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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 31, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913103101_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 31, 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. CEINTRAL RECORD PURE REMGIOb, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1913. "Lost-A NUMBER 30. X83283&&&m&C CHAPERONE". Hand Crushed. just arrived. Come in and look our line over before you buy. Also complete stock of Grates and Grate Baskets. repair Live and Let Live Folks iWKKWEB3SWMKar83 i il I w mill I II 1 III I wI 13? 1 mr. eniy r. uonn tnei'ointLeavell blacksmith was so unfortunate last! uujr iiuiu cdiiey a Lewis, Hog killing time is fast approaching. week as to get one of his hands caught . . A"d Save the Difference. Hay, Grain Ball Friday at 3 p. m. Cone. inthecogsofa drill. The member-- ' Foot was severely mangled, but no bones flour, reed. Field Seed. Ccal and j He is a brother of Salt. Did were broken. Where is the CHAPERONE? Messrs Jame3, John, Will and Frank she miss the train?. John Tatera III. Conn of Lancaster. ftp Prof, Ca leer's High School boys are Mr. John Tatem suffered a slight New Barber Shop. W developirg into some foot ball players. j stroke of paralysis on Tunsday, but is Mr. J. E. Seals of Berea. has onewd . considerably impioed and it is thought Mp T"lrtnft fail in jntn tinvt T'n.aorl'n. A VS Democrat your vote might be needed. up a barber shop in the Stornies' build- - and hopjd that he will recoverspeedih . ingoppi.Mte the rost office. The loom is He is ab e to recognize and eonveioo M : The ladies of the M. E. Church will light and airv, the furniture new and with his friei'ds. Wednesday Nov. up to date and the hervic; splendid; XX have an exchange A Popular Official. Mr. Seale being an artist ii his lin g 2Cth. Mayor Hugh Lancaster, ne nas moveu nis lamuy nere is K Several rural schools have journeyed occupying room3 at the home ofanaMr. was fn DanvilleT. Logan, of Mr. Logan, Saturday. (X to Cartersville "Chestnut hunting" W. C. Davis on who is one of that cit 's leading merDanville street. $5 recently. chants, has served two terms as mayor Mrs. Ward Dack In Business. and accomplished much good. He is First snow in 1911 on Nov. 11th, 1912 on Nov. 24th, and this year Mrs. W. H. Ward has purchased the wide awake, - progressive aid an all October 20th. stock of goods of Mr. Webb Raney, round hustle.- who believes in doing things. Messenger. The Presbyterian church has had a removed them to the room formerly ? by the Ray Weds. $; nice concrete wall erected on the east occupied to wait Elkin butcher shop and upon her old flietids is redy side of the building, adjoining the Alley. Mrs. Dolly Cotton and Mr. William and as many new ones as care to visit friends MonNotwithstanding the witty remarks her. Mrs. Ward is a splendid business Ray surprised their X to the contrary by some of our ex- - woman and has a host of friends who day evening !.) Loing made man and ty changes turkeys are scarce inferior and will be glad to know that she is back wife. Tne biii'e is a popular lad of the Uuckove sect.on, and the groom is in business. W high. . a prosperous frra.er and an Tcbacco Warehouses To Open. l? The Holiday season i3 rapidly ap- ber of the Ken'ucky legislature. The Ui proaching, Thanksgiving next month hearty congratulations. Preparation? are undr way and an- Recoul &k w'th ClnibtniBsfollotting close on its nouncement h e.vp.ct' d shortly of the H htels. Tlnnkesivir.;; Cay Not fiEbcr 27th. opening dates of th- ririnus Locse k Leaf Pre&'t Wilson bus issued his fust in adjoiring towns. AlM Don't forget the election is next titbigna cjl Tuesday November 4th. Co early ar,d ready the county it. well placarded and iiiat i:gi ii.jj g. cast your ballot for the Democratic solicitois aie i.urrcrouF. Caiir.id far- lion Thuitd.ij Nov. 27th. as our diy of f I mers with tluii splendid crop and thanks. Lven s.'nco the tuatom of our reputation for raising a line quality of annual "Thanksgivlrgilay" came into The recent drought seems to have the weed, are being anxiously impor- vogue, the fourth Thursday in Novembeen a valuable lesson, from the num- - tuned lor their business. ber as been observed, but it is annual W ber of wells going down through the custom also for our president to isue j We're Proud Of Him. county. his proclamation designating it as such. 0 Mr. John Magee who is President of fc Y Farmeis generally saj the corn crop 2 is turning out better than was expect- - the Men's Bible Class of the Christian church of Danville, has thiriv five Mrs. Martha Evans Lurk died at her Xjj vu, auu ouii ii liiiiiL uavu uccn iiiutii members in his class, and so anxious is home on Stanford street in this city on better. he to increase the membership to fifty last Friday morning and after shoit ca ' Everyone should attend the services that he has Usu d a call through the funeral services bv her paster, Eld. F. f at the Christian Church, beginning newspapers inviting leeiuits. M. Tinder, her remains were placed at ' J?P Friday evening and continuing through Mr. Magee formerly lived here and test in the Lancaster cemetery on y 5 Sunday. was active in church and f internal afternoon. Mrs. Lusk would have been b7 years of age her next Read Hudson & Hughes advertis circles and an all round good citizen. Anything in the line bring it to us, we birthday. Her death followed an ill ment at top of Third (3) Page it will Lexington Tribune Suspends. ness of long duration and was due to SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU are the ones that can fix it. The Lexington Tribune which came the infirmities of age. The nearest SATISFIED. into being on July 1st, suspended publi- surviving relative. s is a niece, Mrs. j Rabbits are said to be more plentiful cation on l.iit Tnursday. The paper Nannie Bowling of Junction City Kv. than in several years, they are "mighty was ably edited by Mr. Thomas M. and a nephew, Mr. Evans of good eatin" especially when almost Owsley, an able newspayer man. but Orlfndo Fla. Mis. Lusk was a sister every other meat is out of tight in with the Herald and the Leader cover- of the late George W. Evans. She was price. ing the field, his paper was unable to an excellent woman, a life long memweather the financial sea. Mr. Owsley ber of the Christian church, and her The kiddies are spending their afternoon and Saturdays in eratherinir wal- - will continue with the Transylvania demise is mourned by innumerable nuts .and ,hic?r? "uts: Th,?.fonMr Printing Co. with which he has been friends in the community in which she has so long dwelt. for a long time connected. ( I and the latter is very scarce. Ballots Finished Judge Jc'ia W. Iluhss Accorded A RoyBall Game Frieav a't 3 n. m. The Record has completed the printal Welcome By ills Home People, ing of the Lallots for next Tuesday's Assisted B7 Distinguished election, a pretty good sized job for a country office as thtre was something Citizens From AH Parts like twenty thousand impressions The re were three sets of ballots, the CflLe District. City election, tne regular County elec Upon the arrival of Judge John W. tion and the seperate ballot for women in the County Siho Superintendents Hughes, the newly i.ppointid Internal for the Eighth disran. Only our namj appears upon the Revenue Co!!e'-to- i trict, in bis home town on lu:t laner, iiiai oi miss Jennie iiiggms, ewnii'g, he fou-u- l a royal welcome the Dem craii nominee, but the lav. requires that they bbould be pu'nted a'vaiting hi.n. L .niiug citizens from all over Central X 'iituckj had gather-t- d nevertheless. .WW E3C H H hk H H B R VH to assist hi;, home people in cele Be Reasonable la Your Spsit. brating his home coining A thousami This, Friday, night u Ilal'ow'een, citizens of Hrfirodsburg and Mel cor and will bo celebrated in Lancaster, county, augmented by at least doubt'ess a.? it al.vay.? is, and as it is hundrtd "iUtomcI.il a ;nd a vast fn,m othtr counties, celebrated pretty much all over the ber of visit-acountry, by the pLijiiijr of amusing had congiegated at the station to pranks. While we hope the young await the arrival of his train. They 1 people will enjoy the occasion to the formed a triumphal procession, pre fullest extent, we also hope that thev ceded by u brass b unl, and marched to will keep their fun within reasonable Opera House, which though a struc bounds, and that they will not do ma- ture oi considerable uimeiibions, was terial injury to either the feelings or crowded to its capacity, all anxious to property of any person, and that they show their appreciation of the great will abstain from disturbing the aged, honor conferred upon Judge Hughes. the infirm or the afflicted. Judge Charles A. Hardin acted as Master of Ceremonies, and in the hapA Serious Oversight. piest manner voiced his own and the In putting down the new concrete Appreciation of his home people at the walks, in many places property owners great honor which had been conferred Given away absolutely Free December 24th, 1913 at 2:30 p. m. just neglected to place a lead uuder the upon their fellow townsman. Among walk to receive the water from the the speakers who voiced the pleasure in time to make Xmas Presents. houses. The consequences will be that of their various localities upon the ocmany times during the coming winter casion was Hon. James E. Mulligan, of following is the list. The the walks will be a sheet of ice, dan- Lexington, a lifelong friend and adgerous to pedestrians and impassable. mirer of Judge Hughes, Hon. Robert First Prize -- Lady's Diamond Ring, value 135 00 Suit Second Prize Mahogany In other places, there has been no pro- G. Evans of Danville. Hon. John G. 125 00 in the Ky. Third Prize Trade Coupon, value vision made for the water coming from Holland, 75 00 Fourth Prize Trade Coupon, value the alleys to flow under the walks and legislature from Shelby county, May50 oo Fifth Prize Hoo.ier Kitchen Cabinet this will also place alley crossings in a ors Skain of Lexington and Wallace of 25 00 Sixth Prize Trade Coupon, value dangerous condition at times. A little Danville, Collector Ben Marshall of 22 50 Seventh Prize Trade Coupon, value attention given these matters now the Seventh district of Frankfort, 20 00 Eighth Prize Tiade Coupon, value might save someone a broken limb and Editors Shelton Sauflev and Joseph E. 15 00 Robinson of Lancaster, and Hon. RodNinth Prize Trade Coupon, value ...."'. the town a damage suit. 12 50 Coin, value ney Keenon of Harrodsburg. Judge Tenth Prize-G- old ".!!.!.!!!. 10 00 Hon. J. N. Saunders Of Stanford Made Hughes also made a few happy reEleventh Prize Trade Coupon, value 7 gn Coin, value Twelfth Prize-G- old marks in appreciation of the honor 5 00 Grand Junior Warden Of Ky Mason. tendered him. The Grand Lodge of Kentucky MaAfter the programme haj been comsons in session in Louisville last week pleted at the Opera House the large we have the most complete showing of Clothing, Shoes, Hats Beyond any Doubt elected Hon. J. N. Saunders as Grand crowd repaired to the old Presbyterian Caps and Furnishing goods ever offered the people of Lancaster, Garrard or surrounding Junior Warden of that bedy. This church, where an elegant luncheon had counties at prices that defy any and all competitors. We can show ou better than we is a signal as well as well as a deserved been served. Messrs John M. Farra, can tell you in print. Our line of Ladies suits, Coats, Dresses and Costumes are direct from honor. Mr. Saunders is one of the T. K. Watson. Carlton Elkin and J. E. brightest and best known Masons in Robinson represented Lancaster at the the leading manufacturers of New York. We want you to see them. the state and has been actively en- gathering. Buy your Fall and Winter outfit of us, you will save money and be correctly gaged in Masonic work for many years. The selection of Judge Hughes for you will have a chance at our free list of premiums. The office to which he has just been this position is considered a master elected places him in direct line for stroke in behalf of Hon. A. O. Stanley the highest Masonic office in the state, for the U. S. Senate, as Judge Hughes that of Grand Master. The other of- has long been his uncomprising and ficers elected were, Grand Master, O. ardent supporter. Judge Hughes apS. Ware, Covington; Deputy Grand pointment has perhaps given more Master, George B. Winslow, Carroll-to- general satisfaction than could the apGrand Senior Warden, T. J. Ad- pointment of any other of the appliams, Louisville; Grand Junior Warden cants, there being a feeling abroad J. W. Saunders. Stanford. Grand Trea - generally among the people that "if ure Maj John II. Leathers, Louisville, our man could not get it, we had raGrand Secretary and Grand Treasurer ther see John Hughes have it than Dave Jackson Louisville. anyone else." Tobacco stripping is in full blast. (Assist in the search for the fffl tingii SUliSMli&iani'JEnsjaiiti. CO'IairBiaBiraaiaiilfaiaj FULL LINE OF ,.i HEADQUARTERS FOR rcj m fid t. Heating and j i I t l$m 3& 111 vesi ,ff Cookin I zi kMmU v v yf" a i jtal I Am Florence. Vloores. Stoves $i ex-me- Fosters. es. rt- f31 rfc." s - s let.-o- 1 m 1 p-- a mmpu I rl & XT Sk :j Wj Lin mi 3 t'J k V4 K-- ft I Wholesale and as 3JlIaj3ferfU!rpli"-- $1 I Sat-uida- B3 - ig-fg- 11 :; SfarraijiliillijlgrjjgJii' Retail Hardware. M j 1 I t J M W 7 Wsvi'iwi t "n nSl,i' ri'XW.1 i', il mr nnniT-- 1 w r-i- -AJ 0 ti u u M BROTH ' v p! T'7Mwm zzjs j ill Jh 1 Tu.-s-il.i- II Bed-room T I UIMU n ii i HU II I I Hi I 1 i 1 P If it is a Range or Cooking or Heating stove you want set ,I,my prices, I vill save you " s g money. $502. Worth of Premiums cl C'- Rom ans. AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE i t t dress-ed-besid- es Davidson & Doty High Grrde Groceries and Meats. H. T. LOG AI ' -- t I 0" I n; Phone 181. . . -- N'i Votge The Central Recora, Friday, Oct 31, 1913. c-- 4 jqijEjiBiiBlrigniMrrj;T --- SiitaQBS!eEi$s3ifiBr II Pi SI Iv'I'EIU HI c 1 H U J. This Two Horse Studebaker Wagon and Three other Premiums Given away FREE at my store Saturday, Dec 20, 1913 Studebaker Wagon. 2nd PRIZE One box containing 100 pounds a 1st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se Ill El III! ! II MmMMmMMM u iSlSIf H Wm 1 In BEliHHilllill MmwMwMMm itssw3 rj&ivl Bland. Mr i fiv miMjttMA I I 8 I My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. The Central Record Durham made several interesting talks using both maps and charts impressing the great Missionary cause upon their hearers. The address by Mrs. Dolby on the training of the children for service was both interesting and helpful. While the people were disappointed in not getting to hear Mrs. Spillman of Harrodsburg, who on the account of illness was nGt able to be present, nevertheless they weie highly entertained by the two able speeches made by Mrs. Dolbv and Miss Durham, music by Miss Sara Daniels and Mrs. J no. M. Mount was enjoed. Rev. R 15. Baird is in a meeting at Preachersville, Bro. Thomason is doing the preaching. Preaching every Sunday night at the Methodist church in Lancaster. Just As Good As "City Work" WW a . The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. M!ss Jennie H'jip'fis Preves 9 Seta A B!.ird, wife of Mr. INCORPORATED. Jar- m ih U! in 1, iii d at the fami j S1.00 a year. hj Issued Weekly. 'i l!u o d I) .nvilie pike at It oV! . '. A! idy morning, af.er a long ROBINSON. Editor. ill f Librcii!oN, ai.d.il'te, iur.eia! J ser.ev - at the giaxc by Utv. Ti der, ELKIN, Business Manager. R. L he- ..n.i were placed at icst in the t - oemetorj on Tuesth.y aftt Li Ton Odice In Ijincister, Ky.. Entered at tlic ns Sccouil Clas Muil Miittcr. ja ..t o o'clock. Mrs. Bl.wid was ea . t :io and bi f.,re her marriage Kentucky Press Association Member was .Ii , Ibaliie ILulenvood, a daughter and Be-s-id oi the lite R ibert U'iderwoed. Eighth District Publishers League. s ik r i.usi.i. d she is st;iive-bv five e.ii!(!n-:- i its fi Hows. Mr. William Lancaster, Ky October 31, 1913. B.a ui ot L Annie Mrs. Din.els of Coloi.d , JIis Ellen Perrin and ?.hv. W. R. Watson and MissAlma' Rates For Political Announcements Bland of ti:is county, by one sitllr, Did'at lit!? The Lake. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 Mr-J. W. Giilfin of Arkansas and two 10.00 K"or County Offices The recent rains have been of in brothers Mr. W. H. Undeiwocil of 15.00 est:mab!c value through the county For State and District Offices Lincoln countj and Mr. I "ther Under- - ' Pictures Are Not Necessary. .10 have replenished the almost exhausted For Calls, per line ' ;; deceased wood of Hoy le count. If ffijiency as a pubi .tiieial e Uit-le- s 10 We are presenting to the public this supply of stock water, brought out the For Cards, per line was a life long member of the Christian an official to re-fManj irn of tmuh inr extensive ciin. Will H..n-iltoweek pictures of some of the demo- fall grass, helped wheat, rye. and For all publications in the intercertaii-Iis entitled to succeed promiiiir.ee may not have Ken aide to chinch, and a r.oble christian woman. cratic nominees before next Tuesday's corn and made a splendid tobacco seaest of individuals or expresv Ui-- n himself. He is to be found in his ofof sion of individual views, per election, and we are sorry that son. However here in town wheie it "come back", but that old fice at ail hour, courteous, pdite, many politici! battles, "Un'e Duve" 10 we line are unable to secure pictures is needed so badly, it has been of comd Ross, who a few ears pgo was treating all alike, ready and willing to 05 of per line we Obituaries, them all. However, are paratively little value. Especially is accomodate thoje who chance to have to the rear, will in no uncertain not of the opinion that pictures are ab- this a fact as regards the replenishing business with him. That he i3 fulmanner demonstrate the fact that it vote ly capable of transacting the affairs of DEMOCRATIC TICKET. solutely necessary to those getting, and- of the water works lake. The sowater was only temporary, and will "'come we believe that loth whose pic- shed surrounding that body is dry by virtue of such a routing mahis office in an efficient manner, not will be elected from the prolonged drought that it back" tures have not appeared off all "even those who are opposed to him by as goodly a majority as those who soaked up every drop that fell. Unless jority as to effectually frighten politically can gainsay. were more fortunate, or unfortunate, there is a splendid downpour in the future opposition. Notwithstanding the fact that Mr. There is perhaps no man in Garrard as the case may be, and that each and near future, it is very much feared Hamilton i not as robust as many men everyone of them will go in by over- - that the water supply will have to be County who has done more for, or is who take part in political campaigns, more entitled to substantial recogniwhelming majorities. It is the duty cut off entirely from consumers he manages to get over as muchgroui'd tion, at the hands of the Democratic of every democrat in the county to go as the majority of them, and it is a patty than Mr. Ross. In and out ol to the polls on next Tuesday and"Vote Unversed In Politics James A. Jones pretty slick politician who is able to season, he has fought their battles, the straight ticket", thereby taking accomplish more in behalf of the Demoespousing the cause of each and eveij absolutely no chances of the party Will Be Elected Coroner Solely On nominee with the same vigor that hi cratic party than he. For State Senater. success. Will Hamilton is essential.' n self put into his own races, never quitting His Popularity. CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Encourage The Boys. made m in, starting as a poor boy, by until the closing of the polls marked Of Casey County. What more or what better pnnlil ln the end of the battle, not giving up in his own exertion and energy he has Lancaster has in time past offered said of any jierson than that he ;3 an the face of what seemed certain defeat achieved success, and is one of Lan' For Representative. enthusiastic support to local base ball honest man? Truly th!s may be said when younger and more vigorous men caster's most subitantial citizens. teams, especially has this been the!ofJames A Jone3( the dtfmocratic had abandoned hope. Mr. Hamilton is admirably fitted for J. R. MOUNT. put up a win- - nominee for Coroner. Unversed in case when the home boys the office which he holds and which he Peisonally a very popular man, a ning game, the people giving liberally poHt;C3 For County Judge. he WM nomindterl by the host of friends believe that the restoraThat astute politician. J. R. Mount. f,,ls in such aa acceptable manner, and of both their time and money in further- - democrats of Garrard County for the of tion to him of the office of Jailer of the democratic nominee for Represen- - so nrm ,s th,s beIu:f in lh ,il CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. ance of the spot. Such however does office of Coroner because of his per-n- Garrard county is but his just due. tative, will prove to the voters of the the nooJ,Ie tImt tlleV arc determined to ' seem to be the case with foot ball. 80nal popUiarjty, and realizing that decide on next Tuesday that he shall For Sheriff. w rnimt.v nn new. Tm.lnv that h Some how or other our people do not the nomination moant his election and Past Master of the art political, by remain there. seem to get enthused over the latter that he OT0.W have n0 onDOS;tion. he! C. A. ROBINSON. snowing his opponent under such a sport, not even to a sufficient degree to did a that was necessary to secure shower of ballots from which he will Madison County Grand Jury Returns for County Court Clerk. even patronize me game, uur nign tl)e nominat5on, jet it be known that never emerge. School boys have a splendid team this he desired the ofics- Twelve Indictments As Result Of Further exer- J. W. HAMILTON Mr. Mount is admirably fitted to fill year and are putting up a classy game, tion upon his part was unnecessary. the office to which he will be elected; and are gamely going down into their Election Probe. For County Attorney. Long a resident of the county, by he is closely in touch with the needs own pockets fo finance the sport. honest and upright dealing he has GREEN CLAY WALKER. and desires of the people of Garrard Why not show these boys some made friends of all with whom he county and he is possessed of sufficient The Madison County Grand Jurv encouragement. The sport is whole-- 1 came in contact, and not a man who For Jailer. courage to fight to the last ditch in be- which has been in session all this some and harmless, and if for no other knowa hinlf but woud be gIad t0 see half of those needs, and for the princi- - month, adjourned last Friday after re reason save the honor of the town and "Jim" Jones secure any office to DAVE ROSS. pies of Democracy. Neither will it be turning twelve indictments against as the School they deserve some recogni- which he might aspire. necessary for him to "learn the ropes" many men, charging them with having tion at the hands of the citizens. For Assessor. The before his usefulness begins, having received money for use in the recent game is interesting and home pride School Fair To Be A Great Success. DAVE C. SANDERS. heretofore served as a member from primary. Amony the number is the should stimulate us to encourage the another county of the lower house of names ot many men of political prom We publish in this issue a copy of boys, especially when they are winFor School Superintendant. the Kentuckj Legislature, he will from inence in our adjoining county, friends ning. Let's everybody go out to the the programe for the School Fair to be the very outset be able to look after and relatives of the various candidates held at the Court House in Lancaster next game and show by our presence MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Inexperienced in so far as making a that we are proud of their efforts, and on Saturday November 8th. The Fair race in his own behalf, Dave Sanders, the needs and wants of her constituents before the primary. Because of the illness of Judge Benton's father, their thereby stimulate them to renewed ef this year gives promise of being a the nominee for Assessor is by no in an intelligent manner. For Magistrate. trials were continued until the next forts. Try this once and we believe that great success; the people of the county means a novice at the game of politics, Silver Tea. 1st District. term of court. in the course of time there will be as are deeply interested in the cause of He has worn out many a pair of shoe3 JOHN N. WHITE. The Ladies Missionary Society of much enthusiasm worked up over foot education, and are showing their ap- walking up and down the mineaturt Every Member Should Attend These 2nd District preciation of the rapid strides made by ball as there once was over base ball. mountains of Buckeye and Walker's The Presby teriam Church will hold their LOGAN ISON. contributing liberally to every thing that precinct in behalf of Democratic nomi- annual "Silver Tea" at the church, Services. is circulated to aid the cause. In turn, nees, he will now be rewarded by be- Friday evening October 31 Halloween. Hurt. 3rd District. appreciais invited. The services beginning at the JOHN S. HAM. On last Monday night between 12 and the schools should show their ing given a rousing majority. Christian church Friday evening and one o'clock, the death angel visited the tion by taking a lively interest in the Mr. Sanders is comparatively a young Fair, which the patrons are endeavor- man, but being a son of that sterling continuing through Sunday, bids fair Remember This. We are authorized to announce the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Hurt and ing to make a success. The best way democrat, Mr. John M. Sanders, he to be the most interesting of any ever claimed as its victim their little nine following candidates for city offices. The ladies of the Christian Church year old boy, Raymond R. Hurt, who to show this appreciation is by your has had the doctrine instilled into him will serve lunch in the Police Court held there and should be well attended, For Police Judge. was stricken with typhoid and brain attendence. There should be a friendly since his infancy. He is a member of room, the day of the School Fair, Nov. not only by the members but by the fever. For fifteen days he lay, never rivalry among the various schools of the Lancaster Lumber and Manufact- 8th. Everyone in attendance at the community at large. Rev. A. W" ForE. W. HARRIS. speaking a word or moving a muscle, the county as to which one can furnish uring Co., one of Lancaster's leading Fair and all the business men of the tune, of Lexington, who is one of the J. P. PRATHER. leading lights of Transylvania UniverEach school industries, and is one of our most prohe could not tell his friends and loved the largest attendence. town are cordially invited to take sity will conduct all the services and ones of his suffering. The last word he snould aIS0 stnve t0 furnish as many gressive and popular citizens. lunch. The price will be reasonable. we know that you will be entertained Successful Meeting Of Woman's Mission- ever SDoke was to his mother, who RO exhibits as possible. Incidentally, the After being inducted into the office by his interesting talks. The dedicatenderly was waiting for some reply prizes offered are well worth striving to which he will most assuredly be Progressive Speaking. ary Society. tion of the Bible School Annex will when asked what he wanted and he for. elected, the people of Garraid county Hon. W. L. Lawwill of Danville ad take place Sunday morning and from Since the issuance of the list of what their nroc- The second circle meeting of the said a drink and from that on till the prizes, Miss Higgins has received a .,..,! lmvo nn fonr lmt will be honestly and equally dressed an audience of perhaps 150 the interest and enthusiasm that seems erty Woman's Missionory Society of the end he was unconscious of his suffering. people at the court house on Monday in to pervade the entire congregation, the letter from Mr. John B. McFerran of assessed. Danville District Kentucky Conference About two weeks before his death he Mr. auditorium and annex will be filled to behalf of the Progressive ticket. Louisville, enclosing $10., which is to Mens Meeting. was held in the Methodist church at kissed his mother and sister and re- be offered as Lawwill is a good orator and a very their capacity. The Bible School of first prize for exhibit 7, peated the Lord's prayer. Lancaster, last Thursday. There will be a meeting for men at logical reasoner, but we are of the thi3 church is rapidly growing in atAll that loving friends and parents "best manual training exhibit", the The following delegates were presthe Baptist church next Sunday after- opinion that he will be unable to de- tendance and all members are happy prize originally offeied was $5. the ent, Mis. W. E. Arnold, Mrs. Banks, could do was done, but with no avail. Every member tract much from the splendid democratic over prize is now $10. and the second noon at 3 o'clock. their new quarters, which is a Hudson, Mrs. Linney and Miss Julia He was an universal favorite, of a first exhibit, and this liberal of- should attend and all men are cordially majority of next Tuesday. credit to its patrons and an honor to for this Cole- cherry disposition, with a mind and $5. Durham of Danville, Mrs. C. R. invited. the church. fering should stimulate a number of man, Miss Will Tucker, Rev. C. H. heart highly cultivated, his influence The Alex Prewitt Sale. Delightful Affair. The enrollment of this school now will live long in the hearts of those entries. Grear and wife of Stanford, Rev. R. The patrons of the schools of the Mr. Clarence Foley, of Corbin, be- reaches nearly 200 so the building of who enjoyed the sweet pleasure of his members of Bro. Tinder's bible The B. Baird and wife of Preachersville, He leaves a mother and county should show a lively interest in school class of the Christian church came the purchaser of the Alex Prewitt the Annex was not a n.atter of choice Mrs. Smith of Richmond, Mrs. J. M. society. not only at- tendered a reception Tuesday evening store room house and lot at Hackley on but of necessity to accomodate the inDolby of Burnside, Miss Mitchell of father, two sisters and five brothers to this days work and should encourage the to the teachers and officers of the en- last Saturday, paying 1750 there for. creased attendance. The chairs forthe Millersburg, Mrs. W. E. Arnold Dis- mourn his loss. May they be comfort- tend themselves, but A splendid pro- tire school. The class numbers about A part of the stock of goods was building arrived thi3 week and have children to come. trict Secretary presided with grace ed by Him who said; "Suffer little children to Tcome unto gramme has been arranged, and you fifty and Bro. Tinder is justly proud of auctioned off to the highest bidder, and been placed in position, which completes and dignity, Mrs. R. B. Baird and them. Refreshments were served and this plan will be continued until the the most convenient and modern bible Mrs. C. H. Grear conducted the de- me and forbid them not for ot such is will countlthe day well spent after study building in the city. entire stock is disposed of. P. D. the evening delightfully spent. votional services, Mrs. Dolby and Miss the Kingdom of Heaven." l Of late the Record Ins had occasion to um; a great many cuts, and we cannot refrain fiom a woul of praise for Mr. IMvvard II. Fox of Danville, who does this w .rk for us Upon very short notL'p and from aii oiihnary picture, Mr.JFoxexecututes f jr usap!enthdcut that would do crulit to any of the larger and moie pretentious establish ment.