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KY., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914. apisftrgJllrrlMrmiMrrVJ NUMBER 39.' TO THE PEOPLE OF GARRARD COUNTY. Good Advfce WE THANK Make a good start with the for your liberal patronage and support given us in the past year. Our increased business has necessitated quite a number of improvements which has been done. We are now prepared to supply all your New Year by trading with us. Theo Currey. A "White Christmas" after all. Old Sale Called Off. wants in Plumbing and General Hardware We ask and will appreciate your future patronage end trust 1914 will prove a prosperous year for you. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks AT THE BEN ALI THEATRE Lexington, Ky.' ' JANUARY 1st, 2nd, 3rd. MATINEE, 1st, 3rd. OLIVER MOROSCO presents Having changed my plans, my sale advertised for Saturday, Jan 3rd is called off indefinately. There were never as many Christmas A. J. Caddell. trees betore. Proud And Happy Little Miss. And the best gift of all was water. His gift to the people of Lancaster. Little Miss Loretta Elsener, daughLOST:-Gol- d handle Umbrella, with ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Elsener M. L. Caneer. of Charleston W. Va., and grandinitial "S. B. R." daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller of Railroad traffic was unusually heavy this place, won the doll offered by Mrs. thmmrii Lancaster during the holidays. Hattie Ward as a prize to the young even "Old Henry" carried a load every lady receiving the most ballots with day. goods purchased at her store previous to the holidays. The doll was almost empty We have heard of no And if Old Santa as large as the lucky little girl and to in Lancaster. say that she was supremely happy in failed to visit anyone it was an over the possession of it, does not half exsight. press it. Judge "Punkin seed" Prather dons Tax Supervisors Appointed. the ermine in the City Court Jan. 1st. We know his reign will be an impartial Messrs J. P. Bourne, F. B. Marks-burand a wise one. R. K. Swope, T. R. Slavin and The merriest Christmas ever known Davi3 Sutton have been appointed Tax in Lancaster, peace aim uopp.ni. Supervisors for the county and will beseemed to go hand in hand with pros- gin their sittings on next Monday, January 5th and will continue in ses perity in Lancaster. sion for 11 days. "mov-;- r The Record is in the throes of Messrs Frazier G. Hurt, A. H. Bas-ti- n Aw" nnd we now know how to and John Walter Sr. have been apsympathize with the weary housewife pointed Supervisors for the city and upon such occasions. began their sittings on Tuesday of this Contest, which has just week and will continue, from day to The Doll closed at R. S. Brown's Store was won day until their labors are 'completed. by little Miss Anna Bell Turner, she Anderson. winning the first prize. Mr. William Hiatt died at It seems a certainty that Luther his home in Harper Anderson and his Kansas will continue as Chief of Police Herron under the new City administration. We remains were laid to rest at thatplace. He is survived by his wife, who before never had a better one. her marriage was Miss Juia-- LytJe of County and city ,have new officers, otanioro, a sister-- or jar. noBeri. o. with the new year. The Record bids Lytle, who is well known 'in Lancaster, God speed to the out going and Good and by two sons and two daughters, luck to the incoming administration. all of whom are grown and married. He is also survived by two brothers, Election Notice. Messrs Robert Anderson of Missouri A meeting of the stock holders of and Allen Thurman Anderson of this the Garrard Bank & Trust Co, will be place and by six sisters, Mrs. Bettie held in the stock holders room at the Millerof Lexington Ky, Mrs. Mary bank Tuesday afternoon January 13, Harris and Nellie Vorhees of Indian 1914 at 2 o'clock, for ths purpose of apolis Ind., Mrs. Cyrus Daleyof Garelecting officers for the ensuing year. rard county, and Mrs. Dollie Brown and Miss Amanda Anderson of J. W. Elmore, Cashier. lake. y, Santa did bring us water fcr our With the closing day of this year ends the responsibility assumed eight years ago, when with the usual oath of office we took up the duties of County Attorney of your County." Whether in that long period of official service we have accomplished for the progress and betterment of the County what was promised and expected you alone must judge. Be your opinion as it may, we can give up the commission of authority incidental to the office with the satisfaction that we have, at least. done our best. Changed conditions in the County have come during this time. Places where once the criminal ! appetite ,was fed and where was fostered arJ4 encouraged a disregard for law have 'disappeared! General peace M and good fellowship prevails throughout the entire County. Those old of- U fenders who once revelled in crime and were a constant menace to the peace and quiet in the communities of the Is County have either been brought to decent and tolerable conduct or conditions have caused such to seek more congenial communities in other parts of this or other States We congratu late the good citizens of Garrard County in its present condition of good order. The modest part we have had in it all makes us deeply grateful that you have been so generous as to give us an opportunity to render some public service. In deciding not to ask for further public favor in this connection, we voluntarily retired with the hope trsj the people would name as oursuccessor our friend and former business associate, Mr. G. C. Walker, and we now Wholesale and Retail Hardware. rejoice in his good fortune and trust that his success in performing the duties of this important office may meet Lancaster, Ky. the best wishes of his host of friends. The many expressions of confidence in the good purposes that have controlled iiirlMi7HllTailMairrLBrrHiarrHJIii llMjTgMiinijTiS'rSl us in the performance of our duties, during all this time with suggestions of regret upon our retirement, from I friends without regard to political affiliation is gratifying indeed. The op portunity came to us through the democratic organization in the nomina tion and renomination to the office. We recognize our deep obligation to the party and hope to be useful to the organization and helpful to its nomi nees in the future. Now, with the highest hope for the future progress ii 5n and greatness of our County and with igji gj heart full of appreciation for the help and honor given me by our generous people of this County, I am gratefully yours, J. E. Robinson Mlfiti. !ifii(HMffiyffi!!J ll Irni ACCOUNT u I 1 for 1913 is now itemized and ready. g Please Call and Pay It. HASELDEN BROS. 1 H" 'FlErMPFl a ltj Don't Buy a STOVE or RAISGB m i . ONE YEAR Of THE HARNESS. PEG 1 0 iWY HEART fLAURETTE TAYLOR'S CREATIVE SUCCESS; By J. Hartley Manners Splendid Cast and Production Solid Year Court Theatre N.Y. 50, 1.00, 1.50 2.00 MATINEE, 25, 50, PRICES NIGHT, 25, $1.00 Testimonial From High Authority mp fl t A . The deceased was born in Lancaster in 1839, and was the oldest son of the The rain and snow of the past week late Alexander and Susan Anderson has placed about seven feet of water and was connected with some of the in "Lake Placid", ana unier nerron leading families of the county. He 1ms turned the water on, he announces was at one time engaged in business for good, and for all purposes. The pros in Lancaster, together with his brothpects are now for an ample sufficiency er, Mr. A. T. Anderson and the late of water, and with judicious use of it Mr. Alexander Dunn. He was an upthe lake should supply all right, honorable in future and highly respected requirements. citizen. About twenty five years ago he went to Kansas, locating at Harper, Haid On The Kiddies. where he has since engaged in the The holidays during the year 1914 hardware and implement business. The news of his illness came last will fall on the following days: January 1st. Thursday, Washington's week to his relatives here, and was birthday, Feb. 22d, Sunday. Decoration quicKly followed by the announcement day, May 30th. Saturday, Independence of his death. day, July 4th. Saturday, Labor day, Great sympathy is expressed for the alwavs the first Monday in beptemner, family in their bereavement. Thanksgivinh day, Thursday, of course Will T. Burdett Dies Suddenly At Junction and Christmas day on Friday. Water Tamed On Again. Busy At Postofhce. City. Mrs. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn., is famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cakes. They are shipped to all parts of the Globe for special affairs where the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, as in former years, Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinction of making the President's Christmas Cake, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto ia: "To have complete success with no failures, care should be used in (election of Baking Powder." From all over the country comes re ports of unusually heavy business at the Dostoffices. and Lancaster was no exception to the rule, as can be testifi ed to by everyone who visited the local everybody. office, and this means However, postmaster West and his force handled the rush rapidly and there was no room for complaint. For every day during the season the rural carriers were veritable traveling Santa Claus'. Gets Too Gay In Opera House. CALUMET Exposition, Chicago and Paris, France, 1912. BAKING POWDER Herndon Burnside, colored, took on much Christmas last Thursday night and created a disturbance in the gallery at the Opera House. He was ejected and placed in jail to ponder over night upon his actions, and the following day before Judge Harris, confessed and paid a fine of. $10. and costs. "Huck" as this bov is known is an unusually quiet colored boy, and his lapse of propriety is due to an over indulgence in his Christmas celebra- too -- . Jtion. Prof; FraHS Is Gratefkl. Some little time ago I made a careful study and investigation of the baking powder subject and I feel fully repaid. I am firmly convinced from thf result I have received that there is no baking powder to equ& Calumet for wholesomeness and economy, and I also recommend Calumet Baking Powder for it never failing results. Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilson. December 9. 1913. Prof. B. F. Evans resumed his school at Scotts Fork, Stone, and not Three Forks of Sugar Creek, as has been heretofore stated in the,Record,on last Mon day morning. Prof. Evans asks the Record to express his sincere appreciation and gratitude to the people of Lancaster for the many kindnesses shown him since hi" recent- - accident and during this confinement to his room.- - Calumet also received the Highest Awards at the World's Pure Food la. Buy a can of Calumet Baking Powder at once, and use jt in your Holiday Bakings, making your Christmas Cakes r -. - as good as the President's. ft -t- J Mr. William T. Burdett was found dead in his bed at Junction on Christmas eve morning, Dec. 24th. Mr. Burdett had been complaining of a cold, but otherwise was in his usual health. His death was due to heart disease. The funeral services were held atParksville at 11 o'clock on Christmas day after which the remains were placed at rest in the cemetery at Parks-villHe is survived by one brother Mr. George D. Burdett, of the Centrai Life Insurance Co., and one sister. Miss Mollie Burdett, both of whom reside in Louisville. The deceased was about 47 years of age and was the youngest son of the Rev. James Burdett, a minister of the He was born in Christian church. Somerset, but his young manhood was spent in Lancaster, where he is well and favorably remembered "Peaches" Burdett, as he was familiarly known was one of the most popular young men who ever resided here. Gifted with a brilliant mind and a sunny disposition, he made friends of all with whom he came in contact, and that memory is faithfully cherished in the hearts of many Lancaster people to this day, and many is the silenjtear that will be shed at the knowledge of his demise. Will Burdett some years ago left Lancaster going to Chicago, where he held a position of responsibility in ,the office of the City Auditor, but declin ing health forced him to seek a, milder climate, arid he located in Junction City, where at, the time of his death he was.book-keeperfa lumber firm. e. nt or It has now Deen one year since we became editor of the Record. It being our first undertaking in journalism with timid faith in the outcome, we entered the field with some misgivings. But with an efficient and able office force and assistants the years success has far exceeded our fondest hopes, for thi3 has been the Records most successful year in its long life. Not financial success, for we have expended in new equipment and what we think preparation for future work, all and more that might have been profit, but success in that we have near twice the number of readers than one year ago, success in that we have given to our readers a journal for the year with clean and reliable news, and we hope such editorial comments as causes our readers and patrons to welcome the Rscord to their homes for their own enlightenment and as a helper tor the family. The public will be gratified to know that the entire present office force will remain with us next year. We will be in our new home in the Central Record Building on Richmond street by the time the next issue is published. With the changes and additions to the rooms and with our new equipment makes it all easier for us and our force, and the location of our business most accessible and convenient to our friends and patrons. The many complimentary expressions and words of satisfaction from our readers stimulates us to better and larger undertakings for the years work we are now entering. Of course, we.have no further ambition than the Record be a good local journal, the best that can be made. But with a circulation almost doubled, and with a goed prospect for it to continue to increase, makes our news paper community much larger.and enables us to bring many more people in touch with each other and with our city. We shall continue to actively encourage the development of the business interest of our county and city. Our best thought shall be used for the cause of education, and our educational department will get in closer touch with the schools and the educational bodies of the county, during the year. We hope to so interest the young men and women growing up in the community, your 'sons and daughters, in the future opportunities for success at home, that will stimulate a sentiment in them to stay and develop the resources of our own country, rather than seek and try for fortune in distant states. It is the desire of the editor that the readers of the Record feel that its purpose is to bring progress and betterment to them and their comraunities.and we seek your interest ancLhelp irrour effort in this undertak ing. It is our sincere desire to so con tinue in the work that your affection for and confidence in your home paper will grow and justify a continuation of yout assistance, encouragement and The Editor. patronage. v-- until you get my PRICES T DOIVFANTQ Xkl v--p. 3E numniiuj xy i- ,-i Happy New Year TO YOU AND YOURS. We wish to thank you for the business you have given us in the year past. LWe certainly have appreciated it, and hope our relations may be as pleasant in the future as they have been in the past. Davidson & Doty. Phone 181. . SL & W-- M? VXi wrZ.. ?. SaS .cTjtfu-- V j- t. 45- . ".. . jb?3 Page 2 The Central Record, Thurs Jan. 1,1914. Week By Week. ( Lawsen School Honor Roll For December. Southern Railway. PREMIER CARRIER aSTfin Sn nor WirPKEach Week Appear the Statements 0f citi 1st Grade. Ebbie Lawson, Paul Lancaster Residents. Furr, Lillian Sutton, W. H. Furr. 2nd. Grade. Henry Curtis Robins, Rubie Mae Miiler, Burnett Miller, Evaree Edwards, Bessie Wilcox. 3rd. Grade. Lizzie Mae Elam, Wesley Miller. 4th. Grade. I Easter Hammons, Katie Miller, Stella Lawson, Jennie Mae Lawson, Azile Elam, Lee Robins. Beulah Lon Edwards, Wilmoth Sutton, Lucy Coldiron. 6th. Grade. Essie Ballard. 8th. Grade. Sallie Elam. The following pupils will receive gifts for not having missed a day of school. Jennie Mae Lawson, Stella Lawson, Ebbie Lawson. Wilmoth Sutton, Lillian Sutton, Aaile Elam, Easter Hammons, W. H. Furr, Jr.. Bessie Wilcox. I q zen. who spoke. The week before,- - it was a Lancaster citizen who spoke. Direct Line to The week before, and for many weeks before it was a Lancaster citizen who spoke. And again this week it is a Helpless From Lancaster man. You Who Were Persons are not asked to act upon the word of a stranger. The Disease Rise Up Almost As If best guidance that is humanly possible to give you the encouraging word of neighbors, is always given. By A Miracle After Using Will C. Davis, Danvilie Pike, LanTwo Through Trains Daily. caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Strange, New Liquid. Leave Danville at 5:25 a. m. 5:40 p. m. Pills have done me more good than Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.m 9:10 p. m. anything else and I can recommend Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m. A message from Fort Wayne, Ind, them to everyone. My kidney action Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor I says many persons in that city are was irregular and I had backache" Car on day train. No change. usea uoans rills ana they re now in a turmoil over many astonishLocal Train. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. ing cures reported by persons who lieved me." For any information write, "When Your Back is Lame Remem have used the strange new liquid, Root B. HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Juice, which has creeted so much en- ber the Name." Don't simply ask for Storks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. thusiasm in Atlanta and other southern a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the samethatMr. cities. Mrs. J. Schondell, who lives at 610 Davis had the remedy backed by some Madison St., Fort Wayne, claims to testimony. 50c all store.. Foster Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. have suffered for years with rheu matism which became so bad that she I'KEACHEKSVILLK. was helpless. She had tried doctors and patent medicines without results (Delayed Letter.) and had about given up hope when the Mrs. P. E. Parrish is quite sick. wonderful power of the famous Root Juice treatment became known. Mr. Fado Parks has gone to Shelby The startling story of her recovery county. Compounded according' to the Original & Exis best told in her own words, taken Mr. W. T. Richardson, has gone to clusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Muo- n, from a signed statement which she oaiem, ma. Herbalist, for the treatme.it Th recently gave out. Regarding her case Mr. C. Crecilius, of Garrard, was of huii'.an ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Mrs. Schondell says; "I was unable to nere aunaay. the Thousands of Testimonials. move and had to be carried from one i Miss Jennie Ray visited homefolks SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. place to another. After trying doctors near Juuson, Ky. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or writo Ttr Csvibo; ifcrtsIH and medicines without success, I beMr. George Naylor, visited his gan using the Root Juice and can say brother, Mr. John Naylor. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N mhtesre nsaa that when I had taken two bottles I Messrs Eugene and Owen Duvall, Louisville, Kentucky was able to walk without assistance have been working at Stanford. a s&seE jars 3731 West Broadway and am now once more taking care of Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Naylor, of my household duties. The medicine. Point Leavell. visited at John Nay saved my life." lor's. Mr. D. M. Anderson, sold a bunch of Excited. Atlanta Still 180 pound hogs to Cres3, Jones & Co. following drinks bottled by the Try the Atlanta people continue to report at 6 cts. many strange and wonderful benefits Mr. J. M. Lunsford, and family that are following the use of the new have moved into the M. O. Kennedy Root Juice medicine in that city. residence. Persons who suffered from indiges mr. ana airs, uurcn wester, ot near tion, loss of appetite, pains, belching, Stanford, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. M. bloating and distress after eating, Anderson. COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. constipation, biliousness, headaches The Baptist Sunday 'school sent a and similar ailments due to functional disturbances of the stomach, liver. nice box to the Baptist Orphans Home at Louisville kidneys and bowels, say that the first Mr3. Elizabeth Barker, who has been few doses bring relief. The appetite visiting relatives here returned to her increases, strength returns and the home in Crab Orchard. general condition improves. Mr. R. G. Pettus, and family, have Mr. Andrew Barney, residing at 624 Decatur St., who has been a sufferer moved to the farm recently purchased from stomach, liver and kidney troub from Mr J. F. Holtzclaw. le for over two years, in a statement Rev. E. B. Thornton, of Fairhope, issued for publication said: "I suffered Ga., is visiting the families of W. C. dreadfully from indigestion, belching, Cummins and Jones L. Anderson. headaches and pains in the small of my Mr. Grover McKechnie, who is a back. At times I had no appetite and live wire in the insurance business, at other times I could not sleep. I was visited his sisters. Mrs. R. G. Pettus, nervous, irritable and worry soma and and Miss Jean McKechnie. felt all run down. I used the new Mr. Root Juice medicine only two weeks Mis Arthur Miller, of near here, and Young, of near Highland, but already, feel a great deal better. were Hattie in united marriage at Stanford, My indigestion is nearly gone, I can last week. The eat ajfmost anything and for the first son of Mr. and groom is 28 and the Mrs. J. F. Miller, and time in two years I sleep fine. Before is f a whole-soule- d taking this Root Juice treatment I man of exemplary industrious young LEMON, CREAM SODA. habits, while his tried six different medicines and four bride is 21 and as pretty as she is doctors." Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of popular, and is the daughter of Mr. The new medicine can now be ob- and Mrs. Henry Young. bottle drinks. They are pure, clean and d tained at any good, drug Mr. J. L. Hutchins, formerly of this store and in view ot the wonderful place, wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by but now of Danville, came over benefits being derived from its use to visit his farm S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the near here on day last would seem advisable for all home week, after he had attended to the direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. people who seek health to at least give business on hand he gave the pupils of it a thnught. our Consolidated School a bountiful treat of candies. The pupils express themselves as wishing an early return ''MfrispiLIIri! Mt&M3Mx&Sm&immB&. W:MwZMfiHi&. m of their genial visitor and hope he can make a longer stay next time. E. C. Million, Pres. T. J. Curtis, Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E. Deatherage, Treas. & Rev. E. B. English, who has been the pastor of the Baptist church for the past year, tendered his resignation at the business meeting Saturday. Sunday morning he preached an eloquent sermon, the subject being "Heaven." On Sunday night he Incorporated. JS preached from the subject. "Labor DIRECTORS Phsne 100. Capital Stock $33,000 Not for The Meat which Perisheth". E. C. Millicn, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. The house was crowed at each service. After the services Sunday night the RICHMOND, KY., Dec 23rd, 1913. j members took leave of their pastor To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: with a farewell handshake and many eyes were dimmed with tears as the meeting came to a close. A year of over one million pounds We have sold over our floors thus jg unselfish service with the saints at of the new crop burley tobacco, and while we have not reached this place had endeared Rev. English to the hearts of everyone with whom the extreme top prices for separate baskets, we have had a better he came in contact. The respect and & general average than we had last year, We have every reason to love was mutual, and both the pastor HI believe that our prices will be uniform throughout the entire season. . and the church 'had labored together in perfect harmony. There had been a The following are some of the best prices obtained. fruitful harvest under his able leadership, the cause of Christ had been Forest Calico, avg 17.75, D. N. Long, W. T. Sebastin, average advanced, and Zion was triumphing avg 17.75 Coy & Curtis, avg 18.00, Coy & Prewitt, avg 18.00, Elsmid over the powers of Satan. & Curtis, avg Noland, avg Some two months ago Rev. English received a call from Stanford church We have never made statements' to mislead any one, make no claims but those which he considered in connection with founded upon facts, and we wish again to repeat. Preachersville church as his pastorate for the next year. Some time later he Its That we give every seller an absolutely square deal whether he sells thousands received a call to Berea church and of pounds or hundreds. intended to still continue as pastor 2nd. We are finaneialy responsible. here in the event he accepted their call, 3rd. We can and do secure just as much for your tobacco as any house in the thus filling the pulpit here one Sunday world for same grades of tobacco. a month. But the State Mission Board 4th. We have plenty room for you and for your teams. which is supplementing for the Berea church, demanded full time of Rev. 5th. We have an up to date commodious Warehouse with every knowu facility to English for the Berea church. After handle your tobacco. prayerful deliberation Rev. English 6th Our two houses are connected by a viaduct, the old house used as a prizing decided to resign his pastorate here plant, where several of the largest buyers prize all tobacco purchased in this market. and accept the Berea pastorate where 7th. We.haye had four years experience in the loose leaf business, which is worth he will have a much larger field for his labors. It it with much regret the a great 'deal to you but costs you not a penny. church gives .him up at this place but We' urge'you if you have never SQld with us to ask your neighbor who has, if our wish him Godspeed in the latter field. every years we OF. THE SOUTH. Last week it was a Lancaster Children Cry for Fletcher's Seem Miraculous SSl Louisville, StLouis and The West. SffI!t&IRS3!5!33S33KK33SK3S The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of -- . and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. AUow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. r7 W4fti Just-as-goo- d" HAMILTON VALLEY. Mr. Wm Barnes has movad to Mr. Thomas Fryei called on his best girl Sunday. Mi. W. S. Parsons sold a work mule to Mr. Mose Cottrel. Mr. Ebb Bentley has been confined to his room with rheumatism. Mr. J. H. Hamilton sold a milk cow to Mr. Green Adams price $35. Mr. John Brock bought a milk cow from Mr. Melvin Stinnett price $45. Mr. Richard Lear said his tobacco in Lancaster Monday for 12 cents a lb. Mr. Steve McQuerry of Buckeye ha3 moved on Mr. J. H. Hamilton farm. Mrs. Emily KinnarJ sold lb, nogs to Air. tenters for 6J cents per 6-- Mil-bu- rn ts y Herbs OH, Parea Castoria goric, Drops and .Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2arcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshncss. For more than thirty years it has heen in constant use for the relief .of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. C ASTORIA What is substitute for Castor is harmless GOD'S MEDICINES GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of B, 2L&& In Use For Oyer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Mis. 10. Mr. J. H. Hamilton bought 1300 lb3. of tobacco of Mr. Joe Lear for 8 cents per lb. r 111 - Cola Sam ary Bottlin Mr. ana Mrs. J. II. Hamilton spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. F. M Montgomery of Mt. Hebron. Mr. John Kinnard tnd Miss Nannie Rothwell were united in the Holy bonds of matrimony on Thursday Dec. 25 at the home of Mr. J. N. Hulette. The bride is the daughter of Mrs.Gideon Rothwell the groom is the son of Mr3 Emily Kinnard and the late C. C. Kin nard ol this place ana is a prosperous young farmer. NOTICE T O MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. AL- LEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid grape drink. Diamond STANFORD. (Delayed Letter.) Crystal Ginger Ale. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange, well-stocke- J. 'JrsrrrUfiTSJanSJllrU The Malison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Mrs. H, C-- Wray, of Danville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Woodie Hale. 1 Mrs. John Meir, of Highland spent Monday with her daughter. Mrs. C. L. Gover. Miss Mary Higgins, of Rockhill Presbyterian College, is at home for Christmas. in Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Munns, have III. to spend gone to East St. Louis, Christmas. Mrs. G. G. Perry and daughter. Bet- tie, have gone to be with Mrs. Perry's brother, Mr. Green Igo, who is quite sick. Mrs. D. S. Bromley and little daugb Save it by bringing your corn to our mill and have it crushed and ter, Gurtrude, will leave the last of the week to visit friends and relatives sacked by the load. Is will go twice as far and your stock will do at Virginia. much better. We grind daily. Messrs W. H. Overstreet, Arnold Brady, William Darson Price, Alfred Farmer, and James Tribble, motored to High Bridge Sunday. Mrs. T. W. Pennington, and little daughter, Ann Frances, left Saturday to be the guest of Mrs. R. W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg, Dr. Pennington accompanied them, but returned Sunday. News has beer, received here that 1 Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Balbach are rejoicing over the arrival of a son. Mrs. Balbach was Miss Marie Mahoney daughter of Rev. R. B. Mahoney formally of this place. Messrs Harris and Thomas Coleman, of the University of Virginia, Lester O'Bannon of State; William Yager and Hugh Reid Foster, of Millersburg Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. Military Institute; and Miss Mary McKinney, of Harcourt Elizabeth Place School Gambier, Ohio are at home for the holidays Phone 27 before start to market with your Tobacco and get one of our best 2 oz Tobaccoyou Growers. Canvas Tarpaulins. We have them all sizes 14x18 Canvas Tarpaulins $12.00. 16x20 Canvas Tarpaulins $ 14.00. Best Fish Brand Slicker Coats $2.50. FEED IS HIGH. Becker, Ballard L Co, BRYANTSV1LLE, Ky. We Write Anv Kind of i INRURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER THE NATIONAL BANK k P far 111 iyj jSJ fg)j Nervoas? fj writes: "For three sum- mers. I suffered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardui, the woman's tonic, relieved me entire ly. I fee! like another person, now." Mrs. Walter Vincent, of Pleasant Hill, N. C, f OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. gA $17.00, 'ga l5J I () Jfa )EN!1Y. President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. 1 Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Glix, Book-Keepe- r. 20.25, Jerry $18.75. Safety Jfyj Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. M YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. TAKE dl$ J Cardui The Woman's Tonic for over 50 years, Cardurhas been helping to relieve women's unnecessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for Its use cannot harm you, and should surely do you UW fA I I REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- claim' warrants make, and to compare treatment of them in the past four any other house, in the country, If these claims are true simply get in line our prices with with the crowd and bring us your tobacco. Thanking you for your confidence and your business, We are '' Very truly yours, cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, mis- w if ery and legal expense. Put your valuable papers in one of The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. ti our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. SSjlJijinSJiJiijUy igiiiinleriua JS: " The Garrard Bank & Trust Company !" v t: The Central Record, Thurs, Jan 1,1914. IIUCKKYK. Miss Page 3 mmBXm &mmmn2. 03 Barbara Gully entertained at Public Sale. Having decided to dispose of my Interest here, I will on, SATURDAY, JAN. 10th, 1914 offer at public sale, "my farm, known as the Fred Sutton farm, three miles North, on the Lexington pike, containing 80 acres, well improved, consisting of a good seven room dwelling, tobacco barn 44x60, small stock barn and other out buildings. The land is in a good state of cultivation and is well adapted to the production of tobacco and hemp. I will also sell one good family mare in foal to Jack; 1 sorrel mare, ten years old and a good worker; 1 suckling mule colt; 1 excellent milk cow and calf; 20 head of sheep; several hogs; 50 shocks of fodder; hay; and corn in crib. All farming implements and few household goods, In the event the farm is not sold, it will bo rented for the year 1914. 'PEG O' MY HEART. AT BEN ALL A notable uica0,(:():'( rauis, ti- - When Your Blood-i- Right Your Whole System s her home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A C. Miles visited relatives in Jessamine Co., last week. Mrs. Frank Pierce of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs. Oscar Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter attended the funeral of Mr. Will Watts at Nicholasviile Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray attended the funeral of Mr. A. D. Hunter at Nicholasviile Wednesday. Miss Linda Locker from the D. & D. Institute at Danville spent the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Brous- ton Locker. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Miles of Nicholas ville and Miss Frances Miles of Louisville have returned to their homes after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. is Right. TODAY If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late but Order . The Hot Springs Remedy a Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, FAULTY DIGESTION. Quickly Scatters The Nervous Immediate Action Necessary Try a. System of sale. Terms liberal and announced on day Sale begins at 10 o'closka.m. W. C. GREENING. Capt. A. M. Bourne. Auct. And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blocd and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. Bottles--- ? 18.00 Full Course Treatment-S- ix Singles Bottle--$5.0- 0 We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private 803 Hot Springs Medicine Company, 2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. 1-- J. C. STONE, President. ivvv J. Vice-Preside- When you feel irritable, tired and despondent when you have nervous twitchings, specks before the eyes, headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, indigestion and pains in the colon and bowels you suffer from indigestion, which soon develops into dyspepsia the chief cause of nerve exhaustion you need at once. is not a cure-albut a scientific remedy that surely ends stom ach misery. It builds up and strength ens the stomach vails and glands, im proves quickly the digestive system. Then the vital force and nerve energy is restored, imparting strength and good spirits to the discouraged, and down and weak. Do not suffer another day. Get a Tablets at fifty cent box of ' R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mi-o-Mi-o-l, Mi-o-- Not So Crusty. Though immortally labeled "Crusty Christopher" by Tennyson, "Christopher North" was not without his amiable side. Public Sale. Having sold mv faam, I will on TUESDAY, JAN. 6th, 1914 At 10 o'clock a. m. on my farm, two miles East of Lancaster on the Richmond pike, known as the Conn farm, offer for sale the following personal property. Four brood mares in foal to Jack, two aged mules.five two-yea- r old mules two cows, will be fresh in March, six brood sows, all of which will farrow about March 1st, twenty shoats, weight about SO pounds, 65 barrels of corn in crib, 250 bales no. 1 clover hay, 450 bales of good straw, two stacks of sheaf oats, one new Mowing machine. New Kentucky wheat drill, with fertilizer and seed attachment, one cultivator, two breaking plows, two doub- wagons, one i le shovels, two I cutting harrow, one smoothing harrow, one drag, one corn planter. A lot of i wagon and plow harness, one sled, one one horse wagon, good buggy and har ness, lot of good locust post and other useful farming tools too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale. All sums of Ten Dollars and under, cash in hand, over that amount a credit of twelve months with negotiable note, bearing six per cent interest from date, payable at the. National Bank of Lancaster. DR. W. URNETT. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct. two-hor- M. GENTRY, R. L. BAKER, Secretary and LUTHER STIVERS, Sales Manager. Treasurer. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse 60. AUCTIONEERS: INCORPORATED. G. H. BAKER and G. H. AKERS. Lexington and vicinity at the Ben AH, 1, 2 and 3rd, matinee Jan. 1st and ara. In "Peg O My Heart" the comedy of youth by J. Hartley Manners which has captivated a continent and enthralled New York, the dramatic centre of this country, for over a year, playing to capacity business at the Court Theatre, New York. "Peg O' My Heart" was written for those who like a sweet, tendercomedv, full of laughter and tears, with a natural heroine in it. There is a consist ent element of freshness in her nature that keeps the audience surprised and interested, and in Miss Florence Mar tin, Oliver Morosco picked a charming young actress to enact this slip of an insn lassie. i, res v ixmneii is me caugnier ot. an who sent her to England to visit her uncle. The uncle dies while she is on the way, and leaves a will that is a guide post to her future. The desd man leaves one thousand pounds a year, to be paid to Mrs Chichester, Peg's haughty and aristocratic aunt, provided she will see to Peg's upbringing. Because her bank has just failed she consents to this clause in the will and receives Peg into the midst of her family. But it is from the moment that Peg, with a frayed bag under one arm and a more frayed mongrel under the other arm, enters the scene that the real play begins. She has a lovely brogue, a lot of common sense, and an uncommon amount of quaint Irish wit. Peg has a troublesome time of it from the moment of her entrance, for she has bcn a natural unfettered soul, and is made to live up to all sorts of social rules about which she knows nothing. Incidentally Peg keeps the daughter of the house from eloping with a married man, while she herself runs away with the heart of Jerry, who, as it turns out in the third act, is a baronet, hen guardian, and bank director, besides being a jolly good fellow. Oliver Morosco has supplied a fitting production to J. Hartley Manners fascinating and sparkling comedy, and the cast is a notable one including Isabel Vernon, Colin Campbell, Maude Allan, David Proctor. May Horap, Pell Trenton, Reginald Carringtons Earle Craddock, etc. attraction is promised for Jan. i W CLEAN Clen Lily FLOUR. d PURE T. n, ..... Why Clean? i Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. Why Pure? Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. Why Sanitary? Because under high Vaciuum pressuifc to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. Why Wholesome? 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. Q GARRARD MILL-JIN- SBXGXGlHrtrrJIJriilS) CO. Mj wKfe- - ft 2 Q 3 -- c C 0 S5 CjJ - &T t- wis 8 BRYANTSVILLE. 22 -) 2 - u Luther Stivers, John and Clyde Buckley, Leslie Knight, J. C. Stone, Morgan Gentry and D. W. Scott Boosters for the following houses. Warehouses. Stivers Lexington Shelburne Managers. Luther Stivers and Gayle Coleman. John L. and Clyde Buckley. Central Growers J. C. Stone and J. Leslie Knight. D.W. Scott, R. L. Baker and Henry S.Walker J. Morgan Gentry. We Can Save You Time and Money. The five houses of the Lexingtou Tobacco Warehouse Company, (Inc.) have saved their customers of their selling charges on their tobacco. The Lexington market sold last week, 3,104,935 pounds at a general average of $12.42 per hundred pounds. Our five houses sold 1,018,470 pounds, of this amount at a general average of $12.60 per hundred pounds, making a net gain for our customers of J 8 cents per hundred pounds. This proves to the tobacco raisers what it means for them to let experienced tobacco men sell their tobacco for them. The following crops will give you an idea of some of the averages made the past week; Reeves & McCoy, Garrard County 35S0 lb, Average $16.48, Hager and Stephens, Garrard County, 1910 lb3 Average $15.23, Onstott & Simpson, Garrard County, 4700 lbs Average S16.90. Yarrington & Scyther, Fayette County. 1915 lbs Average $18.75, W. D. Watts & Adams, Fayette County, 4250 lbs Average $16.47, Showalter & Burk, Scott County, 85151bs, Average $17.31. The highest basket bringing $27.00. The market closed for the holidays on Friday Dicember 19th. and will open again on Monday December 29th, and we expect heavier sales from now on. All of our houses are open every day, bpth day and night, ready to receive your tobacco. It means just as m jch to us as it does to you to get you high prices for your tobacco, for we want to send you home a satisfied customer. Bring your tobacco in during Christmas week, so you can have it on Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or the past week about one-ha- lf It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THE sale the opening day. Should you want any further information call us over the Phone Lexington No. 964. Central Record. JAMES C. STONE, President. Lexington Opera House, 3 Nights, 2 Matinees, Commencing Jan Henry W. Savage offers in all its massive grandeur a return engagement or the supreme success or generations LISTEN TO TRUTH The Largest Musical and Dramatic Organization ever toured. THE UNEQUALED, UNABRIDGED, UNCHANGED DRAMATIC SPECTACLE with a dramatic ensemble of 150 people and an entire jjj JSP ? 39k Jriflu E M W Symphony Orchestra Ilk 1 its JiW 19! v HH flfi TTr inui t, i nis TT1 is not a tt Koaa or T- - ".No. 2" Company it is the only Evervwoman comDanv playing America. This organization without a change in cast or equipment goes almost direct from here to New York city for an. engagement of six weeks. Do not delay in ordering seats. The demand will be enormous. TRUTH Mrs. R. K. Swope entertained at a family dinner Monday. f Mr. Billy King attended the Xmas cg dance at Richmond last week. Miss Annette Jennings was the guest of relatives at Lancaster last Week, B. F. HUDSON, President. Mrs. Hogan Ballard is at home after J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. a visit to her mother, Mrs. H. L. Elder. W. O. P.IGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. r. J, Walker. Jr.. J. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boner, of Jesse- ri W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. mine, spent Tuesday with Mrs. C. C. Becker ORGANIZED 18S3. Miss Anna Kay Jenkins and Master John Gallaher were in Cincinnati a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley. Deane attendOF LANCASTER. KY. ed the funeral of Mr. Watts, at Nicholasviile, Sunday. S Miss Helen Robinson, of Lancaster, visited Miss Mary Nell Farlee for a This bank is supervised by the United States Government few days teis week. it our deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Mr. Henry Sandidge. sf Boyle, was things. Deposit with us, and you can help U3, and we can help you. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. KenMake this bank YOUR bank. nedy a few days last week. i Mrs. Frank Campbell and Miss Evelyn, Mrs. Cam King and children, 'of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. J, C. Williams. Miss Edna Berkley, of Hamilton College, and Miss Allie Dunn, of Tenn. were the guests this week of Miss Patty Belle Burke. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose, return ed to their home at Scranton, Pa. Sunday affer a two weeks' visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. Mrs. G. A. Bowling entertained with an elegant dinner Friday in honor of 1 Dr. and Mrs. Sam Rose. Mrs. R. L. Rose was hostess at dinner on Thursday in their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob King, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Cam King and children of Louisville and Mrs. Carrie Grinstead of Somerset, were guests Tuesday of Mrs. J. C. Williams at dinner. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Ballard, Mrs. Eliza Ballard and Miss Mayme Lee Ballard went to Lexington Thursday to see :Everywoman" and "Peg 'O My Heart". They were the guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams entertained Wednesday night with a "Watch Party". About 65 invitations were issued and most of them were accepted. So it will pay you to fall in line with the majority of people and The house was beautifully decorated come to THE INDEPENDENT. We have the first sale after Xmas in red and green. Jar-ing'tn- e entire evening, frappe was which will be Dec 29th, at 9 o'clock, and will be glad for you to come in served in the dining room. The punch and see how the market opens and watch as conduct our sale. bowl being presided over by Misses Below we give the average of some of the best crops we sold past week Evelyn Campbell, of Louisville and H. Bennings, Fayette county, 1440 lbs, average 18.84. Katherine Grinstead, of Somerset, the Eads & Hager, Jessamine county. 2910 lbs. average $18 58. attractive nieces of Mrs. Williams. Davis & Goodrich, Fayette county, 4610 lbs, average $18.00. They were toth daintily gowned in white. Games were played during the Tipton & Dadson, Clark county, 10740 lbs, average $16.3'J. evening and a very delicious salad JBerry & Walton, Fayette county, 4500 Its, aveiage ?15.38. course was served. Music was furnish Baker & Jenkins, Jessamine county, 3390 lbs, average $15.00. ed by a stringed orchestra. At the We thank our patrons for their business up to Holidays and hope to serve stroke of twelve the New Year was Very truly yours, in with much merriment. Mrs tham the rest of the season. ushured Williams was assisted in looking after the pleasure cf her guests by Mrs. Frank Campbell, of Louisville. This is the first large social affair that Mrs. Williams has given since moving into her elegant new home and everyone present had a most delightful time and left feeling that Mr. and Mrs. Williams had proved themselves the most charm- ling hosts. u, e1 Book-Keepe- We Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. The Independent Tobacco Warehouse leads all houses up to the Holidays with pounds and prices, handling 2,0 5,965 pounds. The market has sold 8,264,d65 lbs. at an average of $ 2.32. Our average is $12.59 So we have sold almost one fourth of the tobacco, and our average is r27cts above the markets average. INDEPENDENT TOBACCO WAR'H'SE THE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. . 0 Page 4 . The Central Record, Thurs Jan- - 1,1914. M Our January CLEARANCE SALE Begins Thursday , January The Central Record one-time -- 1st All Tailored Siaits rai: IHalf Price. All Children and Womens Cloaks at Half Price. All one piece Dress Goods at Half Price. Everything in White Goods, Hosiery, Dress Goods, Cut Glass, China, Plated Ware, in fact every thimg reduced, except Sterling Silver, which the manufacturers will not permit us to cut. . A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. Danville, Kentucky. doubt he bad all sorts. of strange vis- only has the name of the porary of Stanford of gross misrepre- Hardin should be charged with all the siblity assumed and the amount of New City Administration. ions and thought ,he .saw curious Hon. Henry Jackson appeared in the sentation and willful too, because our doings of the editor of the Record time and labor required of the office On January 1st there will be a change holder. sights. Record since we became the editor paper goes to his desk by exchange because they are friends. incorporated. in the City administration of Lancasyear. Saufley, experience, of mankind has connecting him with the Congressional each week and has been all the time Let us apply this same reasoning to $1.00 a Issued Weekly. ter. Mayor Hugh T. Logan will voProgram For Week Of Prayer. taught that it is hard indeed for a race: and our files are open for ex- and he could have known better. We you, Mr. Saufley. You are known to luntarily retire, giving place to Mr. L. man of your ze, at least, to get amination for the verification of the call this number FIVE for identifica be Governor Beckham's ensign in this Jan. 4th Baptist church "The New G. Davidson, who was J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. elected without part of the State (and likely to be Year, what shall we make it?" away with ONE, but when it comes to assertion. "Likewise, we find the tion opposition to succeed him. Manager. Mayor R. L. ELKIN, Business a long story, the whole warp, if not name of Congressman Helm mentioned Is there anything in the above to in known as the political iago of the 8th Jan. 5th Christian church "The Logan succeeded the late lamented one time in our files. In our issue of dicate that we have rushed to the de Congressional District if a few more Necessity of Prayer." Ky., the woof, composed .of THEM, two Robert Kinnaird as entered at the Ton Office in Lancaster, You have whole columns in the Post, enough to May.3Q, JM3, we spoke of Congress fense of Judge Hardin? Now, as to 'live political stories'). Jan. 6th Methodist church "Value since held that office, Mayor, and has Mxtl Matter. at being reelected man Helm as follows: "Mr. Helm Mr. Jackson's desire to become a can been his friend these many years. Now and Duty of Early Training. cover the whole editorial page in the to succeed him self, and has made a Member Kentucky Press Association Record, yes, even a volume ,in attempt- with the courtesy and expediency for didate for Circuit Judge or any of his when you struck the late candidacy of Jan. 7th Presbyterian chuach most acceptable officer. He has been and ed explanation, equivocation and justi- wbieh he is noted took the matter up plans to do so, none had ever been the Hon. Ben Johnson for Governor "Money and the Kingdom." progressive in his fication, only leaves you all the more without delay and exerted every in- mentioned in any newspaper that ever that blow, in the charge that he was a Jan. 8th Baptist church The Great keeping in mind administration, ever Eighth District Publishers League. the best advantages Catholic and therefore, could not be the Need of Ministers. entangled. The public, we know, is fluence within his power to assist us came to our observation. We give city and seeking little concerned who either Saufley or " This statement was our word to the public that if he had a State's Governor, do you wish to put Jan. 9th Christian church The True of theway to advance thein every posLancaster, Ky., January 1, 1914. sible inteests of the writer may prefer for .all these made concerning some matters we desire to be a candidate for Circuit that flag of your victory in the hands Aim of Culture Manhood. the community. He would not stand Beckham and let Jan. 11th Presbyterian church offices mentioned in that dispatch of were handling for Garrard County as Judge against Judge Hardin and that of for Rates For Political Announcements yours. Whether retires voluntarily and it be Stanley or County attorney in which Mr. Helm's fact was printed in any newspaper it him hold it up as its sponsor to the "The Evengolization of the Worlds the with the good will and best wishes of For Precinct and Citv Offices ... 5.00 Beckham for the Senate, Helm or his aid was sought. On October 3, 1913, never came to our attention, and we sixty to eighty thousand splendid Business of the church. the entire community. He will devote 10.00 opponent, whoever he may or County Offices there appeared in our paper a news say seriously that we never heard from democratic Catholics in Kentucky? be if he his entire attention to hi3 thriving busOfficial Changes. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 ever comes, for Congress, or for Judge item which spoke concerning Mr. any source that we can now recall that Again, you state in that "Dispatch", iness. Mr. Logan is succeeded by Mr. .10 Hardin when his time Calls, per line For comes around Jackson in the following headline, Mr. Jackson had plans to be a candi- "So far as can be learned JudgeHardin With the coming of the new year L. G. Davidson, who was elected 10 withFor Cards, per line has as yet taken no active or open part there will be many changes in the ofagain. You know the people have "Hon. Henry Jackson for Congress." date for Circuit Judge or even considout opposition at the recent November For all publications in the interprimaries in this good day of polities "The Danville Advocate reports that ered opposing Judge Hardin for re- in th propaganda". Is that true, or ficial family of Garrard county, many election. Mr. Davidson is one of Lanest of individuals or expresand the people will pick for these of- Mr. Henry Jackson has some thought election. Then upon what authority is the flaming he adline 'Stanley and of the familiar faces that have been seen caster's leading and most influential sion of individual views, per fices the men who suit them and they of getting into the race for Congress. could the wily editor truthfully accuse Hardin after Helm's Scalp' the truth?. about the court house will be seen no business men, a member of the grocery 10 tine can do it very well without either of Hie friends over the District are us of 'rushing to Judge Hardin's de- There is another for you. more save in the capacity of mere firm of Davidson and Dcty. He is 05 us, we opine. While Obituaries, per line an it may hurt a pledging him support and asking him fense' and 'shunting Henry Jackson Now, we submit whether or not Mr. citizens. Mr. Clayton A. Arnold will elegant. Christian gentleman.unassum-in- g little while for us to be misrepresented. to eef k the nomination' according to from the judicial tract to the Con- Saufley acts and his connection with all succeed Judge A. D. Ford as County in manner, but a strictly man of We feel sure that this was not political bushwhacking, Judge, the oath of office will be affairs, a thorough tne pumic aoes not particularly care the report. Henry Jackson is a very gressional siding?' SMOKED OUT. going whether the editor of the Record is popular official of Boyle County and the public will answer, none, absolute- and that it all does not justify the ap- administered to him by Circuit Clerk who will doubtless give businessman, to the city as So you do confess, at least, do you planning political tricks or is smooth regarded as a .model County Attorney. ly none. But he predicates much upon pellation, fake, libel, slander and de- W. B. Mason, and Judge Arnold will in its chief executive, a splendid business Mr, Saufley of the Interior Journal, enough to do these big things. But His sterling honesty merits the con- the friendship between Judge Hardin ception. turn "swear in" the other officers. Mr like administration. that you are the guilty party, and that the public is interested in the fact fidence that the people have in him and the editor of the Record. It is the Messrs Wesley M. Zanone. H. Clay "What a tangled web we weave, Green Clay Walker will assume the you and you alone are responsible for whether a certain editor of a certain wherever he is known. While a very same old thing, a glimpse of a lightWhen we practice to deceive." duties of County Attorney, succeeding Hamilton and R. P. Gregory were rethat article' in the Post? Which Journal is circulating through it 'live modest man he has the happy faculty ning bug justifies him any time to deMr. J. E. Robinson; Mr. Curt A. elected and will succeed themselves as statement would you have us believe political stories' full of deception, of making friends every where he clare a forest fire in his paper. He jwuiuwu win sunccu mi. ueui&e a. City Councilmen. These gentlemen .. : u h;:.u .1 your emphatic denial to Mr. Owen misrepresentation and even some goes with all those he meets. He is sees it through his "specs" that the Zl Ballard as Sheriff; "Uncle Dave" Ross have been frequently "weighed in the Mclntyre, v. . regular correspondent to grains of untruth. If any one is doing one of the lawyers in Danville and editor of the Record should give his Mr. Clayton A. Arnold charge of tne county jail in balance" in these positions, will the Post at Danville, by phone message that thing in this section that editor would make an ideal Congressman. support to every candidate