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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 16, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914011601_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 16, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, VN1ARNJ8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16. 1914. Now that corn has been cleared of Why The Bills Pile The Governor, in his message, suggests "economy;" but retrenchment being the cause of pellagra we know Every little legislator, not at all. On the contrary, he asks it will be laid on the poor fly. Wants a bill all his own. that $20,000 be appropriated to comWhen a man discovers that he can Every little politician plete his marble mansion (which has Up. NUMBER 41. L!rraflTrgrfrg.iHrfVJBrfHJEsntL :;flfg.rE3frgarrHjsrrtragJB .J We are a few steps from the square- - Big money for -- you to take them. - smoking he begins to realize Wants to show how he has grown, already exceeded the sum appropriated not quit Every little representative, ; by the last Legislature by that figure that the habit doesn't harm him a bit. Wants to at least), and that an appropriation be The three youngest Sunday School That is why help dish out the pie. the legislature made to show us of! at San Francisco classes of the Christian church will Piles up useless bills so high. next year. have a candy sale at Hurt and Anderson store Saturday. Bills Galore. Change Of Offices. HEADQUARTERS FOR . . . Our present location ables us to sell goods en- After three weeks of rest and recreation at a little cottage near the gulf coast, President Wilson bade farewell Busy At Court House. to the Southland and is back at work The first session of the Quarterly just like the rest of us mortal men. court convene'd on last Tuesday and One hundred dollars is being offered Judge Arnold presided with as much grace and dignity as if such had been for the best 3,000 word essay on the his lifetime work. The Board of "Women of the South". We will not Supervisors are in session, struggling compete beep use we could not do justice with the Assessors reports thus seeking to even one of them with 3,000,000,000 Start Movement For Monument words. to equalize the taxes of the countv. Million To Memory Of Ford Knocks The Plum. Attorney J. E. Robinson has moved his office from the county building to rooms over the Central Record building on Richmond stieet. and Hon. Green Clay Walker, the newly elected County Attorney has moved into the rooms vacated by Mr. Robinson. 2,800 Mexican soldiers, six Mexican generals together with men, women, children, dogs, chickens and cattle are paying a visit to Uncle Sam, at Presidio Texas. Tuesday was "bill day" in the Kentucky legislature, and being the first opportunity of the session for the introduction of prospective measures, the downpour was terrific, In the House ninety nine measures were offered for the proposed government of the people of the state, the great majority of which will be lost in committee rooms, or ultimately reach the waste basket. Mr. Mount of Garrard ottered his initial bill, which was one to change the court calender of the thirteenth judicial district. Only three bill were offered in the Senate. To Vulcan Plows ! Cos Pin Pits. Pin If- - Renairs. Andrew Getting Well. Mr. Napoleon WalkJackson. er, of Garratd county, who became so Senator James, according to the ill A movement to build a million dollar here last week that he was forced daily press has decided upon R. C. to undergo an immediate operation, is monument in iasnville to the memory Ford of Middlesboro for the Eastern doing nicely and will soon be restored of Andrew Jackson, the seventh presiKentucky Marshalship, and his name dent of the United States, and hero of to health. Advocate. will go to the Senate within the week the battle of New Orleans, was formally for confirmation, which of course means At a meeting of the Louisville Med- started at a banquet in Nashville that Mr. Ford will have the office, as ical Club several members arrainged celebrating theninetyninth anniversary Mr. James' recommendations are in- severely the Board of Public Safety, of the battle. variably confimed. Health Officer Grant and the medical department of the University of RESOLUTIONS FOR EXTRA HELP PASSED Senator Bradley Enters Law Partnership. we shall make this the First One Defeated But The Second By your "Bradley, Thatcher & Dearing" is The creation of a standing House the firm name that will grace the door One Passes. Committee on Woman Suffrage loomed banner year in our business and will enable plate of one of the strongest law firms Representative Reed, of Mason, inup when Chairman Henry, of the Rules in Louisville, or we might say in the Committee, announced his conversion troduced a substitute for the resoluselling goods on a closer margin us to continue entire country. The new firm is com- to the proposition upon which his com- tion introduced the day before which posed of our own Senator William O. provides for the following extra help. mittee must act. Bradley, Col. M. H. Thatcher and Thanks for the past favors. Remember Four doorkeepers, at $4 each per Judge W. G. Dearing, the latter two In the picture taken of the group of day; one gallery doorkeeper, at $4; being among the best known and most Kentucky Publishers at their midwinour motto: one stenographer to the Chief Clerk, able attorneys in the state, while the ter me Jting at Lexington, the repre5; three stenographers to the ability of Senator Bradley is too well sentatives of the Danville Messengsr at House members, at $5 each; one bill known to need comment. and the Central Record are decidedly clerk, at $4; two mail clerks, at $2.50 the handsomest, if not the brightest each; five messengers, at 2 aach; one Demand Long Sheets And Clean Towels. looking. Modesty forbids us saying jj porter at $1. 30; one copyist, at So; Traveling men of Kentucky will make more. two messengers for committees, at a fight before the session of the General The Blue Grass Farmer gives a $2.50 each; one messenger for SpeakAssembly, which will convene next symposium of able addresses delivered er, at $2.50; two assistants to bill week, for a hotel inspection bill, requir- at Lexington during Farmers week on clerk, at $5 each; one assistant to ening hotels to observe rules regarding topics covering a wide range of rolling clerk, at $4. the comfort and health of their guests, observations and all by experts. So the economy train was wrecked We as to change of bedclothing, length of hope to give Matt Cohen's address be- before it reached the first station. sheets, condition of towels, etc. This fore the Kentucky Horse Association Every Legislator Will Want To Pass A law is most urgently demanded by the in the near future. traveling men, who make the smaller Little Bill AH His Own. towns, where competition does not Progressive School People. - Buena We cannot blame every Legislator automatically bring about reforms for Vista, ten miles from Danville in the the benefit of guests. Representatives northern edge of Garrard county, has from trying to pass a "little bill all his of the traveling men are in Frankfort come to the front for progressive own", for we know it pays to advertise urging members of the legislature to methods in school work. Three large and how would we ever know some vota for their bill. omnibuses have been purchased and were there unless they became father the smaller children are carried to and of a law? We know the temptation is Our New Home. great and it is not to be doubted that from school daily. Advocate. Leave orders for Magazines at our streets Had you observed that the present members will produce the The CENTRAL Stormes Drug Store. RECORD has r, were a little muddy? Poindexler Here. Mr. C. K. However usual crop of useless bills. broken uphouse-keepin- g on Danville Mrs. Dolly Brown. the prominent Marcellus citiif the legislators would not be in too Spain is busy building a new navy. St. and is now at home to Its friends zen was a visitor in Danville yesterday. big a hurry to advertise themselves and Doubtless it will take better care of it onRichmond St. We have moved He was a guest of Judge Charles A. To Be Regretted. wait until some good bill came along than it did the old one. lock, stock and barrel and we It is to be regretted that some of say to you, you may have, want to Hardin at the Gilcher House. Mr. and then give it their unqualified supmoved Poindexter is one of the best posted Mexicans have abandoned bull fight- our good friends in the Legislature, and moved but unless you have moved politicians in his section and stated to port they would honor themselves and ing for killing each other. Hard to both Democratic and Republican, so the county which they represent. a printing office, count it as nothing. the Advocate reporter that much We do not need half the laws we have say whether it's progress or retro- hastily accepted the unconstitutional ihe last thing that came down the interest is being aroused in the sen gression. method of making "places," which steps now, but the enforcement of a few was the old printing press. We atorial race. Advocate. new Legislature might intro- was agreed by the House. The condi- could not but feel sad as we The good ones instead of adding several left our duce a bill making it a felony for men tion of State finances at this time re- old quarters and saw the old press torn hundred pages to the already over Mona Lisa has gone back home, the to stick their eyes into womens pro- quires that the "economv" program down, the pressthathas announced the burdened statute book. historic oil painting, "The Signing of be employed in other ways than merely truding hat feathers. birth of so many children now grown the Emancipation Proclamation" in the playing to the galleries. up, married and with children of their capitol at Washington has been treat- - Garrard's Representative Fares Well On One of our subscribers complains own. The grim Reaper has been busy to a bath, the Lancaster club has been our paper is too large, that he that Facts And Figures, The Various Legislative Committees. too, and this old- - press has recorded meeting and each one told their favordoesnt get through reading one issue Fond of facts and figures? then many tears shed over open graves. It ite picture. Now if some kind friend The assignment of the members to before its out again. ponder over this a bit: The United has recorded your joys when wedding will relieve the "Man with the Hoe", the various committees necessary to Gov. McCreary's message to the States spends twelve million a year bells have rung and smiled again as it and another friend will lend "Septem- the conducting of the business of the Legislature is a plea for economy. on foreign missions, thirteen million recorded the school and graduating exber Morn" a bath robe, all will be Kentucky legislature was made public We hope it will be heeded as we have on chewing gum, eighty million on ercises of so many. For years it has on last Monday and the list shows quiet in the art world once more. a large debt and "every little helps". patent medicines, ninety million on told of your going and coming, it has Garrard's member, Hon. J. R. Mount, millinery, a hundred million on tea and told of your good qualities and good From Los Angeles, California, comes to have fared exceedingly well. He One of the most concise and meaty coffee, two hundred million on con deeds and left untold most of your bad this note: was made Chairman of the Committee prayers ever offered was that of an "If this tango thing keeps on," re- on Railroads, one of the most impordeacon. fectionery, eight hundred million on qualities and bad deeds. So if you do England earnest New jewelry ornaments and two million good not feel like shedding a tear with us marked a yonng man at the Mason tant assignments given out. and a "Lord, give us grace to know Thy will sound "Iron men" on booze! over what it has told, you can, at least, Theater last night as he watched position to which Mr. Mount is pe and grit to do it." smile with us over what it has not couples from the audience dancing in culiarly fitted. He is also a member Why Is This Not Done. Congressman Owsley Stanley has told. We will see that the new press the foyer between acts, "the street of the Ways & Means, another imis just as kind to you as the old one car lines will soon be carrying tango portant committee and also the Printdone a greater service to the people in Says the Clay City Times: was. arresting the progress of trusts than cars in which couples can dance on ing, Executive, Cities of the 5th, and "Talk about taxation and classificaany other public man of today and on tion, the state debt, Cth, class and the committee on Al their way home from work." tommy-ro- t. etc.. is all Our Honor Roll. this account he has endeared himself Los Angeles had its first between-the-ac- ts coholic Liquor. If we had the right kind of to the people. tango last night at the openOur Subscribers have been so libera legislators, a stop could be put to all Officers. Banks with their renewals for the past week, ing night of May Irwin's farce. The Washington society has tired of the this in less than sixty days, by putting at a meetthe tax equal. Take whiskey for an we have decided to start an honor roll foyer of the Mason was turned into a Alt officers were tango and other modern dances and and publish each week the names of ballroom, and when the curtain descend- ing of the stockholders of the different turned to the "double shuffle". This example. In a barrel of whiskey there who have honored us with their ed on the first and second acts the banks here last Tuesday. They also negro dance, is at least forty gallons, the real value those variation of subscriptions. The expense that we audience rose and put on a show of its endorsed Louisville as a Regional Bank which has enlivened many a cabin now of which is never less than two dollars This have incurred in moving our plant has own. Society was well represented. Reserve, with Cincinnati as their appears in the fashionable drawing per gallon or $80 per barrel. is taxed on a uniform assess- been enormous and those dollars look The "dancettes" will be continued second choice. liquor room. the of $10 per barrel when it should like twenty dollar gold pieces to us now. throughout the week. The Citizens Bank Gen. Simon Boliver Buckner was ment This increase would be sufficient One dollar may seem little to you but following officers: B. F. Hudson, Presin 1823 on the farm where he be$34. born when you think of our twenty five ident. J. J. Walker. Vice Pres., W. F. died and during his long career he to wipe out the dbt and harm no one. hundred subscribers, you can readily Why is this not done? The more we Champ, Cashier, W. O. Rigney, Ass't. was a soldier in Mexico, an officer in Cashier, Joe J. Walker, Book Keeper. see of politics the more we tire of it." see how the amount would help us out. the Confederate army. Governor of Please examine your label and if in arDirectors, B. F. Hudson, S. L. Gibbs, his native State and the nominee of A Good Law And Should Be Enforced. rears wont you get on the honor roll by J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, C. A. the National Democratic party for sending us that dollar. The following Arnold, Shirley Hudson. Vice President of the United States. The Kentucky game law was enact- helped us out last week: its old The National Bank There will be vast improvements in ed to protect the game animals from Miss Allie Brown, officers which are as follows; A. R. J. H. Clark. W. L. Scott. Denny, President, J. E. Stormes, Vice Eastern Kentucky this year along the useless slaughter, especially during Milton Sneed, Tom Norris. President, S. C. Denny, Cashier, R. line of educational advancement, school the breeding season. If every person Mrs. Annie McMillan, C. B. Bastin. building, etc., as great interest is had voluntarily observed nature's law Mrs. Joe Arnold, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book George Tevis, Keeper. Directors; S. D. Cochran, A. manifested. As a result a large num- for the perpetuation of game animals, Milton Elliott, Lewis Herndon. R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, ber of buildings will be constructed there would have been no necessity for John Broadus, Charlie Cotton. and a number of high and graded statutory enactment to force people to Geo. W. Ray. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr, W. M. do so. All the game animals are used J. H. KinnairJ Mrs. B M. Burdett Elliott. schools established. for food, but before the law prohibit- Clem Murphy, J. J. Sebastian. The Garrard Bank and Trust Co, The probability of a primary to set- ing their wanton destruction thousands Sam Long, Mrs. Henry C. Payne, made rib change in their officers or dirtle the Lexington postmastership has of them were killed every year that Mrs. Jane Robinson, S. T. Wrenn, ectors and arj; R. E. McRoberts, developed quite a number of prospec were not used for food at all. Z. T, Rice, Melvin Rogers. President, Alex Walker. Vice Pres., J. The game wardens say that there W. L. Poor, tive candidates who are disposed to J. B, Kemper. W. Elmore, Cashier, W. H. Hopper, contest with the Hon. Moses Kaufman are some who are very determined in Jno. A. Conn, . W. M. McKechnie Ass't Cashier, Russell Brown, Book the right to this juicy plum, and sev- their opposition to the game law, Marcus White, H. Barlow. Keeper. The directors of this bank eral of these have already, gone, to which is to be regretted, because the C. W. Boner, Miss Lucretia-- Skinner., are;R. E. McRoberts, Alex-- Walker, work soliciting the support of friends law is intended for the benefit of all Mrs. E. B. George, This does' not apply to T. J. Price, J- - H. Dalton. V. A. Lear, J. R. Harris.' to further their ambition along this the people, and it can not be so unless Owsley Newland, Mis3 Lena Kinnard. W. H. Brown, W. R. Cook, F. B. line, it is stated. enforced. William Worthington. Marksbury, J. E. Robinson. H. A. Hoeing. residents of Lancaster. than if we were located on the square. Collars, Bridles, Collar Pads and all kinds of Plow Gear. HASEL lit si Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. lM DE Dr3E 3E LIVE AND LET LIVE. n CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. YOUR Poin-dexte- I Is Due I need the money badly Please Call Re-ele- AT ONCE and Settle. DAILY Courier Journal and Central Record ONE YEAR ET.Loean Lancaster, Kentucky. 3E nn For $3.50 niifiiiisiriyJ IV h - .'f'Lhi'tS' ?z. Page 2 m flMMMMNMNMNW TStt tVia fnllnurlnri uwilo.0 lnntHaA Vtt tfiA ij uiw luuuiimn flvinlrc wvtuwu j iv The Central Record, Friday Jan. 16, 1914. &. g fjNi W l PROFIT BY GOOD CARE SHELTER FOR EARLY CHICKS Mi Ma Sauitarv COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. Bill e tp jty y, (Ssl yJ Nervous? Mrs. Walter Vincent, of Pleasant Hill. N. C, writes: "For three sum- mers I sulfered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my back and sides, and weak sinking spells. 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Mrs. Mary Harr.mack is very sick at this writing. Rev Thomas Owens is very sick of kidney trouble. Mrs. Marietta has been very sick but is better at this writing-S W. H. Furr sold his small farm near Hammack to Johr Starnes for 525. Silas L. Baird bought a span of work mules from Center Brothers for 325. Rev. A. C. Baird was too sick to fill his appointment at Good Hope on Sunday last. Mr. S. A. Hammonds the mail carrier from Flatwood to Hyattsville had the misfortune to get his cart torn up by his horse running off with it. . When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. TODAY If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late' but Order The Hot Springs Remedy a Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. Avoid Catarrh. Breathe Hjomei It Medicates The Air You Breathe And Instantly Relieves. 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A complete Hyomei outfit, consisting of inhaler and a bottle of Hyomei, costs $1.00, and extra bottles, if afterwards needed, are only 50 cents. Always use Hyomei for bronchitis, cold in the head, husky voice, croup of infants and any inflammatory disease of the breathing organs. Don't try to raise early chicks unless you have a place to properly care for them. It is a waste of time Close Watch Should Be Kept on Busi- and money. A good many think if they can hatch the chicks, brooding ness All Round and Every Comthem is a small matter. Such is not fort Provided to Prevent All the case. Brooding the early chicks Infectious Disease. successfully is a subject that needs more attention than is usually given (By R. G. WKATHERSTONE.) may it. Hatching early chicks is comparNo matter how good the stock atively easy. bo if they have not the proper care d To artificially brood the they will pay you no better than monchicks successfully, warm. grels. Poultry en the farm, as a rule, receives Indifferent treatment. s A ' ( W iSA What does "care" mean? It means a close watch on the business all round. It provides every comfort, prevents disease by keeping the premises perfectly clean, never overcrowds, and keeps the fowls busy, sorts out the drones and gives the workers bet ter attention. In short, "care" means using business principles in every sense of the word. The farmer is not giving the proper care when he allows his fowls to roost on trees, in wagons, wagon sheds, or , on the board fences. The proper care is not given If the appetites and conditions of the fowls are not studied. System and regularity play an im portant part in care. Economy in labor, the saving of steps, the saving of muscles, the saving of time all are i C?V5XVCfc!0fi important. . .. .,. v '. . r. Shiftlessness causes expensive ex-- , toy.ytray-afevyyEv-'.f ji."