-- to lw fojnd in the larger cities, and his prices arc very reasoi able. This, class of work with Mr. Fox is but a side line, as h is one of the leading photographers in central Kentuckj , and 'with it, aclevti courteous, christian gentleman. n!ar SB?eri3'r.eei.i Gives Na hX She Per Is CrpslLta. ie-'.o- The ! e eI?.i.'i:iiC t f r-- , c. 1 1 -- ,- io C- mte.iJent, ii Jonue Htft" fav t th ,t she is witltoilt tli- - coniif; t Lctii n. Da c .n.; er.e i.f Mi-- s Kicgii of ed'icatin h.s ntvltf Wn , due ii. it " it meisrr 4 orcu of the popularity ; ,1 Sop. i t.. t . it n le'e-gate- ' i ' ' ' gives fecr WxUvk. ' . t cm! liotkint I lj he- - ih.it will to p (.iiute th imbsc f e the coui.tr . ami the prop c a ij t v a ti.i-uin t ntr in tl-- oliv wLt sb m much kmmL Om .rt-t- s of th- wonderful socce, has attain. d wtib Ute school '1 fact that she is in perfet aevud w; i her splendid corps ef teachers, test) in constant toueh with esefe soul Ti.. one of them, consults with and advh them upon alt matter pertafeiiag i their duties siul proves of uaaEeaMr-abl- e service to them in many wa-- . It is pot alone wtth the teachers th.. Miss Higgins is opoiar. a eoastai.t traveler over the ccimtj in Ler vis' to (lie various sclwoLj. sh htm for. the acquaintance of aid fcafeed the friendship of the majority of the and the citizens throughout the county feel that tluy ate indeed teck to have the services of sneh ami ab,e advocate of the caue of education. rii .'g ef. it '.,1.1- iU in their k-.v- ' ..,;. ue - 1 s. Join Han The Democratic Nsakee To Have In Buckeye District Seeais A Walkover In The Magisterial j Race. The good people in the Buckeye fiv trict have suffered long awl pabeatlv and have sought various means, ta secure a fair measure of attention f. locality from the Fiscal Ceort, but hitherto without success. Ilan-evethev believe now that in tkeehn--tioof John Ham as their representative in the Court, that they may son see their star in the ascendency. Ary-wa- y it seems that Deiroerats, Republicans and ProgieSsives alike on this popular gentleman ami are determined upon his election by a goodly majority. .Mr. Ham is essentially a working man. a blacksmith b trade, but a sober, intelligent, fair inided gentleman, and splemlidty quali-fie- J and equipped to represent the locality in which he resides upon board of the county. Mr. Ham's life has been a busy one and lie has had but little timeto devote to politics, further than to always yield his unswerving allegience to the Democratic party. He is a son of Mr. Ben Ham of Hyattsville, but has resided at Buckeie for many years, and the unbounded confidence which the people of that section huve in him will be attested by their adding the title of "Esquire" to his name on next Tuesday, and it is our opinion that they will have made a wise choice. r, n hav-united ot i I Old Dripping Springs At Public Sale November 8, 1913. In Lancaster. Kentucky. As agent of J. M. and S. D. Rothwell I will sell to the highest bidder in front of the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, the well known Dripping Springs propert3 sale to be Saturday. November 8, 1913, at 1.20 P. M. This will be an absolute sale without reserve or by bid. The property consists of about 20 acres of land and the hotel buildings, all fully equipped with everj- thmg necessary to conduct a first class summer resort, with residence building suitable for occupancy during the en tire year. This property is situated about 10 miles Southeast of Lancaster and about two miles from Crab Orchard, and is one of the best known and most popular summer resorts in Central Kentucky. Terms made known on day of sale. J. E. Robinson. Agent for J. M. and S' D. Rothwell. N YT fe223 The Central Record, Friday, Oct 31, 1913. 2gEXZI3SS2SBaE33S36KE5SS3raE3 .&& R Page 3 .agmBmmmFm&gga& Ju-JL. 0 Fga j fcpSSS Is fa Nft. k S 0 ij to I 1 v ! 3 8 F4 v I 1 R NbM - Ja 4 . JSraf JLMf - JL Ja. JL it JLs' A HAVE CAUSED US TO PUT IN A FULL LINE OF? A l MM1 P M T & Br rr7f3ssf fa Ry 3?13 H1 CS?KJ JkiJlBM jiiiwh, g"i jras i W J&.1U and gT b3 ssspa cri& jj& f sroJi! ir SALT Oi We Can Now Furnish n 24 and DEL!iOi COTTON SAX; (T a i fr v and SNOW FLAKE FLOUR KOCK BO'ITCM PKICES. 43 pound A 98 and 136 pound Wood Barrels at e can SAT hc'i sn? 1(1 I c?pevK3 I I 6 9 - sbstES ss serial -- i I I i aywi i .r i tXcytijas:::&cb V. "-- j a iT . j- -- 5t E".., J S 8lj saiU--s oseOsaa KihyJzdsbJk-JSTWF8! T T3 Tft T ish Michigan Salt in Tvco Bushel Sax, Fonr 3aa!ie! Sax and Barrels. Also Genuine Kanawha Salt in Five and Seven Bushel Barrels. Phone your oic!er o 28today and be satisfied. &2 023 vL& rl V 1 1 3 3 JV vf-.T- Xl-V- fl ft "aj I ffl h rs t K. csffiae.. tA r, st313 her brother HI V. C. 1 J? p AS H si hi ? 11 Stand i OS Sw U o"P " Fdr This Week Oaly O. L'HKICIIKKXVIM.K. The Lav.-so- n IhliT School Roll. Jadgs Hardta TaLcs Ue k3 A A Hr fF ; With Each Range A Quick Meal Malleable Range A Princess Steel Range . . . Sold. ?60.00 35.00 35.00 $40.00 An Economist Range . . A Famous Anchor Cast . . . . All Ranges with Tank and Warming Closet. Come in now 2 lis si?' Seal 3 ?. a2 fs .s III; dllli v n r-- s as.. Is OCTOBER-NOVEMBE- R Ki f T" ill XJ ct K ens uti i A v' M'Oi During the Months of October and November Ycu Can Get THE Louisville Times BY MAIL One Year $3.00 Six Months $1.75 And You Can Have the "I appreciate an'' i, ' '. Ii be traced to a me v? ( f '.i !' lii z E.'sfe Brown, Lizzie condition? ai A upa'ft: ij;th c i zt.. .Mac EI un. Mr. and Mrs Hichatd Dyehou'sa Fourth Gradp. Wilraoth Sutton, ship of lay did'ricf." isited Sir and Mrs. Sam I'lummer at "Tha insttuctio j of the court to lh Russell Wilcjs, Alej. Wcotrn, liaater Paint Lick. grand juries 'are j,ivei uMic ly and Hammons, Azile Klam. . r i' ,r.i Misses Noia and Violet Srj'ith have The followmu pupi's have iiot been I all who arc in tores' i may returned from a pleasant iiit to relat- iiosent during thia session 01 school so f and make arv sir itnn to th cu' t they may d?m pro h r. It t ives at Otter Cieek. far, Henry Lo.iOTortli. Azile Elam. Wj!. t Pnciple of my offic.J Hf.. to u'f.- - '11 Mrs. Giover Gastineau and children "sewt In a mp'. te rtuwem-a- t f ot Point Leavell isited her parents, motli Sutton, Li'Iian Sutton, W. II. w"! t,ut ''' j Furr, Jennie Mae Lawson. Stella Law- - !he axtsot the Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor. u,atIon- V ileox. ' son. Ebbie Lawson and IJessie , Mis3 Maggie Arnold, who Ins been ni,. "in ino iunr-e- iviiiieame .v m- : h .... . ufc.w. to IJattle Clock' Slich. the ):st sum Juay: master liammons, J. ..u..i. WU.J struct tin grand j vi s to i .e; ure up L. Sutton. to th-'- ir full dut i t invj-,.; i' mer, is now with her patents, Mr. ai.u . .. .. . Kubis Miller ami KatiH Mil er w.rp presenting an oit. uu s ajfai .st t.i.- Mrs. Jeny Arnold. ' absent one , day , because of the death of m y hae tetn ,. , , election Ia..i, winch . ... iin ptrenta snomu . . oui. aonn uarpemiT an attractive meir grar.u-iame- r. Mia3 Irene Carpenter, '"ee to it that their children attend j We unre a'llaw abid 'LltlZ'IS. tf legularly. 01 lieu Koji:, Ukla , have been vi- -i I whatevtr p Jitical creed, who u iee relatives her'. 1 hey are en route to j in the sanctity t f Ui j ball t to Lj.hi Id Sir. Carpenter's 1'ioiida plantation. i tiie handsof Jude Ha Jin in h- - en ' MSA. deavor to cnfoicc th. la.v ig-:a- t Tiie silo and barn belonging to Mr. vote 'buyers and vote si. lei s. John 15. Anderson, burned down last Wedneda nijfht at 12 o'clock. A lot iur. anu mrs. i.n rrewitt voxum Kir The people are :.i tl is flcht to a finish, at J election t ifcrnkra n.-- y exof h..y and straw in the brrn were con- - aml 'Mrs- - Mson Malear. sumeu, also some tanning implements, , Uro. Uaiid filled his appointment at pect to face inJici aent ur.d i icludmg a threshing for their crimes. The Fietdom Saturday and Sunday sepai ator. j G. M. Patterson, Chairman Prog- ensilage m tne silo nau ucen bought Mrs. miston uui ey anu cmuiren was lCiflVQ County Cciamittee, by Mr. J. M Cress. Partial insurance. the guest of Sirs. K. V. Sandtrs Mon-- i Mrs J. H. Thompson had a hand aay. j Provisional Dinner Ti-trr- a. badly injured one d ly last week. She In Pam there is, a ccio of profea- Mr. anJ SIT: Whitaker ha3 been with sional dinner ta- - r?, .'i Oity it fastened in"a wire fence and none of j ''er s""k fat!ier Mr' Salton cver since j is to test anu a.s jac ,!aent i54tulll!y. j food prepared the men were close enough tobecallcd. "., h " jarts and Realizing something had to be done' Sir. Will Creech and family . ilar occaslcns of stt-timmediately to save the young animal, relumed homo from Clay, Co. where the lrtdy very bravely made a success-- , they have been visiting fr:end3 and Gavs r'!;n..e!f Awry. ful rescue, biutaining said injuries. lelativcs. tl utm.eiaan at The imact-ic-.- .We are sorrow to know that Sir. W. tended the chur.l1 .vrvi.e Ai.1 aftar j The weather here Friday and Saturaowe day was not suitable for road work, T. Watson is a victim of that dreaded it was over i"e ) - oi ' ' :ur j rmon "f Why can't those disease gall stones but we are glad to to sake h si 'J being too lainy. immenscl) ! saiii .... ' .' b' sections which did not get to work, say he is better at this writing. ' having ben cuV ! t' h ; ...V "I seleet an eaili date and then "make lam more th ceJ,' tha good". Our loads aie never too good, parson. Yviae.i ivit dJ joa like IHKUi'Yti. and a "Stiteh in time saves nine". best?" "Th: t if rt v,here 1 drr umed I Take a piide in the highways of your had a million d.. .rs!" said the new member ore his ..e hta a chance to community and toll up your sleeves and "Go to it". Sirs. G. SI. Hendren has been visit- nudge him ass.ni. ing lelatives at Brvantsville. !. CI Jcvvfl Tlii Statement Of The Cwnersh'p, Manage Sliss Agnes Miles was the guest last : v js 'a the haltt A oo.ed j. ' week of SIus Nancv Long, of Madison of bol-'lment, Circulation, Etc. t"cr, , r A i in' ft- West county. end of Lo'.i, n .i r lis arm weekThe Central Record published ce i.'ii; , a soft Slisses Emma and Bessie Sanders a small P- -ly at Lancaster, Ky.. required by the n r "! were the week-en- d guests of Miss cheese. Quic ' act of August 24, 1012. he would caicr at were r"om Leota Ray. not at the time Editor J. E. Robinson Lancaster, .' r oceaplcd, plller Mrs. Jennie Bror.dus relumed from any article0 je' 'r that were lying Ky. Managing Editor, J. E. Robinson Louisville last week where the had been about on the Cir in ; tables, bury them in tbo c'.e c, end return the for treatment. Lancaster, Ky. way ho had ccr . !n this tnaaner lie Business Managers, R. L. Elkin, Mrs J. P. Ripy has returned t her appropriati ! : i " than C 6,000 Ky. Lancaster, home at Lawienceburg after a visit to' worth of jewcl3 v una twelve n3nth3. Publishers, The Central Record, (In- Sir. A.C. Sides and family. been with her sister, Mrs. -" Cummins. Ii- Aii C':ia F:;cticcs. Mis3 Flannery of Girrard is visitirg Ocf is as follows. anil family hem. In answer to a 15 Liwson, LilFirst Grade -El- -hie Mr. V. C Uianl.enshi'i sold a veal lian Sutton. Paul i'lirr, W. II. Furr Jr. me, in a let'sr Iron Jo.calf to Mr. J. SI. Cres for $7. Socjnd GraJe. Cuitis R'jltim. Qeasic ' dated Hrr, d hi r r": Mis Nell ew land of Cedar Croc!., Wilcox Kuliie Miller, Evaree Edwards, 19!3, we quue the f i o '.r. 'Burnett Miller. Thud Grade. Honor RuII for it J fri-- - H&nlni . $ftit&f&& S , 2jih, W i i JJP? Li - B8g Sa ! t ftrSfi ?KU77R f h-- ! ! I Tl,.f,i,.u,i,vn!,nn,i,.t ..- l . ! , J mm Waaf a Gc Y Too?, fcny Krard-daughte- . ! WhenYira & r &&&&? kfif?Mi W( HAYS 7KCM dry. I oall e. ecker, mm I BryanisvillGj a vva -- y. 1 ."-J-er. . Send Your Work to Ulii CenlraS Lancaster, aJAi Tfl 3fi, us njiFyi Kentucky. !J--- y 1 i .air, t-- l&Try the following$Mf&&&i&&8$&&l 'irrSS drinks bellied by the Mint P p?f nh11! Pftinir I corporate) Central Eecoxd In addition for one year, if you will add 1.00 to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best after-noo- n daily paper published in the South or West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain offer is good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times during October and November only. (If a corporation, give Owners: names and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. C. Robinson, Lancaster, Frances Ky. R. L. Eikin, Lancaster, Ky. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 net cent or moie of total amount of bonds, mortiraces. or other Securities None. R. L. Elkin Business Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th, day of October, 1913. George Smith Jr. Notary Public, My commission expires Jan 10th, 1914. Mr. ar-Sirs. Walter East and KIUERSBURG FEMALE children have been the guc3t of Mr. and Sirs. Allie Reynolds of Madison MiLLERSBVFG, ( C6LLECE KY. JOMFANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Sirs. Kemp Walker entertained . An Attractive ilune Tchad For Girh. at an elegant dinner Satuiday in i: FOR THE HAIR If your hair is too dry brittle colorthin stringy or falling out use Parisian Sage now at once. It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair less of dust and excessive oils, removes dandruff with one application, and makes the hair doubly beautiful soft fluffy Send Subscription Order At Once, To us. No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. aounaanc irya ooc Docue It will not only save your hair and make if rrTmw lint- friv it- ihf KnuHr vrn f?cir R. E. McRoberts & Son. and safe religious environment. Isew buildings combinii g all modem conven- Mrs. Hiram Ray is in Lexington Health ncord unsurpasatd. with her daughter. Sirs. L. L. Sar.deis iences. Academic and College Entrance Coms- who has an operation performed i.t St. st.ii'tu Josephs Infirmary, and we aie glad to es. .Music ueparrneui unue'r Lecture artists trained in Germany, .1,.; aaj . u1UK ..iwiy. j am, Conca, t Courac itomMtic Science. Quite a numler of little children The growing popularity of tbe school j have died in this community within the is evidenced by the fact that a number last few months and the last one that of pupils were turned away last seo has passed to his heavenly reward is sion for the lack of room to accommo- little Raymond Hurt age 10 years, son date them. of Mr. and Sirs. Elijah Hurt. He had j Expenses for board, tuition, etc. been sick for some time but bore his lower than other schools of like grade, sufferings well, and the last words he ! Send for catalog and engage a loon Kov. U U. ns.licr, 1'ie.i. repeated was the Lords Prajcr, after early. Siilleraburg, Ky. which he called his mother to him and kissed her which meant that his time here was but a few days, and that he wanted her to meet him, also father, sisters and brothers in that bea'itifui place which God has so graciously pre- The funeral services pared for them, i took place at the house conducted by Sir. Jim Beasley, after which the body W.K.L.1 rt i to rest :n the csmelery at s;?rr4Hfer?ji.i&i WJJltfSV I was laid rjsacaaaarggssBwi '&3tB&it&4 ChapeH" Gunn's j ..:-.- !.. . of Rev. of Lancaster. J. W. Beagle and family phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Pupils aie surrcuiubd with an.. tmos-hon- MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. AL- LEM'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid grape drink. Crystal LEMON, Ginger SODA. Ale. Pgrn Frost Strawberry, Grange, CREAM j i Insist oil getting the Mint Cola brand of j bottle drinks. TlTcy re pure, clesn and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. 5g S. Hsselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the Jp direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. ago 4 lrrogra?n " The Central Reuuru, r riday, Oct 31, 1913. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Of The Exercises Of The Garrard County thai Remove. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediGerman Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to Lancaster, Ky., take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any 10:00 A. M. Prayer. Prof. R. A. London of the Paint Lick Consol- description idated School. SOLACE is a pure specific in every Music by Miss Sarah Daniels, of the Lancaster Graded School. way, and has been proven beyond quesWelcome Address by Rev. F. M. Tinder ot Lancaster. tion to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Response Prof. I. N. Hacker of the Iiuena Vista Consolidated School. Address, Dr. J. G. Crabbe, Pies. Eastern Normal School, Richmond, Ky. medical science, no matter how long standing. It readies the Spelling Contest. root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and Afternoon Session. purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek 1:00 P. M. are the Sole U. S. Agents and have pupils. Music by Miss Daniels thousands of voluntary testimonial letAddress by Miss Georgia Dunn. ters which have been received from Music by Prof. J. W. Ireland of the Stanford Graded School. grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literDeclamatory Contest. ature and FREE BOX sent upon Miss Daniels pupils. Music by cal discovery of three School tially and Jair Saturday November 8th, 1913. andj-emove- s R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Buddenly: Battle Creek Mich. "Come, the trail is plain before us Let U3 take it and follow on at once I never before thirsted for the blood of a redskin. Kbw I would wipe out i the whole accursed race at one blow . if I but had the power to do it" mmmg&a They lost no more time about the ruins of the cabin, but started off at once. The trail was easy to follow, and they had gone on until they had and 3 I Roofs put on twenty-si- x years ago are as good as new reached the point where we see them standing in the heart of the great sihave never needed repairs. What is Ihe result? Why practically h lent forest, with the sun going down every other shingle manufacturer is trying to imitate it, so be net deceived u H before them. look for the words "Cortright Rec. U. S. Pat. Off." embossed on the t For a few moments they had been corrugation. It is put there for your projection. Accept no substitute, jj 6tanding motionless, without a word For Sclc by passing between them; but now Dick White broke the silence by exclaimLocal contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, ing: Philadelphia, Pa. "Simon, we are almost upon them." "What makes you think so, Dick?" "Look. Do you not see how fresh the trail is? It cannot have been made a half hour ago. There! Did you see that twig spring up there? It would not have done so had it not just been pressed down. They are not a mile away now, and I'll bet they're going to fr(R.Tplf7 camp about the Hollow Oak." "I hope that you may be right. I long to be dealing blows of vengeance upon them . It does seem as though I Egfcj JjUISIDE WHjTEjjgg;! could not content myself much longer." Swiftly, yet cautiously, they glided along the trail, while the sun went down behind the western tree tops and the shadows of evening began to "The Kind That Lasts" gather thickly about them. Crowning an eminence, they could see through the twilight the hollow is no guesswork about this old reliable paint. oak, beneath the branches of which THERE made good for more than forty years. It is just Office Citizens National Bank. they felt sure of finding the savages. Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed The night was come when at length Oil in the correct proportions which make it the best and they stood close to It, and saw shin most economical paint for you to use. It is ready for you to ing through the trees the light of a put right on spreads freely, and wears for years with its camp fire. color intact. Does not flatten, scale off, nor show streaks, Silently they crept nearer and until at last they stood so close to as is the case with inferior paint It is your property's one the tree that they could count the sav best friend adds years to its life, enhances its value, and ages clustering about the fire. They makes it attractive. Ask us to tell you more about it. were seven in number. As motionless as statues they stood there, with their eyes fixed upon their Ask for handsome illustrated book on "Homes enemies. Slowly the minutes went by. and How To Paint Them," also color card. It seemed that the time for them to strike would never come. The light of the camp fire grew paler and paler, and at last only a faint glow BOURBON REJlEIiY CO., Lexinstcn, Ky. remained. The savages huddled about Enclosed find photo of bos that was cared of it, and to all appearance each and cholera with your Bourbon Hoc Cholera Remevery one was buried In slumber. edy. This hoe was almost dead before usirjr the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex The hour of venceance had arrived. hogls owned bj cept loss of cars, tail. etc. The Sir. Skiles Ewlnff, of Bowline Green, Ky. He Noiselessly the two hunters crept towill be clad to eive you a testimonial, and we ward their victims. In one hand they can cet several more tf you want them. held their rifles and In the other their JENKINS SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowllcs Green, Ky. knives. A few steps brought them to the side of the nearest savages. "For my wife, my children!" ex Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all claimed Simon Hart, in a whisper, as Sold by HASELDEN BROS. thought of winter's discomfort. he buried his knife to the hilt in the heart of a savage. The blow of Dick White was no less Official Directory Of Garrard County. NOW AVAILABLE VIA strong and sure, and two of the sav ages lay weltering in their gore, their Circuit Judge Hon. Ciiaries A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney lion. Emmet Fur- - career ended forever. So silently and surely had the j ear. blows been struck that neither had utCircuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. II. Brown. tered so much as a groan. Their comTrustee Jury Fund Benj. F. Robluson. rades still slept on, unsuspicious of Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby the doom impending. Mason. Again the knives ot the avengers TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH County Judge A. D. Ford. were raised, and true to their aim they County Attorney J E. Robinson. INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND did the work assigned to them. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. "LAND OF THE SKY." But three of the savages now reDeputy clerk Harry Tomllnsori. mained. TICKETS ON SALE DAILYl Corouer J, A. Jones. LONG RETURN LIMIT. Sheriff George T. Ballard. "Another blow for my murdered ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. Deputy SLeriff C. A. Robinson. ones," shouted Simon Hart, In a tone Superlntendaut of Schools Miss Jennie Hig- - of triumph which rang out EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. like a girs. trumpet through the stillness of the For details consult any Ticket Agent or write Assessor W. 8. Carrier. night. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main St, Lexington, The remaining cavages sprang to Jailer Jack Adams. their feet, but before they could raise Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. an arm in their defense a couple of Treasurer B. F. Hudson. bullets ended the career of two of them MAGISTRATES. forever. The remaining savage turned J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. to flee, but he had hardly quitted his Logan Ison 2nd, Dlst. tracks before Simon Hart was upon Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist. him, and one blow completed the work James Coldiron 4th, Dist. of vengeance. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. For years thereafter the Hollow Oak was known to the eettlers of that Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dist. R. D. McMurtrj. 2nd. Dist. region as the Tree of Death. O. J. Hendrcn. 3rd. Dist. King, 4th. Dist. Thomas P. Compounded according to the Original & ExCITY OF LANCASTER. clusive Formulas & Becipes of Charlie White-HooThe Cov-fco- y Mayor II. T. Logan. Herbalist, for the treatment The undersigned hereby give warnCity Judge E. W. Harris. of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. City Attorney R. II. Tomlinson. ing to all persons not to trespass upon Thousands of Testimonials. the City Clrk II. K. Herudon. Great Body-Toni- c. our lands for any purpose whatever as SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuCHARLIE WHITE-H00City Assessor John M. Mount. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write we will prosecute all offenders to fulCity Treasurer D. A. Thomas. TBe Cowlcj Hatilist lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Chief Police L. E. Herron. ORIGINATOR Of CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Fishermen especially take notice. CHETEKKE IKOIM COUNCILMEN. REMEDIES G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Parker Gregory. 3731 West Broadway H. C. Hamilton. Louisville, Kentucky & SC1EICE SOPE W. M. Zanone. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney B.F. Walter. Q S Greenleaf John M. Farra Wm.Herndon. W. G, Anderson Address by Prof. M. A. Cassiday of Lexington. Address by Prof. J. S. Dickey, of Bowling Green. Address by Mr. R. S. Eubanks. Editor of the Southern School Journal of Lexington. Address, Prof. Smith of Berea College. Address by Dr. E. H. Mark, of the State Board of Health, Bowling Green, Ky. Announcement of Premiums by Prof, M. L. Caneer of the Lancaster Graded School. Designed and Patented &$ Spir in i GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. 3',o&3-- ' Bjg'.-oPlffs. vs Notice AT THE TREE OF DEATH Hnyden Naylor, &c. Def ts. My I will sit in my office in Lancaster on Monday, November 3rd, 1913,--- to hear By A. L. MESERVE. IN proof on claims against the estate of ilh, rfijfiinlTi rffi fi ii"h (ftinrlt if" Dan Naylor. All persons having claims Two men stood side by side in the will present them, properly proven at heart of the forest one autumn after- .that time. noon as the sun was going down. They W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. I am back home again fer were nearly of the same age, and in the very prime of life. a vhile, after a seven Each was armed with a long rifle a knife. and months tour through Urn REPORT OF THE CONDITION Upon their faces was a mingled look ph ertiiing and of sorrow, and stern determination, which plainly showed that some 111 forRente-lie- s u!iintf tune had come to them. And, indeed. 111 luck had come to one My trip was a BANK, of them. All that he possessed in this world which was dear to him had fallselling kreat s : en beneath the hand of the red deTo. 3 If):!.) OF MMWHTKK. KY.. AT stroyer. more me'lsrine.doiiifi more DAKOTA JACK, His wifo and children had that very Tlie North V sun ( ov I!oy. advertising ani getting morning been slain by the savages, riieCloseof Business Oct.21, 1913 and the cabin which had been their better resiilts than eer. I am getting hundreds of letters. happy home given to the flames. ;tt testimonials and praists from all over the United States in RESOURCES. He had been absent hunting in the regard to my remsdies. My remedies are all on sale and . forest at the tlmo, and knew nothing Loans and discounts ...JlCS.'ir; 1.074 of the terrible misfortune which had ntrdrufti. "eciirtd and unsecured..... 50.WO always will be at '. h. Bonds to secure circulation. l!i,(H befallen him until he stood upon the itonrN hfcurlue-s- . etc E. Siormes, and E. E. McRoberts Son, edge of his clearing, and saw the work uii I,m National Bauks (notfixturese 7,000 rcsen of devastation which the red fiends 2.5.J.! Lancaster, Ky. uc from ctate and l'riate BanLsand had done. Hnnkir. Tmst Companies uuil awug li.uikj 1.436 Dick White, his friend, stood by and ),VJ cheered him as well as he could in )ut from miru en reserve agents. 4a neeKs anil otlier ensii items . this, his hour of need. He seemed to Jotesof other National Bhuks l.suo Purslev's InUin Herb.--, that's making my name famous all 'ractiomupapercurrency.iiickels.cta divine what was passing in Hart's '.vun-- Mom-- ResEkvk In Bank. over the United States, for Blfx!, Rheumatism, Kidney. Liver mind, and he said: viz: Stomach, rervoiss and female troubles. A 43 days treatment 1.00. 2.SV. 00 "We cannot help them. They are lnceio teuder notes 10,.:su CO 13,2i 00 Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all pain and deafness past our aid now. But there is one price 23 cts per pottle. Dakota Jack's Creme Soap for human thing, Simon, that we can do. We can tedempttou Fund with U.S. Treas- 2,M IK) urer ifot idrculatiou). . slcin, shaving, shampooing and bath 3 cakes 23 cts. live and work for vengeance. Let us Total t si."i,m ; a follow the murderers, and not give 7HJSI?rifJiFrfiIll pHtTl ! HY$S&MS ltl E over the search until they are wiped LIABILITIES $ M.000 00 from the earth, or we have fired our lapital stock i..ud in MirjiiiKfiind su.OOO OC last shot." 'nrtlviiltd iirollts.less expenses and 'i.l-- 2 taxes riid 11 "You are right, Dick," answered the ntinual Hank Notes Outstanding. .. settler, grasping him by the hand. "1 me to Other National Hank's a,ti79 73 mi- to State and I'riate Banks and will live for vengeance." Bankers 1.701 01 For the space of a minute he gave ndiviilnal duio-dtsubject tocheck. 1737s n way to his anguish, then he exclaimed, Certified cheeks lsji, fci n mi ji m i , m g f y ilj Dan Naylor's Admr., &c. w&teak 5 To Friends Garrard Coasty. Si-:"- NATIONAL 1 1 ts. 1 1 3 J. agi-ma- j I Pursley's Indian Herbs B:XSXQ v : - Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. leserven lor taxes Total ... W 54 7S fnsH a Ever SmcQ INSURE Your I I. S. (' Denny, fn-lii- er of the nboe '.inied hank, do soleninlr swear tlut tnHtn.-tateuit'iit i true to the best of my knowledge .subscribed and vnirn to before me thls-.'tt'ay ot October. l'Jlj. w. O. KiRiiey. Notary Public, My Commission expires Feb 17, 19H. Cashier jukkkct .itest: WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster. Kentucky. Alex R. Denky J. W. M t.DTORMES ) Eliiott. Directors. 1 II IS 3 I y IS IB IIU IjU REPORT OF THE CC' 21T10N H.flmjSP Against 3m IUU Citizens National Bank cNo-use- (W y&DPAlN OF LNCASTEP..KY..AT THE YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND UPON Jlose of Bubiuess Oct 21st, 1913. Loans and discounts SJnl.I-V) TORM i)venlr.ift-- . secured and unsecured . . p UoUiN to "icure circulation. '.m;i7 ."iO.OOO Mastic Paint with Bank 1111; house, furniture and fixtures 7.000 e Due fruin National Banks inot Aireutsi 1.MI2 Due fron Mate and l'riate Banks mid Bankers. Tru-- t Companies 471 and baiiv-Bank- lSi,fi!k) Due from aniroed resere aeents... Miecksand otnerciisli items J74 .fote-- of 1,700 other Natioiml Banks 14 School Supplies We are HEADQUAR TERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected assortment of i ! i ( Fractional pater curreucv, nickels I'y . . and centLawhl Mosey Reserve In Bnk. viz: ipecie S.Ts 00 r i.ou'p 00 notes 10,S Redemption fund nith U. S. Treasurer (" per cent of circulation)... Legal-tende- Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In $J!i7.4v 150,00000 4D.C00 CO HERE'STHEHOG FREE ironts. less expenses and . taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Beiiks Due to State and I'rh ate Banks and Hankers Individual deposits subiect tocheck. .. Certified Check" .... Votes and Bills Bills parable, iucludine obligations . .. for money borrowed Resened for Taxes Undivided d Surplus fund 50.000 u l.VJti o (1,132 01 &m.Mut& Xwi 1 Self-Filli- ng 1,012 :t'i 131271 1 Ma CO 10,li.'. X 0o 547 s 1 W Fountain X Pen R. E. McRoberts & Son. I, W. F.Cliamp. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the bet of my knowledge and W. F. Cliamp. Cashier. belief. Subscribed and vorn to before me this2.th. day of October 1913. D. A.Thomas. Notarv Public f y Commission Expires January 22, 191ti. Correct Attest: JiW.-t'-Total ....t Kentucky, County of Garkird, State of ss wiaeiy Known pen mat mis itscu. This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. il me t 1 St ... - . if1 "j M r V J.J.Walker. L. L. Walker. B. F. Hudson, 1 ; ) Directors. McRoberts Drug If C Store. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER IL icznz x WINTER TOURIST FARES "Thedford's is the best Black-Draug- ht AraOUNCEMT. On account of the scarcity and high cost of feed, ive are compelled to announce the following prices en milk coupon books sold after November 1st, 1913, 32 pint milk coupon books at 51.25. CI pint milk coupon books at 2 50. 123 pint milk coupon books at ?5.C0. Accounts are due on presentation. Most of our customers prefer to pay cash for their books, and on account of our not having to keep books and make collections from such customer?, we are able to grant the following discounts on books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pint coupon book. 23 on each &i pint coupon book. 60 cents on each 123 pint coupon book. The net cost of books to customers paying cash for same would therefore be. 32 pint milk coupon books at 1.15. G4 pint milk coupon books at ?2.25. 12S pint milk coupon books at To the occasional customer who has no coupon book, we sell at 5 cents per pint. Our aim is to furnish a high class of service at the most reasonable price possible. Suggestions and criticisms will be thankfully received. medicine J. A. Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. "I suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had consumption. I could not work at all. Finally I tried lever used," writes R THEDFORD'S Roofs & Her i GOD'S MEDICINES COJtt-CEL-SA-B, n, POSTED N Mrs. and to my surprise, I got better, and am as well as any man." Thedford's Black-Draug- ht is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Get a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. to-d- ay 70 BiuefirassDairy&IceCo. H. V. BASTIN, Pres. he IL D CUE :c The Central Hecord, Friday, Oct 31, 1913. i Page 5 -y jjsszs-jESj-as- s f?irB 8 Tf 1 i g2 ea y S3 S K& L J ffT Olir nClPL'CS It'St fta- i rasfa NirliaHeBlB ? G&viBwsm - H4" t Wil vsy wa W lh t- z&wnw a f.