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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 5, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913090501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 5, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1913. The drouth needs breaking again. Tobacco was cut short by drouth. The negro fair was a howling success. Circus next Thursday Yum! Yum! Yum. and all the children are wearing smiling faces. test. School begins NUMBER 22 Get Busy While The Great 10,000 Vote The Rains are Coming Let Us Repair Your F I Bonus Offer Now Is the Time to js In Force. Con- next Monday If You Have Been Thinking of Enteri) d. Feml In Ymir Today for Now is a good Time to Get started. The Contestants Living "Whistle" Smith put one over on us, but here's hoping he may whistle in Districts 1 and 3 Especially, Have an Unusually Good Chance to through life. Win a Prize Under the 10.000 Vote Cfier. Your Sbhsnrintinrs Will Count Up Very Rapidly. Make Every Moment Count Curing the Next Some Tater. Few Days and Gather in Every Available Subscript icn. Mr. Silas Moss showed us a sweet , potato this week which for length we Already the great 10,000 bonus offer have never seen equaled. The potato has aroused the keenest enthubiasm was of the White Spanish variety and among competitors and the effect will was 28 inches long. be of material assistance to those who are on the hunt for subscribers. By Call Meeting. explaining carefully the conditions of A meeting of the Farmers Union the offer to prospective subscribets, Supply Co. is called to meet at the they will be able to see at a glance Court House at Lancaster, Sept. 13th how much more valuable a subscription t contracted for now will be to you and 1313, at 10 A. M. Saturday. Business of importance demands your how it will be the means of improving your prospects of ultimate victory. presence. John L. Dozier, Pres. t The Perkins Sale. Jump to the Front Rank in the Great 9 iSiilPniw i 1 Ink N.P GUTTE Keg Mason says he would like to have as good a supper every night as was given Will Price last Friday night in Danville. Mr. Will G. Clark's Residence Destroyed By Lightning. HEADQUARTERS FOR We carry a full line of Pumps, Pipes and Fittings The sale of the splendid Perkins farm near Camp Dick Robinson is being held today. A large crowd is in attendance buyers are there from far and near and the indications are that this elegant pitce of property will bring a fancy price. subscriptions. ine home of Mr. William Clark, the old Philippa home, near Sycamore Val ley, by lightningWednesdav afternoon and both the house and con VOTE OFFEK CLOSES WEDNESDAY. Mrs The Big 10,000 vote Bonus offer tents were totally destrnwil. closes next Wednesday at 6 P. M. Clark received a severe shock but was They mean you get 10,000 extra votes not seriously injured. Mr. Clark car in addition to the usual number on ned insurance on house and furniture every dollars worth of new subscrip- to the amount of $800, and his loss tions turned in before the above time. will exceed that figure by about $500. Regular votes will be given on all old Insured with Gaines, loss will be paid was-strue- WHeat buying from us. a Hit? Peoria Superior Hoosier and Special Privilege. Any consumer desiring to buy Coal 10 years Oil or Oil of any kind or GASOLINE in 8 years barrel quantities will do well to consult o years me or your merchant by phone or in 3years person. I can furnish you Steel barrel 2 years with faucet at a low price'and give you lyear this special privilege any day you are at Lancaster with your wagon. 10 years J. W. Sweeney, Agt. 8yeais Standard Oil Company. 5 years years AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. 3 years 2 promptly. 184,000 148,000 95,000 59,000 41.000 17,800 School Opening. Plain and Fertilizer. We buy in car lots and save you money by NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. We make a specialty of fitting up and installing pumps. OLD SUBSCRIPTIONS. It will pay you to get our prices on Galvernized Roofing. From Lancaster to Any Point, at Any Time, Day or Night. Rates Reasonable. Special Attention to Traveling Men. Phone No. 41. Carlton Elkin, 1 year 40.000 30,000 18,000 10,200 7.800 2.400 The price of the Lancaster Record is $1.00 per year. Central HOW TO HELP YOUR FRIEND. The Board of Education has designat ed Monday Sept, 8 for the Lancaster Graded School to open. All patrons and friends of education are cordially invited to attend our opening. It is earnestly hoped that the student body will be out in full force on the first day, with a corps of teachers brimful of enthusirsm, a body of students eager to enter into the work, the people full of appreciation and the splendid new building well equipped for work, we hope to enter upon a very happy and successful years work. Come Monday morning at 9 o'clock. M. L. Caneer. Boulden. If you are looking for a Wagon buy the Lancaster, Ky. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks 3ES33SS3E33S33C j Fine Lumber For Sale. We have 200,000 feet of Georgia pine yet unsold can saw any length to suit purchaser. For house or barn. Hughes Bros., Lancaster, Ky. IT ill Lady's Diamond Ring value $135.00 Mahogany Bed Room Set Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Kitchen Cabinet, value Trade Coupon, value 125.00 75.00 50.00 25.00 22.50 The Contest Department has been receiving a large number of queries from the friends of contestants as to how they could help their fivorites and as to what was necessary for them to do in sending in their own subscriptions. All that you need to do about your own subscription is to send a in, either by mail or in any other way, and inform the business office or the contest department whom you wish to vote for. To help your favorite by securing other subscriptions in ad dition- to your own, it is only necessary to stop in at this office and get a subscription book, with which you will be fully equipped to go forth and gather in as many votes as you can muster. TURN IN SUBSCRIPTIONS. l As soon as the subscriptions are turned in we will issue you voting ce -tificates. This certificate you may keep until the last day of the contest if you desire so that no one else will know just where you stand even though you do make your report of subscriptions secured. You must re port subscriptions every few days for those from whom you secure sub scriptions expect their papers to be started to them promptly and this cannot be done until we hear from you. BEGIN A FRESH LINE OF SUCCESS TODAY Mrs. Margaret Poor Boulden died suddenly at her home in Nicholasville, on Tuesday morning of heart failure. Mrs. Boulden had not been in robust health, but her ailment was not thought to be of a serious nature and the news of her death came as a great shock to her many relatives and friends in Garrard County. After funeral services at the house conducted by the minister of the Methodist church, of which she was a consistent member, her remains will be laid to rest in the Nicholasville cemetery on Friday after noon at 2 o clock. Mrs. Boulden was the widow of the late Charles M. Bou'den, a well known and popular gentleman, who died ir 1837 while making the race for Sheiiff of Garrard County. She was. a daughter of the late John W. Poor. Mrs. Boulden was well known and very popular in Lancaster, wlffre she re- ceived a part of her education, and her sudden taking was a cause of deep sorrow to her many friends here and in the county. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Carrie Boulden to whom the sincere sympathy of everyone is extended in her sudden An Appeal To The Democratic And Old ,iFiiTS-cr.-s:4-j?a?;;Jrrf- i- Hickory. i: 9 s-r- rtS rrfc ;u:pi S fleik y I mm It runs lighter, lasts longer and is the strongest wagon on the market. Re- In driving along notice how many more you see than any other wagon. Sold and warranted by We have determined that our Cash Customers shall have a chance to share in our profits. The following is a list of Valuable Articles to be given away, absolutely FREE to our CASH CUSTOMERS. Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value Trade Coupon, value 20.00 15.00 12.50 1QQQ Vote ballots issued on subscriptions are good at any time up to the close of the contest, ana may oe polled ana published whenever you choose. The seems to be a mistaken idea that the vote ballots need to be polled (put in the ballot box) as soon as they are is sued to the contestant. This is not so. You can use your own discretion in polling the votes and they will not be published in the paper until you deposit them in the ballot box. How ever, the vote coupons published in the paper are good only a short time ahead, so be sure you cast them' before the dates printed thereon has DON'T NEGLECT OPPORTUNITIES. publican Candidates County. Of Garrard Trade Coupon, value Gold Coin, value 7.50 5.00 $502.50 Total.... Call at our store and we will give you full particulars. H. T. LOGAN V --tt The contest man would like to ask all contestants whether they are not overlooking a good many opportunities for securing votes? Are you not neglecting many possible sources for subscriptions? Don't put this contest in the background for other matters of far less importance to you. Remember that the reward you are after is not a trifling one. That you are after something big, and that it will take big effort to win. Don't think that because all other candidates appear to be in a comatose condition that some few will nct,; t v.. awaken to the call of opportunity and I ' oigned: make a last week spurt to win out. offerinz!J' F- - Holtzclaw candidate for Rep Prizes such as the Record is rm resentative, should not go begging and their very value is certain to aiouse the interest J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge of some of the many wide awake ones R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. who are not doing much at present. John. M. Duncan candidate for County SEND YOUR PHOTO. Clerk. The Contest Manager would like to G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. have the picture of all active candi- John for Assessor. dates who are working for votes and J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate subscriptions. The picture should be District No, I. sent in at once with a short biographi- R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, cal sketch that will be of interest to District No. 2. your friends. When you mail photos Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate also send, us a list of District No. 3. friends so that we may send them a J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate (Continued on page 8) District No 4. Realizing the conditions confronting the people of this county, whereby the will of the people is being thwarted by the use of money and other corrupting influences in our elections. We, the candidates on the Progressive ticket, do most earnestly appeal to each and every one of you, as good citizens of this county and commonwealth, to come forward and meet us and sign an agreement not to use any corrupting influences whatever in the coming election, whereby the will of the people may be expressed at the polls and every vote counted as cast. As intelligent citizens, you are not ignorant of conditions, whereby money and whiskey are being used to debauch our citizenship, and if there are not steps taken to put an end to such nefarious practices, the day will come when your children, if not yourselves, will realize the fact "that a government of the people, for the people and by the people" has ceased to exist. We therefore ask that all of the candidates, who are willing to bind themselves in writing to carry out the above plans will meet with U3 on Saturday 3 p m. sept. 6th 1913 at the Court House W. J. Romans Lancaster, Ky ' Why Mate Two Orders Where One Will Do? Give us your t on j I Meat "and Grocery order and save time and trouble, besides ting the best in everything. Green-candidat- e Davidson & Doty. GROCERIES. MEATS. X out-of-to- Phone I8l. t rage 2 The Central Record, Friday, Sept 5, 1913. Let Us Supply Your TW I I S g g Housefurnishing Needs We have all that is newest and best in Furniture, Garpets, Mattings, Rugs, Wall Paper, Pictures, Pianos, Organs, Victor-Victrol- as, Typewriters, Etc. "The Store Beautiful." HURT Ken-tuckia- and ANDERSON LANCASTER, KY. 4-0. "The Bright Spot In Lancaster." TheCentral Record Excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday. County School Board Elects Officers. Ice Cream Supper. Narrow Escape. The Poor Editor. farm products is vigorous and the prices are satisfactory. If Lancaster Mr. P. E. Foley and wife of Hacr. married. The County School Board composed A couple were recently There will be an Ice Cream Supper Everyone Should Attend. . wants developement she must do all in The ceremony over, the wife began to I tlhrt horl Kunn n. ...!? incorporated. at Masons School House Saturday of nino members as follows, Messrs A. her power, through all her activities, week copiously. "What's the mat- Sept. 13th. Ice Cream and Cake will K. Walker, Thos. Arnold, Ed, Sutton, The Lancaster school will open en sociation near Kingston were thn, $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. to promote that developement. to8-3"I be served from Wm. Morris, J. E. Hammond, Rufus Monday Sept. 8th in the new school from a buggy when the horse t!- ter?" asked the new husband. Ison, Cronley Broaddus, Robert Clark building. Prof. Caneer ha3 arranged, were driving became frightened a' never told you that I don't know how .7 ROBINSON. Editor. .. Little did we dream when the "Lob- to cook." sobbed the bride. "Don't An experienced teacher says that and Galloway Hendrickson, met at the to have a few speakers present in hon- - motorcycle. They were hurt, but by Probe" was instituted in Washing- fret," said he, "I'll not have anything pupils who have access to newspapers office of the county supjridtendent on or of the occasion, and desires to make are glad to state, not seriously a R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. ton that any of our own beloved to cook; I'm an editor." at home, when compared with those Tuesday and proceeded to elect Chair- the opening exercises as interesting as the Record joins the friends of t Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., would become entangled in who do not, are better readers, better man for the various Division Boards possible. We have never held any worthy couple in wishing them rr.a Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s the net, nor have they in so far as the Colored Fair A Success. spellers, better grammarians, better for the ensuing year, In district No. 1 dedicatory exercises at the school build-- 1 I year's of happiness and usefulness. and Senators from Kentucky Press Association Representatives Member Thos. Arnold defeated Cronley Broaddus ing as was intended and as should have The Garrard County Colored fair punctuators, and read more undethe old Commonwealth are concerned, and rstanding, and obtain a practical for the Chairmanship, the vote stand- been done, and in view of this fact we One Of Lancaster's Former Editor s they all being able" to present a clean was a success, both from a point of knowledge of geography in almost ing 4 to 3. Tom King was elected think it would be a splendid idea to Eighth District Publishers League. Much credit Pajs The Record A Call. bill of health. It remained for Judge exhibits and financially. The Chairman in District No. 4, and in make this occasion, informally, a dedhalf the time it requires others. Charles R. McDowell of Danville, should be given them for the manner newspaper is decidedly an hnportant Districts 2 and 3 no election was had ication of the structure. It is also an September 5, 1913. Lancaster, Ky., Mr. A. B. Elkin of Louisville v.t one of the most astute politicians in in which everything was conducted and factor in modern life. This will not and the Chairmen will be elacted at a opportune time for the citizens and was a Lancaster editor in the sew for the handling of the large crowd on the state, to become entangled in the patrons to inspect the new building be disputed by any one who has taken later date. ties called upon us la3t Saturday M together with the equipment, and to Rates For Political Announcements meshes of the dragnet, and the result Saturday. The exhibit of stock was a the trouble to investigate the matter Elkin ably edited what was knn-.i- . n up credit to any fair and the premiums get a view of the new school as it B!ili. .. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 is that the genial Judge is shown for himself. Does It Pay To Educate Boys. in full. time .lanur. n.l.,.to.i -J ...ut-- u : 10.00 in a somewhat unenviame iignc, it were all liberal and paid ..j , was editor in chief but rti one wa ..' Vr County Offices later 15.00 seems to use the old darkey 'y expresSomebody has figured out that the prove such a credit to the community. sociated with M. M. Vaughn For State and District Offices John Ham Looks Like A Winner. One Hundred Instead Of One Dollar. ard 1. 