that Judge office of county judge of Garrard placetakeMr. Jack Adams, County Clerk never been found wanting. and have of They have county. Mr. Arnold holds the esnext day after the article was publish and that Journal, ought to be known We know of no man in the District Hardin supports. Whv not Judge J. W. Hamilton will succeed himself, stood like the Rock of Gibraltar, oftenteem and respect of the citizens ed in your 'Dearly Beloved', the Post, and we think the public desires the capable of putting up a as will Mr. James A. Jones as coroner, times against odds, for the best intery better fight Hardin support every candidate that in substance that you did not write the lniormauon, so mat tnose who per- for the Congressional nomination thai, we support may we ask? We are I of the county, He is a high mind- and Superintendent of schools, Miss ests of Lancaster and the surrounding ed gentleman and a business man article, or your present written con- chance may read, may not be misled Mr. Henry Jackson." Now, Jennie Higgins, and Mr. David Sanders county, and their this is all Judge Hardin's friend and know him is but an fession that you did it all yourself by such fake news, fostered and pub- "that has been said by us in the Lan- fullv worthy of our personal friendship of considerable acumen, and he will take the place of Mr. W. S. endorsement of their nast snlendid with your own little pen? There is lished from such sources. and from the splendid record he has will no doubt apply to the vast and Carrier as County Assessor. caster Record. The records. CapL William Herndon. Dr. growing business of the county that One out, Mr. Saufley. We call it Now, the whole of that 'live political You charge that we started a crusade made as a public official deem him fully same good judgment which he has so Fiscal Court will be composed of B. F. Walter and Mr. G. S. Greenleaf number "one" for identification. It story "(fortunately Esquires John N. White, succeeding are the retiring officers, and they leave it was not called a and that it was taken up by a Danville worthy of all of our assistance.be it applied to his own business was you that "suggested that some live political Squire James P. Bourne in the Lan- the Council voluntarily, each feeling truth) is based upon a paper. We deem it only necessary to little or great, in his political ambitions. successfully guidother date line than Stanford (Dan- charge made against us. If the charge ask a reading of the local quoted above There are no relations existing between affairs, and we hope under the un- caster district, John Ham succeeding that they have served at a thankless ville for convenience end. tJeepption) Squire Harrison Ray in the Buckeye and unremunerative task long enough, .against us !3 untrue, your conclusions anu suggest that the article itself Judge Hardin and the writer however, ance of "Judge" Arnold, and the stinted support of his fiscal court, precinct, and Logan Json and John W. and now desire to see someone else be put on it so as to give the Soys & as to Jndge Hardin that would authorize a conclusion that and Mr. Stanley shows that we ulu hot start a crusade, tackle the job, which we will undoubtedly have, to see chance to guess whence came the dope, are wholly untrue and your representa- if any was started, that the suggestion he could or would undertake to direct Garrard county rapidly forge its way Coldiroil SUCCGPuilig themselves in the The City CoUncii, "upon their inducand a chance to speculate upon its tion that they are about our selection of political friends, nor Bryantsville and Paint Lick precincts tion into to scalp otlce will consist of but five to the front rank among the counties respectively. authorship for a few days, tnd shoot Helm is gross misrepresentation. Mr. that Mr. Jackson might be a candidate do we think for a moment that Judge If for Congress was first from the Dan members instead of the regular numof the state. We hope that Judge their guns at random". Now, how we can show to the public you have ville Advocate and that your state Hardin would undertake such. You ber, six. This fact is due to Mr. J. T. many days, please, were you going to misrepresented Arnold in his selection of a Road us, yotir whole story metits in this regard are untrue. We did know when you made the insinua Supervisor, will select some gentle- Probable Change In Lancaster's Lighting Raney, whose name was filed with the fell these exciting things? lei them do falls a tangled mass in a single heap. call this number TWO for identifica- tions with reference to Judge Hardin System. Clerk, ordering his name stricken from man who is thoroughly conversant You were in hiding, yet had you not You charge us thus: "The whole tion. What heaven have we moved, and Congressman Helm that two years with the duties required of him, and Dr. C. L. He;ron of Liberty was in the list at the last moment, and it was been smoked out, and the public not thing started over the anxiety of what earth have we caused to tremble ago in the contest between Helm and who will look judiciously to the work Lan.-iston Monday and Tuesday of then too late to supply another name. being so easily misled by such 'flimsy Editor J. b. Robinson of Lancaster, er Sullivan for Congress, Judge Hardin Messrs Samuel M. Cotton and W. O. coming under his supervision who is recognized as Stanley's, 'right to get Congressman Helm opposition? bosh' could see you still in hiding if it thi3 week endeavoring to purchase there be anything in the complimen- was a friend of Mr. Helm and support- bring the Goodloe will two members . But did the Boys hand bower', in this section, to induce If had not been rof; iTl3 county up to the the Lancaster Electric Light Plant. of the body, be thethey new doubtless attorney rienry Jackson to make the tary works spoken of Mr. Helm, as we ed his candidacy. At the same time will and owners of the plant an ofVery highest possible standard, and He made the speculate and shoot? Yes, indeed, but race for Congress against Mr. Harvey detail herein, indicating a crusade for you charge that we supported Mr. fully expectations of the citwith as small a. cost to the taxpayers fer for the property, which we under- izens meet thezealousy for the good of not at random. How surprised you Helm in the coming primary" and in their opposition we are unable to detect it Sullivan. The same friendship existed y 10,000. However, this of- the city. when your footprints continuing you charge "Seeing the must have been as ;s consistent with the stand wa3 between the writer and Judge Hardin of the provisional, specifying that he were immediately discovered so near trend of affairs Editor Robinson of ourselves and in the article referring then as now. Their first regular meeting night Would you dare charge Pper conduct of the work. The Re fer was has rushed to the defense of to Jackson not an unkind word is said Lancaster property at the will be next Monday night, at which the 'scene of the crime'. Why, the Judge Hardin. Robinson cord is Judge Arnold's sincere menu would purchase the any disloyalty of Judge Hardin be' has started he could get the time we suppose they will proceed with public saw your shadow all the while, crusade in his paper at Lancaster boom- a of Mr. Helm. We submit whether or we did not follow his man and well wisher, and we believe th&t price named provided not this does not nail Mr. Saufley's from the City of hiding crouched in under the ing Jackson for Congress against charge You have no more he will continue to merit our friend- franchise he desired Council met on the election of a member to fill the that we are moving hepven and for such UTiall Of the 1 Lancaster. The City wings of your Guardian Angel, and we Helm. This has been taken up by a vacancy, and also with the election of Winmp 'I snip J AnAm aa" "- -" R4 thflt to give Helm opposition and the sn Hsspriimi pro- when yu are greatau your very body, tail feathers and Danville paper." "Again you say that earth saw ml a Chief of Police, City Clerk and City majority of the citizens and tax-- J Tuesday and heard Dr. Herron's smokecharge that our "love for Stan J nnsitinn., which was that he should be Treasurer, St feftw vou do cry for Helm, .- all, for only your head was hid, and we are "moving heaven and earth to further positions now held by r payers of the county. ley and Hardin is exceeded by on given a 20 year franchise and tnat tne Messrs Luther E. Herron, Horace K. xiif ft teuhlic can easily sea your when those 'Worthy Contemporaires, get out opposition to him", (Helm). We namo respectbristling through your 'live po r for street lights, arcs, Herndon all The Danville Advocate and the Lan And again that our "Jove for Stanley hatred of Helm." t'is rf.ntfte story'. You saw the rising tide Cut out the fee system and payMes- price paid$7.50 each per month, as ively. and Dave A. Thomas sshould be Record', turned their guns upon and Hardin is only exceeded by our THREE and FOUR re- .tfVeiy litical caster our officers salaries. May field Tor. identification. Judge E. W. Harris, the retiring against $5.00 each per month as is now you, the hot shot nd ?hell fell so thick hatred of Helm". v of Mr. Stanley's candidacy for tne senger. Judge, goes out of office with AUU woum maKe against Governor Beckham in The suggestion Brother is both wise being paid Mr. Walker for the service Police will of every citizen of the Senate you J believe that by vigorous concerted acthe good .... of the County of Lincoln and surrounding i submit r6rllic.decifitn ou- by him. The Council refus- community, irrespective of theirsphere -.. - furnished n timclv. The fee system in Kenand fast about your mas a(Jvancen)ent of Henry - fP&Aef a hotfcV. which in terms He has indeed made SU1I1U .,1 VMIIKS COUld ""&! I.Tnckson . S cause for Congress, (focn';WSnaoer whetherValle'd" 'local', of Counties. You would weave a story ,i.w im oxnwn to be a bugbear. In ed his demands upon thefor his offered in life. record; never condoning an en.. 'is an ofhome. viable j ..:tnn.int , .your based on fabrication in whicn you many cases the "emoluments" or fees and Dr. Herron left then fense and ever ready to punish one eves that is a crusade) or by a vigor" u the fact that "a contekinorary news- - would put Mr. Stanley in an attitude .j county omces Whether he would make a more liberal yet line the splendid Christian gentlecertain you DOUllucu F nf. trie amDlUUUS UL Daper jn a nehhoring town mentions shelter, concerted action for the destruc' " connected with such .proportions as to oronosition he did not state, .. man that he is, he was ever ready to Oil-- .,. nra- hnnminff -J' . and open mouth seeking other Tl- -l vw . the nameof its follow citizen for an Helm to be re-- e lected to Congress with have grown to square at fieii", "G Lancaster certainly stands in dire temper justice with mercy, and never, the public and all, gazing "'" office and we'sfinply use their state- a hope, which ere this is blasted, far CXCeeQ Uie aaiaijr in - . f against He- Jcrusading need of an all sightservice, and this inclined to work an unnecessary hard saw the very wool in your teeth. crusftdeboqmir.' a are they as to tempt the OI. siaru" ship upon those who were so unfortument as rrfetva to our readers with a Congressman Helm's many friends in so great to the expendi was what Dr. Herron proposed to nate as to bejbrought before him chargwith the goods and you were ur vv rmiiAt for the office fumiah nt S7.50 Der month per arc ed with crime. Lancaster never had While this was go- - in the Cw? ,.essional race. We accept few words of compliment, as we did T.?neoln would be thus deceived and i a,CKSOn " r An confess. .. vast sums of money m securing h,- present, in in this instance concerning Mr. Jack- follow you with Beckham rather than ture of the 'resourceful' Editor from , These sums go to litrht. but the city just at less crime than during the administra.ailenge and deny the charge. A none of it the tenure thereof. a loMcod out from his hiding .opy-o- f every single issue of the Re son, whether any reasonable person support Mr. Stanley, but thing our opinion is scarcely able to stand an tion of Judge Harris. the debauching of the voters, a orany other Judge Harris will be succeeded by The whole story boiled could or would construe that fact and t.V.ia time. being very justly described all additional expense for this cord published since January 1, 1913, could through the feathers of his win P. Prather, than be justified in using it as basis down is that perhaps a friend of Mr. which is country at present. As a purpose. We hope however that if "an Mr. James cleverer gentleman in whom file Garthe there is no sees us after him raR4w .nd ,eg8f when we became its editor, is on for a charge of hatred by us of such Stanley, ouX of the hundreds of his over agreement can be reached with Dr. rard county, and whom it is hoped and ened back and in our office. If we have made a cru- person's opponent? Or whether such f,;rtA who Tire for Helm, may sup remedy to these evils, let us as the with elongated and improved believed will establish for himself a night suErerests. Day our officers Herron for an all pouring tne " vociferously for a sade against Helm or boomed Jackson, a notice could be construed a crusade port snv&pponent of the Lincoln County expense to record which will equal that of bis honoolnripq. and let those salaries be com-- f service, without additional WpJ,'i, those broadsides pelted or a crusade booming Jackson against spell." ored predecessor. To us it is not statesman, that therefore, Stanley is amount of respon- - j the tax ppyers, that it will be made. files in the office or boom for anybody? paper the mensurate with the the editor so hard and stung him so Helm in our We say to the public that and we now charge our wily contem hemmy of Helm and that Judge deep while crouched in his hiding that no will show. y 1... '....,. .... 7,-- co'-nt- 1 ,'- --. - -- , .rted 1 ms - """ .'" ..lir fm ' C-- . ossssSSSWSSBSSJJSSKSWSW? TH 1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE HOME RICHMOINO,; 5rHftStHKKraiW!a5rEKtaftB KMSHHrarSrBSKrEKrKrS6S WBWH9SKKWK9EVKKKa nesv&ax oaaoo. 1 i l uc t-ais- oi. i o,cr HWgMeiiHgB Automatic scaies. Entire Roof Slopes To South. Tire Best Uht. Convenient. ti.. Stall For Ywir H&tipes. TOnest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best "tW 4EW&&89V&B0Bm9W!B!9fBm - - anH Most TTirr iTnnir"-'""'" -- KENTUCKY f ''"' f; J -- , --'-- :; v - -. c v ' I The Central Record, Thurs Jan. ,1 9 4. 1 1 T Pasre 5 I 1 NEW YEARS GREETINGS yearl913 and we hope for i IK We wish to extend to our many friends and "patrons, our Best Wishes for a Bright, Happy and Prosperous New Year and may your Happiest days during the Year 1913 be your Saddest during the coming year We wish to also thank you for the liberal share of your patronage that youjfavored us with during the I (6 $ n 1 lt. your kindnesses to continue throughout the coming year. Permit us the privilege of serving you this year, if you have not already done so. m W & vV m 1 fas The Joseph Mercantile Company Style Leaders in Womens Wearing Apparel. $$4S$S-IB??S4IS'-: YOUR IS Please call and setl5e,we need tfofe IIIIL I Money. JJ. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. 31 RC Jt 3C iNew Year's Greetings, R. V S. BROWN w " ir 3E I I Pi V3 i i!!8l!SP tXXXBlXVAAXS9 m When Women (J!XMJ POINT tothe WHITE SWAN FLOUR as the best of all, they inow what they are .about. If there is one thing women can jucge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If jsu do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the fcst to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. a I Lancaster Elevator & Flour i wmmmsm &immmy&m'M Mills it Your Little wm fiiil JV just loves to have everything prepared fof your comfort J when you come home from work or busi!l ness. The fire in the I! grate"all set, the easy chair, K ffiHBj fSfc w3IIIIffiJPlM Go. . the comfortable old slippers placed temptingly in front of the fir.e. Do the right thing by her and see that there is plenty of COAL. Sure y6u don't want us to send you a ton now? Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Miss Je3sie Beagle is in Covington and much credit is due to Miss Virginia being the bridal couple Mr. and Mrs. ' visiting friends. Ross Pepper. Bourne who had charge of the tree. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey have gone Miss Flora E. Smith of Barboursville Miss Annie Mae Ham of Somerset is V was with her parents Mr. and Mrs. to Lincoln county to reside. visiting her aunt. Miss Catherine Ham v Wm, Smith at Point Leavell during Carlton Elkin is visiting her Mrs. Miss Annette Jennings, of Mexico, is FOR RENT:-Si- x good rooms on the holidays. aunt, Mrs. Kidd, in Liberty. visiting Miss Anna Belle Ballard, on Street. Apply to. W. C. Davis. A Brief Mention f the Cominej and Miss Pearl Sebastian who has been a Miss Ethel Walter is ic Stanford the , Stanford avenue. Goings by Those We Are Interested In. guest at the home of Judge J. P. guest of Miss Mattie Lee Hubble. We have traded for 2 cars of gocd Mrs. J. C. Frank and daughter, Mis ' Prather, returned to her home in Rich who are now located at Rich-wee- k straight lumber and not being in the James Brown was in Richmond, this mond Sunday. mond' V- a- snent the Christmas holi- - business will sell in quantitys at a low Miss Mary Wheeler 'is in Berea !for1a delivering a load of tobacco. Miss John Eva Hilton, and brother, day's with Ashbrook Frank, in New price. stay with her daughter. Mr. n. la. .iKin, attenueu tne rress York citv It Willard Hilton of Stanford, are here Garrard Milling Co. . , t m Miss Mamye Lee Marsee, is in 'Lexxuesuay. for a visit to their sisters Mesdames sui:iaiiui ul Mis3 Nancy Walker, Martha Kavan- - j . ington visiting relatives. R. H. Batson and F. G. Hurt. Mr. Adolph Joseph has been in Peru augh aud Messrs Dan Collier Elkin and Last oll 10 Tax Payers. Miss Myrtle Hendren of Madrsbh'has Ind. enjoying the Christmas holidays. Shirley Hudson, motored to Lexington Mr. Richard Kelly of Tazewell Va. Under the new Revenue law I will bon visiting Miss Bessie Gulley. has been the gaest 'of Mr. 'and Mrs. Mrs. Belle Perkins ha? been in Stan- to the matir.ee "Everywoman" staying, be compelled to advertiseyour property Mr. William D. Walker has'raturned Mossis Ross in the 'countryduring the ford vifiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C. for "Peg O' My. Heart, which was for sale if taxes are not paid at once, shown at the Ben All. $rcm a prospecting trip 'to Mississippi. holidays. Eubanks. This means ycu. , Respectfully Mrs.'Fred'P.-FrisbieMiss Georgia Strong, of Cincinnati, ! Mrs. R. L. Elkin entertained was hostess at Mr. Ross Pepperand bride Tormerly G. T. Ballard. course'dinner on Fri of Lexington but now of "Stanford were the guest of Misses Martha and ' formally at her country home. "Elkin day. Place", jn honer of Miss Georgene Sheriff of Garrard county. guests for a few'ilays'o'f Mr. and Mrs. Helen Gill. Strong, of Cincinneti, Mrs. Thomas Miss Julia Higgins, of Richmond, Mr. 