-' - C .A. .i vr, , '"' periences. There is sure to be profit ' in anything we take care of. Success Good Winter House. is accorded to management. Profits depend upon the quality and quantity comfortable quarters that are not of brain work put into the enterprise. subject to sudden change of fitful If a man performs his work in a winter and early spring weather mechanical way he will not be apt must be provided. More people fail to do it well. There are too many in the brooding than in the hatching, who go by "luck." They do not stop and no doubt for the reason stated. to think. They do not take notice of Give the brooding more attention and the little matters. They are always see if the result will not be better. hurrying to get done. It Is said quality makes prices, but it costs considerable labor and brains LAWFUL WEIGHT OF AFPLES to make quality. Good management curtails expense. Successful poultry-me- n Lawver, One of the Heaviest Varieties Grown, Is About Only One to use good common sense methods, i Reach Fifty Pounds. some others but little method, and alas, some not any method at all. Some states have passed laws Hard luck is generally brought the legal weight of a bushel of Disorder about by mismanagement. orpntPs rUsmist Rtnrlv and care, and I apples at 50 pounds, but not a great not luck and big talk, are the elements ' many varieties will reach this weight,The Inspector of weights and measnf KiirTp-?To quote Judge Brown: There are too many poultrymen who let their enthusiasm go down as the mercury in the thermometer goes up or down. The men who make the marked success in poultry raising are those who never flag in their attention those who know that the increased labor and close attention hot weather brings must be religiously observed. the same being the case when the cold weather is with us. It is the man or woman behind the hen rather j , than the breed that brings success. Scrub treament will bring about scrub results. The best paying breed is the one that is best cared for. Zeal in the prosecution of the work should iM'tTaFJjT-xfaJbe the characteristic of every poultry breeder. j In conclusion, it must not be forSome Good Apples. gotten that success depends on man- given to ures, Madison, Wis., weighed a numagement Business attention a flock of properly housed hens would ber of varieties and found that the be a revelation to many, especially to varieties weighed as follows: Pounds. the farmers themselves. early-hatche. . VA w. I I J rcy-( Poultry on the Farm Receives Indifferent Treatment Warm, Comfortable Quarters Are Essential for Success With Young Birds Brooding Is Neglected. 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The Children's Panacea The Mother's Triend. y, - at a is CASTOR A 3 genuine CASTOR! A always Eears the Signature of CfraStyY fucc&M. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought 4C CENTAUR CO V. NgWVORK CITV. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company GRE AT ENTHUSIASM ' TO AVOID STRAWBERRY LOSS Snow Talman Sweet , I Plants, According to Wisconsin by Be- pert, Should Be "Heeled-ln- " lng Set In Sheltered Spot. (By PROP. J. O. MOORE, Wisconsin College of Agriculture.) Failure to get a good stand of o McMahin'.'."."....'....'.."."."......"i!....404 Pound Sweet j ?",?Da2LL"":;;;;;;; Southern Railway. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. Direct Line tof Louisville, StLouis and The West. Two Through Trains Daily. Leave Danville at 5:25 a. m. 5:40 p. m. Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.nr 9:10 p. m. 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. m. For any information write, B. HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. ' HmKEMHiBiBHBHnHH 5Sa7W'SMirthii'r.-iV4fcpjtfafe- GO SOUTH Go where fair skies, iJeil weather, thought of winter's discomfort. NOW AVAILABLE raiS WINTER and outdoor enjoyment VIA dispel all WINTER TOURIST FARES The average weight for these varieties is a trifle over 42 pounds. From this statement it would apstrawberries may often be traced to pear that about the only variety neglect of the plants when they ar- will weigh full 50 pounds will be rived from the nursery, as plants ar- Lawver, which is one of the heaviest riving in perfect condition may be apples grown. ruined by careless handling before planting. STORE MANURE FOR GARDENS Packages of strawberry plants ANNUAL REPORT should be opened as soon as received, Fertilizer Should Be Kept in Large by being set and the plants "heeled-ln- " Box With Lid Screened That Flies OF THE in soil in a location protected from sun Cannot Possibly Enter. and wind. Heeling-iia accomplished by spadA common practice is to manure ing up the soil, pulverizing it, and the garden every year late in the fall making a broad trench about or before planting in the spring, no or THE further attention being given. This practice, however, is not the best. CITY OF LANCASTER, The manure for the garden should be kept in a large box with a lid or For the fiscal year ending so screened that flies cannot enter it. Manure heaps are the natural breeding places of these pests, and if they are allowed to remain near the house uncovered will prove a great nuisGENERAL Fl'XD. ance. llnlance cah ou liaud Jan. 1911 $ 11 llf. tun ... - ....... inllui.tul A good plan is to use a very close i)IDti bu...vU uceuses collected AM 75 wire screen nailed to a frame with Tutes (old aud new ) collected 7.tm sa . M) 78 hinges for the top. The manure iiaiiruuu tax........ Borrowed 1.W0 00 should be spaded often on the top so . o vl. ..... ..r..srCommittee Balance ..... ,, street 11 4"i that the water from the clouds or . Deiicit. in 7 the sprinkling pot may penetrate to every part of it. Total $ 9.63-- r7 If kept in a box a spout should be DISBURSEMENTS. placed in one corner at the bottom. Fine Basket of Strawberries. The wildest enthusiasm prevailed on Old Balance 0erdralt so that the water may drain into a the breaks of the People's Tobacco 390 to Salary City Councllmeu eight Inches deep. The plants are sunken barrel. HI 00 I " Mayor .. Warehouse this morninff during the 75 0 then distributed along the trench just " CltvCIerk. This will supply liquid manure, nrocress of the big sale. Every avail 10000 " and Commission of CItv Att'y. 151 (s far enough apart to allow the root sys" which can be used at all seasons when Marshal, poo on tem . of each to come fully in contact vegetables and flowers are growing. able space was occupied by enthusiastio Paid Treasurer 107 77 " J"11" with the soil. The trench is then re-- 1 sellers and enthusiasm prevailed as 165 40 j " Assessor 100 00 filled and the soil compressed, care Hundreds of tobacco never before. Good and Bad Cows. Supervisors i3 M " hxtra police 110 87 being taken that the crowns are not One of the commonest blunders the growers from the hve surrounumg " For attending Town Clock . 25 00 covered nor the upper parts of the " Police Judge farmer makes is that of keeping what counties were on tne noors ana iney . "600 .or, Vuuilc i'Wt'"B ". 1.00050 roots exposed. Plants may be kept In he considers to be good dairy cows, wpntawav in hieh spirits over the Siuklncfnnd 2.220 SO , this way for some time without being when, if he would keep a close record " Telephone account prices that were realized. The S7 J6 Varieties, should be labeled of them, he would find that they are , splendid " Printing and stationery 00,53 injured. " Miscellaneous ..... tobacco market has opened in earnest 59 71 properly. barely paying for their feed, to say " Notes 1.OU0O0 in Danville and the People's House is " Interest nothing of their care. 4n &, " on Streets the scene of high prices and satisfied 2 2V' 52 Charcoal for the Hogs. Amount carried to Water Works sellers. Below are given some of the fUQdM. A few coals from the wood firo of 517 96 Will Make Colt Thrifty. Licenses Returned averages that were received over 2500 the kitchen put into the houses now Cooked roots, mixed with wheat Taxes Returned Over paid ...,.'.' 3 75 and then, where the hogs can grind bran or ground oats or barley occa the breaks at the People's Tobacco Total . ...JS.6.12 57 them up to charcoal, help to keep the sionally will go a long way in making Warehouse: WATER WORKS REVENUE RECEIPTS. bogs healthy. a better and more thrifty colt. Old RfllAnpn ..: .. Water rents collected; X 1.(117 o J. W. Swope. Gar- - Tobacco Growers From the Five Adjoining Counties Throng the Floors of the Peoples that Tobacco Warehouse. the 4S 33! s 47H H Financial Condition n Enthusiasm Borders on Excitement When Prices Take a Big Jump. Standing Room at Premium Through Sale Over 100,000 lbs sold May. January 6th, 1914 Wildest Excitement Among Growers That Has Prevailed Since Opening Day. J SOME BIG AVERAGES ARE MADE. Curtis & Crank, Garrard Co , 2,330 pounds. I ff A "J I 4" 'VU ftf l W.L. Grow Gar-rardCo.,900 lbs. RHGray.Mar- ion Co.. 720 lbs. Jno. Harmon Marion Co. 1,710 pounds w. j. Sutton Boyle Co., 1,165 pounds f lUiUU CI R QR )I .4) I 1 R QR U.UU I h (M n I nn III O.LO )I f"! " AA I INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH Atn't transferred from general fund Balance Deficit 617 86 315 01 J2.777 98 rardCo..2201bs JI U-- M AND Total DISBURSEMENTS. SUBSCRIBE FOR TICKETS ON SALE DAILY! LONG RETURN LIMIT. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 101 Eatt Main St, Lexington; Ky. Engineer Salary Supfs Salary Supplies and repairs ';l'nK If?1 Miscellaneous Total Attest: H.K.HERNDON, Clerk. i. r j,4S0 sr sr.n nn S00 00 93 57 Clark ScAldidge Garrard Co.. 1,665 pounds. flfI "I 33131 22 55 $2.777 08 , THE f ( liWI Shear, county, Marion I 1,185 pounds Clark & Evans. A 4 Garrard Co. 1,320 I pounds &. Isaac U.UU 4 I ft p " ' (M "1 1 ft TI I (f A JII 1 IL M r! Sanford&Raney Marion Co., 2,405 pounds R. L. Berry.Lin- coin Co, 3,120 lbs. 4IU.IU J "I"! II II I CENTRAL 1 RECORD. JlS.c:..':!10..$lb.O & Tarkington Welburn Boyle Co. 1405 pounds. H.T.LOGAN. Mayor. $ .00 Per Year. (f4A QA I R Kfl UiUU i"U AK The Central Record, rriday Jan 16, 1914. Page 3 State cr Ohio. City of Toledo. I T ttfia r ss. fntmtw Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney doing 4 Co.,County business In the City of Toledo. and State aforesaid, and h,a,!,!?i(l,S"5.Sm pay ,he sun of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 188. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. O. Bold by all Druggists. 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Public Sale offer for sale my farm, located on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, 5 miles from Stanford, being part of the lands formerly owned by J. S. Owsley, Sr. This tract consists of 85 acres in high state of cultivation; 00 acres in grass, remainder in cultivation. This land is suited to tobacco, corn, hemp and hay of the best quality. Dwelling is a 0 room brick, with cemented cellars. All necessary outbuildings. Barn is new and modern; will shelter 00 cattle, 40 horses and 200 sheep. Also new, large concrete silo. Never failing water runs through barn in concrete troughs, also farm is watered with never failing springs. The soil is mostly virgin. Will sell as a whole or in small tracts to suit purchaser. Sale will begin at 0:00 a. m., on I 1 OMooooooooosooatosooooi Mrs. 1 1 1 1 Thursday, Jan. 22nd, At the same time and place will also offer for sale the following Household Furniture and Furnishing. consisting of a handsome Mission Set, English Oak Table, Book Case and Chairs, English Leather Parlor Suite, with Davenport, Mahogony Folding Bed, with Chiffonier. Dressing Table, etc., of same material. Splendid Dining Room Set of most substantial and latest design; good Walnut Wardrobe and many other articles to numerous to mention. Horses, Cattle, Etc. hands; 35 head 1100 lb steers, extra fine: 3 milk cows 2 mares, 5 to 8 years old: 1 team horses, mules, Jersey strippers, 1 fresh; 11 head 2 and 1 team, mare and horse, 7 years old; 1 pair horses, 1,1000 lbs., 7 year old; all good 4 and 5 years old; d Percheron workers. I black saddle stallion; 1 black jack with white points, 3 years old; 1 thrce-- j years old, gentle for children; 1 filly; 1 fancy saddle pony, Shetland pcny, in foal; 2 roadster, by brood mares, in foal to jack; 1 saddle horse. 7 or 8 years old, by King Eagle; 1 fancy heifers, spoingers, extra Peavine; horse. On Time mare by Preston; 10 high grade 1 extra pair mare mule, 15 1- -2 one-ha- lf ear-ol- 12 three-year-ol- d quality. Farm Machinery, Feed, Bank Stock, Etc. Jr wagons, good as new; 1 Blizzard cutting box; hay press, 1 set blacksmith tools, six power steam engine, all in good order; 6 sets harness; manure spreader, all good as new; all kinds of implements used on a farm. About 150 chickens; 35 barrels silage corn; lot of silage fodder in shock; about 75 barrels corn; 500 bales hay; a lot of straw. Will sell as a whole or in lots to suit purchasers. Also 5 shares of stock in Lincoln County National Bank. If land is not sold on day of sale, will offer publicly for rent, tobacco, htmp 8Ed corn, in parcels to .suit renters, about 120 acres. Dinner will beserved on the ground, d crsh in hand, balance on credit of one, two and three TERMS Land will be sold for 6 percent interest annually, and retaining lien on land to secure years, equal installments, tearing purchase money. Personal property: all sums of $10 and under, cash in hand: over $10 on 12 Months credit, for negotiable note bearing 6 per cent, interest, payable at Lincoln County National Bank. SALE RAIN OR SHINE. 1 se Women of Today". In the short time allowed her, both in preparing and giving it, she named an (Edited By TbeWomana Clubi innumerable army of women famous in the schntific, At a meeting of the Outdoor Art not leaving medical and legal world, out teachers, missionaries League, of Louisville, the address of Lexington, and reformers, emphasizing that trite Mrs. M. A. Harrison, of phrase, "There is no walk of life or on "Woman's Political Duty" was profession the women of today have said to be of a high order. Mn. Har-risa- n not entered." has been heard often in Lancaster and those who have heard her, know her to be a forceful and enterThe Civic Department of the Womtaining speaker. an's Club, on Thursday afternoon dis cussed "What We Owe Our City of The W oman's Club at Harrodsburg the Dead." It was recalled that a few years ago is always conspicuous among the federated cldbs because in its member- some of our women organized a cemeship are women who have led in the tery auxilary, and working with the State work. It has furnished two cemetery company achieved many Mid Federation presidents beside other of- marked improvements in beautifying and caring for the place in general. ficers and chairmen. It is fortunate at this time in hav- They relate that the funds which puring Mrs. Letcher Riker, State presi- chased the handsome gates were willdent as chairman of its de- ingly and cheerfully given by our peopartment of literature. She present- ple living here and elsewhere. This ed a very enjoyable program at the Auxiliary wishes to organize in the club meeting last Friday. The chief Spring for active work, and they defeatures were a lecture by Dr. John C. sire those interested (and who is not?) Acheson, of Danville, on "Ireland in to join them in this work. Song and Story," and the singing of Irish bullads by Miss Sue Daltoii. There are some facts in life about The library directors, eighteen wom- which even the sternest and most inen and the housekeepers' section have different must pause and consider, no been entertained during the holidays matter how unwillingly, sooner or later, by Mrs Alfred Currey, who is presi- the attention and interest will be calldent of the Woman's Club. ed there and forever. This Citv of Our Dead which marks the great With more than th irty federated Divide and holds enshrined the cherishclubs in Louisville, and every town of ed idols of our broken homes, and over any importance enjoying at least one which the peace of love reigns supreme, club, the casual observer might be led should be made as beautiful to the to say "enough". However, when it sight as it is dear to the heart. This is considered that many of them are is a privilege accorded those who still limited in membership and that scores live among us, but there are families of whom not a single member remains of the women are "repeaters"-be!ong-in- g to several clubs-i- t will be seen to perform these tender ministries, that club business is not overdone. now should their lots remain uncared Indeed, until all our women are brought for and be forgotten, as in time yours in touch with the club movement, may be? there will always be a demand for more organization or larger member A short while ago in passing thru ships in those already existing. One our cemetery one greatly interested in is led to wish that the splendid prothe care of the place, accidently stum grams prepared for the club meetings, bled and fell into a sunken and negme iilii menial pauuium, as well as lected grave; no stone marked the last the illuminating civic messages, might resting place, but prompted by an inbe more widely enjoyed. terest, inquiry was made and it was From what follows it may be seen found to be that of one who gallantly that with the new year there has been answered the Call to Arms and fought no diminution, but rather an increase, at Beuna Vista with honor and distincin the excellence of the program ren- tion. In private life he was gentledered throughout the state. manly and courtly in his bearing, and for years was identified with the busi The problem of securing pure food ness of our town, a staunch member of in "this era of canned goods and ready the church and always allied with the made meals" was discussed uy Mrs. civil and moral interests of the comH. L. Maury in a paDer on "Food munity. Is this our appreciation of Sanitation" before the Civic League's his ypars of labor ameng us? What of Louisville. The question, she de- Do We Owe Our City of the Dead? clared, is not a simple one. The mar ket is so overcrowded with adulterated goods and one has such poor means to ENERGY FROM A SUGAR DIET ascertain if pure supplies are used, the speaker said, that even with the Experiment Have Shown That It Has a Wonderful Effect Upon the help of pure food labels one is often at Human Body. The Womans Club on the "Famous J. B. Kinnaird gave a short talk Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Walker, Guardian of Albert Mitchell, Plaintiff, VS. Susie Mitchell, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the November Term. 1913. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction, before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky.. at 11 o'clock A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY. JANUARY 26, 1914, it being the nrst day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, Lying and being in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone near the pike and corner to New Hope Parsonage; thence in line to same N 19$ E. 11.7 poles to a stake on parsonage line, corner to I. C. Rucker; thence his line S 51 E 7.59 poles corner to same; thence with pike N. 83 W. 8.4 poles to the beginning, containing 1 acre, 3 roods and 17 poles more or less. Title to said land was derived by Alberta Mitchell by inheritance from her father, Charley Mitchell, who derived title to same by deed dated January 1. 1895, from J. G. Galloway, et al, and recorded in Deed Book no. 13, page 10 Garrard County Clerk's office. The purpose of this sale is to reinvest the proceeds in other property as per judgment herein. TERMS. This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved securitv for the purchased price, due in six months, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may is- sue. payable to W. H. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the land 3oId until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. John to-w- it: ADVERTISE YOUR TOWN By Having Its Name on the Envelope of Every Letter You Send. Let Prices For Printing Your Stationery. Us Quote 1905-190- 7, Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James A. Beazley. Plaintiff. VS. Rash Naylor, et al. Defendants. rursuant to a judgment rendered herein at November Term, 1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House uoorin Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JANUARY 26. 