10 sion "he has writ too much', and his As many of our citizens as can possibly average boy who is dependent upon For Calls, per line W. Lillard. He has kindly given i brought to light 10 epistles upon being It looks as if the democrats are com- his parents for a livelihood until he make it convenient to do so should atA typographical error last week made For Cards, per line are proving very interesting reading the fine assessed against "T" Grimes ing into their own in the Buckeye reaches the age of twenty one years tend, and by their presence offer en- some old papers from which we w. i For all publications in the interto many, though probably unpleasant read one dollar, when it should have district and will elect a democratic costs them four thousand dollars. On couragement to the new principal and reminisce later on. Mr. Elkin est of individuals or expresand been given the glad hand t , to the writer. individual views, per read one hundred dollars. Grimes fell magistrate there this fall. Mr. John i this basis of calculation a brood, for his corps of teachers in the work which sion of 10 McDowell seems from the into the clutches of the law over firing .Ham is the popular nominee of the instance, of six boys would represent they are starting under such auspicious numerous friends. Judge line 05 correspondence unearthed.to have been his pistol upon the public highway in democrats and with both progressive an outlay of twenty-fou- r Obituaries, per line thousand dol-- . circumstances. Good Mule Colt. an agent of the famous National the vicinity of a place of religious and republican opposition, he looks a ' lars by the time they get away from Association, and it worship, and the court assessed such a sure winner. This has always been a ! the home roost. The question arises Manufacturers Arthur Beaziey, one of our prober Social function Of Rare Elegance. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. seems that he understands to "line fine against him as will deter him from republican stronghold, so much so in does it pay to raise boys and are there ous and highly respected colored cit One of the most elegant social func- up" the Kentucky delegation for some such capers in the future. zens owns one of the best mare int., lact, mat a uemocrat nas never ueore n() other cropg that w(JU,d prove more tions of the season was the reception colts in this part measures which that organization fasluuu any cuaui:e ui eieuuuti. of the state. At th. mi. i profitable? If a boy turns out to be a Ham is popular, a democrat to the cigarette fiend with a breath like a Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Theodore recent colored fair here he carried c T vored. It appears from the corresUufortunate Accident. Currey, hours from 4 to G. The atcore aud if elected will look after the turkey buzzard and a laugh that pondence that he attempted to influfirst honors from three separate arj-hot- ly Mr. J. C. Criscillis, the Progressive county's interest to the best of his would make the untutored donkey feel tractive new domicile was beautifully ence the late Hon. George G. Gilbert contested fields. Arthur has the magistrate in the first ability. Here's hoping he may win. embellished, the color scheme of pink against the eight hour law and the nominee for perfectly at home in his society and and white being observed in thedecora-tion- s reputation of raising good mules in with a painful accident bills, and upon his fail- district, met which business he takes a jjst pride with an untrammeled and unconquerMonday, which resulted in the of the handsome apartments, asure to do so, denominates him as a last Doings In Judge Ford's Court. able desire to avoid work, it is safe paragus plumosa forming garlands that and he is to be congratulated on h:s breaking of his left arm. He was "colorless, spineless creature." Other to say that his parents might have added greatly to the artistic effect In success over his competitors in the standing in the near of a wagon to Aubrey Bourne who resides m the correspondence shows in 1894 Hon. invested their four thousand dollars at the receiving line were Miss Frances contests just ended. This mule haj which was hitched a joung horse, when Western part of the county in what is For State Senator. Harvey Helm's leaders sold him out suddenly the team started and he was known as the "Cat hole" section, a much better advantage. But if the Fleetwood, ot Rome, Ga., gowned in been contracted for by a Harrodsburg party at a fancy price and will perhaps for the paltry sum of $287. and he F. MONTGOMERY. CHARLES thrown violently to the ground with swore out four warrants in the county boy grows up to manhood with the pink satin; Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, of withdrew from the race. McDowell I Of Casey County. lesson well learned that wealth and Louisville, costumed in white voile be entered for exhibition at the Lou.s-vill- e the above result. Mr. Cricillis is one court last week, three against Mr. frankly admitted that he could not do State Fair in September. of our most prominent citizens and the John N. White and one against Mr. success grow only on bushes watered with pink accessories; and the gracious anything with Helm, but thought that For Representative. by the sweat of one's brow, the par hostess, Mrs. Theodore Currey in lace I accident is regreted by his many friends. W. L. Huffman, charging them with if Gilbert or Col. Dan Moore got in he Drought Continnes Without Relief. ents need not begrudge whatever dress draped over pink satin, on the I J. R. MOUNT. various offenses against the peace and they have spent on him, might manage them. Among the corfor he will be spacious veranda, adorned in yellow,) Boy Kills Negro At Nicholasville. The drought continues throughcut quietude of that community, and with respondence was a letter from one of a source of increasing pride and joy to For County Judge. Nicholasville, Ky., Aug. 27. Hugh threats of violence against the person their hearts, and when they grow old was placed the frappe bowl, the bpver- - Central Kentucky with no relief n the chief officers of the Association CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. commending Judge McDowell very Moberly, 19 years old. of Buckeye, of Mr. Bourne. Before Judge Ford on and their hands tremble and their legs age, served by Misses Mamie Stormes s;ght Water is scarcer than was prob Dunn, Margaret Morrow and Elizabeth ably ever known; stock water is being highly for "doing one of the cleanest Garrard County, shot and killed Will last Saturday Mr. White was arraigned wabble and their step is slow and Ford being of the rame golden hue; hauled for miles, water holes that were upon the charge of an assault upon the For Sheriff. and most perfect pieces of work." in Conner, a negro, on the streets of faltering they have two strong arms to Mrs. Horace Herndon stood to greet never known to go dry before are dr, this letter was purported to have been Nicholasville 'Wednesday afternoon person of Mr. Bourne. He demanded lean upon and help them over all the C. A. ROBINSON. the guests at the broad porch portal, sti earns are not running and the springs jury, and the panel after hearing the rough places enclosed a check for something like about 4 o'clock. The negro was killed a that lie in their twilight and Miss Mildred Beaziey stood near throughout the county are beginning to Conflicting reports as to testimony, assessed a fine against him path. $500. to cover his expenses and fee. In instantly. for County Court Clerk. holding the silver card tray; in the de- - fail." The most dependable source for $10. and the costs. Upon the other the matter Judge McDowell will doubt- the cause was circulated about town of licious ices and confections were obser- - water is the wells which J. W. HAMILTON are to be less be put to the necessity of doing a Wednesday, and it was said that charges, Mr. White confessed to one ved the same prevailing color scheme, found in varions parts of the countj . Francis. and The Court fined him $10. and costs great deal of "splaimng" before he Moberly said that Conner threw a rock For County Attorney. pink and white, Mrs. L G Davidson these wells are supplying the surround-graciouslwill be relieved of the stigma which at him. Moberly was arrested and and dismissed the other warrant. Mr. Mrs. Edna Kennedy Francis relict of presiding in the dining ing community with both drinking and Huffman confessed to the charge the late Joseph L. GREEN CLAY WALKER. will attach to him because of this placed in jail, where he was held with Francis Sr died at apartment A stringed band discours- stock water, and the constant demand against him and drew from the court the family home in be restored to the confi- out bond. Louisville Herald. matter, and Lancaster on Tues the same fine as was given Mr. White. day morning after a long illness. Six ed sweet music and all the appoint- - upon them does not seem to diminish For Jailer. dence of the people of Central Kenments of the large assemblage made it the supply in the least. This fact Darnal-SmitThe warrants originated over an altera- years ago she suffered a paralytic tucky, whose confidence and esteem he stroke one of the most recherche affairs of DAVE ROSS. should prove a valuable object lesson tion between .White and Huffman upon and since has so long enjoyed. that time she has been an al Lancaster's social calender. Miss Florence Darnal of Maysville the one jide and Bourne upon the other to the farmer who is experiencing a For Assessor. and Mr. George Smith Jr. of this city and Bourne sought address at the most constant sufferer, bearer her scarcity of water; wells may be drilled burden with that Christian fortitude Mrs. Bourne Improving. were quietly married at the home of hands of the law. for a nominal sum and assure a supply DAVE C. SANDERS. Dunn. for which she was noted, always cheerof water adequate to supply all deThe cheering news comes from the Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Darnal the brides ful, never complaining, ever seeking to After an illness extending over a mands at the most trying bedside of Mrs. J' Wood Bourne, who parents in Maysville Monday. Though Great Religious Gathering At Bowling For School SuperinleBdant. times and cheer others and completely forgetting period of several years during which the sooner the number in the county is is in the Good Samaratin Hospital in the wedding came as a surprise to MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. herself. The deceased was born in time he suffered from a complication Green. Lexington, having recently undergone some, there were others who suspected increased the sooner will the cry foe Madison county Ky on the "3d day of of diseases, Mr. William George Dut.n an operation, that she is recovering it since first the erection of a beautiful water be reduced. For Magistrate. annual Convention September 1839, but for a number of passed to his reward at his home in the The eighty-firrapidly, and it is hoped that she will bungalow on Danville street began, Kentucky years has lived in Garrard, where she "Fork" neighborhood on last Sunday 1st District, Creech. soon be sufficiently recovered to be Mrs. Smith is well known and much of the Churches of Christ in loved in Lancaster. Mr. Smith holds a will be neld in the First Christian was connected uy either blood or morning. After short funeral cerebrought to her home in Lancaster. JOHN N. WHITE. Mrs. Barbara Creech, wife of Mr. responsible position in Uncle Sam's ser Church at Bowling Green, September marriage with many of the most monies by his pastor, Rev. H. C. Bell 2nd District 1913. The Convention Church prominent families. Until her husbands at the late home, his remains were Silas W. Creech of Nina, died at the vice: was born and reared in Lancaster Sunday School Convention. LOGAN ISON. and a host of friends congratulate him which was dedicated only a few months death which occurred several years ago, placed to rest in the Lancaster ceme- family home Tuesday and after short One of the most enjoyable and on winning such a bride. They 3rd District. funeral services at the home her will be ago is a beautiful modern $34;000 plant she lived upon theirfarm northeast of tery on Monday afternoon. profitable affairs in religious work held at home to their friends A member of the large JOHN S. HAM. and remains were interred in the burying at their new The program for the convention which Lancaster, but after his demise she here this year was ths Garrard County home on Danville Street. has just been issued ancounces an op- sold the farm and moved into town influential Dunn family of that section ground at Freedom church on Wednes-o- f Sunday School convention of the the county, the deceased stood out day morning. ening session op Monday night the 22d She was a devout member of the We are authorized to announce the Christian Church, The Convention was Give Us Credit For What We Do "Aunt Barbara" was one of the Not with the convention sermon by Rey. Presbyterian 'ihurch, and her funeral prominently as one of the substantial following candidates for city offices. held last Friday at the local Christian R. N. Simpson of Harrodsburg; the services were conducted by her pastor. and respected citizens of the county. Godly old mothers of the neighborhood, Church, and the delightful dinner serv Print. For Police Judge. Christian Women's Board of Missions, Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, assisted by He espoused during the Civil war the J loved and respected by all who knew ed by the Lancaster ladies added much A dearth of local news often leads the national missionary organization of Eld. F. M. 'finder, after which her cause of the Confederacy, and was a her for her "many noble traits of E. W. HARRIS. to the pleasure of the delegates, about to murmurs on the part of those who the women of the Church of which Mrs remains were laid beside those of her brave and fearless soldier throughout character. She was born in Clay county J. P. PRATHER. 60 of whom were present. Addresses prize local gossip above all else, and Louise L. Campbell of Lexington is the husband in the Lancaster cemetery on the conflict, winning the distinction of Ky., but came to Garrard county many were made by Rev. D. E. Watson and it is not all the fault of the publisher. Secretary, will convene on Tuesday; this (Thursday) morning at 10 o'clock. never having been captured, notwith- - years ago; she was 70 yeais of. age and Hfe. H. C. Bell of. Lexington, Rev. F. The deceased is survived by five standing his long service in behalf of has lived to see her off spring grow up This is the first week of Fall, and M. Tinder and by the State Sunday Any uve puousner win not rail to give the Kentucky Missionary Convention, H. W. Elliott, Secretary, has its ses- daughters, Mrs. A. K. Walker, Mrs. his beloved Southland; he was jn tlje and become useful men and women in the people are busy with fall plans and School Evangelist, Rev D. W. Stone. all the local news worthy of note, therefore when the local department sion Wednesday and Bible School Day A. W. Kavanaugh, Mrs. Ed. Price and command of Capt Clay Mverg. Mrs. ' the various communities in which they fall projects. Children are busy with On the Misses Lucy and Tommie Francia, all Thomas Richards, the wife of the late dwejl, and when the summons came she school plans; there is everywhere a is short you should not rail at the will be Thursday the 25th. Artistic In Design. editor, but remember you might have program are the names of State and of Lancaster, and by three sons, Messrs Capt Thomas Richards is a sister ot had the satisfaction of knowing that new spirit of vigor and activity after We note with pleasure the beautiful committed suicide, got married, quar National leaders of the Church. Rev. Joseph L. and John W. Francis of Lan the deceased and survives; there is also lifrs duties had been well performed, the heated term. Lancaster, though dry has never front at the White Elephant Store in relied with your neighbor, stole chick. P. H. Welshimer of Canton, Ohio, who caster and Mr. Alex Francis of Rolling left to mourn his loss one daughter, and she could enter his presence with Miss Georgia Dunn, who is prominently the certainty of hearjnghim say, "Wpll been more attractive, for with the new this City. Surely it does credit to any ens, let your team run away, or done superintends the largest Bible School Fork Miss. There are few more lovable women known throughout the state for her ' done thou good, and faithful servant, The a hundred other things to make a local in the world and whose Church leads sidewalks the town is transformed. store front in the large cities. the Disciples of Christ in membership, ever dwelt in Lancaster than Mrs. activity in Sunday School and Missiqn- - enter into thy reward." Already our enterprising