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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 10, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913101001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 10, 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 RELlQWh, UN2ARNI3HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVEl N31EN2. TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913. K NUMBER 27. swKWKHratt It is now about time to look around for a New We move e BIG DAY There was food a plenty and then some for the enormous crowd. Battle of Ballots Now Matter of History. I kkkkkkkaHikkkkkkkkRfEi STOVE. The Central Record's Big Prize Contest closed last Saturday afternoon after one of the hardest fought in the history of oting ballots in this part of the state. It was the most successful contest ever put on by the Record and resulted in a most substantial The merchants almost to a man increase in its circulation. The rivahy of the contest was ansatisfaction at the result of Sat imated and until the judges had made their final count, it was urdays "Big Day". impossible to predict to whom victory would fall. The Moose band can make good music and came in for many compli- ments. and the crowd was orderly and quiet and everyone seemed to enjoy the day. Joe Cabell Ramsey who won the Record pony is bedding the little fellow on a mattress. That is sure taking care of him right. The square presented a "breaking unhousekeep" Sunday morning, but No liquor in evidence Saturday that The Fall Celebration an annual af on October 4th fair. IRON 0!R IT IS iTESL We have just gotten in a full line of new j it has been cleaned again and all will aid in keeping it so. we hope s Cooking1 Stoves rne crowa was variously estimates from two to four thousand. It is hard ! to judge, but our judgment would be that there were about 2500 people here last Saturday. The deplorable accident of last Sat- Jurday which cost little Gilbeat East his life, had absolutely no connection with J the celebration being held in Lancaster on that day. although it threw a damper over the spirits of many who were present. Lancaster merchants while they reaped a liberal reward from the display of last Saturday, will yet feel the effects of it in the future, they succeeded in demonstrating to the people of the county that they had the goods and it was not necessary to go away from home to obtain what they needed, that it was right here for them and at prices more reasonable than in adjoining towns or from mail order houses. and Heaters. and look them over before you buy as we think it will save you money. We sell the famous Avery Farming Tools and the Owensboro Wagon. we, me unaersignea, nameu 10 act as juages ana make the final count in the Central Record's Big Prize Contest, wre present and took charge ot the n, ana immediately proceeded to count Dauoc dox ai z p. m. oaiuruuy, uci. the votes. The counting was completed at a late hour Saturday afternoon and the result made known to the management of the contest. The figures given below are the result of our count. R. T. Embry, W. F. Champ, J. W. Elmore, Judges of the Record Contest. Winner The Capital Prize, a pony and outfit Mr. Joe Cabbell Ramsey, 7,298,800 votes Winners of the District Prizes. District No. i. First Prize A diamond ring. Lillie May Jones 1,942,900 votes Second Prize An Elgin Watch. Miss Delia Rice Hughes. 1.485,400 " Third Prize A Ruby Ring, Christine Pollitt 1,280,600 " Fourth Prize A Cut Glass Fruit Bowl, Mayme Lee Marsee 807.400 District No. 2. First Prize A Diamond Ring, Miss Lillie May Sutton 3,101,200 Second Prize A Diamond Ring, Judith James Daniels 2,899,100 Third Prize An Elgin Watch, Christine Prewitt, 1,856,900 Fourth PrizeAn Elgin Watch, Ina Scott 1.275.300 Fifth Prize A Ruby Ring, Anna Blanks, 1.103.200 Sixth Prize A Ruby Ring, Ruth Lane, 1.019,100 Seventh Prize A Cut Glass Fruit Bowl, Bulah Sutton 748,800 Eighth Prize A Cut Glass Fruit Bowl, Nellie Beazley 648,800 Tobacco is about all housed and the Baptist Ladies Aid will have an exchange at W. B. Ball's store eveiy lownci is uutiiy engagtu m sowing wneat ana cutting corn. Saturday. Everything good to eat. HARDWARE IF YOU WANT HARDWARE WE SELL IT. TEN FLOORS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL So come to our store 1 1 SM W &S3 SSI &&r EJ 135 N BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks & s33C33f2:&3Xm$2 i ism iM UUU wv H H worth of premiums given away absolutely December 24th. Come in and let us tell you how to secure them. FREE Quality High, prices low. Complete Line of New Fall Goods H T. LOGAN $ A Garrard's Next Sheriff. Most of the merchants are so well pleased with Fall Fashion Day, they Mr. Curt A. Robinson, of Garrard want to make it permanent and have county, was in town yesterday. Mr. l. such days Robinson was nominated, at the rtcent primary, for sheriff of Garrard, and Cant. Am Bourne who cried the his popularity will be attested at the Kuhlman sale at Lowell Tuesday, regood crowd and house furni- coming election by his receiving the ported a largest majority ever given a candi Stop neglecting to return borrowed ture sold well. 1 mare for 161., Store date in that county. Messenger. books. Stop indulging in more than house and lot $1,000, about $500, worth 100 pounds of Fixtures to the of goods at 60 per cent. AWordOfJustFraise, square inch. Step supposing that the $130. , barn and lot $385., coal scales Now that the contest is over and the world could not get on well without $25. Am sells for the high dollar and you. Stop looking at the dark side of always gets it. prizes nave been awarded we feel that life. Stop furnishing yourfriends with it would be but an act of justice to sav a word of praise for the gentlemen who Late But Plucky. the minute particulars of your bodily Stop taking pessimistic ailments. Little Miss Christine Prewitt, the conaucteait. 'Ihe contest was under views of men, things and the theory of the control and supervision of the W. seven year old daughter of Mr. Alex O. the universe. Stop working too hard. Prewitt of Hackley, who won one of mr.Potts Contest Co. of Detroit Mich Stop working not hard enough. Stop runs spending consideraole time the Record's prizes in the recent conhere and assisting in the conduct of the writing to famous people for their certainly deserves a great measStop procrastinating. test, autographs. Mr. tfrad W. Chaflin of plucky fight she contest. Stop sending to newspapers "Some- ure of credit for the Louisa Ky., was in active control and made. Christine only entered the con- was nere thing I've just dashed otF and haven't aunng the test three weeks before its close, but the contest was in entire time that stopped to correct." progress, and we during the short time she was in she desire to say, and we believe that all certainly made it interesting for those oi our people who had the pleasure of in the lists against her, and had she meeting with them will concur with us, had just a little earlier start she would mat these were two as high minded have been a strong contender for the gentlemen as ever visited Lancaster. pony and cart. If all of her endeavors They were without bias or prejudice as in the future are marked with the same between candidates, were uniformily energy and success as was this, her courteous and polite to all with whom first battle, she is certainly of a suc- they came in contact and succeeded in cessful career. She surely has the impressing upon the minds of everyone congratulations and well wishes of the interested the fact that the contest was Record. to be conducted absolutely fair and utian high planes and that ever contestant should have every vote that was cast Miss Mary Margaret Rankin and for them. Mr. Chaflin became a Mr William Rousseau i rere married Benedict during his stay in Lancaster ' at the home of the brides parents on and his newly wedded wife joined him the old Danville Pike at 3 o'clock on shortly after his arrival here and both Wednesday afternoon, and left im- - of them made many friends while here mediately following the ceremony for who regret sincerely their departure . Danville, where they boarded the train We may never conduct another affair for their bridal journey, which will in- - of this kind, but if we should ever con clude a visit to relatives in Tuscola lempiaie sucn a thing again, we most III., a short stay in Kansas City and assuredly if possible would secure the other Western cities, the end of the r services of these twoelegant gentlemen journey being their future home in to manage it. Ariz. The wedding was a , Phoenix quiet one, only the immediate relatives Board Of Councilmen With L, G. David- of the contracting parties and a few son For Mayor. close friends being present; the cereCity politics has been interesting talk mony was performed by Rev. S. H. Pollitt of the Methodist church, in his for several days in Lancaster. This is Imost impressive style. The bride so every two years. A Mayor is electwore a handsome blue tailor made ed every four years and a Board of gown, while the groom was arrayed in Council every two years. There are persons and interests who the conventional black. I bride is the eldest daughter of always want a Board to serve their The ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rankin, and is purposes, and it is not always easy to one of the most popular girls who ever get a Mayor and entire Board who can left Lancaster. She was graduated be depended upon to guard the peoples from the Lancaster High School, interests above the designing influences where she was popular alike with at all times, and at the same time see teachers and schoolmates, after which that we have peace and order in the she matriculated at Madison Female city. The following gentlemen we beInstitute at Richmond, graduating lieve will serve the interest of the pub mey would not we from that establishment last year. lic ii eieciea. Her many accomplishments, lovable feel sure that it would be impossible disposition and great popularity com- to get a set of men in this city that bined to make of her a helpmate of would do so. Petitions are being cir whom any man might feel justly proud, culated to get printed upon the ballots and Mr. Rousseau is indeed to be con- at the November election the following gratulated upon the winning of such a who are candidates at the instance of the people, L. G. Davidson for Mayor, bride. The groom is a prosperous young for Councilmen, J. A. Amon, J. P. ranchman of Phoenix Ariz. He is the Gregory" O. G. Goodloe, W. M. Zanone, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rousseau, H. C. Hamilton and J. T. Raney. L. U. Davidson is one of the most formerly of Somerset Kv., and is a great nephew of Gen. Rousseau, the popular and successful business men of noted Federal General of Civil war the city and will make an ideal Mayor. The Board associated with him are all fame. Mr. Rousseau, though comparative- sober, industrious, successful and act They ly a young man. has succeeded in win- ive business men of the city. ning his way in a very substantial are pledged to no interest and are per manner in the far western home of fectly free to look after the interest of his adoption, and he certainly exhibit- the city without the dictation of any ed grsat wisdom in returning to the one from the outside. It is reported lard of his birth to secure a life part- that there is an effort made to get anner to share his fortunes through life. other Board but we feel that the above The congratulations of a host of well gentlemen will satisfy the people of wishes and friends all over this section the city and that no other persons will of Kentucky will follow Mr. and Mrs. desire to bring on a fight, unless some Rousseau to their distant home, in designing persons have something to pat over on the people. whice the Record heartily joins. semi-annuaself-conte- nt M ike our store your Headquarters. lX t.U' Vl ri , v-sg- y Iff M r---i nfr m fini U II r I H Rankin-Rousse- au. If it is a Range or Cooking or Heating stove you want get my prices, I will save you money. w. Cf Romans. - ! L. G. Davidson is on a fishing trip and Alex Doty Jr. is over run with work. They promise an interesting advertising in this space next week. Watch for it. l-e- tgt? STBP 1 This Two Horse Studebaker Wagon and Three other Premiums Given away FREE at my store Saturday, Dec 20, 1913 Studebaker Wagon. 2nd PRIZE One box containing 00 pounds st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se 1 EC5SBZ9 mw have no fear, but on the other hand we think it will do her good to associate with women who have won the ballot in eleven states with ways and means that are peaceful rather than by force. Perhaps American women will give her a few lessons in sweet reasonableness, the use of logic and persuasion, rather than of the strong arm. Mrs. Pankhurst may or may not be desirable but we want her to come for we want to show her that the great overwhelming sanity of this country, is able to tlnow off all "evil humors" just as a healthy body can resist the inroads of bacilli; just as we resisted the influence of Emma Goldman, John Most and a few others. If Hfllns The Central Record, r riday, Oct 10, 191 3. SfR2&B3405&33tm j&335fe& Xjgajgggg) g pssm tmimWi p$Mini: iJgSp :T t TuV - 5S5rK5rS5SCK1f fE JiT Si,j I B SKzaessacacESBi i My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. - The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. Annearances. I ' ts We are receiving daily all kinds of DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. AoYise Us If You Ds rW Get Yw Paper. new can goods and evaporated fruits. Lancaster merchants are growing Come jn to A gisat number cf eoi.tc-tansecurus fet ug ghow you Little Gilbert East's Life Crushed Out incorporated. iiuerai wun me paint urusn anu sev what we have. ing subscriptions for the Record will of W. B. Ball. eral store fronts are being newly deco$1.00 a necessity ctu more or tessconfaMon Beneath The Wheels Of A Wagon Issued Weekly. can citizen is through his pocketbook, rated, all of which adds materially to for a white, and if your paper is nut luudtui uup ueiicr man nmiupdiee. if the hopes and predictions of these Qn Las, Salmi the appearance of the town. coming to jou or id Wing addresMtt to J. E ROBINSON. Editor. wise men who have done what they ine ott repeated prediction ot the the wrong office, if jou wi! kii.dhr hope and believe is for the best, there Record that Garrard county will have R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Ed. C. Gaines Indisposed. Gilbert, the little six year old son of municate with , either personally need be no uneasiness as to the future fully a 75 per cent tobacco crop this 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter East of Buckeje. by letter, we will be glad to aee ft Under the advice of his physician, Mr. year seems Entered at the l'oat Office la Lancaster, Ky., of the cause of Democracy in this certain oi lumiiment. in liad his little life crushed cut beneath ' your grievance is rectified promtflr. Mail Matter. Second-CIae- s as E. C. Gaines our popular insurance many years to come. country for -- ..., w, v..i,,, v.. c... agent, is spending a few days at Crab be taken into consideration,,,UU11U ...ua,.lne wneels o: a two horse wagon onj Just what the outcome will be, regardless i13t Saturday. The little fellow had Member Kentucky Press Association The Ordinal "Harir Maa". Orchard. His friends are hoping foi whether or not the revised tariff bill and ol its character. I ho recent rains and come to town with his ur.cle, Barnett. his speedy recovery and return. Mr. the favorable weather following added will do what is claimed for it, is probCapt. Ambrose Bourn.-- , the Tetei Eighth District Publishers League. Ira Holtzclaw can be found at Mr. mnnv Iiiini Itnr1t cif irmnrl4 tci Hat rirt the tifteen - ear oM ton of Mr. Owen auctioneer rendered splendid service lematical. The results will of a neces- y: . t m " a "TOnorse ' V Gaines office and will be glad to accom- - "'" "!. UI making their appear-- I j sity be slow in ... -- . v,.. ""Zf Lancaster, Ky., October 10, 1913. ..vu ..........f, ," w.v. Xa. ney came lor some cement and seed handling the big crowd fast Sstanh ..ciu, modate you along the line of insurance. plants that were abandoned and thought ance, but we arc firm in our belief He rie an(i after making their purchases the seemed to be every whereat esael that they will surely materialize and right time, he desisted in preset would make nothing, under favorable started for home. When near the Judge Walker Buys Home. Rates For Political Announcements very much to the advantage our peoconditions, expanded and turned out a farm 0f n, j. r Kinnam! on Iho ing tnler in tae Park, kept back t Judge Lewis L. Walker has purchas- very fair article. The crop while not Buckeye pike, near the foot of the crowd and kept everybody in a go For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 ple. V'e can but wait patiently the The Clark county grand jury before 10.00 result and in the meantime we are its final adjournment returned eight ed of Mr. F. G. Hurt his home on up to the standard of previous years or County Offices "town hill". Barnett decended from humor and to a area: extent tmcc d For State and District Offices.... 15.00 unshaken in our faith in the wisdom indictments against as many of the Water street and will move into it as in quality is upon the whole fairly the wagon and went across the fence in checking the nitural impatience 10 and far sightedness of President citizens of the county for "bribery", soon as some improvements can be good, some of it excellent in quality, For Calls, per line at the side of the road for some pur- the crowd at the nece?garr deter 10 Woodrow Wilson. per line the basis of the indictments being the made. The price paid was $2500, Mr. ; while tht. quantity far exceeds the ex- - pose, leaving little Gilbert on the seat announcing the success ftil conteataa For Cards, traffic in votes at the recent August Hurt wili move this week to the resi- pectation of the most sanguine. Our holding the lines. The restiveness of in the Record's contest, and in hum For all publications in the interprimary election. These indictments dence on Hill street recently purchased farmers have just cause for rejoicing the mules in jerking their heads prob- - other wavs made himseif aaefui at est of individuals or expresThat the Merchants Opening Day were directly the result of the fearless of Mr. J. F. Robihson. sion of individual views, per that it is so good in the face of the ably jerked the little fellow from the time when just sueb men are in grei on last Saturday 10 held in Lancaster line stand taken by Judge James M. Bensevere drought and other unfavorable heat and tht muIes moved forwarti the demand. 