1914, it Demg tna hrst day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate menuoneu in the pleadings and described as follows, Located in Garrard County, Ky., and bounded as follows Bounded on the North by the lands of J. H. Sanders; on the South by William Comley; on the West by Letcher Bogie and contains 1J acres. The purpose of this sale is to pay certain debts against the estate of iNaylor, deceased, out of the proceeds arising from the sale, and to divida the remaining proceeds among the heira as their interests may appear and be adjudicated. TERMS. The sale will be mad on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. Master commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. R. H. Tomlinson. Att'y. to-w- it; to-w- it: ' Commissioner's Sale Of Land. ' Mishell Grow, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. et al. Plaintiffs. VS. Oran Grow, et al. Defendant?. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the NovemberTerm.1913, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY JANARY 26, 1914. loss. one-thir- B. D. Holtzclaw, Stanford, Eg Ey. 8 "Of what use is it to insist on screened meat stands if the delivery wagon is not screened and if the meat is exposed to the air from the time it leaves the abattoir until it reaches the place of distribution?" Mrs. Maury asked. "Have we any means of being sure that the bakery boxes are clean, even if the bread is wrapped? How do we know in what cellars the fruit we buy has been ripened, w s 'MirrMraUMri'lMiilgJlrrt E. C. Million, Pres. (iffiJBrrtiTBraL Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. gf.wraflfrSilrag T. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. E. Deatherage, Treas. 1 The Madison Tobacco Incorporated. Warehouse Co. i m I 35 Phone 100. DIRECTORS Capital Stock $33,000 E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. E. Deatherage. 5 S 3 I I If ? To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: have just closed another successful week with a market congested for half of the week, yet prices have remained strong through it all. We sold over our floor during the week just closed 464,000, and daily average of nearly 93,000 pounds, and a general floor average for the entire week of $13.25, which we feel sure is the best general floor average had in the State. Taking everything into consideration, the buyers have handled the tobacco sold over this market well and even when all houses were congested, these excellent buyers kept the market right up to its usual high prices, for which we and you feel most grateful. That we have the best market in Richmond no one will question, and the We s & Q & The Department of Music of the Woman's Club of Lexington at its meeting on Tuesday evening at the Arts Clubs auditorium gave an unusually enjoyable programme. Miss Catherine Cochran, the popular teacher, choir director and singer, was chairman, and the program was arranged by Mrs. T. L. Dantzler, who returned from several years study abroad lasc summer, and whose beautiful contralto voice is adding much pleasure to concerts and recitals here this winter. The two instrumental numbers from Liszt and Wagner-Lisz- t were rendered by Miss Katherine Peter, a promising young pianist. .Miss Carolyn Goff, who has had several years' special work in voice training at Chevy Chase, Washington, J D. Cl sang three numbers, and Prof. Alfred Zembrod, head of the Department of Languages at State University, and who is a favorite in Lexington musical circles, gave great pleasure by his rendition, in perfect German and beautiful voice some of Schumann's songs. We could go on and on giving inter- ! I 1 1 w esting programs rendered thruout the state, and when all were given we dare say r.o more interesting or more would be recorded than the one given in the Lancaster Wom ans Club room lastThursday afternoon. Miss Sallie Elkin handled her subject, "The Child in Art", in a masterful way. She used a black board in dividing and her subject. The six divisions were; 1, "Childhood of the ideal type, with Sir Joshua Reynolds and familiar pictures, "Age of Innocence", ':Simplicity", "Strawberry Girl and "Angel Heads" coming first. Her other divisions were (2) Children born to the purple, (3) Children of the Field and ViUage, (4) Child-lif- e in the Streets, (5) Child Angels, (6) Christ-chilUnder each division shenamed the most noted artist and his pictures. Miss Elkin had also or dered foreign post cards, reproductions of these pictures, which together with the blackboard will make it a meeting that will linger always in ones memory. Miss Martha Kavanaugh's paper on "Madonnas in Art," showed careful preparation and thoughtful study, while the paper of Mrs. Frank Marks-bur- y on, "Famous Women of the Bible" was full and comprehensive. g d. who discovered your muscles manufacture sugar while you sleep has been surpossed by the German physician who uses sugar dissolved in water as an excellent surgical dressing for all sorts of wounds. Drs. Jacques Pansot and Piere Mathleu have declared that when animals eat sugar exclusively for long periods their weight. at first decreases, soon begins to mend and then fall away again as the diet continues. Dr. H. Heald of Tacoma Park. D. O, disagrees with the laboratory findings. He says sugar Is comparable to gasoline. As the latter is the fuel of the Internal combustion engine, so sugar Is the fuel of the human machine. Sugar, he says, is the staff of life, and man can produce more energy from sugar than from any other food. A distinguished British heart specialist has lately proved the efficacy of lump sugar in the treatment of a man nearly eighty years old who was dying with a vicious disease of the heart. After all the usual remedial measures had failed one of the maids asked If there was any objection to feeding the sufferer lump sugar. The physician gave .his consent and four lumps were given In a little water. These were repeated every four hours, and In a week he was a well man. Dr. Berzeller recommends to one of the German medical societies the use of powdered sugar in the treatment of old, ill treated and neglected cancers. He says the application of sugar to the fetid parts lessens the disagreeable odor and discharges. Furthermore, the general condition of the patient improves and all hemorrhages cease. Indeed, unless you have had a long experience with cancer patients, you are liable to' be deluded into the belief that the cancer has healed. The physiologist that your liver and Madison House, "The Pioneer" still leads in prices and pounds, and she hopes to continue to do so. The following are among the best sales of the week and these have been taken at random, as we have gone along. There are many others just as good. Ask the man who sold with us. 225 lbs. BRIGHTEN THAT NORTH ROOM Skillful Touches In Arrangement Furniture and Draperies Will Accomplish Wonders. self-tone- d n : of i 1 I i I I 1 4 I Zack Simpson, Garrard County, sold 335 lbs. at 17. cts, 210 lbs, at 18, cts, 455 lbs. at 20 cts, at21 cts. and 250 lb?, at 20$ cts, general average of nearly $20. per hundred. Gibbs & Lear Garrard County, 2560 pounds at an average of $18.50, oneliasket of this bringing 25 cts, Gulley & Reynolds, 3555 lbs at general average, of $18.30. Asbie Sebastin, Garrard Co, 3500, pounds at general average, $16.00. James Richardson, Estil Co. sold 1100, pounds average $17.90. Hickum Brothers, Madison Co, sold 3430, pounds at general average, $17.26, Henderson & Dawson. Madison Co, 1390, at average $18.00, Million & Long Madison Co, 5920 lbs at $16.55 per hundred. We are proud of this weeks record, which is remarkable, when for the first or second time our House was congested. We wish to thank those who waited patiently for us to unload them, and to say to those of our friends who went elsewhere for the reason they could not wait, that we appre. date their interest just the same and that next time we will be prepared to unload them earlier. Finally we wish to say, that we only deal in facts not in fancies, we get our records from our books, not from other and less reliable quarters. We have every reason to believe that the week just ahead of us will excel even the high water mark that we have reached in prices thus far. Thanking you once again. We are very gratefully. 9 e 0 ' The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. I would advise papering the room paper, light tan In with a color as near to the tint of sunshine as you can get. Your shades should, of course, match those in use all over the house. Then make curtains of tan art scrlmm, just a deep hemstitched hem at the bottom, and allow them to hang straight. Stain the woodwork white and give it several coats, finishing off with an enamel or finish. For the center of the room have an "art "square" made. This may be woven as s are or crocheted or knitthe ted. I prefer the woven rugs and beautiful solid effects with handsome borders now possible. Try to have the rose color predominate In rug and articles of furnishing for the bureau and chiffonier, pillows and couch cover. With white enamel furniture, the north room will be far from a cold, repellant room, and will be a transplanted sunshiny corner. Kxchaaxe. your-drapery egg-she- ll rag-rug- County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, t: Same is on Back Creek in Garrard County, Ky., and bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on the South edge of metal on Hyattsville and Kirksville pike; thence leaving pike and with GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James Comely's line N 1 E 6.64 chains A. B. Estridge's Executors. Plaintiffs, to a sugar tree stump, his corner; thence d 791 W passing Comely's corVS. A. J. Manuel, et al. Defendants, ner and thence on same course with Baker, in all 20.35 chains to a stake and about 12 feet beyond a beech.old cail a Treadway & Woods, Plaintiffs. beech and elm. on the East bank of VS. Back Creek (elm gone) ; thence down A. J. Manuel, et al. Defendants. and with middle and meanders of said Pursuant to a judgment rendered at creek course and distance along the the November lerm 1913. the under- East bank as follows: N 14$ W 5.43 signed Commissioner will sell at public chains to a crooked sycamore on East being in auction before the Court House door in bank the true corner Lancaster, Ky.. at 11 o'clock A. M. or middle of creek, thence (from 44$ W 4.35 chains to a point in thereabouts, on middle of creek, N 1 W 5 chains to a MONDAY, JANUARY. 26. 1914, point in creek near middle N 20J E5.26 it being the hrst day ot the Garrard chains to a point on West bank N 13 E County Court term, lue real estate 3 chains to a stake in creek, a new comer; thence leaving creek a new memiuneu in me pleadings and line N 54i E 18.70 chains to a point in as Jollows: Said lanu is in two tracts, one a branch new corner in line to Walker tract is in Lincoln County and the other Logan; thence up said branch with is in Garrard County, 'ihe tract in Logan and with tne fence as it now Lincoln County is on Ceaar Creek m stands S 57 E 2.95 chains to a stake said county and bounded as follows: near and Northwest of an elm, corner .Beginning at Calvin Anderson s south- between Logan and the 71? acre tract erly corner on high knob, chestnut oak. laid off by commissioner to Mrs. Fannie hicKory and sour wood corner and run J. Burnside in 1905; thence with lines ning south s t, 123 poles to back, cor- of said tract still up the branch - and nering on White Oak and sour wood, with the fence S 14$E 3.50 chains to a from thence N 55 E 210 poles along locust tree South 32$ E 6.75 chain to a said back line to stake on James Adams white walnut S 49 E 3.19 chains to a line, it being 10 poles Southeast from sugar tree, corner to aforesaid 712 acre ins corner; thence N 36 W 10 poles to tract; thence still up drain new lines James Adams' corner; thence S 60 W S 28 E 2.34 chains to a wild cherry and 48 poles to three white oaks; thence N small sugar tree at West bank of drain 55 VV 54 poles to a black oak and white S21 E passing an elm tree at 2.29 chains oak; thence S 51 W 160 poles to the and passing on West side of and near a beginning containing 123 acres. chains This spring at 3.24 chains in all 0 being the same land conveyed to A. J. to a double black walnut at West edge Manuel by deed dated November IS, of drain S 14 E 2.56 chains to 4 black 1901, by John Turnbull and recorded in walnuts growing together at East e'dge Deed Book No. 43, page 109, Lincoln of drain, S 35$ E 7.60 chains to the middle of the aforesaid pike (passing County Clerk's office. Tract No. 2, is in Garrard County, the end of a hedge fence) ; thence with Ky, and is bounded as follows: Begin-in- g middle of pike S 501 W 2.73 chains to at a new corner in the middle of the corner of the two acre lot sold to pike in S. Archer's line and a new E. G. Creech (now Jones and Sanders); corner to Taylor Hignite and running thence still with pike and with lines of with Archer's line to top of the hill to said lot same course S 50J W 95 chains a stake; thence with Archer's line to making in all on this course 3.68 chains Gooch corner; thence with Gooch to an S 573 W 2.05 chains to a point in middle elm near the branch; thence with of pike at the West edge of intersec Gooch line to the middle of the pike, a tion of County Kcad, then still with new corner; thence with middle of the pike S 71$ W 3 chains S 80$ W 4.15 ns to the beginning, containing 72$ pike back to the beginning containing zzi acres of land, and being the same acres, and being the same land owned land conveyed to A. J. Manuel by J. and in the possession of George G. The D. Nave and wife by deed of record in Grow at the time of his death. the Garrard County Clerk's office in deed to said land is dated October 2. 1906, from Fannie J. Burnside and Joe Deed Book No. 25, page 526. The purpose this sale is to pay the Burnside to George G. Grow, and now debt of W. L. Lawson, debt and inter- of record in Hie Clerk's office of the est to date of sale amounting to $948. Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed 00; and the debt of A. B. Estridge's Book No 21. page 621. The purpose of said sale is to divide executors, debt, interest and cost to day of sale amounting to $148.77, and the proceeds among the parties, the debt of Treadway and Woods, debt, plaintiffs and defendants herein, as interest and cost to day of sale amount- their interest may appear, and be ing to S253.05, together with the es- adjudicated TERMS. timated cost of this action which is $95.00. The sale will be made on a credit of TERMS. six and twelve months and the purchaser The sale will be made on a credit of will be required to execute bond with six months and the purchaser or pur- approved security for the purchase chasers willjbe required to execute bond price, due in six and twelve months, interest per anwith approved security, tor the pur- bearing six per cent paid, each having chase price due in six months, bearing num from date until the force and effect of judgment upinterest at 6percenc per annum from on which execution maya issue, payable date until paid having the force andef- iecta judgment, upon which execution to W. H. Brown. Master Commissioner mav issue payable to W H Brown, Mas of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien the property sold ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cir- will be reserved upon money is paid. cuit Court, and a lien will be retained until all the purchase W. H. BROWN. upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. ,C. Court. it being the first day of the Garrard to-wi- Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. syca-more)- N eu h Page 4 Tne Central Record, Friday Jan. 16, 1914. T Thi Lar-ms- t HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. lgteittMrnlHteftlrtltotMS tHitttoisirtiMrfhigiabtatMtantixnatfmr KtGxxii'jCiCxw.x.K-x'siricxxBWjtv.x.&axi- 1 Entire Roof Slopes To South. Automatic Scales. The Best Light. and Most Convenient. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. B$$S83H'8'S'B4as&"S SBa(eB8w aysaysttimima tiWMmMMMMM: SLMMM8Mfi its TheCentral Record In Literary Indiany. Roll, Roll, Roll. Creed Slull Wanted. $10,000,000, of profits to distribute during the 26,000 employes among C. Stull. of Camp Nelson, is Progressive.) Mrs. E. (Kokomo (Ind.) (Rolling on the floor as a method of current year, has recently been an- - anxious to hear from her sop. Creed incorporated. One who has been hanging on for reducing weight will be more popular is an estimable onejg nounced. The idea wh( ,eft h()me about Ju)y 25th years and now like Oliver Twist, in with women this year than ever be$1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. and the directors oi me company mc 1913. Was last heard from in Fair Dickens's "David Copperfield," is still fore. News Item.) to be congratulated for their humani- mount, Ind. His mother is sick and "handing up his plate for more." J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Roll, roll, roll, tarian practices, but the whole theory any information as to his whereabouts On shoulder and hip and knee, tinged with a Utopian quality and is will be appreciated. Manager. is R.L. ELKIN, Business Simon Boliver Bnckner. And I would that my stays could fetter. almost certainly foredoomed to failure. My growing obesity. Catered nt the I'ost Office in Incater. Ky.. It runs dead against all experience. The private lite and public career of Remarkable Coincidence. Mull Mutter. n Second-Clas- s The movement for the betterment of Gen. Buckner were the embodiment of O well for the housemaid trim. A remarkable coincidence in the opinion, be those ideals of honor, courage and ser Who sings like her work was play; Member Kentucky Press Association society need not, in their lives of County Judge Clayton A. Arconuniversal. They think that Lne which cause their posessor to O well for the willowy cook. assumed that high vice cern can make a start and create an nold, who has just stand as a peer among men. Kentuc Who joins in the roundelay. Eighth District Publishers League. All well and good if other office, and Sheriff Curt A. Robinson, ky has brought forth many noble proBut my stately figure grows on. who has also just taken that office, companies follow their lead, but they ducts, but it has sired no truer son. Lancaster, Ky., January 16, 1914. Defying all care or skill; county in the same j probably would not, even if they were but who served the the country no finer type of man. capacity many years ago, is the fact His long life, as full of years as of And O for the grip of anti-fa- t. financially ame. iney mane me pace That will makeiry weight standstill!! that the first official act of Mr Robin- Rates For Political Announcements hard for all other industries, for there son upon entering upon hi office for honors, is now closed, and it bear3 no are very few which can make up a j stain. Kentucky stood with uncovered Roll, rool, roll, For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 payroll on the basis of $5.00 a day as a the first time m slieriif, w:i to arrest head and revererent heart as he was On shoulder and hip and knee, i . 10.00 .. ?or County Offices one Curtis R.bitiMon Ainbrn.se, a name- -' borne to his last resting place at But the slender grace of a shape that is 15.00 minimum wage. The industries can For State and District Offices the School of sake, vhf was stnt fled Frankfort to lie near other Kentucky .10 not double their prevailing wage rate. for Calls, per line. Will never come back to me. Under our present social and finan Reform, and the first official net of governors and soldiers. It must have 10 For Cards, per line induced into cial system, trade seeks its level as Mr. Arnold upon been a touching scene when the gray-haire- d For all publications in the intercertainly as water. The exceptions, the office of County Judge wn to send Confederate veterans and old He Hadn't Time. est of individuals or expresClajton which are rare and artificially main- his nami"al:i. a coined vutli, friends of Gen. Buckner joined in sion of individual views, per Arnold Anderson t' ihe School of Re singing "Nearer, My God, To tained, always disappear. The operaThee." He hadn't time, when the days were .10 iine .... .. ................ 10,000 form. The nam' sems to h about fair .05 tion of the plan was seen when Obituaries, per line men struggled and fought around the all that these wihy enntiemen have And others were giving him praise, Entertains Kentucky Beef Cattle do not Elmendorf plant of the Ford Motor Co., clamoring bestowed, as their n une.