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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 9, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914010901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 9, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "WA T THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REL1GJ0A, UN1ARMSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER.' KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. Leave orders for Magazines at Stormes Drug Store. Mrs. Dollv Brown. Time Is Precious. NUMBER 40. J Learn to be short. Long visits, long 9 Sai SAT stories, long exhortations, and long prayers seldon profit those who have This Is Funny. w to do with them. Life is short, XilllXZ sSS.Z,St?a The little boy was on his knees in is short. Moments ate nrecious. his little night dres1? saying his pik Judge Chailes A. Hardin, of ers, and his little bister couldn't resist the temptation to tickle the soles of rodsburg. who presides over ihi his feet. He stood it as long as he cuit Couit bench in the Mercer Uoyle-coul- d judicial district, lias an 1 then said: "Piea'-- God, ex- - Gaiiard-Lincol- n cuse me, while I knock the stuilirg out returned home after pemhng a few ? & ' days in of Nellie " and attending the I ,?0r; f v meetings of the Circuit Judges of the 4-- -. r ! Rings And RisgS. State. Judge Kaidin will open 'e ( iteuit The church bell how its melodies januarj term of the 15ole The ring, as ita tones viurate and linger. Con: t at Danville next Mcndav name of Judi;o Ilanlin has ! ..en often The fashionable belle, with a beau on her string, has a beautiful ling on her mentioned in connection with i the finger. A political ring is a very bad Democratic gubernatoiiul nomi..tio-thing it scoops in the fool and the Louisville Times.) scholar; but so pleasing a ling has no Dr. Chris F.irris P.cmembers Us. earthly thing ?s the ung cf the hard The Denver Post with sever t., nire Hon. A. 0. Stanley To Sn: silver dollar. .a ii&iai. pages was mailed to us hist week b -- i Next Monday. Dr. Chris Faris, a former Lancastrian, We Have Seme Hare. but now an enthusiastic resident of O. Our increased business has necessitated quite wih address the !gjl i.on. An exchange truthfully remarks Denver, Col. The paper is well gotten democi A. Lincoln m.i. adjoinii-:ic ot that 'there are too many people in up and is quite a credit to the town counties a number of improvements which has been jUanrortl, us .t .Monday. most town who will not cast and state and is just what a paper County at Court day. is getting 7Vi bread upon the water.-.-, unless shoold be, a booster for its town and their done. a little warm in thesi ; ,rts just now. ITT assured beforehand that it will come state fr..m the first page to its last. and Mr, Stank;. ' ap;-at this again in a few dajs a full grown sand We were a little disuppciiittd that it time will no doubt attract a huge r We are now prepared to supply all your We guarantee the FREE Sewing Machine wich, all trimmed with nam, butter did not mention the severe snow storm ard mustard, tolled up in a warranty that has held that city in its clutches crowd. wants in 5 Years against any breakage. deed for one half the eaith and a for a month or more, but it speaks in Judge Prafhsr !f You Pleacc. mortgage on the other half. glowing terms of its "mild winters, Call and examine the FREE Sewin'4 .Machine Judge J. P. .'rather, who was elect '4. cool summers, mountain breezes and ed Police Judge at the Nj.'e-nbe- r Judge C. A. Arnold Dons The Judicial elecsunshine the year' round" and incition, qualified on Moiiua;, evening, is dentally "The play ground of . the naAnd Trys His First Case. Ermine now wanning the chair of that honortion", never mentioning the fact that iflfS Ma able position, with at the 13 Al Arthur Spilman a colored man about Dr. Faris had to have four teams to Police Court room. hea S32 Uur hats are otF 40 ears of age was tried before County pull his automobile out of the snow, to jou, Judge Prather. insane by a while endeavoring to haul a few sacks Judge Arnold and adjudged Wholesale and Retail Hardware. . juiy and sent to tne Asylum at L.ex of coal to his residence. Blind Horse Runs Anne!. And Da2s $250. ington last Monday. This was Judge Pierce. Lancaster, Ky. Arnold's initial case and he seemed Daniagc. Store Front Demolished. on the bench and presid quite at ease The death of Mrs. Frank Pierce, Sfp3iiaIarfHl's-"jl-5i:G1iatriifSfiSlg- i rSHlSfarfgiC A blind horse worth about twentj ed with much dignity. Mr. J. L. West which occured in Louisville Friday, escorted Spilman to Lexington Tues- - came as a shock to her friends and dollars and attached to a thiee dollar! ' dav. relatives throughout the county. Mrs. buggj belonging to one Steve Owaley colored, of Hubble, became frantic' Pierce, before her marriage, was Mis3 3E Post Lucile Postmasters Instructed On Parcel We ask and will appreciate your future Eubanks, of Boyle county, from some unknown ..uu&e, made a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maik Eu- wild dash tin ough the public Mjaare , Rales. landing in the store room of Jas. W. patronage end trust 1914 will prove a prosbanks. About five months ago she Smith completely den olishing the enAbout 60,000 postmasters have receiv was married to Mr. Frank Pierce, tire place glass perous year for you. front and seriously in-- 1 ed information as to the changes in formerly of Lancaster, but since their juring itself, last Monday morninj-- . ' parcel post rates and regulations, ef- marriage have resided in Louisville. The noise from the crash of the broken fective January 1st. The order pro She had been ill only a short time and glass could be heard for two squares vides for a reduction of rates in the death was due to pneumonia. The re- and created much Mr. excitement. third, fourth, fifth and sixth zones, and mains were taken to the residence of John Francis was decorating one of ths for an increase of the weight limit to Senator R. L. Hubble in Stanford windows at the time and lud a very, fifty pounds on parcels mailed for de- from which place the burial took place norrow escape from injury by the last Sunday. The sympathy of the livery in the first and second zones. broken glass. Mr. J. J. Walker was After March 16 next, books shall be Record, as well as the entire com- coming out the door as the horse came embraced in the fourth class of mail, munity is extended to the parents and in and he leceived a slight cut cn his regular zone rates being applied to to the bereaved young husband. hand. The horse will probably die. parcels of books weighing over eight The Io3S which amounts to about $250, Fox. ounces. Parcels of eight ounces orless will fall quite heavy upon Judge L. L. will be required to pay one cent for Miss Ora May Fox, the daughter of Walker, who owns , the property and ounces or fraction thereof. each two Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Fox, died at the had no insurance and for a while will home of her parents on East Main be quite an inconvenience to Mr. Smith. Boyle. street, last night, after a four weeks One of our New Year resolutions is I 111 Moving Vans Do Rushing Business. Pinhookers are not 'hooking' much Squire Richard Boyle, age 78 years, illness of inflammatory rheumatism. not to lend over $10000, at any one and one of the oldest citizens of While her death was momentarily exr, these days. The past week shows many changes time to any one friend. died at his home on Crab Or pected for the past week, the news in Lancaster residents. Mrs. Ada Kin- -' Few New Year resolutions will stand she had passed away cast a chard St, last Sunday afternoon, sfter that naird has taken rooms with Mrs. U. D. the summer's heat. Fifty Seven Burials. a short illness of acute indigestion gloom over the entire community, as Simpson, Judge R. A. Burnside and no young lady in the city was held in Again, we wish you, and all of you. Mr. Solon B. Henry reports that and was buried in the Lancaster cememoved into Mrs. Kinnaird's regard or had more true and family have a Happy, Prosperous New Year. there were fifty seven burials in the tery at ten o'clock Tuesday morning, higher property, Mr. Tom Howard has rented loving friends. Her modest disposition after short services at the grave by Lancaster cemetary in the year 1913. the property vacated by Judge Burn-sid- e. No one is overdressed these days Rev. S. H. Pollitt. Squite Boyle was readily endeared her to all and her Mr. S. G. Haselden moved to but quite a few are under dressed. born in Washington county and came presence radiated sunshine and love his old home on Richmond St, and Mr. Attractive Bargains. to Lancaster when about twenty years wherever she went. She had been ill A. H. Bastin has moved into the Mrs. Hetty Green says that eating Cn another page of this issue aD- - of age. He had lived here nearly fifty for over a month, and while her property he recently bought of H. C. What pears an onions is the secret of health. were at times almost unbearattractive advertisement of years and was familiarly and well Hamilton; Mr. Hamilron moving into how does she keep Sanders Brothers, the we want to know is. popular and up- - known by all. As a man he was in- able, she bore them with a courage his handsome new home just across secret. the that was noble and inspiring. She the street, Mr. and Mrs. merchants of Coy. These gen- dustrious, honest and L. N. Miller tlemen announce that thev are over He possessed a remarkable memory was in the eighteenth year of her age debt $2,500,000 and have taken rooms on Danville street Kentucky is in Danville Advocate stocked and are positively closing out and many turned to him for incidents and Mr. James Dudderar to the house owes the National Governmett $1,345, oargains that will pay any one to ride of early Garrard county history. He vacated by Mr. Miller. Miss Sallie will our $10. a day legisla300. What NEWSPAPER MEN miles to see. Give them a trial and was a straight-forwar- d man, a good Tillett has moved to the property ot tors do about this. they will convince you. citizen. He was brusque in his manEnjoy Interesting Meeting At Lexington. Mrs. Gulley on Hill Court and Mrs. ' ner, but was a warm hearted, devoted Walker to the Evans property recently It was an Italian that put Mona Lisa One of the most enjoyable meetings Nothing Gained By Printing A Lie. friend to those whom he liked. His purchased by Mr. '.lex Walker. Mr. under his blouse and walked off with her meetwife died about four years ago, but he ever held, the annual years she who has dwelt and so for two Henry Simpson has taken rooms at Honesty of purpose and the deter is survived by eight children; Mrs. ing of the Kentucky Press Association Mrs. Jennie West's property and Mr. in a royal palace has shared his dirty mination to carry that purpose into ef- Osee Sisk, Mrs. Chas. Scott, Misses held at Lexington last week. D. Turner to the house vacated by garret. We hope it did'nt effect her fect, is the reputation we hope to give Every spee'eh on the interesting pro- S. Maggie and Hulda Boyle and Messrs, smile. the Record. The decent newspaper Nathan, Lee, Oscar and Henry Boyle. gram urged progression as the key Mr. Simpson. Mr. Forest Stapp to purchased of Mr. S. D. Cochwants to print the truth. Many new ideas the home There is note for this year. Mr. Beckham Withdraws From Law Finn. nothing to be gained ran and Mr. Cochran to the property by printing a lie. were obtained fiom the well prepared Kentucky Beef Cattle Association To purchased of Mr. Carrier, Mr. CarAnnouncement was made last week A lie is a business boomeraug. A newsaddresses of both women and men. he rier to his own new home just across firm of paper reputation for reliability is its of the dissolution of the The meetings were held in the Phoenix Meet At Elmendorf. Mr. J. H. Farley to the and Be:kham and that Mr. stock in trade. Inaccuracy is a cardinal Hotel ball room and proved an ideal the street, place vacated by Mr. S. G. Haselden, given up his law practice sin. There are black sheen in everv Invitations are being issued by Mr. place. Lexington of course did herBeckham has for the L. & N. railroad. He will prob- flock and the newspaper profession has C. H. Berryman. President of the self proud and many were the compli- Miss Mattie Estes has moved to the Kentucky Beef Cattle Association, to ments heard upon her genuine cor- Haselden property vacated by Mr. ably devote his time principally to his no monopoly of the pure in heart. Allen Beazley. attend its next meeting at Elmendorf, diality. race for the United States senate. on January 10th. One of the main Mr. A. B. Robertson Dies Suddenly In On Monday night a large ball was Turkey Drawing At Opera House. ieatures oi tnis meeting is to compare given in honor of the meeting and on New City Council Qualifies And Assnmes Danville. on foot and on the block, a well bred Tuesday the entire association was the Duties. The drawing of the three prizes at fat steer, with a fat steer of inferior guest ot tne Herald and Leader at a the picture show last Friday night Friends and patrons of the firm of A. breeding. These two steers will be beautiful appointed luncheon. Dawson Last Monday night which was the drew a large crowd and created much B. Robertion and Brother, will regret regular meeting night for the city given to learn of the death of Mr. Alfred B. slaughtered at the Elmendorf abattoir, Springs was selected as the place for interest. Two turkeys were old council met and wound after which a comparison of the two the meeting, and the date "Dads", the away and a dollar in cash by the enter- Robertson, senior partner of the firm, up its business for the past year. Mr. W. J. Romans. who died suddenly at his home on carcasses will be made, as well as of was fixed for June 8th. prising proprietor, Claims against the city were filed and cuts of meat from each carcass. Mr. Dr. J. M. Acton held the lucky num- Wednesday night, He was born in Dan Combs, of the Lespedeza Stock allowed. The old board then passed ber and drew the choice turkey, while 1848 and was a life long and consistent Farm, of Tenn. will be one into history and the new was immedof the Miss Lucy Marsee, drew the second member of the Presbyterian church. iately installed. M. O. Hughes of prize turkey, the third prize was won He never married but is survived by speakers, while Mr. The whole proceedings were very in Bowling Green, will speak on the by a colored brother in the gallary and two sisters and one brother. formal and the new Mayor, L. G. Davof different roughages on "Utilization he of course was very much elated. idson, took the chair and presided with the farm in steer feeding operations, New County Officials Qualify! the dignity, which to him seemed noth as well as the value of Manure made Large Royal Welsh Ladies Choir Pleases ing unusual. They immediately elected from the same". Mr. Hughes has All the county official elected at the the following officers to serve for two Audierace. November election qualified last Mon- made a decided success in the steer years. J. E. Robinson City Attorney, feeding business. Prof. Louis D. Hall, y That Lancaster people appreciate day before County clerk Hamilton and F. G. Hurt City Clerk. W. F. Champ good music, was evidenced by the fact Circuit clerk Mason, were immediately of the University of Illinois, will City Treasurer, W. D. Hopper Tre3. the slaughtering that a large and appreciated audience sworn in and assumed their official demonstrate Thomas Green, of these Sinking Fund, Eb Ross Engineer, and steers. Mr. the popugreeted the Royal Welsh Ladies Choir duties. L. E. Herron, City Marshall, City Our county officials now consist of lar live stock commission merchant of last Wednesday night. It had been pro Buyer and Supt. of Water Works. Cincinnati, will discuss," The kind of claimed as a fine organization, and they the following; The personnel on the new Board is as to produce for the market in 1 County Judge. steers made trood all that had been said of C. A. Arnold, follows; Mayor, L. G Davidson, County Attorney. the future". The meeting will no them. The choir is unique in a way. G. C. Walker, Dr. J. A. Amon, Wesley doubt be largely attended and prove eiog'& finely balanced and fully C. A. Robinson, Sheriff. W. O. Goodloe, Sam Cotton, H. quite instructive. Special cars will County Clerk. equipped collection of women singers, J. W. Hamilton The C. Hamilton, R. P. Gregory. leave Lexington at 10 o'clock on a woman as conductor, who David Ross, with Jailer. January 10th. board, after the appointment of the for Elmendorf. directed her chorus with diginty and Dave Sanders, Assessor. officers, adjourned to meet next Wedintelligence. The soloists were receiv-ediwi- Jno. N. White, Magistrate. I now have Dr. T. M. Saymans Vegenesday night. Financial condition of applause and the chorus work Logan Ison Magistrate. table Wondar Soap, on sale at Mrs. city and the disbursements for the was a revelation of fine singing that John Ham This does not apply to the 1913 is'now being prepared by the Magistrate. Josephs. So any one wanting same year the musically inclined people in the J. W. Coldiron Magistrate. can get it there. Katie Royston retiring officers and will be printed full audience will not soon forget. Jas. A. Jones,....". Coroner. Flatwoods, Ky. residents of Lancaster. in the next issue of the Central Record. s HlfHH IfliH fc p 4VS0; m Hirl lhMfaMfrS.iHrft'JHrfHisirflL I I jglijglBiraiHjrHjHni.iaigJa; . T'l. i na 1 i 'ill' l' f' XAWitiflr wirmrsa ntnn u u nijL muwiuut I i uw i ml,l, m J . Loui-ivill- for your liberal patronage and support given us in the past year. I ggjl mwt i & ji i ry f for Oil IN M mmft Hardware I 3'! DSE CONN BROTHERS. YOUR II Live and Let Live Folks Lan-casto- suf-erin- gs to-ua- plain-spoke- Is Due Please Call mid-wint- er I need the money baftly AT ONCE and Settle. DAILY Courier Journal and Central Record ONE YEAR H.T.Loean Lancaster, Kentucky. 3F1E Coun-cilme- n. Za-no- th For $3.50 Li 31111 EHH1E - V ,4feg tr i- - Page 2 MriWMMMMMNMk The Central Record, Friday Jan. 9, 9 i 4. 1 Ttt fVio frtllriTiriTirl iJ.J mw wiivtTJUft liiTilrc ivtuwu uwunu Vinrtlori flTT j tVlA mv i m - Co a saiiterr Bottli COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. ALLEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid grape drink. Diamond Crystal Ginger SODA. itie. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange, LEMON, CREAM flB Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of bottle drinks. They are pure, clean and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. 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Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor Car on day train. No change. Local Train. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a For any information write, B- - HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA X INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." R TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH & AND LONG RETURN LIMIT. TICKETS ON SALE DAILV ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Pis:eng:r and 7ick:t Agent, 101 East Main Ct, Lexington, Ky. State Finances Ranking Issue. The big question that will conBreathe Hyomei- -It Medicates The Air front all the legislators at the coming session of the general assemYoa Breathe And Instantly Relieves. TO LEGISLATION bly, according to Lieut. Got. E. J. Why continue f suffer from catarrh has to do with the state's stopped up head' husky voice and other finances. He said he had talked to troubles of the breathing organs when many of the hold-ove- r senators, and R. E. McRoberts & Son will sell you MANY PROPOSED LAWS AWAIT senators-elect- , and that he had gathHyomei with a guarantee to refund the ACTION BY THE KENTUCKY ered from them that a strict policy oi purchase price if it is not satisfactory. ASSEMBLY. economy, in the matter of appropriaand Hyomei is a pleisant, harmless tions, is to be carried out. antiseptic medication which you breathe "Those who will compose the comthrough a small a few time times daily RAILROAD BILL IS IN LIST ing session of the legislature," be said, inhaler. It effectively and promptly "will be as close in the matter of ap-relieves all catarrhaldischarges, sniffles, i propriations as those who composed foul breath, wrtery eyes and the for some of the previous legislatures wen mation of crusts ir the nose, or money Child Labor, Tax Reform and School liberal." System Prominent Among Subjects' back. Aside from the proposed bill revls- of Measures Prepared Which Affect jng Kentucky's tax system, Lieut. Gov. A complete Hyomei outfit, consisting j the Public Generally. McDermott said various other meas of inhaler and a bottle of Hyomei, costs ures of more or less importance will 1.00, and extra bottles, if afterwards demand the most careful considera (By Ernest W. Helm.) needed, are only 50 cents. Frankfort, Ky. With preliminaries tion. He said s be understood that a Always use Hyomei for bronchitis. numoer of anti-pasbills were in procold in the head, husky voice, croup of to the session of the general assembly cess of formation for introduction, and disposed of, public interest has shifted infants and any inflammatory disease to a flood of legislation which already that the question of woman suffrage of the breathing organs. has been written into bills. Proposed would come in for Its share of attena measures that attract early attention tion He advocated the drafting ot cover a wide variety of subjects. Em- bill looking to the elimination of reckbraced in the list are bills extending less driving of automobiles. the authority of the railroad commisCUT sion; providing for state control oi the traffic in stocks and bonds; pre- County Commission BUI. AYord comes from Louisville that scribing more stringent regulations for REGON motor vehicles; increase In the state the legislative committee of the Com mcrcial club has decided not to change saloon license; abolishing third-clas- s certificates for school teachers; exact- the county commission bill with refing a license from veterinarians; fur- erence to the appointment of the first 'TIS BELIEVED, BY OFFICER OR ther regulating child labor; changing county commissioners by county BY GOV. WEST TO DERED the method of forfeiting property for judges, which had been criticised. It CLOSE ALL SALOONS. delinquency; affecting public high- still favors the appointment of the ways; amending the form of commis- first commissioners. The committee sion government and a bill changing has issued a statement in which it Col. Lawson's Force Packed Up All the school text book system. says: "Inasmuch as the bill is not Liquor and Saloon Fixtures and purely a local or Jefferson county bill, Railroad Bill Defended. Took Them to the Depot. but is state-wid- e in its application, and Provisions of the proposed law will be the bill jointly offered and sup looking to an extension of the author- ported by the the Com Western Newspaper Union News Service. ity of the state railroad commission should not Col. B. are championed In a statement issued mcrcial club's committee Baker, Ore. Indications that attempt to change the verdict of the K. Lawson had carried out his threat by Laurence B. Finn, chairman of the people of Kentucky. Intear out the telephone and tele- body. Mr. Finn denies that this bill is asmuch of the stateprovides for a non- tj as the bill graph instruments at Copperfield ap- intended "to harass the railroads and partisan administration of the counpeared here when It was impossible to declares tnat it is based on urgent ty's affairs, the committee feels get in communication with the little of the state, and designed only) sured the county judges of the mining town either by telegraph or to make the railroads fulfill their du various that counties affected will observe telephone. There will be another ties to the public." the spirit of the bill and make nonposse sent from Baker, Sheriff Rand He says: partisan appointments." having declined all offers by volun"Common carriers are required to teers. Deputy Sheriff Herbert will be furnish reasonably adequate service the sole emissary. and facilities and the charges for same Prospective Labor Bills. He will go to the mining town and shall be reasonable. They shall reto the child labor law, Law-somake personal service on Col. ceive, switch, deliver, store and han- a Amendmentscompensation act, a law workmen's and others named in the com- dle such property in a reasonable plaints and injunctions in the case manner and for a just and reasonable regulating fire escapes, a law requirLawson had been sent to Copperfield compensation. All classifications, reg- ing the registration of all factories, to close saloons there, and suit has ulations, rules and practices which are compulsory reports of all accidents in been brought In an attempt to prevent not reasonable, and all services and factories to the commissioner of agrithis action. News was received by a facilities which are not safe and ade- culture and labor, and extension oi roundabout route from Copperfield of quate are declared to be unlawful, and the free employment bureau are somean attempt made by two of the offi authority is given to the commission i of the things Commissioner of Agrlcials under arrest to escape. Council-me- to provide a reasonable classification , culture John W. Newman hopes to get leglslature. Wiegand and Warner seized a regulation, rule and practice and safe rom A conference in Louisville he be- gasoline speeder and were starting and adequate service and facilities." ctM,perati0n of the Mer-M away on It when stopped by Lawson's ! chants and Manufacturers' association, men. Col. Lawson's force packed up veterinary burgeons' License. tne Consumers' League, the Kentucky all the liquor and saloon fixtures in Veterinary" surgeons must have a Child Labor association, the Ben Copperfield and took them to the de state license in order to practice in Franklin club, the Kentucky Manufac- pot for shipment to Baker on a train this state or be liable to a fine of $50 turers and Shippers' association, the BILLY SUNDAY IN PITTSBURG. and imprisonment for two months, if a Woman's Progressive Service league bill to be introduced becomes a law. and the Kentucky Federation of LaPittsburg, Pa. A monster wooden The bill provides for a board of four bor. It was agreed that each of the tabernacle, built under thevdirection members, appointed by the governor, organizations shall be represented by of Rev. Billy Sunday's expert builder, one of them to be the commissioner of three members at another conferenc houses the immense crowds which are agriculture, and the others to have to be held in Frankfort January 12. thronging the evangelistic meetings tc been practicing veterinary surgeons of "clean up on Pittsburg." The choir good standing for five years and gradseats several hundred, and there is uates of a school of veterinary sur-- l Bill Affects Text Books. ample seating space for 10,000 persons gery. The board is to conduct the first bill promises to exA new text-booin the great, rambling structure. examination the last Monday in AuAccording to T. T. Frankenberg, gust of each year, commencing In Au- cite wide interest at this session of the legislature. Since 1S0O the state who has just issued a new biograph of gust, 1914. adoption has been In vogue, the county the evangelist called "The SpectacThird-clas- s entitling, hn.irris votine- and the action of a ma- certificates ular Career of Billy Sunday" the the nolders to teach In the rural j settling the question ot tabernacle idea was started by him schools of this state will be abolished i j0rity of them text books in all the rural schools of in order to find a local building capa- If the amendment to the school law as amended, ble of holding the crowds that daily prepared by Superintendent of Public the state. The law has been providing for county adoption, but It throng to hear him. Instruction is has never been put in practice as the Barksdale Hamlett passed. FAILS TO ELUDE CONSTABLE. last state contract does not expire In an act to provide for the Inspec- until this year. A bill will be IntroTarrytown, N. Y. William Bailey, tion of all schools it shall be the duty duced to change back to the old state a horse trainer, employed by John D. of the superintendent of public in- adoption system with some Rockefeller, tried to enact the role oi struction or his assistants to report Washington Irvlng's "Headless Horse- any mismanagement, misconduct or man." Bailey, astride a spirited horse, violations of the law, or the wrongful dashed through Sleepy Hollow and or misuse of any of the state, county Autoists Escape Taxation. Tarrytown, and when his head was or city or district school fund; to reScores of automobile owners are bidden by a great coat he looked the port all such violations to the county failing to pay the state license on their role. But he did not deceive one of or the commonwealth's attorney. motor vehicles and the state road fund the town constables. The latter gave is losing several thousand dollars a chase. Bailey was thrown from Ma "Blue-Sky- " year as the result of a lack of means Law Ready. horse, sustaining numerous injuries to A "blue-sk- y law," patterned after for ascertaining delinquencies, in the his head and a fractured hiD. the Kansas law, controlling the method opinion of Thomas Byars, automobile of selling stocks, bonds and securities, clerk in the secretary of state's office. will be Introduced at the incoming leg- Mr. Byars sa.id licenses were paid on Elwood 7,150 motor vehicles during the year islature by Representative Hamilton, of this city. The bill ex- of 1913, and he collected for them $51,-30The present law does not con empts national and state banks and building associations. In the proposed template the employment of inspectors act all dealers in stocks and bonds are and it is probable that an amendment required to take out a license with the to the law will be offered. state bank commissioner, and heavy penalties, fines of from $1,000 to $5,000 and imprisonment in the penitentiary, Hotel Inspection Measure. are provided for promoters of bogus Traveling men of Kentucky will Miss Myrtle Colhrum, mining stock, exploiters of insurance make a fight before the session of the of Russellville, Ala., says: companies where too large commis- general assembly for a hotel inspeo "For nearly a year, I sufsion is taken out for the sale of the tlon bill, requiring hotels to observe backfered with terrible stock, and, besides, the agents selling rules regarding the comfort and health ache, pains in my limbs, the stock are liable in a suit for the of their guests, as to change of bed my head ached nearly and recovery of the principal and interest. clothing, length of sheets, condition all the time. Our family Real estate agents selling real estate of towels, etc. This law Is most urg- doctor treated me, but outside the state must file an abstract ; ently demanded by the traveling men, only gave me temporary of the title to the property to be sold j who make the smaller towns, where relief. I was certainly in with the county clerk or they will be competition does not automatically guilty of violating the law. bad health. My school bring about reforms. teacher advised me to Tax Reform Bill Drawn. State's Death Rate Lower. TAKE Mortality statistics Just made public "Tax sharks" are expected to be put out of business by the tax reform hill, by the census bureau show that death rate decreased drafted by the state tax commission, through a provision changing the manof 1 per cent from 1911 to 1912. ner of forfeiting property for de The bureau notes the fact that the linquency. Hereafter, if the provision, state has a large number of colored is adopted, property will not be for- -' inhabitants, to whom is ascribed the of taxes until ( high death rate. Kentucky's rates felted for The Woman's Tonic the end of five years, and then the title were: 1911, 13.4; 1912, 13.2. Nine will vest absolutely In the common-- ! states In the resignation area have I took two bottles, in all, wealth. Each year the owner is de- larger death rates than that of Ken' I shall and was cured. linquent the fact will be noted and the tucky, among them Maryland, Pennalways praise Cardui to property sold, no ome but the common- sylvania, New York and Rhode sick and suffering wowealth being allowed to bid for It. men." If you suffer from pains peculiar to weak women, siich as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or if .you merely need a tonic for that tired, feelnervous, worn-oe-- 5 ing, try Csrdui. Avoid Catarrh. INTEREST TURNS r Children Cry for Fletcher's jtBJm 4P B t t&wm B dB Mb w Kjft3 The Kind "Sou Have Always Bonght, and which has Lcen. in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and lias heen made tinder his per- j9 sol,al supervision since its Infancy. r zcc'i4 Allow jio one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and eudanjrer the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Ji7t Ju.st-ns-go- otl a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Imps and Soothing Sirups. It is plea-an- t. It var.tsiirs. neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic s::.sti'.iK-eIts age is it. guarantee. It destroys "Worms and ailays Fcvcri hit ess. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Vind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Uovwls, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The 3Iother's Friend. CantoriT. is - ENUfftE CASTOR I A ?Bears the Signature ALWAYS C&tz&J&c&iM. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK ClTV, state-at-larg- e, - f i'i" 7itfTTWW-lKi- REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee n nnd save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. I The Garrard Bank & Trust Company GREAT ENTHUSIASM i. k Tobacco Growers From the Five Adjoining Counties Throng the Floors of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. Enthusiasm Borders on Excitement When Prices Take a Big Jump. Standing Room at Premium Through Sale Over 100,000 lbs sold May. Wildest Excitement Among Growers That Has Prevailed Since Opening Day. 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 avail able space was occupied by enthusiastic sellers and enthusiasm prevailed as Hundreds of tobacco never befote. growers from the five surrounding counties were on the floors and thev went away in high spirits over the splendid prices thatwererealized. 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. 54 JI j ft ft liUU QR R QR r- - W.L. Grow Gar-rardCo.,900 lbs. R.HGray,Mar-ion Co.. 720 lbs. Jno. Harmon Marion Co. 1,710 pounds w. j. Sutton Boyle Co. 1,165 pounds 1R lUiUU lU.UO 's Cardui two-tent- T ft I h V1 Jf O.LO tt . (M J n nn I III U.UU S Isaac & Shear, county, Marion 1,185 pounds Clark 8c Evans. Garrard Co. 1,320 pounds J. W. Swope, Gar- rard Co., 2201bs JI 1H U VI 1 (r4I A A4j J ytmL I SUBSCRIBE FOR ut THt CeNTR AL ilCyunlli $ i .00 Per Year. pounds &. Tarkington Welburn Boyle Co. 1405 pounds. S1C:.,:665..17.31 Harmon & Casey (J1 f CJ 1,240 Mercer h Co., A4 (MI F 4 A I V " If (M I" X Sanford&Raney Marion Co., 2,405 pounds R. L. Berry.Lin- - (jiI J PIU.IU . A 4,UlUU I1 00 If If coin Co. 3.120 lbs. JIInH n f it TTf I " V The Central Record, rriday Jan 1,1914. x J. C. STONE, President. Page 3 NOW POSSIBLE -- J. LUTHER STIVERS, Sales Manager. M. GENTRY, R. L. BAKER, Secretary and Treasurer. Vice-Preside- PKEAUHERSyililiK: Mrs. MERGER ill. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse 60. AUCTIONEERS: INCORPORATED. G. H. BAKER and G. H. AKERS. r Luther Stivers, John and Clyde Buckley, Leslie Knight, J. C. Stone. Morgan Gentry and Boosters for the following houses. D. W. Scott Warehouses. Stivers Lexington Shelburne Central Growers Managers. Luther Stivers and Gayle Coleman. John L. and Clyde Buckley. J. C. Stone and J. Leslie Knight. D.W. Scott, R. L. Baker and Henry S.Walker J. Morgan Gentry. We 6an 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 past week auout Lexington market sold last week, 3,104,935 pounds at a general average of $12.42 per hundred The 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 18 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 3580 lb. Average 16.48, Hager and Stephens, Garrard County, 1910 lbs 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, 8515Ibs, Average $17.31. The highest basket bringing $27.00. The market closed for the holidays on Friday December 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, both day and night, ready to receive-you- r tobacco. It means just as much 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 one-ha- lf sale the opening day. Should you want any further information call us over the Phone Lexington No. 984. JAMES C. STONE, President. NOTI TO -- -- Personal Phone 27 before start to market with your Tobacco and get one of our best 2 oz 1 Tobaccoyou rowers. Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good laste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Canvas Tarpaulins. We have them in all sizes 14x18 Canvas Tarpaulins $12. CO. ' 16x20 Canvas Tarpaulins $ 14.00. Best Brand Slicker Coats $2.50. r-is-h THE Central Record. 1 Save it by bringing your corn to our mill and have it crushed and sacked by the load. Is will go twice as far and your stock will do much better. We grind daily. FEED 13 HIGH. ii o RppLrar JJJlJ :p rr n a 3L, HA! LI BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. JX T. n Jli. 1. v State cf Ohio. City of Tcledo, 53- ( Lucas County? Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he 13 senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doinff business In the City of Toledo. County and Stat.; aforesaid, and that said Frm will pav t!: sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CAT VRRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my prpsnce. this 6th day cf December. A. D. 135C. (Seal) A. TV". GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall'? Catarrh Cur is taken internally and act3 directlv upon the blood and surfaces of the system. Send for testimonisl. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. O. Sold by nil Dnisfrists. Tie. Tako Hall's TVmily rir.3 for corstlpation. mu-poi- m i.SfitlBrBIr2frlfFrS.lpE'rl J. Curtis. Vice Pros. 's RiiX- ?JJSI3i 5 S'-'c. ' :. T.'