication of diseases, 35 00 He is survived by his wife, and a large 1 00 family all grown. 6 25 A vicious bull dog belonging to Mr. 12 50 J. M. Cress broke loose the other day 200 00 00 00 00 12 19 13 ' - J. B. Conn W. H. Mathews (V S) M. C. Pent (V S) Jack Adams Geo D. Florence A D Ford Logan Ison Bill Baker Hart M Boxley (V S) F P Frisbie W-- 00 and ran to the highway and attacked Mr- - Geoffrey Blankenship. After bit25 ing the lad's forefinger it returned to 35 00 l pense for road improvement, even if such investment entailed an annual interest and maintenance charge of $1,000,000 to the community of cotton states." "There are certain direct economic or money advantages which follow the improvement of public roads In every community," says Acting Director Sargent of the department In the bulletin. "These advantages are probably most apparent In the reduced cost of hauling. "Certain dependent or reflex economic advantages also arise in a community where roads have been Improved. The increase in the value of farm lands is an example of the Indirect economic advantages of improved road conditions. It should not be considered, however, that in presenting the advantages of improved roads the direct decrease in the cost of hauling and the increase in farm values are entirely separate and independent. The farm Increases in value partly because the cost of hauling is decreased. "Whatever methods are used to improve a road, the improvement for hauling purposes is due to three causes the betterment of the road surface, the reduction of the grade and the shortening of the length. On such an Improved road the time required to haul a given quantity of material a given distance is reduced. The reduction may be largely due to increased speed of hauling, to Increased load or to both. It is important to recognize that for transportation purposes reduction of time is equivalent to a decrease of the distance from the market centers. It Is easy to see, then, why the Increase of farm values must follow Improved roads, for their effect is to bring the farms in a sense nearer the towns. The fact that on roads with improved surfaces hauling becomes largely independent of the season of the year or weather conditions means another very considerable reduction In hauling costs. It also means that many of the limitations of the number and kind of farm operations are Immediately removed.' W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANISED 1SS3. e Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank A 6F LANCASTER, KY. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. . To Save Life First A and property afterwards is the fire man's duty. Your duty is to see SURE SIGN 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 fam- of service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: up-to-d- DEPOSITS. means the risk of seeing your of getting one. ily without a home or the means April 4th, 191 1, $94,736.69. April 4.1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $7273 60 April 4th, 1913, $120,514.74. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK Are You a Woman? OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 125 00 14 00 15 00 the kennel. l 2 30 30 6 162 J Coldiron Harrison Ray Jennie Higgins J. W. Hamilton J. P. Bourne 75 80 The prayer meeting and the B. Y. P.. U. which have been meeting regularly 50 for some time, and each service well 00 attended by the young people, have 00 been discontinued. Mr. Thomas J. 00 Carden who has had to act as leader .:... nil .w w..., .w nnf aA V. o0 .... tho fimo fiaa ..v., ViaA (.lie iUBlBUUJCe 50 . of the members, who either could not 00 ( or would not attend, but no doubt 00 wished the meetings success. waters. Rev. J. W. Mahan accepted the pastorage of the church at this place Saiurday after being unanimously called two weeks ago. An effort being made to raise the salary for half time. The Sunday School reached the highest average during May enrollment being 129 and average 87. m Cardui Stop That Itch! satisfaction than the H. D. D. Prescription for Eczena I guarantee this remedy. R. E. McRoberts & Son. No remedy that I have ever sold for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases of the skin has given more thorough A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. I will guarantee yon to stop that Itch in twe second The Woman's Tonic Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. j YOUR BUSINESS. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS P4 Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. The Central Record, Friday, May 30, 191 3. Page" 5 BLEUCHER lA , 46158. For Public Service, Season 1913. I offer the two fine Saddle and Harness Horses, J m ass; (V J5o Trial 2:14 V . Record 2:29 Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 tf. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled 1906. Standard Registered Vol I Dark Night .'S58 Sire of 21. lnc SearchBrlghtliKht light 2:0SJ. Dark Wilks 2.-018. f Silent BrooV 19769. 1AL LAjrtu4 Sire of Billv Burk2.B3. Pbawbuya.o., Meadow-BrooSKITS. Ladr 2:10, etc. K Brook 2:J4. l.WVi- Zarrlue Bellbrook Emma Valpa2:0 etc. IJeunyClay Great brood mare .... 6j. (Noonday By St Elmo 275. Great Brood Mare. HarrTt;ly45.2:29!, .... A Sire of 4. dama of 00. ( Norwood I (Alcyone 732, 2:27. . Sire of 60, dams of Carroll Preston 4383. J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. s s DON VERRICK. Will make the season of 1913 at my barn 3 miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Bay horse, star, both hind ankles white, seven years old, 16 hands high fMoVo2M 1 ner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:0SJ, Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:10, Rochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Vito (4) 2:(J9J. .Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. O'Neil (3) 2:13?, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:ln, etc. Bleucher 4G158, record 2:291, trial mile 2:14, 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 grf at Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this horse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots, or weights. He was a money winner at the Blue Grass Fair last year and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties tolbreed.in-t- o 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 Bay horse, star, both hind feet white above ankles, five years old, 16 2:07i. hands high, good size and substance and plenty of bone. Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:l0i. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10,Margaret Bathgate Sire Highland Gay 1146 by Highland Denmark 7:30 by Black Squirrel Jenny (4) 2:111, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07. etc. His dam, 58. 1st dam, Patsy Lambert 3359 by Red Cloud 2197 by Indian Chief was grandam of Prue 2:21J. Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda 1718, one of the two great chief sires. Moko 24457, sire of Fereno (5) 2:041, Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity Yorke (3) 2:08 (Futurity winner.) filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:06 (champion J Sire of Carl Wilkes 2:01). Jeuny Clay. 2:16Ji. to silent ( By Harry Clay 45. Dam of Silent Brook Brook 2:16W.Rfddie Clay 2 MH. Reddle Clay 4 Lilly mss.tU.aad2:21j. Clay 2:25i. etc. of True dam Silent Brook 197G9, 2:16. sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:06i, Zarrine 2:07, Betty Brook 2:09f , Emma Brook 2:09J, Lady Shawbay IClavo Dam or Lula Watts (2) 2S7Jj. Blencher half tr. 21:7: out of aBrook sUter to Silent Sire of Brenda Yorve Ferno 2:0. 1M14. Nathe Belle (3) 2 0i'. (Queen Ethel. By Stratbmore Belle By Garwood bit. Baron Wilkes 4758. 2:18. Sire of 12 ln2:10.tc. 408. - $25.00 To Insure a Living Foal. 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. i I m $10.00 Dam of Bumps2:03- Silver Silk (.BettvCIav Half Sinter Monrico O) 2$?'i Susie N. (82:09J.etc. (4 Wilkes Nutwood 8000, I Zi2li. HIGH CLOUD 3334. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. I I Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2.05 V (who sold for $25,000.) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st. dam by Wilks Boy 2:2434, 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15 Vz 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 'A, and sold for a handsome price. Phoenix Hotel J. Only Fire M. SKAIN, Mgr. i 1 I will also at the same time and place stand my big 15 hand Jack at 10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure $20.00 To Insure a Living Foal. Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky 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 wring 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 responsiblue should any occur. You are invited to inspect these horses at A. T. Nunnelly's stock yards. acci-ciden- ts the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. I Drinking Water. KENTUCKY LOGAN HUBBLE. MwrnsMmBm Official Directory Of Garrard County. W. O. Walker, Stanford, Kv Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardin. Commonw ealchs Attornej Hou. Emmet Pur- - AT BELLEVUE FARM. Near Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. I offer for public service during the Season of 1913, by Circuit CItrl William B Maon. . II. Broun. Master Commissioner Trustee Jury Fnml Benj. F. KoMnsou. Official Court Stenographer jn3 SUe Shilby Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford. County Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. v. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jone-i- . Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerifl C. A. Kobinson. Superlntendant of Schools Miss Jennie Hig- - jear. STANDARD No. 4724. Sire, Dignity Dare TIME. the show record in the AMERICAS FINEST SADDLE STALLION Winner of 82 first, 25 championships, 2 grand championships $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. past three seasons. Unequaled by any other horse. gira. Assessor V. S. W. PHONE 95. Uhlan 1:58 B. BURTON, LANCASTER. KY. Bingen 2:06 4. Deputj Assessor E. B. Kay. Jailer Jack Adams. Superlsorof Koads CIeelaml Bourne. Treasurer II. F Hudson. MAUISTKVTI S. Carrier. Dam, On Time mare. Standard Time is a black horse in harness class when three-year-ol- J. Bourne lt.Dist. Logan Isou 2nd. list. Harrlsos Kay 3rd. Ditt. JdmesColdlron lth, DNt. I" IG hands. 