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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 14, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913111401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 14, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. risr ' v. THE CENTRAL RECO&D PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY .AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913. Hog killing weather. The Latest Novelty In Dresses. ' NUMBER 32 X5a$E33CS3C& 7! frMV33&BmzZ e L Billy Miller, o'lr office devil, wilt 'la make his official ow on the operatic rH The latest novelty in dresses has stage, in Get your reserve seat for 'Mr. Bob." that ai using comedy. "Mr. only two hooks. Cheers by the cver- ,i3 in the land ; worked husbands, tempered with the Bob", next Monday night. Dont miss Sausage and spare-rib- s SS once more. (question as to how many buttons and it. is The clam does not advertise, who pins are thrown in for good measure. Joe Hasclde.i Making Good. wants to be a clam? Capt. Mike Salter 111. A paper published at Athens, Ala., Country sausage.spare ribs and back Friends and relatives will regret to entering into detail as to a big auction bone, can you beat it? learn that Capt. Salter is critically ill sale of land by one of our boys, has the IB, The ladies of the M. E. Church will at the Confederate Home, near Pewee following to say of him; ".Mr. Joe Haselden, who is a Kentuckian, will have an exchange Wednesday Nov. Vallev. ' He fell several days ago, breaking have charge of the sale, and will give 26th. his hip and owing to his age and feeble Alabamians an opportunity to taste a Many took advantage of the cold health, fears are entertained for his genuine "Kentucky cue". A number snap the first of the week and killed recovery. His neice, Mrs. Cox. of St. of valuable prizes will be given away hogs. Louis, who was Miss Gene Bmh, is at and music will be furnished by Nappi's famous Italian bind of Birmingham." his bedside. good heating stove been FOR SALE:-Apply at used part of one winter. Steel Coaches Coming But It Takes Time. Splendid Magazine. this office. Recent authontive information is The Southern Woman's Magazine, Live here and work here buy here that the construction of wooden pass- published at Nashville, is one of the and sell here, thats the way to mike enger coaches in this country has prac- best and at the exceedingly low price tically ceased and that steel coaches of 50 cents a year should be in the '3! the town grow. only will be built in the future. From home of every lady in the county. It Club" rates for Magazines. Leaveor-dr- s January 1 to July 1 of this year more is full of interesting matter and is deDrug Store. at Stormes than 93 per cent of the passenger voted to the interest of Southern wo- H Mrs. Dollie Brown. coaches ordered were of all steel con- men. Every daughter of the Construction, the rest being of steel under, federacy should be its patron. Miss Christmas goods are open, do your frame construction. Eliza Ison, whose phone number is shopping early which will not only 49-Bryantsville exchange, will glad-tak- e s: save you but the tired clerk. The All Absorbing Topic . your subscription or forward ou a? The all absorbing topic with tobacco a sample copy. !al Ladies Baptist Aid will have an Oyster Supper, Saturday evening Nov. 15,1913 growers is the price this year's crop will bring on the breaks, and the openReal Estate Active. at Room adjoining Opera House. ing day sales are awaited with interest Messrs Hughes & Swint bread, the Eegs are 75 cents a dozen in New and anxiety The general opinion is. wide awake reai estate dealers report W York City. If you are counting on an that the pi ice will run high as result of two sales of considerable consequence "Egg-nogfor Christmas, you had the shortage and lightness of the body. this week as follows, they sold the 2! better get an egg now. In the past a light weight and light col-o- r James B. Collier home on Danville a tobacco has been in great demand; street in this city to Mr. John M. 53 Out Again. it is used principally in the manufacture Sanderslof Marksbury Ky. for $6350. A light body tobacco Mr. Sandere will Mr. George Smith Jr., our efficient of cigarettees. take possession of his and faithful city editor, whom we re. is very hard to bring in case, therefore new purcnase on January ist. tie is a fr danger from casing and fnnking while ported ill in our last issue, we are glad splendid citizen and will lv accorded a enroute in export shipment is very cordial welcome to Lancaster. to state is out again. "Whistle" is a Tho i newspaper man of rare ability and his small, therefore desirable and ha.3 al other sale was that of the farm of the ' ways brought top prices owing to the late W. S. Walker near Point Leave!!, services were very much missed from scarcity of that grade. this office during his ten days illness. consisting of 216 acres to Mr. S. 1). Cochran of Lancaster at 100 per acre, Mr. Virgil Gastineau's House Burned. A Pretty Party. possession January 1st. Mr. Cochran The country residence of Mr. W. V. owns splendid residence property in Misses Martha and Helen Gill enknow-witertained Wednesday afternoon at a Gastineau, five miles on the Richmond Lancaster, and we are glad to remain here. pike, burned to the ground at 10 oclock complimentary' to pretty party Huntington and Duerson, of Mt. Tuesday morning, together with most Come to our store and look them over before Mr. and Mrs. GastiMiss Higgins Deserves Creat Credit. A delightful salad course or its contents. i Sterling. was served and a pleasant afternoon neau had left home shortly before for you buy. Miss Jennie Higgins requests the (passed with these popular ladies, who town, and the fire was discovered by Record to extend her thanks to everyneighbors in time to catch them before will be remembered here as Misses they had reached town. They left a one who assisted in making the School I Arabellamd Margaret Bogie. fire covered up in a grate in one of the Fair of last Saturday such a success. LUbine.-'men, merrooms and it is supposed that this was This includes the The Poor Editor. the source of the fire. Neighbors and chants, teachers, patrons, pupils and j The beautiful snow having caught us those who gathered were able to save all who contributed to the success of without any winter flannel or coal fail but a few Inusehold effects. The coal the undertaking. In this connection we debire to say ed to inspire a poem. We hope by the house and meat house also burned. Mr. next snow fall all of our deiinqut i.t Gastineau carried $1200 insurance on upon our own initiative and there is great credit due Miss Higgins for her subscribers and debtors will have cal.ed " T. " , ,V at this office thereby securing a peom . " is indefatigable elforts towaid the making vvaa i"""j " oul'"u": She that otherwise might be lost to man- - Known as me "Joiin w. Calmer" place such a success of the exhibition. labored unceasingly with that ei.d in kind. and is one of the oldest structures in how well she succeeded the county, having been built near a view and just all those who attended know. This is hundred years ago. Mr. Gastineau in the second year of the School Fair and j the past few years, has been a severe loser by fire, having lost two valuable to say that this eclipsed the first one is putting it mildly, and we predict tabacco barns together with their that the next exhibition will by far1 outstrip the one of last Saturday, and that 'the people of the county will Hunlers Delight. come to her assistance and by their The game season opens tomorrow, unstinted support will enable her to Saturday, and from then until Jan. 1st give an exhibition in, thJ3 county next qjail may be killed, provided you can year that will be second to none in the 9 find them and hit 'em after yau find state. 'em. Rabbits may also be killed. There are said to be a good many hyds GREAT CONFUSION ABOUT THE GRADED in the county and rabbits are more plentiful than in years. Before going SCHOOL TAX IN LANCASTER. hunting do not forget the little formality of securing a license, even if you, The Legislature of 19.12 enacted a are going to hunt upon, your own place, law authorizing the Trustees of which is permissable without a license, Graded Schools to increase the tax but you might be tempted to wander levy up to 50 cents on each $100.00 upon some ether mans premises, and worth of assessable property in the suppose the Game Warden should catch Districts. The tax levy in this Graded iyou, and jou. were unable to produce a School District has been 25 cents under license. We have a. Game Warden, the vote that established the School. ana; he is threatmng to. be a pretty After our new building was completed alert one, and the best way to steer the Trustees found that there were not clear of him is to get a license. It is sufficient funds to pay for the furnialso advisable to refrain from going ture and other necessary equipment unon the nremises nf tVinao fnrmura ' for the school and therefore increased d who have their lands posted, You will the tax levy froir 25 to 50 cents to a list of posted lands elsewhere in cure the funds to pay for the needed Given away absolutely Free December 24th, 1913 at 2:30 p. m. just furniture. In a recent decision of th the Record. Kentucky Court of Appeals the law of In time to make Xmas Presents. 1912 in so far as it applied to this "Mr. Bob" An Amusing Comedy. Graded School was held to be unconAn all star company will present and void. The following is the list. "Mr. Bob" at the Opera House, Mon- stitutional y Whether or not the Board had the day evening, November 17th. These right $ 185 00 First Prize -- Lady's Diamond Ring, value under the law as existed prior to . . . capable players, among whom the Suit . 125 00 Second Prize Mahogany 1912 to increase the levy without a honors are divided so evenly, that de-- ! 75 00 Third Prize Trade Coupon, value people authorizing it seems 'spite the high acting of our office devil, vote of the B0 00 Fourth Prize Trade Coupon, value to be unsettled. Some . members of the Billv Miller, none can be called the , ,. , , ., . , ,. . ,, 25 00 Fifth Prize Hoofier Kitchen Cabinet local our uuiuiijk iL uiai it. uiu nave me star. 22 50 Sixth Prize Trade Coupon, value and Others holding that it did no The cast throughoutis a pleasing one, right '20 00 Seventh Prize Trade Coupon, value the increase in the levy is void. is for those who go to the theater, and that and it 15 00 Eighth Prize Tiade Coupon, valus There appears in this issue of the as Sheridan feared many did in his 12 50 Ninth Prize Trade Coupon, value time, merely to be amused. The com- Record a letter from the Assistant 10 00 Tenth Prize Gold Coii. value Attorney General of Kentucky favoredy, whicn constitutes most of the play. 7 50 Eleventh Prize T- - ide Coupon, value ing the legality of the levy. is never forced or strained. They will Coin, value 5 00 Twelfth Prize-G- ld r It 13 quite probable that he did not administer the laugh cure for all that fully consider all the history of the ails you. It is described as a merry rendered this opinion as tangle of situations, with seven people case before he Beyond any Doubt we have the most ccmplete showing of Clothing, Shoes, Hats out in the letter. There is conin the mix up, and it will fill all the set doubt as to legality of the Caps and Furnishing goods ever offered the people of Lancaster, Gariaid or surrounding requirements of "a laugh producer. The ! siderable levy from 25 to 50 cents, and counties at prices that defy any and all competitors. We can show you better" than we are the popular price, being 15 increased seats the matter should be settled by the cents for children, adults 25 cents and can tell you in print. Our line of Ladies suits, Coats, Dresses and Costumes are direct from Courts before taxpayers are required reserve seats 35 cents. the leading manufacturers of New York. We want you to see-the, to pay the tax. No little complaint DRAMATIS PERSONS Buy your Fall and Winter outfit of us, you will save money and be correctly would be heard if a portion of the disPhilip Royson, Mr. Hewlett. you will have a chance at our free list of premiums. trict should pay taxes on a 50 cent Robert Brown Clerk of Benson & levy and later it should be found the Benson, L. G. Davidson. increased levy be held illegal and others Jenkins Miss Rebecca's Butler, get off with 25 cent levy. Circuit Billy Miller. Court begins here on November 24th. Lady, and an agreed case could be submitted Rebecca Luke A Maiden Mrs. Robt. Embry. to Judge' Hardin on the first day of the Katherine Rogers Her Niece, Miss Court and the whole controversy be Noland. settled. '.In the event the levy is Marion Bryant Katherine's Friend, held illegal the Board of Trustees could th'en take the necessary s.teps to proMrs. F. G. Hurt. Patty Miss Rebecca's Maid, , Mrs. vide funds for paying the debt and ' l LT N. Miller. maintaining the school. E!isjgJj5rrglS!jgjarsjaiiWE3fil :0.1Sfiern)foP&gr7lfcIfrtll w Km og Killing HEADQUARTERS FOR m M m ! :j Time is here and we have everything in that line. " .$ 'I A I l I P m B i AND iutclier Knives, B m a MLLS LARD PRESSES. " OF ALL KINDS. a r L- - LARD PRESSES in different sizes and WhnlpsaTp a rdJ T?ptnil Parr?wai'A isa i J :J,5V ; fdLirllJii.r"rlr3rrMP,rlL r makes Bl- - ILqgggp - iij ll Mes-dam- es s J Live and Let Live Folks ": .,.., n Bed-roo- wMmmuKmmmmmsmsmmwmmmmmam 502. Worth ...' of Premiums i dress-ed-b'esid- ' r- - I i PL ;3 PfB 2 I n& BJ An S rr f r m Rn opgpi a PS Jm UL fxON A. The Greatest Opportunity ever offered you. W. J. Somaiis, ac: V ip)n o Lancaster i -- - ,se-fin- NEW I ,1 .. I Uiluuo Now In Stock and at last years price. Buy before we are forced to advance them. Everything necessary for cake baking and new clean stock. x m. es H T. LOGAN fe . Davidson & Doty. High Grrde Groceries and Meals. Phone ,f . 181- - i X i - . . V r -- jU v.-- r PFp v ?- Fag 2 The Central fieodrd, Friday, Nov 14, 11B, mM,jn mirmMMmmmmllnt-- ' 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 1st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se m WW . - My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. - JAS. W. SMITH i The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. ' uuiu jtuii, oi me atony roini scnooi Hill school, ribbon. one dollar by Treadway and Woods The five dollars given by Hudson & Mr. John W. Tatem, who as stated Outweighed but not outclassed, the Attend School Fair And Much Interest Is third prize, ribbon Anne Reid, of the Hughes, as a premium in tl e corn club incorporated. in a recent issue of the Record, suffer- - High school foot ball team met defeat ' Exhibit, was given for the largest wagon Lancaster school. Huffman. $1.00 a year, a slight stroke of paralysis, is much at the hands of the Stanford school Issued Weekly. Shown. Handmade apron, first prize Cynthia load of children to the Buena Vistr. improved and is able to be up and team last Friday afternoon, by a score Mrs. Annie Huffman, wife of Mr. . Prewitt, of the Walker school pair I school, as there was no corn club entry. There is a feehng of just pride per-- , shoes b Jo J. ROBINSON. Editor. about his affairs, and the indications of 25 to 0. Our boys did some good h MercantiIc Co.f second There was no exhibit of Lester Bryant Albert Huffman, died at her late home in the northern part of th county Sunare that he will suffer no bad effects work but need more practice and the vadine Lancaster and Garrard County rfze HBnnah Bourne of the HerrIng corn and the two dollars given by the R.L. ELKIN. Busi..sss Manager. people over the attendance, interest from his illness. services of a good coach. thirdl Garrard Bank & Trust Co., was given day. The summons coming suddenly, hoo, china bow, b w B Ba ana exniDitsot tne bcnool tair. to sayjp.ize Entered at the Post (Mire- In Laucaster, Ky., Marie Ray of the Sycamore as second prizes in the spelling Con- and her remains were interred in the Mi.ll Matter. as Second-Clas- s A Garrard County Success. nothing of the school progress we have school ribbon Lancaster cemetery on Monday afterPractical Road Man. tests and Drawing. made. Garrard is forging to the front noon. Her death was due to heart Handmade 'shirtwaist, first prize, Dr.Grover H. Ross, wife and interestKentucky Tress Association Member Stanford street is being made into a in the matter of public school educa- failure. She is survived by a number "Mr. Bob" Monday night. Ferman AskinSi of the Buena yista Myers, of veritable ing little daughter, Annie and boulevard under the able by leaps and bounds. It is a little of grown children. Mrs. Huffman was .......... i,..i .....: Berry Ky. are visiting Mr. Ross' par- Kllnorv.sinn nf Sniliro .T . -- . Rnnrnp. tion -uuu .1 a auiuui, scwmi, iuu UJ ti... wu nil t. P Eighth District Publishers League. ..... ........ -- , .,.... 55 years of age at the time of her Elegant Church. lauuitmf immiuiiunai me progress we derson, second prize Lucretia AnderA. Ross at Nina Some ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe of the country people are feeling have made in the last three or four death, bhe was son, of the Antioch school, suit case by Ky. It seems but a few years since a little bit worried over the road out- The Madisonian has a fine picture of urnman nrwl vat a splendid, christian i yearg. The first indication there was R. H. Batson, third prize ribbon, Mary nnmt1n. I " i.. Lancaster, Ky., November 14, 1913. Ross was a member of the side of the town limits being worn out that Grover the elegant new Christian Church of ""d " something doing in the old county, was ' King Sutton, Herring school. C,fcIe f fr,ends J0'" witl Garrard county public school teachers, in order to make it, but we know that city, which will be dedicated next when better school buildings were r Best dressed doll, first prize Hazel Sunday. This brotherhood is to be, f ; and before his friends of not long since . Bourne has not forgotten when manded. Rates For Political Announcements had lost track of him he has achieved Kauffman, of the Hickman school, five congratulated upon the prospect of he was a country man and we believe to the bereaved family. Those who doubted and even fiercely pound box of candy by Mrs. R. Zim-me- r, For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 success and won for himself a position worshiping in such a building. 10.00 of prominence as a shysician in the he thinks too much of us Rubes not to opposed the consolidation of schools or County Offices second prize one dollar's worth of put it in as good condition as he found must now be convinced by the larger! Office Of Information, U. S. Dept. 15.00 town of his adoption. Of For State and District Offices hair ribbon by Miss Rella Arnold to Kentucky Woman Awarded Carnegie Hero it. attendance or one gooa equipped .i,,n. 10 nf n,a r . ..at.... For Calls, per line Agriculture. 