merchants color scheme is hunters green and item. by her hus-Be- n will close the convention with an ad- Francis, of a cheerful disposition, even ary work, and by two sons, Messrs' Mrs. Creech are opening and displaying fall goods mahogany, the leading shades for this If a newspaper should publish cur and James Dunn of this county, ftfind, four daughters, Mrs. Moltfe Mc, in the face of her great suffering, shp and in these displays is the demonstra- Fall Season. We understand that the rent street gossip, or the hints and al dress Thursday night. Mr. Dunn's wife, who has long since Whorter of Texas, Mrs. Sarah Lay apj An attendance of one thousand or ever wore a pleasant smile ana had a tion that Lancaster is a progressive buyer for this establishment is now in lusions of the best society in the commore is expected, representatives com- cheering kindly word for all whom she preceded hin to the grave, was a sis- Mrs Nannie Park of Pine Hill Ky. and town with, progressive merchants, who Chicago making fall purchases for the munity it would be ostracized. if patronized can and will bring on the store and if as good taste is displayed Don't criticise the newspapers for ing from" all churches of Christ in Ken- chanced to see; she was strongly devot- ter of "Mr. William Royston of the Mrs. Ollie Paul of Vasper Tenn, and ' four sons, Messrs Enoch G., Wm. H., in the buying as has been in the decorat- what they print, but give them great tucky. For this convention the rail- ed to her family and also to her friends, Fairview locality of the county. best the country produces. fare and it was a pleasare to be in her p The passing of this good and useful Fred and Charles Creech of this county. will pull together we can ing of the front of this store, our credit for what they don't print. A road rate will be one and one-haIf all Com- neighbors and friends need not go newspaper that contains one-hapromise continued prosperity. the plus a quarter for the round trip from company. The entire community is citizen and clever gentleman will be a The sympathy of the entire community, merce is at high tide and the temporary elsewhere for their fall purchases but nonsense current among the best all points in Kentucky. Dates of sale saddened by the death of this lovable source of sincere regret to the entire in which the Record joins is extended good returning eld lady, and the sincere condolence of county where he was so well known to the bereaved husband and children September disturbance caused by the drouth will can supply their wants in their OWN citizens, would be considered unfit to all goes out to the grief stricken family. and highly respected. ' in their hour of affliction. September 29. read. Honest! soon be forgotten. The demand for, HOME TOWN, i o- l'i.i...w.: ''u"iwj .- wa-givi- ng I , $F . y h. st 22-2- 5, lf lf 22-2- 5, ? The Central fteeord, Friday, Sept .--- 6', .s ro.- - -. ' autuMM Danville Friends Pay Tribute Minister To Panama. flA M jrnrif, in i13. I Page au The Commercial Club of Danville gave a delightful banquet Friday nigh't complimentary to William Jennings Two Studebaker Wagons Cheap. Call at once. Price, who left Monday as the Minister Hay Balers. from the United States to the republic Ohio Feed Cutters, Gas Engines. More than 200 friends of Panama. Coal Oil Stoves. Toledo Cookers, Fireless Cookers, something new. from Boyle and adjoining counties res-- , ponded to invitations to wish the minGet your wife one and save.Iier strength and beauty. ister God speed. Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers Cheap. Come in and see them President C. A. Smith of the Commercial Club aeled as toastmaster. and get a drink of ice water. Toasts were responded to by Hon. Chenault Huguely, Rev. F. W. Hinitt, Dr. C. V. Cook, Mr. George W. Hon Robert Evnn3, Hon. C. C. Bagby and response by Hon. W. J. Price. The toastmaster extended an invititation to vi3itors to make remarks iGWcrBftSfirFgMrrg. m which invitation was responded to with short talks by several from Harrods-bur- g and Mr. J. R. Mount and W. B. My We wish we had Mason of Lancaster. spacs to give all the speeches, for al acquitted themselves with credit but we cannot refrain from mentioning the beautiful tribute delivered by Hon. Kobt. Evans, hi, subject being "Our Friend". We also give part of the I am back home again for beautiful response of the honored guest. seven Hoosier Drills Cheap. To N ew J. R. MOUNT, SON & 0. Don-egh- y, iiiTTIl!liil Friends fit To Garrard County, g a while, after a months tour through the advertising My SPEECH OF HON. K. G. EVANS. South dies. great and a selling my Indian trip success, Reme- was Your name may flaunt a titled trail, Proud as a cockerel's rainbow tail; And mine as brief appendix wear As Tarn O'Shanter's luckless mare; Today, old friend, remember still That I am Bob and you are Bill. You've won the great world's envied prize, And fine you look in people's eyes, With HON and Plenipotentiary, In big brave letters fair to see Your hand, old fellow; that's the job! For you are Bill and I am Bob. You'll wear the minister's ermine robe; You'll teach your name to half tre globe; You'll sing mankind a matchless strain; You'll make the long past live again; The world may call you what it will, But you and I are Bob and Bill. And so we are. In your selling The North Western Cow Boy. advertising and getting results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, better DAKOTA. JACK, more medicine.doing more Price, at the Banquet tenilered in his honori ''The all too partial Sentiments toward trie to which this occasion has given expression have attuned my heart to a key of gratitude that the instrument of my poor lips can not reach. The eloquent genuineness of the spirit that prompted it all and the genuine eloquence of all that has been said by these gifted speakers have been to me like the note3 that fall from angels' harps. In the distant Eden, if 1 may find a palm shade there, I shall expect to be regaled with minors, no sweeter or tenderer; with crescendoes and no more creamily rich and soothing, with an ensemble no more nearly smoothly harmonious in the midst of the diapason of clear bugle and trembling harp and cooing flute and tender string than in the symphony with which the utterances of these kind word.s has made my soul musical tonight. There is one spot on earth for each of us that constitutes Heaven's legation ground, and that is Home. There is one angelic spiiit sent from its precincts to hover about us, and that is Mother. There is one Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary oearing official letters from the King of Kings and that is the true Neighbor and Friend. "Little Dorritt", says Dickens, turned at the door to say 'God bless you'. She said it very softly, but with a sincerity that wis as audible above as a whole cathedral choir." Perhaps is haltidgly as Little Donit, but with equal sipcerity. I pray, "God bless you; dimin-uendo- I CARDS. Auctioneer. ! ffihmg& lite - i-k- A. n. BOURNE Prices Right. 35-J-- Good Service. Phone Lancaster, -- Kentucky. Of the many stunts performed by the Sparks Circus herd of elephants the one that probably gets the most appreciation i the game of base ball played by these mighty and unweildy paehadc-m- s. Every plav in gone through with, in the manner, and the laughs furnished lij this number Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. will remain as a pleasant remembrance of the circus. -- -- Laiicaster, Kentiicly AM the accessories pitcher, batter, catcher, umpire, fielders ai.d their masks", bats and uniforms are present, and "Big Marj" in tin- - roll of gloves, batter seldom misses a home run swat, and has thus established a 400 mark batting record for herself. Running the b?ses ai u the slide .to home p'ate never fail to bring forth rounds of applause and laughter from the audience. If you want to be elected right, gtt Another funny situation is when the pitcher has two strikes en "Big Mniv." SHAVED RIGHT he and the catcher get into an animated, argum-.n- t ovt-- r the next ball to bt and you will be right you go to the if served by the pitcher and trumpet into each other ears. This little niece of b right shop on Richmond street. play always meets with the instant approval of the audience and audj grettlj The Old Reliable Barber. to the already funny number. This act was piesentid to New Yoik Citv's delighted millions last winter and came in lor more favorable newspaper com HENRY DUNCAN ments than any animal act seen tnere m recent yeais. This featuie is positively on the program of the Sparks World Ftmcus shows, which are billed to exhibit here next Thursday Sept. 11. ELEPHANT BALL GAME. most-ludicrous Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary and Dentist. Surgebn CANDIDATES Anent The Salary Schedule Hew Law. Under (he The Importance Of Being Posted. ivery one". testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts & Son, x Mr. Price here paid a fine tribute to rigid and unadaptable Senator Oilie James and continued as My Dear Superintendent. The old ner capita system was too to ltcal condi- Lancaster, Ky. young days when the purposes of life still walkec and glanced with uncertain step, shyly and timidly from the half opened windows of the soul, a mind and heait were there beyond their years, a mind : which even then grappled successfulWm m ly the larger, higher problems, and a heari which had become, alreadv, the resting-plac- e of friendships, ol friendships which, like the beautiful "shadows of evening, spread and grow till life and its light pass away." From these early days on through the years to the time when you weie filled with the manly wish to tread the maze of life to noble ends, you have been "dear to me as the ruddy drops that warm my heart. " And ere my love for you, or my faith in vou 11 1 ii chip or diminish, this "land shall float upon the ocean, and wander to the .HI, ,' till The roofing that lasts as long as .A If p. the building and never needs unfrequented End. x Tonight, our hearts rejoice and call repairs. aloud. We feel the presence of a joyThey won't bum, crack, curl or rot ' .. UT like wood shingles, nor have they the ous, happy spirit; we are filled with JT -a music strangely new and beautiful, treat weicht or brittleness of stone slate : 1 besit la they arc inexpensive and iook better than either. yet strangely old and familiar it is the song of the old, old story, which For Sale by never grows old, which is as new, to night, as when the morning stars first Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street sang together. We do know there's mettle in vou, Philadelphia, Pa. and with the heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute, the victory is sure, and the joy complete, for there was never human joy like that which springs The following letter from Mr. 1L 1L 1L 3CZUC 11 from glorious victory, though it may Camden is self explanatory, have been achieved with toil and laJ. N. CAMDEN. bor and mingled drops of sweat and Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 45 days treatment $1.00. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 cts. Pufsleys Indian Herbs yyxX0.7giilBirraiii M&M Instead ofWoodShingles orSlate ft.' ammwr MefrJ Shingles 7.T7 I. r3 XL7 sL lullows: The spirit of old Danville has been Deautifully referred to by one of the speakers tonight. If I have any for the duties of my new office, I owe in the largest degree that fitness to the environment, the fashioning .hroagh sunshine and shade, obtained n my native Garrard and here. That spirit is a part of the spirit of the old South, as we are a part of that section, chat has played such a masterful rolt in the shaping of the earlier destinies of our beloved country. The Chief Executive of our nation and his Premier in the Cabinet trace back to it through their forebears, and there is no more hopeful sigh nor blessed bourgeoning for the future than the "call of the b!oud", and the inherited and acquired devotion of the authorities to the Constitution of the fathers has not permitted them to forget the purposeful mission of the old South in this material age, amid its sordidness and greed, when we are hearing so much more about money than manhood and centralized greatness of power than the generous goodness and worth of cearacter. I extend the most cordial invitation to every one of you to make me a visit in Panama. The doors of the TJ. S. Legation will not swing open quite as readily and wide for any one else, and let me say "Come in the evening, Come in the morning; Come when you're looked for, and come without warning: A thousand welcomes you'll find there before you, And the of tener you come, the more I'll adore you." fit-le- ss J. N. Have You Visited The blood. We do know VERSAILLES, KENTUCKY. there's mettle in you, Aug. 25th, - 1913. nr n Parlors at the ICE PLANT ???? Open On Sunday mettle of the kind which has been the inspiration, during all time, of those who answered the cry of distress, or gathered about their country's standard when she called; mettle of the kind that stands for the patriotism which endured the frozen horrors of Valley Forge; of the kind whicji fired the hearts of the Six Hundred in that appalling charge at Balaklava, of the kind which stirred the rugged old Highlander to offer his owtf life and those of six oi the best of his clan if the honorable court would let his chieftain go free; mettle of the kind which teaches us to "Think that day lost whose low descending sun Views from our hand no noble action Gentlemen Please accept my warmest thanks publicity you have for given to my barbecue. I feel that ycur kindness was much more than a personal courtesy to me-- that it was the expression or your willingness to help any movement which aims at the betterment of farming in Kentucky and for this I thank you most of all, for my heart is in the work. I hope that the success of the barbecue may mean something in stimulating the new farming spirit in our State, and if it does, I will fe-i- l amply repaid. Again thanking you, I am, Very truly yours, (Signed) J. N. Camden. e done." We do know there's mettle in you, and we do know that no power of man or devil can intimidate you, and that no amount of gold can buy you. You have walked a mile with me Along life's pleasant way A friend whose heart had eyes to see The stars shine out o'er the darkening lea, h, friend who knew, and dared to say, The brave, strong words that cheered the way When you walked a mile with me. With such a comrade, such a friend, fain would walk till journey's end. And while waiting for larger, stronger words to express the full depths of my leeling, I now voice the earnest, sincere wish of everyone present that care, and trouble, and unhappiness may descend upon you after the manner of an "Artie summer night, when the dawn begins to reappear before the last reflections of the preceding sunset have faded from tne Horizon. And I express the further wish that your hopes and plans and ambitions may ever leave port with a "wet sheet, a nowing sea, ana a wjna yiar. ioiiows and Every Evening & It zzii Filtering the air to be breathed in public school buildings is one of the later experiments in St. Louis, and is mental alertsaid to result ness and activity in the pupils. The suggestion has been advanced that the s in use be filtered next, for the reason that mental activity is wasted in tackling the trash with, which too many arithmetic and grammar publishers have flooded the country. There is no, doubt real need for reform in niany of the books now in the schools, text-book- tions. The small districts suiTered on account of the disparity of advantages compared with the big districts. The bic school had all advantage in secur ing the most competent teachers The children in the small schoois have as much right to a good teacher as those When the iaw in the large schools. was nassed creating a County Sjsteni. supplanting the District System, it was unavoidable that the method of paying teachers would become a county plan. Hence the present law, giving County Boards the right to fix salaries. The man on the ground, elected by the people, knows better how to adinst salaries so as to get re sults, than can be accomplished under the old per capita system. The new law is working well. The salaries during the past year were ad justed more equitably and the results were greater and better than ever before. The two great things accomplished are. The addition to the salary fund of the entire State, on account of local supplementary aid, of more than a half million dollars, and an increase in attendance of approximately 50 per cent in the rural schools of the State. But we have learned some things by experience. Under the new law the teacher's salaiy is governed by quality of work, as well as by quantity of vunrU-- conditioned unon the actual at- tendance in school. It seems by experience that the law as administereJ last year is favoring the small district to the detriment of the large