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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 17, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913101701_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 17, 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 TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. CEINTJELA LANCASTER. KY It is going to take severe weather to kill Lancaster's building boom. J- - PURE RELWWh, UmARNlSITED 'DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVl ZNMEZ'l. RE COR NUSBSX FRIDAY, OCTOBER H 1913. Proper!. Has-clde- 8. It is now about time to look around for a New n G STOVE. We have just gotten in a full line of new Cooking1 Stoves and Heaters. our store and look them over before you buy as we think it will save you money. So come to We sell the famous Avery Farming Tools and the Owensboro Wagon. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks Closing Out 109,000 Feet of High Grade Pine Lumber at a Cut Price for 8 and 10 foot lengths 12 and 16 foot lengths 30 days. 1000 feet at $14.00 per $13.00 at $15.00 per 1000 feet per 1000 feet Sheeting all lengths at J. S. DUKE, Grab Orchard, Kentucky. verted it into a Always The Garrard county jury summoned Club rates for Magazines. Leave or- n welcome visitor, it is just twice as to Mercer county to try Thomas Devine ders at Stormes Drug Store. welcome now. charged with incest, returned home on Mrs. Dollie Brown. Wednesday, having found a verdict of Colored Institute At Danville. guilty at ten o'ciock on Wednesday Butter at 25 cents and eggs 23 cents The joint Teachers Institute for the morning, the veidiet carries with it the this early, causes many a vision of Thanksgiving and Xmas cake to fade. colored teachers of Boyle and Garrard indeterminate stntence of from 10 to 20 counties is in session in Danville this years. Mr. Norman Grow was foreWith a prospect of 15 cent coal, we week, and the colored schools of the man of the jury. Tnree other indictdoubt if the advent of the coal man to county are idle this week in consequence, ments are pending against Devine. one replace the ice man will be a welcome to enable the teachers to attend. for incest am! twj fur murder. He is change. also to be tried for lunacy. Several of The rumored change in our mail serOwen Hendren Injured. the jury were of the undoubted opinion that he was crazy. vice created quite a furore until notice Owen Hendren the bright little son came of the rescinding of the objecgs. of Mr. T. S. Iler.dren, sustained a tionable order. broken collar bone while playing "sheep The wedding of Miss Lillian Duchar. Local dealers repci t a splendid sale meat with some companions at school nan L"ave!l r.i:l Dr. of seed wheat and rye, which indicates n Wednesday. His injuries were drcs- - mailing!!, was r.:ulilully the sowing of a good tcreage despite lcd "y a pnysiciati ana ne wis able logo venii-g- , y at the prettj to bisJiome. The many friend or this country home. Ma; le Grove, of the dry weather. the' bright boy are anxious that bis injuries brides father. L.d : Wi.liam Wi.lden ' ; .. . .t If vou have the slightest doubt as to ."o nut ,,ruve serious unut mat tie may ' of Danville, was the ofiiciatirg clergj- the purity of your drinking water, boil ,00.1 ie unie to resume Ins jtuuies. man. Miss Emily Huffman, of Ciiicin-- , it. An ounce of preventative is better i nati rT.'ered a delightful program of than a pound of cure. He'll Get Justice. music and Prof J. W. Iietend, Mrs. J Officers came over last wetk and G. Carpenter and Miss Hoffman, bang The Garrard county teachers are loud in their praise of the treatment summoned two venires of Garrard rJendflssohn a Lriiiul uiuius The house was decorated with arches of southern accorded them by the people of Dan- county jurymen to go to Mercer county from which to select a jury in the smilcx, while ralm. loirs i.r.il bay ville and Boyle county at the trial of the famous cs.se of the Com- leaves, were effectively Uicd throughInstitute" last week. monwealth against Thomas Devine, ac- out the house. In the parior, ropes of The sand for the new filter from Red cused of criminal intimacy with his smilax were brought from the four Wing mines shipped on October 1st, own daughter. A jury was finally se- corners to the center, trom which an has not yet arrived. However, with cured and the trial is new in progress immense wedding bell was suspended, no water to filter, there is no particul- The case is one of the ugliest charac- and undr this the bridal couple sto id. ter, and no man would voluntarily The two beautiful young bridesmaids. ar necessity for haste in the matter. choose to sit upon such a jury, but Misses Margaret Harding, of Danviile, Several nice stringfe of bass and new- - some one must serve, and the Garrard and Josephine Carpenter, of Stanford, lights were caught from Dix river by county jury may be depended upon to came first wearing simple girlish local fishermen last week, and old pass impartially upon the question of gowns, and earning pink chrysanthetimers who long since despaired of ever his guilt or mums, they were followed by the innocence. mauing a eaten in tnat stream again groom and his best man, Mr. Eugene "have the fever." Pendergrass, of Fort Smith. Ark,. Building Continues In Lancaster. The handsome little nephew of the V The "town cows" have commenced Judge Lewis L. Walker is making bride, Leavell Rob'.it Smith, was the 9 their annual depradations upon the extensive improvements to the propercarefully kept lawns, which usually ty recently purchased of F. G. Hurt on ring bearer. Tin bride entered with follows the closing of pastures, and water street. Mr. Ross Bastin is add- her bister, Mrs. Michael Robert Smith, the complaints that are coming in to ing another story and otherwise im- of Fort Smith, Ark, who acted as matron of honor, wearing a gown of pink Chief Herron are loud and numerous. proving his residence on Hill street. ch.timuse, draped in .shadow lace and Ed C. Gaines has completed a hand &arl Farra and Guy Davidson returnwearing pink chrysanthemums. The some porch which adds much to the ap- biide wore a gown of white crepe ed last Friday from a fishing trip to pearance of his water street home. the mouth of Rockcastle river. They Harry Elmore will at once begin the moteor and lace with peurl trimmings, her veil, worn off the face, was of report the Rockcastle as beingin splen- erection of a cozy cottage on a lot re- tulle caught wi'h orange blossoms. did condition but the Cumberland too cently purchased adjoining his fathers She carried a shower bouquet of lilhes clear. They had fairly good luck for property on Danville street. In ad- of the valley and bride the short time they stayed and succeedloses. dition to the above mentioned improveThe bridal couple left for White ed in landing 17 "good 'uns". ments, there are several of our citizens Sulphur Spring. Va., and will later be contemplating building provided the at home to Queen Of The Coffee Urn. their friends in Cincinnati. weather continues suitable. The bride is beautiful, not only in face Miss Marion Coyle, the efficient but in disposition, and we are sure Dr. I demonstrator of the Phoenix Hotel Mail Service To Remain Unchanged. diallings is wormy ot me prize ne has Cup coffee, will serve this delicious The order changing the mail clerk from won. The popularity of the couple drink at the Malleable Stove demonNo.9 and 10 to the day train and depriv- was manifested by the numerous and stration of Haselden Bros, on Oct. 20 ing us of mail service on the night train costly bridal piesents, among which to 25th. If you want a good cup of as reported in our issue of last week was a chest of silver. coffee and other delightful eatables, A reception followed the ceremony, was correct. The order was received dont miss this opportunity. byPostmasterWest and was the first he while frappe was served throughout knew of such a change being contem-- 1 the evening, The guests from a dis- Say: Mr. Farmer Save The Difference. plated. However prompt complaint tance were; Mr. and Mrs. J as Swope, Buy your coal from us. Exclusive upon the part of our citizens and busi- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding, Mrs. agents for the famous Clover Fork and ness men resulted in the prompt re Mary Dobyns, of Danville, Mrs. Mat- Pluto Cannel coal. NONE BETTER. scinding of the order, and there was no ' tie Craig Mayes, Springfield, Miss We also have a full line of Gilt Edge disturbance of our fairly good service j Willie Leavell and Miss Smith, Wil- nd May Bell field seed. They always in and out of Lancaster. We will con- - more, Mrs. Rella Hemphill. Nicholas- grow. tinue to receive and forward mail on j ville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walden, Mr. Bailey & Lewis. both the night and day trains, just as j and Mrs. Jackson Davis, of Danvilln, s I The place to get a fair deal we have in the past. and Mr. J. li. Strack of Cincinnati. semi-weeklJ 2t LeaveSi-Stallin. s ' fir. Iblizch .' Sells His Farm. Mr. John F. II izclaw of this place n S. C5. The automobile season is considerab the house and lot on Bufonl has hold lo Mr. H. G Pettus of ly outliving the baseball season this street now occupied by H. C. Simpson I'reachersvillc his liamlioine farm in that locality, consisting of 175 acres at year. for $1750. ?75. per acre. The property sold is one A slight skim of ice and a big white-fros- t pf the prettiest among the mr.nv pretty Base Bali Serson Clones. greeted early risers Sunday home in the I'reacher.sville vicinity. morning. The Philadelphia Americans on last Carman Transferred. Farmers and stockmen in the coun-- a Saturday defeated the New York NatMr. li. C. Girp-i.-n v. ho for th ionals in tln dreidirg frame fur the rust try are again complaining oi scarcity 1....1 i... . na-- i .... World's Championship for l'Jl'-S- , anil. i " " u.f iun on I lie It. of stock water. also closed the buse ball for C. frm S'anfoid Ma sville, has? been 'tra "feired to Ixiioxv.llr r.p.i! il! m: Bro. Beagle will fill his regular ap- this yeiir. M,. t.vec'i Knoxvilic and O.sLin. Mr. pointment at the Baptist ehureh, Sun Carman w.is an ellkviit mail clerk nr.i Leader A day morning and evening. h clever gentieman, and many friendj Editor Sanders Orr of the Harrods- - in Baptist Ladies Aid will have an exLancaster will regret his transfer. burg Herald has purchased a control change at W. B. Ball's store evciy ling interest in that sheet and has conDtvlne Gets 10 To 20 Years. Saturday. Everything good to eat. H. Pavne Buys J. H. Payne purchased of - n t. EpSf j& Semi-Weekl- CL"Ti ? P8 ... ... I -- If it is a Range or Cooking :.e:;:l,or Heating stove you want get my prices, I will save you money. u Ur I ( I "Tri-Coun- ty && Q m INI SLJ E Qv 7a a Good Meal To- day, Tomorrow and Everyday? !ii i i Boy Your Groceries if and MEATS from i Davidson & Doty Phone 181. -- I -- ec,-.t' 4 -- ' - t pr 'Win iii iMm&mmL$Mk 55sSS.5;2S't5?5555.,S3S?? C? OC - 3ES1 3fZ TW Si- - DEMONSTRA TION OF leoblei i K &m . -- jmg one-ha- E Mr f Splendid Bill of Fare During the Exhibit. One six and lf quart No. 8 Aluminum Tea Kettle. Price $3.50 A Souvenir given to Every Lady. iiii:r WW Preferable Alliv&ts 21 iU7ft0UTHBEND 06T0B&R 20, 22 tSSHH 25th One eight-qua- rt Aluminum Preserving Kettle. Price $1.75 You and your friends are invited to attend this Demonstration. Meet the Malleable Lady. Meet the Malleable Man. See the Malleable Range. HASELDEN 5'-- ROS. Set of ALUMINUM $10.00 of seven pieces, given with each Range during the Demonstration. ' v The Central Recora, rriday, Oct 17, 1913. This Two Horse Studeb'aker Wagon and Three other Premiums Given away FREE at my store Saturday, Dec 20, 1913 Studebaker Wagon. 2nd PRIZE One box containing 100 pounds 1st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se yTragre"" vpn- r" i m incorporated. $1.00 ws0mem&sssssnissBs &x&$&s&&s& a1 My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. The Central Record Issued Weekly. they wouldjdonate a per cent of their sales on those days to the road fund. All of this shows a commendable spirit and one worthy of emulation throughout the Commonwealth. In the absence of a sufficient amount of money available from the county fund to properly work the county roads, and the urtrent necessity starintr us in tho face that these roads should be worked, we consider the plan a good one, provided our people will take kindly to it, and about the only chance in sight for the proper working of the dirt roads of the county this year. A turning out of all the available help along the various county roads for two days of intelligent labor on these roads would surely work wonders, and we doubt if anyone who took part in the labor would even be sorry for the time and trouble expended. We hope that in the course of time some means will be devised for providing for the working of the county roads without the Governor having to issue a proclamation or the people living along the roads being asked to turn out en masse to place them in a passable condition. However, in the meantime the problem is grimly star ing us in the face and it is up to the people whether or not they will assist in the work. What will be done in Garrard coun ty? 1 S Esgsajpyc&g pelled to resort to the use of horse meat as the Frenth. Mr. Taylor gives vent to the following; "because of the decline in beef cattle production, the French and Germans were compelled to fall back on horse meat several years ago. The American people will have to do the same unless immediate steps are taken to populate our Western ranges with cattle. The supply right now is far below the demand. and conditions are getting worse Dogs Among Sheep. G. Burnside gi terial District. To The Yolers Of The Lancaster Magis- The P3g?23SS3 Worst Has The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. Cone. Continued , Country Siare To Clwage Omwis, I am a candidate for the office of Magistrate in the First (Lancaster District) of Garrard county. I am J. . ROBINSON. Editor. sixty four years of age and have reR.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. sided in this county many years. 1 am a farmer and stock raiser, and have Entered at tbe Tost Office In.Lancaster, KT- Mall Matter. achieved reasonable success at my a Second-Clas- s chosen calling. I believe that who Member Kentucky Press Association holds the office of Magistrate should be daily". and a sober law abiding citizen. I am a Eighth District Publishers League. total abstainer from the use of alcoholic beverage?, and I have never in my Tobacco. Lancaster, Ky., October 17, 1913. life been accused of or arrested or in Some of our farmers are about ready dicted for any offense against the law Rumto begin stripping their crops, and Recording Of Deeds Gives Rise To I believe further that the magisterial Rates For Political Announcements while there has been few offerings and office, having as it does to deal with ors Of The Building Of Dix River For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 no sales, it is tacitly understood that the administration of the law and also 10.00 )r County Offices the Garrard county crop will command the interests of the entire county and Power Dam. 15.00 For State and District Offices a good price this i ear. the citizens of the county, irrespective 10 The recording in Mercer county last of their political affiliations, should be for Calls, per line 10 week of sixteen deeds to as many pieces For Cards, per line Another Ocean Horrow. of property to the Dix River Power For all publications in the interOn last Thursday the Volturno bound Co, gave fresh impetus to the rumor est of individuals or expresfrom Rotterdam to New York and hav of the early construction of an immense sion of individual views, per. 10 ing on board 22 first class passenger.?, power dam across Dix river near the Garrard County School Fair. Exhi'oiiion iine 05 538 steerage and a crew of 95 was re- mouth. A press dispatch fro-- Lancxs- Obituaries, per line To Be Ha Id At Court House Novported by wireless to be on fire in frtl i e rtrn tf tlin ilnili' numitc ni'im f Every vessel within call ing so far as to give a list of the towns ember 8th. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lushed to the rescue but upon reaching which would be fumifhed with power the scene were prevented from render- from the proposed new plant. Preparations are well under way tc ing immediate assistance because of make the Garrard County School Fair, From thr incipiency of their move- -' the prevalence of a high wind which ment the Record has kept in close which is io be held in the Court House rendered it impossible to get close touch with the promoters of the proin Lancaster on November 8th, a great enough to the flame wrapped ship to be posed dam, and when there is anythirg sjecess, and from the names of those It is hard to believe that any one of any avail. At daybreak on Friday tangible or definite to be published in teachers who appear actively engaged under ordinary conditions could fail to morning the wind subsided and life regard to it, we will most assuredly in promoting the entei prise, we have i no doubt of the result. enjoy life in October. The earth, in boats were enabled to take off the give our readers the benefit of it. The Fair Is3t swinging around the circle of its orbit, survivors. As was the case in the inyear was a marked auccsss and many In the meantime, these promoters has come to a point where winter and stance of the ill fated Titanic, details are keeping exceedingly quiet and are improvements will be added to the com- For State Senator. ' ng exhibition. summer almost balance. Sunny days, were meager for days and days after giving out absolutely nothing for pub- -' A good band, good followed by cool clear nights, make us the catastrophe, speakers and many other attroctioms but thus far the lication. We hope and believe that CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. feel vigorous and happy, we smile and deaths are placed at 135 and the num- the Dam will eventually be constructhave been secured, and it is hoped that Of Casey County. say "the weather is about right, we ber rescued at 521. The rescued are ed, but whether or not it will be, we I everyone interested in the cause of hope it will last". Revived by the on board of a fleet of steamers attract- are unable to say, and in the absence ' For Representative. education and the upbuilding of tue bracing air, we forget the heated sea- ed by the Volturno's frantic call for of authentic infonnrtion on the subcommunity will lend their assistance toJ. R. MOUNT. from politics, and that the men son that is past and "whether we look help, and these steamers are bound for ject, we will refrain from surmises or free ward the success of this years exhibiwho are elected to these offices should tion and encourage it to become an or whether we listen, we hear life different parts of the country.and until the publication of any information of an For County Jndge. g in untrammelled and with no politi-ci- annual event. murmur and see it glisten." Our they all reach port it will be impos- indefinite character in regard to it. debts to pay. We give below a list of the officers of CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. minds readily respond to nature s gra- - sible to get a detailed list of those The office of magistrate demands the the r air and also a list of the ex perished. ciousness, and now is the time to make saved and of those who Why Do "Delegates" Never Come To services of a man of sound business hibition for which premiums will be For Sheriff. resolutions, for it seems more natural sense, dealing as it does with the dis- affered, and next week we will publish in this month of renewed vigor, to say Lancaster? C. A. ROBINSON. Our Consolidated Schools. bursement of large sums of money for a list of the premiums which we hope I will, or I wont do this or that, at any Lancaster sends away as many "del- the maintenance of roads and other and believe will be both liberal and following from the editorial colsummer s neat wilts our The rate till next for County Court Clerk. I promise if worth seeking. needs of the county. firmness. umns of the Courier Journal is of such egates" in the course of a year, in proelected to be governed by the need3 of Garrard County Schools Exhibit Nov. J. W. HAMILTON The roads are dry and firm and the interest to our Garrard county friends portion to her size, as any city in the United States. Scarcely a week pass- the people and their best interests as 8th, 1913. equestrian, pedestrian or automobihst, it gives us great pleasure to reprint. For County Attorney. I shall recthey may appear to me. can enjoy life to the utmost. The "Garrard county's second consolidat- es but we chronicle the going of some ognize no favorites or pets and have 1. Best Exhibit handwork from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,and 8 grades. CLAY WALKER. GREEN beautiful coloring in foliage, in scarlet, ed school has just been opened at Lancastrian as a delegate to some kind any promises and will show 2. Best Handmade Apron. yellow, green and purple, please the Buena Vista. The honor of starting of a gathering. She sends them to not made no favoritism to anyone. 3. Best Handmade Shirtwaist. For Jailer. eye and add to our enjoyment as we the first institution of the kind in the everything from the colored folks U. absolutely The day and time for the voter fol4. Best Dressed Doll. All clothes ride through an amber light, which county is enjoyed by the town of Paint B. F. Lodge to the National ConvenDAVE ROSS. lowing blindly the footsteps of a politi- to be hand made by girl not over 13 seems to fill the vault of heaven, even Lick, which some time ago consolidated tion of the various political parties, to own pecuni- years of age. all the meetings of the various societies cal party as against their to the undimmed blue sky. We caught two district schools and erected a For Assessor. ary interests has past and gone by, and 5. Best One pound box of candy. which the ladies have, to all the meetthe chant of the birds "going, going, building. I appeal to the voters of the district, DAVE C. SANDERS. 6. Best Picture frame by boy of any gone" and the tie is strong that holds The people of the Buena Vista com- ing of the various lodges, both white irrespective of party affiliations to grade. us back. munity have taken a step in advance and colored, and in fact there is not a yield me their support, for which 1 For School Superintendant. 7. Manual Training Exhibit. of Paint Lick by providing for the gathering of any consequence anywhere 8. Exhibit of Drawing Including in the country unless Lancaster is rep- shall be thankful The Mexican situation is growing transportation of pupils to and from MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Very respectfully, maps. more deeply entangled. Pres't Huerta their new school. In the beginning resented by one or more "delegates". 9. Best Speller. J. C. Criscillis. And yet the delegates are always For Magistrate. has had a number of the members of they voted a tax for this purpose, but Adv. 10. Best Declamation. the Chamber of Deputies, which cor- after they had purchased four wagons going from and not coming to Lancas11. Best Business Letter. 1st District. remaining funds ter. Why is this, can some one tell responds to our National Congress, they found that the Ye Editor Honored. 12. Best Essay on Agriculture. Crop JOHN N. WHITE. thrown into prison, because they op- would not be sufficient to defray the us? Surely some of these gatherings Gov. McCreary has forwarded to Mr. Rotation Farm Management etc. 2nd District posed his will and has issued edicts to expenses for more than half the term. are desirable, both from a social and 13. Best Reader from Second and J. E. Robinson a very elaborate comLOGAN ISON. the Powers proclaiming himself in Another election was called and the financial point of view. Are we not Third Grades, Selection to made by the by a handsome majority elected prepared to accomodate such gather mission appointing him as a delegate charge of the various departments of voters 3rd District. teacher at School. the Government. In fact this high to tax themselves an additional twenty-f- ings, or would it overtax our ability to to the "Fifth National Conservation JOHN S. HAM. 14. Best Practical Problem. cents on every $100. worth of accomodate even a district Convention Congress" which is to be held in Washminded gentleman seems to consider ive 15. Best Exhibit of Seed Corn. Ten and ington D. C. on .November himself the "whole thing" in this property in order that the transporta- of some infantile society. ears. We are of the opinion thatrwe do not 20th. We are authorized to announce the country of many rebellions. However, tion programme might be carried out 16. Best Exhibit of Pop corn Twelve he has doubtless involved himself and in accordance with the original inten- get these gatherings because we do following candidates for city offices. ears. Joe Pope Leaves For New Mexico. not make an effort to get them, do not his already deeply troubled Republic in tion. 17. Best Exhibit raised from the For Police Judge. In our opinion no end of fresh trouble, and his high The citizens of these two communi "go cut after them". Mr. Joseph D. Pope and family left Lester Bryant Seed Corn. handed methods will be frowned upon ties in Garrard county are handling we are amply able to take care of a on Wednesday for Deming N. M. E. W. HARRIS. 19. Best Loaf of Bread. by the Powers. The United States the educational problem in the right great many gatherings which we could where they will reside fcr the present J. P. PRATHER. Four Premiums will be given for the was quick to voice her displeasure at way. The consolidated schools will get were we to make an effort. and probably permanently. Mr. Pope eight grades as follows: First and atan opera house, courthouse, We have his actions and in a terse note inform- give them better teaching, larger goes for the benefitof his health. It is S;copd, Third and Fourth, Fitth and ed him that it was not our desire that tendance and increased efficiency all and a commodious school auditorium with sincere regret that Garrard county Gov. McCreary has issued a Proda-matioSixth, Seventh and Eighth. designating Friday and Satur any harm should befall the imprisoned around. It costs a little more to do which could be utilized for religious gives up such a good citizen, and it is Organization. day, October 24 and 25th as "Good men. Huerta was quick to assure this these things, but the consolidated and fraternal purposes, and surely we sincerely hoped that he may rapidly Division No. 1. off for hotels and boarding Roads" days, and following the pro country that they would meet with no school is worth the money. When the are better regain his health. Prof. M. L. Caneer. Pres. Miss clamation Commissioner of Highways, ill treatment, but would be tried for results to the community are summed houses than othsr cities which cater to gatherings. Then why not get More Fine Stock Shipped From Garrard Margaret Noland, Secy. Mrs. J. A. up the good school is cheaper than the these R. C. Terrill has issued a call to the sedition. Arnold, Treas. Miss Margaret O'Hearn, President Wilson is about to despair poor one. The "deestrict them? Let the Slogan of the very County Road Engineers over the state Messrs James I. Hamilton and Rob- Rural Secry, urging them to assist in getting the of there being held fair elections in skule" with its one teacher and its next delegate you send away from Division. No. 2 Mexico, and it begins to look very lamentalle lack of all things calculated home be "Come to Lancaster for your ert H. Henry left Wednesday for the people out on these days. Miss Lucretia Skinner, Secy. Prof. seem to be meeting with much as if the friendly relations be- to inspire the student has outlived its next meeting", and we will guarantee southern market with a car load of These calls approval all over the state and are tween that country and this would be usefulness and is no longer equal to that you will eventually land something. fine horses. Mr. Hamilton whose Isaac Hacker, Pres. Miss Virgie Carter, creating more or less enthusiasm in speedily severed. the needs of a prosperous and progresThese gatherings of themselves may destination is Memphis, takes with Treas. Division No. 3 sive constituency. different localities. In one county the not be of any material benefit to us him seven splendid hirses for which he Miss Emma Sowers, Pres. Mis3 Lena Representative-elec- t Garrard county, there is no doubt, immediately, but they will serve to ex- paid $225. per head. Mr. Henry takes has expressed his high cost of living has been said The intention of donning overalls and as for some time to be serious, verv ser- will have other consolidated schools in ploit our town and county, will serve with him his splendid stallion "Rex Kinnard, Secy. Miss Mary Barr, Treas. Division No. 4. sisting in the improvement of his ious, but what makes us sit up and the future as an outcome of the school to let the world know that we are "on Helton", also one of the best bred Prof. R. A. London, Pres. Miss Delia county. In other counties merchants take notice, is the startling announce- improvement at Buena Vista and Paint the map" and eventually we will be young Jacks ever taken from this have expressed their intention of clos- ment of Mr. Melvin Taylor, of St. Lick. Consolidation is not feasible many times repaid for the hospitality part of the county and two nice horses. Tinder, Secy. Miss Allie Hendren, of the St. Louis everywhere, but it should be striven we extend to the strangers who come Mr. Henry goes to Eldorado Ark., Treas. Miss Annie Holtzclaw, Ass't. ing their places of business and parti- Louis, where he should find a ready market Secy. cipating in the "work, and in other in Stock Yards Co , that unless something for in every county when conditions within our gates. Miss Minnie Johnson, Gen. Sec'y. for such desirable stock. At any rate let us try it once. stances others hare announced that is donejmighty quick, we will be coru- - warrant it." num-ber,-n- ot . n ' mid-ocea' I al com-modi18-1- 9 a year. Dogs invaded the fields of Mr. James at Point Leavell on last Saturday night, first attacking his flock of sheep and killing eight of the being satisfied with this, or else preferring either a change of diet or a diversity of sport, they charged upon a flock of geese and destroyed eight of them. Mr. Burnside hearing the commotion went out with his shot gun and succeeded in killing one dog, all that was to be seen, a handsome collie, the property of Smith Burnside a colored man of the neighborhood, Mr. William E. Vhittaker has the business of Mr. Roy W. Down Of Lancaster Water Sanders at Xina and will take fnwm I sion on December l3t. Mr. WhitSaktr Works Plan!. has disposed of hta b'ael snath shop The supply of water in the local water ami pool room to his broth r Mr. Her works lake has held out nobly, but there bert Whittaker. Mr. Sanders has ' is a limit to all things and the time has as jet decided vlnt he will do, k come when Mayor Logan and the City will doubtless engage in business oh Council deemed it advisable to at least where in the county. cjrtail the amount of water taken from the lake daily, and to conserve as much Will Harris Undergoes QperattiR. as possible the meager supply remaining. With this end in view they have Mr. William 11. Harris, the oJdc3t discontinued supplying water to the Ice son of Judge and Mre. E. W. Hwris f Factory, the two m.Ils and the Light this plae, who is agent for the L Is riant. The proprietors of the Li$:ht N R. R. at Paris Ky. RtulerweBt t rlant have a pool which contains a limit- slight Gyration at his home fast week ed amount of watei, on their pre- which kept him from his daties fr mises, and with this they will continue several dos. His man? frlecds be to operate the plant until 10 o'clock P. will be glad to know that ha & dsi M. until this supply is rexhausted, or nicely, and w bile yet confined t t until the coining of rain in sufficient hospital, is able to sit up sad wiB k quantities to replenish the supply at tl.e out in a few day. lake. Closing i Drought Forces Partial Crp Repof t Issued Ocisfer 19, 1S1J. Tho condition of crops ts of Oeteler improved during the month. The condition of ecru is given as 7U.7 ikt ctnt. Much of this eera is now going into shock, and the report it November 1st will tnow a gnl estimate of the cnp. Sine bo sweat cf the touacco has been heuked, the efforts thi rronlh wen to find out the condition of the crop 33 far as hfntiaa; was conferred. VI ptr ceat of tho Dark Tobacen is already in the heme ami is caring fairly well ad indicated ii a condition of 83 per cent. 72 per cent of the Bf.rley Tobacco is In the house, and tha condition is indicated aa SZ per cent. The gereral impreaskm gathered from crop corre?pomieiits is that the crop of tobacco will not bo either a large one fi5 per ceat of a crop. nor will ',t be one of extra quality. The crop of wheat has not bees) put in the ground as early as Usual, only 53 per cent,having been sewn October 1st. Indications are not for a large acreage of wheat for next year. Dry weather has interfered very materially with the sowing. The greater per cent of the rye crop has been sown as is to be expected, but most of this will be plowed under in the spriajf after having been used for a cover crop. The condition of the garden hi still poor and no improved conditiantf can be expected thi.- year over the as shown, which i 48 iwr cent Pastures are still in poor shape, the general rains not being sufficient to materially altei the condition. Blue-grapastures are given as 70 per cent. Orchard grass is given at 77 per cent, clover at 03 per cent and alfalfa at 7C per cent. The percentage of winter apples is small being given at CO per cent. The turkey crop is below the average, reports showing only 83 per cent. The percentage of ducks is 8S per cent, percentage of chickens, 90 per cent. In this report the Department has undertaken to find out the percentage of cattle as compared with the usual vear that are going into lots this season. The dry pastures, scarcity of water and scarcity of feed would necessarily cut down the number of stock kept for the winter. Indications are that there are only 72 per cent of cattle on feed. Hogs on feed also show a marked decline from an average year as indicated by 71 per cent. There is practically a unanimous complaint from all sections of the State as to. the scarcity of water, shortness of grass and lack of feed. Farmers are urgeJ to sow cover crops particularly rye, barley and hairy vetch, for winter pasture in order to save feed bills. Those farmers who have silos have been exceedingly fortunate in being able to save much fodder where the ears of corn failed to materlize. It is hard to find a ray of sunshine in such a bad crop year as this season has proven to be. However, if our farmers take advantage of the lesson thai this has taught, it may prove to be a blessing in disguise. If this drouth only teaches the farmor the value of a silo and the value of cover crops for winter, Kentucky may yet be richer as a result of the drouth. J. W. Newman, Frsnkfort, Ky. Commissioner of Agriculture. ki - com-diti- ss The Centra! Record, Friday, Oct i'WMII ! 17, 1913. d- Page 3 ses of fowls i j-u- i- waeagwcwggjgatjJHH 'mjanrai e- - 2- - .. - U ia. jf.r W0D;.tr? av-- E AND OR SHaVi.' la j SLIT ::v::-ia- l 0 - .M- - PNEK.' Freeze 5 j8l Jlk P& fOaWPPK . - lllJrrlf . m : (C&-5L- r & ?