1 he bquire is a practical road man school, that it was for the best. Paint Fund. 10 For Cards, per line third prizei ribbon t0 Ruul Ta. or of More Burden For Garrard's Iunocent and the county will miss his services ' Lick first saw the vision and voted to the Lancaster school. i For all publications in the interA Kentucky woman, an Indiana man Telegraphic Crop News Service To Be when his time expires on January 1st. consolidate her schools and erected a est of individuals or expresBes, box of M.nri,. and a lennessee woman werp among first nr. Shoulders Extended To AH States. handsome building; Buena Vista fol- - Louise Ric o the Paint Lick schooU those named in the list of the awards sion of individual views, per Farmers Institute. The following is taken from the lowed. The next evidence of develop-- . a Brown, second nrize. of the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission, .miie bv Department of Agriculture, through 05 Richmond Pantagraph of November 7th: Obituaries, per line The annual Garrard County Farmers ment was when Buena Vista gave her Johnetta Farra.of the Lancaster school Mm. Riw.it n Wai,tt .,f Flavin... Cooperation between Bureau of Statis- "Joe Kells. Republican nominee for institute will be held in Lancaster next children free transportation, The one d0a- - bv Lancaster Mfcr. Co.. Ky., widow of Everett O. Wolcott, who Assessor of Garrard county, was shot anu lne w ealner Bureau btations the third Drize.rihunn hv Snllie T.on Tpatpr was suffocated while helping to save Monday and Tuesday, November, 17th, vote was taken and carried, wagons obviously fit" in and already and Ethel Ray of the Buckeye school. George C. Brown from suffocation in t0 get mn"ly crop news quickly to all That the schools in any county exer- and killed by an assassi-- i the night of and 18th. cise the most potent influence for good October 29th. No arrests." Best picture frame.firat prize Joseph an oil tank at Lawrenceville. 111. June "papers. These institutes are absolutely free seem to have been established for must be conceded by all. Adequate For the lands sake Bro. Smith where Washington, D. C.-- As a result of of cost to the farmers of the county, ages; other districts will fall in line Jennings, of the Buena Vista school 5, 1912, was awarded a pension of 50. and varied provision for education is did you get it? The republican canrom euuors ana editorial as- and the next generation will wonder pair shoes by J. W. Smith, of Lancas a month for each of three children. She by the provision of the Generbeing thought of in Garrard as never didate for Assessor was "Tom" Chest- made so how we could have done without them, ter, second prize.Carlos al Assembly. The department of ag- Hedrick of the also was awarded a silver medal. The sociations in many States, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has anbefore. A county which claims to of- nut, and he is just about the liveliest will furnish two lecturers on It was a real treat to see these four pajnt Lick school, base-ba- ll bat, by T. pension for the children is to continue riculture fer unique advantages to home-lovecandidate that was ever beaten for of nounced that the November crop rehandsome wagons, .the first many of i Kuhlman of Lowell, third prize, ribbon until they are 16 years old. farm topics and lady lecturer on housemust possess the very best school fice. Dave Sanders was elected or. the hold us ever saw and we congratulate Buena by Robert Elliott, of Noah Hood, of Lawrenceville, 111., ports for each State will be supplied to the Baker school. local affairs. Besides several facilities. Whatever else is stinted, Democratic ticket and John Green was Vista, upon not only having the first Manual training exhibit, first prize who narrow escaped suffocation in an the newspapers in all States through our schools are being well cared for. the Proeressive nominee. All of these speakers, lecturers from the Forestry in Garrard, but the first in the state. Paint Lick school, ten dollars by Hon. attempt to save the life of Wolcott and the Central Weather Station located in Those who today have the schools in gentleman are enjoying the best of Educational workers have endorsed J no. B. M Ferran.of Louisville, second Owens S. Ramsey, also of Lawrence- each of the States. will be on hand, charge can not exactly see the form health, none were assassinated, no at- . .' This is an extension of the experithese wagons as a great step forward prize. Mason school, five dollars by the ville who helped to save Brown and i uuc jo itivueuj aiiu uicu tv in that will be assumed a quarter of a tempt was made to assassinate any the cause of education. Next year Woman's Club, of Lancaster, third then tried to save Wolcott, each, was ment of telegraphing the State crop century hence, but they have it in them, or anyone else on October 29th attend these meetings. They have j we are expecting even greater things prize, ribbon by awarded a silver medal and $1000 as' felu3 l me central Weather Stations Paint Lick school. their power to hasten the brilliant or any date immediately previous to instructive, as every phase of farm oi uarraru ana uy tne next census we Best speller, fint prize, Elsie Bryant needed. AWiley C. James who also took j ln eacn of nlne States, and having these Garrrrd has educational future. The highest de- that to our knowledge. life will be discussed. Attend and help will unquestionably be one of the fore- of the Cartersville school, 2.50. by the a part in the rescue of Brown, also , teIeKms duplicated at once and mail-wvelopment of the school of this county long since ceased to be the "dark and awarded $1,000 as needed and a t ed t0 the newspapers and agricultural make agricultural interests a greater most counties in the state in common Garrard Milling Co., of Lancaster, in the years ahead is largely condition- bloody ground" of Central Kentucky, .publications. Under this plan news-Luc- y factor in the development of the state. school education; this can only be ac- second prize, one dollar.by the Garrard silver medal. ed by those in authority doing their notwithstanding the fake reports sent complished, however, by keeping up Bank and Trust Co., of Lancaster. C. Edwards, of Chattanooga j paIers in 39 additional States will .now whole duty by the schools today. A out and the utterly foundless publicathe good work of the last few years Best map, first prize, Elsie Howard of Tenn. who saved 7 year old Garnett "ce,ve fu" details of the State crops Pay Your Graded School Tax. saying of Confucius bids U6 take the tions which appear from time to time and pressing forward. 3, the Paint Lick school, two dollars, by Andrews Jr. from a rabid dog May 21, far more lUIckIy than would be future as our counsellor and do today's in our exchanges, which are extremely To the patrons of the Lancaster GradThe teachers of Garrard proved to Fish & Hammack, second was awarded a bronze medal for ' 3lbI 'f these State crop details were prize, Sallie duty in the light of future possibilities. detrimental to the fair name of our ed School us last Saturday that they were bring- Elam, of the Lawson school, one dollar the act. I put ln the maiIs ln Washington and had Those who today direct the destinies peaceabla county. to travel by train long distances to the There having been some contention ing to the service of the people, well by the Garrard Bank & Trust Co., third of the schools of Garrard county and as to the legality of the school tax trained minds, tried public spirit and prize, ribbon, Iva Pearl Hume of the "ore remote States The Government Wants Dairymen. the people whose wishes they execute, Gloom Cast Over Richmond Because Of levied this year, by the trustees of the broad human sympathy, all of which Under this plan the general summary Teatersville school. The establishment of creameries on of tlie crops for the United States will, are working, not only for today, but Graded School, they sent Hon. R. H. are essential in the good teacher. In Exhibit of drawing, first prize, Ora several irrigation projects of the Gov- - as heretofore, be for ten, twenty and thirty years from Tragic Happening To Family Of Tomlinson to Frankfort to confer in looking through the various exhibits issued in Washington Estridge, of the Paint Lick school, two ernment during the past two years has now. They are building with their for telegraphic distribution. It has reference to this matter. The follow- of crocheting, sewing, embroidery, Mr. Ben L. Banks. best wisdom and liberality and the hising is the opinion of the Attorney Gen- basket weaving, candy making and dollars, from the National Bank of , proven so successiui mai mere is wiue-- 1 Deen found, however, that the condi-- j I torian of the future will look with eral, which clearly settles the matter: manual training, we were convinced Lancaster, second prize, one dollar by spread interest in dairying among the tions of crops within their particular Hudson & Hughes to Paul Spillman, of .settlers. Unfortunately many of the ct.t ... w w can.,,.;! . ,i upon their records. Every step favor nf wi.wau. more than ever before that the school m.m.ww Mr. Ben L- - Banks of Richmond Ky. u.u IU .i... IUV OFFICE OF forward from the mire of illiteracy died last Sunday at the home of his must be "of the people, by the people the Manse school, third prize, Gordan settlers are without the necessary cap farmers and producers, to whom the ital to purchase good dairy stock and conditions in their own State are imputs Garrard on firmer and fairer parents at Cane Valley in Adair county ATTORNEY GENERAL. and for the people". Education must Doty of the Manse school, ribbon. Best declamation, first prize, Mildred for the time being are forced to con- portant in the marketing ground. Let us not halt and hesitate where he was visiting after only a few Frankfort, Ky. be made vocational to the extent that of their proBeazlej, Lancaster school, five dollars tinue the uneconomic method of selling duce. in tilts onward movement The num- days illness of pneumonia, and at his Nov. 10, 1913. 98 per cent of the inhabitants in Kenby Mrs. Robert Harding, of Danville, all their forage crops. A large number ber of pupils enrolled during the last own request his remains were buried Mr. R. H. Tomlinson, Under this plan theDepartmentsends tucky must live by the work of their Owen Hendren of the of these settlers are trying to operate one telegram to the Central Weather school months is a distinct achievehands. The work in all of thsse de- second prize, Lancaster, Ky. at his old home. Mr. Banks was a ment, but their are others who need to member of the firm of Covington & Dear Sir: partments was wonderful and it was Lancaster school, stick pin, by Morrow more land than their means will permit Bureau ineach State, and within a few & McRoberts, third prize, ribbon, by be in school, and it is the task of our Banks, and was one of Richmond's y From your statement it ap- indeed difficult for the judges to make W. K. Leavell. of the Stony Point and with a view of engaging in dairy- minutes after the crop figures for the educators and our people in general to most prominent citizens and business pears that the Lancaster Graded School the awards. ing are desirous of subdividing their State are completed in Washington the keep up the work for larger enrollfarms in order to get money for the Weather Bureau is enabled to mail The work showing mental training school. men. So sudden and severe was the District has heretofore erected a school ment and better attendance until the shock of the intelligence of his death building which has not been entirely and development was just as good and Best business letter, first prize. Cle-o- purchase of stock. This has placed on copies of the figures from a central number out of school shall have been McWhorter of the Manse school, the market a considerable area of land point within the States to alK papers in it was a real treat to watch the ento his wife, that she was unable to paid for. reduced to a minimum. When the district was established, a thusiasm of teacher, pupil and parent. two dollars, by the Citizens Bank, sec- on several projects where nearly all of that State. the great grief which bear up under Under the code system used, the came upon her so suddenly, and choos- tax of 25c on each $100.00 worth of Every department was full, showing ond prize, one dollar, by Hudson & the Government land has been taken opportune moment when she taxable property was voted. This wa3 that we are developing a reading, Hughes, to Jessie Parks, of the Paint up. The prices and terms offered are Department is under the necessity of ing an Splendid Citizen III. working, serving people, Lick school, third, ribbon. Ruth Ruble more on the basis of the need for mon- telegraphing only a few figures, as had been left alone with her 12 year sufficient to pay for the school building thinking, ey than on actual value, and offer ex- the figures of previous crops fer comMr. James C. Burnside of Point old son, Ben Jr. in order that they and the trustees have levied an addi- who will act for themselves and chal- Lane, of the Buena Vista school. Best essay on agriculture, first prize cellent opportunities for experienced parison are supplied to each Weather Leavell has been confined to his bed might secure some much needed rest tional tax of 25c on each $100.00 worth lenge the right of any one to do their for several days with an attack of and sleep, she shot the boy and then of taxable property to pay the debt thinking or working. We must look Lucy Jennings, of the Buena Vista dairy men to establish themselves in Bureau Station by mail. The cost of pneumonia. However, we are glad to turned the weapon upon herself. Rela- outstanding against the building. to the public schools to devolop and school, ten dollars by Hudson & Hughes communities where the success of their the telegram far each State does not You desire to know if this is legal? perpetuate the ideals of democracy by second, Burton Stapp, of the Gunn's enterprise in practically assured. There exceed 75 cents. state the disease is in a mild form and tives hearing the noise, and upon inthe worthy gentleman is progressing vestigating found her door locked, Section 4490, Kentucky Statutes con- by training our youths for good citizen- chapel school, two dollars, by Hudson & are numerous sections where good land The crop data thus circulated by Hughes, third, ribbon, Bettie Miller of suited for dairy farming can be had at mail to the newspapers will give; (a) nicely, and his many friends are hop- breaking it down they found Mrs. fers upon the trustees this right and ship. prices ranging irom zo and $oU per a full list of the crops; (b) the average Kthe Lawson school. 4500 provides that such tax ing to see him out soon. Banks body protrate across that of Section LIST OF AWARDS, r, Best practical problem, first prize, acre, with water ready for irrigation, condition of each crop for her son upon the bed. She lived only may be collected in the same way as Bernice Scott of the Buena Vista school On all these projects the markets for periods in that particular State; (c) found, the other taxes. Having proceeded under Best Exhibit of handwork first and a few minutes after being Billy West Has Not Forgotten Us. son surviving her a couple of hours, the provisions referred to the levy is second grades, first prize Paint Lick pair shoes.by H. T. Logan, second prize, dairy products, beef and pork, are the condition of the State crops for school two dollars by Haselden Bros, one dollar, by Conn Bros, to Margaret excellent and there is every indication November 9th. In the adjoining A letter from Billy West speaks in but never regaining consciousness. legal. flattering terms of his adopted town, The bodies of mother and son were It appears that some of the taxpay- second prize one dollar by T, M. Ar- Holtzclow, of the Beasley school, third of a continuance for an indefinite per- column will be given the same data Tulsa, Okla., but he adds; "I miss all laid to rest side by side in the family ers have become confused by the de- nold to Mason School third prize ribbon prize.ribbon, Gordon Doty of the Manse iod. It has been demonstrated repeat- for the United States, so that the edly that dairy farming in the West is farmers who read these notices can school. you good people and I will never go burying ground near Fort Estill on cision of the Court holding the Act of to Lancaster Graded School. 1912 unconstitutional insofar as it apback on the good folks of Lancaster. Wednesday. Best exhibit of handwork third and Seed corn exhibit, first prize, Mary the safest, surest, and in the long run compare the crops in their State as of ten-yeSome day I want to drop back into the Mrs. Banks was 36 years of age, and plied to any thing except special char- fourth grades.first prize Isabel Sanford James Clark, of the Sycamore school, the most profitable form of agriculture November 9th, with the averages of their own State, and in Burg, but judging from what your pa- had been in feeble health for several ter graded schools. That decision has Lancaster school, two dollars by J. T. fiye dollars, by Hudson $c. Hughes, sec- to engage in. The Settlement Agent of the U, S. the same way with the average conper says and all reports from there, I years. Before her marriage she was nothing to do with such leyies as the Raney, second prize Paint Lick con" ond prize, one dollar by Hudson & Hughwill not recognize the town. Charlie Miss Pattie Corneilson, a daughter of one in your district. It was contended solidated school one dollar, by Cronley es, to Charley Bruner, of the Buena Reclamation Service at Chicago is fur- dition throughout the United States on gets the paper and it is sure some pa- the late Alexander Corneilson, and a in that case that the trustees of all Broadus, third prize, ribbon, Clyde Vista school,third, ribbon, Hiram Carter nishing information concerning loca- November 9th, and for ten years. tion, prices and terms to all who are These State crop reports are not per and if I should judge the town's member of one of the oldest and most graded schools had the right to increase Hughes Mason school. of the Buckeye school. progress by that of the Central Re- highly respected families in Madison the levy to 50c for the purpose of carPop corn Exhibit.first prize, Jeff Wal? seeking homes in the West, but is es- supplied to individuals, and are mailed Best exhibit of handwork fifth and cord, I know it has gone some." "We county. Before her decline of health rying on the school. sixth grades, first prize Edna Arnold ton of the Mason schoql.base ball glove pecially bjesirous of interesting practi- only to editors of regular publications. Many of The November State crop reports for miss such boys as Millard, Billy, came Mrs. Banks was prominently 1912 which was held unHerring school $2.00 by J. E. Stormes by R. E. McRoberts, second prize, cal farmers with capital. The act of Charlie and Thurston and while we are identified with the various ladies move- constitutional is altogether different second prize Janie Frost Buena Vista Edgar Estridge, of the Cartersyille these projects contain a few Govern- the 39 States newly added to the list glad their lines have fallen in pleasant ments throughout the state, and at from the sections of the statute refer- school, ope dojlar.by Woods and Tread-wa- school, one dollar, third prize, rjbbon, ment farms available for homestead-in- will be sent only to the daily papers, and literature describing them is the countyseat papers, and agricultural places and they are doing well else- one time was Secretary of the State red to, and the decision in that case third prize rjbbon by Annie Mae Bessie Cheatham, of the Sycamore also supplied. In vjew of the very publications. Meanwhile, the Departwhere, we are sorry fate decreed they Federation of Woman's Clubs, and was can not affect the leyy made in the Prewitt of the Walker school. school. small-tow- n are not to live in the town of their a prominent worker in all charitable Lancaster district under said sections. Exhibit of handwork from seventh Loaf of bread, first prize, by J. R. high prices prevailing elsewhere for ment is preparing lists of birth, where all their fondest recollec- movements in Richmond. She was an very truly, and eighth grades, first prize Alice Mount, Son & Co., "one dollar, to Lida lands suitable for dairying, the west- weeklies, and in December the crop Yours ex- reports wil be sent also to th.e smaller tions center, where they love and will aunt of Miss Mable Mason, a member M. M, Logan, Sutton of the Mason school, two dollars Broadus, of the Mason school, second ern opportunities are regarded as papers. of the faculty of the local High School. ever be loved in return. (Adv) & Walker, secopd prize prize, Lillian Brpadps of the Pleasant ceedingly attractive. Assistant Attorney General. by Uemdon The Central Record Mr. Tatem Much Improved. Lancaster School Loses. HUNDREDS I i DEATHS. , t.. ..,.,. I re t1. jftj "'"". " . HiUn r oi,i I "" I '.." rs I ,,..,. utij as pos-191- :- J I to-da- ne ten-yea- ar g, y, - ..tl.