05 was a success in so far as attaining ton and his strenuous instruction to Distance Annihilators. Obituaries, per line conditions which threatened the crop, ' front whee of tj,e wagon passing the object sought, exploiting the goods Malriffiflfllal. grand jury, which resulted in one and with the vision of good prices be- - acro3s the cheat of the helpless little and promoting the home trade, is ab- the Messrs James Hilton and Charles fore of the most prominent citizens of the their eyes, they are anticipating a boy and berore hi, horror stricken The matrimonial pot has been taiKsi DEMOCRATIC TICKET. solutely undeniable. There is not a county being fined and incarcerated Zanone have just purchased two Har- - for more prosperous year than they uncIe coujd reach him the little body merrily of late and circuit clerk J. W. merchant in the town but must conmotorcycles and are prepar- had expected. for refusal to tell what he knew in was so crushed as to place him bejond Hamilton reports a thriving tmriaw fess that he was benefitted by the regard to the buying and selling of ed to annihilate distance and any other oung man passing along that line. The foilcwiag ewtfk recovery. A holding of this little celebration as it votes or the furnishing of funds for small obstacle that might by chance Record's Contest Closed Last Saturday gathered him in his armd and hurried secured license: might be called for their benefit. Nor in their way. get purpose. Nannie Baker age 20 of Lancaster to town with him in his buggy, taking is the reaping of the harvest yet com- that The machines were purchased through Afternoon, The Prizes Were AwardThe result of the rigid probe being him to the home of Mr. J. D. Gulley, and Harvey Brock 22 of Crab Orciwfd plete, many people who came in to Mr. Bristoe Conn, of Danville, and are made by Judge Benton will doubtlebS where medical aid was summoned and were married at the home of the bride look around ascertained just what to ed, And We Believe The have the effect of starting similar pro- said to be one of the best on the everything possible was done, but so in this city on Sept. 9th, Rev. Puffin be had in Lancaster, and at what ceedings in other districts of the state, Result Gave General seriously was the little body crushed officiating. The bride is the dMgfcter prices, and later along when they are is no telling just where the that there was absolutely no hope and of J. W. Baker tlie local concrete worker ready to buy, will come in and patron- and there Satisfaction. matter will end, but it is sincerely "Kentucky Red Berkshire Association" he died within an hour after being and the groom is a young Lincoln euwrtv ize their home merchants. For Stale Senator. will be taken into the house. The parents farmer. Lancaster has been Somewhat be hoped that the ultimate result Incorporated. The Record's Big Contest closed on CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. May Howard 23 ami Joe Gill 33. beta were at once summoned, and the grief hind in the matter of advertising the eradication from the entire state Of Casey County. of this nefarious practice, and that Articles of Incorporation for the last Saturday afternoon and the prizes- of the heart broken mother at the sud- of the Buckeje section KereHMrriodfry home business, and this latest exploit en"Kentucky Red Berkshire Association" were awarded to the successful con- den death of her little son was dis- Rev. Pollitt at the clerks orttee ea the fully demonstrates the fact that "ad- elections in the near future will be For Representative. tirely free from undue influence and of Stanford have been filed at Frank- testants, and from the various express- - tressing. For a while she could not be 1st inst. vertising pays." Florence Grew. 10 and Frsak Haaoe ions of opinion which we have heard, conducted along entirely J. R. MOUNT. It has been suggested, and very will be lines from what has been dif- fort with a capital stock of $300. The we are constranied to the belief that comforted, and it was some time be 19 were married in Richmond on Oct. the names of Messrs A. K. and Woods ferent wisely, that this event be made, not fore the kindly ladies who surrounded 1st by Rev. Williams. The bride kthe past. Walker and J. G. Burnside appear me result gave general satisiaction. For County Judge. an annual, but a affair, custom in many localities in the Our one aim during the conduct of her in their efforts to be of assistance. daughter of the late George ti. Grew. among the names of the incorporators. could persuade her to leave the little that such an event be held in the CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. and lived at Ilsek.ey. She i a braaO-fu- l The object of the Association is to this affair has been that it should be spring and fall of each year, and for be prepared and charming young lady and ha a It can't rain until it frosts and it "Promote the breeding of Red Berk- absolutely fair, that it could and should body toremains werefor burial. the paThe taken to the purpose of financing such a scheme can't frost until it rains, so we are in For Sheriff. host of I'rieiHls in that locality; the not be said that any one candidate shire hogs." on Saturday groom is a son of S. II. and in order that it may not appear to a terrible fix. Huineof Kirk.-tshould have any unfair advantage over rental home near Buckeye C. A. ROBINSON. fall too heavily upon the shoulders of afternoon and on Sunday afternoon at ville and is a prosperous oug fartarr. another one. To this end we havebeen MR. JOHN B. PARKS. litthose interested, it has been suggested Woodson Brock. 3t and Mary B. Phoenix Hotel Cup Coffee. studious in our efforts to have all con- 3 o'clock all that was mortal, the for County Court Clerk. tle bruised and broken body was laid Brock 39. both of the CartersviMe lecthat an organization be atonce formed, nected with the Record office to know The Woolfolk Coffee Company, of Banker, Farmer, Stockman and Elegant iust as little as nnssihfo about the con- - to rest ir the cemetery at Buckeje. tion secured license and were married something along the lines of a ComJ. W. HAMILTON mercial Club, with regular dues, and Lexington, furnished all the coffee that test, leaving the entire management of The accident wa a unusually pathetic at that place or. the (Uh of the month. For County Attorney. Gentleman, Formorly of Garrard these dues will in a very short time, was used Fall FashionDay. This com Miss Nancy Bargo and Mr. William the conttst in the handsof Messrs Potts "e and the hearts of al1 wl" knmv of though small of themselves, amount to pany added many admiring friends to GREEN CLAY WALKER. andChaffin, both of whom were wholly it goes out to the gnet stricken mother Poff of this cit diove to Danville on County Dies at His Home a sufficient sum to pay the expense of its large list of patrons, for every one disinterested and whom we knew to be and father in their sudden and severe last 'Ihursdiit am! were made man ard loss. providing attractions which will bring that took a cup of it was heard to For Jailer. in Richmond. wife. Thv are both well known in absolutely fair and honest. How weli such a crowd as was here last Satur remark, "well this is the best coffee I Fresh oysters, celery and Lancaster whert the have ma.. friends our efforts were prolific of fruit is to DAVE ROSS. day to the city twice each year, at ever drank". anil wol. w isher- -. Mr. John B. Parks died at his home be seen by the general satisfaction ex- ries. at Theo Curre s. Miss Coyle, of Lexington, made Jand such a time as may be deemed advisWhen the in Uichmond Ky., last Friday after- pressed at the outcome. For Assessor. able by the merchants themselves, and demjnstrated the coffee and she may noon after a lingering illness of hard- closing time came and the count was which will be greatest to their advan- well be termed "Queen of the coffee ening of the arteries, and his remains to be made, we chose three men whom DAVE C. SANDERS. tage. This proposition is well worth urn", for she can make better coffee were laid at rest in the Richmond cem- we felt had the esteem and confidence For School Supermtendant. consideration, and it would be a splen- and serve more people in a given time etery on Sunday afternoon. He was of the entire community, and left in C. did idea to form just such an organ- than any one we ever saw. 69 years of age. Until a few years their hands the stupendous work of MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. The business of this firm is constantly ago when he was forced by failing counting the ballots. ization without delay, and by the comMessrs W. F. ing of spring and the arrival of new increasing, owing to the fact that the health to give up the active life of a Champ, It. T. Embry and J. W. Elmore For Magistrate. goods there will be a fund sufficient "Phoenix Hotel Cup Coffee" is the very farmer, Mr. Parks was a resident of spent several hours over this arduous 1st District. already accumulated to give a celebra- best goods that can be had. Mr. Jeff Garrard county living at Paint Lick. task, and when their duties were peris one of the He had a host tion equal to if not greater than the Dunn, an JOHN N. WHITE. of friends throughout formed, there was nothing left to be head cf this popular firm, and applies the county, many of whom have made done except to announce the result and one just held. 2nd District every transaction, frequent pilgrimages .. !. This suggestion is well worth your the Golden Rule to LOGAN ISON. to his bedside distribute the prizes. consideration Mr. Merchant, and we and is "there with the goods" when during his recent illness. While the Contest, from a financial E2 3rd District. believe it would be a wise move for ever the occasion demands. Mr. Parks' death marks the passing point of view, was not a great success p-mmJOHN S. HAM. ' you to get busy at once and organize a of another one of Garrard county's to the Record, yet we are well pleased Opening Of Buena Vista Auspicious "Merchants Publicity Association", oi noted followers of the chase; intimate with the result, we have succeeded in friend and for many years the near adding very materially to our subscripWe are authorized to announce the something similar, having this object Graded School. in view. neighbor of the famous "Walker Bros', tion list, bringing the list well up with following candidates for city offices. The Buena Vista Consolidated School two of whom have crossed to the Great the lists of other newspapers in its class For Police Judge. There has been a great deal of talk opened under the most auspicious con Beyond in recent years, he had gained in Central Kentucky, and this of course w,--,-J- i about detaining or deporting Mrs. ditions Monday Oct, Cth, promptly at world wide fame through his love of means something to us, even more than E. W. HARRIS. ' J I S& Emmiline Pankhurst, when she arrives 8:30 o'clock. The handsome new the sport and his connection with the the satisfaction of knowing of the P. PRATHER. J. Association. increase. in America. The emmigration author- transportation wagons drove into the National Fox Hunters To those who names who have been ities, and Washington itself, seem to school yard loaded with happy faced Mr. Parks' wife who preceded him to the grave was a Miss Wallace, a sister added to our lists as new subscribers There is a possibility of the admin- be of several minds in regard to the boys and girls. istration of President Woodrow Wilson matter. Mrs. Pankhurst may be While no special program had been of Mrs. Ann Robinson, of Lancaster. as well as to our old friends who have not being a success.but we are inclined classified as an "undesirable citizen", arranged a number of the patrons had Mr. Parks served three years with long been with us, we desire to say to the belief that ther is scarcely the guilty of bad conduct in her own coun gathered tc show their appreciation of the Sixth Kentucky Cavalry in the that we shall exert our every effort to ALLEN'S PRINCESS solves the question of fuel, economy, probability of such a happening. His try and therefore ineligible to enter the great educational awakening in Union Army during the -- Civil War. give you a readable paper, we shall He had served as president of the endeavor to chronicle just as carefully every undertaking so far has been the United States. For our part we Garrard county. kitchen comfort, time saving, cleanliness and cooking super fraught with well meaning, "the would like to see her come in and try Dr. E. H. Pearce conducted the de- National Fox Hunters' Association. as possible the news of the town and iority. Everything in every Princess that other ranges have greatest good to the greatest number", some of her brick throwing and house votional exercises and gave a most He was a director of the Citizens' Nat- county, and the world at large in conliberally interspersed with keen percep- burning here. One thing she will find inspiring talk. Mr. Isaac Hackley the ional Bank. He is survived by two densed form, in fact we expect to give and a lot of patented features others cannot have. Unexacquain- out in a short time, and that is the newly elected principal, made a pleas- daughters, Mrs. Bolton Kilgore, of San to our readers everything in the news tion and showing an intimate celled in grace of design, materials.workmanship, durability tance with the needs of the country methods by which she gained notoriety ing talk in which he won all the Angelo, Texas, and Miss Jennie Parks, line which we think Would interest you. and the subject with which he grap- in England are not in favor with the students for his friends as well as se- of this city, and the following sisters and to improve upon our service conIn no other range can you find triple bottom, double walls, patent pled. His latest achievement was the women of this country and certainly cured the hearty of the and brothers: Mrs. Nannie P. Smith, tinually in every manner possible. water pocket4 hot air blast, dish warming closets and pipe behind Mrs. W. W. Watts, Mrs. Nannie P. tariff law, a subject that has been a will not be countenanced by the men. patrons who were present. We wish to thank sincerely everyone the warmer. thorn in the side of every administraIf, to use a slang expression, the The school is indeed an honor to our Embry and James B. Parks, and a who in any manner contributed to the County Superintendent Miss the establishment of and sister, S. S. Parks success of the contest, and to our tion since leader efficient English militant suffragette Manufactured only by Allen Manufacturing Co., Nashville, Tenn. relation between this and starts a "rough house" campaign, she Higgins, the Board of trustees and to and Mrs. James Wilmore, all of Rich personal thanks we wish to add th foreign countries. The efforts of Mr. will be sufficiently dealt with, by city the faithful progressive men and wo- mond. thanks of the little contestants whose A great number of people of this hearts, thanks to your kindness and Wilson and his associates who assisted state and national authorities, to hold men of the neighborhood, who have so in the formulation of the measure her for awhile. As to the talk about loyally stood back of it all with their city and thePaint Lick section at- assistance were made glad by the distended the funeral. gives flattering promises of success. her corrupting American women, we influence and their means. tribution of the handsome prizes. The Central Record It is claimed for the newly created law that it will materially lessen the cost of living, and as the very best a year. way to reach the heart of the Ameri- u-- .. ' " V" 7 . """V' i- j I ' ley-Dav- is .& j ' ' semi-annu- i ' - ilka iif.:.?...!? ! I 1 Do you want meals cooked better, quicker at less cost, in a more comfortable kitchen? corc-merci- al half-broth- er J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO The Central Record, Friday, Oct 10, 191?. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Page 5 I Not Alwa)s. to look A bulldog in the eyes, RheiiffiDlisro, Neuralgia or Headache thai , If there is any way in which I One can do otherwise; Solace Fails To Remove. j Nor is it always best to tell I A liar that he lies, SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi Unles you're big and strcn. and he's cal discovery of three Gorman ScienNot more than half j our size, tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Put ities the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest Money Back for any case of It isn't always well EXERCISE! person leading a quiet, sedentary life is healthy only by accident, unle:s he makes up for by a little vigorous, open air exercise. Cram a locomotive with coal, without removing the cinders, and the engine will become so clogged as not to work properly. The body is exactly like a locomotive; If it is not exercised, the waste products accumulate and the result Is disease. Moreover, judicious exercise shakes up the organs of the body and increases their activity; it keeps the muscles In condition to meet the extraordinary emergencies which may come to any of us; and, If taken heartily, diverts the mind from its ordinary cares and lets a man return with new vigor and refreshed spirits to his tasks. Ninety per cent of the women who bother the doctors with all sorts of more or less vague complaints, need nothing but a loose dress, a hoe and a garden. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. A fire-box ASHAMED! Lots of people seem proud to have or nervous troubles because they think they are fashionable ureases, and aro ashamed to be called consumptives because consunrtion 13 not fashionable. Feeling this wy, they neglect diagnosis and medic. care when they first detect the slgin of consumption, thinking that, by simple neglect, the disease will disap-pea- r cf itself It Is well within tho truth to say that 5,000 lives are sacrificed annuallly in the United Statt'3 through this false pride. The anything to be ashamed of in having a case of tuberculosis in the family is the neglect of the disease and the consequent death of the sufferer; and such neglect deserves round censrj because it will probably involve more than one person. Remember that :'n early diagnosis of consumption increases the chance of cure a thousand 1 R: ST! If the doctor siys "Tubsrculcs-s,follow exactly his orders ir. repaid " I fr.&3v;!v v-' I CAEDB. ety - I r j stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to he absolutely free from opiates or haunful drugs of any description SOLACE is a pure specific in everyway, and has been proven beyond question to bo the burest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, r.o matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial let ters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letter., literature and FREE BOX sent upon K. Lee Morris, president of the I'irst National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company cs follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for Public Sale. We will on MONDAY, ' OCTOBER 27TH, at 11 o'clock in front of the court house door, offer for sale one-- tract of land containing about 90 acres, located ot. Kirksville pike near Hackley, Garrard cuuntv Ky. The above tract is now in grass and well watered, with never failing springs. This land is sold for the purpose of settling the estate of Almira B. Denton, deceased. For any information regarding the same, call on either of the undersigned. V. A. Lear. S. D. Cochran. fold. Lancaster, Kentucky. CARE OF THE Public Sale. Of BLUEGRAS3 FARM. As administratrix of the estate of J. B. Sandusky, and in order to settle up his estate, I will offer at the Court House door, Nicholasville, Ky., on MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1913 at about 12 o'clock neon, 110 acres of improved land, situated 3J miles south of Nicholasviile on the Danville pike. This farm has a 2 story frame house witii 7 rooms, all outbui'dings. tenant house, good stock and tobacco barn, well watered and fenced ar.d in high state of cultivation. School house and church at the door and in one of the best neighborhoods in the county. This will make some one a good home, and will have to be seen to be appre- SUNSHINE? The Italians have a saying, "Where the sunlight Is bhiit out, the doctor is let in." Fire, steam and a few powerful chemicals are the only things that will kill disease germs as quickly as sunlight. The germ in the spit of a criisumptive, exposed to the glare of the July sun for an hour or two, are dead or harmless. Nor is the sunshine any more friendly to the other tiny enemies of mankind. Consequently, leave your windows and shutters open for the fresh air and sunshine several hours every day. If you are afraid it is going to fade the caipot, take up the carpet. Bare floors a.ri j cleaner and consequently more healthful any way. Instead of carpets use rugs and frequently expose them tc the fresh air and sunshine, (ihe the flesh air and sunshine as much access to our whole body as possible. ICxer-e'sout of doors daily, with garments no heavier than necessary. The fresh a.r and sunshine, as well as the exercise, will stimulate the action of the skin in throwing off the waste products of the body. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. CONSUMPTIVE NOT DANGEROUS IN THE HOME IN THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DISEASE. to ventilation, iced, exercise and rest. He knows Getter than you do. This is especia true in regard to the rest and e- - .rciac, which h.ivs to be carefully gauged for each patient ar.d each stage of the disease. Until the disease is checked ar.d marked improvement in general condition and increased weight are noticed, almost absolute rest is essential. The disease is one that destroys the tissues of the body and uses up its energy rapidly. If you persist in using up your energy by work and exercise, the body has nothing left to fight with. Beware what the family medical books in the way of exercise for consumptives. No one prescription will answer for all cases, and this may be the one where their general prescription will send you to If ycur responsibilthe grave-yard- . ities seem to make absolute rest for two or three or four menths impossible, just remember that the progress of the disease will soon fon.o you to it without the hops of recovery. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. r:-'- Kf i Js- - ' sr4 s !W i 'J' V &r ITT ,, j "O v-vv.iiii .. juur TvirrvT xmxlvj. T, r tv.