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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 20, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913062001_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 20, 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. ," , w V B V" t i. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH-YEA- LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913. Farmers have commenced to thresh barley. Another excursion over this road to Cincinnati last Sunday. The kiddies tre rejoicing over the closing of the school term. The tourists have commenced their annual Sunday pilgrimages to Crab Orchard Springs. Wheat harvest begins this week and indications are that the wheat crop is an unuaslly good one. Hot weather and disease go hand in hand; look after your defective cesspool and disinfect your premises. Two valuable gold watches will be given June 27th, two separate contests one for the girls and one for the boys. The ice cream supper at Fairview last Saturday night was a great success and netted a neat sum for the church. NUMBER It. r.- - S urn Special Attention One Thousand pieces of !33333SS'SXS33S3 The New Paint Lick School Building. jp'-MsiBjaiiiBiiii- s rmmmmmmmmmmmMm DEERING Binders 3 m Another Monument To The Cause Of Education In Garrard County. ia GRANITEWARH going for 5, 10, 15 CENTS. Such bargains were never before in Lancaster, come while they last. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks. !g3X3X&3Ei33e33eS3E&33 ' Above is a splendid likeness of the new Consolidated High School Build ing at Paint Lick, which is second only to the local school building in ap Lots of Iambs being shipped to the pearance, and which is another striking illustrations of the rapid growth being markets from this county, showing that made by the cause of education in the county. is a growing industry in sheep raising Garrard county. Three counties will be reDresented in Memorial Tablet To L. Y. Leavell. The two gold watches, to be given to declamatory contest, at school audi It has been suggested by a friend of contestants at school auditorium on torium, on June 27th. Reserved seats June 27th., can be seen at Morrow & at McRoberts at 35 cents, general ad the late Louis Y. Leavell that a McRoberts. mission 25 cents, children under 12 memorial tablet be placed in the new School Building in honor of the man years 15 cents. The catarrhal fever scare has about whose generosity rendered the erection blown over in this vicinitv and the of the new building possible. It is Always Welcome Guest. country people are beginning to come appropriate and right. We heartily ento town as of old. Hon. George W. Boner, erstwhile dorse the plan and would suggest that Surplv it is sufficipiitlv late in the editor, just now politician and always the children of this district contribute season for us to predict a good fiuit popular, was in Lancastei last week from 10 to 25cts. each for the purpose. crop without fear of frost coming and shaking hands with his legion of friends. Many friends of Louis Leavell would be George is a candidate for representative delighted to contribute. lip. rritriiwr -. TiroillMinnQ h..,..B !! ...... ........ tlf in Jessamine county, and he says is "a A suitable tablet could be purchased Two contests on June 27th, a gold sure winner". M e are fond of the and placed in the building at moderate watch will be given to the successful gentleman but as he is on the republican cost. girl and one to the successful boy, on ticket, we know Jessamine county too Let the good citizens show their love June 27th, separate contest for valu- well to accept in toto and without Ques for the honorable, upright citizen who tion George's statement in this regard. loved this community and wished to able prizes. leave alegacy thatwouldbe apermanent grieving over the loss of Lots of Old Land Mark Gone. benefit to our community. "pet pups", and it is really aggravating The old log house ODDOsite the a good dog to which you have to have Former Resident Of Lancaster Burned To become attached, poisoned by some Methodist church has been torn down and removed, the lot has been graded unscrupulous person. Death In Louisville While Lighting up almost with a level of the street and Gasoline Store. F. G. Hurt sold his interest in the will in the near future eive Dlace to a John K. West lot to his partner H. C. dwelling or business house. Mr. L. E. Hamilton, price private. We Ida Bryan, formerly Ida Singleton of Herron purchased the property recently and made the improvement. This house this place, and a daughter of Anna stand Mr Hamilton will build a some residence on same as this is one was known as the "Miss Nannie Letcher Hemphill a well known Lancaster colproperty" and was the home of the ored woman, was burned to death in of the most desirable lots in the city. Louisville on last Sunday morning late Judge B. F. Pherigo. Youthful Prima Donna. while attempting to light a gasoline stove at her home. Her remains were No Place Like Home. Little Miss Virginia Pearl Walker, brought here on Tuesday and interred the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. I. Williams and family, bag ! Walker sang a solo at the and baggage, arrived Sunday morninc in the Lancaster colored cemetery. Mrs. Alex musical given last week by Miss Walsh and from the smiler which wreathed The deceased was born and reared in ' that was the hit of the entire per-- I the faces of the entire party, there is Lancaster and many years ago wento formance. It was very creditable in- no place like Lancaster to them. They to Louisville where' she married a colored man named Bryan, he bedeed for one of her ace and in its ren- - are quartered temporarily at the ing connected with the Louisville and ta,ent and much but will probable rent property Nashville R. R. Co as a promoter of j guuu kiauuuK for the Summer. Mr. Williams will colored excursions. remain in Lancaster until July 15th and the remainder of the family will be here Progressive Candidates Of County Make until the first of September. v.well-to-dKen-garla- n, Deerine Mowers. .. Champion Mowers. Champion and Deering . Hay Rakes. Sweep Rakes and Hay Tedders. 12:1 s Deering Binder Twine. n ifrrrrIMfrgrifg B'ffilB rglarSHi HASELDEN BROS. IMllilJrllJrlSl'SIl Over Stocked Now is the time to get Bar gains on Announcement, And Each Pledges GREAT June Clearance Don't Register Right. Himself For Fair And Honest Election. On last Saturday afternoon the County Committee of the Progressive Party of Garrard county, of which G. M. Patterson is Chairman and R. C. Stults secretary met with the Citizens Comittee composed of the Ministers of the city, at the latters request. After hearing the ideas of the ministers as to the holding of a fair primary election, free from any corrupting influence, the Progressive Committee and also the candidates who expect to be voted for by the Progressives at the coming primary, expressed themselves as being in hearty accord and sympathy with the ideas as expressed by the ministers, and each and every one of the candidates pledged themselves to heartily support the said movement. The following candidates whose names will appear upon the ballots at the coming August primary under the device of the Progressive party have signed a pledge binding themselves to support the movement of the Citizens committee, not only throughouWhe August primary, but through the general election in November, regardless of what the result might be. The names of the candidates and the office to which they aspire are as follows Judge, J. B. Bourne. County Clerk. John M. Duncan. Sheriff. R. S. Brown. Jailer, George Anderson. Assessor, John Green. Representative, John F. Holtzclaw. Declamatory Contest. The weather vanes on the courthouse neither of them seem to register cor- rectly, they persist in pointing to the north west, even when a balmy breeze is stirring from the southeast. This matter should be remedied at once as it is liable to cause some fisherman to strike out on a fishing trip when the wind is wrong, which is as every one knows a fatal error. We are going to get old Uncle Step Conn to make us a wind mill for our individual use. "Consistency Thou Art A Virtue. Buggies, Harness, Wagons Don't miss this opportunity. It will only last 30 days. SALE. IN FULL FORCE. Some weeks since Ed. Walton in his good paper the Richmond Climax took the Record to task for carrying two heads on the respective sections of several issues, and to avoid the criticism of our discriminating friend, we at once did way with one of our heads. The issue of the Climax of the 17th inst makes its appearance in two sections, and lo and behold, each section has the same identical head. Bro. Walton where is the consistency? W. t ; I J until J. Romans ONE TIME. NEXT TIME will be soon, BARGAINS 00 I Gor. HcCreary Issues Pardon His To Man We Invite you to try us Within Half Hour After Cor-victi- In The Circuit Court. Don't wait, the very thing you would like to have might be sold. Our Immense Stock Must Go. w We should like to have all our good friends and customers to get in on this Great Money Saving Event Ih.': LOGAN LANGASTER, KY. iJi Dr. Lucian Treadway was tried in the circuit court here on Wednesday for carrying concealed weapons and was given a fine of $50 and a jail sentence of ten days. He promptly paid the fine together with the. costs, and going to a telephone called up Gov. James B. McOreary at Frankort, and in a very few minutes returned and informed the court that he had been pardoned in so far a3 the jail sentence was concerned; the Commonwealths Attorney verified this statement byjcommun-icatin- g with the Executive office at Frankfort, and the jail sentence was waived pending the pardon so hastily issued by His Excellency, Gov. James B. McCreary. Dr. Treadway is a practising physician and resides at Paint Lick in this county. He has been indicted upon several occasions and for different offenses, and has occasioned the officers of the county no little trouble, but in most instances up to the present occasion he had managed one way and another to compromise, or by some other means evade the punishment for his wrong doing. It was thought this time that he surely would have to suffer the punishment handed out to him, and he would undoubtedly have had to serve his sentence had not Gov. McCreary seen proper to extend Executive clemency to him. We know the There are nine entries for the two 1 gold watches June 27th. The following have announced their subjects:- Owen Hendren, Lancaster Ky., The plea for Cuban liberty. Marksbury Ky., Beulah Sutton, Guilty or not guilty. Mildred K. Beazley, Lancaster Ky., The Swan Song. Matsy Grimes, Stanford Ky., The Boy's Bear Story. Alta Hammond, Paint Lick Ky., Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight G. C. Bradley, Richmond Ky., The X Rag. Wilco Scanlon, Richmond Ky., The Little Brow Boy. Ky., Frank Tinder,- - Lancaster Intemperance. Sallie Mills Craig, Stanford. Subject not yet announced. Reserved seats on sale at McRoberts' Drug Store, 35cta., General admission 25 cents, Children 15 cents. EVERYTIME you need something you will know who will treat you right at ALL TIMES. Let us prove it. i i Davidson & Doty. Page -- me wT, nk. The i Central-Record- , Friday, June 20, 1913. 2 I mill V L I I II I II . wFP VVT C ON JLM I 10 L B V JZfl HP Hkl-JiB I . -f ZLI B& 15 inn 9 31 8 PORCH SHADES, PORCH FURNITU Swings and Wall Paper for next days, to reduce our stock. A New Lancaster, HURT & ANDERSON. Kentucky i 'SSSSSSSSR according to his means, to the erection of a suitable memorial, and if a fund raised in such a manner be not suffincorporated. Weekly. $1.00 a year. icient, we are sure there are any numIssued ber of people in Lancaster who would gladly supplement the fund and raise a E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. sufficient amount to place in the building a tablet of no men proportion. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. We very much fear that this duty will Entered at the Tost Office In Lancaster, Ky., devolve upon the Woman's Club, as Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s this is the only organization in LancasMember Kentucky Press Association ter which ever takes hold of and accomplishes things. and Eighth District Publishers League. Reversing a case from the Whitley Lancaster, Ky., June 20, 1913. circuit court, the Kentucky court of -- appeals on Monday held that liquor might be shipped into dry territory, Rates For Political Announcements provided it was for personal use and For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 was not for the purpose of sale. While 10.00 the case was taken up under the Webb or County Offices 15.00 Kenyon act, the court did not attempt For State and District Offices 10 to Iconstrue for Calls, per line this measure, satisfy10 ing itself with simply construing the For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter- Kentucky law applying in the case at est of individuals or expresbar, under which the case had been sion of individual views, per placed by the Webb Kenyon bill, which 10 simply strips a shipment of its interline 05 state qualities and makes of it an inObituaries, per line trastate shipment. We are authorized to announce the following candidates for Democratic L. & N. Officials On Tour Of Inspection. Nominations. The Central Record Lawyer. Clean Up The Town, Both As To Sanita- Burton Boys All Have Cars. ' I j I For Stale 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. ASHBY ARNOLD. For County Attorney. G. B. SWINEBROAD. GREEN CLAY WALKER. For Jailer. Messrs W. H. Anderson, Thomas Walker, M. Stamlar, Morris Kellarand Mr. Freindburg passed through Lancaster on last Thursday, making a stop of several hours. These gentlemen are all officials of the local division of the Louisviile and Nashville Rail Road and were on their annual tour of inspection. The Park now under construction passed in review before their eyes, and several other improvements which might be made to to great advantage were brought to their attention. Mr. Anderson, the Sup't is a clever and accommodating gentleman, as are those who accompanied, him and they may be depended upon to do anything asked of them in the way of improvements, provided of course that it will redound to the interest of their company. The Climax Takes A Crack At Us. Ed Walton, who is about as good a judge of a news item as there is in the state, has the following to say in his paper, the Richmond Climax, of the telegrams sent from here to the daily papers: The Lancaster Record complains of a scarcity of salt in that city. If the good paper wants to salt down those "fresh" items the correspondents for city papers are sending out from the "Land of Now" the Climax will see that it gets a barrel or so p. d. q. .Surely Ed. knows the Record force too well to even dream that a member of its staff would be guilty of such work. By the way Ed. did you notice in the daily papers of the 17th an account of the burning of the depot at Rowland which occurred on the 14th, inst under a Lancaster date line, of course. , Paul Miller Married. ' JACK ADAMS. DAVE ROSS. For Assessor. DAVE C. SANDERS. E. B. RAY. W. L. HUFFMAN. For School Superintendant. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. For Magistrate. 1st District. JOHN N. WHITE. SHIPTON H. ESTES. DAVIS SUTTON. JAMES H. DALTON. 2nd District CHARLES C. BECKER. TAYLOR T. BURDETT. LOGAN ISON. We are authorized to announce the following candidates for city offices. For Police Judge. E. W. HARRIS. J. P. PRATHER. Elsewhere in thi3 issue of the Re cord appears a short article which was contributed, suggesting a tablet to the memory of the late Lewis Y. Leavell, and which strikes us very forcibly as being a good suggestion. It is true there could be no more fitting memorial to this splendid friend of the cause of education in Garrard county than the handsome new school edifice just completed,, which was made possible by his generosity. But it is equally true that there should be somewhere, in some prominent place in that building a tablet to his memory, in order that future generations may be reminded of his munificence. We are unacquainted as to the cost of such a remembrance, and we have no suggestions to offer as to the manner in which we should raise the fund, but we are inclined to the belief that every child who has profited through his generosity would gladly give, each Lieutenant John Paul Miller.only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller of this place arrived here on last Sunday evening for a visit to his parents and other friends and relatives. Paul brought with him his bride of a week, who was Miss Grace Seagrave of New York, to whom he was married on June 7th, and who certainly speaks well for the discriminating taste of this worthy young man. After a weeks visit to Lancaster they will go to Louisville where they will make a short stay with his sister Mrs. R. E. Hughes, after which they will go to San Francisco, from which point they will sail on July 5th for Guam, which is on of the Ladrone islands, belonging to the' United States, having been ceded to them at the close of the Spanish-America- n war. Guam is 900 miles from Manilla and 2000 miles from Honolulu, and is an important station on the route from this country to the Philippines. Mr. Miller is a Lieutenant in the United States Navy, he was born and raised in Lancaster. and his host of friends here are proud of his successful career and tender him their sincerest congratulations upon the winning of such a winsome bride. YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUJIN. Messrs Robert and Richard Burton, tion And For The Purpose Of Imboth of the county, have followed in the wake of their brother Will and are both proving Its Appearance. ' possessors of handsome automobiles, To The Democrat's Yoters Of Garrard Co. Phone 20 for your Raspberries. attorneys for law license. The young Lancaster is a small place, and as having each recently purchased new STOP. gentleman passed a very creditable ex- such it should be an easy matter to machines of the Buick pattern. For brick, lime, cement, sand, crushamination and was admitted to the bar, keep it clean, both as to sanitation and ed stone. Garrard Milling Co. Do you know that the last Kentucky and as he is a young man of splendid as to beautifying. In this article will Ralston Case Today. Legeslature by the creation of numerous literary attainments, deeply learned in probable be seen some suggestions All Pattern hats at cost. and superfluous offices and appropriathe law, and a natural born orator, we which have appeared in these columns The case of the Commonwealth tions, increased the State debt to over Rella Arnold. predict for him unlimited success in his ' before, but we will allow the fact that against Thomas Ralston charged with 2 millions dollars,. chosen profession. Mr Quinn's home is they are good suggestions be an apol- murder was set for trial in the circuit If you want a crate of RaV erries fer Do you know that it wanted to levy court Wednesday, but after