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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914012301_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 23, 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 CENTRAJL RECORD. PURE REL1QJOA, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT . 1 TWKKTT FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914. A Gently Hint. NUMBEP 42 We are a few steps from money for the square--Bi- g you to take them. . If our Subscribers will open their hearts and purses sufficiently to enable us to connect with a suit of clothes to accompany the ties, socks, and hanker-chief- s so richly bestowed by Yuletide friends, who knows but what we might fall into church-goin- g habit again? Somerset Journal. Should Be Suppressed. We are glad the editor of the Interior Journal is doing such wonderful things at Frankfort and has received such marked recognition because he can fill uphis paper "all about himself". Next to writing about Shelton Saufley he likes to wnte about Joe Robinson and as some of his subscribers think the exploits of both poor reading matter we would rather they would be bored with his name than ours. We find our MODEST and truth circulating neighbor, Mr. Shelton Saufley, of the Interior Journal, saying editorially in his is so anxious to get out opposition to Congressman Helm, why don't he run himself? We understand that many of his friends believe that he is suitable congressional timber. We believe ourselves, that he is. You run, Joe. and see if you can beat Harvey. Don't try to make someone else the goat." Well, with that Goliath of Democratic strenth. the 'Watch Dog' of the state treasury, who promises to his constituents of Lincoln County in prayerful words the day before the election-Econoand the day after he assumes his duties at Frankfort votes for an extravagant and unconstitutional appropriation, with all this power of strength in the good old county of our birth and young manhood turning the people of our childhood against us in rage, not permitting us the honor of a single friend perhaps makes us rather 'bear the ills we have'. We might for a moment consider contesting with the Hon. Harvey Helm, but to contemplate the idea of diverting Shelton Saufley from the absorbing satisfaction of blowing long and loud hi3 own horn all the time through the colums of the Interior Journal about his big deeds and doings in the legislature to a little Congress ional race. Oh banish, the thought. To start that Editor on a campaign of slander, falshood and misrepresentation t.gainst another in addition to his against Congressman Stanley and Judge Charley Hardin, we are intimidated. He might slip some more political dope to his angel, the Louisville Post. Excuse us please this time. -- LARGER HONOR ROLL. U&fm&lmBLmm&nm&mL igilijgiBfituisifcj IftlJjrlJI&l IB Who Will Be On Next Week? . . Our present location ables us to sell goods en- The daily press tells us that a lady who predicted the Galveston tidal wave. the San Francisco earthquake, and various other awful calamities, is now predicting that we shall have unprecedented cold weatherduring February. Talk about your "calamity howlers". this one sure is the limit" Looking Ahead. "If editor Joe Robinson last issue:- - Cheaper than if we were located on the square. By your we shall make this the Electricity is no more powerful to day than it was in the age of Columbus. We have only put a saddle and bridle The to it, and ridden it to market. future may well smile at our clumsy horsemanship, and wonder why we were so slow about enslaving the ether waves to produce "cold light." More Improvements. Mr. W. T. West has about ed a public garage on his lot complet-on Lpx- - ington street near the public square. He will immediately put a modern e building ad front in the old joining the newly erected garage, and when completed this will be one of the handsomest store rooms in the city. post-offic- Should Buckle Down To Work. banner year in our business and will enable us to continue selling goods on a closer margin Thanks for the past favors. our motto: Remember The legislators should remember that they have been sent to Frankfort to transact the people's business, and, in that connection, should not overlook the fact that, while their predecessors drew from the treasury $690 a day. they are drawing $1,3S0 a day, and should strive to earn their money. Pool Room Property Changes Hands. "LIVE AND LET LIVE." CONN 3R0THERS. Lancaster, Ky. J 32tS33f$SES3ES33 February Washington's birthday, Property Rented. Alas, 22d, falls on Sunday this year. Mr. Calvin Travis of the Hubble poor kiddies. vicinity has rented of Mr. G. A. Swine-broa- d his property on Danville street Monday February 2d is "Groundhog's Much depends upon whether or known as the Shugars place, and has day". already taken possession. n "he sees his shadder'.. What has come of the local Charity Rural Route Business Growing Heavy. organization? We understrnd there