1 inch high, with a head and neck seldom eqvalled on any horse. d. Won several blue ties Todd 2:14 3. COUNTY tlOAKD OF EDUCATION". He is now saddling nicely. If Will They Mature $100,000 would not buy Uhlan. Bingen, sold at $50,000 at 19 years of age. Todd sold for $28,000. Badn sold for $25,000. Bob Douglas sold for 20.000. Mr. J. T. Huguely, of sin 000 was refused for Gordon Todd by his owner. Boyle County, raised Todd Mack, who sold for 15,000.00. The Todds Always Sell. Early. Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. DIst. K1 MiMurtr) 2nd Iii-- t. O J. Hendrcu. 3rd. DUt. Thomas f. Kin?, 4th Dist. CITY OF IANCASTEIt. Major II. T Logan. Cit Judge E.W.Harris. City Attorney It. H.Tomlinou. City ClrkH. K. Herudon. City Assessor John M Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. L. K Herrou. Chief IVIIi-COU.VCILMEK. you are looking for size, style, action and bone and a fine combined horse, you shonld see Standard Time before booking your mares pike at the low price of $1-5.00 make the season at my farm three miles from Danville on Stanford Breed In The Most Fashionable Family Best Bred Son of Todd. 2:14. The Fastest Race Record Son of Todd in America. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Record 2:071- Brown horse, 15.3 hands, foaled 1906. Bred by L. G. Lightfoot, Sired by Todd 33822, 2:14 4 3-- GORDON TODD $30.00 2, 46793. Eufala, Ala. Parker Gregory. W.M. 7anoue. G b. Greenleaf. H.C. Iljiriltcn. B F. Walter. W m. Hirudon. Money due when mare foals or is parted with. TO INSURE. 4, 2, 3-- 4, 1-- L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. W. Phone 133-- 3 S. Tewmey. rings. DANVILLE, KY. Gordon Todd 2,07 14, (Sire of 12 in 2. 10. including Bob Douglass 2.04 Al Stanley 2 08 Todd Mac 2.07 Iowa Todd 2.07 Northern Man 2.06 Kentucky Todd (3) 2.08 Sue D. 2.08 2 etc. Todd 2.08 Dictator etc, son of Bingie Watts (2) 2.16 Sired dams Fannella Watts (3) 2.14 Magowan (2) and Fannella 2.13 (dam of Sadie Mac 2.06 Bingen 2.06 1-- 4, 4, 2, 1-- 4, 1- -4 1-- 4, Kentucky's Choice Arrive. 3765 No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond 2.10 3-- 4, etc.) 4 ldam GolJen Ready Dam of Gordon Todd 2.07 ..by Golden Slope, 12434 3-- 4, 1-- 2, Golden Sire of Lady Slope 2.15 Mary Beau 2.20 Pansy Slope 2.21 Beaufort 2.23, etc, and dams of Mat-ti- e Kerr 2.16 14, (R. A. McKnight, 2.20 Todd Still 2.23, etc Silence 2.21 by Stranger 3030 2 Jam Mary Bee Sire of Colonel Kuser 2.11 4 (sire of Full sister to Bayrenth 2:20 4 and Belle Kuser 2.08) Balleno 2.11 2 Boodle hald sister to Edison 2.27 4 (sire of Ethel Downs 2.10) Miss 2.12 Brock etc Sire of the dams of Promise 2.10, Princess Xema 2.13 4 Eoline 2.14 etc He was out of the famous n.are, Goldsmith Maid 2.14. Aberdeen 27 3 dam May Bug Sire of 52. including Kentucky Union 07 Edison of Bayrenth 2.20 Dam Dentine 2.13 4 Bessie uwens z.13 2.27 4 and grandam of Promise 2 etc. Sire of dams of Onward Silver Golden 2.10, Momento 2.19 2.05 4 Patchen Maid 2.08 4 Good Goods Boea 2.20, Monday R. 2.22 14, 2.09 Aldeen 2.09 0. M. C. 2:10 Henrietta 2.21 Tulu K. 2.12 Col. Pattrick 2.10 etc. by John C. Fremont 4 dam May Steers Son of Long Island Black Hawk. Dam of May Bird 2.21 The veteran reinsman, Mr. E. F. Geers, has the following to say relative to this horse. "I am under the impression that Gordon Todd will prove to be a great sire' as he was good headed, pure gaited, with plenty knee, shoulder and strife action which all good sires have to have. I do think that had he been sound he Yours truly, would have gone a mile in 2,04 or 2.05 and probably faster. E. F. Geers, 1-- 4, 3-- 4, 3-1-1-- 4, 2-3-- 4, 1-3-- 4, 1-- 4, 3-1-- 4. 1-1-- 4, 1-1-1-4, 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 4, 4, 1-- 4, by My Own Kentucky 3764. He by Chester Dare 10, dam Little Kate with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; Winchester with C & O to Lexing5851, by Prince of Denmark 423, at the fee of 75.00 to insure a living at ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & colt. For extended breedii g, etc,, address, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. Major R. L. C. Joseph McDowell, Jr., Agent. Danville, Kentucky. Kentucky Choice is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting Jr. 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 M iltn $20. 4136. 3404 Hill Squirrel. with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Will make the season at "Elkin Place" at $10.00 TO INSURE. A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and 1913 at my Will make the season of excellent carriage. stable at Marksbury, Ky , at Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Squirrel, he by Chester Dare and to Insure Living Colt he black Squirrel. His dam by Red Squirrel. He will make season of 1913 at my REX HELTON 3404, sired by Rex Livery and Sale stable on Stanford Peavine 1796. 1st dam by Maud Helton Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Elkin, Lancaster Ponies for Sale. street at $10. to Insure Living GARRARD PEAVINE. Will also make the season of 1913, at my place at $10.00 to insure a living colt. He is a fine young three year old Sired by with fine style and action. Rex Peavine, 17, dam, Gordo Lady, 6330. Colt. After Reading The Records. A writer in the Saddle and Show Horse Chronicle, issue April 8th, has this to say regarding saddle sires: y "Theorize as we may, it is the fellow that has delivered the goods likely capable of doing it again who is the one most to-da- Diamond Dick. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and a good imdividual, 48 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the season at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Sire, Black Button one of the highest acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam White Betsy the finest saddle pony in Kentucky. Also at the same time and place I will stand my tine big Jack. And then HE correctly records JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, Phone 523. P. 0. Box 236, Danville, Ky. Individuality, Breeding, Speed. Horses of the Time. Within reach of all. The blood that wins the races The blood that wins in the show ring. The blood that brings the money. Winning race record on 'Grand Circuit 1012. --- --McGregor 2 08. a Grand Circuit winner of 1912. Son ol Jay McGregor 2 07?who recently cold for fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000 00) for export to Russia, and who sired Baldy McGregor 2 Ofijf , who sold atauction February 4th, in New York City for sixteen thousand dollars (KOO0.OO) tor export to Austria, His dam Is Baroness Sibyl 2.2 a daugh ter of Baron likes A great many people consider Chlmewood the handsomest trotting stallion living; son of Highwood 2.21W and Chime of Bells by Mam brinoKlng. His first five dam s are In great brood mare list. Uncle Commission of four men from different States passed on this horse, Mr. Rommell Chief of Animal Husbandry of the United States, offered his limit, three thousand dollars (8,000.00) cash for Chlmewood to head the government breeding farm in Colorado. This as well as other of lers have been refused. This Is the time to patronize these horses. For 1913 terms and fall Information and the Address, place. REID. BOHEMIAN KING 2410. The records not only confirm his stateThe place in the front rank as a sire of show colts twenty six of his get were winners throughout the United States ment, but are much stronger. Remember last year. But why go on? This stallion's phenomenal success as a sire has made him the sensation of the saddle horse world. to-da- y. Thistle Donne 2:09 14 Chiraewood 2:19 14 A fine black Jack with white points, foaled in August, 1905, 15 hands high, Young Morgan 3705 sired by Billy Keen, by Tom Keen, Young John Morgan 3705 was sired dam a show Jennet by a son of Joe Blackburn. This is a large fine Jack by old John Morgan and was out of an with the best of shape, fine and gener- imported registered Jennet He will make the season of 1913 at al make up and will stand at $10.00 to Insure. John Investigate For Yourself. Then Decide. ' We are now meeting mares at Harrodsburg, Danville, Shelby City and Burgin. Will cheerfully reserve places for your mares if you will wire me. S-- ' $25. OO to insure and Harrodsburg turnpike. Farm S' miles from Danville Local and Long Distance Phone. No. 1JS Danville, Ky a living colt for Each Horse. on Danville JAMES GRANVILLE CECIL. Lien retained on all colts for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents Lien retained on all colts for the sea but not responsible should any occur. son money. Care taken to prevent ac Money due when colt is foaled or mare cidents but not responsiole should any parted with or bred to other stock occur without permission. Season due when mare is traded or parted witlj $10. to Insure Living Colt MARK GOINS, J. T. Rainey. Marksbury, Kentucky. Lancaster Ky. Burgin, Kentucky ALLEN S EM-LEGLENWORTH FARMS. N, Also have Bourbon Director, almost a brother in blood to Bohemian King, standing at $20. He too is bred right, therefore, breeds right. Page 6 teralfOASW ZJ.Vgggsisa The Central Record, Friday, May 30, 1913, rajgMfismijg! Mxxxx!iiS(iDiii Great Remedy For Indiges tion And Gastritis. A Postal Will Bring Trial Treatment A History Of Famous People. And CONCRETE ROADS Parsley's m MOST PRACTICAL Can Be Built Economically and Kansas Humor. "We're having so much trouble settling up the estate," a man la y . said to Bill "that I sometimes wish father had not died." Kansas City Star. Col-onlPay-ton- jaescasEEa We Write Anv Kind of I mZW T 11 Composed of Roots, Herbs, lift $1.00. Stomach Tablets surely do end all indigestion and slomnch misery and to prove it we will send a trial Love. Love is watchful, and, sleeping, slumbcrcth not. Though wearied, it Is not tired; though pressed, it is not straightened; though alarmed, it is not confounded; but as n lively flame and burning torch, it forces its way upward and securely passeth through all. Thomas a Kempia. t FreiByqaaMem1 run- fill & Office at National Rank. and Barks, for all i4 sa '' i ail POP Lvs JURSCTIOfy CITY 5:35 am LANCASTER Remove. In a way it is fortunate that tlio f.hnfora Hnnp I imhprnprk Pnnn Cr.rilipp United States lias been rather slow in SOLACE REAIEDY is a recentmedi- the mutter of roadmaking. The roads Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry !4ovci..Tor7r DAYS TREATMENT FOR Mr. John Boain lost a fine mare last can now be built of lasting materials, cal discovery of three German Scien-- 1 e ? t ii. i. l .: n . tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals I it week. such as will withstand the wear of mopoultry reawdy made. cures ap and imLemecfc without la and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Will Cootks. Barditcwn. Ky ,ars: "One drop cf Rct tor traUlc, which is fast ruining &oppJ daatfceL3tbSasnaS Mrs. Ebb Cook is very ill at this chlcktn Lib tixs Venn and ieLrrcs tLe chick insianily. his tne bs! prcvmriTe I hw ct ucd. century old roadways. Lasting take, and will not affect the weakest writing. wig. aza oaaranuca cy j, Koor. uumc, tfcrastr.va, ay. race 5uc at ail urcsglsu. road materials are everywhere present stomach. Deafness, Burns, Stings for all Pain, Mrs. Bettie Reynolds is no better at in the form of sand and gravel from SOLD DY It is guaranteed under the Pure Food Sprains Etc. 25cts per Bottle. thh writing. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. pits and stream bods and crushed rock and Drugs Law to be absolutely free Mrs. Arthur Ball and children visited from stone quarries. Combined with from opiates or harmful drugs of any cement into concrete, they form an in- description her mother Mrs. Jim Ross Sunday. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. expensive and permanent road surface, SOLACE is a pure specific in every Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pay ton are re which .successfully resNts the usually way, and has been proven beyond quesjoicing over the arrival of a fine girl. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. destructive action of automobiles. in the build- tion to be the surest and quickest remEph Hammack bought a couple Mr. The flrst consideration E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & All on sale at ing of concrete loads is a careful study edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to of hogs from Mr John Boain at 7 cts. gravel and medical science, no matter how long Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman Miss Little Payton was the guest of of local deposits of sand, known as the "aggregate" to standing. It reaches and removes the Miss Fay Tudor Saturday and Sunday, i rock & Son, Lowell, Ky. see whether they are suitable for con- root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Mr. Clarence Fields of Fleming coun- crete. Sand must be clean and hard purifies the blood. TQY(gysr?;n3JiM rsJUi ty is visiting his uncle Mr. Eph Ham-mac- and must grade uniformly in size of THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek inch down. The are the Sole U. S. Agents and have grain from Miss Allie Coldiron was the guest of same applies to gravel and crushed thousands of voluntary testimonial let rock, except that the largest particles ters whinh hnve linen received frnm her mother Mrs Jim Coldiron Saturday commonly allowable are one and 1 and Sunday. B v ! a inches in diameter. If local ma- j grateful people SOLACE has restored at certain times than at i' cr . V Mr. and Mrs. Claude Archer were terials nre usable a considerable sav- iu ueui ui. lesumomui tellers, literBOX sent upon don't notice it, but it if. Th- - urlacc BE ! Fffi the guest of their sister Mrs. Frank ing will be effected, as only cement will ature and FREE &? of your house contracts v;th tl.e c'.d need be freighted. Brown Sunday. Under the Management of R. Lee Morris, president of the First fiul expands with tiie l.cat. If the It is much faster and cheaper to mix National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurt of Point house does not conconcrete with a machine than by the Solace Company as folfcws: paint on your Leavell aie visiting her parents Mr. and the band. Depending on the grading of tract and expand vitlt t'le surface it "I want you to send a box of Solace Mrs. R. F. Parsons. One should th'reloro b will crack. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for Miss Myrtle Parsons was the guest careful about the paint used. which I enclose $1. This remedy has of Misses Nellie and Mary Beazley been used by some friends of mine Saturday night and Sunday. At Crab Orchard, Ky. here and I must say its action was wonPhoenix White Lead Rev Holder of Lexington will fill his (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. Trade Mark.) regular appointment at Leavel Green (Dutch Boy Painter Put up in 25c, 50c and 51. boxes. , 7 1&&N Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL and Pure Linseed Oil. night. Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Habits safely and AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY " "No Special TAKING SOLACE. 1 m mad.? make ideal paint. Whits Km speedily cured. Good board, pleasant sur- Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST f :n '.its. c IflU'ANTSVlLLE metallic lead, one of the must SOLACE ALONE does the work. ith the surface will contract and tpasul It r Write today for the free box, etc. roundings, good attention and Speedy Cures, I5e sure the white lead is pure. painted. Mr. James Burnside of Richmond CO., SOLACE REMEDY was here last week on business. Wc sell Collier White Lead and Dutch Coy Battle Creek Mich. Linseed Oil. Dr. Stallings of Cincinnati was the 'Zzx?-ir'guest Ia-- uvek of Miss Lillie Leavell is a guaranty of absoThe Dutch Boy trade-mar- k n ii IH I Mrs. James B. Leavell returned lute purity and highest quality. We also sell JSU& "J 'X .JSi home Friday from a three weeks stay J. varnishes and other paint supplies. Ask us for in lexas. You MIGHT buy one just as good, but KSVV1 'KWgtfSM our "Painting Helps." A COXCKETE KOAD. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Rose of you CANNOT buy one that is better. were guests of Mrs. G. B. Rose the aggregate, the concrete is usually proportioned oue bag of cemeut to two Sunday. of sand and four cubic feet Mrs. J. C. Williams and children cubic feet of screened gravel or crushed rock, Chances? went to Louisville Saturday for a visit or one of cement to two of saud and to relatives. Ky. Lancaster, three of gravel or rock. During the Mr. and Mrs. George T. Ballard of grading and draining of the road the 9 1 Ci U. Lancaster were guests of Mrs. Sam "aggregate" is hauled and piled at A ft mji yye ms A 5S points. The concrete is convenient tfilBSa Haselden Sunday. a s mixed mushy wet, is deposited to the m Mrs. W. J. Hogan is in Lexington thickness of six inches upon the firm . ' At for a visit with her daughter Mrs. W. old roadbed and Is brought to grade Has the Formula on Every Package T. Woolfolk and family. and shape by means of a templet. In Mrs. W. W. Burnside and daughter order to shed the water to the side of Richmond, are visiting Mr. B. F. drains the surface of the concrete Is patented joint has given a rise or crown in the center of Pattern and family. to one seventy-fiftone the whole business of Mrs. Harvey Dean and Mr. Hogan the width of the roadway. The surface building silos by making: it posBallard were in Nicholasville Sunday is finished with a wooden float and sible to construct a perfectly solid to see Mrs. H. L. Elder. wire broom, by which means there Is stave silo of any desired height. When FOR 8ALE BY Messrs J. C. Williams and J. Hotran afforded perfect footing for horses. At put together with a little white lead at feet the road Ballard "attended the bankers meeting Intervals of twenty-fiv- e two-piec- e stave these joints, a CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Is divided into sections by narrow conand banquet at Stanford Friday. traction joints extending crosswise the Mrs. Lucy Cook, Mrs. Jesse F. Cook road and entirely through the concrete. and Miss Anna Steele Cook of LexingThe joints are formed by means of a ton were over Monday for the funeral thin metal or wooden cross form or of Mrs. John Simpson. divider, to which is tied a single or is as good as if it were made of one-pieMiss Eliza Ison is spending this week double thickness of tar paper, with the staves, and very much less expensive. There X paper face against the last section of i is no metal at these joints to become corwith the family of Dr. Elliott at Lanroadway. After the surface of this secroded by the acids and no outside moisture caster, during the absence of Dr. and tion Is finished, and while the concrete can collect in them to rot the wood. This Mrs. Elliott at Chattanooga. joint adds years to the life of your silo and for the adjoining section Is being placmany dollars to its value. Quite a number from here attended ed the cord holding the paper to the Gtves You a GREAf BIG JQQST the funeral of Mr. John Lane at Mt. cross form is cut. and the cross form We have a plan by which you can own iouiard BIGGER FARM PROFITS an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out Olivet Sunday the services were con- Is removed. The tar paper adheres to That's what you ere after, anyway. other process. of what it saves for you on next winter's feed the concrete and stays In the joint, ducted by Dr. E. H. Pearce. bills. Give us a chance to explain it to yon. You don't care much how we make our which Is reduced to the thickness of It's up to us to make the most serviceMr. Logan Burke who has been so the paper. fence.so long as it gives yoa best and longable fence for YOU and we are doing it. seriously ill for the last two weeks is When the surface of the concrete est service for the least cost, and actually It you ever come to Pittsburgh, well improving slowly and hopes are now has hardened enough to prevent pithelps you to make mere money. gladly show you through cur plant -- the entertained for his recovery. ting it is sprinkled with clean water Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 199. The only reason we've tried to tell you largest independent one in the world MissjPattie Belle Burke resumed her and is kept moist for several days. how we make our fence, is to show why and then you'll know. Likewise, as soon as possible, the paveschool duties Monday, she having disfence couldn't be made as well by any Get a new Catalogue, anyway. ment is covered temporarily with two missed her school two weeks airo on inches of sand or dirt from the side ("JlMrnnrPPr! Made in Different Stjlca for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. account of the serious illness of her road to give farther aid in curing the 7Va.Tr CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDLM CVery father Mr. Logan Burke. concrete. Traffic is confined to the SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard was called earthen side roads until the concrete is Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist oj: h:s furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't e!! it, write us direct. to Nicholasvill Wednesday to be with about two weeks old. In the meantime shoulders of broken stone or gravPerfect" Brand, of Barbed Wire: "Piltibursh her mother Mrs. H. L. Elder who re If yoa are interested ii Wire Fencinr. write) Bright, Annealed & Galyanizcd Wire; Twited for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 ceived painful injuries by falling down el are built along both edges of the Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence pavement. These are made three feet Regular Wire Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; the cellar steps at her home Mrs. El wide and sufficiently thick to be firm Nails; Galranized Wire Nails; Largo Head Co. Roofing Nails: Single Loop Bale Ties: Pittsder is still confined to her bed. and to make it an easy matter at all burgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daughter times for wagon wheels to pass from '!ifirTeS3iasw 1 Miss Marguerite and Mr. Brvan Bal the side road on to the pavement 11' lard of Lexington were over last Mon day and spent the day with Mrs. Eliza Result of Bad Roads. There Is another matter that makes Round Ballard. Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk re Round Trip 1 turned home with them after a short bad roads a factor of loss. That Is in Trip the sale of the farm. A farm ten visit to Miss Mayme Ballard. miles out on a road impassable for five The two year old son of Mr. Snm months in the year has SPECIAL TRAIN llager died Wednesday from the in- Df its usefulness impaired and is cerjuries received by falling into a large tainly worth 33 per cent intrinsitub of boiling water, the little fellow cally less than it should bo were the lived several hours after being so se roads not so bad. Bad roads are a deASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. verely burned and suffered intensely. terrent to settlement, thus driving an EuujLi.aua'-iJ.jmVEm "THE KIND THAT LASTS" ii The interment took place at Lancaster additional value ntvay from farm land mi due to increasing population. They Thursday the grieved parents have the act as a repellent force to drive the Get Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely assured of sympathy of the entire community in boys and girls and desirable citizen1? best results and lasting satisfaction. their loss. from farm life. is too expensive. take chances with an unknown paint, The North Western Cow Boy. DAKOTA JACK, Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,KIdney Liver, Stomaeli,;Ner-vousnes- s and Female Diseases. treatment, an interesting booklet, and tell you exactly how to banish all Kept In Good Condition. stomach trouble and put your stomach in fine shape. Just say on a postal or in a letter STUDY THE "AGGREGATE." 'Send me trial treatment of and you will never be sorry address TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Booth's Buffalo, N. Y. R. E. McRoberts sells a whole lot of f0 Local Deposits of Sand, Gravel and Money Back for any case of Rock Form Important Part of Highcent boxes on money back if dissatisfied way Be Careful In Purchasing Ce- Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai plan. ment Machine Mixing Best. BEAZLEY&COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Phone 27. j J i 'sviagjg-v- . uywrwg'cra?yrgr-yi.- tlfepS Notice! Poultry Raisers CURES MANSE. Solace Fails To A ;SfeL 9 45 ir-.if- Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment CREME SOAP. J. 11 I 's I KENTUCKY ! 1M0M0ZM:&. k. one-fourt- h Yoha House Is Larger one-four- th li Hull M I DR. R. L, WILLIS. $ I y pli-d'l- 0sK'' im.i SraffJ35Jsc 1 I stfeKf C.G. &J.E, Stormes Why Take Any v ee thatfaintL c waaavt fa riHfiaa c&, t I i O, dMia. h a jx o, jj h 1 THAT h the makers know it tell is good amp you how they maks it E&K&n&fl azjrs afflfetfafesrf3i INgfoH ce Pittsbuattb Perfect" Fesac W. P. Kincaid, lOQ, CflftCSrAT! A?yD RETURN Sunday June 8th. 1913. IlHHliljyyfifliMl lMHlfjMfeJiJUB iHffiSi'50 Pittsburgh Steel IHllP s I Results Guaranteed Don't WitK 3 MASTIC PAINT it It contains only the COLORED AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary Origin of Term Roundhead. The fanatics of the time of Charles the First, ignorantly applying the The undersigned hereby give warn text, "Ye know that It is a shame for ing to all persons not to trespass upon men to have long hair," cut theirs queen. It is our lands for any purpose whatever as very short. Pym, said that the patriot, once seeing a celebrated we will prosecute all offenders to fulthus cropped, inquired who that lest extent of the law. Hunters and. round-heademan was; and that from Fishermen especially take notice. this incident the distinction became ' R. G. W. Elam'. general, and the party were called L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price Roundheads. d POSTED Mastic Paint has stood the test for more than forty years. It is fully guaranteed by its makers, the old reliable Co., Louisville, Ky. firm of Peaslee-Gaulbert highest-grad- e materials used in making paint. It covers more surface, lasts longer. loots better, and is more economical than any other paint. Let us tell you moro about Maslic Faint and its Guarantee sxnd help you select some fine Color Combinations. Ask for free illustrated book on 'Homes and How To Paint Them.1 i , FREE BOOK R. E. McRoberts & Son. The Central Record, Friday, May Ml SO, 191 S. Page 7 I'X I 1 1 ANOTHER REAL Any SUIT or COAT in our house can be bought at e: I ... I I I it I I IS X Skirts at rediculously low prices. c CO 1 1 fa I 1 li C) r A I $ The JOSEPH MERCA Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. - TFHPTT TP I The House Of Quality. I las t uggy Stock at COST Two Walking Cultivators at Ten Dollars Each. American and Anthony Wire Fence at 30 and 28cts. John Deere Cultivator, the best Cultivator made. Walter A. Wood Binders $i 10.00. We are selling out our fm m A ?- f 4 people V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Miss Nancy Goodloe is in Springfield for a visit to relatives. J, D MOUNT, SON & CO. 3C Mr. II. B. Northcott has returned Wood Mowers $42.50. from a business trip to Cincinnati. Walter A. Miss Grace Helen Patterson was in Williamsburg for a visit of several days. rat u n nay e, X :c jC DC Mrs. John M. Mount has been in Danville visiting her sister Mrs. Logan Woods. Time Is Ooming, when the storing up ' "Uncle Lou" Holmes made his regular monthly visit to Lancaster this week. was the guest last week of his friend John Wm Gregory of Louisville ts. Vacation-tim- children out-door- will be more Mrs. Louis West of Meridian Mississippi is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. Mrs. Larry D. Jones and children of Monticello are guests of Mrs. J. G. Burnside. Mrs. W. K. Warren of Stanford has been with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. s, health for next Fall and Winter, enjoying vacations at seashore or in They the mountains. must have a supply of the right kind of dresses aHS-2i to wear on such occasions, and we are prepared with a large variety of stylish suits for the little girls. They are well made, pretty, durable and reasonable in price. Mrs. O. U. Terrill of Jenkins, Ky is here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. in Mr. John Crawford of Somerset is Lancaster to superintend some concrete work. Miss Deedie Maud Robson of Louisville is expected soon for a visit to her cousin Miss Kathleen Walter. R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. 3E 1L HI L 1L &8jg3 1 u &:&&M'mmwj M0imM Mrs. H. A. B. Markssury is at home again after a uisit to her daughter Mrs. Lewis Landram of Danville. Miss Margaret Arnold a student of the Madison Female Institute of Rich- fes mond is at home for the vacation. ationa kulliM SERVICE. 25-40-60 g THE QUALITY LAMP. fe Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Livingston are here visiting the latters ;S parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. j William E. Waiker, who hplds a good i position at Jellico Tenn. was home W Sunday to see his friends and relatives. Watt-Lamp- s. s I I ft Prices ill Lancaster We carry in stock & ra $ , j rfi Mrs Robert Walker of Fayetteville, Tenn., is expected early in June for a visit to her father, Mr Jrmes N. Denny. Miss Kathleen Hanley returned Mon-r- 0 day to her home in Nicholasville after a weeks stay with Miss Minnie Brown. ATioa 40, 50, and - 70cts i The Mazda Lamp can save you money, besides yOU Will enjoy the s,rmVir o uiitjuv iigiu, k.uiuiui.k ui. a u;xv.f uxv.f xs$ i Electric Light Co. m! a H & asd zini"rrti1 Mavma T1inLoenr her home in Richmond after ttv , a vian iu vieuiuiu uitu ijiuicasier friends. M Mrs. William Fox Logan of Wilkes-barr- e Penn. arrived last Friday to be M the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. Miss Chastine Rucker of Paint Lick i will leave shortly to visit friends in Barbourville and to attend Commencement exercises in that progressive A1 town. S3 j Monday to s. S to via f y Ti' ! j i Mrs.'R. H. Batson and little daugh- ter Cecil left Saturday for a visit to Mrs. isatson s motner Mrs. of Stanford. J. n. 111-t- some Porch to your house and in- in .:.. '. .' '.- - Vi' Col. M. F. Elkin of Maccabee fame, crease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do llJf'JWIi'i HOT BISCUIT, needed it without much expence. Our mill work will provide Any body can put them together. the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything except a few nails. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg mi Go. hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, healthful and easily made Mr. T. B. Anderson one of Lancas- Hospitality Being Liberally Dispensed To Mrs Embry: Mrs m c wuiiams. Som- of Lexington was here this week visiting relatives and talking up his bcnevo- - ter's most highly revered citizens who ersei. wnn .irs. c u uwsiey: Jirauou- lent organization. ha3 been quite ill of acute indigestion Visiting Delegates To C. W. B. M. ert Collier. Miss Viola Collier and Miss is now convalescent. Ida York, Somerset, with Mrs W T Mrs Sam Cotton left Tuesday for a And Bible School Convention. West; Mrs Belle Moore. Somerst.wHk Mrs. Walter Beazley and little son stay at Martainsville. Ind. Mrs J II Mount; Miss Rose Crawford, of Los Angeles California arc here for The Christians Womans Board of Mrs. Mary Pope has been in Stanford a visit to Mr. and Mrs. James A. ' Missions and Bible School convention Somerset with Mrs Kauffman, for dinfor a visit to Mrs. Annie Newland. Beazley and other Lancaster relatives. of the tenth district was opened Mon- ner; Mrs Larry D Jones, Montteelto. with Mrs IJ. E McRoberts; Mrs Hem-don- , Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond has Mr James Spilman, a former resident day evening by an address by Rev. M. Glades Spring, with Mrs, Davidson been visiting her sister, Mrs L. N. Miller of Garrard county who has taken up B. Ainsworth, of Georgetown. His for dinner; Mrs Flannery. Glades, with theme was "The Supreme Mission of his residence in Boyle, was here shak.Mrs Davidson for dinner and Mrs WalMiss Katie Huffman of Stanford is ing hands with his host of friends here Life" and is said by many to have been ker House at night; Mrs J W Heath, here visiting her aunt Mrs. Emma Monday. a masterpiece. Elkin. A splendid program was rendered Danville, ami Mrs Gilbert Grinstead, Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife Tuesday by the Womans Missionary Danville, with Mrs W A Prke; Mm ' Mrs'. Wm Mahan and little son have and H. Clay Kauirman were in Louis- Society of the district, with the Pies. Louis Soper, Danville, with Mrs W A been in Stanford visiting Mrs. W. M. ville to witness the graduating exer- Miss Elkin in the chair. The session Price: Mrs George WaWen, Danville, Stout. cises at the Jefferson school of Law, was open at 9.30 in the Presbyterian with Mrs J B Kinnaird; Miss Hakfc Rowe, Burnside, Miss Bessie Powell of Hustonsville is where Horace Walker was among the church and after an address by the Mrs Louise Loos with Mrs J II Meant; Campbell, Lexington, Miss Katie Simpson's guest for the C. graduates. President, reports of the various comwith Mrs J B Kinnaiul, M B Ainswecth W. B. M. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Patterson mittees were read. These reports of Georgetown, and H W EHiott, secDr. W. A. Wheeler is attending the entertained the following guests at their brought forth much lavorable com- retary. Sulphur Ky. were al.--o LancasState Dental Association in Lexington home on Sunday. Mr. Bruce Barton ment on account of showing much ter guests. progress during the entire year from this week. New York connected with "The Outthe Auxilaries, Circles, and Mission Mrs J. S. Gilbert of Buckeye is at- - look", Mr. Clark Hineman, Columbus China Sale. Bands. - Ohio; Mr. John Welch Berea Kj ; and tending a reunion of her class at MidSee Miss Elkins china Sale at Hurt & The message from the State secreMr. Randolph Sellers who won the $50. way this week. prize recently offered in the Prohibition tary, Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell, was Anderson. Mrs. McClell andWilliams of Somerset Inter Collegiate Contest. inspiring and brought her in closer felAs A Matter Of Precaution. was with Mrs. E. L. Owsley for the j lowship with the women of the district. On Monday afternoon, from 3 to o ' C. W. B. M. The election of officers being next in To prevent well horses from drinking o'clock at her country home "Maples", Mr. James McDowell of Richmond Miss Elkin gave a reception to the order Miss Elkin was unanimously re- after stock that might have been effectwas with Lancaster fiiends for a visit visiting and local missionary society elected President, the same County ed with disease, Chief Herron has cut Managers being retained for another off the of a few days. water at the public trough en members to meet Mrs. Louise Loos year. the square. This was done as a matter Mrs. Anderson Chcnault of Richmond, Campbell, the state corresponding A very touching part of the program of precaution, and the water wilt bo secretary, and Mrs. Walter Beazley, of is visiting Mrs. J. W. Elmore on Lexwas the memorial services for the de- turned on again as soon as the already Los Angeles, Cal. There were over ceased members, ington Avenue. Mrs. Sarah K. Yan- abating scare is over. one hundred present and this most cey, former State secty, and Mrs. M. Mrs. George Simmons of Richmond delightful occasion was enjoyed by all. was with Mrs. W. A. Arnold for the C. j Miss Mary Elmore presided over the E. Harlan, former National Secty, Not Known Here. conducted by Mrs. Emma Kauffman. W. B. M. Convention. punch bowl, Miss Joan Mount and Miss The The Henry White who was cut at ministers of the various districts Mrs. Mildred Beazley has returned ' Annie Margaret Elkin assisted in represented were present and gave High Bridge a few Sundays ago, menfrom a protracted stay with her daugh- -' entertaining. splendid talks and many word. of en tion of which was made in last week3 ter Mrs. Wm Hays of Stanford. Record, was not known in Lancaster. Miss Edna Lindsey Gulley's many couragement. Jhe evening sen-ice- s ' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines, Dr. and Garrard County friends will be glad to were concluded at the Christian Church an(1 wa3 not th White who at one time Mrs. W. M. Elliott are taking in the know that she graduated last week in and was a delightful occasion, with was a sufferer from typhoid fever in Confederate reunion at Chatanooga, the Mineral Wells (Texas) High School splendid music and an able address by the Lancaster hospital. The man who with high honors, winning a scholar- Bro. H. W. Elliott, state secty for Ky. was cut died as a result of his injuries, this week. Miss missions. ship to the Texas University. Miss Rose Crowford of Somerset was MaSS ftIeetln2 Al Coart House Satur Gulley is the daughter of the late T, C. Wednesday program was in the in- Misses Pearl and Katherine Hamm's Gulley of McCreary. Her mother be- terest of the Bible school and was ably day Largely Attended And Good visitors for the C. W. B. M. Convention fore her marriage was Miss Maggie K. conducted by the popular president Mr. this week. Brown, daughter of the late Mr. and C. E. Tate of Stanford. Work Is Reported. Mesdames S. S. Yantis of Indian-- , Mrs. A. B. Brown, Sr, and is well reOne of the most attractive features ' apolis and C. B. Rose of Bryantsville membered as one of Garrard's most The Mass meeting called at the court of the entire convention was the splenhouse on last Saturday afternoon drew were with Mis. W. Ross Bastin for the ' successful teachers. Miss Gulley is al- did music so delightfully rendered by a good crowd j so a Convention. of people interested in musical genius, her instrument the Circle girls. the movement for the purifying of the being the piano. She is a niece of Geo Messrs Louis Tarter of Somerset and Mrs W. R. Bastin was untiring in ballots, and those who have been circuLuther Jones of Burksville are here F. Brown of this county. her efforts to make it a success and lating the petitions report great sucvisiting their grand-parentMr. and was ably assisted by all members of cess and a large number of names se Mr. G. B. Swinebroad spoke at the Mrs. Ben Hamm. this little band. cured, and several interesting talks Court House Monday afternoon in the Mrs. S. C. Denny left the past week interest of his candidacy for the The singing of Mrs L. N. Miller, were heard. It was unanimously decifor an Alumni banquet to be given by democratic nomination for county Misses Mattie Lee Hubble, Florence ded to continue the movement to the Johnson, Mamie Stormes Dunn, Mrs J. end of accomplishing the purpose for one of the schools in Staunton Va. of attorney. W. Sweeney, Mrs. L. G. Davidson and which the movement was started. which she was a student. Miss Maude Wilson, of Richmond was With High Average, Miss Edna Kavanaugh who has been especially noted and highly complimen-teA Treat In Store. teaching in Indianapolis has been offerWill Rice Amon was a successful The closing address at the Chris- position in the sign Language in applicant to pass the class exed a The people of Lancaster who are tian church Wednesday evening, by Florida for the ensuing year. This Rev. A W Fortune of Transylvania fond of a good lecture have a treat in amination to enter high school. Mrs. Collier and daughter and Miss is quite an honor for the popular young University was a fitting finale to the oc- store for them. Col. George W. Bain York of Somerset and Miss Hazel "Doctor" and his friends are justly casion and those who were unable to at- will lecture at the court house on next Thursday evening, June 5th and those Lewis of Cincinnati were guests for proud of him. tend this meeting missed a rare treat. who fail to hear him will be sorry. the Convention of Mrs. W. T. West. Several addresses were made during Col. Bain is one of the most noted as Miss Christine Sanders, HI. j the day, and much interest was mani- well as one of the most interesting Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell of LexMiss Christine Sanders the bright, fested. Chief among the speakers speakers on the lecture platform, his ington, State Secretary of the State. little daughter of Mr and Mrs D. C. . were, W. Scott Willis, W. E. Frazee, lectures are given to packed houses C. W. B. M. was the guest of B. Kinnaird for the Convention. Sanders has been critically ill for the H. C. Garrison, D. M. Walker, Pres. everywhere, his subjects are well last few days of a cerebral trouble and R. H. Crossfield, A. W. Fortune and chosen and equally as well handled and j Mesdames Alex West and James her condition while slightly improved Miss Hazel A. Lewis. can ill afford to be missed by those uuuuerur ui una city uuu o. o. t remains serious. About seventy five delegates are in who are fond of thi3 class of Indianapolis were recent) Yantis of attendance notwithstanding the inclevisitors of Mrs. C. F. West of NicholasBranhara Beazley Harried. ment weather and the prevalence of ville. are in receipt of sickness in the community; the followLancaster friends Judge Chas McDowell, Hon C. H. ing is a copy of the register as well 33 the following announcement:- YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Rodes Messrs Chenault Hugely, Monte j the hostesses of the delegates and othRhodes Conger Mr. Thomas Fox ind J. T. Hughesly of Danville 1 er visitors: Mrs. Ed Turley, Mrs. Bal- V announces the marriage of his daughter were here Monday. lard Luxon, and Mrs S P Deatheridge, Willie Vashti por cement, coal, sand and rock. of Richmond, with Mrs L G Davidson to on Richmond Avenue; Mrs G B Turley. t.f Garrard Milling Co. Mr. Luther Branham