- ,j& I ! V?jXi4f. JiL c2 in Sljls If Blue's Sxc: nt Lit4 otK- Many Ills Desjiite Dr. Waiskf. to 'iJmediss CIvan for FwJltVy Handy (i Around. ft Ki5 -' VT : (N.wYorkTribu.e) , . : ,aarfA,aNaMassfis. 1 flfer-rv iU V--L -)M-W&&&&&W- M?''irj5ivvtg grrillg;; jgygg&. ,Bf gliJSgJL;iSKMfe 'sqSJ BL'i'aay?ffi3aR5153jBSK L3fcaUi3LEL '- j7Sa:i? 'g'ry u jste. m CT&S . y;-- F Li O u,ow ll? w.o:nun.r. eilucrnfcve toeewupuiea.itsinuieir B sl:ir,s or wear h 'o11 Rowings n lurn .s,n w .".;::.: "b l . . . 7v"M.,,,,7;:r..i' "a;. .... . . Tor cases of Marrhoca, a diet or boiled rlee Is o eilent. A 1. t!e vac placed on the Usn- Tuo 1 excellent for pin. n English cure for roup Is three or camphor on a plsce of turn aad regulate tho bowels. Citrine ointment Is recommended 18 U mm ion aayj 2 m For Infants pt I Children. - - i HI promote digca- - '"' prt 0? fa-?.- . -- m ?m . Always Sough? C 1 iB li fi VhVSSSvfVUSrxrsRi - ,.7- -" " ja-X&i- HV "iJjeVf 1 f' J L"----ss: --!; Hi r3 -- 'sJItirU wear ..v-- "Nearly all th. women who affect the thinnest hud of 1 "wmo mate One part cedar oil and two parts an ointment, d recom-soruhea- cr chlck- - M I W.iTci?2f.i.J-X T Bwif V" y t . V -- iC iz: r' A '9 l ! " ' .' A M 1 V n m aw oolte2S ffet it now., 1 wU .L w I t JfT Futtrne: on ouyms" a winter coat is simply depriving yourself of the added pleasure that comes from being among the first to appear in the new fashions. So bmr your winter coat now and buy a Wool tex coat. Ksaft - UMatJ y jx ln c "u 3 ,i-- " teaspoonful of fenugreek dailv lliev .vih to ftvoid catchinsr their dead: In .Ue sclt fcd. for ten fowl 5h v. ' rvf .w.Iil i. "" 'J" 1i.i .".ulit- tit V7.r.r t.'.'irlf Wi.iii. callent for digestion. . K en stoixiiig?, lis their grandniiitiiv.-rChopped up pumpkin seed Is snid to be a good remedy for tape worms ry did or sew up tbf vent?. J41 Yh.n Hie ctanrof Dr. Ulue wjisjc- - u poultry. .n rypeatcd to a fah:cn mt'.utr- - i3 Another preventive of bowel trouble a tcaspoonful of P, ity she shrugged herdi iu dessaidid. a gallon of drinking Venetian red in uater. th-i- r fei "I'm aii-jitli.'j'il uch tto-..trouble In Is of ton iiut S of cold. than,....... it isn't only tbe checked by mixing a chicks graaTated little ... c I'i S.iirtd Uldl MlUUiU C .USU 11IU OlllCUil charcoal In the soft feed. R Gonoral to vrorrv .1 joji wanton's healtii. Nothing 1b bttter for a badly tore i II one wishes to b fashionable this comb or wattles than to wash the sores with whiskey; after which coat j ' winter slio will h i.'e to freeze. "Blouses expoie tbe tnroat, skirts with vasellnp. For constipation, ten drops of cxposu the ankles and tome of the new of magnesia to each pint of head. Wom- drinking ciovn!e33 bats oxpje tbe water is recommended. en can hi induced to wear fur about I'm afraid a.iktota TO EXTRACT FOWL'S their throat, but SiMCVS vuuld nut meet wtlb much success stockiuga oh, t.everl" and woolen Operation Is Hot Easy at Beat and Is Extremely Difficult for Arsy Ins.x-periencsd Person. 1.5 ' & . ..-- .'4ir .Wc '7': - ' : Sears the Ciignatnre ."aCLaS H-iij- of I we:l-kii'n- tii jti. ffA fwVW a. - ftWf fas Ji QT 13 j .- d !'..... ujf . r-j.-.- AA JJ v if .a - .- -, ilpr. ti--!- i' ." sul-!a.s- te H5?w . tiou; SiFatk.fit-'!K- InelvSjctoatf; jn s ?V B Sinn Vi'c r .25 ii Ft i ' L .W' JB3.ftwriL-nz?rlLos3 or Si jz?. Off' , For coaio wny3 of preparing a fo-- .l It Is adv!rub!e to remove the sinews Mrs. Annie R.own Iies returned from ( ef the bird, but this is an a vial to re iauve m India, epulis ind j (bat is not easy at best and that is. Kntremely diCcuIt for an inexpe:!-- ' Mrs. Ann lobinnoii. of Lancaster, is oscud person unless he or she mfgit the guest of nei'distor .uia. Jas FraccL. Mr. N. Slays loft lat Tuesday for a I I visit to his brother and other relatives I? 1 i'iM F. R-- - iI t : I"i f YOU ??'.!&&. .- - jESBtvi ror iiver 3. V. miny lears 3 , r-.- - CISS.- T- fmErti Fo.cj K .rr.. 1 V U P t O.. I H& CRT. WJa&Arrr?sg t Cchjv cf Aia-jrr- . gggsgBswgiasFtgjrg THCCENT.unCOhPAHV, J3B& l at Kiihol-isviiie- . fffi OfirttJ Nil bjr Tie 1L Ctic!: Co. Ifo.S'll T,Jn !j Mitliirnr5sln..l aiiltMii'ifi llpr.lu ti 01 I'.e . i.k-:- i . nit In; U'wlui Ux- t.i.rit utihur la .ir. ... r lull fvenlus .'"ifi'in." T! e !.r. rl oul-I- r nil I 1 .. r nt- rtrrt in t n tf tftrikhli ti I mutrit Mi--.'.: r il rloth. Full- in .1 Hal'i lf nu:.ie .f j.UIt. or lv a foi- l- z Iwliiif ..r Im ur'o. .8tusUaiiii. ly lou in iitirr s.i. ! - firs. N. ?4ajs is in Ukhsioi.d the guebt of her daughter Mrs. Wilson ail friead itiicrt Sailer. Miss Lillian Cochran has returned to ' ler home at Lancaster alter a visit to .icr aun M.-s- . Walter Giin. Little Misses Een.ico and Hasc Champ of I.aucr.itt r upeiit s.rveral dajs Airs. last veei; with their grand-mothJas Champ. er A CAR LOAD OF I g ! tll I A ,. 3i sew ?afe ai? j mL rx t3 Mrs. Jennie ISair.sey. and children, Mrs. Sallte ilcCormack, Jdr. and Mrs. O. Goo.lloo aiu-ndeservices at Manse Sunda a.id spent the day with Mr. and d A Extracts Fowl's Slioews. have one of the devices invented by! a New Hampshire man. To a bus at-- ; tached to the nail are tern rl.iur arms.) c of them stationary and the other yiewingiy amxeu uy a strong spring. A horizontal arm that is hinged to the wall near tho Coor is attached by a chain to tlie spr.ng claw arui. Tlie '' chicken's leg ia thrust up through tha spring arm and the claw made fastto the stationary arm. Prssiuro of ' the foct on the Lorizontal arm beiow T'Ji's the fowl down, but the sinews 'at Ie?d from the claw into the leg; aro stripped cleanly from the flesh. i '4 ? i& tt ilLff Si iff KVl KM &?y 13 1 is : vf. s 5 j taaSw I n Mrs. E L Woods. :i .Br.-- s: . sffiscKasrsasEEr viz. Misses Mary and Alma Lear attended the U. D. C convention at Winchester of ..lit wet k at d were also uieiuls: in Lexington and Louisiilu hc-- i ire r. turning home. vi.-ito-rs JUST ARRIVED. We can now fill all J1 OCTOBER-NOVEMBE- R Mis Coiton, BH-- s Coltop, ' 'ouir, and San' ,Of Heal Estate And Live Fiancihco Califorr.i Jim Co'ionof play- -' i. Games were ed Cream, Lemonade, Jiints and Cand'es Stock. were served after which each one tot-Having decided to change my loca- ed his o.vn march mcllon. About thirty tion, and to engage in other pursuits. children and their mothers were presI will offer foi rale at public auction ent. relative. Public Sale. On Wednesday af tei noon a most en-- ! jnj.bie outing wrs given in the. "Woods" by Mrs. It. N. ficasley to her' 9 jfL orders : ; a ' PROMPTL We have also - "s .? ' jf j last seemed the aB 18 a I on . 9w S 1 P a at THUKSDAY OCTOUr.K 2;!, 101H KIICKMI!. A C Miles was in Nicholasville Sat- Bottling' Rights for some of the best 3D iity drinks on tho market. MiBt-GBl- During the Monlhs cf October srd November Ycu Can Get THE LomsTilIe BY MAIL . One Year $3.00 Six Months $1.75 And You Car. Have the ! of county Ky., my fine Blue Gia&s Faun of 192 acres, well improved and in a high state of cultivation. This farm is well watered, has a nice 7 100m dwelling, all two large tobaeco barns. I j comparatively new. good stock bam and entire place under good fence. ' The live stcc!; consists of two paiis of work mules, 9 head of joung mules, yearlings and sucklings, one driving mare and one driving horse, one 2 year old colt, 2 suckling horse colts, 31 head of young cattle, 4 good milch cows, 45 head of hogs, including several good brood sows ith pigs, 130 barrels corn, 25 tons good mixed hay, baled, 270 shocks fodder, 10 acre;) tobacco, an extra good crop and ail kinds of machinery necessary to the cultivating of a good farm, including wagon, mower, ' binier, drill, plows, cultivators & c. The farm will be sold promptly at j 10:o0 o'clock in the morning, and will be an absolute sa'e without reservation I S my farm two miles west urday. Little Raymond Hurt still. remain3 very i'.l. Healthy chickens need no modiciie cr stimulants. Reading, breeding, feeding and care ' -- B Sanitary Bottling Lillard Miles was 7ith homo folks will bring success to most any pout! J I last week. Mrs J S Gilbert has returned from Louisville. Mrs Nora Teater lias returned Crab Oichaid. from tryman. Tlio honhouso should be very care fully cleaned during the hot weather of early fall. !!! ssszznrr-r?.-'t- jswitsasa Mr. Willie Ray who has been quite tick is improving. water, and wash their drinking dishes every day. ee Give tho fowls plenty of purs, fresS I ! z - Mrs J H Dean of Brvantsville guest of Mrs A C Miles. is the; For head lico, sweet oil rubbed in is not so haish as kerosene but Just as effective. V - . .iL"Jf" "wjBiir " y.'lj . 5- 2Mzmm rmrs 5fcP5SS'K' Jsw.x.-ar- 9QS$8& Mrs liorine Rav is in Crab Orchard, the guest of Mrj L L Sanders. ?Cothing Messrs A C Mile3 and Hugh Kurtz attended court at Stanford Monday. Master J W Burton of Rryantsville is with his aunt, Mrs Robert Burton. Mrs Dollie Cotton of Madison Co, was the guest last week of Mrs Chas logins poultry house than the use of i.'aaty of whitewash. The surplus sour milk can be utll- izca in no more proiitacle way than by giving it to the hens. makes a- - cooler, cleaner--1 Obey That Impulse! I ' I cr by bill. m j.vcra -- jJrJm Ha --- & .., SW ra CS5 13 G&sJs ttSCOXCL In addition for rv.2 year, if you will add $1.00 to the y.rice nsircd above for TrE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIESZS iu the best after- 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 notes bearing G i with good negotiable per cent interest from day of sale. For further particulars call on or ad-- ! j It. C. J5H0WNING. dress i Uryantsville, Ky 1. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Cotton. Mr Frank Kurtz and sister Miss Onie, of Harrodaburg, are the guests of Mrs Hugh Kurtz. Miss Lucii'.da Carefulness in dressing poultry pays for the extra pains taken. Tho plnfsathcrs must all be removed. fowl by the feet, head down, and work the powder v. ell into the feathers. Over-exercis- In applying insact powder, hold the Tha fine joy of Auto mblle ownership may na.v Ld yo:ir3 for. prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who have awaited the coming of the right car at the right price. . Carter and brother noon dily paper published in the xutii or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in ell hillersbdrg i female Home college Girls. hillersborg. ky. Aa Attractive School For things. It prints ALL the news ALL time. This special bargain offer is good only subscriptions sent to THIS PAFER not for to The Louisville Times during October and November only. the Send Subscription Order At Once, To us. No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of cultuie, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Courses. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany, Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last session for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburg, Ky. even a young fowl. A good breast is fni- - n inl.li l.nlf (hn n Mesdame3 William and John Wheel- - .f0.vj er of Nma, have been the guests of Mrs Nath Bogie. Keep plenty of wator before tho among the ducks Mr and Mis Kemp Walker, and little ducks. Suddcu death can often be attributed to a lack of daughter, EKzabeth. were with relatives v ater. in Madison Co last week. Trcquent dumping and burning of Mr and Mm Rjbert Burton and Mr and Mrs J S Gilbert attended the Trots nesting materials will thin out vermin wonderfully. Smoke out tho nest boxes at Lexiugton Thursday. ever the firo thu3 made. V Mr J P Prather and daughters Misscj Whitewash ia cheap and easily preBessie and Eunice, were guests at the pared. By the use of a coal oil emulhome of Mrs Mai Carter, Sunday. sion from time to time the wiping out The death angel has visited our com- of the vermin colonies may bo munity quite frequently of late and on its last return it visited the home of Mrs Iva Teater and plucked the sweet iittle flower known as Lucille, who was a bright little member of our Sunday school, where she will ba greatly missed. The funeral service was held at the Methodist Church, conducted by For Infants and Children. Rev DeMoss, who in referring to the n?o Kind You Have Always Bought death of the little child, said that she was not dead, but simply transplanted, Ecars tho that she lives today in that beautiful Signature of heavenly home above. Earl, have bten vi&itiug Mis Luther Raney at e Ld. toughens the t'.enh of Model T Runabout . Model T Touring Car nlodel T Town Car with Full Kqiiiptmeiit f o. b. $500. 9750. Detroit. H. L. ELSIN, Agent For Garrard Co. JBtt2zz.-rrrsr.Tizx lLHLJC3abJ -- rta." T.. .1 fl...VBiW re-.. ft- -' 2 UH 1 &- - ti 6 iZ' 'fc. r " lLa Flowers Give us a Trial. JT m and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. cm&. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. i I ugo 4. The Central Rewru, rriday, Oct "Auburn Hair Girl" moves Dandruff Re- 17, 1913. roDOSHTson iffey For I Sakes aiti Cure Eczema lht . t s ' The "Girl With Auburn Hair" Represents Parisian Sage, The Most Issi F 19 II 1 11 i d Mt ran theory of cur- trmil.V-- 1 nt cone Sinc the ing eczema tliroiiKli tiie blood had teen menu as biyhly sua tliia for we kaw Uuit 1m jj j, v.e. Knen up by scientists, trany dufcrent D.D.O. steps the .n... ..i Uu.L That m t. miU ( a have been trml for tUin dlseusfs. want you to give D. I.D. a And Invigorating Hair Tonic. tlieae sjlves t3 ctkuru to prove it. But It 1ms lwi-- f.nnd Of eurs all other drng-?3tonly clos l'' pore iin! cunnot ienetrotr bavt. to tt-- inner rkla Ih!i..- - the e;iuenM D.D.D. PrewrijitteB go t: them it y . Parisian Sage surely removes danIwlgxl. ! are i sirr-cofre to tbcre tlio na'lpip' t sr ititut'. dom't W'pt awr.' druff with one application makes the y bisf l This the come t oor at- -, wa a- Hot if probably tlio lr.'i.niIous tuc- hair soft, wavy and abundant. It sojema'jmtMnhi vot nhtt D.DR ia io (arfvi Lancaster, Ky., Sept 6, 1913 cess; or the well known llm-Inf -i cleanses, cools and invigorates the Pursuant to an appeal by the Pro- emtdy. oil of vintersroen. thymol. Klv- tbnt we offer you a fwlt staa botfi i 7f arante corin. etc.. as compounded in L.D.D. tw takes away th you te not ftad that scaly. Itch AT i&CK. it gressive candiat"s for County offices in prrscription. V. remelies for skin coats you not a cat, have sold other If you have dandruff, it is because Garrard Coanty, Ky., published in The the sculp is too dry and Hakes off. Central Record for the last two weeks, It. E. McIJobtrts & Sen. Nourish the scaly with Parisian Sage we the following candidates of the three Pleasant Fair Election Turned Down. e p'-z- I K- - political parties, whose names appear , && below, to be voted for at the coming srni aNovember election; realizing how much it means to our people to have an elec My tion at which there are no corrupting influences usd, and also realizing the IN 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 I am back home again for to the people of Garrard County and Office Hints. among ourselves that we are unalterbly OT! . a while, after a seven v --Never send articles for publication opposed to the use of any corrupting ; i months tour through the without civinir thv name, for thv name iniluences wliatever and do bind our- often secures publication of a worth selves to use neither money nor whisky advertiiing and South nor will we allow ittobeusedby another less article. our election. Thou shouldst not rap at the door of in any way to secure selling my Indian Reme-We also further affirm that we have a printing office, for he that heareth My trip was a dies 5?"S;at' roTi.'. thee rap sneereth in his sleeves and not in any way used any corruptiog 4 influences whereby we have bound any looseth time. great success, selling Thou shouldst never read the copy person or persons to vote for us or any more ;nfc(!icine,doiag more on the printer's case or sharp and hook- other candidate at the coming November Q DAKOTA .JACK, ed container thereof, or he may knock election. The North Western Cow Iiov. advertising ami getting Referring to the above agreement you down. better results than ever. I am getting hundreds of letters, Never inquire of the editor the news, which was drawn and signed by the testimonials and praises from all over the United States in for behold it is his business to give it Progressive candidates on Saturday the to thee at the appointed time without 6th. inst, to which they are pledged, we regard to my remedies. My remedies are all on sate and express our great disappointment on asking for it. always will be at It is not right that thou should ask account of the fact that this appeal has E. Stormes, and R. E. McRoberts Soitj him who i3 the author of an article, been utterly ignored by all of the canfor it is his duty to keep such things to didates of the other parties. Lancaster, Ky. By their failure to come forward and himself. When thou dost enter his office, take agree to stand for clean elections, heed of thyself that thou dost not look where no corrupting influences shall be Pursley's Indian Herbs that's making my name famous nil at what may concern thee not, for that used, they proclaim to the people of over the United Stales, for Bluod, Rheumatism, Kidney, Liter is not meet in the sight of good breed- Garrard County, that they are in favor Stomach, nervous and female trembles. A 45 dajs trentmcnt Sl.i. of present conditions now existing ing. Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment f"r all pain and iefc-proofsheet within our borders, which all good Neither examine thou the price 23 cts jMr pottle. Dakota Jack '3 Creme Soap for for it is not ready to meet thine eye, people regardless of past party affilia Shin, shaving, shampooing and bc.th 3 cakes 2o ct.. tions must deeply deplore. that thou mayest understand. Prefer thine own town paper to any We are standing, in this elections, rgiBJr&lirSill "rHJ.; X3I'&':& other, and if thou hast not already not alone for the offices, to which we done so, subscribe for it immediately. aspire, for if that had have been our Pay for it in advance, and it will be only motive, we should never have been before you at this time, but we well with thee and thine. I are standing for principles, which even our opponents must acknowledge are Serious Error In Lancaster. just and right. Lancaster Citizens Will Do Well To Proe again express our deepest regret at the stand taken by those gentlemen, fit By The Following. who are asking the good people of this Many fatal cases of kidney disease county to elect them to nil the various stage be m m have reached an incurable understand offices for the next four years. We . cause the patient did not had a right to have expected better the symptoms. Even today in Lancas- things from our opponents, when the ter there are many residents making very foundations of this Government the same serious error. They attribute today are being undermined by just Booth's Hyomei their mysterious aches and pains to such conditions as exist in this County. kj We, therefore appeal to the people of Has Benefited Thousands Of Catarrh Suf overwork, or worry, perhaps, when all the time their rheumatic pains, back- Garrard County, to show on which side ferersWill Do The Same For You ache bladder irregularities are most they stand; whether they are in favor probably due ts weak and ailing of conditians as they now exist, or Or Money Back. kidneys. If you are ill, if your kidnejs whether they are in favor of conditions The Hyomei treatment that has ef are out of order, profit by this Lancas- for which the Progressive party is We are HEADQUARTERS for School contending. fectively benefited many thousands of ter residents experience. Supplies everything the student needs Signed: George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, sufferers from catarrh, bronchitis, in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, husky voice and colds in the head is Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly con- - J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for RepThe roofing that lasts as long as easy and pleasant to use. Just pour a lirm all that 1 said some years ago resentative, straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected the building and never needs few drops in the inhaler and breath it praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They do J. B. Bourne candidate for County Judge t, I assortment of Vfi J Is repairs. in no stomach dosing. YfcA-JsAsaThe healing. all that is claimed for them. I suffered R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. h' They won't bum, crack, JVy- cuil or ret oothing and antiseptic air will reach a great deal from my Kidneys and back. t - 1 ?S every nook and crevice of the mucous Pains through my loins extended to my John. M. Duncan candidate for County hue wood shingles, nor hae Ihey the Clerk. great weight or brittlencss of stone slate; I used S3 membrance of the nose and throat; will sides and over my kidneys. G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. besides they are inexpensive and iook better than either. surely stop crusts in the nose, raising Doan't Kidney Pills and my kidneys be John Green candidate for Assessor. Self-Filli- ng of mucus, hawking and that choked-u- p came normal and the pains stopped." For Sale by Price 50 J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate For sale by all dealers. feeling. It will quickly allay the Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, inflammation and banish the disease or cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buflalo, District No, I. money refunded by R. E. McRoberts & New York, sole agents for the United R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, Philadelphia, Pa. the widely known "pen that fills itself." District No. 2. Son. States. This pen is particularly adapted for students' Ray candidate for Magistrate A complete Hyomei outfit, including Remember the name Doan's and Harrison District No. 3. use for either classroom notes or home study. inhaler and bottle of liquid, cost only take no other. $1.00, and an extra bottle of liquid, if J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply afterward needed, is but 50 cents. R. JIANSE District No 4. dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little E. McRoberts & Son. SWM MUM MeMBMWBMlRM "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It Miss Mary Beazley has returned to What Will Truth Say cleans itself at the same time. A number of Paint Lick to her school. We must not think so much of HAMILTON VALLEY. styles and sizes. Miss Fannie Payton of Rockcastle what ihe many will say of as. We i man who Compounded according- to the Original & ExCo is visiting her brother. Mr Oliver must thing of what the one Mr. Ebb Bentley was in Berea last understands rigbt and wrong, and ot "White-Mooclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie Payton. week on business. what truth herself will say of us. Tho Ccv-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment Messrs Robert Brown and S L Baird Plato. of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. Farmers have all been busy cutting were the guests of Mr E G Hammock Thousands of Testimonials. tho tobacco in this section. one day last week. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-BOOMiss Dora Douglas was the guest of man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Miss Georgia Dillon who has been 1L 3C 3CZ3C 1L The Cowboy Herbalist home-folk- s Saturday and Sunday. visiting Mrs. Wm Brown of Lancaster HUSBAND RESCUED ORIGINATOR OF CHARLIE WHiTE-MOO- N CSETEKIE IKD1M Mr. J. W. Hamilton of Lancaster has returned home. REMEDIES was here Sunday looking over his farm 3731 West Broadway Misses Nellio Beazley and Mary Louisville, Kentucky & SCitKCE SOPE DESPAIRING WIFE Misses Myrtle and Lula Parson was Ross were the pleasant guests of Mrs the guest of Miss Pearl Parson Iabt Josie Rogers Sunday. Mr C W Murphy and family have week. We regret very After Four Years of Discouraging moved to Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Shelton was Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave much to give them up. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Hun-le- y Husband Up in Despair. Sunday. Came to Rescue. NERVES NEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED Mr. and Mrs. Fado Parks of Preach-ersvill- e was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Painful Effects Of Chronic Rheumatism Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter Ebb Bentley last Sunday. from this place, Mrs. Battie Bullock Quickly Routed by Rheuma. BN Mr. Claud Sparks of Buckeye was writes as follows: "I suffered for four It your nerves are all ciippled from years, with womanly troubles, and during the guest of Mr. Will McQueary, Sat M THE BEST PAINTERS everywhere use it because it is a attacks of Rheumatism, Neuritis can this time, I could only sit up for a little urday night and Sunday. Ll guaranteed paint and gives universal satisfaction. Covers m easily get a strong hold on the nerves while, and could not walk anywhereat - more surface, spreads easily, holds its color, wears and disease is all. lasts longer than any other paint you can use. It's Neglect your Stomach This most painful expel, but one of the in myAt times, I would have severe pains Don't RHEUMA hardest known to left side. This The doctor was called in, and his treatUse First Dose Brings Sure, can reach it if given a chance. testimony is positive proof. ment relieved me for a while, but I was Let us show you some frne Safe And Effective Relief. "Last march I was so crippled with soon confined to my bed again. After Forty years reputation Is me any good. color combinations and tell Neuritis in left limb I could walk the record behind Mastic If you are not able to digest your scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I that, nothing seemed toI do you all about the iron-cla- d could not stand, I had gotten so weak Paint. The formula Is on food, if you lack an appetite, if your guarantee under which heard of and had two physicians. Noth and I gave up in despair. every can. You can easily stomach is sour, gassy, upset, your ing did Mastic Paint Is sold by us me any good until I ured At last, my husband got me a bottle of tongue coated, if your head aches and apply it yourself If you and backed by Its makers RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comyou are dizzy, if you have heartburn haven't a painter to do It the old reliable firm of worth menced taking it. From the very first HUE and NERVALINE-$2.- 00 and pains in your colon or bowels, why Peaslee-Gaulbefor you. Co., of rt of your medicines surely cured me. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I suffer needlessly? Louisville, Ky. Mrs. C. E. Hayes, Russell, Ky. can now walk two miles without its Buy now today from R. E. McSold by R. E. McRoberts & Son at tiring me, and am doing my work." Roberts & Son a fifty cent box of 50 cts. a bottle. If you are all run down from womanly nM-J- Stomach Tablets. There is no trated book on "Homes and troubles, don't give up in despair. Try more effective remedy for stomach Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped How to Paint Them." It's Free. more than a million women, in its 50 Pills. is a digestive giving years of wonderful success, and 6hould quick relief; also strengthens and builds surely help you, too. Your druggist has R. E. up surely and safely the digestive & (jpiiffle-jg- s sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recomorgans, soothes the irritated membrsne mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. and increases the flow of the digestive Lancaster, Ky. Write to: Chattanooga .Medicine Co., Ladies' juices. Your whole system is benefited Advisory Dcpt., Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Sptcial and you become well and strong. book, Home R. Jiittrvctloni on your case and Treatment (or Women." tent In plain wrapper. E66-3CZ3C 11 E. McRoberts & Son. -- V UV worth of premiums given away absolutely and dandruff disappears. Get today from a a large 50 cent bottle it supplies hair and scalp need3. Parisian Sage quickly stops itching head, takes away the dryness, immediately removes dandruff, makes the scalp healthy and gives the hair that enviable lustre and beauty you desire. Look for tee trade-mar- k the "Girl with the Auburn Hair -- it is on every bottle. It. E. McRoberts & Son. - &&&&,mx&jdfei M' 5 10 mesas Garrard County, i 3 wdft v'isar. "r- . December 24th. Come in and let us tell you how to secure them. J. 5 Complete Line of New Pali Good Quality High, prices low. Pursley's Indian Herbs s afmm3&Q'we nflnl lap T.LO .ilsrX SIPs uu hsiead &fWbd$&isles orjhte School Supplies Shindies 777 ?7 777 if B irj v SL 55isS, W Gmillmk Fountain Pen "" GOD'S MEDICINES - n, McRoberts in. Drug Sfon COM-CEL-SA- N Mrs. ti I Have You Visited The (i FOR YOVR. PROPERTY'S SAKE- - Mastic Paint SPECIFY IT YOUR CONTRACT "The Kind That Lasts" y Parlors :c iz at the ICE PLANT ???? Mi-o-- Mi-o-- Open On Sunday McRoberts Son and Every Evening B nc ''ass'jSi- - The Central Record, Friday, Oct TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE 17, 191?.. w Page 5 vn?i- t y I high and low for hums we mm" g :'i: soi'U trace of : Iiaut little seaman, but lis had til ared. shiny bag and Money Back for any case of ; almo.- -t as upset us all, anl :..:ira the in turbid iln. Rbcamat'sa, Neuralgia cr Headache (bat Of Land, Stock and Crop. "What iu tii"( ds the m m?" mutterI.ION 'JAY, Ot 70bR 7711, . ed the captain . the hundredth time Solace Fails To Remove. I will sell to the highest and best at 11 o'el- - k in fr t of iheconethouee ;; from the beach, as he trudged jf land biildei on my premises on door. otTei or sale no trael bating scan I.; wry -- iiuaie im-- of SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- tin- - little lion iinn iboiu f ic , lc ted o 'lie. "Ain't got a German Scien. cal discovery of three grou-- h Wednesday, October 22nd, 1913 (J i. v; back to the city? and ' c : iw ii I tists that dissolves Uiic Acid Crystals The Vridow Won f ou don't think that. Maria?" cuiit.n K. The above tract 13 now in ' and Puiifies the Blood. It is eay to The following (Ascribed property "Don't l: nie." admonished Maria grass and well wateied, with never Out My fmm of 101 acres of land, located daikly. "After slaving myself take, and will not effect the weakest failing springs. in GnrrarJ county, on Fisher ford them and an extra high stomach. This land is t.o!d for the purpose of I may say that I neter -- aw It is Kuaronteed under the Pure Food turrpike. 2J miies West of Camp Dick settling the estate of Almira B. Den- Hi' CLARISSA MACKIE a little man that could tuik away such L and Drugs Law to be absolutely free Robinson. The improvements consist.(ton, deceased a sight of food, IS.iruaha.- - aftei slav' of S room dwelling, 2 barns, one ofi T..tfrom oniates or harmful drills of anv t i.irniKnr. II. .. ing myself all the morning, not to a vt .lil.f llt4UL.IIUt.lUL. tiji i,rnQ i.Mi l CLlll MllJ. Ihiy-tf .. lii.l ! .1 t ttttt i tnl"m-r--- i ... tmnt . UeSCniUH.il ......". !,p MnrW?.-,,- . Maria Kiu vas baking wolasf.es mention mnlasM-- lookie- -, becau-- e you h" im -.- II 'orchaid, two never failing springs SOLACE is a pure specific in every cookies while I sat In tile hot kitchen said he wa- - partial to "em. to have ed. way, and has been proven beyond ques-- 1 The farm is sple'ididiy fenced and in a reading aloud from the column or him eat and run iu this way is jest V. A. Lear, S. D. Cochran. "Social Jottlngi'' In the (liiince Ilaitmr downright scandaloit.-!- " tion to be the surest and quickest rem- - high btate of cultivation, in a good post "I don't blame you. Maria," said the fjy for Uric Acid Troubles known to niighboihcod, close to Lancaster. Kentucky . Weekly Echo. " 'Our genial neighbor. Captain captain meekly. n.edical science, no matter how long office and in one of the most fertile OIHce Phone 2. Residence Phone 27 l Hsu, sjnul Thursday in the Maria herself to and fr. fanitanding. It leaches and removes the sections of Kentucky, gieat inetro)olls.'" 1 lead at lust. ning herself with a corner of bur gingroot of the trouble (Uric Acid) and ' At tame lime and place will sell 70 "Tr.i.sh!" Miorted .Mari.i. poiiiii a ham apron. head of 60 lb. shoats; 10 e::lra good purifies the blood. .LYNCASTKR. KY. pan of cookies iiito the oven and Itjlii "I'm going down to the to yearling THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek sows and pis; 7 fnst-clas- s liaek to the table to grease another impure if anybody'- - -- e"ii him. If Main pairs; 3 work pan. nie the Sole U. S. Agents and have mare mules, to be ria I'ltt once !.'ipid an eye on him FOR THE HAIR thousands of voluntary testimonial let- - horses, i, C and 1) years old; 3 yeailing "It's true." I remarked mildly, for ' she would never forget him. Alwajs Unsigbtly matted colorless scraggy cr wJiirii Iiavo hii rpeeierd frnm colls: 1 Mlcklinc colt: 3 woanlinir colts: ! found the Echo fiibeiiuittns In th" reminds me of a camera, that woman milk ; bnr. made Huffy soft abundant and extreme, for It carele&sly tossed a halo does," growled the captain, shrugging Grateful people SOLACE has restored 1 mare and colt; 5 No. 1 Jer.-e- y t ' lf or about into and to JieMUi. Testimonial letters, liter- - cows; 3 Jersey heifers, 3 red milk cows. V" -- n i ' , UEe taxis,za of adventiue fact- - romance life In the lilm-e- cap over his- ll::i co-i-hair. dragging Iu.- white ot daily the his ' most trivial upon re- -' All kinds of farming implements, in- ThJLiT-'V'alure and FREE BOX t removes dandruff, When his st..luart form had disapriuest little I.ouk Island tillage. eliding two horse wagon and couple of Do You Own a take 3 "That's as it may be." retorted Maria peared iner the b.idge by the Hour axvSy J. Lee Morns pres.der . of the First hsiy framc8. di?TC. the ba-in my ch ilr and grimly, "but 'tain't no news to nobody mill I leamsl Wrte i & begins promptly at 10 o'clock the beauty of the hair, it wavy that the eap'n wyiit to the city. Every ool.ed up Into the leafy greenness ot Pure Bred Boar? and lustrous. Dinner on the grounds. Tom, Dick and Hairy in town saw he big paper mulberry tree. "I want you to send a box of Solace Everyone needs Parisian Sage. I W. C ROSE, remained ill till.- - attitude, gazing on the stae. and those that him so off to my father in Memph's, Tcnn., for If not, why not? Try one of inj mouthed and -- taring. Marcellus, Ky. didn't was up lo the station loafing ipv. anl. It. U. McRobtrts&Son. wiiich I onc'ufae 1. Ibis remedy has "Miss Telham! Land -What's Dnrccs and watch your profits grow around when the train went." Col. 1. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. been used by some friends of mine "True." 1 murmured, "but it does the matter?" gasped Maria -- 'iddeiil liere and I must say its action was won"Look!" l.iurmuittl. pointing up- My spring pigs are by Sires ol when one read sound so impres-iv- e (Signed) It. L Morris. derful. of Auaniis Grand Champions and out of sow? that Captain ll.irnabas went to the ward where tin jm'i aas Put up in 25 S0c and $1. boxes. at us from the huh 'great uietropolK It's much more Sline peered f royal breeding Also have a few suggestive than plain New York or hram he- - of the n.iill IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL TS shrilled Mara. And she. ired gilts for sale Entire herd im-- , the city." AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "You air romantic. Miss Telham." too. g.ir'd at th" string. -- Ight. "No Special TAKING SOLACE. . . Ii. 1 - s , Ni. thing was ls:h!e save Ananias niumed against cholera. Maria waggitl her head severely at vif : GC r.S Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST i!e me. "You can see romance in ahno-- t mean little face, and that was does the work. SOLACE ALONE Prices low, quality high. Satis- nothing. Mehbe you can tiud a speek aml drawn v. Ith fright. There was Write today for the free box, etc. about the fan up faction guaranteed of rosy color In the fact that Hamulus something e'n-i.