'Joe AllmaK, t5f Ttichrnond, is A. H. iBastin. Bargain Here. Wilson, of Bowling Green, and Mrs. here "visiting Mr, and 'Mrs. J. B. Mrs. R. TVGnsfeory left Friday for a has been the recent guest of Miss An- George McRoberts, Soper. of Covington. nie Herndon. To close out our partnership, we will fewflays-sta'with her mother Mrs. sell at a bargain, 60 acres of land, two Mr. and Mrs. Ballew, of Sallie'RaybuMe'at 'White's Station in Mr. George A. wcRoberts, of CovCard Of Thanks. miles from Lancaster. 'Madison, are gosts of Miss Tommie- - MaHisomeouiity. ington, joined his wife here for the Francis. Herndon &. Walker I wish to thank my friends who holiday season. Mrs. 66lttan 'Gulley was hostess helped my little daughter in the Doll of Richmond, Tuesday evening1 it a social function, Hugeley Shearer, of Richmond, was Contest at R. S. Brown's Store, for it For Rent. made a short stay in her old home the 'the homr-neduring the being MissJEdna Gulley, with the Misses was by their support that she wrs able pasfweek. Five room cottage with bath, sink in Christmas holidays. of Mineral WeHs, Texas. to win. Mrs. S. D. Turner. kitchen, e!e:tric lights, and all necessMrs. Edwi&M. Walker is spending Nancy Walker and aunt, Mrs. Miss ary out buildings. Big garden and lot. aason with her mother Sn Messrs Horace L. Walker of 1 Press Associatinn At Lexington. E. Walker of Cornie Clay, of Richmond, will leave Can givp possession at once. Eminence. Monday for Atlanta. Jellico'Tenn., are spending the Christ The session of the Ken- R. T. Embry. Mr. and fits. Robert Uunlap Blaston with Lancaster relatives. Mr. Jsse Hendren left Wednesday i tucky Press Association was held in of Athol'Kysare guests of Mr. ?id to resume his studies at 'the Medical Lexington on Monday and Tuesday, For Rent. 'Mr. 'A. C. Vaughn of Barboursville College, Mrs. J. WJEImore. In Knoxville, and editors were gathered from all was here last'week to see his brother I desire to rent my-- property at Mr.-oMrs. J. Thomas Chernr -- of . Mrs.amuel Cotton will leave jan. tover the fate to exchange ideas and Buckeye can give possession January Vaugh who is sick at his Crab Orchrrd, were guests on Sxigiay DU3,ness moment to the meet home on the Lexington pike of pneu- 8th for a stay with her aunt, in Oakla-- 1 mg. 1st 1014. of Mrs. CaII. Batson. homaCity, Oklahoma. monia. Apply to George Ray at Buckeye, or Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Keep The "Ball" Rolling Cook-i- s write to Mrs. Mary Dickerson, Richin Louisville Friends regret very much to learn is wilh her cousins Misses Sfcie Business racst excellent. that Mrs, Susan Salter who is af- for avisit-t- Misses Helen Elizabeth Credit we mond, Kv. pj and WallieVilkerson. give entirely to the public. fectionately known as "Aunt Sue" is and.Gbastine Sprague. lies. AILF. Elkin of Lexington "was ill of pnenmonia at the home of Miss- Permit me to thank you kindly, one Robinson and sons Mt. Hebron calVed .hero by the serious illoesf-lffhe- r JSaHieTillett. Walker and George D. Jr. will leave and all trusting a continuance of jour aunt. Salter. highly appreciated patronage and next-veeMiss Joan Mount was hostess of an wishing you a most prosperous 1914. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dean were with Me. andtflrs. George Robinson of elegant 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday, comDr. Robert Ware McRoberts, of Thankfully I remain, his sister. Mrs. Dillard Brumfield in Banrflle,e-- e visiting Mrs. t&ebecca plimentary to Miss Strong of Cincin Atlanta, is here to see his parent, Mr. W. B. Ball. Jessamine Co Saturday and Sunday. Wcst.anditbe Misses West. nati, and sir. Dan Collier Elkin of andJJrs..R. E. McRoberts. s The Xmas tree given by the Sunday Walker is at bomotfrom Yale University. Miss B. F. Walter, was hostess at a school at this place was well attended for a visit fcafaar ts&er, Dr. Chas. Zimmer and wife ikft last well -- appointed Christmas dinner at THE MORE YOU ADVERTISE Aire. George D. Robinson. and much enjoyed, especially by the Friday for their home in Pamflroy, Q. THE BUSIER YOU GET home in Hill Court. little folks. They were accompanied as far.es CinMr. .Albert Vare and cc2i!vv-in- t M I'M MisiSue Shelby Mason was the guest e.ven ..days of. last weak .wishing' cinnati Jtjy Mr. R. Zimmer woowrill reJohnnie and Leslie Sherrow were of her friendMrs. main io Ctacinnati for a few .dKysvisit. tialatues.inMrssamine county. thrown from a horse last Tuesday ev- New Year Greeting. JaMont Hankla, of Junction City. iMieeiMancyiGoodloe of ESarwiJtei-i- a CreD- Misses Anna, Clara asd Caraie I wish specially to thank you for the withihcr:.paEei.ts Mr. and ,W. O. wnier, 01 Mr. ,n LV" T ' . ,.. " ac,V QU ely ianeston. West.,VA.,pent ifireen,ffhomsa M. Wilson, of Bowling business ou have thrown to me. the head but '9 Gaodlcf iforihe holiday seaaox. tioined his wife here for a visil i Christraac with '"K taeir parenit, Air. and WhiIe:insuranceisthestrongest,ap- - now. . Mount-anMrs. Mount. preciation is he greatest. Memories ! Alr.Jrtl.Mr3..W. B. Ball, .end ,Ii3e Mrs. N. Miller. Misses Anna and Clara rebonijng to West Virssinia'IIaes-da- y linger. protection and interest MArgasc.wereiii,StaniJord, Jar,a-shrMr. Edward Burgess ha returned to momiog. INA. rifjt .to Jrs. :aaon Canrpbell. I wish you a most his. homein. Fort Wayne, Ind., after a still at heart. prosperous 1U14. HariyaahiaaQy, of Dsatllc. amii; Mr. aod l&s. Joseph Oaianch and .viait.toMr.J. P. Prather aaddaughters- Your Insurance friend. Mr. W. T. Watson issaome better the Chri&fcnasJiolidays wiihiik parent jamily of Sonerset and Mr, sd Sira. at Ed C Gaines, this writing. .Logan Wood of Danville wsse gue&ts JWs.. J. ,8. Bowman, of Lewis coanty, Mr. and Ho. T.tS., Robinson. a. stay with her for of Mr. and .Mas. John Afco-n-t undiur. Mr. Mason Malar is. moving to Waskgten Corresyadefit has The the Mrs. J. 3L. Amcz. came heme &tr rthcjiIesdamefi CIunch and TKaod ar j)asnts. Nz. and Mrs..W. G. Anderson. piupetiy ai uacKiey. holidays after ,heripg been raider-Uister- s Fellowusg To Say Of A Book That of Mrs. AIounL Airs. LaMcnt Hankla fcas returned Mr. Sam Wheeler is going to treatment is .a. Cincinnati HospiisL move Air, and Mrs. Am Bourne i uncuon uiy, alter a iluiwe huiuh Will Be Of to the house vacaent by Mason Interest To Malear. Miss Sue Shelby Maat a delightful Christmas .dkiner. Mrs. George Smith. Jr., is in Ifays-New Year is most here and 'ftrery Lancastrian. ville spending the holidays with iier lli3 Saturday, aed while one of the son. the urhooTa iwa Aii: ery 0ne trJ',n to parents Mr. 2adMrs,Cbas. W. DatcaU- - Jrfcord force, vxs unable to attend, he Mrs. J. Roe Young, of MaysviHe, Senator-Bsadle- y ha 'T moved to L B e new homes. ,wa remembered with a big has of ctaneZuesday r.ight for a visit to Tand-her far with tie book of Mr. and Mrs. lYilliani J3mbry presid- icaie which was ac and enjoyed W- - Zanders has puiemic, Mr. ani! Mrs. Win.. C character sketches he is preparing that ' Mr moved to his ed at a handeooc famijy dinner the mxrJ). he is looking .about for a publisher. It home at Buckeye. We retrret v invitation list being conficed to kins-be a b?s took flnd fu" of '"terest, mucn t0 f've them up but hope that our f .Misses Stella atd Allie Mi allie Coxthas been ,, people. Heodraa eoleriained ataChrixtmas house party., twoemdns. uia&ai Sadie aal .LenJof fentuek-- Politicians of both parties, . 'ossmay be their gain. Miss Brunette Arnold lltft Sunday io n0Se wro are.mterested ,n the Mr. W. E. Whiter i... Hiss jiay James, of Richmond, . .. Alexaedar, of Dastfille;during,4&e holi Mr a visit to inenof ana .rcatives in LuIajftflWhorter, of paint Lick, Mies days. tmanners and customs of the State , . OT lo D m. .Si'jhmond, "lr " "- - oanuers and Paris, Lexington .and RossFfliUjy.'of '"'-- " IjihortJv afLpr aftpr th0- r;..: War. w .'wVli is doing good business. Richrafcad. Mr. Frank Mr. Morgan Sfctbyville. Mrs. Park and Miss JIary oeverai oi me eicnes aeal with ante- - has Wheeler of Kirksville.af r. John Vfil- -: 2ioel, ofJ. P. mml to house vacated by W. Daoyille, are;pendingtbfftioli-day- s belluia times, too, heing those lie, and Mrs. A. H. Bastin entertain son, of Hazard and Mr. Grflver Wilson related E. Whitker. . with J. B. Woods,' of ififint Dy tne ienator'8 lather and some of ed at a Christmas dinner the hororeesj of State ITiniversity. Lexarton. Lick. nis older iriends. BI.'HXA VISTA In tixe book' in authentic form, will Misses Martfca and Jlekn Gill gavjcja be.fopnd the yarns that .have made rook party last .Saturday ,evenipg for their attractive cues t Miss jStrong, ef .the Sepa.tor famous as a story-tellMiss Amy Horn SDent rarr.h,.. "How Uen. Buckner Lost a Vote." Cincinnati. with her mother, near Harrodsburg. '"Why the Indians Ran Away" "Par-Mrs. Ed. Wilkewon and dashers, of 7T .Io,n ir Tt..-..-, Miss Alyce Mabel Scott. r! f! me ??nnfn1 h luur rounf eovo nt y. .w, -- ... y.irerf. But a majority of the "" stories luccessfnl school in Mercer County to- Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Wilkeryi and west mm cnaracters other than the day (Friday). daughters. Senior himself-Jud- ge T. Z. Morrow, Mrs. J. K. Daugherty and son, of Miss Loose Slack, has returned Spencer G. Dabney, Kentucky's first .ucA.iugi.uu uave oeen to grocer aJJ the guests of from her home in Winchester, wbre commercial traveler; Brother Prather, relatives for several days. she spent abortion of the hoydaj Dennis Haley, Bill Thorne, Senator sent for Royal HI Mrs. C. M. Scott -- i.:tj-. James and many others famous in the with her parents. ing subis politics of the State. There are court- Lawrenceburg, were with Mr. and Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, enters Mrs. S: W. Scott for Yuletide. stitute Royal is pure, tains a New Year's party at her home room stories, political meeting "stories, country church yarns and quaint We are glad to know that on Richmond street. The inyitation Mr. Thos. baking cream of character sketches. One or two of the ww..., uie io De on duty as mail car- list includes ten couples of the junior chapters are profound, particularly healthful. Powders offered mier a lwo month3 illness of set. sub the story of Rufus Eno the recluse fever. The Christmas tree given at the cobbler of New Haven, as stitutes from alum. related by MissLucretiaSkinner New Antioch church on last Wednes- Col. W. H. Slaughter. Many one of our are pa- progressive teachers, day afternoon December the 24th, thetic, but in the main the leaves Monday J narratives wag well attended by a farge crowd are humorous, and all aregoodhumored. aarartionintheGradedsc 9JSS3tfZ5w X, If JiOSSp A.DUUL 7 A. tfc. P Peopled ve .... .. 12-1- I j tf. st V mid-wint- er mas-seaso- n -- Mr.-Taz- " an-tird o Mrs-Susan Mke-Kacry ve I- , :?;??Z7r " t' r ' 1 ". i h LSSi ,x- i! nrnv f. hnu AV-s- , r er No Substitutes .,... n,,l. ,,.; . """"'" RETURN the you Bat Powder There no for ROYAL. a tartar powder, and as are made ' .j J ' ti - - v. m i i Page 6 Uu I IN fi The Central Record, Thurs Jan. THE HOR8E BARN. 1, 1914. -- .'T DRIED BEET PULP The Bullet That Killed a Man By MARGARET SUNDAY Lerson I. SCHOOL. ELDRIDGE "When the war between the king ana the parliament came on I was thinking of marrying the oldest son of a marquis, Lord Tinterton. A beardless boy of my acquaintance, eyes. Ralph Chester, not more than nineteen Breed your mares to only the years old, took it into his silly head best stallions. We have enough to fall in love with me. The worst of common colts. it was that his father was n strong adNever leave home at this time herent of the parliament, and this flred . of year without a blanket for i. the sympathies of the son. Ralph had J J your horse and a topcoat lor T Joined a troop of the psalm singing . yourself. Roundheads and was preparing to go $ V V frfr with them to a rendezvous where the parliamentary forces were being colFEEDING BEEF CATTLE. lected. The evening before he left he came to see me to say goodby, I suppose, for wo had been neighbors and A Good Margin of Profit In Fattening Home Raised Calves. our now being on different sides did not affect our friendliness. What was There are several reasons why beef my astonishment when he told me that cattle are scarce, but one of the forehe loved me. most is that farmers are selling their I shall never forget the boyish look veal calves at the age of six weeks, on his face as ho spoke the words, writes W. G. Noland in the Orange seeming to feel that he was presump Judd Farmer. They do not consider tuous in addressing one he considered how much loss is Incurred by doing so. bo superior to himself. A woman is These calves can be placed on pasture, pleased with any man's devotion, be and before the owner realizes it they he respectable, and I confess that I are old and large enough to be put on was secretly pleased. I made my re- dry feed and be fattened for market fusal as easy to bear as possible, but This is one reason for the scarcity of my young lover took It hard. feeding cattle and high priced heer, The war had been fought out in Eng- but most of the farmers who sell and Cromwell went to Scotland calves at such a tender age do it beland, to suppress the movement against him cause they don't care to or don't know there. One day a trooper returning how to feed a steer for market from the war stopped at the gate and, A calf that is bom, reared and fatdismounting, tramped into the ground same farm is the one on knocking at the portal, handed in tened pays theXot only is it a better and, opened it and, that a letter for me. I feeder, but it is generally a quiet and glancing at the bottom, saw the signa- hearty animal. Xot every farmer, of The letter was course, is prepared to feed cattle, but ture of Ralph Chc-te- r. accompanied by a little box. Ralph if bo wishes he can be without a great wrote that ho was dying. A surgeon deal of expense. Not every farmer, had extracted a bullet from his wound on the other hand, knows how to feed and had promised the poor boy that he and fatten cattle, but this can he would send it to me. It was in the learned by beginning with a small box. number and gaining experience little I did not at firt realize the effect by little. this grewiomc gift would have on me. I have found that it is poor economy It was some time before I opened the to underfeed, however expensive feedbox and did so at lat from a strange ing material may be. If a herd of cat-ti- c desire that came over mo to sec the is on the farm to be fattened the bullet that had killed a man and that must not be nailed solid nor man my lover. It was like any other corncrib spared. When I am feeding bullet, but not so to me. It seemed to contents I use whatever feeds I be talking to me, telling me a myriad cattle will be eaten to advantage have and young man that of things, all about the with a relish. I use bran, crushed who had loved me, but whom I had corn, corn stover, hay, cottonseed meal, not loved. I replaced it in the box, reI solving that I would put it away and and give free access to rock salt n have warm sleeping quarters and never see it again. It was not long before a desire came good stick of straw in the lot where to me to take it out and look at it I the animals are kept It is a loss to resisted the desire. I endeavored to any cattle feeder to try to make a havinterest myself In other subject. Lord profit on a herd of cattle without Tinterton, who had been fighting un- ing hogs to follow them. Much corn der Prince Rupert, returned and re- Is thrown from the feeding troughs by newed his suit,. To help me get rid of the indifferent steer, and this scatterincluding the droppings, the effect of my dead lover's gift I ed grain,fattening ration for a number tried to INicn to him. But my heart makes a was not with Tinterton. and I put him of good sized sbotcs. Those who can get cattle and bogs off. I yielded to my desire to see the bullet and. opening the Ikx. took it to feed should not question the adout. It seemed to reproach me. and visability of feeding the corn rather for my life I could not consider it what than selling it at nn unsatisfactory The it was nothing but an Inanimate lump price. hold. price for good beef is likely to of lead. To make this short feed the steers My mind every day came tinder the stranire influence of this inanimate ob- ought to range In weight from 1,000 ject. It was a constant reproach to to 1,200 pounds when purchased. Then me that I had turned away a love. as heavy cattle are always in demand "What right had I to reject that which by packers they should make a large was so sacred? Refore the memento net profit came I had considered marrying Tinterton. though I was indifferent to him CAUSES OF SWEENY. personally, to be the most natural thing in the world to do. He had fine Treatment For Wasting of Shoulder estates and by skillful diplomacy had Muscles of Horses. saved them from being confiscated by The common cause of sweeny, or the protector. My future position as a wasting of the muscles of the shoulder, marchioness would be all that could is sprain of the parts, brought about be desired. And yet I was deterred when a young colt is plowing or pullfrom giving him an affirmative an- ing bard in any way, says Dr. A. S. swer by this little lump of lead. Or Alexander In the Farm and Fireside. was it not rather what that lump of It Is most commonly caused when the lead represented? It did not seem so colt Is placed In the furrow, as then to me, though I do not doubt that it it Is constantly slipping in and out of was. the fuiTow. It is best to place a colt At last I determined to try to break on the land side when learning to the spell by accepting Tinterton. The plow. evening after doing so, when I went In many instances so called sweeny to my room, I tried to keep away from is wasting of the muscles of the shoulthe drawer of my dresser, where I der, due to some chronic foot disease kept the bullet. I stood looking at the which causes lameness. Navicular disdrawer, using all my will power to ease or chronic corns or ringbone comavoid going to it. All to no purpose. monly leads to wasting of the muscles I was drawn like a resisting animal of the shoulder. It is therefore necesby a rope to the dresser, opened the sary in every case to decide what is drawer and took out the bullet. It the true cause. If It is from foot lamelay there in its box, inanimate, yet it ness the muscles will grow In again if was to me a reproof. I held it in my the lameness is cured. In ordinary sweeny without lamebands till the tears came into my eyes. Then I put It back in its place and be- ness, the animal should be kept at gan to wonder how I should recall all work, and three times a day the wasted parts should bo thoroughly rubbed I had said to Tinterton. I am growing old. King Charles II. and the skin pulled away from the has reigned and been succeeded by his flesh. At night a strong liniment may be brother James. I am a spinster and stoprubbed In. If lameness Is present working .the horse and rub with shall always remain a spinster. Tinliniment twice dally. In addition masterton never forgave