district. This is not the spirit of the law, and was never contemplated. It was only contemplated that this law should take away from the big districts its unfair advantage, but in no wise its rights. It was never intended that the best teachers should have cause under this law to discontinne the Evidently many have Now. what is the cure for this condition? The law is all right. The trouble is with its administration. We therefore suggest to the Superintendents and County Boards the following plan. Make your Salary Schedule as usual, making a little difference between the initial salary of the teacher in the first class school, and the same teacher in the second class school, but add a condition similar to the following: "Each teacher whose school averages over forty pupils for the entire term, (or whatever number may be selected), shall receive a stated monthly increase in salary, say fifty cents, or whatever the local conditions may justify, for each student above forty in general average." Of course, unless the suggestions may be used to remedy conditions in your county, we do not recommend that they be incorporated in your salary schedule. I shall be glad to allow vcur County Board to revise your salary schedule at any time, .in order to meet the actual conditions in your county. I repeat again that the spirit of this law is to give large discretion to the County Board in the adjustment of teachers' salaries. It is a principle of that will even lqcal tually hring great results in the de velopment of our common school system. Yours very truly, Barksdalo Hamlet t. Supt. Public Instruction. "--here-to-fore The members of the board of education of any city should be the best informed individuals on mod methods in the city, for with them rejts largely the formation of the character of the next generation. The kind of teacher?, the methods employed, the bcoks to be used, the healih and comfort of the children of the growing gei -eration is in the hands of the members of the bond. They are the great power behind the throne. The time hs Hone by when members of the board can delegate all or thest matters to others and then content themselves with the few business problems that are presmted to them. It is money well expended by any board of education when they subscribe for live journals for thi ir member. What would he thought of a merchant who just let his store run with a sort of "hap;,cn so" management? The wide awake tm reliant reads the trade journal?, keeps himself fully abreast of the times with these trade reviews. The lawyer studies carefully the legal news as it is galheied and published from all parts of our land. The pro-- i gressive physician keeps in close touch with the medical world through his snlendid medical innrn!I.i TK.. fo.m... keeps himself infoirr.edas tobestmeth- cus or How others succeed by his agricultural papers. We might go through all the trades and occupations and we would find the same old storv. excent when you come to the very important department of the boards of education, and we find a most lamentable neglect. If it is essential that others keep abreast of the times by reading and studying how similar work is done elsewhere, why is it not essential that members of the boud of education should be on the constant lookout for best methods, and where can they get them except in the best educational journals where educators speak to the world their plans and purposes. ci,i Sxy K. W. Morrow, Gruiiuate Optician (il8Se titled. SatUfaciluu (iikimIiKtciI is Lanotstfr, W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone C. Residence Phone ISfll. Office Huurj h.di to 12. 1 p.m. to J. Office over Siurinc!' Irng Stunt tdu-cutiui- al B- - F1. "Wi!Lir.Ki.DENTIST. Phone 65. I- -i. K. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, M. K. Denny OilK-e-: anA W. A. Wheelir A AiMcr. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. 'itoriiie Ilnlldingovei Hurt sou' Furniture More. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. TREES Fruit & Ornamental STRAWBERRIES, W&'&t::2r-- lil L .- - wmm mm S3K3 n!:nrf RICHMOND. KY. tin. I'd. Training School for Teachers A .fefcLyui C orMlraIitvr to EVmratsrr law hiliaUiM Life Me V ttlcar. f V:i--l In all Fu'Ji. . keutneij. Shrubs, Asparagus. Rhubarb. Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. 3Sg"lw nwRMvtelie1ioaL T I r- -i fc&&8!s new Cm M. Tuition YrvtoAp. notn'tti, Twrplrn1ild r- maittltrinlQe bultuirr I'nrci ana iiene tRVr9. SwM ( Cstalojse Free. Ntth" l', !rt Term Jnmr nnr n Kim JJl'""1 "Thedford's is the best Black-Draug- H.F.Hillenmeyer ht & Sons. medicine J. A, Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. "I suffered terribly with Hvcr troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had consumption. I could not work at all. Finally I tried lever used," writes Lexington, Kentuckv. 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; 835 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11 KM 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 Jost train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowliiig; THEDFORD'S County Court Days. Resolutions Of Respect. iizzDamrr: 3li..ii E Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial, WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to call home our beloved sister Mary Walden That we bow in humble submission realizing that the temperance cause has sustained a great loss. Thnf wn pnll attention tn her nuro unselfish christian life and recommend that it ;3 worthy of h?ution. That we extend our heartfelt sym- pathy to her bereaved daughter," sons and entire family praying that His tender love ay encompass them, fast.' Lancaster W. O. T. U. Aug. 30, '13. RESPONSB Of MFC. f RICE.. Fanny Farra, Below follows, the be.autifu response Mary E. Austin, Com. delivere d by Hon. Wjlliam, Jennings Amanda Anderson, ' 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. 3rd. Monday. Mt, Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Nicholagyille, and to my surprise, I got better, as well as any and am to-d- ay is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Qet a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. 70 Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol"& Atlanta. iU Mr- --. I?4 !. ts,ii wj.'-- tr- The'sntfai Record, i . - !! r -- m ri - i ";- - it-- - - i j- - - j-- Wli .t , - ii rj Friday, Sept 6, 1913. S 1 I -- r : i " - rheUMa Wiii ViW POSIT. RheumatiB uKiC aciet de: Do You Vtj .1 iu iiiuiivr Fear Consuftpiion? ; CouipL'cations Checked -t nuv ciirumc your tuu;;u 01 i how Severe jour thioat Sr lUng ailment And is, Dr. Kings New Discovery will sure The "Human foyers" Restored. JpJ BTff a ns r C13CwW 9X2 &?fh wels ami bkin are H The Kidneys, -l wTJ & H carry off the' ''human sewers" which fjr iy? fe33? m CnJ waiEKi the impurities in the blood. When clogged Uric Acid sedimpnt these are lodges in the muscles and joints and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the : great remedy for all foims of the ter rible disease, checks the deposit of S5"5? W&BSfZ&Y-&J PAINT I,ICK. ' .J Uric Acid and the pains and swellings quickly leave the body. RHEUMA acts naturally on the system contains Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Griggs are no dangerous drugs to destroy the visiting relatives in Lexington. We are HEADQUARTERS for School organs. R E. McRoberts unaffected School will open on Monday Sept. 8th Supplies everything the. student needs & Son will return your money if it ard a full attendance is expected. pencils, 50 cents a bottle. fails; in text books, tablets, rulers, Little Adessa Colson who has been straps, etc, etc We carry a well selected quite sick of diphtheria is able to be STANFORD. assortment of out. U Little Joe Hazel McWhorter Mr. Phi.lin Kemp of Louisville has improving after an illness of several been the guest of his uncle Dr. T. W. days. Pennington. Mr. and Mra. R. II. Jones returned Self-Filli- ng Miss Alma Hays haB returned to Sunday from a visit to relatives at Kansas City after a visit to her cousin London, Ky. X fflf Miss Emma IIas. The new Principal, Prof. London and Mrs W. B, O'Bannon has returned wife have taken rooms with Mrs. Vina the widely known "pen that fills itself." from Andeison, Ind. where she visited McWhorter. This pen is particularly adapted for students' the Misses Perrin. or home study. Mr. Robert Ledford, wife and children use for either classroom notes Mr. Fred Cook who is visiting his of Dorchester Va. hae been the guests classroom, simply mother and sister hen is quite sick at of lelatives heie. If the Conklin runs dry in , Rpe-i-fe- S-i? their apartment in the Myers House. dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little Dr. W. L. Carmen has returned from "Crescent-Filler- " Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis who have been and the pen is filled! It a visit to his parents at Washington the guests qf Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Court House, Ohio. deans itself at the same time, A number of Kincaid retuined to their home MonM styles and sizes. Miss Virginia Christopher day. of Winchester spent several dajs with honje after Miss Mary Bruce is at delightful visjt pf six weeks with Mis. Mrs. Ed Williams. W. K- - Wtfc if? the mountains of Miss Louise Rice retuined last Saturday from a visit to relatives at m-f -it. Winchester anJ Earis ii Mr. and Mrs. N. W, fowl and ,T Sl PERFCCT SPECIMENS OF TH motored to Muysville and spent Mrs. Arthur Bottner is with her &3T Mira-- r host rilntMi: W 'Or a...ri ira c ' the week end with Mra. Keith, daugh- parents after an operation for Tnfr-?!ir- n ter of Mr. Fowle. miu Mir at the Ijibsqn Infiunary Mrs. John Shanks, of Columbus, Ga. Richmond, ? who is snendiner the summer with Sparks big circus that will appear in friends in Kentucky, is at Someiset Lancaster next Thursday Sept, 11th is I will on r. 1 tJ .r s v I x' W r THE CHAMPIONS OF ALL tlijs ycejc to attend the fail. widely talked of and veiy likely a large 3&V-- " ) V WEDNESDAY SEPT. 10th, 1913, COUNTRIES COMPETE U FEATS Mrs. UiciiajJ Aabury, Misses Mary crowd from this section will attend. OF DARING ANO GRACE. my farm ait Buena Vista Ky sell to the high- - Burch and Sophia Ai&.'rj njotored to beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. at Miss Fannie Francis will leave for est bidder, the following personal property, Louisville last week. They wj.kj the Trie PRINCELY SALAHIE3 PAID CJ Uii 35 head of cattle as follows 20 head of extra good weanling flUercalves, truest, while there of Mr. and Mis. her home in Oklahoma Tuesday after MAMMOTH ENTERPRISE HA.E SC25EB JIU spenajng eej.rai weeks with her grand-Ptveflall the best of colors, hieh crrade short horn and Poll Angus, age from four to V, B. McRoberts. EU3CF OF THEIR HJST VALUA5LE ARTISTS Mr. aijd Mis. isjqci Frncis. five months, a better lot will be hard to find. Airs, a. u. e irjn wno nas Deen tne AND FEMALE MALE 10 head of nice well bred short yearling heifers. RIDERS, gqest of her daughter , ljlr, R. M 3 0 1,3 3 extra good veal calves. ERIAL ARTISTS. LEAPERS, fk fs )5 Fl I NfiwJan.d, left on Tuesday to visit rela s . 4 good milk cows. TUMBLER, GYMNASTS AND tives and friends at Richmond. Mr. K 4a 65 B W E II tJ u 1 nice Jersey heifer will be fresh soon. SENSATIONAL Elkin returned to LoujsviJJp. FOR THC HAJR 1 good 6 year oldonare with mule colt at foot. OF SKILL AND DARING BY BOTH Mr. J. W. Rout, Jr., and Miss $uo I good brood mare bred to Jack. MALEMO FEMALE PERFORMERS. Jf j cur hair is too dry brittle cotr Rout attended the funeral of Mr. C B. Jos; J:ii;j strirjrj or falhnj; out u:o 1 good 6 year old mare with horse colt at foot. A BIB TROUPE OF HORSES, Ovyehs gt Somerset Monday. Mr. J. 10 head of good feeding hogs. hjr e r,:i t once. W. Rout, Sr., Mrt?o was an uncle of itching bcJ, mh-T- ) jTjc Jiair 1 sow and 11 shoats. BEST It steps Jm. T 1 4 13 jii?-5- r MV. Owens was there rcnoYes 1 sow and 6 shoats. OF fcOUCATED SEALS MV SEA U05, it hp time of of dust and excessive oils, and mak djfitJ L". ruff with one application, 1 sow and pigs. his death. AN IMMENSE iiif doubly beautiful soft fluffy JO coming 2 year old black face ewes, extra good lot. liti. sr WOffHERFULI Y THAJXED ELEPHANTS, Mrs. W. C. Shanks had as dinner jibiFdant. Ty .7 50c bottle 5500.00 worth of Merchandise, of which the following is a partial list lE3-B- " Jt Mil not only &ayv Ji?ir and make Trfo Bsogps'sFfciEiT guests on Saturday evening Mr. and M U1 It-re. 1 lot of new halters, Mrs. J. W. Ireland and their guest it urow, but gie it the beauty you rtBFMMiUS IX 6REAT STEEL INCLOSURE s P?.fllJAili3JP3LSJij&i pa3aagry-sagg31 lot of new strap hinges all sizes. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Miss Mattie Grinstead of Louisville. 1 Grind Stone. I14IIY AT 10:30 i. H. . Miea Grinstead returned to Louisville, 2 good big new dirt or pond scrapers. this wpc. 1 new no. 13 Vulcan plow. Mrs. P. E. Kemj;, at present of 1 lot of horse yokes. Birmingham Alabama, is tt;e truest of 1 lot of long handle dirt ehovclg. relatives here. Her many fnen43 wili 1 lot of new Collar Tads. be glad to know that she, and her att1 tet of new heavy wagon harness. OF THE ractive family, expect to make their 1 new set of buggy harness. hoiny in Louisville in the future. 1 lot of new plow lines. 6 kegs of Salyet, the stock conditioner and tonic. Miss Lucy Lej apd Clayborne Wal 2 pails of Dr. Hess' Stock food. ton left Monday for Grlcnrjo, Florida 1 dozen bottles of the best liniment in the world. tui."us Competition. where they will make their Lome in The grade ciossingauto comhiua J lot of new work bridles. the future. Mr. James Cooper ac. tlon is proving almobt as dangerous tc SO new buggy whips of all kinds. companied them to Nashville where life as the unloaded gun. i.ot of wagon whips. he will enter Vanderbilt for the comJ00 pairs of new Corduroy pants. ing year. & Fijr Protecting tne Game. One thousand other things. Mr. George Downer of Cincinnati There should be u Uw limitlnc tilt Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. spent the week end with Mr. John number of sporthmtn a 'inner ruy family. He was joined Stone lttll in one season Washington Her A. T. SCOTT, Buena Vista Ky. here byand brother Mr. John Downer aid. his 1. We hereby reaffirm our allecience John I. Vanarsdale, Auctioneer. and two friends and they will enjoy a to the principles of clean elections and week or two camping before returning good government, as set forth at EXECUTOR'S SALE. to the City. Chicago, in the Piogressive National -o- fSPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Miss Mary Burch left Monday for Convention. Staunton Va , to resume her work as 2. We pledge ourselves to use instructor in the School for the Deaf neither money, whisky, or other cor Land, Town Property And at that place. This is the thhd year rupting influences to secure our elec Bank Stock. Miss Burch has been connected with tion. Si this school which speaks volumes for 3. We pledge to the people pf Garher ability as a teacher. rard County the most rigid economy In Monday, September 15, 1913 UNLESS you buy carelessly, these Miss Raney of Texas, niece and the administration of their affairs. (Count Court D.y) 4. We favor the payment of reasonare a few o! the features that will guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays en joyed a motor trip through the Blue- - able wages for all work done upon the at 1:30 P. M., in fiont of the Court presses are MTJ) buy a hay press. grass on Tuesday. Mrs. Hays and dirt roads as well as upon the turnpikes. House Door, in Danville, Boyle County, Round Round s 5. We favor the extension of the Kentucky, the undersigned Executor nrovulofl v. ith 5plf.fppflfT- - elimi Miss Bettie Paxton were also members Trip Trip nating dangerous foot-feediand increasing of the party. Mis3 Raney returned to turnpike system as rapidly as the will sell at public auction the farm of finances of the county will permit. capacity by even operation; the bale chamber the late Mrs. Pattie E. Green, consisther home in Texas later in the week. 6. We favor the lettintr of the ing of about 350 acres of land on the is of just the height to permit convenient SPECIAL TRAIN Mis. Kate Miller, Misses Florence Countv Poor Farm, the Coimtv Fnn,l Hustonville Turnpike Road, one-hati ing of the bales; the bale tension and roller Truehart. Malinda Miller, and Kate and other similar propertv to the mile south of Danville, Boyle County, tucker make for uniform, compact and attracAlcorn motored through thu Blupgrass highest and best bidder. tive bales; the toggle joint plunger is the most Kentucky. last week and report a delightful timo. 7. we pledge vou that all Countv powerful and simple compressing device ever This land will be offered in two ASK TICKET AGENT FOB PARTICULARS. used on a hay press though producing greatair. uiover, wnu is a great success as Contracts will be lut to the Inwpsh nml separate tracts of 170 acres and 180 a conductor of such parties, drove best hiddpr est pressure, it requires least