- - 'Shji L. L. .Million, Fres. Dr. C. H Vaught, E. Deatherajje, Tresis. Sf? cm ttJfcSrjyKd Phone 100. iwanlSfifi fJL.n pf! i ri ,r S333 r r i .i. ai?c99Qs . iii n Incorporated. DIRECTORS C. H. Vaught, T. iu. E, C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. Deatheragf. Capital Stock 33,000 Smith, Marion Coy, J M. Haden, M. K. Ross. J. 3 7o The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining CouRties: Up to the time we closed our house for the Xmas Holidays, this market had sold about Sixteen Hundred Thousand Pounds of Tobacco, of this amount the MADISON HOUSE sold One Million Twelve Thousand Founds at a Higher Average Than We Had at Same Time Last Year and Leading this market, for which truly grateful to the tobacco growers of this and adjoining counties. We know from figures that we have secured more per pound for your tobacco, than has been received at any other house, figures speak for themselves. If then we have sold two thirds of the tobacco on this market, we take it that it means that we have pleased two thirds of the growers, who have entrused their sales to us. And we pledge you to always do our best to please you, both in prices, kind treatment and correct weights. We sold over our floors one day last week 156,000 pounds of tobacco at a general average of $13.31 which v.e consider fine. As we predicted before the holidays, our market opened firm with a higher tendency for the better grades, while poorer grades have not suffered, the following are among the best prices obtained. Hugh Galeys 2680 pounds at an average of $19.91 per pound, Ashford Million 4000, at 18cts, T. J. Curtis & Son about 4000 pounds at $18.10. Simmons & Brod-du- s 2130 lbs at $17.10. we are i n I & ? The Madison House is the Pioneer Loose Leaf House in this city Has Been Under the Same Management for the Four Years we have been in business, this argues that our experience has been and will continue to be of assistance to you in securing better prices for your tobacco and for which you pay not a cent. Our facilities for getting your tobacco off the floors are the best that can be had, and we ask you to be patient, and we will be able to take care of all the tobacco, that our friends wish us to handle for them. Our house will be open day and night and Sales Every Day. Thanking you again for your business and wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year, we are very gratefully, Warring Factions of United America Miss Rosa Arnold visited Miss Ruby Insurance Company Bury the Parrish. Hatchet. Mrs. R. P. White visited Mrs. W. C. Keeping Cheese. Frankfort, Ky. Peace has .been Cummins. To prevent cheese from getting GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. Tom Rill nnn1 wife viairoil Mi-- brought about between the two fac- hard, cut a email piece off for present John Walker. Guardian nf Aiho-- r tions warring for control of the Uni- use and place the remainder in cool Levi Bell and family. Mitchell, Plaintiff, ted American Fire Insurance Com place. Spread a Croushorn Bro's. sold their tobacco pany, of this city, and, according to over the cut part thin film of butter VS. and cover with a Susie Mitchell, et al. at Danville at an average of 10 cts. the best information, the way cleared clean cloth. This will prevent that Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Mr. R. J. McAtister, who has been for ratification by the stockholders ot hard, cracked condition which ruins herein at the November Term, 1913. the proposed merger with the Henry the best of cheese. quite sick, is able to be out again. the undersigned Commissioner will sell Clay Fire Insurance Company, ot LexM. C. Newland, of Stanford made a ington, at public auction, before .. the Court at their meeting on 'January 26. . 11 House Door in T.nnrnafQ,. short business call in our city Friday. Libel suits, aggregating $51,000, filed Thunder Restored Speech. o clock A, M., or thereabouts, on Rev. Thomas Owens, of the Canaan by Charles E. Dexter and the AmerThunder cured a man of deafness MONDAY. JANUARY 26. 1914. section is quite ill and not expected to ican Finance Company against the at Heidelberg, Australia, recently. The United American Insurance Company man, William Ilton, aged seventy, an it being the nrst day of the Garrard live. I years COUntV Court Term tV, Clarence Anderson, bright little son and its president, H. M. Froman, were Inmate of a hospital, twenty-siordered dismissed as settled by th ago was struck deaf and dumb during mentioned in the pleadings and de- of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson, has plaintiffs. an attack of paralysis, suddenly re.. U""""l been sick. ikying and President Froman announced that gained his speech and hearing after a Kentucky, being in Garrard County. on the Rirhmnri ,.,i t 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Newland. of the directors of the United American "deafening" peal of thunder caster turnpike road and bounded as Cedar Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. held proxies for more than $145,000 follows: Beeinnine at a tm j. suramins. worth of the stock of the company to the pike and corner tn lsTuj-u.- tiyifl; par d - -- Misses Lillie Garner, of Cedar Creek, vote favorably oa the merger, more sonage; thence in line to same N 19J and Nell Newland visited Mr. and Mrs. than $40,000 above the amount accesr ii. t poles to a stake on parsonage sary for Its consummation. The oppoline corner to I. C. Rucker; thence R, P. White. . his line S 51 E 7M rrM sition, President Froman said, had Rev. R. B. Baird, pastor of the M. mustered only same; thence with pike N. 83 W. 8 4 about $5,000 worth ot E. church, will preach Saturday night, proxies, Dut with the controversy poies to tne beginning, containing 1 be acre. 3 rnrak nnrt 17 rmi.. . ure ur Sunday and Sunday night. tween Dexter and the American Fl GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. t;;? ' to said land wan "" 1on,.j t... less, lltle Prof. Cyrus Johnson took the first nance. Company and the United Amer James A. Beazley, Plaintiff. berta Mitchell by inheritance from her degree here Saturday night with Der- - ican amicably adjusted the opposition VS. inmer, unaney fliucnell, who derived to the merger had disappeared. ricK Warner Lodge, No. 5G1. Rash Naylor, et al. Defendants. Vm- - l? same by deed dated January 1. from Pursuant to a judgment rendered recorded J. G. Galloway. et al, and Misses Carrie, Grace and Lucy herein at November Term, 1913, the Garrard in Deed Book no. 13, page 10 S. MILWARD KILLED Anderson visited their sister, Mrs. County Clerk's office. undersigned Commissioner will sell at Burch Hester near Stanford. The purpose of this sale is to reinpublic auction before the Court House Grimes and Gill sold 3,700 lbs of to- Great Concourse at Funeral Attested Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock vest the proceeds in other property as per judgment herein. Esteem of Fellow Citizens. A. M. or thereabouts, on bacco at 10.70. at Danville. This is TERMS. only a part of their large crop. MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914, Lexington, Ky. Stanley Milward, This sale will be made on a credit of fitty-onProf. Johnson has moved into the F. aged a prominent citizen of it being tha first day of the Garrard six months and the be F. Cummins house: J P. Arnold from Lexington and widely known as a Re- County Court Term, the real estate required to execute purchaser will ....a hnmi ,..;(v, publican and Odd Fellow throughout mentioned in the nli.iiiimr anrl in security for the thence to the Dick Williams house. purchased price, due in the state, fell to his death through a scribed as follows, t; Rev. Rogers, pastor of the Bantist freight Located in Garrard County, Ky., and o.A iiiuiiuu, ueanng interest at six per elevator Rounded cent per annum from date until paid, church at Crab Orchard, will preach at ing establishmentshaft at the undertak- bounded as follows of W. R. Milward & on the North by the lands of J. H. having the force and effect n . ,i- the Baptist church at this place Sunday Sons, of which he Is a ment, upon which execution may ismember. He at two o'clock p. m. was on the third flocT of the building Sanders; on the South by William sue, payable to W. H. Brown. Master Comley; on the West by Letcher Bogie commissioner of the Garrard Circuit-Cour- t, Mr. Wm Ranke, who has been the superintending the removal of some and contains 1J acres. .i and a lion ni ha -- "c painstaking janitor at the Baptist furniture, and had just sent the elevaThe purpose of this sale is to pay the land sold until "all '"ctitu upon the purchase tor to the first floor when the acci- Pertain dunte airaincf the stato rtf money is paid. church for the last four years, has resigned. The brethren harprl tn mvo dent occurred. Earlier in the morning Naylor, deceased, out of the proceeds W. H. BROWN. 31. C. G. C. C. he had experienced dizziness, attrib- arising irom tne sale, ana 10 aiviua him up. uted to indigestion resulting from a the remaining proceeds among the Mrs. John Bell and bright little son. trip to the mountains. heir.3 as their interests may appear Mabrin, of Corbin, Ky., and Mr. He had been treasurer of Lexington and be adjudicated. Charles Navlor, of the same place, and was at one time a member of the TERMS. have returned home after a pleasant state board of control for chnritnhin The sale will be made on a credit of visit here. institutions. six months and the purchaser will be He was a prominent Odd Fellow, required to execute bond with approvMr. James Miller, of the Canaan section was here last week to place his Mason and Elk, and was for a num- ed security for the purchase price, ber of years Brigadier General of the due in six months, bearing six per cent son in school. He tells us that his State interest per annum from date until Uniform GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. daughter, Miss Bettie Miller, has thias. He was Rank, Knights of Py- paid, having the force .and effect of a at one time president in the school at Berea. matriculated of the State Association of Underta- judgment upon which execution may Jlishell Grow, et al. !!.,;;-- , kers and Embalmers. His funeral wna i'sue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master G. Pettus entertain Mr. and Mrs. It. VS. Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit ed a crowd of young people last Wed- j one of the largest seen in Lexington Court, and a lien will be reserved upon Oran Grow, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered nesday evening to watch the old vear in recent years, the public joining with the property sold until all the purchase the orders to which he belonged in do--i money is paiu. herein at the nvumk...-T- . mio .i out and thenewyearin. Those present ing honor to his memory. undersigned Commissioner will sell at W. H. BROWN, had a most delightful time and were public auction before the Court Haue Master Commissioner Garrard Door in Lancaster, Ky., treated to fruit and candies. i at 11 o'clock MINISTER PLANS FUNERAL. Circuit Court. A. M. or thereabouts, on R. II. Tomlinson. Att'v. MONDAY JANARY 2tJ, IL'14. Newport, Ky. Rev. Frederick Knapp, 53, pastor of St. John's Gerit being the first day of the Garrani County Court Term, the real man Evangelical church, in Newport, estate mentioned in the pleadings and ; uieu ot a complication of diseases said decnoed as lollow.s, t: to have been indirectly due to injuries Same is on Back Creek in Garrard received in a runaway accident some County, Ky., and bounded as follows: time ago. He had been at a hospital Beginning at a point on the South edge . two months. Realizing that death of metal on Hyattsville and Kirksviile j was near, Mr. Knapp made pike: thence leaving il-- . o.i ...:.u all ar-GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. a rangements for his funeral. He se-- i James Comely 'a line N 1 E b chains lected honorary pallbearers and re-- l A. B. Estridge's Executors. Plaintiffs, stumP. I" corner; ""?"."? passing Comely's corvs quested that the active pallbearers be thence o M W chosen from the Odd Fellows Lodge, A. J. Manuel, et a!, Defendants, ner and thence on same course with Baker, in all 20.35 chains to a -- take of which he was a member, and mem and about 12 feet beyond a beecli.okl call a bers of the church- - board. Treadway & Woods, Plaintiffs. beecn anu elm. on fes. the East bank of VS Lack Creek (elm gone); thence down MAN SMOTHERED IN CELL. A. J. Manuel, et al. Defendants. and with middle and meanders of 3ak! Pursuant to a judgment rendered at creek courae and distance along -the n .. d East bank as tnltmvaMIddlesboro, Ky. Charlie Adams, the November Term 1U1S. the Commissioner will sell at public chains to a crooked sycamore on East of Whitley county, was found dead in being ia his cell at the city jail. Adams was miction before the Court House door in uanK the true corner . iAm arrested by the police for carrying a Lancaster. Kv.. at 11 o'clock A. il. or middle of creek. more)N W l.o chains to a j.oiiu jrt i pistol. It is supposed he lighted his thereabouts, on W5 ' '"fi ?. y (i to a rii" i, f iL iii irSWrV pipe while lying on his couch in the .MONDAY. JANUARY, 2b 19R middleinof creek. N 1miiliiv cnaiiuj Vr, a.. iT , . ' Si lioint creek near V M.l cell and the cotton mattress caught ii wnii lilt, iiiaiuu. ui the uuu&ra chains to a point on West bank A 18 H Are. As there was no ventilation to OuUlll) Lullll it nil, llle 1CU1 cautc 3 chains to a stake in creek, a new the cell Adams evidently smothered to i.cuuont-lit Uiu ai.u ct corner; thence leaving creek a new ' line N .j7 a 18. 7U chains to a point iti .iiueil ii! lulluv. t; death. n aid .2i:c io in two track, or.t- a branch new corner in line to Wither i.uCL .a Hi Lincoii. oui.i aim int. ouit--i Logan; thence up said branch with NEW UNIVERSITY DORMITORY. IS in UullVUl LlUIU.. ll'C 1.41.. in Loean and with tne rn-- . m ?f nm-- Lincoln Uouut Id o.i Uui' Cxei. in btands S l E 2.Sn5 chairm to a take I 1 Lexihgton, Ky. Bids for the con- aukil cuUnL ;u.u uo'ui.ut-- as lonuws. near ar.U In jrtnwest of elm. corner struction of a dormitory to be erected ticgiuiuiig at CaiVln Aiiul'auti a &OUU1- - oetween Logan jihI the aj acre tract B 8 on the northeast corner of the cam- eriy corner v.i. iiih knob, cneatnut oak. laid oJ jy commisjioner to .Mrs. Fasnw in lbuG: ther.ee with lines pus at Transylvania university will be luci;ur ana sour wouii comer anu ruu-ni- n J. J buUtti Ci) i Uj .ules lo Ijjck, cor- of said tract stiil up the branch and opened January 10. The structure, with chains te a which will have rooming accommoda- nering on U mte Uuk ami sour vvood, locusttht forte S Ili: Irom tiiei.ce N oo L, trte soutii E ; tions for 127 students, will be of brick, oaid back line to t:.i:e ziti poles uiong white walnut S i'J 32i S.VJii.73 chain to a a For :'!.-- 'i.- 5 k. onJanitfsAtfams chains to a three stories high, with a commodious line, it beir.j; 10 ijji-- j oja.iejst troni sugar tree, torner Sl-.:l.m.n touioresaniTI acre . l..i l r"icr ?!" basement, and will be thoroughly 1..0 nee r. o vv IV uoies to tract; thence still up diain new "linos his corner: tile S fcaki- n- better." il S 2 E 2.M chains to a wild eherrv and .i Mines Atiama' comer: ilience s imi V 4 poles to turee white ouk; thence N small sugar tree at ij It lcnvcns the 3 est bank ofdrain g f o o d cv en !y 5o V oi poles to a biaci; oai. ami white b Zi L. Fassir.gan elm tree at I'.rj chains PROMINENT THEOLOGIAN. puffs 2 S ox p tl:rou;-!ic..iwi poles to the and passing on Weat side of and near a oak; tlience it up to r:.-- !.ht- - tJ m .ll v v bftrinnincr contdinnur h..;n.. acres. tins snrllltr ut :i.l!4 chain-- ; ... u.a i: 4.., wiittllia r r, Danville, Ky. The body of the Rev. being the same land 13 nu.l.-- s it p E convened to A. J. to a uouble black walnut at West edge Dr. John M. Worrall, professor emeri- .Manuel iy ueeu uaieu .Novemutr is, ot urain SHE 2.06 chains to 4 blalrk B S l.tf.;!h- - a?p,-i:,;r.-j d tus of the Presbyterian Theological 1J01, by John Turnbull and recorded in walnuts growing together at East edge Seminary of Kentucky, whose death Deed llonl: No. 13. uaire Ill!. Lincoln of drain. S V.K K 1.,m li;r t,. .u . IiCiuembcr Calumet a middle oi the aforesaid j'ike (passing i:. prltv, Q is ias'U.-at- j occurred in Long Island, N. Y., was Ccuntj' Clerk's ollice. B highest in quality. brought here and buried in the Dan Tract No. z, is in uurra.u county, the end of a hedge fence) ; thence with TT-- ;iml u htiimdeil M4 tlilifiW-J- middle of pike S C0i XV 2.7J chains .w..w.... ffrinville cemetery. n... to grocer for J, " " " w.- SAsk your Don't take a o ii! tr. ing at a new corner in the middle ui the corner of the tvo acrp S piKe m a. Archer's line and a new E. G. Creech (now Jones ar.d Sanders); substitute. g MADE SHERIFF BY LOT. corner to Taylor Kignite and running thence still with pike and with lines of fi Received Highest 9 with Archer's line to top ot the hill to said lot same course S 0O4 XV 95 chains Awards M Winchester, Ky. The race for sher- i. stake; thence with Archer's line to making in all on this course 3.GS chains U WorH'j ?c Ttti Emositioii. H iff of Estill county between William Uooch corner; ihenoe with Gooch to an a 01s W 2.0j chains to a point in middle W Cxcago, lucls. Pjrii Zspo. itloa, 9 riDic, nuxz, 1911. Broaddus and George Powell, which elm near the branch; thence with of pike at the West edge of intersecresulted in a tie, has been decided 'in Gooch line to the middle of the pike, a tion of County Read, then still with ' 9 -favor of Powell. At the instance of the new corner; thence with middle of the pike S 71 W 3 chains S feOi W 4.15 to the election commission the men cast lots. pike back to land,beginning containing chains andthe beginning, confaining 72 WAKING POWDER), beinsr the samp laml nwnoH and being the same acres, acres of land conveyed to A. J. .Manuel by J. and in the possession of George G. 'n, D. Nave and wife by deed of record in firnw at thp timp nf ha rlaadi NEW LINE IS IN PLANS. the Garrard County Clerk's office rn deed to said land is dated October 2. IMADEBYTHETRU5! 1906, from Fannie J. Burnside and Joe Deed Book No. 23, page 526. Paducah, Ky. The annual meeting The nurpose this sale is to pay the Burnside to George G. Grow, and now of the stockholders of the Kentucky ueut oi vv. Lj. Jjawsun, ucul aim inici-c- of record in the Clerk's office of the tn rlntp nf sate amounting to S94S. Garrard Countv Clerk s office in Deed Southwestern Electric Railway. Licht P .. i, & Power Company, which proposes to Iin.o. Ikuilohf nf A . ". PctnMfrA'q Book No 21. page 621. , dim nic uc.. ". The purpose of said sale is to divide Duna an mterurban railway from Pa- executors, debt, interest and cost to and the proceeds among the parties, ducah to Hickman, Ky., and from Pa- day of sale amounting to ducah to Hopkinsvllle, Ky., will be the debt of Treadway and Woods, debt, plaintiffs and defendants herein, as interest and cost to day sale amount- their interest may appear, and be held here January 12. Fred M. Smith, ing to $253.05, together of with the es- adjudicated. business manager of the company, is timated cost of this action which is TERMS. now in Europe for the purpose of ar- $95.00. The sale will be made on a credit of ranging for a loaa to build the lis to TERMS. six and twelve months and the purchaser Hickman. will be required to execute bond with The sale will be made on a credit of nnnrnvuil Bftinrilv frr iht nnriIiaea chasers willbe required to execute bond price, due in six and twelve months, bearing six per cent interest per anwitn approvea security, ior ine pur- num from date until paid, each having chase price due in six months, bearing ? awao nl Cnaoitanr nav annum fyrim date until paid having the force andef-- on which execution may issue, payable x w-w- ii: -. -... J. P. Arnold has been quite Dally Thought. Those who do not observe the movements ot their own minds must of necessity be unhappy. Marcus Aureliua. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. to-wi- t? -,- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. I J , :.-- 'i&JitC&X.'i.-i-;-.--VY:V.v.-"- J Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. to-wi- i II " ! nnder-M'giw- vm ; fh.-nc- u Ti . 'mwi;:Hramp&r , - I man &:-- . Buying Baking - Bm-nsid- e rowdcr Ill-il- -- VV t; t ;r-- d-- lt issrssa 'ii yt The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. iSHmijUM) ISJliiJiniiiyii 1 f"rt t "wm Tt t.. .? Tr ' f ! is cuit uouri, ana a lien win De reiainea upon the property sold until the W. H. BROWN. purchase money ia paid. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Court. iectu JUUgllieilL, upuiiVIWlllHU CACHUUUIl of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien W TlvnTOTl fna mBifiDatiB nttVaKln tn tTia TmTmrr onlrf ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cir will Ka Moanrod nnnn money paid. until all the purchase v -- - Page 4 ; The Central Record, Friday Jan. p, 9 4. 