exhausting an at Livingston. ogy for their frequent appearance. additional 5 per cent tax on the preserving Phone 20. j The appearance of really warm wea- -' the regular panel without obtaining a hundred dollars worth of property to1 Politics Warming Up In The County And ther brings forcibly to our minds the jury, Judge Hardin ordered a special . If you want some good coal for vouc build turnpikes in the mountains. cook stove that wont till your htowj necessity for the very strongest kind venierof 50men to be summoned toap-peDo you know that it increased the Expected To Occupy The Limelight WIth oot and C"lder tr' a sm on this (Thursday) Tiorniug from of sanitary measures, and the fact that load f mimhnr nf 'swhahjb V1IIWIUIJ a?Vl& oz V. m 5rfl- - cm Hns V our High Cliff. Garrard .Milling Co. From Now Until The August the laws of sanitation are not being liv- which to select a jury, after which the beyond the requirements of the ed up to as they should be is a self evi- trial will proceed and will in all probconstitution. Primary. Residence on Richmond street for rent dent fact;a ramble up and down some of ability consume the remainder of the Do you know that it pissed a law immediate possession. principal thoroughfares will soon week. Toward the latter part of last week the making the state pay the premiums on Parker Gregory. the weather continued to grow warmer convince you, your olfactory organs will the bonds of the state, officials which Corn Growing Nicely. be assailed with various odors, from and the local political situation seemed the Court of Appeals has decided Examine our line of to the decaying to be in thorough sympathy with cli- - the neglected cess-poA good many of the farmers of the unconstitutional. manure heaD and the over ripe pig sty, matic conditions. On Saturday afterhats. Rella Arnold. Do you know that the papers of the county were heard to complain that noon a great many more people were each and every one of them a disease the recent cool state are discussing the advisability of weather had turned It burns like wood and don't fill your in town than on the previous court day, breeder of the most dangerous type. corn blades white, caused them to have increasing ycur tax rate from 50cts. to stove with ashes and soot, order triut and politics was the sole topic of con- These things should be attended to, the appearance of having been frost 75cts. on the one hundred dollars. load of High Cliff coal. versation. The various democratic and at once; if their owners do not and bitten. However, since the advent of Do you know that I tender my services Garrard Milling Co. candidates, the successful of whom will not give them the proper attention warmer weather the corn has assumed to sing at funerals free of charge. will of course be the successful ones for the sake of their own health, then its normal Do you know that there is scarcely a condition, shows no bad reFor Sale. for the second time in November, were for the protection of the neighbors and sults from the cool snap, is growing member of the lastlegislaturebutwhat the community at large, the Board of urging their particular fitness upon the I have for sale a Pony Cart, harnesw. and that nicely and is well up to its average has opposition for constituency, and every candidate for Health, that body whose authotity has condition at this time of year, with the county papers of the state are saddle and bridle. All good as new. every office from the lowest to the such wide scope, should take the mat- promise ot a splendid crop Mrs. Susan Fisher. should con- praying for a deliverance from another highest was putting in his best licks. ter in hand promptly and see that the ditions prove favorable from now un- legislature like the last one. The republican committee held a meet- city's health is safeguarded. One de- - til its maturing time. All shapes and trimmings THINK. may start an epidemic ing to devise ways and means for fective cess-poat half price Rella Arnold. Do you want to send a representative placing a ucKet in tne Held; and we of disease in Lancaster that will cost Annual Inspection Of Local Chapter Royal who will endeavor to lower your tax , are reliably informed that the "old many precious lives, all of which might rate- ' Lost. guard" will have a full ticket in the j have been avoided at a very trivial cost Arch Masons. Do you want to send a representative field for their adherents to vote for in and with the performance of a verj ) m.are 8yr oId with brand Hon. M. H. Davis of Paris Kv.. who will cut off the useless officials and November. The Progressives weie ' small amount of labor. A manure heap, " ,eft h,p' IIad on Ie,athr such as may be found in the rear of acting under orders from the Grand make those left, work harder for their also in session and finally determined Jno. Sinkhorn, upon a number of their candidates, a some of our citizens stables, yes and Chapter of Ky R. A. M. came down on pav Mitchelburg Ky, Boyle Co. Do you want to send a representative those stables opening into alleys within last Monday and inspected the local full list of whom will be found in this We want some of jour coal orders a block of the public square, will breed chapter on Monday evening. As usual who advocates and will fight for a more issue of the Record. on no other grounds than the merits of a sufficient number of disease spread- the Lancaster chapter was pronounced equal distribution of state taxation. juu ........ wraii u i.icaintun.c me cuai, we nave laKen tne airencv June Term Of The Garrard Circuit Court ing flies that all the "swatters" in the to be in first class condition and the world would not be able to exterminate work put on for the benefit of the who will have the courage to not vote for the High Cliff mines, just now for Began Monday With An Unusually , before the coming of cold weather. Inspector was pronounced by him to be for an appropriation because some high the hrst time on the market, trv a small load don't take our word for it. Such conditions actually exist in Lan-- i fully up to the standard. After the official wants it done. Light Docket. Do you want to send a representative caster, and too, after all of which has inspection and the business incident Garrard Milling Co. thereto was finished, delightful refresh-men- tj wno will nave the nerve to hght a bill The June term, which is like the been said and done since the coming of Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale consistidg of raspberries, ice created for some broken downpolititian the spring and summer to stimulate others a three weeks term, of the Garthe people to observe sanitary measur- cream, cake and lemonade were served or political parasite. .. .. Will coll n.ji f ..... rard Circuit Court began here on last lanu lucaiea seven miles against the probable coming of dis-- 1 in the apartments of the order. Monday; Judge Charles A. Hardin was es who will not have the gall to denounce frm Lanca!te.r " Rlchm Pe, two on hand early to preside, as was Judge ease. We are of the opinion that it is Hum jrami i.ick smirch. Hitrh mat granu,saie ana courageous cnnstian state of cultivation, time such things were abated, that Stanford People Determined To E. V. Puryear, who with County At. .. Stop All necessary out tn those who will not do these things for buildings. torney J. E. Robinson will look after ' F. Higgins, Paint Lick, Illicit Sale Of Liquor And Taking a demagogue and a trickster in politics. the interest of the Commonwealth; ' their own good and for the protection ',Ky. 3m.l Do you want to send a representative Circuit Clerk W. B. Mason with Miss of the community, should be made to Heroic Measures With That who will represent the interests of the do so. Already dread typhoid has made Nofire Sue Shelby Mason as his deputy prepeople of Garrard county and not the End In Ym. sided at the books, while Sheriff its appearance, and after you or yours The mee''nE called for of the Demo- whim of some ambitious or vaingloriu3 George Ballard was present with have been stricken with this terrible The good people of Stanford who have polititian. cratic County Committee for last Sat- disease will be too late to repair the Messrs C. A. Robinson, Tommie Balbeen so long cursed with the liquor quorum ami at; " If vou w e ect me I will be on hand "'""J cess pool or take the precautions that lard and Davis Sutton to assist him. you know you should have taken, and traffic, have determined that it shall promptly every time the "cock crows" other call is made for Saturday, June The docket was an unusually light stop, and are making heroic efforts to watching and fighting for your inter- 21st at County Court room, at 2. P. M. one, and Judge Hardin hopes to do you will be as guilty, as responsible enforce the local option The entire committee is urgently relaws and effec- ests and I tender my services to sing some good work toward the complete for the damage wrought as if you had tually put to an end quested to be on hand as business of the illicit sale of at all funerals without pay. used an ax. Don't put it off another clearing of it this court. There are 75 liquor in their city. The officers, hnth importance demards it. By order of LISTEN. old equity cases, 25 old common law day, if you have failed to take the city and county arelending J. I. Hamilton. Chairman, to this effort proper precautions, if there is anything cases, 16 commjn law appearance If you elect me I will not vote for every assistance In their power, but J. R. Mount, Secty. about your premises which is dangercases and 20 equity appearances. absolutely not the bootleggers are persistent and adopt any appropriation ous to the health of your family or The criminal docket speaks exceedevery conceivable means for slipping necessary to pay the expenses of running ingly well for the moral condition of that of your neighbor, see that it is booze in for the purpose On the state Government. What I mean ' of sale. the county, and is unusually light and looked after AT ONCE. last Sunday night Sheriff McCarthy by necessary expenses, is, the Asylums, Another thing we will mention at the will be pretty well disposed of at this Deaf & Dumb, Feeble Minded, Lunatic, risk of being called persistent in the and deputy Embry, Jailer Dink Farmer, and the salaries of state officials. term of court. Do You Own a and Marshal Bony Carter came to LanJudge Hardin gave to the grand jury matter, is the blockading of the alleys caster in an automobile for the purpose The farmers are now paying two his usual forceful instruction, dwelling of the town; many of these secondary of boarding the excursion Pure Bred Boar? returnmer thirds of the state taxes, which is un at length upon violations of the elec- thoroughfares are almost entirely im- from Cincinnati and catching a number just and outrageous, and can be reliev- A vtrv tion laws and the fish and game laws, passable, especially after night, when of the hv mat'inff tho If not, why not? Try one of my most notorious bootleggers who and touching upon every law which he it is actually dangerous to attempt to were known to have gone on corporations ot all kinds pay their just Durocs and watch your profits grow that train thought might be violated in the coun walk thiough one of them for the fear for supplies. My spring pigs are by Sires of They secured the portions of the taxes. ty, instructing them to diligently of coming in contact with a sharp rod assistance of Chief Herron So far as capacity and energy will Grand Champions and and with out of SOWS L search into such infractions and if the projecting from some piece of machin him boarded the train, which ue vout ir uouo odh- - i arrived allow, win nnr, i of royal breeding. Also have a few ery, an old wagon or some piece of Tn, wtri,Sno.. ficht; . ... i evidence coming before them justified v here between 2 and 3 o'clock Monday vamt .. v.....or .0......b it, to return a true bill in each and junk which has been placed there to morning,, each of the officers stationed safegarding the interests of the people bred gilts for sale. Entire herd im- "get it out of the way". The eventual himself one of the doors mumed against cholera. every case without fear or favor. Garrard county at all times. at of the of outcome of this negligence and careless Again I tender my services to sing at The grand jury is as follows:-N- . Prices low, quality high. Satiscoaches, the negroes they sought were J. Gosney, Foreman John Tribble. ness will be that some one will be in- readily located and seemed to be well all funerals, putting them on the free faction guaranteed. Call and see jured, the town will be sued and a heaF. W. Montgomery J. M. Mount heeled with refreshments. But no list. will talk to the voters at the follow- my herd. Phone 363-vy judgment will be added to the alI J. M. Sanders A. W. Kavanaush sooner did the officers make their ready heavy burden which the taxpay appearnce than J. H. Posey L. G. Davidson a perfect f usilade of ing places:- Bryan tsville Saturday June er is carrying, and all because of the bottles of beer and whisky began to 21st 3 P. M.; Bourne, June 21st at G. D. Robinson R. K. Speaks negligence of someone whom the city pour from the windows of the night 7:30; Paint Lick June 28th 3 P. J. Wade Walker Virgil Scott train, and Lancaster, Ky. M., Lowell at night 7:30; McCraary authorities have allowed, or failed to many quarts of the contraband PETIT JURY. goods prevent from blockading one of the was picked up between this July 5th 3 P. M., Herrings School place and T. J. Price Dennis Scott House July 5th 7:30 P. M ; Maricsbury thoroughfares of the city. The city Rowland. Notwithstanding this. Mr. E. C. Smith N. K. Bogie July 12th 7:30 P. M.. Marcellus July! may be going upon the theory that Herron informs us that he heard E. B. Ray that 12th, 3 P. M. and at the Court House Albert Skinner "sufficient to the day is the evil there- the officers succeeded in capturing D. C. Sanders a J. T. Clark of", but such a theory will most sure- truck load of beer and whiskey upon in Lancaster July 28th at 3 P. M. G. P. Terrill J. D. Gulley The undersigned hereby give warnMy opponent is respectfully asked to ly prove an expensive one. the arrival of the train in Stanford. C. F. Ison R. L. Cox ing to all persons not to trespass upon be present, for I propose to discuss his The object ,pf the Lincoln county officers Sid Doolin S. B. Henry our lands for any purpose whatever as Buy Raspberries by the crate. Curry's in coming here to board the train was record as your representative. Resp't. J. A. Cotton J. S. Schooler J. R. Mount. we will prosecute all offenders to fulto prevent their prospective prisoners C. S. Ballew J. T. Raney lest extent of the law. Hunters and. .T. T. Pope H. L. Wallace Fishermen especially take notice. Examine our line of from leaving the train at some suburban All pattern hats at cost. G. W. Elam. station and walking in to town toevede Sam Cotton Norman Grow R. L. Elkin. Rella Adnold Ed & N B Price hats. Rella Arnold. them. J. G. Doty Jr. ar . W Mr. John M. Quinn one of the gifted young sons of the good county of Laurel, came down Monday and on Tuesday was examined by a committee of local All shapes and trimmings at half price. Rella Arnold. ' " """" $1.29 v i "? 1 ol ' hM' I I i .. ..:; C-- "" I Mr. Farmer mnt-rinll- J B. B. F. Robinson, POSTED $1.29 V r The Central Record, Friday, June 20, ISIS. Page 3 Ueport of the Condition M R sisf55j ! GOVERNOR JAMES B. M'CREARY CANDIDACY FOR SENATOR ANNOUNCES UNITED STATES "To the Democrats of Kentucky: "I did not expect to be a candidate ngaln for office, and liae bo stated, hut hundreds of Democrats have, by letter and In person, stated to mo that my obligations to the people and the Interests or the Democratic party, to which I have Ifelonged all my life, require that I should bo 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, 1 have decided to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for United States senator at the primary election to be held In August, 1914, and. If nominated, submit my candidacy to the people ot Kentucky at the November election, 1914. i whole life as a faithful, working DemMy Republican opponents, ocrat. Give your Binder a chance. Protect yourself from Binder trouble by using RELIABLE j I I ' Manufacturers of Deeding 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 "I delayed the announcement of my candidacy because I believed the seventeenth amendment to the constitution of the United States would be ratified and made a part of the con-Etitution, and United States senators would be elected by direct vote of the people. "This amendment to the constitution, for which I voted three times while a member of congress, is very Important to me, because the primary election will not occur until August, 1914, and the election ot United States senator will not occur until November, 1914, only a few month3 before my term as governor expires; and, if nominated and elected sena- 1 : I when I was a candidate for governor, examined my record as legislator, congressman and governor, with clob9 and careful scrutiny, and found no blemish. "For my achievements as a Democrat I could point to as many important bills which I introduced and passed in the legislature of Kentucky and in the congress of the United States as any other member of either body, but I must not make this announcement too lengthy, and I will show this hereafter, if necessary. "It is proper, however, for me to say that in my canvass for governor I promised, If elected, I would obtain legislation for better educational facilities, better roads, safer banking system with bank inspectors, lower insurance, adequate forestry laws to protect our forests and encourage a tuberculosis commission to protect the health of the people, provide for the passage of a local option bill so as to take this important question out of politics, and also restore the geological survey so as to exhibit the soils, minerals, geological formations and attractions ot Kentucky; and, in order to fulfill these promises, I was active in my aid in enacting tho following progressive and necessary legislation: Progressive Legislation. "A safe and competent banking department with a commissioner and tree-plantin- I (tots a Pound. You will pay more if yon buy elsewhere. Backer, Ballard & 60. 