-jo- it Jim , itencu or a j R BEAZLEY and Embalma, Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor anil Clean Tow Is. The old stand pat barber Funeral Director . J Office Phone 3. IJesiiience Phone 27 HENRY DUNCEiN Richmond S . eet. pre-scrib- e M. BOURNE m ninjrynr. - LAXCASTKR KY Gool Service- Prices Right. Phone 3". -- A. Lancaster, -- Kentucky. If. Farmer Own ; i oTwm." V. prior, Veterinary Lancaster. -- Do You DISPENSARIES! ! Pure Bred Boar? and Demist. omct; -- Surgeon Kentucky at Rainey s Livery Stab!?. - which I enclose 1. This remedy has been Uced by nine friends of mine here and I must say its action was won(Signed) II. L. Morris. derful. Put up in 2.")C, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the flee box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. Important Information Regarding the Proper Caie of the Patie.it The Use of Material Eating Utensils Care of the Clothes. The home care of the consumptive in the beginning stage, under the su-- I of a doctor cr a r.iiice, U net n di-a- por-.isio- 1 U :V3 t V t II y $S 1 gd fj tss Your TBflBft w gj era Li y ciated. Terms given daj of sale. write or apFor further pa ply to MRS. E. L SANDUSKY, 329 East College street, Louisville, or G. V. Lytic, Real Estate, "Nicholasville, Ky. &w&U Against Q It PLACARDED! When the phjslcmns says "Scarlet Fever!" or "Diphtheria!" and a color ed card is put on your front door, and ou are not allowed to go out, and only the doctor can go back and forth don't think that all this disturbance is useless, and Intended simply to fill the pocnethooks of the doctors. These germ diseases are spread in ways o infinitely delicate that it is hard for us to understand them. More often than not too little rather th.ui co much care is exercised. If the j ei discharges cf a typhoid patient are nut thoroughly disinfected by formaldehyde, quicklime, or other powerful chemicals before being thrown out, it is peifcctly possible for the germs to be carried in water under ground, or by flies through the air, for a long distance, to infect other people. The germs of scarlet fever may live in the clothes of tho victims and months later infect the person who chances to handle them. When the doctors' precautions bother jou, remember that the ignorance, carelessness or obstinacy of some one else is responsi bio for the disease in your family, and with your doctor! Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. l-- Public Sale. Of Real Estate And Live Stock. Q tT& u S& HA Having decide! to change my location. t,nd to engage in other pursuits, I will o!Fer for sale at public auction on with 5 THURSDAY OCTOBER 23, 1913 my farm two miles west of Garrard county Ky., my fine Blue Gras Farm of 192 acres, well improved and in a high state of cultivation. This farm is well watered, has a nice 7 room dwelling, all out- at dangerous to the othr liicnwors cf e the household. '1 Ue germs of the aie almost wholly tuioivu oif !:i the disfhaige.s from the mouth and noe, and a uniformly caicful collection and destruction of this mateii.il will prevent tue spread ot the gerrn through the house. Tho coniimptue should spit in a paper box or cloth which can be burned. Taper n.vikins should be instead of the ordlni'-- y .Lttou or linen hanlkei chiefs to wipe the nose and lips, and these napkins should he carefully burned. The should have his own set :.i dishes, which should be washed separately in boiling water. His bod ai.J table linen should first be ouked in a disinfecting solution of boiled for halt ;n hor.r before being washed ith the :ct or the family lamidry. He should witbh his hands carefully before ami after eating, lie should newr cou;-":- i wrhout a pajcr napkin held to h.3 mouth. He should ucer kiss another person. These are prart'eally all of the precautions; but thej aie ro-- i i sc ditrkiilt to observe da in and da;' out tl.at special sanataria for tho ea ,' c 1'Himptives are almc-- ' fs oi.ti.n. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commissior. A free dispensary is a place Itii open certain hours of the week wit a doctor and generally a nurse iu ;. tendance for the free etainiuaiicn r those who need its service. Feople means ouht to go to their physh :a and pay the regular fee for sui h so ice. Inasmuch as ihysicians alw:. render their services free to the a., anyway, they generally favcr the C pensary as saving lime. Som 'ti:a these dispensaries, or clinics, are L for all dieass and so:n'.ti. for especial classes of disease, mch : tuberculosis, or luok wcrm, or d' eases of the ce, ci nose and thrc.i Such a dispensary is an adv.i-.ii- . g.- i the whole community. The ne ..y f. less hesitation ahoui going the; wl. ill than about ceiling a physician; or Eequently maladies are often mo: quickly diagnosed and put utidir cm trcl, and the coatigious diseases prevented frcm spreading. Ksr chill in the case of consumption, it to get an examination of tl children of the family in a dispns:u than it is at home. Tim accurate which can be better cctun and tabulated in a dispensary ih. elsewhere is of great service in .it general campaign for public Iwa'.t: A free dispensary can be cheaply st.u ' cd and maintained, because i m i.i o ahwijs willing to give an iit.ur i two a week of their time to that wor". Are vou ready to give a little of you money for it in case one is st irted i our community? Kentucky Tuberculosis Commissio: ier hy--k- -i f not. why not? Try one of my: Purees anil watch your profits grow Iy spring pigs are by Sires of; ran;i Chamniuns and out of sow f royal breeding Also have a few re ii j,:hs ior sale lUtvHkJ' R- (ila Mtlr.1 CX-- . j&r!3 W& i.!i nnure i'eru nn ?'te.& ..: Mar x3 siuued against cholera. . rrires lo'v, quality high. Satis- jctitn guaranteed. Call and cee . iv herd, rheum 3G3-B- w' Mrrt; Gr.uiunte optician Hllle-)- ) W. I&. ELUQTT, nd Sur0ecn- ky. I'lior.e 23). OSko or J. Mori--. 3. F. Robinson, phsician Lancaster, Ky. , Office I'none faster, C. Kesnk-iM.-e ym riowsfs1 -a- h. m Office Hours to I p. m. to li Urate B iti lit. IT. "WAxa-jDENTIST. Phone G.5. l.-- nd- ,it irr. Floral Designs fir all occasions fuiiiithcd by M. J. PATRICK, KentuoTiv. ho--; AUGUST R. BAUMES Local Agent Paint Lick. buildings, two large tobacco barns, comparatively new, good stock bar.-anentire place under good fence. The live stock consists of two pi.iis of work mules, 9 head of oung mules, Ortice Citizens National Ban yearlings and sucklings, one driving mare at.d one driving hors?, one 2 year old colt, 2 suckling horse colts, 31 hed of young cattle, 1 good milch cows, 45 head of hogi-- , including several g.iod brood sow with pig.--, 150 barrels corn. lor tons j;ood mix--.- I v;f&,' .. Ay&y ,. 7U hay, iia'e-!- , ii. ' tS- - rs7. It) acres tobacco, an shocks fodder, extra good cic; and ail kinds of machinery necessary to the cultivating- of j a good farm, including wagon, mower, binier, drill, plows, cultivators & e. The farm will be sold piomptly at 10:30 o'clock in the morning, a..d v. ih ' be an absolute sa'e without reservation IJOUREO:: REMEDY CO.. or by bid. Lcsijtoa, ITy. Dinner will be served on the ground. ErxJofJ fial ph-t- o cf hos thut as enrrd of tf.oteta vvi.h your tfourbori ins Chc'.czu Uexn-- c Terms:-I'arone half cash, balance iy. TVs 2.O.; v Ji'..u..t i !x rnrs ! - o ai eiiu.ly cji.-- i ex I.enivHJit .. , in equal payments, on,?, two ar.d three cus.u. c'.o. 11,: He years. Ilr. Skt-- s r.7iwr, of Live stock and other article', to ri be Icverul jrtv; yu a tm'"rioma!. sni wo all sums of $20. and under, cash ever infer., sf yen caacct Ufa. JEXIUNSSUBLLTT DRUG CO.. that amount on a ciedit of six months CJrcoa. Ky. with good negotiable notes bearing G per cent interest from day of sale For further particulars cli on or ad Sokl by HASELDEN BROS. K. C. B201YNING. dress Bryan tsville, Ky I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Official Direclcry Of Gsrr?rd County. SMALL COUNTY HOSPITALS PR0VMED FOR KENTUCKY ' ; Glass B. Carrier Se Lancaster, Ky. All &? WllfiClff F A. ,1 J Phone 53 ' ' flgjjjy ggj Orders Appreciated. Doctors Cf Dcnlcl Scrgeiy. Oilice: Storiat IIiuMiny tu Ilcut -- ou't KurnilBie fcloie. Biter- - is BuSJil ( LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY wmmmH $fzM 3S m m PI m & 3s3K i Pi V 3?s &Vp i .RE'STKEHGG -- H;vt & ; sj a iftH JJ. Cl--" a i 5 f -- ' : fs&m w$ j j:' JW r m, ' -- - -- ": "ft & & 1 - tfj fiw4- tl frill! & OrnameRial i i;t8,' ''. I I V' -- ssrjSSwFss f - -- .2flS . , zn:.iftlfjy'., pas1' STRAWBERRIES. trsay ST'-- ' ; j 4 Sfcj" 1 Shrubs. Asparagus. Rhubarb. Peonk-s- . . oe-u- m ;- - " . i 4 ., MM FULTON COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL, GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. This is a remodeled farmhouse. The entire cost, the small farm includej, was about $9,5C0. It provides accommodation for 13 incipient cases in wards and 4 advanced cases in separate rooms. !- j SJ t Ros ct-.- il es P!;lox. Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lavn r.r.d j Bov.-lUi- ? CIiCBlt Judge 3 ear. UlrenltC loinuiinr..l.!i 5!ftcr "on. Attorni'j CiiHrlcs A. IlHrilm. ISon. Kmintl l'lir Public Sale Of Land, Stock and Crop. I will sell to the highest and best biddei on my prunises on Wednesday, October 22nd, 1913 Tiie following described properly. My farm of 101 acres of land, located in county, on Fisher ford tun.; ;i.e. 2J miles West of Camp Dick tl WlKIiim It. Mason. W. 11. Hroivii. IleliJ 1'. Trustee Jurj l'mid MflfOB. ItoMiisjn. MUaSue Stivlto Officlul Court Stei.ograiOier (HiutyJnilc llljtj lviHt r cnly Illrrl J. V. Hamilton. l"I.Htj clitl: H.irry Tuudliiron. Coroner A. I) Kurd. Attoriicj J ):. KoMasou. 'imTz 1. Ziallnnl. SLtTlff C A. i:oliiiinu. tapcrlniend-ti- t of Miss gins. .s-ro- J. l I vflrv . 1&" K;fcJ!Al-rW- ' rbiwl " A. Jo-- . Jtimle Hig- - Juliet Trt-4un- of 8 loom dwelling, 2 barns, one of which is a ten acre tobacco barn, good orchard, two never failing springs. ?iilrrI(irot Koad Cleclaml Bourne. r is. r. ll.i The farm is splcdid!y fenced and in a high state of cultivation, in a good MAGIsTUATEP. Iloiiriiel-,tt. neighborhood, close to schools, post ignn Iron Slid. HUt. office and in one of the most fertile Harrison Knj :rd. Ii;t. sections of Kentucky. CuMlrcn Itli. lJl.it. At same time and place will sell 70 COUXTV lUAI'.I) Of EIiL'CATIOM. head of CO lb. shoats; 10 extra good Cronlty IlroaJdus. 1st. Illot. yearling bows and pigs; 7 first-clas- s K I) MrMmtrj Sril lit. mare mules, to be sold in pairs; 3 work tl. J. Ili'iidieii. Srd. Hist. horses, 4, C and 9 years old; 3 yearling Ibomaj t. King, 4tli. HNt. colts; 1 suckling colt; 3 weanling colts; city or i.AXCAsTnt. 1 mare and colt; 5 No. 1 Jersey milk Mayor II. T Logan. cows; 3 Jersey heifers, 3 red milk cows, City Judge E. V. II arris. All kinds of farming implements, inCity Attorney It. II.TouilInsoii. City CWl II. K. Ilcriidon. cluding two horse wagon and couple of City Assessor John M. Mount. hay frames. Olty Treat urer D. A. Thomas. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock Ulilef Police L. E. Herrou. a. m Dinner on the grounds. COUNCILMEN. W. C ROSE, IMrlcr Gregory. II. C. Hamllfoa. Marcellus, Ky. M. Ztnoiie. B. T. Waltpr. W. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. C & Urircnlcaf. Wia. Ilvtbdon. litflnty.-.or W. S. Cfirtter. t: II. Kay. sssJv&sr-- " IS,-Robinson. The improvements consist M&S&&8&8 t o VJLTv 2 r& ,. j Tfc $m?z.- X Jncl AiUm. J-- l'. . IM-- THE LAST OF THE FAMILY. members of three Out of thirty-twgenerations of this rural Kentucky family, this one survives. At least sixteen died of consumption, all in the same house. There was no money to give them adequate care. A county tuberculosis hospital, which could have cared for the first cases and prevented the Infection of the others, might have saved several lives In this one family. The law creating the Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission at the last legislature provides also a plan for the building of small hospitals throughout the state for the proper treatment of tuberculosis. The plan In brief is as The Fiscal Court of any follows: county may declare that county a district for the purpose ot building a hospital. Or, by petition, the Question may bo submitted to a vote of the people at any regular election, and, if carried, It is then the duty of the Fiscal Court to declare the county a district. Any group of counties touching one another may declare themselves a single disttict for this purpose by a vote at any general election which carries in each of the counties Involved. Then, under certain restrictions in the law, the State Commission names a considerable group of citizens, men and women, of the county or counties Involved, from which group the judges of these counties name a District Board of Tuberculosis Hospital Trustees. This Board then asks of the Fiscal Court funds to be lalsed in the regular levy of taxes. From these funds a site Is selected, subject to the approval of the State Commission, and then the Board proceeds to erect the hospital. The State Commission is given a very general oversight of the future activities of the Board, and the construction and maintenance of the hospital. Patients are to be received from the district, either free or for a weekly charge, according to their financial condition, RICHM0KD.KY. and the cost of maintenance not met ATra,ni by these charges must be paid by the ffili ll 1 . :isco: for Teachers district. S I "tr Uf9 ftat- - Crr-- ' This is not so expensive a plan as It wfirajl Van In all pB iJ looks. After the construction of a reasonably substantial building for the purpose of administration, the cookins tunuTtryibinff k '.Hitr ftlr .!- TV It Itch- jI. and serving of meals, and the housing of the nurses, tho building or buildScLiml ruit- t rm iri!7, fiarfu .,... I alpKfrjfi. . ings for the actual housing of the .. - ;.-.;- ... consumptives can be more cheaply erected than those for any similar hospital purpose, because the patients are made to live and sleep in the open air. or on verandas; very small, cheaply constructed buildings are sufficient for the purpose. The whole campaign against tuberculosis Is based, not on sympathy, but on economics. I'rac-- ' tically all of the sufferers are between j the ages of 15 and 50, nearly all of them housewives or and many of them the parents of children. You can serve your community and insure yourself in no better way thcUi by advocating the building of Every cent it such an institution. costs Is more than returned by the distress it relieves and the poverty It preAsk us to show vents. " Garden V rite for free No AjHt Vy&3&?' lit' T llflflir ii. i- H.F.Hillesimeysr & Sc-n-s. li.- - LexinRlon. Kcntuckv. - J- v- .n-.--u- r. L. & N. Train Schedule At isrecs'er, Ky. I iuiittattntts mb Amuntnrenmiifi AnmvK. No 10; 5:t) a. m. To Mnysville. connecting ut KichrcioMl with L & N to FranUfort S-- a iUi ! r at Winchester with C S (.) to Le.it ton & Frank Tort. Mount Stcr'inK A wage-earner- 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. It. L. Eljdn. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M, Farra I have about 60 farm ranging from 500.00 to 40.000. See me before buying elsewhere. W. T. King the auctioneer and real estate man. you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. THE Central Record. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinm.li. No 71; 8:33 a. in. To Rowland & Stanford connectii jj at Rowland, L & N to all poinU Sum'1. No 23; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connectirjr with I. & N to Irvine & Beattyvi'le. Lexingtsn & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fat train to. Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowlirg Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. rago 0 Keystone Double Disk Harrow wnwijfarHi The Central Recora, r'riday, Oct 10, 191 3. at: glasses, put them on nnd Inspected it Beckwith went ou with tbe work he was doing. "What's jour price for a portrait of that size?" asked Goidwin. '"The size doesn't uinke any difference as to the price." "Well, what will you charge to paint my jKirtraitV I don't want it myself, but my family do. If it doesn't cost loo much I'll humor them." "Five hundred dollars." "Five hundred dollars! How many portraits can you paint In a year?" "A dozen perhaps." "That's $u000 for sitting here daubing paint. Why. I don't pay any one of my beads of departments in my business half that, and they're all first class business men." To this the artist mnde no reply. "If you'll paint iny portrait that size, painting, frame and all, for $'J.'jO. It's a go." "Five hundred Is my price." Goidwin spent some time trying to obtain a reduction. Finally It occurred to him that, after nil. perhaps, lie would not need to pay anything till the pur-trawas finished and the artist, having expended bis time on it. would then probably take less for It rather than have It ou his bauds. "You'll want jour money, I suppose." he said, "on delivery of tbe goods." "Yes." "Very well; go ahead." Beckwith arranged with bis subject for the sittings, and Goidwin departed While tln man of business was plan ning to beat iho artist, the nrtKt was planning to bent the man of business. But Goidwin was in lliis respect in his element, while Heck with was not. Though during the sittings that followed he racked bis brain for some plan by which be might get his revenge for that past injustice which still rankled within him. his imcutiic powers failed him. One thing he resolved upon he would paint the best portrait of bis subject that lie was capable of paintit -- M-M- cx - J , His Portrait How a Rich Man Paid For an Injustice By ANDREW C. EWING I i The double disk harrow is designed for those farmers who wish to do two diskings in one. This makes it a particularly desirable implement for summer fallow purposes, to keep the proper mulch for moisture conservation. The Keystone double disk harrow is made up with the regular Keystone disk harrow in front, and a cutaway attachment for the rear. The rear attachment is very solidly made, and is operated with one lever, convenient to the seat of the driver. If the farmer desires to use the front harrow only, the rear attachment can be easily removed in a few seconds. il If desired, the harrow will be furnished with cutaway disks This harfront, thus making a double cutaway disk harrow. row is furnished regularly with the forecarriiigc. and in 5, 6 and cut. ot Becker, Ballard $, Co. RiTTQTif CTrillo Wrr IlLni ti TH- - ir 31 J Obey That Impulse! The fine joy of Automobile ownership may now be yours for prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who have awaited the coming of the right car at the right price. Model T Runabout . . . $500. Model T Touring Car . . $550. Model T Town Car . . $750. with Full Equiptment f o. b. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. UVUB&G imALL'-a- u, urn REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee Edgar Beckwith, at eighteen, having jUown n marked artistic ability, wished to be an artist, but bis father bud recently died leaving no estate, and Edgar, far from having the means to Btudy a profession, was obliged to support bis mother. He obtained a position In the mercantile house of Goidwin & Co. at $15 ti week. Mr. Goidwin claimed that a business plant should be run on strictly busiHe paid very low ness principles. salaries, not Inquiring into the honesty of his less Important einploj eos, his chief object being to get his work done cheaply. lie figured that he could afford to lose small stuns now nnd then rather than . pay an Increase of salaries Besides.