- - & ' . c" The Central Becofcli Prtciay, Nov H, lia. -. ,'Qt a - ' SELL YOUI son were higher on all grades Burley district. T01 ACGO OVER THE sea" DAN & LLE BREAKS . ooonoioooagaOMgtfOooaoooca It is the best market in the State. Our averages last than any market in the -- w , - ' Free Insurance on Tobacco I No charge for rejections. Close up town to Banks, Stores, Kestm iU. R Richmond NEXT. J 1 5 If you want your Razor honed or a Nice Hair Cut and Shave rti.tf. wiih Muup Razor and Clean Tow The old stand pat barber Is. SELL WITH Danville Tobacco Warehouse Go Walnut Street We have -- Once a customer, always a customer. For information, telephone us any time at our expense Phone No. 223. FIRST SALE NOV. 20lh. WAREHOUSE OPENS TO RECEIVE TOBAC CO AFTER HENRY DUNCAN Street. - Danville, Ky. 250.-00- 0. N0 EMBER 15:b. the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse South of Kentucky River. Main Building 1052S0. Capacity pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. Warm comfortable stalls for 200 head of horses. A. M. 50URNE Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, Auctioneer. Good Service Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEA'lT Secretary. Prices Riht. Phone 35 Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Swope. The referee calls time. STANFORD. (Time out.) Besides the whole team doing nice Yiclim Of First Defeat By Stanford Eleven Hon. Harvey Helm is reported very playing, Swope, Herron, Bourne, Law-so- n 1 (Kdited By The Womaua Clllbi much better. By A Score Of 25 to 0. and Acton deserve specia. credit. J OOgOOOOOJPOO?OlMO0UttOOO The following is the line up for FriMiss Mary Bruce is confined to her There are generations that live and day's game. home on account of illness. Lancaster Foot Ball Eleven lined up Name die, those whom life itself annuls back Position Name Mrs. Eph Engleman, of Los Angle? against the Stanford Foot Ball squad West into dust. C. Hamiltoi . Cal., is visiting home folks in Lincoln Then there are generations that nev- - at 3:10 Friday afterncon, on the latters Givens R. G. Anderson. Co. ci er live and never die, phantom folk of ground and were defeated by a score Rich R. T. Hunn. the heart and brain, immortal descen- of 25 to 0. Rev. P. L. Brucp, of the Presbyterian Acton R. E. Embry. Lancaster was counted out of sev- Brown dants of the human fancy. Dickens is church, preached in Jellico Tenn. Sun- L.G. Perkins. day. dead, but Mr. Micawber will live for- - eral plays, and wnen Stanford should Grant ever, Hugo has passed away, but Cos- - 1 ave been penalized, nothing was said Wilmot L. T. Mobley. Messrs. Stanley Stephenson and ette and Jean Valiean are still with us. of it. Two instances when Stanford Tomlinson L. E. Woods. Nathen Hicks, of Hustonville, were, punted on the fouth down. Lancaster i Lawson Thackery lives onlv as the creator pf Hill. with friends Monday. certain persona in "Vanity Fair". S.ri should have touched the ball first, Bourne II. Farmer. - j whereas Stanfoid men received the Herron Walter Scott was merely an impovishRev. William H. Hopper passed F. B. Powell. ed gentleman who tried but never pay- - ball, and twice did they carry it over Swope L. H. Coleman. through Monday going to Garrard Two other Referee, ed his debts, but the characters he de-- 1 the line for touchdowns. Singleton. Brown. count to hold a meeting. nicted in the Waverlv novels will sur-- '. instances when Stanfoid should have Miss Sue Taylor Engleman. of Bourvive him a thousand years. Now these run out of position five yaids, and then bon College, spent Sunday at home. heroes and heroines of fancy are the throw the ball, for a forward pass, they FT J rSS&K:JS&9She was accompanied by Miss Kennedy, stood still, and Stanford made two :rLTr"XJ!;3rx. o only great people some of us have evt a ess vi of Paris. Ji ..ieJi. .3-- 'i ga'vrLnAv er known intimately. They are friends touchdowns on this, making it 24, t iwflEaiftffai Hon. James N. Saunders, the newly wno have never grown whereas they should have been heavily 01 tne iamny, old or changed or proved unfaithful, penalized; and another advantage to 1 65 Acre Blue Grass Farm electe, KrarJ Junior warden of the Ky. Masons, conferred some of the Masonic and in so far as we have partaken of Stanford was the fence near the goal, : OOSE hay is one of the hardest things degrees in Hustonville on Saturdav and LOt Of StOCk. their nature and spirit we are better where Stanford defended, and was in night. He was accompanied by Messrs no way in line. in the world to manage. There s than we might have been. As Executor of the estate and agent no getting around that. The wind Jno. W. Fields and Dr. T, W. PenningStanford should have kickedolF, from of the heirs of j The Womans Club feeling and believ-'in- g the late E. A. Duncar. plays havoc with it. It slips and all this decided to establish a the 40 yard line, whereas, they kicked I will on the premises, about two miles ton. slides off poorly loaded wagons. In 50 yard line; They in no wax. jNorth b'mnii. and appointed Mrs, j Library AUJiiia from the Mr. Thomas Coleman, brother of C. of BryantsviHe; Kv on barn and j'ard much of it is wasted. It is much Kauffman chairman of the Library uau tiic iiciu uiaiACU utii K Loemn of the place, died SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22, '13 at his too bulky to haul or ship far. Stanford could not gain any thing department, realizing that the generahome in Bell cmnty and was brought AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M., Handling hay is a problem, and right here tions that come after us will not get through the Local Squad Line. here Sunday morning and was buried is the answer in the baling. An hay By the way the score stands, itseems effer for sale the following property from j their impressions of us from year books the residence of his brother. press puts j'our hay in convenient shape for and secretaries books, but from the as if Lancaster was a little outclassed, A tract of land situated in Garrard handling and economical feeding; no need to Lancaster but such was not the case. books we leave behind. County, Ky , on the Danville, Lancasbuild outdoor stacks exposed to all weather, We feel that our club will live played good clean, fair ball, while their ter and Nicholasville Turnpike, front- for lack of barn space. You can ship the bales Attractive Hair opponents could not do likewise. through the books we get together ing said pike, and containing about one to cities and distant places where the hay A return game will be played here, and place on our book shelves. Not Sage Makes hundred and sixty five acres. This is a Always Fascinates-Pari- sian market and 'prices are good. Large cities, ' only this, bjt while we are working for Wednesday week, and a good clean most de.'irable location, good where storage space is costly, require hay to be tobacco ' unborn generations, we are amusing, game is guaranteed. Hair That is Dull, Faded Or Thin, baled, and top prices are paid. Shredded corn Following are the plays by quarter's. land and is surely a money mak?r to edifying and uplifting those about us fodder makes a good feeding substitute for all the purchaser. Mr. Roe Montgomery if they will only avail themselves of Stanfoid kicks off to Lancaster, who is now occupying the farm, will Abundant And the hay you may ship to the city. Gloriously Lawson receiving the ball, and carrythis opportunity. take pleasure in showing it to you. ' The membership only costs one dollar ing it to the 50 yard line, buck of Her- There is no better neighborhood, Radiant. with ' a War artfl thl mnnov la rnt Viat- - intrx ron, end run of Bourne, end run of churches and good schools convenient. books. A membership ticket should Lawson, the ball is held for downs. This land will be sold bv the acre, subare the only kind you will consider in buying, Every girl and woman, too. wants i be in every home in Stanford's ball, a forward pass broke when you have made a comparison, studied Lancaster. ject to survey. Possession of the farm to be beautiful ami attractive-itj Mrs. Kauffman has been untiring not up, Hill makes end run, and others till given January 1, 1914. 's construction, the durability, the features, her the nirthrifrhl lutf imIiTHi. nH i.: and the possibilities of the IHC hay presses. oniy in getting a number of books to- the ball is again held for downs. LanThe Following Personalities will also I, L You will find both styles made in three sizes, gether, but in getting good books. We caster's ball, forward pass missed by be sold. One Sorrel mare and horse chumrU. hT destroys ha f the Beauty of the most attractive face, Acton, end lun of Swope, Bourne. They 14 xl8, 16 x 18, and 17 x have books that children will enjoy, bale chamber, mule colt, baymareandmuIecolt.com- baling from six to sixteen tons per day. ltourna:r is not fascinating, is that all ages will njoy, but we have punt for the fourth down. Hill receivyears old a good thinning out fu of danJ Time out, es the ball but is downed. The efficiency of the nothing but good books. features, the family horse, kind and gentle and a j the scap itches and b self feeder, toggle joint plunger, bale tension, Many ways have been devised by 1st quarter. at once tne use of Pa"sia" sage. It will ;,;r vuiijuiucu and spring roller tucker, prove their worth on ". this efficient chairman to get together 2nd. Quarter. j cat uiu uiaicra L- cal UIU double the beauty of the hair, cool and demonstration. If your choice is a motor these books, one is to ask every forAfter many end runs, Stanford is Shorthorn heifer. 2 Poleangus cows, in invigorate the scalp and the first appower press, you will have a year-roun- d mamer Lancastrian for a contribution or milk. Shorthorn cow and calf, six extra plications removes the dandruff. chine, for the engine is always ready to do farm It is for a book. Many have responded and held for third down, they punt, Stan vpnrlincr RhnrlVinrn m!vpo .TorcoiM .. . ... .. """,-- j j, .nn;n me nair toni(! nnr pycp Lnca jobs for you, pumping, sawing, grinding, runford man received the ball, and is j we hope many more will see this ap, j heifer to be fresh in January: 3 young jn tke ning the repair shop, electric light plant, etc. peal and send us either a book or a downed, a forward pass to Embry, put Duroc sows. Sale begins promptly at "" i 3 u j needs and make the In the horse power press, study the pull power the Ball over the line for the 1st touchhair soft, wavy, contribution. 2 o'clock p. m. lustrous and abundant. principle, compound leverage, and the low Then we ask all to take a member- down; Hill misses goal making the TELMS made known on day of sale. step-ove- r. Parisian Sage as sold by R. E. Mc- -i score C to 0 in favor of Stanford. It is the most efficient press sold. ship and thus enable us to add new L. SAUNDERS, Exor & Ag't. Roberts & Son in 50 cent bottles is A letter or postcard to our nearest office Stanford kicks to Lancaster, Lawson books. You may have a good library, brings you interesting catalogues. pleasant and refreshing, daintily per- but help us to help those who are not receiving the ball, carrying it for Offices at CaciuulU 0.; ETtnsriUe, InA; KnxTille. Teoa.; McicrBU. Tena.: Tragedy in Women's Hats. fumed- - neither greasy or sticky. about 50 yaids line, Lawson makes so fortunate. New Aftinr. InJ.; P.rter.ban, W. Va. There is a tragedy In every womnice end run, Herron fine buck, a for- International Harvester Company of America wnrtl niiss hrnk nil tn Acttin. Thtn an's hat. It seems almost as cruel to pay girls who make the dainty flowers The subject for November the 20th. s (Incorporated) unta. Powe received the tn France a pittance as to kill L'KHIUIIEHSVH.LK. H the ' will be Libraries, and will be conducted Kail., anr) 10 rlnlvno Mill Tmnta , Ktnn. Chicago .... , .- .- , birds of brilliant plumage in Brazil. by Miss Letty McRoberts. The sub- ford man receiving the ball, and is with jects such as "Some Impressions of downed: but Hill puts the Pigskin over Thirty cents a day, 20 and 15, mak-an occasional 75 for rare skill in ' Mr. Levi Bell has been ill cf rheum: New York Libraries," The Vatican, the line, for a touchdown, he missed ing roses, deducting for loss of time tism. Berlin, Guttenburg, British Museam the goal, making the score stand 12 to and slack work, tells the story of Miss Dplia Lawrence visited Miss and Oxford will be discussed and we 0, Stanford's favor. "Half out". wretchedness and woe. Summed up hope for a large attendance. average Is not far from $60 a year Ruby Parish. the 3rd. Quarter. on which to support existence. AmerMr. Ben Holtzclaw, who has been ill Hlil ican lovers of French millinery will of lagrippe, is better. Lancaster kicks to Stanford. The marvel of Miss Helen Keller's at the wages paid young mental and social development in the receiving the ball to the 40 yard line. be amazed France gifted with deft Miss Zula Naylor visited Mrs. Gro women In face of almost insuperable obstacles A forward pass to Embry and Woods, fingers and rare taste, especially ver Gastineau at Point LeavelL grows with the passing years. Having Hill puts the pig skin under the goal when they take the prices charged Mesdames Barker and Naylor visited once found a way out of the dark and for the 3rd touchdown, he misses goal, for Parisian hats Into considerai Mr. and Mrs. John King at Crab Or- silent prison of her childhood days, she making score 18 to 0 in Stanford's fav- tion, Compounded according to the Original & Exchard. clusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, has used her liberty with extraordinary or. The Herbalist, for the treatment energy to push into fields of thought Stanford kicks to Lancaster Swope, Sickness Caused by Wireless. Rev. E. R English will preach at of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. and social service too often neglected receiving the ball and carrying it to Wireless operators, particularly on the uapt;st cj1iu.cj, Saturday P. M Thousands of Testimonials. the bv those who walk by sight and surely the 50 yard line, Lancaster attempted shipboard, are subject to an anemic Sunday and Sunday night. Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuCHARLIE WHIIE-KOOought to hear more distinctly than she a forward pass but is caught by a condition that manifests itself in palman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Mr. Arch Albright. Sr.. of Bxoad-hea- d, Tte CawicT HcrUIist the calls for sympathy and help. Her Stanford player, and is downed by lor, loss of appetite a,nd, headaches. is now with Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. M. ORIGINATOR OF struggles for a share in life's larger Herron. Stanfords ball'but is held for Blood, tests sho'w a diminished numCHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N ChETtKKE IKDIAR ber of red corpuscles. Cress. He is a first class cook. privileges ar.d powers have given her downs. REMEDIES 't has been customary to charge 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky a keener appreciation of others' trou& SCIENCE SOFE Lancaster's ball, Acton makes a fine this to the poor quarters many of the Our schocl and the protracted meet!L bles and limitations and a quicker re- gain on a forward pass. End run wireless operators, occupy. But it now ing at the M. E. church have both sponse to the needs of the suffering Bourne; Buck of Herron; End run of! seems that the presence of too much closed on account of scarlet fever. Dr. and unfortunate portions of humanity.-Th- Lawson. Time oat. ozone in the conned, air and the pres- L. F. Jones, of Crab Orchprd was callence of electric, c,urrenta of high fre- ed to sea the little son of Mr. Fred essays, letters and addresses gath4th quarter. quency exercise. bad effect that as ered into the small volume entiled Uienouse ana at once saw the nature. "Out of the Dark" cover a' large variLancaster's ball; end run of Swope. yet is poorly defined? malady. Dr. Jcnes, is a memob- of the The. same, conation, baa been ety of subjects which have in recent Buck of Herron, Bourne easily goes served, among, tlj.e, electricians at great ber of Lincoln's Health Board and his years engaged her" attention. through the line, but drops the ball to step in closing is a wise one. power- - stations, Uc.e, that at Niagara. in a clear, fresh, and attractive Stanford: Honor Roll of the Preachersville. style on themes as wide apart as sex Stanford ball; end run bv HUi; and It is not only lichtning- He Wanted better Odds. Consolidated School for the second hygiene and socialism, college educa- End run Farmer; Hill puts the pig skin The first, time Bill, the farm hand, proof but and tion for women, the training of child- over the line, for 4th touch down. Hill ever complained of feeling sick his month beginning Oct.. 3rd, and ending storm-proo- f, too. ren, and the kinds of industries adapt- luck's gool making thd final score 25 to boss sent him to town with the ad- Oct 31st. Grade 1 Edward Payne,. JoW CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES ed to the blind. Her views are always ( in favor of Stanford. dress of a doctor he knew. Bill came Payne, James Bell, Mamie Jordan last as long as the building and never need reoairs. interesting and expressed with positive-nes- s Stanford kicks to Lancaster Swope back next day and, reported: " " Grade 2 Raymond Thompson. and conviction". Just the thing lor town or country buildings, because they "Well, I took my medicine, but not carries the ball to about the 50 yard Grada 3 Mabel Elmo?, Doliie Balw. VW....W.., line, end run Bourne. They are held from that doctor, xoji sent me to no, cuj4 acuuiiiJN MWUW.J ...l.. ...W.J W..U.uw lard. t for 1st down. End run by Lawson. sirree!" "Why not! Couldn't you find him?" Grrde 4 Jvne Ballard, Wm. Payne. Bourne; Lawson makes a nice end run ''Oh, X found, bis place, all right, Wm. Blankenship. for 1st down. plate on the his name on. a brass Swope does like wise, Lancaster with Grade 6 Grace Anderson, Joe Cress, goor. But underneath the name it makes nice forward pass, but the ball said '10 to 1 I, wa'n't goin' to take rva Thompsqn. lEHf is brought back, for of side playing. no such risks as, that. There was anGrade 7 Delia Lawrence, T Wadie For Sale by t But Lancaster are held for downs; other doctor next door, and his sign Thompson Loral contraptors pr Cprtrijjht Metal Roofing Cp., 50 Nprth 23$ Street, Daily average attendance for month Stanford ball. Hill punts; Herron receiv- read '8 to 5.' The odds was so much, Fbiladelppia, Pg. ing the ball for a fine gain. End run of hotter that 1 went to him." males 2? females 29 total 57. Don't fail to see Mr. Bob at the Opera House, Monday, Nov. 17th. Seats 15, 25 and 35cts. - oooooo0ooooooeoeoocooaop LANCASTER FOOT BALL SQUAD Or. Wm. D. Pryor, The Womans Club Veterinary Office and Dentist. -- Surgeon Kentucky at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- Lancaster. - SfltBL E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses H:trd. Sutlsfucliou (iurnttea , THE NEW and Pl-- mmMmmmm r-- Pub to Sale. Barber Shop Opposite Post Office. m Condense Your Hay Bath In Connection. J. . Ssal8,Prop ML W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, Office Phone 6. IHC j I t: I KY. Residence Phone 220. Office orer Stormes Drug Sior. ' ' I Office Hours .m to 12. 