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CHARLIE WHITE-KOO- N The Ccwloj Btilalist ORIGINATOR OF ChETEKKE REMEDIES COIMEL-Si- UDIM SOPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky INSURE Your HJk oasis' YT"7l ir ' TOBACCO rPBBw6HR9BKr''J& GOING AFTER THE 4 Against J Ia3 ill J HAIL Voa need something to clean op disinfect and kill parasites. LSCE. will do the work. STORM with KRESS DIP No. I DEPENDABLE INEXPENSIVE EASY TO USE We have a special booklet on diseases of Poultry. Call or write for one. SURE Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. GOVERNOR JAWfcS B. M'CREARY. tor, I can serve my full term as gov- three inspectors, maintained at the ernor before I take the office of sen- expense of the banks. "A department of public roads, with ator. state commissioner and engineer in Thinks Election Sure. "Another very important matter to each county; the expense to be paid ' be considered is that Democrats ot by a tax on automobiles. "A game and fish commission, Kentucky should nominate a candidate for United States senator who which is more than "A geological department to do lus-tic- e will certainly be elected at the Noto our geological formations, vember election, 1914. "At the last presidential election soils, mineral resources, iron ore, Woodrow Wilson only carried the coal, etc., which is supported to a state of Kentucky by a majority of great extent by an annual appropriafund fur1,300 over the combined Republican tion of 510,000 vote for Taft and Roosevelt, without nished by the federal government. "A forestry department to preserve considering the 14,000 votes cast for the Socialist and Prohibition candi- our forests and restore to forests the r districts: and dates. The Republicans will be sure burnt-ove- r to find a candidate upon whom the paid for, to a great extent, by of the United States governTaft Republicans and the Roosevelt Republicans can unite, and, unless ment with our state government. "A state insurance rating board to the Democratic- candidate can secure the full vote of the Democratic party, regulate and reduce the rates of ina Republican will be elected to the surance; the expense to be borne by United States senate from Kentucky the insurance company. "A state board of tuberculosis comNovember, 1914. As I was elected governor of the state of Kentucky in missioners to look after the health of 1911 by 31,000 majority, and also the people and guard against the ravovercame a Republican majority of ages ot the terrible disease of tuber18,000, I feel that I can state with culosis in all ot its forms. certainty that if I am nominated I "In addition to these useful commiswill be elected United States senator. sions or departments, mostly "I claim nothing for having helped and without cost to the state, to redeem Kentucky from Republican I with the members of rule, although it was the longest and the senate and house of representamost arduous campaign in which 1 tives in complying with the declaraever participated and my opponent tions of our state platform by passing was proclaimed by Republicans as I county unit bill. their Invincible candidate. I rendered "I with the members ot Democratic service in opposing him, the general assembly in establishing which I have freely rendered in many prison reforms promised by our platcampaigns for nearly 40 years, and form, which were so much needed, I am proud of the results and thank- and now the penitentiaries of the ful to the Democrats of Kentucky for state are under the management of the earnest and united support with men not elected by political influence, which they honored me. but appointed by the governor, and the people and the press speak well Fidelity and Achievement. "Every candidate, when he asks of the wardens and of the general for further honor and support, should management of the state prisons. be able to point to fidelity to duty Primary Election Laws. and to achievements made for his "A direct primary election law was party in his state and In his country. also enacted, under which-a-ll officers "For fideUty to duty I point to my to be elected by the people are re-cut-ove- Quired to be nominated on the first Saturday in August each jear preceding the regular election, at the expense of the state, and no measure was ever passed that will more effectually put the political boss out of business and go further towards securing clean, fair elections. "Educational bills that will help to stamp out illiteracy in Kentucky weri enacted, and I will always remember ith pleasure my asMst;inre and cooperation with the members ot th last general assembly, whose usefulness and whose real benefit to tho state have never been exceeded in my day by the members of any legislature. Corporation Assessments. "Equally important with the fulfillment ot platform pledges is a fair and just increase of the taxable value of corporations. I with the board of assessment and valuation, and the members of this board, after careful, capable and thorough examination, fixed the franchise valui of railroads and other corporations. The railroads are now resisting the fair and just assessment made by the board, but I believe the board will be sustained and upheld by the courts and the burden of taxation will be put jointly on corporations and on individuals, and in reasonable time will pay the state's indebtedness, and, I hope, justify a reduction of state taxes. "The last legislature authorized the appointment of a commission on revenue and taxation. That commission has been appointed and is doing good work and will make an important and beneficial report at the end of the present year, which report will be laid by me before the legislature. "The state constitutional amendment on the subject of taxation, which many persons advocated, has been submitted to, and will be voted upon by the people at the next regular election, if adopted it will enable th" members of our general assembly to impose a greater tax on corporations. Republican Debts. "When I was inaugurated as governor I found Republicans had put a debt on the state amounting to about a million and a quarter dollars, and. as it has been repeatedly published that the appropriations made by the first legislature of the present administration were greater than the appropriations made by the first legislature of the preceding Republican administration, I requested the auditor to furnish me a statement showing the expenditures made in the respective years referred to. The appropriations made by the first legislature under the administration, which came into power in 1908, amounted to ?1,3S9,-021.6the appropriations made by the first Isgislature of my administration, in 1S12, as shown by the signed statement of the auditor, amounted to $575,244.68, which shows that the appropriations made the first year of my administration did not sum up f as much as the appropriations made by the preceding Republican administration. Meeting Current Expenses. "I am hopeful that, at the end of the present fiscal year, we will be able to show, leaving out the Interest on the state debt, accumulated during Republican rule, that the revenues of the state this year will about pay its indebtedness for the present fiscal year. Kentucky is in debt, and we all regret it. Many of our sister states are also in debt far in excess of Kentucky. Even the new state of Oklahoma has a debt at present of over six millions of dollars. I am now endeavoring and will do all in my power to cut down expenses and inaugurate retrenchment and reform. "In conclusion, I wish to say the people of Kentucky have tried me and have known me long enough to judge of my Democracy and to understand that I believe the success of the Democratic party in Kentucky is paramount to my success; and while I pledge myself to support, actively, any of my opponents who may be nominated for United States senator. It that should occur, I will, all the time, uphold and advocate the last state Democratic platform of Kentucky, and also the national Democratic platform, adopted by the 1912 Baltimore convention, and will try to be conspicuous, if I am elected United States senator, in earnestly assisting our able and faithful Demo cratic president in carrying out the pledges made in the national Democratic convention. Will Canvass State. "The verdict of the voters of the United States in the last presidential election must be upheld. The people must rule. Monopolies must be dethroned. The power of special interests must be destroyed. The unjust burden of tariff taxes must be removed. The currency laws must be revised and made more beneficial and suitable for the people. And all other Just and needed reforms, set forth in the national Democratic platform, must be complied with. "As It is more than one year before the primary election is held, in which a United States senator will be nominated, I shall not commence a speaking canvass for several months, and will devote my time to the discharge of my official duties as governor. At the proper time, however. I shall speak to the people in every part of the state. "I 'have had long training in public affairs and know the needs of Kentucky and the United States. My long experience in national legislation will enable me, If elected, to render good and efficient service as soon as I commence to discharge the duties of United States senator, and my heart will be full of gratitude to all who support' me. "JAMES B. M'CREARY." one-hal- UNCONSCIOUS OF THE GOOD By F. A. M1TCHEL I Dunk Of Bryantsville dolni; business at town of BryantsvHIe. County of Garrard. State of SCiumrLy, OF UOlXUHs ON TUB AT rilU CLO-- E am an artist liy profeM(on. nml 4th day of June 1513. when I was stnigsliiit: for iccognltion must paint it occurred to uie that one picture In which 1 should put KKOlMtCK3. .. f 99Je) 71 something sufficiently notable to gir Loaus and d seemed and SC7W me a reputation. BeliiK n pointer of lae fioiu UxdV.3 .. 3,1x9 A Caption haBd . ?t4-face and figure. 1 naturally looked Hankln Hon-.-- , Fuml4ur-ait- I fc, Hxlnres about for a model. 1 found subjects In determination, in grace and other Total i 5.S features, in figures, but I needed a LIABILITIES. face to go with each, and that I did not Capital Htock paid in. lu easb 1 uiH-ear- find. Into a new studio 1 looked out upon n court The roonn facing me were occupied ty otrues of various kinds, and I could look into those on the same plane with me or a little below. The first morning I occupied my studio I saw through a window opposite a youth some sixteen or seventeen yenrs old sitting at a typewriter. I was Impressed with his appearance nt onco Ills face expressed honesty, principle, goodness His profile, which was usually toward me, was beautiful, and his full face, which he often turned to look at his copy, was also beautiful, and each seemed to Indicate that the young mnu contained wltbtn him elements to fit him for some noble work. Dure was what I had been Ions looking for. I did not care to copy his features exactly. What I wanted to put on tho canvas was that nobleness, that goodness, expressed in his face. This I succeeded In doing beyond my most ardent expectations. Before beginning to pnint the picture, thinking of the subject I should choose for It, I was disposed to represent my model as dolus some kindly act, but I finally concluded to paint him as he was n typist If, I argued, tho goodness stands out in him on the canvas as a typist, how much more will be the triumph than if I represent him as a "good Samaritan!" We expect goodness In the faces of those who profess to bo rood, but do not necessarily look for it in those engaged In ordinary occupations. My picture passed the hangin? committee of a certain gallery in which I was anxious to place It, and on tho opening day I took a seat in the room where it was hung to watch Its effect on the persons who passed it There were pictures In the gallery by well known artists, and most visitors were looking for such. Nevertheless the gazers gave nt least n glance to all there were, and as most of them pass ed my picture they stopped for a few moments nnd looked nt it There seemed to be something near home In the subject, to say nothing of the Individ nality of the person depicted But this was my own surmise I visited the gnllery nearly every day and noticed a slowly growing in tcrest in my picture. At last I saw per sons who on coming into the room where It was hung looked about them evidently for some particular picture and finally found It In mine. This told me that It had begun to be talked about. Before the exhibition closed the painting as well as the artist had made some reputation It was about five years after this that a young man attracted attention by consecrating his life to the poor He belonged to no organization and had no means of his own. but he soon found backers among wealthy persons who gave him money for his good works. It was not long before he was known throughout the land as one ab solutely pure, noble and doing a good work. ITavlng heard of 1dm and conceived a desire to see him, I called at his of flee a shabby room in n rookery with the ostensible purpose of making an offering for his work. What was my astonishment to see a man rise to receive me whom I recognized at once as the model for my picture. I made no mention of the coincidence: simply giving him the money I had brought and trespassing for a short while upon his duties in order to converse with I moved When orpins Fundi es nd taxes pjM lier-- u :iit,)i.'t toclxet: TIiep Dejiit- - . -- Indented I'rorlis. Iuoiio-n- . - ijmm JM k;k trnt't .1 Sw.WS Due IWiik-- i hu.I Truit CcttSfMtiiej HilN .. TotI OK KKVTff KY. I COUNTY OI AURAKIwCr" We. C. Hvefcrr. I're-nlw- t ami tke nlxtir Mnol BaHk that the akore siatCMMfrt t true Co tbe U--t of onr UliKlc!i awt IxlM. C. c. IfeelEcr. J.C. to before me this lUfc lay of Jniie WIS. 1. Hdgau AtlUrJ. Ketarj- Pubttc My Cumml'iion expires Feb'JV. 1W. 4'iIeiiiiiU J. O. Wll-llai.- 9ar WltlUM-'.Ca'ihler- . t amI-uor- Report of the Condition Peoples Bank 'loins utlslut-)- - County of AT at tlie town of I'aiut l.tek, ..irr.inl, state of Kentucky, LO- -t ul'lil-'IM'- l Tiltt OS THE 4th day of June 1913- - itKStiuitUKs: i)vvrilrfu.eenrtil MiR'fc Loan-i ami Ca-il- i on huncl Uantlu House. Furniture and FUture-i lie boiKl-- t iiicl from Itaiik-- i other . anil uuurel .ecuritlc-4 ... . $ :'l K ?!7t 8- I.fr'O &J 11 3,'ex 16 3 Jt 0O Total $UO.SW ca-t- I.IAl!II.lTIKs: .i Capital Stock paid In. in Mirplin limit proiit-iless expeuses ndUiileit ami taes paid ... Deposit siihjeet to cheek 1 . 14,000 H) S.HM) Co DeirtjalH. 1'oMal a lugs W! l.'" I,Si5 M.rtlt' : T- - M 114,2TSet Total .. State of Kentucky. Comity of Oarrard. ss Wt. K L. WiimN. and R O. Woods. and Cashier of the above named Hank, it do solemnly swear that tin-- abovw is true to the best of our knowledge and K. L. WOOI. President belief. K.O.WOODS, Cashier. SulxcriWd and sworn to before me thi 11th day of June 1011. W. li. Hammack. Notary Public. My Commission Expires Jau 1, lull. ut tate-mei- lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris. 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st, Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Alonday. him. I mado several visits to my model on one pretense or another and attempted to Induce him to go with me to see the picture 1 had made of him when he was a typist He was so busy that it was a long while before I could secure the time necessary for tho purpose. At last 1 succeeded, and he went with me to where the painting hung. 1 had not told him that I was the artist He stood for a long white looking at It Intently, so Intently that I expected when he spoke he would say, "That Is myself shortly before I came of age." At last 1 broke in upon his feelings, his meditations or whatever they were by asking him what he thought of the picture. "I have not thought of it as a work of art" he said. "I have been thinking how I would rejoice could I have the nobility of within me soul expressed by that young man." I was astonished. He had sat before a typewriter himself; he had been the model for the figure In the painting which hntT only approached that nobility of soul he mentioned, and yet he saw no likeness whatever to himself. Should I tell him the truth? No. It was better that he should not know it. better that not a grain of alloy should enter Into his unconscious goodness. I led him away from the picture without enlightening him. He went back to his work of succoring the unfortunate, no doubt nerved to greater exertion by having seen a portrayal of a good soul without recognizing it as his ewn. &.,, one-tent- h 3htiritattima an& tugrabrfc Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. THE Central Record. Are You a Woman f I i Ulcers And Skin Troublas. Send Your JOB WORK to THE CENTRAL RECORD, REMcROBERTS & Son, Lancaster, Ky 117) Lancaster, Ky. If you are suffering with any old running or fever sores, ulcers, boils, eczema or other skin troubles, get a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you will get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Recommended by R. E. McRoberts, Best Laxative For The Aged. Old men and women feel the need of a laxative more than young" folks, but it must be safe and harmless and one which will not cause pain. 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My trip was a The ptowman. weary, plods his homeward kidneys were disordered and the June 11th. nay kidney secretions were irregular in selling great success, Little Miss Verna Ray of Madison Homeward Hie plowman plods his weary I had Co is visiting passage and contained sediment. nay. Mrs The plowman plods his weary homeward hrr grand-mothemore medicine.doing more pains in my back and sides and when I Andrew Bogie. way. JACK, DAKOTA stooped, I had difficulty in straightenThe North Western Cow Boy. advertising and getting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Raney and little And fo on. But If It is not poetry it ing. Finally, I used Doan's Kidney r, were guests of Mrs. Is the supreinncy ot verse. lndon better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, Pills and they completely lelieved me." Chronicle. Hiram Ray last week. testimonials and praises from all over the United States in For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Mr. Joe Simpson has returned to his The Split Log Drag. Co, Buffalo, New York, m: Foster-Milbur- n regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and home in Oklahoma after a very pleasant The spilt log H due to the ingenuity sole agents for the United States. always will be at of a .Missouri farmer, who. to Improve Remember the name Doan's and visit with relatives here. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, Misses Leota and Rosa Ray have the condition of the hlgbwny between take no other. Ms farm and the neighboring village, returned after a"visit to their grandLancaster, Ky. devised a rude contrivance to smooth HAMILTON VALLEY. mother, Mrs. Frank Hibbard at Lan- the rough places and round up the caster. surface from the ditch to the ceuter so Dr. and Mrs. Hendren were in ns to drain off thp water. This device Farming is progressing nicely in this Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all Nicholasville Friday to see his sister, was most simple sluce It consisted or community. over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Mrs. Ida Baskett, who is very ill at her a log split Into two equal parte, with Mr. Russel Singleton had a valuable home Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. a few brnres between them and a there. cow to die last week. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness Mrs. Nora Teater went to Crab chain by which the horses hauled the price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human Several from here atteeded court at Orchard Monday to be at the bed side drag. It was tried after a rain when the road was soft, and It worked so skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. Stanford last week. of her little nephew, Burnett Sanders well that Its fame soon traveled far Possessing this confidence, have never Mrs. Melvin Stinnett was the guest who is ill of typhoid fever. fi and wide. This was the beginning of 72Mmfi2M tried to produce a cheap wagon. We could, but .a, of Mrs. Wm. Lawson of Stringtown the split log drag, the Improved form we don't dare try the experiment. Our constant last Tuesday. Guaranteed Eczema Remedy. of which any farmer can make In a aim has been to produce the best wagon. short time. It has revolutionized the Rev. W. H. Bryant will .preach at The constant itching, burning, red- work of maintaining dirt roads, work Bethel school house on Sunday June J22 ness, rash and disagreeabla effects of And in living up to this highest standard, we have which had always been expensive and at 11 o'clock P. M. of won and hold the confidence and good-wi- ll eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles Ineffective. Harper's Weekly. hundreds of thousands of farmers all over the world. and irritating skin eruptions can be , ft 0 f MARKS1HJKV. We know a paint which holds to the readily cured jnd the skin made clear Fried Salt Herring. Stud et aker wagons are built to last, to do a day's and smooth with Dr. Hobsons Eczema wood like a driven nail. Seasoned lumber When Kipling wrote about east and work every day, to stand up under stress and strain sold a lot of fat hogs John Prewitt s. Ointment. Mr. J. C. Eveland, of Bath west never meeting he might, with alis porous. The pores are the empty and to make the name Sludcbaer stand for all at 7,cts. most equal truth, hnve made it north 111., says:"I had eczema twenty-fiv- e that is best in vehicles. White lead paint, which dries on the John Swope sold a bunch of lambs years and had tried everything. All and south. England and Scotland have Don't accept any other wagon represented to be wood in the form of a solid, elastic film, their own national Ideas, particularly for 7J cts. failed. When I found Dr. Hobson's just as good as a SluJebaker. The substitute may be fastens into these pores, and the whole J. V. Simpson sold a bunch of shoats Eczema Ointment I found a cure." about cookery, and they won't mix. cheaper, but it isn't up to Studebaker standards, and is rare In the exaveraging GO lbs at 8 cts. This ointment is the formula of a phy- North of the Tweed it or woman who coat of paint is actually riveted like armor-plat- e treme to find n man you can't afford to buy it. sician and has been in use for yeais and Mrs. Edmond Sutton sold two wean to the surface it will eat eels, mid bouth of It bnggis has For business or pleasure, there is a StuJelafar vehicle not nn experiment. That is why we never succeeded In miking itself a ling jersey calves nt $20 each. protects. suited to your requirements. Farm wagons, trucks, business wagons, can guarantee it. All druggists, or by popular dish. Then there is salt hersurreys, buggies, runabouts, pony carnages each the of its Rev. Mahan attended S. S. Union kind. Harness also of the same high Studebaker standard. services which were held at Beuna Vista mail. Price 50c. Pfeitfer Chemical ring. I heard lately of nn English Phoenix White Lead Co, Philadelphia and St Louis. lady resident in Glasgow who went See our Dealer or trrile us. last Sunday afternoon. (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Maik.) home to London on a holiday, taking STUDEBAKER South Bend, lnd. Mr. Ben Hughes of Lancaster and with her, as a distinctive Scottish deliUHYANTNVILLE DEXT.E1 KANSAS CTTY NEW YOKK DALLAS CHICAGO and Pure Linseed Oil. daughter Delia Rice made a brief visit cacy, a keg of Loch Fyue herring. To PORTLAND, ORE. MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO to our town Sunday. please her the Londoners tried to eat Miss Patty Belle Burke closed her them, boiled, ns they ought to be. But Miss Martha Dye of Middleburg is school last Monday. iake the paint that spreads into a solid S2Z22Z3SES2SH They wouldn't go it was no good grand-parent- 8 Mr. the guest of her oody. It becomes a part of the wood Mrs. Havrey Deane was hostess at a down. So after that they had them and Mrs. B. K. Swope. a six oclock dinner Friday. itself an outer layer that preserves the fried, and I understand the keg was Mr. and Mrs. Robert Humphrey and life of the lumber. Mr. R. I. Burton has gotten his new finished. Glasgow News. daughter Margaret were guests of the Buick touring ASTC car he purchased recently We sell it as well as other painting reqOn a Needle Point. family of T. D. Chesnut Sunday. r-MMr. George Herd of Fort Worth is uisites. Come in and have a talk with us Indirectly Pasteur solved the famous cL & 1 &LiL A number of "Juveniles" carried visiting Mr. B. F. Patten and family. medieval problem. "How many angels about painting. out a musical program very success Miss Elizabeth Bryant left Saturday can stand on the point of a needle?" fully last Wednesday afternoon at the to attend the Normal School at Rich Sir W. Crookes said that altering the Residence of D. S. Swope. word "angels" to "devils" he had mond. found that of one of the deadliest disMiss Margaret Woolfolk of Lexing Take two houses both alike eases that bad ever scourged mankind Most Children Have Worms. ton is the guest of Miss Mayme Lee 500 of the maleficent microbes veritaone-- Let Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAIN- T Lancaster, Ky. Many mothers think their children Ballard. the other go unpainted ble devils could, without overcrowdare suffering from indigestion, head Mrs. James Coy and children of ing, find placepn the point of the finOffer them both for sale ache, nervousness, weakness, costive Kirksville spent Wednesday with Mrs. est needle. 2&21Z$ZZ?ZZ'ls You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at nsss. when they are victims of that R. I. Burton. house will bring. even $500 less than the MASTIC-PAINTENot Worthless, most common of all children's ailments Mr. J. B. Leavell who has .been quite Why. her husband Is abratlence -- worms. Peevish, fret sick with pneumonia for several weeks At the beginning both houses represented equal value. solutely worthless. Patrice Ob, yon YA'y'y ZZfs.Wm nuinw vful children, who toss and grind their is improving. shouldn't say that! You know It has teach, with bad breath and colicy Mrs. Belle Davis of Jessamine was been proved that a man weighing 150 The Lesson : A few gallons of MASTIC PAINT pains, have all the symptoms of having patented joint has properly applied at the righl time greatly increases the value over last week to see her daughter Mrs pounds contains enough grease to worms, and should be given Kickapoo Charley the whole business of make seventy five candles and a pound of your property. Deane. Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge building silos by making it posnf soap. Yonkers Statesman. Mr. Billy King spent a few days in which expels worms, regulates the bow Your building needs painting Right Now, but don't use keg-lea- d sible to construct a perfectly solid els, tones up the system, and makes Richmond last and attended the dance A RSl Hero. paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but or hand-mixe- d stave silo of any desired height. When From boyhood every man wears In children well and happy. Kickapoo there Thursday night. put together with a little white lead at is costly and unsatisfactory in the end. Miss Allie Dunn who has been teach- his heart the image of his ideal woWorm Killer is guaranteed. All drug these joints, a two-piestave gists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kirka-po- o ing at Bollixer Tenn, 'Spent a few days man. Then he marries the substitute, cats her burnt biscuits and says noth Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia here last week with friends. More than Forty years the Standard of Excellence (as. Florida Times-Union- . and St. Louis. Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard entertained a T7 7 Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How-tfew of her friends at a course dinner F-r- XV III Cj Paint Them" and color chart showing 45 different color Simply Didn't Do It. Thursday. Covers were laid for ten. PREACH EUSVILLE. Mother-No- w. combinations. Willie, tell me the e is as good as if it were made of Mr. James Caywood of Booneville, truth. You forgot to wash your face staves, and very much less expensive. There Visit this store and let us tell YOU all about is no metal at these joints to become corMrs. H. G. Cummins is quite sick spent several days last week with Mrs. this morning, didn't yon? Willie No, the merits of MASTIC PAINT. mother, honest. I didn't forget. Judge outside moisture roded by the acids and no G. B. Rose and Dr. and Mrs. B. C. again. S3 can collect in them to rot the wood. This Rose. The twig blight is damaging many joint adds years to the life of your silo and Mr. L. D. Jennings and family, of TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE many dollars to its value. apple and pear trees in this locality. Danville and Mrs Allie Meddows of We have a plan by which you can own Mrs. William Aker, of Paris, visited Money Back for any case of an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out her mother, Mrs. S. D. Carpentrr Sat Louisville visited Mrs. A. S. Haselden of what it saves for you on next winter's feed, Sunday. Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that urday. bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. Mrs. Margaret Hogan came home Mr. and Mrs. Waller Pettus. of Friday Solace Fails To Remove. after spending a month in LexHubble, visited Mrs. Rebecca Pettus ington with her daughter Mrs. W. T. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediSunday. Woolfolk. Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 199. "CA Kind That Lajtj' cal discovery of three German ScienMiss Maggie Arnold has gone to Mr. Sam Naylor and daughterof Tex- tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals Michigan, to spend the as, Mrs. Battle Creek, John Dunn and daughter of and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Summer. Burgin, were the guests Saturday of take, and will not affect the weakest A large crowd attended each service Mrs A. S. Haselden. stomach. at the Baptist church to hear Rev. E. Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Woolfolk and It is guaranteed under the Pure Food Nollce! B. English. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION daughters, Misses Anna Lee and Mar- - and Drugs Law to be absolutely free The Baptist Sabbath School will give guirite, of Lexington were over last from opiates or harmful drugs of any 4-11-44 Children's Day exercises the last Sun week for a short stay with Mrs Eliza description day in June. H. Ballard and family. SOLACE is a pure specific in every CURES Mrs. May Stedman and daughter way, and has been proven beyond quesMiss Frances Moser and brother, of tion to be the surest and quickest remCholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,, near Good Hope visited Mr. and Mrs. Ophelia and Mr. Jacob Stedman of Frankfort came over Sunday in their edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Levi Bell on Sunday. xVuii r Diarrhoea and a!l Diseases of Poultry car and spent the day with Mrs. E. H. medical science, no matter how long fo years anJ tHnl it tke tet ti Katie Bryant. BaiAtown, Kt., HTK "I Imc osrd Ra? 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hester, of Stan- Ballard and family. The Stedmans for- standing. It reaches and removes the poultry temedy made. ItcurefgapesaadlimbemeckvrithoiitlaiL dropped down the billet a capinc ford, were visiting her parents Mr. and merly lived here and this is their first root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and WjlCoomes.lJardilowa.Ky., lays: "One drop cl Recipe Itilthe beat preTectyel hate era used. ci&tenIJU!inewormwdrdieelthechkkiutairU7. Mrs. D. M. Anderson Sunday. visit since leaving eight yeers ago. purifies the blood. Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crnme, fcrdstown, Ky. Price 50c at alt Druggists. Round Round THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek SOLO BY Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Pettus and Their many friends were delighted to Trip Trip are the Sole U. S. Agents and have see them. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. family of Springfield motored over thousands of voluntary testimonial letSunday and visited Mrs. Rebecca ters which have been received from Garrard Circuit Court.; grateful people SOLACE has restored Pettus. SPECIAL TRAIN Mrs. Ona Naylor and Miss Katherine Sherod Ray's Administrator, et al. to health. Testimonial letters, literPlaintiff, ature and FREE BOX sent upon Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. Grover VS. NOTICE. Gastineau at Point Leavell Saturday ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. R. Lee Morris, president of the First Mary Ray, etal. Defendants. and Sunday. National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Menefee Elmore and Sons will give a All Persons having claims against the the Solace Company as follows: donation fishing party Thursday night, estate of Sherod Ray, deceased, are "I want you to send a box of Solace June 26, at their large pond just back notified that the undersigned Master to my father in Memphis, Tenn., 'for Let us assist you in selecting your gifts from our of the Methodist church. The gate fee Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit which I enclose $1. This remedy has is only a pound of something. Mr. Court will on June 20 and 21, 1913, been used by some friends of mine in large and beautiful stock of diamonds, rings, iaval-lier- s, Elmore says he will have plenty of his office in the city of Lancaster, here and I must say its action was wonlights and musicj Hours6tol2P. M. Garrard County. Kentucky, (Signed) R. L. Morris. sit for the derful. bracelets, tie clasps, etc. Our line of Sterling Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. We sympathize with our Paint Lick purpose of hearing proof touching any IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Silver is excelled by none in the city. correspondent who tells of their city claim against the estate of Sherod Ray, having to bear she training of a young deceased, and all persons having such AND YOU CAN SOON BE Sp BY "No Special brass band. Years ago our burg claims are notified to present same TAKING SOLACE. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST underwent the properiy proven on said dates. Witness my hand, this June 14, 1913. SOLACE ALONE does the work. music, Write today for the free box, etc. perpetrated by several youngsters who W. H. Brown. rnltivfltpd rmrmnnir Rminrl mnpli SOLACE REMEDY CO., ra Master Commissioner of the Garrard ' L. W. Faulkner, Secretary plowing new ground with oxen. W. H. Harris, President. Circuit Court. West Main St. LEXINGTON, KY, Battle Creek Mich. I 133-13- 3 llUUKKVK. 7 The Proof Is Here The Same As Every' To Friends Garrard County. Sall.e Hicks of Brodhead is visiting relatives her. Miss Stella Ray entertained a few of her friends at dinner Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mead Teater have been recent guests of Mrs. Mai Carter. Mrs. Ed Simpson was hostess to the embroidery club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jennie Broadus left last Thursday for a visit to friends in Springfield, Mm. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. r, grand-daughhe- J. p. Pursley's Indian Herbs Your confidence is what vc Studebaker seeks to keep imGhi 7gD)&M&MST "Clincher" Paint sap-cell- b-- i A Lesson isv Real Economy C.G.&J.E.Stormes 1 eetfiat jointL c 1 ce D THAT WSmim 'Bifcf JN5K8 For Real Economy use MASTIC PAINT a""" one-piec- R. E. W. P. Kincaid, McRoberts & Son. && W&k$w lWdpainJi CINCiNIMTS AftSD RETURN Sunday, June 22nd. 1913. ill h Poultry Raisers $1.30 4-- Lvs JUPJGTIO&y CITY 5:35 am re-qn- JEWELRY, Victor, Bogart Co. LANCASTER COLORED nerve-wreckin- g, wrath-provokin- g, AUGUST 28th, 29th and 30th, '13 sleep-destroyi- .y' ' The. Central Record, Friday, June 20, 1913. Page S ;KX$&irK &e&2G&Q&&&t KENTUCKY : Message From the Dead By RUTH GRAHAM A GINGER OR NO GINGER Br M. QUAD Copyright. 