me for accept- sage ing and then rejecting him, for I had parts the wasted parts or have the no excuse whatever to offer him. Tell rides blistered with cerate of cantha- removal of him that I had been forbidden to mar- blisterafter have to be the hair. The may repeated several ry him by a bit of lead! Impossible. times at intervals of two or three I broke with him without giving him weeks. II reason and have since been considered by him a weakling. He has long Care of Brood Sows. been married to another. The brood sows should I have often wondered wherein lay one can go up to them be handled so any time. A the power of the bullet that killed my good time to have at them farrow is Cover. Was it merely an expression of about April 1. A good piacp is a stall my feelings? Was it endowed with a In the horse or row harn The time or subtle power that came from the man farrowing can be determined quite exIt killed? UH)n this I still wonder. actly. The milk ciiiies Into the teats But whether the spell it exorcised Is In four to six hours before farrowing. itself. In me or" the man whoso life Don't feed the sow for twenty-fou- r it terminated, it is remorseless. Rath- hours after rarrowlng, hut give her er, it was remorseless, for it changed slightly warmed water. Then feed the course of my life at that period something like oats and some shorts. when I would, hut for it, have married When the little pigs are five or six and lost my Identity in that of my weeks, old necin feedlm? rhpin snmo husband and children. yraln'feed'iike ground oats. "V-s- The average mule will do as much work at two years old as the horse will at three or four. Keep the feet level and 'keep the shoes on the outside rim of the foot. Do not let the horses cool off too suddenly after hard work or driving. Dust land plaster on floors to keep the odors down. Fumes of ammonia from reeking piles of manure will injure a horse's AS A DAIRY FEED First, Quarter, For The feeding of a small herd or dairy cows without a silu from n limited amount or runout tillage land presents quite n problem that is. If u profit is made, writes a New Hampshire farmer In the itural New Yorker. While there is now no question about the value and economy of silage as a reed it is nevertheless a fact that thousand of farmers are still without a silo The best substitute we have found lor silage is dried beet pulp, which we commenced feeding soon after it was put on the market. Previous to using the pulp we fed the grains commonly considered best for dairy cows viz, cornmeal, bran, cottonseed meal, gluten feed, hominy, etc. in various combinations, depending on the cost of eacli and kind of roughage available. But we had more or less trouble from garget, caked udder, cows off feed, and they would generally shrink in milk much sooner than we thought they should. The beet pulp did net perhaps cause the cows to give a greatly increased flow of milk, but thero were much less variation and shrinkage, and the troubles above mentioned disappeared. We have fed A Case of Worldly Wisdom By EFFIE D. GARDNER Fortune Hunting Girls By HELEN CONSTABLE L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Kichmoni with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & 5.-0-0 Jan. 4, 1914. When Miss Mabel Wlllmarth wrote her lover, Edward Auchlukloss, that unText of the Lesson, Mark ix, der her parents' orders she must break x:13-1- 6 Memory Verses, x:14-1with him he was very badly cut up. Golden Text, Mark x:14 CommenHe did not blame Mabel; she was not tary by Rev. D. M. Stearns. much over seventeen yvars old cerThe first part of our lesson Is found tainly not an age at which a girl Is warranted In marrying counter to the Luke lx. also In Matt xvlil, and is In each place, as here, preceded express wishes of her parents. Auchlnkloss was permitted to call by the record of the transfiguration, the casting out of the demon from the upon Miss Wlllmarth to say goodby, boy and the prediction of His death after which he was expected to refrain and resurrection; then the account of from visits or communication, ne their dispute by the way as to which found her as much averse to breaking of them should be the greatest In the with him as he was to breaking with kingdom. Matthew says that they her, but he also found her resolute In came to nira with the question, Who her determination to obey her mother. is the greatest in the kingdom of "Father and mother," she said, "have heaven? but Jesus had perceived the only me. If I marry you in opposition thought of their heart before they ask- to their commands a barrier will be ed Him (Matt xvill, 1; Luke ix. 47). raised between theui'and me that will The sequence of events Is not often never be removed. Besides, mother the same In the gospels, but where It has convinced me that couples usually Is the same, as in the case of these grow together, Irrespective of any atfour or five different items, there must tachments for others either husband be a connected line of teaching. Here or wife may have had before marIt seems to be something like this riage. We must make the best of the three of the disciples were privileged to present for the sake of the future see a foreshadowing of the kingdom on You will marry another girl and I will the mount At tho foot of the mount be nothing to you. I suppose I shall" the other disciples were baflled by the "Forget me?" devil, and tho enemies of Christ were "I don't know. It doesn't seem to having the laugh on them. When Jesus me now that I can." came Ho cast out the demon and re"What you have said has, of course, spoke of the come from your mother. It is too wise buked their unbelief and necessity of prayer and fasting: then to be spoken by a girl of seventeen. Ho spoke of His approaching sufferconfess that it is wise, or seems ings and death and resurrection, of But I and I would not for the world to be, which Moses nnd Elijah had talked persuade you to do an unwise thing. with Him ou tho mount (Luke Ix, 31). I One thing I wisli you to tell me: Has but they understood not what He not your mother some one in view for meant, for they had other thoughts. will be able to They were not like little children you who she thinksI?" you more than were helpless and dependent and give who "Why do you ask that question?" believe what they are told. Had they "Because until very recently both not all wrought miracles, and had not your father seemed to be well three of them seen Moses and Elijah, she and me for a and did they not know something of a satisfied with "Mother especially enjoined me to kingdom foretold by the prophets, say nothing to you about any future when all nations should be blessed by me and any one else. Israel. Had they not heard repeatedly relations between She says that, having broken with you, that tho kingdom was at hand, and, al- you are not supposed tr take any furthough Ho had not yet told them of a me. Surely you canthrone, a place of authority, for each ther interest in approve of any man not be expected to of them (Matt xlx. 23; Luke xxil, 30), marry." might they not reasonably expect, be- that she I mean I might your sen"Right again that Is, if ing such favored men as to be chosen you began by Him that they might be near to tence had been finished as she it You should have finished 'that eviHim and constantly with nim, that is they would be of some special impor- might select Nevertheless itselected dent that some one has been tance in His kingdom? you, and naturally I. am especially One might be higher than another, for anxious to know who the fellow Is." nnd might not the recently favored "The fellow?" three be excused for thinking that they "Well, the gentleman." would .have a preference? Possibly "Your use of the word sbovjp that they said to the others. If we had been would naturally there we could have cast out that de- mother is right You any man might I mon, now great the contrast between be prejudiced against Him. who was thinking of His ap- marry." He tried for an hour to induce her to proaching sufferings and death, and fiance, these ambitious men who carried their tell him the .name of her new up,'tb"ni8 last night with them but, having promised her mother that strife (Luke xxli. 24), and had no ears for she would answer no questions with regard to her future, she stood firm. the story of suffering and rejection. write They were not like babes to whom Finally he asked her if he should paper things can be told, but more like the a number of names on a bit of wishname he wise and prudent in their own estima- to tell him whether the tion, who fancy that they know all ed to know was on the list. Since the man was a newcomer and she did not things. ever seen or He would doubtless have told them believe Auchlnkloss had more than He did had they been able heard of him, she consented. He wrote to bear It but they were not humble. twenty names on the paper and handnot teachable, not ready to receive ed it to her. She handed it back to nim as a Messiah about to be cut off him with a request to be released from and have nothing at present cut off her agreement. Auchlnkloss released deparbecause of our transgressions (Dan ber and immediately took his ture. ix. 2C, margin: Isa. liii. 8). Several weeks rolled around, and What, a specially blessed little child nothing of her to be taken in His arms, but lie will Miss Wlllmarth saw take you. He will take any one who discarded lover. She did not even surwill let him, any one who will come to meet him on the street. This was prising, because the town in which Him, for "Him that cometh. He will in they lived was small. More weeks no wise cast out" (John vi, 37). His place The second incident of our lesson passed with like result. new suitor, was besetting. This also is not supplied by the has a different cause Mr. and Mrs. Wlllmarth had defound in Matt xix. Luke xvlil. Placing the three accounts to- cided that he might uot pay their gether we read that little children daughter any attention whatever till birthwere brought to Him that He might she had passed her eighteenth day. Then the couple might be entouch them, put His bands on them marriage. but for a year and pray. It is just possible that His gaged,an arrangement before prevented any taking that other little child of the Such linking the two names to first part of our lesson up In His arms one from gother. may have led other parents to desire Four months passed between the that He would do for their children time Auchlnkloss was discarded and what He had done for that child, and Mabel's eighteenth birthday. The lattherefore they brought them. important men who were ter had passed and the engagement But these though not announced. desirous to have prominent places in had been made, appointee was .".nested His kingdom would not have Him when the newcharge of giving a check troubled with these little ones, evident- one day on a ly forgetting such words as these. on a bank where he had no account. the "Tour little ones which had no knowl- Other claims against him followed pretedge" between good and evil, they shall first, and it was not long before a light. The go in." "Out of the mouths of babes ty black record came to him and Mabel and sucklings hast Thou ordained engagement between any one outside strength." "The streets of the city was broken without the family knowing that it had ocshall be full of boys and girls." The disciples rebuked those who curred. Then one day Auchlnkloss appeared brought the children, but Jesus reat the Wlllmarth home and was rebuked the disciples and uttered those memorable words of our Golden Text, stored to favor. "You remember," he asked, "our con"Suffer the little children to come unto me. and forbid them not. for of versation when I was dismissed about such Is the kingdom of God." Then he a natural prejudice on my partus to the Well, took them up in His arms, put nis one who would take my place? that prejudice served a purpose. It hands upon them and blessed them, and If you cannot see Hini smiling was I who unearthed your new lover." "You? Why, you didn't know his upon them as He did so you must be as much out of sympathy with Him as name." "I did. nis name was the only name were these disciples. The Incident which follows in each on the paper I handed you that was of these gospels of the rich young not fictitious. I had heard of him sevruler who went away sorrowful be- eral years before and had not heard cause his possessions were more to any good of him. I went away and him than life eternal, sets forth the spent weeks tracing his record, and teaching eoncernii.g the little children. finally put those he had swindled on They wire empty, dependent, humble, his track." "You don't mean it!" teachabli'. but the disciples were self "But for me you might havcmarrled sufficient, ambitious, inclined to strife, and the rich ruler was full of his a swindler." All of which goes to show that our earthly goods and unconsciously break-Ingth- e worldly wisdom doesn't count for first commandment 1 much. 30-3- 7; 6. 4G-413-1- 3: 15-1- No 10; THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. The miserable specimen of a cow here pictured is typical oC the many useless animals maintained in this country. Instead ot being a source of profit such animals do not pay for their keep and are Justly denominated "robber cos." Testing for milk production and butter fat is the best means of eliminating this unworthy type. The dairyman who keeps a herd of such scrubs is merely cumbering his fields and working for nothing. no particular difference in results. the pulp both wet and dry and can see fed dry cows should have access to water at least twice dally. The rule we follow quite closely, but with some variation for amount of grain per cow, is one- pound of grain for each tfcree pounds of milk. The maximum grain feed is continued until milk flow is very small, when we reduce to from four to six pounds per cow and give that amount until within one week of her time to freshen. Each cow's grain is weighed, and we are exact about this to the ounce. By experimenting we found that to commence reducing the cow's grain ration as her milk flow diminished would cause her to shrink more rapidly, whereas if same amount was continued right along she would be encouraged to keep up as near as possible to her full flow of milk. We of course watch the cows closely and. If any unfavorable symptoms appear, immediately reduce the ration, but this very rarely happens. By feeding In this way as the cow's milk flow diminishes she commences to put on more flesh, and the unborn calf also gets needed nour-ishme- If Marjorie Tait a miss in short dresses, was sitting by a table studying her lessons when she heard her mother and a visitor, Mrs. Winston, talking in the next room. "Malcolm writes me that he's coming down for a week this fall to visit me." "Whnt can your nephew find to amuse him in such a quiet place as this? There are no young men, and as for girls, there are only a few in short dresses." "That's what he's coming for to get rid of the girls. They are worrying the life out of the poor fellow trying to marry him. you know, Malcolm has just come into a fortune of four or five hundred thousand dollars. He's handsome as a picture, was voted the most popular man in his class while in college and is highly intellectual." Marjorie gaspefl. at this catalogue of attractions. "Dear me." exclaimed Mrs. Tait, "how I should worry about him If my son! The marrying age is the most dangerous of all to a man." "By and by you'll have to worry about Marjorie." "Not for ye.irs. Marjorie has scarcely put away her dolls. Tell Malcolm when lis arrives to come and see us." When Malcolm Wright came to town he called at Mrs, Tait's. Mrs. Tait was taking a siesta, and it required some time for her to awaken and get herself in proper costume to receive visitors. Marjorie. who examined the card as it was carried past her in the upper lull, ran down a back staircase, seated herself before her study table and began to repeat her lessons aloud: "Auio, I love; anias, thou Iovest; nmat, he loves; amamus, we love: you love; amaut, they love." Mr. Wright, hearing the Latin verb "to love' conjugated by a sort feminine voice, arose from his chair and looked into the other room through the open door. He saw a very pretty, innocent looking schoolgirl sitting before her books, apparently unconscious of being observed. He listened to some more self drilling, then gave an "Ahem!" Marjorie gave a start so well feigned that the young man did not doubt for a moment that it was caused by seeing him. "Oh, dear!" su exclaimed. "Well, now, I like that! I find you saying 'I love, jou love, we love, and on seeing me you exclaim, 'Oh. dear! I presume if you had finished it would have been, 'Oh, dear Malcom Wright!' " "I assure you I I was studying. You were quiet. How long have you been in the drawing room?" "Long enough to have sent my cad am-atis, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L &. N to all points South N to Irvine & No 28; 11:04 a.m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Beattyville. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast Lexington train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. to with fast nRjtf&'HvKj'H IMEBlSEd miuiSNCE IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be nithout it. Leavel-Heade- d men realize the importance of Insurance; but '.we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity to to give them information. FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. Cimrie s A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur- Circuit Clerk William B. Mai ju. W. It. Brown. Master Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund Beuj. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Mis -- ue Shelby jear. WORK THE STALLIONS. Plentiful Exercise Conduces to Health and Vigor. There is no stallion so good that he will not be a lot better If he is worked daily in the harness and made to take his turn In all the hard labor of the farm. What Is there about a stallion that he should be condemned either to a life of luxurious ease or neglect more or less total? Few stallions kept for service In the country get proper care Indeed few of them get any sort of care at all during the winter season Generally they are maintained on a starvation diet and allowed to grow hair several Inches long. In which all manner of filth and vermin may collect at will. Stalls are seldom cleaned out. and as for cleaning up the exercising yard, that is never thought of. Why should so many stallions be kept in this obnoxious way? Take any one of the farm horses and submit it to the same treatment and it would go wrong In a short time. Why then expect a stallion to withstand such III treatment simply because he is a stal lion? No matter what the horse cost break him and put him to work. Ill giant thews and sinews. If he Is a drafter, will he a tower of strength In the gang plow and the manure spread er. He will haul logs out of the tim ber with ease If properly handled lip Is the pleasantest worker Imaginable becanse he Is always unafraid and gen ernliy more Intelligent than gelding or mares. It is all In the man who handles thi stallion Then in addition to keeping the horse in n much more healthy com dltlon continued labor In the harness will make and keep him docile nun mnch more easily handled than If lie is neglected nnd left to himself to form bad habits, mental nnd physical. Then-Ia big dividend in working nn entin horse, no matter what he cost. s waiting several minutes." At this juncture Mrs. Tait was heard Masou. coming downstairs, and Mr. Wright, County Judge A.D Ford. Attorney J. Robinson. who had barely crossed the threshold, County Clerk County W. stepped back in time to avoid appear- Deputy clerk J. Hamilton. Harry Tomlinacn. ing to have left the room. The lady Coroner J, A. Jones. received him cordially, regretting that Sheriff George T. Ballard. she had not sons or daughters of an Deputy Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Superlntendant of Schools Miss Jennie age to help make his stay pleasant. gins. A day or two later .Mr. Wright, apW. S. proaching Mrs. Tait's home, saw her AssessorAssessor Cerrier. Ray. Deputy E.B. emerge from the house. Marjorie saw Jailer Jack Adams. him from an upper window. He Supervisor ol Roads Cleveland Bourn- -. mounted the steps and rang. Marjorie Treasurer B. F. Hudson. opened the door. MAGISTRATES. "Good morning. Is your mother at J. P. Bourne lit, Dist. home? No? How unlucky! Perhaps J Logau Isou ind. Dist. you will permit me to come in for a Harriso:: Ray 3rd. Dist. moment. I wish to leave a menage James Coldiron 4th. Dist. for her." COOSTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. A month passed. Mr. Wright re- Cronlty Broaddus. 1st. Dist. mained awny from the many girls who R. V. McMurtrj.Ind. Dist. were trjing to snare him. The route O. J. Uendren. 3rd. Dist. past Mrs. Tait's hous.e was his favor- Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. ite walk, and whenever he was sure CITY OF LANCASTER. Mrs. Tait was not at home lie called Mayor H.T. Logan. and asked for her and was taken in City charge by Marjorie. One evening he City Judge E.W. Harris. Attorney R. H.Tomlinson. called when he knew the mother was City CWli-- 11. K. Herndon. t Hig at home. Warts on the Udder. Warts on the udder of a cow are readily removed by nibbing In ln.r castor oil or fresh goose grease om-or twice daily, Any wart that has neck may bo removed at "ir-- i by the use of the scissors:"-the- n Ikrittly npply lunar caustic pencil i "Why, Mr. Wrlcht," the good lady exclaimed, "you here yet? What a dread you tnut have of the girls of your home to have kept away from them so Ions!" "It Is about a jrirl of your home that I have called to t,peak to you." "A girl of my homer "Yes your daughter. Miss Marjorie. I wish your permNvIoii to pay my ad dresses to her, or, rather, your that we bo engaged." Mrs. Tait gaped at Mr. Wright. "I love her very dearly, and she loves' "What, that child?" "She tells me she Is nearly eighteen." "But how, when, where" Marjorie came up behind her mother and put her arms about her. "I heard all yon and Malcolm's aunt said about tIioe horrid girls who were trying to catch him for his fortune, and I thought it a pity that they should deceive so nice a man. lie heard me conjugating the verb 'to love when he called on you, and somehow it affected his brain, for" Mr. Wright took Marjorie away from her mother and, placing his own arm about her, the two pleaded their cause together." "Oh, it's all right!" said the older lady. "Only I can't make out how you two managed to do the courting." "I managed it, mamma. 1 did it for Malcolm. Just think of his being driv en fromxhis home by those horrid for tune Hunting gins.- - City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Police L. E. Herron. COUNC1LMEX II. C. Hamilton. rarker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. B. F. Walter. Q S Greenleaf Wm. Herndon. The undersigned hereby pve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, II. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackiey. We will add other names for 23 cents-cash- . POSTED lounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. " Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. . Not Worth Stealing. - v A certain dramatic author was'seen "Mamma, do animals know what by a friend to have a manuscript al- they are called?" most falling from his pocket "If you "No." were not so well known you would Jack uttered a sigh of relief and rehave had your pocket picked," said the marked, "It would have, been so unfriend. pleasant for the donkey, wouldn't It?" in Luck. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral "Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. 'L? s Forco of Habit. An Iron Tip. "Why the noise?" Teacher Johnny, can you tell me "Theybarber Is shaving himself.'' how Iron was first discovered? "But why the argument?" Johnny i'es, sir, "He is trying to persuade himself to "Well, Just tell the class what your have a shampoo." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. information is on that iJoiirt." "T heard pa say they smelt it." Had Enough. A John Bunyan. Opportunity. Among the great reformers of .the Sometimes one succeeds by embracworld the only red headed one is said ing the other fellow's opportunity. te have been John Bunyan. New "York American. Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER: "Aent: thear mojotthiSyoungmqrt ui ivmsucpnropey-aousio- n Enthusiast (at muslcale) 'We shall First Submarine Cable. The cable between Dover, England, Sufferer and Calais, France, opened in 1850, wasHhe first submarine cable. rosi. The Central Record, Thurs Jan. 1, 1914. I Page 7 WIIIIIIIIIHtllMIIIIIIII 1 TOBACCO BRINGS $36.00 Per Hundred OVER DANVILLE BREAKS on Walnut street, our last sale, December, I9th. Next Over a half million pounds of tobacco sold over the Danville Tobacco breaks, on Walnut street, last week at a general average of over $12 per hundred. Today there wbs a big boost in prices, the highest price reaching We have the .i oooooo.coo U. best market in the R. state as cur averages for If you want your Razor honed or a NEXT. sale, December, 29th. Our warehouse will be open to receive tobacco day and night during the Holidays. Our sales were more than satisfactory for the last week Prices getting better all he time. per hundred and the general average was above $13. Some averages obtained by sellers on our breaks Ia3t week were as follows: $24.50 of, the Now is a Good Time to place your tobacco on the breaks. $13.25 coln Co. 1400 lbs. Woods & Dawson 16.45 Co 2851 lbs. S T, Handcock, Lin15.25 coln Co. 3720 lbs. Eads Crawford 17.00 coln Co. 1330 pounds. Burnside & Smith Gar16.00 rard Co, 1875 pounds Lin-ool- W. 0. Williams Lin- H. C. Johnson , Boyle Co. 2255'pou nds &. n &. Lin- $14.56 Farris Merriman, 17.50 Boyle Co. 3225 lbs. King & Harney, Boyle 15.25 Co. 3295 pounds. Hunt&Dillinger Boyle 17.00 Co. 2290 pounds B. C. Caywood, Mercer Co. 4920 pounds. past ten days will show. Seven actual buyers makes competition active. All our buyers are representees of the largest factories in the world which guarantees you the top prices on all grades. Our facilities fsr taking care of you are unsurpassed. Largest loose leaf house south of Kentucky river. A square deal to all. We play no favorites. Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor and Clean Towls. The old stand pat barber HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. A. M. BOURNE Go Danville Tobacco Warehouse Incorporated. Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. 16.25 Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT. President. Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT,Secretary. ' Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, . HUSBAND'S HAIR GREAT ENTHUSIASM Tobacco Growers From the Five Adjoining Counties Throng the Floors of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. Ii It Is Thinning Out er Full of Dandruff Sage. Use Parisian Enthusiasm Borders on Excitement When Prices Take a Big Jump. Standing Room at Premium Through Sale Most men are careless regarding the care of the hair not until it comes out by the combf ull do they really take no tice. Then it may be too late. If your husband's hair is getting thin; if he has dandruff or the scalp itches and burns take immediate action; do not let Him become abaldhead. Get from R. E. McRoberts & Son a 50 cent bottle of Parisian Sage. Rub it The well into the scalp every night. first application will remove dandruff. When the hair stops falling and the new growth appears use every other night until the hair is thick and abundant. Parisian Sage is a delightful and invigorating hair tonic for men, women and children. It is a scientific preparation based on a thorough knowledge of what is needed by the hair and scalp to keep them perfectly healthy and remove dandruff, stop scalp itch and falling hair. Surely try Parisian Sage. HAMM A.CK Mr. Tom Parsons' children are on the sick list. Over 100,000 lbs sold May. Mr. George Harris has a very sick boy supposed to have fever. Christmas is over and we are glad to say we had a very quiet Xmas. E, G. Hammack told a nice bunch of hogs to Mr. Centers for 6J per lb. Jr Wildest Excitement Among Growers That Has Prevailed Since Opening Day. Little Miss Jennie Hammack of is visiting little Miss Sarah Car-teravi- Hammack. Mr. James Parsons has moved to his farm in' this vicinity known as the Murphy Place. Mrs. James Ross, of Crab Orchard, was visiting Mrs. Amelia Ross and family last week. The family of Mr. McQuerry of Ham ilton Valley were visiting Mr. George Beazley and family Sunday. SOME BIG AVERAGES ARE MADE. The wildest enthusiasm prevailed on the breaks of the People's Tobacco Warehouse this morning during the progress of the big sale. Every available space was occupied by enthusiastic sellers and enthusiasm prevailed as never before. Hundreds of tobacco growers from the five surrounding counties were on the floors and they went away in high spirits over the splendid prices that were realized. The tobacco market has opened in earnest in Danville and the People's House is the scene of high prices and satisfied sellers. Below are given some of the grand averages that were received over the breaks at the People's Tobacco Warehouse: Curtis & Crank, Garrard Co, 2,330 pounds ft 4 "7 AA Mr. Jake Lawson was the lucky man VI that carried off the graphophone that J I I bUU was given away at Mrs. Lytha ill Ham-mac- ks W.L. Grow rardCo.DOO Gar- - lbs. ClI R Qfi $ U.UU 1 R QK I store. Kill Catarrh Germ Use R.H Gray. Mar- ion Co., 720 lbs. Jno. Harmon Marion Co. 1,710 pounds . UiUu 4F AA 1K IJ I J A4 Booth's Hyomei. SS!:..I:!65..J13.00 Isaac & Shear, fT"f J. W. Swope. Gar- rard Co., 220 lbs Clark &AIdidge Garrard Co.. 1,665 pounds. Harmon &. Casey ) 1X I 41 J II M liUl 4 UU Marion county, 1,185 pounds Clark A4 Garrard & Evans. Co. 1,320 I pounds 1 I I M Sanford&Raney Marion pounds coin Co., JS:..1:.. $16.57 (M D f)A &. Tarkington Welburn Boyle Co. 2,405 fjfI J A lh HUi IU yI 405punds X I r fin WbIIU R.L. Berry, Lin- Co., 3,120 f 1 A AR lbs. Try the sure and most effective way to reach the raw, tender inflamed muUa&U cous membrane infested with catarrh germs use Hyomei. You breathe it-- no stomach dosing. If you suffer from raising of mucus, frequent sneezing, husky voice, discharge from the nose, droppings in the 1 I throat or any other symptoms of caa- I tarrhbreathe the germ destroyingair indirectly on T 4 O of Hyomei. It acts destroying thedisflamed membranes, I the ease germs in the nose, throat and lungs and giving quick and permanent mlml relief, or money refunded by R. E. McRoberts & Son. aI The complete outfit, including pocket inhaler and bottle of liquid, costs?1.00. Extra bottle of liqui j, if later needed, U 50 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riddleberger will move to Richmond Thursdav. Paper is the stuff what Their many friends regret to give When the them up. and news are printed on. The National Weekly news are not what you like, you say Mr. and Mrs. Dudley McCormack of the paper lies. I think that's mean because the paper can't fight you back. Winchester have been the holiday School-book- s and letters and bags guests of her brother, Mr. G. C. Rice and kites are made out of papsr. Kites and family. Until this year Colliei't has been don't last long, but they are more fun Misses Docia and Christine Metcalf sold at $5.50. Now than books. After while books get the price is $2.50 are entertaining Tuesday evening in wore out and then they are sent back and vrehave secured honor of their guest Miss Ruth Beck to the mills and made into paper again aconcession whereof McKiney. by we can offer it and the paper is made into school-book- s at a still further Mrs. W. D. Hammack has had for and what chance has a feller got against reduction in conher guests, during the holidays, her such a endless chain? nection with this publication. That's all I wanter know about mother Mrs. Fergerson and nephew Cecil Fergerson of Mt. Vermon. paper. Special Offer to Our Readers Mrs. WalkerGuyn had for her visitors Recoenizine the ereat demand (or CMn't at Tesb'monial From High Authority. Saturday and Sunday Mrs. W. S. Fish, the new price, we have made arrangement to offer it and our own publication each one year and son of Stanford, and Mr. and for the price of Collin's alone. This is a limited Mrs. B. L. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn offer and must be taken ad vantage of prompt!;. Mrs. Victor Lear, of Lancaster. is famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cakes. They are Mrs. Martha Ely and daughter Miss What You Get in Collier's shipped to all parts of the globe for Kane will leave for thmr ftim- - h.m. ColEtrU is the one buz. independent, fearless of the it the special affairs where the best of cakes in Paris Wednesday. The community weeklycitizen's whole country. Not only isalso a good handbook but it is mazazine for the whole family. Among the are demanded. cieis very mucn 10 see mem leave. things that a year's subscription gives arei Mrs. Wilson has the distinction of 1000 Editorial baking Christmas cakes for the Presi600 Nm Photo 250 Short Articles Attention! Poultry Raisers. dents' in which she uses Calumet BakISO Short StoriM ing Powder. 100 Illiutratoil Fmiut. 2 CompUto NoTtla She states: One of my show birds had the worst "To have complete success, with no case of roup 1 eversaw. She was al- 'Collier's $2.50 failures, care should be used in the most dead before I noticed it. I Central Record . $1.00 j selection of Baking Powdar." purchased a bottlp of Bourbon Poultry Calumet is complimented with the Cure and I took a feather, dipped it infollowing testimonial from her: to the medicine and swabbed out her "Some little time ago I made a care- throat as far down as I could reach. I ful study and investigation of the also put a liberal quantity in her soft MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE baking powder subject and I feel fully feed and drinking water, and today she MILLERSBURG, KY. repaid. I am firmly convinced from is well and sound and is laying nearly the results I have received that there every day. It is certainly the most ! Aa Attractive Hene Scowl For Girls. is no baking powder to equal Calumet remarkable medicine I ever saw. I for wholesomeness and economy, and I would not think of being without it and Pupils are surrounded with an atmosalso recommend Calumet Baking Pow- I hope to induce other poultrymen to phere of culture, wholesome fellowship der for its never failing results." keep it on hands constantly. Joseph and safe religious environment. New Calumet also received the Highest VanZiegler, State Vice President and buildings combining all modern conven Awards at the World's Pure Food Ex- Life Member of American Buff Ply. iences. Health record unsurpassed. position, Chicago; Grand Prize, and mouth Rock Club, of Indiana and Academic and College Entrance CoursGold Medal, Paris Exposition, 1912. Proprietor of Golden Glow Poultry es. Music Department under skilled This will, without-- a doubtprove in- Yards, 221 W. South Street, Indiana artists trained in Germany, Lecture teresting and Very .gratifying to the polis. Ina. 50c at Druggists or by mail, and Concert Course. Domestic Science. friends and customers of Calumet Bak- postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, The growing popularity of the school ing Powder. It has always been found Lexington, Ky. is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last sesthat Calumet is economical to use. sion for the lack of room to accommoHIGH PRICES. date them. PAINT LICK. REALIZED Expenses for board, tuition, etc AT BIG BURLEY HOUSE lower than other Bchools of like grade. LEXINGTON. Mr. Conn Asher ij visiting his si3ter Send for catalog and engage a room early. Mrs. H. L. Davis. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Big Burley has had a very successMillersburg, Ky. Miss Mattie Adams of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Chastine Rucker. ful season up to the Christmas Holidays. It has had more than its propMr. Reid Lear and wife of Middles-bor- o ortionate part of the increase in the spent the Xmas holidays with his amount of tobacco that has been sold parents. over the Lexington market. We have Miss Nettie Farmer of Lancaster is sold several crops that averaged around spending sevrral days with Miss Docia eighteen cents, but these were better Metcalf. than the average crops. -a- ndMr. N. B. Todd of Charleston N. C. The average of all the tobacco sold is the guest of his parents Mr. and on the Lexington market is $12.32. Mrs. Wm Todd. This average does not represent the Miss Mattie Woods has returned to price of an average crop, as a great Madison Institute after spending the many farmers have been selling their low grades and damaged tobacco, beholidays at home. Mrs. Fannie Farrar of Richmond cause these grades were especially has been visiting her parents Mr. and high. A good average crop would sell for all occasions furnished by for about $13.50. The last week beMrs. W. C. Fish. fore the Holidays, bright, colory toMr. John Todd and son Emmett of baccos were $1.50 higher than they had Afton Oklahoma are with Mr. and Mrs. een up to AUGUST R. BAUMER that time. Wm Todd Sr. for a visit. We believe now is a good time to Miss Stella Hendron of Lancaster sell all grades. We appreciate the Local Agent returned home Sunday after a visit to business we have had in the past and Miss Stella McWhorter. are anxious to serve you in the future. Mrs. Laban Kirke and little daughter Our house is open day and night to of Paintsville are the guest of her receive tobacco. Come to see us beparents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. fore you decide where to sell. We can Miss Elizabeth Eldridge has returned offer you everything any other house Lancaster, Ky. to State College at Lexington after can "and then some." J. D. Clark, Manager. spending the holidays with her parents. All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 Johnny's Composition On Paper. school-boo- Collier's Collii Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. -- First Time Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky in Clubs i?