power to operate. acres, respectively, each fronting on them and to him they attribute much 8. We pledge our candidate for the the Turnpike, and then as i whole. of the pleasure of the trip. legislature to work for the initiative, and whichever way the greatest o Miss Malinda Miller one of our many I rpfprpndnm nnrl roall M rlrriA bUllUllk amount is realized will be declared a r.OTmt ..., ..... cannot be surpassed in convenience, durability, e tract will be of fine teachers for the daf left Monday practice act, strict economy in State's sale. The simplicity, and economy of operation. They for Buffalo N. Y. where she will have administration, reduction of the State's fered by me as Executor of Pattie E. will put your loose hay into neat, compact charge of a pupil in a private family debt as rapidly as possible; and in all Green, and the 180 tract will be offered bundles, occupying but one-fift- h ( the former for the term just opening. En rout things to be responsive to the will of by me as agent of Mr. John J. Craig, space, increasing your available barn room, Miss Miller will visit friends in Knox- - the people of Garrard Ccunty. Amelia O. Craig and Dr. George Mrs. and making it possible to sell your hay in disville Tenn., and Charlotte N. C, Mrs. 9. We appeal to all law abiding Cowan. tant localities at the highest market prices. This is one of the finest farms in Kate Miller left several davs earlier citizens to support us in our fight for You will find three sizes, i4 x 18, 16 18, 15 Boyle County, admirably located, in a for Pittsburg Pa., where she holds a clean politics and good government. and 17 x bale chamber, in the I H C fine state of cultivation, and speaks splendid position in the School for the hay press line, baling, at a most conservative "Signed: for itself. estimatcfrom six to sixteen tons per day. If The Kentucky State Fair will offer to the farmers blind. J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for RepAlso the residence property of the your choice is a horse power press, you will be and livestock exhibitors an opportunity to exhibit the resentative, late Mrs. Pattie E. Green, consisting interested by its special features, the pull' oest products of their farms and best- specimens of Strengthen Weak Kidneys. A J, B, Bourne candidate for County Judge of a brick house, with modpower principle, compound leverage, and the nvesiocK ana to tne women an ODDortunitv to disnlav Don't suffer ern improvements, and a with low step-ove- r. If you desire a motor press, their handiwork and cookery at the 1913 Fair, for neys. You canlongerprompt weak kid R. S. Brown candidate for Shtriu". get relief by John. M. Duncan candidate for County brick cottage in iear, on the corner of sludy the durable power jack. Remember, which liberal premiums are offered. Lexington Avenue and Second Street, iaKing aiecinc Miners, mat wonder- -' too, that this is an all year found machine, for Clerk ful remedy praised by women every- -' Danville, Kentucky, in the heart of the engine may be detached and used as a G B A'nderson capdidate for Jai, where. Start with a bottle one of the best residential district in you regular portable power plant to run saw, pump, will soon feel like a new woman with Jnn Green candidate for Assessor. the City. A very desirable building cream separator, churn, feed grinder, electric ' out fear of nain. Mr. .Tntin rtiuriir.cr J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate lot fronting on Lexington Avenue may Write our nearest office for full information. 6-B- IG ' DAYS-- 6 Bailroai Eates J of San Francisco, writes No. I. District be cut off from this property. OflicM at ChdiuuU. 0 : Ewimin hi; KmtJI. Ten.; MnntV. Teas.: . for the Mnr Aftur. Ui; F.rltriboii. W. V. wonderful effect of Electric R- - M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Terms announced at sale, No. 2. For Information. Entry Blanks, Catalog, Etc., address District Bitters prompts me to write. It cured For further information, address International Harvester Company of America my wife when all else failed." Good for Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate S. R. CHEEK, L. DENT, Secretary, (Incorporated) District No. 3. the liver as well. Nothing better for Executor of Pattie E. Green, or 705 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE Chicago indigestion or biliousness. Price, 50c, J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate PAfiRV Sr HTTfiTTRT.V Attm- - TTTTTfll ITT ' .,,,., , . -I McRoberU& Son. andfl. District No 4. Danyille, Ky. t ly help you; it may save your life. StilTian Green, of Malichite-Col- . writes 'T'.'o doctors said I had consumption and could not live two years. I used Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it fails to benefit you. The best home remedy for coughs, colds; throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts Son. ob Ct B mi ww fe53 fh ti R i TP isay W sa Em 1 3Xp! 'itK&2?gi (m n G2?a cza r ..qa I feB Positively the Only Big Show Coming This Year. School Supplies mmsrmmmmmmmm:amiK. Fountain Pen ImVMCk Jam . McRoberts Drug Store. E Public Sale. m, Wj, nawii MMrt) jm Wis iAiaaauKAaaa.uia5H 0, "V- va i i -- :: 1, i jW 11 rJTuenrn luuLintr, wrtintntu IMMENSE MENAGERIE uiu tij rSAHiAti it Ps-i-jcn n u tiili 3IS3IS BtKii-SFT!- rAls OL Pfm mi? !' Gf.tD,feA5!-RiLUrtSi- '$ .J-- s tSSBSaiK-S5- i m&l3&Mi2glM PLATFORM Progressive Party ii - Of Garrard Co. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sept 14th, 1913. $f .501 No End of Good Reasons IHC 1 .SO n? riht lf Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ....., C May Presses Kentucky Stafe Fair SEPTEMBER ,l 170-acr- I to 20, 1913 22-in- ch s ten-roo- two-roo- S3 0,0 00 in Premiums fieW J. to-da- '"4 atR,. r -- USA w,, g SiT-r 'C" j iiSt...u- T cl x-- The Cental 8eQr-d,.Fnda- y, iept 8, l&lS. n nTn llCb 1' && ttnti'iH ; w entnoky Wheat Oriils . M'MMMM.Wllm Mm m A fJ The Kentucky Fluted Force Feed is the strictest sense of the term, and it sows all seeds, from flax to treated The range of quantities wheat, with unvarying accuracy. is very great, and the operator is not obliged to sow a peck or a busheL every time a variation in quantity is desired. In fact, the Kentucky Fluted Force Feed will enable the user to regulate the quantity to sow as low a fraction as a quart or a pint. Oiie slight movement of each indicator lever sets every feed on the drill. Becker, Ballard CS, DE Co. HE lf Bryantsville, Ky. nt JSE THE J 3KK&0O'$OXX0$'&d0&OQ4OO; mmm X Public Can g&t relief at the FAMOUS Grab Orchard Springs PLEASURE, HEALTH and REST RESORT. RATES$S. $IO. and $12. a week Jno. S. Robinson, Fres. 0 J. B. Willis, Secty-Trea- s. i REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Yp.ur Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Slock Certifi- cates, wnen lost cr destroyed, causes endipss trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANIi OF LANCASTER. fafniers Selfish Wilh Their Wives. THROW OUT THE LINE TRY SOLACE-A- T 1JUR EXPENSE In Farm and Fireside, appears an Give The Money Back for any case of Kidneys Help And Many Lap article which seems to indicate that Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache thai farmers' wives have been "getting the caster People Will Be Happier. short end of the bargain." Following "Throw Out the Life Line- "is an extract: Solace Fails" To Remove. "Half a century ago men and women Weak kidneys need help. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediThey're often overworked -- don't get were about on an equality in the matcal discovery of three German Scienter of the drudgery of farm life. The the poison filtered out of the blood. Will you help them? tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals man had to slave among the stumps Doan's Kidrey Pills have brought and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to and stones The woman had to make soap, weave, fcpin and knit. The man benefit to thousandsof kidnej sufferei.i. tnke, and will not affect the weaUst stomach. Read this Lancastei case: was obliged to break his back oer the Mrs J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., It is guaranteed under the Pure Food sheaves in the harvest-Held- , to wield tha corn-knifand to labor with the Lancaster Ky., sas:- - "I suffeied ji and Drugs Law to be absolutely free flail and hoe. The woman had to carry great deal from backache and could from opiates or harmful drugs of any water from the spting, to carry in the not sleep well. On seeral occasions description SOLACE i.s a pure specific in every wood, and sometimes to chop it, to my back became so painful and weak sweep and scrub and fight flies. that I was unable to do my housework. way, and has been proven beyond ques"Necessity has largely emarcipated Being advised to give Doan's Kidney tion to be the surest and quickest remthe man. Invention made it cheaper Pills a trial, I did so, procuring at Fris-bie- 's edy for Uiic Ae'd Troubles known to Drug Store, (now R E. McRob- - medical science, no matter how long and better to use the mower, the bind er, the the windmill, erts & Son's Drug Store). They help standing. It reaches and removes the the gasjline engine, the shredder, the ed me from the first and I wa3 soon root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. silo, the riding plow, the manure-sprea- d relieved." THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Cr.ek er. The and the A SECOND STATEMENT. achine are making the wife's When Mrs. Humphrey was interview- are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of oIuntary testimonial let work easier too, atid so are many other ed on Feb. 6, 1912, she ters which have been received from things. But in many things the inven- Kidney PilU aie a great medicine. tions of have not been placed in They promptly relieved me and I glad- grateful people SOLACE has restart ri the woman's hands because it has been ly confirm what I said some years ago to health. Testimonial letter.s, literature and FREE BOX sent upon necessary to adopt them in order to recommending them." make the farm pay. R. Lee Morris, president of the First For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts. "So in the course of events that led Foster-Milbur- n Co , Buffalo, N. Y., National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote up to making the farm pay, the women sole agents for the United the Solace Company as follows: States. has kept on as she used to, in order to "I want jou to send a box of Solace Remember the name Doan's and make possible the purchase of imple- take no other. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has ments by which her husband could do been used by some friends of mine-her- e more work with less effort. But I can HAKKSUUKl'. see no good reason why her sacrifice and I must say its action was wonderful. instead of being perpetuated by habit (Signed) R. L Morris. May Belle Sutton is down with Put up in 25c, 50c and ?1. boxes. should not be terminated when the readiphthciia. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL son for it no longer exist. Clyde Aldridge and brother A. D AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "The time has now come when we "No Special must move the flag of woman's comfort Aldridge have been sick for the past TAKING SOLACE. Treatment Schemes or Ftes". JUST up to that planted for the men. Any few da s. the woik. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perkins of Lancas SOLACE ALONE does farm that can afford a silo can afford electric light or gas, the vacuum clean- ter were the guests of Mr and Mrs. J. Write today for the free box, ttc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., er, the and the washing B. Kemper. Battle Creek Mich machine. Any farm that can afford a Miss Annie Steel Cook Lexington has gas engine can afford a bath room and been the guest of the Missus Simpson an intetior closet. And any farm that for the past week. can afford a manure spreader and a Mr. and Mrs, Ben Hughes came out hayfork in the barn can afford running from Lancaster Sunday to visit hei water in the kitchen. mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. "It's a matter of looking at the I&m&pa ?1 Mrs. Harve Sutton and children of question in the rinht way. It also means XA J3 VW giving the wo.run a square deal And Cincinnati came last week to viic the 5 4& in the main it's a matter of the women family of Mrs. Margaret Sutton. themselves thinking of these things as Mr. Charley Huffman and Miss attainable necessaries." Baker were married last Wednesday morning at parsonage by Rev. Mahan. Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema And The protracted meeting which was to begin the 9th at tlie Fork church has Skin Eruptions. beer, changed to the 14 of Sept. Every BOURBOII REMEDY CO., " body invited. Lesinctoj, Ky, Babies need a perfect Enclosed that s m-of Skin eruptions cause them not only inRev. Bell is corducting an mteiest- - cho'sra withfind photo of bosHos Cholera Remyonr This ho? tense buffering, Lt hinder their grofc th. ing meeting at the Grove Church with edy.medicine, was oln.ott Ocail before usirjr tha and then was cm xej currtl. ex PR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINT-- . good crowds in attendance every niglu ccpt los cf car. tail. etc. Tl'e h.igir-. ow aed b Mr. SUlesEwuyr. cf SowlrsrGrveKy. JIc MENT cap be relied on for relief and 8 additions up to this time. will bo clad to civo i o.t a testimonial, and .e can cct several more it yea vrant them. permanent cure of qufferjng habies Mr. Tom Chesnut has returned from JENKINS SUBLETT DRUG CO.. whose skin eruptions have made their Bowlinsr Green. Ky. life miserable. "Our baby was afT..ted a visit to Jellieo Tenn. where he has been visiting his "bast gir'." Tom with breaking, out of the skjn al over announces his candidacy for another the face and scalp. Poptgrs and skin Sold by HASELDEN BROS. office with assurance. Specialists failed to hulp. We tri d Dr. Mesdames Milland Rout and Richard Hobson s Eczema Ointment and were overjoyed to see baby completely cured McGrath and children who were the before one box was used" writes Mrs. guests of Mis Sallie Fox and Miss Kentucky Fair Dates. Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. All drug- Elisabeth Simpson last week have The following aie the dates fi.Ned for returned to Danville. gists, or by mail, 50c. holding the Kentucky Fair3 for 1913 as Pfeiffer Chemical Company, St Louis, A whirl wind, recently enveloped the far as reported. Officers of fairs aie Mo Philadelphia, Pa. home of Mrs. Ed Clark upsetting chairs requested to report to us any omissions, rugs and ect. Mrs. Clark states it. was or corrections of dates: the largest she ever saw and came with Paris, Sept. days" HI' UNA VISTA a great roaring scund the dust being so Alexandria. Sept. days. dense she could not see any thing for Fulton, Sopt. Mrs. J. K. Daugherty is visiting in several seconds. It made me think 0f Frankfort, Sept. days. a cyclone she said. Lexington. Somerset, Sept. 2 dajs. Mr. V. (J. Dunn djed at his homp Bardstown. Sept. a J das. Mrs. W. II. Duncan visited her Barboursville, Sept. !! '! dtys. Aug. Z after a lingering lllne-'of paients in Faulkner lust' week. Tomkinsyille, Sept. 3- -4 dus. several mpntl s with Hi tents disease. Miss Eva Zona Johnson of Panyillt Mr. Dunn was 7jJ years Franklin, Sept. days. of age and was was a guest of her aunt hjrie lasj. f.jetiiijr uf pleasant Grove church. By HodgenvSlie, Sept. D 3 da s. week Monticello, Sept. J 4 days. pis request a Yery snort service was. Morgantown, Sept. 113 davs. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd of Londop have held at the house by his paster Rev. Falmouth, Sept 10- - 4 days. been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bell assisted, by lipv. Mahan. His Kontucky State Fair, Louisville, Skinner. rgmjuns were taken to Lancaster for burial. He leaves 3 children Miss Sept. 15 t! dajs. Mr- - John Proctor apd family of Scottsville. Sept. 18- -3 days. Georgia Messrs Benjamine and Jam- Mercer spent Sunday with the family Horse Cave, Sept. 214 days. ipie Putin to whom the entiro com Of Will Scott. Bowling Green, Sept. JM-- -J dcys. munity extend to tnem sympathy in Adairville, S,ept. i!- o- S claj st Mr. J. E. Scott and family motored their bereavement. Paducab, Sept. ,j0 4 days, to Lexington Sunday and were guests - ".!'- Glajjj&w, Oct. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Christopher. days, l" Hw3iaiff Murray, Oct, 2- da a. Misses Eva and Lucy Oliver of EJkton. Oct. -8 days. Elizabeth Ky have returned to their Hopkinsville, Oct. 0- -G days. home after a pleasant vjsit with their Mayfield, Oct. 8- -4 days. fpusin Miss Joliusqn, H ?! Ij r e, r, creain-separatmilking-ms:tid:-"Doan's y dish-wash- Don't Waitfor the Wood to Sliqw. ' Before You Paint ! . siF?isSi KpKi J Postponing painting is like puttine oil payment of taxes. Yon arte only piling up expense. The wise man paints often so th.it there "3 ahvas a profectmg "fifni cf pamt I'ctvvccn his house and the clement! The n.ore durable the paint, the less often this must be done. The most durable paint in the world ij Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Punier Trade Matki and Pure Linseed Oil. when mixed to suit the conditions of'thi wood. AH good painters do :t this way. iMakc sure that yours docs it, too, and tl(t he uses Dutch Hoy v. httclcad and linseed oil. Dit.p 111 at our store and jjet our" I'aintmf Piinii" contatnri valuable suggestions t--i sclctting color schemes for inside ind outside your home. r ifct" . ys&SheT-Z' . .. .m "rz. P U.U.i&. 