- e Call and see SOLACE REMEDY CO., met that old scamp. Ananias Sliiie, in there It leiiiiudiil nie of the Che-hi- re I 303-8- . ? Battle Creek Mich. Vow York and has Invited him down cat in 'Al.i'e In Wonderland." and I my herd. Phone wondered if Atmii-is- ' face would fade to (jtilueu Harlior for a spell." away as did the cat's, leaving only a . "Ail:iulu Sline heiel" cried 4. - ' "Oh, .Mari.i. that too splen- -- tiille behind It loo'ictl for Mr. Sline'.i did: Ju- -t think of hearing hU yarns was tn'fi Ii'n-- in an a'tempf at first hand of having the Lancaster, Ky. at a s:al!e. lint evert" i.o v and then III captain relating them!" ".More lies. Mi-- s Telham. I don't prominent blue ejes lulled downward encourage lluruahas in repeating thoe to the lower braii'-he- of the tret a.-- if there was something to be feared beold yarns of his shipmate." -', "lias Mr. Sline any relatives?" I ask- neath him. rre.-ented, with inlorvst. I followed hi- - glance and C a somewheio who c "lias for a living and I reckon pro- -- aw. and Maria saw at the same time, and we were speechles- - before the fcV.1 B Vjf xgy vi vides a home for him when he's ashore. iiucornoss of It ail. in a lower crotch ?L He was married once and had a wife, of the tree, her lu'-- supjKirtcd by the but 1 hear she ran away and left him smooth trunk, her feet incased in stocking- - and congress gaibecause he was -- o mortal mean and stingy. I don't blame the woman ters, was tin Widow Howell. Ananias" Most any human being would get tired prospective landlady. Her hawklike ,3 HP of living with a goggle f.wtl cmliisir." nose and her shaip chin almost met in ALLEN'S PRINCESS solves the question of fuel, economy, "A gog'.'le e.veil u.l(i-li! Oh. Maria, wit elilike iienem- -s as she knitted for all occasions furnished by n is he as homely a- - lh.it':" kitchen comfort, time sa"ui:g. clcanlincts i.d (ctKirjisi jcr busily away at a long, red woolen "Judge for your.-el- f. Here heroines!" stocking. iority. Everything in every Princess that other ranges ha e AUGUST E. BAUMER said .Maria snippily as she threw off Maria was the lir.--t to recover tier gingham apron an I iu:in lioil into anil a lot of pntented features others cannot ha c. UnexLocal Agent the trout hall. "Come along. Mi-- s Tel"Hettie Itowell. whatever do you i celled in grace of design, materials workmanship, dtuability ham. Vou'il hae to t.iik lo him uliilf mean by sin h action-?- " she shrieked, i 1 I'm getting dinner" going to tin edge of (he iiuz7.i. where In no other range can you find triple bottom, double wall?, patent Maria's bark wa- - always worse than her head was on a level with that of c!o:-ctand pipe behind water pocket' hot air blast, dish warming her bite. So it prou-- in this particu- Mrs. Howell. lar instance when -- he greeted the dapthe wanner. Mrs. Howell smiled sweetly down Lancaster. Ky. per little man whom her husband in- upon Mrs. Fi-- h. and her ahnn- -t vertical Manufactured only by Allen Manufacturing Co., Nashville, Tcnn. troduced. eyebrows went up to meet her gray All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 "Maria, let me Interduce my old hair. " E shipmate. Ananias Sline. Ananias, pleasantly. "Dear Maria." she V shake hands with my wife. II.i. hum!" "I'm just waiting for my boarder. Ana'J'O 1 The captain smiled delightedly as Ma- nias. Ho thought he"d like to get a Q ria gae pleasant greeting to the little view of the li.il bur from the top of man, who did bear a striking resem- the tree." Office Citizens National Bank. blance to the goggle eyed codli-- h that "Pshaw, Ananias! What docs this Maria had so graphically described. mean?" shouted Maria up Into the a n "I'lca.-e- d to meet yon." grunted Ana- treetup. "What air you doing with s Am nias, bobbing his long head first at Ma-li- jour carpetbag up there and the wid- , e:r- - c - 5 l??r-- ; 3 i oi '.' and then at inc. At last, with a ow sitting here in the tree like a- -a a great elTcrt. as if the mere formalities eatbird- "t of coiiersation caused him agony, he in"I.ikc a cooing dove, Maria ." muttered. ".Vice day." frim--?-. terrupted the widow with a dangerous ,. "I'rolty fair, consideiiug that the smile. V -g3 t? ia-j-t'JA.siJh tSVft . wind's in the east," retorted Maria. "I "Like a cooing dove knitting a red ,. 4 ; si ra ? guess I'll leave .will to talk to Mi-- s Tel- wool stocking." amended M:ria grimi. ham. Mr. Sline, v. Idle 1 tend to din- ly. "I ask what is she doing here. Ananer. Captain, can you clean theui nias?" :"v? ? linow";" "Waiting for me. Mrs. ." said ' "Course." assented the captain cheer- Ananias quite meekly. "Slip came aft5 r,-.V;;,'-- ; v : CVqi rSrA ily a- - he picked up Mr. Sline's shiny er me. she did. sa.xing she'd been waiti black bag and lett it at the foot of ing dinner for me two hour-- ", and when kourbo:; ricitEDY co.. the stairs. "Make yourself comforta- I told her I'd been invited to spend the 8 Knclosed Sett pio; t c! bos t':at wa? cotcC ot ble. Ananias. Smoke if you want to: night here and I toiildii't come to her 8 cltolcra vth yocr Loubon Hog Cbclera Hrra-JMiss Telham don't mind." Th's hotfwa' u:a.o trttad fcoforo us.it jr house till tomorrow, why. she up and & FOR SALE A7 ALL SRIESISTS entirely curol. ei the ropdicne. pJ thi j "Really, t don't object." I said. Hew at me so"s well. I'm a seafaring I ceptloscf cars.ta. .etc. T!iohoi;lE onedbj ri g solMr. Stiles Ewintr. of Jlo'xl ni frt'n, Ky. lie "I've given up smoking." he said man. as you may see. ma'am, and viU be clatlta srivc yoa a ;cstiraoniaI.and ve emnly. 'tain't no hard job for me to get up Cdn cet several rar.re i f ycu wast tlicin. 1 M "Indeed? Since when?" JUNKIXSdUBLliTT DRUG CO.. iuto the rigging when things are hot ago. I've taken a below." Now Ananias actually smiled. ' Bowline Grcea, Ky. "About an hour position in the bank." said Ananias, NLESS you buy carelessly, thess "Well. Hettie. what you got to say? s ir vi eye toward me, "a po- Air you crazy?" demanded Maria anturning a are a tew ot tne leatures that will Sold by HASELDEN BROS. sition of trust." grily. Kirjk" leacl to the I II C line when you rfl;ijCtHf,.irL'; "How very nice. Yon mean iu the "The captain engaged board for Mr. buy a hay press. I H C presses are .Qj$ Quince Harbor bank?" r'Vv Sline from nie. Maria, and. 't.iin't no JBJ elimiprovided with "Ye-'ui- ." RICKMOfil Official Directory Of Garrard County. manner of e for you to try to keep nating dangerous foot-feediincreasing and u:irje,( r- - f I pondered carefully what position him away from my lioti-- e. capacity by even operation; the bale chamber of trust might be unfilled in the village him with all sorts of cookery." she Circuit JiulRi Hon. Ciinnes A. Hardin. Wim h I'M ; I ch001 for Teachers is of just the right height to permit convenient CoM.aimMcjIthb Attoriitbank. Ilun. Kinmvl l'nr- said In her dulcet tones. "He's my . Cr 15 l J" tying of the bales; the bale tension and roller Life pHSi. . 3 At that moment Captain Barnabas boarder, and he's going home with me IIrtStJC 'I . 55r" li "- - tin I. ll PnMi. CireHit CKrl. WIIHain n. ilou. r ' S4.!wiuU of KcnlthrST. ?r tucker make for uniform, compact and attracdrifted on to the porch and sat down if have to stand here all night and ami Rvle Ma-tCommie-lonW. ll.llr'tnn. r in hi- - old hickory chair. ffni . 4p Tjl.!n ra t n tive bales; the toggle joint plunger is the most .. ;. hit- -, wait for him." .. Trustee jHrj I'niul Iteuj. F. Iluliliison. kh "Ananias been telling you about his BwwBSl(riBi f bu bits powerful and simple compressing device ever rrltwlW ntw Maria was pale with anger. "Tako OWelal Court Stei'Dgrjiilier Miss &ue Shelby askc-dgood job?" he Kj,-o-i. used on a hay press though producing greatrTmnt.tjp.. your boarder and go." she said coldly. ti P. i. Ivtf t mV r II Thirl irroJaniir mWt Swt T "Yes. isn't It -- plendid?" (' uty J hI ze A . I) Ford. rr "And I wi-- li you joy of each other." est pressure, it requires least power to operate. ruArdlT. Soiuu r Selwn cytas Jjm 1, 'Tine. Rollins has been talking And she went into the house. County Attorney J K. KoblnoD. "" l. i, H'm Fb about taking on a janitor there-sa- id County rlerl. J. V. Ilumiltuu. Half an hour later I saw Ananias lie could act i.s night watchman, too Jt!iiiy clerk Ilnrry Tuulhison. Sline come down the mulberry tree Coroner J. A. Jo"es. tud thought to myself that Ananias witli his shiny black bag. He cast a cannot be surpassed in convenience, durability, Sherilf tieore 1 IUlIr.nl. was the man for the job. and he got reproachful glance at me as he passed, J'rntlty M.eilff C A. KoIiiiiKi-i- . simplicity, and economy of operation. They t too!" but he followed closely in the wake ol Selioo! j:ia Jeimle Hlg- rnicrintciK!tint will put your loose hay into neat, compact sly glance at nie. of Mrs. Hettie Itowell. Ananias shot a Irs. bundles, occupying but one-fift- h "Thanks to the captain." he murthe former -eor W. ?. C.rner. When we related the incident to space, increasing your available barn room, t mured. .Veiur i; II. Uy. tired Captain Ilaruabas he shook his "Oh. I happen to be one of the stockJailer Jncl. AdmiK. and making it possible to sell your hay in dishead dismally. hHitervisoroT Ku.td: rieielund Ilourne. holders." explained the captain. tant localities at the highest market prices. "I foresee the end already." he murIreaeunr II. 1'. Ilj.lon. will live iu Quince mured. "Ananias has met his "Then Mr. Sline anJi You will find three sizes, i4 x 18, 16 x 18, match 1 remarked. Harbor." MAGISTKATIIS. in the Widow Itowell. She's buried bale chamber, in the and 17 x Wid-jv- r "He's going to board with the J. I'. Bonnie lxt.Dii-t-. two husbands and calculates to plant hay press line, baling, at a most conservative Rowell. She'll make him almighty a third before she dies. I'll warrant 1, kii:; Uouud.lliat. from six to sixteen tons par day. If estimale, UrrI-ncomfortable." chuckled the captain. l.uy :inl. KIgt. Ananias will be the third." your choice is a horse power press, you will be J into Culiilron till, Dist. "Dinner's ready." interrupted Msria, "Fntil that happy release I'm sure I interested by its special features, the pull appealing In the doorway to lead uj to wish them joy of each other," sniffed COUNTY ISJAIID OF KDUCATIOK. power principle, compound leverage, and the ihe dining room. Sfaria meaningly. "They're two of a . Crunlty It. DUt. It was directly after dinner that kind." low step-ove- r. If you desire a motor press, It I) JUOJllltrj 1'iid lUt. Ananias Sline disappeared. For three study the durable power jack. Remember, Ask us to show O. J. Hemlrvu. Srd. Uist. Public Sale ,Dil -- , s TT7 f t CA U. 1 fc.f i SJ. .VOtHXKKHJ- .- '" ? i ! f R. NEXT. -- If you want your liazor honed or a , a-- o'-e- r short-cake-an- d J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalm.. Nice Hair Cut and Shave v.ith .sharp Razor ai.d Clean Tov.ls. The old stand pat barber r: - i I I - ,il,rf HENRY rUNCAN Richmond s Street. !ft. fl. BOURNE I!ar-uab- Auctioneer. Good Service. Phone 35 PARISIAN SAGE Prices Right. A. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. 1 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, &' lV. iS .jd lSn nins Veterinary Office --- at Itainey s Livery Stab!?. -Lancaster. Kentucky and Dentist. Surgeon o-- ak! . 1 .iv:mrTV-sjar7smm-ryir!m-t'rir- ,' J ... ,,'. 'l -- Hfj , f,&!!$ JTL W HI. flW C - Your 1 f- i if p 1 1um Against eg Do you want meals cooked better, quicker at less cost, in a more com- fortabl j kitchen? '"""M'Wwi.ui..lwa W. Morrow, Gr.uUmte Optician ' $. ELUQTT, 1 jey-fuli- n't B. F. Robinson, FLf.15aiSf3 Physician end Surgeon. in-te- nm-tai'- lii Lancaster, ky. Office Phone 6. OfEce Honrj lledidenee Phone Office over 20. ly " J3- - iioratVDrBBfHtor si-t- er dres--inak- es F. Walttc:b DENTIST. Lanvutrr, Ky. Fioral Designs '"lie 65. M. 1 d. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Sentv,ck7. ofnceHour- -;, her-sel- f. Pamt Liclr. S y&gfl eh s with Glass B. Carrier ift t BttDJ 8EJ1 T. Doctors Of Dente! Surgery. I WEfltf Anrk-r-- fi Pfi uiJ Oilier: ''tormf. Rnii(Iiiior.i Hurt .t I urititnre Mm- LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. s HERE'STHEMOG y?-i.5-aV,- .i tn B- - Fi-h- -- ,'. ill! Me VM$i0i i m Sii8(le t3iv -- L'C -h Fi-h- y. Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. ! End Good Reasons YLiy hy Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. yu self-feede- rs, ng u-- Sr. SiBtrnlil. mmgm. MHIj Growers of what we sell. ' H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Ktntackv. - 1 l er m ..: jr . 1 t-- IHC j rresses L.&N. Train Schedule At leccasler, Ky. 1 Aiikive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysviile. connecting at Kiclimoi il with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; )t-!ti- dinbUtiitons 22-in- ch IHC Anunttr?m?ntfi at Winchester with C&O to Lexirfc-to- n & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. & Stanford connectirg at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 23; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyvi.le. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesbcro & Knoxvilit. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. To Rowland No 27; 2:09 p. m. shnitiii & you the Broa-dm- Thomas t. King, Itb. DIst. CITY OF LASCA&TEH. Mayor II. T. Igau. fit JuflRe E. V. Harris. City Attorney 11. Il.Tomliueou. II. K. Ilerudou. City City A'Kessor John M Mount. Cit Treaturer D.A.I liomas. Chief l'ollce I. E. Ilerrou. COU.SCILMEK. too, that this is an all year round machine, for the engine may be detached and used as a regular portable power plant to run saw, pump, cream separator, churn, feed grinder, electric Write our nearest office for full information. Olficn at Cinrinmli. 0.: Ennnille. InJ.; Knon'iEt. Teaa.; MiBslii, Tena.: Kcw Albuj, lid.; FukenW. W. Va. International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) . Tor Infants and Children. ri.3 Kind You Have Always Bought I'rl.er5rejrory. W. M. ZAiione. QS Greenleai. II. C. Hnrr.llrco. B. F. Waiter. Wia.iterr.don. USA Sears the Signature of -4- SF . uify?ZJ-euc64. SAttZZ. a The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N Ii Price J. V Sweei John M. Farra "" W. G. Anderson TED and form and lettering at the right price. THE latest in size, style VERY Central Record. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bards town. Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. j 1CKQX3 6 Card Oi Thanks. The Central Reuuru, rriday, Oct with 17, 1913. STANFORD. Mr. J. W. Clark spent Sunday Paint Lick, Ky., Oct. C, 1913. Winchester friends. Mrs. W. A. Tribble has been quite sick but is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McRoberts and Mr. A. A. McRoberts spent several days at Arcadia. Mr. 0. A. Lackey and J. C. Bailey of Crab Orchard spent Monday with Judge J. P. Bailey. Mr. Oscar Huffman and family of Danville were guests of relatives here the first of the week. Messrs K. S. Alcorn, R. M. New- land, It. L. Hubble and H. R. Saulley were in Louisville Saturday. Miss Margaret Miller, of Richmond, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Embry the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hampton of Lebanon Junction have been with relatives here for several days. Mrs. J. W. Clark and daughter Martha who are visiting relatives in Georgia are expected home in a few days. Messcrs Henry Fields, Wm. Mathen-cand Richard Hampton spent several days last week fishing in the Cumberland river. Mrs. P. E. Kemp of Louisville came up Monday to attend the Penningtcn sale and visit her brother Dr. T. W. Pennington. Miss Amanda Goggin who spent the summer with relatives here has gone to Louisville to make her home with her niece, Mrs. Kemp. Mr. E. P. Woods is still suffering great pain with his foot, however, his doctors think the poison is checked an-that he will soon recover. Little Jamie Craig, daughter of Dr. and Mm. W. N. Craig, has been quite sick. Dr. Craig came home from Middlesboro to be with her. Mr. E. C. Garman left Monday for Knoxville, Tennessee, to take a posi tion as postal clerk on the L. & N., his run will be from Knoxville to Cor-biy n. Editor Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. I want to extend my sincere thanks to my friends, through your paper and my appreciation of the assistance they By gave me in the recent Contest. their help alone I secured one of the handsome prizes offered, and I shall ever be thankful to them and keep each name, both in writing and memory many days hence. Yours sincerely, Nellie Beazley. In Agriculture. f 4$$$,$$x$$'3SS5!S,$ HORSE WISDOM. UNJUST TAX LAW IN KENTUCKY: How Unsatisfactory the Present Tax System Works in Most farmer's hen house One Illustrated Used for Years With Much Success. Building Will Accommodate About 140 Hens and Is Really Quilt In Sections Covered With Roofing Paper. Keystone Double Disk Harrow Mesdames H. J. McRoberts, P. M. McRoberts, W. S. Severance, C. E. Tate and T. W. Pennington were din ner gueits oi Miss same tiKin on Tu i sd ay. L'ltEACIIEKSViM.Ji. Mrs J J Thompson visited her son, Mr F L Thompson last week. A protracted meeting will begin Saturday night at the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Thos Naylor visited Mr and Mrs Wm Naylor near Stanford last week. Mrs Hayden Leavell, of Lancaster, visited her brother, Mr F L Thompson last week. Rev Enghsh.the pastor of the Baptist church, will preach Sunday on "Christian Perfection". Miss Katherine Payne of this place, visited Mrs W M Mahan at Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. Little Allie Mae Dyehouse, daughter of Mr Fred Dyehouse, is quite sick of stomach trouble trouble. Misses Dora and Ella Blankenship visited Mr Fount Blankenship and wife near Walnut Flat last week. Mr and Mrs Ollie Carpenter, of Red They Rock, Okla, arrived last week. will likely locate in Lancaster. Rev Baird, the new pastor of the M E church, filled his pulpit Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mr Wm Shaw and children, of Ches-tfield, Ills, arrived last week. She will be joined later by her husband. The residents of our village gave Rev and Mrs Baird a "pounding" last Saturday night at the parsonage. The good brother received a lot of gocd things and enough soda to start a store. Mrs Robert F. Jordan and sister Miss Lucy Miller, who have been guests of 'Mr and Mrs Walter Jordan for the past week, have gor.e to Pineville where - Rev. Jordan was sent by the M. E. Conference. The following is the Honor Roll for the Preachersville Consolidated School for the first school month beginning Sept. 8, and ending Oct. 3, 1913: The following pupils have not been absent nor tardy during the month. They have made a grade of 75 per cent or above, and their deportment was good. FirstGrade Mamie Jordan, Margu ret Second Dyehouse, Edward Payne. Grade Ruby Cress. Third Grade Dol-li- e Ballard, Victor Anderson, Allie Mae Thompson. Fourth Grade Wm. Blankenship, Wm. Payue. Fifth Grade Iva Thompson. Sixth Grade Rose Arnold, Average daily attendance for the month Males 23, females 32. Total 55. The teachers are asking the cooperation of every parents in the community. Prof. Cyrus Johnson and his assistant, Mr J. B. Hutchins are working to make this the most successful roimi term in the history of the dis ei trict J a lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Wash.'ncton, October 1. Pres'd nt Finley, of the Southern Railway Comto the interest pany, referring in being manifested in agricultural communities in the Southeast, said: "One of the most important advan marketing is that tages of it is practicable for an association com.