-- j? ? GSS ts s&Mfsa pMbisSL -- e sbfrw rs :: jtc EC yo ci-saa m. v " an Br ' e V bm jn :blt3s - & W ic il.r. k.et mr.rl.t ill ll.o SlntO llian son vcie higher on all grades Burley district. any luaikcl in il.e - i Free Insurance on Tobacco Ho ch::r2e for rejections. U. R. NEXT. - - ' - - If you want your Razor honed or a . - Nice Hair Cut and Shave ".ith bharp Razor and Clean Tow Is. The old stand pat barber Cose uii town to Eanks, Stores, Restr.nrants Once a erstomer, ahsas a custcmer. Banyiile Tobacco Walnut Street We have -- Warefce - Co I For informaticn, telephone us any time at our expense. Phone No 223. Ample notice will be j?Icn jou of our Cruiir.' S? Ics. pcanoiMni HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. Danville, V. ICy. I I I tt the largest Loose Leaf Kentucky River. Main DuihHng K 000 pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. Warm comfortable stalls for 200 head of horses. areluufe Scuth of f0. Cnpctity 51).- - R. M. BOORNE DANVILLE TOBACCO WARE OUSECO. j j .'Jtfit '. til&nir?. - - V . - -- - S6- -. Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT. President, ssaisrr-52z33lfes5stf-3!'s- 3 Danville, Ey. ALLEN HIEATT. Secretary. g zzramGmxaBrt0mix- Auctioneer. Joed Service. Prices Right. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. $xs&?a&s&5ZPQszi , maun I i .igM: -- wuii jt fcB.uKrow 't- -. " u m. ap " JvxvfV'vsrTiiBrsinP'fnnuraiBn Serious Error In Lancaster. Lancaster Citizens Will Do Well To fit By The Following, ' Pro- a 3EsKg MtMrra Hyomei Soothes, Purifies, Heals Gatarrh Ills. i- Failing Hair. Is Easily stopped. Itching Also Dandruff Or. Wm. D. Pryor, 5?S?35sSr V,-r--? snd PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. v Direct Line to N f Lo iElSVEZte. MLOUESdBl n r nie West. Arrive Lojisvllle at 8.40 a.m' 8:10 p. in, St. Louis at o:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m, Through Pullman Sleeping Caro on both liains. (Cafe, Parlor Car on day train. No change. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. Local Train. For any information .rite, B HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. & Two Through Trains Daily. Leave Danville rt 5:25 ti. m. 5:10 p. m. Arrie 23fassl tn ORiieflss 1 -- n "cr jm oav I V t? nay is one ot tne t ' .1 uubti (tUliU IU tnor naraest tnintrsC r m Hia tTt-l- l lliV lllvH. iiJ.'. r- Tllr. rjfirrtnnrl tliof I Jiz-t!rJ. ilf wmn III1IU iiVllUli, UIUUUU .A.LIB 'STO lilays havee with it. It slips and slid'S off poorly loaded wagons. In barn and jird much of it is wasted. It is much too bulky to haul or ship far. Handling hay is a problem, and right here is the answer in the baling. An I H C hay press puts your hay in convenient shape for handling and economical feeding; no need to build outdoor stacks exposed to all wuather, for lack of barn space. You can ship the bales to cities and distant places where the hay market and prices are Kod. Large cities, .hcre storage space is costly, require hay to be baled, and top prices are ptiid. Shredded corn fodder makes a good feeding substitute for all the hay you may ship to the city. Ti -- 12!., I H C Hay Press are the only hind you will consider in buying, when you have made a comparison, studied the construction, the duribiHty, the features, and the possibilities of the I II C hay presses. You will find both styles made in three sizes, 14 x 18, lf x IS, and 17 x bale chamber, baling fromsix to sixteen tons per day. The efficiency of the I II C features, the self feeder, toggle joint plunger, bale tension, and spring roller tucker, prove their worth on demonstration. If your choice is a motor mapower press, you will have a year-rouchine, for the engine is always ready to do farm 22-in- ch nd jobs for you, pumping, sawing, grinding, running the repair shop, electric light plant, etc. In the horse power press, study the pull power principle, compound leverage, and the low r. It is the most efficient piess sold. step-ove- When jou liRVe thai chuked and stuft'le morning, enssts fed up feeling Many fatal cases of kidny disease in the noae, r iis'.n; of mucus, diij-- ! ?. have reached an incurable t:tge be- - pings in the throat and offensive ; cause the pa'ient did not understand breath, you are aiTecied with catarrh. the symptoms, hven today la Lancas- Immediate steps should be taken to stop ter there ure many residents making j the disease or it will become chronic the same serious error. They attribute and serious. their mysterious aches and pains to Money re- By all means uselljoinei overwork, or woiry, perhaps when all funded by R. E. Mcltoberts & Son if the time their rheumatic pains, back- - not satisfied. It is a medicated air ache bladder irregularities are most treatment that does not drug anu probably due ts weak and ailing' ,h s.omach. hilt ;3 i,reathl kidneys. If you are ill, if yourkidnejs in through th(, nSOinei inhaler that are out or order, profit by this Lanca;- - COme3 with every S1.00 Outfit. Is ef-lresidents experience. feclivey Uetrovs the catarrh germs Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, ' and qaicky soot"hes am, huaIs tho ir. fi Lancaster, Ky.f says: "I willingly con- -' rilatcd mucous n.eaibrane of the nose firm ail that 1 said some years ago snj ti,roat ,. .. , .131111 lioan s iviiinev I'lirs. i lev ( o . ..ir?t u j uei a complete cuiut now anui i. an iuui. is eiaiuieti iur iiiein. luiiurtu cured of catarrh. i:. j, McRoberts a great deal from my Kidneys and back. Son. Pains through my loins extended to my fides and over my luduey3. I used liT. II 13 HON Doan't Kidney Pills and my kidneys be Ed Grow sold to Geo Robinsod a came normal and the pains stopped." Kentucky An lisrly Coal P.ctecr. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 year old mule 125. So far as the records of early coal The series of meetings conducted by Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n Xjv York, sole agents for the United Rev. Mahan closed on the third Sunday pioduction in the United States are to be accepted Kentucky, according to morning. States. E. . Parker, of the United States lien ember the name Doan's and Mr. J. J. Montgomery is suffering a Geological Survey, wa-- the third Site ' take no other. great deal of pain from an abscess on to enter the list of regular coal pro- - j . the neck. dueeis. One of the ev:iy reports of -- 3 Mrs. Luc Oliver of Shelbyville, is the Kentucky Geological Smvey (pub- HAI.lIL.TOiN VALLEY. the guest of her daughter Mrs Scott lished in 1833) s'ates tlwt the firt for all occasions furnished by Huffman. coal produced in tae statj was mined Mr. J. W. Hamilton of Lancaster, Mrs. II. R. Montgomery attended in JoJ7 on the light side cf the was out here Sunday. AUGUST K. BAUMER at Scotts Folk Sunday and was with I (Cumberland) river Hiw tho month Mi-.Pearl Parsons left last wetk to home folks. This wss e viJently from j of Laurel." j Pttcnd school at Berea. Local Agent There will be prayer'niteting organiz either Laurel or Pu!aki Couny, but Mrs. Susie Cooley of Frankfort is ed at this place Thursday evening at 7 the exact Iocat:rn is not detuiitejy visiting friends and relatives at this o'clock, everybody invited to take a stated. The sxme report says Mint in 1S2S five boat'o.uls tf co.il from these place. part. mines arrived at iNa3livilIe, and that There will be preaching at Bethel Mrs. Thomas McMillan ar.d little from 1S2D to ISli probablv fram 2S to ' P Lancaster, Ky. school house, Sunday. Nov. 2nd at 11 daughter of HI, are with ht-- r mother. So boatloads were sent oat each yea . o'clock Sunday morning. Mrs. Louiany Montgomerj and other The boatloads averugtd aliut 1.7C0 All Orders Appreciated. Plione 53 relatives heie. Dr. E. B. Montgomery of Bryants-villbushels, or 06 tons, eieh. From 1824 sold his farm at Cartersville, to Mr. Ephriam Anderson has returned to 1&27 the total shipments were from ' Mr. Cua. Wren. There were about 70 home after a few weeks stay with his 75 lo 100 boatload, or about S,5G0( acres ai.d he received 3300. r. Mis. Eveielt Huncar, bushels annually. The coai was for Mrs. Melvln Stinnett and and Mrs. in Indianapolis 1ml. the most part consunud in the salt J. H. Hamilton were the guests of Mrs. Joe Pieice and Mr. E. C. Mont- works and iron furnaces convenient to Mrs. Hsmiltons sister. Miss Livernia gomery continue ijuite low. The other the livers which furnish the only Montgomery at the Crab Orchard lever patients of this locality aie con- means of transportation. Sunday. Fiom the best information obtain-- 1 valescing. Mis. Speed Rains is able to able it seems that the rroduction of be out. ranged ! this State from Hit to VALUE OF RHEUM FROM THE COURT P?ii-o-Quickly Ends In- from 2.000 to ;,(..) ton? a year. The 8- on gives United States census lor 3P Judc B3rhcrs Was Relieved Of Rhe-cs digestion. the total production in tho State U 63 7 Do not continue to suffer with heart- 2:5,527 short to::-!- . By 1St!), accordtn mstisa After Doctors Failed. burn, dizziness, after dinner distress, to the census for tliat year, the proIf you havetried many other reme he.idd' he, biliousness, pain ir the bowels duction amounted to ISo.CoO short tons. dies and docto.s' treatments for Rheu or sour and gassy stomach. Get relief uperanons were necessarily wraewnai m matism and found they failed, do not at once buy today a fifty cent box iterrupt.'d during the Civil War, but he skeptical about triug RHEUMA. of Tablets. They quickly and since 1S70, after the State had begun Y Read the testimony of Judge John Bar-hor- surely end indigestion and stomach to recover from the effects of the wa K of Foit Loramie, O. distress aic perfectly harmless. the production has increased rapidly, r "After treatment by tluee doctors There is no long waiting for results as shown in the following table: at ALL ShaSSiSTS $ without result, 1 have been cured of a no need to deprive yourself of the food in Kentucky. Production of cual very bad case of Rheumatism by using you like best but fear to take because Short ton'. a&jiaxciiT??y-?- ; Jfe!: ftifc' J jwg s two bottles of RHEUMA. It is now of stomach distress. l."0,5SJ Eat what you ISoO two years since I used the remedy, and want at any time and take 01G.2S8J 1SS0 I am still as well as ever. Previously, Do not suffer stomach distress an 1800 2,701,4'JG I was a cripple, walkingwith crutches," other hour. 5;32S,004 It is not only needlessbut 1900 . ,. -r . .Ill Such testimony should be convincing may be dangerous many serious dis 1005 S, 432, 323 ffr&KZ2;-ZZ.-- -' .i-ZoO cent of R. E. McRoberst & Son ease3 have their origin in ihe stomach 1910 and bowels. guaranteed. 1911 Begin using now at once. 1912 Money back if not satisfied. R E. &S-rJl1ZKll.11MUNU.HY. .l I ZJ McRoberts & Son. A Ttnlnlnfr a an jrefc m H RHEUMATISM AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE iSchool for Teachers i ..,,,. er l WVC-2$-. V. Scalyl'se Parfoaa Safe. bft Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. Since Parisian S go. tho reroe'lj that V-- -- xLancaster, Kentucky removes dai.drui" v.it'i ni appl cation. s n ;. ew ir has been placed on ?a'e thousands of ' purchasers havt- that dandruif is unnecessary; tl at falling ''air ami itch-- 1 I I J ing scalp can be quickly stepped and that hair which i3 brittle, matted, stringy or dull j.nd fadid, can bo wa.Ie soft, fluffy and To everyone wlo ,vishes to eradicate dandruff, stop fail.n;? hair and have an fi. W Morrow, Graduate Optician immaculately Gli'st'e- Fittefl. SHtnt'actiuuOuarntitt-efrom' 'V,ca!!ceo agrees itchiness, I. K. M to sell a large fifty cent bottle of Parisian Sage with a guarantee to fund tne mony if not sctisCed It an ideal, daintily ivrfamed bsir taaic. Office Phase 2. Retkknce Phone 27 free from gre-sand stiekines?. Physician Surgeon. Delighted u.era pronouneo Paiisimi mo-,- t pleasant raid inS.ige the b?st, LANCASTER, KY. LANCASTER. KY. vigorating hair Irnic made. R. E. McOffice Phone C. Residence Phone 220. Roberts &Ser. T'iT? - Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. PE5 5"5S3 s BR? CS9 i Funeral Director and Embalmet W. M. ELLIOTT, snd , Office Hours p. m. to i. OBlce over On! Flowers 1018.1 -- a. m lo li. i stormes' Drag Stors 13. F. "Wajlter DENTIST. Lan::ttrr, Ky. s Phone 65. OCSiSTlS H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Paint Lick, Phone Office Hours 1 ( s Kentucky. S , 5 Glass B. Carrier to 12 9 lto4.7to9 p m m-,- a. K. Dbeh? StwriiH' asi e, Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Mice: f . A. Wheeler A Auder-n- - Bnlldiuorei Hurt Furiiitnre iore. graiid-'Jaughte- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. San-itoiiu- m i jtoTsiWtes?' .f j" i i na 1S-I- u Froii and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Fhlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. a st m mi Mi-o-- j -- -- w Mi-o-- its mmto&& i Growers of what we sell. ildfu '13. FUVT LUJIi. ma m- ' H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentuckv. Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Both Afflictions Relieved Of A brings you interesting catalogues. Offices letter or postcard to our nearest office OF at Cirfirnali. 0.: Evius.IUe, loi.t Kn.triJ'e, Teas.; Mcicplli, Tenn.; New Alisar. lai; PuLtnlac. W. V. Land, Stock and Crop. ON Wednesday, November 12, My place of 122 acres of land located on the Lancaster pike, two and one half miles from Danville Court House, in a high state of cultivation, Internationa! Harvester Company of America Chicago (l:icorp;rait.U) -Sft. KSSSKSS USA rrTTijsTs?ss5S!srs JJVW ! LTniy-"- r- wrii mbmiimi-- "Cop Personal Guar $o all SMn Siifferers" In Lancaster. P We have been In lnsiness in this town bottle will cost you nothing. Tou alono for some time, and we are IooMng to to juaze. build lip trade by always advising our Again and again we have seen how a patrons right. few drops of tins simple wash applied So when we tell you that we have to the skin, takes away the itch, infound the eczema remedy and that ye stantly. And the cured all seem to bo stand back of it with the manufacturer's permanent. iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves D. D. V. D. Prescription made by tho D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, is you can depend upon it that we Klve our glycerine, oil of ndvlce not In order to sell a few bottles composed of thymol, healing, soothing, wlntergrecn and other cf medicine to skin sufferers, but Ingredients. And if you are we know how it will help our ccollns Just crazy with itch, you will feel business if we help our patrons. and cooled, the itch absolutely We keep in stock and sell, all the well soothed away the moment you applied washed skin remedies. IJut we will say this D. D. D. this: If you are suffering from any We have made fast friends of more Mnd of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis, than one family by recommending this rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a skin sufferer hero and Flze bottle of V. V. D. Prescription, there and we want you to try it now fnd, it it does no? do. the worts, this on our pesiUve co.pay guarantee. R. E. McRoberts & Son. be-rsj1 well improved, consisting of a two-stodwelling, with ten rooms, two bath rooms, furnace heated, water works and an abundance of water on the farm. Hard wood floors all over the house. All necessary three good barns, all in good order, all well fenced and in good repair. A four room tenant house, good orchard and a good garden. At same time and place will out r my stock, consisting of about fifty sheep, about forty cat hogs, fifty-sitle, also hay, corn and straw, some farming tools and implements. This is one cf the most beautiful homes in Kentucky. Fine shade trees in yard and everything to make this an ideal home, and it is only on account of my health that I offer it for sale. Sale will begin promptly at 1 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. JOHN C. McCONNELL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. ry x ball team. Mrs. R. G. Woods and Miss Sallie Woods were visitors in Berea, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coyle, of Berea, have been visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Champ. The residence of Mr. C. B. Ledford at Manse was destroyed by fire last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jas. G. Conn of Wilmore, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Rcnnick left last Miss Margaret Thursday for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Mattie Sandusky at Troy, Ky. Mrs. James Raymond Carlisle, of Mansfield Ohio, was the guest of Mrs. R. G. Woods one day last week. Mr. Reid Lear and wife of Middles-bor- o returned home Monday, after several days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lear. Mfcs Margaret Anderson entertained as week end guests. Miss Margaret Nolan of Lancaster, and Messrs Hill of Tenn.. and Winston Bales of Richmond Ky. Last Saturday, Miss Mary Todd entertained her Sunday school class at her home. A splendid dinner and plenty of games, gave the young people a delightful day. The school boys are organizing a foot By Using Rhenir.a. mil W'-- ir If you suffer from any form of Rheu- -' matism, remember that RHEUMA goes to work quickly to remove the cause, not simply to relieve thedistress. Many years use has demonstrated that it goes to the seat of the disease and expels the poisonous matter through the natural channels the kidneys, bowels, ' liver and skin. ' 'For many years I was troubled w ith Rheumatism, also with Bright's Disease of the Kidneys. I suffered awfully. Tried many advertised remedies. After using your tiuly remarkable preparation, RHEUMA, I was fully cured.