01 v : &r KB Pi E.SfQimss fit gx&1&$&$$di iT$$.&$&$$& ( MP Yi I 1! P'CJ w ij ff -- yMv & A Lancaster has one a nrcp nr.T. UsXateJzC I 1 si S3 aa m KiES3ff V V a y H ? BEST EQUIPPED i of the S V W HERE'STHEHOG w m ufq VcV e'sU South of the Ohio River. That nil of the water bottled by our phut is distilled first, therefore it is absolutely pure. That all of our drinks s re ii'itlled in clear bottles. That we hae one of the Hirst complete and niijilit also add the most e.xpenshe washing lutfus it is rossit le to obtain. We do not use brow bottles for the reason that it is a self evident fact that it is easier to detect any dirt or other matter in a clear bottle than a brown one. We bottle in clear bottles from distilled water. Mint Cola, Ginger Ale. 0rai4'e, 1 111.cn, Strawberry and the other flavors. Come in and see us at our phnit and ee how thse drinks ar put up. Ask for Mint Cola and other drinks bottled by us and see that the name is on the bottle and crown. 11 ol n Ci i linl-Ooi- a Sanitary Bottling Co. Ega-ass- ? 25 dajs, 23 24 s s. For Infants and Children. 43 & lh, t?3 fctS-- f C3 c!j 7 k. J rMMUMm -- The Kind You Hays 'i.'onci. 3 pur ci TrT' ,,w- - Always Bought Bears tlie Signature tWko UIi.GCiSC , m ?.' ProinofcsDi'IesfianriifgriU n?rs nr.A Tm- - Cnnfih? rrMr 0pitsii.McfFlu3tf ncrlferd $ 14 14 Ua--?. UM KotNap.cotic. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Mjss Florence Christopher tier vork as teacher in the Rurgin This is the Graded School Monday. fourth year for Miss Christopher. Safest Laxative For Women. flMflg este&gg? siiippt resumed ssfasar?'?" iKKSwr; aJ'Tr' 3' tjcu-5t--.. m ceo t iHsn k Xs wtmtBM. trS.$3iRS Jl'Jf'iU?. Official Directory Of Garrard Csanly. Circuit Jnde lieu. CVauea A. Hardin. Commoiyodlt'fa AUojiii'j IIpii. Kwuii Fur- - A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embky, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT D.-nn- Boxes For Rent. Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills are good because they are prorflptj safe Mrs. M. U, and d() not pause pain. Duniap of Leadill, Tenn says' ''Dr. Kings NewLife Pills helped her troubles Public Of Farm I Arvrfrrl Itemprlv fnrrnnsfiar ! .rM;i"ir.Tn .rii iimu fbj tWims.CoTivuLsio!i3i:rist irn Circuit 0erlf WUUara B. Ma.on. Haaftr CominUioner V. H.Biin. 'frnslea Jury Fund nenj K. liul.iuson. Offlclal Court SteuogrHker Miss Sue Shelliy Foflc 5?y a- - n SS"'' M ness andLttss iVcS3rr,& or Sleep. Sinarare of U" For Oyer and Personal Property Having decided to move, I will on beginning at 10 YOUR BUSINESS. Rm;ndcdbyrE 3obe7tT ' - (Thursday, Sep. 25th, 1913 j Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. J. L. Gill. Dr. Y. M. Elliott, Directors. m-r- :. - lxj&rJ3T2JZr&7'aJFMrU&' i B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Pjgney, Ass't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. J. J. Walker, Jr., Vice Prest. r. Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY, Capital $50,000. This-bank Surplus $40,000. States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all is supervised by the United things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. o'clock on the premise?, Hig- !fn C7..tl. tf,.t nf Paint T I aL n. A O Illliea OUUlll " cat- "A x auib uikn ui.u FEMALE COLLEGE 3 HILLERSBURG miles South East ot .Point L.eavel or the Richmond and Lran Orchard road, jailer Jafk Adinis. M1LLERSBURG, KY. in Garrard County, sell to the highest Saperylsor of Vt0d9.0iiyelJiHl llouriie. "TreasflrerS, F. Jlndsoii. bidder the following property: Home School For Girls. An Attractive A well improved small (ari of ah,o,ut MAGISTKATK3. P. Dourne lstlUt. Puuils are surrounded with an atmos 25 acres situated n a good neighbor phere of culture, wholesome fellowship hod on ree mfti" roads. Near school, Logan Isou 2nd. Dist. Harrison Ray Srd, DIstj ' and safe religious envrronmgpt. Sieyf uiimw u Jjrues Coldirou Hi,, "it. dwelling, new tobacco barn, all buildings cgmhing all modem conven- - room COVS-rBvRD UP EDUCATION. enles," Health reoord unsurpassed, necessary out buildings, good orchard and never failing water. Land Tfcill CrouKy liroa'lna. 1st. filn. Academic and College Entrance Cours- Y, D i,d lUt. McMurtr es. Music Department under skilled produce any kind of crop, 0- 3rd. D!t. Will also sell 6 flne tamily marc, J i. neulren. 4th. Dldt. artists trained in Germany, Lecture Thomas P. King. and Concert Course. Domestic Science. C.0W and oalf, eight hogs, gome farming CITY OK LANCASTER. The growing pppulftnty of the school implements, tobacco stiekB, some new Mayor H.T. Logan. la evideneed by the fact tha a number, lumber and a small crop of hay and City Judge E.W. Harris. of pupils were turned away last ses- - corn. City Attorney It. H.Tomlluson. Also my household and kitchen City CIikH. K. Herndon. sion for the lack' of room to accommo- -' ' furniture which includes several rare City Assessor John M. Mount. date them. City Trea'nrer D. A. Tboma.1. Expenses for board, tuition, etc old pieces, Chief j;llce-;- I. E. Her'rpn. lower than other schools of like grade. ' Terms liberal and made known on CQUKWLMEN. Send for catalog and engage a room day of sale. H. C. Hamilton. arier Greeory. early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. L.XDJA MREHY. W.M.Zanoue. . B.K.Walter. F.-Millersburg, Ky. R. No 2. Paint Lick, Ky. Q 8 Greeuleaf. Wm. Herndon. '. Masuu. Connty Judge A. D Kord. County Attorney J K. Itobluson. Oounty Clerk J. VT. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harr lomllnaou. Coroner J, A Jo' es. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputj SLerlH C A Itobluson. Superiutendaut of Schools UUs.Jen.ute "V"k Aisessor W. S. C.rflex. K. U. hay. Deputy Aies-o- r HaILubu Ifjuarantecd under tnotoodc 1 "iiiTi'i ni' The Centaub CojipakT, NEW YORK. Thirty Years Hm I 1 Pl.il I TMC it-Illli- Exact Copy of Vt rr1 Vrpier. llillll i CCNTAUH COMPANY. NZTf TOHH CITT. ""'"' GOD'S MEDICINES according to tba Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes cf Charlio Thu Herbalist, for tho treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCrENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded Wliite-MooCo-v-tCOH-CEL-SA- S, n, Body-Ton- ic CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Tit Ccwloy Halalut or.iciNAron RSBUlES or I3DUX diEIENHE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N D. I SCIEICI iOfE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky . j. j-a- g8 - The Central Record Friday, Sept 6, ra- m.v-''. 1 1 "" 3. Awhhmmh "!"--' r i-m -- JT1 "' FLAhVO'lM Joh:i Longworth sold a calf to Taylor EiRtrito for $25. John Bolton sold a mule to Win. Kothwell for $25. - B. C. Anderson and family visited at J II. Millers Sunday. t, John Bolton has moved from W. H. turr's place to Lancaster to work on tbc Railroad. Mr. W. B. Leo of near Nina was the guest of Miss Myrtle Counney again on Sunday last. Mrs. Pike of Louisville and her two beautiful little daughters are visiting her sister, Mrs. Albert Owens. BUGKKl'K. the Girls Id Business. HAMILTON valley. Sunday School at this place is pro grossing nicely. Mrs. R. F. Parson was the guest , of Mrs. V- - S. Parson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alice Lamb wa the guest of her sister Mrs. Daisy Carter Sunday. Miss Dora Douglas was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Owens Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lavenia Montgomery of Crab Orchard is visiting her sister Mrs. J. H. Hamilton. Miss Stella McQuearv was the guest y of her cousin Miss Lillie Beasley and Sunday. Fat-urda- The tnlth is the', the girls are getMrs Jess Hill is ill at her home here. ting the better of this boys in many Mr Robt Long was in Richmond lines of genteel e: ployment. The boys may complain of mis as they will, but Monday. he young women in the fact stands. Mrs. Jennie Broaddus has returned this, and many to .ns, after a certain from Louisville. hour, are quite as auch in evidence on Mr Roy Bvazley is viiling friends in their way to work -- a the young men; Somerset this w eek. and the man at the window can see Brown and family attended that they look trim and neat, that they Mr Lee hold up their heads as if they were the Nicholasville fair Wednesday. ready to meet the world and their emMaster J. W. Burton of Bryanlsville ployers. They have none of the aphas been visiting Mrs Robt Burton. pearance of having deprived themMrs Forest Stapp has as her guest selves of the necessary amount of sleep, or of carrying a headache along with Miss Alleen Brothers of Versailles. them. Indeed, on a frosty morning it Mr Tom Kurtz and sister of Harrods-bur- g is pleasant to see how their eyes sparkare the guestsof Mrs Hugh Kurtz. le and how their cheeks glow. They Miss Mavme Dickerson has returned are getting the better of the boys befiom Richmond where she attended cause they can be trusted to come to Institute. their work in good form. They may has returned to t not be as strong as the boys, but they Mrs Marv Dickerson her home at Richmond after a visit to take care of their strength. They don't smoke, they don't chew, they Mrs Geo Ray. I dont drink, they don't gamble, they Mr and Mrs J W Brown were the don't loaf. Society puts up arbitrary guests of Mrs Ebb Dickerson at Lan- rules for the girls, and they must abide caster Sunday. by them or lose castle. The boys are Miss Frances Miles has returned to suffered to make their own rules and Louisville after a two weeks stay with take the consequences. Many a boy thinks he can be gay and deceive every Mr and Mrs A C Miles. body, and he runs along until he loses C Miles Misses FranMr. and Mrs A his job. By that time he is apt to cis and Agnes Miles were at Nicholasthink that somebody has undermined ville for the fair there. him, and to look quite past himself in Mr and Mrs Robert Burton, Milton an attempt to locate the gailty party. Elliott and Miss Margaret Elliott and Business is all the time putting up bars Mr Forest Stapp and family motored against the gay young man. Positions to Nicholasville Wednesday. of responsibility, positions of trust, I positions requiring reliability antl regularity ore being closed against him. t- s-f- tj He may not see that he is bounced be3LVa iskt5?h . j. n. is, Jim .;' cause he isn't honest, for he may be 3SSH? able to swear with clear conscience W that he never took so much as a nickle : r&, in h J life that did not belong to him. I But lie has taken time that 3id not belong to him. He has had to be sent for. He hasn't been faithful. He has lied as to why he was late, and as to where he was last night. He has gone upon the theory that it wa3 nobody's business how he occupied his time outside business hours. Yet the growth of a bad character, if you are at all close to it, is about as obvious as the The prudent growth of a corn field. business man does not always wait un He prefers til he has a case in court. 3. Residence Phone to settle the little things with his em- Office Phone ployees before they have gone that far. Business is becoming more and more LANCASTER. KY. exacting on the point of individual character. It is looking out for integrity, and is saying that whatever the head of the house is the salary list 5 must be clean. This demand ope is a a wide door to the girls, and there is only one way in which it can be closed against them, and that is to meet the competition, and by the removal of it through consolidation. sSv a :S0se.22S3 srz'iv THREE 27 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer ii AT PUBLIC SALE To The Highest Bidder. As agents for the heirs of bidder on Your J. P. Long deceased, we will sell to the highest Some choice Southdown I 81 Pn I! Wednesday Sept 10th. J 9 sale beginning promptly at One O'clock P. M. on the premises now occupied by Ambrose Calico in Madison County, Ky. on the pike leading from Cottonburg and intersecting with the Barn Mill pike and one mile from Cottonburg, formerly the home of the deceased. These farms will be sold in three tracts. Tract No. 1. The home place, containing cbcut 10 tcies, with all necessary improvements, with good dwelling containing about twelve rooms, two good barns for tobacco or stock, well watered and in a high state of cultivation. Tract No. 2. Known as the Spamhower place and now occupied by Jem Noland, containing about 200 acres, with splendid brick dwelling in good repair, containing about ten rooms. This farm is also well watered, with two good tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings. It is situated on the Hams Mill pike and is six miles from Richmond. Tract No. 3. ajoins tract No. 2 and contains about 80 acres all first clas.bottom land in high state of cultivation, with good live room cottage and tobacco barn. This tract is all in grass. These farms are located in good neighborhood and near churches and good schools. bucks for sale. Better than I ever owned before. R. L. Elkin. Against Rk Hh hh bEH IIi k KfefFftB 1 H fl k H it T8 with ijsa b 1 00 I 13 13U national Bank Office Citizens PINE As TOBACCO AND de- r. Farmer Do You Own a Tract No. 2 and tract No. 3 will be offered separately and then as :i whole, the highest and best bid will be accepttd. These farms are to be sold to wind up the estate of J. P. Long, deceased and this will be an absolute sale. This is a good opportunity to secure a good home on liberal ttrms whlck will be made known on day of sale. The above tracts of land are as good a3 any in this section of the state, having been properly cared for for many years. Those desiring good rich farms will do well to be on hand promptly on day of sale. For any information write the undersigned, ROBERT LONG, Buckeye, Ky or J. W. ELMORE, Lancaster, Ky. Agents, For The Heirs. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer. Pure Bred Boar? HEMP FARM administrators of the estate of Mrs Mary A. Burton ceased, we will sell to the highest and best bidder on Thursday, Sept 25th, 1913 1 If not, why not?. Try one of my Durocs and watch your profits grow My spring pigs are by Sires of Grand Champions and out of sows of royal breeding Also have a few bred gilts for sale. Entire herd against cholera. Prices low, quality high. SatisCall and see faction guaranteed. 3G3-my herd. Phone w KSff ?i, OUR PLAN of selling Direct to You enables us to save you One-Thir- d To One-Ha- ll 4 ex- de- - ty B. F. Robinson, the cost you would pect to pay for such signs as ours. fj Lancaster, Ky. at her late residence, situated one miie from Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky one fine blue grass farm consisting of 86 acres fronting the turnpike and improved with good residence, two good Phoenix Hotel J. stock barns, two tenant houses. The farm is well watered, 125 acres in bluegrass, which has not been plowed in 30 years, balance in clover and timothy and is all particularly adapted to toM. SKAIN, Mgr. Only Fire Our Monuments are Exclusive They are designed by artists of ability, created by artisans of the greatest skill and executed with faithful attention to detail and delicacy of sentiment SEND NO HONEY. Examine the monuments on arrival and if not satisfactorj we do not ask you to accept them. We assume all risks of transportation and guarantee their safe arrival. Cculd anything be fairer? Our price is what the work costs delivered at your nearest depot. Proof Hotel In Central Kentucky Better Than The Best, No Higher Than The Rest. Filtered Drinking Water. KENTUCKY This is Just What we Offer. Write for our beautifully illustrated catalog of exclusive designs. bacco and hemp. This farm can be suitably divided and will be offered in three tracts. Tract No. consisting of 126 acres with home residence, stock barn and other necessary outbuildings; Tract Nos. 2 and 3 will consist of 30 acres each with tenant house on each tract. The farm will also be offered as a whole and the highest and best bid accepted. 1 Distilled. f. Consumers' Monument Company, Ball Ground, Georgia. LEXINGTON. Remington Typewriter 3 Months for $5.00 We will We will also offer at the highest and best bid tha following live stock and chattels: rent you an understroke model G, 7 or 8 Remington Typewriter for One Quarter Year at $5.00. Horses and mules, one 7 year old mare and colt, one pair 6 hand 5 year old mules, extra good ones, one 12 year old family horse, ! 9 good yearling mules, three year old mare bred to jack, 3 two year old mules well broke. 6 feeding cattle, extra good about 100 pounders, 50 yearling cattle, two cows and calves. 