-akTo think of her, with her whitened for jobs. Serious disturbances in the seem to have followed iht Association. hair Automobile market are sure to follow. and narrow p.ith f.illowd bv those Upon And her homely ways; the invitation of Mr. C. H. Berry- tht-i- r cognoThere will be strikes and unrest in the from whom they receive - He hadn't time to remember how man. rres. Kentucky Jeei Cattle Asmens. shops of other companies. She had taught him his childhood i sociation, about 400 cattle dealers were Receives Enthusiastic The breakdown of the theory is most No Longer Horseless Carriages But loyally prayers. entertained at the Elmendorf likely to occur in the "Sociological And smoothed the lines from his Greeting from Lincoln department". This department Stuck Farm last Saturday, it being a Moto Cars troubled brow sajs fitting finale to the Farmers Institute it will "keep an eye on the men and If one will look over the advertising which had been going on all week. When he fretted with boyish cares. County Democrats. any who are found using the extra pages of the magazines of five or six They came from all parts of the state He hadn't the time when the fair winds money, in a way considered improper blew Last Monday was a cold and dis- for right living, will be eliminated". years ago the pictures of the auto- and were met in Lexington by special mobiles then sold will strikingly illus- cars which convevd them Jto the farms agreeable day and the crowd that atAnd his dreams were ot proud sue "Elimination" will surely be resisted, trate the development since then of where an interesting program was tended Court Day at Stanford was for the dismissal of one employe, will this modern sport. At that time the carried out and a butchering demons- When cess.hopes were high and his sor But when the smaller than usual. his certainly be the concern of all, just as manufacturers seemed to have an am- tration was given, showing the superhour appointed for Congressman A. O. rows few, is in labor unions. Human nature bition to conceal the fact, so far as iority of a prime beef steer to a steer Stanley to speak came on, the auditor- it To think of her loneliness; has always and always will be the filled. pcssible. that their vehicles were ma- of inferior breed. Mr. Haggin owner But he found the time in the later days ium at the Court House was same, and no amount of "profit sharchines. They made buggies and sur- of Elmendorf, contributing the steers Hon. J. B. Paxton presented the speak To wish that he might forget. calling ing" will change it. A company bless- reys with the engines hidden away be- from his herds. Mr. Jonas Weil, of And to feel, while he listened to empty er with complimentary words ed with $10,000,000 profit over the de.special attention to the great services neath the seats and the flooring, and a Lexington, first outlined on the steers praise. mands of its stockholders, is of course had rendered new topic was given to the joke the regions from which the different The ache of a vain regret. the distinguished visitor optomistic. Their plan is based on the writers and cartoonists, that of the cuts came and indicated the respects the people in his effective work in theory of perpetual sunshine. In lean motorist lying on his back in the dusty in which the prime steer was better dealing with the trusts as a legislator. years, this sum will shrink appallingly Who Can Beat It. or muddy road, tinkering awkwardly than the common rough, from strictly Mr. Stanley stated that the demo The Ford cars are sold at a low price, the almost inaccessible inner parts the butchers and consumers standpoint. of Kentucky in casting their vote crats Miss Jennie Dickerson. assisted by but the criticism will be inevitable. at He said that too many steers of the above him. for a representative in the Federal that instead of so Miss Minerva Cox, have just closed extravagant a diswere voting for themselves and The world still regal ded these vehicles common rough type are being produced Senate tribution, the wise and just system their School at the Antiock School as "horseless carriages," and it was in Kentucky at the present time, and that the candidate selected should rep- would have been to have raised their several years after they came into use that the advantages of using a pare House which we think is hard to beat. resent the policies and principals of wages a Miss Dickerson is to be classed among improved the quality of before the makers realized that they bred sire is not being appreciated by the majority of democrats of the their carslittle, the very best of teachers. Her work a little, and reduce the price should forsake the designs of carriage the average farmer as it should be was thorough from beginning to end. State. He remarked that his opponent a little. The Interstate Commerce manufacturers and treat the cars from the standpoint of. profit alone. Governor Beckham belonged to a dirCommissission would not allow the It was either know your lesson or The visitors were loyally entertained ectly opposite school of political thought frankly as engines. remain at noon and if that failed they New Haven Road to increase their and light at a luncheon spread in the big dairy Gradually, bicycle wheels from that of the speaker and classed received just a little of what our rates, merely to provide high wages discarded, theengineswere barn, which was spotlessly clean and grand-paren- ts his opponent as a reactionary demoused to get. Would that for its employes. As Elbert Hubbard bodies were proignominious position decorated throughout with magnificent crat and placed himself with the we had more such teachers in Garrard said of Socialism. "There is only one taken from their body and placed forward un-- a cut flowers and potted plants. After gressive wing of the democratic party thing Co. wrong with the plan, and that is, under the now led by Woodrow Wilson, W. J. protecting bonnet, where they might luncheon the guests were taken to the There was no prize offered for the it wont work". Mr. Stanley Bryan and Ollie James. be easily reached; the chasses became abattoir, where the demonstration best general average but Floyd Ison in his the modern motor was given. The prime steer which was surprised by a handsome prize for suitably heavy, and caused considerable laughter In that "true report of Stanley car emerged triumphant as an engine weighed 1650, pounds, dressed out ridicule of the Interior Journal and its the best general average for the entire editor. Editor Richard Knott and the speaking" promised by the Interior of locomotion. Today it no longer sails 65.63 per cent, or a total of 1083 pounds term which was 98. Journal the statement was made that under false colors; it looks the world of dressed beef, while the common Louisville Post were declared the Jim Hamilton 97, Ruth Broaddus 96, greatest foes of Kentucky democracy there was a 'committee on applause' in the face, an enfranchised motor car. steer, weighing 1550 pounds, dressed Bertha Belle Broaddus 95, Elgin Broadin attendance headed by Editor Joe 813. out 52.48 per cent, or a total of at this time and continuously for the dus 94, Louis Broaddus 94, and Wilpast dozen years. He referred to the Robinson. Well, there is just as much Mr. Thomas Dunn One Of Bryantsville's pounds of beef. The Association re- liam Ison 94. truth in that as your former statements elected the old officers. assaults made by this Journal and its Now if every teacher will promise to Most Substantial Cttizeis Dies editor upon Goebel and the democratic that "hardin and Stanley were after see that each child write their own Helm's scalp" or "that Editor Robin9rganization and that Mr, Shelton Open, Air School Classes. letter on Agriculture. Manual Training Suddenly. .Saufley and the Interior Journal were son was moving heaven and earth to get opposition to Helm", or we "were In certain schools in New York it has and Busines and so on and so on and borne Mr. Thomas Dunn died at his now under the influence of this Journal every child have his or her own He stated that the trying ,to shunt Henrv Jackson from. i m Bryantsviile at 3 o'clock Wednesday been decided to hear lessons in the open hand work and that each one is put .and its editor. " ., , . uie juaiciai tract to the UngressionaI afternoon The summons came sud- - air. The plan has been in use in Boston denomination of Knott and the Post in the right grade. We will prove over Shelton teminded him of a newly siding' or that "you did not deny to denly and without warning and while for some years. To a lesser extent it our writing by our work at your Owen Mclntyre the sending of the he was in front of the place of busi has been practiced in Chicago and in hatched nest of squabs, blindly, with next School Fair. open mouths,, gulping down everything famous Dispatch to the Post" until ness of Mr. Samuel Haselden, and was Cleveland. XXX. you was smoked out. There is a good deal to be said in disease. He due to an attact of heart .that the mother pigeon dropped in. In the case Be sure and dont republish that ar- was removed to Mr. Haselden's home favor of open-ai- r lessons. The cartoon published in the Post One More Spiritual Land Slide. where he died within an hur after he of children with a predisposition to tuaiid the Interior Journal representing ticle about Congressman Johnson. bercular disease the advantage would was stricken. as running from the Webb- Stanlev The Davistown Baptist Church, after Last week the Interior Journal The deceased was one of the best be great. That it would work favorKenyonBill was declared by the speak-- , ably also with children who are phys-- remaining in a state of lethargy for misrepresentation and slander and ' promised a true report of the Stanford known citizens of the- county. He i er a dav- - Anv of the was seventy years of age and Was ' ically weak from any cause may well quite a while, called to its pastorate, a that although the picture looked like count' court importance oi year ago Rev. Wm. Stanley it acted like Beckham. He j larRe audience who heard the speech unusualiy active for his years. He be believed. The of health is now iresn little less than a very Hocker of Hodgenville, Ky. and mW chan to observe the report alway took an active interest in the air ai an element n Bill I voted against the ' Rev. Hocker has proven himself to generally recognized. The ventilation because it was unconstitional and that as Published may judge whether the afTaiM of the county and was probably PaPer keens its Promises more truly on of the best informed men as to in crowded school rooms is not always- be of that class of ministers who are his position ha l been unheld by the land valuations in the county, and be-- what it should be. In building school not satisfied with laggers. He has Supreme Court of South Carolina and than the editor does h!s Pledges when he promised if sent to cause of this qualification was often houses increasing attention is being worked up quite an interest among his Iowa, and the Court of Appeals of paid to this matter. The buildinga people at Davistown during the past Kentucky held it inoperative in this , the Legislature to vote against all chosen as a member of the county 'illegal appropriations. Docs his vote board of supervisors. He was a man that are Deing erecieu. nowadays are season. State. He declared the insinuation in Under the leadership of Rev. Hocker judg- better and more sanitaty than those of the Interior Journal that the whiskey for the extra help, about the first he of wide information and splendid the people have beautified and painted cast redeem his pledget ment as well as a gentleman of the the past. trust was behind his candidacy for the; Despite these changing conditions their church and put in new stoves, strictest integrity. He was highly esSenate was wholly untrue and without j I On the third Lord's day in November teemed throughout the countv and in there are innumerable schoolhouses ana tnai ne naa inany foundation, Firm- Dissolves. own locality was freely consulted that are better adapted for barns than Brother Hocker began a series of his troduced in Congress legislation that meetings, and closed the Second Sunhis advice be- for the purpose of herding a miscelThe firm of Bailey and Lewis have upon business matUrs, if enacted would destroy all trusts, ining considered of great value, and he laneous aggregation of pupils. There day in this month with an addition of cluding the whiskey trust. Governor dissolved partnership, Mr. Lewis re teachers, it is regrettable to say, (47) fourty seven, of which (38) thirty Beckham's legislative policy dealing tiring. Mr. Bailey will continue at by his wise counsel has prevented are many a lawsuit. Mr. Dunn at the who do not appreciate the benefits of eight are candidates for the water. with railroads and other corporations the old stand and asks and will appreRevs. H. Miller of New rort, and the Civil war espoused fresh air and who do not comprehend while Governor was vigorously criti- ciate a share of your patronage. mr. outbreak of Despite the Stepen Davis of Stony Point, assisted the Union cause and served with dis- the menace of foul . air. cised. The laws, according to the Lewis will take charge of his father's ! tinction under the late Col. J. K. unflagging efforts of medical authori- in the meetings during the last two speaker, enacted while Mr. Beckham farm near town. Faulkner in the 7th, Ky. cavalry. He ties and sanitary experts to educate weeks and did some valuable work. was Governor favored the organizaSuch a spiritual awakening has not was a member of the Christian church the masses there yet remain with ut A Deserving Young Man. tion of trusts and rendered annulity some millions of American citizenswho been felt in Davistown since the and of the F. &. A. M. Lodge. the section of the State constitution Mr. Ben F. Woods, of Danville, was The deceased was a son of the late shrink from the "night air" and who seventies and the people should feel adopted to prevent monopoly. He Friday. Ben is one Jefferson and Nancy Baugbman Dunn, avoid a draft as assiduously as they themselves complimented in having enacted by the in Lancaster last contrasted the law of our home boys, and is employed in contagious disease. such a man as Rev. Hocker as their State of New Jersey under the ad- the firm of Cooke and Cable, and is a pioneer residents of 'thebyBryantsviile would dodge a one broth- Doubtless there are parents in plenty spiritual leader. section. He is survived Woodrow Wilson with ministration of hustling young man and liked by all. er, Benjamin Dunn of Danville and one who will see baleful possibilities in The baptising took place on Dix the law enacted by Governor Beckham many friends here are interested lister, Mrs. Alice Adams of Denver open-ai- r lessons. A departure of the river the 21st inst at a place dedicated acting as executive for Ken His while " him, and a very successful future Colo. by the Baptist Church at Davistown kind therefore should constitute a tucky to show his opponents partiality in The interment will be in the Lancasis predicted for him. object lesson for parental dis- undei the leader ship of its former pasThe speaker had the most for trusts. ter cemetery this, Friday morning at senters, as well as a benefit to sickly ture, and organizer, Rev. Lot Smith courteous attention from his hearers Prohibition Amendment Day. 11 o'clock, and the Masonic fraternity A. D. 1875 the baptising was performchildren. and evidently made a splendid impreswill have charge of the services. Pupils are not likely to distinguish ed by Rev. Wm. Hocker, who did his Quite an interesting program was sion upon the large audience. Mr. themselves in scholarship where to the work well in 13 minutes. The baptisStanlev has many friends in Lincoln carried out by the local Strayed. burden of poor physical development is ing was witiesed by a large crowd by the National W. C. T. U. County, many of whom claim that it furnished From my place near Cartersville, a added the handicap of insufficient among which were some of the best will be in the Stanley column at the through the state organization this lessons, where white people of the neighborhood. day was observed by fat-in- g small black mare mule, saddle scar on ventilation. Open-ai- r week. The August primary. Deacon-bioar- d Of The Church. and prayer for victory' in this cam- back, shod all round, coming 3 yearj and when the surrounding conditions Sam Dunn. the amendment of the con- old. Last heard of near Preachers-vill- make them desirable, probably will W. M. Dunn, paign for Good, But Not Practical, John Seae, prove beneficial both to teachers and T. W. Simpson, stitution in the cause of the National A. H. Smith. pupiU, J. R, Kincaid, James I. Hamilton. of the Ford Motor Company W. C. T. U. The pln y ) I 1 1 g C3 en C3 CLEAN Clen Lily FLOUR. & PURE o 1 Why Clean? Because the Wheat is first screened. then washed and scoured. j"RL ... es STANLEY Why Pure? Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. j Why Sanitary? Because under high Vacluum pressure to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. Because everything is separated from -- ji Why Wholesome? the pure nutritious part of the Wheat I .0 Kernel. After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. -- HAPPAPn ;viii .i irsjo cr !jriMj'y;YY The Courier Journal St HALF PRICE $3,00 For R. E. 12 flonths -- " te Please let us send in your subscription. McRoberts & Son. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Phone 27. Webb-Kcnyo- I ' The Independent Tobacco Warehouse still leads with pounds and prices, selling this past week pre-electi- I I - . 828,485 lbs, for $112,406.18 an average of $13.57. one-thir- val-uab- la The entire market sold 2,964,495 lbs for $390,321.09 an average of $13.17 Take the INDEPENDENT SALES from total sales of past week leaves 2,139,910 lbs sold for $277,914,91 an average of $13.01. d So you can see by these figures that we have sold about other eleven houses by 56cts per hundred. of the tobacco and lead the Therefore the farmers that sold this 2,139,910 lbs at these other houses figured at 56cts lost; $11,961.10 bf not selling at the INDEPENDENT HOUSE. We do not boast of a high average on a few crops, but publish our figures for the public. So figure for yourself bow you can make your part of this $11961.10 and bring your crop to the INDEPENDENT HOUSE. ' white-ribbone- rs e. THE INDEPENDENT TODACCO WAR'H'SE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Friday Jan. 16 9 4. 1 1 Page 5 School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Honor Roll for December. YOUR Gossip About People vvv A Brief Mention of the Comings Goings by Those Wt Arc Interested nd In. ACCOUNT IS Please call and settle, we need the money. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. P 1U3L Your Hon J. R. Mount, whs at home Sunday from Frankfort. Mrs. D. M. Lackey, has recovered from a billious attack. Charles Dunn, returned this week to State College Lexington. Miss Eliza Ison, of Bryantsville, is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Poor. Mrs. R. Parker Gregory, has been visiting relatives in Lexington. rr SELUiNG SHOE SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any JV3T or rtf LsswH1 Mrs. R. L Hubble, of Stanford, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Logan ble. has Hub- e WE. 1SJUYT issKssA TO PJtZRSE f yocr" for Kiwi WT.I Vl am enjoying so much. Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford, Loretta Elsener, Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. J. K. Helm, and children of Moreland, were visitors Friday of has been the recent guest of her par Has Made A Success. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Mrs. Tom Ballard. Mr. Clay Pumphrey, youngest son Mrs. Joanna Ball is at home after Mr. J. Sterling Herron, entertained of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey of a number of his boy friends at a birth spending a month with her daughter. this city, is in Lancaster, for a visit Mrs. Bohon Campbell, in Stanford. day party Tuesday night. to his parents. Clay is now making Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey, of Stan Miss Hannah Alridge has returned to his home in Corbin, where he is the ass ford, were over Sunday the guests of her home in Stanford, after a pleasant manager of a successful moving picMr. and Mrs. Wm Hughes. ture theater. Clay began his electrivisit to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden. DC 1L 1L 1Z cal work in Lancaster, going from Mrs. Ollie Honaker, daughter, and Mr. J. L. Smith and sister. Miss sons of Lexington, are here for a visit Sallie T., returned home after a pleas- here to Danville, where ne operated a machine, and is now one of the most to Mr. and Mrs. Silas Moss. ant visit to relatives at Coatsville. Ind. expert operators in the state. Dr. Wm. Stallings and Mrs. Stall-ing- s, Miss Jennie Ward has returned from have returned to Cincinnati, after Wagon Loads Of Wealth. an extended visit to her grandfather, a visit to Mr. Janres Leave!!. in Virginia, and other relatives in A few days ago one could have countMrs. Samuel Cotton, left the past Tenn. ed twenty wagon loads of the golden Thursday for an extended visit to her M133 Nancy Bourne, of Marks-bur- y hued tobacco, piled high on each wegon, aunt, in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. is spending the week with her waiting their turn to be unloaded at O Mrs. Frank Pierce, has returned to grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam our local Warehouse, conducted by Billy Speith, who every body likes, and in Louisville, after a star Bourne. her home judging from the tobacco he is getting, with her daugeter Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs. W. R. Cook who is enjoying a is paying as much or a little more than Mrs. Bell Perkins, and little grand- visit to Louisville friends is having a it is bringing over the loose markets. daughter, of Stanford, have been re- number of social affairs given in her People who are not used to seeing these cent visitors of Mrs. Cleveland Rose. honor. loaded wagons rolling into town, marvel 1 Miss Scotta Petty is in Decatur, 111., at its enormity. Twenty wagons loadMessrs Sterling and Story Herron, motored to Cornishville, Saturday and for a visit of several weeks with her ed with the choicest of tobacco, for were guests of relatives while there. sisters. Mesdames Totten. Brown and Garrrrd County produces the choicest, and each wagon would no doubt average Thurman. Mr, and Mrs. George Robinson, of 3000 pounds to the wagon, and Danville. wre guests the past week Professor J. L. Riley has been tender- at an average cf 13 cents, means of Mrs. Rebecca West and daughters. ed and accepted a lucrative position as nearly enough money to buy a good in Physics in a College in Miss Winnie Wherritt, is at home instructor in size farm. It is undoubtedly the most valued crop of our beautiful country, from taking a business course at Oklahoma. 