1 1 es&egsBeBvSRSseBttsB SiBBiSBEKrEKrBSKBB6H6B BftEBrBrS6KKBBABBrBftBft WaWBWK-EWTCSKSSW- B2H6SBTMSAHtadaftHS6S T HOME TOBACCO WAREHOU SE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. S MI'te!'te!K 0S3S3SlS4$1JK The Best Light. Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Largest and MosfConvenient. Automatic Scales. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. aiH!alH::it:al;i',.H:'ai Advocate Plexus Hits :h h 3C.iBi rag jtittaca kmxM Wjfv&Va"x 'rfi SgSSSESgg-SSig- a The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. entered at the ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN, Business To- -t s Manager. a. Second-fl- Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. say. Now, would it not look a good deal better for the Editor to get down his flies and reprint what he did say and let the public judge, rather than speak so harshly as to intimidate us? A reprint of that article attacking Mr. Johnson will relieve us to some extent at least. You have the evidence, pro duce it and let the public judge between us. Who Has? The Danville Solar Saufley A Thusly. MAKING FIGHT FOR REGIONAL BANK IN KENTUCKY. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky.f January 9, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and Ciiv Offices ...S 5.00 10.00 .. . County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per iine 10 The Editor of the Interior Journal comes with a bold denial that in a Phone message he denied to Mr. Owen Mclntyre that he sent the famous dispatch to the Post. Well, Mr. Mclntyre says that you denied it and you say you did not. Since we have not heatd of the Editor of the Danville Advocate incorrectly and deceptiously datelining 'a live political story' to the Post or any othet paper or endeavoring to put the Boys on a hunt for any political dope circulated around, we must leave it to the public to decide; Who's Who? Week Of Prayer. Obituaries, per line 05 Editor Saufiey having improperly and incorrectly charged us with laying plans and trying to get up a political "mess" in the Eighth District, in self defense, we were compelled to pitch a few small pebbles at our contemporary over the way. Instead of admitting his mistake like a man when caught and shown up. he undertakes to dodge and duck out of it by the flimsy suggestion that we haven't made known our choice for congress. Suppose we haven't? Is that hurting anybody? But what staggered him and shackled him both hand and foot was the two contradictory statements h. so easily overlooked. Which was true, "Stanley and Hardin after Helm's scalp" or "So far as known Judge Hardin has taken no open part in the propaganda Alternating with the different churches each night, the week of prayer which began last Monday night, has proven very helpful and each meeting is well attended. Oar Picture Gallery. Our back page contains pictures of most of our new County officers elect. Look at them anu see if you dont think we have placed our County in the hands of men that will do honor tojthemselves and be a credit to the community. Here's to you bovs, may your administration be all that could he hoped for. Second School Term. cises of the first term. The second This escapes you now as easily as term begins on Monday January 19th, does the other question thatstill haunts which will be the proper time to enter you. Name that Trust that you have all children that are not now in school. been connecting with the candidacy of It is very important to have the child Mr. Stanley for the Senate? Will you start at the beginning of these terms kindly make reply before he speaks in as it is much better for the child and a Stanford? But vou did say, we recall great help to the teacher. Start your that you "did not deem it necessary to children Monday the 19th. reply" to these. Well when we get ready to decide and declare our prefer- Postmasters Salary May He Increased ence for congress we will in no wise be Hete. influenced by the wishes of Judge Har- - j din, if that is any satisfaction to you. j Mr.W.T.West.ouraccommodatingpost-Bu- t why are you so pestered about master, informs us that the heavy j we will support for congress? crease in his office in the pastquarter has Friends and leaders of Governor! almost doubled any previous quarter. Beckham in the Eighth District are We will predict now that the salary of not meddling with this Congressional the office here will be incresed to $1700 nor any otner race, according to your before another year rolls 'round. Nor report. Are you one helping to lead would it surprise us if we are not in the Governor's fight? We do not know the second class by the time we get how fast you are leading, but you cer- into our new government building not tainly are making a lot of fuss about many years hence. it. And you, a friend of Mr. Beckham, are not meddling with any other race. Dr. Burnetts Sale. Please hold up your innocent little A large crowd attended the sale of hands. In your recent article did you Dr. Wm. Burnett last Tuesday at his not advertise as answering Helm's opfarm on Richmond pike. Everything ponents? Is this meddling? sold unusually well and bidding was But of course, everybody, and we spirited throughout the sale. Capt Am think Mr. Helm well understood your I i Bourne was seen at his best as an motive. auctioneer and was untiring in his Now, come right up and be good, efforts to make everything bring its are you not also trying your best to " get Mr. Henry Jackson to give up Con-- 1 b. . sales and prices; brood sows from $16 , . cents, old To nrl11inip"? VlCJ trnnlnM 4it o " timothy hay, $23, clover hay, $19 to j $20, baled straw $4.50 to $5.00 a ton, Saufiey? corn, $4.50 to $5.00 a barrel, pair 8 j year old mules, $275. pair 2 yr, old That will be an interesting speech at i mules S2So. one yearling mu , Si.w sn. , T .vv, me isuun nouse in atamoru next grey mare $87.50., 6 yr.0 old bay mare Monday when, Hon. A. O. Stanley $192.50, ten yr. old mare. $56, brown undertakes to set his public record mare, 9 yr. old, $187.50. All farming right before the people of Lincoln implements sold high. The sale was County. He, with those who know made on a credit of six months. him well, think that the Interior Journal Has grossly misrepresented his Good Horses From Garrard. position to its readers on many public The show stable of Mat S. Cohen, questions and the Congressman from the past week by two the Second District is at his best in was patterns, which the handling such a state of affairs. He good three-gaite- d has been able to cope with all comers ' Lexington exhibitor selected from the and without apology, since he has I ,ot that Bi,lv Burton had on hand at been in Congress and as the Editor of hIS Lancaster barns. uonen is very sweet on a Day mare the Interior Journal has had his day, it will be Mr. Stanley's turn next Mon- by Highland Gay, dam by W ilson's day. Editor Saufiey will doubtless King and thinks he never had as good get excused from his arduous duties at prospect with as little work as she has Frankfort and be on hand to hear what received. Burton selected her a short is said. The recent newspaper con- while back while on a buying trip in troversy, in which Mr. Saufley has Montgomery county, which, judging been so conspicuous by reason of his from her breeding, was the logical attacks upon the candidacy of Mr. guess as her birthplace. Highland Gay already has a very enStanley has whetted the interest of the public, and from curiosity, if not viable record as a sire of three-gaite- d otherwise a large Crowd will doubtless horses and this mare is likely to add be on hand to hear the gifted Con- materially to his already good record. gressman draw a word photograph of She comes in the under 15.2 hands his unrelenting political enemy in this class and promises to be a hot contender in the "little classes." speech. The other new one secured by Cohen Did we make an 'entirely false state- is a chestnut gelding whose pedigree ment' against Editor Saufiey in our is as yet untraced but which shows words reminding him of his attacks evidence of being a saddle bred horse upon Congressman Ben Johnson, while and but, for the mare, would look like a candidate for Governor, because he an exceptionally good prospect. If he grows out as he now promises was a catholic? Perhaps that little Jtcne was sent at our neighbor with it is very likely that he will accompany too much force, for it seems to have the other Cohen horses when he goes brought the blood. We are not yet to the fairs and horse shows. Cohen convinced that our statements are so is on the lookout for some other horses to add some to his and will far from the truth. You have a record of what you did list soon. Farmers Home Journal. J J ' inaugurated". Examinations will be held at the school next week as the closing exer- .v. ioa,,aUnb. I I y The Lancaster Record and Kentucky Advocate, after repeated efforts finally succeeded in smoking out the author of the fake political story sent from r. Stanford and published in the Louisville Post under a Danville date line. Our old friend Shelton Saufley, admits that he wrote the article and defends himself at length in another article which appeared in the Post Saturday-night- . fe The editor of the Advocate is CLEAN the Danville.correspondent of the Post and objected to being placed in the j3 & fc s light of having written something which he did not write. EditorSaufley contends that his statements were , authenic and accurate in every detail. The article on its face was intended en as a boost for Congressman Helm. In other words, it placed the Danville correspondent in the attitude of being a warm supporter and great political friend of Stanfoid'a "tall sycamore". That in itfcelf is a base deception, libel m We would be perfectly and fraud. justified in bringing suit for $100,000 Because the Wheat is first sereened damages against Saufiey and if he then washed and scoured. Pweie not so young and inexperienced -' we would put it to him. The charge is made in an artistic way that Judge Charles A. Hardin, Because everything impure is remoe(' of Hariodsburg, owns and contiols by our new process of cleaning. Hon. Joseph Robinson, editor of the Laucaster Record, and by a simple twist of the wrist ci.n cause Joe to do IrU! the editorial tango or Louisiana glide, i Because under high Vaciuum pressure To those who know Joe Robinson, that , to extract all dust and dirt under which charge is deceptive, slanderous aud the Wheat goes, renders it so- the basestsort of falsehood. There is l3j not a more honorable man in the Eighth Congressional district than Joe Robinson. On the other hand, Judge HarBecause everything is separated from the pure nutritious part of the Wheat din is not the kind of man who would Kernel. control his fellow citizens if he had the i power. So in that charge two slanders ' After expending several hundred dollars and months of SENATOR OLLIE M. JAMES. were committed at a single blow. hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. By the same line of visionary reasonTRY A SACK. partment of Agriculture at Washing- Rural Education ing and theorizing, Gov. J. C. W. ton. Then the men will find the library 0. Beckham owns Saufly and is responThe following, which is clipped from sible for what is published in the In- the Lexington Leader was written Ly a profitable place to spend some spare i' & time. terior Journal. As truly as it can be Mr. E. H. Faulkner of the State This school is going to cost enormously. said that Hardin is responsible for College of Agriculture. Mr. Faulkner The men who have built it realize this what is published in the Lancaster recently delivered two lectures at the more than anyone else can. But the Record, fully as truly can it be said Buena Vista Consolidated schools. advantage of such a school to the com- Gov. Beckham was responsible that "There are few things about which so munity can never be estimated except for the vicious attack made on much has been said and so littledoneas in the better citizens and house keepers j Ben Johnson by the Interior in the matter of rural education. If it trains." Journal when he was a candidate for the annual cost to the State of our Governor. The Catholic Democrats criminal population could be used for Gcocb Dunn. were insulted and the greatest damago one year in a systematic organization Mr. James Lytle-Duna well known was done the party. Friends of Mr. of our school, the next generation and popular young farmer of Marks- Beckham have expressed considerable would find little use for jails and crim- burg and Miss Elizabeth Katherine surprise at his having picked Mr. inal courts. Gooch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Saufley for his leader in the Eighth No one is really educated beyond the G. Gooch, of Lincoln, were married at Congressional district, but none have limits of his observation and experience. the home of the bride ednesday mornbeen pigheaded enough to insinuate It is safe to say, then, that the great ing at 9:30 o'clock, Rev. F. M. Tinder, that Beckham was responsible for the majority of educators and people of in- of this city, performing the ceremonv. Please let us send in your subscription. vicious attack on Ben Johnson, al- fluence in such matters know very little Only the members of the families' though Johnson and Beckham are po- about actual conditions in the average witnessed the happy event. litical enemies. rural school. It is one thing to boast Mr. and Mrs. Dunn left immediately Then, the article states that the of our great common school system, for Louisville and after their return in Stanley followers are trying to induce and quite another to describe how the about ten days will be at home on the Hon. Henry Jackson to make the race thing is actually done. Tne for Congress. That is true as far for the average country schooltask set Lexington pike nearMarksbury. They teacher are both well known and very popular goes. But Jackson's strongest as it is that of giving proper instruction to and their host of friends wish them support is coming from the Beckham about fifty boys and girls, six to eigh- much happiness. leaders. In Boyle county every Beckteen years of age. And this instrucDon't be a doormat. The homely ham leader is for Jackson. The Beck- tion must include always eight or ten rag on which people wipe their dirty ham leaders in Mercer countv have branches, often more. Of course it is shoes has a place; but you are a hubeen very insistent in their demand of an impossible task, and everybody man being with a spine and a heart Jackson to make the race. These knows it. and a soul. Doormats must not be on represent both the friends and enemies i Some communities are waking up to your this year's calendar. tsecKnam men in oi juage naroin. Garrard, Jessamine, and McCreary the situation and are taking steps to Whatever has befallen vou in the i men in Madison have united in calling provide real schools under conditions past, remember that there is another where it is possible for teachers to acupon Mr. Jackson to make the race. chance. The new year is on the thres- - ! While Mr. Jackson has not been men complish something. There are now in hold. Open the door and smile a welOffice over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Phone 27. tioned in connection with the judgship the State a number of "consolidated" come to it. It is as rich in hope and 3 schools. These schools are real, businerace, we wish to pause to say that he possibility as you care to make it. places, veritable is as eminently qualified for the bench ss-like 1 he happy new year is up to you: j of knowledge. One example will serve as he is to serve in Congress. If you have gossiped either over the Among other things, Mr. Saufley to illustrate. Last Friday the writer went as a back fence or over the tea cups, here states in his article that Judge Hardin has injured himself as a candidate for representativeof the experiment station is your opportunity to make a change Circuit Judge by declaring for his old to speak to the farmers at Buena Vista for the better. Of course you cannot friend and relative, Stanley, for United Consolidated Schools in Garrard County. recall the unkind word that has gone This community is off the railroad and on with snowball proclivities, growing States Senator. Saufley certainly is not familiar with is a splendid expanse of Kentucky Blue to unrecognizable proportions. But the voters of this judicial district. Grass farms. Last year there were you can resolve to guard your tongue They do not select a man for the bench three small schools in this community. and to think twice before you speak once. all struggling along doing the best because he happened to support or opCarry into the new year only the pose this or that man, but on the basis they could. This year the same childof his ability to fill the office. Things ren attend one big school and get much choicest thoughts and inspirations. As their in the olden days when men approachwill have come to a poor pass when more good from it, because ed the Parthenon they cleansed their circuit judges are chosen without re- teachers are not overworked. The school building is of brick, two persons and arrayed themselves in gard to their fitness but because they supported or opposed some particular stories, so built that it can easily be white robes before entering that gloman in their own party. doubled in size when it becomes neces- rious temple, so cleanse your garments If Henry Jackson makes the race sary. Thre are plenty of windows, from transgression, clothe yourself for Congress it is a settled fact that first class equipment, a library, steam with aspirations. Farewell to the he will not take part in the senatorial heat, and a good cistern, just complet- past! Welcome and all hail to the The entire market sold 2,964,495 lbs for $390,321.09 an average of 513.17 Take the INDEPENDENT SALES from total sales of past week race but will run his own race upon his ed. The view from the windows is un- future. own merits. Saufley attempts to leave excelled. One can't help noticing the leaves 2,139.910 lbs sold for $277,914,91 an average of $13.01. Nine Classes Who Do A Town Harm. the impression that he will line up with great difference between the black So you can see by these figures that we have sold about one-thi, The men who do a town more harm the Stanley faction in order to gain the roofs and sparrows' nests of the city of the tobacco and lead the other eleven houses by 56cts per hundred. Beckham faction for his friend Helm, and the blue grass fields of the country, than good may be classed as follows: Therefore the farmers that sold this 2,139,910 lbs at these other houses First, those who oppose improvement. who placed his, Saufley's, name at the as a landscape. figured at 56cts lost; $11,961.10 by not selling at the INDEPENDENT HOUSE. top of the long list of men he endorsed The buildingjis not the most import- Second, those who run it down to We do not boast of a high average on a few crops, but publish our for the Danville Collectorship. The ant part of the scheme. There are strangers. Third, those who never figures for the public. Fourth, fact is that Beckham, McCreary and wagons provided to bring the children advertise their business. So figure for yourself how you can make your part of this $11961.10 ai.iT men. Stanley men are uniting on Jackson to school in the morning and carry those who distrust public-spirite- d bring your crop to the INDEPENDENT HOUSE. To have them home again at night. These are Fifth, those who show no hospitality to and calling on him to run. attempted to injure a prospective can- covered and may be closed completely any one. Sixth, those who hate to see Seventh, those Each is neatly others make money. didate by such false methods is noth- by storm curtains. that ing less than deception and the worst painted and bears the name of jits route. who oppose every movement sort of faking. The voters of Central This arrangement provides a con- doesn't originate "with thenselves. Kentucky are too intelligent to give venient and attractive meeting place Eighth, those who put on long faces heed to such nonsensical vaporings ' as for other purposes as well as school. when a stranger speaks of locating in the editor of the I Interior Journal is The women of the community ' make their town. Ninth, those who .oppose trying to palm 'off. 