Beazley Richmond, also with Mrs Davidson; Wednesday May the twenty first Furnished boarding house for rent. One thousand nine hundred and thirteen Mr and Mrs E, B. Barnes and Mrs E. C. Wines, of Richmond, with Mrs. R E Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville. Texas SanAngelo, McRoberts: Mrs G. D Simmons, of At Heme Cement, sand, rock, salt, coal, lime Richmond with Mrs W A Arnold, Walafter August the first. Garrard Milling Co. and brick. v ter E. Frazee, of Louisville at the HoBranham Beazley is a Garrard coun-tCinhov. and one of whom we may feel tel Kengarlan; Miss Hazel Lewis, You want to put that walk in out of justly proud, and his legion of friends j cinnati, with Mr3 W T West; Mrs Wil- the best material dont you? Then buy Cook of Stanhere at his old home wish nim untold liam Severance and Mrs. Garrard Milling Co. from the ford with Mrs Emma G. Kauffman; happiness in the life to come. D. M. Listen. Branham left Garrard county a few Mrs Jas Baughman and Eld. years ago and engaged in the Laundry Walker, of Stanford, with R T Embry; We have a one horse wagon for sale; business in San Angelo in partnership Mr and Mrs Clarence Tate, Stanford, new. Garrard Milling Co. another with Mrs J B Kinnaird, and Mrs Robwith Mr. John C. Burnside, with Mrs Davidsos son of Garrard, and these two enter- ert Bruce, Stanford, For cement, coal, sand and rock at prising young men have built up a Mesdames Carpenter and Berry, Hus. Garrard Milling Co. f splendid business in this prosperous tonsville, with Miss Sallie Elkin; Rev. western town. Mr. Beazley and his W S Willis and Miss Lois Willis, Hus- Residence on Richmond street for rent, bride are expected shortly for a visit to tonsville, with Mrs George D Robinson; immediate possession. Parker Gregory. Miss Jessie Powell, Hustonville, with their Garrard county relatives. ' J , j t ' , I i ' ' s, ' ) d. Mrs-Jam- j, D t-- Page 8 not ooooaoft ooooooittimcriooOflffirOtf The Central Record, Friday, May 30, 1913. 3 LULUlUfl e I TAKIUKK ripaco below thl beading la for tne exclu-lvnsa ot oar farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cauuot affo'd to adser-tisNo notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only iu two isues ol the ecord, free of charge I have two good horses for sale, young Walton Moss. and gentle. For Sale: A sow with five pigs. Harrison Ray, Buckeye, Ky. sold a cow J. W. Walker Fox for $37.50. to J. C. Apply Desirable residence for rent. to J. C. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. acres of grass land, FOR RENT:-Sixt- y near Pondtown, or will take cattle to A. F. Sanders. graze. t J. Mrs. L. Beazly sold a cow $50. to G. T. Brown A garage and stable to rent; apply to J. W. Grant, Richmond Street, For Sale: Two good milk cows, fresh and good milkers. G. A. Swinebroad. B. Two good tobacco beds for sale. P. Swope, Bryantsville Ky. Phone 393 F. carpet, Chairs, for beds, and other household and kitchen furniture. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Grant. SALE:-Brussels square For Sale: Twenty yards of tobacco plants, ready to set. Earl Farra, Lancaster, Ky. five LOST:BIack and tan spotted, white hound, bitch, one eye missing and bob tailed. Left my place last Sunday night Reward for her return. Towles T. Walker. R. F. D. No. 3. Lancaster Ky. Jersey Heifers FOR SALE:-Thre- e with three jersey heifer calves. Cows well broke to milk and are three very fine prospects. Z. T. Rice. Pone347 A. For Rent until January 1st, 45 acres of grass in two fields, well watered. Can cut or graze it both if so desired. Ike M. Myers, Lancaster. Ky. Any information as to the whereabouts of John H. Vaughn or any of his heirs. Vaughn served in Company H. 19th. Ky. Infantry. Important. Write Capt. T. A. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. Wanted: LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, May 28 CATTLE: Shipper Cattle Hogs Sheep 70 Batcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cauners Bulls, balognas Extra Fjit bulls CALVES: extra $725" fio08 7 2."8 5 25 8 7 50 5 25 C 3X3 2j 108 . . 5 4 75 25 00 7 10 25 8 CO 7 35 6 50 6 25 5 65 3 6 7 70u75f s Oo 0072.' 3."7S0 5o150 50 10. 75 Falrtogood Common and large . HOGS: good packers and butchers Mixed packers . Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. ffoo9 8 C5 8 55 4 5 50 8 40 506 Light shippers Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair LAMBS, extra Good tochoice Common to fair . .. son 8 4 8 70 8 65 75 7 85 8 70 8 40 30034 c 00 5o5 00 40 0 50 40 so 0J85 4005 ucation can be a panacea for all the Ills that humanity Is heir to, or a prophylactic against all temptations and difficulties which the adolescent experience. It Is usually the man or 'woman least satisfactory as a home-guid- e who most condemns the work done by schools. Exchange. Still Doing Good Work. No school, no system or form of ed- Hji 11 Backache jjjj Miss Myrtle Cothrum, 1 1 1 1 of Russellville, Ala., says: I fered with terrible backache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly in bad health. My school teacher advised me to I II I 1 MM "For nearly a year, I suf-- IXJ III TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic I took two bottles, in all, and was cured. 1 shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering women." If you suffer from pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or if you merely need a tonic for that tired, feelnervous, worn-o- ut e-- 5 ing, try Cardui. I The local colored base ball team Mr. J. W. Rout, Jr. has been quite ! defeated a team from Pans on last x Saturday, which is said to be the best sick for a few days. Mesdames E. P, Woods and Bettiu colored team in the state. The Lan There i L. iu r caster team made so many scores we Bush are at Dry Ridge seeking relief ins school will be preaching at. Herrings ffflb house next Sunday afternoon at were unable to count them while their from rhumatism. three o'clock. Will also organize a visitors only made three. Mr. and Mr3. R. H. Batson and little Sunday School so everybody should daughner, Cecil, spent Sunday with The New Freedom come out and help the good work Mrs. Batson's parents here. IT along. Not since Garrard became a county Mrs. W. C. Grinstead is very ill of F.ETRIGG has a more stainless flag been lifted to blood poisoning at the home of her will be communion services at There Prices Right. Good Service. view, than in the past ten days. Its daughter, Mrs. J. W. Ireland. the Methodist church next Sunday REGISTER, Phone 354-symbol has been in the swift signature Mrs. Joseph Claunch, of Somerset, is morning conducted by the pastor. R0CKFORD.1A. of an avalanche of honor names coun- here with her mother. Mrs. Margaret Lancaster, - - Kentucky. ty wide to put a torch to the cattle pen Lynn, who continues very ill. Notice. of vote buying and selling directly and CORRESPONDENCE n Miss Lucy Lee Walton, of Richmond, . indirectly, salute Lincoln, salute Mer- who OULIbllCU D. has been the guest of Miss Lyle All Persons having claims against cer also. Uooper during Commencement, must not be reprinted with- the estate of Jennie Humber deceased hasl IThis matter In the world magazine for May 1913 out special permisslbn. returned to her home. are asked to present same properly is a great article on the same line of proven to me and all persons indebted Rev. R. B. Mahonev. who has iust things, its title the "New Freedorr." The chick that hasn't sufficient vitali- to her will please come and settle at Am- recovered from a very serious illness, Among the notable literatures of Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. ty at hatching time to make an unaid- once. This May the erica in a hundred year ptst, as the ut will arrive from Battle Creek, Mich., Lancaster, -- -- ed exit from Its shell is likely to Dud Kentucky William H. Johnson Adms. Jennie terance of a public man it stands on in a few days to be the guest of Mrs. life a pretty uphill kind of proposition Humber Deceased. Mary Penny. His daughter, Miss the top of the mountain. It is by and is seldom worth raising. Woodrow Wilson. President of the Virginia Mahoney. who has been attendC. R. Anderson Announces Withdraws Hon Agricultural Course For Teachers. United States that this man should ing College at Georgetown will join him Don't fail to sow a good sized patch find time amid the tremendcus pres- here. of rape near the hog lot ana also near Beginning June 9th and continuing His Withdaawal From Race For Who So Ever Will. Quite a number of Stanford society the chicken yard. In both instances for eight weeks along with the other sure of his duties to .this message himon the InCome and get SHAVED at the NEAT it will give as large a return self only shows how he is fired by his people attended the reception given by UnivNomination For State Senate. vestment as any like area on the farm. summer work of Kentucky State Miss Sallie Elkin on Monday inhonorof and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. theme and what the peril is. ersity, the College of Agriculture will The Danville Advocate of Tuesday The Old Reliable Barber. A few extracts are given that the the delegates and visitors to the C. W. Whenever it can be arranged it is offer a course especially designed for published the following card from Hon. excellent citizenship of Garrard may B. M. and Sunday School Convention. teachers who have introduced or who C. R. Anderson announcing his withwell to have the brood sow and her HENRY DUNCAN inspiration All report litter In a separate colony house. These contemplote introducing agriculture in- drawal from the race for the democratic not miss some of its mighty of their enjoyable it a most brautifnl ni affair. should be so built that they will be to the courses of study in their schools. nomination for the State Senate from throough the worthy columns waterproof, yet well lighted and well It is needless to say that the teach- this district, thus leaving a clear field county journal. Hear the opening Misses Alcorn entertained, most ventilated. ing of agriculture in the county or high to the Hon. Charles Montgomery of paragraph in the author's discussion of delightfully, at cards on Saturday afterthe "New Freedom" noon. The honor guests were Miss school at once marks the teacher as one Casey county. There Is no getting around the fact "The concern of Datriotic men is to (Joiner, of Alabama, and Miss I.nlai far above the average and also makes Mr. Anderson's card is as follows:- that little chicks that are hatched in again on its right Mae Bruce, of Danville, were week end I jRtskizp&'B Since I announced my candidacy put our Government incubators and raibed In brooders are the school serve the community inter' . . . .TAtMllai Will tannin mlKntllltlnr " visuors oi fliiss Sophia Alcorn. The those ests better than ever before and after for the Democratic nomination for ueiMj, u 3uu3uiuiU,s u.c freer from lice and mites than for the rule of guardians, it is to put prze a beautiful hand embroi.Wp.l E. W. Morrow. Graduate Ontician that are reared in the old fashioned all, that is the first duty of the local State Senator in this district, Mr. common councel for handkerchief, was won by Mrs. A. H. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. way. school. Charles Montgomery, of Casey Coun- the processes of those of private arrangement." Severance. The studies will include Soils and ty, a thoroughly reputable gentleman It Is a bit hard to realize, but nev- Crops, Animal Husbandry, Botany, and abundantly competent to perform Again: "What are the right methods The National Recital given by the ertheless a fact, that the diamond that Bacteriology, Horticulture, Entomo- the duties of the position named, has in politics? They are those of public Bach Club of the Stanford High School sparkles on the finger, the lead In the logy, Zoology, Home Economics and methods of leadership open very far surpassed offered for the same place. The discussion; anything ..that this pencil which one Is using and the coal and above board not closeted. Cure that burns on the grate are all formed Methods of Teaching Agriculture in Democrats of this District are interested diseased politics as we cure tubercu- Club has done in the past. It was an Physician and Surgeon. entertainment of the very highest type under Schools. The work will be so arranged alone in the matter of fit representation, of the same element, carbon, that the teacher can pursue other lines not in questions of personal ambition losis; live, walk, sleep out of doors." and each member deserves varying conditions. special LANCASTER, KY. Every-bod- y knows that corruption comtnendation for so of study in the university at the same and individual political preferment, and earnestly endeavor-- 1 Office ' Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. thrives in secret places; avoids public ing to be true to their grows on the lawn it prob- time. a contest between opposing candidates If sorrel motto, "Progress ably means that there is too much During the week of June 24th special within the same political organization pfaces, honest politicians and honorable is a Duty of Life" and congratulations corporations owe it to their reputations on the way in which they shade and that the soil Is sour. The work will be arranged'for ministers of ' sometimes leads to discordant and e have succeed- Office Honrs Office over way to correct this is to trim the trees Gospel and also for county school j happy party conditions and unfortunate to bring their activities into the open. ed in so doing. The Club had the very i. m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store to scatter superintendents. and let In the sunshine and The people of the United States, able assistance of Mrs. D. S. This work begins weakening of strength for the final Bromley, slaked lime thinly over the places Thursday morning, June 24th, and clos- - j do a struggle between the Democrat selected have made up their minds to Misses Elizabeth Higgins ard Matsy where the grass does not do well. big Grimes es Friday afternoon, June 27th. and the candidate of the opposing party. healthy thing for both politics and and Mr. Geo. D. Hopper, Jr. business. i There is no excuse or reason at this DENTIST. While a batch of newly hatched They are going to open the doors; let The medals which Miss Ballou, musical ' time for the continuance of a contest up Alfalfa In Garrard. instructor, had offered to the pupils Phone 65. chicks may shy at a fat earthworm Lancaster, Ky. the blinds, smoke certains animals making the most progress during the might give birth to such a condition. tossed to them and utter chirps of surMr. Tomas C. Rankin who resides at that out of their burrows. They are going prise. It usually isn't long before a Thanking my friends in the four counterm were awarded to Misses Lis3a the jungle. . couple of these same chicks are tug- the bridge on the old Danville pike on ties of the District for their manifested to unearth the beast in Holtzclaw, Mary Moore Laney and The people have been hunted by the ' what is known to the older people as ging at opposite ends of this same fidelity and loyalty to my interests. I propose to hunt the Annette Wearen. beast. Now they worm. They have jumped at the con- "the Henry Bruce" and later as the now withdraw from the race. beast till they find him. I bid them j clusion as to what this worm was cre- J. J. Walker farm, haslongbeenknown C. R. ANDERSON. PAINT LICK. God speed, nobody is going to get! ated for. as one of the leading breeders and All Work Guaranteed. cauerht in the hunt except beasts that shippers of fine mules in the state, and An Interesting Letter. One of the most satisfactory barn- he has now demonstrated the fact that nothing injured they ought to Misses Sallie Woods and Hasei Pat- prey; Kentucky. Paint Lick, yard floors that the writer remembers he is a practical farmer as well as . rick were in Berea last Saturday. The following interesting lines from wish preserved." In his boyhood days wns made of thin stock breeder. our good triend, Mr. J. R. Haselden, is illustrated by the story of "That Mr3 H Patrick antl Iittle daughter and flat flagstones. It was always On Mr. Rankins place is a piece of who with Mrs. Haselden and son are the Irishman who while digging a hold are visiting Mrs Joe Frisbye at Galli-wa- s Phone 12 a. m. well drained, and an even more excelOffice Hours 8 to 229. asked, "Pat whit are you doing p0j3 Qhio. lent feature was that it never got river bottom land which overflows and touring the Southwest, will be read digging a hole". Pat replied; "no sir; miry. Where stone of this kind can all previous crops have been ruined on with much interest:- Dr. H. J. Patrick left Monday for La Pryor Texas. May 20, 1913. faith an I'm digging the dirt and lav- Lexington be got there is nothing for flooring the many occasions by the river. Mr RanA. Wheeler to attend the State Dental M. K. Benny and Is cheaper or better. yard that kin conceived the idea of putting this Lancaster Chapter, No 5G, R. A. M. ing the hole". Association. i Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Companions, Will our Circuit Judge, Common-- 1 bottom land, about three acres, in alMr. Joe McCormack of Henderson-- 1 Office: Stormes Building oret Hurt A AnderThe season Immediately following falfa; he acquainted himself thoroughOklahoma and Texas seem to have wealth Attorneys, Grand Juries of the year when potatoes are so plenti- ly with the best methods for raising more Masons than any place I have Kentucky, especially the grass coun- ville N. C. was the guest of relatives son's Furniture Store. ful as to be scarcely worth digging is, this crop before beginning; he first ever seen. Dalas, Texas had a class for ties, dig dirt in coming days? We here last week. KENTUCKY LANCASTER, as a rule, a good season In which to Several young people from here at- sowed th? land in cow peas, afterward the Shriners of 53G, total amount of shall see! when they go at it straight plant a large acreage. This Is because Kirks-hole- s many growers, discouraged with poor throughly discing his land. He then initiations was over four thousand dol (please take note) there may be post tended the ice cream supper at and post holes for sale. Hail to ville Saturday night, will still have secured from the U. S. Department of lars. All of these men were either returns or actual losses Mis3 Christine Rucker is visiting the memory of their potato troubles Agriculture at Washington D C the Knight Templars or 32nd degree masons the country Press of Kentucky, that is I have seen at least 15 Indians who making dirt fly, and hail to the Lan- - friends at Union College Barbourville fresh in mind, which will. In turn, mean necessary material for inoculating his were K. T. 32 degree masons or Shrin-er'- s. caster Record in front columns for the during commencement. a lessened production. alfalfa seed, and after using this cording to their direction, sowed "New Freedom." Mr. and Mrs. Knl.im Wnl!ni mnM,1 ( Buy a Farm, When I first landed in Oklahoma at Investigations which have been car- seed about the first of last August; he over from Lexington Sunday and were IF YOU WANT TO - Sell a Farm, ried on by the United States geological was so successful as to secure a splen- Muskogee, and the first Indian Mason Of Interest To Shippers And Stock Raisers. guests ( Sell at Auction of relatives here. survey during the past three years in I ever saw came up to me at the depot I will give you prices on did stand, and the hitherto practically The Cincinnati Live Stock Record, C. McWhorter and little mounMrs. E. the Grand Mesa and West Elk 50 Choice Farms. unknown crop in this county, seem to and asked me if I was going to the which is the official organ of the Live daughters Gladys and Joe Hazel are in tain fields In Colorado reveal deposits Shriners meeting at Dallas Texas, I See Me or Touch the Live Wire. men oi Cincinnati, is London visiting relatives. of coal that are estimated to contain take kindly to its surroundings and said yes, and he said he was a brother stocK commission 12,000,000,000 tons of recoverable coal, grew well from the start, Mr Rankin nonces carrying in its columns two Airs, tuen Wilson and sons spent W. T. KING, of all kept stock off of it during the winter mason too, also a 32 degree mason. I which are of interest to stock buyers, which is equal to three-fourtfrom Saturday till Monday with her talked with brother "Injun" some and Phone 339-the coal that has been mined or lost months, and the crop is now in full alike. We print the artic- parents Dr. and Mrs N. Mays. and raisers KENTUCKY LANCASTER, through mining processes in the United bloom, luxuriant, thick and beautiful thought, he was trying to put one over les herewith, which are self explana States since the beginning of the in- to behold, and now ready for the first on me so excused