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and THE NEW Opposite Post Office, Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. " $2.50 Residence Phone 220. Once orer Stormes' Drag Stor. a. ra to OSce Hour li. 1 p. m. to 4. B. F. Phone 65. DENTIST. Walter Lancaster, Ky. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. m. Hour3 i 8 to 12 a. p. m lto4-7to9 Paint Lick, Phone 229. offi M.K. Office: Denny anil. A. Wheeler KENTUCKY. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Stormes Building oTei Hart & Ander- son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, Out Flowers Or. C. Office H. TIFFIN, VETEBINARIAN at W. B. Phone 95. Burton's Sale Stable. Floral Designs LANCASTER, KY. TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Glass B. Carrier Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Growers of what we sell. K3aKUiz3rKaatK2nsvsc C&.i?w'CCis H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. TO vSalaaaVialaLLLLLLLLp' 'iaSaSaaaaw IX Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged, Unload ThaSame Day. Phone 202. . --'v C. A. Speith Co, Managers 2A., -- STANFORD STREET. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Officer n Phone 3. Residence Phone 2? LANCASTER, KY. X"j "..-i- l ,f, - Page 8 The .Central Record, Thurs Jan. 1, 1914. 1 1 I il We desire to thank the people of Lancaster and Garrard County for the liberal patronage they have given us during the year 1913. We hope we have served you in such a manner that we will again, merit a patronage of your trade the coming year as we will endeavor to please you to the best of our ability. Wishing you one and all a Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year. We remain, yours respectfully, F. G. Hurt, motoooomnmuiimoMHOOCOOOOMO Harry Anderson Respectable Colored Gtizen Dead. I FARMER'S COLUMN oofrttOOPaoooaolMOOOOO' npacp hclow this beading U for toe excln-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such tblngs on nrm ks be farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four elncs. and will be only In wo Issues of the nroRD. free of charge FOK SALE:-5- 0 good ewes. Kemp Walker. Mr. A. R. Denny sold a nice mule to Chas. Spilman. of Merces, for $200. the issuance gratifying indeed to those who are in eradicating that dreaded representing commercial transactions, disease, tuberculosis. The prizes which Mr. H. T. Logan 3rd. backed by a gold reserve and guaranhas been offering to his customers for Prize Winners. It Is not possible to give a ration teed by the Government. The new Steve Carrier purchased of C. B. the past several months were awarded that will suit all conditions and all currency so issued is expected to conIn the Nina School taught by Miss Flannery. Monday, a nice saddle horse on Dec. 24th. The names of those kinds of cows. In general, however. tract and expand as the state of trade prizes offered for for $161. holding the lucky tickets and the prizes It may be said that the nrst requisite and the exigences of the times may Emma Sowers, the and highest average in recitations awarded them are as follows. Prize of an Ideal ration for a good dairy demand. For Sale. deportment were awarded to i&ry no. 1, a handsome diamond ring, Lem cow Is to feed all the roughage (soilProvides that the reserve funds of Jane and Julia Rogers, two little A twenty foot counter. Gocd as uel White, colored; prize No. 2, a ma- ing crop. hay. sllngc. roots, eta) she the various banks of the country shall daughters of Mr. Simpson Rogers. office. hogany bed' room suit, Prof. J. H. will eat up clean and one pound of be concentrated into what shall be new. Apply at this Mary Jane, the winner of the first Burns, colored. Principal of the Lan concentrates (bran, chop, all kinds or known as "regional banks". These prize, chose a gold locket and chain, Hamilton and Shepherd have 60 good caster colored schools; No 3, trade grain, soy bean meal, etc.) for each banks are to be capaitalizek by the vaher sister, who came in with a ewes and about 50 barrels of corn for coupon valued at $75. J. A. Todd, Paint three to four pounds of milk sho pro- rious banks and shall be controlled by while second, was awarded a bracelet. close Lewis Brown place. sale at the Lick; No. 4 trade coupon value $50., duces. In most cases It will be found the board of directors elected by the These little girls, aged eight and nine, Mammoth Bronze turkey3 for sale. J. H. Sutton; No. 5, Hoosier Kitchen that this will be just about all she will various banks holding their stock. respectively, are children any parents Cabinet, Miss Sallie Elkin, No 6 trade eat regularly without going off feed. Hens at $3 and Gobblers at $5. Phone It proposes to establish a market for might well be proud of. Wm Sebastian: The second requisite In an Ideal ration the negotiable commercial paper which 37. Mrs. B. P. Swope, Bryants villeKy. coupon, value $22-5Prizes were also won by Stella Prew-it- t, No. 7 trade coupon, value $20, Henry forms the bulk of the assets of all Laverne Prewitt, Beatrice Casey, Center Brothers sold four mules to Cox; No 8, trade coupon value $15, banks, in order that in time of stress Mollie B. Moberley, for perfect attenWilson Alexander, Monday, for $750. Earl Farra; No 9, trade coupon value or in case of necessity, this paper may dance during the entire term of six They also purchased a nice harness $12.50 Dean Zanone; No 10, $10, in gold be readily converted into cash, and months during which the school was horse of Donehue Bros for $150. H. H. Hall, No. 11 trade coupon, value that che conversion may be made with- taught. $7.50, V. A. Lear and No. 12, $5 in LOST:-Blac- k sow with few white out loss to the institutions owning the spots. Strayed from my place about gold, Robert Burnside. paper. Dec 20th. Information appreciated. It proposes to establish a number, E. B. Sutton, Marksburv, Ky. probably adozen of great regional banks Baker. centrally located, throughout the counW. R. Cook bought a pair of mules As the Record goes to press the sad try, these institutions to have the J. E. Robinson for $350. and a pair intelligence reaches us of the death of of power to issue currency, of Virgil Gastineau for$360. Mr. Cook Mrs. Jennie Baker in Gallapolis O. paper and to judiciously mobilize and has secured a nice load for the sonthern Her remains will reach Paint Lick tova ot n arket and wi'l ship the last of week day (Thursday) and after funeral ser'W&JMI V ir centralize the surplus iunds the w I R fc3t i rious banks of the country. vices at the home of E. L. Woods will J?v "IT Finally, the appointment of a Federbe placed at rest in the cemetery at al Reserve Board, consisting of seven that place on Friday. Mrs. Baker was Condition of The members, appointed by the President, near 72 vears of age and has been in with final powers of control over the feeble health for some time, and her entire banking system. death, while a shock to her many & The bill provides that the stockholdby Long island experiment station friends and relatives in Garrard county, Pboto ers of the "regional banks" shall rewas not wholly unexpected. Mrs. ceive a dividend of 6 per cent and that dompany Baker was the mother of Messrs ErFor milk production the Holsteln a surplus fund of 40 per cent shall be cow Is uneTcelled. Other breeds of nest and Jame3 Woods of Paint Lick. Lancaster, Ky. established and the remainder of the dairy cattle e've milk testing highFor many yeBrs she has made her home er In butter fat, but for performAt the close of Business. earnings shall be divided, one half gowith her daughter Mrs. Joseph Frisbie ance at the pall the Ilolstein stands ing to the Government as a franchise The photogniph here in Gallapolis. December 31st, 1913. reproduced shows a few of the tax, the remainder to be used for the Mrs. Baker was held in the highest cows of a herd of Holstelns mainestablishment of a "depositors insur Y.. by V. E. RESOURCES. tained at SayUIIe. N. esteem in the Paint Lick neighborhood ance fund" to be used lor the reimof this Slater. Recently twenty-fou- r ' for her manv $162,696 67 where she was noted Loans herd were shipped to the Arizona bursement of depositors in failingbank 16,506 25 noble qualities, and the sincere symState hospital. Nothing but pure Due from Bank members. breds are kept In the herd 84 pathy of the entire community is ex& Exchange 10,335 Cash The above clauses constitute the 8,000 00 tended to the bereaved family in their Banking House gist of this gigantic measure, minu3 & Fixtures 5,000 00 loss. Furniture Is that It should tie nutritious. The rathe exact phraseology and the lesser 3,893 52 Over Drafts tion should be sufllolently bulky on So many amendments and the one hand to fully dUteud the stom- details. "Everywoman" and other digestive org.ins, and nt changes were made while the bill was ach $206,432 28 GstsaEa The inspiring dramatic spectacle, the snrue time there should he enuugb being buffeted backward and forward LIABILITIES. digestible material to full meet the. between House and Senate, that these Capital Stock $0.000 00 "Everywoman", from the pen of the requirements of the nnltuul. Practical will be unobtainable until the bill is late Walter Browne, in many ways the experience Is reached when 4,000 00 .Surplus about printed in detail and distributed to the play of recent years, 746.01 most talked-aboInterest of the total dry mutter of the public. Ore important change, especwill be offered by Henry W. Savage at ration is in the form of roughage and DEPOSITS. . . ., 125,68627 ially effecting country banks, was the Opera House for three days and in the form of concentrates. 25.000 00 two Matinees commencing Bills Payable ;"..! House Matinee In addition to this an Ideal ration made by the Senate, that is, the BAKING POWDER 1,000 00 New Dividend No. 6 be palatable so that an animal provided that only paper maturing in should Years day. This unique play which has been will eat it with relish. While little ninety days should be elegible for re $203,432 28 discount; realizing that rural banks recorded such a tumultuous reception Is known concerning the effect of It Is certainly true that of handled a comparatively small amount J. W. ELmORE, Cashier. by the public is a sort of nondescript purest. Best two feeds alike In all others respects paper, the Senate in the matter of classification. It par- the one most readily eaten by the ani- of this short term broadened this clause in order to em takes of the nature of drama, opera mal will be the more effective. paper. because fails. Best and musical comedy, and yet in reality The secretlorr'of milk seems to be brace six months The bill is considered the wisest step is not confined to any one of the three Intimately connected with the water it makes every baking classes. It was suggested to Walter content of the food. . The cow needs a ever made toward currency reform and light, fluffy and evenly Browne by the ancient morality play, large amount of water to drink, but it is hoped to and expected to meet all raised. Best because aside from this there Is a demand for the requirements of all exigencies and "Everyman , which was performed a high percentage of it is moderate in cost prevent the centralization throughout America a few years ago feeds containing green forage, sllnce. occasions,-twater, such as highest in quality. wealth pf the country in Wall by a band of English players under the roots, etc. The cow's digestion Is kept of the street and in ttie hands of the money direction of Ben Greet. Yet that work In much better tone when snch feed At your grocers. Should be Engraved or kings of the country, to avert and prewas gloomy and morbid, while "Ev- are used. erywoman" is bright, witty and whimTo have an exact balance between vent thepossibility of panics, to maEmbossed nowadays. the protein and the carbohydrates and terially aid business, in that it will sical, and abounds ic comedy. more reasonable RECEIVED It reflects good taste and The production is on vast scale and J fat Is not so Important as was once provide loans-upoproduction It Is necthought; HIGHEST its preparation engaged the various essary tofor milk a larger amount of collateral for manufacturers', thus encreates a favorable at once have, AWARDS departments of the Savage producing protein than for beef animals, but a abling them to keep their factories impression. offices for nearly a year. It represents dairy ration Is now considered fairly going, even in the dullest seasons, V.'oi Id's Pit- - Food Fxpo. ULion. ClaCMCO, HI. an each outlay of upward of sixty satisfactory If the nutritive ration falls thereby directly aiding the laboring Suppose you come and see Paris Fxpositlon. rrsaco man by providing uninterrupted emand is considered by anywhere between 1:4.4 and 1:6.5. thousand dollars March. 1912 the many beautiful samples Lost of all the Ideal ration should ployment for Him, and obviating the Mr. Savage as his greatest triumph as will fura producer. The cast is a long one be composed of such feeds asdigestible necessity of Annual lay offs, which we have and get our prices. largest amount of speaking nish the at the lowest cost This ne- many were enforced to endure. and includes thirty-seve- n nutrients THE The measure, is the result of the deThe musical setting is one cessitates the liberal use of home characters. of the attractive features. An entire grown' feeds with proper selection of liberations of the wisest men in Con- I w l... iirfMi symphony orchestra is carried to prop- those which must be purchased. A. B. gress and was concurred in and voted &w. u: I 1 othuwiiii sinwiii for by many Republicans, Progressiver I CtlmsMtbfaciisrIsr Washington Experiment erly interpret the score which was Ny8trom, I " ana oiners wn nave uie weinre oi composed by George Whitefield Chad- A. J. Caddell will not have hia sale which is advertised for Saturday Jan. H. T. Logan's Drawing. Realizes Imporlence Of Her Home Town. wick, dean of the New England Con- The "Currency Bill" A Strictly Demo-crati- c the country at heart, regardless of Hogs Winter. servatory of Music, of Boston. There their political affiliations. Men skilled The Handling hog Ingrowers use a successful The Record is in receipt of a card is both a grand opera and musical in the financial world, conversant with Measure, And A Great Demolittle system In handling their fall and from its valued friend and subscriber, comedy chorus. The company includes the country, unhesitatingly pronounce winter hogs the same as they do whtu Mrs. M. A. Hollins, who resides in Thaia Magronae, one of the most the measure a wise one and some of the handling other valuable stock If the cratic Triumph, Becomes Pass Christian. "This city has sprung talented and beautiful leading women most prominent of these come out un- farmer wants his pigs to grow as fast A Law. into the lime light because of the fact of the American stage, who appears in hesitatingly and predict that an era of as possible be will probably give them of President Wilson taking up his the title role. This is the second year a mixture of 95 per wnt corn chop and Minute and definite information giv- prosperity shall follow its passage. temporary residence here, and Pass Miss Magrane has played the role and 5 per rent tnnkagu the first thins in ing the newly enacted Currency Bill Some plain tight wads are now call- the moruing. lie will then slop the Christian is now known as the "Winter her performance is one of the most in detail are not now obtainable, in herd along about 0 or 10 o'clock, lie Capitol". Mrs. Hollins says that the striking achievements of the American ing themselves Spugs. fact the banks throughout thft country will give the herd Just enough fei'd at cify is in gala attire and that everyone stage. are yet waiting definite action in the both of these times so they will clean is doing their utmost to make the stay Red Cross Seals Sell Well. premises until they are able to secure it up and be slightly uuious for more. of their noted visitor a pleasant one. Through the Woman's club and with Alfalfa hay will be In evidence at all a copy of the measure as it passed and Mrs. Hollins is well known to Lancasthe aid of the merchants and residents times. The hogs will be slopped again became a law. ter people.being a relative of and a fre4 o'clock in the afternoon We will endeavor however to give of the town over 1500 Christmas Red aoout 3 orchop THE IDEAL RATION quent visitor to Mrs. W. A. Price. and tanknge again the and given our readers the substance of the Cross Seals were sold, which should be last thing In the evening. This Is one Jame3 Dunn a respectable colored man died at the home of Cary Mullins last Wednesday and his remains were interred in the colored cemetery on Friday. "Jim" was for many years the general factotum about the home of Mr. David Ross, and was noted for his courtesy and politeness to all with whom he came in contact. STANFORD. Mr. P. E. Kemp of Louisville was the guest of Dr. T. W. Pennington Monday. Mr. Walter Milburn of Lawrence- burg is at home on a vacation during the holidays. Mr. Pennington Kemp of Louisville spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington. Mr. R. H. Coffey of Youngston, O. is spending I is Xmas vacation with home folks here. Mr. A. H. Severance of Corbin spent a few days with his brother here, Mr. William Severance. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hampton of Lebanon Junction are the guest of friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Asbourne of Knoxville Tenn. are the guests of the latters mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Misses Frankie Doty and Willie Gordon Traylor of Richmond are the guests of Miss Kate Anderson this ' week. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington and little daughter Ann Frances who spent Christmas with Mrs. Rodman Keenon at Harrodsburg have returned home. Mrs. Keenon returned with them and will visit friends and relatives at Hustonville before returning home. for FOR DAIRY COWS of currency It based upon notes and bills interested measure. provides method of feeding. There are others. Remedy For Horsa Itch. Horses seem sometimes to be affected with a serious itching of the skin at the roots of the mane and likewise the roots of the hair about the tall which cannot be attributed to lice. The remedy which Is suggested for an infection of this kind is to thoroughly wash the part affected with sonp and water and after drying apply an Iodine ointment, rubbing it In carefully. The iodine ointment may be made by taking one-hadram of Iodide of potash and one ounce of lard. Laxative food and a four ounce dose of salts until the bowels are moving well will be a benefit to the horses In this condition. Intestinal worms, and wpeclnlly pin worms, occasionally cause more or less rubbing of the tall. lf 0, Watering tha Horse. 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