$xJhJk45S$$JhJ- bining the resources of a considerable number of producers to obtain much PROFIT IN BIG MULES. more detailed and reliable information as to conditions at different market Growing Demand For Animals Propoints than can generally be obtained duced From Draft Mares. by any single individual. This tends to Raising mules for a definite purpose prevent the overstocking of one or more offers an excellent opportunity to the markets while others may be left with man who will gie the business the atinadequate supplies which is one of the tention it deserves, says the National greatest difficulties encountered in in- Stockman. Not so many years ago tho dependent marketing. raising of mules was a slipshod indus"For the accomplishment of the best try, most of them eomiug from inresults in the distribution of products ferior mares that failed to produco among markets it is important that a good horse colts or that were bred on large number of producers shall unite tho not much to lose plan by indifferin a single associalion or that there ent owners. Of late years, however, between better mares have been sent to Jacks, shall be effective and as a result wc have better mules a number of local associations. in"Another matter, the importance of today than ever before. Mules dec-ad- o creased faster in value during the which can not be overestimated, is that than did horses. marketing organization a To produce good mules it Is neceswhich exercises effective control over sary to get away from the old idea fie grading and packing of products that the meaner and the smaller a can build up a valuable reputation for mule the tougher. Mules that are topthe producers of its locality. When ping the market today come from buyers learn that the grading and pack- strictly high class mares of good size. ing of any particular association may The big draft mare produces an excelbe relied upon absolutely, its goods are lent heavy mule, and the 1,200 pound standard bred mare produces a mule sought out and its name or trade-mar- k well liked by many because of his high becomes an asset of value to each quality. The mule's reputation is based member of the association. Another to a considerable extent on his stamina advantage is that, handling a larger and long wearing qualities. Therefore volume of business, the association may high finish, which is generally considered as an indication of quality. Is of find it profitable to devote more attention, not only to securing general mar- great importance in a mule. He gets ket information, but also to looking in- his indications of high quality largely feed. It from his dam to the comparative advantages of deal- from a big jackand get bighis to takes mules from ing with different buyers in the same any mare. He should bo tho best obmarket than can be done by individual tainable. producers. Its larger volume of busiThere is no reason why the next few ness also tends to increase competition years should not sec as great an inamong buyers for its products and crease in tho mule industry as has the enables it, in many instances, to ship in past decade. Of course we can never have as many mules as horses nor carload quantities. even half as many because of the way sel"The activities of a in which mules are produced. But we ling agency may also, in some instances, can and should have many more. For be extended .to matters connected with an unskilled and careless teamster they production. It may, for example, beat a horse every way. They are not undertake the buying of the seeds used naturally mean or stubborn or vicious. by its members, Iookingintotheirpurity The bad ones are made so by careless and germinative qualities and insuring or no training. They don't get hurt. and fit for mule is a the production of the same varieties by Every all the time. worker they arc popThus work all members of the organization. ular and growing in popularity all the "The managements of the Southern time. Railway Company and its Associated Companies, in maintaining a corps of THE MILKING GOAT. Market Agents for the purpose of bringing producers in the territory Toggenburg Breed Noted For Milk traversed by their lines into relations Producing Qualities. with buyers, have recognized the value The goat as a milk producer has long The work done by had a recognized place In Europe. of these Agents is, in itself, entirely co- There are some breeds of goats that operative. They are familiar with the nro very heavy producers of milk. Goat r of organization and methods of! milk is white in color and contains cent buttcF fat on an average and j operation of successful Bomewhat more casein or albumen than selling organizations and are ready &t cow's milk. The fat is so minutely diall times to give information to pro-- ! vided that It does not rise readily as ducers who may wish to organize co- cream. It Is claimed that when milk operative associations for the market- from these milk goats is properly ing of agricultural and horticultural drawn and cared for there is no offensive odor connected with It. products. Pure bred milk goats are very scarce "One of the fields in which in this country. The department of mostef-fectiv- e among producers has been agriculture several years ago took up is in the handling of dairy prothe matter of introducing goats of coducts, eggs, and poultry through these special milk breeds and a bulleoperative creameries. tin entitled "Information Concerning "The importance of efficient manage- tho Milk Goat" was published by the enterprises of all department of agriculture in 190o. ment in Those Interested in the importation kinds can not be too strongly insisted upon. The success of such an organiza of milk goats from Europe have found extremely difficult to secure stock. tion can not be assured by a njmber of it The Toggenburg breed of milk goats farmers getting together and simply which is raised in the Toggenburg valalong certain ' ley of Switzerland has been bred there agreeing to lines. The management must be plac- for centuries. This is a very hardy ed in the hands of a reliable man, either breed and probably has been introa member of the association or an em- duced Into the United States more exployer, who has business capacity and tensively than any other milk breed. who will insist upon conducting its Some individuals of this breed havo operations strictly in accordance with produced five, six and even seven quarts of miHc daily. The period of business principles and keeping its ac- lactation in the milk goat is about five counts with as much accuracy and care or six months. They usually produce as those of a manufacturing or com- two kids at the birth. The period of mercial corporation. By giving proper gestation Is five months, as with sheep. attention to these important matters Infectious Abortion. and by studying carefully the methods Cows lose their calves (abort) from a by which success has been achieved by others I believe that the farmers of variety of causes. However, infectious many localities in the Southeast will abortion is very prevalent in the dairy herds of this country. For this reafind it advantageous to organize cson take no chances. Isolate Immediooperate associations." ately every cow as soon as she shows signs of impending abortion. When RHEUMATISE AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE she aborts burn the calf and Its membranes. Clean up and disinfect all Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Relieved Of discharges. Wash her hind parts with a 3 per cent solution of creolln. Keep Both Afflictions By Using Rheuma. her out of the herd until all signs of discharges have disappeared. San you suffer from any form of Rheu Francisco Veterinary College. If matism, remember that RHEUMA goes to work quickly to remove the cause, Feed tho Cow. not simply to relieve the distress. Many A. cow cannot give n full flow of years' use has demonstrated that it milk unless she Is provided with feed goes to the seat of the disease and ex- from which to make the milk. It is pels the poisonous matter through the wrong to expect something for noth natural channels the kidneys, bowels, us. liver and skin. CHANGE. "For many years I was troubled with Today is not yesterday. We Rheumatism, also with Bright's Disease of the Kidneys. I suffered awfully. ' ourselves change. How can our works and thoughts, if they are to Tried many advertised remedies. After be always the fittest, continue alusing your truly remarkable preparation, RHEUMA, I was fully cured.- "- ' ways the same? Change indeed is painful, yet ever needful, and, if Prof. C. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn. memory has its force and worth, so RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. also has hope. McRoberts" & Son, who sells i't for 50 cents a bottle. to-d1000-1910 4V-pe, I I I The pedigreed sire has been the power In building up size and draft form in our American stock of horses. Early and thorough training makes gentle, safe and tractable horses. If the fetlocks are kept clipped and the horse's legs are kept clean scratches will never bother. There are too few good colts raised on the farms. This should not be. Don't leave this important industry to the horse breeders alone. In breaking a colt remember that It Is an easy matter to overload and ruin him by causing him to balk. Sprained tendons and joints are often the effect of long grown hoofs continually tamping on solid floors. This State i T I Tho accompanylug illustrations Unequal System Ever Devised and Most of the Progressive States show a practical farmer's hen house Have Abolished the Plan Used in which has been in use with good success for two or three years, writes R. Kentucky. R. Slocum of New York In the National Stockman and Farmer. Tho The present state constitution of house Is 12 feet by 48 feet and will Kentucky provides that "Taxes shall accommodate about 140 hens. It is he uniform on all kinds of property," really built in sections, or at and on the surface this seems to be least the arrangement is repeated in so fair the average thinker can find each 12 feet, that is to say each 12 feet has a window and an opening in no fault with it. In practice, however, it has been the front. Tho entiro framework is of 2x4 stuff found to be the most unequal tax sys- except the front and back sills, which tem ever devised, and most of the pro- aro composed of two 2x6 pieces laid gressive states have abolished the one on top of the other. Each end plan. floor joist is two 2x4 pieces laid one Its inequalities and unfairness may on top of the other. The joists are 20 be seen from the way it discriminates inches apart from center. The raft- in certain classes of property and explains why Kentucky seems to have so little intangible wealth as compared with other states. I For instance, cash in savings banks itio draws only three per cent Interest, bonds pay four per cent, real estate notes six per cent, stock in some foreign corporations ten percent, while the tax on all Tfc the same for state purposes, but varies for county Section of Front of Farmer's Poultry House. A Screened Open Front. and city purposes according to the loB. Opening for Hens. cation. Thu3 where the income is only 3 ere are 30 inches apart. The whole per cent and the taxes 21 per cent building should be set about 18 inches it leaves the owner only 'A per cent from the ground on 16 cement or interest, and where the income is 10 wcoden supports. The walls and floor and hard per cent and the taxes 2 per cent are made of pine matched stuff. The roof is per cent. In this the interest is 7 boards planed on the outside suruniform? faces but unmatched. They are covIn some counties land is assessed ered with a prepared roofing paper at 30 per cent of its value, in others 50 which is carried down the hack of the per cent, and in others 70 per cent. house. The window is made of two ordiThe state tax Is the same in all the nary window sash nailed together by counties. Is this uniform? If an honest farmer lists his prop- means of strips along the sides. The storm sash thus made in hinged at erty at its fair value and his un- the side and opens like a door. It is scrupulous neighbor puts a lower value a great convenience when cleaning on his property the former pays more the house. The openings in the front than his share, while the latter pays of the house are covered on the outside with fine mesh wire netting. On less. If the state board of equalization the inside each is fitted with a vered frame hinged so that it can raises the entire list for that county, the honest man pays on property he be made to close the opening at will. The opening is not closed except on doesn't own, and yet our law is sup- cold nights and especially stormy posed to be uniform. days. That the personalty owned by citiA dropping board three feet wide zens of Kentucky is vastly more than runs along the back of the house, two feet six inches from the floor for its is listed for taxation Is a fact; but the tax receipts don't entire length. Three feet of the dropshow it. In fact, certain classes of ping board in each 12 feet is taken up property, such as stocks, bonds, notes by a coop for confining broody hens. In the front and back walls of each 12 and cash have almost disappeared from feet are openings a foot square and the tax rolls, and these evidences of 6 inches from the floor to let the hens wealth apparently grow less each year. go in and out. The nests are placed If the present system is allowed to . remain in force, it will result, as it has In other states, In almost all kinds of personalty disappearing from the assessors' books, and lands and houses which can not be hid or moved will have to bear the chief burden. It has been so in every state where the "general property tax" has been the plan on which property was taxed, and most of the states have been wise enough to get rid of such an unequal and unfair system. The Ohio state tax commission, in End Elevation. its 190S report on the operation of the "general property tax," says: against the back wall over the drop"It is a failure for purposes of rev- ping boards. They could be placed enue or equality. Perhaps not 5 per" under the dropping boards by raisfng cent of Intangible property is listed. the latter. Ordinary galvanized pails It punishes the honest. It rewards the are used for the drinking water and hoppers for the ground dishonest. It frequently results in home-maddouble taxation and lowers the stand- feed. As stated before, this house has ard of integrity." The entire revenue of the state of been very successful despite the fact Kentucky is about 7,000,000, while that Leghorns are kept in it and tho Michigan, with about the same area winters since It was built have been and population, receives $14,000,000; severe. Muslin curtains are arranged from taxes, only a small proportion of so that they can be dropped down in front of the roosts on very cold nights. which is paid on land. In Pennsylvania there is no state This house was built for less than $150 including the cost of some hired tax on farms or homes. There are 7,000,000 acres or unimproved farm lands in Kentucky and yet vast quantities of farm products Small Stock Fattening. have to be imported. That chickens intended for market thou-- ; should be divided into small flocks There are about twenty-fiv- e sand square miles of coal lands in and should be fed heavily on fattenKentucky, and yet we buy millions of ing feeds while giving them range in tons of coal from Pennsylvania, West' a small grass enclosure is the belief Virginia, Indiana and Tennessee. of Prof. James G. Halpin of the ColKentucky raises thirty-eigh- t per lege