1913. Their Love Letters By EDITH V. ROSS ftfism&m &&?5&i?x .ii. ' u was one n'snt years ago. when It is quite remarkable that so volahis farm and Llverpool was an Inuoeent ot tile a sensation as love can settle into ' WT'T Tompkins so humdrum an affair as married life was engaged married. Looking Nevertheless the two conditions are Moges Whee,er WM through an avenue of trees ahead, he nnd very difl'eient. and tlii'ie is no doubt men Ionfln. at Ule posfoulce and Adln-saa man coming carrying a shotgun. iron blmeUy mentioned that his wife that Ioe before marriage is like the As the man approached Mark's brow WM goIn. to b:lko ,)Unll)k,n ,)iej ou tne wind playing upon the strings of a lowered He recognized the comer as ni0rrow and that he must buy 5 harp, now biiuging forth low. sweet Under the Management of Sweetser. the only enemy he wortu of glnger l0 seasoI1 with. scmnds and now the wildest strains. uuu iu iuc Hunu. oweetser was one or It is not only the greatness of these "You don't tell me that you put those men born bad. He had had a changes, but the suddenness Take the In pumpkin pies?" says Moses. trade with Hutton and vowed Hutton case of (Jus Pickering and Sara Trav-er"Of course." had swindled him. This led to bad for instance. They met at a barn "What fur?" blood between them. Hutton avoided dance and Hew at each other as If "To add to their goodness." enemy as far as possible, for he' his goodnes- s- drawn together by a pair of thousand "But It was a sensible man nnd disliked to not wltn don't add to their folks who.ve got nlore taste volt magnets. Two days later they did At Crab Orchard, Ky. Have trouble with any one. Indeed, than a cow! It's all a fool blzness. and not speak to endi other when they met. Sweetser's accusation had Caused him where It started from I don't know. A In three more days they were engaged a great deal of misery. pumpkin pie is a pumpkin pie, and you Thcu they, living in different towns, Sweetser stopped, raised his weapon can't neither make gingerbread nor began that voluminous letter writing Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Habits safely and and fired, presumably at a bird flying bran soup out of It." which never has been and never cm be between him aud Hutton. Hutton fell His words made Adlnlron mad, and equaled by any other correspondents dead. speedily cured. Good board, pleasant surthe two had a an than lovers The letters that passed lastln' fur Sweetser at once changed his direc- hour. As both Jaw church half were members between them varied daily from one tion nnd, skulking into a wood, disap- they roundings, good attention and Speedy Cures. didn't come- - to blows, but they to five, the one representing ordinary peared was never to be good friends ag'in. conditions, the five when Cus wrote Jennie Mills, who was expecting next time they met Moses Wheeler something Sam did not understand. Mark Hutton to tea, looked out of the The to look as mean as he could Alas, the day came when Gus pertried aud window and saw a black cloud rising petrated a Joke in one of his letters stuck up his nose and said: in the west. "Waal, Adinlron, are you turnin' out that Sara did not understand, and she "1 hope Mark will come before that many pumpkin pics with skunk's cab- slapped his letter right back at him storm breaks," she said to herself. "It Had he not been proud of his joke the bage for seasonin' nowadays?" looks awful." yrrxs vgrJtrjjJfSHaoJ tf&jss, .snc:r jjsps TtT; rr ar at i affair might have passed like their l rti no Vrt mnn o.il.l 4ll..tMn The storm came but I ark did not., wltll a IInt'!n ..onl jc,t .nur thousand and one other spats. As it hu was, Gus wrote that since Sara had f,UeUy n...w,nd dashc.d UseIf aea,us,l to feed the town fool on" house like a monster wave of the That was the way the thing went on. thought proper to return one of his sea. Though the sun had not yet set. - letters she might return them nil It was dark as midnight. In the midst After three years of argument and disTo this Sara replied that she was puto Moses weakened enough to say of the turmoil of wind and hail and not so silly as to leave him In pos tne vivid flash of lightning, the crash . but be session of her letters and If bo wished i '. of thunder, there came a ring at the kin helped the taste of the his own the first thing for him to do on gin wouldn't yield a hair's telephone. Had Jennie not been near ger. If there was a husUln' bee. a was send every scrap she had ever It she would not have heard. Going written him. To this Gus replied that. to the instrument, she took up the re barn raisin' or log rnllin' them two since a great deal of gush had been men was alius there, and Jest as soon ceiver. as they sighted each other the dispute written by both, perhaps it would bo the mechanical wonder of the "Jennie!" It finally split up tbe town well for them to make an exchange. "Oh, Mark, where are you? I was began. age!" You can't buy the Ford meinto gingerites and nutmegites. and To this Sara ngreed and said she afraid you were out In the storm." there was a heap of hard feelln's. At awaited the return of his "gush" and It was Leonard Sweetser. chanical features in any other car would thereafter be careful how she At that moment there came a gust of various times the ministers tried to wrote any more of it to any man. bring about a reconciliation. They'd wind that shook the house so violently at any price. That's one reason A number of very short and pointed that Jennie feared it would be blown go to Adlniron and ask him fur tbe notes passed between them as to which w'.iy you must get yours now if you down over her head. It drowned any good of the community to weaken on should first return the other's letters further word that might have come to bis glngeryand they'd go to Moses and and no headway was made. Then Gus want to drive "the mechanical her, but she held the receiver to her tell him that if the spire of tbe Bapproposed that they should compromise ear. waiting for a lull in the fierceness tist church was ever to be finished wonder of the age" this season.'' matter. "Certainly," was the reof the storm But the lull came with- he'd got to let pumpkin pics go and the talk of doughnuts or turnovers. Both ply "I'm ready for a compromise." out bringing anything more from ''Everybody is driving a Ford" more than "Well," Gus answered, "what shall the Mark. She called, but there was no men would think it over and promise 200,000 in service. New prices runabout answer. She could hear through the and agree and shake bauds the next compromise be?" "Why. yon send my letters, of course: then I'll S525 touring car $600 town car $800 with instrument the wind crying in the tele- time they met and call it ail off. They'd back graph wires, but no sound of a human meet at the postolllce, and they'd shake send back yours." all equipment, f. o. b. Detroit. Get particulars About this time an acquaintance of voice. bunds and purtend to be sorry, but It from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Then it began to grow light The wouldn't be two minlts before Adin- Gus' was sued for breach of promise Tills put an idea into his head. He Fourteenth Streets or direct from Detroit storm departed as suddenly as it had lron would say: girl he I come. sun came out, and the reckon you've beard of bad been making love to a The "Moses. Factory. didn't know much about and he would birds began to sing. that fellow Milton, who wrote 'Para- not be surprised if she should sue him But where was Mark? dise Lost'?" R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. for breach of promise. If she did all Regardless of the rivulets of rain "Of course" that "gush" be had written would bo and the soft wet ground, Jennie start"Mighty smart man, wasn't he?" tarrrasi read In open court He fancied the ed down the road. The telephone mes"You bet." sage had indicated that Mark was un" ""- '"Waal, his wife used ginger In her guffaws of the lawyers, the jury and the spectators. It Is very easy for a der cover, but she wondered why she pumpkin pies!" man to work himself Into a panic, eshad heard that unearthly wall of the That would bust everything up ag'in, through the telegraph wires. She and tbe old quarrel would be resumed, pecially if he feels that he is in the wind bauds of a woman who is ready to sped on regardless of the streams of and probably at the next prayer meet-Iturn upon him. (Jus climbed from one water flowing here and there over the Moses would ask heaven to bear Improbability to another till he fanroad. with them of depraved tastes, and pU73r"27?ZJSJ3'&SrQtj55rJ2?'&J&'?X&J&JE& At last she heard the yelp of a dog Adinlron would appeal that them who cied the girl he bad thought be loved U U. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. It was Mark's dog Zip. She would didn't know niithiu' shouldn't he cut wouldn't scruple to do anything for re know it among a hundred barks But off in their Ignorance like a green bass- - venge. And how could nn. one take a r. I V. O. P.IGNEY, As3t Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jk., greater revenge than by giving up to now It was rather a cry than a bark j . tm. I She ran now, for she was oppressed It was only a few nights ago that the be read to the world such expression--a- s W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. "my own sweete-- t. dearest, darling by a great dread Presently she came end came. Both men had got old and E in sight of the dog. He was sitting feeble and ailin" in body, but their Puss!" Ugh! How could he have been ORGANIZED 1SS3. beside something that looked like a log minds was still sot as hard as ever. guilty of such folly anyway? He thought of a great many ways on the ground and howling, with 1N had been talkln' I face turned up to the sky. She ran Adlniron windmill man, andmost all d.iy to get his letters Into his own losses "e Moses had sion, with n but there was a weak spot in all on. Then when she realized what the had a tin peddler at his house over of them. Finally he proposed an ex log was she staggered on till she came OF LANCASTER, KY. Q night, and both had got a heap of new change through a mutual friend to Mark's body. When they sauntered "Very well." was the reply. Only one arrest informatiou "We'll A mouth passed. 7 o'clock Adinfj both give them to Madge Walker for the murder of Into the postoffice at had been made lron puts on a grin and says: She'll give you yours and me mine" Mark Huttou. nnd that was Leonard j: "Moses, you've heard of them pyraThis bank is supervised by the United Slates Government "I'm no such fool," he wrote, "as to Sweetser. But there was no evidence H place any confidence In one of tbe fe Your deposits arc thus guarded; safety should be fust in all against him except that he had been mids of Egypt, I reckon?" 'em like a book," says Moses mnle sex. The go between must be a "Know known to be at enmity with the man y tilings. Deposit with u. and you can help us, and we can help you. "but they wasn't built of your kind of man " This brought another check to P whose body had been found at the pumpkin pies!" g Make this bank YOUR bank. the proceedings. base of a telegraph pole with a bullet "No, they wasn't, but the men who te?yg3ETS,ygTTj.'ifVA zszTtgrvsazfr ir7Wf?BTTTfo BrTTTtuTT ATI Finally It occurred to Gus that be hole in his head. Besides. It was said built 'em was fed on my kind of pump- might take Sara's letters to her and that Sweetser could prove an alibi Singular, He would not have been tried had It kin pies. I've got the figgers right here got his own in exchange not been that Jennie Mills insisted of Jest how much ginger was used wasn't it. that be had uot thought of upon it When he heard that she be every week. If It hadn't been fur gin- this before? He wrote the girl he had lleved him guilty and the neighbors ger there'd her been no pyramids; nev- wildly loved that he would take her sympathized with her In her belief he er could hev been built on plain pump- letters to her and secure bis own, after which there would be a parting beasked for a trial. No one had come kin pies in all this world." "Mebbe not." says Mos.es, "but them tween them that would last forever. forward who claimed to have seen the The spring was coming on. and the murder done. Sweetser asked for the pyramids arc no great shakes. Mebbe trial In order that he might be vindi- you nre aware that Christopher Colum- leaves were beginning to bud. The bus dlskivered America?" crocuses bad already come up The cated. OF LANCASTER. "I've heard so." birds bad begun to build their nests. When It came off Jennie sat among "And what did he do It on?" These two haters who had been lovers the spectators.- - She had taken Zip "Ambition." agreed to meet in a wood back of the Capital home with her the day she discovered "Not much! Adinlron Tompkins, I've girl's home. Each nppeared. bringing Mark's body and had kept him with A. R. DENNY. President. her ever since. She had him in court got bar'ls of proof right In my coattall a huge bundle of letters. They met on with her. but kept him at her feet pocket that be did it on pumpkin pies!" a stile. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. J. "With ginger in 'em?" "Don't you think you owe me an "When the prisoner was brought In nnd S. C. DENNY, Cashier. "Not any only plain." apology?" said Sara. nrralgned she took the dog up in her "I don't believe it!" "What for?" r. R. T. Embky, Ass't Cashier. lap, then lifted him with his face to J. L. Gill, "Then you're a mewl!" "Why, that horrid thing you wrote Sweetser. me that caused all the trouble." "Don't call me names!" With a yelp Zip jumped from her "And don't bristle up to me!" "What did I say?" hands, over those intervening between Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. "Why. you said you said that 1 Then of a sudden Moses went white him and the culprit and. running to him, jumped as high as he could and, in tbe face and took on a queer look, can't remember what you said." WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Gus thought he saw-- a tear standing fixing his teeth in his coat, hung there. and purty soon It was found that be ' Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. This was all the evidence there was had a stroke of paralysis. They took in her eye. Dropping his bundle, he against Sweetser. but It was enough him home, and he died that night, but went to her, put his arms about her S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Stormes, to establish his guilt, though not afore passir away he looked up at his and kissed her. r!SB!3DC3 But the letters. So engrossed were enough to convict him in a court of Wife In a way that meant plain pumplaw. When Jennie was asked If she kin pics. Adinlron was jest used up they with their makeup that they had any testimony to give she replied, over It He no longer had any one to went away 'and forgot both bundles "None that a Jury would regard,but I dispute with, and even llghtnln' rod Then along came uncouth boys. who. knew he was guilty before the dog men didn't seem to care a rap wheth- seeing the packages, took out and read gave his unanswerable testimony." er his pies were plain or gingered. It a few of the letters. Not finding them It was Impossible to convict the pris- wasn't over a month before he was on Interesting, they played football with . oner for want of evidence which a his dyln' bed. He was conscious to the packages for awhile, then left Judge would ndmlt, but the vindication the last, and tbe very last words be them on the ground. That night a great storm sprang up. and the love that was expected by him was not said was: forthcoming. "Maria, I'm goln to heaven to meet letters of Gus Pickering and Sara Sweetser was discharged, but a com- Moses Wheeler, and as there Is no end Travers were scattered all over the So far as doing some kinds of business, the bee hasn't mittee of Mark Button's friends was to time up there I'm goln to use up lounty. For months kind friends were supposed to have made away with ten mlllyon years In convlncln' Moses returning them from every quarter, any advantage over the yellcw-jackThey are both him. At any rate what became of him that pumpkin pies without ginger ain't nnd every return was not only morti"warm numbers" especially .when they sit down as the fying, but heartrending. remained a secret fit for the hogs to eat!" Afnrl? TTiittnn unil lito i.i,.V fT' by Associated erary Press. Lit- In. .....,. 7 iJt ItlK W -- 1 cents-Leonar- d I $ -- DR. R. L. WILLIS. 1 jL f m3 &&w JGl. 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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE Elesantly Knrni jIumI Rooms t ith CI CQ Private Bath, per by Laree Sample Rooms with Private Bath, per 6y ' CENTRAL $1.00 old running or fever sores, ulcers, boils, eczema or other skin troubles, get a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you will If you are suffering with anv ' $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 CJ Cf) v"J" prrsou Table d'holp 2:W p. .. batohokvof clnblrti kfat.i nil lum-hr-i- ntm.t rail- - uwxrWVi!. !"nriin service. from 1J.W to --. 8aOp.ni.. TaliUMliWiliiiinT.fromG.-Wt- RECORD. The Garrard Bank & Trust-Compan- y Per Year. get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones '' of Birmingham, Ala., suffered f rohi an ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in weeks. Will help you. Only 25c. Rec- ommended by R. E. McRoberts, Rathsleilcr opn from Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City jtith ... 30C CQ, CI (Jfl a. m. LOO p. m. to Reservations should bo made whenever pojltta. ROBT. B. JONES. Manacer. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Msr. Chattancoga, Tenn., and Horn Augur (open May 12, 1913), IIotil, Pattki, Atlanta, Oa., under same management and ownership. amw. fajff3"-rrT3-- tj Page 6 -- The Central Record, Friday, June 20, 1913. ?!: Our Cow Boy Herbalist. --UAr STANFORD. Mr. W. S. Embry was in Louisville CC Dakota Jack lived out west, and tried to do his best. As a cow boy galloping over the western plains. Nine years on the plains he spent, As in his saddle he went, and the knowledge of roots and herbs from the Indians gained. CHORUS I wish this world was full of just such men, I wish this world was full of just such men, His herbs is a dead shot and will reach the ailing spot, I wish this world was full of just such men. In advertising on the street.every package he will receipt, To do you some good or no pay. And by the Herbs of the field, God said Residence Phone 27 Office Phone 3. let the people be healed. And Pursley'a Herbs are proving it every day. LANCASTER. KY. Dr. Pursley is the first man to day. that ever sold this way. And give the people a square deal, And in his honest way, I can truly say, he is a manof energy and zeal. If you have any ailments at all. Upon Pursley's herbs you must call, J. M. SKAIN, Mgr. and give them a fair test. As for his soap and liniment I hope, Only Fire Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky Jack Pursley will tell you the rest .) (Composed and sung by Sherley O Better Than The Best. No Higher J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Phoenix Hotel Than The Rest. Distilled. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. Charles A. Hardlu. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur j ear. Circuit Clerk Willliun B. Mason. Matter Commissioner V. H.Brown. Trustee Jury Kiind Benj. F. Robinson. Sue Shelby Ofliclal Court Stenographer Ml-s- s Mason. County Judge A. D Tord. County Attorney J E. Kc.binstm. County ClcrV J. V. Hamilton. Deputy clerV Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jonee. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy fcLerifT C. A. Robinson. Superinttndant of Schools Mis Jennie HIg' Kirs. Aesor V. S. Carrier. Deputy Asseor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bourne 1st. Dlst. Logan I son 2nd, Dlst. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist. James Coldiron 4th, Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. Dist. K. D. McMurtr. 2nd Dist. O. J. neudren. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King, Jtli. Dlst. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor II. T. Logan. City Judge K. W. Harris. City Attorney It. II. Tomlinson. City Cl'-r- k U.K. Herndon. City John M. Mount. City Treasurer 1). A. Thomas. Chief l'ellce U E. Herron. Ateor Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. G S. Greenleaf. COUNCILMEX. II. C. Hamilton B.F. Walter. Win. Herndon. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. 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 & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. ii rrr. T"- - v A Diruunun niwuniwiivi iv Training School for Teachers jiSyjlip Catalocac Trea. Centleadin ta Iote. Mediate and Lib Rti Vr' iw id ail Public, Schools of Kentucky. Special udw, nn.F Cowrte. TUloiiFretAp- mltariei, new model aehooL new naaval training building, prartiectchooLdrpartraeBtaracrieaUart, a welleqnippcd smaantiua. Domtle Srfenrt. Virt.tTenii begtni sp-t-irSecond Ten NoTftnber 18. Thirl Term Jaauarr IT. Pttarth Tma April 7, Saxnaacr School pea Jaie It, WUm B.DO KMW1AW J. a. CnABBB, President. POSTED 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 this week. Mrs. Lelia Cook is spending a few days at Elixir Springs. Miss Josephine Warren returned on Wednesday from Knoxville. Several delightful entertainments have been given for Miss Margaret Hocker. Mr3. Shelton Saufley will entertain on Friday evening for her niece, Miss Sallie Mills Craig. Mr. Joseph Hopper is at Black Mountain N: C. for a rest and to enjoy the Y. M. C. A. Meeting. Miss Mary Morrison Matheney is at home from Lexington where she has been taking voice culture. Miss Sara Hundley has returned from St. Katharine's and will be with her mother here during thu summer. Miss Annie Cass who has been visiting her sister Mrs. L. B. Hilton, returned to her homeat Brodhead on Tuesday. Quite a number of the younger set enjoyed a picnic at the Lake on Monday evening. A delightful lunch was served at six o'clock. Mrs. Howenstein entertained a number of voung people at her home or. Whitley Ave. on Tuesday evening complimentary to her brother, Mr. Lester O'Bannon. Morrison Bright and Harris Coleman are at home from the University of Virginia for the summer. Both of these young gentlemen will return to Virginia NINA. in the fall. Mrs. Lizzie Denny, of Lancaster, is Mrs. Nan Clark of Winehill is with here to attend the marriage of her niece, Miss Margaret Hocker. While her mother Mrs. Barbry Creech. here Mrs. Denny is the guest of Miss to visit H. Its money in your pocket Isabella Denny. T. Logan's June Clearance sale. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid entertained on Miss Barbry Gulley is the guest of Thursday evening for her daughter, her aunt Mrs. R. W. Sanders this week Mi3s Adelia Russell, who has recently We are glad to know that Mrs. Bar- returned from Midway where she had bry Creach who has been so very ill is been attending school. better at this writing. The Misses Carpenter have been the Mrs. Sarah Lay of Pinehill has re- attractive guests of Mrs. J. H. Baugh-maturned home after being with her sick Mr. and Mrs. Baughman took mother Mrs. Barbara Creech. their guests and Miss Sallie Mills Craig Brother Morgan filled his appoint- to Crab Orchard Springs for a little ment at Bethel Saturday night Sunday visit. and Sunday night and delivered some Miss Lula Mae Bruce,' of Danville, excelent sermons. spent Monday with Miss Sophia Alcorn. Mr. Joe A. Kelley and Mr. Davy These young ladies expect to leave in a Kelley are just from Lancaster where short time for an extended Western e of their trip. Mrs. Dick Bruce will accompany they were called to the them. sick father Mr. John Kelley. Friday June 13., 1913 was the date of Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders of Marks-bur- y and Mr.' and Mrs. Oakley Burk of the most unique meeting of the local Madison was the pleasant guests of Masonic Lodge Joseph Hopper Jr., the was V. Sanders last youngest of the Hopper clan Mr. and Mrs R. initiated and all the stations of the Thursday. lodge were occupied by members of the Hopper family. Joseph's father and FLATWOOI) two brothers occupied the principal stations while the Rev. Joe Hopper Miss Myrtle Cormney is on the sick (Uncle Joe),And his sons, from Perry- ville filled the other places. This is list this week. said to have been a record in Masonry. S. L. Baird sold 10 fat hogs to Center Bros for $7.75 per 100. Woman' Study of Man. That tbe race of husbands knows its Tom Worrel sold 7 fat hogs to Sam wives may be doubted. That tbe race Anderson for $7.75 a hundred. of wives knows Us Husbands Is unIts money in your pocket to visit H. doubted. Tfce man goes nourishing T. Logan's June clearance sale. forth on bis path of many Interests. Miss Myrtle Cormney bought a calf The woman sits at borne and broods over her single rnterest tbe man. By from Mrs. Lucy Johnson for $12. dint of brooding sbe absorbs and acE. G. Hammack has returned from a cepts or rejects him. No man can hope visit to his sister Mrs Bessie Fields and to escape from tbe serious study of a woman, continued for sixteen hours family of Fleming Co. dally. Every piece of evidence that Mr. Wheeler Meador of Lebanon her senses have observed Is scrutinizJunction visited his sister Mrs. May ed, analyzed, classified. Her mind Owens and his best girl here last week. soaks tbe man as liquor soaks a lump sugar. Tbe sugar Is dissolved; tbe Rev A. C. Baird has gone to Tenn. of man Is solved. Most men, it Is true, on a visit. He has received a call to the are simple enougb. But tbe most comcare of a church there for his full time plex men become simple when subjectbut his host of friends here are hoping ed to tbe concentrated and continued that he will not accept the call. scrutiny of brooding woman. They are Mrs Sallie McQuerry of the Union cooked with tbe dinner; tbey are washed up tbe crockery; they are neighborhood died at the old Cook grave stitched with the Into children's pinafores. yard on the farm of Rev. A. C. Baird From that prolonged dissection no on the 16th. The funeral was preached man's anatomy can bide its secrets. by Kev. F. P. Bryant at Good Hope Bookfellow (N. S. W.). church at 10 A M. She was 87 years old. "Living Their Parti." A good deal Is said from time .to time about an actor living bis part In the PAINT LICK. course of some remarks on this subject Walter Prltchard Eaton, In the American Magazine, tells tbe followMiss Lucretia Lkinner has been quite ing: "Once a great actor as Brutus In 'Jusick for several days. lius Caesar' cried to a second great Miss Ethyle Stone of Richmond is actor, as Casslus. with her cousin Mrs. Oscar Hammock. "Till then, my noble friend, chew upon this. Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is "and pressed a plug of tobacco Into his visiting hpr aunt Mrs. H. L. Wallace. palm. Sarah Bernhardt on a wager, Mr. G. W. Rice and daughter Miss once played a tearful and stirring scene In an American theater, reciting InNellie spent last Saturday in Lexingstead of the words of the play an imton. promptu tirade against American hoMrs. Ellen Ballard of Wallaceton tels, and the audience all save a few has been the guest of her sister Mrs. who could understand her rapid Ore French were duly carried away. It Eliza J. Ralston Is even recorded that many women Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Calson and wept Sarah was most assuredly not children visited relatives at Preachers-vill- e living the life' of her stage character then, yet her acting remained effective, last Saturday and Sunday. and no one has yet denied that sbe Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston had for knows how to act" guests Mr. and Mrs. W. C. their Haley of Big Hill last Sunday. Nicknames. Little Ray Rucker Davis of Camp-- "Where did you get that knife?" askbellsville is spending several days with ed Willie's mother. "'I traded a top to Puppy Johnson her grandparents and sister Geneva. for It" Dr'a H. J. Patrick. W. L. Carman "What that Puppy Johnson with and O. L. Hammack attended the Ma whom I saw you playing a little while sonic lodge at Lancaster Monday night. agor "No; that was Plggle Davis." Miss Madrew Farris of Silver. "Dear me! What dreadful namesl Creek and visitor Miss Ellen Gibson of Come here. How did you get that tear Richmond were in Paint Lick with In your coat?" friends Tuesday. "I caught it on a nail when me and Ratty Little Miss Highland of Paris and morn Robinson were mlxin' It up this In." aunt Mrs. Avah Ely of Williamsburg, "Mercy I I don't want you to have Ohio are guests of Mrs. Martha Ely anything to do with those boys any and daughter Miss-Katmore. Their families must be low or Do you know that H. T. Lozan ia they wonldn't have sneb names. How seuing uotning, Shoes, Hats and In the world did they ever get them?" "I don't know. Tbey call me Pimple Furnishing Goods at prices never heard Kenworth because one day I went to of in Lancaster. Mens full suits $2.98 school with a pimple on my nosa" up, worth three times the price. Chicago Herald. Es-tesn. bed-side. Our Personal Guarantee I to all Skin Sufferers" Paint Lick School Closes. Lancaster. Prof We have been In business In this town bottle will cost you nothing. You alone for some time, and we are looking to to judge. build up trade bv always advising our Again and again we have seen how a patrons right. few drops of tbla simple wash applied So when we tell you that we havo to the skin, takei away the itch, infound the eczema remedy and that we stantly. And the cured all seem to bo stand back of It with the manufacturer's prmanent. iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves I). D. D. D. Prescription made by the D. D. Laboratories of Chicago. Is you can depend upon It that we give our advice not In order to sell a few bottles composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of and other lieuling. southing, uf medicine to skin sufferers, but be- wlnterfc-recyou are cause we know how it will help our cooling ingredients. And if will feel Just crazy with Itch, you business if we help our patrons. cooled, the Itch absolutely oothed and "We keep in stock and sell, all the well away you applied known skin remedies. But we will say washed D. D. the moment you are suffering from any this D.have made faat friends of mors this: If We kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis, than one family by recommending this rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a skin sufferer here and size bottle of D. D. D. Prescription, there and we want you to try it now ftnd, if it does not do he work, this on our pesltive y guarantee. R. E. McRoberts & Son. n no-pa- Under the able principalship of W. L. Waterhury the exercises of the Consolidated High Scsool closed with the commencement program Wednesday night. Both the Tuesday night and Wednesday night entertainments were wll attended and very much enjoyed by all. Those taking parts in pach of these programs acqui td themselves admirably, and was well rendered. PROGRAM. Tuesday Evening, June 17th, 1913. PART ONE. 1 You're Welcome if You Keep Right Still Chuma. By Small Belles and Shells. 2 Well, Shell? 3 Alagazam This One Mouglw be a Solo. 4 Some Folks As Describtd by Some Other Folks. 5 Uncle Dick's Mistake. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Carlos Hedrick. Uncle Dick himself Clarence Covington, his nephew. ...Chester Metcalf. Nelle Rice Mrs. Livingston, a widow woman, Ora Estridge Miss Lottie Livingston, her niece John Butner Sammy, hopeful son of Mrs. L PART TWO C Come, Let Us All Be Merry Chorus. Daisy girls, Daisy flowers, etc. 7 Daisy Song 8 Vocal Duet; Io Vivo Et'amo...By Misses Mary and Aima Lear Miss Ray Rucker Davis. 9 Vocal Solo 10 My Baby Rose Chorus. 11 An Uncomfortable Predicament Cast of Characters. Mr. Conn Asher Mr. Jones Miss Nellie Rice Mrs. Jones Miss Louise Rice Elvira Jones Fanny Jones Miss Ora Estridge Hezekiah Hopper. Mr. Carlos Hedrick it DAIN MOWER i M .HBstoSfsV IbsssssiL BSssssflBBsaatJBSiBV ' sii t3sssssssssssssJ I ? IVI sfl m-r-- - . 5 8 The lightest draft and most durable Mower made. Walter A. Wood Binders and Mowers, Dain Hay Stackers and Rakes. Wednesday Evening, June 18th, 1913. PART ONE. 12 13 14 J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Merrily The Cuckoo Loch Lomond Chorus. Mr. G. L. Waterbury. An uncomfortable Predicament. (We do not Hezzy-tat- e to recommend this to all who are Abel to come.) PART TWO. Hon. T. J. Coates. Address Miss Ray Rucker Davis. Pantomime: "Come Unto Me" Presentation Of Common School Diplomas And Teacher's Mr. Coates. Certificate C. S. GRADUATES. Lena Kinnard. Bessie King, Jessie Parks, Sadie Ralston, Hettie Spratt, Morris Todd, Logan West. FOR TEACHER'S CERTIFICATE. Miss Lena Kinnard. The Program for both evenings will be piano music. Polka-dotte- d Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. 15 16 WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent Lancaster, Kentucky. with GET READY Men and Women, Boys and Girls KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN For the Detailed Announcement of The Central Record's Great Prize QampaiQn The Most Stupendous Newspaper Enterprize Ever Attempted By a Weekly Paper in This Section of Kentucky. Hundreds Of Dollars In Prizes given Away Absolutely Free. To the Popular People Living in this section of the state. It costs you nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. Just fill in the nomination blank below with your name or that of a friend and bring or mail to the Contest Manager. The Record, Lancaster, Ky. Printed Matters and full instructions for starting your campaign will then be sent you or a representative will call at your home and explain matters more fully. FILL OUT THIS BLANK and mail or bring it to the Contest Manager, RECORD, Lancaster, Ky. THE CENTRAL Send Your Nomination Nominational Blank, Good For 1,000 Votes. I nominate M Today Printed matter and full instructions Cam111 .. Address as a candidate in THE CENTRAL RECORD Great Prize paign. My name is '. will then be sent you. Address The name and address of people making" nominations not be divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will accepted. It is understood that for each candidate nominated only nomination coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated 1,000 votes will be accepted by the Contest Manager. i will Get An Early Start. be one Enter your name or that of a friend at once. Address all communications to the Contest Department. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. to 3E an :e 3EH1E 3E DC 3E DC s JJ w., The Centra! Record, Friday, June 20, S1& I 'age t l; If H II .;. v I 1 I I I ft Was E4U.tCUB MttaXtatajCTJJCttaaitAltytiJjgJBCT 13K2C3S3B: Ml A 32 inch french Gingham worth 15cts selling fast at lOcts. Only a limited quantity left. "" '" fclMM MPl 11 lf !! MIIHl.WW M,"M is"" a wonder A Lawn value that We offer our New wash Materials in Crepes,Cot- - Iflp being worth 15 cents selling at ton Corduroys and Striped Eponge worth 35c at '" WW fc I I" III I HWflWWr "",,WMI1111 ' ' I I I I : Remember we do not advertise sales but gpe our many patrons, values that are unequalled by any sale, as we do not have to go to this unnecessary expense. i I (; i; ill The JO .. AA ETITT Gossip About People vvv A Brief Mention of (he Comings and Uomj! by Those Hi Are Interested In. JnoL Hj JnLv v jnL X Ready-To-Wea- The Store that makes a specialty of r. lis , j Pi nr jJ I 8, . a 1 ro. We Write Anv Kind of Office at National Bank. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, URANCE Ky. Phone 27. f I u BEAZLEY & COLLIER Dr. H. M. Grant of Norfolf Va. is here for the vacation. Mrs. Sarah Marct of Frankfort is visiting her sister Mrs. Jack Adams. Mr. J. V. Aeey of Lebanon joined his wife here for a short visit Sunday. F t 1L 1Z Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta is the guest of her sister Miss Jennie Duncan. To Draw Your Attention we , Mr. J. JD. Gulley has been in Lexing-- ! ton visiting his daughter Mrs. I. S. Dunn. Mrs. Christopher of Somerset is here for a visit to her sister Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. Miss Willie Wilkerson left Saturday for a months visit to friends and relatives in Liberty. Miss Rudy Soper has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sop;r. I I are this week makefforts in rlnmestir. ing special ffOifr J5 - pvprv linp nf Drv nntl Krl f " S.S?Js5 Fnnfv !fs533i SSs""" and imported novelties. There is a wide range of your daily needs here awaiting your inspection, and ve Mrs. Charles Collier and children of Fork Hidge Tenn. are guests of Mr. and Mrt J. B. Collier. Miss Bernie Lear left Monday for a visit to Miss Margaiat McMurray in bhelby North Carolina. Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughter Cecil are in Crab Orchard visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry. Lottie Carson and Lizza Holtzclaw of Stanford are here visiting Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey. Misses guarantee the qualities to be exactly as represented. We invite you to call in and look the goods over. It will do nobody any horm if you don't buy at once ' R. S. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. 1Z 1Z 1Z UEZ 1Z Jl 11 Lk w&mm&m kXV wwww We carry in stock Lamps. 25-40--60 Q &j0lJgM 'tr Mrs. V. A. Lear and father Mr. R. R. Denton have been in Stanford visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish. Mrs. Elizabeth Frank and daughter. e Frank of New York are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walker. MissJoe-Hord- National m w THE QUALITY LAMP. SERVICE. Watt- - fe r- SB- Professor M. L. Caneer of Richmond the new principal of the Lancaster High School was in Lancaster last week. Mrs. Wesley Walker entertained at a course dinner the honor guest being the teachers of the Lancaster High I f5 K? QU i 8 B School. Ft t 7 IT I XU'J I r u Jr rices r- j in en ucus tu, ju,ana nnj. I Mrs. R. H. Ware and little son of Cincinnati are here to spend the summer with Mrs. Ware's father and sister Captain Isaac Myers and Miss Sallie Lou Myers. Mrs. Elizabeth Powers and Miss Al. Anderson of Lexington motored through to Crab Orchard Springs last Satutday, breaking the journey by a night at the Kengarlan. Mesdames Mattie Duncan and S. C. Denny were in Stanford for the "Reception" given by Mrs. T. C. Rice to the young bride elect Miss MargaretHocker niece of Mrs. Duncan. Messrs W. J. Finch and John Glenn, two popular tobacco men of Winston-SaleN. C. have been recent visitors m The Mazda Lamp can save you money, besides you will enjoy the comfort of a bright light. Lancaster Electric Light Go. p .? rfayyigr,y''gy, .TS. . W r r' timsr'-r n' iii - dm fi.lit - if i iH ' . Build a If ana- )M9 -- rx f V. Makes Home Baking Easy fr MfeEn " " lH' jtZ. -' - some Porch wv&ik to your house and in- zz"r vMtts-fcJicrease its appearance and comfort fifty per cent. You can easily do J Lasa v I' it without much expence. Our mill work will provide needed the posts, pillars, railings, and in fact everything except a few nails. Any body can put them together. POWDER Thm Lancaster Lumber & M'fg iv Go. only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar LIME PttQSPHATE Absolutely Pure l00kl NO ALUM.HO toMiss Minnie Walsh left for home in Helen ard Martha Gill, Angie and Pat- - honor the memory of Jo3eph Frank. Ludlow, Ky last Wednesday. bacco husiness either. sy Kmnaird, Messrs W. B. Burton, K. In tnis instance no need of tablets or Mr. H. D. Tomlinson the popular L. Pontius, J. M. McRoberts, Dan C. epitaphs for his unselfish Christian life Dr. and Mr3. B. C. Rose were with deputy County Clerk, has a "Call of Elkin, Louie Tinder, D. A. Thomas, in thte midt ami his manly and cour- Mrs. Ross Bastin Monday night. Billy King and Mr. and Mrs Branham agesus work for his county, his felfow Mr. Branham Beazley and bride have the Wild" and left for North Dakota Beazlev. mun aral his God. serves to keep Jiving Wednesday. been the recipients of much social atDr. H. M. Grant of Norfolk. Va. ar- the sweet recollections of this bles-e- tl j Miss Nellie O'Hearn is at home from tention the past week. rived in the city Tuesday for a visit to man. Sympathetic ami anxious hearts the Normal School at Ricltnond. have followed the fortunes of thoe Miss Annie Margaret Elkin entertain the home folks. loved ones he left behind through all Miss Bessie Holtzclaw of Stanford, ed at a dining in honor of Miss Tallia-ferr- o Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson hikI son. the trjing years. But God will take is here visiting Lancaster friends. and Mr. Hampton. George, left Thursday for Illinois for a care of his own. Thf companion of Mrs. W. A. Price was in Danville visit to frieiids aim relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 0. U. Terrill will leave his life is here toniptht with his child to Monday fcr their home in Jenkins Ky last Saturday with