-- lie bad an infor honest-which conexpensive detective sen-ic-e He would sisted of himself only. placo bills on his desk in bis private office, go out. set a watch ou who entered, and if the bills were missing on bis return would know who bad stolen them. Then ho would discharge the thief. One day be placed a bill on bis desk and went out Intending to be gone only a few minutes. Half an hour passed before bo returned to find Edgar Beckwith just leaving tho room. "Come back," said Goidwin. Edgar went back into the room and when asked what he bad wanted said that be bad been sent with a message by the head of one of the departments. While he was delivering the message Goidwin was looking for the bill be had left exposed. It was gone. He said nothing about it to Edgar, but the next morning the boy was noticed that he was discharged. Edgar was not minded to submit patiently to an imposition. He went to Mr. Goidwin and said to him that since his services were no longer required he would not object to leaviug the concern, but a certificate of good character would be necessary to enable him to find another place. "It's against my rule to give certificates of good character. I require none when I hire persons, and what I don't nsk I don't give." "Then tell me the reason of my discharge." "That I decline to do also. Should I give you the reason you would call upon me to prove it. That would take time. Time is money." Edgar saw by the resolute look on the man's face that he would gain nothing by pressing the matter and left with anger in bis heart. He went straight to the head of bis department and asked for an explanation. He was given the reason of bis discharge and advised not to stir the matter, because it could only result to his Injury. There had been two other persons In Goldwin's private ofiice besides Edgar, one of whom had taken the bill. But it would be difficult to prove this even if an opportunity had been offered Edgar went home and talked the matter over with his mother. After think ing of it she counseled him to swallow the pill. Since be bad not been openly accused it was not incumbent upon him to make a defense, and if be made a defense there was every chance that be would not be able to prove his innocence. ing. and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless 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 BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Book-Keepe- Prest. X W. O. P.IGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. P ORGANIZED 1883. s (e Citizens It happened at this time that news came of the death of an uncle of Ed gar's, who left him the sum of $3,000. He resolved to apply a part of it to studying art. and since this would obviate the necessity of his obtaining an other position he concluded to accept bis mother's advice. But be swore to himself that a companion object to success in his profession should be to "get even" with the man who had refused bim an opportunity to vindicate himself from a charge of being a thief. Young Beckwith's talent lay in transmitting a human face to" canvas. This was evident from the first, and he resolved to become a iiortrait painter. Nevertheless be painted portraits for years before he obtained a reputation for excellent work. But at last be received an order to paint the portrait of a promient judge on the bench and succeeded in making a very lifelike representation of bts subject. The painting was hung in a courthouse, and every one who saw it admired it. From this time Beckwith received orders from prominent men. and every portrait of such added to his reputation. Not only prominence in bis art. but money, came to bim. Persons of wealth flocked to him to have themselves represented on canvas. Twelve years passed since Beckwith bad ceased to be a clerk and become an artist. He bad grown a beard, and his hair was already flecked with gray A great change had come to his appearance since be had been an employee in the house of Goidwin & Co. One morning a carriage drove up to his studio and a man came up the stairs. The moment he entered Beckwith recognized him as his former employer. But the artist saw that he was not himself recognized. "I believe you are a portrait painter, Blr," said the visitor in n toua be would have used If be had been asking if a man sold mouse traps. "I am," replied Beckwith. dreading lest his voice should give him away. Goidwin went up to a portrait staud-n- g on a table, took out a pair of The features are expressive of the character, and Goldwin's features were no exception to the rule. Beckwith while paintlug drew his subject away hy chatting with from bis vo ctousiic--him on other subjects aud thus caught his best expression. When the portrait was finished the man it represented seemed to live. One would Mipioe he was about to speak, and speak pleasantly. Goidwin told the artist to send the portrait to his house, but Beckwith preferred to keep it till he got his money and frankly told Goidwin that if he would send for it witti a check for ?r00 it would be delivered to the messenger. Goidwin grumbled at this and went away. The next day Beckwith received a note from bis client stating that the portrait did not come up to his expectations and be bad concluded not to accept it. Beckwith made no reply to the note and in time received another stating that since Goidwin preferred to pay for tbe time spent ou tbe portrait he would pay half tbe amount charged. To this also Beckwith paid no $2."0. attention, but sent tbe picture to a dealer for sale. One day Goidwin was Informed that his portrait was hanging in an art store; that It was being visited by connoisseurs nnd pronounced a remarkable piece of work. It had not yet been sold, for the artist had set a very high price on It. Goidwin at once went to the store, saw his portrait and asked the dealer the price for it. He was informed that it was $10,000. Goidwin went at once to an attorney, whom lie directed to take steps to claim the portrait as his property. But when the lawyer called for the correspondence in the case and read copies of his client's letters to Beckwith he said he had no case. Goidwin found himself In an unpleasant position. His portrait pronounced a work of art was for sale, and persons were asking why he did not buy it. To do so would cost him $0,500 more than the price he would have paid had he accepted it. He sent an agent to Beckwith to try to effect a compromise. The agent returned with a statement from the artist that the painting was making a great reputation for him and he had decided not to sell it. but keep it before tbe pub-liGoidwin decided not to be "done" that way and let the matter rest. The picture was withdrawn from exhibition, and when it appeared again the covetous expression that had been left out was in it. This being reported to the original, be went to see It again and was furious. Again he went to his lawyer and directed him to prosecute the artist for ridiculing him before tbe world. The lawyer showed him cartoons of prominent men in the newspapers aud informed bim that it would be much more difficult for him to recover in his own case than for these to do so. Besides, any jury would decide against bim. If be wished to own the picture he must pay the price. Goidwin sent again to Beckwith, asking bim to make a price on the portrait. Beckwith made a price of $25,000. Goidwin made no reply to the offer. Again tbe picture was withdrawn, and when it reappeared the covetous look on the face had become miserly. Gold-wi- n tried again to buy it, but the price had gone up to $30,000. Goidwin feared that If he did not pay it tbe expression would become worse and the price would go higher. He sent word to the artist to ask whether.- - If the $30,000 was paid, he would restore the original expression to the face. Beckwith agreed to do so and intimnted that If the money were paid him he would distribute it among the poor. This closed tbe bargain, tbe covetous look on the face disappeared, and the poor were richer by $30,000. When Goidwin opened the case containing his portrait a statement of tbe tnie reasons for the great rise in its price lay where it would be seen. s e. National Bank Surplus $40,000. OF LANCASTER, KY. I Capital $50,000. i This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. 3i k B itm k if I Ti kl I m? I have about 60 farm ranging from $500.00 to $40,000. See me before buying elsewhere. W. T. King the auctioneer- and real estate man. - Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. X. ? -- I'AINT I.H1K. It was after dark when Katrina r turned and found her father worry- Ing aIout her. This time he ques- Miss Kate Ely is the guest of rela tioued her more closely as to where tives at Lexington. she had been and noticed that her .. spent MlMej Ethyl amI C ra usual frank expression was replaced Saturday in Lancaster. by a troubled look. Perhaps be feared the true cause of her detention. At any Mrs G W Rice and Mra M K Ross rate, from that moment he resolved to were in Richmond last Saturday. accept uotluoiUH proMsition. She Was the Last of His All the teachers from school here The next morning Hubcr went to I.n- Children Unmarried. and cerne, saw Gotthold and told liiui that will attei.d the Institute at Danville. He Could Not Give Miss Nettie Treadway left Saturday he might have bis daughter. The two Her Up went to an attorney, who drew up an for a weeks visit to relatives at agreement by which Gotthold was to By EDITH V. ROSS Bertie n part of his possessions on Miss Lucy Francis of Lancaster was to leave her with her , Katrina. father so long as he lived, and Huber spent last Friday with Mrs Henry Rid- In one of tbe little villages overlook- agreed to give a stipulated amount d'eberger. ing the Lake of tbe Five Cantons In for a dowry. Katrina herself, most Miss Lucy Francis is at home aftn watcti-make- r Switzerland there lived a retired concerned of all. was not consulted, spending several dy5 withMi,s Jwin.e named Huber. For years be Indeed, her father, wuo was very "V Parks at Richmond had made watches in Lucerne, aud uueiuir, um when he bad saved enough of his earn- rangement foruui ten ner ot me ar Mrs E C Mc'.Vhorter and daughters, two weeks after It had ings to live without work be 'bought been Gladys ard Jo made. a chalet on the lake shore, near the During this fortnight Caspar and visiting Mrs Labon Kirke. city, where he could pass the rest of Katrina had met frequently on the Quite a number of his life In ease and comfort. lake, where they were not likely to be tives attended the friends and relaburial of Mr J B His children bad grown to manhood observed by her father. forbid- - Parks at Richmond Sunday. and womanhood and left the paternal flan t itfr Tll tstli Li nlnn The nnntsw ct """" '". """",. a" " and Mrs Blake of Huston, Texas, abode, except Katriua. a lass of eight-- l on the two left for . .,, . een. Huber. who was a widower, held. ,. .the. home Monday after several on to her as one will keep his last doU "V "" Zl'?"", her to Rev and Mrs Eldridge. weeks S".L. who loved visit ing Katrina. lar, dreading to have a man come near her father and realized the obedience Mr. and Mrs Owen B Lewis who away from him. required her lest be take her hae new-- , of her. suffered been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm But so far as tbe old man knew there ly found pleasure. Her with her father noticed Wynn was no oue who wanted her or whom and family left last Monday for her and I that something was troubling she wanted. nnlnilvl tf Yivlnr nrwinf 1iat nnntlnlo a visit to Washington D. C. and NorThe truth is that Katrina. knowing! w'rhev would ,irir, it folk Va, before returning to their home her father's wish that she should away. in Chicago. discourage all suitors, assured bim The principal cause of Katrina's disthat she would not leave him in bis tress was that she had got wind of the old age. Indeed, when the matter of STANFORD. marriage was broached it was by Hu- match her father had arranged for her ber himself, Carl Gotthold. about thirty-- with Gotthold. She was at liberty to five years old, who bad succeeded to write her lover, but she dare not reMiss Sophia Alcorn spent the week tbe old man's watch business, went ceive a letter from him lest It fall Into eni with her home folks here. to see his former partner one day and the bands of her father. As soon as she learned that she was to be given Mr. and Mrs. Logah McCall hae asked for bis daughter. Huber told him that Katrina was not to marry.' ? ?0"0,d ,1,me wr",e C!",M!" of !De returned frcm a tour of the south east. at ",0 s:,me timc ,bat fact' te,linR but remain with him alwavs. Mr. J. II. Mount and Miss Joan Mount Gotthold. who had a persuasive' thermst succumb to the plan. There spent Sunday with Mr. II. J. Mc b"t one other alternative-th- at she tongue In his head, represented to U. and family y one. ber that when he died Katrina would sbo,uI.(1 rcf,Ise ,t0 "J fa'her-- "ee Robertsand Mr. Woods Ogilvie Dr. Y,Uh, hcr a middle aged woman whom no mai"'ns nnw and latter alternative. daughter Francis of Princeton were man would care to marry and would flight consent to 1,er mar-wl- ll tha he wou,d, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hajs. thereafter live a lonely life. "If you bn.t ew give her to me." be said. "I will . ry,nK C,aPa'; wl! was hnJMiss Martha Paxton who wvnt to herself and without mm. hor tn ii . win. .w... w...n in.n ycaTS ...... w u.u , .. u.v any means whatever, was not to be Louisville to attend the Perry Cententhe city every morning to business and nial Celebration and visit relatives has returning In the evening. Yon will considered. On receipt of her letter Caspar aban- returned. keep her with you. and when you thus die she will not be alone in the world." doned all caution. He resolved to see Mr; Kobt McRoberts and Mr. J. R. Now. Gotthold bad considerable mon- - Katrina at once and persuade her to Mount spent Tuesday night with Mr. dcf hcr father. Gettlug into his boat ev that he had inherited from Lis fn. 1L . .. H. J. McRoberts and accompanied iiuii tber. besides bis watch business. His ne puueu lowara ner Dome, reacniug it to Louisville Wednesday. after dark. Seeing a light In hcr win proposition struck Huber favorably. Mrs. Hays Foster and infant daughter though he did not ,., admit it. But , be- - dow, which was accessible by means ,. , . ..I r rr ?,, luesuav. Mrs. .......... ... .. nnnnnnut ..'nf n trpllls hp llmho1 If nnil ..,.,..... iCi.uwicu iium rinevuie n. . lure s,.....i.f-- leu uiui ne jiromiseu io nuuuuiu think of the matter. He did think of before ber- - Standing on the trellis, he joe B Foster went to accomualli, it and made. up his mind that be had oId l'er that he would not give ber up I he r grand.d h ler home. ., mill rpmnln ........ Tha Mao tf Vintnr. ... nllro ...... . ". me " ueuer accept .l proposition, ue saiu Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fields and daughter nothing for some time to his daughter, me cause or nis ueam wen nign arove for In Europe parents have for centu- her to madness. She begged him to go Miss Gertrude of Florida, Mrs. J. C. ries been accustomed to arrange mar- away and accept the situation. Dur- Bailey and little daughter Ophelia Caring the interview he climbed into tbe roll and Miss Ophelia Lackey of Crab riages for their children. Katrina kept a boat, and when she window. Frightened lest he be dis- Orchard were the guests of Mrs. J. W. wished to go to any place on or near covered there, she promised him that Alcorn last week. tbe margin of the lake she would go if ho would go away she would refuse Mr. G. B. Turley of . Richmond was down to tbe little shed where she kept to njarr" unJ' oue- - ,be 0,,IF alternative her father could be expected to accept. the guest of his sister, Mrs. R. T it. take it out and pull out on the bos Caspar, thinking he could not accom- Bruce, the first of the week. He was om of the water. One evening while near tbe middle of the lake a sudden plish any more, at least at the time. here looking at several farms with the squall came up nnd overturned her was about to depart when n step was intention of buying in this county if he boat. She clung to it till another boat heard coming toward the room. It was find:, one that smt, him approached her and a young man in It so real mat witnin a rew seconas wno- B- Mr- - and JIr9- H'ton had as took her aboard, righted her boat and ever was coming would enter. Caspar. pulled his, tow iug her boat, to the near- seeing some jewels on a bureau, seized their guests last week Mr. J. R. Cass est point of land. There be built a fire, them. Katrina convulsively clutched ' of Brodhead and Mr. H. V. Berry and and she dried bis clothing by its his wrist. Huber came in and saw a ' daughter, Ethel May, of San Antonia. man clasping his daughter's jewels. Texas. Mr. and Mra. Hilton will leave warmth. she apparently endeavoring to prevent ' about the 13th . of this month for a The two remained there for some time waiting for the storm to subside, bis getting away with I hem. Caspar's months travel in Texas, Arizona and then the young man's boat, move won. Huber seized him by the California and he pulled her to her landing place. auuuiuu, nuu v.usitfi uiujeu lue Jen- He asked ber if lie might come and see els. "Let me go." he cried. "It will kill ber. and she refused ber consent, telling him that her father dreaded to my ioor mother to know that her son have any young man call uiou her. Is a thief." Without reply Huber. keeping his I FOR THE HAIR But there was another reason. She grip on Caspar, took bim down the did not intend to let her father know ' Unsightly matted colorless scraggy that she hud been capsized In the mid- stairs and out on to the porch, where he hair made fluffy soft abundant and dle of the lake. She had narrowly es set up a shout that aroused bis nearest radiant with life at once. Use Parisian caped drowning, for, though a good neighbor, who came to his assistance. Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. swimmer, tbe water in these Swiss The two took their prisoner to the The first application removes dandruff, lakes Is so cold that she could not have basement, where they locked him in. stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes Tuen Huber returued to his daughter, away possibly swum ashore. Indeed, she the dryness and brittleness. increases was so benumbed when help reached , wbo.m be found JU3t recovering from the beauty of the hair, making it wavy her that she was about to let go ber having fainted. She asked what bad and lustrous. bold. Should ber father know all this become of tbe thief and was told that Everyone needs Parisian Sage. he would never let her go out in ber be was locked in the cellar. In tbe morning be would be takeu to Lucerne. R. E. McRoberts & Son. boat again. She must go to bed aud try to sleep, Who knows but that if Katriua bad given this young man. Caspar Beck, for she would be required to go to the permission to visit her he would never city and appear against the robber. Katriua begged her father to let the have availed himself of It Be this as it may, her refusal, which was not man go for bis mother's sake, but Hu- Of Real Estate And Live dictated by an unwillingness on her ber was not so merciful and paid no part to receive him, at once filled him attention to her ropiest. Within half Stock. with a desire to break through the an hour the house was closed and thosu In It supposed to be asleep. There barrier that stood between them. But Having decided to change my locabe said nothing to her of this, ap- was but one opening, a door to the tion, and to engage in other pursuits, accepting her refusal as final, room where the prisoner was cuufined, parently I will offer for sale at public auction and with a goodby he pulled out into and to that Huber bad the key. Katrina lay awake thinking. To go on the lake toward bis home near Lucerne. THURSDAY OCTOBER 23, 1913 Katrina reached her father's house to Lucerne aud appear against her when he was absorbed in Gotthold's lover with the evidence that was ex- at my farm two miles west of proposition. Consequently she did not pected from her would send him to Garrard county Ky., my fine receive as close a questioning as to prison probably for many years. To where she bad been during tbe storm tell tbe truth would defeat tbe object Blue Grass Farm of 192 acres, well as might have been expected. But for which her lover had sacrificed him- improved and in a high state of cultithe old man had no idea of broaching selfto save ber good name. A third vation. This farm is well watered, the matter concerning ber future until course which might Je successfully has a nice 1 room dwelling, all outbe bad definitely made up his mind carried out suggested itself to her. CtVijk nut nt lina filnllirki nml buildings, two large tobacco barns. on the subject, and his mind was far comparatively new. good stock barn rr-- nf t h,,,- - r.,ti,,- from being made up. Gotthold knew sh i aml entire Place under Kood fence- got Katrina It would not be The door was alar. nnd. "..in-t- n. that if be The live stock consists of two paps soon and. baring made his proposition, felt for tbe chair on which he always waited patiently for the old man to laid his clothes. In bis trousers pocket of work mules, 9 head of young mules, come to a decision. The applicant had she found the key to the basement, I yearlings and sucklings, one driving nothing further to do in the matter, for Going there, she unlocked the door. In mare and one driving horse, one 2 year Huber would not be intliicnced and a moment she felt her lover's band 0m colt. o sucklint? horse colts. 31 head whichever way he decided bis decision clasp hers. Without a word she led of young cattle, 4 good milch cows, A5 him out into the opeq. would be final. head of hogs, including several good "Go." she said. After his rescue of Katrina Caspar brood sows with pigs, 150 barrels corn, "Not without you." Beck often went out on the lake In "Then you must go to jail or be 25 tons good mixed hay, baled, 270 his boat purposely to meet her. One shocks fodder, 10 acres tobacco, an evening shortly before sunset he saw disgraced." extra good crop and ail kinds of ma"1 will go to jail." her pulling toward her lioatlioiii and. She stood irresolute. Tlaclng an arm chinery necessary to the cultivating of rowing with nil his strength, he Intercepted her. He asked her If she to her waist, he hurried her down to a good farm, including wagon, mower. binder, drill, plows, cultivators & c. would not remain out n little longer, his boat, When the next day the two returned and she consented. Helping her with The farm will be sold promptly at hU boat, he took hers in tow and a married pair and confessed the story 10:30 o'clock in the morning, and will pulled southward in tbe direction of to Huber be made a virtue of neces- be an absolute sale without reservation rt sity and on their promise not to Fleweln. or by bid. bim pardoned them. Dinner will be served on the ground. Terms:-Farone half cash, balance in equal payments, one, two and three years. Live stock and other articles, all sums of $20. and under, cash over that amount on a credit of six months with good negotiable notes bearing G per cent interest," from day of sale. Give us a Trial. All Orders Filled Promptly. For further particulars call on or adR. C. BROWNING. dress Bryan tsville, Ky v Lancaster. Kentucky. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. " Huber's Daughter t6 J Beat-tyviil- e. I ".. "",.," ...,. ,' ""!'" 1M I '' re-b- cont - v. w .... .. .. I AR9S1AN SAG Public Sale. TYtis-tn- .w'n.! J.., de-fe- m . ;? The Central kecord, Friday, Oct 10, 191 3. f ti&utHmfw:mfmi m PageS "J-iTi- i- -' til ' mm mi" '' r'l"'i'l '.Jf.niaw .ilVrTrJ"..' Easy To Criticise. asy to sit in the sunshine. And talk to the man iu the shade. It is easy to float in a boat. And point out the places to wade. id well-trimm- It VmmWGBKit&;$mmm we pass into the shadows. We murmur ai.ii fret and frown And our length From h ba k we shout for a plank. Or throw up our hands and go down. It i3 easy to sit in your carriage And counsel the man on foot; But get down and walk and you'll change your talk, As you feel the peg in our boot. But once contest for all dccrve to vin ono of the coveted prizes, .nd it hopos those who did win will enjoy then, to the utmost, l'rogie.ib is the atchword d of the Central Rcc ,id .md it goes in circulation, news and advertising. The management has gathered fresh inspiration for the work before it, and will keep improving the paper week by week, while the wonderful increase in. circulation secured during the contest, it now offers one of the best advertising mediums among the weekly newspapers in Kentucky. lor-war- Appreciated Letter From A Popular testant. Con- BALANCED FOB RATIONS JAIRY COWS &tmti)$m&Pi mtmimim.Jmtt OF b is easy to toll the toiler, How best he can cany his pack: wtight. But no one can rate a Until it has been on his back. It s The d mouth of pleasure. Can preach of sorrow's worth; But give it a sip, and a wryer lip, Was never made on earth. JOE CABBELL RAMSEY. Card Oi Thanks. I desire to extend my sincere thanks Ella Wheeler Wilcox to mi' legion of friends in Lancaster, Garrard county and elsewhere who asliAKKSItlJIU. sisted me so liberally in the recent Miss Ceorgia Dunn sold a yearling calf for $27.50. Mr. Pope sold a weaning mule to A. P. Cobb for $75. Rev. J. W. Mahan began a series of Contest which enabled me to secure the beautiful pony and cart, and I assure them one and all that my gratitude is not exceeded by the pleasure of having the prize. Joseph Cabell Ramsey. The Record's Big Contest Now A Halter Of History. The Central Record's Big Prize Conis now a matter of history. The official standing tells the story of the great race in which the balloting ended at 2 P M last Saturday, when the judges opened the ballot box and cm menccd the woik of counting the votes. The checking of the records was rather a tedious task but the systematic manner in which the judges conducted the count, was so thorough that there was no chance for an error. The votes were counted on an adding machine and the results were checked and rechecked so that they would be sure to get the coirect standing of each contestant. One of the most interesting features of the contest was the friendliness of the rivalry between the contestants and this good will was even in stronger evidence as the announcement of the winners was made. All the candidates have been gainers even those whose names do not appear on the list of winners. They have increased their circle of acquaintances and have cemented the bonds of friendship even closer than when admiring friends placed their names before the public as a candidate for a prize. Among the congratulations received III'CKkYK. by the fortunate were those of the candidates who were in the race Mr John Bogie was in Frankfort the against them, personal friends in many cases, who had come to the end lack. first of the week. Miss Barbara Gulley is visiting relatives at Kirksville. Mr Wm Brown is attending teachers Institute at Danville. Oscar Ray Carter is improving from and abscess on the knee Mrs Jennie Broaddus returned to Louisville for treatment. Quite a number from here attended court in Richmond Monday. Miss Agnes Miles has been the guest of Miss Nancy Long of Madison Co. Co Miss Emma Sanders of has been the guest of Miss Leotd Ray. A C Miles sold to some Lexington parties 17 butcher cattle cattle at 5 aid meeting with the Mt. Hebron church. Mrs. J. W. Mahan who has been to her bed ia able to be out again Mr. W. C. Marksbury left Monday to be gone two weeks to visit the family of W. T. Dye of Middlesboro. Mrs. Stallard Hill of Danville has juat concluded a visit to her mother Mrs. Kelly Hogg, of Lexington. Kobt. Fox sold a bunch of hogs to V A. Lear for 8 cts. Jno Piuitt also sold to same parti' a bunch of hogsfor8c 9 Mr. J. W. Swope wife and son H. B. Swope who have been visiting his sister Mrs. Wilford Dyeof Middleburgh. Miss Bajne West who tame here to be the guest of Miss Siisan Sutton for several days will visit other friends of her old home while here. Mr. Burk wasbadly injured one morning last week when the horse she was driving became frightened at the shafts flying upward and ran throwing her to the ground. She was carried to the of Mr. Ben Swope the nearest As a place where she still remains. lesultofthe fall her left arm was broken intwo places the right arm was broken near the shoulder blade her skull was fractured with a wound on the back of head, besides her whole The body was considerably bruised. colored girl with her only received slight injury. con-lin- test Buena Vista, Ky., Oct. 0, 1913. Editor Central Record. Lanc.ifcter, Ky. I want to thank you for the beautiful ring which 1 leceived in the recent contest; also to express through your paper my appteciation of the valuable assistance given me by my frierds. Although I did not receive one of the first prizes I feel amply repaid for any efforts I put into it. The Record is our most highly apCan't Play "Hookey". preciated paper and I have tried to enThe Messenger is requested to call large your subscription list that others attention of both parents uiid pupils to may enjoy it too. thrt fact that truant law will be cl.)seli Very sincerely, enforced in this ciiy. Better see that Ruth Ruble Lane. th urchins are in school and thus save John C. Weber, and his famous ortroable Danville Messenger. ganization of musicians that has playWMMOVMOMOMOWWoctMiXKWWKrtJ ed annually for Kentucky's Trots, will give a sacred concert at the new Ben All Theatre on Sunday afternoon, 11 Tlie Womans Club) J Oct. 12th. This will be a rare oppor. tunity to hear Mr. Weber's Band tofeooo-oooThe Woman's Club Library announc- gether with his vocal and instrumental es that one hundred books have just soloists in Lexington's new Playhouse. been received, including those already Honor Roll. in the library, there are now about Below is the honor roll for Sept. at six hundred to select from. The library will open Friday Oct. 10th the Lawson school. The efficient teachat 2:30 o'clock. Membersh:p cards on er being Miss Anna Holtzclaw. Primary Grad Ebbie B. Lawson, sale at library, 51.00 entitling any one member of a family to draw a book W. H. Furr Jr., Foster Napier. 1st Grade Lillian Sutton. each week for one year; other new 2nd Grade Curtis Robins, Wesley books will be added from time to time. Miller. "id Grade Easter Hammons, Lizzie Mae E'am, Lee Robins. t l 4th Gr.ide Alex Wooten, Beulah Edward, Azile Elam. 5th Grade Bessie Lawson. Essie Ballard. A CAR LOAD WSi In order to economically feed a dairy cow it Is always oesirable to supply as much of the nut: uts required In the roughage part of I lie rations as pos slble. says the Kauris Farmer. Alfalfa hay contains rela.ively much larger amounts of protein than com silage. Both are very palatable forms of roughage and iu oiubluatioti form a most satisfactory and economical basis for a milk producing ration. For u eow of moderate production giving Iu the neighborhood of three gallons of milk a day, lifteen pounds of alfalfa hay and all the corn silage the cow will consume, which will ordiuaiily amount to thirty or thirty-Uv- e pounds dally, will supply sufficient digestible nutrient material for the production of tills quantity of milk. In order to produce larger quantities of milk if a cow has a capacity for producing more milk, it will be necessary to supply additional nutrients. Additional roughage cannot be consumed, so the extra nutrients required must be supplied In a more concentrated form. It Is commonly estimated that about one pound of a properly balanced grain mixture must be supplied for each ad- tySutitiZty m s" 1 P !TjP S P JUST ARRIVED. Aa OPin nrw fill all nrrloro The Womans Club L(nllted PROMPTLY. We have also I just secured the Bottling Rights for seme of the best specialty drinks on the market. ! 1 'i int-Oo- la Sanitary Boilling Go. -- H l ? M -- 1 sW?SS& l ,J"Z: one-four- ,. ?? , fnl-versl- ty V m Wtt$P$z&?&&&z X rsPatwas! . LILLIC MAY SUTTON. Card Of Thanks. 5JctS. Mrs Jane Kannatza anived Monday from Oklahoma for a visit to her sister Mrs Hiram Ray. Mr and Mrs Forest Stapp and Dr and Mrs J S Gilbert motored to Lexington Wednesday. Rev D M DeMoss returned to Louisville last week where he entered the Theological Seminary. Mrs Hugh Miller of Oklahoma who has been visiting her parents Dr and Mrs G M Hendren has returned home. A little boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Noel, September 30th and has been christened Robert Hunter. Mrs Iva Teater was called last week to the bedside of her little daughter Lucilie, who is very ill at a hospital in Lexington. Mr Dave Vaughn a citizen of Mndis on Co, died at the home of Roscoe Sund:.y night Sept 28th. Whitakcr After short services at the grave conducted by Rev DeMcss the rcmairs Were interred in the cemetery at th s place. The infant sin of Mr and lis Henry Dunn died Sunday moriii'ig Age nineteen months. The .. gel came and took his precious little soul to the arms of Je3us who so tenderly blessed them 'While on earth. After some very ap proprjate remarks made by Rev J W Beagle, the remains were laid to rest in a sweet shady spot in the cemetery at this place. A very, very sad death occured Saturday afternoon. While returning from Lancaster with one of Mr Owen East's sons little Gilbert, age about six years, son of Mr ond Mrs Walter East fell from a wagon which ran oyer his little body and caused his death. After calling for his mother and father perhaps to tc.Il them goodby, the death angle bore the sweet little spirit to that Heavenly home above to await father, mother, sister and brother. After funeral services which were conducted by Rev J W Beagle, the body was laid to rest in the cemetery here. Hi'd I been allowed to choose from the piizes offered in the recent Central Record contest, I would have chosen the handsome diamond ring which I was awarded, and 1 am fully aware of the fact that I possess it only through the untiring efforts of my mi'iiy friends Fatal Error. and I desire to thank them all for th ir "N. Peck's wife leads him a ratfcpi kindly assistance. merry gait. I fancy." Lillie May Sutton. "Oh, yes. When he was courting hci he told her one day she looked pretty when she was angry, and now it has Landram Loves Lancaster. got to be n halilt." Louis Lai drum admits this soft imFate's Perversity. peachment. Says The Danville MessenA commuter was in a dreadful wreck. ger: "While we pre no spring chicken, and have our second sot of store teeth, I The collision had been head on, four yet we are not too old to enjoy a circus. ! coaches were telescoped, flames burst Njrdowe ever expect to live long forth, the shrieks and groans of the enough to forget those hjppy days spent dying mingled with the hiss of escapin the best town on earth." The last ing steam. The commuter, black as a coal, was reference is to Lancaster, for which we f r,;ive him, as he hasevidentl, forgot- dragged out by the feet from under a ten the dehg.its of living in the capital , mound of charred and badly mangled corpses. of MaJison - Richmond C imax. "Are you hurt?" Ire was asked. The commuter opened his eyes and When Ihs Boy Is A Problem. stretched himself, then, rising, snarled: "Hurt? Me? Of course I ain't hurt.' "The high school period including the years from fourteen to eighteen is I never am! I can't be! I carry an acpolicy." Detroit Free the most critical period in the life of cident Insurance Tress. the boy. President G. Stanley Hall of s Clark College calls it the age of H The Doctor at Sea. temporary insanity, others style it the A veteran naval surgeon, speaking of fool period, the era of the birth of the the odd things that crop out In the will. At this time says a teacher, an service, said that one of the younger LILLIE E. JONES. active fermentation occurs that may medical cranks in the navy discovered Card Of Thanks. produce either wine or vinegar." It is ' much virtue in sea water, and, no matI am the proud possessor of a hand- a time of restlessness, of egotism, of ' ter what disease came on, his first some diamond ring, one of the prizes unbelief; in short, of vagabondage. action was to throw down the patient's husky lad, with throat a large dose of the nauseating offered by the Central Record in their The Contest recently held, which I was the strength and passions of a man and liquid. The crew soon learned to hate only enabled to secure through the the judgment of a boy, scorns all ad- him thoroughly. In process of time he persistent and kindly efforts of my vice from his elders, although never in fell overboard In a choppy sea, and a friends, and 1 take this means of ex- his life did he stand in such need of it. great bustle ensued. In the ruidst of It the captain came up and anxiously Inpressing my sincere gratitude to each The Germans have a way of exprcssii-the period from fourteen to eighteen. quired the cause. "Oh, nothing, sir," and every one of them. Ihey call it the Wander Jahre. And replied a tar, "only the doctor has fell Lillie E. Jones. truly for many of the three million of Into his medicine chest." London TeleAmerican boys at the age of adolescence graph. ing a few thousand votes to win. It requires a good deal of spirit to put up these years are literally wander years." The Letter M. a battle ot this nature and it takes a The Hebrew name of M was Mem, strong will to be a cheerful loser, but water, and It is curious to note that we are sure that this is the way the the original form of this character In the most ancient manuscript Is a wavcandidates feel who did r.ot win. ing line, which to the not too particular The contest was conducted under " .4'hE ancients represented water. By some the management of the W. C. Potts philologists the letter M as ued by the Contest Company of Grand Rapids, Phoenicians Is supposed to have come Michigan, one of the best known and from a picture representing the human most reliable firms in the business. face, the two down strokes representMr. Brad Their local representative, lBmrJI'mmmmmmmmmm ing the contour of the countenance, the Re-cW Caffin who had charge of the V stroke signifying the nose, the two contest, gave every con estant dots. long since disused, and a stroke fair and impartial treatment and conbeneath the V representing the eyes and the mouth. The old Phoenician ducted a fair and square campaign in form of the letter does indeed bear a every wjv. comical sort of resemblance to the huEveiybody was satisfied with the man face. way the count was conducted and tl e - . ?. f SB work of the board of judges, who Rotundity of Earth. proved to be experts. With the help We are assured by competent authorof the adding machine, they went ity that Thales of Miletus taught that through the task in a thorough the earth whs of globular form so early as 040 B. C. Pythagoras demonand businesslike manner and are to be strated from the varying altitudes of congratulated for the dispatch with the stars that the earth must be round. which it was done. AristnrchU3 of Samos maintained that The result of the contest will make JUDITH JAMES DANIEL. the earth turned on Its own axis and a number of people happy for some revolved about the sun, which doctrine Card Of Thanks. time to come and they will have cause was held by his contemporaries as so I am truly grateful to my hose of absurd and revolting that the philosto remember the efforts of the Central Record in their behalf The Record friends who came so nobly to my as- opher nearly lost his life B. C. 280. desires to thank the contestants and sistance in the Record contest just The wisdom of the ancients was, of their friends for the interest taken and closed and by their help assisted me in course, lost sight of in the darkness of the good work which has been done in securing one of the handsome prizes the "middle ages," and It took Galilei old adding to the subscription list. It offered. I shall ever be tnankful to and Copernicus to restore the knowledge to the world. New York sincerely regrets that it is not able to them all. American. give prizes to all who took part in the Judith James Daniels. i Louisa M. A'c tt's best loved ston , "Little Women", made into the sweetest and most gentle drama of o.ir times, will be the season's mos--t important dramatic offering at the new Ren AH Theatre. See the quaint costuming, antique furniture, the famous orchard setting, and the charac ters of a story that is treasurea in a million memories. "Little Women" will be presented ly Wm. A. Brady at Lexington's new Pla house on Friday and Saturday, Oct. lO.h, and 11th, with daily matSuperintendent of Public inees. Schools, M. A. Cassidy. has instructed all Schools to close in time to permit those in attendance who desire to see the special matinee on Friday. By an with the management the agrienit-n- t curtain for the Friday matinee will be held until 3:00 P. M.. but will use at the usual time for ail other performances. Nearly of the Guernsey cows or heifers v.hlch ha e Ute-l- y made high recoiils of miU or butter fat production are ownft in WIsconMn, ami almost nlthuut exception the owners are me.nbers of county breeders" associations which, with the aid of Professor Georse C Humphrey of the Collcce of Agriculture of the of Wisconsin. hae been formed hi their re ectivo districts. One of the best monthly records was that of Tuvlor'jt Crc.im flip, owned by C. C Allen of Kenosha This cow In one month produced .S95 pounds of milk which leldcd S2.CI pounds or butter fat. or the equivalent of Sfi.33 pounds of butter. Hi..! jij jp ,p. I unfii v.' f.h2v Eft-- ' 55 B agSgKfMi u .us Tor Infants and Children. !' mi &CO P'M ' The Kind You Havo ditlonal four pounds of milk. For supplying this additional nutrient material in n concentrated form a combination of four parts corn chop, two parts bran and one part cottonseed mail would probably be the most satisfactory ration. One pound of this mixture would supply .12 pound of digestible protein. .32 pound digestible carbohjdrage and .5 pound fat. Ten pounds of additional milk would require about four pounds of this mltxure. or, in other words, a cow that Is capablo of pro ducing thirty-fiv- e pounds of good aver-agmIk can be fed lifteen pounds of alfalfa hay. thirty or thirty-fiv- e pounds of corn silage and four pounds of this grain mixture. If the extra grain fed with this roughase ration should be cottonseed meal only, much more digestible protein would be supplied than would be needed for milk pro duction. Since cottonseed meal Is expensive than cornmoal or br.in. sue'i a ration would necessarily be less economical than the properly balanced ra tlon suggested. o 55. C C'i (6Ta : UbM SaW.S . xSS5 Mgvjirn Ai.ro:n.i,3itjj5ij5T Avcia'jkPrcpatiKinr.iS-SL-utlai&iA&nictolFitjiS- A iways Bough; rt ?ii ZaZ ling iltc Sioiacls aai&wcb cf .Bears tue . m 2a ':i Signature PforaclesDigcstionJQferPi' ncssandtetCcntatisneiiCT OpiiGiiIsrphbs lur&Krd of AAj fcOTIiARCOTIC. rfr"r H finish Sxd- jiijtSirJ JrainstSiIa llmtirJ- lkiS." 'rT2sa't!zxr. rc"-- w AncrfL-c-t Rcmeflv forCcrsto tion . Sc-j- t StmKch.Biarrke Yurras.CciWjUics.FeverisIr 3gflE ness cudLoss of Sleep. (d r Jfv In 5o;a KSQJ FuV Km racSinilc SiCiierae of How Much Seed Corn to Select. It will require about seventeen ears of corn per acre to plant three kernels per hill In thick rowed corn If you list. It Is the editor's Judgment that no more sted than thN should lie ust-- on averace good upland, and the kernels should be dropped as nearly as possi hie one iu a hill and the space should BlidP ' r mm Use f or uver mi ps?" "Stf&ti t i, m 'SiaA2 The CrairAun Compass; NEW YORK. ..