1 p.m. to i. I H C Hay Presses DENTIST. Phone 65. Lan-nttrx- ; Ky. H. 1 22-in- ch IHC ..,.,, :::: J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. , Office Hours Paint Lick. rrr.. r; ::,, -J .... g M. K. Office: feny ana W. A. fitter . I Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Storaxts Biiildlngovei Hurt son's Furniture store. i Ander- LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. ilMMMMS USA .- TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines. Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. GOD'S MEDICINES I C8M-CEI1-SA-R, N Mrs. Growers of what we sell. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons e Lexington. Kentucky. She-write- s tratrj Court Days. fire-pro- of & 4 ;jiuh Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris. 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. f 'age 4 ;iMrrJlTrMnS. HffiIjSg -- The Central Recura, rriday, Nov 14, 1913. If You Suffer Any Stdmach l Distress m You Should Take Mi-o-- GOOD WINTER At' LAYERS LEARN WHAT YHE EARTH IS Urn C3 CO Now-- Onc- e- Its Action Is Immediate-Safe-- Ef- feclive. Many Things Needed for Winter Egg Production. Poultrymen Must Look Carefully Into Proper Housing and Care of Birds to Secure Greatest Returns From Their Flocks. The winter season Is rapidly approaching and poultry raisers In order to have a successful season and get the greatest returns from their flocks must look carefully into the proper housing and care of the birds during the cold, blustery days which will soon be here. The time is also rapidly approaching when diseases peculiar to the feathered beauties, and large money yield-erwill develop. Should you not be in a position to exterminate the maladies quickly, all your expected profits will be turned into losses and the season made a failure. Should this be the case you will at once set up the cry "there is no money in chickens." This is up to you. If you sit Idly by during these bright, beautiful days and give no heed to the future comfort of your fowls, do not complain when you do not get eggs when they are a luxury or set up a wall when your birds are picked oft by the ravages of disease. Roup time will soon be here and this is indeed a most dangerous disease among chickens. See that your houses are protected against all drafts and that the dampness is entirely excluded. Do not be afraid to give the birds plenty of good fresh air, but do not permit drafts. The open style of poultry-hous- e has been widely adopted and it is a good one, but unless constructed in the proper manner is sure to result in the death of many birds. The market for fresh eggs is rapidly r mark- and this reaching a household necessity will, if predictions count for anything, bring even a high er price than that of last winter. Be s, high-wate- Here Is the Proper Definition Fresh From the Pen of a Humorist. The earth is a ball, so situated in a region called space a3 to get the full benefit of the sun on bright days and of the moon on romantic nights. It is somewhat larger than a baseball, but not so important. It is hot so large as a fixed star, but is much closer and of a much pleasanter climate. It is not so flashy as a charity ball, but much more efficient. It has two poles of which we are certain, because they are vouched for by explorers; a center of which we are not certain because it is vouched for merely by scientists; an equator and an axis which are Imaginary; Christian Scientists, which are imaginative; and mathematicians, which are unimaginative. It is inhabited by people, husbands and other Insects, animalculae and bacteria. It is connected with the rest of space by sutind waves,, light waves, wireless apparatus with instruments at the sending end only, telescopes and prayers. It has recently endeavored to exaggerate its ego by the use of aeroplanes. The earth is highly recommended as both a summer and a winter resort persons. Favorable for terms to desirable parties. Pulitzer's well-to-do i5&s!Mflf More than 49 years the CO CLEAN Clen Lily FLOUR. PURE B3l When you feel nervous, irritable, tired and dizzy when you have headaches, sore stomach, heartburn, and pains in the colon and bowels you suffer from indigestion at once. you need goes to the seat of your Mi trouble and quickly and surely ends stomach misery. It builds up and strengthens the stomach walls and glands, improves quickly the digestive system and assists nature to properly digest the food, thus insuring health for the entire system. Get a Do not suffer another day. na Tablets atR. fifty cent box of E. McRobsrts & Son. indi-gestiMi-o-o-Mi-o- wmm mt- K?!5't,trrcieii.rrr 'fe L"itir-,-- - jfaa "ZJkV A A. THC PI NTC3 c-- i CAN N3 SPCAKS ITSCLF. 25ES&?T i ronuj.t 13 Standard sf Excellenpn io gl EVERY cclk - of ? USTIC PAINT 31 is backed by the r a.c of it .nakere. Peaslee-GaulLcrtCc.- 1 CJtaf run Guaranteed for its Absolute Purity. O ly.iiicT:-. and ASK your neighbors, jl this excellent paint more surface, lastsonger, than any other paint. attractive. fiTT IMTJ riaiii; x.KV-ia--1 & - H jo-- i ft. -- & "Uhe Kind That Lculs" who painted tf.suthey will tell and therefore is more economical, It keeps your house bright and tnat it covers rcperty .ith Whv Clean? El i Must Because the then washed and scoured. Wheat is first screened, nor Where hatred In the game woman's play le mediocre. F. Nietsche. Have Stimulant. there Is neither love Ask for beautifully illustrated booc. " H omes and Hqw tQ pajnt The:n;- afao co;c- - :ajjl of 45 color combinations. F BE SURE Whv Pure? t3 Catarrhal Trouble Ended Use Hyomei You Breathe Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. .Magazine. It No Slomacq Dosings Why Sanitary? t - Cleans the Head. TYPES THAT ARE SIMILAR Because under high Vaciuum pressuie to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. from Because everything is the pure nutritious part of the Wheat Kernel. After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. ' Why Wholesome? 'separated IlMl0)B)BlllrrliiMiJ !IDxxxxx;i 4S4xSS-S44e'xS5S"4S-e-- GARRARD MILLING CO. Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or that is harmless yet quick and effective. It is the healing oils and balsams of Hyomei which you breathe through a 3mall pocket inhaler. The curative and antiseptic air reaches the most remote afr cells in the nosa, throat and lungs, (killing' the catarrhal germs, stopping the offensive breath, raising of mucus, droppings in the throat, crusts in the nose and all other catarrhal symptoms. The complete outfit costs only 1.00 and R. E. McRoberts will return your money if not satisfied. Do not continue to suffer catarrhal ills try Hyomei now today. cold in the head, one I I Stupid or Thoughtless Man May Well Be Actuated by the Same Principle. There are some men formed with feelings so blunt, with tempers so cold and phlegmatic, that they can hardly tie said to be awake during the whole course of their lives. Upon such persons the most striking objects make a faint and obscure impression. There are others so continually in the agitation of gross and merely sensual pleasures, or so occupied in the low drudgery of avarice, or so heated in the chase of honors and distinction, that their minds, which had been used continually to the storms of these violent and tempestuous passions, can hardly be put in motion by the delicate and refined play of the imagination. These men, though, from a different cause, become as stupid and insensible as the former, but whenever either of these happen to be struck with any natural elegance or greatness, or with these qualities in ..ny work of art, they are moved upon the same principle. Edmund Burke. "Involuntary Suicide." A highly respected and prosperous Georgia farmer discovered that his corn cribs showed signs of nocturnal depletion. As this occurred with considerable regularit. , his suspicions became aroused, and he rigged a spring-guand watcher for results. The first night following, along in the small hours, he heard the report of a gun, and hastening to the spot, The next found a "dead nigger." morning he notified the coroner, which official summoned a jury and proceeded to view the remains. After a full investigation of the case, the coroner gazed solemnly at the Jury and remarked that, while he was not entirely aware of the conclusions reached by them, he would suggest a-verdict of "involuntary suicide." And that was the verdict. n il TO USE MASTIC 'Payj and "Paints 3 aejt "'? E. McRoberts & Son. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. z-- WILLIE F. FULLER, Agen Lancaster. Kentucky. CWJXe3SKK9KKK9KC8XKK6C6C8j? S3.y&SS&SSS3w pi ? Five Years of Successful Sales Of tfJ K K ?' 13 LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO M in great quantities, and at the highest price, have proven the Danville market to be the BEST MARKET you can drive your wagon to. We are ready for another season which we expect to be the best yet. v & The P eoples Tobacco Warehouse Good Winter Layer. :1 :: i :: 3 :: :: --- 51 o o i: 3 -- t: 3 in 8 K Vt ? H ; M Is W M ? !! K M is unequalled in Floor Space,Wide Driveways, and under all the splendid warm, dry barn for horses and wagons. Ask The Men Who Have Been In Onr House Before Our capable force is at your service, better equipped now than ever before. Liberal and fair treatment assured you. FREE Insurance on your Tobacco, FREE Stable and Shed Room. NO charge for Rejections. Location on Perryville Road, near Q. & C. Depot, most convenient in town. Good streets on three sides of our buildings. B w g e M H s 4&sS S Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company. I. Al. DUISIN, Pres S i '. 2 JsMsilfe'S'M' OSh3O3D0SH3$iSDJOSi3& SJ INCORPORATED J& SE-S- 'Kd'K'&M.S K'Ss.S .$ : sX rmm l '!!'!! .fcd tfe--J Dusting, Cleaning AH and PoIisWsBg at One Time back-breaki- ng O-Ce- old way to clean a hardwood floor was to dust it, then clean' it, then it. A half-day-'s task lots of work and even then the result was not always satisfactory. Polish Mop you dust, "clean and But the new way with the polish all at once. Easy, quick and satisfactory. No stooping or bending. No hard rubbing. You simply pass the mop over the floor all the dust and dirt is collected and held and the floor is given a hard, durable, lasting polish. A few minutes easy work and the result is always satisfactory. THE and polish OteM0P JLl' f Su I i for cleaning and dusting eveiywhere not only the floors, but the tops of doors, tr.e stairs and banisters, etc Everywhere, all the You don't have to move the beds and heavy furniture, vou can reach under them easily, for the handle of the mop is 54 inches long. POLISH Tie i.rn A ft ; ' II Hk Polish Mop is only $1.50, flnd every cent of The price of the two jour money will be refunded, if. after you days' trial, you do not find it satisfactory fa ever" respect. We know will find it the most satisfactory household article you ever used. Try It at Our Risk Yiralsi Food htaatlHCantegei BartraingmElt Hurt & Anderson. .; uauuifaiMTnc cunru ii ruiiutuis .i iiiiii ami a Bad Misunderstanding. When Uncle Joe Cannon was in r, congress he wrote a letter to a who was able to decipher the COLTS AUTUMN CARE OF THE hieroglyphics with the exception of He disliked to bother Mr. Young Animals Should Be Given Some one word. Cannon, so he went to several friend3 Before PasGrain and Hay Just among the congressmen, but none of tures Begin to Dry Up. them could make out the word in very imYoung colts should not be left out question. This word seemed so at in the pasture until they begin to get portant, as it was underlined,thought profit- last in despair the recipient low in flesh. It is much more able to begin feeding them a little he would consult Mr. Cannon himself. then grain and hay along before pastures Cannon looked at the letter, and again begin to dry up to have them in readi- at the congressman, and then takness to go on dry feed later without at the letter, his face somewhat ing on a peculiar expression. Finally any serious trouble. congressman and This is too often neglected; and, he looked at the anger and laughter, when young colts are brought in thin with mingled is in flesh, and they cannot be taken said: "Why, ' you fool, that word confidential.' through the winter in the condition that they could have been, this neglect is inexcusable. In weaning the colt from the mare, it should have the very best of care, as the change of conditions is liable to cause some trouble. While on the good summer pasture the, mare gave milk that was easily digested and in taking colts from milk to dry food, it is necessary that they should reMiss Myrtle Cothrum, 1 1 1 ceive the very best of attention. They of Russellville, Ala., says: 119 should be properly fed in order to II 5KJ "For nearly a year, Isuf- prevent jny bowel troubles. This rule X fered with terrible back- - J 1 will hold good in taking young calves 3 through this period and in fact will apache, pains in my limbs, ply to all kinds of live stock, but and my head ached nearly I I more especially to the young of the I all the time. Our family farm which are expected to turn in a doctor treated me, but profit for the farmer the next year. , only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly in To Destroy Ants in Beehives. bad health. My school It is not common to find ants in the teacher advised me to hood of a beehive in the spring months. They collect there and breed TAKE o account of the warmth given oft by the bees. Remove the hood and brush off the ants once a week until rid of them. To keep the moths out of the hives, simply keep the hives occupied with bees and the moths will have very little chance of making their abode The Woman's Tonic with them In the hives. I took two bottles, in all, Profit In Goats. and was cured. I shall Goats may be Yalsed profitably on always praise Cardui to land which is suited for any kind of sick and suffering wox cultivation men." If you suffer from pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly I will guarantee you to stop that itch in tw seconds. trouble, or if you merely No remedy that I have ever sold for need a tonic for that tired, Eczefna, Psoriasis, and all other diseases feelnervous, worn-o- ut of the skjn has given' more thorough satisfaction than the ing, try Cardui. 5 0. D. Di Prescription for Eczema i) guarantee this remedy. Jt. . McRoberts & Son fellow-membe- prepared to have eggs when they are wanted. In order to accomplish this several things are necessary. First, keep the hens healthy and vigorous, feed them properly and keep them busy. Idle hens never pay for their board and keep. Study the peculiarities and preferences of the fowls and endeavor to give them just what they want. Remember you cannot get eggs by failing to attend to the many details connected with the poultry yard and general inattention to business. A few hours each day, morning and night, will accomplish wonderful results. See to it that your part in the program of egg production is carried o.ut and the hens will do the rest. School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc We carry a well selected assortment of W$JZlgyMLXL& i7 . w Fountain Self-Filling Pen the widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conkliu 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. V McRoberts :: DC Drug 3CZZZIC Store. 3C 3L o jjj Backache )0 HI IX HI HI ANNOUNCEMENT. On account of the scarcity and high cost of feed, we are compelled to announce the following prices on milk coupon books sold after November 1st, 1913, 32 pint milk coupon books at 51.25. Ct pint milk coupon books at 2.50. 123 pint milk coupon book3 at 5.00. Accounts are due on presentation. Most of our customers prefer to pay cash for their books, and on account r not having to kepp books and make collections from such customers, we are able to grant the following discounts ot books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pi it coupon book. 25 cnts on each ftt pint coupon book. CO cents on each 12S pint coupon book. of-ou- III D Cardui The net cost of books to customers paying cash for same would therefore be. 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.15. 61 pint milk coupon books at 2.25. 123 pint milk coupon books at 1.40. Best Creamery Butter and Butter Milk at Market Price. 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 Stop That Itch! thankfully received. BlueGrassDairy &Ice k C Co. J H. V. BASTINPres. 1L 31 II 1L-- IE The Central Record, Friday, Nov 14, . 113. THE Page FROM RHEU- - & 'ill ttt&-- .. .... rP'lMifejyiP ,. I! ATLANTA PEOPLE EXGITEO tS22S253SSS4TSS2ES PROTECT Il.lART 61 YELLOW Muijh SKIN OF GUERNSEY TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE T1SM The Ear-Marks 1 1 OVER STRANGE DISCOVERY Startling ResuIts.FoIIowing The Use of Strange New Liquid Iu Georgia's Capital City. Aroused Intense Interest Rheuma Purifies Th Elocd And n Throws Serious Discussion Among Breeders as to Best Means of Keep- inp Up This Desirable Feature. Money Back for any cue of RhccEa&n, Neuralgia or Ketdsche that Off Conplic: Diseasts. ' MANY FORMER SUFFERERS DESCRIBE ITS EEFECT. s Yot: will find every tender one of them on all Woman Helpless From Rheumatism Enabled to Walk Without Assistarce, Sufferers From Stomach Trouble Who Could Scarcely Eat Enough To Keep Them Alive Claim Complete Recovery. INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS A strong steel stand prevents wbb'ir.tj. Two lag screws hold the machine Srinlv in. position. Tec "rinding tlatcs "re self-al- i ;ni:i ' and I cferc iriiu! evenly. AsjMUgU:rt;oaonth,sj;niidinK!''"SJ' inv3 cvtu grinding. of thu flia': is a lever at the A plate chiftt-against breakage and mal.es it a bimplu matter to clean the i!ates. iJ -- An International feed grinder and an I H C oil engine The engine will furnish conmake an ideal combination. venient power for operating the feed grinder, and is especially adaptable for this purpose on account ci the variation of the powjr required in proportion to the kind of grain b'Jlng ground. International feed grinders are made in the following types aiid sizes to meet all requirements: grinds ccm on 1I13 cob Trpe B: G, S, and h Atlanta. Ga. Many persons of this ciiv have become greatly excited over the wonderful cures reported by sufferers from various chronic ailments after using a strange new liquid, recently introduced by an Indian man vho claims to have spent the best years of his life and' a large sum of money perfecting it. grinds smz.il grains r.nd sliellcd corn Type C:S ana grinds corn in the husk, alfalfa and Type D: 8 and h Kaffir corn in the head n stable in a thousand is light enough to enable the cow to keep up the yellow color of her milk. What are the cause3 of the yellOH cole ia milk? (1) The yello'v pigB ment in the cow her&elf. If she hs.3 it the milk will show it. tl,JiTl,c: - .T- ,T?'g?yyyv.r - ')j' -,' r4rggG (2) The greatest abundance possible of light. la summer all cois show more color in their milk than in winter, for the reason, partially, that they We've 'been in many cities, are exposed to more sunlight than ia In some 'neath foseign skies; winter. The sun is the source of all :j :. v .s.Ta-rae..