- "Prof. C. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn, RHEUMA is guaranteed R. E. McRoberts & Son, who sells it for 50 cents a bottle. l-- la alt PuMir Xj. $ T irx fctut Rtvla . Tuf .4iiFr'-t- t Cat In. r ItrrtM rrvtwl t eVu.t,C'w nanillrlB'n- - Lull . or"-",',r! viUM'ilri- - 1 VU if Turnn nt - lra11n: lotrunllateaiii 1 fie K et SUluwW rr- r. of V.) t Af Statw Cr'r I' tmhrS FfwITfiVt i.a:XAti I rce. vr" tlr-- l Jtnuar J. O. CIlAIillK, PrwMrnf. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville. connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & dlnhittitfnns mb SixnmmxtmmitB Hltniilii be Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. 5 Eugrabrfc Ask us to show you- - Sea Level. "A thousand feet above sea level" means that the point is - just that height above a beach mark, built en tho sea coast by the United States coast survey, indicating tho average of the tidal heights of the ocean. Read Hudson & Hughes advertij-meat top of Third (3) Page it will SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU SATISFIED. nt ' ' ' latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. the VERY No 71; a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. train to Cincinnati. To Richmond, connecting with fast the Central Record. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Xcgo 6 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) LOST:- - A Chaperon. The Central Rewru, rriday, Oct 31, 1913. possession of the ball carries it for 10 vards gain, Lancaster gives Acton a fine gain for 12 yards on a forwordpass, Lawson tris a end run but is taken; back 3 yards; Eiliott walks a 9 yard gain; Here Lancaster punts and Goose-ma- n carrying the ball for 5 yaids. Richmond Punts ana Ilerrbn receives the ball is downed; Elliott and Bourne running the ball for 1st down or fine end runs. (Almost time out) Herrons make a nine yard buck. (Time out. This game was enjoyed by a large number of spectators; Lancaster men deserves much credit for the classy ball they put up. Deatherage, Barnes, Gooseman and Wagers were stars for Caldwell while Acton, Lawson, Herron, Swope, Elliott, Wilmot and West starrted for Lancas- IS KENTUCKY IN NEED Foot ball game Friday. Mrs. Jim Cox visited our school Tuesday morning. The children are trying to find the lost Chaperon. Mrs. Sam Cotton, was a recent visitor at our school. Miss Dean's room will entertain Friday morning, everybody is cordially invited. Bro. Beagle was a visitor at our school Tuesday, and made an interesting talk. Prof's Bridges and Stackhouse, accompanied the Caldwell boys to Lancaster Friday. Better get a membership ticket only a few left ask Robt Tomlinson, Billy Swope or Wm Miller Misses Mason and Noland, two of our high school teacLers were week end guests at their home in Richmond. Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mrs. Jno. Farra, Miss Bettie W. Burnside, and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton were visitors for Mrs. Darnold's room exercise Friday morning OFTKE TAX REFOOM? What Happened In "THE COW COUNTIES" in California DOG TAX &nd Why "THE COUNTIES" in Kentu:ky Ex- Should Emulate Their ample Until a few years ago the State of ter. California was suffering under tho Following was the line up. Bame system of taxation which pro Post Richmond. vails in Kentucky although many ci Lancaster forts had been made to change it. C. West Alder. The average citizen is opposed to L. G. Gcoseman. Brown Innovations as a general proposition Arnold. L. T. Wilmont Dickerson. and while the state suffered and the L. E. Tomlinson burden of taxation fell heavily on the Gilson. R. G. Givens small property owner, as It does in Willoughby. Kentucky, it was hard to arouse the Rich R. T. Deatheradge. people and capitalistic classes man R. E. Acton Vaughn. Q. aged to keep the old law in effect and Lawson went on hiding their personal proper-Wagers. F. B. Herron and escaping taxation, as they do 1 Barnes. L. H. i tt E Kentucky. R. H. Ballard. Lancaster Easily Wins Over Caldwell Of Bourne Brown. Referee Richmond By A Score Of 38 to 0. ) 1 ' Caldwell High School of Richmond played the local squad here Friday af temoon and were defeated by a score of 38 to 0. The teams were about evenly matched and Lancaster boys up fine, while Caldwell boys could do nothing with the local squad. They played a nice, clean game only one little thing occuring, it being when Richmond kicked to Lancaster and the ball going behind the goal and Lawson getting the ball, Caldwell thought it to be a safety for them but were easily shown their mistake by referee Brown and Prof. Stackhouse. 1st. Quarter. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Law- son receiving the ball and carrying it to the 40 yd line; Herron's buck; end run by Swope and two end runs by Lawson, Lancaster gets within 1 yard of the goal, Herron's buck easily puts the ball over the line for a touchdown. Lawson misses the goal making the score stand 6 to 0 in favor of Lancas- Read Hudson & Hughes advertis-men- t at top of Third (3) Page it will SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU SATISFIED. Different Ways of Doing It. Mrs. Touchley "I hated to do It, but I had to take some money out of my husband's pockets while he was asleep last night to pay for his birthday present." Mrs. Ciiargely "Mercy! I wouldn't dare do such a thing. I used the market money and then had things charged to him. Kansas City Star. Maturing Cheese Electrically, A British trade paper reports that an electrician of Rotterdam has discovered a method of maturing cheese by electricity. The method consists In subjecting fresh cheese to an alternating current for 21 hours, which treatment results in giving to the cheese all the properties hitherto acquired by aging. No Problem at All. Papa was very much against allowing Ethel to wed young Pawper. He tried every argument he could think of, winding up with "What is $3,000 a year to you? It wouldn't do more than pay for your breakfasts and luncheons. No, I can't give my consent" "But, papa, I never eat more than two meals a day, and then. If we are hungry, we can dine at our friends'." W ifi "Why is this man working so hard?" "To get more land to pay MORE taxes." A simple careless expression in a San Francisco newspaper caused a revolution of feeling and brought about the change which all Califor-nian- s are now proud of. The newspaper referred to printed an article to the effect that the same old Constitutional Amendment would be voted on at the November election and added facetiously that "the Cow Counties" would probably vote for It, and treated it as a joke. The newspaper evidently underestimated the power of "the Cow Counties" as this little attempt at witticism made "the Cow Counties" sit up and take notice. The people in "the Cow Counties" commenced to ask themselves: Why Is it that farm lands and town property pay the bulk of taxes? Why arc the owners of stocks, bonds, notes and other personal property able to get off scott free? Have we a uniform system of taxation In practice as well as in name? And such like questions. Well, the result was "the Cow Counties" in California determined to throw-of- f the yoke and the amendment was overwhelmingly carried. ter. Lancaster kicks to Richmond, Vaughn taking it to the 23 yard line but the ball is soon held for downs. End run by Swope and one of Bourne and by the assistance of Acton, Lawson puts the pig skin under the goal for a touch down. He goes to kick the goal but again misses, making the score 12 to 0 in favor of Lancaster. Lancaster kicks to Richmond. receives the ball, and carrying Caldwell it for only a short distance. boys try a forward pass but Lancaster wins the ball, and a nice end run by Swope and one of Lawson, Lancaster manages to get within a few yards of tho goal and Herron easily again puts the ball over the line foranother touchdown. Lawson kicks the goal making the score 19 0 in favor of Lancaster. 2nd. Quarter. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Givens receiving the ball and carrying it to the 50 yard line; Bourne makes a nice end run for 8 yards; Acton misses a forward pass, but Swope pays up for this by taking the ball and going for the 1st down; Lawson does likewise and goes for first down but loses ball to Caldwell. Caldwell again try one of their forward passes but it is broke up by Wilmont; Caldwell bunts and Law-so- n receiving the ball carrying it for several yards; Herron makes a tremendous buck foi 7 yards; Swope makes a nice end ran and a fine forward pass of Acton, Lancaster gets within a few yards of the goal; Swope's end run easily puts the ball over the line for a touchdown. Here Swope has to retire from the game on account of slight injuries but Lancaster is firmly supported by "Prof" Paul Elliott. Lawson kicks the goal, having the score now 26 to 0 in Lancaster's favor. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Wilmont taking the ball to the 45 yard line. Elliott making a seven yard gain but fails to gain the goal for lack of time. 3rd. Quarter. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Acton taking the ball to the 50 yard line Lancaster's forward pass broke up, Lawson punts; Caldwell's ball and a forward pass of their's broke up their punt; Herron receiving the ball taking it to the 30 yard line; Lancaster again tries a forward pass to Acton but without avail; End run by Bourne and buck of Herron they are held for 1st down, Elliott makes a fine end run for 1st down, with the assistance of Acton, Lawson again makes a nice end run for 25 yards, with Bourne and Herron's buck: Herron carries the ball over the goal line for another touch down. Lawson misses the goal making the score 32 to 0 in favor of Lancaster. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Lawson going to the 35 yard line but drops the ball to Caldwell; here Caldwell punt and Lawson receiving the ball makes a fine end run for 20 yards, but is stopped for time out. 4th Quarter. Lancaster's ball; Bourne makes a 30 yard gain; Lawson makes two end runs: and a buck of Herron; a seven yard gain by Elliott, Lawson puts the ball over the line for another touch down. He misses the goal making the final score 38 to 0 in favor of local .squad. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Wilmont taking the ball to the 20 yard line Bourne make a nice end run for ten yards; Lawson for two yards; Lawson punts for 4th down Elder receiving the ball, returns the punt; Herron taking Dea-thera- town lots because the revenue front, stocks, bonds and notes Is suflicicn. fGr the purpose. The dog tax in Kentucky producer more revenue In 1912 (?127,C51 tha I'll tlie taxes from bonds ($32,4.tt' cash in banks ($64,240), and stocks u corporations (514,000); total $110,1, .. while farm lands and town lots aw Irji rovements paid $3,177,3CC. The Dor Tax" Countiea its Ken tuck) are in the same fix a3 "the Co. Counties" were in California and it is high time to quit barking and com mence biting. A vote for the tax amendment at the November eltctlon will make the other fellow do some howling, if "tho Dog Tax" counties will only do their duty and vote for the amendment and enable the lcgisla ture to frame laws to make all classes of property pay their legitimate share of taxation. Extract From Report of State Tax Commission. "We recommend, that the proposed Constitutional Amendment should be adopted by the voters of the state. "This Amendment has been care fully drawn, its provisions are clear and plain. ' It follows precedents which have been tried and proved successful in other states. "It authorizes practical changes, which, in our judgment, if adopted, will increase revenue, remove rejtric tions now handicapping valuable en terprlses, and place Kentucky upon a 'uir plane with other states which have shown marked progress and piospenty, as a result of sane and bound revenue laws. "It provides that any and all changes made thereunder in our tax laws up to 1!17 must be approved by the people themsehes after passage by the leg is!ature and their approval may b made a condition after that time, so that the whole matter rests in the hands of the people. "We consider the amendment necessary in order to enable the legislature to take the initiative in an effective revision of the revenue laws cf the state, which have been con demned by the then State Tux Commissions and criticised annually Lj the State Equalization Board. W. O. DAVIS, Chairman, Woodford County. ELWOOD HAMILTON. Sec'y, Franklin County. W. B. MOODY, Henry County. W. A. FROST, Graves County. L. C. OWINGS. Jefferson County. IRBJSIHSTOH'S ATOBEMEBT By D. L. GLOVER. -- SSKKS: ft. -- -- -- . -- -- - fgn gf)j nr a"A f V " 3c Remington tossed his cigar stub into the grate and lighted a cigarette. "I don't know why I am telling you all this," he observed "I was always ono to contend against confidences." "And I am at a loss to understand why you haven't told me before, considering what good friends we've always been." I regarded him almost hopelessly. I had never seen a fellow change so. Up to the time of his marriage, five t, or six years before, he was the ingenious most boy I had ever known. The wedding took place in Ireland, to an Irish girl. She was reputed to be beautiful, and as good as she was beautiful. They lived together just three months. After the separation Remington was never the same. No ono ever knew the real cause of the rupture. Neither vouchsafed any explanation, and the public was too wise, for once, to Invent one. When he came back homo everything he said to me was: "Don't ask mo any questions, Tom. I loved her and I'm a broken-hearteman." Today, for the first time, he had given me his confidence. "I think I can sympathize with you better than any one else," I told him. "I appreciate your temperament thoroughly, and then I am married myself. I know what it means to lovo a woman as you did that one." "And it Is your opinion that I was entirely blameless in the matter?" "Absolutely." "Mightn't there have been estenu-atin- e " jol-liesopen-hearted It & - lyjM&llH WftUW For Infants U r'l Children. fe9lLBra k' zrl Men wzr. . i feB m :m ;?ja The Kind You Havo Always Bought ALCOHOL, 3 1'i.Kt, ,.!'. Bears the ssgBssaa Signature J PfCKfle nesssKll'-"- j fLiCi&iifiw n t CoaioLisrciatr ill ,i Opium.M:rpItJ3; - !KrMnL fiOTiSAnCOTIC. of M v Mw DS8 m bfr: jfccccrJii&zzmusi .'- - I' 1 V ifrJ ' 5 T-.