of Agriculture of the University cent of the tobacco crop of the United of Wisconsin. It has been found that States and manufactures only three1 as a rule the average farmer pays litper cent of it. tle or no attention to tho fattening of These are significant facts and our his market fowls, taking them to mari ket directly from the range. people should consider them. There may be other causes for our A mixture of four parts of ground lack of progress but it is an estab- corn and one part of wheat bran mixlished fact that no state has ever ed with enough sour skim milk to prospered under the general property make it crumbly moist is the ration tax and it is also known that this de- according to Professor Halpin, who plorable system of taxation has always recommends that they be fed only driven out capital, retarded develop- such quantities of feed as they will ment and caused untold losses in pop- clean up in twenty minutes. ulation. The last general assembly passed Rye a Poor Ration. an act amending the state constituRye is the poorest of poultry grains. tion so as to permit future legislation Corn and buckwheat should be fed on taxation which will go far towards sparingly, as they are very fattening. remedying the evils and it is the duty Wheat leads as a well balanced food, of every citizen In the state to vote and barley is a close second. Feedfor the amendment at the November ing too much buckwheat has a tenelection. If it Is not ratified at that dency to produce a white skin, and time it will be impossible to vote on light colored yolks In eggs. the question for another five years and it has been delayed too long al-- J Corrects Bowel Trouble. ready. It is time for us to wake up A few drops of spirits of camphor get in line with other prosperous In the drinking water will often corand states. Vote for the constitutional rect slight bowel trouble In old and amendment at the November election. young birds. gilt-edg- e T f The double disk harrow is designed far time farmers who wish to do two diakings in one. This mskre it a particularly desirable implement for summer fallow purpescs. to keep the proper mulch for moisture conservation. The Keystone double disk harrow is made up tish the regular Keystone disk harrow in front, and a cutaway attachment for the rear. The rear attachment is very acridly made, and is operated with one lever. couvenitU : (be seat of the driver. If the farmer desires to use tfce fccnt harrow only, the rear att.tdirr ent can be easily removed in a few seconds. If desired, the harrow will 'ie fumislwd with cntawav disks in front, thus making a dm:')'- c. awa; h n:tv . Inn hir-rois furnished regularly with i'.e for'earri;ij,e. and In 5, and w ot fa cut. 1 IP! - Becker, Ballard Si-c.Ci.- V- CSb :o. - Bryantsville, Ky. ir.,..: L.'jj!i:. ..; Sunda?, Oct 26th, 1913. Ha -- i:ifuUuwZUb' a- -- gj a iSailijjBli? tifejfSSdi31 Tr,p Round JL 35335 oi sess&sSI&iati SPECIAL TRAIN I"" ? muslin-co- 1 Lvs JUKOTSO? OrTY 5;35am -- trasy ASK TICKET AHUflT FOH PARTICULARS. LmajyatnuWM i Mmw'iim i'is gr Since tl. Iit-e- &il?es Casl Care Eezem - Ii-- t ! none if-can t!:"ory of cur-.- n Menu as li.hly " tl.is foi- - we kaow tbac through the bljctl haa t. ji, . cluTrcu' j zj.u.u. s;i f It: n .1 di t cui'ii ur 'y rclei. lists, jna-i.v.ant yo to give D.I.D. a tnJ. Tfcat wi ulira have Kn tricil for s'.in tfiasoA j 1 foupiith:it tl.ese salves it lias to prove It. "illy dun the pores hint cannot Of course all ethr drarrtsta fer to Ihe 1n:u-- s'.in l!cnv tli- - epi.Vrrais D.P.D. PrescriptfoR go to tjier.i ft jrti c.m"t con to us but lont aectpt wiui' whre tl' cczerrn srt"s a'e IoI-i- I. Th.s tilt rpialitv "f r.t t .iltitiit. bi? probaMy opl ,'ns tho .". ntit if you cc me to oar torr. w ar-s'1 ' " .1 ress of tilt v.ll K invn . y et ,p:n f w hat r.D T Will eir.fdy, oil of winurvno-i- tlit".cl we ofier von a full bottle on in I'IL. If sot find that ftc. as c aian'ee the you ilofixe OffCE; iilm take- - away prescription. .tch AT it you not a cent. We have sold other reuse lies for skin McKobt-rt& Son. R. E. r 1 treni-:v'v.:s V-- fr o 1 s S KCVltWVHOGK and Your Will, Insurance Policy. t n .1 fS T 3 E- -. "? 5 We can serve as your Adininistrator.Guardian.Trustee save you money and worry. e 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 en.'-frrfx- i rr.;j,mtyiiyiJR ,BiaCTBg?WBw I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. J Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashfer. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. I.. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Bent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cocl ran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Lllictt. Directors. VjisrurcLjrwiS7s5XL27sr5sraij.' varssyffj'i R v MTTnciiiN Prpsiilpnt. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. W. O. P.IGNEY, Ass't CashV. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- s r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, KY. Bank r Send Your Work to Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. The Central Lancaster, - Record. Kentucky. - This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. 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. The Central hecoraf Friday, Oct u 17, 291, mMMWMWm-i'i ; I 1 I: 3ssslsi W Page 7 ft 'VTATTf L 3 -1 U VV IT TW fflt3"t"S PHTPT l i l "I 1 Hi ,:- -, lf I B2J fJ t- s I "Safes' e . HI I 3S3LS m ff35?pSai5M t I SE3 J 1 ..... I 1 K-a- To purchase a New Fall Suit or Coat. i tii sla daks' on era PI AfT cLcbissWiis h! lilHiifhn J V . nv it I I J'Jf"Sv : 8fiK",y .gLJgiW b rvrs ST B "aS"- I I - .... W pr I 1 M 1 S.; I . I taPOEien J ' para V a i fi in ItH $10. s (ijk bin I issi; 5 ' rlitf fegihUii IlR iif T II r w - KW i j JJ 1 if ::I"lrf'iiltti" " 1. . i ii fy- - r .Fri 17" ii 1 1 1 Suits Ranging from cj to $30. ???? Our Prices Most Reasonable. Coats Rallying fronT f0 1 ,T.' 7v JSF hi I i .::ei zz- fi -i h $3. to $27.SO. i I f:l ft f" fn pi eS Ii &s i II The aw 0 ba d ta v& -- 2U a d g fes iki r. il. n'j.-vggv.T"T ---r ONE Exclusive Ladies Store in Lancaster. .'v fc. 4X .v,svSLr,',v. K 4 St:--S-:tsStSS- . -- 4? iif,,Sz' . 1 .. m.mwSmm i . . yJrv'y7-rryr?rsc??- 5 ViTJ . r Uo Wrb v w k . v w t a bv Anv Kinr i i t axtia h rf v a r Mr. E'l Morrow was a e vi.-it-r o in ! I Gossip Afe r? eoplez V2? "luesilay. Miss Olive LexiKKton. DtAn was a viHtor in I NS Offir.e at National Bank. Ofiice over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. b! fe vx? Er3S5Sn2S:25ttCSSrtrcca r c.:.r fti.ni:A r 41.. w. . 57 A s r 1 Ge::ijs Ly Tr.ose Wt Are Irttrzsitd !n. .xumwA4ywBTa3BraasP53J J BEAZLEY & COLLIER Fhone 27. g 223SESS2322S3S3n23 Mrs. D. C. Sanders and daughter Christine were in Richmond this week. k Mr. J. B. Collier is spending several weeks with his son in Eastern Ktn- tucky. Mr. R. L. Walker of Nichoiasville. was the guest of L: ucuster relatives last week. j j rzin. STYLE IN HSR 1 r ill fVi VlhV. ??- JCT R. Mount is on a visit to Miss Bettye McDowell and ether relatives at Mrs. J. n- Mr. Howaul Newland. of Stanford, v M f:i;n't .o, o :.,. was a visitor hcie Sunday. Danville on Moi.day Mr. Ed Price visited his brother. Dr. Miss Annie Austin is 1:1 Cincinnati, A. 3. Price at Stanford Monday. for a several days stay. Miss Carrie L'elle Romans was a le- Miss Rella Arnold was a visitor in ccnt vuitor of relatives in Stanford. Richmond 011 Wednesday. s,!ss IiolIa Arnold was a vfaLor ib Miss Lucy IVancis visited her cousin, Mrs. Henry Riddlebenrer at Paint Cral' Orchard last SuLday. Lick. SIra. V. A. Lenr a 'id daughters were Mr G. C. Farris and little sons, left recent vijilors jn Damille. hill!-'- ; ay lor their hoir-- in Denver, Mr. Joe Francis w..a a visitor in Colorado, Crab Orclioru on ast Sunday. ' Mrs. Je.s Tno.nas and children have Aliss Dffie Riij le has been the gaest j leturnad fru.n n visit to her parents in of Airs. Job of Stanford. ' Ma-.sey , uagranse. FOOTWEAR is a positive necessity worn with the an. She insists upon it just as she insists on comfort and east' in her shoes, and if she be econ omicdlly inclined she alte v r.:J "" - v . .U..VU.. V.i lU..lU.V. lias been visiting her mouher, Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Reverend R R. Noel of Stanford is. visiting his daughter. Mrs. J. B. Woods or the county. . ' I Miss Lou J. Grant i isiting her cousin, Mrs. Fisher D. Heirinir iiear Preacheisiile. Miss Kathaiine Han is has been on a visit to her father, Mr. J. Randol) h D so looks for durability in her footwear. We cater to just such ladies, always showing the most elegant and i Comfortable Fitting Shoe of the best make at moderate prices. S. 3C ra "O0707((S BROWN. Harris in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Danville have been visiting Mrs. Ilallie Dunlap and other relatives. Messrs. John McRoberts and Flank ' Tinder of State University, Lexington, weie at home on Sunday. Airs. William Dickerton is at home. after attending the State Sunday Schcoi U ' Convention at Louisville. Air. C. C. Fox of Danville was visit- ing his daughter Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith several dajs last week (e'0'?i)I0fBTB) "a3 s I m 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 Mr. John Swope and wife of the county have returned irom a visit to tiJ Airs. V. T. Dye of Aliddleburg. Air. Ed Price and son, Air. Joe F. Price were recent visitors of Dr. S. P. M Grant and Airs. Grant of Danville. I Alesdamps Carrie Y. V. Davidson and J. Romans have been visiting their ;: ' ie Street. : sister, Airs. W. A. Carson at Stanford. Airs. Aloore of Liberty and Airs. Ed Wilkerson of Stanford have been visiting Airs. R. B. Wilkerson on Water WBITE 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'- , Alaster Duncan jjaselden made a short visit to his grand-parentAir. and Mrs. W. P. Duncan it Nichoiasville on last Friday. s, lf I & g e s '$ a saving of time. FLOUR. You need our WHITE SWAN Air, and Airs. W. P. Duncan have returned to their home in Nichoiasville, after a visit to their daughter, Ahs. Samuel G. Haseiden. Aliss Alainie Davis Lancaster Elevator lb Flour Mills fi left for her home at Jacksonville, Florida, on last Satur- U day after an enjoyable visit to her j 3fi7iir :I0I;:ii:.):xii) im:ii)0K - cousins, Misses Sallie and Annie Alargaret Elkin and Aliss Kathleen Walter. Airs. Geo. D. Robinson gave a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening compli. tnpnlnrv ti Mrj W I? fVnilr'a miaalo " a Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith of Louis-- I ville and Miss Lula Robertson of Eliza- bethtown. 7 &&&&&Xfrlf7tel ISN'T IT blG&fX&&!&iiilt I Annoying 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 39 coal. Aliss Estill Walker was hostess of a dinner at her attractive country home, some of the guests being Airs. AL K. Denny, Alisses Jane and Alary Doty of this city and Aliss Belle Denny of Lincoln county. daughter Aliss Thelma and Air. and AIr3. H. Clay Hamilton, and Alisses Alay ami Annie Powell composed, a party of motorists to Lexington Saturday hav ing made the trip in Air. Hamilton's handsome new machine. Airs. George AL Patterson and daughter, Aliss Helen are at home after a protracted visit to her brother, the celebrated minister. Dr. W. E. Barton of Chicago and a sojourn with relatives in Sublette, Illinois. Airs. Ann Walker left last Friday for Huntington West Virginia, where she will spend the winter with her daughter Mrs. D. D. Geiger. She was accompanied by Air. and Airs. B. F. Hudson who will remain for a weeks visit with the Geigere. ir so of our clean, 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. ii Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. iTi0lk air. winiain ujty ot tticnraontf, is Mrd. R E. .McRoberts and daughter, here visiting his fahsr, iMr. Jese ' AlibS Lettv Mat , were sojourners Doty. in L,exingion. alissed Bessie Brown ar.d Lnla Raney 2 ... . . i Mrs. B. D. Herndon and Httii. wn r ..:,: in t n Danvilio.has been visitin foimer home. ls Misses Sara amlJoan Aloont Mis. II. C. Kau(f:nan went to RL-i-i were in Le.inirjn hut Satm-dnn.vi mond Monday to visit har brother, Air- - Sund..y. John Greenleaf. Air. James W. Smith and Dr. Wheal-M13- 3 Margaret Milwartl of L'sinton cr were recent vUtors in Uadiaon has been the guest of friends in this county, city and count v. SI us Dove Harris was over last s. Mrs. J. Heece Kubinsoo's reception William G. Anderson left Tuts-- ! urjBy visiting :irs. S. II. Awkrw. day for Li.:;mgton to visit Air. and Airs aul family. ties innate J as "Wuk Rose Partv" was j John Aiuleison. a most h.iilutnt soinal alTitir. rst P Mrs- - E. L. Owsley is in Nicbotesvitk desce Li HiU Court hcinp teantifullv I V! LI. IJ!?L' IT 1$ THIS COLUSN, Ahs. Mat tie P. Fiibbie left the latter at the bedside of Alii Anna Letcher decorated in pink and hite blorfsoms, V part of last week to visit Mrs. Joe who is quite ill. trsmjsA fcins, pain. 3 niid trading vices; the! Farris of Danville. oisi-rveA! us Emma Hood has been ill in all thej' for a c.lor scheme as Alessrs R. K. Thomas and A. W. work or more much to the regret cf embellishments, lie liamli-omdining Fresh oysters, celery awl craHber-ie- s. Alerccr, of Stanfoid spent Sunday with her many friends. boanl being decorated in silver vasts'. at Currev's. te Miss Belle Smith of Point Lvavell. coiitiining pink nes. while ropes of Bun-sidv- ! Ahs. Robert and two little pink tulle ..eroaUBched to tao chan- - j Air. and Airs. John 1:1. AUunt end daughter 5LS9 For 12 cabinet Photosat Dora'a, were gucsla of friends in deiier and extended w the four eornen little nephew, Alaster Lynn made a visit Richmond on Wt di.esJay. Galleri' try them, (finest finish) Ui fc.M? 11.91A UJUIU, VftBUit3 irUUUCU III to Mr. and Ahs. Joe Claunch of Somel- iilunmutej the apartment es Air. v.. R. Coik, wiio has been in f h. Try a toad of our coal it may he set. Butler, Georgia, slock trading will j while the ices, cake, and romtj were betlsrthan you have had. Airs. J. R. Mount visited her daughter an cnnuu.1, .n tue oeauu.u. p.nK rose at home the last of the week. Garrah, c& Airs. T. Id. Wilson at Bowling Green design; Airs. Kob:nson s attire ulao m- . I Utl.l and will also be with friends and relatAirs. Henley V. Bastin and tiiuiiicji uicaitu me same -nonuiar iiower. . .!.... .l.t. .., iier' 2nd ives in Louisville before her return go Sunday to Nichoiasville to visit Air. j gown being a messaline robe veiled in ?..., s. . t ...:r ii einui'uiiiereut in home. and Airs. Charles F. Denman. l .r eiiiiiou, ueiiuaiuuy pink and white ruses; standing in the Pocy for sale gentle for children to Aliss Ida Al. Grant leaves the latter Aliss Annie Oaks has returned home pait of the week to spend a fortnight after a weeks visit to her cousin Alisu receiving nne wan me tioaie-i- . was tier unvc will sell cheap will take good switr, Mrs. j. u. tierntiunol Uanville; note, apply at Central Record. or more with Dr. S. P. Grant and wife Ida Alae Cecil of Gilberts Creek. while Aha. Jtjin E btc. ;., Airs. B. of Danville. Airs. Addison Cheek and daughter, F. Walter, Mis li. D. Simpson, Airs. Fresh oysters, celery ami Air. George A. Brown and Airs. Aiij.s Letty Mae Alary Ashby, of Danville, wercn-- , W. Rjsa Bastin, ries. at Tlieo Currev V. Brown.weie recent visitors in Danville, guests of Airs. Pattie D. Gill. Klhictn Walter at U lialiie having made the lun over 111 tlieir cent Cdl on me fcr subscriptions for all Elkin comprised the euintrnttee of eu- -j handsome now auto. j Aliss Stella Hendren, a tercher in a magazines. I can save j oar money. tertaiutnent; soice of tlie Airs. Ida Tinslev has returned from Richmond school, was with her home guests v;cre Airs. B. D. xlernuon, Mrs. Phon 200. Mrs. Jas. A. Roystcn. Lan-astArizona, having been called there by ' fo,!;! '" lhe county Saturday m.d Sun- - May and Alis Mary Dunn, of Danville. K"y. the accidental death of her brother due ' "ay' Airs. J. B. Pa.tou anl h'.n. WLham We are making cement Block slabs. to a mine disaster. j Mr Fisher D. Herripg v,er,t to Dan- - Buughinan of htni'oid. Pier block, chimney blocks, yard fence Airs Frank B. Alarksbury and sister, ville Monday where ho will remain for block bny design or kind. Call and se. ReL'skus. several days with his sister. Airs. Jesse Aliss Elsie Morrow were week-enGarrard Alilling Co. visitors in Lexington and attended the Walden, A Missionari Cuinettnce of tt.e Danfamous drama of "Little Women". j,,rs Fred Neighbors of Livingston. ville district will he held at the MethDo Yoa Wani A farm? Mrs. James Buirside came down is expected the last of the week to odist church in Lancaster Oct. 23id. ' If so write or see W. T. Ewh-from Richmond to visit her sisters, visit her parents. Air. and Airs. J B. There will be a morning, afternoon and evening service, evening service win Harredtburg, Ky. Splendid farms rangAlesdames B. F. Hudson and W. 0. Bourne. tAll ing from 50 to $100 an acre. Rigney, and her mother, Airs. Ann Misses. Bertha, Pearl Oaks and Mr. ' btf conducttd by Mrs. bpilman. Walker prior to the latter's departuie Kinnaird Oaks and Air. D. L. Young are cordially invited. ' for Huntington, West Virginia. spent Sunday with Air ai-- Airs Arthur .. Farm For Sale UVil iOrVlCB tX3Binatl0n. in Stanford. Aliss Virginia Bourne, daughter of Young My farm of 77 acres, situated on the Air. and Airs. J. B. Bourne, is rocov- Postmastcr West conducted a Civil Lancaster and Richmond pike 1 miles Reverend J. W. Beagie will close his ering slowly from a recent illness, this revival at Covington, and rea h here Service fcAar.iim.tion at tlie College on( from f;radl( Schoo, rai,e hom PubRe i being the second attack she has suffer- - by Satuiday to fill his pulpit at the last Saturday in order to estab.wh an School. Within 2 miles of 4 churches, . . . . 