You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 21, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913112101_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 21, 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. TTTE CE JNf TRAJL RECORD PURE RETAGWh, milARNISHED DEMOCRACY AUD GOOD GOVERXMEN1 TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1913. Mr. C. Green is here with a largo Buy your Thanksgiving edibles of number of fine pianos of various standard makes. He has then en exhibition Curry. Phone 20. in the building adjoining the Onera See Billy Bryant Stoc k Co. Opera Hous? on Richmond street, v. here House all next week. may be inspected at any time. Call We have everything needed for jour and see them. fruit cakes. Buy it of Currey. New Garage For Lancaster. The ladies of the M. E. Church will Postmaster V. T. West h?s well have an exchange Wednesday Nov. under course of construction a rew 2fith. brick building on hi'3 lot adjoining the FOR sale:-eood heatire stove been ' Bradlev building on Lexington street Apply at the building is to be 70 feet Irng and used part of one winter. 20 feet wide and when completed will this office. be occupied by Mr. Prank Conn as an Health, happiness and prosperity. automobile garage. The building will For what more could we wish on be fitted with concrete washing floor Thanksgiving day. and all modern appliances and will be Special bargains in trimmed and admirably adapted to the handling of NUMBER 33. ;3E&3XS33!3EgSESS Next Monday "Big Court". is County Court and Pianos. i lfiieirSIigMigJHIrl,IHRaiB3i illfiElBHJjKJSRl M Hog Killing Time is here and we iL ave everything in that line. You are Invited to a G thj ( dlufoufjiiud Show I i I I A $ i untrimmed hats. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. the automobile trade. tin OlHvRul to be given at Opera House by Hon. A. Constitutional Amendments Carry. AND BiPl s afca ULafLyr OF ALL KINDS. dJcXjJLJ in different sizes and makes Come to our store and look them over before you buy. Live and Let Live Folks Rev Pat Davis will preach at the The Conjtitutional Amendments, All both Methodist church Sunday night, the tax amendment and the one itli- cordiallv invited. providing for the working or convicts The ladies of the Christian church on public roads, carried easily at the will serve Oyster Soup in the police recent election. However, because of the fact Sect'y of State Crecelius failcourt room. Court Day. ed to advertise them within the time Club rates for Magazines. Leaveor-der- s specified by law, their legality is at Stormes Drug Store. thought to be very mjch in doubt, and Mrs. Dollie Brown. it is more than probable that they will again have to b submitted "The poor we have with us always". of the people before they to a vote are made Let us remember them in the midst of plenty during the coming holiday our season. Prof Caneer. Help make Thanksgiving day a real Prof. A. W. Fortune in an address at day of thanks for some unfortunate, it the Christian church at Lancaster paid will add to your own measure of a very high compliment to the public thankfulness. school of that city, saying that it is one Tickets tor the home talent plav of the best equipped school that Lehad "The Lost Chaperon", will be on sale visited. It will be remembered that Prof. tat R. E. McRoberts Drugstore SaturCaneer, formerly of this place, is now day, Nov. 22nd. at the head of that school, and his num-eroThe contest is over but our subscripfriends here are gratified to know tion books are never closed. Come in that he is making good. Madisonian. Monday and let us add your name as h Circuit Court Next Monday. subset iber to the Record. The November term of the Garrard spare ribs, back bones, sausage, pumpkin pie and thanksgiving cheer Circuit Court convened Monday, and diives a great deal of the dreariness Clerk W.B. Mason informs us the docket is an unusually light one. There are from the ".Melancholy days". only 39 civil appearance case and j With turkeys around the shilling about 20 Commonwealth appearance, mark, "on foot", the poor editors the majority of the latter being misTnanksgiving thoughts turn naturallv demeanors. There are 100 old equity, to his old time fiiend Brer Rabbit. 30 old common law and 0 old Common-ttodlt- h case3 remaining on the dockets, Local buyers and buyers from other and it believed that a goodly number counties have been scouring the county of these will be cleared away at this for turkeys recently. The prices rang- term of court. qual-- 1 ed from 14 to 10 cents acording to ity and size. I js ! ' 0. Stanley. Noin-nintio- jg Candidate for the Democratic n for United State Senator will speak at the Court Home in Lancaster. Monday November at oclock P. M. m n TliUPSdau, at 7 p. m. BROS. Your mouth will water when vou see the good things at Currey's. The Billy Bryant Stojk Co. all next week in High class Comedy and Diamns Ladies Tiee under usual cuiditions. Pay Your School Tax. I 5! Nov 20th, My books are ready, your tax i.- due ill and the penalty goes on December 1. ijjj J2.W. Harris, Treasurer. rj Si is! We are glad to announce that Mrs-- . rfc. G. A. Swi'iebrojd, who fell and sustained painful injuries a few weeks ago, is slowly improving and hopes to 21 BiglanETB be out again soon. Enjoys The Spert. W. S. Elkin Jr.. of Atlmtt who has. been the guest of his father for several days, retun.ed home Tuesday night. Mr. Elkin is an enthusastic sportsman and while here succeeded in bugging quite a lot of quail. Mr. R. K. McRoberts returned to Atlanta with him and will remain for several days. Water Once More. Mrr. Swinebroad Improving. We will have with us a representative of the American Steel anil Wire Co., who will lecture.on Steel Fence Post. A set of Wire Fence Stretchers will be given to the one holding the lucky number. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. rgi ra'-- ', aigrfillngJBfrigflfBllfrSla'i Thp Hilly insilt The cry in the cities now is "do your Christinas shopping early". Home merchants will find time to wait on you up to the minute "Old Santa" puts his foot on the first rung of the ladder. "Do your Christmas shopping At Home". Loose Leaf Markets Open. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guarilian.Trustee The loose leaf tobacco markets open in Danville today (Friday) and those in Richmond, Lexington and other places on next Monday. Prominent Newspaper Man. and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. R. DENNY, President. Surplus Vice $30,000. J. E. STORMES, R. T. Embry, Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Ass't Cashier. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes Fcr Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, A:ex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Dppny J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. r rjiBTtflrtrrrw.rmjgjyfflirTiJffiCaA3gyirQ?' B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. W. O. P.igney, As3t Cash'r. J. J. Walker, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. I ORGANIZED 1S83. 'We Citizens .Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. j OF LANCASTER, KY. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Mr. Roy A. Haynes, of Hillsboro, 0., was in Danville Wednesday and gave Tne Messenger's latch-sttin- g a highly appreciated jerk. Mr. Haynes is editor and publisher of the leading paper in Hillsboro, and is making a great success of the publication. He is well known in this section, and is a Capt. Shelly came down to Danville of Hon. W. B. Mason, of Lancas- from Louisville on last Saturday and ter. Messenger. formally transferred the Revenue Office from Col. W. W. Wiseman to Judge Record To Observe Thanksgiving. John W. Hughes, the Democratic apThe Record will go to press one day pointee, delivered to Judge Hughes his earlier next week in order to give the commission and on Monday morning force a day of rest and perchance some the lattergentlemantook formal charge of them may be so fortunate as to be of the office and became the Internal "invited out' for dinner. Revenue Collector for the Eighth DisCorrespondents will please try to trict of Kentucky. Judge Hughes has have their letters in the office not later rented nice residence property and will than Monday afternoon, and our adver immediately move his family to and be tisers will also kindly endeavor to let come a resident of Danville. Judge Hughes is splendidly equipped for the us have their changes on Monday. responsible duties whict he has assumWhen Gertrude Hoffmann Brings Her ed and will undoubtedly make a very satisfactory officer. Col. Wiseman, New Revue To The Ben 41i. the retiring olhcer goes out with the Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday, Nov. be3t wishes of everyone, having during 25th, with her will be seen the only his incumbency conducted the affairs in Chinese prima donna in the country. a creditable and impartial manner. She is little Miss Chee Toy, a member of Ching Ling Foo's company, which Seven months Term For Rural Schools is a special feature with Miss HoffProbable Next Year. mann's revue. Chee Toy is as dainty y a piece of fine porcelain and undoubt-ablState Supt. Burksdale Hamlett was the prettiest girl that ever came delighted recently to find that there re from China. She sings in English as mained a neat balance to the credit of well as in Chinese and has an excellent the school fund, and with his usual voice. When she finishes her Ameri- solicitude for the promotion of the wel can tour she is going to Paris to study fare of the rural schools of the state, and hopes some day to establish opera at once determined to prolong them inof the Occidental sort in China. to a seven months term. The surplus at his command he found to be amply Tobacco Lancaster Warehouse Open. adequate for the purpose. However, The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse he was doomed to have his hopes blastis now open and ready for business and ed, at least for the present, for upon prepared to take 'care of their shaie of submitting the propositiSn to the Atthe Garrard county crop. The house torney General for a legal opinion, he is again under the management of was informed by that gentleman that "Billy" Speith, who is well known and it would require an act of the legislajustly popular among the growers of ture to lengthen the school term. this and adjoining counties. He is in Prof. Hamlett is nothing daunted Lancaster the greater pert of each by this obstacle and will ask the year and is onsidered a citizen of the coming session of the legislature to town. The house which he represents pass an enabling act which will permit is one of the oldest and best known in him to extend the term as he had hoped the state, and Mr. Speith personally is to do. noted for his honesty and fair dealing, It is thought there will be no obstacand has a reputation for paying the les in the way of the passing of this farmers the market price for their act, and next year we hope and expect holdings. All growers who desire to to see one more month, at least, added sell their tobacco at home would do to the Common School term throughout well to call on or telephone Mr. Speith. the State. son-in-la- w Up to Sunday as a result of the rain about fifteen inches of water had accumulated in the reservoir, and Supt. Herron turned on the water for an hour in order to allow the patron to fill their tanks and re.servoirc. He Shame On Yoa Boys. will continue to turn it on for one hour Editor Shelton Saulley of the Interieacn nay lor the above purposes until or Journal and Owen Mclntyre of the a sufficient amount of wates has been Advocate seem to be continually "toating a chip" on their shoulder for saved to enable him to supply all each other and are ever ready to take each other to task for their respective Good Show At Opera House All Next derelictions, political and otherwise. Come boys, the matters over which Week. you are contending are trival, drop The "Billy Bryant Stock Co" will them, arbitrate them or find some method by which ycu may live at peace. hold the boards at the Opera House all These gentlemen are warm personal next week, beginning Mondov nisrht. friends, but they seem to take particu- They have a splendid repertoire, their lar delight in making editorial thrusts opening attraction will be entitled "The sweetest Girl in Dixie" and is a at each others throat. sweet, pathetic story of the Southland. Judge John W. Hughes Succeeds Mr. W. The company comes higly lecommended by both press and public and thev W. Wiseman As Collector For The should and doubtless will have a good " attendence all during the week. Eighth District On Last Mon- Popular prices, 10 20 and SO cents will prevail. day Morning. Kellogg & Co's. Big Au!o Truck Demolish ed will open one weeks engagement at the Commencing Nov 24th. The Sveetest Girl in Dixie will be the opening bill. This Famous Company comes, here highly recommended by Press and Public. The large auto truck belonging to Kellogg & Co., the wholesale crocers of Richmond was demolished bv the afternoon passenger train at Paint Lick on Tuesday afternoon. The truck was returning from this place where they had been with a load of goods; on reaching Paint Lick there was a number of horses and teams about, and in attempting to wend their way among them, the truck was brought to a standstill on the track, and the occupants of the vehicle, in the confusion failed to note the approach of the train, which struck the truck literally demolishing it. The occupants escaped without injury beyond a few slight bruises. A Pleasing Comedy. V PRICES 10, 20 and 30cts. j ! MF ! "Mr. Bob was a roaring two act farce which teemed with amusing incidents. There are few who possess such versatility of accomplishments as our young office devil, Billy Miller, who has all the finesse that comes with thorough training and study, his train-in- g as office devil being a great help to him in his role as a butler. As actresses and exponents of comedy, Mesdames Embry. Miller and Hurt together with Miss Noland were altogether delightful. Mr. Davidson was not a stranger before the footlights and his clever acting in this, a3 well as "The Last Loaf", has established him firmly as a favorite local player. Mr. Hewlett was exceptionally good in the complications that excited the g mistakes. Little Miss Virginia Beazley and Russell Sanford dressed as pickaninnies and acting their part to perfection, helped to make this one of the most pleasing afTairs in the history of local amusements. This entertainment was given under the auspices of the Circle Girls and the door receipts amounting to $85. will be used for missionary purposes. laugh-provokin- To be Thankful, Be Happy To be Happy buy your Groceries and - Meats j I - OF Davidson & Doty. We have everything needed for that Thanksgiving feast. u. Phone 181. t s H -- ? m ;v3ic. ft iVM jr'i'-'- ji""f s '""i tria $m.0 " auujM; -- rpjaay, Ntfv g I , IS1& - -. '"ftv'wWV "vs.vV itiy,'-'rf:'j- ' a OVERSTOCK MIIMI M M Owing to the backward season caused by warm weather, we find ourselves badly OVERSTOCKED on SUITS and OVERCOATS. Following our usual custom when overstocked, we are going to close this lot of New Cloth-in- g out at absolute cost, rather than carry over to another season. Positively all Clothing New and Up-to-da- te. 1MM T 1 ! Ill II II II II I HII HI - - 3 17 J This Stock Reducing Sale MEN'S SUITS $22.50 Men's 20.00 Men's lS.(M) Come early and get your size at these Great Money Saving Prices. MEN'S OVERCOATS $17.75 $20.00 Men's Overcoats, 15.75 17.00 Men's Overcoats, IS. 75 10.50 Men's Overcoats, 15.00 Men's Overcoats, 12 75 13.50 Men's Overcoats, 11.75 12.50 Men's Overcoats, 11.75 10.00 Men's Overcoats, 7.75 8 50 Men's Overcoats, Starts SATURDAY, NOV 22 ALL CLOTHING CASH. now now now now now now BOYS SUITS $7.75 6.75 5.75 4.75 IS.75 BOYs OUERGOATs $10.00 Boys Overcoats, 8.50 Boys Overcoats, 7.50 Boys Overcoats, C.50 Boys Overcoats, 5.00 Boys Overcoats, 1.00 Boys Overcoats, 3.50 Boys Overcoats, 10 5(1 Men's Mon's Moil's 15.01) 12.50 Men's 10.00 Men's Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, now now now now now now now now $15.75 $10.00 Boys Knee Suits, now. 8.50 Boys Knee Suits, now.. now. .. 13.75 now... 12.75 7.50 Boys Knee Suits, now.. now .. 11.75 (!.5() Boys Knee Suits, now.. now.... 10.75 5.00 Boys Knee Suits, now.. K.75 now .. I. 00 Boys Knee Suits, now. now ... 