-- : ?- - ,r ' an v? But never saw a live oie color. (3) The greenness of the food conThat didn't advert:-;- . tj Cleveland Plain Dealer. sumed. In winter the cow consumes cit-di-Go where fair siiics, ideal weather, an i enjoyment dispel all food the color of which is bleached n thought of wi.T.er s ciicon-for- t. We've been in ma iv cities out. Ia summer the grass is of the In fact have seen our s!i ire deepest green. The inference is easy, But never have wv seen such crowds that if the farmer wants hla cows to NOW AVAILASS.E Vl give yellow milk ho should keep them As attended our "School Fair". -vi; mm,.', &ss.,?: sxtrtra in a thoroughly well lighted stable and 8P3p33Pf-3r'J!Ji feed forage of a green color MUST BEIiEYE IT la London the butchers require that SfeHJlSiJ'. "t'o "'"'' '1 all veals shall bo fattened in the dark n Lancaster People Tell in order that their tallow shall be When white. Many a farmer has bleacheu It So Plainly. out his cows in the same manner by keej.ing them in a dark stable. TO ALL RESQFTX3 Or THE SOL5TM When public endorsement is made by NEW C :LrTV!3, PAKA35A AND H irCCL'JDIMG a representative citizen of Lancaster FARMER MUST HAVE GRASSES "LAHD CF THu Ss.iY." You must bethe proof is positive. S'.LO-DAILL.?vG SHTUHN LWilT. TIC?JTS ON lieve it. Read this testimony. Every Great Question of Keeping Up FertilATTRACTIVE STOP-OVCFRIVILCCCS. sufferer of kidney backache, eery ity of Soil for Future Crops man, woman or child with kidney Solved Only in One Way. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE" AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. trouble will do well to read the followfine shape." For details consult any Tic'tit Agent or write (By TV. It. GILBERT.) ing: CI., LcC'r.gten, Kv. In attempting to farm without grassAnother starling account was given K. C. JCKS, P;crc:r anJ Ticket Agr-i- t, 121 a:t I. D. Austin, blachsmilh, Stanfoul es the farmer is lifting without a b. a man who said he had come lrom Pike, Lancaster, sa;d: 'I had he is pulling a load the Marietta. He gave his name as James weak kidneys and the kidney secretions weight on the hind wheels; with cutbo is D. Hupp, bib address as 324 Hoovel My back ting with a dull ax. were irregular in passage. street, and wa3 very enthusiatic over pained me. Doan's kidney Pills With grass as a basis, grains, fruits, the results in his case. "I have been strengthened me in every way." vegetables and meat, all the triumphs WfJJrpryvy; r 'S ''.i. a buffer? r from stomach, liver, and of farming are possible. Mr. Austin is o.ily one o: many LanThe firat kidney trouble for seven years," he caster people who have gratefully en- thing I would r.dWse all those who buying a faro to look into, said. "My food positively would not dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If jour would be its capacity to grow clover constant misery. i digest and I was in back aches if your kidneys bother you and othar nutritious grasses, and learn 1 tried one remedy after another with-- ' don't simply ask for a kidney remedj what means would be available for ferPREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. out relief. I heard so much about this distinctly tor Doan's Kidney Pilb. tilizing such meadows. ask that I pro-- I new Uoat Juice treatment the same that Mr Austin hid the. The grass can be converted into cured a bottle and began using it. To Direct Line to remedy backed bj home testimonj, 5'.'c milk, and it3 products, into beef, pork ' ray great surprise before I had finished all stores. Foiter-Milbur- n Co., I'ropj. or mutton and returned to the land in it I found my stomach, liver and kidBuffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is the form of manure for the grain crops, or you may sell the hay by the ney trouble fast disappearing. Now I Lame Remember the Name." ton, acording to the facts of your parcm eat heartily and I sleep well. In ticular locality. fact" 1 feel better every way." I would not advise anyone to thin!: Lancaster. Mr. Oscar L. Seymour, living at of buying a farm that did not have at Weber and Orange streets, reports that Is all right. least "0 acres of grass land that would after suffering from rheumatism, swolIs the place to trade. produce at least two tons of hay per Two Through Trains Daily. len joints and pain for eight years, Is the farmer's town. acre under favorable conditions. Leave Danville at 5:23 a. m. 3:10 p. m. three bottles of the juice treatment The greatest thrift and profit made Is everybody's town. Arrive Louisville at S:40 r.m by farmers off their farms in ten of put him o:i his feet, caused the sore-neti. m. Is an ever day town. Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:1:1 a. in. the leading agricultural states that I and swelling to disappear and And a dress-utown. have visited during the past two years Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor made him' feel fine. Is the workman's town. have been made by those who make Car on day train. No change. Another and one of the most startIs the stockman's town. dairying and the growing of live stock Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Local Train. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. ling cases that have been brought to Is the tradesman's town. their chief reliance. For any information write, light is that of Mrs. E. G. Moore, who Treats vou on the square. The great questoon of keeping up has issued a signed statement giving HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Is the business man's town. the fertility of the soil for future Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. the facts in her case. In her state. crops can be solved in only one way Offers unlieard-o- f bargains. (3 ' ment Mrs. Moore says: "I almost be that is by the growing of more clovers Is the professional man's town. and grasses and feeding more live lieve Root Juice to be a gift from Has three prosperous banks. Heaven, for I have suffered seven Has more politics than any town its stock and returning all of the manure thus made to the fieids. years with chronic stomach and kidney size in the United States. trouble and it has entirely cured me. Has more uncalled for gossip about t&4f&&0i fftAsGfeftfS&ftfrVsftSj rvv VW WIMI f g'trV ' V V V tyw "VWi r VW men, women and whiskey than the ONE RECIPE FOR WHITEWASH Try the following drinks bottled by the ancient city of Rome. How's This? Is a good place to court, marry and Government Formula for Liquid Composition Used on Lighthouses and We offer One Hundred Dollars abide. Other Exposed Places. Reward for any case of Catarrh j Will stotk you up with supplies and that cannot be cured by Hall's : satisfy you. This is the regipe the government -a- ndCatarrh Cure. Sells more goods for $1.00 than any uses for whitewash used on its lightQ. F. J, CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, houses and other places exposed to the We. the undersigned, have known F. J, place around. COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. Cheney for the last 13 years, and believe Has as good school facilities u3 can weather, and it does not peel off: him perfectly honorable in all business One half a bushel of lirao slaked transactions and financially able to carry be found anywhere. put any obligations made by his firm. Is a place in which you can do well with boiling water. Keep covered NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMEItCE. while slaking, to keep the steam in. Toledo, O. good and dwell happily. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, be together and then pour five Mix acting dlreotly upon the blood and muHas society thatis social, goodnatur-ed- , gallonsall hot water over it. After it for all occasions furnished by of cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials intelligent and glad to see you. sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold is thoroughly stirred, allow it to stand by all Druggists. Is a good place to establish jour for 4S hours. Applied hot. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. AUGUST R. BAUMER home, rear your family and school your Strain the mixture and add a peck of salt dissolved in warm water, one-ha- lf children. a pound of Spanish whiting, and Local Agent Is a good.p!ace to market your pro one pound of glue, previously melted FEMALE MILLERSBURG COLLEGE duce, drive in your butter and roll in over a fire, and three pounds of your eggs. ground rice, boiled to a thin paste. MILLERSBURG, KY. Has prosperous churches, good societies, beautiful and accomplished Save the Seed. Home School For Girls: An Attractive women and handsome men. Lancaster, Ky. By keeping the mangers seed-tigh- t Pupils are surrounded with an atmoswihle the feeding is heavy, one cau clean them out when spring comes, All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 phere of culture, wholesome fellowship running the rufse through the fanand safe religious environment. New ning mill. The clover and timoUty buildings combining all modern convenseeds thus secured will retrun you iences. Health record unsurpassed. a handsome sum, as these- will be Academic and College Entrance Courshigh this season. The undersigned hereby give warnMusic Department under skilled es. artists trained in Germany, Lecture ing to all persons not to trespass upon and Concert Course. Domestic Science. our lands for any purpose whatever as, ?3MipS5H6j RICHMOND. KY. LEMON, CREAM SODA. S35a-ws.a . The growing popularity of the school we will prosecute all offenders to fulwi A Training .BWitr K School for Teachers is evidenced by the fact that a number lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of Court lellD.r to .tars in i i m iDte.nialUteMl'M.ira ElnntnUrr. i of pupils were turned away last ses- Fishermen especially take notice-G- . State Cer ?jtJvV Jfj irdJLa pure, clean and bottle drinks. They sion for the lack of room to accommo. Tmlld Ja Public W. Elam. R. L, Elkin. .. V 9 n.i I. ' i achuniji ill B Dcuwwia pjjec;i Por Infants and Children. date them. wholesorpe, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. W Sweeney Coo mi. fftZ&JT' .?Kr3ff.. nolnteefl. Tnttioa Frw to - I Expenses for board, tuition, etc. Ed & N B Price r Twocnlendlddor...Li, ,KWkx: rhs Kind You Have Always Bought S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the 1? lultorirs.ncirTaiMclichool, newroanuil training bulldlnfr lower than other schools of like gratfe. John M-- . Farra W. G. Anderson pnvitcrhool(dTartmratofa?rkolture, well eqglpp-rrrfniuilttm. Dnrnttle Science. 18. F;t Term beginiKep. Ij Send for catalog and engage a room J. H. & W, S. Weaver. B. L,. Kelley. Bears the Thirl Term Jannarr direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. ttn Vt . Seoond Term November rr. Fourth Term April T, Summe Schoolpeai June IS, We will add other names for 25centa Signature of early. Catalogue Free. Rey. C. C. Fisher, Pres. J, O. CHABDB, President. ' Millersburg, Ky. cash. you There are other features which you can see for 3'ourself if . ill drop in for a demonstration the next time you are in town. 13 Becker, Ballard & Co. - sawy 0 SOUTH TrS r VE&TE8 R Scores of people who say they have suffered for years, many of whom never expected to see another well day, claim to have been completely restored to health and news of countless wonderful results has spread like wild fire. The drug store where the strange liquid has been demonstrated was befrom mornsieged with health-seekeing till night and many interesting stories told by persons who, having used the new treatment successfully, brought in some sick friend of acquaintance to obtain a supply. Among the many callers who related their experiences with the new treatment was Mr. Oliver V. DeWeire, who has lived at 830 Bank street, Atlanta, twenty-tw- o years and who for sixteen years has been employed as blacksmith in the Southern Railroad round house. Mr. De Weire sad he had been afflicted with stomach trouble for about four years and that.five doctors and man different medicines had failed to offect a cure. In speaking of his strange ca&e he said: "I sometimes would have My digestion no desfre to eat at all. was poor and frequently I would suffer intensely with pain irf my stomach. Gas would form in my stomach and cause baching. I had dull, heavy headaches airj was very nervous, irritable and worrisome. At night I could not sleep. I was weak and felt all run down. I have now been usiug the new Itoot Juice treatment for about thiee weeks and feel like a new man. I have gained six pounds in weight and can eat almost anything. I sleep fine, This too, and get up feeling rested. medicine has certainly fixed me up in rs f.n Southern islwati r' LouisviHe, St Louis cm ' 8:-1- s 3 ?Sfs,4 iwVki5l iit-Cd- i rV4 I tVhenever I would eatmeat or potatoes, gas would form in my stomach and this would pi ess upon my heart so heavily at limes that I thought I would smother. I had dull heavy headaches and pains across my back. Mv hands and feet were always cold and when getting up in the morning I would be so dizzy I could not see. I was an invalid for four year and although twelve doctors treatedme I was not apparently benefited. At times I wa'i too weak to feed myself and when I btarted ta'iing Root Juice I weighed only ninety-eigpounds. Within a week after taking my first dose I found I could eat anything I cared to without the slightest discomfo.-- t and that I was gaining rapidly in weight. After I took several bottles of the medicine I was able to do my own housework and have not been troubled since in ai.y way." The case of Mrs. J. Schondell who suffered for years with rheumatism which became so severe that she was unable to mwc, is another of the wonderful results that are being reported. The story of her strange and remarkable recovery is best told in her own worJs, and the following is quoted from a signed statement which she lias issued for publication: "I suffered for years with a severe attack of rheumatism. After trying numerous doctors without success I made up my mind to see what the Root Juice medicine would do for me. Before taking the medicine I was unable to move and had to be carried from one place to another, but when I had taken only two bottles I was able to walk without assistance and can now take care of my household duties. Root Juice saed my life." The effect of the Root Juice upon persons sulfering from stomach trouble is almost incredible. The appetite increases with the fust few doses and it is not uncommon to hear people say, "I had not enjoyed a square meal for years before I tried it". Cases of kidney and bladder trouble, too, in which the sufferers complaining of backache, soreness in the back, dark specks seeming to float before the eyes painful and fre.pi.jiit urination, pufiiness under the eyes and other common symptoms, it is Claimed have yielded very quickly and many complete cuies reporttd. The new liquid is said to be one of the finest blood purifiers and systtm tonics known. Indigestion, loss of appetite, gas, belching, bioaling, biliousness, loss of energy, backaches, headaches, urinary disorders, bad blood, rheumatism, and other symptoms arising from functional disturbances of the stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels, are declared to be perceptibly benefited by its uie from the very start. Perhaps the best thing about it all is that the great discovery can be made very economically and consequently the poor can take advantage of its wonderful health-givin- g power, as well as the rich. Large bottles holding nearly a pint are being sold for only one dollar. CAN BE HAD HERE. Local druggists say they are making an effort to procure a supply of the new medicine for the benefit of home people who are seeking a speedy cure and it is expected that a shipment will be here in a few days. Persons wishing any special information can obtain same by addressing a letter to the Root Juice Medicine Company at Fort Wayne, Ind., where the main labora- tories are located. ht Weakening of tf e blood tissues by afcontinued attacks of Rheumati-'n- i fects the heart and produces complications which result f Ual'y. RHEUMA puts the blood in condition to ward elf other diseases anil eradicates Rheumatic conditions trom tne whole system. Recommended for all forms of Rheumatism. 50 cents at R. E. Mcltuberts. This letter will convince you of its great value: "I was so crippled with Sciatic I),c-toi- s Rheumatism 1 couid not walk. could de nothing for me. AfUr taking three bottles of RHEUMA. the Rheumatism had entirely left me."-G- uy Torley, 129 Summit Ave., St Paul, Minn. We've been in many cities And sailed from many docks. But never found a bootblack Who did not daub our Jjcks. Youngatown Telegram. We've been in many cities, And sailed on many ships. But never found a waiter Who would lefuse our tips. Houston Daily Post. We've been in many cities And sailed to nuny lands, But never found a youngsttr Who liked to washhis hands. iiullimore News We've been in many cities In most lands on the m: i;. But never rode a t trewt car Without hanging on a str.ip. Indianapolis Star. -- Solace Fails Tc ReEove. As is well known tho Guernsey breed of cattle give milk and butter SOLACE unMEDY is a recentrotdi-cv- tl of the highest yellow color of any :t thro" Gorman Sekn-t'-.t- -. breed. Next comes the Jersey, a sis th..t iiiv,0!rs l'r:c Acki Crvsta's ter breed on a neighboring island The Guorusey people sot great store by and J'nritkrs the UUynl. It is easy to this feature or high color and they j take, and will not affect the Weakest have a perfect right to do so. But j stomach. much serious discussion is had among j It is guaranteed uil-- r the Pure F-- d the Guernsey breeders as to tho best I and Drugs Law to be absolutely free means of keeping up this desirable from oiHHtei or harmful drugs of any feature. Iu a blind, general way they are told description SOLACE i a ine specific in eve?y to "breed for it." But that is not enough. It will be useless to breed way. and has l?en proven beyond quesfor a thing if afterward tho thing is tion to Ik the surest and thickest rurawasted and through wrong environ- lly for I'ric Acid known to ment and wrong idas of feeding that nted.cal science, no matter bow Itn which went in with the breeding goes standing. It reaches and remows the out because of wrong conditions. We root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and undertake to say that not one winter purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole V. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have Iieun received from grateful pvop.e SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, .ittr-ilur- e and FRhE BOX sent upon st. Pure-Bre- d Guernsey Bull. K. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank or Cl.ko, Texas, wre :ho Soiaoe Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis. Tenn., for which I enclose SI. This remedy been used by some friends of raise here and I must say its action was wonderful. (Signed) R. L. Morris. Put ii(i in 2iX. rJe and $1. bexes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Fe-sTreatment Scliemes JUST SOLACE ALONE de.s the wrk. Write' today for the frte box, etc SOLACE REMEDY CO.. Battle Creek Mich. hl Your h hh Ja Well-Know- P fia ga Asainst ecES2!r?'l K, IkM with '.- - te rr a bis r S B ' . R n sa a Fh3l 'Ri OTte Citizens National Bank MERE'STHEHOG p EGuanos EZ2irv co.. XfClX?3C. Sntl photo c fcc: '' .ni w.v: ctkt-- I of chotsra with your Hourtfo:. Isoc Cwlcra Pm-eJT?i a iiOjinai a'z.ost qck1 Lu.ere rtirtr thair-d;.i-asI then w- -s entirely curwl. rs ctptlosotcw..ta!l,e!c BowlnzGrveti. Ky. Ila i'r. Skil-j- i3win?. ciym r. rami, acd v.e. mil be clad to cive tneai. co ctt several raora ; yen JENKINS SUELETT DkCO CO.. y. s lC. Eowlic C!reea ' Ky. Sold by HASELDEN' BP.OS. I Sanitary Bii Out Flowers OScial Directory Of Garrard Contiry., t Circuit JtI!;t Hull. onunomttrnllli't Attorney A. lieu. Eriiiurl IIarll. Matrr Ct.niinissiontr ir OtTd-iM- irciiit CI. rl William l mr. Inr. B. Mnsun. W 11. llrtwn. MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. ALLEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, .another splendid grape drink. Diamond Floral Designs Finn! ttenj F. UttbiuHon CGiiriMenexrtiliiT MNsMie sflelfVj, Mason. Comity Jncljj? A. I Forl. County Attorney J i:. IIi.Mn'Ou. County Clerk J. W. llumtltun. Ieiuty ilerk Harry Tumlin!.Gn CoroinT J, A. Jo?i. Shcrifl Uori;e T. Italian!. C A. KoUu.xi. Uuputy Sni'erluU'uiluut of i5choul MOrnafc rTtff I Asseijor Deputy glrs. Ajseor W. S. Ccrrur. K. B. Glass B. Carrier Jailer Jack Ailama. 2y. oT K'jaj'.i Sllper!-o- r 2IveIanil buuruo. Treasurer B. V. 22adon. Crystal Ginger Ale. POSTED MAGISTRATES. J. r. Bourne 1st. DUt. Logan I.on --'nil. DUt. Harriets Kay 3rd. DUt. ,'tniM Coltliiou 4th. 1(4. Pore Fruit Strawberry, Orange. sre CfrrerATtOM Cronlty lIioa.'vA. U:. iUt. K. D O. J. COUNTY B J.l;3. - 3tJ l'Ut. 1 ' Dlst. HeniUsa. Thomas ! Xinjr. 4th. Dist. 3.-- ( CITY OF LAXCASTRfe. Mayor It. T. Logan. City Judge E. W. Harris City Attorney IS. IUTsjjIIiwoik City CIrk II. K. UirncJon. City Assessor vjhn M . llounu City Treasurer D. A. Thomas Chief Police L. E. Hereon. mm Ha i tlflcft-n- J. T A S0 1 tfZ&x cousrujir.v , rarker Gregory. W.M.Zauone. & a Greanleai lr.C; Hamiirto-- . B.F.Walter. Wm.liemdua. V. lage $ OCTOBER-NOVEMBE- R The Central Ftewro, r ricjay, Nov 14, 1&18. SBWWW" YG rj xn f 'r " -- - n PEST ROY CANADA THlSf 11 PROPER SILAGE CORN Pro- Bargain Offer During the Months of October and November Ycu Can Get Being Perennial Plant, It Propagates Itself by Means of Seeds and Its Underground Parts. This weed occurs in the northern states from Maine to Virginia, west to North Dakota and Kansas, and in the Pacific coast states from Washington to northern California. Being a perennial plant, the Canada thistle propagates itself both by Its underground parts and its seeds. The character of the underground grovtii must therefore be understood in order to attack the weed intelligently. The root, which varies in size from of an inch or more down to very small feeding rootlets, branches and spreads in all directions more or less horizontally. The depth of this root varies from a few inches to a few feet below the 6oll surface, depending on the kind of soil in which it has been formed. From any point along the root buds may form and one-quart- er Select Varieties That Will duce Large Fodder. Executor's Sale Of Town Property. tMJur.iaatt-- ; ?SES3i i THE Louisville Times BY MAIL One Year $3.00 Six Months $1.75 And You Can Have the Central Eecord 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- noon 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. Send Subscription Order At Once, To us. No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. Characteristic Growth of the Canada Thistle. The Shoots Are Illustrated In Various Stages of Development, From the Most Advanced Down to Buds Just Starting From the Roots. send up root shoots, which appear above the soil surface as stems or tops of the plant. At any time during the growing season shoots in all stages of development can be found, from the most advanced down to those Height Diameter Capacity just starting from the roots. No. tons feet feet After this weed has obtained a footS 10 34 24 hold the best way to eradicate it is 13 52 12 25 prevent It from sending up top to 19 78 27 14 growth, which finally or above-groun30 119 30 16 causes the roots to die. This is the 42 32 166 15 basic principle which must be kept in mind at all times. The top of the Of course a silo will cost something plant serves much the same purpose all farm buildings do but, there is as the lungs of animals, so that if the no building that can be erected on the plant is continually deprived of all farm that will pay better. A barn that vital part it must soon die. that would shelter the same amount of roughage and containing as much PROBLEM OF WINTER BUTTER 200-day d equal, select a variety that produces a large fodder as the yield will bo 'greater. There are special ensilage varieties such as "Virginia Ensilage corn," but before trying any of these be sure to know whether or not it will mature in your locality. Corn can be planted somewhat thicker than generally used In growing grain but not thick enough to preent the good ear development. One dairyman who has had good success in growing corn for the silo and puts up about 1,000 tons a year more says that he plants seed for the silage corn than for the corn grow n for grain. The amount, however, depends much upon the variety and the conditions of the soil. The size of the silo of course depends upon the number of cattle to be fed. It should never be less than 20 feet high because pressure is necessary to preserve the silage. The higher the better. A good rule is to have it twice as high as the diameter. The following table will show the size for a given number of feeding period: cows for a one-thir- d As Executor of the estate of George Most Important Essential Is to Find W. Evans, deceased, and by virtue un der the will of said Gorge V. Evans Kind That Will Mature In Ycyr of record in the Clerk's office Garrard Locality Silo-- Is Always ProfCounty Court, will book "Z", page itable to Farmer. 223, I will offer for 3dle to the highest In selecting a variety of corn for bidder in front of the Court House silage always use one that will ma- Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, on MONDAY, NOV. 24, 1913, ture its grain. Other things being P3S.J tfriEss fes fo. hn W For Infants and CHUren. infcj a rami no wmm 1 3r. g A at n,J!h The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Al.rnimr. i ui. i rvr. County Court Day, the real estate or residence property owned by George W. Evans at the time of his death, on the corner of Stanford and Buford Stteets in the city of Lancaster, Kentucky, fronting 100 feet on Stanford street known on the plat of said city as Lot No 22, and only 120 feet from the Court House; on this lot are two residences, two cisterns, stable and in good statf of other repair; one of the residences is a modern cottagr, comparatively new. This property is an ideal location for a Dr. or merchant. This property is capable of and will be offered separately and as a whole and the bid accepted realizing the most money. TERMS. The sale will be made for cash in hand, payable January 1, 1914, when possession will be given and deed made. The purchaser being required to execute bond day of sale for the performance of his contract. For further information apply to W. B. Mason, Lancaster, Ky. J. F. Robinson, Executor of George W. Evans, Decersed. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. This November 3, 1913. ling His StcsaSs aaJUshibcf ismcm Signature tip;? Prnrcnlps TK"2stinTinvrrfi.'...... - fj$ Use nnrl Bur Contains ppJtor idpiuiiiilarpWru; norMutral Not Narcotic. Exifjtfc'diicSJezrnnER fisjla Stcd-J3x- ma fb :30-- a Iniaiuxldiiix llmtiSrei' tlarr. Anerfrr t ftpiripilu fhr rmslfcl TMnofn c.c-...fUUIWWUUI JlUHlVi"-"V- 7'VVoms.Coin'ulsionsJOTnslt ness andLOSS OF MXEP-IfccSiniJc SignaKK cf CarSkJSJijT .' 1 1 AX W TMC For Over Sspg 2320 Tue Centauti Co JIPAXT, NEW YOim. Thirty Years Guaranteed untkrthe frootia-- j CCNTAUR COMPANY, Exact Copy of Wrapper. ftVf TO Bit CITY Makes Hard Work Easy! DUSTING, Most Important Part of Work Is Proper Ripening of Cream Churn at Least Twice a Week. (By S. C. MILLER.) J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director , ?! way- - But it is easy, qmdc and satisfactory tie new way usintrlhc Mop. W ith it you can spend a few minutes doing what it now uVes you almost half a day You simply pass the Polish Mop over the Boor and ei y particle of dust and dirt is taken up and held. The floor la given a hard, durable, lasting polish and finish. cleaning and polishing hardwood floors is hard, An almost never ending task and seldom satisfactory the We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. I BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. A MONEY SAVING COMBINATION VALUE OF STANDARD OFFER PUBLICATION POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST EVER OFFERED LESS THAN HALF PRICE The Central Record one year $1.00 1.00 The Weekly Enquirer one year .25 Farm News, monthly one year .35 Woman's World, monthly one year .50 Poultry Success, monthly one year one rear .50 Farm and Fireside, Regular value the cream. This is in fact the most important part of the work. Most farm people keep skimming during the entire week, putting all into one lot, and often the last day's churning is skimmed directly into the churn, and of course this has not ripened at all. This plan gives cream of six different periods of ripening. It Is almost impossible to get good butter cream. from week-olChurning should be done at least twice a week. After the cream is taken off it should be kept at low temperature to discourage the growth of bacteria until about twelve hours before churning, when the starter should be added to ripen it, and the temperature raised to 65 degrees or a little over. In summer churning can be done at 58 degrees, but in winter the temperature should be from six to eight degrees higher. If churned at more than 65 degrees a good deal of the curd may be incorporated, and this will make butter of a cheesy flavor, which does not keep well. Rancid butter is caused by insufficient washing. The wilk left in the butter will soon become strong, and it should be all washed out, care being taken, however, not to overwash the butter, as this will take out the good d We cannot hope to make good butter without the proper ripening of OfeM0P is also used for the dusting and cleaning of the tops ci high furniture, between the banisters of the tairs and is so made that you can get to the far corner under the bed, beneath the radiator and other Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded Two Sizes $1.00-31.5- 0 aj and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Motor Farm Wagon Does Service in Many Ways. Try an Polish Wop for two days at our risk. Test it every way for two days and if you are not delighted with it we wtllpromptlyrcfund your money L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. feeding value as a 100-tosilo would have to have a storage capacity of 600 tons. Figure this out and see which would be the cheapest. There are many kinds of silo and made of different materials. Concrete, cement, brick, tile and several styles of wooden silo. The wood silo is cheapest of course, but it is not so durable as the concrete or tile. The different styles range from $3 to $5 per ton capacity for the concrete and tile silo, while the wooden stave silo will cost from $2 to $3 per ton capacity. n Hurt & nmum Makes It Easy to Clean Those Hard- H JmJm&Wm Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- Anderson ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington HINTS FROM THE HIRED MAN & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. Farmer Who Provides Reading MatTo Richmond, connecting with fast ter, Such as Newspapers, Books, train to Cincinnati. Etc., Avoids Help Problem. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Occasionally I run across a progressive sort of farmer who takes a gen- Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling uine interest In the welfare of the Green, and at Bardstown Junction to "hired man." I mean an unselfish in- , Bardstown & Springfield, terest. It has come under my notice j No 9; 8:42 p. m. that a certain farmer in our neighborTo Stanford, connecting with fast hood provides reading matter newspapers, magazines and books to sev- train to Bristol & Atlanta. eral hired men in the neighborhood. I have heard him advising them about saving and investing their money. On several occasions I have known him to furnish a team for carrying a party of half a dozen to some meeting In e' Are Yo a Woman the town. Does this farmer gain or lose in a money sense by such conduct? I know for a fact he has no trouble about keeping good help and he doesn't pay any more than his neighbors either. His men like him and will hustle, a little extra whenever the condition of the work calls for It. AH men are not alike. In the nature of things they can't be, but it is quite possible for every farmer to The Woman's Tonic treat those around him with considera- ' fl tion and kindness even his own family. E. V. B. I Hi iTVTl 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. mis- flavor. $3.60 All Six, One Year In salting, the mass should be spread out thinly and the salt sprinkled over evenly, because it is almost Impossible to work the salt through all of the butter If it is thrown all in one place. Streaked or mottled butter is nearly always caused by uneven salting. After salting, the butter should be al lowed to stand for five or six hours and then worked again. Our experience is that unless the farmer is well equipped to make butter In very large quantities, with access to a good private trade which will pay fair prices, it Is better to sell the cream than to attempt to make butter for the market. LEAF MOLD MOST VALUABLE Necessary Addition to- - Soil In Growing Seedlings In Open Air Turn and Water Leaves Often. Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ? THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. OurSpecial Bargain Price For Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. Gnx, Book-Keepe- ONLY $1.60 You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above, You could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a s remarkably low price. 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Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- Prest- - r. The Central Record A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT Any one accepting the above offer may have our 201- - piece Christmas Packet by inclosing ONLY 25 Cents ADDITIONAL. Docking a Lamb. Equal Chance for All. It is wrong to dock a lamb and turn Jt Is An easy matter to put all the little pigs together to be fed by them- It qut in fly time without putting on selves or to enlarge the troughs so something to keep the pests off. they may all have an equal chance. latgratei Ask us o show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right priced W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANISED XSS3. I This packet contains 14 beautiful Christmas Postcards 6 New Year Postcards, 30 Santa Claus Seals, 30 Holly Leaf Seals, 30 , For Infants and Children. Christmas Seals, 60 Decorative Seals, with inscriptions, 3 fancy Holiday rhe Kind You Have Always Bought Booklets, 16 embossed, gummed Stamps, 12 imported Christmas and Bears the Gift Cards. All embossed in gold and beautiful Christmas colors. This Signature of TJ .ir""" packet will surprise you. CASTOR A CXrP: Stop That Itch! satisfaction than the D. D, D, Prescription for Eczema I euarantee thti remedy. R. E. McKcberts & Son I will guarantee you to stop that itch in twa ecoqd. No remedy that I have ever sold for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases of the 'skin has Riven more thorough We Citizens Capital $50,Q00. National Bank 4 OF LANCASTER, KY. Surplus $40,000. THE $& Central Record. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmenk Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Peposit witb us, and yon can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. . I"' L--$m .J The edfttMl fjpw dJmwi.t. tofa, Mdfty, Nov wmi.wTii inawn i 14, yir. 113. . page ..... r '": rf.ii utr il I If p. "" If I HC B ,4. BM HHHH .HHHHi . HHHHHHHHI fin-- Tnnr-mAii- P Q-f--- ! $ 1 1 s: I I :1 if) S lill EMI UI I In JHfl All our other Winter Stocks are Complete in Every Particular. lllu up-to-the-min- L'lVT I flu I g 8 Suits, Coats moving FAST. If you anticipate baying eithsr olths above, cone now while you have a complete stock to select from. and DRESSES are jjj ! i (jj AH ' Alin iv (ii: W. ; I (!) I Give Us An Early I with Merchandise that is tf 7 5515 Call and Let Us Satisfy Your Needs and at prices that are right. ute '' 1 i $ . (!) r ---- . km m -- i ?fr I I .. wnr 1 ii) i: ; -- speii- Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. innrnn mcnbAn I ilc bumrMNi. judcrn urnniiiriir nniiimutf sill: The Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes motored to Danville Thursday. W. R. Cook has gone to Columbus, Ga. for a business trip. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs. N. Miller. Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. M. Farra were recent visitors in Danville. W" SJ40 8 ONE Womans Store. (j I I See Our Line Of Ranges, Cook Stoves Gossip About Heaters People NNN A Brief Mention of the 5 of the BEST MAKES. Prices Right. Comings and w (joints byThost Wt Are Interested In. I e Moline, Jno Deere Wagons LIGHT RUNNING and DURABLE. See Them Before You Buy. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. IL STYLE IN HER DC IL FOOTWEAR is a positive necessity worn with the an. She insists upon it just as she insists on comfort and ease in her shoes, and if she be econ omically inclined she alte so looks for durability in her footwear. We cater to just such ladies, always showing the most elegant and Comfortable Fitting Shoe of the best make at moderate prices. U R. IL S. 1Z BROWN. IL IL IL SSI f( 1Z Reverend J. Rockwell Smith was in Harmony several days. Attorney H. Clay KaufTman was a recent visitor in Stanford. Miss Nancy Long, of Madison, is here visiting Lancaster friends. Miss Lavaina Rcss is in Lincoln visiting her sister, Mrs. Fado Parks. Mrs. Sue Dudley, of Richmond is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Dudley. Mrs. Ann Robinson is in Danville for Mrs. Mary Coley, of Richmond, is a stay with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robinhere for a visit to her sister, Mrs. son. Zerelda Gulley. Miss Katie May Dickerson, of RichMrs. Carlton Elkin has returned mond, is the guest of Miss Minnie from Liberty where she visited her Gulley. aunt, Mrs. Kidd. Miss Pauline Hocker, of Stanford, is Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Elliott, of the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mattie D. Frankfort, are guests of Dr. W. M. Duncan. and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were recent Elliott Miss Mabel Mason was called to guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant of Richmond by the death of her aunt, Danville. Mrs. Ben Banks. Mrs. W. G. Anderson has returned Mrs. Sallie Maret and from a visit to friends and relatives in John Boner, have been visiting friends Danville. in Boyle county. Mrs. Cornelia Clay, of Richmond, is Miss Ida May Grant, is at home after visiting her niece, Mrs. George D. a months visit to Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Robinson. Grant, in Danville. Mrs. E. L. Owsley is at home from a Mrs. Carrie Davidson is at home visit of several weeks with relatives in from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Z. Nicholasvillp. T. Rice in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, of Eld. W. M. Eldridge and daughter, Lincoln, have been with Garrard rel- of Paint Lick, were visitors at the School Fair, Saturday. atives for a visit. The Record's correspondent at Nina, Jerry Respess Applies For County Super"" Mr. W. T. Watson, is confined to his YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. visor Of Garrard County. home by illness. Mrs. W. D. Walker left Tuesday for To C. A. Arnold and the magistrates a visit to her relatives Mr. and Mrs. of Garrard Count; I most respectFresh ojters. celery and cranber0. H. Irvine in Louisville, Ky. fully make application for the appointtf. ries, at Currev's. ment of Countj Road Supervisor and if Dr. J. J. Pursley and wife, left Tuesappointed I promise an honest, faithful , rresh ojster, celory ami cranberday, for Atlanta, which place will be ntul uist fi;ltilmHiit nf its obligations. ries, at Theo Currey's. tf their headquarters for the winter. I have had 2." jears experience as Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, left last Pony for sale gentle for children, to week for a visit with relatives in Louis- - j Mr. and Mrs. R A. Haynes and Miss Railroad municipal ai.d Highway cheap will take geI am resident of Garrard ,drive will Lucile Huggins, of Hillsboro, 0. are ville. note, apply at Central Record. v.siting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. county, and a Democrat. Prof. Pullen, of the Richmond NorVery Fresh oj sters, celery and cranLer-rie- s, mal school, was here Saturday for the Messrs Lewis and Robert Goins, of Jerry Respess. at Theo Curre N. School Fair. county, are at home after a prothis tracted isit with friends in Indiania-poli- s. LexMr. G. S. Greenleaf will go to I will pay the highest market price School Notes. ington Monday for a meeting of the for good fat turkeys, to be delivertxl Masonic Lodge. Miss Margaret Bullitt, of Big Stone j (W. F. Miller ) next week and tip to the 20th. of thfa month, aNo highest price for frefi Miss Bessie Prather has been visit- Gap, Va., has been an attractive vis-Lost: A Chaperone. egg- ing friends and relatives in Newby and itor of Miss Letty May McRoberts. of H. IS. NorthcotU this city. Richmond. Kv. Coming. . r IWi( j 1 I st-1- t 1 Mr Bob Is m after a visit When Women I I s s POINT to the I I I 0 0 Miss Marie Epping, of Louisville, is Miss Alberta Anderson is at home in Danville with her aunt visiting her cousin, Mrs. Lewis Walker, at the Kengarlan. Miss Dove Harris. at the home of Mrs. Marshall K. Denny, for Georgetown, where he goes to duct a two weeks meeting. on Lexington Street. i The Chautauqua Circle met Saturday Rev. F. M. Tinder, leaves Sunday, con- Mr. Sallie Rout Fox, who has been Charles Dunn and John McRoberts, of State College Lexington, werehome ill in a Danville hospital, has sufficiently recuperated to return home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden and children motored to Flemingsburg for a visit to Mrs. Emma Tillett. Mrs. Rohert Dunlan Bianton., of r Athol, Ky. is here for a stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Miss Emma Doty left the 8th for a stay with her sisters, Mesdame Ed Smith and George Bogard in Richmond. WHITE SWAN FLOUR as the best of all, they know what they are about. If there is one thing women can judge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the it WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. Rev. M. B. Ainsworth, of Georgetown, will fill the puIpitoftheChristian church on Sunday, Nov. 30th. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson, of Stanford, has been the recent guest of her cousins, the Misses Wilkerson. 1 i I i I 0 I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills i t i 0 gBMMa :y)Bxxx,Y0)'yx) :t)jmi) s? Willie and Thomas Ballard, of upper Garrard, attended the School Fair and visited relatives here Saturday. Mr. Thomas Hampton and sisters, of Miss Elsie Zimmer and Mrs. W. A' Winchester, were here for the late Kengarlan, have been funeral of their cousin, Miss Emma Speath, of the spending the week in Cincinnati. Hood. Mesdames Alexander Kennedy and Banks Hudson, of Danville, wererecent guests of Miss Lucy and Tommie Francis. Lancaster friends regret very much to hear of the extreme illness of Mrs. Thomas B. Walker at her home in Nicholasville. Miss Katharine Harris was in Stanford the latter part of last week to see her father, J'. Randolph Harris. S No Wonder HE'S ANGRY when a good mechanic has to go over a whole pile of Lumber in order to find a good board or two. 3&iiBliiBlll Mrs. J. B. Woods has returned home from the Danville Hospital much im Rev. and Mrs. J.W. Beagle and Mrsl proved, her sister Mrs. J. T. Parks Alex Walker are attending the Baptist came with her for a tew days. Association at Lexington this week. Mrs. Belle Perkins has returned home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks.of Stanford. W. B. Mason Jr., who is attending school at Millersburg, spent Saturday and Sunday with the home folks. Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman will go to Do You Want S farm? Through want of space, we omitted Richmond Sunday for the dedication of the school notes last week. If so write or ee W. T. Ewirg the handsome new Christian church in The exercise on Friday morning by Harrodsburg, Ky. Splendid farms rangthat city. tMiss Anderson's room, was greatly en- ing from $50 to $100 an acre. Mrs. Ben King and sister. Miss Car- joyed. rie Arnold, have returned from a plea- Resident Properly For Rent Daniels, our popular music Miss ant visit to relatives in Washington, teacher, is able to be back after a few I desire to rert mv property on Stancoun'ies. and Nelson days illness ford street, opposite the Christian Harrison Green and Miss Lillie Miss Brashear's room will entertain church, for the year 161 1. Any f urtlusr Hardin, of Scotts Fork neighborhood, Friday morning. All are cordially in- information can be furnished by Mr.W. were united in marriage at the home T. West, at the Post Office. vited to attend. of Elder F. M. Tinder. Mrs. Jennie West. Bro. Tinder was a visitor at our Tulsa. Okla. Mr. John Robins and family of Brod- - ' School Wednesday morning, and made head, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.W. T. an interesting talk. CITY TAXES Watson, at Nina. Mr. Robins is one of Miss Dean's room entertainment Brodhead's most prominent business Due And Must Be Paid. last Friday week Was much enjojed men aid citizens. By order of the Citj Council I am The spied) by all who were present. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden, ac- by her "Special" pupil, little Mis Vir- directed to collect all back taxes due companied by Mrs. Pattie Anderson ginia Pearl Walker was very much en the city, all taxes .are now due. as well have returned from a pleasant auto joved. as water rent, w hich must be paid at once. trip to Maysvile. Carlisle and FlemingsThis is imperative as we Miss Mason, our efficient IlighScoool burg, where they visited fner.ds and need the money to meet cur water in" teacher was called to her home relatives. works bonds. Remember the penalty Richmond, Monday morning, by the goes on all unpaid tave December 1st. Judge Phelps and Mrs. Phelps and sad death of Mr. and Mr B. L. Banks L. E. Herron, Marshall. Mrs. D. Evans, of Richmond, and Mrs. and ion. Miss McRoberts is teaching City of Lancaster. Elizabeth Mainer, of Emporia, Kansas, t in her place. were guest at a course dinner at the I Honor Roll. For Rent At Paint Lick Ky. home of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and , A two story s room house, with Grade Second B. CassieMae Burnett daughter. Myrtle Mae Anderson, Maud Davis, pantry, 2 halls. and2 porches additional. The following composed a house Jeanita Dunn, James Watkins. with stable room for housing, and feedparty at the delightful home of Misses Grade Third B. Eugenia Dunlap, ing, several teams of horses, and shelAllie and Stella Hendren last week; Margie Montgomery, Paul Morrow, ter for cows, ect. Also coal house. Misses Lula and Stella McWhorter, Ardella Turner, Julia Mae Walker. smoke house, milk house, carriage Miss Nancy Long, of Madison, Miss house, hen house, and all other necesMay James, of Richmend, and Mr. sary out buildings. Also a large cistern. Any Fool Can Drive Fast Frank Fowler, of Kirksville. With this house, there are 13 acres of The death of Percy Lambers who pasture land, well watered, and a good In a letter from Mr. J. E. Perkins, was killed while driving an automobile orchard. of Rose Hill, III, in renewing his sub- at the rate 114 miles an hour in Londor, This home is in short walking dis scription to the Record, asked to be calls attention, once more, to the fact tance of our new, brick Consolidated remembered to Gabe Greenleaf, Smal-le- y that its present development the autoHigh School. This school has the Wherritt, Solon Henry and Lipe mobile is not safe for the speed at modern appliances for comfort, and Harris. He adds, "hurrah for old which its engine will dive it. This is convenience, and an efficient corps of Kentucky and Garrard County." as true upon the country rouds as upon teachers. It is also only a short walk George B. Harris, Travelling Pas- race courses. It is an axiom that a ing distance to two churches, and 1 senger Agent for the "Wabash" came machine is as weak as its weakest mile, and 1 J mile, to two others, while Sunday for a short visit to his parents point. The weak point in an automo- a third, is about 2 miles distant. These Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. He was bile is the tire. At high speed, a tire churches are of different, and leading accompanied by Master J. Vincent is likely, at any time to burst. When demominations. This place is 1 mile Arnold Jr., of Birminghan Ala., who it does, a catastrophe is as certain as from one station on the L & N R. R. will remain for some time with his anything can be. A heavy racing car and J of a mile from another. For grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. driven on a fastjrack will somersault further information, call on Dr.Xel-o- n or skid and roll ovrr. So will a light Mays, or write him, at Pair.t Iittk. Burnside at Point Leavell. or heavy car on the road, and a majority Kentucky. !i. F. D. No. 2. The grandparents of little Margaret of fatal accidents are so chumiI I Elkin Hughes, who with her parents, Persons who drive motor cars should Aphasis. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes, are on bear in mind the fact that any fool can Aphasia Is speech') ssness, due to their return trip from the orient, re- drive fast, but that it takes a man of Aphonia is voiceless ceived word Tuesday, announcing they sense to know better than to do so and brain disorders. ness, due to some local disease. would reach San Francisco Wednesday court death from tire explosions. The message was a wireless from the steamer, Chiyo Maru and repeated by telegraph from San Francisco and is as IE 3EJE 13 E follows; "Hello, San Francisco, Wed- OF nesday" Margaret. : j -f -i i I 11-1- OB No Substitutes RETURN to the grocer aU sent you for Royal ing Powder There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. AN IMPERATIVE DUTY. The beginning of manhood is to keep one's will acting freely and vigorously, to protect one's intellect from the false coloring which comes from emotion and feeling, to assert oneself in the face of the passions and influences that assail the stability of a man's integrity and independence. This is never an easy thing to do, but it is always an imperative thing, something which no man can leave undone and be a man in the full sense of the word. See Our Special Line Of DRESSED HATS. GUT PRICES on -- 1 He doesn't like the name of being a slow worker through no fault of his own. Buy your lumber here and all the boards will bs good. Save a lov of time, which is money to the all Trimmed Hats. Give us a call. man who has to pay the wages. . New Line of Veils. I r0 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. oMiss in vSsn n mi Rjella Arnold. iBt ini 3E S ' v "" "H"a -- fW , dgQ & The Central Recora, rriday, Nov 14, 191 3. l l IK Coming OPERA HOUSE. See Miss Betty's Last Appearance on the American Stage. Comin Monday, Nov 17th. CAST OF CHARACTERS. Mr. Hewlett. of Benson & Benson.. L G.Davidson. JENKINS Miss Rebecca's Butler Billy Miller REBECCA LUK- E- A Maiden Lady Mrs. Robt. Embry KATHERINE ROGERS-- Her Niece Miss Noland' MARION BRYANT Katherines Friend Mrs. F. G. Hurt. PATTY Miss Rebecca's Maid - - . 7 Mrs. L. N. Miller ROBERT BROWN-CI- erk -- 1 g U This Show is for benefit of CIRCLE GIRLS and you should help the worthy cause. A Good Two Act Comedy Drama lasting about two hours 15cts W with specials between acts. Admission forChilren, Adults 25cts, Reserved seats 35cts on sale at McRoberts Drug Store. 8 3 PHILIP ROYSON f J I n Doors Open at 7:00 p. m. Curtains Rise at 7:30. Courtesy of HURT & ANDERSON, HORNS OF FANTASTIC The Furniture Kentucky School Progress. on Col. Roosevelt. The mangled bodies of two men were has Men. The Dog Law. SHAPE WORLD'S LARGEST IRON MINE (farmer's column llllMIIIIMIIIIIII'l''IMIIlllHMIIM dpace below this headii i Is for me exclu-iv- e use of our farmer sutxcrlbers. and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cnuno. afford to advertise. No notice will xc i icepted over four lines, and will beonlylii two Issues of the ecokd, free of cbarfre ' Emit African Tribe Have a Peculiar Method of Dealing With Their Oxen. Hill Onions. C. R. Henry, Kirksville, Ky. For Sale: Fifty bushels of Buff Orphington cockerels for sale. Mrs. W. W. West, Paint Lick. Ky. perferred. Lick. wanted A good fresh cow. E. C. McWhorter, Jersey Paint old Fashion Piano. for SALE:-A- n Mrs. G. P. Terrill, Phone 159. Lancaster, Ky. some nice meat hogs for sale. I have a few bushels of well screened, blue stone seed wheat for sale. Wade Walker. Phone 224-- J. M. Cress, of Preachersville, has A tribe of East Africa, called the Suks, hammer and twist the horns of their cattle Into all kinds of fantastic shapes. An ox with one horn that points forward and the other backward, writes M. W. H. Beech In "The Suk," Is an object of envy and admiration to all; it Is called kamar. They believe that such an ox has exceptional properties. Every fighting man should have his kamar; those who do not possess one are objects of derision. When they prepare to start on a raiding expedition, the men gather the kamara together, bedeck them with ostrich-featherand lead them to the river. There the warriors are assembled; they dance round the sacred oxen, flap their hands at them, and kneel on one knee; they hold up their shields in attitudes of defense and brandiBh their spears, while they utter weird which are supd posed to excite In the the desire for battle. A captured kamar is a coveted prize, and the Suks slaughter and eat it with much cerewar-cries, faint-hearte- mony. The Suks were originally an agricul- tural people. In every plantation they build little shelters on piles, whereon sit the women and children whose duty it Is to give warning of the approach of elephants, and to scare away birds. Of the members of the tribe who do other than agricultural farm of 36 acres work there is a saying, "God gave FOR SALE:-Sma- ri near old Paint Lick, known as the John them no sheep, so he gave them clevDoty place. Well improved, good erness instead." Youth's Companion. orchard. W. T. Doolin, Marksbury Ky. PRETTY HARD TO EXPLAIN FOR SALE:- - My entire flock of White Plymouth Rocks. They are the Little Slip Made by Mr. Jones That purest strain and well worth the price. He Probably Found It Hard I aik; $1.00 each. Mrs. H. S. to Square. Paint Lick, Ky. Jones usually caught the 6:30 train Pure apple vinegar at 40 cts a gallon out of the Grand Central for New or in barrels that I will wholesale at This day, however, he had met a friend and remained over to reJ. T. Henry. close price. ' new acquaintanceship. He was plainFor Sale:-- 50 or 75 thoroughbred ly up against it, but finally managed Plymouth rock cockerels and 50 pullets to get the following wire off to Mrs. " of same breed. Mrs. S. K. Dudderar Jones: "Missed the 5:30. Don't keep dinGilberts Creek. Ky. ner waiting. Will be a little late tonight." and lot on DanFOR SALE:-Hous- e It was long after midnight when he ville avenue known as the Shugar's left the train at New Rochelle and property. Apply to Hughes & Swine-broaten minutes later before he reached home. Mrs. Jones met him at the front I have for sale some pure bred Ply- door. Call and see "You got my message, darling?" he mouth Rock Cockrels. Mrs. F. M. asked, pressing a box of bonbons into them before buying. her hands. Tinder. "Oh, yes!" quickly returned Mrs. pair of good 3 year old Jones, "I got it all right But I would FOR sale:-horse mules. 10 head registered jersey like to know why you sent a wire at telling me you had missed the milk cows, fresh with young calves. A 4:30 hay, will 5:30 train." lot of first class pure timothy Jones couldn't Judge. deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. Does an Injustice to Canines. "I never could see," captiously remarked Kipling Daft, who often cogiGood Farm For Sale. tates deeply, "why a low saloon should not I offer for sale privately, my farm be called a 'doggery.' Dogs doput foretheir containing 137 acres, 3 miles from Dan- gather in such places and ville on Lexingtod and Danville pike. left hind paws up on the footrall and tell Mike to settemupagaln. Neither This farm is well watered and well im does a dog linger along till a late proved, with house of six rooms and hour of the night bragging about how Possession given he was Just going to hit the feller good stock barn. January 1st. Any other information, when he left, or telling funny stories call on or write. L. O. Harber, Dan- deftly interspersed.. with hiccoughs, and then go winding home full of ville, Ky. choice liquors, fine cigars and seven kinds of billy-hel- l. Then, let us not speak of a saloon as. a 'doggery,' even LIVE STOCK MARKET. if the. men who congregate there do at times recite more doggerel than Is CINCINNATI ONION STOCK YARDS, Bogs Sheep sood for them; but be truthful and Cattle KovlJ It as a 'mannery,' if CATTLE: Shippers 767 "A denominate do us but that we must 7 M7 25 nothing wUl Batcher steers extra 6 25 7 25 call it out of Us name." Kansas City Good to choice A oo SO Star. Common to fair few pure bred Hampshire shoats. boar or gilts, $7.50 if taken at once. S. A. Aldridge, Hyatts-villKy. for sale:-- A e, g, e. d. A Belfsrs, extra Good to choice Common to lair Cows, extra Soodte choice Common to fair Canners 1 m VI JW Bit . ! ExtcrmJfittlon Mot Feared. all you. read about 'the extinction of fur animals,' " writes . a statistician to a. Paris paper. "With 8 00 4 1! the exception of a few seal, ChinS SO 821 chilla and American lynx 'fur animals' Sails, balognas 6 25 6 SO Eat balls are no 'less numerous than they were 1100 CALVES: extra 30 years ago, when the prepared pelts, 8 B31075 rairto'epod 10 now popular for outer garments, were Common and large U9 The high SODS : rood packers and batchers 8 003 9 OS used for lining purposes. 7 003 8 00 prices are caused by the increased Ulxed packers 4 00 7 00 demand. The animals will Stars Common to choice hear? fat sows, i SO 7 65 not be exterminated because the fash-Ion- s 7 SJ 7 a t Llfbt shippers change. While one animal, tem5 SO 7 25 porarily popular, 1b being Firs, (110 lbs andlew) hunted the 4 Si SHEET :strt to 'Good to choice 4d04 40 the other has time.this recuperate. Naway: The 3 00 3 75 ture helps also In Commentofalr.... animal Instinctively abandons 7 25 LAMXB: extra.. 6 75 7 20 its habitat, often seeking refuge where . Good to choice .. -- .. i, eo6 SO the huatar caaaoUow' Common to 'lair "Do not belLey.e 7 00 5 8' 50(3 6 Bf 6 00 15 5 2S 5 &' 6S5 t 26 I257t fur-beari- over-hunt- ber has to be iprea3Tipon tne ciotn, layer after layer, by repeated passages through the spreading machine. The Enormous Supply of Rich Ore Is Lo- fabrics used have to be specially secated at Klruna, Laplected, and, in view of the deleterious land. action of oil upon rubber, have to be the minutest free The richest and probably the largest warrantedgrease. of all but trace of iron ore mine in the world Is located at Kiruna, Lapland, in latitude 68 deSign From Providence. grees north, which is about the same The Dyak who will argue that beboundary .of as the northernmost Alaska. The climate is somewhat cause his grandfather died after climbmilder than in Alaska, and these ing a tree neither to climb trees If mines are worked the year around. they wish to live and enjoy health, reAbout 1,600 men are employed and calls the "dour" old Scot who had the equipment is all of the most mod- steadfastly refused to Insure his fleet ern machinery obtainable. Machine of trading ships. "Na, na," he'd detools for the repair shop, air com- clare, "the Almighty has favored me, pressors, and rock drills, and sev- an I've no need o' insurance. No a eral of the largest steam and electric ship ha' I lost in thretty year." Not shovels are of American make. The ' long afterwards practically his entire plant is at present operated by steam fleet was wrecked in one of the worst power, tbe coal supply coming from storms in history. A friend, knowing England and Spitsbergen, but tbe of the trade which the old man had electrification of the mines is in had, and of the value of the name progress, and thi3 power will be used alone, then offered to build new ships exclusively as soon as the new power and take the ruined man In with him. gloomy plant of the state of Sweden, now "Na," he declared with under construction at Porjus Falls, solemnity, "Providence gied me a Is completed. The transmission line sign that I'm no' tae engage in the is completed and It is expecte'd that shipping again." the power station will be ready to de- PROFESSION AN OLD ONE liver current early in 1914. One hundred and fifty thousand horsepower will be the capacity of this station, That Ancients Knew the Art of Dentistry Has Been Abundantly and it will be transmitted over a disProved by Discoveries Made. 150 miles. The state railway tance of between Kiruna and Narvik is being Tooth-pullinis doubtless as anelectrified and will be operated from may this station. The ore is shipped from cient a surgical operation, if so it to Narvik on the Norwegian be called, as Is known to mankind, but Kiruna tooth-fillinhas been supposed to be a coast by rail, and from there by water to Germany, a small percentage find- modern invention. Herodotus, and of course, Galen, knew something about ing its way to other countries. dentistry, but apparently not about fillings. But as early as the sixteenth UP PRICE century there is found printed eviBOOSTED THE dence that the use of gold leaves to When You Come to Think of It the fill cavities had long been known, if not generally practiced. Article Was Worth the Increased Amount The assertion that Egyptian mummies have been found with Hot and stuffy was the auction-rooteeth is now generally thought to be and packed, too yes, even an error arising out of the fact that packed to Its utmost capacity. the Egyptians often gilded the teeth Suddenly through the crowd pressed of mummies for ornament The quesperson and tion comes up in connection with the a large, important-lookin- g explorations of Professor Savllle of held converse with the auctioneer converse, low, deep and Columbia, in Ecuador. He found many c skulls perhaps 1,000 years Then up spake the auctioneer to the old, of a type superior to the Aztecs, and what was especially remarkable multitude assembled: "Gentlemen," he said, "I am inform- was that their teeth showed both gold ed that a pocketbook has been lost and cement filling. 200 in this hall tonight containing The teeth struck him as in bank notes." the most unusual feature of his finds. A great hush fell upon the assembly. In Mexico, he had dug up skulls with "Yes," continued the custodian of teeth filled or ornamented with stone, the hammer, "and, owing to other val- but he had never before seen gold filluable documents it contains, the gen- ings In a prehistoric skull. The gold tleman will offer 50 to anyone who was on the edges of the teeth, and returns it while no questions will be had been applied from the inside. It showed little on the outside, so the asked." Again a silence, deep and unbroken. purpose appeared to be less for ornaThen a fellow at the rear of the mentation than for utility. Some of the teeth were filled with hall spoke up: cement In all cases, whether the fill51," he said. Answers. "I bid ings were gold or cement, the borings Indicated that a tool had been used Because It Was Underweight Under the pure food and drugs act that did the work possibly as well as ten cases were recently brought the instruments of the modern dentist. against a New York city firm, which Some of the teeth that apparently had 1b in the candy business, making a been loosened were held together by specialty of what is known as "penny gold bands. . . . Professor Saville goods." All the goods were found to said that the residents, or natives, of be adulterated. Most of them con- that part of Ecuador where he found tained shellac, and some of them also the skulls and the pottery, just north contained arsenic. In every case the of the Equator, apparently were the firm pleaded guilty. Most of the can- only primitive people who understood dles were sold as chocolate candies, the art of using jewels and platinum but contained little or none of that in decorative art. One of the objects product These are the goods bought in using gold in the teeth doubtless by small children who have received was ornamentation, but the chief pura cent or two from parents or friends, pose seems to be to preserve. sometimes Intended for the missionary box, but often straying to the candy BREEDING HOGS IN LUXURY shop. In only one bf the ten cases was a penalty imposed, and In this City Qlrl Lost In Wonder at the Concase, carrying a fine of $50, was not sideration Shown by the for selling to little children as chocoFarmer. candy a mixture containing arselate nic and shellac, but because the packA young lady from the city was goage sold to the dealer was marked ing to make her first visit to a cousin five pounds and really contained only in the country. At the station she 4 pounds and 14 ounces, not enough was met by the cousin, and after a poison for the money! Truly, in the they drive he told words of Mr. Bumble, the law some- were approaching his farm. ber times is "an ass." In one of the broad fields that met the young lady's attentive eye stood Mackintoshes Expensive to a windmill, and gathered around It are made of cloth some' standing and some reclining, coated with rubber. It is ninety years were several hogs. since Charles Mackintosh of Glasgow "Well, that beats anything I ever took out his patent for the cloth that heard of!" exclaimed the fair one. "I has ever since borne his name. The didn't know that ygu farmers were so mackintosh Is a more expensive gar- considerate." ment than the raincoat because of the "What does?" queried the country high cost of the materials employed. couslfl. The rubber jjseij has first to be puri"That over yonder," replied the city fied by maceration In water at an ex- girl, pointing a pretty finger. "Just pense proportionate jto the amount of thipk of having a fan out In the field impurity present, and It has then to to' k'eep those hogs cool." Christian' ,be converted by use of a solvent into Endeavor World. c' .a.dougb.. In this elastic form theurubr g g gold-filled pre-Aztegold-filled half-hour- 's In the last ten years Kentucky advanced from 47th, or near about the foot of the column of illiteracy, to the 24th. Her attendance has increased 25 per cent in the past year and the increase was in the rural districts. The HighSchool has so much improved that the graduates of nearly all of them are eligibis to enter the Freshman class in any college in Kentucky. Garrard county is doing her part to raise the standard. CORN CROP FAR SHORT OF 1912. Under Production Nearly Billion Bushels Last- - Year. Value Far Ahead Of Yield. 1912 Despite Smaller This year's corn crop promises to be the most valuable this or any other nation ever has produced, although the Department of Agricul.u e's preliminary estimate of production issued indicates it will be more than half a billion bushels less in size that the record crop of last year, and the smallest since 1903. Based on the department's figures of 70.7 cents per bushel, the average farm value on November I, the crop, as now estimated, is worth 1,741,353.019, while the value of the 1912 record crop was 1,520,454,000. The previous most valuable crop was that of 1909, when it was worth The department's preliminary estimate of production increased by 90, 000,000 bushels the estimate made in October and also that made in September. This was taken to indicate that the damage from the very severe drouth in the MiddleWest was somewhat overestimated. The department's final estimate of production next month may show further increase in the size of the crop. THREE STATES SUFFER HEAVILY. Under the State dog law, any owner found buried in snow near kMcGraws-vill- e, or harborer of a dog is subject to alii; Ind.J Fire at Norwood, O., a suburb of of not more than 10 for failing or refusing to list the dog with the Assesa- Cincinnati, did 125,000 damage. IT,- .. i. tr ,tx. fr fnr tav-itr'. William Bayard Hale, personal rep- - for ! the vh.n Kiior resentative of President Wilson, and the judgment may provide for the into conference with Gen. Carranza, killing of the dog. Any deg for leader of ihe Mexican Constitutionlists. months old and over must be listed. Gen. Huerta held a Cabinet meeting, When taxed, the dog becomes personal but nothing of the meeting's action property. The revenue from the dog was made public. It is said that John ia.v gues iu pay ior me sneep KiHeil m T lnA 4 .ramcui m iiwn a ,, ,r u...u, Pn3;.in, ur:i,... icrwcmauv e ft, :.,.,. :. in Mexico, showed anxiety; ol 12 ihe George H. McGuire, of Syracuse, N. Y. who denied under oath last Thurs- - Lnc M. 0n 0ne Slree' P'aQ Undlf day that he had sent a telegram to JU """" Hennessy, former Gov. Sulzer's John A. Quarantine. graft investigator, relative to political contributions, admitted in the investi-- i The most sweeping quarantine ever gation of District Attorney Whitman, made in Winchester was issued Friday of New York, that he was the author by Health Officer I. H. Browne "when he placed under quarantine all the of the telegram. The Law Committee of the Republi- - residents on Hill street between Pewl-ca- n National Committee decided that Ieton street and Mutual avenue. About the committee has no power to change tnir V families, mostly those of laborers, the basis of representation is national are included in the territory, A Ie conventions without calling an inter- - D,ock '3 comprised in the district under mediate convention for that purpose. ) Dan- Chief Police McCord was busy Fri- The achievements of the United idents .f d,ay serVInff "ot,ce3 on the Daughters of the Confederacy were re- - ' ""tine will o counted by Mrs. Alexander E. White, thf 3t'eet and the president-genera- l, in her address be weffe? at,once- the Health Bom.I r . c .- -, . The fnr ffco anni ....... .. ..... ....- -. means that the residents of the dis gamzation in New Orleans. eased territory must not go out of their The four members of the Senate yards until the ban is lifted. The other , ... -; t jr the city are notified that PP1 favor Administration Bill refused i mPi ..w ..u om!,ii, ,,. ... ,1 . ......... j...u.ajv, I.M , ULUKCII UUk to meet with the committee and con- -' in this territory and are warned tostav tinued work on their report to the Sen- - awaV- ate caucus, Bud Campbell has small pox on this The social evil can be cured as read- - street and there are several cases of ily as typhoid fever if the question is j measles. Winchester Sun. approached scientifically, declared Dr. T. B. Crothers, of Hartford, Conn, beNOTICE fore the International Purity Congress. iZ"t''n ? .:.. ' ,,, goio "' ' ' j MfS n-i- T T, . i Announcement was made at the De- Act Of October 3, 1913 Income-Ta- x Law. partment of Commerce that Secretary The greatest damage from the drouth Redfield will make known his decision Assessed upon the amount by which is indicated in the figures for Kansas, in the case of Supervisieg Inspector the net income of each citizen exceeds which show the acre yield there to have Dorsey. 3,000 at the rate of 1 per cent. been reduced to 3.2 bushels, compared Additional Tax Assessed upon the A twin son of Dr. J. B. amount of net income. with 23 bushels last year; in Missouri, where the yield was 17.5 bushels, com- Shacklette was burned to death near Between 20,000 and 50,000 at the pared with last year's 32 bushels, and Highland Park. The other child was rate of 1 per cent. in Oklahoma, where it was 11 bushels, burned also, as was the father. Between 50,000 and 75,000 at the against 18.7 last year. In Illinois the Arrested on evidence that they wink- rate of 2 per cent. yield was 13 bushels below last year's ed at a salesgirl in a New York depart Betwtea 75.000 and 100,000 at the yield; in Iowa, 9 bushels, in Nebraska, ment store, three men were sentenced rate of 3 per cent. 9 bushels, Missouri, 14.5 bushels; Between 100.000 and 250,000 at the to a term in the workhouse. 3.7 bushels, and Ohio, 5.2 bushels. rate of 4 per cent. Secretary of War Garrison on his Between and 500,000 at the return to Washington from Panama, rate of 5 per250.000 Current News. cent. said the defenses of the Panama Canal Above 500,000 at the rate of G per Returns certified to the Secretary of i constituted a marvelous feat of encent. counties show gineering. State from twenty-fiv- e Thus a man with a net income or a majority of more than two to one 2,500 will pay No tax. amendments for the constitutional 5,000 will pay Stung! 26. voted on at the election last Tuesday. The automohilist, after several 10.000 will pav 70. prohibition was the times losing his way, found himself Nation-wid- e 21,000 will pay 19y. keynote of the opening session of the on an unknown road, at midnight C0.000 will pay 1.070. n fifteenth annual convention of the Where he was he could not even 78,000 will pay 1.G40. League of America, meeting at guess. At length he came to what ap200.000 will pay 7,520. peared to be a signpost He fumbled Columbus, O. 350,000 will pay 16.020. Federal aid for good roads work was in his pocket and brought out his 650, 000 will pay 26.050. box of matches. Luckily there was urged by Gov. Major, of Missouri, and one left. Further Exemptions, Senator Bankhead, of Alabama, at In case of husband and wife living Carefully and slowly he tolled up United States Good Roads convention. the signpost, and at the top struck the together, the amount exempted from The will of former Congressman match to see what was written there- their joint income is 4,000. George A. Gilbert, who died November on. The flickering glare of the match In the case of a parent, the amount exempted for each minor, not exceed8, 1909, was admitted to probate at showed these words: "Tr3 Tinker's Tabules." Shelbyville. ing two, is 500. It was only recently Net income is computed by making found. Knew He Was Safe. the following deductions; Mrs. Miles Burns.wife of Nashville's After the League of Public Safety Expense of carrying on business. City Controller, was killed whenj an became active in Broklyn some time Interest on indebtedness. automobile in which she was riding was ago lectures were delivered in the Taxes. schools and buttons were given to all struck by a street car. Business losses. Twenty-on- e persons were arrested pupils. Teachers thought the scheme Worthless debts. for safety had been well theorized by and taken to Selma, Ala. on charges the lecturers, but one boy recently Allowance for wear and tear, of growing out of a general fight between showed that everything had not been property used in business. whites and blacks. made plain. In crossing a street he Income upon which the tax has been The Church of Disciples, will spend narrowly escaped being hit by an au- paid, "at the source." $13,000 for missions in Kentucky this tomobile, the driver of which took the Corporate dividends (these are now year, the mission boat d of the church opportunity to admonish the lad. "Ah, taxed and will be under the corporation go on!" yelled the boy; "nothing can decided, at Lexington. hit me!" and he pulled back his coat tax law). Mendel Beiliss, charged with flay- and revealed his "safety" button. Interest upon State, County or City bonds. ing a Christian boy as a Jewish religInterest upon United States bonds. ious ceremony, was acquitted by a jury Sweetly Unreasonable. Salary of present President during at Kiev, Russia. "There Is no use of trying to deny Miss Zelie Emerson, the American that women are sometimes a little un- present term. Salaries of United "States Judges suffragette, is seriously ill in London reasonable,' said the "My wife made me do my best now in office. j from concussion of the brain, received man. to explain about a writ of habeas corSalaries of officers of State or subduring a riot. pus to her." divisions of State. Three men were killedand another "Did you make it clear?" Respectfully, wounded in a "I'm afraid not She went around was probably fatally W. W. Wiseman, to a lawyer next day and tried to obshooting affray at Raines, Ga. Collector. tain one that would get me away from The University at Buenos Aires has Danville. Kentucky, Nov. 5, 1913. degree of doctor of laws the ball game In time for dinner." conferred the Anti-Salood n ' Sfc- & A .. tw '. j- - L '. v - v w- - ,t , vrfS r. '