- ii W7 irr. ft or 5IXEP. . I ICEft Ar,rrf."Ct Rcroeiiv for C0I5&3v,oii.SoiffStomcIi.ClsrU- iYi'orras.Comnisions.Fcwnsi-- h t --TMs? X -- CHC ness siUIOSS ncSjidli J.cti v 2 Tiie Cect.wh Compact, NEW YOHK. &m latere cf Z&.V. W Pi r Over fitrtv Years ! y. -- "IM G n-il- ecl under the FtodjJ ij ll-f- BBBfiPSa ftW Cf U T flri-i- 'f njJvvtlt nnvfriln t. Ti U'-?HVx7n- Extct Copy of Wrapper. -? aU2Q nn,u" THE CSNTAUn COMMNT, sort." "I don't take much notice of arguments of that kind. In all probability the action was merely a text to her whole character." Remington whitened at this, hut said nothing. Then, after a pause 1 "She was young very young. didn't give her a chance not even half a chance. I don't believe she was guilty after all!" "Yet you divorced her?" "My entire course was marked out by impulse fierce, passionate. Had I loved her less, things might have been different." "Have you a picture of your of her?" I asked presently. "Not one; I turned them all then." As he spoke, he pulled out his watch, and started to his feet with a little gesture of surprise. "You mustn't think of leaving without seeing my wife," 1 objected, laying a protesting hand on his arm. "I want jou to meet her; I want you to see what admirable taste I have in selecting a companion. We've been married just ono year." Remington smiled and passed a reflective hand across his forehead. "It's easy enough to see how the wind is blowing in your household," he laughed. We smoked away In silence for sev eral minutes, and presently the door opened and my wife softly entered the room. She wore a dinner gown of pretty pale yellow stuff that fell about her in graceful scallop3 and made a faint, musical swish as she moved. In the her bare shoulders gleamed like snow, and the pendant of her necklace rose and fell almost imperceptibly on her white bosom with each gently taken breath. As she came further into the light toward us. Remington stood up and acknowledged my introduction with a low bow. When he lifted his face it was the color of ashes, and the man seemed to have aged ten years, in tho ghostly glare of the fire. My wife had left the room to give some order about the dinner, and Remington turned to me with an abrupt excuse for leaving. "You will make my apologies to your wife, old man? I am positively ill too ill to keep up much longer. Fact is, I've been feeling knocked out all day, and wouldn't give in. When I feel better, I shall be glad to drop in on you both some time again." But we did not see him again. Two days later he wrote me, stating that his regiment had been ordered away. Several months after leaving London. Remington wrote the following letseml-darknes- 3 "It was the one transgression." t R .Sl- - ill i n iKmvrv9rwmawma-mammzmMmsaacr,F'T- x -Z -.Tr--i-.- t . -- .. -- jtt --- ' . , r - --. .J I x-v-S?' I hi ? 4 1 ! Ml I s Obey That Impulse! Ths fine joy of Automobile ownership may now b2 yours for prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who hae awaited the coming cf the right car at the right price. I uU!8b OF ON dtliu '13. Land, Stock and Crop. Wednesday, November 12, Fearful Picture of Hell. The penal hell of the Hindu is one of the oldest known. Over it presided Yama, th& subduer, a monster with huge teeth and hideous, writhing body, the very sight of which, to judge from the ancient drawings, were torture enough. This hell is filled with snakes, monsters, insects and other infernal machinery. Red hot charcoal figures largely, with boiling oil as r.n incidental torture. Cruel Method of Tattooing. The natives of New Zealand have always attached great importance to the art of the tattoer, which they call moko. Instead of needles the New Zealander uses the bones of fish and birds and the hard thorns of plants. We have It on the authority of travelers that the Polynesian tattooers, who employ the Incision mode, had often to hold their patients down by force until the cruel operation was finished. Arbor Day. The annual planting of trees under state auspices on a certain day is said to have been suggested in 1865 by B. G. Northrop, secretary of the Connecticut board of education. In 1872 the custom was adopted in Nebraska and later spread to other states. On March 17, 1885, the Pennsylvania legislature authorized the governor to designate a day for the planting of trees. He set aside two, one in the spring and one In the fall. Arbor day was Inaugurated in Ireland in 1904. Orf the Right Road. My place of 122 acres of land located on the Lancaster pike, two and one half miles from Danville Court House, in a high state of cultivation, well improved, consisting of a two- - Model T Runabout . . . $500. Model T Touring Car . . ?550. Model T Town Car . . $750. with Full Equiptment f o. b. Detroit. Ij -- i story dwelling, with ten rooms, two bath rooms, furnace heated, water works and an abundance of water on the farm. Hard wocd floors all over the house. All necessary three good barns, all in good older, all well fenced and in good repair. A four room tenant house, good orchard and a good garden. At same time and place will ofTtr my stock, consisting of about fifty hogs, fifty-si- x sheep, about forty cattle, also hay, corn and straw, some farming tools and implements. This is one of the most beautiful homes in Kentucky. Fine shade trees in yard and everything to make this an ideal home, and it is only on account of my health that I offer it for sale. Sale will begin promptly at 1 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. JOHN C. McCONNELL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. .- Mil 11: 7T , .- - Jj?! tr-- wvi iiag-agi3653g5- g ss3iaB-yreyrx?ggT?-?ra?P- a & REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will,, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. our Safe Peposit mis- Put your valuable papers in one of Boxes and you will never have to worry. ?5?3 ,Mjt mr&HHR&MBl7)Si.. yOTU i " Ars Yes a Wosos ?I The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ...".'.'."'iOBi " rW- ;'W.rvi':;'V' "' fin,"' ;" I ter: !'' TS M 1 liii fat Wora's Toiiis SALE A7 ALL P50SS3TS Is whom you come in contact; if you are seeking also to give them that . y im w Wi which is best In yourself; if you are a looking for friendship which shall help s mmmmmm mf.rJ.::: you to know yourself as you are and 'i'"i n vr" " -- m mm to fulfil yourself as you ought to be; ' If you are looking for a love which shall not be a flattering dream and a "Why Is this man working so hard?" madness of desire, but a true com"To hide his property and pay NO radeship and a mutual inspiration to taxes." all nobility of living then you are The same conditions exist in KenBurely on the ascending path. Henry tucky and the same opportunity van Dyke. for a change presents itself and It is time for "the Cow Counties" in Kentucky to show their power and force County Court Days. a fair division of taxation. Richmond, 1st Monday. By subjecting the millions of dollars Paris, 1st Monday. of personal property to the payment of taxes, farms and town lots would Frankfort, 1st Monday. be relieved as in other states with Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. modern tax laws. In .Pennsylvania Lexington, 2nd. Monday. there U no state tax on farm lands ami Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. The undersigned hereby give warnNicholasville, 3rd. Monday. ing to all persons not to trespass upon Mt Sterling. 3rd. Monday. our lands for any purpose whatever as Somerset, 3rd. Monday. we will prosecute all offenders to fulGeorgetown, 3rd. Monday. lest extent of the law. Hunters and. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Fishermen especially take notice. Winchester, 4th. Monday. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney Versailles, 4th. Monday. John M. Farra W. G. Anderson If you are looking for that which best in the men and women with MQ1HW iMDHMffifv w; 3oey iiiiHbll Tiie fa R e Sluhtfatintta anti AttttnmtremetttB ztytmlb It? "Dear Old Tom I've been intending to drop you a line ever since my departure, but first one thing and then another coming up, I've kept putting it off. "I do not need to remind you of the conversation we had on that last h night at your house. Do you remember all I told you about her? You will recall that I was more than half inclined to condemn my own action all the way through. Well, since then certain facts have come to my knowledge establishing her complete innocence beyond the question of a doubt. "God! how I've suffered! But It Is too late now for me to make any reparation. She Is married again married to one of the finest fellows I know. "If you ever should chance to run across her, I want you to remember that she is innocent. My only atonement must consist in proving her stainless before the world." Sincerely yours, "REMINGTON." THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice Fres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. I. Gill, Book-Kcepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. 9 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. L3TrS7l i J I. PT& A7 XS77 TT 'gV fT'TIi r iTft fSTVfi (Tt'A B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice PresL h 3 Q Ettgrated Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at thejright price. THE And my wife, with her pretty Irish brogue says she- pities my friend, Remington. - W. O. Rigney, Ad3't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. J ORGANIZED 1SS3. POSTED I 'We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. j OF LANCASTER. KY. CASTOR I A na Bears the Signature of j I 3 1 For Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Bought Central Record. HiiS This bank is supervised by the United States Governmeni Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help U3, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. The Central Hecora, Friday, Oct3l, 1913. Page 7 5SSS5!' U M I IN U VV AQ A ElJh A A4VA Aj I i $ fe1 I'-- I I - :HiA Til' I o purchase a New hall Suit or Coat. Our auJ &&: m-i::: V:- - V ?:a- - ''. Am: ::: ' jsar.A i I MB? n.- - - i'i SVS V Mi 1 Renaiisf? BTOMJU v. I f '" .feff,.' !'i'--M.- , ' ' ft iarabncbfi iiiuiuHuimiuu to S30. ?iP Mm aw ixe c : IAbsolutely Coats Sanging from DeperidHbii $3. to 27.30, & V.: fifiM K- i ft ':: ;:5 fi' 19' V'Wf O WJ$'-ml -- . ll & Our Prices Most Seas on able. Suits Ranging from t $10. ! rt t . i 1; P tw l.--2 1 p- -5 pSisa 5?A ?i i Iff IMS i-iPrt illtlPIONE The M i i -i t HK ssf are ja Exclusive Ladies Store in Lancaster. K'S , bUSiXirAfiif ir iti a N' l' PSBSBfc (? - 1 XT ti - J l- IT i ,M1 fj,v U T . TTV , x3Sm'lS&AS Miss .t i: vr?rT'nr-iZZ.'- r z .."- - Eli.a We Write ra t- RRAZLEY Lr l j y 1 n I U n 3 1 s G 0 r ? 0 I0 :!&i0! .tafetaiit PL f ( ' In Point K. on Rrx'aud arefe 'J1 Ph re Ti f t r 1r (.''tr ff K.R. M'ck it. rir cfwStia. : orJ were hero loi the Litrict Con- .a l, JJre. K v .tT'J. i:. of i.i'. tb-B'rtll t fitw. Old awl Jamea Ciurk Jr. 1.1 i t 1 .e itii i Sir. ami Mr. Ilcbert Powell have veiiliuu. etalE-be- d stara. Iwo stery briefc cSt ' r- -. cc .rv an J cranber- r'lerh uomo is3t satcrtt y n, gone to Louisville to reside. 11:S3 Marie Tarbington. of Bojlc, is '1 hf-C 11; Ti. d.-tr tul.dii k 10i fer t long ilate gfessffertt. services b Lid. Fiue 27 K:lional Dank of Lancaster, Kj Boi.d'ng for ii'inj Miss Mury Clissnut, near funeral mains wore bat .1 uF.inM.the Lai lie?, at Knt will I.oaao far Miss Man Miller of Richmond was lier mf Maiktbuiy. Pnv f r a'e vn'!e for chiMr n to terro of 'rcr, :f " 8tW- iWitl) Mia. fc', K. Detn Sunday. caster Ci meter v 1. h it' i buiri. . ..:- -! Kis. J. G. hu take Rood For. f ortler iofoi atin e 6B or . iPv Vs ,ier ' a visa or in ujrgy- agiMEiup w.it Fish 4k UwHsaafc. His. Cevcland Kose was 0f Stanford were r.ceatau.sts of Mb ftha ...,. .it (Vrtral ietord. 1. r t.. llUr I.,, h.. icu.i " 31-- 2 Lesiiigton. the latter pait of the week. ileila Arnold. Lk&. Ky. n mi..i.: children, the jou i " Pi ctlry and eranbr- ' Libeity is here iiit- Mrs. Mooic of a fci'"-- " UrfV. J. s"? Smith an 1 Mr. A of two tf n - aoer oi her daughter Mrs. U. 15. Wilker- - II. D.rnij are uttendmg Synod at Loais- -' Christian wowun. a Vtifer Cfc. u tho Christian chLrch, ai-'Uh 11 is tteek. s sen. 1 Go t Mrs. V. H. Hard's for fancy i f A uds chvl- - t wif" and mother -- af5. yI - . STYLE IN HSR I Mis3 Nannie P. Herring has returned t ..u ai.s. mJU iv oi rauii nith . rioaus rxUml lheir tjllCerj 8J miUj o.erie uii! iiuii .f al Kinds. f from u visit to Mis. Uuncan of ! were guests on Monday of Mr. ard to toe bereaved hn-- b t id and . The Ctv laxr for I9!3 are uml dm .' thrall. lCI! . ford. Mrs. I) .ire IIoss. rrftn for a? aj the Cit, at.n.fe. in ure-- t Koed of v. FOOTWEAR I cm kre job money, y ,r.or.ej. Th r 2(i Read Day" la Gairord Smti Bj ffeos on t Mrs. S. II. Pullitt and cliiltlren havei ui; a ' Kobinson Mr. Geoice D. Mrs. J- -. A. Boystoa. - II. NovemlMT a id by e n -- a focwanl j home for a short stay from Coidele, returned from a vbit to Mrs. Pollitt8 Baa. 10- - il zt. Kj. ow your taxen before that tinw ' Georgia. mother in Yanceburg. positive necessity is week 'made t. The rains of you will ave money. .Cf'ifVSi with tSie d Miss Carrie-Arnolite wont left last week mess" of "Gx d road d .y" in so far a. Havir? b'.n-J- t out the store of Water rent n ai duo awl many are Miis Tommie Francis is at home after an. She insists upon it ta a week visit to Mrs. Banks Hudson of for a sta wih rehitives in Washiugton Garrard county was concerned, art A tbb K ney ai.d m .ed to the Elhia in arrear ani I just as she insists on the raing us mor. Meat Shop ttatd ar.i row ready to up a 1 whether or an" NeUon coantua. aeeoaat as ouk-fcl- j s Danville t comfort a d oase in her tf oh! an 1 ne v.uftoirersac.iin- - posib'j. All irs.n- - wing taxes or I 1 r advantage that thi? work which wouk t Mr. uiiij ecuuiiiiii vx lilt, unu mis, t..u , && L -- 5 Mis Torrill Lajton and sons v. ill go' anil if she beecon have been done but for it. U psoble.n p! te line of grijne of all ki.uh wjter re frcenth niiueftrd to Danville were recent visitors of Mr. to Lebai.on for the Breuer-Suraggm- s omically inclined she alaticsl. We heard of eontuvra ve pro- - I .ur patronage appr crated. Itle without further delay. Jc mo am- and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. uupUals. Mi-- . paration bvn.g nisde n scm local. UW. H. Ward. t. 10 L. E. Her.-- n. 31. C. 1 so looks for durability in her footwcr.r. We cater to just Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbio returned while we doabt if enj thing at all c Ine Chautauqua Circle met Saturday nml Mr. dane in other. Howevt r, it tnere was such ladies, alv ays showing the most elegant and at the home of Misses Maltha a:.d ... . n (IbU Ut wrious intent on the subject aiijwlier-iJ. llil. Helen Gill 1 Comfortable Fitting Shoe (&& tht coanty, thv.To is ai-- ( jiuta y r. Mr. rnd Mrs. Prtd Nt ighbots of rr--j- r. : Mr. John M. Duncan, wa- - in liarl.-.- n Livingston are with the latters parents reason wi.y thtt p.rtico r loctl.tj of the best make at moderate prices. should not have 4,Gi d rod i'aj ," o county last week for a meetieg of ' ilr U11( jj j, jj Jjournc. I r:3k . their own, nnd f j!Vw out th ir goo; Pieabytery. Miss Dane West hss returrcd to her intention. Or for that matur, whv Miss Eliza Lunsfoid is at home af not make it a cecity aiTa r. ai.J it iL- " ach-,tera protracttd slay with lelatives to Lancaster relatives. lad ej itvest- cb:tlien a d . jiMan iniipail lwm 1 i.eaa Cinciniiuti. in was Hostess m - ed, and then 11 U sur ot tuccej. iMrs. it. iucsairs. Mildrid Beazley is at homo day afUrnoon at a card party. A moat Attea'ion Dccccrals. 1 f' afttr a v.sit to her daughter Mrs. Wm. inviting luncheon was served the guests. Do not fail to come out nest Toes- -Hays of Stanfoid. a i' MissMaryGitir.es has letuined to day and cast jour ballot fur the Demo-I gKjCx) v"CvSg kVir' ViNB Thf rp is fTlirurm tti 1 The Misses Woolfo'k of Lexington, her home in Stnnfoid after a pleasant rrtti. pnminAA . Mvisit with Mr. and Mr. Ed. C. Gaines. apathy, and becms onr enemy is ap- have been leeent guest3 of Miss t l uT Mamye Lee Ballaid. Mr. and Mrs. II Clav Hamilton and parantly weak, and tue opposition is i iC .tt-- j $y i: a Fl in daughter, and Miss Annie Powell motor- - not as strong as that to whieh J'O-Mrs. II. P. Giegory has been r il Lt?: You -- 1" ITSa' ui ii it'chmond for a visit to her mother eu lj uauvne me i.inei you in uc noiae on ckcuoii week. 3hs. Sarah Uajburn -v. DOOGH day. "Eternal titritance is the price., ... ' M. TinJer entertained the Eider F. Mi?sMorjoiie Ballew of Stanfoid. of liberty." and because we are enjoy- made with our flour v was with her cousin Miss Rella Arlold Bible Class Tuesday evening at the ing a dcmociatic adn..n:.-iratiii church. An inviting repast added to! about half as long as for a visit of several days. national affairs, t.nd deaiocratic victory the evenings soc.al enjojment. you fake v.ith ordinaiy seem assured at the coming election, Iteverend J. Rockwell Smith left Mr. Thomas Lackey of Muskogee by no means sigi ."ie3 that we are to; brands. That's a savAbout ilie first question a Woman asks when she Monday for Louisville to attend Synod Oklahoma, and sister Miss Diana remain undistuib-.in the midst of cur 1 ing of labor. It takes which is in session this week. outers a Shoe Store is "Can I get Htiei;? Lackey of Richmond have been with enjoymeut Tnere is a thing as much less of our This House of Setter Shoes has no troub'e in fitting Mrs. Wm G. Anderson returned the Lancaster and Garrard relatives for a being caught naj ping, aid the onl., past week from a visit to Mr. and Mra. visit. hear n Woman who bujs Her feet perfectly. You WHITE SWAN vv.iv iii tii.fV. nf tTii is to fuard rrniiii.l Lexington. vi John E. Anderson of Shovs liere ccmplciti about Her i:usaiisfr.ctcri or poor it. Let every democrat in Garrard FLOUR AIcssTa Tom Ches.iut and Robt. Fox The Annual Silver Tea will be held at nf AT:ir!v5lmr will lniiw in n few davs county come out next Tuesday and asfitting shoes. ? make a loaf or a cake than it does of many other flours. to the Presbyterian church Fridayevening for an exte!,(!