is Mr. Carlton Elkin, carrier on Rural work for such a body in Lancaster at route No. 3, the Buckeye route, has present. just received a handsome new wagon Will the fact .that the far seeing of the regulation type, which he has housewife has already began saving up placed in service on his run. eggs for setting have any effect on the egg market?. Surely we hope not, A Successful Live Stock Broker. Luke McLuke says: "what has be-- 1 come of the old time lady who wore yarn stockincs and.whosedaughter now wears her watch where her garter should be worn?" They are now talking about putting a heavy tax on all bachelors of forty years or over. This would be one way of helping to decrease the deficit in the State treasury. County Attorney Green Clay Walker has purchased of Postmaster W. T. West his Storeroom on the north side of the public square occupied as a pool room for $3600. This is one of the Our Loss Stanford's Gain. most commodious pieces of busiiess property on the square, and we underIt is with deep regret the patrons of stand Mr. Walker will make extensive the Bastin Telephone Co, give up Miss improvements on his purchase. Sara Reid who goes to Stanford to work in that exchange. Always in a Pur- good Speith & Co. Makes Considerable humor, at all times accomodating, the pleasant voice of Miss Sara chase. will be missed and we congratulate Messrs Speith & Co. the local tobac- Stanford upon having such a young co buyers, we understand have made lady in their exchange. an unusual large purchase in this county during the present season and Stock Pens, New, Modern And many farmers unhesitatingly state that dious Being Erected In they have done better by marketing their product at home than if they had Mr. John N. Ross, proprietor of the sought a distant market And yet we Lancaster Ftock Yards in making great are told that a L.oose Leaf Market in improvements at his yards on Stanford Lancaster is not plausible. street. He has had the lumber sawed at his farm near town and is pushing New Store. to rapid completion an addition 160 X It is gratitying to the freiendsof Mr. 60 feet which he hopes to have ready He will have C. D. Powell to know that he is back by county court day. in the merchantile business again, hav- clean, dry, covered sheds and pens, and ing just opened up a general merchan- when completed expects to be able to dise store in the storeroom adjoining accommodate from 500 to 800 head of the warehouse of Mr. F. B. Marksbury stock, and will have all modern connear the depot. He will gladly wel- veniences, and will be second to no Mr. Ross come his old friends and promises them pens in Central Kentucky. more goods for the money than they expects to expend about $1500 in the improvements. can get anywhere in town. Following In Our Footsteps. Cochran-Rucke- r. When we meet our friends upon the streets and are greeted with praises for the Record we feel determined to make the next Issue the best. While a letter from some "out of thecounty" reader saying that the "last issue" was the best that ever came out of the office, we just get up from our desk and pass the word to the last member of the force that even more is expected in the future. We had thought all along that we had been doing our best to give you the country newspaper that you are entitled to but we find that our readers with a good word for the paper and a dollar or two on your subscription can do wonders in helping in it all. From the way our good friends have come to our help thej must know some thing about the big job of moving our office and have heard about the expensive machinery we have bought and installed in our new plant. A larjre number of our friends will be in Lan caster next court day. Remember that the latch string-t- our office, on Richmond street, in the CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING is always on the outside. Walk right in. We still want to hear the good word. Indeed, we want the paper to merit it. But we would like for you to continue to help us with the subscription for last year and a year in advance if you feel like it, for we want you on the honor roll. Come and see the new plant any way. We are happy to name so many who have answered our distress this week. Honor roll list. W. G. Anderson, S. K. Henry. Harry Jacobs. D. J. Walton. Joe Aldridge, J. Roe Young, R. S. Clark, Steve Lewis. Albert L. Newland, Henry Kulhman. Moore Bros.. J. H. Smith, Ed Daily. Mrs. S. A. McDearmon. Miss Mattie Wylie, G. C. Walker. W. C. Wherritt, David E. Henry. R. L. Burton, Joe A. Newland. Allen Teatr, William Kelley B. D. Herndon. E. B. Ray. Mrs. Emma Elkin, Dick Robinson. S. C. Henderson, Cofield Chadwell. James Dennv. Price McGrath An Open Winter. HEADQUARTERS FOR Vulcan Plows ilHilllHilHiSnSSSEifilHiillHKOKXBH 1 is? ! Plot Faints, Plow life. ! i Collars, Bridles, Collar Pads 3i and all kinds of s Plow Gear. 3 II ft W &2 So W Saa SH ifny?ss M m Wholesale and Retail Plardware. P p?pj g . ?yj rjJ iH' m . Lancaster, Ky. Tsjglafg-.Ei 