7.75 :?.50 Boys Knee Suits, now.. 5.75 now.... .. ... ... ... ... $7.75 C.75 5.75 4.75 :!.75 2.75 2.50 We have a large stock of Suits and Overcoats to sell out at the above prices and we are going to let them slide right off the reel, so be among the first to get chance. Don't forget our Stunebaker Wagon given away Saturday, Decembes 20th, 1913. now.... 2.75 2.50 J. Robbed for Fourth Twelve Months. Sent Of Caught And School W. Bryants-vill- e trsgfh highly respected in the community in which they live, and it is through no lack of proper training that thes wayward youths have strayed from the path of rectitude, and it is sincerely hoped that a short time in the School of Reform will persuade them to lead upright honorable lives upon their return to the parental loof. Great credit is due Cap't. Mullikin for the splendid work accomplished by him and.his sagacious dogs, and it goes to prove that no criminal is safe in wrong doing when MulliLin's dogs are within call, and no trail can be so well hidden that they cannot take it and To track down the malefactors. Sheriff Robinson also is due a good measure of credit for his prompt action and assistance in securing the arrest of the young criminals. House of Quality. Lancaster, Knntucky A nice Piano would make an elegart Christmas gift. See the display jhjv t door to Opera House. For Rent. A house and lot on Hill Cwnrt. .V mother to retain one room and rental pay her board. Prefer man ad wif .. Mrs. Bright Herrintr 1 3t. Lancaster Kv. 11-2- The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The Leader Lexington's Afternoon Daily G. Passes Into Hands Of John a year. Stoll And Associates. Farmers made great headway strip- - j ping tobacco after the coming of a good season last week, and there are several good cropa in the County ready to go on the market. DEATHS. Kelley. Mr. John R. Kelley died Becker, Ballard & Co's Store At Time Culprits To In J. rl ROBINSON. Editor. Messrs John G. Stoll and fifteen asGarrard Man Buys Handsome Farm. sociates, all prominent business men of Mr. O. J. Hendren, long a respected Lexington, have purchased the Lexington Leader of Mis. Anna T." Rob- citizen of Garrard County is to become erts, the price being reputed to be a resident of Boyle. He has purchased $120,000. The new owners will form , the McConnell farm of 122 acres at a stock company and conduct the pa- - j $190 per acre. This place is better per along the same lines as it has known as the "Ben Slavin" farm and neretotore been run. They will tai;e is one of the handsomest and best improved farms in Central Kentucky, and possession January 1, 1914. The Leader was founded in 1883 by is one of the show places of Boyle Samuel Judson Roberts and operated County. Mr. Hendren sold his farm on by a stock company for a few years the Kirksville pike in this county to when Mr. Roberts acquired full owner- Messrs Roy Schooler and Squire Sanship. He conducted the paper very ders of Madison. Mr. Hendren in adsuccessfully up to the time of his dition to conducting his farm, is amem; death. May 1913, when Mrs. Roberts ber of the firm of Parks & Hendren assumed the editorship and manage-mpn- t. one of Danville's leading clothing The plucky lady has kept the stores. sheet up to the high standard attained by her husband, and it ranked among Congressman Gantriil Predicts High Price the leading daily papers of the state. For Burley Tobacco. Mrs. Roberts by her pluck and energy had won the respect and esteem of Congressman J. C. Cantrill, author the press of the state and there will of the bill providing for a tobacco cenbe many regrets at her retirement. following statement The Leader is the leading organ of the sus, has issued the which is of more than passing interest Republican party in Kentucky. to the growers of Burley tobacco. '"The tobacco growers of the country Farmers Institute Closes A Two Days have every reason to be encouraged by the report just issued by the CenSucccessful Meeting On Tuesday sus Bureau, especially the growers of Burley tobacco. In November one Afternoon. year ago the manufacturers held 215, The crop of 000,000 pounds of burley. The Garrard county Farmers In1912 was estimated at about 200,000, stitute held a two days session at the 000 pounds. court house on Monday and Tuesday of "Also at that time there was quite a this week, and the attendence while large supply of old tobacco in the hands good, was not what itshould have bean, growers. Every one knows at but it made up in interest what it of the absolutely no lacked in numbers, and the work ac- this time that there is tobacco in the hands of the grower complished at this session will undoubtedly prove prolific of good re- carried over from last year. The country is absolutely clean. The report sults in the future. Messrs W. H. Clayton of Hebron now shows that the manufacturers and Harry Price of Catlettsburg, sent have only 225 million pounds of burley here by tye State Department of Ag- in stock with no source to draw from except the crop grown this year, which riculture, gave interesting talks, Mr. will now begin to move to market. Clayton on the cultivation of the vari"It is positively known that the crop ous crops and modern methods of agestiriculture in general, and so interesting this year is very short, it being mated as low as sixty-fiv- e per cent of were his lectures that the organizations effected for the county voted a last years crop. This being true if resolution of thanks to Sec'ty New- the law of supply and demand is to man for sending him here. Mr. Price run its course, tobacco should sell talked on Forestry and his remarks higher considerably than last year. were also very interesting. Mrs. The stocks of burley today compared Ginn also lectured on Domestic Science, with stocks a year ago are practically and on Monday gave a demonstration the same. Last year there was an which was well attended by the ladies average crop to draw from in weight, of the town, and Prof. Caneer also whereas now it is well known that this brought his class from the school to year's crop is far below the average attend, and all who were present were in pounds. Under these conditions bnr ley tobacco should sell very high and highly edified by her efforts. A permanent county organization the farmers would make a great mis was effected with Mr. H. V. Bastin as take, in my judgment, if they should president and Mr. L. G. Davidson as sell their crops unless they got an ex secretary. This organization will use ceedingly good price. The buyers can its effort to create a widespread in- not manufacture any excuse for a low terest throughout the county in the or medium price. "A very important fact is brought Institutes to be held in the future, and they hope to enroll every progressive out in the last three reports made un farmer in the county in the organiza- der this law which bears my name, tion. To further promote interest in that is, the manufacturers are con progressive farming in Garrard coun- suming burley as fast as we can grow ty, they propose to endeavor to hold it. This makes a splendid future for in Lancaster on some date in the fall the industry. This law puts an end to of next year, probably simultaneous the old policy of gouging the farmer with the holding of the 1914 Institute, under the pretense that the manufac an Agricultural Fair, for the purpose turers had a large surplus rolled away of stimulating an interest in the rais- in their warehouses. They are now ing of better crops and the promotion compelled to show the farmers their of scientific farming in the county. hand. Any attempt to depress the This enterprise is a very laudable price of burley tobacco under present one, and the organization is one that conditions will be closely watched. has long been needed, and every citi- Should such a policy be pursued the zen, be he farmer or what not, should manufacturers can rest assured that lend his hearty to its the attention of the government will furtherance. be called to their actions." I at the home R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. Entered at the I'ost Oflire in Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. a. Second-Cla- Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 21, 1913. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 or County Offices 10.00 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 iine Obituaries, per line 05 Mr. A. O. Stanley will appear in on County Court Day for the first time to make a political speech. His coming at this time is interesting because his speech may be considered the opening gun in what promises to be one of the greatest contests in the political history of the State, and we may add that it appears to us that Mr. Stanley is by no means at this time at a disadvantage in the fight. He is young and vigorous. He is considered to be one of the most eloquent and pleasing public speakers in Congress. His years of arduous labor for the tobacco people against the tobacco trust makes him close to the tobacco raisers throughout the State. He has done effective work for the Democ.atic party for many years upon the stump, which gives him a wide acquaintance throughout the State. His brilliant and patriotic work as chairman of the Committee investigating the Steel Trust makes him an international figure. Being a leading member in the Lower House in Washington furnishes such an experience as prepares him well for the Senate. With his fine record in the public service together with his superior gifts as a public speaker makes him a leading factor in the Senatorial contest. of his son David Kelley across the Garrard line in Madison county on last Wednesday night and his remains were buried in the family burying ground near the scene of his death on Thursday afternoon. His death was sudden and was due to a hemorrhage of the lungs. He had been about his usual duties and in his usual health the day preceding his death. Mr. Kelley was 53 years of age. He is survived by four brothers Messrs Thomas, Benja-min- e and Sam Kelley of this county, and Mitchell Kelley of Danville, three sisters, Mrs. Mrs. W. Mc. Jones of Jones of Hedgeville, Mrs. John Malloy of Richmond and Mrs. Jennie Comely of this place and by five children as follows Richard Kelley of Tazewell Va, Joe Kelley of this county and Dave, Dan and Mrs William Jones of Madi son. I he deceased was a son ot the late Elijah Kelley. Baughman. Lancaster at the home Mr. T. B. Robir-soon the new Danville pike at 6 of o'clock last Sunday afternoon Bright's disease After short funeral services at the grave, conducted by Rev. Beagle of the Baptist church, his remains were laid beside these of his wife in the old Anderson burying ground at Mr. 11. C. Sutton's on Monday afternoon. Mr. Baughman is survived by two children, Mr. Virgil Baughman, of Richmond Ky. and Mrs. John Feeney, of San Franciso, Cal., and by two sisters, Mrs. James Adams of Texas and Mrs. T. B. Robinson of this county, and one brother Mr. William Baughman of Danville Ky. His wife who before her marriage to Mr. Baughman was Miss Sallie Anderson, preceded him to the grave many years ago. The deceased was a native of Garrard county, and with the exception of short intervals of a few years at a time his entire life has been spent here. He was a kind hearted, companionable man and had a host of friends in this and adjoining counties and with them the Record joins in sincere regret at his death. Mr. John Baughman died brother-in-la- of his n, Wray. Worthy Colored Man Dead. Jack Ballou, a respectable colored man died at the home of Mr. Charles S. Ballew on the Kirksville pike on last Tuesday of dropsy and his remains were buried in the colored cemetery in Lancaster on Wednesday. A Former Newspaper Man. Judge M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster, was in town Wednesday on business. For many years Judge Hughe3 edited the Lancaster News, but "reformed" and entered other business. It isn't often a newspaper man can cut loose from the vexing business. Danville Messenger. Opening Of Danville Tobacco Warehouses Postponed One Day. Becausa of the inability of several of the buyers to arrive in time, the management of the two Danville tobacco warehouses have announced that the first sales will be held on Friday instead of Thursday of this week as previously announced. Mrs. Jane Wray died at the home of her Mr. Joshua Hurt, near Point Leavell at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, and her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Manse on this Thursday morning. Mrs. Wray was in her 90th year at the time of her death. She had been totally blind for a number of years before her death. Her death was due to the infirmities of old age. She had made her Mrs. home with her daughter, Hurt, for a number of years. She is survived by six children as follows, Mrs. Josh Hurt of the county and Mrs. Sallie Hester of Gas City Ind., Messrs. Joseph and W. H. Wray of this county and Thomas and George Wray of Madison county. Mrs. Wray, despite her extreme age and infirmities, possessed an exceedingly bright mind and memory and her stories of the early days of the county were very interesting. She was a consistent christian and a highly respected lady in the community in which she dwelt. son-in-la- Piano Tuning C. Green If your piano needs tuning call Mr. at Mr. U. D. Simpon.s.-i- He s an expert tuner. On last Friday night the large merchantile establishment of Becker, Ballard & Co. at Bryantsville was enWhy Not Either Organize Or tered by thieves and goods to the value of $30. taken. This is the fourth time Reading of the continued and si within the last twelve months that this cessful operations of commercial bod. s store has been burglarized, each time through Kentucky brings forcibly a. I in the same manner, by clipping the painfully to our minds the fact tl .t heads from the bolt3 which held the Lancaster has no Commercial Club r rear shutters being pried open with a other organization having for its oJje . crow bar, the tools used for the work the promotion of the civic welfare . bolt clippers and crow bar being secur- Will Eventually Return To His First Love True we have the "Garrard Cour. ed from a near by blacksmith shop. Development Association," that bo-Cap't. Mullikin was telephoned for and The Danville Advocate in authority organized under such auspicious circur arrived early Saturday morning with for the statement that Mr. John and carrying "The Land of his bloodhounds; Deputy Sheriff Curt Wood3, our John, bad sold his Lexing- Now" as its motto, but this organiz A. Robinson was already upon the ton farm of 75 acres at $375. per acre is either dead or sleepy. least ground when the djgs arrived and to- and expected to bid on the McConnell hear of no activity upon its part. gether with Mr. Mullikin, immediately farm in Boyle. However, the latter Under ordinary circumstances to the took the trail. Notwithstanding there place was sold to Mr. O. J. Hendren, casual observer at the present tim . had been a heavy downpour of rain the another Garrard county man, and we there appears no urgent need of sui !i previous night, and the ground was wet. hope Mr. Woods will return to Gar- an organization, but there is no tellirg muddy and badly trodden from the rard, as he will never be happy else- when an exigency may arise whiili many people who had come to the scene where. would render such a body of inestiupon hearing of the robbery, the dogs mable value to the community. Sar- Moving Pictures and Censorship. worked remarkably well; taking the j pose for instance that some industry I trail promptly at the broken window The Ohio should send a representative here seek- State Board of Censors they followed it through muddy roads, has announced some of the things that ing a location for their plant; to when' across sodden fields, across branches could they go? Who would have a will not be permitted in movirg picand wended their circuitous way to the ' tures when the new State law went in thority to speak in behalf of the busi home of Judge R. C. Browning a few to effect on November 4. The list is ness men and the community in gentr-al- ? miles below Bryantsville. Judge Browninteresting. ing chanced to be away from home on Undoubtedly a city the size ami of The Ohio censors will put their ban business in an adjoining county. The on the pretentions of Lancaster shov'-- l murders, suicides, harrowing dogs immediately rushed to Carl and violent death in all forms, have some kind of a Commercial bo y Browning the 12 year old son of Judge on intoxication, the use of liquor and even were it of a necessity idle for tt o Browning and so demonstrative were gambling; on the use of firearms for majority of the time, but ready, w -. am! nrpriri? nt nl! t!m. they toward him that the youth was f ai ' other than show purposes except in bat ! tn( .. ... considerably frightened, Mr. Mullikin wun any emergency mat might ari-tle scenes; on indecent or suggestive advure-measked him if he had not been in the situations or actions, on love scenes that would tend towards the Becker-Ballar- d store at Bryantsville, of