(.j ..cllesnut hunt tnch sist in rolling up a handsome majority .;ia:icu of size ami v.idth thats Welnvcc'.cr ' CntJ1 for t... .. ...VfOb s v.l. .... M..1 nil ori rttrwi .w.wui in objective point being Ellisburg, Lin- field.the splendid titket we have in the That's a saving of money. It takes less time to bake made. Our gootl Shoes are peifectly fenntd and vited. coln Co. a saving of lime. You need our WHITE SWAN WS'SE EXPERT FITTEFvS Mrs. Powers and the Misses AnderMrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little son of Lexington motored to Lancas- daughteis, of Lancaster, are guests of The new Fall Shoe's are reads and we ask the consideration FLOUR. Mayme Ballard wa3 inNicholat- AIi V ter Sunday and dined at hotel of women who disire Shoes that are Right in Stjle Right in her parents, Hon. C. C. Fox.. Mrs ville Wtdhcsday. Price and Right in Fit. Miss Bonrne and Mr. Fred Neighbors, Mrs. B. C. Rjie entertained a num- Mis Margaret Arnold of Madison M. E. Stultz, of Lancaster, were ber of relatives at (tinner Friday. to SHOES AT G Female Institute was down for a visit Danville shopping this week. Danville Mr. W. M. Jenkins is at home after ,! I.W1L1I liei .....nc f.. anu uiia. C A. Messenger. ..HI. The Woman v;e Shoe v.ili pay no more here for Her v. iuieiiL3 itii. I spending two weeks in Indianapolis'. leie1'-- ) ArnolJ. Shoes than she would pay elsevv here but She will wear Miss Susie Baford, of Nicholasvilh, is expected soon for a visit to Mrs. J. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith is In Lebanon better looking and more satisfactory Slices. Pari Of Gibbs Farra Resold. 11. Deane. the guest of Mrs. Myrtle Brewer. She Mr. C. C. Backer spent several doys, Mr. Frank Brown bought Monday will remain in Lebanon until after the ' P? Brewer-Spraggiwedding. that partiun of the Gibbs tarm contain in Louisville last week and attended THE HOl'SD OF BETTER SHOES. the GianJ Lodge. Air .. ...... ....., .. .... Willio .Mnrspp. who hns inppn in ing 101 acres tha was recently sold to Mrs. Frank Campbell, of Lauisvilie, ., t ISN'T IT 11 Incjanapohs, Ind. for several months j. I. iiainiiLoii. uioivn . in. i. DANVILLE, KY. . guest of her sister, The farm is umm- - was the week-en- d 58o an acre for it iz's-- . returned home Wednesday for a visit ijihyvr2mrcKXmjrytKr7a7e-,-Tnrzr22f- i evidenced Airs. J. C. Williams. but to hi? parents Mr. and Mrs. Noah Pvcd finfr very fertile as is .... 4l.n n..il. mi. U.. .V. .wl n Airs. J. llogan Ballard is spending Marsee. , ij u,,,,.... -- iw, UI.II.J t, in iMcnoi.isviuu wjih nei ,ZZlZZ i AJ. 11UIUU SIAk) ,.,.-- . 3 E bU J ... i,mi, ucweeK 1.1.1..J U. motner, airs. n. i.. .ier. Rev. Beagle and family, Mrs. Julia at 50,3,00 ae acre jtf to have the fire go Air. Frank Folger has sold his farm walker, Misses fcmma . lv ON i.ni'a a c j Mattie Adams were guests waiKer anu -- rAj on a strike just when irt near town, consisting 01c iui acres, to i 3 of Mr and ,n A ' Curtis for SIO.IM). Air. Forest a ..us. rvemp vaiier, 01 rueKeye oaiyou need it most? Airs. W. J. llogan went to Lexing- - j. urday. With the rush ot printing the balHave you ever lots and a multiplicity of other work, ton Tuesday for a visit with hei fj HudMesdames W. E. Arnold Banks tZ daughter, Airs. W. T. Woolfolk. thought the trouble son and Linney and the Misses Durham the Record office has just about had its hands full this week, and we were The condition of Mr. Henry Tomlin-so- n of Danville were here the latter part is very much improved and hope is may be in the coal? of last week for the District Conven- compelled to lay about us for extra help. We were lucky enough to se- now entertaintd for his recovery. tion at the Alethodist church. Air. Hugh Tomlinson has returned to Try a ton ir so of our clean, coal. we cure the services of "Luke" Ball, who have on display an entire I H Mrs. Fannie Terrill Walker announc- received his education "kicking a job- his home at Toledo, O. after spending Plenty of people have had their fire go back on them until es the engagement of her daughter, ber" under Editor Lewis Landram, several day3 at the bedside of his New Line of Trimmed Hats. Margaret Woods to Mr. Joseph and who as a matter of kindness con- father, Air. Henry Tomlinson. after they had tried our coal. Now they hayen't a bit of Hornsby Callaway of Smithfield, Ky.. sented to abandon for the time being Aliss Patty Belle JJurke resumed hei the wedding will take place Nov. 26th. his duties as a farmer and assist us. school duties Alondjy after having distrouble. Worth a trial anyway. Also New Shapes. Mr. and Airs. Wm. R. Cook will be out of a tight place. Tercy Burnside, missed on account of the illness of her Airs VU guests November 5th in Danville, who has commenced to gain strength mother, Mr3. Logan Burke. wed- after a siege of typhoid fever, is also Burke is getting along very nicely ard at the Worthington-Gran- t ding. It will be one of the society back at his old post, and with these it is hoped that it will or.iy be a short I iS niTAnla tf tliu coqcAn of tVi2 nvflllu two excellent young men, we managed time until she fully recovers from the 1 EOS ni 3 EG effects of her serious cccideut. country home of the bride-elec- t. to pull through. lnfcr-:t- sy Offir. al Nation?! Bank. r a pj C E COLLI . Anv Kind of tk. j 1 'cople u- OSCi- .;' - Ji. .OIIl s. Co:.-.:n- ?s visiting; Mrs. ' littler of I'aint Jajk AJnins. tiU.. I IftSBrauc? Thai FroteeU. T. i 11 - Mrs. Walker -- was inroroi) v. li nn of Piii.t Lick is dtreliiog and ul'. o Wed ue shI IV. i ! I . - . .e . re li.ii t. . r : , : YCl'i I 0YiaW'.n!Aiars? If so v. ' '! iv jgrsgrrs: i "Jiit! j It. ird J A Brief Mc.ndsn cf Ihe LOoinv lv Those r't Are a r ' 1'ubLle or onx-rs- t iMti:.c Jenatoi a.id Mrs. B. Hubble. Mr. L. T. Satordiy &i I w L. ' ,IMW. J' Py - fi'l r' liarrodat'nt-r- . iaK fronv;50 rte tj :; k or Ky. . - W. 7. Ewirg raoK- -t t- -f S:j: erdid fat ma . acre. Fcr t0 t'-- 1' ' l t Frt' -- 1 - , .t r SccL 61' GwtrJ Etresii'se Li-- csk. -- Eliz-tLrtt- L.X , ' I ... !. atlO-'do'c.oc- k " - c'p 1- - Pot y Ilov-'n-we- '! iS fu-th- i. .- t k' up-to-- i. v ' 'xII iw -- r ttttt t'h,llT.'t'",'w'': fe&?a!tna&rJ u. ! rj yi f'i n " f fr l.t pt):; lt r ambei-.xurgedtoc- ' sh-ms- ni..A nt ir.-is- h j rat 1 -, JC-2- fl' 1 X ,,.,.. 1- I . tj: & R. S. BROWN. a -. .... I lc f , ' ! ' xc jfh Knead The in SM'' r.jir.iy K3 KrtvV gj- vi ! I trrxrge i f -- HliiFi JZi3'0 o riE?Air , n ' Correc I r d reer e too-That'- ..! Lancaster Elevator Is Floor Mills 0'0O'0v) e ' , 3.00, 3.50, $4.00 $5.00 :Ai73ss -o j ginfrtrfigi8 ' PARKS C& HENDREN, 3 ' VfSBCfe i -- -. IS 1 Wrigs I pj .I1 Friday and Saturday viil A I 1 1 Lancaster Lumber k Wk Do. VjuaCa3g1J!sagVStef 3 fraWVW.igM j oMiss Rella Arnold iai s N 1 feO d agattrasgfe5afeai were were g the Central Reuom, rriday, wswsassass tasts "X" R .A. 3 H JSS AND lr - Kssras&sa&nsRa SS x m IX IT fllk H Oct 31, 1913. I SAVE The Store Beautiful IA IHI ,fl V HHH HHHHHH IH HH H BnaH m BB EiBIB Eventually You Willi- Why Not Now. jmmL el xx xc tt g, mj andreJifgissssssss; H 3S333 jaya SS jEI, 33g33 SON rerererererereSSrererere' The bright Spot in Lancaster. ; Doty place. Well improved, good Hamilton or Joe Lar at Cartersville. orchard. W. T. Doolin, Marksbury Ky. Chas and William Brandenberg, of FARMER'S COLUMN For Sale: Good gentle pony with Paint Lick, bought the W. B. Jones colt at side. Will sell separate or both. farm in Madison last Friday, at Public OO9OO0O0C00C000 Gentle for children to drive. auction for $92.05 an acre. Mrs. E. Dunn, R. R. No 2, This is considered one of the best pace below this heading Is for the exclu-jv- e Lancaster, Ky. farms in that neighborhood and the nee of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, gralu aud such thlugs ou FOR SALE:- - My entire flock of popular Brandenberg boys are tobe farm as the farmer caunot afford to adverThe White Plymouth Rocks. They are the congratulated on their purchase. tise. No notice will be accepted over four farm contains 235 acres and adjoins lines, and will be only iu two issues of the purest strain and well worth the price. that of Mr. Thos. Burnam. ecobd, free of charge I ask; 51.00 each. Mrs. H. S. Lick, Ky. Paint Good Farm For Sale. Fob Sale: Fifty bushels of Hill C. R. Henry, Kirksville, Ky. Onions. I offer for sale privately, my farm FOR SALE:-pair of good 3 year old containing 137 acres, 3 miles fromDan- 10 head registered jersey ville on Lcxingtod and Danville pike. long shaft break cart. horse mules. for sale:-milk cows, fresh with young calves. A This farm is well watered and well im F. M. Tinder. A Bargian, lot of first class pure timothy hay, will proved, wun nouse oi six rooms ami good stock barn. Possession given Buff Orphington cockerels for sale. deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. January 1st. Any other information, Mrs. W. W. West, Paint Lick. Ky. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. call on or write. L. O. Harber, Danville, Ky. wanted A good fresh cow. Jersey M. K. Ross shipped a mixed load of perferred. E. C. McWhorter, Paint cattle and hogs to Cincinnati, lastweek ANOTHER RECORD CROWD. Lick. that averaged for hogs, 7 cents and I have a few bushels of well screen- cattle 6 1 to!6J. A load of cattle ship For County Court, With Lots Of Stock ed, blue stone seed wheat for sale. ped by Mr. Woods to same market And Plenty Of Buyers, Many Sales Wade Walker. brought there $7.40 a hundred. Phone 224-- tCOC'XC oo0IOOC0000 I sold at satisfactory prices. Mr. W. chased a load Df 23 mules, with an B. Burton, our most popular mule and average weight of 1150 pounds at horse buyer, tells us that there were $233.50 a head. Mr. Burton shipped more mules sold here Monday than any last Friday to the Wilson Live Stock day he ever knnw at better prices. Co., at Wilson, N. C a load of fifteen Mr. Burton made the following pur- mules that averaged $215. and nine chases; horses that averaged $170. On Tuesday A A I Reported. LOST:-O- n Tuesday night Oct. 14th a few pure bred Hampshire shoats. boar or gilts, $7.50 if sorrel horse mule six years old, 15 taken at once. S. A. Aldridge, Hyatts-vill- hands high. Left from the Perkins Ky. Has farm, on Crab Orchard pike, farm of 3b acres black spot on inside of hock. Any inFOR SALE:-Sma- ll near old Paint Lick, known as the John ' formation gladly received by Jim for sale:-- A e, f Monday brought one of the largest crowds we have ever seen here for an October court, and mixed with the crowd there seemed as many mules and horses, quite s number of which one of Rogers Bros, for $135. Road mare of Col. I. M. Dunn, for $185. Road horse of Chas. Dean, for $200. and a "corker" of Dan Combs for $240. one of J. L. Whitaker, for $150. and of Jack Bourne a nice one for $150. and a handsome mare of J. P. Bourne, for $175. Mr. T. W. Duckworth, of Nicholasville, wholesaled Mr Burton a bunch of 8 mules and one horse that aveiaged $175. a round. Mr. Burton is some mule buyer also as the following purchases indicate; pair of mules of Col. 1. M. Dunn, for $3G5, a pair of W. L. Lawson, for $435, of J. F. Robinson a pair for $370, a pair of T. B. Robinson, for $3S5. a pair of Mr. Montgomery, for $325, and of Mr. Highsinger a pair for $300. a pair of Chas, Dean for $265. and five "cracker-jacks- " of R. I. Burton for $1125. and one of Bob Clark for $150. From Mr. Fletcher Mann, of Lexington he pur g'.caiCTTi-"igviri Three horses cf Center Bros, of of this week Mr. Burton shipped to Print Lick, average $lC2.5o, Two hors- Frank Peacoik, of Freemont, N. C. a es of M. E. Burton, average $125.00. load of IS mules that averaged $185. and seven horses of same average. Mr. Geo. D. Robinson bought 14 head of mu'es from different parties at prices ranging from $125. to $175. and a nice harness mare of Phil Mahoney for $185. Bright and Fox, of Danville, purchased Monday of Franiv Arnold, a pair of mules for $425. and two pair of Jim Clark, for $400 and $365. respectively. Several hundred mule colts on market and a few sold at prices a little in advance of September C urt. A. J. Cress bought a .njle colt of Bruce Lawson for $35. and one of J. H. Dalton for $90, W. M. Mahan sold one to J. B. Rankin for $46. Mr. A. R. Denny bought one of J. H. Turner, for $75. of Jas. Anderson one for $75. one of S. D. Cochran for $70. one of J. We might have made mud pies, but P. Allen, for $70, a nice one of Edgar Pi ice for $90. and a hummer of Earl we surely could not made good roads Farra for $100. Denny Bros, a nice one last week. i of R. L. Cox fox $82.50, J. H. Thomp-The mail service to Lancaster has son, one of John Kavaii:ugh, for $70. been woefully disarranged of late. T. C. Rankin bought ff.ur fat aged mules Monday of different parties that Denton Tract Of Land Sold. averaged about $160. a head. Dock James 1. Hamilton bought the DenWeaver sold a nice pair of two year old mare mules to J. W. Elmore fori ton tract of land at public outcry on $230. J. F. Adams a pair of broke last Monday, 9U acres at $00. per acre. muIt-to Geo. D. Robinson, for $325. The land is situated near Hackley and was sokl to settle the estate of the late V. A. Lear bought a crackt rjack te-iof yearlings of Green Bowline, for Mrs. Almira Denton S307.50. W. L. Lawson a pair of mules I Something Unusual of Chres Sowder, $387.50 E. P. Jones sold the best mule cold in town Mon- Many bee keepers report taking large day to M. F. Arbuckle for $100. andj amounts of honey recently, whk-m. Royston a two year old for $155. though dark in color, was of fine flavor. W. L. Lawson sold 20 900 pound cat- This second crop was made from "Bee tle to L. K. Perkins for GJ cents. V. aster" or which is unusually A. Lear the king of hog buyers made plentiful and enabled the bees to make 'the following purchases last week: 14 honey far in excess of their own needs of Mrs. Logan at CJ average 130 for the winter. pounds. 28 of Will Swope, average 1S8 Richmond Church Dedication. at 7 cents, 10 of R. I. Burton, average 175 rt 7 cents, 18 of Hughes Bros, The first Christian church at Richaverage, 150. at 7 cents, 10 of Bascom mond will be dedicated the third SunBros, day Brown at 7 cents, 45 of Barlow in November. This church has at 7 cents, and 18 of J. F. Robinson, just been completed at a cost of about average 120 at C cents. $40,000 and is a credit to the town and ' bee-wee- d, the membership. is the popular Bro. E. B. Barnvs pastor and extends a cordial invitation to all to attend this service. i j. i j. jw jn; -- n; r. r3TT3wvygswg;r7MrriT7 '"" REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Lancaster, At The Close Of Business -- TUESDAY, RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Bonds securities, etc Banking-housfurniture and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Saving Banks Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, cts Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: e, OCTOBER 85 55 00 00 00 70 07 03 29 00 21st, 1913 LIABILITIES. $50,000 00 30,000 6.482 50,000 2,979 00 11 $ 168,243 1,074 50,000 19,000 7,000 2,532 1,436 48.553 435 1,860 Capitol stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. National Bank Notes Outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 00 73 1.701.01 Individual Deposit Subject to Check Certified checks Reserved for Taxes Total. 173,878 11 182 25 685 54 $315,908 78 38 29 Specie....." Legal-tend- er notes $ 2,855 00 10,380 00 13,235 00 State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: . I, S. C Denny, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge S. C. Denny, Cashier. and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day October, 1913. W. 0. Rigney, Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb. 17, 1914. Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) Total 2,500 00 $315,908 78 Correct Attest: Alex R. Denny, W, M. Elliott, J, E. Stormes Directors. We invite your attention to the above statement made to the comptroller of the Currency and thanks our friends and patrons who made this statement possible. We are not too large to give the smallest customer our best attention and are seeking his business. Respectfully, 5. i. C. DENNY, Cashier.