'Friend Saufley, use of the building for social meetings. every public enterprise.which does not we implore you to wake up from your The library is soon to have a fine lot of appear of personal benefit to dreaming. Agricultural literature from the De iPi 3 KsLJUOSrtfs mx x --- -. -- Hp.(XQfc? CQlirlJlIrMjrl lEWSS3(Eg: 0 r I I 8 Glen . LiSv Hi & aj!I3 PURE i s o I "3 Why Clean? I: Why Pure? EBi&S'mHHBnlH 1 Why Sanitary? li Why Wholesome? ram M'YQ7yxTaMr1gMnSJH ' GARRARD MILLING CO. iMyf&m.: i The Courier Journal At n, J HALF PRICE $3.00 For 12 flonths R. E. McRoberts & Son. We Write Anv Kind of I INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER bee-hiv- The Independent Tobacco Warehouse for $112,406.18 an average of $13.57. stillMeads with pounds and prices, selling this past week 828,485 lbs, rd THE INDEPENDENT TOBACCO WAR'H'SE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. . i &A'. f,.. - . f- tW T The Central Record, r naay Jan 9, 9 4. 1 1 Pagd 5 m - Clearance Sale Continues ALL THIS WEEK. E22 I P I : B ':' I THIS is a Genuine Clearance Sale, and is Your Best Chance to Supply Your Wants in Ladies Garments, Dry Goods, Household Linens, Ladies Furnishings, Underwear, Silver and Glass ware, Jewelry, Etc., as Everything in Our Big Stock, except a few restricted articles, Will Be Offered at Reduced Prices. irvxaBSwaa I I f I i, r hbmL S3 e OB PTCI BKaBBK& a t F. 2 f -- sfika L .y P. H e XI T! HSZSjCL FtsCfe DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. YOUR tfrrfiwMaa Pjift ik?r Please call and settle, we need the money. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. U il 3C 1L 1L Your 0Mes "rr A rva yir r3-- SHOE SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any WAW7 TO PJtCASE Yoi?" WE. .(rr 39 body can sell shoes. But to keep on selling them season after season to the same persons that means satisfying the customers or they would not come back. We fit you before we let you leave the store; give the best made, most stylish and Best Finished Shoes and guarantee their durability. And the prices are also satisfactory. On, ig fio R. S. BROWN. 3i nc 31 irzz x&a! ix'(0X:caj0;0a! When Women i M0Bjffi g n n POINT to the I 1 WHITE SWAN FLOUR as the best of all, they know what they are about. If there is one thing women can judge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. l i i ': I m Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills S" MXX3 )XXXQX lour Little Gill ilS ).)X MMi). i just loves to have everything prepared for your comfort when you come home from work or business. The fire in the IV' i grate all set, the easy chair, the comfortable old slippers placed temptingly in front of the fire. Do the right thing by her and see that there is plenty of COAL. Sure you don't want us to send you a ton now? Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. W, Warm hos lm:ws are cheaper from Monday on legal business. than corn, .mil !) take, olT f.it. a a delightful visa to fr:er.ds and Mi-- s Ella Thompson, of Boyle county Damp, dtrtj and FOR RENT:-S- i goxl rooms on Danin Berea. is the guest of Miss Hal lie Brown. healthy ; p. nill nn: be found in 4- - ville Street. Apirij V. C. DVkf. to. A Brief Mention of the Comings and l.n'.i-- i' ' the niiiiic Mrs. John Estes, of Portsmouth. O., Miss La Verne Nevius has been in Goings by Those Ht Are Interested In. !i ".? to sleep ... Don't .il!"tt tin" is here for a visit to Miss Mattie Estes Stanford LOST:-Goifor a visit to her grandmothhnnl!e Umferelhi. witb in or .irtmm! t!:i- - -- i.ible stalls on Richmond St. er. initial "S. B. R." M. L. Caseuc unless ton in the Miss Jessie Boag e returned home b.irn Miss Eliza Smitu .as in Lexington Duke Goodloe of Springfield, is visitA uci!; Saturday after a viiit to friends and for the interest!:-?- , ; iiti:tiii of :i common ... We have tratktl tor 2 curs of g8til "Peg O' My ing Lancaster relatives. co.il tar ni" pntik ill alHiiit I hi '' straight lumber and not being m tlio relative in Cincinnati. Heart." Miss Eunice Prather is in Richmond .'I prcwut foul Ims ImtiM. business will sell in ouantitys at a IW Miss Hannah Aldridge. of Stanford, of Nowby Ky. is Miliary H.t : oi!( r- - i.t.'l I.' preserve tin- for a visit with relatives. price. is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. here the guest 01 Ler sis ;er Mrs. J. L. t'n animals. Kener::! John Walker has returned for a stay J. Raymond Haselden. Gerard Miilfng Ca. T( Sanford. mint: ftiil n.tl too little from Hill House, Mississippi. the causes j exercise are Dan Collier Elkin returned to Yale glud to -- ee Mr. R. E. Friends are of thumps. TJ.f remedy is cvi- Las! Notice To Tax Payers. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon, of Stanford, University. Sunday, after spending McRoberts out .ifli an illness of : dent has been with Lancaster friends. the Christmas holidays at home. few davs. DiMi-si'ri's :it:il pant'.iti' !: Under the new Revenac law I will find their kirt'.M It.irUir in tilth Miss Minerva Cox is in Richmond, be compelled to advertise your property Mr. John McRoberts. returned to Miss Carrie Wen. i f Cincinnati. Clean boss art- - irrnerally healthy : for sale if taxes are not paid at once. the guest of the Misses Dickerson. State University Monday, after spend-- 1 has been isiting lu. .mil Mis. Sarah hos. free of parasite. Cleanii :' This means vou. Miss Mary Miller.of Richmond is the ing the Holidays with his parents here. McCormack. uess, costs little but effort ! Respectfully guest of Misses Jane and Mary Doty. Mrs. T. M. Wilson has returned to Mrs. D. C. S.itmir-- . was hostess at G. T. KaHard. home in BowIingGreen afterspend- - an elaborate cour.-- e dinner the latter Mrs. Wm. R. Cook left Sunday for a her Sheriff of Garrard county. A GOOD FARROWING PEN. visit to Mrs. Ernest Sprague in Lonis-- I ing the Christmas holidays with her part of last wtett. parents. Honorable J. R. Mount and ville. Mr. and Mrs Alex Layton were Bargain Htre. Mrs. Mount. Small Portable Huts Best For the ' guests for several days, of Mr. and Mr. David Logan, of Decatur 111. has Sow and Litter. To close out our partnership, we wilt TheC. W. B. M. Auxiliary met Mrs. 1). c. sTa,K.,s ' been visiting his cousin, Mrs. AIpx A farrowing pen made from fenc sell Wednesday afternoon at the church. at a bargain. 00 acres of land, two Walker. Mr. J. S Bowman left Monday for ing board, lisht and portable, five feet miles from Lancaster. A most interesting theme was under s'rrnnse-ment- s square. W one of the lian-lMrs. fausan uudley, ol Kichmond, is discussion "The Enflish Rihl" nnd Vanceburg, after a short visit to Mr. Herndon & Walker , on our farm and Indispensable t anu iurs. 11T . j. .inuerson. n the guest of Air. aud Mrs. M. H. "The Old Manuscripts". in farrowing time, writes G. O P.rown Dudley. Tni Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden and ' Mr ant "'r'" Fleece, of Louisville, in the National Stockman miiK low ror oaie. Miss Elizabeth Ford entertained at a daughter Janev, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. have been recent guests of Reverend pen mar be ot up anywhere on the . Number one fresh milk cow. Apply farm In a shed, on the barn lloor or social function the latter part of the Haselden and Mr. Joseph Haselden J. Rockwell Smith and wife. in the baement. in the open barn lot j at W. H. Lackey's. holidays. motored to Lexington to witness the Miss Aliie Arr.o.d has returned to about the straw stacks or wherever Pd J. H. Guilt v. Robert Elkin left Friday to visit Mr. interesting play "Peg O' My Heart". Wilkesbtrre, Pei.n. after enjoying the comfort exists for the advent of the youngsters holiday season wita nome-folkand Mrs. Shirley Elkin in Fairmount For Rent. Misses Martha and Helen Gill left The dam can set no nesting material West Va. Monday for a visit to their sister Mrs. Miss Katharine Karris is at hon:. save what ni' she her and tamiot Five room cottage with bath, sink in Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bastin are in G. C. Faris, in Denver Colorado. From again after a visit i her father, Mr. smother her piss in the litter. We kitchen, electric lights, and all necesshave each of our A shaped bos bunks ary out buildings. Big garden and lot. Millersburg visiting the parents of there they will go to Tulsa, Oklahoma, J. Randolph Hants, of Stanford. built from matched barn siding with Can givi to be the guestof Mrs. W. 1. Wiliiams. Mrs. Bastin. possession at once. Miss Pauline Hocker, of Stanford, is open front door, and fitted in the top Mr. Robert Murphy, late of this with her grandfather, Mr. A. R. Den- ridge of each i n hook upon which R. T. Embrv. Hon. J. R. Mount, left Sunday for we hang a lighted lantern, excluding ' Frankfort for the convening of the county, but now of Lexington, was in ny and aunt, Mrs. Mattie Duncan. town last Friday on business. Mr. While Help Wanted. Legislature. Henry Boyle a valuable employer of all frosted nir from the interior Oter Murphy will complete a course in Law R. R. Company was here for the the doors we tack temporarily it piece ' I desire to hire a middle age white Miss fcida Raney was the hostess at soon, and a bright, successful future of burlap with a lisht piece of board funeral of his father, the late 'Squire at the bottom, which holds the curtain ' woman to cook. None but reliable a 6 o'clock dinner at her home on awaits him Bovle. in place. parties deed apply. References requirStanford street. Mr. Clide Scott Stillwell and atThe dam can ko out for feed and the ed. G. W. Riee. Miss Maymie Lee Marsee has return-- , Miss Sallie Tillejt has rented and tractive bride (nee Miss Helen Eliza- youngsters are not exposed to the chill Paint Lick, Ky. ed from a delightful visit to friends winds. On sunny days these curtains moved to the residence of Mrs. Gulley beth Barton,) of Oak Park, 111., who and relatives in Lexington and Paynes are fastened up and the sunshine ad- - ' on Lexington street last Monday. are in Kentucky for a bridal tour were Depot. Farm Wanted. Dry nesting material adds mitted Miss Bessie Gulley gave an elaborate with the bride's aunt, Mrs. George M. greatly to the health of the dam and . Cin-- I Mr. and Mrs. Clailes Scott, of i 1 want to buy a small, well improved, social function in honor of her cousin Patterson, on Tuesday. the thrift of the early litters and i cinnati were called here by the death worth while civlnc well watered, productive farm or. a Miss Edna Gulley, of Mineral Welly, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hoeing, of Milof Mrs. Scott's father, the late Squire good pike near Lancaster. Give price Texas. waukee, arrived Tuesday for a visit to Boyle. and full description. Mrs. Wm. Kinnaird entertained the inter- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF Lock Box No. 367. Mr. Ed. C. Gaines the popular in. mediate Christian Endeavor Society on Hoeing is pleasantly remembered as Pd. Cassvilte. Missouri. surance man who has been ill at his Friday evening at his home in Hill Miss Olivia Sweeney, and her host of friends are welcoming her to her old home on Water street' is some what j Court. For Sale. Of improved. home. Mrs. Jesse Arnold has returned to Miss Margaret Cook has returned j 154S acres land near Hyattsville Ky. A watch party was given by Misses BRYANTS VILLE, KY. her home in Frankfort, after several after a pleasant visit to Misses Chas-- 1 If not sold by March 1st, would lease m weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. Ella Helen and Martha Gill last Wednesday tine and Helen Elizabeth Sprague, in At The CIos of Business to one or more parties for tobr ceo or night at their home. The Old Year Bettis. Louisville. hemp. was bid farewell and the New Year December 31st, 1913. Mr. Joe McCormack, has returned to joyfully ushered Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydon, A delightful j Mrs. Frank Marksbury, Misses Sallie j in. in Hendersonville, N. C. after Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. . his home menu was served. Elkin and Martha Kavanaugh were the RESOURCES. Phone 4S72. Lexington Exchange. f a visit to his mother Mrs. Sarah Mc- Mr. Ben Herndon, who has the dis- efficient leaders of the Womans Club I Loans and Discounts $ 42.948 38 Cormack. 1,703 43 tinction of having served in the Rev- this week. Furniture and Fixtures . . Miss Christine Pollitt second daughter 2,511 25 enue service under four Collectors, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Jr. left Banking Houe and Lot.. Election Notice. of Reverend and Mrs. S. H. Pollitt has resigned his position under Collector 13.543 75 last week for Maysville, where they Due from Banks been quite ill ror several days from an Judge John Hughes on January 1st and! will visit Mrs. smith's parents, for Cash on Hand . A meeting of the stock holders of 3,965 10 . abcess on a tooth. ,a r:orrnrfl Rrinfc X? Tnlst Co. will hl has accepted a position as night ticket two weeks. $ 64,671 91 hejd Jn the stock holders room at the Total Miss Gracie May Cochran was the agent at the Southern depot at DanFrank Tinder returned Monday to LIABILITIES. bank Tuesday afternoon January 13, charming and vivacious hostess on ville. lTniVirsit V. Jiftpr a stnv $ 13,000 CO 1914 at 2 o'clock, for ths purpose of Fi iday evening for a few members of Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird, came with his parents. Eider F. M. Tinder CaP,tal Stoc,k electing officers for the ensuing year. Surplus and Undivided the Junior social set. home from Philadelphia last Saturday and Mrs. Tinder. 1,726 18 Prolits (earned) J. W. Elmore.Cashier. to spend a few days with the home Miss Elizabeth Ford who spent the 45,799 64 The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes- - Deposits Christmas holidays here with her father lolKs. Dr. Kinnairu was recently ap 1.1 ..ffr..A.. . ..til. nnnUn-- B MIdd OIII.. D. L1 1.500 00 Notice. Q and brothers left Tuesday for Sayre MoOnn D.nlin(IIi TlnWInnn. IJLaSIICOl QnrI waouil, rt i T"l I., wl. n X1J lO U nal .w... ' nt 450 00 J; C3 IMJU1IJSUII, vi LT1V1UCIIU XT. County hospital, of New York City Institute in Lexington. Lancaster Ky January the 1st 1914. 196 09 Due to Banks and will assume his new duties upon Lexington street. The Honorable A. D. Ford Judge of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, Misses Misses Jane and Mary Doty gave his return in a few days. $ 64,671 91 the Garrard County Court and J. E. Total Rella, Allie and Mary Arnold were in "A Rook Party" Tuesday afternoon Mr. R. M. Hewlitt, the efficient and We thank oar friends for their patronage for Robinson County Atty for Garrard Nicholasville for the funeral of the late guest. Miss Mary the past year and wish for all much happiness County are hereby notified that Gib accommodating bookkeeper for Hazel- - for their attractive Mrs. Margaret Folger. (;. C. Becker. President. Miller, of Richmond. and prosperity. Mitchell will on the 1st Tuesday in den Bros., has resigned his position B.P. Swopeand J. If. Boner. Vice Presidents. February 1914 make application before The Presbyterian Missionary society with that firm and has accepted a more Miss Mary Dalton has returned to J. C. Williams, Cnsbler. met Monday afternoon at the church. lucrative one with the Hamilton College after spending the Pl'eetoM. Soah Marsee, Jr.. John V. Scott, the Board of prison Commissioners for The subject for consideration was Hardware Co.of Lexington. Mr. Hew- holidays with her parents, Mr. and Sr.. B. I'. swope. C. C. Becker. J. If. Boner. a parole. Gib Mitchell. "The moslem "World". J.C.Williams. By R. H. Tomlinson Atty. litt has made many friends since com- Mrs. James Dalton. Messrs Joe Allman and Normal ing to Lancaster, all of whom wish him Miss Lettie May McRoberts enterSoper, returned to their home in Rich- much success in his new field. tained at an informal luncheon, Thursmond after spending the holidays with Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Chumbley ar- day evening, the honoree being Miss x m A.T KW w ' 'M?l Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. A most cordial Mary Miller, of Richmond. rived last evening. IMUiS&Y Mrs. George Bailew has returned to welcome was extended them by Mrs. Mrs. Oakley Burke and handsome IK Wholesale prices direct to the her home, in Madison county after a E. R. Jordon, Mrs. A. J. Toole, Mrs. little son, Lucien Sanders Burke, of consumer. I have a full line visit to her sister MissTommie Francis S. L. Harwood, Mrs. H. E. Eagan, Silver Creek, were recent guests of of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and Mrs. John Keith, Mrs. B. A. Hooks Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sanders. and brother, J. L. Francis. We tell yon how, and pay best market and Mrs. L. A. Phillips, who were at will be pleased to submit samprices. We are Sealers; established Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained at the manse when they arrived. in 1SD6; and can do BETTER for yon ples and prices. Terms spot For Rent. a handsome course dinner at her atth?n agents or commission merA- delicious supper was daintily ser chants. References any bank in Loutractive home complimentary to Dr. W. cash. isville. Write for weetly price list. Store Room, 20x40 ft Located 3J ved. Rev. and Mrs.' Chumbley are re. H. Higgins and Mrs. Higgins of New M. SABEL & SONS U.ceiving the sincerest congratulations miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike. -& 33 E. rtit H lOOISTaiE. R. York. W. BUSH NELSON, Splendid location. Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. Lexington, Ky. Miss Nancy Goodloe has' renurhed to numerous friends in the city. Dublin J. T. Livingston, Danville where she will again enter I Ga. Courier Herald. Lancaster, Ky. R. R. No.3. Mr. Joe Wheeler ha- Gossip About People v s v school after having spent a portion of the ho!ulaya with .Mr. ai:.l Mrs. V. 0. Goodloe. - returned lela-tive- Judge R. A. Burnside paid a flying "i J t , " i V ' " PW3 Z ? j2?d j y h trip home this week. Judge L. L Walker, was in Richmond, THE SWINEHERD. r YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CULCMS. -- d -- ' I tf. i ' 1 1 ' s. ' I I Bank Bryantsville. f S I ! ' I I i :i i ' ' ' U.