21 shoats and 3sows, 48 good ewes and two good bucks. 1 1 1 1 This sale will include farming implements and tools, household and kitchen furniture. Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. m. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. Mr One Month ilSliiiMlL Furthermore, we will, at the expiration of the quarter, let you apply this $5.00 on the purchase of a machine. These are the most advantageous rpntal terms we have ever made. NOW is the accepted time for YOU to ob- tain the use of a Remington Among Typewriters." "Recognized Leader $3.00. Six Months $15.00 upon Request, Complete Catalogue Visible Model No 10. E. I. M. L. & W- - B. BUHTON, Admrs. --. Remington Typewriter INCORPO RATED. Co. Dunn, Auctioneer. 134 South Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. t i The Central Record, Friday, Sept S, 191 3. Page 1 !' I I I 1 :- m WHY SHOULD YOU WORRY? ABOUT WHERE TO BUY YOUR FALL MERCHANDISE 1 I -. .i I 1 '.V I I1 i v in' I I n 'V 1 i The JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO The Home of New Creations. Style Leaders. Our Fall Stock is now complete with all the newest creations in Suits, Coats and Dresses as well as all I other Ladies Wearing apparrels. We invite an early inspection. 1 1 I I (!) "I -- We Write Anv Kind of I INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. Gossip About People vsv A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings lyThoic Wt Are Interested In. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. , Miss Sallie Burnam Woods is visiting friends in Ohio. Miss Minerva Cox is at home from b visit to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Batson left Tuesday for a stay in Chicago. HCZDC 31 iC DC APPEALS to the Understanding We aim Mrs. J. W. Beagle is in London, the guest of Mrs. Sidney Lovelace. Dr. J. A. Amon is in Bowling Green attending a Medical Association. Mr. Samuel Embry continues quite ill at his home on the Fall Lick Pike. It 7 kA 5&k MfA at both ends the Mr. R. B. friends. head and the feet. People with the wisest heads are most careful with their feet seeking for them shoes that will give easy comfort, an elegant exterior and long service. For men, women and children we carry such after a pleasant visit t Wilkerson has returned o Lebanon Elder F. M. Tinder is in Grant county where he is engaged in a series of meetings. Miss Christine Sanders is Miss Sarah Daniels has returned Mr. Joseph Rogers has returned from Canada where he spent the summer from a visit to Paris. and will be with his grandmother Mrs. Miss Anna Martin of Danville is here P. D. Gill before returning to school. visiting Miss Fay Acton. Misses Nancy and Elizabeth Robb Harry Brown is in Kirksville visiting motored over from Nicholasville in his uncles the Misses Blakeman. touring car and are the their handsome Miss Fay Acton has returned from a guests of Miss Bettie Walker Burnside. recent visit to friends in Danville. Goodwin Elkin who has been Mr. W. O. Irvine of Louisville has joined attending summer school at Culver Ir.d. stopped by on his way to Atlanta his wife here for a visit to friends. to spend a few days with Capt T. A. Miss Mamie Bastin will leave shortly Elkin. to enter the school of Art in Cincinnati. Miss Bessie Brown leaves Monday Capt. Am Bourne gave a neighborhood hay ride Saturday night, about for a.visit to Miss Sue Craig inShelby- thirty were enjoj ing the ride but Am ville. seemed the youngest and happiest Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is in Nicholas- -' among them ville visiting her mother Mrs. II. L. Miss Mildred Beazley entertained at Elder. a rook party about twenty four young Miss Annie Steele Cook of Lexington girls in honor of Miss Matsy Grimes of is the guest of Misses Mamie and Ethel Stanford. Delightful refreshments Walter. were served. Miss Lillian Cochran is at home from David L. Spoonamore a young far- a visit to her aunt Mrs. V. S. Fish of mer of Lincoln and Miss Mable Rankin Stanford. of this county were united in marriage Mrs. L. J. Sanford is in Richmond in Jeffersonville Magistrate James S. where she is recoveiing from a surgical Kegwin officiating. operation I ' tives and friends. ' Mrs. Ellen Carter of Shelby ville Ky. I YOU'LL is visiting her uncle Mr. George Smith W Sr. will V - FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, J j Try a load of our coal it may bv Mr. Raymond King of Cement, Cal. arrive this week for a visit to his better than you have had. Garrard Milling Co. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. King. Before renewing for papers or magMr. T. E. Arnold and wifeof Deland, Fla., and Mrs. A. B. Elkin of Louis- azines see me. I will give catalog ville, are the guest this week of Mrs. Prices. Mrs. Dollie Brown. 4tpd. J. S. Johnson, Sr. Dr. H. Gattiff a well known Eastern Ky. philanthropist and business man of Williamsburg was in Lancaster on business Wednesday. Miss Mary Ashby Cheek has ' For Sale. 9-- House and four lots on Creamery St 5 It N. Rogers. a Patrol of Camp Fire Girls in Dan- -' block any design or kind. Call and see. ville, an organization which correGarrard Milling Co. sponds to the Boy Scouts. Miss Edna Berkle gave an enjoyable social function at the home of Mrs. B. For Sale, Cheap. ' We are making cement Block slaL. started Pier block, chimney blocks, yard fence shoes, the finest footwear ever turned out from a factory. They are models of style, of comfort and of durability, all priced most reasonably. a W R. S. C Brown, Lancaster, Ky. 1L ir i c DC 1L ppiQX&smm iioiwre, m0mmmmmm jT 1 wKirr iiomi Haw r Hntlia I 1 vi. - BE HAPPY tl SIM 1 f 'T i I 1 a - So$ i -- ; I I I m when the food is not of the best. Try a sack of White Swan Flour and know the joy of eating fine bread, biscuits, cake etc. If all your other food is as good as that baked from Garrard and Lancaster relatives was called to her home in Kansas City by Miss Minney Gulley is at home from a the illness of her son. visit to her sister Mrs. Ollie Potts of Misses Elizabe h Collier and Mary ML Sterling. Johnston have returned from a pleasMrs. J. R. Mount has been in Mercer ant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Colcounty for a visit with her aunt Mrs. lier in Bell Jellico Ky., and Mr. and ' Martha Jones. Mrs. Charlts Collier of Fork Ridge Miss Nancy Walker leaves Wednes- Tenn. day night for Atlanta where she will Miss Mary Reid one of the Record's spend the winter. force will enter the Danville Business Misses Jennie and Sue Higgins have College next Monday. If Miss Dove returned from a stay at Lake Chau finds her as apt a pupil as did the Re tauqua New York. cord she will have every reason to be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell were in proud of the progress she makes. Richmond the past week and attended Misses Knapp and Bane West who the Mason Banquet. have been visiting their sister, Mrs. '? Mrs. E. V. Tudor of Madison has Campbell, of Va. returned to Kv last been visiting her sisters Misses Bessie week. Miss Bane is with her sister and Eunice Prather. Mrs. Jeff Dunn of Laxington, while Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford has Miss Knapp has gone to Texas where & been the recent guest of Ler mother she will teach. Mrs. Jane Robinson. Messrs W. B. Mason, J. R. Mount, Miss Virginia Goodloe of Springfield, Fred Frisbie, Joe Price and Dan Colhas been the recent guest of Mr. and lier Elkin attended the banquet at Danville, given in honor of William Mrs. W. O. Goodloe. Jennings Price, quite a number of ' Miss Matsy Grimes has returned to Lancastrians regretted their inability her home at Stanford after a visit to to accept their invitations for this Miss Mildred Beasley. , Creek the guest of her aunt Mrs. ley Burke. at Silver have been spending the summer with U:it-- l Mrs. Fred B. Kemper and son who I I ft! II g. I, Miss Fannie Francis has returned to pro- WHITE SWAN FLOUR you certainly are to be envied. sure it is White Swan. Order a sack today and be her home in Oklahoma, after a tracted stay with relatives. Mrs. W. B. Moss, of Lancaster, who Mr. and Mrs, Walton Moss and children have returned from a visit to relatives in North Carolina. i Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills 1 1 .35 ) Miss Caroline Allen of LaGrange'has returned home after a delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount. C. ii! The Point Is Just This Is it better to skimp on your lumber now and spend liberally forever after or is it better tq get the right ' jH TjfjJL j yf" f J i mmmkzzg. ? I kind of lumber at the start and make the first cost of your building the only one for years If you are as sen your next lumber slble as we think you are we'll sell you needed. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg .mi Go. i HMMJMMM1J 5 One of the lovely affairs arranged in honor of Mr. William Jennings Price Mrs, .Richard McGrath and son, before his departure for Panama was Price McGrath of Sharpsburg have the reception given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Robert Harding at her been visiting Mrs. Clayton Arnold. beautiful and hospitable home on Main Messers W. fi. Burton, J. Y. Robin-sostreeL The house was tastily decorat-e- d Carlton Elkin, and Will Denny in yellow and white, class colors took in the London Fair last week. when Mr. Price graduated. The rooms Mrs. Mattie Frisbie attended the were artistic in green vines and baskets banquet at Danville given in honor of of yellow and white flowers, bowed with white tulle, and vases of the same her nephew William Jennings Price. effectively used in Mrs. May Sanford of Covington, lovely flowers were dining table was will be with Mrs. Ada Kinnaird this ' the dining room. The lqid with handsome lace over yellow trjm-mjn- g season and take charge of her satin and in the center was a large room. mound of yellow flowers, and hanging Miss Ann Reid entertained at a from the chandalier was a gold basket Wednesday afternoon filled with yellow flowers tied with Rook Party from four to six, at the home of Mrs, white tulle extending to four corners. J. E. Robinson. Daintv confections in yellow and white Mrs. T, M. Wilson has returned to were scattered on the table. The ices her home in Bowling Green after a and cakes also carried out the yellow Frappe was served months visit to his parents Mr. and and white colors. throughout the afternoon. Mrs. GranMrs. J. R. Mount. ville Cecil pfesiding at the table which Miss Pearl Bettis has returned from was decorated with the same yellow a visit with her sister Mrs. Jesse Arflowers. Mr. William C. Price, Mr. Bards-tow- n nold of Frankfort and friends in William Jennings Price and Mrs. Hardand Lexington. Mrs. Harding received the guests. Reverend J. W. Beagle and Mr. J. ing was charmingly gowned in , gray F. Holtzclaw were in attendance at satin and marquisette. The hours were the Baptist Tate Creek Association very charming and all enjoyed them thoroughly.' Danville Messenger. which met in Kingston, n, Mrs. D. C. Sanders and little 'son D. Jr. have been in Madison for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Oatley Burke. arrived last week to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Margaret Howard, is the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. P. Brashear. Mrs. Moss will be the guest next week of her aged mother, Mrs. Catherine Colson, and her brother, attorney W. G. Colson, at the Colson farm in Lee county. Mrs. Moss is accompanied by her son, Mr. John Moss. Middlesboro News. W. T. West. Mrs. Theodore Currey and guest---. Do You Want A larm? Miss Francis Fleetwood of Georgia and Mr?. J. C. Hemphill of Louisville were If so write or see W. T. Kwing participants in a joy ride on Tuesday Harrixlsburg. Ky. Splendid farms rune; Miss Kathleen Walter is visiting her ing from $.".0 to $100 an acre. tf cousin, Miss Dede Maud Robon, in Mrs. E. L. Owsley and Miss Mary Louisville. found. ' Owsley are at home from a visit to Miss Annie Margaret Elkin is visit- Mr. Letcher Owsley in Chicago and A nice umbiella was left in one of ing her cousin.MissDf Ide MaudRobson, Mrs. George Denny and daughters of my buggies, which the owner can get of Louisville. by proving same and paying for this Lexington. notice. J. T. Rane. Mrs. Ethel West Darnold is at home Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained ata after a protracted visit to Mrs. Darnold Strayed. handsome party Tuesday afternoon for of Taylorsvilie. Miss Annie Reid. Inviting refreshStrayed from 'my place about the Mrs. Maurice Ashley and little ments were served the vcunthful middle of June a bay mare, brand, bar daughter of Richmond are with Lan- assemblage. T. on left hip about 8 years old, will caster relatives. 5.00 reward for information Mrs. J. Bradford Jennings and little give Miss Lillie Dale Grant left Tuesday ' son Clay have returned to their home leading to her recovery. for a visit of two weeks with relatives in Tulsa Oklahoma after spending the John Sinkhorn. Mitchelburg, Ky. in Norfolk, Va. summer with Mrs. Jenning's father' Farm For Sale. Mr. Chas. K. Dunn returned Wednes Captain J. A. Doty. day night from Dayton O. where he Two Hundred acre blue grass farm Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, Miss Francis has been working. Fleetwood, Mrs Sam Cotton, Mrs.Theo for saie in high state of cultivation. Miss Katie May Dickerson of Rich- Curry and Mr. J. C. Hemphill Jr. were Well improved with plenty of good mond is the guest of Misses Minnie guest at the Graham Springs Hotel at water. Prices right and terms ea3y. A bargain if purchased at once. Call and Bessie Brown. Harrodsburg, Wednesday. on or address. S. W. Hager. BryantsMiss Elizabeth Ford will leave next Mrs. Robert Shearer gave a partv ville, Ky. week for Lexington where she will on Saturday the 30th. The occasion For Sale. enter Sayre Institute. wa3 to celebrate the 11th, birthday of Mesdames Alex West and James A. her son Wm. Bradley Long and RusOne larm containing 110 acres locatDudderarare in Nicholasville the guests sell Sanford, it being the birthday of ed on the Danville pike three and one of Mrs C. F. Denman. half miles from Nicholasville, Ky. with the two lads twenty guests attended. good buildings of all kinds. Forlurther Miss Bertha Burnsides left Saturday Walker Burnsides information address Mrs. E. E. Miss Bettie for Mount Vernon, Ohio where she will entertained informally Wednesday Sanduskv, 729 S. Floyd St. Louisville. visit Miss Helen Bainter. j afternoon at a small reception in honor Ky. of Misses Nancy and Elizabeth Robb . uua. v. . w .9 a. ' Small Blue Grass Farm For Sale Miss Walkir also burg have been recent guests of their of Nicholasville. entertained at cards 'I hursday evening cousin Mrs. Luther Herron. Will sell my farm located seven miles complimentary to these popular young Alex Francis of Rolling Fork Miss- - ' from Lancaster on Richmond pike, two ladies. miles from Paint Lick Church. High issippi was called here by the death of his mother Mrs. Edna Francis. CapL Am Bourne and Mrs. Bourne state of cultivation. All necessary out buildings. J. F. Higgins, Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes were gave one of those bounteous dinners notKy. in Cincinnati for a meeting of the for which their hospitable home is ed, the visitors from a distance being Retail Druggist's Association. Farm For Sale. Mrs. Bertha Rogers and daughter. Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts sailed Miss Helen. Mrs. Margaret Masten and Having traded with J. P. Doty for a last Thursday from Liverpool and will Mr. Emmet Bourne of Coatesville Ind, nice little farm containing 24 acres I land at Montreal Canada this week. as well as quite a circle of guests from wish to sell it, good land on Rural Route 200 yards from Stony Point Belle Scott is in Nicholasville this immediate section. Mrs. School, best of water, good orchard, where she was called by the illness and very good five room house and out death of her sister, Mrs. Crutchfield. Safest Laxative For Women. buildings, good shade in yard. Can Russell Brown of Stanford has ac Nearly every woman needs a good pay for this place in two years raising cepted a good position as laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills tobacco, easy terms. Call and see me. for the Garrard Bank and Trust are good because they are prompt, safe H. C. Hamilton. Mrs. M. C and do not cause pain. Farm For Sal. Mrs Luther Herron and children have Dunlap of Leadill. Tenn says: "Dr. returned home from Bryantsville after Kings New Life Pills helped her troubles My farm of 77 acres, situated on the a pleasent visit with Mrs. Darnce greatly". Get a box today. Price 25c Lancaster and Richmond pike U mi'ts Recommended by R E McRoberts. Ballard. from Graded School 1 mile from Public School. Within 2 miles of 4 churche. Burdette and Miss Sarah Elizabeth Public Sale. Ramsey of Stanford are guests of their All in grass, but 15 acres. Good cousins Joe Cabell and Miss Lucile improvements, splendid orchard a As administrator of the estate of bargain if sold in the next SO day?. Ramsey. George Grow (deceased) I will on Burdett Ramsey. Mr. Charles McRoberts of Lagrange SATURDAY, SEPT. 6 Paint Lick, Ky. Route 2. has been here for a visit to his" sister Mrs. J. R. Mount and brother R. E. at one o'clock P. M. on the premises For Sale. of home place at Hackley Ky, sell at McRoberts. public outcry, the personal property One of the best farms in Garrard Mrs. S. H. Haselden and sons spent belonging to Geo Grow estate. Con- Co containing 101 acres, located on fair week in Nicholasville with Mrs. sisting of house-hol- d and kitchen furni good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick parents Mr. and Mrs Haselden's ture, 1 Buick automobile, wagons, bug- Robinson. All in fine state of cultivaPowell Duncan. gy, harness and farming implements, tion. Well watered and splendid imjiay Druauuua near hogs, chickens etc. Air anu mrs. provements, 10 acre tobacco barn, alBryantsville'held a family reunion in W. F. Champ, admr. most new. Good neighborhood. This which they servrd a moat elegant din Geo. Grow estate,. farm is part of the Henry Tomlinson ner IU OV KUC9L3. Mrs. Grow will also offer for sale at farm and should be seen to be appreciMiss Nannie B. Herring returned same place, 1 pair mules, 1 bay horse. ated. Apply to W. C. Rose, Marcellus Ky, Tuesday from Harrodsburg after a 2 cows, 1 calf etc. Phone 383-- J or A. most delightful months stay with rela- - A. M. 