1 Mrs. Carrie Davidson left this week and it will continued to be an every Smith's Business College in Lexington. Mrs. Louis Ross, of Paint Lick, was lor a protracted stay with her son, increasing asset to the state. ValuabU in Tulsa, as Kentucky's tobacco crop 13 at the the guest last week of her sisters Attorney R. L. Davidson, Oklahoma. present time, it would be still more Mesdames S. D. Cochran, and V. A. Mr. George Smith Jr. and Mrs. valuable if the government would make Lear. Smith, returned from Maysville, Tues- the big tobacco companies obey strictly Save it by bringing your corn to our mill and have it crushed and Dr. Virgil G. Kinnaird, has returnday, after a pleasant visit of two the decree of the Supreme Court. sacked by the load. Is will go twice as far and your stock will do ed to Philadelphia, after a stay with Movement to Get Fathers and Sons Closer his parents Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kin- weeks to Mrs. Smith's parents, much better. We grind daily. Mrs. J. A. Owens, our good friend in naird. interesting talk. Together. neighborhood is the Prcachersville Mr. J. W. Ireland formerly of StanMr. James Lyttle Dunn, and bride good health may Robert E. Lewis, secretary of tha ford, but now Representing the Amerinee Miss Katharine Gooch are mak- quite sick. We hope ing an extensive bridal tour in a num- soon be restored to this useful citizen. Cleveland Young Men's Christian As- can Book Co. was a pleasant caller at Miss Martha Kavanaugh, entertained sociation, who originated the "father our school Monday morning. ber of the large cities. at a handsome social function at the and son" movement, has received Miss Masons room will entertain Mr. Waller C. Hudson, who has been Ky. country home, the honoree being Dr. letters from the mayors of more than Friday week, at Fridays morning in Denver Colorado, and Arizona, as a New York, 100 cities stating that they have issued exercise and not this week on account mineralogist for something over two Virgil Gibney Kinnaird, of proclamations calling upon citizens to City. school which begins at 8o'lock on ac years is now at home for a stay with participate in the movement to draw of Messrs. Benjamin and Homer Woods fathers and their sons into closer union. count of examinations. B. F. Hudson. his parents Mr. and Mrs. of Danville, were here to attend the "Father and son" movements have' Miss Robinson one of our high school Mrs. J. E. Arnold, of Kansas City, burial of their grandfather, and while been formally launched in San Fran- teachers, was called away Friday evenwho was a recent visitor of her nieces, here were with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. cisco, Washington, Brooklyn, Balti- ing on account of the serious illness of the Misses Arnold, and brother, Mr. Mrs. Ware. more, Chicago, Long Beach, Calif,; her mother in Campbellsville. W. A. Arnold, left this week to spend N. Y.: Grand Rapids. Mich: Curry ia Caching in her place. Mrs. Joseph Calloway, accompanied Westfield. the remainder of the winter in Florida. her two nieces, little Misses Lena and Miedletown, N. Y.; Marion, Ind,; Mari- - Miss Daniels our music teacher, has to the Bro. Tinder attended a meeting of Jane Walker to the Lebanon hospital, on. Ohio: Racine. Wis.: Elmira. N. Y.: i recently organized Voice class and the Christian Ministers of the state in where they will be under medical treat- Chagrin Falls, O., and Athel, Mass. members of the school are readily tak- WHITE SWAN in Lexington this week and was pre- ment. Among other letters, Mr. Lewis re- ing advantages of this new organized FLOUR sent at a banquet given to that body at Purroy Mitchel class. Mr. James H. Ware and family of ceived one from John the Phoenix hotel on the night of the She has also a Harmonia Society of New York, in which he gave the all, they as the best of Hopkinsville make a short visit to his 14th. with 31 members, they meet twice a know what they are sister Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, enroute movement his hearty endorsement. ana study Music and Drama. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. and to Florida for the remainder of the Mayor Wallace G. Nye of Minneapolis month is one about. If there The following Officers were elected to issued a proclamation in which he said Mrs. Trammel Conn, in the recent winter. . thing women can judge home should be "more than a mere serve for the ensuing year. death of their only son at his home at President. Miss Viola Beagle Si Miss Bettie Robinson was called to place in which to sleep and eat." well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the Wilmore. The remains were brought her home in Campbellsville by the illIn Chicago all the branches of tha Miss Gracie Cochran. Vice President. here for interment in the cemetery. WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare Secretary. During her Young Man's Christian association are Bradley Bourne, The deceased was a twelve years old ness of her mother. While the following members were absence Mrs. Theo Curry has charge of planning fathers' and sons' banquets. it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the and died of spinal meningitis. chosen to look after the Programs her classes. WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. S. Dunn, Charlotte John Louis Gill, was the agreeable Roe Young, a real estate Garrard County Man Secures Nice Ap- Misses Mamie Mr. J. host at a birthday party at his home Pollitt, and Florence Johnson. agent who has been in the thriving pointment In Revenue Service e. on Saturday. Twelve male friends city of Middlesboro. has joined his il were invited to partake of the Could Hardly Claim Credit. Under Collector Hushes. wife here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. and inviting repast. We omit iiiiiister "So you've turned over a G. Anderson. W. Mr. Victor Ruble of Buena Vista, new leaf. Sandy. I was indeed glad the age of the hospitable young man Gov. McCreary has sent among other son of Mr. J. B. Ruble, has been ap- to see you at our prayer meeting last for fear of embarrassment for him. names that of Judge Lewis L. Walker pointed a Deputy Collector under Co- night." Sandy (village reprobate) Mr. D. A. Thomas has accepted a to the Senate for confirmation as a llector John W. Hughes, and has been ' "Is that whaur I wis? I did na ken !. .. t V..1 Vhah nn T loft tha null " -- " position as chief bookkeeper, with The member of the Board of Trustees of assigned to the collection of the Income ' London Opinion. Hardware Co. , at Lex- the Kentucky State College. Tax for Garrard county. The position j LUMBER ington and left Monday to assume his The juniors will entertain the mem is one of the mo3t lucrative within the I OFFICE new duties. Mr. Thomas has made gift of Collector Hughes and carries 0 Tempora: 0 Mores! many friends while in this city and all bers of the Senior Class at a hand- with it a straightsalary of $1200 per some social function this evening (Friwish him much success in his new work. In looking over an old paper called our office and have day) at the Graded School Building. annum. The appointment will meet the Lancaster Letter with one French with popular approval in Garrard Professor E. F. Fowler, of Lincoln Delightful refreshments will be servand a little lumber talk. county, due both to the fact that Mr. Tipton, editor and proprietor Memorial University, of Harrogate, ed. Ruble is a deserving and capable young published in 1867 we see the following: Tenn, stopped off for a visit over SatWe can give you some "Master JeffDunn sends us a tomato Mr. George Anderson left Wednes- man, and that his father "Rome" urday with home folks at Kirksville, day for Mansfield Ills, on a prospect- Ruble is and has years been measuring over 15 inches and weighing Ky. and left Sunday morning for New tips well worth know Jersey. Prof. Fowler has a host of ing tour with a view of locating in a wheel horse for Garrard county de 20 ounces. Wesley West sends us a twin Mr. J. ing. Ifjjyou propose friends in both Madison and Garrard Illinois. Mr. Anderson is a splendid mocracy, and the appointment is hut a is the greatest curiosity counties and they unite in wishing him citizen and it is hoped that he will slight token of the appreciation of the Squash that ' we have seen in the vegetable line. to build, enlarge or conclude not to leave Garrard County. services rendered by him and the Rub well in all his undertakings. Dr. Fisher sends us an early rose Mrs. Emma Elkin, who has been the le family to the cause of democracy. improve this season tell us your plans and we will tell you potato that weighs 29 ounces. The following announcement will be Mr. Anderson Bowling has been ap guest of Mrs. B. F. Walter, will leave of interest to readers of the "Record" Mrs. W. H. Wherritt ha3 our thanks shortly to visit Mrs. W. M. Clelland pointed Division Deputy for the coun the best kind of lumber to use and how much or little you Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rose announce the for a large basket cf excellent grapes in Nicholasville, and from ties of Jackson, Owsley and Laurel. engagement of their daughter, Mary Johnson and apples, very fine ones indeed. need. We charge you nothing for advice and only moderthere she will go to Fairmont, West Mr. Bowling is a former resident of We are obliged to Judge Wm McKee Pearl to J. L. Cusick Jr. The wedding county and has many friends Garrard ately for the lumber you require. will be solemnized February 14th, at Va., for a protracted stay with Mr. here, all of whom did everything in Duncan for a basket of excellent ar.d Mrs. Shirley Elkin. the home of the brides parents in Lintheir power to secure the appointment grapes, coln county. The bride-elecparents Mis3 Edna Gulley, an attractive for him. He is a brother of Mr. Mrs. Tom Wherritt has our thanks were natives of Lancaster, and are visitor from Mineral Wells Texas, is Green Bowling of this county and a for a delightful plate of cake." well remembered here. while brother-in-laConductor being extensively entertained of Mr. W. S. Carrier Think of it, all of this in one issue of IB John W. Rose of Louisville, is one of visiting her "Old Kentucky Home" of Lancaster, and his appointment the paper. They tell us times have the most popular conductors on the L. Miss Virginia Bourne gave an elabor- will also prove very acceptable to changed, Yea. verily we think they &N. have. ate course dinner in her honor as well GarrarrTcounty democracy. 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. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Vanhook, of Lincoln county, are guests of Lancaster friends. Mr. Baker Walker, of Nicholasville, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigney the past week. Friends will be glad to know Mr. Miss Mattie Lee Hubble, of Stanford, has been visiting Misses Mayme and Alex Doty is showing inprovement since his recent illness. Ethel Walters. Miss Jennie Duncan has returned Mr. John Glenn, of Winston N. C. was the guest for several days of Miss from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, of Stanford. Bessie Brown. J. L. Francis wes a recent visitor in as a "card party" for Miss Gulley. the city of Lexington. Dr. William Burnett left Wednesday John Moss'is on a tour of Tennessee for a few days business trip to Shel- byville. and other Southern states. Mr. T. N. Aldridge, a representative Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden motor ed to Harrodsburg last Sunday after- of the National Bureau of Information, will be at the Kengarlan hotel Thursnoon. day and Friday of this week. He will Rice Hughes is in Stan- Miss Delia solicit advertising for the system clock frrd visiting her aunt, Mrs. i. W. which has taken so well at other placAcey. es. All churcbe3 and ladies societies will leave are given free advertising space. Miss Martha'Kavanaugh shortly to enter the Normal school in Miss Nancy Merlyn Walker enter Richmond. tained her grade Wednesday afternoon Miss Lucy Francis, of Paint Lick, is from 3:30 to 5:30. It being her thirthe guest of her sister, Mrs. F. S. teenth birthday. Covers were laid Hughes. for twenty little girls. The color Games B. Price scheme was pink and white. Messrs W. A. Price and N, guests of Dr. and Mrs. and music were enjoyed by the little were week-en- d folks, and all reported a pleasant time. S. P. Grant. Professor J. W. Ireland, formerly Mrs. R. E. McRoberte was hostess for a few lady friends on last Satur- the capable principal of the Stanford graded schools, but now the represenday evening. tative of the American Book Company, Mrs. Belle Scott has returned from a made this office a pleasant call Monvisit to her niece. Miss Carrie Boulden, day. Prof, is very much pleased with in Nicholasville. his new work, and with his former exMisses Elizabeth Anderson and Mary perience in school work, we bespeak Arnold will leave soon for several days for him success in his new field. stay in Cincinnati. Card Of Thanks. r YODXL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. D I thank Mrs. Hattie Ward for putting on a doll contest. I thank grandma Miller for putting me in the contest. And I thank everybody who helped me win the pretty doll which I R. S. BROWN, :c NOTICE T - Phone 27 before your Tobacco and get one of our best Growers. Tobaccoyou start to market with Canvas Tarpaulins. FEED IS HIGH. all sizes We have them 14x18 Canvas Tarpaulins $12.00. 16x20 Canvas Tarpaulins $ 4.00. Best Fish Brand Slicker Coats $2.50. 2 oz Honor Roll for December is as tol. lows, including the 2nd, 3rd. 6th and 7th Grades. 2nd. 3rd Grades. Henry Cox, Eugenia Dunlap. Eliza beth Hagan, Margie Montgomery, Paul Morrow, Anna Lee Poff, Julia Mae Walker. Lillian Boyle, Susie Middleton.Marrs Swinebroad. Cassie Mae Burnett, Essie Conn, Juniata Dunn. Margret Elliott, James I. Watkins. Jane Haselden. Fourth Grade Elisha Carrier, Henry Moore, Genive Moss, Delia R. Hughes, Anna Fay King. Sixth Grade Margaret Cook. Bemlce Champ, Pearl Dickerson, Katie Barnes Dickerson. Mary Davis. Clayton Mor row, Anna Brltton Moss, George Swinebroad. Seventh Grade Florence Acton, Val Cook. Ruth Carrier, Wilma Henry, Mary Lee Lear, Mary Owsley, Annie Reid, James Siler, Merlyn Walker. Friday of last week the Faculty held The a meeting in the Club Room. trustees met with them and as well as a prosperous meeting they also had a pleasant evening. Music Department .After the Holidays quite a large number of pupils have entered the music class of Miss Daniels. New Pupils, Quite anumberof new pupils have entered school since the new year. We welcome all new scholars to our school. Water Fountains .New Water fountains are now being put in and as well as sanitary are very convenient. The Mid year Examinations will be held in the various rooms beginning Thursday and lasting until Friday evening. Grafonola The school, including the Faculty and Pupils have bought a Grafonola. The pupils who have not paid, please pay your teacher to day. Mr. Forest Stapp who recently moved into town from Buckeye wa3 a visitor at our school Monday morning and entered five children. Miss Daniels our efficient music teacher has made extensive improvements in her room She working so hard and having taken so much pains in the school, the Trustees presented her with three fine rugs for her Studio. Junior Entertainment The Juniors will entertain the Seniors, Faculty and Sophomores Friday evening, at School Reception Hall 8 o'clock. The Students returned to School Jan-5t- h after a delightful holiday and with much renewed energy. Teachers Vacation After a pleasant vacation all the teachers took up the School work Monday morning. Miss Robinson's room entertained the School Friday Morning with nice Friday morning exercises. Bro. Pollitt was a visitor at our school Tuesday morning and gave us an FOR RENT:-Si- x good rooms on Danville Street. Apply to. W. C. Davis. LOST:-GoI- d initial "S. B. 10 R." handle Umbrella, with M. L. Caneer. second hand hemp breaks for sale. Mrs. Rebecca West. RENT:-Thre- For M6-9t. e Furnished. front bedrooms. Mr3. C. D. Powell. We have traded for 2 cars of good straight lumber and toot being in the business will sell in quantitys at a low price. Garrard Milling Co. 4t Last Notice To Tax Payers. Under the new Revenue law I will be compelled to advertise your property for sale if taxes are not paid at once. This means you. Respectfully G. T. Ballard. Sheriff of Garrard county. Bargain Here. To close out our partnership, we will sell at a bargain, 60 acres of land, two miles from Lancaster. Herndon & Walker Milk Cow For Sale. Number one fresh milk cow. Apply at W. H. Lackey's. Pd J. H. Gulley. For Rent. Five room cottage with bath, sink in kitchen, electric lights, and all necessary out buildings. Big garden and lot. Can give possession at once. R. T. Embry. White Help Wanted. I desire to hire a middle age white woman to cook. None but reliable parties deed apply. References required. G. W. Rice. Paint Lick. Ky. For Rent. Store Room, 20x40 ft Located 3 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike. Splendid location. J. T. Livingston. Lancaster. Ky. R. R. No.3. Town Property For Sale. My house and lot on Lexington street Lancaster, Cy. for 4500. Mrs. Fannie Walker. I now have Di. T. M. Saymans Vegetable Wondar Soap, on sale at Mrs. Josephs. So any one wanting same can get it there. Katie Royston Flatwoods, Ky. Farm Wanted. I want to buy a small, well improved, well watered, productive farm on a good pike near Lancaster. Give price and full description. Lock Box No. 367, Becker, Ballard & Co BRYANTSVILLE, When Women Pd. Cassville. Missouri. Automobile For Sale. We have for sale a 1912 E. M. F. 5 five passenger 30 H. P. automobile in perfeet condition. This sale is to 0 wind up a partnership business and sold at once will sell at a bargain. Herndon & Walker. For Sale. if POINT If not 154J acres land near Hyattsville Ky. sold by March 1st. would lease ! S s to one or more parties for tobrcco or hemp. Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydon. Nicholasville. Ky. R. R. 4. Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. Notice. Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills Lancaster Ky January the 1st 1914. The Honorable A. D. Ford Judge of the Garrard County Court and J. E. Robinson County Atty for Garrard County are hereby notified that Gib Mitchell will on the 1st Tuesday in February 1914 make application before the Board of prison Commissioners for Gib Mitchell. a parole. By R. H. Tomlinson Atty. Jx))e.x,, xxxxYYyxxx Better Step Inside giKl I I f Van-Deeri- """" a'A'B.wm JMUNt,Y Kfe'riV m w V ,1. TUUDfi IK tlJG & than agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS 4 3) E. IvUt JL tNIUTlUE, R. Ollltrs In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. We tell tou how. and nav best market prices. We are dealers: established in 1S3: and can do BETTER for von for-man- FIELD SEED. Wholesale prices direct to the consumer. I have a full line of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and will be pleased to submit samples and prices. Terms spot cash. ts Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. w W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. life MMM Page 6 The Central Record, Friday Jan. 16, 1914. SOIL SURVEY RESULTS Interesting Statistics Announced by Government. eatabllshed as soon as the seed is placed on the market Potato Diseases. The appearance In a destructive way of several new diseases of potatoes in large producing areas has caused great alarm and heavy loss in certain of the Important potato producing districts of the Rocky MounAmong these malatain territory. dies, heretofore unknown in this country, are leaf-rol- l, known in Europe for a number of years, curly-dwarrosette, and the mosaic disease. The attention of the pathologists in charge of this line of work has been devoted exclusively to a study of the causes and methods for coctroling these troubles. As a result of the investigation a method has been worked out by which tho resistance of the foliage of potato varieties or seedlings may be tested In the greenhouse during the winter which will greatly facilitate the work of potato breeding and will also furnish a method of determining whether seed potatoes are free from this disease. Recent investigations have proved that the dry-rof potatoes, which has been destructive In certain regions, is not caused by Faaarium, as was previously supposed, hut that this disease is due to other wound parasites. Date Ripening. The work during the last year has proved beyond a doubt that the artificial ripening of dates such as the Degelet Noor may be carried on cheaply and efficiently merely by keeping the though Immature fruit in a moist, warm condition. Fruit so ripened Is cleaner and more attractive than that ripened on the tree. Thus the failure of the Degelet Noor to ripen on the tree as it does in some parts of the Sahara Desert, nhlch at first seems a great drawback to date culture in California, turns out to be an actual advantage, permitting the ripening of the fruit more uniformly and more efficiently l!:an is possible in the open air, where the conditions cannot be controlled. Date Propagation. once The rapid propagation of date offIB! ' for shoots is a matter of great import- For c'lily use in millions all lv Calumet. of kitchens has ance to the development of the date proe.I tli.it Calumet is highest not only in pos.cr as well unquality but in failing in results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. -f, ot full-size- d Old Shelhut ne Warehouse. Managed By J. Leslie Knight and J. C. Stone. Owned By t& A Money Saving. Dwarf Kafir Corn Hu Proved Profit. able Farm Crop Peruvian Alfalft Valuable In Warm Climate Disease of Potatoes. (Prepared by the United States Department of Aflriculture.) During the year ending June 30. 1913. an area amounting to 52.609,600 acres was covered by soil surveys by Of the department of agriculture. this amount 21,210,880 acres were surveyed and mapped in detail. Parts states were Included in of thirty-on- e this work and all sections of the country were represented. The remainder of the area surveyed was covered which took in a reconnolssance survey. The total area of which soil surveys have been made up to June 30, last, is 70335 square miles. ProfDwarf Kaftr CornHaa Proved-itable Farm Crop. The department of agriculture announced that the dwarf kaflr corn has been extensively distributed through federal states and commercial agencies and has proved to be a very desirable and profitable farm crop. Peterita has awakened much interest as a desirable type of white durra. Roth faterita and dwarf kaflr are adapted to harvesting with the ordinary grain header, which add preatly to the value as crops for extensive farming. The department has taken a prominent part in the campaign now belnq waged for the planting of pure and viable broom corn seed. Experiments with dwarf broom corn tend to prove that this crop is usually sown too thickly for best results. High Value oi Sudan Grrss. Sudan grass baa. continued to demonstrate its bight Talue for the rppons, xofl in tho hrru'il agitfn ,has given exc3fmrT iu'.i'- - GOMBINflTION OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. The Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Company Still Leads In Prices. Tfce highest crop average paid this season was sold on Thursday, when a crop belonging to Mr. Will Lane of Garrard County, consisting 2665 lbs. was sold for an average of $20.71. This shews that J. Leslie Knight the well known manager is "still on the job" in getting the money for the 2475 lbs. and C. L. Moore, Woodford County, 5045 lbs. Average $15.60. These are complete crops, no tail ends left out or sold on previous sale. Everybody knows this is the best lighted house in Lexington and has a capacity sufficient to care for all the farmers. If you want the best prices ifanaers. Tfae following is a list of other high on the market, send your tobacce to average crops sold at the same sale; the Shelburne Warehouse, where it Hiram Pendleton. Garrard Countv.1495 will be looked after by J. Leslie Knight adv ibs. Average $16.40 Preston and Jen- - and J. C. Ston. EVER OFFERED. LESS THEN HALF PRICE The Central Record-on- e year The Weekly Encpiirer-on- e year Farm News, monthly-on- e year Woman's World, monthly-on- e year Poultry Success, monthly-on- e year Farm and Fireside, ne year y, $1.00 1.00 .25 .35 .50 .50 nett. Jessamine County, Average $15.32. B. C. Regular value $3.60 Our Special Bargain PriceFor All, One Year ONLY $1.60 You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. 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Rhodes grass is continuing to show old world method of procedure. It Its high value for Florida and Gulf is believed that by this method much American-growcoast conditions. smaller upshoots can be rooted. It seed will be produced to meet the has also been found that when grown continued growing demands. in the cool, moist climate of the PaVetches. cific coast, in Immediate proximity to of the ocean, certain varieties of the Interest In the cultivation vetches, especially the hairy vetch, date palm fruit scarcely at all, but continues to Increase, and there is produce instead very great numbers probably now a greater acreage grown of offshoots and continue to produce than ever before. In many parts of them through a much longer period the United States seed is now being of years than in typical date growing grown successfully. One difficulty in districts. I he production seed, New Hybrid Substitute for the Lime. of hairy-vetc- h which ordinarily must be grown with A new hybrid, a substitute for the a small grain crop, has been the lime, fruited for the first time during of the seeds. the year. This is the limequat, obBy means of the spiral seed sepatained by crossing the West Indian rator, this can easily be accomplished, lime wi.u the kumquat. It has proved and these machines are now available to be not only a very prococious but to American farmers. There is rea- also exceedingly fruitful and hardy. It son to believe that within the near hears a very acid fruit, much like the future sufficient American seed will West Indian lime in size and flavor. be raised to meet the demands and The tree, however. Is much hardier probably reduce the price of seed than the lime, having withstood the much below what is at present asked. past three winters in extreme northdepartment has recently Intro- ern Florida where the lime can not The duced the purple vetch, which Is oe grown. especially promising, inasmuch as it Tobacco Investigations. yields as much hay and more seed It has been found that a rotation per acre than the common vetch. in hich special fertilizers are applied Cowpeas. The cowpea Investigation, especial- is of great importance in maintaining ly in breeding, has resulted in the the character and burning qualities of production of a considerable number t ie product. Investigations are made of exceedingly promising new varie- daring the year In the Connecticut ties, some of which, especially from Valley, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio. the view point of seed production, are Kentucky. Tennessee, Maryland. Virsuperior to any of the ginia and the Carolinas. In the last apparently foni states the most important prob-j--standard varieties. is the restoration of the much de- Alfalfa. The breeding of improved varieties pleted supply of vegetable matter In hardy and tobacco soils through the use of cover especially of alfalfa, d strains, has devel- crops, which do not increase the oped new possibilities through the Utrogen supply. finding of forms of Medlcago falcata that produco new Summer Apples. plants from true lateral rootB. CerSummer apples were, for a long petain of the forma that possess this riod, a minor commercial consideracharacter are good forage types, and tion, but for the past 10 or 15 years it is hoped that by hybridizing them an important demand for them has with selected plants of common al- developed In the eastern markets, falfa an extremely vigorous strain which has greatly stimulated the planting of early apple varieties In will result As a result of the recent introduc- many sections where formerly they tion of new roots of seed of Peruvian were little valued. alfalfa, the chances of establishing this variety in the southwest are beFowls. d coming extremely favorable. Peruvian fowls are more attrac alfalfa has so thoroughly demonstrate tive to the hungry than g strain people. If you dont believe it leave ed Its value as a for warm climates that little difficulty i it to the hired Ban or the growing is anticipated In getting it thoroughly boy. Ninety Acre n sep-tratiI m . rough-enduring yellow-flowered Welt-Or-ssc- d Well-dressewell-dresse- d quick-growinI r6.-7- Eclipse Engines can easily be detached from the pump and used for running Washing Machine, Cream Separator, Churn, Corn Sheller, Feed Grinder, Grindstone 1' and other light machinery about the Farm. Write us for catalog No. 712106 containing detailed description, capacity table, etc -Ym salus "LPomatl wo Btf-c- vt' 5 '"i'saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV" I j T- - tz. " 55- - - " aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMBPl mmmimI mmrm I Caluaet a tar sipener - I I - na caeas er J..i mm aaT vac arakJ.InrBarCahaMt. eweW. Dea't W It'll wa.li.alf 11 ass best rssalts. u sairauicsjassaa. $S Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 8th Ave. and Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. FREE TO EVERY ICENTUCKIAN Governors Pictures cf 'Z32 AllFrozd the foand(ionKentucky's lL present f &e Stale to y Kg is H" ! 3EC 3EC The Central Record. INCORPORATED time lio only complete clcltoa in ozUtenco States, from WashPictarn of all ?miikx;3 of the ington to Yikon. 2Lic3 of a.! ?.i"uaj in color-t'i hcery latent Kt"ccy Ifapsnowmj Cou ue. tov.u, railroads. Census. 1'Lllar.J districts, etc Latest compieieciapofthsUnitHbtatn. FUlrdcosii.letemapoithc world. Inti cHL.torKulKenti.clyirt:His jientlercl.tK3:l t time. statistics :rorj ion oi tr. s btate to ttc All JtiaUuJe: Alt State Ocicili. ExecLt.ve tlilieai-sofeach Derailments of Ihcbta'e Goercr.ieitiitU . Var.j'--3 Deixmnun'tand tiia ith their ntoi'-aKen'ucLy B'nrNanJ Corns v.ufct! eirstJiT.it'i otuceisacd l'cl:.ju! Cociniittrej inJ Orsan.z:itirrs oi the salaries. State. JCer.r:c'.y Ur.teJ btatc Senator'. len- - ij- ! Sreers of the KctncLy Jliiise. C.r- Justice. rs. l .ii. CoJStu.3 of Keniuily, w.ica nude csd treat wi jtCoUit.cj. JlgS All ct tia VttU Su.tiitics of Kontuciy- This unique an'! valimblt: A:Us . t rce '"f2 to all Evcnhtr l'tbt bib-IK- --. Ifr..t j;:- -t row a bi.b.cnb;r, scnd $5.00 for a full -- & year's or SUKi lor a lis prc-enDcpa-'ts-cs- t. C-.e- f Jli-'mCom-iuti- iin WrU months' tubcr:;t:t.a by maJ. Pleas un Jersdui !. taeia rates are by raall OBlr. and not tnrouiili enrrter or azeat 0DR SPECIAL CCH31HATI0a OFFER: Dally Ereninr Post, cna year jjSf THE $3.00 Central Record. Wiy ' K.atucky Gorerocr'. Wall Ciart $1.00 Per Year In Advance. LANCASTER. t1 THE CENTRAL RECORD ALL FOR 310 S1.00 3.50 ... "", Smn - - - KENTUCKY. jfAMJaaFM 'I'ra SPECIAL OFFER U Note Heads. Letter Heads. Bill Heads. File Statements. Statements. Ala Print. Book Work. Sale Bills. Posters. Galling Cards. Business Cards. Girculer Letters. INKS. Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE. KY. The South', inoit popular priced, modem hotel. Ab.oIut.lr lira-proaituated in the very heart of the retail ahopping district and near all the theatre.. Flneal Cafe in Louisville, with mederate prMM. Club Breakfast from 25e up ; noon day Lunch 50c: table de hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m. S 1.00. Also elaborate a la carte acrvice in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music Gaily Louisville 1914, Herald and the During January Black, Red, Blue, Purple, Brcwn and Green. CENTEAL HECOUD By Mail for One Year at Special price of $2.75. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper at the price of This offer positively expires on January 31st, 1914. ROOM PRICES l! Lei Us Serve Yovr Wiants. U1I1C3 '" Sehulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. KV av - Phone 43 or 339iF. i WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. this hotehypur headquarters while in Louisville, day. Have your mail even if only for and packages addressed hen. You will always be welcome guest. With running, water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath 91.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample room with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You an cordially Invited to make " ftOBERT . JONES. Maaagar. r The Central Record, Friday Jan. 16 1914. Page 7 IMllllllMMMIimilCtOIIIHHIIIMJi SELL YOUR TOBACCO OVER j- - THE DANVILLE BREAKS -- CARDS. Listen, Go Our market is represented by the following buyers, who all own their prizing houses. Ligget & Myers. St. Louis, Mo., Represented by Mr. A.;V. King Amer Tobacco Co., New York, Rep by Mr Duncan Broshure. N. C.. Rep by Capt. H. Griffith. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-SaleG.lO.'.Tuck Co.. Danville, Va.. Represented by M. J. Faulkner. kN. C, Represented J. P. Tayler Co. (Lorrilard) Winston-Salebv 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. Sell your Tobacco over the Danville Breaks where you have competition in selling. "" 8 Hi??- j - Our sales for the past 3 days were over three hundred thousand, with an average t)f $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 last two days on entire stock are Slo-SFarris & Merriman, Boyle Co. average r $1P.50 DeBaun.& Rice, Boyle Co. average 15.00 Farris & McCrystall, Boyle Co. average Hasty & Jchnson, Boyle Co. average ?15.Go Slo.SU J. A. Clark, Boyle Co. average 16.50 Parsons & Miller; Mercer Co. average Jordon & Dean, Mercer Co. average ... $15.00 Woods & Dawson, Lincoln Co. average 16.00 Baughman, Nunnelly & Jones, Lincoln Co. average 14.50 16.00 J. P Gann, Lincoln Co. average J. G. Doty, Madison Co. average $16.25 W. E. Combs & Son, Jessamine Co. average 17.10 -- . - -- .-- . .- - ,,. -m, o n Listen. Listen. ed. where your trade is apprsciat A New Broom Swves Clean but the Old One Gets the Dirt You are invited to the old Reliable Shop. MremiElOBACCu WAREHOUSE CoTBlSfeflifA- HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Strset. - R. Ii. BOURNE I Danville Tobacco Warehouse Incorporated. Go Ws&s1 TWIiLlV mrg.- Auctioneer, Good Service. - -- "TunSt! ii" ir- - n f J- Prices R.ga 354-- f Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT. President. Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT.Secretary. s Pho.it Lancaster, . W - - Kentucky. . - - - -- ,,, II . mt OS a--, .. Your Hair Needs Parisian Sage. hair tonic which quickly penetrates into the scalp, gets to the roots of the hair, I It is a delightful and invigorating they, with an army of hardy removes dandruff, and supplies the hair with just the kind of nourishment it needs to mane it grow. Parisian Sage in not injurious to the hair or scalp it removes dandruif with one application and stops falling hair and itching of the scalp. Parisian Sage quickly cleanses, cools and invigorates the scalp and makes hair that is thin, dull, matted or stringy sott, abundant and radiant with life. It not only saves the hair, but gives it that incomparable gloss and beauty you desire. Get a 50 cent bottle from R. E. Rub a & Son now at once. little into thescalp you will be surprisDelighted users ed with the result. pronounce Parisian Sage the best, most pleasant and invigorating hair tonic made. N HIGHWAY, i- - Bristol. Tenn., January 10. In Colonial days, when American civilization was young, the great movement westward was across the Blue Ridge and thence westward along the Virginia-Tennesse- e boundary, through Cumberland Gap into Kentucky. It was this route that Issac Shelby, the first governor ot Kentucky, and Daniel Boone, the pioneer hunter, traveled when they moved westward from "the Watauga Settlement." The Tennessee-Viboundary line took the rginia same direction, the natural inclination being to reach the gap in the Cumber- land range of mountains. This is still the most direct route from the Southeast into Kentucky, Ohio. Indiana and Illinois, and a modern stone highway over this old "Wilderness route" is condijust as essential to present-da- y tions, with multiplying automobiles, as was the old "Wilderness Road" to the hardy pioneers. Next in importance to the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, which courses the mountains on a direct north and south line, and which is soon tojgive Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana Missouri and the great lake region a quick route to the far south, is the (Ky.) proposed leading highway. Such a highway, border along the Virginia-Tenness- e and through Cumberland Gap, will brintr not only Lexington, but Louis ville. Cincinnati and other cities in that direction, in closer touch with the south and east, and will be a much sought route by automobile tourists. This movement, coupled with a movement now being inaugurated, to make Bristol the northern terminus of the "Crest of the Blue Ridge Highway," means that travel from the west this way over the new and direct route will find it convenient to speed southward from here along the crest of the Blue Ridge into the South Atlantic states. This Crest of the Blue Ridge road can be brought into Bristol by the building miles of highway of only fifty-thre- e through the counties of Watauga, in North Carolina, and Johnson and Sullivan, in Tennessee. Johnson and Sullivan counties have already graded a portion of this road, and steps are now being taken looking t the completion of the road in these counties. The course of these two roads leads through territory that was made memorable by Bristol-to-Lexingt- direct from the southeast into KenLast week it was a Lancaster citi- .. woodsmen, routed Ferguson and his tucky and Ohio. I. , .ni me wee. ue.ore. u is doubtful if Kentucky could en- zenwnospoKe. It men, thus winning in a contest that marked the turning point in the Revo- ter upon another single enterprise that was a Lancaster citizen who spoke. lution, is adjacent to the "Crest of would hold more of significance to the The week before, and for many weeks the Blue Ridge Highway". With the people of that state than that of build- before it was a Lancaster citizen who building of these roads, the people of ing the necessary links to make a com- spoke. And again this week it is a Kentucky, Chio and Indiana will have plete highway, extending from Lex- Lancaster man. You are not asked to a direct automobile route to the scenes ington to Bristol. Not only would act upon the word of a stranger. The guidance that is humanly possible made memorable by the struggles of Kentuckians then have a direct route best to give you the encouraging word of the pioneers, who blazed the way for over the Blue Ridge to the South Atneighbors, is always given. the march of civilization westward in lantic states, but a similar route eastWill C. Davis, Danvilie Pike, Lanthis country. The route will be noted ward to Richmond, Norfolk and Washcaster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney also for its scenic beauty, as it trav- ington; for the Pills have done me more good than erses the Cumberland and Appalachian highway will be completed before it I can recommend will be possible to construct the links anything else and ranges, passing over that portion of them to everyone. My kidney action the mountain where the Virginia and to complete the I was irregular and 1 had backache Southwestern Railway passes through road. used Doan's Kidney Pills and they reFor a direct route between Kentucky lieved me." the wonderful Natural Tunnel, in Scott County, Virginia. The Bristol- - and the Middle West States, the "When Your Bail: is Lame RememHighway is absolute- ber the Name." Don't simph ask for Highway is surveyed to pass very near this great tunnel, ly essential, and that the Kentuckians a kidnev remedy ask distinctly for which is one of the most remarkable appreciate this, is not to be doubted Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. freaks of nature to be found in any for a moment. Travel from the Mid Davis hadthe remedy backed by some part of the world. dle West to the Southeast in automo testimony. 