-- . "I 11 A Van-Deeri- " FIELD SEED. i TrA rri" JUJK9 y&fi- 1 ( Page 6 The Central Record, rriaay Jan. p, 1914s MILITIA CALLED SUNDAYJCHOOL. OUT IN LETCHER Lesson ATTEMPTED ELECTION OF TREASURER BRINGS ABOUT ACUTE L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. II. First Quarter, For Jan. 11, 1914. SERIES. Arrive. No 10; a. m. To Maysville. connecting" at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & 50 SITUATION. THE INTERNATIONAL Ashland, MemText of the Lesson, Luke x, ory Verses, 1, 2 Golden Text, Luke x, 2 Commentary by Rev. D. M. at Paris to Cincinnati. ' No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting FIVE ARE PUT UNDER BOND at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. Stearns. To Richmond, connecting with L & Governor Relieves Troops From Duty, The sending forth of the twelve Is re- N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington Challenging Authority of County corded in Matt, x, Mark vl and Luke & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. Judge to Call Out Company Feel- lx. The sending of the seventy Is told No 70; 11:50 a. m. ing Believed to Have Subsided. only in our lesson chapter. Both To Richmond, connecting with fast companies were sent by two and two, train to Cincinnati. Western Newspaper Union News Service. as lambs among wolves, and they were No 27; 2:09 p. m. Whltesburg, Ky. Rivalry between to preach the kingdom of God and To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon friends of banks having candidates for heal ix, 2; sick (verses 1, 3, treasurer of Letcher county, to be Mark the 7; Matt, x, 7, 8, 1G). 0; rea- Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling vL elected by the fiscal court, created a son given In each case for The sending Green, and at Bardstown Junction to situation so acute that the local com- them is the same harvest great, labor- Bardstown & Springfield. pany of militia was called out. In his ers few. The command to pray Is also No 9; 8:42 p. m. order for military Intervention. Judge the same. "Pray ye therefore the To Stanford, connecting with John Fitzpatrick stated that "an un- Lord of the harvest that He would train to Bristol & Atlanta. lawful assembly" was in possession of fat IMBHMHBHHHIIHHHHIHHHHHJHIIBJilUJ Heavy buying and weather conditions find us overstocked on some lines of Goods which we MUST CLOSE OUT regardless of cost. This sale is your gain and our loss, as the following prices show these are sledge hammer bargains, and if you will need the goods in the next twelve months, it will pay you to come fifty miles to this sale. Sale begins the court house and attempting to bold a special session of the county court, and that peace officers had refused to obey his orders. Warrants charging confederating and intimidation were issued by Judge Fitzpatrick and bonds were required of two magistrates, a former county judge and two other prominent citizens. The guards took possession o! the order book of the court. Later in the day Judge Fitzpatrick received a message from Governor McCreary directing that the militia be relieved of duty, and saying that a county judge had authority to assemble a posse but was without author ity to call out the state guard. Feeling has subsided, and further trouble is not expected. NEWSPAPER CHANGES HANDS. Lexington, Ky. The syndicate which bought the Lexington Leader has taLeavel-Heade- d ken charge of the paper, with Harrj Gliovannoli as editor. In the last ismen realize the importance of Insue of the nacar under her ownership. Mrs. Anna T. Roberts, widow of It3 (Isa- - vi S). Isaiah saw the Lord upon a throne surance; but .we wish to talk to founder, Samuel J. Roberts, who has, and heard the voice of the Lord; he those who are not fully aware of the since Mr. Roberts' death last spring, been the editor and publisher, wrote had the assurance of iniquity taken advantages of Insurance, and rein a parting editorial: "The Leader away and sin purged: he saw in vision spectfully solicit an opportunity u-twas the life and the ambition of its the earth full of His glory, and when give them information. founder, in which the present owner the triune God said "Whom shall I shared. She came into its life a few send, and who will go for us?" he was arjrsrasz .it months after its birth, a bride, and ready to reply, "Behold me; send me." FRISBIE & THOMAS, It was the vision of the glory of the a widow. For twenty-fleaves it Lord, that constrained Isaiah. It was years side by side, the two ive LANCASTER. KY. seeing and hearing the risen Christ watched the progress, at first dubious on his way to Damascus that when Office Citizens National Baui of its success, but afterwards happy changed We are very much Overstocked on Men's Suits Saul of Tarsus from a perAt about cents on the Dollar. as it surmounted every obstacle. It dewas not loved because it became re- secutor and murderer to a most and m order to reduc-- our stock in a hurry we will grade them into! One lot good, heavv. servicable Mens Ovpr. wnrth ..r r ww munerative. It was loved for itself, voted follower of Jesus of Xazareth three different lots. now $4.00. Lot of Mens Overcoats worth up to $10.00. now $7.50. Lot for the purposes for which it was and made him blind and deaf to all Official Directory Of Garrard County. . but .Testis for the rest of his life (Acts Lot No 1. Men's Suits in all sizes worth up to S10.00 now S5.00 of Mens Overcoats worth up to $15.00. now $850. Lot Boys Overcoats founded, and for the things it accom-- i sn. u. 11). lhe Lord Jesus said to Lot No. 2. Men's tine Suits worth up to $13 50, now $8.50. Lot No 3. size s 10 to 19 years, worth up to $7.50 going at $3.50. Lot of Boys plished. It stood for purity of elecopen their eyes, to tions, for better government and for iliim. "I send the:? to to light, from the Circuit Juris J.cn. t:iruM , HrUsu from darkness fTT- Men's extra line Suits worth up to $15., now $10.00. Overcoats, sizes up to 10 years, worth up to S3.00. now S2.50. the great common people. Its columns power of Satan unto God. that thev C'omir.oimoKltlis Attorney lion. KlEuWl yeir. were open and free to all who wished may receive forgiveness of sins and CireniM'Irrl: Wiillitm B. Msisjn. to reach the public ear. Like a child, W. H.&roit. Mfid'tr Cuiainitiouer inlieritr.nte" (Acts xxvi. 17. IS). . it was nourished with the best of care, One of the great words in our les- Truster Jury I'mul BfiiJ. F. KoMh-meno matter what the cost." StaZk? son is. "Behold. I send you' forth" Oilieinl Court teiiosrai'her Mton. (verse 3). lie chose the twelve that County JuilgeC A.AruoM. they might be with Him and that He County Attorney a. C. Walter. MAN OF MYSTERY DEAD. might send them rorth (Mark iii. 11). County ClerL J. V. Hamilton. Louisville, Ky. Louisville's man of To Gidciii lie said: "Go in this thv Deputy clerk Harry TomliHiOa. Have not 1 sent thee?" Coroner J. A. Joue". mystery, known as George Gibson, for might. (Juris vl. 1 !. Over thirty times in tin Sheriff C. A. KoMuoii. 20 years employed at the city hospi One lot worth wp to 2.50. now $1.00. Lot worth up to 3.50 now' Men's 3.00 Corduroy Pants, now $2. Corduroy Pants, GO tal, died there without drawing aside ) goP' by John He speaks of Himself Deputy ?LeriiT (.eore T. KallsrO. Superinteudant of $2.00. I o: worth up to 5.00 now $3 00. Mi?ieua3 ' ? One lot Men's All Wool Jeans Pants worth nn tr. ,o on .., thp pnrrnin whipli Tin rlrew nlinnt his: as Sell by the Fethor. and iifti.- - t' ., 200 p!1irs of Men's fi:e dress Pants in all grades at a ma saving, jiens 0(id Coats and Vests, all sizes, . past life. Twenty years ago he was a resurrection He said t the Apostle-Daw Zander-1worth ip to $3.50 now S2.00. K. 15. Kay. patient at the institution. As he con- - ' "As my Father tuth sent me. even o Deputy Nov is the time lo buy a few pair. Doys ouu coats and vests wortn up to 5.00 now $2.00. A feuj CorduM,"'J ! vo"" (J,,1'!1 xs- - -- 1'Jailer Dave Ks. valesced he took an interest in work w,:' ll, MXnc- - T'',t!' II! Ktxwl s jfenr'aaii Hoof Men's Corduroy Pants at cents on the Dollar. roy hunting coats and vests for men.in small hizes.worth 7.50 about the institution and was so faith- - ""'' sOIlt by Hllll. We nii!.V always Tremurer J. V. Mmuir. M,nt h i n onnlln,, hie n,rol' v . ..i,t, ........ Ii u. u:t,ii:u,s ;nm MAGISTRATE.. despite shake-up- s due to political i "' Wli.il have , j When :i Pis business vo Vl,u to tell much of his past life. He did no anxiety nwiiir tm wnerpwun.ii. lor jLKaBlmatl,list. -- it,Ot.t. will surely see t it. Janzs j. Ji.tisi say that he was 89 years old; that he He I "When James Coiiljon lib, oux. He said to the had lived in Scotland, and had served ) oU without pursr ami vrlt ami cocsty !wak& or Kr as a Union soldier in the civil war, ! v.- - anytl'injr? Asx! and had two daughters and a son In s::id licked I.u!; csii. ". On: ;,,t .lisses .Ml won: "!-- . i:i b'Tes up 10 ii years, very line. now ocis. muies iim unaerwtar. tiighriy soiled, 'worth un to 'y-.- sl VV ;:r Tliomp Am. .1. It. lac. Dirt. :ut!iii!" K. I). Hc.'larlrj. ;urt. Chicago. now lacts. Lot of Women's rth i; ; l'?.:: !v Jiwist Chrlt. ' O. J. HtrmlrvQ. ".nt. wt. to so .rwcHi'S Shoes vonli 5.l.'l -- .m. i n.--t ' l Hi- - ii::di- tij the k".:i Chaks. sires .j- to s; ! 25. 5 tars, v.orili 2 30 now ThM w r:ie- - t. out. Men and One Lot of Men's Hertford Boots worth $5.00-HAGG,BUYS more property. the pti'.ce that Vt nrr of Iii- - cro-- ! iCtl. I. "Jn. VV ol i'g." crrvoy LAxcAsi ' vvearors at hrrd tin't prices. Lot of Women Nor- going in this sale at with a.. :um! in His Mens 5. Bootees at Mu,orit LinBton. folk sij!?. vvojl Suckers worth ,5; Lot of Women's plain Ho is in !. m:l i!islli'rs all jJiajur that tl."l out Ona lot of .Men's low and high top shoes worth r.ov 52.001j tively given York, that James 1J. Has- tivntsiert of . xxl or Vul. a lou- - , Cltr :.Wv J. P. Pmshcr. Coat SvieaUrs wrrth fl.CO, going at Jiicis Cent Sweaters worth had, through agents. to llini.-e- !f of New ii-J. &.AMt Lot ot Mens, women's and Children light wdght Rubbers wor-- ,,n m T. and to the Father who wnt t 1tv o TTJr,. 1.25 going av Sl.O'J Boys and Childiecs Cor: Sweaters at inonev sav . fr. ?).,. r.iu.nsll.nifr .'CUyClTfc F.t.. Hart. . . or- - . .. -- ,..... itoni. iit. M. 2taw.' ., Jlrs. Jl. K. Clarl: and the Lyons es- - of ihot who licarl thir twelve an-- tin-- I City 5.. .!..,.' ?,.-- n.i (M,,ii, e lTP (ii Awe "'i w' '"nv ir,i l"$F "eaiers, worm ' ". now Vi SO. v, 'une lot oi rinsli BujTgy robes, worth 5.0 now C!tj Tmuarei Ji ., . A Ph Knrfnin . He now owns seventy was '. T. I ot of ' tate in Main street. than tlu srwitw , ,... . t .. Thes" vrm nave to he seen to oc annrecialco. . r&iri IVi;r t K. HefTiHU .i, r ,i,t -- iMHty ' i,ji, of t!n jvotilp of ulom null "UK sionu iroius, worm o , now 4.o''. Lot of Young Men's Nohhv ituated i,i Z t . 1. 1 tlinrr, i.uiui . ,u i:u.i T.-- . ..iniB nu .Hiurni; worm r ans . rt. mi' .Trt'., IT.- .- AS:. " ia the heart of the city. S!(!o!i. sr their illilnmont ...ir iul, jici. .' m uiuilj Trro nuit i ,,, at Si lvu or pn ? inter Caos worth nn n l no vimia he.uier. .What about those Y""?7V!al 5!.H, now 30cts Boys Fur Gloves ..orth 31.00. now 30cts. Childrens 50 cts. Lot of Men's and Boys Winter Caps, worth up to ")('cts ATTACKED BY RATS. W.H. Zaar.c no'.v 5c who toila.- - Suiir ami !o not hewl? Dr. J. .. Aimii. W.O. tittoilot Fur Gloves woxth 50cts now Zlcts. Lot of Wool Scarfs wor.h up , 1 double-harrbreech-loadin- g Shot gun worth 12.5. fnow ?!0 0'. (j II TIkxs. i. Ludlow, Ky. Attacked by large hreech-ioadin- g fo 51.00, ;nv25cts each. Lot Childrens Vooi logues worth up to 50c j single-barrTlse seventy .went forth as command Shot Guns, 0, $f .00, $G w rats that had been driven by tire from U2 .l and returned with a good report, the basement of the building in which "uylnsr that even demons were subwas a cafe, Thomas Morrissey, former ject to His name. His remark con- - a 8 Rsa fcvr policeman, had to beat them off. The Satan falling from lic.iven prob- rodents swarmed about his bare feet i iii!-.- points on to I't'v. ii. !). ir-- e The undersigned and leaped up at him in their mad How wonderful Hi-- ! words. iowor to all persons not to trespass upon scramble. all the power of the enemy, and i our lands for any purpose whatever as nothing shall by any means hurt you ' we will prosecute all ofemiers to fu! CHURCH. KILLED EN ROUTE TO (verse 10). Wlmt do we know of it !n extent of the law Hunter3 atl does not ay th:'- our experience? Elizabethtown, Ky. Leo Branger, we shill not sufl"lie lie savs plnlnlv Fishermen especia'ly take notice. a farmer of near Rineyville, this coun- that we shall (John xvi. S.1i. It ti.iv j U. V . :am. II. L. h.Hn. $&, m $& b, ty, was instantly killed by a southJ. V Sweney be in some form or other, the !'ery Ed & N B Price bound Illinois Central train, between furnace or the lions" den. but no li:i- -i John M. Farra W. G. Anderson his home and St. John, where he was was found upon either of t!n rur J. H. & W. S. Weaver. . L. KeJIey. en route to attend church. ffii because of their faith In (Jod (Im S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. Hi. 2.1: vl. 231. W. S. Embrj- A. J. Caddell, BOND ISSUE FAVORED. ROAD Note well, the greatest cause of H. C. Arnold names written in heaven. :u"l Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Bowling Green, Ky. At a banquet compare with ver--e 20. Phil. iv. ". Sarah J. L. Hackley. given by Judge H. H. Denhardt to the consider the awful fate of all s We will add other names for 25 cents incoming and retiring county officials, are not In the book of life cash. nacis the question of bonding the county for to Rev. sx. 13. If only we the purpose ol aiding in the work of truly receive the Lord Jesus, puttins 5.1XLrSLeZ?&.& SiiyaJB7"X!Jr ' :" if. road building throughout the county all our trust as sinners in nis precious County Court Days. B. F. HUDSON, President. was indorsed unanimously. If the blood shed for us. we may rest In the J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. bond issue is supported at the special assurance that according to His word Richmond, 1st. Monday. ' J. J. Walker, Jr., W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. OF LANCASTER. r. election which will be called for we have eternal life, have become Paris, 1st. Monday. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. March of this year, there will probably children of God. and have the forgiveFrankfort, 1st. Monday. be a commission of citizens appointed ness of sins and can never perish (John Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. to have charge of the apportionment 1. 12: Hi. 1C: v. 24: vi. 37. 47). ORGANIZED 1883. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. A. B )EN:iY. President. money. of the Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. R. 1 Jmbky, Ass't Cashier. Danville, 3rd. Monday. r. J. I,. Gill, OF LANCASTER, KY. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Mf Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. This bank is supervised by the United States Government WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. ' Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Filled Promptly. All Orders LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. or 339-FPhone Make this bank YOUR bank. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. JANUARY IJ? 1 and will last 15 days. First come, first served. Don't lose time if you want the greatest bargains of your life. It any send forth laborers Into His harvest" (verso 2; Matt. lx. Matthew says that lie saw the multitudes as sheep having no shepherd and lie was moved with compassion on them. Believers are expected to have the mind of Christ, to manifest the life of Jesii3. to be a willing and obedient people, to live to give the Gospel to every creature, but where is the comiHission of Jesus for the shepherdless multitudes seen, and how many are willing to be sheep in the midst of wolves, hated by the world for His sake (John xv. IS. 10). The twelve were not to go to gentiles or Samaritan, but only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel: the seven- ty were to go before Ills face into evcrv citv and nlace whither He him- self would come, but since nis resurrection the command is to go Into all the world (Matt. x. 5. C; Luke x. 1: Mark xvi. 13). After they were told to pray the Lord to send forth laborers they were told to go themselves (verse 3). and we cannot honestly ask the Lord to send others unless we are ready to say. "Here am I: send me" ). 1 I JNSUMKCEp IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. j ' Men's Suits. Men's Winter Overcoats. 50 e I I Lot of Boys Overcoats, small sizes, at $1.00. Boys Suits in all sizes and grades at unheard of prices. $1.50 1 SI. 0 Tf T 50 i -' nov.-S2.5- fl i. a mm mi Childrens 6Io aks at GREAT BftRGflliNSi $150. j 1 sn .s "-- '. ! pi-i- iv It. W-- SlSoi iTwas !n-rai-- e L.tt;ita. --- -" 't,.... l: ,- .... 64-5- 3-i- 1,'::7.C 'ZZr u-- ?;' 1 . i.t, rt-ii- ' . Con--.iiT- La-lie- s el 7-- el K5-- If you want to make your dollars do double duty, visit this sale Yours for trade, r- 4 e: l. , o-- J ! S3s mm. m IFfe W5 rk "g COY, xKENTUCKY. n-- jl rho.-name- THE NSTrONAL BANK Capral $50,000. Book-Keepe- Surplus $30,000. ' e Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- Schutz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. 43 . i Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. 4. i i WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. The Central Record, rriday Jan. a 1914. f 0mmmmmmmmg SELL YOUR Sell your Tobacco over the Danville Breaks where you have competition in selling. Oar market is represented by the following buyers, who all own their prizing houses. Ligget & Myers, St. Louis, Mo., Represented by Mr. A.JW. King Amer Tobacco Co., New York, Rep by Mr Duncan Broshure. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-SaleN. C, Rep by Capt. H. Griffith. G.O.'.Tuck Co.. Danville, Va.. Represented by M. J. Faulkner. N. C, Represented J. P. Tayler Co. (Lorrilard) Winston-Saleby Mr Henry Soper Zeigler & Collins, Louisville, Cy., Rep by Mr Allen Hieatt. J. L. Faulkner & Co., Richmond, Va., Rep by Mr. L. B. Jenkins. Allen Ware & Co., Lexington, Ky., Rep by Mr Allen Ware. mm , 1 &- .. L TOBACCO OVER ' THE z B. 1 .. DANVILL . -- Page 7 . . . , m.inou BREAKS I i OA-RT3- S WU SIW IBV )4Miw- - . T .aM.Aii,.tc ,.. v4 " - ' -. ."t'a" ... Our sales for the past 3 days were over three hundred thousand, with an average of $13.75 Prices are climbing every day. Competition is strong and facilities for taking care of you are the very best. We give every crop our personal attention; we have the best Floor Mgr in State. Among those who made good averages la3t two days on entire stock are Farris & Merriman, Boyle Co. average $16.25 DeCaun & Rice, Boyle Co. average $lG..r0 Farris & McCrystall, Boyle Co. average 515.C0 Hasty & Johnson, Boyle Co. average $15.05 J. A. Clark, Boyle Co. average $15.S0 Parsons & Miller, Mercer Co. average 510.50 Jordon & Dean, Mercer Co. average S1S.C0 Woods & Dawson, Lincoln Co. average 10.00 Baughman, Nunnelly & Jones, Lincoln Co. avers J. P Gann, Lincoln Co. average SltUO J. G. Doty, Madison Co. average $1(5.25 W. E. Combs & Son. Jessamine Co. average . $17.10 . U. R. If yoti want our R.izor honed or a NEXT. v. Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor am: Clean Towls. The old stpd pat barber HOiN'RV JI'L'iVCAft Richmond atre.-:-. nl fcifcaeWV; e . Hf I zr-'-t- R. M. BOURNE I Oanvilie Tobacco Warehouse incorporated. Go :'Wej& -- f Mi-o-- Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT.Secretary. yjgSil5fegg ... . , .- Jy r -- , - i 5i!33ac3tessj yr-- .I". .'"34 Auctioneer. I a sSGg Good Service. Phone Prices Right. 