relatives and Mrs. Louis Land 'am of Danville is receive the full price of a brave a visit to Mr and Mrs Jack Adams friends. after visiting her mother Mrs. H. A. B. mother's victory, and this generous Miss Mabel Clare Arnold of Paris is Marksbury on Lexington Avenue. Quite a number of young people people are thrice happy to help fill her ' stormed "Elkin Place" last Thursday visiting ner grandparents Mr. ana Mrs. , MIs, Margaret of W ful! i0 overflowing. The J Kinnainl entertained evening where they had an enjoyable J. A. Arnold. at cards WedneS(v. Inornin, ; honor hallowed memories of the past blem! picnic. Wlth this her '""mphant victory to Reverend Bronston Ray, Mrs. Ray of Miss Ruth Myers, of Rome Ga. raake a haIW meeting of old neigh- ,, Miss Rella An. old returned Tuesday and baby of Texas are here with Gar - ! ., ! ' Anon and ,,andsome I bors, friends and loved ones. There from Fittsburg, Penn. where she went rard relatives oung son, Colhs Johnson, are visiting, are no critics here ,J fnemls. to see her sister Miss Allie Arnold and miss .mime w.ins nicnuueria ui own- - ineir irienu jiiss Kate item at lieaty- - Every note of the singer will be accompany her home she having been ford has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. ville, Kentucky. with pride, and in happy apill in one of the city hospitals. E. McRoberts. Misses. Alva and Roberta Holtzclaw preciation of a loving mother's sacrit The many friends of little Miss Mrs. R. E. Hughes motored from of Stanford were the attractive guests fice anI a noble father's beneficent Christine Sanders the daughter of Mr. Louisville for a stay with her parents ' of Misses Kate and .Mary Holtzclaw work. My dear young lady the old and Mrs. D. C. Sanders, will be glad Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. home with its tenderest memories ami during Commencement. to know that she has entirely recoverits highest hopes greet you and bid The following from Danville attended Mr. John Merriman of III. has been ed from her recent severe illness. jour fortune f?ir as you embark upon the recent guest of one of the lato the inspection of Lancaster Chapter Dr. Jack J. Pursley and his assistant sweetgirl graduates Miss Mattie Adams Monday evening; C. N. Smith, Jno. B. your promising and hopeful voyage. She 13 no stranger from a distant isle Mr. Martin have arrived from Atlanta Nichols, John Yeaer, William Thur-maor foreign shore, but your own gifted Miss Madge Taliaferro has returned Ga., and will spend several weeks in and Benjamine Thompson. daughter that I present; your own dear Lancaster, then going to Indiana in to her home in Erlanger after a pleasMiss Angie Kinnaird was "At Home" child in whom nature has planted a Miss Anne Martraret Elkin. the interest of Dr. Pursley 's remedies. ant visit to to quite a number of her young friends spark of genius; back to the threshold Misses Emily LeLong and Rachel Wednesday evening. The hours from where first the light of heaven was Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh gave an elegant dining Sunday. Covers Lanier of Danville are two attractive S to 12 being delightfully spent. The open to her, where the first childish were laid for the following; Miss Nan- visitors of Miss Patsy Kinnaird this guests of honor for this happv occasion note was sung, and of all the world the being Misses Emily DeLong and Rachel folks at home she wishes to entertain cy Walker. Messrs Foster Hampton, week. Alex Doty, Sherley Hudson, and Dan Miss Antrie Kinnaird was hostess on Lanier, of Dan ille and Miss Margaret first with her enchanting voice. It is my pleasure to present and I know Collier Elkin. Tuesday at a course dinner, the honor-- Arnold of this city. your joy to greet Miss Frank. ee being Miss Ruth Myers of Rome Messrs George B. Harris of BirSong Recital Given By Miss mingham Ala. and Sam B. Harris of Georgia. Zmej ?AsQn Le5es For Washington. Louisville, who have been visiting The friends of Mr. J. Fleece Robinson ' Frank A Success In Every Par- Air. Currey Robin-o- n left Monday for their parents Judge and Mrs. E. W. will rogret to learn that he is ill of Washington D. C, where through the Harris, returned to their respective typhoid fever at his home on Lexington tienhr. instrumentality of Congressman Helm, homes Sunday. Avenue. The recital of Miss Frank he has beea appointed to a lucrative Club gave a reception The Woman's Misses Mattie Adams and Janey Ter- position in the pension department. Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. rill will leave Monday for a visit to given at the school auditorium served Currey is a promising young man, well to introduce Lancaster to one of her J. C. Frank and daughter. The hours Mr. and Mrs 0. U. Terrill in Jenkins j most distinguished daughters in the qualified, having just completed a were from 4 to 6 and the social gather' capacity of a singer. Rarely have au- - course at the State College in Lexing ing was in the library room in the High ton and will surely give a good account Bowman Grant and Julian Anderson diences been so enthusiastic and no School building. leave the first of next week for a ist who has been heard here has been of himself in Washington, and we expect to see him rapidly climb the ladder That popular resort Crab Orchard visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bowman in njpre entirely satisfactory in every is until he attains one of the highest poSprings attracted the following from tiiular. county. Miss Frank is a joung woman of sitions in his department. here last Sunday; Mr. W. B. Burton, The Chautauqua Circle held their ,hint , CAmn c Misses Helen and Martha Gill, Mr. and rtrri it.tcorma L.tntiH tnl . an., mentaHt t0 Mrs. T. C. Elkin, H. D. Tomlinson, last meeting for the season the past de Beazley Bros. Receive Top Price For Best ' . , , . , Miss Minnie Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Alex week at the home of Misses Martha maim ui vocai art. Tr group oi ' ner nri .r Bunch Of Export Cattle In The and Helen Gill. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Riley. songs opened with "My Mother Bids Charles Dunn who is taking a Me Bind My Hair" bj Hajden, which Slate. Lancaster friends have received an mechanical course at State University at once placed her thoroughly en rap-- ) Messrs W. S. and R. A. Beazley of invitation to the marriage of Joe Price has accepted a position at Dayton Ohio port with her audience, and her rendi-fo- r Lexington (our "Pony and Dick") on Sandifer and Miss Elanor Martha Murthe vacation. tion of "0! My Heart is Weary" by last Monday sold to Monte Fox of Dan-il- le ray of Fort Thomas. The wedding nomas won ner h iremeiiuous uvauon. for Armour & Co a bunch consistwill occur Friday June 20th. The Miss Bernie Lear left Monday for i l he beauty ol tier contralto voice, ing of 187 export cattle at SJ cents per prospective groom is the youngest soil Shebly, N. C. to attend a house party with its mezzo quality, and the art nt,nl th .attic, will Yl'oicrVi 1nWl ilia Mr. J. P. Sandifer a former bank of- given by her friend Miss Margaret Mc', which enables her to color every phase ' Murty of that city. are to be delivered early in July and ,.' , ficial of Lancaster. anu portray every emotion was uisp ay- are considered the best exporters in Miss Elsie Zimmer leaves Sunday for Mrs. Ed England and daughter An- - ed in songs and Brahms.1,. . Kentucky. Beazley Bros, until very . .? 7 gelme have returned to their home in Cincinnati, where she goes to be presIn writing of the voice, art and per- recently lived - Garrard county, and in it ,. ;,;,. w i, ...... a ..,:... r.....,ifw ent at the wedding of her brother Dr. xbit,..u u&bw co Tioi. ,.t.t (uitut suilitlliy UI itliss i' laim, VtlK inn Ulll was here they made their maiden efMiss Mamie Schlaegel Mr. and Mrs Jack Adams. Chas. Zimmer to forts in the raisings of exporters, and of Pomeroy O., which is to take place her last evening. She is an artist. She Mrs. Alex Walker and little daughter it was ever their aim and pride to have on next Wednesday the in Cincinnati delivers her musicalmessage as conSunthem "just a little better than any body 23th inst. Dr. Zimmer and his bride Virginia Pearl Walker will leave vincingly and perfectly as possible. day to visit her sisters Misses Jennie I elses", and upon their removal to Fayare expected in Lancaster shortly. Her personality conveys the same im ette county, where they purchased one and Pearl Hardin in Decatur III. Her face mirrors every pression. Judge H. L. Barker who delivered of the beat farms in that county, they Miss Brunette Arnold had two very mood of the song she sings, and her continued their efforts along the same the commencement address to the attractive visitors on last Saturday and sweet womanliness and dignity add graduates of the High School last line, and how well they have succeeded Miss Olive Brooks of Lexing- - measurably to the charm of her work. Thursday evening, was the guest at if told in the preceeding paragraph. dinner of Judge Lewis L. Walker at ton and Miss Edna Beall of Burlington Her flawless technic, style anu enunciation carried joy to every one. Not Unlucky For Major Burnside. the Kengarlan, other guests partaking Ky. The large,, audience which heard Miss Jiospitality on the of Judge Walker's ,. , ine ionowing teacners nave reiurneu ..: i Mai. James A. Burn3ides who is a ,i occasion were the members of the school to their respective home; Misses Bettie ". firm behever in signs, omens and sich. faculty. r, Robinson Campbellsville, Susie a,l,Vnep would has had one of his pet theories shatter- Cynthiana, Ollive Dean, Warof u press of work in his Little Miss Elizabeth the beautiful not leave until she sang the beautiful- ' ed. Because tlti-- fn!ni Viricj tiarriontail nu.l ., and attractive daughter of Mr. and saw. " lntn! "" " J"' " closing son? "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Charles Collier, of Fork Ridge, Misses Ida May and Elizabeth j The sentiment was intensely appropri- - to study his almanac as attentively as Tenn. and their handsome young son J. Adams of Alt. Vernon, who have been ate and as she left the stage she car- -, ls n,s CU3ln- - anu ne ",leu lu "ole B. Collier Jr. were pleasant callers at with Mr. and Airs. Jack Adams will that week ago today was f th ried all hearts with her. day of the month of the year our office Wednesday. They ere here leave this week for Los Angeles CaliThe singer received beautiful flowers, the I3th on Friday, and accord-whic- h on a visit to their grand parents Mr. fornia. ? not only the esteem in 1913. testimonials of and Mrs. J. B. Collier, who are justly "B to his code was the most unlucky she is held, but showing the love Airs. Ben Kelley gave an elaborate day possible, and nothing of any moment proud of these bright and attractive course dinner on Tuesday the honor for her mother and lamented father. snouiu ue aneinpieu uu umu uay, in children. was her i Walsh Alias Alinnie guests being Alesdames S. H. Yantis to use a common expression you Misses Knapp and Bane West left of Indianapolis and T. L. Wall of Iror.- - accompanist which means it was done fact " also gave a should sit around and "watch yourself perfectly. Miss Walsh Wednesday for Lexington, where they ton Ohio. until the unlucky day had passed. piano solo which was received with the will make their future home. It is Air. and Airs. A few days previous the assistant 0. U. Terrill were enthusiastic applause her playing alwith sincere regret that we give up guests of honor at a' course dinner ways brings forth from a Lancaster editor of the Record had informed the good people, but wish for them these Airs. JIajor where several "big 'uns" used, given by Airs. W. O. Rigney. audience. much happiness in their new home. he went after them onthathitherto Thomas Ramsev also, complimented Air. J. E. Robinson introduced Miss and Miss Knapp has been associated with unlucky dry, and listen all them by a dinner. in the following words, which considered Frank the school here for a number of years you superstitious people, he came back The following enjoyed a very delight- at the very earnest solicitation of both and her success as a teacher was alFrank and Mrs. Frank with bacon, caught six nice bass weighways gratifying to the patrons as well ful picnic at King's Alill Alonday even- Aliss ing from li to 31 pounds. The Major as the entire school board. They will ing; Misses Annie Belle Burnside, Eliz- are reproduced with this article no satisfactory Ladies and Gentlemen: So; long as ha3 as yet vouchsafed their, sister Mrs Jeff Dunn abeth Gibbs, Edna and Martha Kavalive with we have the power of thought we shall reason why this happened. naugh, Frank, Nancy Walker, for a short while. in Lancaster, and they were not on I I , ed ' n. Jo-Ho- rd rd Jo-Ho- rd ' par-Lew- ' i I I j i tit0 ,,.. , J Bra-shea- f'"!?." "w t";" t"; wL .uth '"'. t " J '?" J Jo-Ho- rd Jo-Ho- fr Page 8 r rkmrrkr Ai mil! rAKMK S LULUJV1H 1 The Central Record, ! LIVE STOCK MARKET. June CINCINNATI ONION BTOCK YARDS, Hogs Sheep IS Cattle 23 CATTLE: Shippers Friday,-Jun- e (), TWO KINDS 1913. WORK oeeoceootcoaexoooooooo use ot oar farmer subscribers, aud la for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, aud will be only lu two Issues of the ecord, free of charge dpacc below this beading ta for the excln-ir- e cabbage plants 12J Fob SALE:-Lat- e per hundred, come early and get the choice plants. Mrs. Sam Henderson, Lowell, Ky. For Rent until January 1st, 45 acres of grass in two fields, well watered. Can cut or graze it both if so desired. Ike M. Myers, Lancaster. Ky. Barn Lumber For Sale. Bntcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Helfrs. extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair Canners Bulls, balognas Extra Fat bulls CALVES: extra Fair to good Common and large HOGS: good packers and butchers Mixed packers .... 7K8 8 00 SO 15 ) Oratory and music, vocal and in strumental in abundance, at school auditorium June 27th. Admission 35, 25, and 15 cents. Reserved seats at McRoberts. OF FOLKS. 7 7 50T25 8 00 8 15 7 60 S 25 C 25 S 15 0 7 60 T S SO 6 16 40540 S 1 25 25 6 75 C75 75(37 01 10 50 10. 7M 5 50 lu. 8 55 8 CO 8 45 fc 5 Ca715 40 4 2' SIIKEP: extra 3 604 25 Goodtocholce 2 75i) 75 I have 50,000 feet of good barn lumber. Common to fair 7 6J 7 75 LYMrJS. extra sawed by Speaks, will sell for $1.50 per Goodtocholce 7007tt hundred at my mill on pike near Co ei in on to fair SUOfett 75 W. P. Grimes, Preachersville. Sweet to the Sweet pd. Stanford, Ky. A truthful maiden with a sweet tooth says two's a crowd when you V" have a good novel and a box of choco- Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. 5 50 7 6u Light shippers 8t038ftu I'lgs, (110 lbs and less) 560735 4M)5i News Of The Churches. Rev. D. W. White assistant Superinn League will tendent Ky., preach at McKendree church Sunday morning. Anti-Saloo- lates. rr "Cured" Mrs. Jay McGee, o! Steph-envilTexas, writes: "For nine (9) years, I suffered with womanly trouble. ! had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardul, the woman's tonic, and it helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." le, Seven accessions to the Methodist church at Lancaster Sunday. Bro. Polliett will go to Vanceburg, Monday to help Bro. Harris in a meeting. Dr. D. W. White of the Anti Saloon League will conduct the union services at the school Auditorium next Sunday evening. Hereafter all the union services will be held at the auditorium. District Conference at McKendree church last week was quite a success, about 100 delegates and visitors present good preaching, and dinner on the ground both Tuesday and Wednesday, served as McKendree people can serve. Always a Crown of Thorns. The chief of men is he who standi In the van of men, fronting the peril which frightens back all others, which. If it be not .vanquished, will devour the ethers. Every noble crown Is. and on earth will forever be, a crown of thorns. Carlyle. a TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, Broadly Classified. "I am afraid you have more money than you know what to do with?" "Perhaps," replied Mr. Dustln Stax. "But the world is entirely made up of people who have more than they know what to do with and those who know what to do with more than they have." Washington Star. unable to blue, do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. 71 JH Anti-Tuberculo- sis Campaign Gains 50 Per Cent. National Directory Supplement Shows rapid Advance Of Movement. An index of the remarkable growth of the movement in the United States is given in a pamphlet published today by The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, which shows that the number of agencies engaged in the fight against consumption in the United States numbered over 2,500 in May 1st, 1913, as contrasted to about 1,500 two years ago; a gain of 50 per cent. The pamphlet is a supplement to the Tuberculosis Directory issued bv The National Association in April, 1911. The supplement contains a list of all agencies established since that date, nearly 1,000 in all. The growth ou some of the principal forms of activity is summarized in the following table: Onpn nir Sanatoria Dispen Year Ass'tions & Hospitals Schools. sanes. Established before 1905 19 115 18 " during 1905 15 19 6 1900 1907 1903 1909 1910 1911 1912 1G13 18 16 14 46 109 169 122 30 46 G8 45 119 59 63 34 25 12 1 2 10 17 72 61 312 293 125 1228 "to May 1st, 42 58 527 57 55 35 177 395 New York State leads with the largest number of new organizations and institutions established in the two years while Indiana, Wisconsin and Illinois vie for second and third honors. Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, aud Arkansas, each of them show marked increase in new activities, where two years ago little work was being done. With the sanatoria and hospitals already in operation and those for which definite provision has been made, the number of beJs for consumptives has increased from 26,000 to over 22,000, an increase of 57 per cent. HgLrajy bsKVssssssssssssssssssssKA1' r -- OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you One-Thir- d I r, ToOne-Hal- i the cost you would ex-pect to pay for such de signs as ours. Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of PTPatper. the skill inrl avannt-- ,..:i.v. detail and delicacy of sentiment Could anything be fairer? .eiii.ei j.j. j? A H SEND NO MONEY. Examine the monuments on not satisfactory we do not ask you to accept them. arrival and if We assume all risks and guarantee their safe arrival. Our price is what the work costs delivered at your nearest depot. of transportation This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. Consumers' Monument Company, Ball Ground, Georgia., While being satisfied with one's own possessions and things are often car-- 1 OF ried to the point where they are either GOOD ludicrous or offensive there are many folk who would not only be a good deal happier, but would amount to u good CANNING deal more In the world, If they felt Valued Dogs Killed, more pride In their own achievements By DONALD CHAMBERLAIN The Record has along with numerous and a greater satisfaction with and contentment in their own possessions, other newspapprs of the state frequent "This man Veilllers, 1 understand. be it bouses, lands, wives, husbands, Girls and Women Taught to ly been very outspoken against "worth' less curs" and by this expression we i has found another victim. This Is the children or wearing apparel. We know Save Vegetables. meant the half starved, often vicious eleventh notch be has made on his a farmer who thinks Neighbor Jones' Prices Right. Good Service. farmstead Is u whole lot better thai! animals which roam at will through stick." "What victim?" his own. If this is n fact it is because Phone 354-the streets, commiting depredations "This time it Is a countryman of Neighbor Jones has also entertained here, there and everywhere, frequently yours one Arthur Whitney." Lancaster, - - Kentucky. this same opinion for some time and AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT. attacking flocks of sheep, and in fact "Arthur Whitney!" has taken .slops to bring this condition being a general menace to the comThis brief dialogue occurred lu Paris about. Before Brown's place (It Is the munity. Never did we intend to refer between a Parisian and a South first named) Is xoiug to undergo much D. The Improvement the owner, like .Jones, Experts Furnished to Give Instruction named Louis Clenwood to the many dogs which are really In Scientific Canning While Kentucky time wus before the middle of the nine- will have to have some conception of valuable. Dog is mans best friend, Agricultural Department Loans Modand one oftentimes becomes deeply at- teenth century, when dueling wus more Its possibilities and take definite steps common than now throughout the to carry these possibilities into effe-t- . ern Outfits Women Are Also Shosv-in- g tached to a small cur that in the eyes world and far more In earnest lu We know another man. a townsman, Interest In the Work. of many is utterly worthless, he will France, where a semblunce of the cusOffice at Rainey s Livery Stable. who thinks his house (It is n four room pay his tax, feed him, even fight for tom still lingers. Glenwood bud iio affair) is the best place there Is In The gauleii behind each and every Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky him. Several dogs of the latter type especial acquaintance with Whitney, town. He entertains the same notion faruihoii.se produces each summer have met untimely deaths in Lancaster only knowing him as the affianced hus- about, his wife and children (and he more vegetables than the family can recently. Someone has been scatter- band of Muriel Ellison, an American can Justly be proud of themi. The use. When winter comes the farmer ing "buttons" indiscriminately, and girl whom he, G leu wood, secretly result is that in this home there are and his family have to buy canned I harmony, good will, n .pride in the fam- tomatoes, pons, corn and beans nt the several highly prized canines have made adored. Who So Ever Will. "Somo one must stop these murders," ily name and. withal, happiness. Again, crons roads store. their last meal therefrom. Mayor LoThe Girls' Canning clubs that the Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT he said with intense emotion. the writer knows several women who gan lost a highly prized animal, Coun"That cannot be done," replied the will spend ail the way from ten to a United States -- o eminent is develop- and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. cil Parker Gregory one, H. D. Tomlin-so- n other; "nt least, not in nny ordinary hundred dollars for a coat or suit and ing ill nine counties in Kentucky this The Old Reliable Barber. one, Henry Simpson one, Ollie way not by the duel, because Veilllers make life miserable for their dress- summer are p:irt f a lme movement one ana xuiss .Patsy Anderson an- Is so skilled in all weapons that be can makers while they are being made, but to check this buw loss In tine food neia HENRY DUNCAN other. Should the miscreant who scat- defeat any antagonist. There Is but who, if they happen to see borne other ii nd money that totals millions annual ly. Besides the savins; In money there tered the doses of poison be found out, one way In which he can be worsted-thro- ugh women wearing a suit no prettier, no his nsrve. If one could find a better fitting and costing no more, but Is another point which Is commonly he will come in for so me severe hand- overlooked. In ennuim; vegetable that to tvhrough1 "J81,. VeIIIIcs, of a little different shade or cut. are ling at the hands of the law, for a dog are home grown the lioiwrwlfe Is sure would not be straightway miserable and dissatisfied she has a first cluss article. upon which the tax has been paid is 8 i , A few days later Veilllers was din- - with their own outfits. This frame of ,. . . That the work may le done in the isvfuai jiuijciij, uuu auujeci to legal lng at a cafe on the Champs Elysees nnfortu-nat- e protection. However, we had much when a man entered who attracted at- mind in raau or woman is an Some- best possible maimer, the United to have or cultivate. rather fall into the clutches of the law tention at ouce from a malicious, sar- times one is due to a species of selfish States government Is furnishing ex It than to face the ire of some of the donic look be wore on his face. He ness, but as often to focusing one's at- perts to demonstrate this home can . W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. worthy ladies who are bemoaning the strode straight toward the table where tention on things that are lu a measure Veilllers was sitting and deliberately quite transient and nonessential. loss of a favorite pet slapped him on the check. Veilllers, who bad noticed the man, KILLING SPARROWS. To The Public. looked up into the face of one whom If the sparrows are getting to be he had never seen before and whose a good deal of a nuisance on the farm The epidemic of Catarrhal Fever has expression startled him. Physician and there are several ways of getting rid fallernnore heav ily upon me perhaps "What means this Insult, monsieur?" than upon any individual in the county, ho asked. "I do not know that I have of them. Poisoned wheat is sometimes used, but this plan has the LANCASTER. KY. however, it is useless to mourn over any quarrel with you." drawback of rendering likely the poiOffice Phone C. Residence Phone 220. what cannot be helped. My stable has "You are used, monsieur," said the soning of other fowl about the place. been thoroughly fumigated and dis other, "to offer these insults. 1 choose Another plan tbatls excellent is a infected according to the directions of to offer this one myself." trap consisting of a box open on one Office Hoars Office oru "Who are you?" both state and National veterinarys, side and five or six feet square and .m to 12. I p. m. to 1. Stormej Drug Store "I am the united embodiment of all about a foot deep. One edge of this and under the supervision and to the your victims, and I have come to make should be propped up a short distance, satisfaction of our county Live Stock you it Inspector, and has been pronounced by I While the speaker's eyes showed dif- the support being so arranged thatnocan be pulled away at a moment's him and also by local veterinarians as ferent emotions, his face retained the DENTIST. tice by a string leading to the hand being perfectly free from any kind of same invariable sardonic expression. of the watcher, who should be In a Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. disease and sanitary in every respect, ' "Very well, monsieur," he said. place of concealment. The sparrows and there is ABSOLUTELY NO "Will you kindly refer me to any friend are likely to be wary of this trap at DANGER of contracting disease about of yours who will receive a message first and for this reason it should be left in position for several days to enmy premises. My stock are all well from me In your behalf?" "Friend? Are not we those yon courage them to go under it. Wheat and those that were last sick have been have killed La Tour, Desmoullns, untaken entirely away from the stable, Mercler, La Rogue and the others. In- or chick feed should be scattered der it several evenings just before the so that there is no possibility of my cluding your last victim, the American-- all All Work Guaranteed. CANNING C1U11 AT VALLEY STATION. birds go to roost. On a later evening customers allowing their stock to come my seconds? Come, monsieur; I have when they are under it the trap may de' nlng work. The state agricultural in contact with diseased stock bv aranged for a private room in the fenc-- I be sprung. Another plan is to feed partment is loaning each of the nine Paint Lick, Kentucky. lng academy of M. Meydieu. Let us the sparrows by scattering grain in a patronizing by barn. counties a home canning outfit, and When the disease first made its proceed there." straight line from some good point of themselves are furnishing "But there Is the selection of weap- concealment where one may get a the counties appearance, and without any orders or ? Office Hours (lto4-ito9- p.l2. aQ- m- - , interested teachers, parents and wide Phone 229. ons, besides other terms to be settled. m quarantine from any authority or As the challenged party you have the bead on a flock of the birds with a awake country girls to form the clubs. hotgun loaded with fine bird shot. In Jefferson county clubs have been individual. I closed my barn to the ' right to choose" pre- developed at Valley Station, O'Ban-non-'s M. K. Denny anil public; not for my own protection, fori "Terms! Weaponsl Do the dead Still another excellent method for . A. Wheeler venting an increase in the sparrow and Okiilona. During the latter my own stock had already been exposDoctors Of Dental Surgery. dispute about such things? tribe is the breaking up of the nests part of May the government expert need to ed to the disease, but for the protection They are for you to decide, not us." as fast as they are made. All of the gave three demonstrations. Of course Office: StormesBnlldingorei Hart 4 Anderof my friends and patrons and to prevent "Us?" birds killed, except those poisoned, there were no ripe tomatoes or beans son's Furniture Store. "Yea; you are to fight a representathem from bringing their stock to my are good eating, even if it does take a in the country that early in the sea- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY tive, not an individual. But we will good many of them to make a stew. barn and taking a chance on their son, so they were bought in the city be off." not waste words. Come; let us being exposed. and taken to the scboolhouses where Veilllers rose, and the stranger slipABOUT TULIPS. I am now again open for business, the clubs were to meet. Besides the ped bis arm through that of his anAt this writing (April 8i the writer's girls who were members of the clubs, and I am as frank to tell you that ' tagonist, keeping his face turned to home (and business office) is graced many mothers aud interested housethere is absolutely no danger in ward him all the while. Veilllers lovely keepers came and brought their dinpatronizing my barn, and I will be glad ' shook him off, but the stranger walked with some thrifty tulips, whose bloom is most welcome when there ners so tbey might get the benefit of to see all of my old friends and patrons beside him, those who had been dlnln; are no blossoms out of doors and evI Buy a Farm, all the work that was done. ' and as many new ones as may care to with the latter following, to the fenc erything is rough and bleak. Some of After the first lot of tomatoes had IF YOU WANT TO-j- ' Sella Farm, ( Sell at Auction come. Thanking you for your businese ing academy, where they were shown the bulbs that were planted in shalbeen put through the ennner by the prices on the past soliciting your future into a private room. Veilllers chose low boxes got too dry during their expert in forty minutes the girls were I will give you in foils, and the flght began. stay in the cellar and did not root thoroughly interested and continued 50 Choice Farms. favors, I am. Yours truly, By this time the duelist showed signs properly and hence did not amount to the work. It was remarkable how See Me or Touch the Live Wire. J. T. Raney. of unsteadiness. The stranger's con- much. The rest, in deeper boxes and fast the work went with five girls as as to terms pots, that had all the moisture tbey busy as beavers. As one old farmer fidence, bis indifference W. T. KING, and weapons, bis talk about represent- needed, have been a very delight expressed It: "Every year I've been on Deserving Testimonials. Phone 339-ing Veilllers victims, and, above all, Shortly after they were brought up- my place I've made up my mind to KENTUCKY The following is a testimonial given his sardonic smile, bad produced an stairs the bulbs were given a thorough plant fewer tomato vines, for I have LANCASTER, as soon as he be- watering with a soIutWn made by more tomatoes than we can use and to Miss Frank by her teacher effect The duelist, S. C. White Leghorns. Charles N. Granville, o f New gan to fence, strove not to look at bis pouring a couple of gallons of water give away. But I don't believe I'll cut York who was soloist and created opponent But he must keep his eye on on to a small quantity of uearly fresh them down In number this year If the My stock from prize winners at Atmuch enthusiasm in "The Rose Ma- that of bis antagonist, and be could horse manure. Next winter we shall girls can do the work this fast I've lanta, Louisville and other shows. A being see that all the boxes are kept suffithe iden" at the Lexington May Festival not do this withouthim. smile few Cockerels for sale. Eggs 0 per Indeed, do ciently moist and will give tbcm a constantly before also was heard with much pleasure in what he would, it drew his sight from good soaking when put in the cellar setting of 15. J. M. Mount, our neighbaring town of Danville. Lancaster, Ky. that feature on watching which bis with this same fertilizer solution, T: rV 4$ This is to certify that Miss life depended. The unknown, observ- which will be available wbcu the ' .'y Frank has studied with me during the ing this, waited till bis enemy's gaze bulbs are making root. Of the single entire season of 1912-1- 3 and has been was diverted, then made a quick lunge varieties we find the La Relne (white), Yellow Prince (yellow). Queen of the especially prepared with a view to and ran blm through the breast teaching. Miss Frank possesses a The next morning all Paris knew Netherlands (pink) and Cramoisle voice of lovely quality and I have that the famous Veilllers bad been Brilliant (red) very satisfactory, while(red). ConRubra found her unusually studious and in- killed In a duel by an American namedd the Double (orange) Maxima ronne d'Or and Murillo (plnki Glenwood. But few knew that t telligent. She is well grounded in the bad relied almost entirely on are all that could be desired. These iunuamemai principles oi tone pro breaking down bis antagonist's nerve bulbous plants are as easy to raise as duction and should prove a valuable through bis conscience. The South v. 5t s acquisition to any institution requiring Carolinian's face had been painted by out a few of them for the winter and " "' ; ''Afcfc J early spring months. Yard eggs 75 cts for 1 her services. a skilled artist and so delicately done that the paint could not easily be dis(Signed) Charles N. Granville. Two pens with 1st and A MUCH NEEDED LAW. covered. It was assurance backed by P. S. A federal law which will protect all to this device that enabled Glenwood 2nd prize birds at head migratory wild fowl and useful Insect miss rranK, in aaaition to many rid the world of the duelist robin, which standard secular songs, has prepared a Miss Ellison, who bad gone Into eating birds, such as the Come and see for number of sacred songs for use in mourning for ber lover, was one ot the ipend the summer In northern states o'bannon'b canning cltjb. real Barred Rocks church work for which she is well first to bear of this remarkable duel. and winters in the south, Is now a fact equipped. 'When she learned the name of the The government in the law referred to Just been figuring on It a little bit, and LOUIE TINDER, conqueror ber surprise was great In- assumes control over these birds on the this little canner that'll set on top ol (Signed) C. N. G. same ground that it controls Interstate a one burner gasoline or coal oil stove Miss Frank was so well received in deed. He bad long been her friend traffic and communication. The law will can sixteen quarts of tomatoes Lancaster, Ky church concerts in Richmond Va., that a sort of brother but she would not In question Is one that has long been every s of an hour. That have expected blm to endanger bis life she has about decided to do concert or needed to prevent the wanton slaughIs 20S quarts in a ten hour day." avenge ber. She sent for blm to Chautauqua work although as you see to ter of our best song birds, and that It "Yes," remarked one of the house come to her at once. Is to be enforced will be a matter of keepers, "and the great beauty of It Is from her recommendation she special"Why did you do it?" she asked. congratulation on the part of nil who with the temperature you can get Ii ized with a view of teaching. The "Do not ask me now." was the re- have any adequate conception of the one of these canners. you can can any following is an extract from one of her ply: "some time In the future I may service which bird life renders to the thing and be sure of Its being perfect churches in Richmond Va. tell you." agricultural and horticultural interests ly sterile. You don't have to use any The recital given at seventh street "Suppose your effort to work on the of the country. thing with beans, for Instance, but i Christian church by Miss man's nerves had failed?" pinch of salt and a little water. been another victim." "I should have Frank, a pupil of Charles N. Gran"Well, It took a long time to get tbi Miss Ellison never asked again why ville of New York was greatly apold mothers in this part of the conntrj to use thermometers to test their crean preciated by all who heard her. Miss ibe had been avenged. Glenwood before churning, and I reckon It'll taki Frank has a full rich contralto voice ;onld not conceal It from her. Within some time to get them to use moderi l year after the duel they were mar with a wonderful range of two octaves canners with thermometers bo they wll which shows supreme training. So lied. be certain of results in canning." perfect is her expression and plain her Native American Products. Ulcers And Skin Troublas. Tea la grown nowhere else In Amerenunciation that she carried her audience with her from the "Lavender ica but In South Carolina, so a box of Best Laxative For The Aged. If you are suffering with any old runFields" of England to the land of the native tea would be unique, and even ning or fever sores, ulcers, boils, eczeEverything for Orchard, Lawn and cotton bolls are fascinating to thow Fairy Pipers". 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