- Thirty Years wmw bSo' j5ilarar.tecd jy,.fi-qw- Ji . undcrtiie .t . mu m aQ 11 1 g1 S e4 ra Bf ri u ui H 8 Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUH COMPANY, fl CTf VODA CITY. si? broad-shouldere- ' be as equally distributed as possible Remember, however, that in selectim: the corn In the tield jnu go over it rather hurriedly. When winter comes and you look the ears over carefully you will find many that will not suit you. Of those that do suit a number may not grow strong, unless the corn Is properly dried and stored. A good rule is to select twice as many ears from good plants In the field as are needed to plant the required number of acres next year This allows a very close selection to be made during the winter. Kapsas Farmer. Hogging Off Corn. There Is no better way to fatten hogs with profit to the owner than to turn them loose In the cornfield and let them pick the corn themselves Pxperimpiitation lias proved and the experience of practical fanners In all ., SS PP&X V: agyx : ' Mi -- ' im u:u J" rvt 'UwuaiWBgzas-w- i "ac mMnyB.-y- mca 3Thrtjrarann..-- i tssj: .f'- -i i TirT&&rJ2Zi.- ii ygwg ygmrgot ' sM' wniMfcrir-vfaiggr- parts of the state Is HJHSbjHm Is a profitable one. Every one who has tried It agrees that It Is an economical method of fattening pork I The time required to husk and crib m corn is saed Not only that, tint the the hogs get the com when it is fresh apd more relished. More pounds of Local pork cm be made from a bushel of corn by "hogging nff than by eating that this method couJJ be beiler for town cr country buildings than a roofing that won't hum -- won't la'k that is lightning proof lasts as long as the building itself, and never needs repairs ? Ccttright Metal Shingles meet every one cf these requirements. Beware cf rmitatior.s None genuine without the words " Coitright Reg. U. b. Pat. Olf. stamped en each shingle. What tor Sal: fcv 21 contntctors or Cor: right Metal Roofing Co, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia, Pa. husked com.--Orii!- ige Judd Farmer. Fsrm Water Supply. e have Just passed A season such n- through should be a warning to every man handling stock In any considerable numbers to establish n thoroughly reliable water supply, says the K:uias A thoroughly dependable Farmer. water supply Is an absolutely essential It nf every good live stock farm. would seem that the tendency has been foo much In the past to depend upon luck or circumstances In a great many ?ases to supply water for cattle and ither stock. il m Cl&MCINrMYI AMD RETURN ,j 'jj .' ;.: LzJasaaenr''.?KESs: SPECIAL tha:h excursion "; T?;ggagrc Sunday, Oct 26th, 1913. WORRY. Ungovernable worry is liable to lead a person to insanity and even to death. There must be a way of taking worry so that it shall da us good and not harm. Worry, rightly taken, should train to quietness, humility, patience, gentleness, Sj.50 IEyi It iTiitfli $1.30 Trip Round Trip Round 3 SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JU!SGTfOiy CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. i 1. i u I h I r--s jrage 4 Serious Error In Lancaster. Lancaster Citizens Will Do Well To Pro- The Central Record, Friday, Oct T Catarrh Suffers Effective Relief By Mi-o-- 10, 191 3. Stomach Upset? Will For Sale. t One of the best farms in Garrard Co containing 101 acres, located on fit By The Following. Using Hyomei. Quickly and Surely Ends Indigestion good pike, 3 miles from Camp Dick Robinson. All in fine state of cultivaremedy for Ilyomei is nature's true Many fatal cases of kidney disease and Stomach Distress. tion. Well watered and splendid im have reached an incurable stage be- catarrh. There is no stomach dosing Distress after eating, belching of gas provements, 10 acre tobacco barn, al you breathe it. cause the patient did not understand When using this treatment, you and undigested food, that lump of lead most new. Good neighborhood. This the symptoms. Even today in Lancasthere are many residents making breathe healing balsams and effectively feeling in the stomach, headache, bili- farm is part of the Henry Tomlinson ter the same serious error. They attribute reach the most remote air cells of the ousness and lack of energy, are warn- farm and should be seen to be appreci Get Immediate And Prevent Further Trouble It For Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. Fair Election Turned Down. Lancaster, Ky., Sept 6, 1913 Pursuant to an appeal by the Pro gressive candiatrs for County offices in Garrard Cojnty, Ky., published in The Central Record for the last two weeks, we the following candidates of the three political parties, whose names appear below, to be voted for at the coming November election; realizing how much it means to our people to have an elec tion at which there are no corrupting influences ussd, and also realizing the growth of public sentiment along this line, and ever mindful of the fact that in a government of the people, the unpurchased majority must rule, we the undersigned do most solemly pledge to the people of Garrard County and among ourselves that we are unalterbly opposed to the use of any corrupting inlluences whatever and do bind ourselves to use neither money nor whisk nor will we allow it to be used by another in any way to secure our election. We also further affirm that we have not in any way used any corruptiog influences whereby we have bound any person or persons to vote for us or any other candidate at the coming November election. Referring to the above agreement which was drawn and signed by the Progressive candidates on Saturday the 6th. inst. to which they are pledged, we express our great disappointment on account of the fact that this appeal has been utterly ignored by all of the can didates of the other parties. By their failure to come forward and agree to stand for clean elections, whre no corrupting influences shall be used, they proclaim to the people of Garrard County, that they are in favor of present conditions now existing within our holders, which all good people regardless of past party affiliations must deeply deplore. We are standing, in this elections, not alone for the offices, to which we aspire, for if that had have been our only motive, we should never have been before you at this time, but we are standing for principles, which even our opponents must acknowledge are just and right. e again express our deepest regret at the stand taken by those gentlemen, who are asking the good people of this county to elect them to fill the various offices for the next four years. We had a right to have expected better things from our opponent?, when the very foundations of this Government today are being undermined by just such conditions as exist in this County We, therefore appeal to the people of Garrard County, to show on which side they stand; whether they are in favor of conditians as they now exist, or whether they are in favorof conditions for which the Progressive party is contending. Signed: J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for Representative, J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. John. M. Duncan candidate for County Clerk. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. John Green candidate for Assessor. J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate District No, I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, District No. 2. Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate District No. 3. J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate District No 4. Real Joy ot Snopplng. A woman takes a mournful pleas- their mysterious aches and pains to throat, nose and lungs, the catarrhal ing signals of Fi S overwork, or worry, perhaps, when all the time their rheumatic pains, backache bladder irregularities are most probably due ts weak and ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your kidneys are out of order, profit by this Lancaster residents experience. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They do :ill that is claimed for them. I suffered a great deal from my Kidneys and back. 1'uins through my loins extended to my I used sides and over my kidneys. Doan't Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped." Price CO For sale by all dealers. Co., Duflalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United stomach. gr rms are destroyed quick and sure Now at once is the time to stop this distress. relief results. a Stomach Tablets is the Hyomei often restores health to chronic cases that had given up all remedy. They are absolutely harmless. hope of recovery. Its best action is at Get a fifty cent box today. Their use the start of the disease when the breath surely and quickly stops stomach disis becoming offensive, and constant tress and improves and strengthens the sniffling, discharges from the nose, digestive system so that what you eat droppings in the throat, or that choked is converted into nutrition and the up feeling begin to make life a burden. entire system is properly nourished. Money back if not benefited R. E. At the firstsympton of catarrhal trouble surely use Hyomei. Ask R. B. McRob-ert- s McRoberts & Son. & Son for the complete outfit, $1. He will refund the money if it does not 31 1. H oh ron give satisfaction. er ated. Apply to W. C. Rose, Phone 383-- J or A. Underwood-Simmon- Marcellus Ky, WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. (.Lancaster. Kentucky. s Tariff Bill Receives President Wilson's Signature and Becomes a Law. ami yf3EKa r&jiJijgjBfii . .(si (jj2i& LMIKAUUKHSVIIjIjK. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. White gave a most delightful social a few evenings since. Miss Lillian Garner, of Cedar Creek visited her friend, Mrs. R. P. White Friday. Mesdames. Bell and Gill visited Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor near Stanford last week. Miss Lucy MilIer,of Johnsville, visited her nephew, Mr. Walter Jordan, last week. Mrs. Nancy Kelley, of Paint Lick, visited Miss Katherine Payne and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Jesse Traylor. at Paris. Mr. II. G. Cummins, who has been quite ill and threatened with pneumonia is much better we are glad to state. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kennedy have moved to Shelby City where Mr. Kennedy will engage in mercantile business. The protracted meeting began place Sunday night. Mr. at this J. M. Vanderpool is in Lexington States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and on business this week. Mr. Virgel Vanarsdall is visiting friend Mr. Fish, at Bedford Ind. his CAUTEItSriLliE. Dr. F. II. Smith was in Hustonville Mr. J. I. Crawford sold to W. B. Burton a nice young horse price $160. J. E. Sherrow sold to Mr. Joe Pope some fat cattle at 5 cts. per lb. Mr. Bill Barker 30 bbl. corn last week on business. t Mr and Mrs R I Burton were in Rich' Hospital last Thursday, after a stay of mond Monday. five weeks, he underwent a very serious Mr W C Rose attended court at Har operation and is greajly improved in rodsburg Monday. health, much to the delight of his many Mr W M Jenkins is in Indianapolis friends here and elsewhere. for a two weeks visit. Mr G B Rose left Monday for Boone- NEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED NERVES ville on a business trip of several weeks Mrs House and Mrs Peele, of Nichol Painful Effects Of Chronic Rheumatism asville, have been visiting Mrs W B Halcomb. Quickly Routed by Rheuma. Mr and Mrs Richard Burton attended the Trots at Lexington several days It your nerves are all crippled from attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can this week. Mr and Mrs Harvey Herd, of Fort easily get a strong hold on the nerves. This most painful disease is one of the Worth, Tex, are visiting Mr B F Pat hardest known to expel, but RHEUMA ton and family. can reach it if given a chance. Mrs Eva Davis and son, Maurice, of This testimony is positive proof. Hillsboro Ind, are the guests of Mrs "Last march I was so crippled with Hallie B Sweeney. Neuritis in left limb I could walk Mrs Margaret Parr, of Lebanon Ind., scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I is expected soon to visit her sister, heard of and had two physicians. Noth-in- g Mrs Fanny Bryant. did me any good until I ufed Mrs Hogan Ballard is at home acrain RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR-HU- E after a visit with her mother, Mrs H and NERVALINE-?2.- 00 worth L Elder, at Nicholasville. 8 and 10 foot lengths at $14.00 per 1000 feet of your medicines surely cured me. Mrs. W J Hogan came home SaturMrs. C. E. Haves, Russell, Ky. 12 anil 16 foot lengths at $15.00 per 1000 feet Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son at day after a very pleasant Sheeting all lengths at $13.00 per 1000 feet visit with relatives at Stanford. 50 cts. a bottle. Mr Colby T Jenkins and Miss Mae Jenkins, of Georgetown, were theguests MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE Sunday of Misses Anna Kay and Mar garet Jenkins. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. MILLERSBURG, KY. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard was in Lex Home School For Girls. ington last week for a few days visit, An Attractive she having gone over to see her cousin, Pupils are surrounded with an atmosMiss Marguerite Woolfolk, before she phere of culture, wholesome fellowship left for Washington, D. C. to attend and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all modern conven- school this year. While out driving last Wednesday iences. Health record unsurpassed. and College Entrance Cours- afternoon, the old family horse of Mrs Academic es. Music Department under skilled Logan Burke became frightened and artists trained in Germany, Lecture ran off, throwing Mrs Burke out and and Concert Course. Domestic Science. causing her to receive very severe inCompounded according- - to the Original & ExThe growing popularity of the school juries and having a narrow escape from clusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moois evidenced by the fact that a number death. She was in such a condition The Herbalist, for the treatment of pupils were turned away last ses- that it was impossible to be taken to of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. sion for the lack of room to accommo- her home and is still at Mrs B P Swope's Thousands of Testimonials. the where everything possible is being done SCIENCE SOPE, for the Hudate them. Great Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-M00man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Expenses for board, tuition, etc. to aid her rocovery. While she is in a The Cowl; lower than other schools of like grade. serious condition it is hoped her injurORIGINATOR OF CHARLIE WKITE-M00- N Send for catalog and engage a room ies will not prove fatal. CKETZKSE IKDlAl REMEDIES early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. News was received here last week of 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky & SCIEhCE S0FE Millersburg, Ky. the death of Mrs. Anne Dunn, at her home in Noblesville Ind. Mrs Dunn the sister of the late W J Hogan and has a number of relatives and friends y S In Garrard county who were very much grieved to hear of it. She had been in failing health for about two years and as she was 85 years of age, her death came as a shock, rather than a surprise as it had been expected for some time. She is survived by one son, Mr W E Dunn, President of the Citizens Bank of Noblesville. The social event of the season will be the wedding of Miss Lillian Leavell to Dr. Thomas Wesley Stallings of Cincinnati, which will occur next BE Wednesday evening at seven o'clock n at the home of the bride in the counZ"OU can hardly realize how Mastic Paint will improve the appearance of your home and try. It will be a most beautiful wed-- . more, too. a aaas years to the We or your property and enhances its value. ding in every particular, the music for Let us help you select an artistic color combination, and prove to you how D the occasion will be played by Mrs. little it really costs to have an attractive looking home. James Carpenter, of Crab Orchard, who is a very brilliant pianist and an Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" is guaranteed by artist of rare gift Miss Hoffman of Peaslce-Gaulbe- rt the manufacturers, Co., Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati, will sing, the bridesmaid will be Misses Josephine Carpenter of Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How Stanford and Margaret Harding of To Them," also Color Card. xDJAHffl Danville, Mrs. M. R. Smith of Fort Smith Ark, sister cf the bride will be y MfflTSlDEWHrfEjHg matron of honor. The gentlemen of the bridrl pai ty are intimate friends "" ' Eira of Dr. Stalljngs from Cincinnati. Mr. Wm. Parsons bought Mr. Sam Penington farm for $1000- Mr. J. L. Pitts, of Berea, was visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. Joe Campbell and Mr. Zim Penington is preparing to move to Ohio. Mrs. L. J. Carter has returned to Berea after a short stay with home folks. Mr. James Smith of Glasgow, is at home for a short stay on account of bad health. Rev. Beard the pastor of this place filled his first appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday and was liked by all who heard him. Word received here says that a handMr. John Penington who has been some daughter has arrived at the home selling goods at this place, for the past of Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor near year, is selling his entire stock of goods Stanford. and is expecting to farm the coming Hon. J. N. Saunders and Mr. Garman, year. of Stanford were here last week to attend the funeral and burial of Mr. Horace Miller. Rev. J. E. Roberts and family have left for California, in northern Kentucky I will guarantee you to ttop that itch in tw where he will take charge of the circuit second. No remedy that I have ever sold for assigned by the M. E. Conference. Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases Mr. Frank Rigsby, of Arizona, who of the skin has Riven more thorough satisfaction than the has been spending the last two months 0. D. D. Prescription (or Eczema with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rigsby and other relatives, has returnI cuarantee this remedy. R. E. McRoberts & Son ed to his ranch in that State. Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott sold to Mr. et $4 per bbl. Mr. Ham'et Jennings and family moved from this place to Nicholasville last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vanarsdall and son Harold are visiting relatives in Madison Co., this week. Mr. L. E. Speaks sold to Mr. Edd Naylor a nice mare price ?140. He also sold to Mr. Willie Shields a coltfor$75. Mr. George Teater and Mrs. Minnie Warren of Madison Co. were the guest of their sister Mrr. L. E. Speaks Friday. The fever patients of this community are reported doing nicely but two more cases have developed in the home of 000,000. Mr. Joe Price. The Democratic administration has taken a great forward step toward the redemption of party pledges, and at the same time given promise of a ma terial reduction in the high cost of living by the enactment of the Under wood Simmons Tariff Bill, which re ceived the signature of President Wil son and became a law on last Friday. The law is the most liberal in the minds of many people since 1817, and the wisest in the eyes of many, and it is thought will redound greatly to the credit of its authors and President Wil son who so ardently advocated it. Un der its provision the following articles are placed upon the free list.: Cattle, sheep and other food animals; flour, wheat and its products; eggs, bananas, sugar and molas&es (in a short time). On these articles of food the rates are reduced: Oats, butter, beets, storage eggs, peas, currants, chocolate and cocoa. Other articles put on the free list are, Wool and its products, agricultural implements, sewing machines, lumber, leather, shoes, pig iron, scrap iron and ferromanganese, cement, asphalt, sugar, machinery and school text books. Treasury experts estimate that for the year ending July 1, 1914, the under the bill will be $1,029,000,-00- 0, with expenditures of $1,013,000,-00and a surplus of $16,000,000. The surplus in 1915 is estimated at $13, ts 0, To IBy Friends jHV?fT WTd-- s Garrard County. I ;iiii liar k iMjino again for a while, after ven months tour through the South advertising and -- a selling my Indian Kerne-di- es selling Jreat success, more medichie.domg more DAKOTA JACK, The North Western Cow lio advertising and jJettln better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, testimonials and praises from all over the United States in regard to my remsdies. My remedies are all on sale and always will be at MSN- - 2 My trip was a J. E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts Lancaster, Ky. 6 Son, Till Indian Herbs making my name famous all over the United States, for Blood. Rheumatism, Kidney, Livt-- r Stomach, nervous and female troubles. A 15 days treatment Sl.f. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human skin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 25 ct.'. Pursley's Indian Herbs Pursley's that's nlrfeTSlll fsj.; jgJ U0XQM'Q;C-K- &$"' their father Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were with Mr. W. N. Grow Sunday. Mr. Grow returned from Danville UIIYANTSV1LLE uu School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected assortment of Stop That Itch! Closing Out 100,000 Feet of High Grade Pine Lumber at a Cut Price for 30 days. mliyr x fll iSiJS JjfM-frt'nk wtk SfltA J&S1 5 ng ' Self-Filli- two-wee- Fountain Pen the widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of J. S. DUKE, Roots & Cc-v-b- ure, after she has purchased a bargain, In locking cround and trying to find a place where she might have bought the same article a few cents cheaper. styles and sizes. GOD'S MEDICINES COM-CEL-SA- McRoberts 3C Drug 3CZZ1C Store. :c " n, Swwgy "Cured" w Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph-envilTexas, wriles: For nine (9) years, I suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and it helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me" le, N Have You Visited The nc-l!i-it Mrs. nn n . HarVe an Attractive Z&ith Home TAKE MASTIC PAINT Cardui The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the bl I Parlors at the ICE PLANT ???? Open On Sunday D weakened ts, womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, PRPPi IILiI-.R. E. Paint McRoberts & Son, Lancaster unable to blue, do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. 71 and Every Evening HE i ' ' A. J ii ii ii ii un ",,jp,0'J ?" . - 4l V r SpgS s?s.:s$2!?.22 The Central Hecora, Friday, Oct 10, 191 :.--:: :- Page 7 - :L-.:-:--: i i f ..V I I WE- "it S3.:.sr.:SM.rr2.:r!. air w I I WILL BE CLOSED I I:) : l. .Mi i 1 OrtlUKUAI, THE 3&::-:s-sJOSEPH UU 1 UdCH ill IgI3 COMPANY, I 1 .... J; On Account Of Religious Holiday. MERCANTILE I I I 1 1 IS' ! I : Til We Write Anv Kind of Office at National Bank. BBA2L5Y & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. - rl . Kg3E3SZ2SSZ ru ?r3Tag - - T:T - j;vvg,Ttafta, ssi 3C P 11 STYLE IN HER :c nn: FOOTWEAR is a positive te necessity worn with the an. She insists upon it just as she insists on comfort a"(i ease in her shoes, and if she be earn omically inclined she al so looks for durability in her footwear. We cater to just such ladies, always showing the most elegant and Comfortable Fitting Shoe of the best make at moderate prices. ROWN. 3L 3L 3C 3 I ;'-'GV 0:0:00101 You Knead The DOUGH made with our flour about half as long as you fake with ordinal y brands. That's a saving of labor. It takes much less of our 0. ' WHITE SWAN FLOUR to make a loaf or a cake than it does of many other flours. That's a saving of money. It takes less time to bake too That's a saving of time. FLOUR. You need our WHITE SWAN Lancaster Elevator & Floor Mills BM01BSS0 :IlMISISljSM .si)alK ISN'T IT nrtov:ng to have the fire go on a strike just when you need it most? Have you ever thought the trouble may be in the coal? Try a ton ir so of our clean, coal. Plenty of people have had their fire go back on them until after they had tried our coal. Now they hayen't a bit of trouble. Worth a trial anyway. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. and remained over Sunday wit!i Lan - ' her handsome suburban home, the Miss Mary Doty has Bin,. J. " recent Robinscn has Msctd honoree being Mrs. G. C. Farris of visitor in Daimltc. jcabter fi lends. nv.it!.ti.i,s to a large reception to e ! V.U.UIHU.), Willi fl.rS. o. O. l,n,l nf rnnvill.. """"f. The Misses Smith of Berea are Wen at her residence in Hilt CoHrt tn 1) ' ! thrlnntir P.iiciiuvc Pr.1L.fr.. wmu nvr.r Brown, of Louisville, Mrs. Mabel Kui,- - guests of Mrs. William Lewis ..n w -- ... , this, Thursday afternoon. 1,, tl .tiinlmr frt U.1.... U1I11.U.31,.. o 'T?ir.t"ta of Portsmouth. Ohio, Mrs. J. ter stitet "" ntt'txrl .h Rockwell Smith. Misses Martha ''""""'J ftlrs. William R. Cock afid gacste, and Fall Fashion Day." Miss Annie Herndon was in Danville, Mrs. Whitesmith and Mis Helen Gill comprising the group about Lhcv IC.k-ino-n. A Brief Mention of tht Comings snd Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith, of the festal board, Tuesday enjoying-thgo to Danville Friday where a fall display of Gomi Ly Those W Are Interest:!! In. Louisville and Miss Luey Uobin-omerchpndise. .. of mr. handsome luncheon will U l iJourne ia a visitor in Elizabethtown, arrived Tuesday to Mrs. B. F. Robinson and sister, Miss Danville. visit Mrs. W. R. Cook. ' Delia Tinder wt-rshoppers in' DanMr-?nThe CIwntiiKpm Cire'e herd its 8rst Mr. Louis Tinder was a visitor in Mra. II Clay Hamilton Mrs. Ann Robinson has rented hor!. ville Tuesday. Richmond last Saturday. j,iiiit on last Srflmihty with the Iiiteday. " on Danville Avenue to Mra. Mrs. W. O. Rigney. Mr Wi,I teachers of 'he grsdttl ?ciiot j at the Mrs. Jarres Champ of Paint Lick is Nackie McGrath who will again become Mr. James B. Collier has been on a Curnside. and Miss Alice Rigney were r .skltnce of Mrs. Alex Walki-r- . Tfce visiting her sou, W. F. Champ. j tour of eastern Kentucky. a resident of this place. Danville, visitors Tuesday. rejulirg course for the cominjc year Mrs. J. L. Yantis of the county has Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaisd Mr. and Mrs. John Bo.ier and Mrs. Mrs. C. II. Vanhook and children ' ill include such therms at the feifew-i-i- g been on a visit to Stanford friends. in Danville i Sallie Maret, of Camp Nelson motored WL're recent along the lirw of stndj : "UstiftK are amome alter a visit to ivi..tiv,-Simtlcance of Greek and Italfa Mrs lizzie Dillon, of Stanford, was to tins place bundny and were guests Mrs. G C. Farris ard little sons are '" the Green River section. of Mr. Jack Adims and family. Literature and Art upon the Medem visiting friends in cur city Monday. visiting Mrs. Alice Farris atKiiksville. ' Miss Virgie Conn. Mr. Jim Conn and .Vorld." "Has the InpoTtance ef Mr. T. N. Aldndge of Stanford was Miss Rella Arnold visited friends and son. Claud, of Wilmore. were here Mr. W. C. Potts and Mr. and Mrs. Constantinoble Been a popular visitor in our town Saturday. Brad Chaffin left Saturday afternoon relatives in Lrau Orchard on last Sun- - ' mingling with oltl old friends Sunday. -Where Civilizations Mett in tlte t!ay- m,.,, :.. r, . W. R. Cook has gone to Butler Ga., for Toleda, O. for a brief rest before Classic Mediterranean ,N vuic umii, a memuer ot. Basm". "Is Mrs. Emma Higginbotham went to where he is engaged in the mu'e trade. "putting on" another Contest in Wet school tacuily. has been :n- - The Meaning of Evoluos Oear". awl Virginia. Louisville Tuesday for a several clays disposed much to regict of her friends also ii eluding a number of iatawatkK Judge Lewis L. Walker was in Mr. and Mrs. John Sinclair have sojourn. nmgszine articles. Austeilitz this week on legal business. Her.- Jioore. Mrs. J. returned to their home in Kingston. ' Mrs. Samuel Ilnsclden and Mis, 1!. gle,irs. ., Mrs (. D.Torell ami ,uis To Mrs. William It DanBen Herndon came over from Mo. after a visitto fiier.da'indrelaties F. Welter were visitors in Danville on Lackey enjoyed the day in Danville an informal reception o Wedne-dji- v ville last Saturday for the celebration. in uariiini county and Mr. utile .lones Tuesday. Tuesday. afternoon, hours f:om to f,t the Miss Mattie Adams left the first of ot Lexington. j Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith leaves short- - nonowes ol the oceaikn Lei;j iter Mrs. W. Ros3 Ba3tin and MUs Bessie Lexington. the week to visit friends in Mrs. Dolly Brown accompanied the Gulley were visitors in !" Theodwe Wirrter-- I Danville on ly for a visit to her for-ne- r home, j ,10U'e Lebanon, where she will attend the smilh of Tuesday. and Miss Ley Clay Kaufrmanisattend Attorney IL ' Robinson of VIS,t """ j Brewer-Spragj- if Llizttt.ethtown: the ar- n nuntials. ling Circuit Court in Richmond ti.is . ,.?u' lu,a .. . Airs. James V,. Kmnaird. and dauorh enjoyeu me Hospitality ot the JS'oith domicile a Ieaatifully adorned week. Mr. H. Clay Sutton and Mm. Sutton ! tit.c ter. Bliss Patsy Kinnaild were visitors Gananl peojile. with dahlias and other autumn Mor- in Louisville. contemplate a trip to Lexington the Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford soms with potted plants ami festooos-o-f Dr. and .Mrs. Tnrlton Sulian and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ravmoi.d Rev. J. W. Beagle is engaged in a latter part of the week to see the famgreenery added to the gala appeardaugliter. Miss Lillian of Lexington, ous dramatization. "Little Women" at Haselden. ance of the spacious apartment; an and Mr. and Mrs. Julian, of Frankfort, protiactcd meeting at his old heme-- , the Ben Ali theater and to attend the elaborate center piece Mr. John Parks, of Dewitt, III has composed a party of motorists who Co ington. of iraits and Trots. Howers been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. were in this city Sunday. embellished the handsoir.e Mr. Russell Brown a Garrard Bank Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden festal board, while a moat delicious Jim Parks. official, was m Stanford witkhis home Mr. and Mrs. and .Mr. and Mrs Samuel II. Haselden luncheon course was served the apU ' Bliss Lou J. Grant left Sunday for a and William andW. L. Arnold and son, folks Sunday. Miss Bettie Sluaher, will compose auto parties visiting Lex- preciative feminine assemblage; Mre. vacation and a recuperative sojourn in of Richmond, motored to Lancaster Birs. Moilio Pope has letumed to ington on Friday and Saturday to at- Joh.i E. Stormes, Mrs. II. Clay Sullen ml Crab Orchard. last Sunday and were the guest of Mr. her home here after a visit to Lincoln tend of the famous dramas played and Mrs. George D. Robinson awsisleil county lelatives. Mrs. Canie Y. Davidson leaves this and Mrs. J. S. Johnson. in that citv this wee!;. the urbane hostess in her socinl duties. week to visit her daughter, Ahs. Z. T. Mrs. Nockie McGrath, of Sharps-burBliss Helen Gill was hostess of a Blr. and Mrs. J. W. Perkins are the Mrs. E. C. Gaines large reception Rice of Richmond. is the guest of Mis. C. A. Ar- proud parents sewing paitv last Fiiday afternoon, of an eleven pound boy, arrangcil as a porch nartv in coamli. L. G. Davidson the affair being complimentary to Mrs. nold of this county. Mr. Earl Farra and christened. Lee Oldham, who arrived inent to her house guest. Birs. C. C. are on a fishing trip near tht mouth of jG. C. Farris 's visitor, BIrs. Dr. Rug- Philip Moynahan, the well known list Friday in Memphis. Tenn. Mrs. Brown of Louisville and Mrs. G. C. Rockcastle liver this week. glos of Portsmouth, Ohio. contractor of Richmond was in Lancas; Perkins was formerly, Mis .Mary Kate Farris of Coloi ado. was a techerche Singleton, of this city. affair, the-- social gathering Misses Alma Sciivner and Willie Bits. C. C. Brown left Saturday for ter this week on business. a Traynor, of Richmond, were guests of Danville on route to her home in Louis-viilassemblage; the Mrs. Calvin of i.ear Crab Fi lends here at her former home Professor and Mrs. Caneer. after being royally entertained Orchard has been on a isit to friends are interested in the marriage of residence was elaborately decorated by a number of friends here at her litre at her former home. Mrs. Cora Ward West and Mr. Cone, with ferns and golden rod. the color Dr. Woods Oghvie, wife and child of scheme of yellow and white being much former place of residence. Princeton Ky. hae been the guests of Airs. Arr.old and childien of Paris, an Arizona Insurance man, the wed-- ! in evidence throughout the suite of and Mrs. H. K. Herndon. The C. W. B. BI. auxiliary had their have been the pleasant guests of her ding being solominized Saturday at the Mr. daik-ene- d, G regular monthly assemblage at the mother, BIrs. Be.Ie Austin. residence of Blr. R. G. Ward in Cin apartments; the dining hall was Miss Jennie Dickerson haj returned the festal board being illuminatChristian church on Monday afternoon, cinnati. to her home in Richmond, after being ed with cardies hooded in the prevail-ir- g BIrs. Ebb Dickerson went to Louisfollowed by an enjoyable social with a the guest of the Misses Brown. shade, jel'ow, wh.le the ices arc! In renewing h" r subscription to the ville this week to attend the State number of attractive features. ccmiii-natiu- ii Sunday School Convention. Central Record, Mrs. William Wall, so confections indicated the Mrs. Robert McRoberts entertained Little Johnie Anderson, a well remembeied in this county, but cf while and gold; the beautiat an elaborate dinner complimentary Miss Sarah Daniels, instructor of whose father died a year ago at this now of CotFeyvillo, Kan, says that she fully appointed table was adorned with "0 to her mother, Mrs. Letty Ware. place of typhoid fever, has a serious music in the graded school is visiting has beer, our regular subscriber for a lace centei-piec- e over yellow, while relatives in Paris for the week. Miss Minnie Kemper, of Danville, case of diphtheria, and the insertion of twenty six years. We appreciate the ferns and vines artistically placed mill has been the guest of her sisters, Mrs. a tube has been resorted to as the only Bliss Catherine Bourne and Master kind words of her letter and wish she ed the proper touch of greenery; the W. A. Price and Mrs. Ed Perkins. means of saving the child's life. J. W. Bourne are visiting friends and and Blr. Wall much succesi and many hours were from 3 to 3 P. BI., and with relatives in Danville this week. years of happiness in their western the assistance of Misses Jane and JIary Mrs. Mabel Ruggles of Portsmouth, Blr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes, BIrs. Doty, BIrs. Gaines' social function was Ohio, is tne guest of Mrs. G. C. Far- W. R. Cook, and guests, BIrs. Theo- Blr. and BIrs. Samuel Cotton and home. an unqualified success. ris at the home of the Misses Gill. dore Wintersmith, of Louisville, and Miss Emma Walker were guests of Mrs. T. J. Curd of Williamsburg is here visiting her daughter, BIrs. VirBliss Loula Slack of Winchester, has Bliss Lucy Robinson of Elizabethtown, friends in Harrodsburg Wednesday, V gil Conn. accepted a position as clerk in R. H. will comprise an automobile party who $1.29 For 12 cabinet Photos at Dora's Blesdames J. Fleece Robinon, Henry will attend the trots at Lexington. Batson's mercantile establishment. Blr. Thos. P. King announces the Gallery try them, (finest finish) D- Simpaon and Robert T. Embry :,.,. m mAx- i- T.,tu marriage of his daughter Blr. J. W. Acey of Lebanon has been were visitors in Danville on Tuesday. 5 Fresh oysters, celery and cranbfr-t- f Nell B. here with his wife at the home of her Elsie Blorrow and Elizabeth Gibbs, of ries, at Currey's. Blr. and BIrs. Jim Bob Henry are to parents, Mr. and BIrs. Billie Hughes. Lancaster, were visitors in Danville Blisses Bessie and Eunice Wednesday BIrs. J. Fleece Robin visiting Sgt. Roland W. Cooke, Mr. Henry Bright and Blesjrs W. C. son, of Lancaster, has been the guest Prather enroute to Cincinnati to reside. All kinds fresh fruits and candies for on Saturday, and R. G. Price of Danville were vis- of her sister, BIrs. Ben D. Herndon the 4th, at W. B. Ball's. Oct. the fourth, Blr. John B. Bourne and wife were itors here on "Big Fall Fashion Day." Blessenger. Nineteen hundred and thirteen. visitors on last Sunday of the former's Fresh Oysters. BIrs. J. Blillon Elliott Sr. and Bliss At Home Blessrs. Jeff Dunn and Jack Dunn, brother, Blr. Everett Bourne at Sulpher Cecil Elliott are at home after a visit Bliss Coyle, and Bliss Bayne after Oct. tenth. Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good West, of j Well. G15 Kicapoo St., to relatives at Frankfort and Lexingcelery and fresh fruits of all kinds at x,cAiijKiuii, emue- - uvei un uie-- lll. me .! Hazel T.ittlo Miocoa TW,,! ton. Zimmer's. Blessrs Dunn and Bliss Covle as Dem- Champ and Mary Davis are in Paint Leavenworth, Kansas. Bliss Joan Blount has gone to Paris onstrators of the Woolfolk Con"ee, a Lick for a several days visit to rela- n on a visit and the latter part of the brand made famous by that tives. uEJE SEE in 213 E j week will attend the Trots at Lexing Lexington grocery fum. Mi.ss Bps.in Gnllpv nnd Aittipq ton. Among the many handsome social nf ,h v;s;,uli Mi.a rn : Q BIrs. Lester Hilton of Stanford and affairs arranged in BIrs. C. C. Brown's Hendren at Kiiksville Saturday and BIrs. J. R. Cuss of Brodhead were honor, BIrs. Saufley Hughes' 4 o'clock Sunday. 1 guests of BIrs. R. H. Batson on last lunune-oi- i rriuuy uiiernoon was a noia- L JL Ite IKE JsLd? Bliss Katherire Simpson returned Friday. hie gathering, and the friends, the Blonday from an extended visit to her BIrs. W. K. Warner, Bliss Higgins hostess honored with invitations con- friend Mrs. II. E. Thomas of Horse of Shapes and Styles sidered it one of the most enjoyable-function- s and Blr. Wilson, of Stanford, composed given in honor of the popular Cave Ky. u an aatomobile party visiting this city Louisvillian. Blr. Banks Hudson of Danville was Saturday. Bliss Joe. Hord Frank's admiring over for "Big Fall Fashion Day" and BIrs. James Woods and Mrs. E. L. friends, will be delighted to hear that to see after his business establishment Woods were among the many Paint she has the splendid position of vocal in this city. Lick people seen on the streets here FOR THIS WEEK. teacher in the large Woman's College, Bliss Blary Arnold went to Crab Saturday. of Richmond, Va. Those who have Orchard the first of the week where Will also have another opening at my store in BIrs. E. C. Barnard is with her heard Bliss Frank sing, know she will she will be engaged in the millinery motler, BIrs. P. D. Gill, after a course be able to meet the most exacting de- business for two months. Crab Orchard, next Saturday, October 11th. of treatment under the celebrated mands, and we congratulate the college Blr. and BIrs. Ben F. Robinson, and Doctors Blayo. upon securing such a teacher. -hand some little son, Frank Curtis Prof. D. W. Bridges accompanied by BIrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess of a made a several day's visit to Miss D. Warren Jr. came down Saturday dinnerparty last Friday evening at Elizabeth Lyne of Nicholasville. Qr 31 HUE 3ME In-e- n Gossip About People nm?V 3 Fit-fe- i:,nll,r,;t T.'.tif.-.otov'- j ' ' n. uo-.va- j wen-cottag- e IKtoii . , ' vis-tor- s ' ' thc-grad- iie-nr- y r,l . l.. n iL!"133, """': Sst ' ' so-n- i' ; g, j e, .i Ne-viu- 'i " , s I 8 0 it f ,... J i well-know- I I ' .,, ,! 3 m-.- m. F AfPIJJ w in i A JidillivLew 1 L In cTWiss Rella Arnold 3 nm $ fc-- 6o s The Central Reuora, r riday, Oct 10, 1913. AND SAVE Eventually You The Store Willi- - -- Why Not Now. The bright Spot Beautiful HURT HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) and ANDERSON HIGH PRICES in Lancaster. 