3.1-- A. Lancaster, -- Kentucky. '4Sg33SS5SSS25K Stc-ma- ck tfEsatiastfstfEaftEJicatfssssstS TEATEKSVILLE. QAKKSUUK1'. shi. D. to Louisville to make their home. White Franklin, of Valdosta, on JanuDr. and Mrs. W. Harry Higgins have ary 2Sth. Miss Stevens will be rememW. T. Doolin, bought 1 pair of work- - gone to their home in Richmond Va. bered as the guest of Miss Mayme Miss Ida Baker of Nina, spent Sun- afterspending the holidays with Dr. Lee Ballard. The National Weekly Soothes the Irritated Membrane?, I mules for $300. day with Miss Irene Bolton. Higgins, parents here. The Masonic Lodge entertained with Jim Clark bought 1 pair yearling Stimulates and Strengthens the Mr. Harry Jacobs is spending the an oyster supper on Saturday evening! Mr. James Hume leaves Tuesday for mules for $1.75. week at The Seven Day Adventists. at at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ' Lexington with his tobacco. Stomach. Clay Clark sold a bunch of 110 pound Nashville Tenn, Mrs. Jacobs and the Becker. Quite a nuiuLer of the .s Until this ezr Mr. Tom Lane has moved to his new shoats for G cents. is one of the mcst effective rest of the family are spending a few ColUet't hi been wives and friends were nresent home on Mr. Floyd Rays place in this and safe remedies for Mrs. Mason Pollard who has been ill days at Henderson, Ky. stom sold at $5.50. Now and a most enjoyable evening was the price is $2.50 achs. It increases the flow of the vicinity. is much improved. , spent. v These social affairs given by andvrehatcsecured gastric juices, soothes the irritated Mr. Sam Hardin and family and Mr. Jess Sanders sold lo Frank Bourne the lodge are always anticipated with Week By Week. j a concession w heremembrane, and quickly and safely bene- Clay Hardin and family visited their 15 shoats at C cents. . great pleasure and by we can orTer it are alwajs thor- Each Week Appear the Statements digestive system so that your mother, Mrs. Sarah Hardin, last week. fits the ul ' oughly enjoyed. EM . W at a still infurther Miss Margaret O'Heurn has gone to conreduction food is promptly converted into nutriLancaster Residents. I Miss Iva Pearl Hume and brother Richmond to attend the Normal. Mrs. Sam Haselden entertained at nection with this tion and the entire system properly publication. Amon spent a few days last week with Mrs. J. W. Mahan has been confined Last week it was a Lancaster citi- an elegant six o clock dinner last nourished. Then you are well and their cousin's Annie and Davie Hume to her bed for the past two weeks. zen who spoke. The week before, it Tuesday evening, courses were laid Special Offer to Oct Readers strong. Mr. Lancaster, of New York City was a Lancaster citizen who spoke. for twelve and the occasion was If you lack an appetite, your tongue at Kirksville. Rccosnizmn the crcat dcman.l for Colli, r's at pres iienpin dtijp. ffpttavrmn c arrr.(.i"n.u ,a spent the holidays with Mr. Joe Tug-gl- The week before, and for many weeks thoroughly enjoyed by every-on- e is coated, nerves on edge, have risings ffer it each before it was a Lancaster citizen who ent The guests included Mr. and Mrs. lor mc a.nd ur on n publicationiin rac jcar of sour and undigested food and exper- Your Hair Needs Parisian a limited price oi Lo.'ifr jaione. Raymond Haselden. Mr and .vlrs. offcrandmustbctaUnadvantageoiprcmptly. I ience after eating distress you are suf Mr. George Robinson, of Danville, spoke. And again this week it is a Sam Haselden, -- , . Jr.. Miss Hannah Al - lln . Lancaster man. You are not asked to faring with Indigestion or sick stomach. j was the guest of his brother Mr. C. A. Sage. "at I OU Vad in Oilier S act upon the word of a stranger. The dridtre. Mr. Rojrer AldrirW. Mr. .!... Get a fifty cent box of from Robinson Sunday. seph Haselden, Air Hewlitt of Lan- - Coffin's is the one hie independent, fearless R. B. McRoberts Son and begin now It is a delightful and invigorating j Mrs. John Broadus entertained a best guidance that is humanly possible caster. Dr, and Mis. Mailings, Misses, good omen handbook hut it i! a to give you the encouraging word of to build up your sick and worn out hair tonic which quickly penetrates into number of friends the at a "Turkey" neighbors, is always given. Annette Jenninir-- . :iml ll.wmp Rallnr.1 magazine for the Vhole family. Arr.oni: arc: things that a car's subscription cives Do not delay, manv serious the scalp, gets to the roots of the hair, dinner Wednesday stomach. Will C. Davis, Danvilie Tike, LanI 1000 Editorials diseases start from what was thought removes dandruff, and supplies the hair ' Mrs. Tally Pollard was hostess to a caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney 600 News Photos Money with just the kind of nourishment it to be only a upset stomach. 250 ShortArticIes number of friends at a most delightful Pills have done me more good than 150 Short Stories needs to matte it grow. refunded if not benefited. CINCINNATI MARKETS 100 Illustrated Features Xmas dinner Monday. anything else and I can recommend Parisian Sage in not injurious to the 2 Complete Novels Miss Delia Rice Hughes of Lancas- them to everyone. My kidney action hair or scalp it removes dandruff with Corn Old corn is quoted as fol - ' PnlUo r i s for ce!t $2.50 HAMM A.CK O - n VOIUC .l.l I ln..,e. V one application and stops falling hair ter was the guest of her aunt Miss was irregular and I had backache Susan Sutton Sunday. $1.00 used Doan's Kidney Pills and they re- mixed 7475e. New corn is quoted Central Record and itching of the scalp. as follows: Xo. 3 white 6365c, No. 4 Mr. James Parsons' children are on Miss Lee Herring of Lexington, who lieved me." Parisian Sage quickly cleanses, cools white 61 62c, No. 2 yellow 68c, Xo. the sick list. "When Your Back is Lame Remem- 3 yellow 6464c, Xo. 4 yellow 60 and invigorates the scalp and makes has been visiting Miss Mary Chesnut ber the Name." Don't simph ask for bzc, .o. 3 mixed 6364c, mixed ear MILLERSBURG Tobacco buyers are very plentiful up hair that is thin, dull, matted or stringy returned first of the week. FEMALE COLLEGE 64 67c, sott, abundant and radiant with life. in our vicinity of late. Mrs. Nealy of Williamsburg, came a kidney remedy ask distinctly for 64 66c. white ear 64 67, yellow ear MILLERSBURG. KY. Mr. Grover Gastineau is delivering It not only saves the hair, but gives it last Thursday, to be at the bedside of Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Hay Xo. 1 timothy $1S.50, standard Davis had the remedy backed by some timothy 117.50, Xo. 2 timothy $16.50, that incomparable gloss and beautyyou her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mahan. his tobacco at 12c a pound. testimony. 50c all store.. Foster n Xo. 3 timothy $14.50, Xo. 1 clover An Attractive Home School For Girls. desire. The ladies working society will meet James McQuerry sold his tobacco Get a 50 cent bottle from R. E. Mcmixed ?1315.50, No. 2 clover mixed Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosat the residence of D. S. Swope next $13 13.50, Xo. 1 clover $13 13.50, Xo. crop for lGc a pound straight. Roberts & Son now at once. Rub a Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m. 2 clover ?1111.50. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship little into thescalp you will be surprisBRYANTSVILLE. $lrs. D. G. Ross and daughters Oats Xo. 2 white 421,443c, stand- and safe religious environment. New Mrs. Sam Haselden, has purchased a ed with the result. Delighted users ard white 4242c, No. 3 white 41ifr buildings combining all modern convenMrs. John Boian last week. handsoire piano also "a piano player" il'sc, Xo. 4 white 39 41c, Xo. 2 iences. Health record unsurpassed. pronounce Parisian Sage the best, most Miss Nannie Coulter was on the mixed 41411,c, No. 3 mixed 40 Menifee McQuerry moved up on pleasant and invigorating hair tonic which she is enjoying very much. sick list last week. Academic and College Entrance Cours41c, Xo. 4 mixed 4040c. Main street to his own property. Mrs. Jemima Greening desires to made. V.'heat Xo. 2 red 979Sc, Xo. 3 red es. Music Department under skilled Miss Pattie Belle Burke resumed her thank the many friends who were so Mr. and Mrs. Woods Graves visited J69Tc. Xo. 4 red 83 95c. artists trained in Germany, Lecture kind to her during the illness and school duties on Monday. Poultry Hens, light 13i-- c. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Sunday. heavy and Concert Course. Domestic Science. HUCKEVE. Miss Mary Nell Farlee has been suf- lSc: roosters 10c springers, large death of her husband. James Pointer moved last week to :4lc; springers, small 14ic; spring The growing popularity of the school W. C. Greening and son Guy, of Par- fering from an attack of tonsilitis. "ucks, white, 4 lbs and over,. 15c; is evidenced by the fact that a number the house vacated by M. McQuerry. Mr. W. C. Rose spent several days dueks, under 4 lbs, 14c; sons Kansas who were called here by tur!:oy3, of pupils were turned away last sesMiss Leota Ray has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dillon visited the death of his father, Mr. J. T. this week in Lexington, on business. toms, old, 10 lbs and over, 17c; young sion for the lack of room to accommoMr. John Beazley and family last week. relatives in Madison Co. Miss Hallie Coy, of Kirksville, is the turkeys, 10 lbs and over, 17c. Greening, returned home Saturday. Eggs Prime firsts 3212C, firsts date them. Messrs Hobert and Carl May left Simeon Kennedy a colored man is Expenses for board, tuition, etc. Mrs. Bell Pollard died at her home guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. I. Burton. 31'oc, ordinary firsts COVic, seconds very low with a complication of dis- last week to enter school at Berea. lower than other schools of like grade. The usual amount of moving seems after a briet illness due to a fall, reWesley Brown Dickerson, is the sulting in lock jaw on Wednesday Tattle Shippers $6.75 7.75, extra Send for catalog and engage a room eases. of to be taking place during the last iotiS.lo; butcher steers, extra $7.50 early. Rev. C. C. Fisher. Pres. Mr. C. W. Graves and little daughter guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Brown. last week, in the 52 year of her age. week. 7.75; good to choice $6.75 7.25, com- Mrs. Frank Pierce has returned to She was an estimable christian lady Millersburg, Ky. Mrs. Belle Scott, of Lancaster, has I men to fair $4.756; heifers, extra Annie Bell visited E. G. Hammack, Louisville after a visit to Mrs. Oscar and a member of the church at this been a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. . J 7.5c S 7.75, good to choice 57 7.40, Sunday, common to rair ?4.io(y u.so; cows, ex- place, in good standing. Deceased ii. ii. bweeny. Mr. George Harris' children that Ray. tra .66.25, good to choice $5.75 6,' Isolds seem to De very prevalent in common to fair Mr. Loton Bogie of Jessamine Co was mother of 13 children 8 of whom have been seriously sick are reported $3.255.50; canners! has been with his father, Mr. Andrew are living. She had many friends who this vicinity, in almost every family some better. are found several victims. deeply mourn her loss. After services Kuils Bologna $5.75 6.25, extra' Mr. Jack Roberts and Miss Hall took Bogie. w Miss Bessie Swope entertained the $u.306.40, fat bulls $6 6.30. Having decided to dispose of my In- was Misses Emma and Bessie Sanders, of j at the church by her pastor.-la flight to Jellico last week and were Calves Extra $11.50, fair to good terest here, I will on, long happy Madison Co, were the guests last week buried in the cemetery at this place. "younger set" very delightfully one $6.50 11.25, common and large $6 married. We wish them a evening during the holidays. 10.75. SATURDAY, JAN. 10th, 1914 of Miss Leota Ray. life. Hogs -- Selected Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton and famioffer at public sale, my farm, known Walter Hammack and wife, O. L. Mr. L,. M. Crutchfield and daughter, .STANFORD. ly were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr?. s the Fred Sutton farm, three miles 8.7.", mixed packers $S.358.40, stass Hammack, wife and children of Paint Miss Mayme, of Nicholasville,were the R. L. Burton, at McCreary. Sl.oO 7.13 and $7.25, common to North, on the Lexington pike, contain Lick visited E G. Hammack and fam- guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs. Dan Cheatham and daughter, choice heavy fat sows $57.90, light ing SO acres, well improved, consisting Mrs. J. W. Ireland continues very ily Sunday. A little visitor arrived at the home ill with pneumonia. Lida, of Nichclasville, have been visit'ehss)PSS:108'25' P'gS (11 lbS and, of a good seven room dwelling, tobacco of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray, Monday, Mr. Ed Tanner, of McKinney, spent ing Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Cheatham. barn and other I SheeD Extra $4.35. cond to cholo barn 44xG0' smalt st RHEUMATISM 11f OQth OTwl has been christened Monday with his sister, Mrs. W. K. Miss Cecil Bowling has returned to ?4?1 4.25, common to fair $2.503.75. outbuildings. The land is in a good Louise Welch. Madison Institute after a visit to her Shugars. Extra $S.23, good to choico state of cultivation and is well adapted Neuralgia. Sciatica. Mr. R. L. Burton and family, Mr. t0 the pro(luction of tobacco and hemp. Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Danville, parents Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. ;7.S5S.15, common to fair $6?.":5. J wil1 also sell one good family mare Dr. and Mrs. Stallings have returned Shipp's Quick Relief Liniment is a Joe Bryant, of Bryantsville. and Miss were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. WOUNDED SENT ACROSS LINE. '. ; in foal to Jack; 1 sorrel mare, ten years that Hallie Coy, of Kirksville were the Mosier Saturday. to their home in Cincinnati, after reliable, harmless preparation when simply rubbedon the flesh quickly guests of Mrs. R. I. Burton Sunday. Presidio, Texas. Incessant cannon- -' oId and a Eod worker; 1 suckling mule Mrs. L. M. Westerfield and children, spending the holidays with Mrs. Stallings father, Mr. J. B. Leavell. relieves all aches in any part of the cdins marked the sixth day or the colt: x excellent milk cow and calf; 20 Mrs. Andrew Bogie wishes to express of Paris, are the guests of Mr. and body, no matter how severe or deep her sincere appreciation and thanks to Mrs. Mj D. Elmore. Dr. and Mr3. Stallings attended the siege of Ojinarga by Gen. Ortega's head of sheep; several hogs; 50 shocks rehel army. The bombardment ended of fodder; hay; and corn in crib. All seated they may ba. Rheumatism, her many friends who have been so Mr. Will Clarke and little daughter, funeral of Mrs. Margaret Folger ai. Nicholasville, on Thursday, Mrs. Fol- without results except to increase the farming implements and i few house-dea- d Sciatica. Neuralgia, Toothache, Head- kind to her during the illness of her Martha, are visiting friends and reland wounded on both sides. All hold good?, In the event the farm is ger formerly lived here and her many ache, Sore Muscles, Stiff Joints, husband. atives at Lexington. aches quickly yield to friends were grieved to hear of her the wounded were sent by the attack-- ! not sold, it will bo rented for the year Sprains and other ing rebels and federals to the Amer-- , jgi4 Misses Bessie and Willie Wilkinson, death. The many friends of Mr. Frank the sooting influence of this marvelous siae or tne river pain alleviator. 50c at Druggists or by Pierce Jr. were indeed sorry to hear of of Lancaster, are the guests of Miss many friends here of Mis3 ica the Red Cross. As to be careu ror i Terms liberal and announced on day The by neither of the his sad bereavement in the death of Gertrude Wilkinson. mail, postpaid. Camilla Stevens, of Valdosta, Georgia contending armies maintains a hospi of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'closk a.m. Mrs. Sallie Johnson and family, for- are very much interested in her ap- tal service, 150 more Bourbon Remedy Company. Lexington, his wife which occured in Louisville W. C. GREENING. wounded were ' last Thursday, Jan. 1st. mer residents of Stanford, have moved proaching marriage to Mr. Elmer carried to United States territory. Ky. Capt. A. M. Bourne. Auct. M:-sor- Buildup Your Sick Collier's p??ll Veterinary Office -- Collins in Clubs First Time at Rair.ei s Livery Stab!- -. Lancaster, Kentucky -- and Dentist. Pcvor. Surgeon Mi-o-- er f apJ v v. tt. Morrnw, '''fiS-it-- i Fitt! I. Ge.nluutc ()2iicias " l.tetKt e. and THE NEW Opposite Post Ofnce ! I Mi-o-- in., Barber Shop Bath In Connection. , J. E. Seale,Prop Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. -,,- -- $2.50 Residence Phone 220. Office over Stormes' Drug itera Mil-bur- . ra OfSce Hours to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. B Plsui-- e F. WALTER DENTIST. (55 tui.-i.T- , Ky. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick. Phone 229. Office Hours Kentucky8 to 12 a. m. lto4-7tc9p.- - ' ffi. i I Dennj Storme ai . A. Wieeler A Ander- Doctors Of Dental Surgery. BuilrtinKorei Hm: son's Fnrnitnrt ttore. Public Sale. Office: LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ! G. H. TIFFIN, "riLtt:'. VETERINARIAN Office at Phone 93. W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. LANCASTER, KY. TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. fciiiw inn nwiHM)SssssBmSsssssss3s:..m Growers of what we sell. Vilt 'JW iMUXS ttZSH BffZf.1 '.y n.v HMIflMI'.'JWWEWJWI v3 ,awmrs& H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington Kentrcckv TO Lancaster Tobacco DEHSHi mmzi MMHIWMIlHKBHIUHiH w arehouse No Commission Charged. MrWreCTM SK232M! We Speith Co, Managers Pay Highest, MarketPxice. C. A. il tmtt. X. STANFORD STREET. Ub J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director t i. ,. -- .!- and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. Pl Residence Phone 27 - LANCASTER. KY. Pae 8 Schoolboy on Soap. From a schoolboy's essay on soap: "Soap is a kind of stuff made in caket what you can't eat. It smells good By Tlic Woman Clubi IMitfil and tastes or'ul. Soap always tastes worst when you get It in your eye. The subject of the last meeting "The Father says Eskimos don't U3e soap; I women ot the Bible", the Child in art, I wish was an Eskiu esc." and Madonnts should be a claim upon Fruit in Glass. interest and a jugular meeting. Child il In".--, woman-hoc- d and mother-hoo- d A housewife who was puzzled to to a.l. Art Ins produced so many know how she could put fruit in the presentations of refrigerator and not have it scent the and such varied children arnt mother, tae leadeis can butter and n.lk by the side of it, caught the idea of emptying out the mate n p.vtent:o:is el exhausliwness basket Into glass jars and putting on one meeting, only In the stioi t time ot tho tops. a L;w cii.u -- eteristic examples in lifChi i .n erent ir.oup-- can bt giv -an, wi.l be discussed ai.d i.ll the the ideal tjpe lo the classified from Christ-chilwhich has been th bighTae cluo i.v orn t ne of Hii hers art requested to respond to in i;U row call by giving ti.eir f ! ai-1- 1 kIi; it '"sh.i The Central Record, Friday Jan. 9,1914. KENTUCKY HILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESS he Womans Club 1 TREASURE-TROV- E Protected I I Clean, Place With Plenty of Fresh Air and Sunshine Among Essentials In Wintering Sheep. Dry fciniurnr rni itmTsTI rAIUUUJK J UJLUIUfl I xooi -t-- y NEW iHHBiSKt 3&&rlLIIIIIIIIH ap-pe- iHft bHHk finlsiiH SadHaaK RECORD FOR PRODUCTION BY OF COAL SHOWN SUMMARY. EASTERN Geological FIELD TO FORE s li d, i3lf M safes ms ii 2S&sfiis388 iilXl Survey Report Sets Out Enormous Riches That Have Been Brought to Surface, and Forecasts Millions More. w .. Western Xewspaper Union Xiiv Service. Louisa llle, Ky. The report of the on States Geological Sure ? he minerals .lie production of iii Kentucky is a tale of hundreds ot non-met:- . ;r. f'i te! ..