'Bourne, Auctioneer. ' I F. Walter members of the junior set. My farm containing220 acres will se. ' altogether or in lots from 2o to ,"i the invitations including the acres to suit purchaser. ..... book-keep- er j ij -. rage 8 -l The Central Record, Friday, Sept 5, 1913. U11M1 ,1, ..! T CONTENT. Continued from Page 1. opy of the Central Record containing our picture. POLL A FEW VOTES. Vote for Your "FAVORITE" &8 2 K CO CO 2; Harrison Fisher Book during lost:-the Womans Fair. Finder return to Mrs. Pat Anders n. A GOOD ROAD MAXIMS. FOB AIUIII KENT:-Far-- n t UUllcaslCf t. SALE:-Fif . of . 125 lUC u n...i UUtiejre acres 3 miles :i. pint?. I A. W. Kavanaugh. FOR v thousand tobacco It is a good idea to poll a few votes iiom time to time to let your friends Know sticks. Hamilt i Bros. Or Hamilton. Lanca ter, Ky. FOR SALE:-One J. V. that you are working and want to win a prize. Just get in the lead and stay there for a day or two if pos- siDie, even u vou nave to draw on your reserves. Hundreds of people have no personal friends in the contest and when they pay their subscriptions, they generally cast their votes for the leading candidate in their neighborhood. Thus it may clearly be seen that the leaders catch quite a scattering vote. A re serve vote is a good thing to have but the leadership is also a worthy Until further notice, will be allowed to poll bull. yearling short horn Same can be seen at the farm on Z. T. Rice. Buckeye pike. Lost: Yearling Jersey heifer, strav- ed from my place about Aug, 15th. Mrs. N. J. Lawrence, R. F. D. 2 j to w u u J2 w CM Maintsnanee, maintenance and maintenance. Your road will go to pieces without it. If the estimate is too low, then don't bid on the job. Keep away and save your money. The improvement of. a road enlarges the opportunity of those engaged in any kind of business contiguous to it, Better roads should be the slogan in every community. Get busy with your legislature for better road laws. Every state should have a well organized road association. ROAD Get a Handsome Pony and Outfit ooo uU g E- -i ! CO o o o o For Sale:-- good air tight heater, good as new and will sell it cheap. R. E. Henry, Lancaster Ky. Mr. Alex R Denny shipped a carload MAINTENANCE. In Their Keep the Improved Roads Present Condition. ' OO W U ti u Q. ISO contestants a sufficient i SIS of fat cattle to the Cincinnati market blink Juunua aim Uiuuild $7.90 a hundred. iw number of votes to make their standing 20,000 in advance of the leader of the preceding issue. If there is any mistake in the count of any contestant's vote up to the present date, it must be called to the attention of the contest manager before next Wednesday night. Otherwise, the count as published today, must be taken as correct. o2g "COO ti H I3U J 4h OO CJ Lost, a black and white spotted shoat weighs about 60 or SO lb3, left ear split right ear cut off at end. Reward if returned to T. W. Conn, R R 1, .Lancaster Ky. Am Bourne who cried the sale of Eliza A. Hurt at Lowell on last Satur- - j rlov rannrtnil a htrr frrtwl ond tvnmi ' prices. 1 cow sold for $33 and household and kitchen furniture sold well. 80 O o 2 u CO o District No. 1 " ' LANCASTER. Miss Issiebell San ford " Lillie Mae Jones Jennie Cox . " " " " " " " " " " Rolli Carrier Christine Sanders Chriotine Pollitt Mamie Lee Marsee Ida May McQuerry Nettie Farmer Bessie Austin Delia Rice Hughes Rice Terril Joe Cabell Ramsey Dean Zanone Bert Embry District No. 2 LANCASTER, P. O. Miss " Judith James Daniel Margaret L. Herring MARCELLUS, KY. Miss Cecil Bowling Mabel RanKin " " Wade Lee Park Myrtle Campbell MARKSBURY, KY. Miss Annie Blanks " Beulah Sutton .BRYANTSVILLE. KY. Miss Mary Ellen Farlee Flossie Mae Teater " Christine Swope BOURNE, KY. Mis3 Ollie Crawford " " " " " Bettie Scott Nannie Hunter Burnie Pierce- Eulalah Montgomery Amy Montgomery HYATTSVILLE. KY. Miss Ruth Arnold ' Lena Schooler " Etta Smith '.V Loretta Taylor " Lyda Crecillius Mr Lucien Johnson " Charley Sanders BEUNA VISTA, KY. Miss Lelia Barnett " Leila Ruble " Flora Ruble Ruth Lane " Lena Jennings " Alyce Mabel Scott Hazel Ogg " UralBlakeman . " Artie Johnson " Nettie Ison Margaret Askins -- - 3,500 152,100 ' 89,200 COY, KY. 33.400 2,400 Miss Peachie Mae Sanders 18,500 1,700 Squire Whittaker Two Real Bargains. 58,700 1,000 Lucien Clouse 92,400 I offer for sale my residence just 1,000 Willie Miles Ray 86.100 30,400 out side of the city limits and my farm 25,000 Mrst Mary Clouse of 104 acres eight miles from town. 100,200 Good house, 2 tobacco barns and all LANCASTER, KY. R. R. 3. 46,500 1,000 out buildings. Land in good state of Miss Maggie Hicks 137,200 2,500 cultivation, for further information " Jewel Ray 98,800 1,000 call on or address. " Every Carter 91,700 Givens Terrill 7,500 " Lillian Brodus 15,800 Lancaster, Ky. 1.000 " Alice Ray 1,000 " Lelia Teater 4,100 " Eveline Walker 1,000 MVE STOCK J1ARKET. " Myrtle Hurt 137,800 1,000 " PettieLong CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARD8. 124,000 Sep 3 Hogs Cattle Sheep .HACKLEY, KY. 15 CATTLE: Shippers $728 85 7 767 48,400 Batcher steers extra Miss Edna Burnett Grow 7,500 Good to choice G507 85 2,400 SPAINEY, KY. 4 TSrt 25 Common to fair 75,200 7 00(9.7 70,400 Heifrs, extra ' 1,800 Miss Ina Scott Good to choice 2."b K0 ' Cleo Morgan 1,000 Common to fair 4oG15 1,000 Cows, extra " Allie Coldiron 6 23 6.V) 5 50 0 15 1,000 Good to choice " Lei Coldiron 90,600 Common to fair 9 005 So 102,400 FLATWOOD, KY. 2 754 00 Canners 7,800 Bulls balognas Miss Myrtle Carnney 550ei5 600O63S 1,900 Fat bulls " Bettie Miller 1,900 CALVES: extra 1150 17.800 Falrtogood 11 8 50 No. 1,400 Common and large 4 50 10 HOGS : good packers and butchers H 70& 8 SO STANFORD, KY. Mixtd packers . 8 S 3 70 38,800 Stags 1,500 Miss Sarah Hundley 4uu6.'0 75,00 Common to choice heavy fat sows. 4 50 7 50 " Sallie Farmer 33.700 Light shippers ti loft; 9 15 " Virgie Rathwell 34,500 Pigs, (110 lbs tnd less) 1,800 .. . r,SO20 " Jean R. Paxton 9,300 7,500 SHEEP: extra 4 lXg 4 2" 3 754 10 1,100 Good to choice 4,900 i," Alva Holtzclaw 2 2V&3 K5 4,200 Common to fair 1,000 David Goodnight LAMCS. extra 7 75 Good tocbolce tt 7 7u HUBBLE, KY. Common to lair SoOgG 50 " Ina Roberts 45,900 5,300 3,900 Mr Jess Weaver 7,500 UNION. 1,400 HEDGEVILL, KY. 7,500 8,800 3,100 Miss Flora McBeth ' Lucy Spoonamore Prof. F. 0. Clark and wife of Berea 1,900 1,000 visited here Sunday. 33.500 CRAB ORCHARD. KY, Corbin Manuel bought two hogs of " Ida Lee Campbell 33,600 " Udora Douglas 3,900 Solon Black for $23.50 45,900 1,800 Jessie Baird of Berea has been visit1,800 " Bertha Flannery 1,000 ing his father Rev. A. C. Baird. " Susan Butt 1.000 1,500 50,800 " Tom Bronaugh Miss Tillie Green of Cartersville, 31.500 2.800 ' Ison McClure visited her parents here last week. 7,100 41,400 " Shelby Newland Miss S. E. and Mr. E. G. Hammack 7,500 GILBERTS CREEK. visited relatives in Hamilton Valley .53.900 37,900 Sunday. Miss Mary Eliza Holtzclaw 1.000 1,000 Mr. R. E. Murphey who has been BRADSHAW MILLS. 1,700 traveling in Alabama and Georgia is 32,500 Miss Minnie Bogie '." Brovn Pearl Teater Lucinda Carter Jessie Ray Minnie 1,000 7,800 2.100 5,400 Mr. George Sutton has purchased the acre farm of Mr. G. A. Morgan which joins him on the Fall Lick pike, about eight miles from town. This is considered a good piece of property and well worth the price of $75 an acre, which it brought. The present year promises to be the greatest In the history of the move ment for the Improvement of the public roads of the United States, accord ing to the reports received from all parts of the country. A joint committee of congress Is engaged In nn Investigation of the feasibility of federal aid ill the construction. Improvement and maintenance or public highways, and a number of the state legislatures now In session are considering good road leg islatlnn. In connection with the general Impetus that the. good road movement has recently had hi all parts of the country, the director of the ofllce of public roads says: "Too much stress cannot be laid upon the Importance of maintenance In connection with the work of Improving the roads. The people in nearly all the states are tilled with euthuslasm for road Improvement and are spending enormous sums of money In the construction of superb roads, and yet almost without exception they are making little provision to care for the roads after they are built. This is true not only in the various counties, but under many of our state highway de part men ts. "To malntnln the roads In good condition year after year requires a con siderable annual outlay, but this outlay s infinitely less than the loss which must fall upon the people eventually If they allow their roads to go to utter ruin. The thing for all advocates of good roads to do Is to urge continuous, systematic maintenance and the setting aside every year of an amount per mile estimated by the engineer In charge to be sufficient for the proper maintenance of the road a course which must make for economy and HBwraiwM ii i I'i'im ii nn mimsEmmsi Don't envy the other person who is driving around his handsome pony and outfit. You can be in the same position yourself if you are willing to use a little of your spare time. CENTRAL R Is Giving Away Absolutely Free This Handsome Pony and Outfit Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. BPiqaPf S. Archer's Com. S. et al. VS. Plaintiffs, HfiSHillll Harness and Cart Purchased from District 3 the June Term 1913, the undersigned commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door m Lancaster, Ky at 11 o'clock a. m. or there abouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd. 1913 it being the first day of the Garrard County Coutt term, the real estatp mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows Said land is in Garrard county on what is known as the Gooch pike aout two miles from Point Leavel and described thus: Defendants. Archer's et al. Pnrsuaut to a judgment rendered at W. J. Romans Lancaster, Ky. mmkmt. Tract No. 1. CAMP NELSON. KY. here on business. Miss Nora Kaufman " Cora Moore "" Maltha Knight 39,400 1,000 25,000 1,000 Emma Lane 7,500 Dovie Watts 1,000 Lillian Burton 1,000 " Maggie Montgomery ripaco below this beading la for Cbe exclu-iv21,000 " Frances Sherrow use of onr farmer subscribers, and is' for 1,000 (he sale of stock, grain and such things on " Emma Scott 1.700 farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverJennie Ison. tise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two issue of the POINT LEAVEL LANCASTER R. R. I. ecobd, free of charge 1,000 Miss Bell Smith 10,200 Annie Dollins Ashbv Arnold has 500 bushels of 1,000 good seed rye for sale. " Lizzie Hurt 1,900 " Lucille Lackey R L Elkin has some fine Southdown " Brunette Arnold 152,100 farmer's column! The revival conducted at Fairview church by Rev. Watson of Lexington, closed Sunday night. Mr. L. L. Dunn who has been in the Phillippines for fifteen years writes to his mother from Wordsworth Nev. on his way home. "' e 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 " PAINT LICK, KY. bucks for sale. 2,000 1,900 Lost Duroc boar, weight about 200 35,300 Sam Cotton. 25,000 pounds. 90,700 G. A. Morgan sold a nice harness 1,500 Lorse to James Robinson for $147.50. 1100 Miss Louise Rice " Christine Metcalf LoulaMcWhorter Nellie Beazley Mrs Magg Plummer Mr. Gilbert Mosely Miss Mariam Ledford Fannie Noe. R. R. George McKinney Miss For Sale, 10,000 tabacco sticks. Denny Bros. ' ' Jessie Parks 1. 1,400 1,900 1,200 W. B. Burton purchased 6 mare mules at the Richmond court averaging $190. W. B. Burton bought of Mr. Sniriiaiuma ttttb Watts Amtnmtrottettte jaJpuifc be MCCREARY. KY. of Buckeye a team of mare mules for 91,900 $325. 103,000 1,000 1,400 32,500 1.800 82.900 150,700 7,500 9,200 Wm Royston sold 6 yearling mules to Phil Arbuckle of Madison for $125. each. Miss Lillie Mae Sutton MANSE PAINT LICK, R. R. NO. 2. luujratefc Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. MnJjraOsborn Willie Calico ' Stella McWhorter Myrtle Coliron Parry Clark Minnie Hurt 4 Florida Boain Mr Otis Gooch " Jofen Green --BUCKEYE " For Sale:-2- 4 acre farm with good cottage, a bargain. S. H. Estis Phone 158. LOST:-the Womans Fair a black Finder return to this velvet sash. office and receive reward. at THE KY. " PMiisiiiTnllrjMamie-Wilson - Stapp IlaHill Lost a week ago three shoats 3.900 two dark red ones and one light red, 32,000 weight about 851bs each. P. L. Tussey, Hackley Ky. 1,000 Central Record. (South end) Beginning at a point 8J feet N Hi W from an oak pointer, said point a corner to George Leavell, thence with said Leavel S. 11 E. 20.75 chains to a point 8 feet west of a young sugar tree, corner to Mrs. Rout, and John Newland and W. H. Furr; thence with Furr S 65i W 3.20 chains to a stone, corner to same and W. S. Walker; with Walker N 58J W 9.04 chains to the corner post of a wire fence, corner to same'and Smith Burnside and Ed and Sim Kennedy: with last named N 6 E 3.57 chains: N 17 E 3.34 chains to a stone; N 632 W 4.47 chains to a stone; S 33i W 5.71 chains to a stone in origi nal line and corner to said Kennedys and in line to Owen Gillispie; then with Giilispie N 541 W 0.58 chain to a forked mulberry; N 27J W passing corner to Gillispie and Taylor Hignite at 9.37 chains, in all 33.64 chains to a stake in Hignite's line and a new corner to Tract No. 2; thence division line to No, 2 N 58 E 11.79 chains to a point in middle of turnpike, corner to same; therce with middle of pike S 461 E 8.68 chains to a point 6 feet N E of S W edge of metal; S 62J E 26.90 chains to a point 24 feet east of middle of pike and at east edge of dirt road, corner to Hignite and in line to W S Walker; thence with Walker along east side of turn pike S 36i E 1.68 chains to a point 8 feet east of middle of pike in line to Walker and corner to Geo. Leavell; thence leaving pike and with Leavell S 74J W 13.25 chains to the beginning containing 76.86 acres. Tract No. 2. (North End) Beginning at a stake in line to Taylor Hignite and a new corner to Tract No. 1 thence with Hignite N 27i W 15.95 chains to a point, corner to Hignite; N 36J E 6.16 chains to a point in the middle of turn pike, corner to said Hignite; thence with middle of pike S 61$ E 10.58 chains to a point 2 feet east of middle; S 29 E 8.43 chains'; S 46$ E 0.57 chain to a point in middle of middle of pike and corner to Tract No. 1; thence leaving pike and with line of No. 1 S 68 W U.7S chains to the beginning containing 17.-5- acres. The Durpose of this sale is to pay the debts of S. Archer and the residue of any of the proceeds to pay to S. Archers committee. TERMS. The land will be first offered in two tracts and then as a whole and the bids thought most beneficial to the estate will be accepted. The sale will be made on a credit of six months, and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond or bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Attorney for Plffs. ami iae . " .. :?&.. .ea-- 'r;"; s ,- 'J j&gj TWELVE DISTRICT PRIZES Purchased from MORROW & McROBERTS Lancaster, Ky. NOMINATION BLANK Fill out as Use this blank for making nominations. directed and bring or send to the CONTEST MANAGER. CENTRAL.RECORD, LANCASTER, KY. i i GOOD FOR lOOO VOTES I Nominate. P.0 . District I As a candidate in the Record's Pony and Prize Subscription Campaign. Please send printed matter and full instructions. (One nomination blank allowed to each name.) My name is . P. 0.. ENTER YOUR NAME AT ONCE Address all nominations and communications to THE CONTEST MANAGER Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. w . 4 1"