1... !.: eu ul,s su"""ar "el eligible list from which to fill a vacan-- j An j grag "vaiescence uc- JJaptist churcli bunuay. but 13 acres. God on Rural Route no a, (the Buckeye improvements, jng a source of great gratification to splendid orchard a Chautauaua circle met on last cy ' ner many inenus anu reiauves inrougn-- 1 , ........ loute) out of Lancaster.took the exam- - bargain if sold in the next 20 days. -- -. .ou.u-jit Garrard county. Eighteen applicants j Burdett Ramsey. and this vvek s assemblage will also I inatio"- Paint Lick. Ky. Route?. Airs. II. A. B. Alarksbury is expect- - be held at the residence of Airs. Fris- ed home after a protracted v isit to her bie daughters, Airs. A. H. Rice of RichAirs. R. Parker Gregory and little mond, Indiana, and Airs. James Al. daughter, Nellie Goff, were called to tir Staughton in Covington; the latter Madison county Thursday by the ill ii will very probably accompany her ? ness of her mother, Mrs Sallie Ray IP 1 mother home for a visit to her sister, burn. Airs. H. Clay Sutton. il!l Airs J. S. Gilbert returned Tuesday Judge and Mrs. AL D. Hughes are from Louisville, having accompanied the frequent recipients of letters from her mother, Mrs. Jennie Broaddus to R E. Hughes now traveling their son, the Norton Infirmary where the latter in the Orient with hi3 family, commuof Shapes and Styles in having reached them from is a patient. nications Air. Bassett and wife, the latter, Japan, China and Manilla, the last epistles stating that tluy would soon formerly Airs. Weisiger of this place, have been here on a visit to relatives. reach Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. They have been residing in California, Airs. Harry Alilward and two sons, will go to Tampa, Florida for the of Lexington, and Air. John Agnew of but winter. Canada, comprised an auto party who FOR THIS WEEK. Air. and Airs. W. B. Alason are at were guests of Mr. and Airs. John E. n Scormes; Airs. Agnew was formerly home after a visit to their daughter. Aliss Alary Alilward; Air. Agnew was Airs. W. Fox Logan at and an enjoyable stay with Rev, enthusiastic in his admiration of the beautiful country between here and erend Heniy Falconer and family in a 1HI 3 EJE IE Lexington. Philadelphia suburb. ' all-da- y iiu-.iBDa-iiev - famine. I Sat-Air- Dr. Louis McMurtry of Ini-viIU- ,! A M3n:2po and Mr. W. C. PH drove over f.or ' One of Hir Riddy Danville Wednesday and dined with i sjters of the male persuasion re ertly dectrfed to ! with Mr. and .Mrs. Fred I Fri4.ie. make a formal offer of his 5art awl Mia. J. C Carpenter of Sfnfcrdaral nam ft t" rji m nm vak rut!unf;i.. t.T r.s. uanies arpen.er 01 crao urciM fe, to whom lie had leen jmg passed through thw city Wednesday a f- - aUent;(ln for a titn e cautIwsrf . rc w .fcr. ,in.rawi i,w declaratittw with a few-v;edJi!jr near Bryantavii'.s Mi? Relia question?; "Did sr-- tavw him well Amoid f this p,ce aUo went dowafor enough to ,ivo , cotta(,e wJth bint'.' the nuptials. as she a good cook? DUI she thmk it Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perk in?, of a wife's duty to make heme hupps ? Crao Orclnrd and Mrs. Spiegel, of Would she consult i4 tastes and wteh-e- s c.ncernicg her associates ami purSpringfield, Indiana, aecocij-ari.-alius Alary Arnold down to this city in Hr. suits of life Could sU make her mn Spiegel's handsome "Premier" auto- clothes?" Theyountf lady said that mobile; Airs. Spiegel is the dnughter befoie she answered his questions she fc of Dr. Dures while her husband is one r.jdd tell him of some negative hj posse se J. She never drank, of the millionsires of the Hoosier smoked or chewed: nevt-- r staved out all State. night plajieg billiard?; never lweed Miss Sallie Elkin wes hostess on steet corners and ogled Kiddy girte; . nettov of a 12 ocloch dinner party m never "stood in" wiUs the boys for cigars ami wine sippers. "New." . 5i- -s iiirouore mnicrsmiitt ci saal siie, risn g indignantly, "I am as- Looisville, and His Lula Robertson of j sinxd yoa do a!i these things, and cZ Enzuue htuwn; the other ositor- about joa txect all tl.. virtues in hj, h3& v ias ic3.i uo:.ru weie illido yu do at t posstis rny joar .tlf. I ran S vtrnce and Cadence Tate of cev.-- r bt jenr .ife. ' a:t she hawed SUnfird. Mrs. W. It. Cook, ii.t, Let- -' hi.11 tat i.nd leli mm ui. the dear oti rf y aue ami Jti-'- Joan ljsiinlv m.diuitd ovt r hU venture--. iiouut of ;!js L'ty. a wiser man. ". soe d vir-tue- .!. r. s hr .J , su-u- j J .,- -- I ..?.. iuuiiij " .iTk.,ir,!,,'. AIi-c- j out-of-to- n; ' er, d j . j g -f .... 1 1 . ... , ., .. .,..,,.,. .. I I i2 ewjui'ne o I Jfillizierv hIF Wilkes-Barre-P- L &, oMiss Rella Arnold 3E? Tag 8 The Central Reuuru, rriday, Oct 17, 1913. AND rr SAVE Eventually You The Store Beautiful g m Willi- - Why Not Now, The bright Spot HURT Lancaster People Playgoers. and ANDERSON (By Win. F. Miller.) in Lancaster. g g g g g g c..Ooooyjuiuuuocao"oOO i FARMER'S COLUMN fr&fro oooo oocao dpacc below this beafitng Is for Hie exclu lve use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as the farmer cauuot afford to advcr tise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two isaues of the ecord, free of charge fok sale:-- A A Bargian, long shaft break cart. F. M. Tinder. A good yearling, bay pony for sale. Miss Anna Bell Burnside. Lancaster, Ky. wanted perferred. Lick. LOST:-BIac- A good fresh cow. E. G. McWhorter, Jersey Paint in The New Ben Ali theatre at Lexington, is not only a thing of beauty but will be a joy forever, to those who were so fortunate as to see that sweet, wholesome play, Little Women. With automobile and good train service, Lancaster is developing a lot of playgoers as will be seen by the following list that took in Little Women last Friday 'and Saturday. Misses Joan Mount, Sara Daniels, Olive Dean, Susan Brashear, Mattie Adams, Elsie Morrow, Ann Reid, Thelma Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hamilton, Mrs. Frank Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Burn-sid- e and Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton. Honored Visitors. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Mr. A. R. Denny was a visitor school Monday morning and took in the exercises. at our part k sow with write stripe Dr. L. S. McMurtry of Louisville and Strayed to my place about 2 weeks Mr. W. C. Price of Danville drove over ago a sorrell horse. Fisher Herring, fron the latter city on Wednesday and Preachersville, Ky. were pleasant callers at the Record office. They came over to see their I have a few bushels of well screensale. friends and renew old acquaintances, ed, blue stone seed wheat for Wade Walker. and as the genial Doctor put it "just to Phone 224-see the old town". The day was Am and Ed Bourne purchased at pleasantly spent in the company of Stanford court last Monday of different "Smalley" Wherritt. "Crafty" Burn-sid- e and other old time friends, and a parties, 20 yearling steers at prices to G cents per pound. splendid dinner was enjoyed at the ranging from hospitable home of Mr. Fred P. Frisbie. LOST:-Upo- n the afternoon of Mrs. J. Dr. McMurtry was raised in Garrard opal F. Robinson's reception, a round county and is now located in Louisville and pearl pin. Return to Record office where he ranks among the best physiand receive reward. cians of that city, his reputation not beJ. H. Thompson, bought 2 mule ing confined alone to that city or his colts of D. O. Lewis, for $62.50 each, native state.but his skill and ability und one Chas. Withers for $60 and of is known and respected all over the country. Notwithstanding he has atA. J. Young one for $52. tained prominence, there is still a warm W. B. Burton bought in Stanford, Mon- spot in his heart for the old home, and day mule of Bob Woods for $225 and he is never so happy as when he is able one of Logan Hubble for $210 and a to steal away for a day just such as he nice horse of L. W. Norton for $150. spent here on Wednesday, amid old O. T. Layton bought in Stanford scenes and genial companions, and we Monday pound cattle for $6.15 R. are always delighted to have him. pound cattle for 6 cts. I. Burton, Will Garrard County Observe October 24 W. B. Burton bought a car of horses and mules in Londan and Barbourville and 25th As "Good Roads" Day this week and shipped them immediately Under Gov. McCreary's to Wilson Live Stock Co. at Wilson, N. C. 15-7- face will weigh about 140 lbs. W. R. Cook, Phone No. 44. Lost. 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. Will FOR SALE OR RENT. Country Store And Real Estate. I will on, SATURDAY, OCT. 25th, on the premises, offer for sale my storeroom, stock of goods, consisting of a good clean stock of merchandise, and also nice cottage adjoining, with good stables and out houses and about two and three quarter acres of ground. If not sold will rent. My object in selling is to engage in other business. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Sale will take place at one o'clock P. M. Alex Prewitt, Hackley, Ky. NINA. Mr B T Lunsford has been quite sick but is much improved Miss Vipla Creech is with her grandfather Mr Sirus Creech. Miss Barbrey Gulley is visiting her aunt Mrs R W Sanders. Mr Bud Balin sold his farm to Mr Asha Sebastin for $2200. Mr W E Whitaker sold his house and lot to Hubert Whitaker for $1000. Mr and Mrs John Sebastin are rejoicing over the arrival of a 11 lb girl. Mrs Amelia Lee visited her granddaughter, Mrs Jessie Sanders at Mrs Jessie Sanders. Mr and Mrs Will Creach little son are visiting friends and relatives in Clay Co. this waek. Mrs W D Jones and son Master Earl, of Richmond, visited their aunt, Mrs Morris Ross, Saturday and Sunday. ties. Good roads and good schools go hand in hand, the former are a necessity to the success of the latter. We are making herculean efforts for the betterment of our schools, then why not expend some of that energy upon the betterment of our roads, thereby materially aiding the schools. In order to have some system about the methods pursued on these days, it will be necessary to form some semblance of an organization beforehand. It would be a good idea for the overseer of each district to confer with the citizens of his district and arrange to have them to report to him on that day and be assigned to different portions of the roads. Either that or some such systematic method should be pursued. Surely Garrard county will not lag in the rear in this matter, but wiil give as much attention to her roads sa do other counties. The time is short and if anything is to be accomplished, it is time we were up and doing. There is not a citizen of the county or town but can well afford to take active part in this movement, and much good is to be accomplished. Everybody should help. If you cannot, or do not wish to assist in the actual manuel labor, then hire a substitute, furnish tools, furnish nroviq. ions to assist in feeding the men en gaged in the work on those days, do something toward assisting in this most laudable enterprise. Do not wait for a personal visit from someone, go right to work and ortrnn. ize in your own district and get out on the appointed days and give all the assistance in your power. sell the following property My farm located two miles north of Buena Vista, on Buena Vista pike, consisting of 160 acres more or less and in a high state of cultivation, well watered and well improved, with two story frame building and all necessary out buildings including a ten acre tobacco barn that can be used for either stock or tobacco. This barn is almost new. Thirty five acres of this farm is Indian Runner ducks for and one drake for Black Minorca now in corn being fed down and fifteen acres is sown in wheat. Cockerels,; pure stock, each. Towles T. Walker, Phone, Fifteen acres is heavily timbered in cedar and fine locust posts, . ii'LATWOOD the remainder in grass, including young orchard just beginning to Willie Longworth has returned home Conveniently located near good churches and within one from visiting relatives this vicinity. bear. Rev. A. Baird his regular mile of the Buena Vista consolidated school, with free transportapointment at Hope Saturday and Sunday. Nearly every county tion each way. the state is Harris has rented of H. Furr making preparation to work and moved into the house known as the This farm is in one of the best and fertile sections of the countheir roads October and 25th, the Bolton house. two days designated McCreary'e Mrs Lucy Johnson and her sister, Mrs ty and will grow extra good wheat, corn or tobacco. proclamation as "Good Road" days. Johnson both visited their mother Garrard be behind her sister F. Cormney last Sunday. The following personalties will be sold; counties this respect? not our Mrs roads stand as much Anderson Hall returned home from need of work HOGS. UODQPQ as those in the majority of the Columbus Indiana yesterday and will YS I v MmKm to-wi- t:SALE:-Si- x Frank Tinder of Lexington was a visitor at our school the first of the week. The pennants which the seniors ordered have arrived and aie very pretty, having on them L. H. S. After the scrimage game Saturday the follywing team was chosen, and will play Richmond Friday Oct. 17th at Richmond. Center. Joe West, Bowen Givens, R. G. R. L Dalton Rich, R. E. Carl Acton. Cecil Brown, L. G. Wood vVilmont, L. L. Robt. Tomlinson, 2 quarter Ector Lawson, L. H. Billy Swope, Sterling Herron, F. B. Bradley Bourne, R. H. Prof. Caneer will accompany the team to Richmond. Miss Smiths room will entertain Fri. day morning, all the patrons of the school are invited. Rev. F. M. Tinder, was a visitor at our school Wednesday morning and made an interestieg talk, his subject being "Keep in the Procession". Miss Daniels our efficent music teacher has recently enrolled 5 new music pupils, and has organized two Chorus Classes. Miss Daniels will also furnish some of the music for the School Fair. Owen Hendren, had the misfortune of breaking his shoulder in two places while playing Wednesday morning at recess. $4. PUBLIC OF- - SI STOCK. FARM AID Having decided to sell out, I will on, Thursday, Oct. 30th, 1913 $1 347-- . C. in filled ap- Proclamation? Good in some on Geo. W. 24 in Gov. in Do Willie M. in coun- M. m A. start in school at Berea this week. Rev. A C Baird and wife returned sorrel yearling colt. from Tennessee last week, where he has been holding a protractad meeting Five thousand pounds of tabacco, extra fine, well cured and al which resulted in 38 addition to the most ready to strip. Will be sold as a whole or by the pound stripped. church. One pair of four year old horse mules, 15.3 and good workers, one pair of three year old mules, 15.1 and well brokeu. ten year old family horse, one bay six year old brood mare, Willie P. Furr and his bride visited at Flatwood last week on their wedding with foal to Jack. One eight year old black mare, extra fine driver. tour to Circinnati after an absence of One extra two year old bay horse, by Winks. One extra three year old 14 years from his old home. One No. 1 combined horse. One extra six year old harness horse. One Forty shoats, weight, 100 pounds. One good Poland China sow with five pigs ready to wean. One extra White Chester sow with seven pigs. Duroc sow and seven pigs ready to wean. Six extra good Duroc gilts, bred Four No 1 aged brood sows, all bred. One extra Duroc Boar, a corker. MULES TOBACCO. lovd. Mr Marshall Foster of Oklahoma is visiting relatives here. Mrs Wm Dozier of Richmond has been visiting friends here. Mrs Luther Raney visited her brother Mr Mai Carter Thursday. Mrs Davis Sutton and mother were the guests of Mrs Luther Raney. Miss Emma Walker and mother, were the week end guest of Mrs Teater. Rev F M Tinder has been holding a few days meeting at Antioch church. Mrs Ida Fannie Tinsley has returned from a stay with friends and relatives in New Mexico. We are glad to say that Mr Newt Grow who underwent a serious operation at the Danville hospital, has returned home and is doing nicely. Lucile, the little daughter of Mrs. Iva Teater, died at a Lexington hos pital on Saturday, Oct. 11th. She was laid to rest in the Chapel cemetery Mondaymorning. God often plucks these tender flowers from his earthly garden to beautify the gardens of PONIES. Several nice Shetland ponies, two heavy with foal. IMPLEMENTS. CATTLE. onlf nnp hlnek Holstien COW and calf, One red shorthorn good milker. One extra good Hereford milk cow. cow, weight, 1000 milk cow, weigh 900 pounds. Extra fat red heifer pounds. Extra fat Nolstien heifer, weight 1000 pounds. 1 Extra roan heifer, fat, weight 1100 pounds. Seven extra yearling heifers, weight 700 pounds. Two extra yearling steers, weight, 800 pounds. Six model red steer calves. One short horn yearling bull, better than anybody's. One No. 1 good as new. Two farm wagons, one spring wagon, one Deering binder, one Deering Mower. One good Kentucky wheat drill. Two No. 12 Vulcan plows. One No. 13 Vulcan Plow, Two Disc Harrows, one Smoothing Harrow Five stands of bses, and others things too numerous to note. One good two seated carriage, one phaeton, .lersev now nnH TERMS OF SALE. SHEEP. Two hundred and twenty five extra good grade good Southdown bucks. Six The farm will be sold payable, one third cash and remainder in two equal payments, payable in one and two years, with negotiable land notes bearing six per cent interest from January 1st 1914, when possession will be given. The personalty will be sold, all sums under 820 cash in hand, over that amount on a credit of six months, with good negotiable notes, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent from date of sale. This place is known as the Steve Poor property and any one de ewes, all bred. siring to look over the farm before day of sale, will be gladly Dinner will be served on the grounds and all are cordially invited. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. MRS. STEVE POOR & SONS. L M. Eternity. Dunn, Auctioneer. 1i v BUENA VISTA, KY. .v ."j fW-V-,- .'" v