&; . ' StlfijLiiW ' .! - 'i . rc...ls . i. . who, i reeled life s 1 1 an. - c':"r f In i .t. ' , . :o" .. . v .i -iri g.i' i ' t' t ; time 'r'i-t:.'i- i ..1 ii he nijjiit ii.ere.te 4. t he ber' pti d Mill . , , th? town has j c r.v.t ac. .uicilgi.i. .. et Th.; fsit tbat the gave her 1 the pa't'ie hcIioo!? indicates that the f ici that she love.' r wrwrk. gsrelnriiie to the schools proves 1. The tjwr can never repay to bett foi fcer memory aJenuntt' recomper-sher snciirre but nhe does not need payment. Her life was full of rewards, even tho it closed in pain and sorrow and snft'ering. These are small-tilingcoaipr.ml to the joy a mu1 lino In service. In another Western town, not far rem"ved from the fir;, died recently a "character." a bachelor ho had woi Iced thru the vears with little lejrgni-tio- a in the social world and apparently with small standing among the leader d of the community's life. His will that $30,000. the savings, of hi Jifetime, should build for the town a public library, his gift to the place he had humbly toiled. These incidents a:e not prodigies, nor are thej the doings of eccentric.-- ; they are types of a growing sentiment in this country that the town in whieH we live de?erves from us some return for the jo it bestows jear after je:-- r upon us. Tne East, with its families, its possession of entailed wealth, has known this secret for decade; the South, rich in tradition and prestige, realize it; the West is just coming into the satisfaction of fulfillment of the duty toward one's neighbors. A town of tenants and of landlords is a misnomer and a failure; a town of homeowners is one great family, in which each owes to the other something of courtesy and of return for benefits received. It is doubtful if the dweller on city boulevards realizes the sentiment that animates the resident of the country town. The mutual dependence, the community helpfulness, the thoro understanding of the business and social status of one's neighbors, all these terd toward a sentiment of respect and admiration for the town that finds expression in leciprocal deds of After all ojr attitude toward our neigl bors depends upon the view with which we consider the community as a whole if it be to our mind merely a place in which tfc make money, an opportunity to reap financial benefits because peo pie must pay us tribute, a narrow and unsympathetic picture is certain to present itself and the result is the citizen who squeezes his neighbors' purse and blights their lives that he may thrive. If the viewpoint be one of mutuality, if the own be looked upon as one great family in which the uplift of all means the advantage of each member of the community, if" a spirit oT helpfulness be abroad, if good cheer and courtesy reign, there is radiated from the town a wholesome, generous kindliness that makes it what the Westerner terms, "a good town to live in." The difference between a town good to "live in" and one good merely for business purposes should need no discussion; the difference ought to be patent to the most casual observer. Living is one thing and business another of so different caliber that there is no comparison between them. The town that goes in for iiusir.es alone makes the same mistake as Che individual who pursues his life ander the false impression that there is rothing higher toward which he sheuld aspire than a bank account; the town that goes in for mutual interest. that tries to inculcate a spirit of good cheer and frowns on bickerings and bad feeling among neighbors, is on the road toward good living and is in a position to invite population on the best giound of all that it is "a good place to live in." We owe a great deal to our town, to our neighbors. From our surroundings comes the joy of living, and the greater our return of goodwill the greater shnll be our reward. lii i'.IIu ,, '' in '' .n - l n' -1 lit .1. It. 'oui t K. rt ta!i.. t. HHHI1SH4F 1 1 H9K 'JzHL s Xo!gSiBSSSSSSSSSMi HHH.. 1 s iiiillions of dollars having been taken out of treasure-crowdehills in 1112 and a forecast of billions More. How lilt state teems with coal, coke, lime sione, spar, natural gas and ariou iher valuable jiclds of the soil; how Lutein Kentucky has developed dur- the past year; how Kontucky ok the world's coal loeord all r uiose things are told in the huge ot over 1,200 pages, a summary of !'.fh has been received heie. One ne most remarkable statemtntr. is t detailing how Eastern . il mines, In 1912, for the (11st time, eded the jield of those In West-- f i Kentucky. The survey experts .. . laie that the western field will never regain the ascendancy. jp iiroduction in short tons is shewn to have been: 1011 Total quantity, l value, ?14,00S,4jS; average pi ice per ten, 09c. to1012 Total quantity, tal value, 516.854,207; average pi ice I.cr ton, $1.02. IUnk of Kentucky Fifth in coal deduction; seventh in coal value in d , vol-u'n- f to-a- 1512. pto-vide- lave l'os Jailer. ( A. Ko'iiuson -- Pheiil1. I). C. ? tin I'll? r h. .tTmiiiiiiii nw ! jUo Two Great Coal Areas. In speaking of Kentucky as a coal state the survey says in part: Kentucky is the only one of the states which has within its borders areas belonging to any t'o of the great coal fields. The eastern counties of the state are underlain by the coal beds of the great Appalachian Mountain system, extending entirely across the state in a northeast-southwest direction, while the southern limits ot the central or eastern interior field are found in the more northern counties of the western part of the state. The total area underlain by coal in the eastern counties of Kentucky is estimated at 10,270 square miles, and areas in the western he part of the state are estimated to contain C.400 square miles, or somewhat f of that of the eastmoje than ern part. Up to the close of 1911 the larger pan of the production of the state had been from the western but as a result of extensive developments in Harlan, Johnson, Letcher and Pike counties, the larger part of the coal production in 1912 was trom the eastern part of the state. There Is little probability of the western district again gaining the ascendancy. New Record For State. "The production of coal in Kentucky established a new record in 1912 with a total of 16,490,521 short tons, an increase of 2,440,818 tons, or 17.4 per cent over 1911, and of 1,867,202 tons over the maximum output of 1910. The value increased ?2,845,749, or 20.3 per cent, from $14,008,458 In 1911 to " g coal-bearin- g one-haldis-tiic- in 1912. iHS4-siVB- B 1 IBsBsBsV HBBBBBBBBsT " MtaM. aMi!BbBBbH MJKyBBBBlBBBBBBBBH C. A. Arnold- - Cout ty Judge ' ' BBBVtr K vBbBbBbh 'bbK BBM- - BfBfBfBTi. SbbI "JbIH BibPHbI "Kentucky participated in the general advance in prices, the average value pep ton being $1.02 in 1912 against 99 cents in 1911. The increased production in 1912 was due chiefly to the new development in Eastern Kentucky, for although the western counties exhibited a gain of 712,787 tons, and the largest gain in any one county was In the western field, the total gain in the eastern part of the state was 1,728,031 tons, or over 1,000,-00tons more than the gain in the western counties. Moreover, the western district did not reach by over 450,-00tons the record made In 1910, while in the eastern counties the gain over 1910 was nearly 2,340,000 tons. 0 0 INDORSEMENTS FOR BOONE. Winchester, Ky. Postmaster. Sam F. King has indorsed James A. Boone as assistant postmaster here. Air. Boone also has the indorsement of Congressman J. C. Cantrill. For the last eight years Mr. Boone has been county clerk of Clark county. PHYSICIAN BUYS FARM. K..HI BrffigBm-'lBpnflBB- !!9b1bH IHbbbMBbbbbbHbbbbbbbI k ''''"SBBr-as ' BBSBjBIBBb sbBbiPI sBK1 jBBBHiA'4 . ' ' 's.r 3 " Logan Ison Magistrate. ShelbyviHe, Ky. W. B. and J. H. Dale's farm of 160 acres was sold to Dr. William Burnett, of Garrard county, for $140 an acre. The farm is located on the Smlthfield pike, three and a half miles north of ShelbyviHe. AGED CLERGYMAN ILL. fffi"TBBEiJBw-"S- tf JpL BBFkfyP Bat the Enemy of Mosquitoes. Recent Investigations indicate that the greater part of the diet of the bat consists of mosquitoes, and advantage is being taken of this fact in ridding communities in Texas and other southern states of the mosquito pest. Recognized English Holidays. There are now twenty-sidays in the year recognized as legitimate occasions for holidays in most cities of England. These, are in addition to the weekly observed on Wednesdays" or .Saturdays. An effort Is being made to.'Iessen the number of holidays and to" bring those retained into more systematic order. x half-holida-- ubBBbIhB&i .9.9BBxssWi BBBBBBBB9Bik.'vvBBflBBBl IBBBBkBbBBBB Versailles, Ky. The Rev. Gelon H. ftout, D. D., for nearly fifty years pastor of the Versailles Presbyterian church, who had been an invalid for some time, Is critically HI. Dr. Rout gave up his active mlnlnstry several years ago on account of his failing health and was made pastor emeritus. He was long president of the board of trustees of Central university and was a leading factor In uniting Centre college and Central university. He la 81 years old. There are four very essential things necessary in wintering a flock of ilec l?Iow llm liencinz M f.jf the tic'c-ivi- r By A. D. WILDER use- of our farmer nWril.rj. breeding ewes. The first is a clean, Hit dry place with an abundance of air ne sale of ticU ram ami iri thins j nn a she larwcr afTo-- il 10 t v and all the sunBhine possible. The ' nfttlee li .. er rntiwl My brother Tom was killed at the house or shed must be sufficiently lue-i, ;. H.vl will br ,,1.1;- - , .wo battle of Slilloh. We were in the same warm for the lambs to do well from company ami at the time he was shot the start, should they come In March or February, but there must not be a were repelling one of those sledgehamFOIC SAI.K:-ogood mer nttiteks (Seller:!! Johnston Iiurlcd hothouse warmth. Walker. The second essential is pure water, against us like Mows ujioii :m anvil. 1 saw Tom tin 11 :iniiiil and fill FwSafe. u his and plenty of IL Sheep that eat snow 111 a very diffor water will be fare. There v.ns a pan.;. ::nd then I ferent condition found A twenty foot from those whk-was like a madman. The ('oiifekraies have access to water at all times. Rp- - j new. Apply at tki- were right on us, and wi" were fight 11 trflmrto thnl o cliAAn ilr!n! Unl 1ttt. ' them haul to hand. 1 forgot danger Hamilton am and poked and clr.M.ert ,v:th my musket, liulitiir-.-' for veil ;"i no. sale at tiie L. They said afterr . ;! that my . aiui we ilrrv Iield the th Jlamirof' I, He-ithem oh. Tin.-- : I f'.rAt ii iu at , ui. -anus and cirrH! ?i!ri to th"r-.-:Ty . J'rs. B. i eame at us s.';'ln s'shI apjiu. mm! ever; . LO.VT: BU-time thev ":i e I f ir!;ht t'": u Tl'ey !!il rot "ive mi- - n c 10 sixit5. traji ' ?!. eool off. I'.iit wli-- n sr.r on IXC. 'tH. i.. k) s the last day of tu 11 'it I !: n fi E. H. Sut v. kt,,.;'j,-- n gToimd p!r. il rp. and s r w ton!; the p!:"v 'if rn-- i ';. Str:i..' t0 v. x.Ms&sHS.-- -, y - 'V. jMfrX-- "t "r n When the term of wee! s jj.i. a i. ie:;::...ni rtpitvt! - ( were : .: e hitvi. s ri.- bj' I Hit MilllJ of I'll ' s '. pnyim fcargr I. I did not. I tliorir'it h !vd si.-- i i of war. Itnt :t w:r few, r N .v.&v-. It iar-- f r"ii IN other !'!' . I , T hwr-- l Whenever t. .' 1' r SCV berrc o of c r. -I taut shot, the wr.' in ri :1 1. urivn-j,t r.j . 1 urew rttles - t"i .1 t! again trump)!::;, il 'ill' ;. In ; :' living ami t!i d "il. i s' foij 'm . s FOJ ns I could, then n url :il mOa nottb f , for another "three Vivrs r during t'u if sold in tho ., v : war." cn'lf.f.eTit I w- - w't'i Purine this Pumt lArfe. i . the army mr.n liiiiu1 ; th I'venlng siMn after sui;s.t 'i V. A. Lear says that h Ins with my nmp.ix hen I felt ill incus scarce, a fcv aMppev J", t and was uMiued to ill--p it of to the Cincinnati markets . it ranks. I at down the that cost bin from S to $7.13 a and after awhile. lectin:; better. I g.: Rambouillet Ewe. . dred. up and stagu'enil 0:1. In the Ii.ul . the twi at a time, and often. A Hock having alovc where the V. A. Lear a pair of mr light still liic'flcd. bat about 111c was pure water is seldom found with the verge of d irkness. Smldeiily 1 was parasites, the worst enemy with which W. n. Cook Tor ?.5tW and a rating-twe contend. same party for s"i:150. of s.mic iii.c w.iiking The third essential is feeding. The me. I was ttxi tiled and ill to be esTc&acco Tenant WacUd. pecially Interested in who was theie. writer, says an exchange, has ob1 supposed him to be sum' stnmglcr tained the best results by feeding hay I want a good tobocto tenant . The sheep like like myself vvlm was trv ing to get and clover mixed. or 10 acres of ground. G&ot burr somewhere, and tli.it he would soon this very much, and if the mixture go ahead of or drop behind inc. Hut is put into the barn in good shapo best of land. T. A. Elkirt. Lancaster. K he did neither. lie kept just so far they will more than thrive on It. away fiom me and a little lo my rear. Sheep relish a good corn fodder, and Seed Corn. I remember 0111 e or twii c looking for it should be given to them at least him, but either on account of the dark- once a day. Boone County White ant! Reui About six weeks before the ewes ness or because In- - was at the time farare due lamb fed ther away from me or for some other a mixtureto of bran they should be oats Yellow Dent for sale. one part and II. D. Frye. Hubble. K. j reason I didn't see him, or. if 1 did. it two parts. was but indistinctly. New Year invokes shades of the But somehow It got into my head ' that my brother Tom was beside me. BREEDING STOCK FOR DAIRY ' Rood resolutions of the past. Ah: these "what might have beer." are a source If I had been asleep I would have said that the feeling was something like a Cow Is Machine to Convert Food Into of mental annoyrnce. But. ilont let that deter us from again forming our dream, but I was awake. Moreover, I Milk Should Possess Large Udder good resolutions. Make them by a., didn't see Tom. I only felt his presand Strong Constitution. means, and having made them. let -ence. I felt so ill anil so e.vhatisted 1 didn't com ern myself nliout this that In selecting dairy cattle the real stick to them, and when 1914 comes to presence of the dead. My sensibilities test .must De the scales and the Bab-coc- k make its exit our good resolutions tester. Tho cow is a machine to not have evolved themselves into these vveie at a very low ebb. and it was all I could do to get 011. I doubt if convert food into milk; thus she must fatal good intentions. even I had seen Tom walking beside me anil he had talked w ith me I would Daily Thought. have had any ability to exercise the What is beautiful is good, aad who faculty of wonder. is good will soon also be beautiful. ii:5S35aBiaKltHiaw:'Cv However, my consciousness of the Sappho. presence of my brother remained vv ith me till I saw a camptire to my left and Out With the Auto. the silhouettes of some men between , What has become of the It and me I sheered off, and as 1 did I loned hired man who used to sit on so it seemed to me that the figure bethe farm fence and whistle? Cleve- side me parted from me. I staggered I land Plain Dealer. up to the persons about the lire and fell on the ground. They were making coffee, and one of Sleep Inducer. "That-speake' them held a tin cup full of It to my Is -J He lacks respense." mouth and poured what seemed like Well, he has to a new life down my throat. I tried j do something to prevent his audienco both coffee aud whisky for a bracer from taking too much repoae." from fatigue, and found the coffee in- Aberdeen Polled Angus, Cow and Calf. finitely preferable. Under the stimuIndorsed. lant I felt lefreshed and lying flat on have a large middle and a strong conthe ground with my head on a pile of stitution to insure the best results. t Hobson "Are you in favor of that dirt I slept,, till morning. Then after She must also have a large udder, curfew law 7" Dobson "Yes; I'm in any law that reduces the numanother cup of coffee and some hardlarge milk wells, large crooked milk favor of ber of dogs." Judge. tack I felt strong enough to hunt up veins and good-sizeteats. my command. While doing so I passHer head should be clean and aned some Confederate prisoners. One gular in appearance, with the eyes Mental Training. of them accosted inc. An educated man is a man who can standing out prominently. The neck "I say. young mini, who was that should be rather long and lean; the do what he ought to do when he ought with you last night':" Bhoulders pointed and the backbone to do it whether he wants to do It or "What do you mean?" 1 asked. 1 rather prominent The skin should be not. Nicholas Murray Butler. had never seen the fellow before and loose and soft to the touch. In selectcouldn't make out what he was driv ing herd bulls either mature animals Western Australia's Wealth. ing at. which have already demonstrated I Western Australia produces more "Just before dark some of us were their worth as sires or younger ani- igortl than any American state, sends g hanging on the rear of you mis, lay- mals from dams and sires more pearls to Europe than any other ing fo stragglers. I saw you drop out. only should be used. country except Ceylon, and is said and I just thought I'd pick you off. The best and surest results will to have But it wouldn't be safe io do it till the always follow tho use of a mature timber the richest belt of hardwood in the world. column got out of earshot. When you sire which has sired heifers with got up I shadowed you. and was draw- good records. A good dairy bull Inducement. ing ahead on you when another man should be kept until he is twelve or Dealer (to new parson) Quiet! got In between you and me. I hadn't fifteen years old; in fact, as long as calculated on any one cKe being there he is a sure sire. Real good sires are He's just the little 'orse to suit yer and didn't like to slioot because I so rare that when we do find one he Why (in a burst of confidence) you can leave that 'orse standin' outside didn't know who he was. for fear I should die only of old age. All breeders of dairy cattle should the pub all day and he won't shift a might kill one of our boys. "lie kind o' flickered in what little secure yearly tests on each and every leg. Sydney Bulletin. light there was between you and me. cow in the herd. Shorter tests do not specially whenever 1 raised my gun to really mean very much. It is the cow Couldn't See the Joke. slioot. What made me curious about that stays by her job that is really Because red-ho- t coins were thrown him was that he kept getting In my valuable. from a window among the crowd 1 got you against the way whenever awaiting the "silver shower." which sky where I could get a good aim at Is a feature of many Irish weddings, Not So Crusty. you. vv ho was he anyway T Though immortally labeled "Crusty the bridal party. In rvenge. were vig There wasn't anyliody walking be- Christopher" by Tennyson, "Christo- orously stoned and pelted with rub- side me that I know of." I replied. pher North" was not without his I blsh when they left a house in Dublin, What else could I say? I felt as surely amiable side. not long since. as if I knew that Tom had protected me. But I had no intention of telling a stranger who confessed that he had tried to kill me that I had been saved by a ghost He would have laughed at me or thought I was dafL One thing this experience did for me during the rest of the war, I had no feeling of fear. I didn't believe I could be killed. . . i,.4 O aw. T'i s ruin-lleice'- i .: si .J.. -r- m;m -- . 1 ' w '' y&&'Ci.tw f -- ,1- V JAL"-:-45- s-- ' 1 1 It. 1 ni-ii- - e in.-id- w.-st- s,-t- stl , old-fash- it r d high-testin- I I Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Co-v-b- 1 J. W. Hamilton-Cou- nty Clerk. CIimIc In Old Play. Now that we coma to think of it, Bartley Campbell's great melodrama, "The White Slave," which a grand jury never went to see, wasn't a regular white slave play at all. But It did contain two classics: "Strike, death Is welcome!" and "Rags are royal raiment when worn for virtue's sake!" New York Press. To Clean Brass. To clean embossed brass make a good lather with soap and a quart of very hot water. 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