50c all store.. Foster In order to accomplish this work. biles can be only by circuitous routes, Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Kentucky only has to do as much as losing much in time and adding to the . expense in a way to make it wholly Virginia, and assuming that the KAItKNIiliKl-I will do their share of the impracticable. A large crowd heard Stanley speak J Following are the officers of Bristol- Monday. work with the same progressive spirit Wm. Blanks sold a bunch of shoats here to Vic Sanders for $6. per cwt. Highway Association: that characterizes the Virginians, the Bailey of Crab Orchard! Mr. Carroll President: Mr. J. H. Wolfe, Speers highway will be an accomplished fact Mr. Monte Fox, of Danville, was was in town Monday. . National Weekly Ferry, Va. guest of Mr. RobercFox. within the next two or three years. the week-en- d Mr. J. N. Saunders was in Harrods-bur- g i The Secretary: Mr. N. B. ReMine BrisMany persons laughed at the imMaster John Gallagher has been conlast week on business. practicability of constructing the tol, Va, Tenn. fined to his bed for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens, of Memphis-to-BristAss't Secretary: Mr. James Maret bronchial trouble. highway acrobs spent Monday with Mrs. Lelia Tennessee, but that road is now about Mt. Vernon. Ky. Until this year We are glad to note the improve Cook. Collier's has been Treasurer; Mr. Henry Roberts ment of Mrs. J. W. Mahan ' who has three- - fourths completed, while the Mrs. J. N. Saunders, Mrs. W. A. sold at 55.50. Now same spirit that prompted it, has Bristol, Va. been ill for sometime. the price is S2.50 Tribble and Miss Kate Alcorn motored aroused the Virginians to the task of andwchaesecured Miss Elizabeth Fox. and Master IrWashington Co., Va, Mr. H. H. vine Fox of Danville, are expected to Danville last week. a concession hereconstructing a similar highway from Mr. and Mrs. Will Moser of the Mc- by nc can offer it Bristol across the Old Dominion to Spahr Benhams, Va. Sal-li- e this week to visit their aunt Mrs. at a still further Cormick section, were guests ot Mr. Scott Co., Va. Mr. I. P. Kane Gate the national capital. The same people Fox. reduction in conand Mrs. C. H. Moser Monday. I are also constructing a highway from City, Va. nection with this II Mrs. Jemima Greening will leave Mr. Will Clark and little daughter, publication. Bristol to Bluefield, W. Va., and the Lee Co., Va., Hon. C. T. Duncan for Parsons Kansas, in a short time to Martha, are at home after spending a good road enthusiasts assert that this Jonesville, Va. make her home with her son Mr. W. few days with friends and relatives at Special Offer to Our Readers Bell Co.. Ky., Hon. Jackson Morris C. Greening of that place. is the beginning of what is destined to Lexington. Recocniiine the crtat demand for Collin's at be the Highway. Pineville, Ky. .nc new price, we have made arrangement to Mrs. Morris aged 23 died at her home Mrs. L. M. Westerfield and children offer it and our own publication each one year Knox Co.. Ky. Hen F. D. Sampson Leaving Bristol, the near Hvattsville, of tuburculosis and of Pans, who have been the guests of for the price of CoJfer'j alone. This is a limited offer and must be taken advantace of promptly. Highway runs nine miles Barboursville. Ky. buried in the Fork Cemetery Fri- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elmore have Laurel Co., Ky.. Mr. George C. was afternoon of last week. through Washington County, Virginia day What You Get m Collier's returned home. which link has just been surveyed by Moore, London, Ky. Messrs Bob and Lewis Huffmam of Miss B. Newbern of Hustonville was Collier's is the one bis. independent, fearless Rockcastle Co , Ky., Hon L. W. the state highway engineer. The Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Dicker-so- n here Friday en route Not of the it the to Knoxville, weeklycitizen's whole country. but only isalso a good it is handbook funds to build this link have been Bethurum Mt. Vernon, Ky of Lancaster, attended the burial Tenn. to be the guest of her magazine Lincoln Co., Ky., Hon. Shelton M. brother. things thatfor the whole family. Amone the provided by bond issue and private a year's subscription sives arei of Mr. Israel Hutfman which occured Mr. Jack Newbern. subscriptions. Scott County adjoins Saufley, Stanford, Ky. here on Thursday afternoon of last 1O0O Editorials Garrard Co., Ky., Hon. Lewis 600 News Photo Washington. This county has voted week. i;t!c,ivir.. 250 Short Articles bonds for the building of its link of Walker, Lancaster, Ky. ISO Short Stories The sale of W. C. Greening which 100 Illustrated Features Jessamine Co.. Ky., Hon. W. H. the new highway, and work is to be Mr. Henderson Whittaker returned transpired last Saturday morning was 2 Complete Norels commenced in the spring. Lee County, Phillips, Nicholas ville, Ky. Both for odIj very well attended and the bidding to his home in Madison County after a Collier's . . . . $2.50 Fayette Co.. Ky., Major V. K. which adjoins Scott on the West, has was spirited. The farm containing 81 visit to relatives here. Dodge, Lexington, Ky. $1.00 already constructed nearly fifty miles A. C. Miles sold to W. S. Scott of Central Record acres was sold to Mr. James Clark Jr., of the new highway. This means that at $115 per acre. Sheep brought $4.90 Jessamine county 10 yearling shortAttention! Poultry Raisers. the Virginians have provided for 75 of per head. 1 cow $55. calf $13.50, two horn heifers for $267. 10. MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE its 95 miles of the One of my show birds had the worst mares S72. and 73 respectively, a few Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, visM1LLERSBURG, KY. highway, extending to Cumberland case of roup 1 ever saw. She was al- farming impliments and house-hol- d ited relatives in Jessamine county the Gap. latter part of the week. most dead before I noticed it. I goods sold well. Home School For Girls. An Attractive From Cumberland Gap, Bell County, purchased a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Israel Huffmad age 85 years and one Miss Agnes Miles and Mr. Hubert Kentucky, has constructed a macadam Cure and I took a feather, dipped it in- of the oldest citizens in this section Carter were guests at the home of Pupils are surrounded with an atmosroad to Middlesboro, but from that to the medicine and swabbed out her died at his home on last Thursday Miss Nancv Long at Cottonburg, Fri- phere of culture, wholesome fellowship town to Crab Orchard, Ky., a distance hroat as far down as I could reach. I morning with infirmities of old age day. and safe religious environment. New Mrs. Nora and daughter Miss Sallie buildings combining all modern convenof 93 miles, the highway has not been also put a liberal quantity in her soft and was buried in the Fork church provided for. At Crab Orchard the feed and drinking water, and today she cemetery Friday evening at 1 o'clock, and Miss Ethyl Raj were the week- iences. Health record unsurpassed. highway route connects with the Cen- is well and sound and is laying nearly Rev. Mahan officiating. Israel Huff- end guests of Mrs. Luther Raney, at Academic and College Entrance Courstral Kentucky system of turnpikes, every day. It is certainly the most man was born and spent his entire life Loyd. es. Music Department under skilled Prayer services was held at the artists trained in Germany, Lecture over which Lexington and other Ken- remarkable medicine I ever saw. I in Garrard coun'y. As a man he was tucky towns may be reached. would not think of being without it and iudustrius and honest in all his busi- home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long and Concert Course. Domestic Science. evening. It was The Highway I hope to induce other poultrymen to ness transactions and had a good mem- last Sunday all denominations well at- The growing popularity of the school particitended and Association will tike up with the coun- keep it on hands constantly. Joseph ory and could ralate many incidents of pated in the religions exercises which is evidenced by the fact that a numLer ty officials and with others in Kentucky VanZiegler, State Vice President and the past 60 years He married made it one of the most interesting of pupils were turned away last sesthe matter of pushing this undertak- Life Member of American Buff Ply- Miss Elizabeth White 'who has been meetings ever held. sion for the lack of room to accommo- ing to completion. It is believed, mouth Rock Club, of Indiana and dead 18 years. To their union were Mrs Micheal Ray and daughter Miss ! date them. from information judging recently Proprietor of Golden Glow Poultry given 5 childaen, Mrs. Sallie Sutton. , Ruth, left Tuesday for a several months Expenses for board, tuition, etc. stay in III. They will spend the greater published concerning road legislation in Yards, 221 W. South Street, IndianaMrs. Lucy Wood", Z. W. Huffman, G. i part of the time in Decatur where lower than other schools of like grade. Kentucky, that that state will soon be polis, Ind. 50c at Druggists or by mail, B. Huffman and Fred Huffman all be- , Miss Ruth will take a course at MillL; Send for catalog and C.engage a room Rev. C. Fisher, Pres. in a position to enter more actively postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, ing dead except the two oldest sons Z. gan University, they will also visit at early. ' Pierson, Springfield and Chicago and Millersburg, Ky. into the work of road construction. Lexington, Ky. W. and G. B. Huffman. backjMi-o-er BristoI-to-WashingtBristol-to-LexingtMi-o-xington Mil-burn I Ken-tuckia- King's The building of the link from Middlesrevolution. tne American wnere lien. Isaac sneiDy boro to Crab Orchard would be a notMountain, Each Week Appear the Statements and John Sevier struck a great blow able triumph, since it would be the when means of completing this highway for American Independence, Lancaster Residents. ..i. Mm II Week By Week. T SI HI I M C Dr. Wm. D. Buildup Mi-o-- Pryor, of Your Sick Sto- - return by vay of Louisville where they will spend a few days, with relatives. mack Rev. H. M. DeMoss who has been Soothes the Irritated Membranes, the pastor of the Baptist church here Office at Rainey s Li'. rj '5;-ifor the past year offered his resigna -- -- XKiijicij Stimulates and Strengthens the tion on last Sunday. The members of Lancaster. I ' the church resret verv much indeed Stomach. !for him to give uii the "work here as he is one of the most effective ' was not onjv an earnest and fmthfn' and safe remedies for stom-- i nreacher lint in pnl!i.nt- ,'.-- .. -- ...... -,Kir .,n,i i achs. It increases the flow of the Ht ishnnp.l tf.at h mnv .m , .,r. gastric juices, soothes the irritated which he may receive "a larger and quickly and safely bene-- 1 pensation. hts tne digestive system so that your I A party of eighteen assembled at ;. W. Morrow, Gr.ulu.tte Optician food is promptly converted into nutri- - the home of i.liss Ruth Ray. Saturday tion and the entire system properly evening. December 10th. where nourished. Then you are well and they were delightfully entertained from strong. 7 to 11 oclock. Several card tables If you lack an appetite, your tongue were arranged in one room, where the is coated, nerves on edge, have rising; guests enjoyed Rook. Flinch and and of sour and undigested food and exper Checkers. The tables were made more ience after eating distress you are suf- attractive to the players, as a plate of fering with Indigestion or sick stomach. delightful candy was.in the center of from each. Hot Get a fifty cent box of chocolate, with whipped Opposite Post Office R. E. McRoberts & Son and begin now cream and wafers, was served later in to build up jour sick and worn out the evening. Bath In Connection. Another feature, was stomach. Do not delay, manv serious several beautiful solos rendered on the diseases start from what was thcught piano by Miss .Miles. Each guest left Money only a upset stomach. to be declaring that thev had never spent a refunded if not benefited. more delightful evening, but regretting i that their hostess was to leave for so STANFORD. ! long a visit. Veterinary Sur&eon and Dentist. THE NEW Barber Shop J. E. SeaIe3Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Collier's Physician and Surgeon. Residsnce Phone 22C OSicr Storxnes' I'ra;? BScr Mc-Kin- iCollilrS in Clubs First Time Office llcnrs a. m to 12. 1 p. re. to or 4 DEjMTIST. Phone i-- 65. r. X? i. j. patrick; Dentist., Kestackycu-. - Bristol-to-Pittsbu- Bristol-to-Lex-ingt- Paint Lick. Pone M. K. UHice Officell. Doctors Of DmUJ Saigerj. ?Lornie Bmldlnjr Deraj and 1 fltaler ft isde-?- Fnrnitu;r LANCASTER, ori sr n - KENTU-CX"?- - $2.50 Dr. C. H. TIFFIN, BristoI-to-Lexingt- VETERINARIAN Office at W. B. Phone 93. Burton's Sale Stable. LANCASTER, KV. TREES Fruit and Sfiad'e Shrubs, Grape Vines. Everything for Orchard, Garden. Write for free Catalogue No Agts. Bnscol-to-Lexingt- Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Elc. Lava aacl I .jrenrgrggBawgnsMMissragr ...i2-u'V.WSHV32aiE3u- rrr!?7VT'y?rirfi!:CT"canMF;,y " ' ' f"-"-?""siM- - rnim ti rBxvKtosxsrrrv rom Growers of what we self. S.V5J LJ HS. TO "QjS-CjC- H.F.Hillenmeyer C Lexincton K-n- & Sons, tnr Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse HHHHHHagHHHHnWNWNMH STANFORD . I. We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged. ' Unload The Same Day. ' Phone 202. " , C. A. Speith street. Co, Managers xsasaFiGsamMmmsEWZBil J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 2T IHMBMHMMMMHMaMHHHHHHMHBMMHHHIMHHBaHMMBHMMaHKaHHMIiMHHHH LANCASTER KY. Page 8 I FARMER'S COLUMN O00M e dpace below this heading Is for me excln-lTuse of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only iu wo issues of the ecosd, free of charge FOR SALE:-5Walker. 0 good ewes. Kemp For Sale. A twenty foot counter. new. Apply at this office. Good as Hamilton and Shepherd have 60 good ewes and about 50 barrels of corn for sale at the Lewis Brown place. Mammoth Bronze turkeys for sale. Hens at $3 and Gobblers at $5. Phone 37. Mrs. B. P. Swope. Bryantsville Ky. LOST:-Blac- k sow with few white spots. Strayed from my place about Dec. 20th. Information appreciated. E. B. Sutton, Marksbury, Ky. Strayed to my place about three weeks ago a red steer. Owner can have same by describing property and G. N. Pence. payinf charges. Marksbury, Ky. FOR sale:-- 3 good sows and pigs. 40 barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good C. H. Green, driving pony. Paint Lick, Ky. Bout 2. into a moving picture place in the shopping center. After a few moments, the girl felt a sharp pin prick in She looked the side of her neck. around and saw a man and a woman of ordinary appearance sitting behind her, but they seemed intent upor. the She felt pictures being exhibited. dizzy, so made her way out of the place and seeing a policeman near by, went to him and asked him to take of her. She was taken to the station house by the officer, and the sergeant in charge, as soon as she was brought before him recognized the symptoms, saying, "It is another of those knockout cases." In both instances these girls had been punctured with a hypodermic needle containing some strong opiate, and had not Providence mercifully interposed, both, without doubt, would have been counted among the numerous cases of young women who mysteriously disappear, and are forced into slavery as inmates of houses of prostitution. Since the foregoing was written half a dozen similar cases have been reported in the news dispatches, one that of a young bride whose escape from the slavers was almost providential. The poisoned needle gang is believed to ' have takn for its prey Miss Jessie McCann, the 23 year old daughter of Robert McCann. a wealthy wholesale grocer. She disappeared as mysteriously as the illfated Dorothy Arnold. I l y ; 79999 The Central Record, Friday Jan. 16, 1914. a To Break PAWN REGIMENTAL COLORS 009t9O0 The hydropathic treatment of a cold IN Up Cold. ' Wow! I'm As Spry As Any Youngster BOYS ARE THE - LIMIT ;; " ;; Odd Experience of British Emblems Once Greatly Prized by Those Who Carried Them. By CLARA 8TACY. 99999.: GETTING HIS REVENGE By ALICE' KILLIAN. V FOJ SALE:-3- 8 acre farm located one mile north of Cartersville will sell cheap if sold in the next 30 days C. I. Rogers, Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. Tobacco Tenant I want a good tobacco i Wanted. or 10 acres of ground. best of land. T. A. Elkin. Lancaster, Ky. Seed Corn. savagely, "every single 8 muttering, Good barn and time I'm away from this acadamy for a few days things! go wrong." "Every time," the riding master was tenant for County White and Reid's Yellow Dent for sale. H. D. Frye, Hubble. Ky. Boone Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of clover hay he wants to sell. See T. W. Conn at Hyattsville Ky. For Sale:-Jerse- y cow, fresh and 5 years Mr. old. Homer Tinsley, Lancaster, Ky. year W. Sweeney has 15 pair of 3 old mules, all well broken, that J. he will sell worth the money. LIVE STOCK jIAKKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS,' Hogs Sheep Cattle Novl9 5 CATTLE: Shippers 7 S5S imi Butcher steers extra.... Goodtocholce 73 5 75 Common to fair 7 7ft Heifwrs. extra 7 S. 7 B5 Good to choice 0O Common to fair 6 2.VSO50 Cows, extra . Goodtocholce Common to fair 7.A2a Canners Bulls, baloRuax 5W6 25 2.' C 75 Fat bulls .... CALVKS: extra lU7ftll 00 Fairtogood 9PulO50 5 50i lu 25 . Common and large 1" good packers and butchers ! 35C9 HOGS: h 30S35 Mixed packers 6(775 6w7 6S .... 5.r15 3)! (S Stags Common to choice heavy fat sons. Light tbippers Pigs, (110 lbs Mid lets) SHEEP: extra Good to Choice Common to fair .... LAMUS. extra Goodtocholce Common to lair . . 5 0OS7W) 7 W(i$ h 30 7J 4 25 4 75 4 25 2 7p 2S7 W7 S54 0O 7S5 M'fr 6 0C(ab 35 JO A Warning To Girls. stantly to be on the alert if they would escape the traps set for them in the cities, if not in rural towns, by agents of the white slave traffic Two recent incidents show how women are made Possivictims in spite of themselves. bly they account for the numerous disappearances of girls in cities, who never are heard of again. Recently a mother and daughter went from Jersey City to New York To econoCity on a shopping tour. mise time they separated, each to do some errands down town, agreeing to meet in an hour and a half in Macy's parlor. The daughter finished her errands first, and having time to spare, was looking into the window of a store nearby. As the crowd gathered around her, she felt a sharp pin prick in her arm, but paid no attention to it except to rub the spot. She then went to Macy's, as agreed, to wait for her mother, but as soon as she had taken her seat, fell to the floor in a swoon. The matron was called, and the doctor of the establishment summoned. After looking at the girl he said. "Oh, it's only a case of drunk. We will take her to a window, and the air will help to revive her." At this juncture, a well dressed man came hurrying up as though looking for some one, and seeing the unconscious girl lying there, said to the matron, "This is my wife; she has these drinking spells occasionally. I have a carriage at the door and will take her Providentially, the mother, who had been searching for her daugher, pushed her way through the group, and seeing the man about to take her away, she sprang forward, saying, What are you "This is my daughter. doing?" In the excitement of the moment the man fled, and could not be found. The other instance is of a young womari.living in Newark, N. J., who went to New York City recently, and after attending to her business, stepped It appears girls and women need con- The immediate cause of his anger was a heap of grayish garments on the I table in his office. He inspected each article carefully, and then tossed It wrathful in some corner of the room, until the room took on the appearance of a windstruck clothing shop. FIn- ally he could contain himself no longer. "Hey, Jim!" he shouted. "Jim!" Grasping one of the objects of hisi rage In a gingerly fashion between ' thumb and finger, he held it up scorn- - j fully to the gaze of his assistant when , the latter appeared In response to the call. With exaggerated patience he' asked: "Jim, what in the name of wonder do you call this thing?" Jim glanced at It. He also noted the purple face of his employer and the devastation about him, but he answered in a matter of fact way: "Why. Mr. Leonard, that s one of the new riding outfits that Cuttum & Quick , sent over while you were gone." "Truly," responded Leonard, with ' elaborate sarcasm. "I suDnose I'll have to believe you, but I thought it was a couple of feed bags sewed together. Anyhow, take them all back to that tailor shop and tell those fellows to put more material into them, ruffles or plaits any improvement at all that may suit my fastidious taste. If they don't they can lvep the lot." "They won't do anything to the things now," declared Jim. "I paid for them with the check you left." "Paid for them! You're mighty lavish with other people's money, aren't you?" "Well," answered Jim, sulkily, "the man said they were according to contract." "Oh! he did! And