151s Ts ;?. " '5' & rfF DC 3130 DC 3E GREAT Wheat is looking unusually well and barring the coming of severe cold weather will prove a successful crop. Farmers are taking advantage of the opportunity and much plowing has been completed; active preparations, such as the clearing of ground and gathering of material, is under way for the burning of tobacco beds, and the tobacco crop during this year prom.ses to come well up to the average as far as acreage is concerned. Considering the high price and scarcity of feedstuffs and roughness, stock will emerge from the cold season in good condition, and the farmer exceeds to start the years work under auspicious condition?. They are now anxiously awaiting the prognostications of the ground hog, who will make his appearance on Feb. 2d and the work from now on will be cut out to conform to his predictions. Are We To Have A Fair This Year. Mill For 15 Days. rtf -- J 4 Dr. Prvor has just returned from Mr. O. C. Rucker, of Paint Lick, The pathway of the bootlegger and Bismuth Montane, where he purchased the illegal vender of spirituous liquors more familiarly known as "Pig" was a couple of car loads of unbroke' married to Miss Pearl Cochran, of horses which he disposed of at Al is becoming exceedingly rugged in the White Station, on Wednesday after cities of Richmond and Danville, and bemarle Kansas, at a handsome profit. many convictions are being had for noon in this city, Rev. F. M. Tinder these offenses. They are but follow- performing the ceremony a: his resi Completes Nice Job. The happy ing the course which has been pursued dence on Stanford street. Mr. Harry Jacobs dropped into the in Lancaster lor lo tnese many years event while known to the immediate Record office last week and had his until we have come to be noted foi families of the contracting parties. name entered on our subscription books. having a town that is absolutely free was quite a surprise to the host of from such offenses. A bootlegger is friends of this popular young couple. Is President Taft, who tells Yale men Mr. Jacobs has just completed the put- never allowed to ply his calling for Mr. Rucker is a splendid young man and be- ting up of a handsome and expensive to be loyal to the Constitution long at a time in Lancaster, and his and nowjiolds the position of assistant ware of the demagogue, geing to hold monument over the late A. B. Estridge. first offense usually proves his undoing. cashier at the Peoples Bank. and down a chair of The bride is beautiful and accom Burton Back From Atlanta. try to get even with Theodore? plished and is the daughter of Mr. and Business Change At Paint Lick. Mr. W. B. Burton returned WednesMrs. Andrew Cochran, of Madison We have new pianos ready for in- day from Atlanta Ga., where he went Messrs Samuel Denny and Robert county. After the ceremony they one slightly used piano spection. Also in search of mules. Mr. Burton was Walker have purchased a one half in- motored to the home of the grooms fcr sale at a bargain. accompanied by Mr. J. H. Price, each terest in the mercantile establishment parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker, have piano tuner highly Will also of them taking with them a half car of of Woods and Treadway at Paint Lick, where they will remain for several recommended, phone me your oiders. mules, which they succeeded in filling invoicing is now in progress and they weeks, after which time they will go Rella Arnold. out on the Atlanta market. Mr. Bur- will go into possession of their new to housekeeping in Paint Lick. The promise to ton shipped his car to Wilson N. C, acquirement as soon as that is complet- Record with the friends of this happy Following his just try it. stand for retrenchment, our represen white Mr. Price's load went to Towns-vill- e ed. With the old established firm of couple, wish them a life of unalloyed S. C. Mr. Bnrton bought the best Woods & Treadway augmented by the happiness. Hon. J, R. Mount, promptly Grip Of The Trust Will Be Broken. tative. vot3d against the proposition for a the market afforded and was compelled addition of two such popular and proWhat has heretofore been considered goodly bunch of extra help at the pre- to pay a fancy price, considerably over gressive young men as Sam Denny and the most perplexing question for the $200. per head for them. Bob Walker, there is surely going to sent session of the legislature. Government to handle now seems fairly be "something doing in the mercan Congressman on the way of solution. It appears that the destruction of a DOES THIS LOOK LIKE RETRENCHMENT tile world in raint lick in the near A. O. Stanley after the exaustive en glass window by a cheap $250. plate future and larger cities are going to be quiry into the doings of the Steel OR ECONOMY? plug horse would justify the enactment put to it to meet the competition at this Trust in reporting the findings to Conprohibiting the allowof an ordinance lively little burg. We heard a great deal about gress, sent out the first completed ing of horses left loose, unhitched and and retrenchment before the remedy. He suggested that no person on the public square' unattended Like All The Rest. assemble convened. The mem- be permitted to serve as a director on ' bers of this body were busy telling William Miller who claims his home more than one Board ot Directors in a House For Rent. the people how badly retrenchment as Rowland, Richmond and various competing corporation. Having decided to leave Lancaster, and economy were needed, and promis-wi- ll other places as may suit his convenience It was found that monopoly was rent my house of twelve rooms. ej that this session of the legislature was caught red handed by Chief Herron created largely by the directors of two porches, barn with five stalls, good WOuld reduce the states expense last week dispensing liquor by the what was supposed to be competing and large yard. count. The assembly costs the state drink at so much per drink. He was concerns being composed of the same Webb Raney, Lancaster, Ky. aDout $1700 per day. That body cor,- - taken before Judge Prather and given of this persons. In contemplation j'vened on Monday, January 5th, held minimun fine of $50. and 10 days in proposed legislation a number of the ' brief sessions for two days, then ad- - jail. Chief Herron has two other cases Notice. 'Masters of Finance'are already resignhaving claims against the es-- ( journed till January 12th, four days of against him, but will doubtless not Those ing from the directorate of all except one board. tate" of the J. P. Long, will present doing nothing, $6,800 of the money of prosecute them, but in order to rid the Now, Mr. Stanley after a conference, white same within the next ten days, pro- the tax payers spent without any re- community of a worthless with President Wilson introdiices,asthe perly proven, to J. W. Elmore, at the turn. In the two days, appropriations character and at the same time furnish Adminstrations representative, a laxv to Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Those amounting to about $10,000 were made, a warning to others who have aspira abate the 'Rule of Reason'as laid down knowing themselves indebted to the most of which goes for salaries of ex- tions to sell liquor in Lancaster, will With these by the Supreme Court. said J. P. Long are asked to call and tra officers and employes of the state. turn him ovar to the tender mercies of This does not apply to two laws upon the Statute books a First week nearly $17,000 spent for the Federal authorities. This will also settle at once. monopoly or trust would be practically nothing. Does this look like economy save the city the expense of his keep J. W. Elmore and Robert Long. impossible. residents of Lancaster. for the time of his sentence. Agents for the heirs. or retrenchment? J Surely the above question should be answered in the affirmative. With the growing interest in horses, mules and all classes of livestock that now exists in Garrard county, surely the promoters of this industry cannot allow another year to pass without a fair in the county. Other counties have successful fairs, why not Garrard? There is but one thing which prevents the holding of a good exhibition in this county every year, and that is the lack of someone to take the initiative and organize a stock company, subscriptions for the stock to finance the venture could easily be secured far in excess of the amount necessary. It appears to us that the farmers and stockmen of the county are the ones most vitallv interested. Then whv net take up the matter and arrange for a successful exhibition this year. No use to defer the matter. It takes both time and talent, and the sooner we begin the sooner will an exhibition be insured. Some of you horse and mule men think over this matter and let's get together and organize. No trouble to and encouragement, get Men and Boys Overeoa IS at HALF PRICE. See our line of u Whatwe have left is NEW and UP-TO-DA- we are going to sell them regardless of cost Many otherarticles that we are going to sell Call on us'with the cash and let us shew DAILY I MrandJournal ONE YEAR you how much we can save you. J Central Record I H.T.Losan Lancaster, Kentucky. For $3.50 kx 3F1E EH1E 1E 3G .J Page 2 The Central Record, Friday Jan. 23, 1914. That is the Test our m Hermita ge OANNEL COAL !o1fc per bushel, while it lasts. 1 seed show. Why buy seed that are full of weeds when you can get this kind from Do you know that HUDSON A ft jsgsg. Jf HUGHES co ITIi SEED MEAL "a - THEN SOME I They can save you money on m sax or Barrels, iry a aax and be convinced pjrf DatBlt - M WSreTOSEBWWSfcSfc! M;y Anxioij t .&3fc38feggftggl!3S&353ai ji All r''-i'liu.- is cheaper than Bran? VOU F8r!BP 'o"mi I Hn httr We Will Drove to if v j ,.q it- that vnur rnw; lAill 5a S g SSSSfc3StS5fcSa!lgSa!SSRaagRSS3!!a Ard liar Lit!) ii fit Fwv.jh.vArfxju.4A. i mriiiiiiiii mriftlArili-ritifTliri- -. HA fy g. ? ' 1 i o- JtJT When Your Blood Is Right I Your Whole System g is Right. TODAY If You Have any Bleed or skin Disease Do loi Delay until it is too late but Order J whetl cr tl.tre " "hail k l't'io l.H'ii ji- -known m r - !':t r.i .' : t W. o t ) !' covered it as they wen- crossing a stone wall, and at the ucjj'tiori of Nat the pi I'l4tlill i i.c lamb was brought into the schoolhouse "Jlan" wit.-Il- l hid in one of the desks, but it was V"li l - di covered by tin- - teacher and the M- -s l i wooly little auimai v.i removed bv . -I t .t Alary." You Can Talk to Practically t, a -- the People m the Town THIS PAPER I.- THROUGH AIass,.ch.;-e- . ; I t i : than i .. " miv. :i "?-! i r urn.' i 'i : invesiiga'io',. Shi h - i ij l ? ! thele r'ii ! i ' PURITAN AND THE SABBATH IS'.' YAVI'SV !!.!,! ' f ti-- f i.nt' :Tix! In. -- ". . had a sclioo 't 't vci ". ' ; - ! . :.i : . . i 1". . - I.itr,!. : Observance of Day of Rest Undoubtedly Necessary to the Nation's Well Being. All forward looking minds must feel fDme apprehension for tho mental. and especially the physical well being of tae American people, as they see how tne Sabbath is more and more piven over to bu3Uiess aud pleasure, declares the Unlvcrsalist Leader. No nation can bo stiong unless it has a . '1 i f T! verses ilc. i 1 Uouk' r. .:;. .4 1 :..i..'it' ! 1.: x . .1 The I-- lot Sprint's LRYSIreliS, AOK. MALARIA. a 3 BYwfiifck IV 7 V a Complete scd Positive Remedy for SfBHS. ECZESl. ?l RflEDM&TISS, '": V o'.br fara: of Sls3 aid Skin Diseases. rpriu;: Hitkia.i picioi'Ufe il.is ue Cifatest Bleed an Sk'n tntr i'arc-- l on the M;irkct i 3'. 0 jft , ; 1 Full Coarse Treatment-S- ix Bottles-.5i8.C- O Singles Eotile-55.- 00 We Prepars a Remedy for Every Disease ?j h Git' 3f ' T'frt.rrif-n- t ei Hc-t es; f.i iis Kir r lei ft rrs!t illsJ is ihe J VV Sufi en ng AJ1 t tr - r. c- hn HiiJe:;-- C r Cf f 'Ji ! I ri's t:s i rir Troubles. Xirres'i itrickly Private Jt 303 5 1-- 2 Springs Iledici:.r Coirsny, Ceritrsi Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. &$&$&&&&&&& lETi & -- &&&&&& Tjsmjir.!:'- nKjjj: jm i THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cap ta5 $50,000. J. SurpJus $30,000. I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. GlLI., Book-Keepe- I A. I! iEN'lJV. I'retident. E. STORM ES. Vice JUBRY. Ass't Cashier. J. Safatv Depose WE SOLICIT Bnxes YOUK ror Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J H. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. I. Elliott. Directors. EigagrJS33E3sxflr, fimm atijB!Td'i Til 3CrSCVCKIKlCtS-lKrsSS3,3C3C3rS&- GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAHD OF THE SKY." TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R LONG RETURN TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Pas:engsr and Ticfcat Agent, 101 East Main St, Lexington, Ky. tiie laino, tooK some poetic lioeilieb with tin? facts, Mrs. Owens found, bat the poem is correct in the main points. Hero are the verses as they were written and handed to Mary, the owner of the hunt. rest day every veek; no man or community can be spiritually strong un3Ury had a little larrb. less he or it sets aside and uses the Its iieeee was white as snow; SaWiath for worship oi tho unseen And everywhere that SJnry went spiritual power that made and upholds The lamb was sure to jjo. t! c universe and its freight of life. Gladstone attributed much of his vigIt followed her to school uuo (Inv, orous health and his long life to the VVhidi was aKtnst the rule; fact that nothing, not even cabinet made the children laush aud play It making, ever prevented him from To see the !srl :a choo'. church. The puritan in America gae the endurin? moral fiber to And so the turned it out, our national life. His Sabbatarianism I!ut still it mar, v as a portion of this might in him; he And waiteil palieml alont reverenced God, ho mastered earth. Til; Mao di.i nt.pear. A rcvHal of puritanic SabbatarianWhat mi!;'a - lamb low Mary so.' ' ism would greatly benefit this laud of .ours. Modern civilization would, of The eajcer chi.dret cried. "Why Mary vv:3 t'le Umb you know" course, make tho old sabbath quiet, much different than it was in the Tiia tea.-lit- r t.'ien :epned. primitive communities of threo generTne "Mary" ui' the p em was Mary ations ago, but we are noisy about Sawyer, an later Mary Sawyer Ta.. kr. many needless things, sports that do She lived at &t'i!in Mas. ami when not test, amusements that do not ?he was eight years old, ninety f i'jlit recreate, business that does not yield i a permanent profit. Consider the old j ears ago. he owned the lamb. adage: "The Sabbath is for works of M..ry's lamb va :i net. She kesit mercy and necessity only." One phase its lleece nice and elean.and sometimes of the puritan life has long appealed tied a ribbon about its neck. Ore to us. the fact that so little cooking d.iv she took the lamb to school. When was dono on Sunday. The Sunday the went to the platform to recite the meals were prepared on Saturday. ' i.:mb clatteied after her. That mai'.e The slave of the cook stove v. as manumitted on tho Sabbath. Could a laugh. Mary then tooK tlie lamb outside and we not imitate that custom and have simpler the Sabbath, thus fastened it to a shtd. She took the giving meals on worship to our modfreedom to lamb home at the noon recess. John em kitchen bondwoman, whether Ituulstone, who was studying for the mother or hired servant? ministry with the Revl Samuel Capen, ol Sterling, was on a visit to the school GET SUGAR FROM SAWDUST that day. The next day hf rode up to the school and handed Mary the poem. Chemically Prepared Material Found Mrs. Owens, who is president of the by Scientists to Be Valuable Food Loyal Boys' Club of the West, made for Animals. the trip from her distant home for the sole purpose of delving into the past In the course of a paper read before and getting the ttuth about the lamb the London Royal Society of Arts, A. episode. Mrs. Owens will write a book Zimmerman described a process by on the life and death of Mary and her which sugar might be manufactured Iamb. In a talk about her investiga- - from sawdust. In its natural state, he pointed out, tions, Airs. O.vens said; says London wood contains "I came from Colorado purposely 'o no sugar, but when subjected in closed learn if it were true that there existed retorts to digestion with a weak sula Alary and a little Iamb, who followed phurous acid solution under pressure her to school, lam satisfied bevond of six to seven atmospheres a very remarkable transmutation takes place, question. "Years and years ago, in the town as much as 25 per cent, of the mateot Sterling, near Worcester, lived Mary rial being converted into sugar. In Sawver, who later became .Mrs. Taylor this Air. Zimmerman claims that we have a valuable feeding stuff for and, like her lamb, which was celebrathorses, cattle and sheep. ed in verse by a clever young Harvard Draft horses in whose daily ration man of the times, John Roulstone. she four pounds of "cacchulose-molasses- " also became noted. were substituted for four pounds of "Mary Sawyer, at the time shecame oats were kept under observation for into possession of the lamb, was eight seven months and were all found to ears old. That was in 1714. The have increased in weight, while a lamb,. I find, after interviewing old colt which was in so weak a condition surgeons advised its residents of Sterling, was born about that veterinary destruction put on 260 pounds In six March 1 of that year, and, therefore, months and is now in excellent was a spring lamb. The little thing ived until the next November, when it met an untimely and tragic death. Then He Didn't Want Thtm. "I find that on Thanksgiving mornDejectedly twirling his thumbs the ing Mary was playrig in the barnyard clerk sat in the box office of the at her home. The lamb, which had Frivolity theater. A depressing air oefore this become very fond of her of failure hung over the theater, and a.,d had created the incident of the It looked as though the piece would chojl.was following her about frolick-i- . have to be withdrawn very shortly. Suddenly he perked up as a coung. Unfortunately for the Iamb and trified man and his wife came in, folalso much to the sorrow of Alary, the lowed by their three daughters and i t.Ie thing got within range of a cow, two sons. ivliich proceeded to dissipate it. "Have you got seven seats in the "I have been led to uelieve that the middle of the second row for toot the afTection night?" asked paterfamilias. j cow became jealous which Mary showed for the Iamb and The box office man made a pretense seized the opportunity to dispose of it. of examining the plan of seats. "Yes, I find they are vacant, sir," "The incident which John Roulstone said he, trying to repress his excitej made famous by verse as related to me by Mary's old schoolteacher, Rebekah ment "Shall I book them for you, sir?" (Kimball, deviates in some way from "Er no, I think not," said the man from the country. "If you've got those "It is true that the lamb on the seats on your hands It seems to me morning in question followed Mary and the play can't' be tip to much! Good her brother Nat to school. They dis- - morning!" ijral ::n,N tl-t- .. CDnSwWTi pai.e. trw JuScv a Airs, lle'iry Alforddid Sunday after s. a few C Tf Mr. rhnrUn Halcnrrl.'.-'-tltweeto at tend sciwl s t !!! ::. Air. BilK King attended the dance at -Vk JLJ l " I'wb. Xiehob.sville Friday niht. Mr. M. O. Kenredy is nbie to lie out We Will ilSVe llieiU 1H all COlOl'S 3Ild 2tyJS. after un i.Iness of feve.r! .lays. Mr ami Mr. Richard Rurton .penta Wc wfli farnjsV you any nl3k y(m fow a in Louwviic iast week, . . b TAT . VVC iRlTiS Vie CHITy S&St 01 Uieill IK StOCi. Belle Brrke spent the, week-en- d vvitll relttivt-- s .it Danville. Gatlaher hs been quite Alnstcr -- STJ sick for ;e era! days with Bronchitis. ' I Airs. Scott, of Lancaster, spent a few day witfi Airs. Hannah Sweery last .Vfrk. Airs, sjdiie b. vetth in m Richmona V7ill bay oris oi our mil leather iop busirjies. for a isit w her daughter, Mrs. S:.ni', Read top of k nn ll YOU Vlli DIIY OHe Ol -ig Rubber i 'T'l ' ML-Pat- ty .. ih iC fcy y i B-i- Mr. and Airs. Rnb-- rt Rankin have ove'i to the f.rm recent K purchased " from M- -. Belle Perking. ' all Icsthsr s:uc and oack curtains, Best grade rufcbsr tires best qualitv throarfhot. A i3V7 of tfces: leit. Get One. 1 1 Miss Mrs. Ellen Burk? u...l Alary ''unninghaai, ot Junction City, have been visiting Ji- . Lugi.ji Burk-- . Alls'- - .; Elizabeth Bryant anil Alary Nell Fari-- e Waited Miss Helen RobinSaturday and Sunday. son a: L"ca-te- r Air. W. C Rise left Wednesday for Lexingto'i where he will go into busi-nes- -. UVUXV&l o I IP 5 iiaro & bo Ky. i f) r -- v , His many friend here regrettid ver much to see him lave but wish him mr.ch succf ss. Air. a"d Airs. J.ti T. Dunn and Air. Jack Dunn, of Lexington were here a few days last week. They having come to attend the funeral of Air. Thomas Dai.n whose death occt'red so suddenly last Wednesday. Aliss Patty Bell Eurke entertained a few menu.--, verv Uellgntiui.j at "Rook" on Tuesday evening. At t he conclusion ot the game delightful refreshments were served and a most 1 hose pleasant evening was spen. ut'finnv,l MUi nosliltaiuj were Aliases. Hallie t'ov. Annette Jennings, blizabetn Brvant and Alajme Mi,?m W i. Kie. Billv Kinf Thomas Chesnutt, Dr. Jlontgomerv and Ar. Henry Sandidge., of Danville, j i D. D. Do psss pl N o: in Cure Tv'a3 Mi ".hi Trofessor Eudlons'3 care of eczema known to almost e try hu.-at physician of reputation throusho i: the state or Connecticut. His letter is another interesting demonstration f what is beinu accomplished by f.io D Tesei.pii may interest to you to know your preparation. !. ? Inscription has been of calable value to me. 1 wa oovtr. from head to foot v.hn y'th 1 tet'an usin your remeiliex. I get no relief, althnush I fiel a coul th.LJilRd '?eB,n!!"I aPI'HeT but mo ties of ,he preseripti. n: ji cure effected In a vtry short time, in lesd aT,a Sln2,u-s,.!!,,ecJ5'llfe-civin- si 1 than ono mor.th." rrof. J. IlmJlar.-- ' south Lyme, Corn. Ask any drut-?i- t tolay lor D P. D. rres ription. lie 11 till you U allay tho itch Instantly and soon thre arj signs of cure. AVe have hand!pd tho reotily years and regard it as the ppeuifle skin troubles of all kind?. Coow ta ? ahout ak uabout IX P. P. p. tpectellr al-- o P. D. soap tor tender skins. TVe offer tho first full rfie bottk) on tho suararteo that unlesn It stopj 'ne itch at oce. It costs you net a seat. fr fr R. E. AKRole-ts&Son- . Tit-Bit- ' Now Well "Thedford's is the best Black-Draug- tit? 22 ht GOD'S MEDICINES The Herbalist, for the treaitnr-.- ; of hams: ailments. Endorsed in tl.J Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for uic Sliin Only. Ask your er writa y COM-CEL-S- medicine lever used," writes J. A. Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. suffered Compounded according- - to tb.3 Original xclusive I"oniulas & Recipes of Charlie Whttt-Moo- n, d "E- "I Body-Toni- c. IXc-ns- CHARLIE rn WHITE-MOO- N drug-gist- , The doctors said sumption. all. Finally I could I had connot work at I HaSilist Tit ORiciriAron of Covrloy CHETEHIe HUSiZUS WMH SSFE iVIrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MO- O tried & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville. Kentucky THEDFORD'S The Courser Journal St DRAHT and to my surprise, I got better, as well as any and am man." Thedford's Black -Draught is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Get a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. to-d- ay 70 ALF PRICE $3.00 For R. E. 12 , flonths m w Please let us send in your subscription. MoRoberts & Son. ( gggsg&gs:jgs The Central Record, rriday Jan 23, 1914. PAYS TO SHOW APPRECIATION Results Broad-Minde- Page 3 SCHOOL. Bute cf Ohio. City of Toledo. .. ; Lucas County, f Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business In the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and evFor ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. .by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In John Walker, Guardian of Albert my presence, this 6th day of December. Mitchell. 1'lair.tilf, 1SS5. ! I k Time Now Is toTheTobacco your and the place sell is DANVILLE, KY. Experiments Made In d Way Have Been More Than Gratifying. of SUNDAY Lesson IV. " j Peoples Tobacco Warehouse i m ps Mu .J( .,, whLv up ii( thorn as ininNter of UU tli:it iln UN pleasure. Iiturkt'itin;: unto tlu voi-- of HN wind What mi lienor unspeakable for ii GAKKAKD CIRCUIT COURT. who are s.ivtsl xiniici. to mlnNtor In any way unto Him who made n. , :i James A. Ueaslev, I'lEinliif. si Vs c:mii from Ihmvcii t redeem us. who T XT V o..U4I..t ' ; Rash Xalor, et a!. the rN.