myself and left Bro. Mumps and measles among school all interested should dustry. "Ingun". In the mean time I met a tory, and by which children have caused quite a little va- harvest, and it is fully expected that be governed. Shriner of Muskogee Temple he asked j cancy in the school the past week. there will be at least two more crops "The quarantine on sheep has been The girl who was lounging on the me to walk up to the Shriner's head Mr. ane Mrs. Centers and Mrs. John ' raised in Kentucky on account of the front porch at 9 o'clock in the morning gathered from the field during the sea- quarters and meet some of the boys, one day last summer and reading a son therefore the shippers will not be Stewart spent Sunday with Mrs. Tom having plenty of time on account of scab, I vapid dime novel when ber mother compelled to have certificates before Logston and Miss Nettie Treadway. The growing of alfalfa has been at waiting for train to Dallas I went up shipping sheep and Iambs this season: t Miss Loula McWhorter was getting the family washing out is tempted by many farmers in the counhome' returned not the young woman that any chap ty, but remains for Mr. Rankin to to the Secretarys office and who should but there is a quarantine against foot- - last Friday after an extended visit to it I see but Bro Red "Injus" coming in who has his eyeteeth cut will pick out his rot, and any one desiring to ship sheep her sister Airs Kirk at Paintsville Ky. for a wife. An infallible evidence of make the first successful trial, and to pay his fee and to take the Shriners will have to or lambs showing foot-ro- t example will doubtless be followed by degree so as to go to rjn A B Anderson of Pawnee City, womanliness and good sense as well as Dallas. There comply with the following instructions; Neb. has been the guest of his Uncle many of our larmers in the future. good breeding on the part of a girl is are lots of very wealthy Indians in Trim out the diseased feet once, and j Mr H L Wallace and aunt Mrs. Jas. that she helps her mother and makes Oklahoma, some of them have white her burdens lighter. in a Francis, give three or lour iooi-DaA farmer living In a county not far wives, and are well to do people while trough six to sixteen feet long, la inProtracted services sre being held at others are more degraded than our nePassersby always appreciate that from where the writer resides has lateches wide, and eight inches deep; fill the Methodist church morning and pride which a farmer takes in his prem- ly figured up the receipts for a year groes on the Famous Battle row of the trough four to five inches deep with evening conducted by Kev. S. K. Hunt ises which causes him to fix things up from his herd of eight Holstein cows. Lancaster. I spent one day at Tulsa Oklahoma I one of the following preparations A and the regular Pastor. They gave 80,000 pounds of milk, which and make them shipshape, so that he or 10 Der cent solution of Little A. B. Estridge who had the takes pride in giving the farm a name sold for $920, or an average of $115 have been more favorably impressed any coal tar creosote, or cresol sheep per head. This record Is not given witli Tulsa than any place I have and putting that, with his own beneath, misfortuhe to break his arm at school dip, made four times stronger than There is more business there on a neat signboard over the entrance because it is exceptional, but because seen. last Friday is doing nicely, carrying I Notiof the driveway leading from the main it Is good twice as good as the aver- in one day than in Lancaster in one used for dipping sheep for scab. his arm in a sling and was able to see I GOING AFTER THE g age of dairy herds the country over. year. fy your County inspector and have him road. Entirely apart from the advanthe ball game Saturday. owner of this bunch of Holstein tage which may come to the owner of The I I Charley and Will West are in the notify the Government Inspector at the Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughters Missthe farm by doing thus, it is a real con- cows knows exactly what each is do- fire Insurance business have a nice bus- point to which you Jntend shipping, You need something to clean op venience in that it enables those who ing in the way of, butter fat production iness and are making money as well as that the sheep have been treated for es Alma and Mary are attending the disinfect and kill parasites. pass the place to know who it Is who during the year by weighing the milk being recognized in Tulsa by business fool-rand are being shipped for confederate reunion at Chattanooga and applying the Babcock test, and he Tenn. While there they will be the lives there. only." purposes further knows what the bill of fare of men as up to date and live wires. I met slaughtering guests of Mrs. J. M. Halloway. "SPECIAL NOTICE! peas are hardy and may be the herd averages during the year. It our friend R. L. Davidson, he looks Sweet will do the work. Fed Hogs. Mast town just as soon as the soil warms up Is fair to assume that the annual feed fine and certainly has made good. While it is the general impression bill of these cows is not far from $50 From the way Bob is known in Okenough to Insure germination. It is DEPENDABLE well to have the plants deep rooted, a bead, in which case the owner bad lahoma we may hear of him being one with feeders that from four to eight and for this reason the seed should be $520 to put In the bank at the end of of the foremost politicians of that state weeks feeding of corn will elimate the INEXPENSIVE planted at the bottom of a trench five the year. Did not get to see Mr. Williams as he mast in hogs, such is not the case, and or six inches deep, with the bottom EASY TO USE was out of the city, from all indi- unless fed at least three months or That the injection of hog cholera cations he is doing nicely. made mellow and covered with a couatt& We hare a special bookmore can only be sold subject to inspecproper conlet on diseases of Poulple of inches of soil. When the peas serum, when applied under I am now m the onion and cactus belt tion, and if killed soft or only partly so try. Call or write for one. have germinated and come through the ditions. Is an effective cure of this dev-- 4 usual differance in price prevails as soil the' trench should be gradually astating disease is shown in an ex- of the world with plenty of deer, wild the to condition from $2. to $3. per 100 lb filled with mellow earth. The soli periment which was tried out the other hog, jack rabbits, and horned frogs. R E McROBERTS on a corn belt farm which is deI was out in Auto to see a former lower than strictly corn fed; of the should bo rich and mellow, the peas day pure Garrard man, Mr M. Adams he lives in same weight, and are not wanted, even should be watered frequently if it be- voted chiefly to the raising of & Son, Lancaster, Ky The animals, a bungalow style house made of sun at the differance in prices." comes dry, and the blossoms should be bred Berkshire hogs. picked regularly. This treatment will valued at $200 each, were given to the baked sand and mud blocks, a house Col. 117) The local Live Stock Inspector, directors of a county farm Improveinsure a maximum amount of bloom. to show A. D. Leavell, informs us that he has Ask us ment league for the purpose of making about 24 by 28 feet, nicely furnished, seen or heard of any foot rot among you the the experiment Each hog was given brussels carpet with deer skin rugs, not county, but that in the simultaneous treatment, which con- deer horn on walls and even hanging on the sheep of the latest in size, style sists of injecting into the animal both the fence. To think of driving an au- case it should make its appearance, the and form and letthe virtue of the disease and the serum tomobile in to where deer, wild hogs, above directions must be adhered to. tering at the right mast fed hogs, we have In check: As soon as jack rabbits, rattle snakes and horned As for the I will guarantee you to stop that itch in tw which holds It Mcoada i the three hogs were treated they were frogs are in abundance. Mr Adams repeatedly warned our farmers against price. No remedy that I have ever sold for placed in three separate cholera Infectand those who have their purchase, Eczema. Psoriasis, and all other diseases the Country and is doing nicely. THE of the skin has given more thorough ed herds, where the conditions were likes Mr M. G. Aldridge and family are invested in this class of stock will do satisfaction than the as favorable as could be for contractthe precautions of the H. D. 9. PrescriftloM for Eczema ing the disease. None of the three pigs raising cotton, having 80 acres and are well to observe mast fed hogs, else articles in'regard-tdied, nor did the Injection of the chol- all pretty busy. X guarantee this remedy. they will find themselves big losers Respectfully, era virus or exposure in cholera afflict- R. E. McRoberts & Son. l ed herds have any effect on them. J. R. Haselden. when their stock retches the market. News Of The Churches. ffcW ORCIW GAKBLTl Don't Allow Stock To Run At Large. ? to 3. STANFORD. S j & - Leavell, County Live Stock Inspector informs us that complaint has reached him that diseased stock have been allowed to run at large upon the public highway, and that it is his duty to see that this is stopped. There is a penaly of $25 for this offense and even if there was not, it should not be done. While disease is present in the county, or in adjoining counties, every person, as a matter of protection to themselves, should not allow their stock to run at large, where if they are well are liable to come in contact with infected stock, and if they are sick, they are liable to infect some one elses stock with disease. Keep your stock upon your own premises, both as a matter of protection to yourself and to your neighbors and and if you persist in allowing diseased stock to run at large upon the public highways, j ou may expect a visit from the Stock Inspector, and a fine for your failure to observe the law. Col. A. D. CARDS. A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon ana uentist. COME! COME! Vt ..T' ' m 5eSw I ' ' W. M. ELLIOTT, un-th- ' B. F. "WJLTISR H. J. PATRICK, I Dentist. 1M-U- , j (lto4-7to9p.- m I. Real Estate rock-botto- and Auctioneer. j I i blue-ston- e; LICE. SURE ot KRESODlPNo.l Hlttbttations iStujratexi VERY Stop That Itch! 30jPpm issiiSSPI i, o Central Record. v c?k '