you believed him, like a good little boy? Well, he's sly. But take them back and tell those tailors to fix them right." Jim followed instructions, but returned in due time with the massage that the tailors said the garments had been made according to contract, and that the alterations would have tc be paid for. Then for a week Jim carefully avoided the riding master. A cloud of dissatisfaction rested continually on the latter's face. When looking at the new riding skirts he was heard by Jim to mutter: "Oh, 111 get even yet I've got to get even." Jim was uneasy. At last one day Leonard came up behind Jim and, clapping him jovially on the shoulder, exclaimed: "Well, 1 Then at did get even after all." sight of Jim's face he laughed and said: "Oh, not with you. That is, not I vitation card with despairing eyes. "Yes," said Jimmy's father, with understanding. "Then he added, "Boys certainly are the limit!" "Jimmy's nearly fifteen," pursued Jimmy's mother. "I don't see why he isn't old enough not to act like a young savage. Whenever I make him go to a party you would think I was casting him into a den of man eating tigers, to hear him protest. He Bays girls are ninnies and he'd rather play football!" "Seems to me said Jimmy's father, "that I used to like to go to parties when I was fifteen. I can't understand him!" "If I didn't stand over him," said Jimmy's mother, "every single minute, he'd get in his old clothes, with tennis shoes and a negligee Bhirt, and wouldn't care! It's just awful! I'm sure I don't know what my friends think of me. They must have the idea that I don't care anything about Jimmy's social progress and it's just as important to a boy's future as it is to a girl's! The friends that he is making now " "Make him go to this," advised Jimmy's father. "The Mlklesons will bo offended if you don't, and it's the right sort of a crowd for him. It's what he needs." "I won't say anything about it to him," decided Jimmy's mother, diplomatically, "until the day before. Then he won't have so long a time to object and make life .miserable for me!" Jimmy's mother had occasion many times in the ten days that followed to be thankful for this decision, for Jimmy proved suddenly very difficult to deal with, in spite of his ignorance of the fate that was impending. The boy stared gloomily out of the window and he poured as gloomily over the contents of his desk. Once, to her great alarm, his mother found his sorting out his necktie drawer. "Aw, nothla'!"'he growled, when she demanded to know the reason for this unheard-o- f Interest in his attire. "Can't a fellow do anything without the whole family buzzing about his ears? Wish't I had the money dad put in that dress suit of mine! I don't get any use out of it! I could buy two or three dandy football Jimmy did not ask for a second piece of chocolate pie when it came on for dessert that night, which In Itself was a serious symptom of something wrong. He scorned griddle cakes tDe next morning and he said he did want anv lunch. H,s mother felt his pulse, and in- sisted on looking at his tongue, "I hope," said Jimmy's mother to Jimmy's father, "that he won't do anything rash when I tell him about the Mikleson party. He's in such a dreadful humor these days that I don't know in the least how to handle him. He's likely to say he won't go. And he's so big that I suppose he won't he just won't, that's all! Oh dear, I wish he was a girl!" When Jimmy caught his mother sewing a loose button on his dress coat she quailed. He eyed the work suspiciously, but asked no questions. Rather, he retired to a chair in a corner and moped. Finally, the night before the party, Jimmy's mother mustered ud her coup- age and told him, very fast, so he could not interrupt. Then she waited to hear the worst. Her son was staring at her disbelieving!'. "The Mikleson party!" he repeated. "Me going to the Mlklesons!" That was all before he abruptly bolted from the room. She heard him presently whistling in his bedroom and held her head wildly. Jimmy was young to go insane, but she had heard of cases "Mother!" Jimmy called down. "Don't my dress trousers need pressing?" "He's going to be III!" declared his mother to his father later. "I know he's coming down with something awful!" All the next day Jimmy whistled and sang and beamed and shed sunshine. He went like a lamb to get dressed for the party, and he threw away four ties before he got one to suit him. He asked his mother's advice as to the part in his hair, and surreptitiously used her manicure set. By that time Jimmy's father, too, was impressed and worried. His family followed Jimmy's glittering progress to the front door at exactly eight o'clock with breathless anxiety. Never had seen anything like it. "Gee!" said Jimmy, as he folded his neck scarf with painful precision and carefully got into his overcoat. "I was awfully sore all week! I thought I wasn't p? ' to the Mikleson's party, and everj one else was talking about going! I'm going to take Ethel," he added hastily and somewhat defiantly. "Sam was going to, but when I found I could go, too, she ditched him. She'd rather go with me!' He dashed out of the door triumphantly. "Ah!" said Jimmy's father, looking meaningly at Jimmy's mother. Jimmy's breathed mother, gazing wide eyed at Jimmy's "I actually hat to tell Jimmy about it!" declared Jimmy's mother, staring at the fashionable in- shiv-eringl- y, suits!" nt The discovery of the long lost colors of the old 50th regiment in the garden Nothing Like ROOT JUICE to of Funtington house, near, Chichester, Make Old Folks Feel Younger is a reminder of the strange fates that have befallen so many of these glorGuaranteed. ious military emblems, London Tit-Bi"By Hoker, that HOOT JUICE mediremarks. The colors of the 81st c cine works like a charm. Never saw foot since disbanded were captured dve such wonderful results in all i my life." That's the story of everbod by American pirates during the war who ever tries this system tonic. It of independence and hidden away in does the work and does it quick. You Ireland; the colors of the 20th regidon't have to use a barrel of it and wait ment were deliberately burnt prior to six months for results like you do with medicines. In ten das or lerI ordinary the surrender at Saratoga to prevent most people begin to shout with joy at their capture by the enemy. the relief they feel. Think or it: Ten days the first bottle and relief before At Bergen-op-Zoothe Royal Scots, it i3 all gone. to save their precious colors from falling into French hands, sank them deep in the river, though the enemy later fished them out; and when the Rewards of Inventors, second battalion of the 8th foot was disbanded at Portsmouth in 1816 the i It is not always the greatest inven-- I colors were cut into small pieces and tion that brings the largest financial rewards. Roller skates are said to distributed among the officers. brought their Inventor $3,000,000, One of the colors of the 1st North- have realamptonshire regiment, which had been while nearly half a million was who first devised boot carried right through the peninsular ized by the man pin, campaign, was discovered some years laces. The inventor of the safety reproducago in a pawn broker's shop, though m ho took the Idea from a says how it got there is a mystery to this tion of a Pompeiian fresco, On Lea the day. A similar uncertainty attaches Nouvelles, made $10,000,000. who to a pair of old colors of the 2d Bor- other hand, Charles Bourseul, the principle der regiment, which were recovered discovered and described died poor. of the telephone in 1S55, from a London pawn broker, who was of the bicycle, offering them for sale, by Lord Archi- Michaux, the inventor utmost penury, " her! Thnt HOOT JL'lCn Snrrly Took ended his days in the 'Hit- - Kink I'rum Sly Mini Joinlx." bald Campbell in 1888. and Frederic Sauvage, who is credited Its guaranteed, too. You take no years later four colors which with the invention of the screw pro- chances vthen ou ue KOOT JL'If H It's Four cot to cie results or'jou get back cver had accompanied the Gloucester regi- peller, was imprisoned and died bank- cent it cost J ou. ment in Egypt and In the peninsula rupt and insane. There never was anjthinsr like It for the pains and aches and ills of old folks. were recovered from a York pawnrheuIt cleans out the blood and drives quickbroker. It appeared that, having been matism poUon out of the sstem to Alabama's Iron Ore Deposits. ly and completely that vou'll wor.dtr how bequeathed by an old colonel of the p.iin an The boom which followed the dis- it happened, wonder where theAnd that's1 regiment to his son, they were ultiand soreness have gone. covery of the extensive deposits of ache all. UOfiT JUIt Z viU Rive- sou a- not mately secured by a servant, who, fallou haven't enjoyed such ing on evil times, pawned them for a iron ore in the vicinity of Birmingham, appetite and as ou'll digest what ou eat. Alabama, in 1S82, was without prece- too. It stirs up Inzv jnd lazv few shillings. and puts new tones up the dent in the industrial history of the livers,and life and kidneysinto sh.ittered vim fire United States, and the rush to Birm- nerves. Lodv new the SEVILLE STILL HAS CARMENS ingham was paralleled only by the strength. It gits n bo rid of backaches, You'll frequent, painful urimtion and sum stampedes which followed such dis- too complaints and vou'll sleep like a top. Thousands of the Picturesque and coveries as the Comstock lode in Ne- Hen of all HOOT JUICE can't hurt no bad Nothing harmful Charming Cigarette Girls Are vada and the Alaska gold fields. The after effects, no reaction. in it, Employed There. Get a guaranteed bottle today at any iron ores of Alabama, while inferior start taking it right oil in quality to those of Lake Superior, drug store anddollar and is worth a thouIt costs only a The most astonishing building in the have the advantage of being near de- sand to anybody who needs it. Don't alsometo Calle do San Fernando is the im- posits of good coking coal and of the low yourselfthis get sidetracked on JL'ICK thing else time get ROOT mense two story baroque edifice that limestone requisite for fluxing, so that guaranteed, money-bac- k ROOT JUICH. as covers more ground than the cathe- Birmingham, the Pittsburgh, of the There is nothing rnadi thrt u-- "Ju.t you good" and us as dral plus the court of oranges, and south, can manufacture pig iron cheap- have tried itvou'll saj serves the purpose of a tobacco fac- er than any other district of the tory. The portal is adorned with busts world. of Columbus and Fernando Cortes, and I wish very much that we had had time to go inside and see these many cigarette girls at their work. As we passed I thought again of Carmen and the story of Bizet's fantastic Sevillian opera, for about 5,000 Carmens, or "cigareras," like Carmen, are employed in this factory, and attire themselves today in gay gowns and fascinating mantillas, with flowers tucked Trofessor Eudlong's case of eczema than one month." Prof. C. J. Budlong. under their ears and coquettishly every hospital South Lyme. Conn. was known to placed in their hair, very much like and physician ofalmost reputation throughout D T. D. Ask any druggist the state of Connecticut. His letter Is Prescription. He'll today for it allays the heroine of the opera. Like the another interesting demonstration of tell you instantly and soon there aro the itch opera, also, 'adjoining the factory are what is being accomplished by the signs of cure. L. D. the artillery barracks, and one imag- famous specific Interest D., Prescription. We have handled the remedy for may be of to you to know-thyears and regard it as the specific for ines it to be quite possible that some "It your preparation. I. skin troubles of all kinds. Come in or impressionable Don Jose should be I). D. Prescription has been of incalask us about D. D. D. Prescription, culable value to me. I was covered fascinated by some of these piquant with eczema from head to foot when also about D. D. D. soap especially and Pretty Carmens. From "Royal 1 began using your remedies. I could for tender skins. We offer the first full size bottle tried a Spain of Today," by Mrs. Tryphosa pet no relief, although I but two thoubotsand means. I applied on the guarantee that unless It stops tles of the Prescription: a euro was the itch at once. It costs you not a effected in a very shoit time, in lcss cent. R. E. McRoberts & Son. See Value of Exercise. There is no doubt but that exercise is a good thing for those who do not get it, but to many the daily use of dumb-bellweights and similar apparatus grows irksome, the reason being a lack of stimulation owing to the fact that the person taking the exercise sees nothing accomplished as the result of the work and time spent. Gladstone preferred to work at the woodpile, and here and there was the : constantly maintained interest of see- .1 ing the pile increase after each period Compounded according- to tha Original & Exof action. The same has been accomclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, plished in a real Tj Ccv-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatme.it manner by a French inventor who has of human ailments, indorsed in the Bible. exercising machine which taken an Thousands of Testimonials. the Is rather familiar in the shape of a SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. bicycle on a permanent stand, and he I UiAKLl'i KilUL-flbOi- ii man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write has combined this with a storage bat- I Tic Crrtis; IUrtiKst tery. When the various members of OF WHITE-MOO- N GHARL! the family are taking their daily exer- iCRIufMATOa isssix cise on this machine they are storing 373! West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky tzmzi scpe i up current to be used in the form of after nightfall. ts anj-thinjr. K - other one which scarcely requires the aid of a physician. It is as follows: In the morning after rising and at night before retiring wash the feet and legs as high up as the knee: in cold water, then rub them with a rough towel and massage them till the skin is red and glowing. In addition to this, snuff tepid water up the nose frequently during the day and sip with a teaspoon a glassful as hot as can be borne an hour before each meal and at bedtime. A few days la often quite sufficient for simple cases and obstinate ones yield if the treatment is prolonged. No medicines are required. If taken in the first stages of the disease a cold is broken up which might otherwise become a severe case of bronchitis lasting many days or weeks. In the head is more reliable than any L.&N; Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. M Arrie. To Maysville, connecting No 10; 5:00 a. m. at Kichmoid with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland. L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a.m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Aliddlesboro & KnoxviHe. Xo 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. Xo 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. Xo 9: 8:42 d. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. lWfctefiD OF" WSUti&NCEp IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d !U onv-bnd- y. o men realize the importance of Insurance: but Cwe wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity to to give them information. D. D. D. Opens New Era in Cure of Skin Disease FR1SBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER, Office Citizens National Bank Official Directory Of Garrard County. life-givi- Circuit Judge "on. (Varies A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emme: Pur Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. 11. Brown. Trustee Jury Kund Benj. F. KoMuou. Official Court stenographer Miss Sue Shslfcy Mason. County Judge County Clerk C. A. Arnold. jear. Bates-Batchelle- r. County Attorney G. s, C. Walker. Hamilton. leouty clerk Harry Toralinson. Coroner J. A. Jone. Sherifl C. A. Koliun. Deputy sheriff George T. Ballard. Superlutendac: of Schools Mis Jennie KIe J. V. Rips. Assessor Deputy Pae Sander. E. B. Kay. Jailer Dave Koss. Supervisor ol Uaad Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer J. V. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. &r GOD'S MEDICINES J. X. White 1st, Dist. Logan Isou 2nd, Hist. Johsb. lii'.m Jrd.Di.t. James Coldiroa ttb. Dist. COUNTY BOAKD OF EDUCATION. Jl, Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Di.t. K. D. J. Heudreu. 3rd. Di-- t. Thomas I. King, h. Dit. O. McMurtrj.ind. list. Mrs. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor L. G. Davidson. City Judge J. P. I'rather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. City Clrk Hurt. City John M. Mount. City Treasurer V. F. Champ. Chief I'oiice L. E. Herrou. COUNCILMEN Parker Gregory. JI.C Ilamiltoc. W. M. Zanone. Sam Cotton. Dr. J. A Anion. W. O Gcodioe. l "What do I know about riding clothes?" growled Jim in extenuation "I'm no tailor." "You'll learn." Leonard rested one foot comfortably on the mounting block and tapped his boot with his riding crop. "There's more to a school like than just horses. Now, I'll tell you how I got even with Cuttum & Quick. yet" "Last night Mrs. Leonard and I went to that tailor shop, ostensibly to order a riding habit Cuttum was out, but his partner officiated In full glory. He just spread himself showing pat- Architects Held to Account. It is unusual for a house, however small, to be erected In France without the service of an architect, who not only draws the plans, but actually superintends the work. Usually it is he who orders the building material and assures himself that its quality is up to specifications and requirements. The contractor and his workmen perform their duties in conformity with the architect's orders, and the latter, who is usually a man of capital, advances the funds required in order that the contractor need not wait for payment until the building is completed. Moreover, the French law imposes on the architect a serious responsibility, since he, as well as the contractor, is responsible for all defects of construction during a period of ten years. Caused by Plants. An investigation of the South African disease known as lamziekte, or suggests that it is due to a special plant poison that is generated under abnormal conditions in grasses or other plants that are normally harmless. Its development seems to be associated with unusual weather and soil experiences, of which summer drought is important Through such conditions wilting would favor the formation of the poison, and this gives explanation for the common belief that the disease results from eating wilted plants. Lame-Sicknelame-sicknes- F.. Aeor .t J Ij ffy'Brnra W. O. P.IGNEY, " .ssra.m-.BrCk- . iarm&' J. S. JOHNSON. Vice B. F. HUDSON, President. Prest. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. i W. F. CHAMP, Cashitr. i ORGANIZED xS8j. POSTED The undersigned hereby jrve warning to all persons not t6 trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elatn. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. II. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. We will add other names for 25 cent? cash. ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. home." terns and materials." "'But, madam,' he said, 'we make riding habits for the best society people. Miss Dash has Just ordered her third suit from us and Mrs. Blank is having us make habits for herself and her daughter. Just recently,' here he puffed himself up proudly, 'we filled a large order for the Leonard Riding academy.' "At that Mrs. Leonard gave a little shriek. "Those awful things?' she cried. 'Why, the academy doesn't father. rent them to its patrons, nor does it "I believe your troubles are over," even let us beginners go out of doors said Jimmy's father. "Jimmy has seen in them when we're having instruc- a girl on the horjion!" tion.' She jumped up and said to me: 'Come, let's go somewhere else. Any tailor that would make such things as those dreadful misfits at Leonard's' Advertising Is the Cultivation she shuddered 'isn't good enough.' "At the door I turned and said, sympathetically: 'I think, Mr. Quick, you'd That Makes Business Grow better not tell any one else that you made those things. Evidently, they're no advertisement.' "His face at that moment wore an They Cost Little.They Do Much expression that more than pays f6r those skirts. So T rnt avert. Mm. Leon ard helaisg;" This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt, Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday, Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Captal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R JENNY, President. . J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. 2MBRY, WORRY KILLED THE CAT A Want Ad. Got Another Household Ass't Cashier. J. L- - Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Pet. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. If It's to Be Printed Bring It to Us OUR WANT ADS. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors.