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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 13, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913061301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 13, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE QEOTRAl. RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.', FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913. 'growing NUMBER 10. "Big Court" begins next Monday. Did anyone ever see more li" J J i V J I The Lancaster colored base ball Miss Minnie Walsh will accompany team, the hitherto unconquered cham weather." pions, went up to Paris on Tuesday and Miss Frank on the 17th. Don't forget to hear Miss Frank 17th went down in ignominious defeat at County The date for the Garrard You will never regret it. 19th, the hands of the Paris team by a score of 5 to 3. " Every week witnesses the beginning Woman's Fair is July 18th, and Phi'.HrPTi will oecunv front seats at of a new residence in Lancaster. Withdrawal Card. the auditorium on the evening of the Even the worst knocker must admit 17ht. Having been urged by some of my the sidewalks are an improvement. Reserved friends to do so for the best interests Miss Frank on the 17th. The candidates are unrelenting in the seats 50 cents, at McRoberts. Gener- of the party, as well as myself, I here pursuit of the voter, and are as thick al admission 35 cents, children between by withdraw from the race for Magistrate in the 1st. District as hops. I 6 and 14 years 25 cents. ' 3sb F thank my fnend3 for the support offerJust three weeks until the "Glorious finished a course in ed me and assure them it is appreciated. Having just mat uv -mm ; i im ii m km 4th", Wonder will it be a safe and typewriting and m g i a, imnaiBC i fiiuiwi m t tj r. I will aLBinua';i.rs..-fjWalton E. Moss. sane one? m of this kind for the be glad to do work 1 ? m B1 ,fMZi-4ei186. lit jr. JBBr-.a- ri Visited Lancaster Many Years. WIK A Sunday schedule went into effect business men of the town. Phone bmmtiSBm2&2-:X2m?JIS Bessie Wilkerson. on the K. C. division through here on Mr. A. H. LeFever, who travels for last Sunday. The premium list of the Garrard H. D. Smith & Co. a Cincinnati candy vie with rountv woman's fair will be ready for house, spent Sunday at the Kengarlen, Lancaster's thorougfares pre- as he does frequently and at every opeach other to see which can become distribution next week. Larger miums are offered than are given by portunity. Mr. LeFever has been "mak the prettiest. m the State fair or anv other fair in our ing" Lancaster selling candy for the colored fanner has adjoining counties. Will Hiatt, a last 33 years. He is a clever, christian Handsome New School Building Erected In Lancaster joined the ranks of the automobilists gentleman and his coming is always At a Cost of Nearly Sells Interests. Closing Ex- with an E. M. F. hailed with delight by many friends here. His home is in Richmond Ind. Mr. Ed Perkins whohas been connectThe strawberries are giving way to ercises of Present School Term raspberries and blackberries will soon ed with the Lancaster Mills and Elevator Odd Fellows Extend Thanks. Co. for more than eighteen months sold Mark The Completion of be on the market. out his interests to his partners, Messrs The members of the local lodge of The mercury dropped to 50 on last Alex Walker and G. C. Rose last Sat Odd Fellows desire The Splendid to extend their Sunday morning and many a shivering urday. Mr. Perkins expects to remain thanks to Bro. Tinder and Bro. R. H. Edifice. mortal wished he had not changed 'em. in the county and will probably buy a Tomlinson for the assistance rendered farm in the near future. at the memorial services on last SunShop at home, there are unpreced: .1 .r n ui me day afternoon, also to the officers of vac e i sermons liimresiiug aim it stores, exented bargains in the local Examine our line of the Christian church for the use of the been our privilegemusthear was that of instructive B. Barneswinch the has ever to Rev. Ellis Christian at amine before you go away from home church in this city on building and hats. Rella Arnold. Mrs. L. N. to Mrs. Ross Bastin and ed to the six students Past Sunday. It was the Baccalaureate Sermon, deliverto buy. who have finished their term in the local school and are Miller for the beautiful now about to abandon school and launch forth into wider fields. Rev. Barnes' music rendered. theme was "The Power Of An Idea", a fitting subject handled in a masterful Mr. Romans Donates One Nights Receipts manner, ana calculated to be of incalculable value to these young people who are standing upon the brink of what is hoped they will make useful lives. To library Fund. Owing to the disturbed condition of the school during the term just closMr. W. J. Romans, the proprietor of ed, the fact that to was necessary to teach the various grades in different parts the Lancaster Opera House with of the city, the usual grade exercises were omitted. Miss Tuesday afternoon Minnie University. He will be introduced by characteristic generosity donated the proceeds of Tuesday's entertainment to Walsh gave a delightful musical program Judge L. L. Wa.ker. Class day program is as follows; the Public Library. He had provided in the Auditorium participated in by a goodly number of splendid films, her large class which showed unusual Class Motto: Nihil Sine Lahore. Class President advertised the event, and the house talent and good training. Frank N. Tinder. The class day exercises are being High School quartet. Grace Cochran, was crowded to its capacity. The evening netted a neat sum which will held this Thursday afternoon at the Florence Johnson, Frank Tinder, be of material benefit to the rapidly school building and are as always very Uharles Doty. interesting and amusing. Class Historian.. ..Lillie May Sutton. swelling library fund. The commencement program will be Class Poetess . . Maggie Brown. carried out Friday evening at 8 P. M. CIas3 Solo Morgan Chinn Gets Good Position. Charles Doty. at the School Auditorium and the Class Grumbler., . ...Mattie Adams. J, Morgan Chinn has been appointed commencement address will be given by Delphian Oricle. .. ..Kate Holtzclaw Circuit Clerk of Franklin county, suc- President Henry " S. Barker of State Valedictorian ... ...Frand N. Tinder. ceeding Ben Marshall who was appoint ed Internal Revenue Collector of the Some Cow This. Seventh District. He will serve until Blue Grass Seed Short. his successor is elected at the coming Mr. J. A. Dudderar is the proud Messrs W. B. Denny and R. P. November election. possessor ot a cow that makes the Gregory who took their blue grass Morgan Chinn is a son of Col. Jack owners of others turn green with envy. stripping outfits to Boyle county Chinn of Harrodsburg and was formerlast This cow, Mr. Dudderar tells us is rear- week, have returned and report very ly Clerk of the Kentucky Court of Aping three calves supplying three families poor success, the crop was unusually peals. He is well known and popular with butter, besides is furnising quite short and of such inferior qualitv as to in Lancaster, and his friends here are a little to the grocers of the town. If be scarcely worth stripping- - Dealers rejoicing at his good fortune. anyone has a nice blu? grass farm they could not offer good prices for the seed would like to trade for this cow Mr. because of the fact that it contained Holdam. Dudderar might be induced to part with so many weeds. James F. Holdam, who recently her. underwent an operation at St Josephs Move your Hogs Out Of Town. Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird. Infirmary in Louisville, died at that Chief Herron was busy last week It is indeed a pleasure to note the institution on Thursday morning June 5th. Mr. Holdam was Circuit Clerk of serving notices issued by the Board of. fact to his many friends here Lincoln county and one of the cleverest Health to the owners of hogs to move that Virgil Kinnaird has just completed and most substantial citizens of the them out of the city limits during the his course in the Jefferson School of Ample warning has Medicine at Philadelphia and is now a county. He is survived by his wife, heated season. who was Miss Louanna James of Crab been given and these instructions must full fledged doctor. It is still more Orchard, where his remains were taken be obeyed. Iyou doubt their authority. gratifying to know that he has acceptHogs ed an appointment as Interne in the for interment. Mr. Holdam had a host just try to violate this order. are a menace to health and are Pennsylvania Hospital and has taken of friends in Garrard county who mourn Virgil is a his death and extend their sympathies especially obnoxious in warnx weather charge of those duties. and no one should hesitate to move splendid young man and we predict for to the bereaved family. them out of town and away from the him unbounded success in this noble congested district. profession. Two Parks. its The "hoss disease" has about made final bow. Once Too Often To Tbe Well. LANCASTER'S PRIDE. glSJrViJrHLEimiiiE 'mMeMMMM DEERING I X book-keepin- m wmmsmLtm-m & i J"-" ? r&SfF&m I mte ;5rf $& a-- Binders Deering Mowers, Champion Mowers. Champion and Deering !1 $35,000. Hcuj ffl Rakes. Bit U BROS. Sweep flakes and Hay Tedders. Deering Binder Twine. i $1.29 fH F3 I 1gpirftiplrpJlMirdlJria BMMMMJM Wi LA1IES Special Attention One Thousand pieces of sset JStai? SGfcf-AJsf- c tv - - ii- - s . - ffpSpfciTv"-- - -- J& SU-f- -. &!ui B5vT-f jkl GRANITE WARE going for taw i-- " a$ S 5, 10. 15 CENTS. THE T BEffi mm IROIMI-AuILTS?""-- P anter Such bargains were never before in Lancaster, 'come while they last. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. fS$C&X3S&3C&3&gXS3233 Lancaster can now boast of two Parks, small ones it is true, but Parks just the same. One is the bone of contention which occupies the center ot the public square, and now the L. & N. R. R. is dumping many car loads of dirt into the triangular space belonging to them between the Crab Orchard pike, Campbell street and their tracks and will convert it into a park. The L & N have some beautiful little parks at other stations and will have one here. Why not vie with them and endeavor to have Central Park as pretty as L & N Park? Swope. Will Higginbotham A Candidate. Prof. J. L. Riley To Leave. With the close of the present school term the connection of Prof. J. L. Riley will be severed with the schools of the city. During his stay in Lancaster Prof. Riley has ever been a zealous friend of the cause of education, and his services have at all times proven nigniy efficient, During the present term he has labored under many difficulties, principal among which was the necessity for teaching the various grades of the school in different parts of the city, but notwithstanding this and other difficulties which beset his path, Prof. Riley succeeded in giving to the patrons of the school a term which would have been highly commendable under much more favorable circumstances. The new school building was a matter of the deepest pride with Prof Riley, and even now he expresses great pride in its completion. It is a matter of regret to many that he was not permitted to teach in the handsome structure, but it was otherwise written, whether or not for the best, who can say.butwhereeverhemay go, and what ever may be hi3 vocation in future, and he will doubtless make teaching his life work, there will ever be a warm spot for him in the hearts of a great number of Lancaster people, of whom he made staunch friends during his sojourn here, and they sincerely wish to him and his excellent wife the greatest happiness and prosperity in the life to come. Mr. Joe Higginbotham who came over from Lexington on last Monday with the remains of his "uncle, Mr. John Cochran, tells us that his brother Will Higginbotham is a candidate for thp Democratic nomination for assessor of Fayette county, and that his chances! The two for winning are excellent. Higginbotham boys, patterning after their excellent father, are splendid citizens,"and friends here at their old home are sincerely wishing that he may realize his political aspirations. Cochran. will set plants where others fail, your tobacco will mature from two to three weeks earlier than when set by hand. For sale by "W. J'. , BUY YOUR J DAIN MOWER. News has been received here of the death in Indianapolis of Jesse H. Swope. His death was the result of a stroke of paralysis. The deceased was aboutforty years of age and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swope both of whom have passed to the Great Beyond, but who were former residents of the Hubble section. He was a brother-in-laof Mrs. Bright Herring of this county, and had a number of relatives and innumerable friends in Lancaster and the vicinity. He was a former student in the Lancaster schools and a class mate of several of the Record force. w The remains of Mr. John Cochran were brought here from Lexington on last Monday morning and interred in the Lancaster cemetery. Mr. Cochran was 68 years of age and had been an invalid for many years, but notwithstanding this fact his diath which occurred on Sunday afternoon came as a surprise, as hit relatives were not aware of the fact that his condition had grown worse. Mr. Cochran was born in the upper end of this county, and was a cousin of Mr. S. D. Cochran of Lancaster. His sister Mrs. George T. Higginbotham of Lexington, with Mr. Higginbotham and son Joe accompanied the remains to this place. Sad Accident. MEAT AND GROCERIES FROM i i j Much Advice. The building of the concrete walks about the square presented a splendid field for those who are accustomed to volunteer free advice to everyone and upon every subject, and they gathered in small knots about the busy workmen ana every suggestion imaginable was made, however their advice fell on deaf ears as the workmen followed out to the letter the directions of the contnrKTHi B02M tractors for whom they were working. Could this "advisory committee" bo The lightest draft and most durable Mower made. Walter A. Wood induced to perform some of the actual Binders and Mowers, Dain Hay Stackers and Rakes. labor, the work would be finished much more rapidly, but the gang that is long on advice is usually short on manual labor. tiF3raraMnwm I R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Mr. W. G. Colson who was killed in a runaway accident last week near Gibof son Station. Va. was a sister-in-laMrs. W. B. Moss of this city. Mrs. Send Names And Subjects. Colson and her neice Miss Sevier were Six have entered the Declamatory out driving, when their horse became frightened and ran iway. In rounding contest, for the gold watch to be given a sharp turn in the road the buggy at the Graded School Auditorium, on was upset and the oecupants thrown the evening of June 27th. All names out. Mrs. Colson fell on her head and and subjects should be sent to one of her neck was broken, death resulting the undersigned at once. a half hour later. Miss Sevier was J. A. Beazley. seriously injured and is now in a Mid- M. D. Hughes. dlesboro hospital where it is said she will recover. Mrs. Colson was the All shapes and trimmings wife of W. G. Colson a leading at J at half price. Rella Arnold. torney of the Bell County bar. w Davidson & Doty We strive always to give our customers the BEST Meat and GROCERIES, handled in the most Sanitary Way. Page 2 -- The Central Record, Friday, June 13, 1913, ,i wi-- ln A" i'.i ' r ix-- in r!11 - - - - r,;m ,n - ' "r--- -- f .. f - ..J... .,. .. .t. - " - - - - "I,''tn - .i.-- - .. .. ...,--- - A ft Real Estate For Sale. No 1. This is ft No 2. We offer for sale a modern six room Bungalow located on Water Street. This is a bran new building constructed by the best of workmen and only the I offer for sale my handsome six room cottage on fkWater Street. one of the most desirable residense in the city and situated on one of the best H r I I 7V.J streets. Good neighborhood, only few steps to new school building, has good very best of material used, with all necessary out buildings. of the best sections of the city. This also is in one garden and all necessary out buildings, in fact it is everything you could desire for an ideal home. For further particulars and price, apply to For further information and price, apply to F. G. Lancaster, The Central Record Hurt Kentucky. Many interesting features will be introduced by the directors of the Woman's Fair. A free concert in the Audicorium each day. The ever popular baby show on Saturday, a premium for the largest wagon load of children. And for the enjoyment of men aiid boys a base-ba- ll game Saturday afternoon. Concessions will be sold for icen cream, and Kentucky lunch and perhaps a "flying dutchman." pop-cor- Hurt Lancaster, & Anderson, Kentucky. Jo-Ho- rd 3X833 markets than to export the fruits of their toil to where some one else will reap the material benefits. It may take incorporated. many years vet for this idea to thor$1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. oughly imbed itself, but itjwill surely do so, it will only take time, and before J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the passing of another decade, we firmly believe, we shall have seen LancasBusiness Manager. R.L. ELKIN, ter and Garrard county take their placEntered at the Tost Office iu Lancaster, Ky., es among the foremost counties and Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s manufacturing cities of the CommonPress Association wealth. Member Kentucky and Help the school, be highly entertain- Gov. James B. McCreary Shies "His Hat' Miss Frank at School audi- ed and respect the memory of Elder J. torium next Tuesday night, 17th. HighIn The Ring" In The Race For C. Frank bv attending the Song Reest class entertainment. TickfcU on ' cital to be given by his daughter, Miss sale at R. E. McRoberts. The United Stales Senate. on 17th, at School Auditorium. Doors open at 7, performance promptly Still In The Ring. Governor James B. McCreary on last at 8 o'clock p. in. Monday set at rest any doubt that The friends of Col. T. B. Robinson may have existed in the mind of any The Crop Outlook. say that his hat is still in the ring, d, Currey Robittia Cst: T. '.,.-.--:, Schv.i. can bi ?&oa. cpuv, i.hif. :i i'Tj.:- wnicn nor.. We are sure creditably. il-r.- Cur?-.- - it..lfft if ;.- - ., Chairman. ,., fu the bill Pop Corn Machine. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 13, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 10.00 ?or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 for Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .10 Obituaries, per line 05 We are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic Nominations. For State Senator. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Of Casey County. For Representative. JOHN M. FARRA. J. R. MOUNT. For County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. For Sheriff. C. A. ROBINSON. The Supreme Court of the United States decided on last Monday that a to fix a reasonable state has rate for freight transported over an interstate road, provided that rate be not confiscatory. The case at bar was from Minnesota, but Kentuoky has a case before the court which will come up for hearing this week which is almost preciseiy similar to the Minnesota case, and it is thought that this state The will be sure to win their case. decision was prrctically unanimous, only Justice McKenna "concurring" to the opinion. Under the ruling a state has the right to regulate intrastate rates on interstate roads until the National Congress intervenes and regulates the field exclusively. This is a question that has been fought stolidly before the various courts of the land for many years, and the climax was reached when the above court rendered its decision which is far reaching and means much to the various states who have been having troubles with railroads over exorbitant freight, rates, chief among which is Kentucky. the-rig- Mr. Theo. Currey our enterprising grocer has purchased one of the handsomest pop corn machines we have ever seen and is now dispensing its toothsome and delicious product to the hungry public. Howard Jenkins is the chief engineer in charge and is doing the job to a queens taste. Egregious Error. In the shifting of our advertisements last week we unintentially omitted one of our regular advertisers, The Citizens National Bank. So many of ourpatrons took advantage of our columns last week at the last moment, we were guilty of several sins of omission, which we hope will not occur again. A Splendid Game Oi Ball. ASHBY ARNOLD. For County Attorney. G. B. SWINEBROAD. GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. JACK ADAMS. DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. E. B. RAY. W. L. HUFFMAN. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. The Point Leavell and Paint Lick ball teams played a splendid game of ball at the former place on last Saturday afternoon, the score being 1 to 0 in favor of Point Leavell, and the latter claim they won in spite of the fact that they were pitted against four "ringers", or hired men who do not The failure of Garrard county to have play regularly on the Paint Lick team. a stock fair this year is a circumstance What's the matter with these teams which is very much to be deplored, but coming down to Lancaster and giving was occasioned by uncontrollable cir- us an exhibition of their skill? cumstances. The news will be a disappointment to many people in this and Will Ask Government Aid. adjoining counties, who had come to The Mt Vernon Commercial club regard the "Lancaster Fair" as a fixed institution, and where the best show ' has passed resolutions calling upon horses of the state were wont to gather Senator W. O. Bradley to prepare a and compete for the liberal purses 0f i bill to be presented at next session of fered. However, it is hoped that ere Congress asking rederai aid tor the the coming of another fair season that construction of a national highway a permanent association will be organ- from Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard ized, commodious grounds purchased Ky., a distance of 95 miles over the and equipped, and that for all years to old "Wilderness Road" and Boone's come Garrard may entertain her guests Trail laid out in 1775 by that noted frontiersman Daniel Boone for whom as she has in the days agone. it will be named "Boone Way." Those who remember Eld Joseph Lancaster Not To Have A Fair. Frank, as a minister and a leader in the cause of temperance, in our city, We are sorry to announce that Lanwill gladly hear his gifted daughter, on caster is not to have a stock fair this the evening of 17th, lend her a helping year. We have hesitated to make this hand, and show their appreciation of announcement sooner, hoping that we Lthe fact that this is her native city. assuryet might have one, The crop outlook in the county was never more aflttering than at present. Barley, which is the first crop to be harvested, and of which there is a very small amount grown in the county, was cut during the past week and gives promise of an abundant yield. Clover meadows are ready for the knife and in some instances are being cut, and while the drought of a few weeks since caused it to head out close to the ground, is thick and luxurious and bids fair to be well nigh up to the average. Wheat is ripening fast and farmers from all over the county report the prospects as being good, the stand is good, the mesh seems to be well filled and agood yield is promisea. iimotny meadows are doing well and with favorable weather from now on, a good crop of hay may be expected. More favorable weather for tobacco was never known tnd all ol it is about set, both those setting by hand and by machine reporting a good stand and the young plants starting off nicely. Oats is keeping stride with the other cereals and gives promise of a good yield. Corn is thriving, many farmers being engaged with their second plowing. Under the influence of the recent copious showers and the warm sunshine following, grass is growing rapidly and in consequence stock is thriving and the cattle are already assuming ample proportions and give promise of a splendid crop of "exporters" in the mid summer and early fall. The horse disease worked considerable injury in the county, though not near so much as was reported, and the scourge seems to have spent its strength and the farmers are working their stock as of old. Upon the whole the farmers of the county seems to have just cause for rejoicing, with- the splendid prospects recorded above, coupled with Tan abundant berry crop and the further outlook for a bumper fruit crop, there are very few of them who have cause to complain. but itseems Interesting Program. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. WALTON E. MOSS. SHIPTONH. ESTES. DAVIS SUTTON. JAMES H. DALTON. 2nd District CHARLES C. BECKER. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. We have just printed a very interest ing program for the Garrard County Sunday School Assaciation which will convene at the Presbyterian Church Saturday, June 21st This convention is nonsectarian and is for the benefit and uplift of all the Sunday Schools Every one is invited and the County. a large gathering is expected. Mr. Moynahan Gets Contract. jt Mr. Philip Moynahan of Richmond, We are authorized to announce the who has done a great deal of the following candidates for city offices. concrete work in Lancaster, has been For Police Judge. awarded the conctract by the Fiscal Court of Jessamine county to make the e. w. ha'rris. repairs at the bridge at Hickman which J. P. PRATHER. was damaged by the high water recently. The job is a big one, and of no man better qualified to To the stranger who visits Lancaster the many civic improvements in pro- tackle it than clever Phil Moynahan. gress give a favorable impression, lends to the city an air of thrift, an air of George Brown Purchases Automobile, business pervades the atmosphere and Mr. George A. Brown of Preachers-villthey go away imbued with the idea that son of Mr. A. B. Brown Jr. of Lancaster is one of the best towns on this place has purchased a handsome the map in accordance with its size. new Ford machine and is enjoying the Lancaster has great possibilities, and pleasure of driving along the country great future. Sur- roads in that splendid neighborhood. is destined for a rounded by as good farming country as Mr. Brown mastered the intricacies of . .. .. is known in the world, traversed from tne macmne in a night a time, the car center to circumference by splendid was sent to him one afternoon and he roads, there is no reason whv the coun- drove it to Lancaster the following ty should not develop and the town morning unaccompanied. grow in keeping with that developWe want some of your coal orders ment. What we need is industries, industries that will provide employment on no other grounds than the merits of for our labor, and at the same time the coal, we have taken the agency provide a market for our products, and for the High Cliff mines, just now for some time we will have these. Our the first time on the market, try a people are rapidly becoming imbuedjwith small load don't take our word for it Garrard Milling Co. the idea that it is better to have home we-knoe, ed that we must let this season pass Many circumstances without it. combined to prevent having an exhibition this year, but with the coming of another year we hope to give one "bigger and better than ever". Garrard county has established an enviable reputation for giving a splendid stock fair, and our people took great pride in it, and we are exceedingly sorry that it became necessary to mis3 one exhibition, but it has been decreed the otherwise, and just remember promise above made for next year. The Richmond Chautauqua. ...... The date this year is from June 25th to July 1st. The program is much stronger than last year's. Among the lecturers are Governor Folk, Edward Adam Amherst Ott, of Beade and Emit Seidel, Milwaukee, Ralph Bingham, and others n equally famous. The Concert Company, and the Weather-wa- x Brothers quartette, together with other famous musical organizations The will delight all, day after day. world famous Kryl's band with new features will give a sacred concert Sunday afternoon and night This alone is worth the price of a seeson ticket The Ben Greet Players, the most successful Shakesperian company in the world will give "A Comedy of Errors". Mrs. Isabella Gargill Beecher, the famous elocutionist will delight all with her Mrs. Leonora Lake will readings. lecture on "The Divine Rights of the Child". Send to the Chautauqua Committee, Richmond, for folders and full The season tickets in adparticulars. vance are $2.00; after the Chautauqua begine the price is ?2.50. Marx-Berge- one as to whether or not he would be a candidate before the primary to be held in August 1914 for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator to succeed Senator W. O. Bradley. Governor McCreary has issued a lengthy card of announcement, which for want of space prevents us from producing in full. In his card he reviews and joints with pride to his record, two terms as Governor, his services in the state legislature, in the lower house of Congress and in the Senate. He asserts his belief that the two wings of the Republican party, the followers of Pres't Taft and Col. Roosevelt, will unite upon a candidate, and pointing withTpride to his handsome majority when elected Governor, expresses the belief that he would be able to win in the final struggle for the United States Senatorship. Gov. McCreary asserts that it was not his intention to make this race, but that "hundreds of democrats have by letter and in person stated to me that my obligation to the people and the interest of the Democratic party, to which I have belonged all my life, require that I should be a candidate for United States Senator, and when the statements of my friends are added to my desire to be of service to Kentucky and to the United States, I have decided to become a candidate." Gov. McCreary states that the delay in announcing was due to his waiting for the seventeenth amendment to be ratified and made a part of the constitution, when U. S. Senators would be elected by the direct vote of the people, an amendment for which he voted three times while a member of congress and which he held in the highest esteem. He points with pride to the "progressive legislation" which he claims to have been active in having enacted into laws in Kentucky, principal among which was the primary election law. He asserts that he entered the gubernatorial office with the state under a heavy burden of debt seddled Catarrhal Fever Has About Run Its Course upon it by the recent republican administration, but asserts that he hopes Among The Stock 01 The County to see the revenue of the state at the end of the fiscal year pay the annual And Apprehension Rapidly Disindebtedness, with the exception of appearing From The Minds the interest on the state debt accumulated during the republican rule. The Of The Horse Owners. Governor closed his card with the folCatarrhal fever which occasioned lowing characteristic announcement such a terrible scare and created some and appeal to the people of the comhavoc among the horses of the county monweal th:- has about made its disappearance, and "The verdict of the voters of the with an occasional death from an old United States in the last presidential case, and with no new cases making election must be upheld. The people their appearance the minds of horse must rule. Monoplies must be de owners are becoming less and less ap- throned. The power of special inter prehensive, and within a very short ests must be destroyed. The unjust time it will have completely disappear- burdens of tariff taxes must be reed. Garrard county was not the o.nly moved. The currency laws must be locality to suffer from this disease, revised and made more beneficial and press reports from all over the state suitable for the people. And all othei tell of its ravages, and over in Madison just and needed reforms, set forth in our neighboring county, it is equally as the National Democratic platform, severe as it was reported to be in this must be complied with. county. Reports as to the existence "As it is more than one year before of this disease and the fatalities re- the prhaary election is held, in which sulting therefrom are always exagger- a United States Senator will be nomiated, and gather with the telling; this nated, I shall not commence a speakwas the case here jjnd it is also the case ing canvass for several months, and in Richmond, the loss of one horse by a will devote my time to the discharge of liveryman grows to half a dozen and a my official duties as Governor. At the scare grows with the exaggeration of proper time, however, I shall speak to the story, and injury to business is the the people in every part of the State. However, there is no denying result, "I have had long training in public the fact that the disease is a menace, affairs and know the needs of Kenand every precaution should be exerci- tucky and the United States. My long sed to prevent its spread, but in many experience in national legislation will cases this precaution bordered on the enable me, if elected, to render good extreme. It is not a good idea to throw and ethcient service as soon as 1 com precaution to the wind however, be- mence to discharge the duties of Uncause the disease seems to be on the ited States Senator, and my heart will wane; sanitary measures should still be be full of gratitude to all who support observed, and every care taken to see that your horses do hot come in conIf you want some good coal for your tact with diseased stock, but with the cook stove that wont fill your stove observance of these measures you may with soot and cinder try a small load of be satisfied, and may go about your our High Cliff. Garrard Milling Co. daily vocation feeling that with proper your stock is safe from the precaution All pattern hats at cost. invasion of this or other diseases to Rella Adnold they are peculiar. which Another School House. for collector of this district. They say that he has formed no combination, The school house at West Point that he is running on his own merits, Hyattsille is to be replaced at near once by and that he has done more good, hard a handsome and substantial work for the Democratic party than Steve Lewis the coloml any other aspirant for the place, as carpenterof Hyattsvillehas the contract was shown by an article recently pub- for the building of the new house. lished in the Record. Bull ENCOURAGING. Moose To Conduct Aggressive Campign In Eighty Counties. High Prices For Tobacco May Again Prevail This Year. Concerning the outlook for good prices on the coming tobacco crop, the following news from Washington is very interesting. The second report under the Cantrill census law has just been issued and shows a very favorable condition of the crop from the farmer's viewpoint, especially as to the Burley type. It should be borne in mind that there is practically no Burley tobacco in the hands of the farmer of the 1912 croD and that it will be seven months before the 1913 crop will begin to move to market On October 1, 1912, there were 250,000,000 pounds of Burley in the hands of dealers and manufacturers. From October 1. 1912. to Mav 1. 1913, the entire 1912 croD went into the hands ofjthe manufacturers. This 1912 Burley crop was estimated at about 225,000,000 pounds, Adding this amount to the 215.000.000 pounds on hand October 1, 1912, and then subtracting the 327,000,000 pounds now on hand. shows that 113,000,000 pounds have been consumed within the past six months. It is fair to presume that consumption of Burley will be the same for the next six months as for the past six. Upon this basis we will eo to market next winter under the same condition as last year, namely about 250,000,000 pounds of Burley in the hands of the manuf acturero. Last year the entire crop of Burley sold for an average of nearly fourteen cents a pound and there is no reason why this year's crop, now being planted, should not bring a good price. This report shows the consumption of Burley tobac co equals the production for the last year. The State Executive Committee of the Progressive party in Kentucky concluded a very important meeting in Louisville on Tuesday, at which it was decided to establish several newspapers at various points in the state to advocate their cause where it was deemed expedient It was also decided to place candidates in the field in about eighty counties. They will have candidates in evey legislative district, and will adhere to the primary as a means of nominating. Rules to govern during the coming campaign were promulgated. One of the most interesting ruling3 was that no appointed official or Federal office holder should be allowed to attend a convention as a delegate. Miss McRoberts Itinerary. Miss Letty Mae McRoberts who will spend the summer in Europe traveling with a small party of friends will reach Gibraltar tomorrow. Her parents are expecting a cablegram from her as soon as she arrives. From there she will go to Italy to spend one month, thence to Interlakcn, in the heart of Switzerland, visiting the Tyrol and the Dolomites, the most wonderful mountain group in Europe during the heated term. She will cross Germany twice in order to see the interesting cities and the beauties of the Rhine. One week she will be in Holland, the country that offers so much to tourists in a short time. Paris, the Mecca of all travelers, the center of art and fashion and to many the most interesting city in Europe, she will reach the middle of August, and in France and England will spend the remaining weeks visiting Stratford, Oxford, London and the interesting lake country before sailing from Liverpool in September. W Drink Mint- - Cola. - tt 'M? . The Central Record, Friday, June 13, 191 8. & Page 3 3ME -- aWfca:l M ROAD WORK HINTS. (fE y, DO 30 DC 35E 1E0 30 HE 30 31 n R. Quit "foolin"' with the roads and get down to business. Your grandfather's ways will not hold up under present day traffic. wide. OUR GREAT The road question is interstate and nation inter-count- well as national waterways? Why not national highways as Give your Binder a chance. POOR ROADS KEEP FROM Protect yourself from Binder trouble by using RELIABLE MILLIONS SCHOOL Unim- Ignorance and Poverty Due to proved Highways. I The following Is an extract from a very interesting ami Important contribution to Farm and Fireside: "Out of 25.000,000 children iu the United States fewer than 18,000.000 go to Echool. Is Now at Its Best. Don't Miss It, Manufacturers of Deer-in- g Binders make Deering Twine because they know the kind of twine it takes for their machine, so do not be fooled by buying some other cheap brand of twine. We will sell the DEERING SISAL TWINE at "Of those 7.000,000 children who do not go to school half of them live in the country, where bad roads muddy roads, rutty roads, dangerous roads not only prevent them from getting to and from school, but by their impoverishment of the farm prevent the existence of any good schools for them to go to! WONDERFUL Values in Every Department lOcts a Found. You will pay more if yon buy elsewhere. BeOfcer, Ballard li BRYANTS VILLE, KENTUCKY. ifKZs&z&kdRm IhsieM fWedSJbmle$ orSaie j as- 67? 7rrzr-TT- 4 4 WMI&MT Heir I repairs. jr sx burn, crack, curl or rot like wood shingles, nor have they the 3 great wcignt or bnttleness cf stone slate : besides they are inexpensive and iook better than either. - rni Wry viLu-.7 77Tq7 sy Shingles The roofing that lasts as long as the building and never needs They won't "isissi For Sale by Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. J GOD'S MEDICINES SVs.'S, JyJT "t."i:i.jtWsf A.hA 'WMW WHITE-HOON CHARLIE The S Cobs; Ktrtilist omciNTcn of ChEtEMtE F.EKKiES INDliH SOPE according1 to tho Original & Exclusive Formulae & Recipes of Charlie y The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded Whito-IslooCow-boCOM-CEL-SA- E, n, Body-Toni- c. Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N COM Itl-SA- & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky To GOING AFTER THE Save Life First i You need something to clean op disinfect and kill parasites. LICE. will do the work. 9 ICRESO DIP fis. C DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We hae a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or write for one. SURE and property afterwards is the fireman's duty. Your duty is to see that in case of fire your loved ones are not made homeless and penniless. Order a fire insurance policy from ustoday. Every day's delay means the risk of seeing your family without a home or the means of getting one. FRED P. FRISBIE. Office Citizens National Bank. REMcROBERTS 5 Son, Lancaster, Ky 117) Henry Anderson of Broadhead is with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson of this neighborNINA. ROADS RAISE PRICES. hood. He is just from the Richmond an he underwent Infirmany where Mrs. Barbara Creech is very sick at One Instance of the Advantages el operation for Appendicitis. He says Better Highways. he has been greatly this writing. that he feels that A contrasting picture of the effect of benefitted. Mr. Lige Baker bought of Mote good roads upon farm prices is paintCasey one Calf for $19. ed by a daily newspaper of the grain Master Earl D. Jones of Richmond is belt in this manner: Best Laxative For The Aged. visiting his aunt Mrs. Morris Ross. "A good farm on a bad road. Nice Old men and women feel the need of Mr. Mote Casey sold to Mr. Lee house. Modern improvements. Fine team. High fertility. Seven miles from a laxative more than young folks, but Williams one sow and pigs for $32.50 town. Owner wants to sell. Adver- it must be safe and harmless and one Mr. W E. Whittaker and wife visittises. Buyer comes. Has plenty of which will not cause pain. Dr. King's ed her father Mr. Sutton Sunday cash, seeking good farm, pleasantly New Life Pills are especially good for located. Roads fierce. Conversation the aged, for they act promptly and night. Mr. Nathanial Prewitt and wife of hinges on highway. Buyer wants good easily. Price 25c. Recommendroad to town. Boy in school. Likes to easily, Broaddus Branch visited Mr. and Mrs. & Son. go Iu to plays, lectures, church ed by. R. E. McRoberts Ma3on Malear Sunday. Couldn't offer over $100 an acre and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson visited doesn't think he wants the farm at all. PAINT IjICK. their daughter Mrs. Carol Prewitt SatNo sale. urday night and Sunday. "Same thing; similar farm, similar circumstances, except good, permanent Miss Dorthy Whittaker of Madion Estridge has Little Stella Burnam road, good every day in the year. Ownhas been the week end guest of her the measels. er thinking of selling. Same man with aunt Mrs. R. W. Sanders. cash iu hand looking for farm. ConMiss Margaret Andereon has for her Mrs. R. W. Sanders and little daughversation hinges on price. Offers $150 guest Miss Marian Nolan. ter Lucile visited her brother Mr. Arch Owner can't see it. Keeps edging up Miss Jane Terry of Richmond is thehittaker of Madison Monday. ?5 at a time. Sale closed nt $200 per guest of Misses Louise and Nellie Riceacre. Everybody happy." Not the least Importaut phase of the Mrs. Sallie Russ Lawson of LancasThe Dyspeptic Ostrich. whole highway agitation Is the effect ter spent Saturday with Mrs M K Ross. Long ago the plieuoinennl power of of good roads not only upon farm comthe stomach of the ostrich was immorforts and contentment, but upon farm Mrs. Mattie Rout and Mrs. J. Bruce talized In the idiom of all the world's Marprices. A farm which had never been Lawson spent Monday with Mrs. great languages. . To have the "stompriced above $75 an acre before the tha Ely. ach of an ostrich" Is the synonym for construction of good roads sold wKhln suMr. H. E. Ruckerof Louisville has incomparable digestive power, the a few months after their construction preme flight of gastric laudation. Those to his home after a visit to for $112.30 an acre, the owner admit- returned omnivorous beings of the dime museting the advance In value was due his parents. um who devour hardware In public for solely tft the new highways. Such inMr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes of Lan so much per week are always down on cidents are far from rare. The amount anu Mrs. the bills as "human ostriches." Well, asked for road Improvement is large caster spent Sunday with Mr. to make a long story short, the whole Francis. enough at times to stagger us, but Jas. thing from beginning to end Is nature there are proofs in plenty that the reMrs. Merritt Woods of Keene, Ky faking, pure and simple As a matter turns are not long In coming and that spent a few days with her aunt Miss of fact, the ostrich, ir not a confirmed the problem is so large as to call for dyspeptic, has a most delicate digesMargaret Renuick. an expenditure and a policy In keep tion. The largest single entry In osing. Mrs. Mattie Sandusky of Nicholas trich mortality records Is acute Indl ville is visiting her sisters Mrs. Robert gestion. The successful feeding of os Bringing the Farmer to Town. Guyn ana Miss Margaret Rennick. tricues In captivity reqnlres constant Among the ways of providing better School will close its care. Argonaut. The Consolidated transportation facilities for the dairyman and fanner, none seems more fea- to with two evenings of entertain Early England's Animals. sible than a radial system of good ment, on June 17th and 18th, Tuesday Ilford. in Essex. Uulnud. Is famous roads running out Into the country for and Wednesday next. One ticket will ten or fifteen miles. Farmers then o,lmif to hoth. On Tuesday night the In the annals of geological research, could drive In with their products at program wiil be furnished by the school, discoveries there giving an idea of the dangerous state of the Thames valley any season of the year and save the and on Wednesday night tion. i. J. at an early date in Its history. The profits of possibly two middlemen and will deliver an elephant, the rhinoceros and the bear of at least one. the railroad. In prac- Coates, of Frankfort roamed wild, and the prehistoric travDont miss this. tice It generally works out that this address. dodged them still ran the saving Is shared by both the consumer from eler who Rv niekine out the big ones risk of encountering the tiger or the producer. It would seem that any and each of the home teams, our ballplay- bison. The number of teeth discovercity could well afford to contribute Point Leavell nine down to ed at Ilford shows the elephant to as a business proposition to ers held the taking a shut out for theirs. have been particularly common. such a project, which would both bring one scorej trade to her merchants and cheaper The Pointers Lackey d one run and the Didn't Half Try. food for her people. Winnipeg Tele-Cra- Painters lacked it. These two teams Father How's this. Harold? I hear and Kirksville are expecting to mix it Come yon have been as bad as you could nil nn together on Saturday. you got to say Value of Good Roads. early to the school diamond and watch be today. What have Hnrold-PIe- ase One of our most able writers on rural for yourself? Small triple. the economics has said that be would dedon't believe all you hear. papa. I duct $3 per acre from tho price of a Paint Lick's Koin to be an awful could have been a whole lot worse. farm for every mile away from town noisy place directly. There's the mak-i- n' Chicago News. or shipping point He has not put It Musical instru- nf a hand here. any too strongly, for the market and What a Woman Say. is bein' lugged in from all the maints facilities for marketing are large ele- snrroundin' deestncks, and what s SIngleton- -1 want to ask you a quesments in the value of a farm. It Is on onto 'em, tion, old man. Wedderly-Co- me variously estimated that a farm In a worse, they're aimin to play n woman alyou cam t with it SIngleton-lJo- es locality where tho roads are generally too. Hit's got so, already, ways mean what she says? Wedder-l- y improved Is worth from $10 to $25 per stick yaur head out the door without During courtship she doesn"t, but up acre more than the same farm would hearin' from one to two you bet she does. Chi- ifter marriage be worlh If the roads were unimproved. and down and across the scale promis- cago News. We cus. The worst is yet to come. Ulcers And Skin Troublas. Possibly. did aim to try and turn this beautiful village into a summer reesort, but it s Henry Do you think she woqjd If you are suffering with anv old runEthel nary sum me If 1 should propose? ning or fever sores, ulcers, boils, ecze- all of Aiow. We cain't have a nsin' young bras "Thy, of course. She has accepted lots ma or other skin troubles, get a box of mer reesort with (This, Mr. worse looklug chaps than you. ExBucklen's Arnica Salve and you will band in everybody's ear. change. is what was given to me in a get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones Editor, want of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from note. The writer said he didn't preNext Step. an ugly ulcer for nine months and any names mentioned, and would Knlcker Children are now raising under the their parents. Bocker The next genBucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in fer to remain synonomous, eration will engajje lu parent study. weeks. Will help you. Only 25c Rec- nom de plumage of an Endignent New York Sun. ommended by R. E. McRoberts, y toot-tootin' ac-:e- pt "Many children are killed each year walking railroad tracks to school. Why? They have no roads to walk on. Many children each year have no schools to go to. Why? The roads are so bad there Is no profit in fanning, no money for schools, no progress, no growth, no ambition. Hundreds of thousands of eli I Id re u yearly have to do with a little schooling, a little part of a term at Why? Because father needs school their help on the farm. He isn't making money enough to spare his children's time for school days, because he has to pay so much for hauling his crops to market he has no profit left for extra hired help! "Isn't it your problem, too. Mrs. Mother? Isn't It worth your while to agitate the question? Isn't It worth your while to bring it up in church, in school. In society, in club, in neighborhoodto talk, to Inquire, to agitate, to educate those who don't know and perhaps don't want to know, to understand that the expense of good roads Is like the expense of a new threshing machine, plow or a pair of horses, sure to come back many fold In the course of time?" Welsh & IL 30 FLAT WOO I) W. H. Futrsold Dishon for $37. W1F9 E HH Like To Have A Pest Office? Louib-viil- e. Qo0 30 Read The The ' Danville, Kentucky, 11 3E 30 'on- - S ior every ap- - UUKNA VISTA Thos C. Scott spent Sunday in Fcllowing Instructions Poslcdice From a cow to George liant to fill out an application blat may be obtained from the and notice of time of the examination will be sered a few days before it is hekl. In every case . the character and record of the api- cant must be good and the applicant be vouched for by at Iea3t five per- which , ' it wm mv necessary Department GovernSecuring Class Of T. M. Scott and family were visitors Billie Gafney bought a cow from Wm in Nicholasville Sunday. Howard Lane of Indiana is the guest Bryant for $35.00. sold a calf to Lenard of his sister Mrs. T. M. Scott. Wm Rothwell Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickeroon, Mr. Hammonds for $13. and Mrs. R. S. Brown of Lancaster Rev. A. C. Baird preached at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday. ing The Fourth Offices. Mrs. Smith that we mentioned in our former letter as being very sick died on June the 2nd. Millard Johnson's little son Willie V. was seriously hurt last Sunday evening, by being run over by a vehicle, Dr. Kinnaird dressed his injuries. were guests of Mrs. Belle Poore Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Lancaster and Mrs. Geo. Compton of Independence Mo; visited their biother Joe Hamilton and family last week. We are glad to report Miss Florence Christopher doing nicely after having undergone an operation at the Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington last Wednesday. Washington. June C. Members of Congress have little to do in connec-- 1 tion with the fillinc of fourth-clas- s post offices. Civil Service examinations v. ill be neiu ior tne lining 01 eacn iourtn- class office, and these examinations will be open to all including the present postmasters. It would not appear from the copy of the Civil Service Commission's in structions to applicants for the fourth that class postmaster examinations the tests are very severe, and yet ex perience shows that there are not a few who fail to pass. The subjects covered by the examination and the credits given are: (1) Elementary arithmetic and ac- counts (simple tests in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers and common and decimal fractions and statements of postmaster's accounts), 40 credits. legibility, (the (2) Penmanship neatness, and general appearance of Womans Fair. ' Mks Jennie Higgins as chairman of one e,,artment on The Womans Fair wjjj 0irer liberal premiumns of the follou ing; Best exhibit of hand work from 1, 2, 3, A, 5. 6, 7, and 8 grades. Best hand made apron. Beat handmade shirt waist. tfest dressed doll all clothes to ba handmade by girl not over 13. Best one ponnd box of candy. Best picture frame by boy of any grade. Best Manual Training Exhibit. Best exhibit of drawing. ROOSEVELT AND DETESTS WHISKEY. BOTH BEER Only Brinks Light Wines And Champagne And That subject of letter writing), 10 credits. (3) Letter writing (a letter of not Sparingly. less than 125 words on one of two subjects furnished), ten credits. Theodore Roosevelt, a picture of rud(4) Copying manuscript addresses dy vigor and perfect health, turned a accurately square jaw in (a simple test in copjing the direction of twelve addresses given) ten credits. farmers, teamstera, miners and wood(5) Faciluiei for transacting pos- men in court and gave his character for tal business (based on the location sobriety as "not a total abstainer" but of the post office site, the coneni-enc- e never intoxicated in his life. His tesof office arrangements, etc.) thir- timony and that of others corroborated ty credits; total 100 credits. such a description of abstemiousness. The examination in the first subIf the sturdy looking man who sptnt ject consists of five questions along seven years in performing the duties of the following lines: president of the United States saw In question 1 the competitor is giv- anything curious in his position of exadd and en eight whole numbers to plaining to the twelve toilers that he from their sum he is required to, IVHH Tint" rfllll" n flrnrL-'r- ! linrruj1 a . subtract another given whole number. Jn an aeged ,ibeIous fay , K'- in question me cuiupcuiui . Rw)r(rp xWilt i,:nIln. en the value of the stamps canceled tenance did not betray it, nor did his nt n cnrtiiin niWt office: the aillOUllt :;"::":".-....,- .i manner. .. OVu oi money rece.v The ylitm!Sa expres3ed a detestation periodical postage, unu uuui mc wc for whiskey and beer. Of the latter he of waste paper, twine, etc; also the could remember having taken only one He is required mouthful in his life. box rents collected. That was at the to enter the figures in a given form Deutscher club in Milwaukee, where he and to compute the salary of the was urged to pay the tribute of a swalpostmaster for the quarter in accord- low of the amber brew. As for whisky ance with the directions given in the he got it mostly under protest upon inform. sistence of his doctors, who put a question 3 consists of multiplicaof it in milk which they sometion and division of decimals, and al- times pressed upon him on occasions of decso the reduction of a fraction to a extreme fatigue. imal. In epitome, the former prjsident's applica- -' Question 4 is a practcal testimony showed that he drank liquor tion of measurements, such as find-- 1 or wine when compelled to for indise boxes of a position or when the conventionalities ing how many given size can be put in a certain of public occasions required, except space, or how many yards of lino- that he takes a glass of light wine, leum of a given width are required rarely two glasses, with his meals. to cover a floor of a given size, etc. Much of the succeeding testimony In question 5 the competitor is was introduced to indicate that the given the amount and fee of each mon- - pIa;ntlfrs physical vigor, his functional ey order issuea ana tne amount oi perfection, his violence of exercise and each money order paid at a given caracity for work could not exist in post office for a certain month. From the person of one who got drunk, and this date he is to make statement of that fr0quently, as the alleged libellous the postmaster's account with the j e(jitorial in the Iron Ore charged. Government in a prescribed form and, to balance the statement. All persons securing an average of 70 will get their names on the eligible News Of The Churches. list, and from three highest the post- - ( master-generwill select the post master. In the caso of persons hon- orably discharged from the military i Rev w Vaughn will conduct the or naval service by reason of disa-- , serv5ce3 at the Baptist church next bility from wounds received or sick-- 1 Sundav morning. ness incurred in the line of duty, an Rev. J. W. Beagle of Covington, average of 65 will be sufficient and su-- h applicant will be given prefer-- , with his estimable family will move and take i to our midst in a few weeks over all others in appointment. ' Where the office pays more than charge of the Baptist church here. He $500 persons over 65 years are made hopes to be in the field by the fifth Where women are de- - Sunday of this month and take up the ineligible. clared by statute of full age for all work. RevBeagle has had charge of the purposes at 18, they are eligible to ; Covington church for quite a while and examination and appointment The his congregation there give him up We welcome examination in each case will be held with much reluctance. at the most convenient point and will him and his family to our city and trust be conducted when possible, by local he may find the work pleasant here Marking of the and that his efforts may prove very examining boards. papers will be done by the Commis- - successful , ' lfcf-nlla- nt ii '... post-offic- al ( j ' ce ' 5 4dT( -. J.- tjl K '''" Page 4 rfwaWiAf j ii The Central Record, Friday, June 13, 1913. NO DIFFERENCE rgfefaiiMlliils r Most Children Have Worms. - The Proof Is Here The Same As Every Pursley's Iiifliaii Herlis Composed of Roots, Herbs, and Barks, for all I where. I Blood Diseases, aBLSaaswatassiBialV Rheumatism,Kidney 4rHssssssssssssssVeSSBDsWsBWi Liver, Stomach,',Ner-vousnes- s and FeDAKOTA. JACK, male Diseases. The North Western Cow Boy. For those who seek relief from kidney backache, weak kidneys, bladder ills, Doan's Kidney Pill offer hope of relief and the proof is here in Lancaster, the same as everywhere. Lancaster people have used Doan's and Lancaster people recommend Doan's, the kidney remedy used in America for fifty years. Why run the risk of dangerous kidney ills fatal Bright's disease. Here's Lancaster proof. Inves- tigate 45 T DAYS TREATMENT FOR $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Stings 4- - for a" Pam Deafness, Burns, 25cts per Bottle. Sprains Etc. CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Bath. lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts, All on sale at jj )WT(S3:rlMiJlirll WmMWM)'' E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman 5 Son, Lowell, Ky. J. ili , Beauty Is Only Faint Deep self-respe- v when it concc to houses. When the paint wears off, the house is no longer beautiful. A house in need of paint is an eyesore to In justice to your neigha community. you bors, as well as to your and, should Keep your house in justice to yourself, you should see that well-paint- Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark.) and Pure Linseed Oil. You can is used on your building. secure thu r.iost "beautiful us well as the most durable results with this paint. By any tint and any shade tdding colors-in-o- .l can be obtained. We sell these materials as well as all the other painting requisites. Come in and have a talk with us, and see if we can't suggest a color scheme for your house that will appeal to your good taste. paint C.C.& J, E. Stormes Lancaster, Ky. 'tplpsjv 1 fsSS ill W fmW n jj8MeetiatjointL 1 CS patented Joint has THAT the whole business of building silos by making it possible to construct a perfectly solid stavesilo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at e stave these joints, a two-piec- W. M. Zanone, Campbell & Crab Money Back for any case of Orchard Sts., Lancaster, Ky, says;-"M- y I kidneys were disordered and the am m Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai at r"..- rt ssr kidney secretions were irregular in I m mWM passage and contained sediment. I had MT. HEKUON Solace Fails To Remove. pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty in straightenMrs. W. L. Grow is on the sick list SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney at this writing. cal discovery of three German Scien Pills and they completely relieved me." Mr. A. S. Dean bought of Mr. Edd tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Foster-Milbur- n Co, Buffalo, New York, Grow a young horse for $130. sole agents for the United States. Mr. H. R. Montgomery sold a cow take, and will not affect the weakest Remember the name Doan's and and calf to Mr. C. A. Arnold price $40. stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food take no other. Miss Nettie Hunter is the guest of and Drugs Law to be absolutely free Miss Peachie May Sanders at Coy this from opiates or harmful drugs of any week. BAKKSBUlfy. description Mr. L. E. Speaks delivered a bunch SOLACE is a pure specific in every Bob Speaks sold 20 hogs to Clate of hogs to C. A. Arnold Wednesday at way, and has been proven beyond ques7J and 7i cts. per lb. Arnold at 7$. tion to be the surest and quickest remMr, Arnold also bought of different edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Mr. Jim Aldridge has been sick for parties m this locality some cattle for medical science, no matter how long several weeks. delivery at 5c. per lb. standing. It reaches and removes the George Huffman sold a calf to Mr. later Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Crawford were root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Teater for $18.00 with their brother Mr. J. L. Crawford purifies the blood. Mr. B. G. Dunn has been quite sick at Lexington from Friday "'I have had this wagon twenty-tw- o years, and THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek until Sunday. for several days. during that time it cost me only $6.00 for repairs, and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were with are the Sole U. S. Agents and have that was for setting two tires." Miss Pattie Belle Burk closed a select his father Mr. W. N. Grow Sunday and thousands of voluntary testimonial let'And after twenty-tw- o years of daily use in good school last Tuesday. attended Sunday School at the new ters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored and bad weather and over all kinds of roads, 1 will Mrs. Sarah Mahan has been confined church at Pleasant Hill. to health. Testimonial letters, literput this wagon against any new wagon of another Mr. James Hamilton of Hamilton ature and FREE BOX sent upon re- to her bed for the past week. make that you can buy today." Valley and Miss Ovelia Montgomery of qnest. Mrs. Lynn Clark and children are "Studebaker wagons are built of d lumber this place, but who has been clerking R. Lee Morris, president of the First confined to their room with measles. and tested iron and steel. Even the paint and varnish at Hamilton Vally the past three months National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote are subjected to a laboratory test to insure wearing The sick horse belonging to C. A. were united in marriage at the home of the Solace Company as follows: qualities." "I want you to send a box of Solace Robinson was not "pink eye" as was Rev. J. W. Mahan at Marksbury last "No wagon made is subjected to a many teats or is more supposed at first, but was caused from Tuesday afternoon. They have the to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for carefully made than a Studebaker. You can buy them of Studewhich I enclose $1. This remedy has being overheated. wishes of her many friends here. baker dealers everywhere." mm been used by some friends of mine "Don't listen to the dealer who wants to sell you a cheap Miss Mary Chesnut accompanied here and I must say its action was won wagon, represented to be 'just as good as a Studebaker." her cousin Miss Chesnut of Oklahoma L0T1. (Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. Farm wagons, trucks, dump wagons and carts, delivery to Chattanooga where they will spend Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. wagons, buggies, surreys, depot wagons and harness of all kinds sometime with relatives. of the tame high standard as the Studebaker vehicles. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Mr. Joe Simpson of Steward Oklahoma Rev. D. W. White of Louisville, Ky. ia here visiting relatives. AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY See oar Dealer or writs w. will speak at the Fork church at 3 "No Special Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray visited her TAKING SOLACE. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. o'clock p. m. June 22 in interest of mother Sunday night and Monday. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST NEW YORK CHICAGO KANSAS CITY SOLACE ALONE does the work. DENVER Anti Saloon League every-bod- y DALLAS invited. Miss Florence Grow wa3 the pleasant MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND. ORS. Write today for the free box, etc. Miss Eugenia Pollard entertained guest of Miss Leila Teater last week. SOLACE REMEDY CO., the ladies working society at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ray was the Thursday, Miss Pollard who is skilled guest of his mother Battle Creek Mich. Mrs. Eliza Ray in the line of cooking served a good Sunday. dinner which was greatly enjoyed by Mr. Howard of Madison Co. has been the guests. the recent guest of his brother Mr. Tom Howard. Guaranteed Eczema Remedy. Miss Lida Mae Ray was the guest of M The constant itching, burning, red' her friend Mis3 Leila Teater Saturday ness, rash and disagreeabla effects of night and Sunday. eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles Mr. and Mrs. Marce Long was the and irritating skin eruptions can be guest of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Long of LOWEST IN COST Because HIGHEST IN QUALITY readily cured ?nd the skin made clear Madison Sunday. and smooth with Dr. Hobsons Eczema Mr. Willie Ray and daughter Stella Don't forget, when you buy fence, welded at every joint, which gives it Ointment Mr. J. C. Eveland, of Bath Ford was thefeuest of his brother Mr. that price is not cost. Price is only what greatest strength and longest life, and 111., says:"I had eczema twenty-fiv-e John A Ray Sunday. you pay when you buy. Cost is all you reduces maintenance cost to the lowest years and had tried everything. All Mr. Sim Foilor and daughter of Texas have had to pay up to the time you must figure. failed. When I found Dr. Hobson's is visiting his sister Mrs. Cronley replace the old fence with new. In "Pittsburgh Perfect" you get more Eczema Ointment I found a cure, This ointment is the formula of a phy Broadus of this place. low cost to you of "Pittsburgh quality and genuine fence service for The Mrs. James Sanders was the recent sician and has been in use for years Perfect" Fence is because it is made less money than any other fence affords. not an experiment. That is why we guest of her daughter Mrs. Less Harber That's the point to remember. of special Open Hearth wire, electrically can guarantee it. All druggists, or by of Danville last week. AAf3 Made in Different Stylee for FIELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. Tf nA mail. Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Mr. and Mrs. George Grow and iXUU UUdrdUlCCU CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Co, Philadelphia and St Louis. family was the guest of her father Mr. Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade R. Z. Price Wednesday and Thursday. you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. Mrs. George Brown while visiting BUOKEYK. Pittsburgh Perfect" Brandt of Barbed Wire; If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write her sister Mrs. Miley was called to the Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twisted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Sprint Coil Wire; Fence bed side of her mother Mrs. Anderson Staples; Poultry Netting Staples ; Regular Wire Mrs. Harrison Ray is visiting Mrs. who is critical ill. Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Co. h Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Tie. S, Dan Doolin at Bourne. Perfect" Fencing. Au made of Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth materiaL Miss Her Hill entertained a few of PltEAUHEllSVlLLE. her friends at dinner Tuesday. m it Many mothers think their childfen are suffering from indigestion, headache, nervousness, weakness, costive-nss- s, when they are victims of that most common of all children's ailments worms. Peevish, fretful children, who toss and grind their teach, with bad breath and colicy pains, have all the symptoms of having worms, and should be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge which expels worms, regulates the bow els, tones up the system, and makes children well and happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. SkkOnFire? Schulz's Cut Flowers Just the mild, simple wash, the well known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, and the Itch is crone. A trial will prove it. We have sold other remedies for skin trouble but none that we could guarantee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. If the first regular size $1.00 bottle doe not do exactly as we say, it will not cost you a cent. R. E. McRoberts & Son. and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE .V r? .&&. 'PJ$ m MmMS!ci s IESSSSKSS3533i 1 "Studebaker wagons certainly last a long time" air-driV- Pittsburgh Perfect xr..- - i lf!iiv:rtf Pitta-burg- 'Wam Pittsburgh Steel is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very much less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you on next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. W. P. Kincaid, Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 22nd. 1913. $.50 Trip Round 1 .SO Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th,;i3 W. H. Harris, President. L. W. Faulkner, Secretary Misses Allen and Virginia Bourne Mr. Quincy Naylor sold a cow to Mr. were guests of Mrs. J. S. Gilbert last Wm. Naylor near Stanford for $40. week. Mr. F. F. Cummins has returned to Mrs. Charlie Wheeler of Mercer Co. Florida to attend to his business there. is visiting her sister Mrs. Andrew Mr. Levi Bell has been attending Bogie. circuit court at Stanford as a grand Mr. Lillard Miles of Somerset visited juror. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles Mrs. Ona Naylor was a guest of Mrs. Monday. George W. Naylor and Miss Katherine Mrs. Patience Metcalf of Judson Payne last week. visited her daughter Mrs. Robert CarMrs. Lettie Thompson, and little daughter Miss Iva, visited Mrs. Josh ter last week. Mr. Charlie Barker and son of Dan- Daniels near Lancaster. Little Marie Cummins, handsome ville were with Mrs. Hiram Ray a few little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. days last week. Cummins has been quite sick. Rev. H. M. Demoss of Louisville, Mrs. H. G. Cummins visitrd her son, was with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel the Mr. James F. Cummins, the popular latter part of the week. clothier at Stanford last week. Miss Lyda B. Logan and Theo Cotton Rev. English, pastor of the Baptist of Kirksville were guests of Miss church will be in his pulpit Saturday P. Barbara Gulley Sunday. M., Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Cecil Broadus who has been Miss Lizzie Brock, who spent some camping'down at Kentucky river for a time with Mrs. Faulkner Kennedy has week has returned home. gone to Lancaster to visit relatives. Mesdames Tatum and L. L. Sanders There were no services at the M. E. of Crab Orchard were with Mrs. Hiram church here Sunday as Rev. Roberts Ray a few days last week. was attendieg the meeting at Caiters-vill- e. A little daughter arrived at the home Mr. William Barnes, who conducted of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Casey June 6th, religious services from house to house and has been christened Myrtle. in this community last winter, is quite Miss Dorthy Whitaker has returned ill of measles and pneumonia at his to her home at Kirksville after a visit home on Gilberts Creek. to her cousin Miss Barbara Gulley. Messrs George W. King and son, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson enter- Carlo B. King and wife, of Norman, tained at dinner Friday in honor of Okla., are visiting relatives in this end Mr. Joe Simpson who is visiting here of Lincoln. They have just bought the from Oklahoma. old Garner place near Cedar Creek and their many friends will be glad to Ulcers And Skin Troublas. know they will locate in this county. Mr. W. H. Cummins, formerly postIf you are suffering with any old running or fever sores, ulcers, boils, ecze- master at this place, came within an ma or other skin troubles, get a box of inch of being drowned on Monday night Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you will of last week. He attempted to cross get relief promptly. MrsTBruce Jones Drake's Creek in a runabout, and the of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from stream being very' full he was washed an ugly ulcer for nine months and down to an island 800 yards below, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in where he managed to get out in safety weeks. Will help you. Only 25c Rec- and return to Crab Orchard next ommended by R. E. McRoberts, UP m An BightYear Competitive Test MASTIC PAM tfv M$ "c0 84, J ; i m ni iwn -- .t wl 1 3" w " fOt. rliulmlutiHHll.lt 'P(4l-0aulbe- fcr .Browk Sheetings." Drills U Co. Ky. epajajrturs.S.O.kay rt tl,(a hm.iJUO.0 10th,181'9 Won out over all other Paint in Longest Endurance C Louisville Qentlsoant village" fa sess 0., we experimented with villagehalf doxanatvarious up Into seotlcns of paint by dividing our brand After" eonplstlngcw Holland", tan house brands of saoh and painting each ten with a different On cneseotlon of ten houses ws used Lead and Oil, the other five ssotlons we used paints aostly used In this ssotlon,and oensldsred to be the leading brands Pacolet Mfg. Co.. of Spartanburg. S. large paint-user- s and are very careful in selecting the best paint money can buy. In order to determine which paint would stand the test of time, they painted some sixty houses for an eight-yea- r endurance test, using the leading brands. Read thisletter.itprovestriat MASTIC PAINT stood the test that fells. THE Profit by the Experience of People Who Know! find that tha tan AAt After eight wears tans covered with "ittSIXO PilST" are In battaf sandl. tlon and stood the test better than any of the othore, van lnoludlng Lead and Oil. till say further that tha houses ware all of the sane aryhlteoturaswaathsrboardsd with ling leaf yellow pins of the saae grade shaving eaae exposure to the euni that Is, none of then were partially proteoted by shad troaa, but fully sxposad. lth the results of tha .ar "n lUSTIO PAUT and can PlM4 reeotnand sass.to any heartily ona who Is a buyer Tours PACOLET Don't experiment with unknown Paint you don't have to Mastic Paint is a certainty, and has been the standard of excellence for over forty years. Mastic Paint never varies in quality, it always assures the best possible results. It is guaranteed for Absolute Purity by its makers, Co., of Louisville, Ky., and we can recommend it highly to our customers. Peaslee-Gaulbert truly, RUrOTAOTORUO CO Jtn.mfWJb reas.i ' FREE Ask for beautifully illustrated book Homes and How To Paint Them., also color card showing45 color combinations. R. E. McRoberts & Son. i. r,fii .jK' lU. lT vf4.5r - I The Central Record, Friday, June IS, 191,3. LATONIA DERBY WILL LIKELY vw;raraMr:.-irT'r5-Trey Page II HI H 'liHWIi M I We Write Anv Kind of I KENTU0E7 Cream of DRAW FIELD OF NINE HORSES Airerlca's Three-Year-OId NSI Oiliee over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky CE Phone 27. Tfioroughbreds Wi:i Office at National Bank. t LI INSTITUTE X Under the Management of Bailie fcr Glory it BeauIlM Race J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. BEAZLEY & COLLIER ejij IH Track en June 141b. The Latonia Derby, with a gross more pounds than the other colts as value ot J8.000, which will be run at a penalty for winning the other Derby. the Latonia race track opposite CinGowell, probably the only nily to cinnati, ou June 14, will be the great- start In the race, will have as mauy est race run In America this year for rooters and backers as any of the This race determines other starters, for she Is owned in the champion ot th9 ' CoUnston, Ky., and Is practically a year, and vhen the huge horseshoe Cincinnati starter. Gowell has had wreath of American Beauty roses is more racing than any ot the other hung around the neck ot the winner . etarters in the Derby. Since April 21 It Is an sight, for the she has been to the post eleven times 20,000 or more people who will see won two races, been secend twice, this will Know that they have Just third five times and fourth twice. seen the best horse of the year triAnother starter that must be reckumph. oned with is Hawthorn, the big LouisThe field In the Latonia Derby this ville horse, who was kept from year will be one of the largest that ing in the Kentucky Derby onstart acever went to the post. At least niny count of illness. He has entirely rehorses will face the starter and every covered, and will be a sure starter. one of them has an excellent chance Foundation will also represent the to be returned the winner. The con- Blue Grass section. This horse retest is going to be a sectional one, cently ran a mile and but really an international one, for at Louisville in the fast time of 1:44. the favorite, or at least the second which is only s of a second choice, will be a Canadian-owneslower than the American record for horse, although he was bred in this this distance. country. Ten rolnt will be the hope The tn o dark horses in the race ara of the eastern turf world. This horse McCorkle and Prince Hermis. Both Is owned by Tony Aste "the Boot of these horses have been performing Black King." Aste derives his title at LouisiIle and have shown marked from the fact that he polished shoes Improvement In their work. They get when a boy on the big eastern race better with each race. McCorkle ran tracks. Saving his mouey, he Invest- in the big handicap on ed it in horse flesh, and now has a Decoration day and finished a goot1 considerable fortune. Ten Point is a fourth, going strong. He is trained great horse, and, although beaten a by Tom McDowell, the Gencouple of times at Louisville, his race tleman, who has sent more than ont.' of last Saturday showed that he is in Demy winner to the post. good form and will be able to ruu a The Latonia Derby niil bo run on magnificent race in the Derby. Saturday, June 14. The I atonia meetGreat Britain, a handsome bay colt ing opens on Monday, June ft, and will owned by George Jl. Hendrie of Wind- continue for 24 dajs, winding up on sor, Canada, will represent the North- Saturday, July 5. Twentj-thre- e thouern Empire in this great struggle. sand dollars in added money will be Great Britain started last Saturday at given the horsemen b the manago-menDouglas Pail, for the first time this which insures the best horss season and defeated some good sprint- In America to compete for the rl- -' ers in a six turlong dash. His trainer stakes. No purse of less than $600 intends to gie him a couple of more will be offered. All the railroads longer races before the running ot the within a radius of K.0 mllns of CincinDerby, and this should put him in nati will gie reduced fares during great shape. the race meeting. Many parties inDonerail, the winner of the Ken tend to arrive in Cincinnati on Satur-dy- , tucky Derby at odds of bettor than June 14, see the Derby and re91 to 1, will represent the Bbie Gracs main over to see the Cincinnati and section or Kentucky, this wonrtertul ("Philadelphia ball teams play on Sun- horse's race in the Kentucky Derby o' ,i r,n- - - This ! -- - nni-ni.nn - eek-enMay 10, when be defeated Ten Point trip. The Latonia " race track is easily and others, is too well known to re- reached from Cincinnati by steam and peat. Donerail will hate to carry five electric cars. three-year-oldthree-year-old g two-firthd t, i' d Notice! Poultry Raisers I X DR. R. L. WILLIS. At Crab Orcliard, Ky. Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Habits safely and speedily cured. Good board, pleasant sur- vmrnrlinHci guuu anvuuuii u "cvvuj .nrps lUUllUlllJ, rinnH ottantinTi ann VnflPlu Iwu.ww. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. 1 y X F Phoenix Hotel J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbemecK. Roup, Canker., ss Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry .T"STr fcj jroil nd thiol it &e tat Met KsJs Pry.rt, Iliritows. JCy . ;ty. "I hyt pied Ftr without f cL ' po4.ry icmcdy irsoV i t cures zpri asd timL Draisti. 4-- 1 limbern-c- L WiHCoasu:s,iWtV,cwit Kr .S7: "Oce drcp of Ketipe 4 4 Aopped down theLiftpf a gaping preventive lhaeeeriyed." c&ckenL-l- b the worn ifelt:lC'c3lhc!uciinUxJy. Ilia Robt. Cruxe, DardstsvvB, Ky. Pries 50c at all Mfg. zad Guaranteed by j. tbt s Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky C. C. SOLS DY & J. E. Stormes. Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY ;&&ee$&0 ooooooooK LEXINGTON. Landmarks of Typewriter n U A 2. 'XJ'.J. e W J Official Directory Of Garrard County. fPih0rtcv5 ISa "Its the mechanical wonder of the age!" You can't buy the Ford me- Circuit Judge lion. Charles A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attornej Hon. Emmet Pur- j ear. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. W. II. Brown. Master Cominlbslouer Trustee Jury Fund Beuj. F. Kohluson. Onicial Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A.D Ford. Comity Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. V. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J, A Jones, sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerilT C A. Koblusnn. Sutierlnteudant of Schools Miss Jennie II Ig- gll'S. Assessor W. S. Currier. Deputy Assessor K. li. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. I'. Bourne 1st, IHst. Logan UouSnd. Dist. Harrison Kay 2rJ, PIst. Jame Coldlrou 4th, Hist. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. CronUy Uroaddus. 1st. Dlst. It. II. MtMurtrj, 2nd l'i.--t. O. J. Ileudren. 3rd. DUt. Thomas V. King, 4th. Dlst. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor 11. T. Logan. City Judge E.W.Harris. City Attorney It. II. Tomllnson. City ClTk II. K. Herudou. Citj Assessor John M Mouut. City Treasurer ll. A. Thomas. Chief 1'ellce I,. K. Herron. COUNCILMEN. i 6 Sixh are oil ika rcccr.t dsiclopments of thz J con .1 (Visible Models 10 and 11) 1t,' O wrM j chanical features in any other car at any price. That's one reason why you must get yours now if you want to drive "the mechanical wonder of the age" this season. "Everybody is driving a Ford" more than 200.000 in service. New prices runabout $525 touring car $600 town car $800 with all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit Factory. I'l "'i'l lftrpl5S1giWl Among these developments are: Decimal Tabulator which makes the decimal tabulating mechanism an integral part of the tpewnter. Thz Tabulator Set Key which eliminates all hand setting of the tabulator stops. The Column Selector which determines, by the stroke of a single key, the exact point on each line where the writing is to begin. The Adding and Subtracting Remington Wahl Mechanism) which combines in one typewriter, and in one operation, the. functions of the writing machine and the adding machine. Eerv ona of these new devel opments is an evidence of the perpetual leadership of the Remington Tpewnter. Illustrated booklet descriptive cf all recent Remingtoa impro'vements, sent on request Thl Built-i- n R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. BDCKX7I3 GOOD ROAD NOTES. Good roads will make the vehicles last longer. Good drainage Is absolutely necessary in building a good Tarker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. G S. Greenleaf. II. C. Ilarrlltco. B. F. Waiter. Wm.Herndon. ?if'&&F&J3Fk4l B. F. HUDSON, W. O. P.IGNEV, President Ass't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. road. Every man who owns an automobile, a horse or a bicycle is interested in good roads. The highway and roadside are usually a fair index of the people living in the vicinity. would be saved annually in ttie traiib- portntlon of crops, the wear and te.ir on horses and vehicles and in the minimizing of the waste in truck f.iruilng Where roads are bad the farmers fre- quently find it impossible to set their products to the shipping points, and thus perishable products are wasted, perceptibly Increasing the cost of living. I j Remington Typewriter Company uaccrporaieaj i W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort &. Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & HOW TO MAKE A Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make thi3 bank YOUR bank. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus Pres't $30,000. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Lexington N to Irvine & Beattyville", & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Writhing Sttbttatumfl an& flljnulfc & a WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. lEttgratefo Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. A SURE SIGN of service, reliability and public confidence all of which are necessary to an Bankiug institution, are here evidenced: up-to-d- THE Central Record. DEPOSITS. r April 4th, 1911, $94,736.69. April 4,1907 $47,564 31 April 4,1909 $7273 60 April 4th, 1913, $120,514.74. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. -G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price POSTED twenty-si- x states in effecting equitable state aid plans. The A Great Deal Depends on Choice of secretary of agriculture looks forward to the coming year as promising better Proper Binder. B results than at any time in the history of the movement for improved highIt looks as If the bulk of money is ways. larger than the faculty for building. Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our Oil For Country Roads. What we want are good roads, not for A most Interesting experiment is becoasting purposes, but for the good of large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, laval-lier- s, the traveling public, says a writer in ing conducted in central Illinois near combracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling the Iown Homestead. We have had Springfield. The state highway mission is making a test of oil on some experience in gravel roads, and country roads. While oil roads are no Silver is excelled by none in the city. the best ones are made In this way: novelty in many parts of the Uuited We 'locate the center of a well formed States, they are not known on the roadbed; then four feet each way from heavy black soil cf central Illinois: center we open out a gravel bed eight The top soil of the road is being mixfeet wide and twelve or fifteen inches ed with an asphalt oil to the depth of 3 deep, depending on the kind of soil. six Inches. In many parts of the SuckThe roadbed is filled with coarse grav- er State stone roads are out of the LEXINGTON, KY. West Main St. el mixed well with clay or earth and question. Without the material near at 133-13- 3 nil onntlrrli tn mntp ft n hpfl im-- . ! hand the great prairie states cannot expect to save stone pikes, as do some pervious to moisture. This bed is well .'v must eastern states. packed for all heavy freight. The sur- -' I of the conpn, Ilt. KnnrIn, pnrp Ijj fViIo cVmillil ha rtf finnt " 4nr.n inA iinj-i....... ,t00n and possibly by the use of oll. This h,,f W0Ute Uwwg. fcll; MMU. n.h, V.r V tnM,o,should experiment will be watched with a and from the center etch way great deal of interest be from eight to ten feet, making a top from sixteen to twenty feet wide, bed Importance of Good Roads. with the edges well wrapped up with earth. Then the whole Is rolled down Delaware county. Pa., is furnishing to suit the form of a good roadbed. an illustration of the part smooth The oil bed being underneath, the sea- highways is going to play In general i sons, will evaporate the oil and harden freight traffic in the near future. Thou m m I sands of dollars' worth of goods that M l I..r-- .w- vJ tT E I. H -r 2- i. Z t- tfVJV iJ T the finer gravel sides of the road so as i II ABSOLUTELY IN THE HEART to make a fine driveway for coasting until recent years were hauled by the ,.. railroads are now' delivered direct itep-rlluand light traffic. OF THE FIRE PROOF i rgSCrriKS:; t.yv?i. Uvcwa ; Flint or limestone is the best. Mon- - from the stores or from the farms to THEATRE, j r Muri' EUROPEAN iJ '37C FUJat'iu ey is being thrown away by the use of . the cities. Motor wagons are i J KlBiK&JisjJ r ..- - T&JiR SHOPPING AND as a roadbed because of tbo tratlng the farming districts and tak-fa. fnt FlB 7'. k' rt PLAN ONLY I "- aJa that when It is rolled down and j lng freights from the farmer's door to OFFICE DISTRICT It '" r -- ,W auu uuui,ub iv crusnea into lurm it is ouiy u oumi i" time until the frost has it in such chases by the same method. In short, good roads will be the leading factor sbapo that it proves worthless. Never hammer or crush the sand rock. The In determining the mooted question of better form can be made of sandstone freight rates. by getting the rock in good building material form to be used only on soft, WIDE VERSUS NARROW TIRES. Louisville's Most Modern Hotel wet land, laying them In mechanically to make the eight foot roadbed and In the road improvement discussion Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louis ille, covering with the oil, clay and shell. the question of the advantages of wide you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other Always put the oil bed underneath tires as compared with narrow tires is are first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Roo.-nand in that way save all the fine parti- always brought up. King's "Physics exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent cles to harden the roadbed. of Agriculture" reports these differRestaurant service ences In draft: the The Cafe U in chanre of Kxperts andOar Eleeantly Furnished Rooms w ith hot and On macadam streets, wide tire 20 per SAVING MILLIONS. CI ftl enlsine mid httht u cold runnine water and priratc cent less than narrow tire. pritnrn.otinolrrti hHroixiin service. toilet, per day bnt choice of club lrwilfat. rarli On gravel road, wide tire 24.1 per 3uC Office of Public Roads Boosting Highperson.- - .. Elecantlr Furnished Kooms ith CI Cf) cent less than narrow tire. J sx.vu Table d'hote lnnoN-i- n from 12:00 to CQg Bath, per day Private way Work. On dry, smooth, $2.00. $2.50 and $3.00 It Is estimated by the office of public dust, dirt roads, 2G.8 per cent free from ej QQ wide tire less than agriculture ' Sample Room with 'CO rt 8.U0 p. in., per per)ii roads of the department of narrow tire. Large Rathskeller open from tOO p. m. that about 10 per'cent of the roads in On clay road, with mnddeep and Private Bath, per day the United States are Improved. Music by the Finest Orchestra In the City drying on top and spongy beneath, If 20 per cent of the public highways wide tire 42 61 per cent less than Reservations should be made whenever possible. were improved, each highway being narrow tire. to j ROBT. B. JONES. Manaeer. to GEO. SCHENCK. Asa't Mcr. selected and Improved with a view On tneudow. pasture, stubble, corn the proportionate traffic upon it, a high ground nud plowed ground from dry to Horxi. Pattxs, Chattanooga, Term., and HoTM. Assur (open May 12. 1913), degree of efficiency in highway trans- wet. wide Atlanta, Qa., under same manacement and ownership. tire 17 to 50 per cent less portation would be reached. I than narrow tire. .. It Is ficured Jhat millions ofdollars GRAVEL ROAD RIGHT. In the five years preceding March. 1912. the office of public roads had built 215 object lesbon roads. In all about 000 miles of road fifteen feet wide, and by expert advice aided in the formulation of more than GT0 model country road systems, resulting in most instances in beneficial reforms. 131 South Ave. Louisville, Ky. It has also assisted V JJJ.W T5 Victor Bogart Co, ,,,, Mi !,, N. mmmm 5gP z IsffCffRJsgwa: i.r(-j;- .'i. r;;,- LUI !. pene-sandsto- ". ct , iin msma Hotel Henry Watteyson -- t a.PS ,u vJ" Zio .iv.m r YS -- 'f? Page' 6 "! , I The Central Record, Friday, June 13, 1913. iimiii wirinr nmAw c?jKsr?ggg B &Msr& BCSKmB3KSSSSiSSgfS22C!rSZSZSrSZ21!XT BflH Bheb i h i I n !j I A a Torr ent Of Tremen dous K I m Mygawtw ra3Prsa-a?rBa"--'Tio- iyrv.vg3gg j?sywg?rrJ.:fi''- H and will continue until June 28th. imt Tn ii"" - Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Ladies Suits, Dresses Costumes, Spring Coats, Etc., went on SALE, STOCK OF CLATUi f d 7.;"?.x".-- ; rg? SATURDAY, JUNE timely eant, affording the people of this community a "wonderful" opportunity to purchase this season's finest merchandise, at prices that are far belcw their regular values. Our complete stock, consisting of this season's choicest and most desirable offerings in Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods and Ladies Ready to wear, has been ruthlessly sacrificed to effect an immediate clearance. sales: we're This is entirely different from the ordinary determined to make this an event of such importance that the extraor- A so-call- It's Money in Your Pocket to Read this Bill Through Carefully. dinary values you'll secure, will be LONG REMEMBERED. Just think what it means to get the benefit of such values now as we've cast aside all thought of profit and are not considering the cost in many instances. Every department in our store is offering its share of surprising bargains and you are just in time to take advantage of them. Come to this sale and tell your friends, for such values as offered in this sale will well repay your visit: Remember the date. You are just in time for the best selection from our complete assortment. rrMP-nmsfcgMika- i 7th M S 9 ed 33EK5I MEN'S SUIT VALUES FRAT AND offered just at a time when you are considering the purchase of a new Suit. A remarkable proposition for Men, Young Men and Boys. You want a Suit that is in style, made of ALL WOOL Material. A Suit that embodies the essential of the highest priced garments. We handle the very best brands of Clothing to be had. They will give you more lasting satisfaction than any Suit you ever had. Our entire stock of fine clothing go in this sale far below their value. $27.50, $25.00, $22.50 and $20.00 Suits go in this sale at two prices, $14.68 and $15.98. $18.50 and 16.50 Suits go on sale at $12.98. We have about 125 Suits in Men's and Young Men's odds and ends, values up to $15.00 to close out at unheard of prices, $2.28, 3.68, 4.48, and $5.98. You positively cannot afford to miss these bargains. PERFECTION GUARANTEED CLOTHING. A Sale of High Grade Shoes. The Florsheim Shoe for the Man Who Cares. $5.00 and $6.00 Shoes and Oxfords will close out at 98cts and $1.38. One lot of Men's Shoes bought this spring go on sale at $4.15. One hundred pairs of Men's odds and ends, regular price 2.00 and $3.00-wgo in this sale at $1.58. Endicott Johnson Shoes in all colors. Button Bals and Blucher worth $3.50, 4., and $4,50 go in this sale at 3.39. ranging in price from 2.25 to $3.50 Big lot of Men's work Shoes in all leathers, values up to $4. go in this sale at $1.38 to $2.78. Tremendous sacrifice in Ladies Shoes and Oxfords. Our $3., 3.50, 4. and $4.50 go in this sale from $2.28 to $3.88. Lot of odds and ends in Ladies Shoes' and Oxfords in prices from $2, to $3.50 we will close out at prices from 98c to $1 .98 Great bargains. e A Wonderful Array of Special Values in Ladies Garments. Sale Begins June 7th and ends June 28th. No goods laid aside. If taken out on approval they must be paid for and if they don't fit return them and get your money. In this sale will be included everything in our Department. Not garments bought for sale, but all of the very latest Ready-to-Wear SUITS AT $12.98 A Great Chance For You To Save Money. Men's work Sox worth lOcts go on sale at 3c, Men's black and tan Sox worth 10 and 15cts, now pricpd at 6cts, Men's Suspenders worth 15 and 20cts, priced at 9cts. 25 and 35c Suspenders 17cts- - Boys knee Pants go on sale at 16cts, better ones at 42cts. We have a big lot of Men's Shirts in odds and ends, mostly small sizes in $1.00 to $125 go on sale at 49cts We have bargains for everybody. Don't delay, come at once and we will show you. Men's 10c handkerchiefs now 3c. Underwear Greatly Reduced. ideas as to style and of the highest qualities. GENUINE. Every Price Reduction is A Beauiiful Line of White and Novelty Dresses at About Half Price. We offer for your choosing, nearly seventy five New White Dress Our $4.00, 5.00, G.50. es. See our line of dresses at $3.00 to $35.00. 7.50 and $10.00 garments go in this sale at $3.00 to $7.25. At this very low price we offer choice of a big lot of very choice Suits in all colors. We are showing a very choice line of Ladies Tailored Suits at $14.48 up to $19.98. These were our $17.50 up to $32.50 Suits. If you are in need of a Tailored Suit you positively cannot afford to miss these great bargains. Enticing Prices in Our Men's Furnishing Department. Shirts, Underwear. Neckwear, Silk and Silk Lisle Hose, Suspenders, Collars. Cuffs, and infact everything you need in the furnishing goods line to complete your Spring and Summer Outfit. John B. Stetson Hats $5.00 quality go in this sale at $3.98. Our Hat Department is complete with all the very newest things on"the market and underpriced right in the heart of the season. A buying opportunity worth your while. LADIES COATS. We will offer special inducements on our entire line of Spring Coats. Nothing like them ever offered in Lancaster for less than $15.00 to $1750 We don't want you to take our word, just take a day off and come in and see for yourself. Tailored Suits at $8.98. A Flyer In Men's Neckwear and bow ties. of beautiful These come in all the leading and most popular styles and you simply ought to come in during this sale and supply your needs at COST. four-in-han- ds We place on sale hundreds Our G-lov-e Department Is Brim Full of the A Word To The People "best to "be Had. We hanIIe the famous Hutchans & Potter line and buy direct from the factory. If you want Gloves to fit and wear buy the H & P Glove. We have about 75jjair of Gloves that are slightly damaged, that we will close out at 50c to 75cts. These were $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 goods. If you need a driving or work glove, call at once as they will go fast at these prices. They are good gloves only slightly soiled which will not hurt the wear of them. We have lots of other bargains which are not mentioned in this bill on account of space. I have been in business here all my life, or rather since I was sixteen years old, except I was on the road for twelve yeais selling clothing for Fleish-e- r Bros., of Philadelphia. I feel that I know the wants of our people as I have made a study of them. I buy goods direct from the factory which is a great saving. I have always given my customers the best goods that money could purchase and expect to do so as long as I remain in business. We have had a very backward season and therefore business has been dull. I have a very large stock of goods which I can't afford to carry over. I have put a price on them to sell, my loss is your gain. Call and make your selection at once so as to get what you want. I am not looking for profit during this sale. I am simply going to sell the goods regardless of profit. O U R. A Great Chance For You To Save Money. just satisfactory Q U A. R. A IN TEE Everything bought during this sale not proving or Terms Of Sale Strictly Cash. will be gladly exchanged or your money refunded. as represented Positively No Goods Charged During This Sale. See Our Clothing Values. LANCASTER, KY. H.. T.LOGAN. Don't Miss This Sale. LANCASTER, KY. -- ;.. s&i V m The Central Record, Friday, Junfe 19, ISfS, 1 Page IU I S -, i 1 WE DO ' WHAT OTHERS II laiBaaBIBI "lMMaBiBBBBKWBBIMHMHBMBiiHBMkJaKaafcMMa CAST iMIIIIItl i, M 8' n llllHIMII I III I I II 'g-gq'-M"Wl- ll rrfitfP" JlJimm I I 1 I i 1 & A 32 inch french Gingham worth 15cts selling fast at lOcts. Only a limited quantity left. r, We offer our New wash Materials in Crepes,Cot- - jflp A Lawn value that is a wonder 'PIS e ton Corduroys and Striped Eponge worth 35c at I3u being worth 15 cents selling at al Remember we do not advertise sales but give our many patrons, values that are unequalled by any sale, as we do not have to go to this unnecessary expense. I i ID. I 1 The JOSEPH MERCA ivipfT.1 arct. Errm ibittso mium nen A,M &, .JLJLJbJLvI The Store that makes a specialty of : Ready-To-Wea- r. rr jy . jF -&. -- x? ir m I I I I fi): MiiiiiN-- wm3BiMB tmmi&M3Ww& p k S S 8 B 8 1 V Miss Ollive Dean will lrave Saturday Mr. Fost.r m. Hampton of Fordyce, ffoKeal Abroad As Wei! As At Home. nomiLOf, own g to the fact that Mr. Ark. is visiting Mr. Dan Collier Elkin. for her home in Warsaw. Hoklam's death occured w.thin 70 day-- j I A daily New York paper has the Mr. Zack Elkin of Brights Bend is Mr. Joseph Rogers who has been following complimentary notice of Miss of the primary on Augu-- t 2nd. It is thought that the Committee will call a X.?C7 X.t7 S"C7 i here vieiting Lancaster relatives. attending school at Mercerebury, Pa. Frank, who will appear here . N. A VtUj-TAprimary to make this miminatifl at on the 17th inst, which shows that this Joseph Ballou of Stanford is with returned home Saturday. EX9?3aacs the same time that th other cewrty talented young lady has succeeded in his cousin Master Claud Kice Gaines. officer are selected, August the 2ad. Mr. Dan Collier Elkin who ha3 been Brief Mention of the Comings and establishing a reputation which is not LA Mrs. E. H. Walker has returned from attending Yale University returned fonfinp,! by Those Wt Are Interested In. ppr Ve ""' """ U'3- "W- - u-tJ,i Cfn... tl B a visit to Mrs. J. C. Hays of Stanford. home Tuesday for the vacation. 33SStS "Marble Collegiate Church, of New ', () Miss Virginia Adann of Lexington is '? Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson and York, ill give a recital next FrWay. ""!; ' Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is spending a the guest of her cousin Miss Mattie children and Mrs. Alexander Kennedy night in the annex of tf.e Seventh ?h Advocate M-.- t Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. week with relatives at Point Leavell. Adams. motored to Lancaster Wednesday and Street Christian Church under the aus- - "g". ' Mis, Miss Madge Taliaferro of Erlanger is rTTf i Mrs. R. A. Campbell, Jr. of Louis- - wre guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. pices of the women's societies. Frank, who not jet twenty, is said the guest of Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. ville is visiting the family of Mr. John Hughes. esity. f.0nWS at Cenlral to have a remarkable contralto voice. Mrs. Samuel Cotton is at home from Johnson- to those Miss Joan Mount was hostess Tues- - and has won the highest praise from amf " -a stay at Martinsville and Greensburg, "" wi. uw SUUBUOII, 3S Mr. Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton day for an elaborate course dinner for Pmfpnrn,,rlMV ,. fi, Illo nfV ...., w..,,j..t UiW.. "opper nas always enjoyed an envart College, Lexington, is at home for the Mr. Braham Beazley and bride of San , York 3C HE Hi IE 3CT Ind. Angelo Texas. Covers being laid for vacation. Miss Nancy Walker returned Sunday Because of the quality of her voice feni,ttat'on as a brilliant student. He the following, Mr. and Mrs. B.anhan. , she was. at the age of fifteen, chos-- n night from a stay of several months in Misses Willie and Ellen Moore of ,Jr7rnfTT a Atlanta. r" Stanford are here visiting Mrs J. W. Beazley, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, to take the part of Queen Etfher in Misses. Martha and Helen Gill, Mary that cantata at Lexington. Ky., her "" an orrator T 4r '&''?: it?fl VlTlZ Pumphrey Mrs. Y. H. Compton of Independcollege career cspture! a wim-M- r. Doty. Messrs. J. L. Gill. D. A. Thomas., home. Those who have heaid her say 'nK ,",; . ence Mo., is with her mother Mrs. Ike ,. . oer of prizes in speaking and , and Mrs. J. B. Bourne are in , ' l '' S'nK.S His personal Hamilton. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines was hostess at a JJh Stanford visiting their daughter Mrs. cxpre,,0n and excellent enunc celIe( aild popularity was never jcoursedinner on Friday. It was a by a s,U)fcnt Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson were we are this week makblrthday fea3t in honor of Mr- - E" C" ' th famous institution ami his cfasg- in Lexington the past week for the U. James Kavwood of Boonulle, is Gaines Covers were laid Mr. ' for the fol-- 1 mates ami ing special efforts in C. T. Banquet. Comniltlee Meehng. visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose ,owingiRev.andMn.J.KockwelISmSthr oaTiMrSo hIm oa vanon o e. Mrs. Sarah Hurt has returned from every line of Dry and rantsi Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mr. and Hon. Jas. I. Hamilton chairman of much for George but this is not all. St Joseph Hospital Lexington much Currey Robinson, John McRoberts Mrs. James A. Royston and Miss Annie the Garrard County Democratic commit- - Joseph, their youngest sor won the Fancy giods. domestic improved in health. and Charles Dunn are at home from Royston. tee nas caneti a meeting of said com- - Junior Oratorical Contest held in to convene in the County court ville on Monday night, his subject be- and imported novelties. Mr. R. Parker Gregory was in Boyle State College Lexington. The Richmond Va. paper speaks in- - room at Lancaster, Ky. county the latter part of last week at two o'clock ing -- Robert E. Lee". This is a siirnal Mr. Joe Adams and little son Wade terestinglv of Miss Frank who P. M. on There is a wide range June 14th 1913. honor and Stanford i s very proud of stripping blue grass seed. of Lexington were guests for several , j3 visiting friends in that city. After .J. R. Mount, Sec'ty. G. C D. C. both of these boys. of your daily needs here awaiting your inspection, and we days of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. Mr. J. Fleece Robinson has been in commenting on her rare voice, and at- Stanford for a visit of several days 'MesdamesJ. E. Stormes, W. personalty, k adds that she guarantee the qualities to be exactly as represented. We r. ' tractive Ky' STANFORD. with his sister Mrs. J. B. Paxton. goeT3 t0 natIv;e !own l? S1,ng Cook and Miss Annell Tomlinson invite you to call in and look the goods over. It will do oi Lancaster in ner ursc proiessionai Mrs. E, L. Owsley was in Nicholas-vill- e motored to Lexington for a short stay. concert. Let us all go to hear her. Miss Sophia Alcorn is at home for j YGli'LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLDJLV. J nobody any horni if you don't buy at once last week for the burial of her Dr. J. A. Amon was in Georgetown the summer. "- ... cousin the late Mrs. Mary Letcher. iuc luiiuwuig euiunaiiiuienis nave this week for a visit to his alma mater, Mrs. J. C. Bailey of Crab Orchard is been given the two visitors, Miss Rob the guest cf friends here. For brick, iime. cement, sand, Mr. Stephen Walker and little daugh- and mingling with old friends and class son, R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. ot Louisville and Taliferro of stone. Garrard Milling Co. ter Georgetta have been in Stanford mates. - IL C- - Wra' of Danville, is vis- Erliyiger; Mrs. R. L. Elkin, a dinner . .Mrsvisiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Walker. Mr. Givens Terrill entertained at a Inn Wpdnprlnv MUa AIIpph Rnmn n lun2 n irother ilrs. oodw Hale. I IE 3 3C 1L All Pattern hats at cost. jIrs- - Annie Engleman and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson, Mr. course dinner on Monday, the honor rook party Wednesday afternoon. Miss ' and Mrs. R. S. Brown motored to Bue- - guests b"ing Mr. and Mrs. 0. U. Ter- - Joan Mount a course dinner Wednesday Jliss Nannie Woods are at Martinsville Rella Arnold. ' na Vista Sunday and spent the day with rill of Jenkins Ky. evening and Miss Bettie Walker Burn- Ind. Residence on Richmond street for rent Mrs. Mephen Poor. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Morris and immediate Mr. Allen Zaring and Mrs. Chenault side, a 6 o'clock dinner on Friday. possession. children, of Muscogee. O.tla.. are with Miss Joan Mount was hostess of a 6 of Lexington motored to Lancaster Parker Gregory. i ''" am" ' o'clock dinner Wednesday complimen-- j Monday and were guest of Mr. and Tobacco Selling About finished. tary to Misses Robson of Louisville and Mrs. 0. U Terrill. China Sale. Mr. and Mrs. John Charles 03borne, The setting of Garrard's tobacco of Knoxville, are the guests of Mrs. of Erlanger. j Taliafarro Mrs. Charles Richardson and sons See Miss Elkins china Sale at Hurt & crop is about finished and the crop it Charlotte Warren. Mr. Charles Adams of Yarlington is John and George of Lexington are here out in good shape and looking well, and Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hutchings and expected this week to visit his parents for a stay with Mesdames J. B. Collier with favorable conditions will about Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. He comes and J. C. Robinson. Examine our line of equal the crop of last year, the acreage Raines Murra Hutchings are spending a week at Elixir Springs. to witness the graduation of his sister Mrs. Carlton Elkin entertained at "a being about the same. 1 .29 hats. Rella Arnold. SERVICE. Miss Mattie Adams. Mrs. Osborn will be matron of honor luncheon" Tuesday the honorees being to her sister, Miss Josephine Paxton Drying Of Oasis Threatened. Misses Robson It burns like wood and don't fill your of Louisville and Miss Kathleen Walters entertained B Warren, wno marries June the 2oth. stove with ashes and soot, order a trial 25-40-at a porch party Tuesday morning from Taliaferro of Erlanger. We carry in stock WaltNicholasville, the nearest supply 10 to 12 the honor guests being Misses Mrs. J. R. Beazley and little Miss load of High Cliff coal. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Flora Misses point for Garrard county people who Garrard Milling Co. Lamps. Madge Taliaferro of Erlanger and Dee-di- e Naomi and Lillian Chandler of sepkincr semethincr strnncpr than Eloise Beazley of Jacksonville, Fla. nre Maud Robson of Louisville. have been guests of Miss water is in dansrer of atrain becomintr a wiI1 arrive next week to spend the For Sale. desert, in which event we will have to summer with relatives here. Miss Annie Belle Burnside has arrived Minnie Margaret Walsh. I have for sale a Pony Cart, harness, takethepoliceman's advice and "move Miss Stella Runlev has returned from Birmingham Ala. She was Mrs. Willis Adams and daughters . An election is to be held there on N. f? whnw sh. i.m saddle and bridle. All good as new. by Miss Annie Catherine Misses Ida May and Elizabeth of Mt. accompanied The Mazda Lamp can save you Mrs. Susan Fisher. and Master J. Vincent Arnold, and all Vernon came today (Friday) for a June 28th with the county as a unit, and a position in the school for the deaf to ' the indications are that Jessamine spend the summer with her parents will spend the heated season with Mr. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. money, besides you will enjoy the county will vote dry. So be it. All shapes and trimmings Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rupley. H and Mrs. J. G. Burnside near Point loi. b. Li. Harris ot Louisville is comfort of a bright light. Leavell. atjhalf price Rella Arnold. rrui. anu airs. w. u. ilopner are Salt Scarce. spending a few days with his parents, the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs A splendid and striking photograph P. Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. He made Lost. There has been a scarcity of salt Geo. Hopper. They will attend Com-- 1 of Jo Hord Frank who will arrive this office a pleasant call Wednesday. amounting almost to a famine, mencement at Central University and recently Bay mare S yrs old with brand (R) shortly and delight a Lancaster audito brother that immense ence with her rich contralto voice was miss d t ranK wno will give a duesalt the factalong the banksquantities see theirwith the Geo. D. Hopper on left hip. Had on leather halter. stored of the graduate honors of the class. in Saturday's Courier Journal, also a concert Tuesday June 17th at the school of Jno. Sinkhorn. Mitchelburg Ky. Boyle Co. recent issue of a Richmond Va, paper, auditorium will be the guest upon her upper Ohio and its tributaries, was It seems that we are to have a fair washed away in the recent great floods. where she has been visiting. arrival of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Walker. iJinuaiy u august me znu. Alt llie Good thing for this community the hml1 B,He Gr3SS hm Fr SaIe candidates met here Monday with the scarcity did not come during hog killing Democratic WN sell my farm located seven miles County Committee and time Lime too was scarce, owing to signed a pledge not to use "money, tom Lancaster on Richmond pike, two the fact that the inundated districts whiskey, High property or any thing of mi,es from Paint Lick Church. had first call on the supply for value" in C proenring votes either for state of cultivation. AH necessary out disinfecting purposes. However, both himself or any R. one else. The candi-- . buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, commodities are to be had in any dates are also limited in campaign ex- - Ky. quantity now. penses to 300 and required to give an m via y Tii r'TV .: . nr. . i r.:: ' account of how they use that or such Declamatory Contest. part of it as they may spend. Also There are about ten entries -- for the they are required to contribute to a Gold Watch June 27th. The following lund to secure detective to be station- to your house and ined at the polls to prevent the breaking Do You Own a have announced their subjects:- or violating of this pledge. This seems Owen Hendren, Lancaster Ky., The crease its appearance rather a novel situation employing a I Pure Bred Boar? Plea for Cuban Liberty. detective to wach yous self. Beulah Sutton. Marksbury Ky, Guilty and comfort fifty per f If not, why not? Try one of my or Not Guilty. edJMtgfa oTcrlb D- -cs and watch your profits grow Mildred K. Beazley, Lancaster Ky., cent. You can easily J. li 'M The Swan Song. Orchard, to fill the vacancy caused by My sPnn2 P's are by S"es of A provide do it without much expence. Our mill work will Matsy Grimes, Stanford Ky., The the death of Circuit Clerk Holdam. Grand Champions and out of sows Boy's Bear Story. This appointment was made upon Mrs. of royal breeding. Also have a few home-bake- d the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything needed Bradley Bourne, Lancaster Ky, The Holdam's request. This is rather an bred gilts for sale. Entire herd foods--oi Unknown Speaker. case as Mr. Holdam was him-- 1 mumed against cho,era except a few nails. Any body can put them together. Other entries, Sallie Mills Craig, self filling the vacancy caused by the Prices low. quality high. Satis-we- re Stanford Ky., and Alta Hammond, death of Col. J. D. Swope. There faction guaranteed. Call and see Lick Ky. Other announcements Paint several applicants, all of whom will be given next issue. A competent were perfectly willing, like Mr. New- - my herd. Phone 363-Judge will be selected from a town not land, to hold the office for the benefit represented.' Reserve seats will be on of Mrs. Holdam. It will be necessary sale at McRoberts at 50 cts. General for the County Committee to call a Admission 35 cts, children 25 cts. Lancaster, Ky. primary election to select a democratic jrxnSBKBHHi V' We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Gossip About &JtilT Jo-Ho- rJ BEAZLEY & COLLIER 2 ?"" r Jv T ?" , ???"' "T" "It P' ? lZ'J lP une To Draw ! iX T' Your Attention I dbati. Dan-mitt- ee Jo-Ho- ln'r J - " 3C 3CU National u Mazda 60 I THE QUALITY LAMP. s S j ? 1 E S g I Camp-bellesvil- le Prices 40, 50, and 70cts s ! I S n Lancaster Electric Light Co. jo-iior- , - j ild a !fand some Porch IvSi Powder Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ' Mr. Farmer i CSC-iS--r:kv San? Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Makes delicious maximum qualify at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable im-unus- . B. fififiAM B. F. Robinson, s Page 8 FARMER'S COLUMN oooocot The Central Record, Friday, June 13, 1913. dpaco below this beading Is rot the exclu-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and la (or the sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, aud will be only In two Issues of the n F&W mam&&1T (mm 1 ' It requires considerable faith to lieve be- Notice. My stable will be reopened to the The June Term of the Garrard Fiscal that is barely tinged with red and sour Only enough to make n pig squeal belongs public next Monday, June 16th. Every Court began on Wednesday. to the same tribe as the sweet and precaution has been used and the doc- routine business was transacted and a that the early April strawberry Fiscal Court. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THI fi I dHb BY ecobd, tree ol charge For Sale: and good milkers. Two good milk cows, fresh G'. A. Swinebroad. ROCKFQRD.IAJ COftRCSPONDENcT F.ETRIGG REGISTER. For Sale: Twenty five square yards of tobacco plants, ready to set. Earl Farra, Lancaster, Ky. Two Rood tobacco beds for sale. B. P. Swone. Brvantsville Ky. Phone 393 F. W SOLICITED -- (.This matter must not be reprinted out special permission. Jl v with- Spring's lap must be worn threadbare with all this lingering of winter Jersey Heifers thereon. The poor girl Is entitled to a fok SALE:-Thre- e with three jersey heifer calves. Cows letup. well broke to milk and are three very While the paterfamilias may wish fine prospects. Z. T. Rice. Poi.e347 A for It, he can hardly expect his sou aud heir to develop a finer or more For Rent until January 1st, 45 acres noble type of manhood than he hiui-aeof grass in two fields, well watered. exemplifies. Can cut or graze it both if so desired. Ike M. Myers, Lancaster. Ky. The spark of decency and manhood Is still Inherent In that man who loves Wanted: Any information as to Innocent little children and takes time the whereabouts of John H. Vaughn or from the stref.s of work and worry to any of his heirs. Vaughn served in admire the beauty and fragrance of Company H. 19th. Ky. Infantry. Im- Bowers. portant. Write Capt. T. A. Elkin, A corncrlb on one side of a fenee Lancaster, Ky. and an alfalfa pasture on the other will serve to give about as ideal a reed 6am Lumber For Sale. combination as It Is possible to have I have 50,000 feet of good barn lumber. for the crowing nigs. The ration is per not only the best but also the cheap sawed by Speaks, will sell for 1.50 hundred at my mill on pike near est that can be had. W. P. Grimes, Preachersville. Stanford, Ky. pd. The government report on the condi tion of winter wheat April 1 of the cabbage plants 12J present year Is 91.C per cent as comFor SALE:-Lat- e per hundred, come early and get the pared with S0.0 per cent for April 1, choice plants. Mrs. Sam Henderson, 1912. The average condition of rye Prairie fires are a rare thing today as was 80.3 per cent of a normal yield as compared Lowell, Ky. with thirty or forty years compared with 87.9 per cent a year ago. ago, but when one does get started It SOME FINE STOCK SALES Is accompanied by the same disastrous In Kansas they have a horse thief as results, even If on a smaller scale. One George B. Robinson Sells Splendid Jack sociationthat Is, not for stealing these fires got loose in Major counhorses, but for keeping other fellows of Okla., the other day, and a rancher, ty, And A Saddle Colt To Prominent from stealing them. The association and son. who were en route his has been in operation for twenty years by wife to n nearby town, were caught Dealers. team or more and has been instrumental in by the fire aud burned to death, their Mr. George B. Robinson sold, a few not only preventing much stealing, but charred bodies and those of their recovering horses that have been days ago, to Snapp Anderson and Co., in horses being found a short time afterPiney Flats, Tenn., a two year old stolen. ward by the roadside where the fire mule Jack, black with white points, 15 overtook them. The disappointing and dreary old J hands high, sirek by Tom Keane, world is much in need of more humans As nicely illustrating the fact that dam by Joe Blackburn. This is a com- who will show the spirit of a robin bination of two famous families of that the writer heard piping its sweet things got away from home are no not so good as better than Jack Stock. These gentlemen, af- Bong the other morning Just after a those to be and often had at home, the writer ter having made a hasty tour of Cen- four inch snow and when a good many recalls the case of a lady friend who tral Kentucky, decided this was the more timid birds had taken a trip rulsed some eighty Barred flock cockbest mule Jack they had seen, and 30uth. This robin knew spring was, erels last season. She sold these at bought him to be shipped back to their coming. $2 apiece, when the truth was they were far superior, from the stand Tennessee home. This Jack is a half potato point of size, color and general excel Experience on the part brother to the sensatsonal Jack sold by raisers in many sections of of counthe Mr. Robinson some time ago to Messrs try seems to show quite conclusively lence, to birds that she imported and paid $15 apiece for. Roosters, like county. Robinson and Irvine of this that potatoes of medium and uniform are not without honor save Mr. W. Robinson also sold to Messrs size make the best seed. Another im- prophets, In their own country. Kertsing and son of near Kan- portant factor but this can only be deHenry sas City a Weanling Stud Saddle colt to termined when the potatoes are dug When moss grows on the surface of be delivered this fall he is of the Pea-vin- e by hand is the using of potatoes from the ground it is pretty good evidence bills which the previous year showed a that the soil is In poor condition. It and Montgomery Chief families, blood bay, an exceptionally fine indi prolific yield. not only needs a fertilizer, but will be improved if it Is given a treatment vidual. Danville Messenger. Reports from Vermont, New Hamp- of a ton or two of ground limestone New England per acre. Following this, it should be shire and some other LIVE STOCK MARKET. states are to the effect that the maple seeded to some legume, such as Canada CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Bugar and sirup output of the present field peas with oats, or clover with Bogs Sbeep season is poor, there being but a small barley, and this plowed under when Cattle June 11 CATTLE: Shipper J760S8 25 flow of sap, and that containing very it has attained a good growth, with 8 I5s in little sugar. This is bad news for lovButcher steers extra 1,000 pounds of ground rock phosphate .'0 6 15 ers of flapjacks, for maple sugar and Good to choice added per acre. This course will sweetS 15 sirup will be scarce this year and the Common to fair en and enrich the soil and put it in 3.1 8 25 8 Heifers, extra price will consequently be high. shape to produce any crop desired, 8 15 7 05 Good to choice this, of course, assuming that the land 5 50 7 50 Common to fair The writer knows a number of farm- Is not wet and doesn't need tilling to 6 25 6 50 Cows, extra Good to choice 5 S5 6 15 ers who put up silos last fall who have put It in proper physical condition. 5 .'p0 7 50 been so well satisfied with feeding reCommon to fair 3 254 25 sults since that they are going to douCanners One reason why the necessaries of C 25 710 ble their silo capacity before next fall. Balls, balognas life have been so high priced is be6 85715 They wouldn't be without the silo, now Extra cause so many families have given up 7 007 25 Kat balls that they have found what a boon It the plan of keeping a family cow and 10 76 CALVES: extra Is, and are wondering how they got having a family garden. This holds 10. Fair to good one all through the equally of both town and country folk. 0 O0 10. along without Common aud large HOGS: good packers aud butchers 8 2'. 8 80 years as they did. Every family near whose home there 8 70 8 80 Mixed packers ... is an unused spot of ground should g 4 507 1i0 Stags Practically all of these so called have such a garden. It should furnish Common to choice heavy fat sows. 5 50 8 00 devices in the end seek to op- the family with radishes, lettuce, peas, 8 CMS 8 85 erate in violation of the well known Light shippers tomarigs. (110 lbs and less) &50870 principle that one cannot precipitate beans, potatoes, sweet corn and toes, as well as a number of other 4 s" 4 50 SHEEP: extra from the air by explosions or nny oth- vegetables that serve to vary the bill 4 0u4 25 Good to choice con2 75 3 85 er scheme what the air does not of fare and make it toothsome and Commontofalr a 10 8 0 tain. It Is conceivable that rain might wholesome. L AM KS. extra Besides vegetables, the be produced by artificial means where garden should have Its strawberry bed 7 758 2 Goodtocholce Commontofalr 5507t0 the air contained moisture, but If the and some raspberry, currant and goose- sir was moisture laden artificial meth- berry bushes. In planning the garden ods of precipitation would, as a rule, It is well to arrange things in rows, so be unnecessary. that the larger kinds may be cultivatNOW HER FRIENDS ed with a horse and the smaller with The report for the 1912 cotton crop, the hand wheel hoe. was issued HARDLY KNOW HER whichthe total crop aatshort time since, 14,295,500 bales puts Although man was made "but little of 500 pounds each. In the produc- lower than the angels and crowned tion of this crop over 25,000 ginneries with glory and honor" and has in the Texas led in cotton But This Does Not Bother Mrs. were operated. output being 5,120,252 age long years of his upward climb production, her achieved marvels In the conquest of bales; Georgia second, with 1,849,303 natural forces In spanning mighty the Burton, Under bales; Alabama third, with 1.380,750 water courses, the erection of lofty Circumstances. bales, and South Carolina fourth, towers and business blocks, the reclaimwith 1,215,573 bales, while Oklahoma ing of sun and water cursed wastes Houston, Texas. In an interesting and Mississippi each produced a trifle and in the control of earth and air and letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton over 1,000,000 bales each. sea he still remains, as It were, a writes as follows : "I think it is my duty Experience has proved that most of helpless pygmy In the face of storm flood. The fearful calamities of to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the trouble arising from coldness and and past few weeks serve to demonthe dampness in cement floors In stable, strate this the woman's tonic, has done for me. truth most forcefully, yet bog bouse and chicken house may be pathetically. In the inundation of I was down sick with womanly trouble, overcome by putting down a four or Ohio rivers no human power could and my mother advised several different five inch layer of cinders and ashes betreatments, but they didn't seem to do fore laying the cement This serves to stem the floods, and people were me any good. I lingered along for three break the moisture connection between drowned like so many rats. In the or four months, and for three weeks, J the ground and the body of cement and fearful tornado at Omaha human habitations were crushed and carried off was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for reduces greatly the tendency of the as if they had been eggshells and oak any one to walk across the floor. latter to draw dampness. Somewhat and walnut trees snapped as if they My husband advised me to try Cardui, the same result is obtained if strings bad been matches. Man has been, is the woman's tonic. I have taken two of four inch tile are laid at Intervals and doubtless always will be a .victim bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained Df eight or ten inches across the area of these two elemental forces. His This only resource lies in providing means 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Which the floor Is to occupy. Friends hardly know me, I am so well." serves to give ventilation and tends to of escape, not in withstanding their the floor drier. fury. If you suffer from any of the ailments bake so common to women, don't allow the Ulcers And Skin Troublas. trouble to become chronic Begin taking It is purely vegetable, Cardui y. If you are suffering with anv old run its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural ning or fever sores, ulcers, boils, eczeway on the weakened womanly constituma or other skin troubles, get a box of The undersigned hereby give .warntion. You mn no risk in trying Cardui. Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you will ing to all persons not to trespass upon It has been helping weak women back to get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones our lands for any purpose whatever as health and strength for more than 50 Birmingham, Ala., suffered from we will prosecute all offenders to fulyears. It will help you. At all dealers. of an ugly ulcer for nine months and lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Write tot ChftttinooEa Mtatcln Co.. Ladles' Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in Fishermen especially take notice. Advisory DepU. Chattanooza. Tenn.. for Special book, ' Horns weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Rec- G. W. Elam. hutructionx on your case and R. L. Elkin. trostisent for Women. sent In plain wrapper. E69-ommended by R. E. McRoberts, Ed & N B Price lf luscious fruit that a fellow gets from tors advise me that it is perfectly safe bis owu berry bed the latter part of and no danger whatever of contracting any disease from its use. May or June. J.. T. Raney. An interesting feature in connection potato situawith the Minnesota seed Frost Reported. tion is that the grower is getting a betThe cool weather of the last few days ter price for his small potatoes, that zxfr usually considered worthless, than for has worked some damage to the more the larger sizes. It seems the growers tender vegetables, but no widespread of early potatoes in Texas want these damage has been reported. We have little potatoes for seed and this year not been able to find anyone who has at least were willing to pay a good seen any frost in this immediate localprice for them. ity, but several of our citizens report measurements which have their beans, tomatoes and sweet potaAltitude lately been made by the federal geo- toes as being injured. logical survey show that the highest Would Like To Yote For Him. mountain peak In the eastern part of the United States is Mount Mitchell, in neater r ncn is an announced can Yancey county. N. C which Is 0,711 feet above sea level. The next two didate for County Clerk of Jessamine highest peaks are Mount Guyot, In Ten- county, subject to the action of the nessee, 0,030 feet, and Mount Wash- democracy, with strong chances of ington, in New nampshlre, 0,293 feet winning. Chester formerly resided in Lancaster, and if his Lancaster friends It is pretty safe for the average per- could vote for him, he would be a sure son of small means to view any In- winner. vestment enterprise with suspicion and Its backers as thoroughgoing Successor Appointed To James Holdam. crooks which offers an Interest return of over 8 per cent per annum. This Judge Chas. A. Hardin has appointed Is all stuble and reliable banking InMarshall C. Newland as Circuit Clerk stitutions ask for money, aud it Is fair of Lincoln county to serve out the to assume that concerns which offer unexpired term of the late lamented unmore than this dividend are both James F. Holdam. It was the death stable and unreliable. bed request of Mr.. Holdam, so it is The frequency with which little chil- said, that Mr. Newland should be allow dren are burned to dtiith on being left ed to conduct the office for the benefit alone while their mothers go to the of the widow for so long as he would neighbors' is little short of appalling. have held it had he lived, and Mr. New-lan- d A due regard for the little folks would will endeavor to carry out his seem to suggest the wisdom of reducwishes, and has already announced him ing neighborly calls to the minimum or at least putting tile kiddies in some self as a candidate for the office. room where they cannot by any possibility get against a stove or get their Goodpastor Severely Criticises Managehands on matchos or lumps. ment Of State Institutions. few cases of minor importance tried. Postmaster Wallace At Richmond His Of The Re- 000000000 Citizens National Bank 6coooooo CARDS. oooooo 1 Re- ported To Have Placed signation In Hands OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE A. M. BOURNE Close of Business June 4th, 1913. Ufi.ir.7 :ty Postmaster General. Auctioneer. Good Service. The following telegram from Washington appeared in Wednesday's Cour ier Journal, which indicates that Rich mond is to have a democratic Dost master sooner than was expected:- "Washington, June 10. (Special.) C. C. Wallace, postmaster at Richmond, has resigned his office voluntarily, although he has over two years yet to serve, and R. C. Stockton, a Demo crat, probably will be appointed in his place. Stockton is indorsed by Representative Harvey Helm and is acceptable to Senator James, who holds the confirming power. Wallace's resignation, it is learned, is in the hands of the Postmaster General to take effect upon the qualification of his successor. Wallace was reappointed to a third term of four years by President Taft on December 19, 1911. Orerdraiu. secured nnd unsecured.. 2.110 44 SO.UOO 00 U. s Bonds to secure circulation. Baiiklns-bouse- . furniture and fixtures 7.000 00 Dae from National Banks (not Ke- serve Aeem-i.. 73a 15 Due from btate and Private Banks and Rankers. Trust Companies HI 20 and SaiiuK-tinks Due from approved reserve agents... LVVII 00 W ti Cbecksand otber cash Items Neteso J other National Hanks 0 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels &! 78 and cents Lawful Money Kf.skkve In Bank, viz Specie Legal-tende- KESOURCE3. Loans and (liKconnis Prices Right. 354-- - Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, r notes H.ft'.T W) 2,(KXj 00 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, Kentucky -- Redemption lutirt with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent oi circulation) . . . 10,057 00 2.500 00 Total i.rrj.275 LIABILITIES. i Sherman Uoodpaster, State Inspector, in an exhaustive report to the Gov. severely criticises the management of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond and the Kentucky Chil-dreHome at Louisville, both of which institutions are maintained by state funds. The report is a lenghty one and goes into details, pointing out where and for what purpose state funds have in his estimation been used to the least advantage, or unnecessarily. The management of the institutions are not charged with dishonesty or are any dishonest acts ascribed to them, but it simply charges them with profligate expenditure of the funds passing through their hands. Lincoln County To Have Fair Election. Many stories are abroaJ here about the reasons for Wallace's resignation. From a reliable source, it is learned that Stockton, who was here last week, had much to do with bringing it about and that Wallace resigned fearing his resignation would be asked for by the department as that of John G. White postmaster at Winchester, had been. The reasons for this fear would ap pear to be sound. Wallace has been active in Republican politics in the in terest of Taft and Bradley and, during the Roosevelt-Ta- ft contest last spring, incurred th anger of former National Committeeman A. R. Burnam and Brutus Clay, former Minister to Switzerland, both of whom favored Roosevelt. Wallace, before the Republican Nat ional Committee last June, defended the Taft credentials of the Madison county delegation against the personal charges of Judge Burnam, then a member of the committee. Despite Bur- nam's membership the National Committee decided in favor of Wallace's delegates. It is considered probable here that Wallace feared charges might be lod ged against him by Burnam and Clay which would have resulted in his re moval for political activity by the Post office Department. Capital stock paid in f0,(00 00 Surplus tiind 40.000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and So taxesnald 5,37 National Bank notes outstanding 50.000 tiO Due to other National Banxs . l;t 73 Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT dub to state ana I'm ale Hanks and llHtikeis lis si; and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. lucllvmual ilenoslts subject tocheck. lju.lm u The Old Reuable Barber. Certified Checks tu7 VI Bills paable. Including certificates oi deposit for money borrowed. ! 0t HENRY DUNCAN Reserved for Taxes 1.131 19 COME! Who COM EI Ever Will. ... 1J7I 875 Li Total State of Kentcck y, Coontt of Garrard, ss: I, W. F.Champ. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state mcut Is true to the best of my knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th. day of June 1913. 3. C. Denny. Notary Public. My Commission Expires January its. Idle. Correct Attest: H. F. Hudson. . J.J. Directors. .. L.Walker. WlL-CER- AJjfi&fccRf trySSaw-- v t E. W.Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. REPORT OF THE CONDITION W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. NATIONAL CNo.1'103.) BANK, Residence Phone 220. Office over Stormes' Drug Stora OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT a.m to Office Hours 12. 1 p. m. to 4. TheCloseof Business Jnned, 1913 JIC5.SSO B. DENTIST. Phone 65. Overdraft, secured and unsecured.. . U. S. Bond to se:nre circulation Bonds securities, etc lv.onoto 7.000 10 Duelrom ftpproredreserveaseuts.... 40.M5 lo unecKs ana other casn items ,t; 7.1 Xotesol other National Banks mi 00 Fracttouai paper cnrreucr.nlckels.cts iy S3 LAWrCL Legal-tende- RESOURCES. Loans HUd dlsconuts 62 l.OM W 50.U00 10 Lancasirr, Ky. H. 8pecie r viz: .JIONEY KE1EKVK IN HANK. J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. 77 .... If a pledge will bind or a bond will assure, then Lincoln county is to have a fair election. On last Monday every candidate for office on the democratic ticket signed a pledge not to use either money or intoxicating liquor in futher ance oi ms candidacy. In addition to this they each gave bond in sums to from $500. to $3,000. that they would keep this pledge, and that they would resign any nomi nation that it might be proven they had secured by unfair means. Each candidate was also assessed a small sum to provide officers and other neces sary expenses to look after the polls on election day. This fund was placed in uie nanus oi waiter u. waiKer, a Garrard county boy who has been very active in this splendid movement, to be used in any manner he might deem proper. The stipulation is signed by 35 democratic candidates for office, seeking nomination for every office to be voted for at the coming August primary. er Where ths Apostles Fished. The abundance of tish In the sea of Galilee is to this day the wonder of travelers. Most of the fishing done by the Syrians Involves the use of (lets probably Identical in construction with those of the apostles, and the best evidence of the fishing having through the centuries been done with nets is to be found In the ease with which most of the fish may be deceived with the help of any bait, natural or artificial. The pellucid water of this beautiful lake, with its ever changing reflections, Is In striking contrast with the muddy deeps of the Jordan, but the silt In that river, however unsightly to the eye. does not seem to inconvenience Its fish, which are extraordinarily plentiful even In the lower reaches before It falls Into that deathly lake which the Arabs call the sea of Lot. London Out- -' look. Michelangelo. Michelangelo stood In the front rank both as painter and sculptor. In both arts he was worthy of the highest praise. The fresco of the "Last Judgment' in tue Klstlne chapel is considered the most wonderful picture In the world, showing the omnipotence of artistic science nnd the fiery daring of conception that hut few other paintings can even approximate. In sculpture the "Moses" nnd the "Slaves." not to mention other pieces, rank among the Quest creations of the art and proclaim Michelangelo to have been as masterful with his chisel as he was with his brush. New York American. 10.DVO 00 notes Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas urer (501 circulation). . . . ) 2,7Ji M 13,7ji 00 2,500 00 Paint Lick, tf. Kentucky. lto4-7to9p- .ni Total LIABILITIES $.00,!37 M Phone Office Hours 8 to 12 a. m. Capital stock paid in f 50,000 00 229. 30,00000 Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 5,717 40 M. K. Benin aui . A. Wheeler National Bank Notes Outstanding. 50.0KO 10 Due to Other National Banks . . M2 72 Due to State and I'rhate Banks and Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Bankers lw 2rt Individual deposits aubject to check. 162.729 03 Office: Stormes Building over Ilurt AnderReserved for Taxes... .. 1,13 77 son's Furniture Store. Total jmS37ls LANCASTER, KENTUCKY i STATKOFKENTCCKY.CoDSTYOrGARRAHD.SS: I. S. C. Densy. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly sivear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge aud belief. S. C. Denny. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of June, 1913. W. O. Rijtney. Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. Correct Attest: W. M Eliiott. ) S. I). Cochran. Directors. Alex R. Denny.) IF YOU WANT I will Rive Real Estate and Auctioneer. a Farm. I Buy TO Sell a Farm, Sell AT AUCTION you rock-botto- prices on Wire. Report of tiie Condition OFTIIE See 50 Choice Farms. Me or Touch the Live W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY 8i Meeting Of Kentucky Press Garrard Bank & Trust doing business at Lancaster County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, Bank Co S. C. White Leghorns. My stock from prize winners Association In Sessicn At Olympian Springs This Week. at At- rain-makin- the Mid bummer meetiug of the Kentucky Press Association is being neld at Olympian Springs in Bath county this week andjabout two hundred of the press boys from all over the state many of them accompanied by ineir wives ana iamuies are enjoying the event to the fullest extent. It had been the honest intention of the Record to be represented at this meeting, the Editor being upon the program for an address, which he had prepared, but the editor of the Record is a practising attorney, and a very busy man, and with Fiscal court in session in Lancas ter, Circuit Court in Stanford and Circuit Court beginning here Monday, he found at the last moment it 'would be impossible for him to attend. The assistant editor ana tne business man- rger also found it impossible to go, and we are compelled to be unrepresent ea at me meeting. .However, our hearts are with the boys, and we sincerely wish mat it were within our power to be there in person, and we hope that the next meeting will be held at a more opportune time, and that we may be able to attend. The programme for the present meet is a very interesting one, their "Round table" discussions will prove of incalculable value, and are something that a newspaper man can ill afford to miss, and we had anticipated attending them with a great deal of pleasure. XrvK IfifVffin AT TIIE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TIIE 4th day of June, 1913. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $ lanta, Louisville and other shows. A per few Cockerels for sale. Eggs setting of 15. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. The Scot Caddie. Of the Scot cuddle's contempt for lesser callings tbnu the golfer's there are many examples. A professor not Putter, but a Scot of equal eminence-w- as making a very poor show on the green. The caddie eyed him loftily and then sighed. "Aye. aye. professor, ye may be verra tine at the mathematics, but It taks a man o' genuine abeelity tae be a gowfer!" Windsor Magazine. Overdrafts Secured and un4,642 86 secured 7,434 55 Due from Banks 8,73-11 Cash ou hand 4l S3 Check", aud other cash Items. .. Banking House, Furniture and lSJiOO Oil Fixtures Total I158.K2 21 LIABILITIES. 50.000 00 Capital Stock paid In, in cash 2,20000 Surplus Fund. Undivided Profits, less expenses 2,623 75 aud taxes paid Deposit subject to check I 7865 13 15.136 6.J Time Deposits 94.001 76 21 70 Due Banks and Trnst Companies.. 10,000 00 BillsFayable Girlish Scheme. A Total. .. 1M,S.-,- 2 21 "Your daughter plays some very roState of Kentucky, County of Garrard, Set. bust pieces." We. R. E. McRoberts and J. W. 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