0tftO0JgO0HWWW)UOCl rt nsi rAKfllUKo LULUfflH i - ithuvt There will be regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. Horses In Demand. foe4eoeooooeoo' dpaco liclow this beading Is for the exclu-iv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, aud will be only In two Issues of the KORD. free of charge A good yearling, bay pony for sale. Miss Anna Bell Burnside. Lancaster, Ky. J. B. Bourne sold a nice road mare to J. L. Wiggins, of Wilson, N. C. for a fancy price. T. C. Rankin purchased six mules in Richmond Monday at a cost of $160. eace. J. B. Bourne four mule colts, average of 70. k sow with wl ite stripe in face will weigh about 140 lbs. W. R. Cook, Phone No. 44. LOST:-Blac- Strayed to my place about 2 weeks ago a sorrell horse. Fisher Herring, Preachersville, Ky. I have a few bushels of well screened, blue stone seed wheat for sale. Wade Walker. Phone 224-FOR SALE:-Si- x Indian Runner $1 ducks Cockerels,) pure stock, T. Walker, Phone, 347-Lost. each. Towles Sorrel horse, about eight years old, white spot in forehead, two white hind feet, mane slightly bobbed. Strayed from Lancaster about 10 days ago. Mrs. Mary Perciful, Cartersville, Ky. and stock of goods. for SALE:-Hous- e and lot, store room Alex Prewitt, Hackley, Ky. W. B. Burton bought a load of horses and mules at Franklin, Ind., for the Wilson Live Stock at the following average; 14 mules at 5185.00 and 11 head of horses at an average of $170 in Richmond last Monday he also purchased 12 head of herses average, $150 and 8 muJes at $200 each. On Thursday of this week he shipped to Wilson, N. C. 12 head horses and 12 mules the latter averaging $200 each, Mr. Burton also made the following individual purchases; one mule of John Hicks, for $200. one of W. L. Huffman for $150, paid of Mr. Cox, of Kirksville, for $475., one of Mr. Donehue, for $225 REX HELTON Mrs. F. M. Tinder was a visitor at our school one day last week. The parents are cordially invited to visit our school at least once a month. Evenyone enjoyed the exercises given by Miss Noland's room Friday morning. Miss Robinson will visit her mother at Dampbellsville, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sam Johnson was a visitor at our school Friday and was present for Miss Noland's exercise. Mrs Alex Walker, and daughter Miss Virginia Pear and Miss Effie Caneer were visitors at our school Friday. Through an error last week, we fail ed to give Miss Mason's room, credit for her much enjoyed entertainment last Friday week. Our boys are practicing hard every day and we will no doubt have a Foot Ball team of which all Lancaster people will be proud. Prof. Caneer has given the hour every Friday morning for exercises by the different rooms. Everyone is cordially invited. Miss Dean's room had the honor of getting the hour off Friday for most improvement in marching in and out of the building and to and from classes. Mr. Caneer, Misses Robinson, Mason, Noland, Dean, Smith, Anderson and Brashear are in attendence at the Institute being held at Danville this week. Only a few more pictures remain un sold of the school building, and all the pupils should get one before they are all gone. If you want one see Prof. Caneer. The Foot Ball game Saturday between, Freshmen and Seniors and Sophomores and Juniors was much en joyed by a large number of Spectators, the game was won by the Frs. and Srs. by a score of G to 0 The feature of the game was the playing of Swope, Lawson, Acton and Givens for the Srs. and Herron and Bourne for Jrs. Mr. W. B. Burton ha3 received news from' the Wilson Live Stock Co., at Wilson N. C. that the car of stock which he shipped them a short time since has been entirely disposed of and asking that he gather togetherandship more stock as quickly as possible. This indicates a good market for Garrard county stock. Change In Mail Service. Beginning next Monday Oct 13th, a mail clerk will be placed on the train running from Louisville to Richmond And return and due in Lancaster at 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. The mail service will be discontinued on train 9 and 10, the trains arriving here 8:45 p. m. and 5. a. m. The above information was telephoned here from Paint Lick and is apparently authentic. The day service while very acceptable to our people will not make up for the loss of mail service on the other trains. Judge Benton In Madison. Judge James M. Benton opened the Madison Circuit Court on last Monday and proceeded to give the same charge to the grand jury as he gave in Clark county, which was so prolific of unfor-see- n results. He dwelt at length on the matter of election frauds and insisted that his jury make a full and complete investigation along these lines. There are few counties, shame that it can be said, in Central Kentucky which are free from this pernicious evil, but it will not be the fault of Judge Benton if they continue to exist in his district. We do not say that there has been election frauds in our neighboring county of Madison, bnt if there has, we will venture the assertion that there are some "politicians" up there who just now are experiencing the sensation of cold chills creeping along their spinal columns. W. Vernon Richardson TippeC As Com- The Handsome Stallion of Mark Coins Sells for Fancy Price. Mr. Mark Golns, of Marksbury sold his premium saddle stallion, Rex Helton, yesterday to J. I. Hamilton and R. E. Henry. The price was private but knowing the horse as we do and the many fancy figures that Mr. Goins has refused for him, the price was evidently a handsome one. Rex Helton is one of the best bred horses in the state, being by Rex Peavine and a half brother to the noted Edna Mae. He is a fine individual, with perfect confir- Farra. mation and and gait and it seems unfortunate that such a good horse RHEUMATISE AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE should leave the state. It is the intention of the new owners Prof. BudJong Was Quickly Relieved Of to ship hirn with other stock to El DoBoth Afflictions By Using Rheuma. rado, Ark., in the next few days. If you suffer from any form of Rheumatism, remember that RHEUMA goes Lewis Carroll' Humor. An English magazine gives some to work quickly to remove- - the cause, amusing pieces of Lewis Carroll's hu- not simply to relieve the distress. Many mor from the forgotten pages of Ox- years' use has demonstrated that it ford pamphlets. During the election at goes to the seat of the disease and exOxford in 18C5 he gave vent to the fol- pels the poisonous matter through the lowing Euclidean definition: "Plain su- natural channels the kidneys, bowels, perficiality Is the character of a speech liver and skin. In which, any two points being taken, "For many years I was troubled with the speaker is found to lie wholly with Rheumatism, also with Blight's Disregard to those two points." A note is ease of the Kidneys. I suffered awfully. also given on the right appreciation of Tried many advertised remedies. After examiners: "A takes in ten books and using your truly remarkable nrenara- gets a third class; B takes in the examiners and gets a second. Find the tion, RHEUMA, I was fully cured." value of the examiners in terms of Prof. fj. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn. RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. books, also their value in terms when McRoberts & Son, who sells it for 50 no examination Is held." cents a bottle. ff promise Candidate For Internal Mr. R. E. McRoberts made a busi ness trip to Louisvill this week. Revenue Collectorship At Mr. J. R. Mount is visiting friends this week in Lagrange and Louisville. Danville. Mr, W. C. Sanders and sister, of No one has as yet been appointed to Coy, and Miss Lula Crutchfield, of succeed W. W. Wiseman as Internal Wilmore' were .visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Revenue Collector for the Eight DisSam Johnson Jr. Thursday. trict at Danville, and the many canMrs. Emma Elkin and Mrs. J. S. didates who have so long been on tender Johnson, Jr. and little daughter, Anna hooks see no immediate relief from C. were guests last week of the latters their suspense. The latest rumor from mother, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, at Washington is that W. Vernon Richard Coy. son of Danville, who is Senator James' The many friends of Mrs. J. A. Amon private secretary, is being favorably who is in the Norton Infirniarv at spoken of as a compromise candidate Louisville, will be glad to know that for the fat position. Well, in the event that Col Tommie she is improving rapidly and will be Robinson cannot have the plum, and able to return home in a few days. there must be a compromise man given the position, we had as leave see LosT:-Cubutton monagram W. C Richardson land it as any man in the P. Return to Record Office. world; he is a true blue democrat, courLost: Vest pocket memoranda book, teous, polite end well qualified, and either at Burton's sale or between the above all he is a newspaper man. sale and Lancaster, on day of sale. Return to Record office or John M. A WARNING WHICH MUST NOT GO UNHEEDED. One week's continuance of thedrought and the same demand made upon our water supply that has been made in the past and our Lake will be dry. There is now in the Lake about four feet of available water. From this the Ice plant uses 8000 gallons per day, the Light plant 6000 gallons per day and the Garrard Milling Co. 3000 gallons per day. The shutting down of any one of these industries means the working of a hardship upon our people. With the judicious use of the water there will be sufficient for these people and for use in case of fire for some time to come. I have repeatedly warned the people against wasting the water supply but it has gone unheeded by many, and the shortage is in a measure due to this disregard. By continuing the misuse of the water supply you will work a hardship upon the entire community. L. E. Herron, Sup.t bushels per acre, buTbe- attributes this yield more largely to the YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Predicted For Tobacco-O- ld Crop Practiccharacter of the soil In which it was grown and the special care given It ally Exhausted And New Crop Not ORCHARD than any factor savoring of the miraculous. In this case the wheat was Sufficient. m yr-J-f ' many Try a load of our coal it may be ' headed and grew to a height of better than you have had. about five feet. In a review of the tobacco situation Garrard Milling Co. E. T. Robards, of Lexington, tobacco Many farmers make the mistake of expert and statistician, says manufacmoving to town in their advanced BY Fresh Ojsters. years when they have accumulated a ' turers are confronted with conditions F.ETRIGG Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good sufficient competence to guard them unknown in history of trade in half a against the demands of the rainy day. celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at century. REGISTER. Too often this move Is accompanied by Zimmers. 9 19.4 1. Widespread drouth resulted in a R0CKFORD.IA. a radical change from much to pracshort crop. He says that all of the Kresh oysters, celery and cranbur- tically no physical exercbe, which has -stock of burley held by the Cincinnati In many cases disastrous physical re- ries, at Theo Currey's. tf CORRESPONDENCE and Louisville dealers will have been sults. Added to this is the further 11 SOLICITED and harness, good for exhausted by January 1st, depriving fact that many such fanners, not realizing the cost of privileges which the as new. the small manufacturer of his source must Mrs. Tom Austin. of supply to a great extent. There is IThls matter specialnot bo reprinted with- town affords, are against any Improveout permission. ments which Increase their taxes and no old tobacco, he says, in the country ns n result of this acquire a reputation If you want to by a farm, see W. T. and large manufacturers have only That section is bound to prosper In of being fossils and tightwads because King the auctioneer and real estate enough to run them for a year. His which the number of silos used b In-- 1 they do not like to see their taxes Inpd. report includes the significant state- creasing and the number of dairy cows crease. On the farm there Is usually man. ment; "Beyond doubt the 1913 tobacco Increasing and their quality being im-- 1 something which the retired farmer Pony for sale gentle for children to crop is from 50,000,000 to 75,000,000 proved. will think needs doing, and in the do- drive will sell cheap will take good ing of It he will be the better pbysleal-- 1 short of absolute annual requirements, note, apply at Central Record. Nine times out of ten the pupil who every other way. and in which will mean more strenuouse fforts causes most trouble in school is the put forth by large munufacturers to oue that runs wild at home that b, Fresh Oysters. corner the available supply, resulting has not been brought up to have a SMILES AND SUNSHINE. I Fresh oysters in the bulk; also good in the keenest competition and soaring proper regard for parental authority Brightness and joy are never lost, celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at of prices." and discipline. Zimmers. never die out like an ill tended fire. Every joyous thought which you to assume that any boy who New Consolidated School At Buena Vista It is fab Call on me for subscriptions for all prefers to stay at home and cultivate send out into the world is a gift to magazines. I can save your money. Began Operations Last Monday. corn when there is a circus in town is mankind, and every smile is your Phone 200. Mrs. Jas. A. Koyston. cut out for a farmer and that it would contribution to the sunshine of the The Second In The County. Lancaster, Ky. injudicious to coax him into taking be world. And the human heart can The handsome new Consolidated up any other vocation. never have too much sunshine. So W. T. King will cry your sale and School Building at Buena Visita has Every farm should have its patch of get the high dollar. Will also sell do not stint your share of the supbeen completed and the school opened rye. This will not only furnish good ply. jyour farm. pd. on last Monday morning. Because of late fall and early spring pasture for the Institute is in session this week the hogs and cattle, but if plowed Have you tried our breakfast bacon, A Mother's Sacrifice. and all teachers are required to attend, under in the sprinc will furnish a dried beef and boneless ham. it required the sanction of the State humus of which most soils are much Legends In India run that if a wom- our American Slicing Machine. Cut on 20 per an stricken with leprosy suffers herSuperintendent to allow this school to in need. self to be burled alive the disease will cent better meat, and more slices to be opened, which was readily granted Onions, potatoes and other root crops not descend to her children. There the pound. Try it and be convinced. because of the fact that the entire fackeep best in cellars In which the tem- was In the northwest provinces of InYB. Ball. ulty had attended an institute in other perature Is a few degrees above the dia the wife of a gardener on counties this year. whom The opening of freezing point. Squashes Fresh Oysters. and cucumthe school was delayed because ot the bers, however, will keep longer if they the loathsome malady had fallen. ChilFresh oysters in the bulk; also good inability to complete the building soon are put where it is dry and rather dren were born to her. The disease er. warm, a condition which is usually grew worse. She imiortuned her hus- celery and fresh fruits of all kinds at band to bury her alive. He at last, Zimmer's. The people of the Buena Vista con- found in the pantry. yielding to her prayers, .summoned his solidated district have taken the initiaWe are making cement Block slab?, For the northern portion of the corn son. The two dug the crave, and four tive in the matter of providing means belt, where it is nip and tuck to ma- neighbors assisted at the sepulture. So Pier block, chimney blocks, yard fence of transportation for the pupils who the woman died. These remarkable live at a distance from the school, tak- ture a crop between spring and fall facts were Investlcated In a magis- block any design or kind. Call and see. frosts, it b an Important point to seGarrard Milling Co. ing a step which will doubtless be lect for seed ears those that are low trate's court nnd were fully proved. in the near future in other sec- growing and early maturing. This London Mall. Do You Want A farm? tions of the county. Some time ago means that the succeeding crop will be A Tree and a Millstone. they voted a tax for the purpose of de- of this general character. If so write or see W. T. Ewing "Sometimes nature turns to an un- Harrodsburg, Ky. Splendid farms rangfraying the cost of transportation of Cowhorn turnips are not only valua expected use the handiwork of man," ing from $50 to $100 an the pupils to and from school, but afacre. f ter purchasing four handsome closed ble when plowed under as n green ma says Dr. Charles G. I'ercivnl In his nure, but they bore down deep into the book, "The Trail of the Bulldog." At wagons for this purpose they found the soil and tend to make it loose and fria- Sheldon's mill, near South Dovoro, X. I have three good farms amount at their disposal would not be ble. Furthermore, they make use of Y., there b a very comfortable seat of sufficient to defray the expense for potash and phosphoric acid, which oth- stone around a huge tree which puz- to sell at a bargain, if sold more than half the term; they immedi- er plants cannot utilize, and thus their zles visitors, as the stone is natural in the next days. Apply ately called another election asking for decay is useful to the soil. without a single break to show how It got around the tree trunk. The story to W. T. King, the aucan additional taxation of 25 cents upon In estimating the returns from any Is that a discarded millstone lay on tioneer and the $100; the election was held on last estate Saturday and the citizens of that local- given prospective enterprise it is well the ground for many years and a seed to cut the highest estimate in two. In blown by the wind dropped Into the man. ity demonstrated their interest in the will often core of the stone and grew there, finalthb case cause of education by voting the ad exceed thethe actual results more moderate expectations ly growing Into a tree, filling the hole ditional tax, having votes to spare ov- and satisfaction be felt, while If the In the center of the stone, and ns the Farm For Sale. er the necessary two thirds majority, returns are considerably less than the tree grew in size the stone was graduMy farm of 77 acres, situated on the we nope in tne near tuture to run a higher estimate there b sure to be dis- ally lifted, making the unique seat. Lancaster and Richmond pike 1J miles appointment cut of the edifice, the wagons, faculty from Graded School J mile from Public and pupils. Same, but More of It. School. Within 2 miles of 4 churches. The president of an electric company Sitting In a Broadway restaurant the All in grass, but 15 acres. Good who lives near Libertyville, 111., had A Loud Hias. other evening were two young women improvements, splendid orchard a Bob Footlite (actor) Failure? I on exhibition thb year at the Lake should think it was! The whole play county fair a display of vegetables who had not met for four years. One bargain if sold in the next SO days. Burdett Ramsey. was ruined. She Gracious! How was that be bad grown with the aid of of them had grown stout, and the othcurrents, which were sent Paint Lick, Ky. Route ?. that? B. F. Why, at the end of the electrical the soil by wires strung at in- er had admitted that she wouldn't have through recognized her old friend under ordiInst act a steam pipe burst and hissed tervals. The vegetables that are pro- nary circumstances. They me oil the stage. sat silently duced with thb electrical stimulus are looking LIVE STOCK MAKKET. at each other for a moment, remarkably large nnd thrifty. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, when the heavyweight inquired of her Hair Hints Oct 8 Hog Cattle Sheep Some pretty good authorities on corn friend: CATTLE: Shippers i7uO$)7 75 "What are you thinking about?" Worthy The Attention Of People Who hold that the fact that an car b not Botchersteers extra 7 7S7 85 "I was Just trying to see whether covered clear to the tip with kernels Good to choice 4 73gt7: Wish To Preserve The Hair. Is no reason for discarding it for seed your expression Is the same as It nsed Common to fair 4 ts j to be," said her friend. Helfsrs. extra 6 75(2 7 10 Never use a brush or comb found in purposes, their contention being that "Just the same," the girl with th Good to choice the plant stnrted orrt to produce a lart 75 R 5 public places, they are usually covered 3 (KKS I J3 ger and more vigorous ear of corn than avoirdupois declared, "only more of it" Common to fair with dandruff germs. Cows, extra 6 25 Xew York Globe. 50 the soil and weather conditions preShampoo the hair every two weeks vailing permitted. Good to choice 5 50 6 2i This Idea Is not in Common to fair ,,,, 2 00 5 15 with pure soap and water, or a good accordance with the advice usually Land and Water. 3 0u4 00 ready prepared shampoo. It cannot, of course, be said for cer Canners given as to selecting for seed ears only BuIIj balognas & SO 8 15 Use Parisian Sage every day, rub- those that are filled with kernels to tain that wo yet know the greatest Fat balls s oe6 JO bing thoroughly into the scalp. This and over the tip, but there seems to be depth of the sea. But Sir James Ross CALVES: extra 112-g jo 11 delighttul and invigorating hair tonic, some reason in It nevertheless. once took soundings 000 miles to the Fair to good large 4 50 10 which R. E. McRoberts & Son sells in westward of St Helena and found the Common andpackers and HOGS : good CO batchers 8 'w a large 50 cent bottle, is guaranteed to The "miracle" mhpnt., nhonf which n depth to be Just under six miles! And Mixed packers v ......... 8 858fci good deal appeared in the papers a the pressure of the water at only 1,100 Stags quickly abolish dandruff to stop hair 4 rn falling and scalp from itching or mon- couple of years ago, Is said by some yards Is equal to 15,000 pounds to the Common to choice heavy fat sons. 4 Wi& 7 5 who have been investigating the matLight shippers 8 Surg 0 ey refunded. Pigs, (110 lbs and less) ter to have come originally from Egypt square inch. 4l08 0i Altogether there are about 147,000,-00- 0 SHEEP: extra To put life and beauty into dull, dry It being 4 ot 4 10 taken from that country to square miles of water on the earth Good to choice or faded hair and make it soft and Russia and thence to Alaska, whence 3 5os vo to 49,500,000 square miles of land. Common to fair 1 75 fluffy surely use Parisian Sage it is it was brought to thb country. One j jj -n LAMBS; extra one of the quickest acting hair tonics Oregon farmer who has been giving London Globe. Good to choice 7 io 7 60 .lJWM this jy&eafc a Jest reports, .a .yield of known. Common to lair 4500; W iAMnf m GARDQi J ' V elghty-rou- r - xi. ' m & SALE:-Phaet- I fol-ow- t-- 30 real 15 i7 r- - c...y. rii - i i '. -