the interests of the town and that tend to disgust, and on cruelty to and under the stress of his excitement county. Such an organization shot, d animals. and fear he confessed to the robbery of For purposes of patriotism, the Ohio be ever present in anv city which lav ,3 the previous night and implicated his censors say progressivi--nessthe depiction of battle any semblance of claim to older brother Clive. While Sheriff scenes will be having ever in view the advan.i-me- nt permitted. It appears, Robinson was further interrogating the however, of the interests of the Cammnr.i-ty- . that the soldier who is shot lad a shot was heard and the older boy is expected to The organization should be con die decently and ex- ' was discovered hunting in a nearby peditiously. He must topple over and posed, not only of the leading business j men, but of professional men, farmi s field. Mr. Robinson at once made for remain motionless, indulging in no him, and upon seeing the approaching harrowing struggles. j The cowboy may and all citizen interested in the officer the boy took to his heels, Mr. carry the town and count'. his pistol on his hip and, indeed, Robinson had no trouble in overtaking may flourish the weapon on suitable oc- I each paying in regularly a small su-as dues and holding regular meeting s him, and he was found to have in his casions but shooting is possession one of the guns abstracted Evidently under censorship rule pic- at which the needs and possibilities f from the store the previous night. The ture shows the community might be discussed. in Ohio will be uplifting. or rejuvenate Why not younger brother told the officers where Picture shows could be made educatthe stolen goods was hidden and ac- ional and the day is not far distant the aforesaid Development Association, companied the officers to the barn when other states will fall in line with or if that be impossible, organize a where it was discovered under a lot ol Ohio and give shows that may not be Commercial Club. Anyway let's have hay. Among the goods found was so exciting but will be better for our some kind of a Commercical body to articles which had been taken upon boy3 and girls to look upon and dwell look after the interests of Lancaster and Garrard county. previous occasions when the store was upon. robbed, indicating very clearly that the youths under arrest were probably implicated in the other thefts. The THE LOST CHAPERON. same class of merchandise was taken Another treat, is in store for us, under the direction of Miss Olive Dean, on each occasion, and consisted of guns,' ammunition, candy, neckties and such which insures succes3. A play for the benefit of the Athletic Association will other articles as would strike their be given in the school auditorium Wednesday evening, November 26 at 7:30, at the popular prices of 15, 25, and 35 cents. The scenes are laid in a girl's youthful fancy. Sheriff Robinson brought the boys to summer camp and boy's camp, the cast is made up of high school pupils and Lancaster, and on Saturday morning will be the closing exercises of the school for the Thanksgiving holidays. CAST OF CHARACTERS. their father appeared and at their exJoe West. amining trial before Judge Ford, re- George Higgins, Tuft's A. B Ector Lawson. Bradley Bourne. quested the court to commit them to Jack Abbott, Fred Lawton Freshmen Bob Tomlinson. the School of Reform, which was done Raymond Fitzheney Harvard student Billy Swope, Glass Carrier. Carl, aged 12 years being sent for one Dick Morton, Tom Crosby Tuft's men Helen Robinson. year, while Clive, aged 14 was sent MarjorieTyndall George's Cousin for two years, Deputy Sheriff Bennie j Alice Bennett, Agnes Arabella Bates, Ruth French, Mamie Stormcs Dunn, Blanch Westcott From Jackson College Robinson left on Monday for Lexington Gracie May Cochran, Jennie Cox, Viola Beagle. with the young culprits. MattieAdams. Much sympathy is felt for Judge and Mrs. Higgins The Chaperon Geo's Mother Florence Johnson. Mrs. Browning in their misfortune. Mrs. Sparrow Paul Elliott. Judge Browning is an upright, honor-abl- e Mr. Sparrow, Charley Elmore. Martha Tinder. citizen and he and his wife are . Lizzie, Mandy. Their daughters . wi----death-bed.scer.- es ... e nt i BJW2WEKJ?EWSSKK2WS9K93 ' HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND,. -- - 56aaHH6H6556H45MSSWr59d KKAKKAW!S5AaAzws -"- -"- lr- - - i EaH!K4S6aAErSAS6HAHaK6aa .. .- - . I 1 KENTUCKY. To-Sout- h. Automatic Scales. The Largestrand Most Convenient. Entire Roof Slopes The Best Light. Best Stall For Your Horses. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Rgfti a:: 4XSggagg4g4:g4g4:-giiw esSSXSSSSSSvga MJ4$?44i' 0seHStiaaaaf i J ::aia t .- s. 1'ct; ' ..i w to .uvni'fVvr--,- ;rrKVf ! tiWv' . the Centra! taiwro, Fridayi NV M ;;i ,tSgtoMaaCT.....il nvn 1 , 1 9 8, 1 Pagal rr.fWfr.'.ttea.r ..r-y-V.y-'- ''?9SJ3e3aift? f LL YOUR It is TOBAG OVER - B B i4 US If gi FIRST I F3 R3 H H aSalk&a ft BfciSfc m Jffi US CAP.LS, I J PSSS&JBi&- Oocmxmu, ooonno.ieciooooooo the best market in the State. Our aveiaes last sea son were higher on all grades than any maiket in the Burley district. - 2 r - v--- Free Insurance on Tobacco No char;;? for rejections. Close up town to Capks, Stores, Rrstn, Once a customer, alwajs a customer. U. R Richmond NEXT. If you want jour Razor honed or a Nice Hair Cut and Shave HENRV DUNCAN Street. SELL WITH rants. with .l:arp Razor and Clean Tols. The old stand pat barber Danville Tobacco Warehouse Walnut Street We Co For information, telephone us any time at our expense Phone No. 223. SALE NGY. 20!!!. 0FEWS TO RECEIVE TOBACCO AFTER KOVEKI ER - Danville, Ky. - 15lh. have the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse Louth of 0 Kentucky River. Main Building 105x280. Crp- iiy pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facili . fir 50 wagons at a time, Warm comfortable stalls loi 00 head of horses. 250.-00. R. M. BOURNE Cq Qanviiie Tobacco Warehouse j j Auctioneer. Good Service. Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, . D3nvilie, Ky. ALLEN HIEAIT Secretary. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. mm,, , ,!,,,, iwii,.WMM WI ,,!, , mml , , ,, ,,, tmm llmmm n,,,,, mercial Club, our school children, in fact all public spirited citizens of our 'good county to fall in line and follow 1 ? the example of Harrodsburg and not 9 let the passerby go a hundred miles By Tlio Woman? Club) L(i:rilted before finding once more such welHarrodsburg Leader has the fol- come hospitality. The A tree is a grateful thing. It just lowing to say in regard to a work that loves to grow, and, under reasonable will in after years extend welcoming arms to the traveler, and offer that conditions, asks little beyond the small necessary for its roots. Could welcome for which Kentuckians have space This work is not anything add more to the attractive always been noted. copyrighted and it is not limited to the ness or commercial value of a county boundaries of Mercer, but a concen- than line upon line of such verdue? trated, organized, systematic effort is Let the imagination wander a moment urged upon tne people of every county in the dream of what Garrard would be to help realize the ideals set forth here. under such conditions- and then lend of the gray skies and yourself to a project so full of benifi "In spite searching wind, last Saturday morn- cent promise. ing, the Conservation Committee of the Woman's Club, Prof. Prather, Mr. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Was Deliver J. W. Seay, Andrew McFatridge, ed Fifty Years Ago On November Jackson Mollis, Bryan Board, Will Talmage Ransdall and Patterson, 19. 1865. Donald Edwards, of the High School, The most famous speech in The Douglas Curry, Mr. Howard McAfee and a delegation from the Woman's English Language. "Four score and seven years ago our Club assembled at the spot chosen for the beginning of the avenue of trees fathers brought forth on this conti- to extend between here and Danville, ment a new nation, conceived in Liberty to plant the first tree with fitting cere- and dedicated to the proposition that Now we monies. Mrs. J. M. Dalton, chairman all men are created equal. of the committee, spoke interestingly are engaged in a great civil war, testof those of ancient and modern times ing whether that nation, or any nation who saw visions and introduced Mrs. so conceived and so dedicated, can long Letcher Rikcr who had, several years endure. We pre met on a great battleago, had a vision of a stately avenue field of that war. We have come to of trees between this city and Danville dedicate a portion of that field as a and who had not been content until she final resting place for thise who here had set forces in motion to make her gave their lives that that nation might dream come true. Mrs. Hiker respond- live. It is altogether fitting and proper ed with a brief but appropriate address that we should do this. But in a larger sense we cannot dedwhich will appear in Saturday's issue. Everyone present placed a shovelfull icate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot of earth around the roots of this in- hallow, this ground. The brave men, livteresting tree, with a wish for its ing and dead, who struggled here have length and strength of life. Mrs. Al- consecrated it far above our poor power: fred Curry, president of the Club, not to add or detract. The world will note having arrived, Mrs. W. L. Beardsley, nor long long remember what we sa was given the honor of here, but it can never forget what thev placing the first shovelfull of earth. did here. It is for us, the living, rather 'The boys, under the direction of Mess- to be dedicated here to the unfinished rs Seay and McAfee, planted 215 trees, work which they who fought here have halting at noon to enjoy a lunch of thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather burgoo, sandwiches, beaten biscuit and for u to be herj dedicated to the great pies, which was served by Mesdames task remaining before us that from J. M. Dalton, Letcher Riker, F. P. these honored dead we take increased McGarvey, Hascon Moore, Alfred Cur- devotion tc the cause for which they ry, W. L. Beardsley and Miss Mar- gave the last full measure of devotion; garet Thomas. Uncle Ben Harris, that we here highly resolve that these colored, and daughters contributed no dead shall not have died in vain; that small measure to the success of the this nation, under God, shall have, a undertaking. Thev not only prepared new birth of freedom, and that goverthe appetizing burgoo, but when a nment of the people, by the people, for cold rain began falling before noon, the people, shall not perish from the opened their house to the ladies in earth." which to serve the lunch. The Conservation Committee is RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC ACID DEgrateful to Messrs, VanArsdale, OsPOSIT. car Abraham and W. E. Jackson for general contributions for the lunch." There is an appeal being made called Rheumatic Complications Checked And of "One Hundred Thousand Miles The "Human Sewers" Restored. Hospitality in Kentucky". That is The Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are planting cf shade and the systematic fruit trees along the public highway. the "human sewers" which carry off It is only within recent years that our the impurities in the blood. When county has awakened to the fact that these are clogged Uric Acid sediment much of the beauty and wealth of our lodges in the muscles and joints and land has been ruthlessly destroyed and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the efforts should be made to protect what great remedy for all forms of the ter few trees and forests remain and atone rible disease, checks the deposit of for the past by obseivir.g arbor days Uric Acid. and also setting aside other days for "I suffered from Rheumatism for Tried different doctors, such work. In Garrard Co. there are six years. about three hundred miles of public with no relief. I have taken three botroads, of which one hundred and fifty tles of RHEUMA and am entirely free miles are turnpike. Other counties from the disease.', P. W. Miller, are planting out trees along their Catawissa, Pa. roadsides, would it not be a laudable R. E. McRoberts & Son will return thing for our Civic League, our Com your money if it fails; 50c a bottle. HAMM&CK . Catarrhal Trouble Ended "'-Miss Lucy Francis s " ! i Or. Wm. D. The Womans Club Use Hycmei Read The Hurry Up ad. on Page G. H. T. L.gan. You Breathe It No Stotnacq Dosings Mrs. John Tudor visited her parents Cleans the Head. at Lowell last week. Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ball visited cold in the head, one that is harmless relatives in Madison, last week. Mr. Ollie Peyton, of Manse, moved yet quick and effective. It is the healing oils and balsams of to the Jack Hester place. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillon, visited Hyomei which you breathe through a small pocket inhaler. The curative and friends in Madison last week. antiseptic air reaches the most remote Mrs. Albert Church was called to the air cells in the nosa, throat and lungs, bedside of her sister, Mrs. Huffman. killing the catarrhal germs, stopping Miss Nellie Beazlev visited the Miss- the offensive breath, raising of mucu, es Dillon, Saturday night and Sunday. droppings in the threat, crusts in the Mr. Lewis Tankerslev. made a flvinir nose and all other catarrhal symptoms. The complete outfit costs only SI. 00 visit Sunday night to see his parents. Mrs. Bell Merriman, visited her ; and R. E. McRoberts will return your daughter, Mr3. Claude Archer last week money if not satisfied. Do not continue to suffer catarrhal ills- - try Hyomd Miss Zula Naylor, of Preachersville, now today. visited her sister Mrs. Grover Gastin-ea. last week. The little Misses Jennie and Lizzie tUUKSKUKY. Hammack visited little Miss Sarah Hammack, at this place. Read The Hurry Up ad. on Page C. Mrs. Lock Manuel and Miss Mary II. T. Logon Manuel, of Lancaster, visited Mr. and Rev. Maha-i- , T. D. Chesnut and W. Mrs. Corb Manuel, Saturday. D. Marksbury have returned from Lexington where they went to attend Fiftieth Anniversary Of Famous Dedica- the General Association. Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Kemper leave tion. Nov. 19 was the fiftieth anniversary about the 1st, of December to spend of the dedication of the battlefield the winter with their daughter Mrs. William Anderson of Birmingham, anniversary of the dedication of the Alabama. battlefield cemetary at Gettysburg. Special bargains in trimmed and These ceremonies were simple in character and followed what was then untrimmed hats. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. described in the newspapers as a "grand civic and military display in Mrs. Lynn Clark was seiiously inthe presence of 15,000 people, includ- jured last week when she was thrown ing men, women and children, chiefly from her buggv to the ground by a residents of the town and vicinity runaway horse which became frightendrawn to the scene by a desire to see ed at a heavily loaded furniture car. and hear Lincoln". The immortal ad- Three of MisClark's ribs were wrenched dress which critics of today declare is from the spine and one rib was broken. one of the masterpieces of English The two children were uninjured with oratory was an impromptu production the exception of a few slight scratchhaving been drafted hastily on the es. It is hoped that Mrs. Clark will trip up from Washington. It will al soon recover the accident by the skillways be known as the real dedicatory ful treatment she is receiving. speech, it followed after a lengthy oration by a master in oratory. Attention! Poultry Raisers. Edward Everett. Linked with the One of my show birds had the worst memory of the dead sleeping their last sleep in the Gettysburg cemetary is case of roup I ever saw. She was althis matchless tribute; "The world can most dead before I noticed it. I purchased a bottle of Bourbon Poultry never forget what they did here." Cure and I took a feather, dipped it into the medicine and swabbed out her Attractive Hair throat as far down as I could reach. I Always Fascinates Parisian Sage Makes also put a liberal quantity in her soft ' feed and drinking water, and today she Hair That is Dull, Faded Or Thin, ' is well and sound and is laying nearly every day. It 13 certainly the most Abundant And Gloriously I remarkable medicine I ever saw. Radiant. would not think of being without it and poultrymen to Every girl and woman, too. wants I hope to induce other Joseph on hands constantly. to be beautiful and attractive it's her keep it VanZiegler, State Vice President and birthright but unsightly, or thin and of American Buff Plycharacterless hair destroys half the Life Member mouth Rock Club, of Indiana and beauty of the most attractive face. of Golden Glow Poultry If your hair is not fascinating, is Proprietor W. Sjuth Street, IndianaYards, 221 thinning out, full of dandruff, dry or if 50c at Druggists or by mail, the scalp itches and burns, begin at polis, Ind. postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, once the use of Parisian Sage. It will Ky. double the beauty of the hair, cool and Lexington, invigorate the scalp and the first applications removes the dandruff. It is the hair tonic par excellence, containing the proper elements to supply hair needs and make the hair soft, wavy, lustrous and abundant. Parisian Sage as sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son in 50 cent bottles is leasant and refreshing, daintily perfumedneither greasy or sticky. u, 10YAL PALM Pryor, is in Richmond , ! Crescent Route Monday morning. It is known as the "Royal Palm" and for luxuriounnpss, modern conveniences and equipment of the most approved type the new train is an idea' of perfection. "The Royal Palm" is provided with one of the new steel dining car.? which surpasses anything of the STANFORD. kind known heretofore m modern railway circles. A Pullman Compartment S. M. Saufley was in Danville on Observation Car AfforcJ3 the privacy and secluc-ioof a boudoir, aside from business the other day. furnishing the restful and luxurious Mr, and Mrs. John Baughman, motorfacilities of an observation parlor and ed over to Richmond, Sunday. platform from which to enjoy the passMr. E. R. Hutchings has returned ing scenery. In addition to Standard home after a visit toFayette county. Pullman Drawing-RooSleeping Cars Mr. Walter Singleton left last week of the most recent design and appointfor Louisville, where he will accept a ment, the equipment of the "Royal position as mail clerk. Palm" will include Reclining Chair J. T. Wilkinson who has been at Cars, witn smoking raom-?- , giving the of accomplishing your home for a while on account of illness. opportunity journey in relaxation and ease, withhas returned to Louisville. James Cooper who went to Nash- out any additional charge. The "Royal Palm" will operate beville, to enter the Vanderbilt University and was taken ill with typhoid tween Chicago. Illinois, and Jacksonwill ville, Florida. Departure be fever, returned home Thursday. made from Cincinnati each morning at Mrs. C. E. Tate gave a victrola re 7j'cIock on the southbound trip and cital Saturday afternoon in honor of j on the north bound trip will reach Cin the Bach Club, a number were piesent cinnati each night at 9:25 o'clock. beside the members of the club. A The "Royal Palm" will run as a solid delightful salad course was served. tram between Chicago, Indianapolis Mrs G. C. Anderson who has been and Jacksonville, and will provide the at the bedside of his father Mr. E. P. most modern conveniences for the Woods, who has been very ill will re- thousands of people who will visit the turn to her home at Mt. Sterling Kv., southland this winter. this week. Mr. Woods is thought to be improving. J. N. Saunders, Grand Junior Warden of the State accompanied by his wife and Miss Pattie Alcorn, motored over to Lexington, Monday morning to attend the celebration of the one hunanniversary of dred and twenty-fift- h Haw'ng sold my farm, I will on the Lexington Lodge No. 1 F. A. M. organized in Kentucky. The the first FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th 1913. celebration was the laying of the on my farm in Preachersville, Lincoln corner stone of the magnillcient MaCounty, Kentucky, sell to the highest sonic Temple now in course of conbidder my personal property as folstruction. lows: One Four year old Jack, black with white points and well bred, Pedigree given on day of sale, any one wishing to see this Jack can do so by calling at Having sold my place, I will bn, the farm. Also 19 head of cattle, 16 SATURDAY. NOV 22ND, 1913 head coming two years old steers, I at 2 p. m. promptly, fat cow, lot of fat hogs. 1 yearling sell all my household and kitchen furni- mule, 1 suckling mule colt, 1 brood mare, lot of baled hay and baled oat ture consisting of the following; gallon kettle, one small kettle, cook straw. About 80 barrels of corn in crib, stove and utensils, one heating stove, kitchen table, swing churn, crockery about 100 bushels shelled oats, lot of several water barrels two sausage mills, new barn lumber. lot of wire fence, I dining table, small table, chairs, double pond scraper, 1 double disc harrow, 1 tin safe, set cf furniture, beds, dres- riding cultivator, 1 Steel Roller, 1 Corn Planter 1 Mowing Machine sers, etc. One family horse, two buggies, one 3 turning plows, 3 double shovel plows, e wagon, household goods sleigh, double shovel plows, hoes, 1 shovels, grind stone, corn sheller and including 1 Organ. Terms made known on day of sale. a lot of good lumber. Quite a number Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m. of articles not mentioned here. J. F. HOLTZCLAW. J. B. COLLIER. Capt. Am Bourne. Auct. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. I m the guest of Mis-- Jennie Parks. Read the Hurry Up ad. on page (. II. T. Logan. Mrs. A. 15. Estridge and daughter, Emma, spent Saturday in Berea. Mrs. Wm. Wynn has had for her visitor. Miss Nancy Huff, of Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lewis, of Lancaster, spent Motiduj with friends here. Mrs. Walker Guyn and Mr. Jas. Guyn are spending several days with relatives at Nicholasville. Misses Allie Hendron and Delia Tinder spent from Saturday till Mon- -, day with their parents. Quite a crowd from here went to Richmond Tuesday night to attend a play at the opera house. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office The Most Superb Train Lancaster, Connecting the North and South Was Put Into Operation Monday Morning November 3. f'JV'r'iMKf at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- - -- - Kentucky RyMrVl The most superb train in the United States connecting the north and south K. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician GlHssei Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. made it first trip over the Queen and THE NEW and Barber Shop Opposite Post Office. Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Office 4. Office Hour. a.m to li 1 p.m. to 0er Stormes' Drag Stor. B- - F. "Walteb DENTIST. Lan-iastrr- Phone 65. , Ky. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Phone - Kentucky. " ( lto4-7to9 slSifjs Office Hours m. p. mj E K. Benny anfl . A. Wheeler Doctors Of Denial Surgery. itorniM Bnlldingovei Hnrt Furniture More. & auder-souN f Office. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Public Sale. 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. Growers of what we sell. two-hor- se two-hors- " WMfiaoBEaa I arm BlbCXNTG- i Mgrraflaao HMnHKHOHHBHi - aadMavcggnaraifcgMTgssixrmrasH ' - L'a" -LJlqggggSJf -W.Wtt !?r:irKTO-- - YOX7B. TO 3E" TBl r o:-.c2C- o H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentuckv. Lancaster Tobacco C. A. '' S arehouse KM County Court Days. STANFORD STREET. ' We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged, Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. Speith Co, Managers 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. " - (- - . -- ,' Vf 't The Central Reuuru, rriday, Nov 21, 1913. KUCKKYJB. Urn Local Squad Held The Model Boys Ground 6 Richmond, On The Latters 03 Miss Ruth Ray is convalescent. Read The Hurry Up ad. on Page By A Score Of 0 To C. 0. H CLEAN Clen Liiy FLOUR. s o PURE I Mrs. Lillard Miles the guest of Mrs. A. C. Miles. Miss Alleen Bourne was with Mrs. J. S. Gilbert a few days last week. A. C. Miles bought of Raymond Davis ten yearling heifers at $25. each. Mrs. Patience Metcalf.of Judson, has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Rob H. T. Logan. of Somerset is (By William F. Miller.) L&st Friday Lancaster journeyed to Richmond, and lined up against the Model boys and held them to a score of 0 toO. Despite the fact that the game was played in a drizzling rain, and on a muddy field,' and Lancaster was outweighed by 10 pounds to the man, local squad never gave up hope. A clean game was put up by both sides from start to finish. Dr. Zinkin, as well as "Coach" Brown refereed a good game. Model boys plays 5 Normal men and certainly believe in fair deals. Following are the plays by Quarters. ert Carter. Mrs. Swope of Bryantsville, has been a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ed Arnold. Messrs G. N. Miles and Pig Buford of Nicnolasville, spent the week end with Mr. A. C Miles. Special bargains in trimmed and untrimmed hats. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. air. anu uirs. ivoueri uuney anu I Mrs. Mary Broadus were the guests ! 1st quarter. to Lancaster, Lawson receiving the ball and carrying it to the 50 yard line; a forward pass missed by Tomlinson; Model receives the ball, and running it until the forth down and by not enough men not being on the scrimage line, Model boys are penaliz ed, thus giving the ball to Lancaster, Lancaster ball Bourne makes a nice end run, Swope does likewise and Bourne then carries the ball for the first down, buck of Herron, end run of Swope, Bourne agains goes for the first down; Lawson assisted by Acton makes a nice jnd run; Bourne an J Lawson here loose ground and the ball is turned over to ihe Model boys. Model could not gain anything thro' th Local Squad line, Model boys try two lorward passes but are broken up both times by Acton, giving Lancaster the oall. End run by Swope; and one of Bourne; Lancaster tries a forward pass to Tomlinson, and then Acton but either are without avail. The ball being so wet they could not nold it, this giving the ball to the Model joys. Model tries a forward pass but is nissed. quarter out. Model kicks 2ND QUARTER. Caneer; The following accompanied the team to Richmond Friday, Mr. R. L. Elkin; Mr. J. W. Smith; "Prof" Milton Elliott; T. J. Price; Harry Rainey; Glass Carrier and Billy Miller. A reurn game will be played here Monday Nov. 24th at 3 P. M. nnd a Come out good game is guaranteed. and help Lancaster be yiCTORIOUS. following is Friday s line up. Richmond. Lancaster. Name Name Post C. West, Scanlan. Brown, House. L. G. Wilmott, L. T. Jett. Tomlimson, Vandansle. L. E. Phelps. R. G. Givens, S. Parks. R. T. Rich, Simmons. Acton, R. E. McDougle, Q. Lawson, Skinner. Herron, F. B. Doty. Swope, G. Parks. Bourne, R. H. Brown. Doc' Zinkins, Referee's, Three beautiful girls came down on the WIsy SMfes Caul Core Ij.U D. Emm. r en to or il tl.eory of cur-ir- ti Since tlio eczpim tl murih tlir 1iIkmI lien P ly Cifn Iii.ve sri'ntfot. many (liferent selves triul Iifn found for skin d'mixea. TJ'it it luis tnf.t tlietw i!vf; only cloK tlie pores and cannot penetrate to the inner fckln li!nw the epidermis v.here Hip cczir.ia Rerir- - are lodged. r This the finality probably i'ns th trcrfndoua sur-celiquid of the well Vno"-cmedy, oil of wlntcr-rrcf-i- . thyiol. etc.. as compour ie 1 In D.D.D. Prescription. We have sold other remelies for skin Irn rn-t.aun- s n flor. so of what I.D15 will do f.r yn i tii.it up offer you a foil sl bottle n this If yo--i do not flrd ttut 't t2,-- you 3vav the itch AT ONCE, tt cost'? not a cent. R. E. McRoberts & Son. ss cz-m- a trotil.l, s l.nt none that wa rscosn-i.iian high) ad tins for Lutrv that s.-- i ; t'lc i ii ai oiKe. i. i; wartjontogne D.!;.D.atmt. Tbntwi. 1 enough to prove h. Of courH all Mher dnicjrlat? hare go tn them it yoti B.D.D. I'KTcriptk III t fton't f in t con e to .15 sut ' prom ;t bt'tvic la--- Bit if j on e m e. t ar "A LOAD FOR A LOAD 33 Why Clean? Why Pure? . -j train, The boys were all anxious to greet them. But Coach Russell Brown, held well his ground, And permitted not a boy to meet them. When the girls moved their hats, the boys saw their rats, The fun seemed then to begin. But Brown held his own, never changing his tone, So the boys then began to butt in They all crowded 'round to hear what was said, The cirls seemed quite vexed and would frown, But the Coach shook his head and his face was quite red, While every boy wished he was Brown The trip on the train though rain, But to Brown it was Lawson played in vain gain, While tHerron was choking. was pleasant, very provoking, to make a good penalized Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. "wii Wwlou rf Mr T"V1 Si'mnenti Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. home of Nov. 10th, and has been christened Edith May. Rev. II. M. DeMoss subjects for next Sunday morning and night will A little girl arrived Mr. and Mrs, Robert at the Carter Why Sanitary? be "First Tilings the the Expression First" and "Jesus of Divine Love" Because under high Vaciuum pressure to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. MUSr BELIEVE IT When Weil-Know- n Lancaster People It So Plainly. Tell E3 Because everything is "separated from 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? If you expect to continue fanning and raise a paying crop every year, you should arrange to return to the soil tlie 4a:it food taken from it by growing crops. Neglect is bound to decrease the fertility of your soil, and in the end to r.iiu it. Tlie rule of tlie small truck mud vineyard farmers of Euroe where a high cf fci: hty is maintained is "A load for a load," uid cery time they Ueaload ot produce to market they bring back a load of manure to sure-aon the farm. If you attempt to fertilize bv spreading manure with a fork, you fertilize unevenly and waite fully half of the injure. H '$j)y)rM GARRARD MILUI1NG CO. jSJsrSJjs mm tUD x).xx) We Write Anv Kind of mSliRAfi3CE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Lancaster You must bethe proof is positive. lieve it. Read this testimony. Every sufferer of kidney backache, every man, woman or cnnu wun money trouble will do well to read the following: I. D. Austin, blacKsmith, Stanford Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I had weak kidneys and the kidney secretions! My back were irregular in passage. Doan's Kidney Pills pained me. strengthened me in every way." Mr. Austin is only one of many Lancaster people who have gratefully en dorsed Doan s Kidney fills. It your back aches if your kidneys bother you don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-a- sk distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Austin had the remedy backed by home testimony, 50c Co., Props. all stores. Foster-Milbur- n "When Your Back is Buffalo, N. Y. Lame Remember the Name." A Corn King Manure Spreader is a Necessity on Every Farm a light or bavy coat, and pulverized so that the plant food elements combine with the soil. It has many mechanical advantages the apron Hiorea ou steel rollers running on steel tracks reduces draft and prevents the apron from slipping under the load. The apron feed mechanism and beater gears are provided with shields, uhich protect thtin from sleet. snow, and manure. A strong, durable feed mjxes tne apron steadily toward the beater at any desired rate of speed even spreading whether going uphill or down. All of these things and manv more we can show yem if ytw will coma in to see us. Ve have Corn K.mg spreaders in all siaes to meet your requirements. A Corn King distributes fertilizer evenly in for Models ball; they punt, Swope receiving the ball but is soon downed before ne gains many yards; end run Lawson, Model boys are penalized 5 yards for foul tackling; end run Swope, forward pass broke up; end run Bourne for 3 yards; So close did Lancaster get to the goal did "Bill Swope try a buck through the line; but is downed; thus giving Richmond the ball; They try several forward pass but without avail Mc- Dougle receiving the ball; and makes. a nice end run for the 1st down. Half out. 15 Minute Intermission Public Sale. Having rented my place, I will on SATURDAY, NOV 2STH, 1913 at 2 p. m. promptly, sell my household and kitchen furniture, a lot of farming implements, wagon, pair of good work mules and a good milk cow. Mrs. Emma Elkin. Am. Bourne Auctioneer. two-horse Becker, Ballard & Co. Lives Of Great Men. 3rd quarter. Richmond kicks to Lancaster, Swope receiving the ball and carrying it to the 20 yard line, but the ball is so wet he could not hold it and drops to the Model boys. Model Boys run the ball until held for downs; Lancaster ball; Swope carries it for 4 yards gain; Bourne makes a nice end run; Lawson also end run and then "Mighty" Bourne carries it for the 1st down; Acton re ceives a gain for 5 yards on a nice for ward pass, Swops makes a nice gain on a forward pass. Here Lancaster punts and Model receives the ball and carries in for a 2 yards gain before being down ed; It seemed as if Model could do noth ing with forward passes; and 5 out of everv of them were missed; makes nice gain as end runs but is to late, to do any good, Model try another forward pass, but as asual, is missed quarter out. Five Years of Successful Sales Of LOOSE i LEAF I TOBACCO ft i ft ? ? 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. t: -- t UUdlbbU m rehouse c HS ail. le :: :: t: :: t: 3 4th quarter. IS rI s WimMWM'r - M s ""'" n .Ji 'i Ill I IWl TORIES idHBB iM il'iji M s v I" 3 ft 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 Our House Before t ft t 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. ? 'i Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company. INCORPORATED, E&i$a$g8Sg8i I. M. DUNN, Pres Results Guaranteed With A rt THE KIND THAT LASTS' Get Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely assured of best results and lasting satisfaction. Don't take chances with an unknown paint, it is too expensive. Mastic Paint has stood the test for more than forty years. It is fully guaranteed by its makers, the old reliable firm of Peaslee-GaulbeCo, Louisville, Ky. It contains only the highest-grad- e materials used in making paint. It covers more surface, lasts longer. looks better, and is more economical than any other paint. MASTIC PAINT Lot us tell you more about JVf&rfc Paint and Its Guarantee end holp you select some fine Color Combinations. Ask for free illustrated book on 'Homes and How To Paint Them. FREE BOOK R. E. McRoberts-- Son. Models ball, they make a nice end gain for the 1st down. Forward pass missed; Model are only a shortdistance from the goal, and it looked as if Model would attempt a field goal, but makes a nice gain on end run, being down by "Slew" West; for 4th down, Lancas ter's ball, Swope makes a tremendous gain on end run, Bourne also rrakes nice gain, Acton misses a forward pass, Lancaster punts Model receives the ball, and then try another one of their "no good" Forward passes and the ball is caught by Lawson, (Who looks as if he jumped 10 feet for it and then drowned in the lake they played on) and is then downed, Herron makes one of those "needy" bucks and Bourne one of those "awful" gains; and Swope whose name is foot ball has won for him a "Rep" comes with the ball for the 1st down, "Babe" Lawson makes a nice end run; and Acton (if in reach gets them all) received a forward pass for nice gain, Bourie makes a nice 3 yard gain, and then Lawson totes the pig skin over for the 1st down; Herron who knows he has only a few seconds longer to play and seven yard3 to the goal makes, an "awful" Buck, Lawson here makes two short end runs and would have goined the goal had he a few seconds longer to play and. the ball being so wet, be fumbled it. Time out. This was by far the most exciting game of the season, and all who saw it, were perfectly willing to stand in the rain to see one side score even if it had taken another two hours. We need a good coach, and a word of just praise and then Lancaster will be among the fastest teams of the state; Model boys are of a fine set, and entertained the local squad fine; when "Babe" Lawson Zay Herron; Billy Swope, Carl Acton, Bob Tomlinson and Bradley Bourne as well as others as the team finish school here, we will be pleased to read of their records they are doing in the Foot Ball line in other papers as well as in The Central Kecora today; The Acton; Swope and Tomlinson; Lawson-BournHerron, besides the whole team, deserve much credit. Everybody who went to Richmond Friday had a nice time and with especialley "Coming Home" "COACH" Brown. Besides the team, subs, and Mr. e; Obadiah McNamee, Who quit this world when 53 Although his children numbered six, Related not their baby tricks. Wilmingthn News, Old Methusolah Scuddamore. Still alive at Never yet has said or sung He broke hearts when he was young. Houston Post. Donahue, Adoniram Who leaped the gap at 92, Never mentioned in his life How he came to get a wife. Johnstown Democrat. Horace Greeley Lafayette, Ninety-nin- e and frisky yet, Never has been known to brag How he danced the Coontown Rag. Springfield Union Abednego Thistlewait, Though still young at 98, Never tells with visage grim How he broke the ice to swim. Cincinnati Enquirer. Tinker Thurman Anderson Still a colt at 81 Never to his friends hath said, Some fair damsel yet I'll wed. 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 um$M Self-Filling Fountain Pen the widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. Little Toad Teetotal West At 99 he seems his best Never says in boastful mood, I never yet drank, smoked or chewed. Gabrial Groucher Greenleaf, Still alive without a grief, Never has been known to tell. Why he never'married a belle. McRoberfs 1C Drug 3ZZ1C 1L Store. IC0 Colds should be "nipped in the bud", for if allowed to run ANNOUNCE Km D unchecked, senous results may cases of consumption, pneumonia, and "'her fatal diseases, can Lj ;ced back to acold. Atthe firstjign of a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a few doses of THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- HT follow. Numerous the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, p Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thed-ford- 's Black-Draught for ing to keep books and make collections from such customers, we . are able to grant the following discounts on books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pint coupon book. 25 c?nts on each 64 pint coupon book. 60 cents on each 128 pint coupon book. The net cost of books to customers paying cash for same would therefore be. 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.15. 61 pint milk coupon books at $2.25. 123 pint milk coupon books at $4.40. 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 thanklully received. 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 $1.25. 64 pint milk coupon books at S2.50. 123 pint milk coupon books at 5.00. Accounts are due on presentation. Most of our customers prefer to pay cash for their books, and on account of our not hav- stomach troubles, indiges tion, and colds, and find jtto be the very best medicine I ever used. ' It makes an old man feel like a young one. Insist on Thedford's, the E-original and genuine. 67 BIueGrassDairy &Ice :c 1L Co. in H. V. BASTIN, Pres. " " :c :c T V "- -- The Central HseoYa, Friday, Nov 21,19 13. KT. UK Kit ON Page 5 How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. f"h-ne- y s S3MSrStffcSe3i!s & PI W& PI $ few lliLiiii !" kft-- "! S n rife fffi a Por Infants ami Children. ir i S to ty s &5 59 III: ra&mscjg Jfs'- The sick of this community are convalescent. Read The Hurry Up ad. on Page 6.. H. T. Logan. Mr. J. I. Crawford, bought of Mr. Lera Teater, a calf, price $30. Mr. Author Montgomery bought of C. V. Johnson a farm of 20 acres for ?G0O. 'Executor's Sale Of Town Property. If You Suffer Any Stomach Junction City, Saturday night. There was no prayer meeting at this place la3t Thursday evening on account of the pastors absence, but in the future there will be prayer services every Thursday evening at G:30. TRY SLAE AT OUR EXPENSE Money Back for any cage of that RkiHifalijra, Neuralgia cr Headache ! sis SSSS UO'IOL 'he Kind Yoo Havs Always Boughs Distress You Should Take Mi-c-- As Executor of the estate of George Onc- eW. Evans, deceast-il- . and by virtue under the will of said George W. Evars of record in the Clerk's o!iic Garrard County Court, will book "".", pagi-223- '. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder in front of th Court Mou'-Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, on MONDAY, Miss CloJie Ball Speaks, of Bryants villo, -- Ncw-- At Ef- 3 iM.lt iitlP LZ l Jcg!uS:u.-cslfc3&i- f Bears the Signature of iL A, ur ff w AM Hpt RSp ' r?ssa:idi2tCor.;um5itc;ilKr 'iOpuaiJ-fcrrlaKscorlisas- Kot Narcotic. vw -- ft lis. :i n .1 "Vr Vrarrjs.C3itTJku?.s.rcunsIi- . S.ur 5fcr.rhdi.D'uu-r.r- a - ness adloss or Sleep. RxEbnls Sijasw tf The Gsrcx:: NEW YOIM. CojipasT, I I SAT . H -- . finMor Era" ?& EcS 'S EatrgfeLfiStes I jA:-- ' unUcriUeF.iotic:, lini rry . flirty Years kl fcj-i-a Ex- -t Copy of Wrapper. EgggsrafcaasErSigaa THE CENTAUR COM7J),Y, til I ill I 1$ iillf!, iZSi 1 MITf VOT A spent the past week with her uncle, Mr. L. E. Speaks. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Montgomery, a fine democrat on election day, namtd Holman Lee. Quite a number in this locality took advantage of the wintry weather of last week and killed hogs. Mr. Forest Curtis is at the St. Joseph Hospital, at Lexington, where he underwent an operation Friday. Mr. Jno. Eason and family, moved from this place to Burgiu last week, where they have bought property. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Biogle are very happy over the arrival of a baby girl, on the ft inst, christened, Clara Elizabeth. Mrs. Thomas McMillan and little daughter, Luco Lou, have returned to their home in III. after a three weeks visit wi'h relatives here. Mrs. A. S. Dean, sold a tract of land containing 2o acres; located lit Jessa Pink, to Mr. Lotie Bogie mine Qo, of that place, price 400. Mr. Dennie Scott, and daughter Miss Bettie. and Mrs. Win Onstott, were with Mr. H. Scott and family near Its Action Is Innjediale-J)afe--- F. J. CIIUXRY & CO.. Toledo, O. . the undersign!, haie known R J. for the latt 15 years, and befleve hlni perfectly l.onoralile tn all bustiM-stransactions and linani Sally able to carry out any obligations nude by hto arm. XATIOXAL. BANK OF COMMEKCS: Toledo. O. I.I,aUs,?a,arT'1 Cure l3 takon internally, aetlnj: directly upon tlie blood and mucous surirtc. , of tl.e system. Testimonial , ... hAiti. sent free. tc ui.i by all Druggists. iaie i.airt nils for comtlpatltra. Sokes Falls To Rexcve. SOi.ACE REMFDV ia a recent medithr. German Scientists that diisuives Uric Acid Crystals and IVirifttfs the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakmt cal discovery of dti.macit. feclive. When you feel nervous, irritable, tirod and dizzy when you have headaches, sore stomach, heartburn, and pains in the colon and bowels you suffer from indigestion you need at once. Mi gees to the seat of your 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. Do not suffer another day. Gt t a fifty cent box of na Tablets at It. E. McKoborts & Son. indi-gestiMi-o-o-Mi-o- NOV. 24. 1013. UUTG County Court Day, the real estate or residence property owned by George -- andW. Evans at the time of his death, on the corner of Stanford and Btiford Streets 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 for all occasiors fisrnislietl by residences, two cisterns, stable ar.d iowei 13 Floral Designs e ,.&& m I nr & r. Tor Infants a' rromA .and Children. i: I lUsd YohHeva Always Bought cvrs the denature of d&ffM&&s !BE CIT. CUT IS SHAKEN AUGUST S. SAUMZR repair; one of the residences is u mini-ecottagr, comparatively new. This, Local Agent property is an ideal location for a Dr. or merchant. II. Morris, preailet of the First This property is capable of National iJauk of Chko, Texas, wrote and will be offered separately and tin? Solace- - Cojcpary as fotktws: as a whole and the bid accepted realizI w ant yu to send a box of Solace ing the most nioi.ey. to my father in Mernphw, Tenn., for Lancaster, Ky. which I endow $L This remedy has TERMS. The sale will be made for cash iri All Orders Appealed. Phone S3 0o.j UPfd iiy socw friends of mine iiereaml 1 nust say its actios was wonhand, payable January 1, 1914, when derful S:gB5) R. L. Morris. possession will be given and deed made. Iut c; in Si.. e ami 1. boxes. The purchaser being requirtd to exeIT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL cute bond day of .sale for the performV WD CAN SOoN BE SO BY riVfiaw! ance of his contn.jt. r.K-- ' lAMNU SOLACE. "No Special For further ifnn:ttitn apply to W. ... Ti Scheme or Fees". J UST B. Mason, Lancaster. Kv. SOLACE ALONE (toes the work. J. F. I; ibinion, Executor of George A'ritf U'tlav Uie tour W. Evans, becerscd. ete. SOLACE UEMEDY CO.. Col. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. Battle Creek Mich. This November 3, 101V. m st. n other in good state of It 13 guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Iaw to be ateolutely fret- from opiates or harmful drugs of any description bOLACE ia a pure specific in every way. and nas bwn proven beyond question to be the surest ami quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no roattet how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blcod. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek. are the S !e L. S. Agents and have tlteoiamLs of voluntary testimonial letter which have Ikvii received from grateful iko; '? S'...".CK has restore! to health. ':Vtii-ri:i- l letters, .iterators ami FliLK BOX sent upon le Glass 33. Carrier Yl-L- " F?3m n &AA&mil i!J2S35Sg&& Aiianfa People Are Durriounded By Sensational Results That Follow Use 0! Strcnre W K S ' I9. 3S22aa23SI33uSSHSEEESa2Saiffiai; Go where -ir 5J2!KS32EEHf3 2 New Liquid and Reports of Startling Cures Cor.li.:ae to Appear. !J 1.65 Acre Blue Grass Farm BAZI FV S s Hi 1 S areS d& " ss iim sP sLij-- . ". ! tfce. ji.t oi .itIier, i crs an J c ijoyx; it Jispol all uiscomfoit. out- - tlOW AVAILAJ-- !: VIA Can Nov Be Obtained At Drug Store Here Home People Will Have Opportunity to Investigate New Liquid That Has Caused So Much Excitement by Remarkable Results In Atlanta and Elsewhere. (Ja.--The- tS "i a eg & rai fc &E i. untrai Director and Embalmer r1 S Your S Iat i and Let of Stock. i & $i ffi 2 fl5 As Executor of the estate and agent Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 of the heirs of the late E. A. Duncan. I will on the premises, about two miles LANCASTER. KY. North of Bryantsvilie, Ky., on SATURDAY.. NOVEMBER 22, '13 AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M., effer for sale the following property . to-w- z.isjrs.ttazzi INCLUDSHG Against ? TO ALL iE.SOF.J3 FLOn:D.t C2" .seems to be no Atlanta, end to tne excitement that has been LOXG RETURN LJ.1UT. ON SALS DAlLv! TJCKirre created here b the stiange and mysATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R PRivIL'IGD:. tifying result following the use of the KQaip.'iiENT, su-.icand scHntiv--' UKSURPASSED. new Boot Juice treatment in ci.ses of stomach and kidney dibordeis a d Far details cca'ull ctry Tic! t Aj,Lai or Agcn, !0I East Main St., Lc:;ngt:.--, Ky. rheumatism. K. C. KI'JG. Pis:cn;:r tic 7..-::- : syyyywy gv-r-gjf-Some of the severest cases that could be found have been tieated successfully with the new liquid and so quick have the results been in many cases that the sufferers and their friends UKnsrszn were dumbfoundtd. Persons who were helpless from rheumatism for months aiid who had to be carried about claim to have re covered as if by miracle after using! PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. the strange new medicine for a very short time and aie now walking the Direct Line to streets enjoying the best of health. Sufferers from stomach trouble, who could not drink a gla33 of water without suffering afterward and who claimed to bf.ve suffered agonies from indigestion, headaches, belching, and bloating, p.'.ius alter meals and other similar distresses now declare they Two Through Trains Daily. have a hearty appetite, can eat anything and never suffer from any of $L Leave Dar.vi'lc at .r:23 a. m. fr.10 p. in. S these symptoms. Arrive Louisville at S.40 a.irr 8:40 p. in. Many prominent and influential peoAirive St. Louis at 5:4 J . in. 7:151 u. in. J ple of this city have used the treatfe Through I'ulimai) Cars en both trains. Cafe, Parlor ment with pronounced success and a Car on d;'y train. No change. Vf number have given out statements for S Lv U.inville 7:30 a. m. Local Train. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. Among these is Mr. II. R (? publication. For a..y information write, V. Seay, 19 E. Pevilliou street, whose . f li MAKWES TODD, District Passenger Agent. wifs has been practically an invalid for M StaiKS Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. four years. When seen and asked about his wife's experience, Mr. Seay said: "'It is true that Mrs. Seay has been wonderfully benefited by the new treatment. She has been suffering from stomach and kidney troubles for 2 four years and lately these became Try the following drinks bottled by the complicated with nervous prostration. We tried several doctors, but they did not seem to help her and then wc lat-Col- a started trying every remedy we heaid of. During her illness Mrs. Seay has used one hundred and forty bottles of n COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. medicines with but various little or no lelief. She is now on the third bottle of this new Root Juice treatment and we are delighted with the resul ts. She has gained in strength, has a splendid appetite, sleeps well at night and feels better than she has in fouryeais. In fact, the three bottles of this new medicine has done more for her than all the hundred and forty I spoke of." At almost any hour of the day in the diug store where the new medi cine was explaintU one coulu near stories of startling results obtained by those who have been using it. A very interesting and remarkable experience was related by Mr. Wilson Gaines of 318 Western avenue, who is well known in railway circles, haying been employed as switchman by the Central Railway 'of Georgia for eight years. Mr. Gaines explained that he has been troubled on and off for LEMON, CREAM SODA. five years and that he suffered intensely. When asked to give a deInsist on getting the Mint Cola brand of scription of his case he said: "I sufpure, clean and fered fearfully from rheumatism in my bottle drinks. They joints and it was especially severe 7 wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by during wet cr changeable weather. S. Haselden and Henley V. Bsstin, under the My digestion was poor and J would & sometimes belch gas after-- eating.' I direct supervision of Clinton B. B as tin. suffered also from headaches, back-- I aches, painful urination and was ner 'i vr-i- tc ORL':..KC, FAN.'UBA AND "Lf.M:J OF THE EKrV HJiVV THE SOUTH vous and irritable. eusruz: Sauttiern Hallway. Louisville, St Louis oncl The West. Slei-pinj- 4wi!&ft&ftA safcfcsflj&$8y I Sanitary 1 Bill Sometimes I cou'd not sleep at night and I grew weak and run down. I tiied snveral doctors ar.cl at least ten or twelve mediciiu-- s without finding a cure. I have been using thes new Root J uice treatment twenty days now and am feeling better every day. I have spent at least $250.00 seeking a cure without even getting rtlief, but I find the juice ttealment is fast curing me. The medicine has proved to be worth its weight in gold to me." Mr. II. L. Bassinger. of 118 Elm street, Macon, said he had suffered from rheumatism and stomach trouble for nine ytar3 and that although-fou- r doctors had told him thete was no cure for him, the first bottle of tne juice treatment had given him relief and that he was feeling fine. A lady, who gave her name as Mrs. Mattie Colquitt and her addiess as 400 Cromley street said: "I suffered thirteen years from indigestion, gas on the stomach and belching. I used to throw up half what I ate and suffered fearfully. I spent a lot of money on doctors and medicines, but got no When I heaid about Root Juice and the great things it was doing for the sick, I tried it and although I have taken only one bottle I am beginning to feel fine. My food digests now and what I eat stays down. I know this new medicine is doing me a world of good and I believe it is going to cure me completely after thirteen years of suffering, I, for one, can certainly recommend it to anyone in my condition. Lack of space makes it impossible to print all of the many similar stories that were told, but it is safe to say that at least a dozen people recited equally interesting and startling experiences. re-li- fl' L. & N. Arrive. S fi R? A tract of land siu:teil in Garrard CoUnty, Ky , on th : Danville, Lancaster and Nichnlaviir Turnpike, front- Traia Sch3afe Al Lancaster, Ky. No 10; 5:00 a. m. ing said pike, and containing about one To Maysville. cinaettir.g at Kichrocr.d hundred ar.d sixty five acres. This is a with L 4; N to Frsr.kf .rt & Louisville; most desirable location, good tobacco at Winchester with C & O to Lexing land and is surely a money m3kcr to ton & Frank foil. Mount Sterling & the purchaser. Mr. Roe Montgomery Ashland, at Purls to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. who is now occu; ving the faun, will To Rowland & Stanford competing take pleasure in showing it to you. There is no better neighborhood, with at Rowland, L & N to all points South. churches and goo.i schools convenient. Ko &; il:M a. m. This land will be suit! by the acre, subTo Richmono. connecting wttit L & ject to survey. Possession of the fann N to Irvine & Eeattyviite. Lexington given January 1, 1014. & Cincinnati. Middksboro A Knoxviiie. The Following Ptisoi.alities will also No 70; 11:30 a. m. be sold. One Sorit I mare ami horse To Richmond, connecting" with fast mule colt, bay mare and mule colt, .com- train to Cincinnati. bined bay horse 4 ears old, a good No 27; Z3J0 p. m. family horse, kird and gentle and a To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon years old, 5 good saddler. Mack horse 5 Junction to EiU"ibclh:own & Bowling year old combined inarej 2- ear-olGreen, and at Baidstown Junction to 2 Poleangus cows, in Shorthorn heifer. Bardstown & Sprit gfk-k-t. milk. Shorthorn cow and cslf, siv extra No 0; 8:42 p. is. yearling Shorthem' calves, Jersey To Stanford, connecting with fast heifer to be fresh in January: S young & Atlanta. Duroc sows. Sale begins promptly at train to Bristol I 2 o'clock p. in. TELMS made known on day of sale. L. SAUNDERS, Exor & Ag't. -j . with b Offi: Citizens National Bank. HEHS'STHE HOG a" as-asea- jKt.e -- j. M.li '. .,,.. '7T.f "!" rrga "I i f5 'it nccstuc:i REiu:rv co.. lliriosc Tx J rjbe to ot Ii'x: t'.iai was crird of c'loisr" v.th jetir I3ni.bon Hoc Cfcotera Krni-TS; hor-.- i alo.ot (Wait t.:ore tuitisr saedK 'nt. nd hcn 10 entirely ctirrd. ex it- iri. uul. etc. Tre Ik x. w oxbJ bi ot'os'. ir. Shines ot SotsLwr Green. Ky. Ho to ei.iti to atvo voa a tesniBsial. ana we it you vraai them. stmSki v. MILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE HiLLERSSURG, An Attractive ts -- -- Home School For Girls. );. - well-know- MINT COLA in clear I or brown bottles. AL- 1 LEWS RED TAME I CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid s grape drink. Ofamond I Orysla! Ginger Ale. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange, sre g 3 t J. WONDERFUL MEDICINE CAN NOW BE OBTAINED HERE, i Local people are to be given an opportunity to test the new Root Juice treatment which has been effecting tlu'se marvelous results and which excitement in Atlanta during the demonstration at that place. The main laboratories at Fort Wayne, Ind., where the medicine is prepared, have made arrangements so druggist.--, can now procure it through their whole salers and those who have not already placed it in stock can easily get it. Any person who suffers from ind destion, belching.abloating, pains after meals, loss of appetite, headaches sleeplessness nervousness, backaches, weak kidneys, impure blood, rheumatic pains or other symptoms of functional disturbances of the stomach, liver, kidneys, or bowels can therefore, obtain the Root Juice in one dollar bottles at any good pharmacy or by v direct to the Root Juice Laboratories at Fort Wayne, Ind. In view of the phenomenal cures tl at have been reported from elsewhere it is believed thafhome people, suffering frpm various forms of stomach, liver, kidney and bowel disorders, wjll find in the new treatment the same wonderful results, which have-- been experienced by those who have already used it. Adv. lt-i- Pupils are surrounded with an atmosW-b- f phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. I Academic and College Entrance Cours- 1 Music Department under skilled es. artists trained in Germany, Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school w jF3r "12 '"' .4L? SF,ls5'7S is evidenced by the fact that a number -- ; ttuc-jSz- ; of pupils were turned away last ses- bzsoe sion for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grcde. The undersigned hereby give warnSend for catalog and engage a room ing to all persons not to trespass upon Rev. C. C. Fisher, Prcs. early. Millersburg, Ky. our lands for any purpose whatever a3 we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notiev. R. L. Elkin. G. W. Eiam. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra vaxb J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear, S. C. Henderson, Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. We will add other names for 23 cents cash. evAh lltfl? BcIias Green, Sold hv HASELDEN BROS. Ky. Ife 5?Bras lm 0chi t'lrrnit Dircctcry Of Garrard Counly. Var- - Circuit JiWjp Hon. Cfliirie- A. llnr.lni. tHiuiuHUf.iltl:4 AtlorHy IIuh. Kmu 5i'nr. Tru-te- (nil nil .1 Mister l'i,iHtH..i(rRer W. !. llrotin. e Jnry KiiihI I;h. K. Hotluon. imrt (lrk William K. Mon. S'in(rplK 1 5143 Sue SheMiy County Jmlxe t'i"u-it- t'duiiiT 't im:y Coroner rlt-ri- s Harry ToraliiiHon. A. Jonvt. siie rt (itrumv T. Ballard. m-: SLerltT !. A. KoWrnon. of Sohoola MiiJaaie iff- - . Farl. AtifHtj J K. llfeMnon. W. Hamilton. J. J. Aeor I)rnjty p!rs. W. S. Carrier. E. IS. Uay. Jailer Jaci Attains. dlniritaiUuts Ciertfaail Boame, Mipwrvlaor o( Uuafi TreabHrtr B. F. Il;iilsu. JIAGJSTILVTES. Kmwnnttmmts J. r.onrne 1st, Dist. 1iRaii Ion ml. Iiit. P. -- IUrrisoaKayJni.Dit. Jamci Colillron lib. Hist. COL'NTV BOAKD (.ir EOCCAriOS !!. I JlcMnrtr. O. J. Hrtulreu. rJ. Pis:. SttgrafrFib Ask us to show you the VERY latest in size, style and form and lettering at the right price. THE ;flllirtrtL rriiTTJ-Sa- Cronlry Iiroadiius. lii. Dist. 2aa.llt. lit. lHt. '!tPiC' 3 T. MO0 A r Thoinis t. Klus. RICHMOND. KY. CITV OF LANCASTER. Mayor II. T. LoRan. City Juae E. W. Harris. City Aitorm-R. II.Tomliat. City Clrk H K. Hernilu. City A'setsor John M. Mount. City Trea-ar- er D. A. Thomas. Chief Poilce US. Herron. wmm Cttho.Fi.. flfIS ;H Training Kartr. s?i T.oirfendlddair- well School for Teachers CMirn VadlaT to ElmnLVT. lnt. icllassju Ufa X1K Ctr PUn3ftr&-- i Sfe rt. '.oris Ttm April 7, Siu nalal-.- it Central" Record. rmrtfiifliool. Jrtiililof Saau !ilc'". qalril a r StaI ? ! 1. cnvBBK, Pre,IJrnt. COUNClUfEX Parker Gresory. H. c. narnlltco. W. 11. Zanone. B.F. Walter. G S Greenleaf Wra.IIerndon. , .,.,, p?l PJ, 1wy HiiiWtini TiT-U- " r' :.lju , . , ,. , .,..,-- . '' ''5-- .,. llH11" ji"j."L&Jl"lrT '!i '" "U'l'.i .., . - ' . Jgl'''Tf ,, Tna Central Reeefflj Friday, Nov m" 1, - 191& -- " ifiwi"' - -- - - i -. - t - v - ft i--- Race g33e?22? P fcaaasssssaesaisi BUM? J Burry Up Prices I Men's Shoes We have had a remarkable year the best in the history of this store all previous sales records have been broken. Now comes the crowning event of this year's great business. THIS HURRY UP SALE of everything in the store. Our entire stock goes in this HURRY UP SALE. Hurry Up Prices on everything so that the people who HURRY UP and come quick will be amply repaid cause they hurried to this, the Greatest of all Sales. be- Ladies Readytowear Suits, Goats, Dresses and Costumes at Hurry Up Prices. at $9.98. Better ones If you want the very latest styles in Ladies suits and coa;s at hur$15.00 Suits and Coats up to $20.00 at S12.98. 3 -- 0 Ol O 75 pairs in odds and ends, worth up to $3. Hurry Price 98cts. A big lot of Men's Shoes ranging in price from $2.00 to $3.50. You had best hurry if you want to get a pair for $1.48 M n 1 o 01 o CD Our work shoes are the best that money can buy. Values up to $5.00, Hurry prices $2.00 to $3.50. A look is all we want on work shoes. If we have your size you will buy. A Great Big Reduction in Ladies, Misses and children's shoes. If you will only look, our hurry up prices will sell you. The Florsheim Shoe worth $5.00 to 7.00. Hurry Price $4.38 ry up pricss. See us and save money. o QCO - Mens and Boys Underwear. Well I should say Union and two piece suits at Hurry up prices. We are selling first class suits at Same as others are getting $1.25 for All we ask is a look and if we have your size we vill sell $50-.worth of premiums given away absolutely free Dec. 24th. A ticket with each cash purchase of 1.00. 8-l- c you-Th- 50 rr u Q CD 3 Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Ladies Readytowear Suits, Coats Special In Ladies All D Wool Serge Dress0 es in Blues and O CD Browns. Values $7.50 to CD $25,000 Worth of Men's and Boy' s eiothiH $8.50, Hurry Price $4.98. fm O CD c heard of in Central Kentucky, Think what a large assortment $25,000. worth means, and everything in the store reduced in price. HURRY UP for these Hurry Up Bargains and you'll be well repaid for Hurrying, as folks hurry for these bargains, the goods will hurry out, so don't delay, HURRY UP RIGHT AWAY. Dresses and Costumes at prices lower than ever Hurry Up Prices on Overcoats. Our $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 Overcoats to be Hurried out at $5. to $8. A ticket for each and every dollar spent gives you a chance at our 8502:50 worth of premiums to be given away December -- 4th at 2:30 o'clock. HURR- Y- Special line of highgrade Overcoats ranging in price from $15.00 to S27.56, Hurry up prices, to $16.98. $l-2.98 to o CD A beautiful line of evening costumes for the lady who cares. See our prices. 75 Shirts in odds and ends, the Monarch and Cluett brands, worth $1.00 to $1.50 Hurry price 39 to 50c. Mens Suspenders worth 15 to 25c. Hurry price 09c Suspenders 35 and 50c Hurry price 17 and 29c Boys knee pants 50 and 75c values. Hurry prices 42c Men's hemstitched handkerchiefs worth 10c Hurry price 03. Men's pure linen handkerchief's worth 25 to 35c, Hurry price 16c. We have a large assortment of Mens Sweaters. All colors. Our $1.50 Jersey Sweater which is one of our best sellers. Hurry price $1.19. See our Mackinaw Coats, the latest thing out We have hurry prices on these. A ticket with every dollar spent gives you a chance at our large premium list Buy your full outfit of us. Our Hurry prices will save you money. Hurry prices on our line of Ladies and Misses rain coats. Mens rain coats in abundance. Our $5.00 and $7.50 coats go in this Hurry Sale at $3.98 and $4.98. See our mens Gaberdine coats, a good one for $12.98. Same as other people are getting $18.00 for. Hundreds of other articles at Hurry prices. So Hurry Hurry Hurry. Hurry More You should TJp Prices 1 CD , On Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats. than 400 men's suits to be closed out, 250 Men's over coats to be closed out, 200 young men's and boys suits to be closed out, OO boys over coats to be closed out. Surely you can find something that will exactly suit you. Dozens and Dozens of suits and over coats in A Staple Article. Stop, Think. O investigate before buying your New Fall Suit. 75 Suits in Men's and Young Men's in small sizes' values up to $15. Hurry Up Prices on these small sizes in order to close them out, $2.48 to $5.98. A ticket with each dollar spent with us, gives you a chance on the $502.50 in premiums to be given away Dec. 24th. HURRY One lot of new Fall Suits, worth from $12.50 to $15.00. going in this Hurry Up Sale at $6.48 to $7.98. Hurry or your neighbor will beat you to it. Our regular line of high grade suits beautifully tailored, positively worth from $16,50 to 2250 Hurry Up Prices $8.98 to $ 1 2.98. all the desired colors and fabries in styles to please every .taste. You know what they are worth. Jno; B Stetson Hats direct from the factory, all new and in style, while they last, $3.69. A ticket with each dollar purchase-SwaHats worth $350. Hurry up prices S1.98 to $2.48. Our $1.00. and hats are to be Hurried out at 78c to $1.28. Our stock of of Caps is complete. If we don't undersell other people, dont buy, 25c. caps at 17c, $5. Fur caps at $3 28. Best $2.50 Fur Caps on the market for $1.88. n h 10 $'-'.- 00 CNT Let Us Show You,Seeing is Believing A ticket with each $1.00 spent What about that $135.00 diamond ring Jfor a Xmas presnt for your wife or best girl. Buy a dollars worth of goods and get a ticket. CD SI CD SALE, Opens CD Saturday, Nov. 22, 13 There are many months of winter weather ahead in which you will need the things this sale offers to wear, yet we are going to close them out. We will pay you liberally in the way of price savings to help us clear our shelves now. SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, NOV 22nd, at regular fit 9a.m O CD Q Our Guarantee. Everything bought during this sale not proving satisfactory or just as represented say so, and get your money back. We want you to strictly understand the terms of this sale. At the prices we are offering our goods, we positively cannot charge anything. TERMS CASH. A Great Chance for You to Save Money. Hurry Prices on Men's Work Socks Men's work Socks worth 10c, Hurry Prices 3c. Men's black and tan socks worth IScts. Hurry Prices 6cts. Men's Socks in black, tan and blue, worth 25 and 35cts, Hurry Prices 17cts. "We have a beautiful line of Silk Socks for Xmas trade. A pure Silk Sock worth 50c, Hurry Price 21c. Silk Socks in all colors, our best ones at 75c and $1.00 Hurry Price 42cts o CD o 0 in LO If you havent the money and want the goods we will charge them to you prices. TERMS CASH. We will not under any circumstances let anything be charged at HURRY PRICES. at 9 O'Clock And Will Last 15 Days. o 0 H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky $502.50 Given Dec O i. 24th.. A Ticket "With- Every $1.00 Spent. - VV -- ?- , ". Trie Osntrai . kutf. hviday, Ntf i U i - IIH& m "yrt- -i 3is ID S S b -- Xlre -- ; I i I I 1 1 CW'AnE V V JL .el -- k " 9 fir ar .u. E3EE3Sr.aU gaa-sg-aM- i $ mssdr i PsJ sik a? I Ik B tj a" " t 1 W JFjiniVJTh'-jf'Ji- i' ftrt kJ.- frliivrrJSiiYgir75 xWSP?gSggSE: I 1 ii 1 not be misled by ficticious advertising and big hurrah sales. We at all times offer you genuine bargains and consequently we are never forced to add prices to our Merchandise by advertising sales. Let us prove to you that our prices are better than any sale price that can be gotien Do I I I I I I rv i . rii : i n R21 S t. ssm &r UiU ULL We give nothing away nor do we over charge you for anything. .. T1V & 8 I I . See Our Line Of n Heater q w- - n RWE.lfotjy of the BEST MAKES. Prices Right. ; nGossip About -- sTSJSecaia.- RatlOP.Q fftftk Stow, WVAl. tfetU' T j People vjv " J A Dricf Mention of the Com'sr.ip and Goings l.y Those Wt Arc InUrtstJd In. oaJ Miss Sarah Daniels was a visitor Lexington Satuiday. Mrs. Clinton Bastin, I MoKne s e?iEV C?i fcwE , in i I LIGHT RUNNING and DURABLE. See Them Before You Buy. is in visiting her mother. Aliliers-bur- g Mr. J. Raymond Haselden was in Loaicvil'o the pasc week. Miss Hallie Brown has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville. J. R. MOUNT, BON & CO, "ii fcuBni irt Lr CWHJW aJ i t Airs Carrie Davidson is in Richmond visitir ; Mr. and Airs. Z. T. Rice. Airs. John Al. Alount, ! :! STYLE IN KER FOOTWEAR is a positive necessity worn with the te ,-- sv v. issSf-iJ lb ? has been in Danville visiting her sister. Airs. Logan Wood'. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham is with i her cousin, Airs. Delle Perkins for a wt'eks stay. ' esrsti? Mrs. Al. p. PilKin, ot iiexmgton, is here for a stay with her aunt. .Mrs. Susan Salter. Aliss Rella Arnold will spend Thanks- 'gmng in Somerset with herfnend, Aliss S'ie insists upon it just as she insisis on comfort ami ease in her shoes, and if she be econ omically inclined she alan. IF-i- 3 ? 'W iivtH a3 Iva Lee Smith. so loaks for durability in her footwear. We cater to just such ladies, always showing the most elegant and n J J. Tipton, of Richmond, has been vijitinghcr cousins. Misses Rachel Mrs. L. I and Ella Henry. -- Comfortable Fitting Shoe of the best make at moderate prices. R. Hn r$&- S. ir BROWN. It n Airs. H. Clay Sutton has returned from Rochester, Aluinesota much im proved in health. ' Airs. T. J. Price leaves shortly for a visit to Judge and Airs. AL H. Alabry in Tallahassee.Florida. Airs. Charles Davis, of Chattenooga, Tenii. is here for a visit to her mother Airs. Elizabeth Joseph. Air. and Airs. James B. Collier have been in Lexington visiting Air. and Mrs. Charles Richardson. $!$&1&k)&S&&,&&,&&Wi X'55'.Q:( When Women f S ii J5 Dr. and Airs. B. C. Rose were in Lexington, Wednesday, for tha South-- , ern Aledidul Association. Alesdames Elizabeth Dillon and Jesse Wearen, of Stanford, havebeen jecent visitors of Lancaster friends. Alisses Lena Schooler, and Kathryn Ham have been the attractive guest of Mrs. Chas Rankin, of Danville. Col W. S. Ferguson left for his home in Covington Saturday after a weeks stay on his farm near Lancaster. Air. and Airs Luther i 7 POINT to the jijajf Lous &u$zk ,Wv.um ,k''1 vVftvil'i a . it f 0, WHITE SWAN FLOUR Ewr'iv-- j pB-A 1 S as the bst 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 it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. jfC ' f l"Ol'', ''J -- V Folev, of Lex- - G 'G S3 e G i Lancaster Elevator gifragfeaga'Wi; S& FiourMiils eyA&)( 3)At"? No i yiiuci . v0'GG)G)0) 73)3S2Z9 rfei s8s&i&4&f&kii&&ii8 I r 1 HE'S ANGRY when a good mechanic has to go over a whole pile of Lumber in order to find a dood board or two. 'MSB tL yOT-y! JU-A,.- jr.,U.- . - - " : 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. of time, which is money to the man who has to pay the wages. Save a lov B i PAVAl nv ii jra Baking Powder Saves Health and aves money and Makes Better Food Airs. Samuel Cotton, is very ill, at Air. B. F. Hudson was a visitor in ington, were guests for a few days of Danville, Monday. her home on Lexington Ave, very Hisses Martha and Sallie Tillett. 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Little Aliss Thelma Hamilton is ill of much to the regret of the manv friend3 Chas. Doty came over from his school of this excellent lady. j Saturday and remained an attack of tonsiiitis. at Danville ' over Sunday with the home folks. Mrs. Chas. Bairlein is confined to her .M.r" Ashbrook C. Frank, of New; xorKUty, has been in Washington Do You Want A farm? Messrs Benjamin and Homer Woo.!, bed on aeeoust of illness. this week attending the meeting of the j of Danville, were th pleasant gues-tAliss Zula Kay lor, of Lincoln, county, Southeastern If so write or see W. T. Ewirg Underwriters Associa- -' of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ware, Sunday. is the guest of Airs. Grover Gastineau. tioi. Air. Frank is at present connect Harrodsburg. Ky. Splendid farms rangSoO to 8100 an acre. f Mr. and Mr3. Roy A. Haynes left Airs. Walton Aloss continues quita ed with the Insurance Field, one of the ing from Monday for their home in Ilillsboro, ill at her country home, west of this most wMf y read nuiilications of that Ohio, after a visit to Air. and Airs. W. citv. character in the world. He former! v A Scoth Collie is grpat protection for B. Mason. resided at Ky whre his women and children, a good watch dog Aliss Alberta Anderson is in iun- f.t I was pastor of the Christian & best stock drivers known. Pedigreed V. P. Huntington and ville visiting her aunt, Aliss Dove B. Alesdames Church. He has frequently visited ! pups for sale, ready to go, bargains. Frank Luerson have returned to Alt. Harris. Danville and is well known to many ' W. B. Mason, Jr. after a pleasant visit to Aliss Messrs S. N. Davis and H. Clay peopie mere, ne is making a great ' Jean Alount. iiaminoi-r.C""rto Lexington, Wed- - success in his present position. "Rich'i All persons having claims agairst nesuay. ... in Danville Advocate. ithe estate of W. S. Walker will file John aimpson, of Lancaster, was them properly proven with my attorney the guest of Miss Iva Smith at the! Airs. Thomas Ballard, and Aliss Anna T I Lewis L. Walser at once. home of Mrs. John Wesley, Sunday- .- Belle Ballard, are visiting relatives in play of pianos next TIOS .to Opera Fannie Walker. Executor. Hustonville. Somcret Journal. House. The prices art attractiver- ' Mr- - and Mrs- - Chester Lewis, are in Alls. Chas. Zimmer. of Pomerov, O , accompanied Miss Elsie Zimmer home Rerea WIth Mrs- - Lewis parents, Air. MNA. a,rs- - Tuttls. i from tor a visit to Air. and and Mrs. R. Zimmer. Mrs. E. L. Owsley will leave in n Air. W. T. WaUon is still on th few weeks to spend some time in the sick list. Mrs. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville was "Land of Flowers.". Corn gathering and tobacco strippinj with her parents Mr. and Airs. Wir. Alesdames Alex West and James is on hands now. Lear Tuesday. She came to take in Mr. Earvin has about completed uu Duadeiar are in Nicholasville, visiting the interesting play "Air. Bob." residence on Air. Ale Jones' farm. Airs. Claries Uenman. Resident Properly For Rent. A handsome photo of little Z. T. ' Air. and Mrs. E. P. Jons visued Mrs- - Jame3 M- - Staughton, y of Rice Jr. of Richmond appeared in Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Aloiris Ross Saturday. I desire to rent my property on Stan's LouisvilleTimes. The interest- - ' ,nu'n- - came Monday for a visit to her Airs. Pennelia Lee and Aliss Ina ford street, opposite the Christian ing child is ths grand son of Airs. Car-- 1 Slster Mrs- - H- - Cla' Sutton, Scott of Fiatwoods were the guests of church, for the year 1614. Any further Air. and Airs. Guy Fish, and child" rie Davidson of this city. Mr. and Mis. W. T. Watson Monday. information can be furnished by Alr.W. rcn, oi i.os Angeise, Laliiorma, were Alon- -, Air. and Airs. G. P. Terril left Our merchant Air. R W. Sanders T. West, at the Post Office. here Tuesday the guests of Aliss Rella Airs. Jennie West, day morning for a prospecting tour Arnold. is invoicing his stock of goods today ! Tulsa, Okla. through south central Alabama. It is to Air. W. E. Whittalcer both of this hoped and believtd that this popular, Airs. Robert Collier and Misses Clara place. couple will find no place as much to Collier and Alary Arnold, motored i Art you rimtm?ilftinf' hnvinfr n Jerry Respess Applies For County SuperUs,...f, down from Crab Orchard Tuesday iui their liking as Lancaster. piano: see the line line on exhibition a snort stay. visor Of Canard County. next door to Opera House. Mr. E. B. Ray left Wednesday for Mr. Henry Gerhart, an expert erect- - ' Mr. C. Green. Lexington tu accept a responsible or for the Ahehle Press Co., of Cincin- To C. A. Arnold anil the magistrates Mrs. W. P. Lawson has returned to position in the New Shelburne Tobacco tnati j. here putt;llg up the big new County; 'her home at Tinton Missouri, after ;of Garrard application I most respect Warehouse of that city. Mr. Ray has preaa for the Record- fully make for the appointvisiting her parents Mr. and Airs. W. been connected with the Shelburne ment of County Road Supervisor ar.dif Relatives have learr.ed of the ex- T. Watson. houses for a number of years and is appointed I promise an honest, faithful treme illness of young Air. Hudson, Air. and Airs. R. W. Sanders and and just fulfilment of its obligations. one of their most valued employees. son of Air. Humphrey Hsdson, being a little daughter Lucile visited Air. and I have had 23 years experience as Dr. William D. Pryor left Alondav sufferer from tuberculosis. Airs. Huston Galley Saturday night Railroad municipal and Highway Enfor Washington, D. C, he being apand Sunday . gineering, am resident of Garrard Airs. C. R. Davis and Aliss Helen pointed a delegate to represent the Air. John Kelly iied at the home of county, and a Democrat. Strelitz, of Chattanooga, have returned city of Lexington at the Fifth National his son Air. Dave Kelly on Paint Lick Very Respectfully, Conservation Congiess to be held there, to their home after a visit to Alts. last Thursday morning at four o'clock Jerry Respess. Davis' mother. Airs. Elizabeth Joseph. He will return Nov. IS, 19 and 20th. , , and was laid to lest in the Ross grave-by way of St. Louis, where he will Dr. and Airs. J. A. Anion, and Dr. yard. spend a few days with his parents. Fcr Rent At Paint Lick Ky. and Airs. B. C. Rose, are attcn.line Air?. John Wheeler has returned lne southern Medical Association, home from Le::ington where she has A two story g room house, with Horace Herndon and Sauflev Hughes (, left AIondi.y moining for Dunnville, ' W"IC . IS uowg hem in Lexington this been taking treatment for her eyes pantry, 2 halls. and2 porches additional, and we are glad to know she is much with stable room for housing, and feedCasey county for a weeks bird hunt. wue They were accompanied by John Tudor ing, several teams of horses, and shelRelatives here have received infor- improved. ter for cows, ect. Also coal house, of the upper end of the county, who is mation that the infant of Air. and Airs. Notice. smoke house, milk house, carriage one of the best bild shots in the state, Ed Collier is at the point of death at and he will doubtless enable the boys to the home of the Iatters mother. Airs. For good andsufiicientreasons, which house, hen house, and all other necesgive a splendid account of their tup. ' Cotton in Danville. I am perfectly willing to explain to the sary out buildings. Also a large cistern. With this bouse, there are 15 acrei of 1 Air. Walton E. Aloss was appointed a satis faction of Miy ore ii.itn m for pasture land, well watered, and a good withdraw the rev.aid tillered delegate, and Alessrs Homer Tinsley, 'I his Nov- orchard. j A. R. Denny and H. V. Bastin, as al-- j violation of election laws. This home is in short walking disember 1.1th 1913. ternates to the State Farmers Instit-- ! G. B. Swinebroad. tance of our new, brick Consolidated ute. which convenes in Frankfort in High School. This school has the February. CITY TAXES modern appliances for comfort, and I Air. John Glenn, of South Carolina, convenience, and an efficient corps of Due And Must Be Paid. SlZrtA has been a recent visitor to Lancaster teachers. It is also only a short walkBy order of the City Council I am ing distance to two churches, and 1 friends. Air. Glenn will be stationed this year at Alt Sterling and Winches- directed to collect all back taxes due mile, and 1 mile, to two others, while ter as a buyer for the R. J. Reynolds the city, all taxes are now due, as well j a third, is about 2 miles distant. These as water rent, which must be paid at churches are of different, and leading Tobacco Co. This is imperative as we denominations. This place is 1 mile Miss Sarah Goodloe Benton, whose once. need the money to meet our water from one station on the L & N R. R. marriage to Air. Willis Winn Battaille works bonds. Remember the penalty and J of a mile from another. . nr l For -- a i l ii will oenur iieAL tv truiitsuttj ai uie i goes on all unpaid taxes December 1st. further information, call on Dr. Nelson Christian church in Winchester, is L. E. Herron, Aiarshall. May?, or write him, at Paint Lick, quite an attractive girl and a cousin of City of Lancaster. Kentucky, R. F. D. No. 2. AL Lackey and daughter. Airs. D. t-i i 0r i Pu ; i , Cni'-innatCov-urdaI j , i i i 1 r !'. I i Airs. E. C. Barnard has passed through a successful surgical operation performed by the "Drs. Alayo, Airs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta, was with MrsBranard, who will s on be sufficiently recovered to join her husband in Wash fJPG 3EJG 3WF UB E HI ington, D. C. Airs. Elizabeth AL Demy, accompanied by little Aliss Dorothy Boland, left for Lexington last Friday to join Airs. These good people , Elizabeth Boland. will make their future home in Lexing' ton, much to the regtet of their many I Listen. mA Friday, Saturday, Monday we will have a good line of Lancaster friends. Aliss Letty Alay AIcRoberts led at I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go, WWW the Woman's Club on Thnrsday Nov-- 1 ember 20th. She gave a most inter- esting and instructive talk on "Im xorK iNew pressions ot LiiDranes Berlin and Oxford." Having recently returned from a trip abroad Miss AIcRoberts was enthusiastic- - and graphic on the theme discussed. Untrimmed Shapes at Cost Velvet, Plush, Velour and Felts. Gome early and get choice cTWiss i Rella rur 3HE cArnold. DEE IE i Page 8 H...H.T7IT7T '." The Centra! Reuora, Friday, Nov 21, 1913. v 1' i- - ."'"af 1 I are;iKa3S& 3S3$53S&3&? 1 i McDougal Kitchen CABINE fe What Next? A household necessity and Great Labor Saver. Every housekeeper should have one. Come and see them now don't put it off. j K ;re:re5eag:BBi.Mfc'MaBB'.3aag38 mitniur rni itmhI 3 All the delicacies of the season Hurt Sfcasfeaataa BJgfeAfe.Mfeagggafctfeaggagjsgc; agagagggggssasagaasiag Doi.tors Lose by Telephone. "Do you know," said the doctor Ander i ' ffW J? LJLb We sure do miss the water since the lake is gone dry. Currey's The Tulsa World has the following LULUiUfl rAKlUUK Don't forget the Billy Bryant Stock 50 regarding a former Lancaster young Co. Opera House Monday night, a prominent part in the Ladies free under the usual condition. lady who took opening of the International Dry Farm- "Wilful waste makes woeful want", ) ing Congress in that city a few weeks dpace below this heading Is lor the exclu-jvuse of our farmer miiceribers. and Is for is an old copy book axiom. Witness its ago. tne sale of stock, grain ami such things ou truth in the scarcity of water at the "Mary Clay Williams, an auburn hair- farm an the farmer cannot aflo'd to adter-tlsed Tulsa school girl, was introduced reservoir. No notice ulll !it accepted oer four In clear tones, by Governor Cruce. Hues, and will beonlyl'i 'ito issues of the BracketL she explained how the pupils of the free of charge Mr. Thomas Brackett died at his Tulsa schools had made the gavel with For Sale or rent, my house on home on the old Danville pike on last which the president of the congress Crab Orchard pike. R. L. Cox. Saturday night and his remains were would preside over the meetings of the B. Robinson has three pair of interred in the Rush Branch burying week. T. Mr. "In the name of the boys and girls good, coming 3 year old mules for sale. ground on the following Monday. Brackett had not been well for some of this city," she said, "I bring you old Fashion Piano. time, had been suffering from a com- this little gift. It i "" JUiie Intimsic FOR SALE:-A- n Mrs. G. P. Terrill, Phone 159. Lancas- plication of diseases, but his last ill- ValUG, uut in the sense that we give it ter, Ky. to you, its value cannot be compared ness was of only a few dayo the immediate Ca'useT of his death being with gold and rubies. It is but a tol e i nice meat hogs, peritofrfris. FOR SALE:-tw- o He is survived by a wife of our interest in the International veinh about 325 pounds- - T. W. Conn. Although of only a few months, who before her Dry Farming congress. still in school, we have a great concepmarriage was a Miss Croucher. Hute! Tom Brackett was an honest, tion of the work being done by you Ilets straightforward haidworkinir man and and your organization." She then held the esteem of all who knew him. handed the gavel to President Mother-H- e h- had been a tenant on the farm of well. allon Mr. W. R. Cook for many years, and The crowd broke into cheers as the at was held in the highest esteem by him. school girl finished her In his address He was born and reared in the Hubble speech of deliverance. neighborhood, a son of Mr. and Mrs. a few moments later, President MothSALE:-Hous- e and lot on Dan Thomas Brackett and the sympathy of erwell uttered sincere thanks to the ville avenue known as the Shugar's that entire locality goes out to the school children of Tulsa for the gavel property. Apply to Hughes & bereaved family and the young wife in and their interest in the congress. He bestowed much praise upon the head the loss of tliis worthy young man. of Miss Williams. PlyI have for sale some pure bred Mr. Motherwell made the closing mouth Rock Cockrels. Call and see A Third Browning Boy Implicated In speech of the opening session and deM. Mrs. F. them before buying. clared the Eighth International Dry Bryantsville Robbery Is Arrested Tinder. Farming congress formally opened." At Berea, Brought To LancasMr. W. T. Doolin has three jennets, all with foal, which he will farm to ter And Lodged In Jail. School Notes. one or more persons. He also has a (W. F. Miller.) good Jack with white points for sale. Messrs J. C. Williams and Hogan Becker-BallarMiss Robinson will not entertain Through the real estate firm of Ballard, members of the j.Co. of Bryantsville, went to Friday morning. Hughes and Swinebroad, Dr. W. M. Elliott sold his farm near Bryantsville, Berea on Wednesday and securing the Mr. Baldwin visited our school Moncontaining 150 acres to Frank Folger assistance of an officer, went to the day morning and made an interesting college and arrested a third member of for $187.50 an acre. talk. the Browning family, a boy sixteen Mr. Clayton was a visitor at our STKAYliiJr-lTomy place near years of age and a brother of the two Hyattsville rbout November 1st, a red sent to the school of Reform, charging school Tuesday morning and gave us heifer with white stripe on back and him with being implicated in the rob- - an interesting talk on strawberries. has brindle spots, weighs about 400 bery at Bryantsville. The young man Don't forget the "Lost Chaperon" pounds Reward for information load was a student at the Berea school, has been found in Europe and will be ing to her recovery. H. C. Arnold, was reputed to be a good student and here November 26th, at school audiHyattsville, K was popular with both faculty and torium at 7:30. students. In his rooms were found a The Lost Chaperon has been found sale:-Tw- o thorough bred short large TOR amount of the goods which had and will arrive on the 2 o'clock train horn bulls twelve and fifteen months been taken from the Bryantsville store, Wednesday Nov, 26th, and will appef r old. One jersey bull fifteen months gold watches, jewelry of various kinds, at the School Auditorium at 7:30 that old Subject to register. All good neckwear and various other goods, to night. Z. individuals and ready for service. the value of at least $200. The young Don't forget that good "Foot Ball T Rice, Phone 347 A. R. F. D. No. 3. man denied that he had ever been in Game" Monday between the Normal for sale:-- pair of good 3 year old the store or that he was implicated in Model squad of Richmond and the local horse mules. 10 head registered jersey the robberies, but admitted that he boys at 2:30. Come out and root for milk cows, fresh with young calves. A knew his brothers had entered the Lancaster, and they will surely win. lot of first class pure timothy hay, will store on more than one occasion, and Stanford foot ball squad who was that he had strongly urged them to billed to play the local squad here, deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. quit such behavior, and warned them yesterday that they would ultimately be caught. wanted to evening did not arrive, they come Tuesday, and it did Good Farm For Sale. He also admitted that, he had been local squad, so by that we disposing of the stolen property for not suit the guess Stanford will not come to LanIjOffer for sale privately, my farm them. Messrs Williams and Ballard containing 137 acres, 3 miles from Dan- brought him to Lancaster with them caster. Miss Brashear's room exercises Friville oh Lexingtod and Danville pike. and turned him over to the authorities Thisv farm is well watered and well im- and he was lodged in jail Wednesday, day morning was very much enjoyed; proved, with house of .six rooms and and will doubtless also be sent to the especially her special pupil "little Miss ,aneer , me loiiowmg were good stock barn. Possession given School of Reform. They also brought January 1st. Any other information, back with them the stolen goods found visitors for Miss Brashears exercises, call on or write. L. O. Harber, Dan- in the young mans room, together Mrs. C. W. Anderson and daughter; ville, Ky. with his trunk which also was well Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Clay Dunn and daughter; Mrs. Ebb Dickerson and filled with the articles. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines LIVE STOCK MARKET. and Mrs. Caneer. FLAT WOOD CINCINNATI ONION STOCK YARDS, at e apologetically to the patient waiting In his office," that this prescribing by 'phone Is becoming a serious business for us doctors. Now, if I had no 'phone I would be called to tho' house and I would charge my regular fee for a visit. But it I attempted to charge for prescribing over the telephone I would bo thought an extortionist. Yet there is no reason why I should not be paid for my advice over the telephone just as much as if I sat at the patient's bedside and prescribed. Take, for instance, a case which should be watched for three or four days. Instead I'm told, 'we'll call you, doctor, if there Is any change.' And then proceed to z.''- call me ovp" the tRler1 -tne ..jmptoms and ask what is to be done. Of course, there is no excuse for going to the patient's side after the telephone bulletin, unless there is a turn for tho worse. So I'm cut right out of a fee for a visit. I believe that we physicians should get together and agree to charge a certain sum for prescribing oyer the telephone." Artist and Parvenu. Phil Morris, the eminent portrait painter, who died when his fame was at its height, had a very unpleasant experience whilst visiting a wealthy merchant who had commissioned him to paint hi3 wife and baby for the sum of 700. The first evening Mr. Morris and his "employer" were discussing the "pose," and the artist, thinking that he had hit on a brilliant suggestion, said It would be effective if the child were lying on the hearthrug with just a vest on, and his mother leaning over, playing "This little pig went to market" "How dare you, sir! Do you wish to insult me?" I've half a mind to countermand my order," roared the irate wealthy magnate. Poor Phil Morris couldn't think what harm he had done until a few days later he learned that his patron had made his money in "pork," and was known as the "bacon king." Berliner, has elevators, electric lights, winter garden and fountain. A "hotel" for canaries, built by a 5chulz's Cut Flowers ' mew mea tor ouspenucrs. Suspenders which are supplied with light weight metal springs instead of elastic, and thus do away with the necessity of knotting the suspenders when the rubber threads give out are being used by an English manufacture er. The metal springs are said to give as readily as the elastic banda Gringo. down into Mexico a song and Floral Designs. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster. Kentucky. j When the American army inarched tfL $y3rtf'l-yf-i ar ually sounded from camp began, ..lie 7S2hes, C!" Tho 'Ureen gro Mexicans heard this line repected so often that finally they began to call tho Americans by the first two words, which they pronounced "grin go." Hence "Gringo." that contln- - iSSIS GOD'S MEDICINES I S n I ..T 4zy$Fhs?zris!.& Z..ZrA rf & "&. sws,?3'sf WE1TE-H0&- Hamilton valley. I CHARLIE , well-spok- . d, J A w;;;te-mo- o Mr. Eph Mason had a valuable horse to die last week. 373! 23t Broadway LoulsviHs, Kentucky Mr. John Shel ton's house was burn ed on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lamb are reri uvxorwn joicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McQuerry are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby girl at their home. ?tas Mr. Robert Long and Mr. Perry u Milier of Buckeye were the guest of Mr. Wm. McQuerry Sunday. . Misses Dora Douglas and Nannie BentleiJwtrs the guests of Mr. and Mrs. i What ccJel be better for town cr country buildings than a roofing J. A. Owens Saturday and Sunday. that won't bum won't leak that is lightning proof lasts as long Miss Dolly Kinnard was the guest as the building ibelf, and never needs repaiis? of her brother Mr. W. H. Kinnard and Coitright Metal Shingles meet every one cf these requirements. family of Flatwoods, Satuiday and Beware cf imitations None genuine without the words " Cortright Sunday. Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." stsmped on each shingle. There will be preaching at Bethel 2! school house Sunday Dec. the 7th. at tor Sale by it o clock in the morning by Rev. W. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street, Method of Spearing Fish. W. Brock and Rev. Mack Hutchins. j Philadelphia, Pa. In spite of the march of civilization, primthere remains much that is still itive in Sicily, and a curious sight at MiMMDrE'ugu Palermo Is to see the fishermen djgMfrHMrE spearing fish In the harbor by the aid & buckets (says the of There are Wide World Magazine). many corners of the world where fish are speared, but perhaps the use of the bucket In this connection is to be seen only at Palermo. The fishermen lean far over the side of their boats, and hold the bucket on the water with one hand, poking their heads into it as If engaged in the Hallowe'en game of ducking for apples. They hold a spear poised in the free hand, and thus await the arrival of their victims, who are sighted through the glass bottom of the bucket, which acts as a kind of telescope. saiTc-accr- Tit Qf'-v-j n;jaiist Oil H. O Or s istu Bccipes of Charlie Herbalist, for the treatment of nunan ailments. Endorsed in tho Uisle. Thousands of Testimonials. tho SCH2TCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Cnly. Ask your druggist, or write clusive Formulas Tho Ci.".'-uo- Compounded arcording- - to the Original & Ex& 7hite-Koo- n, y It, Body-Toni- c. sflis. charlss iigjus rifgrjUfjig. (ipfpafaariaarraiBirsg glass-bottome- d glass-bottome- d TOBACC Madison The following letter has been sent out by The Tobacco Warehouse Report of the Condition to Tobacco Growers in this and adjoining Counties. We are the pioneers in the loose leaf tobacco market in this city, having built the l first warehouse for that purpose several years ago and have more recently added a structure so we can better handle your crop. We wish to announce to our friends and pratons that our warehouse will be open to receive tobacco on Thursday, November 20th, our first sale being on the following Monday, November 24th. In addition to the buying interests of former years we expect to have with us buyers for several new firms. We are better prepared than ever to handle your tobacco. It is not everyone who knows how to run a sale and get the best prices for tobacco. Like every other enterprise that is a success one must know his business from start to finish. Our lour year's experience will be worth much to you. It will enable us te secure for ycu the best possible price. This you may absolutely depend upon. Our prizing facilities are unsurpassed. As to capacity we have almost double that of any other house here. With the addition of our new steel structure we have 42,000 square feet of floor space, aside from three drive ways which will accommodate 150 wagon loads. We have added stalls that now accommodate 200 horses. Experience has shown that buyers discriminate against badly handled tobacco, especially, as you well know, against that brought in in too high case. Ifou expect to get the best prices you cannot be too careful in handling and grading your crop. We will have exactly the same management that we had last year and which gave such excellent satisfaction. We are expecting a good strong market and it will be our earnest endeavor to make your crop entrusted to our care to bring top notch prices. We hope to have your business and assure you courteous treatment. Follow the crowd and come to the Madispn house. Thanking you for past favors, we remain. Yours very truly, new-stee- Peoples Bank doing business at the town of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky. at The Close op Business on the 14th day of Nov 1913. ItESOUItCKS: .. U erctrafti. secured and unsecured Stocks bonds and other securities One from Banks Cash ou baud Banking House, Fnrulture and Hxtures Total. .. . Loans and Discounts ..... . Kovl9 CATTLE: Shippers Cattle Hogs Sheep Butcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers. extra Goodtochoice Common to fair Cows, extra Goodtochoice Common 35 $C27 25 7 3 0u4 25 Cannen .. 5 75 635 Balls bolognas .. 62V9650 Fattmll CALVES: extra ; 50 ; 7 00 9 25 Fair to good 4 0039 00 Common and large HOGS: good packers and butchers 8 00 B 05 7 90 8 00 Mixed packers tofalr . 7007 15 .675368 1 5o6 65 6 006 2j 5 2)05 85 3 255 00 tlOfd,toO 867 G237 15 Stag Common to choice heavy (at sows. 4 4 00 25 7 00 7 50 Light shippers Figs, (110 lbs and lest) 8IIEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair LAMBS: extra Goodtochoice Common to ialr 7 5O070e 4 10765 25 .".... 8 6.VJJ4, 15 8 00 3 SO G37 2S 6 60 6 90 S.O06 50 Eliza A. Hurt's Administrator, et al, VS. Plaintiffs, NOTICE. Louis Kincaid, et al, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that the Master Commissioner of the G. C. C. will sit in his office beginningSaturday, November 22, 1913 at 9 o'clock to hear and audit claims against the estate of Eliza A. Hurt deceased and he will continue said sitting until Tuesday, November 26, 1913. All persons having claims against the estate of said Eliza A. Hurt are hereby notified to present said claims to the undersigned, properly verified according to law, during said pound. time. W. H. Furr bought a load of corn Witness my hard, this November 19, from Geo. Beasley for $4 a barrel and 1913. a load from Wm. Able at the same W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner price. G. C. C. We will report a wedding next week or the week after. W. H. Furr sold 5 shoats to J. W. Coldiron for $2.50 each. Chas. F. Napier bought a milk cow from R. C. Boian for $45. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Johnson visited at Mrs. Cormney's Sunday. W. H. Furr bought 13 shoats from Chas. F. Napier for ?2.50 a piece. Charley Napier sold a fat cow to Sam Anderson for $3.35 a hundred. Mr. Peter Cormney is visiting Mrs. M. F. Cormney and family this week. Squire J. W. Coldiron bought three hogs from Bailey Starnes for 6 cents a Garrard Circuit Court. i 95.887 18 4,4.11 12,K)4 V2 l.SUIUU 4,108 41 S4 i I m 8.0UO00 S1J1.KH 18 I.TAIilLlTIKS: Capital Stock paid in. in cash.... $ 18,000 00 V.UUO CO Burplns Fund Undivided profits, less expenses (159 and taxes paid Deposits subject to check $92,871 78 Demand Certificate of D-c4& SO uosit Deposits. Postal Savings . 1.2uT 11 91 127 C 2.W4 7.1 Due Banks and Trtiat Companies Total. 1121,82 08 State ol Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss We. E. L. Woods, and R G. Woods. Tresi-deand Cashier of the above named Bauk, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and E. L. WOODS. President belief. R. G. WOODS, Cashier. Subscribed and aworn to before me this 19th day of November, 1913. W. D. Hammack, Notary Public. My Commission Expires Jan 4, 1914. I I S I m M i 8 m If Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. PUgpIIpIH TmnJIsmmmsmmIsM 'BMmmmmmMmMmmiMmMmMm -. . f t J. U ' SsarS.- -