-:vT v Defendants. T ! diLl or shipping clerk. The chrNt the initials of the hZ .,t ,:,)(,.s ri ,It h.H, for Pursuant to a judgment rendered , latter, greatly pleased by this evi-, ,, v , kl!iai!ll herein at November Term, 1013. the wI dence of appreciation at once set to wJtI , ,. ..., Bw., tIll. undersigned Commissioner will I at work evolving other ideas, many of , ,,, tWllIJIs f ,,,.. public auction before the Court House )r , Mch were sound and well worth (vin. ,, , Door in Lancaster. Ky., at 11 o'clock r Hre v,!r adopting Naturally, the incident be-- , tIu. blllslloni ,,v ,.., TSR.MS. r A. M. or thereabouts, on :ll! came noised about in the shop and ,Ummm. (M.,u iv. ..::,. fol. lliaiIlll.r . n,u.It MONDAY, JANUARY 21'. 191L Thi sale will be made on a crilit of served to convince the men of the Uut.amn (.(i:i.ls llh3,lIt.11It slw it beiiij: tha first day of the Garrard six months and the purchaser will be attitude of the exper- t.- not !tv , . ,;,.,. ,m, . h, Um Count-- , Cturt Term, the real estate required to e.ecutf bond wufcappfoved Engineering Magazine. llwcJ, thcrvUl sh:lI f(in:,TO1 t!llir mentioned in the pleadings and de- securitv for the purchastd price, due in six months, bearing interest at six per lliiipiitj" N:i. Ul. 24i. scribed as loliows, t; z er.t per - r -- n.s n me m- -t step Located in Garrard County, Ky.. and having anr.um from date until paid, TRAINING AS POWER EXPERT to-fo- re the Hounded ment, upon force jind effect of a judgl.inplcmi. a- - ue learn frtun bounded as follows towaid tin which execution way Subject That In America Has Not Luke .wiv. 4H. 17: At ti i!i. :kS. :u. ml on tht North by the lands of J. H. payable to W. H. Brown. Master that thN N the privileit- - of all nln it Sanders; on the South by William Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit I S Been Given the Attention That Comley; on the Weal by Letcher Hogie Court, and a hm will he j ceive Him is pl.iiniy set forth in I'pli It Deserves. reserved upon acres. , I. c. 7: Col. i. I; i:ev. i. r.. r. v and contains 1Jof this sale is to pay the land sold until all the purchase S . The purpose money is paid. Power is one of the greatest factors m'I!t not think of the church as tin certain debts against tne estate of W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. in modern-dawork. The thousand kliiKdom nor Ch"Nt in u- - nor might Naylor, deceased, out of the proceeds C. and one branches of it offer admirable but that sM.,("i ,if iiy imr Lord wlii-arising from the sale, and to divide He taught ii to pray. "Thy Uiugdom the remaiuirf fields for conquests by vigor and proceeds among the 1 brains. In the field of power a few come, thj v. ill he done, as in hi'.iwti. heir? as their interests may appear concerns have assisted men to obtain so on earth' iLitki .i. !!i. It nil! begin and be adjuilicatfd. who shall lie all righteous Incorporated. vocational training. From the boiler with I. M. DUNN, President. TERMS. $ room have risen men by successive and all of them slir.II know llini from The sale will be made on a credit of - the least of tliem unto the greatest oi stages to positions of grave responsisix months and the purchaser will be bility. In an issue of Power neelect them. Jerusalem simil lie the throne of the required to execute bond with approvin this branch of vocational training for price, and all the nations' shall In with ed securitymonths, the purchaseper cent in the United States is commented due in six bearing six ered unto it to the name of the Lord interest per annum from date unti' upon as follows: ',ai..,.vT GARRARD C1P.CUIT COURT. "'Power is a' factor in all the im-- ! for u sIla11 l!l" "" nrst 'itv "f tr"t'' ": paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may RftfHBBIBIKMlH portant affairs of modern life,' says a eartb (Isa ,s- - -- ,: Jer- Nsxi- - "A: ' SJJL; n? " 7- - s- - -- - -?- '- xvili'1' Wl' issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Mishell Grow, et al. Plaintiffs and and necessarily Zoch viii- 3&'&sC&n the engineer, thinker,makes that power, wait for tl:t' ln-'d'- "" VS. live to has Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit who It has the only Defendants. i""'t ex- Court, and a lien will be reserved upon Oran Grow, et al. is also a factor In that the whole pur- - ten Jt (ll0t x!,'",! il- - for ""Pursuant to a judgment rendered door opening?. pose is not merely to 'make the wheels ten1 tll:lt w lli''h lKt Ilot J'1'1 begum we the property sold until all the purchase herein at the November lerm, l'J13, the unto Him in all money is paid. Hoops made of tested steel. go 'round.' but to turn them at a prof- - ma-- r d:,il-- 'i"I-te- r PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. undersigned Commissioner will sell at W. H. BROWN. Hoops can be adjusted from lad. it. Furthermore, electricity, the steam that "'" do- - Th"-- "ornrn were true auction before the Court House believers, and all believers are kings E6E Master Commissioner Garrard publicm front door frame. der turbine and the waterwheel have Door Circuit Court. A. M. orLancaster, X., at II o'clock Doors made of California Redmade the engineer's vocation even and Prints '"'to Ood iRer. I. r.. i Direct Line to thereabouts, on wood, "The Wood Eternal." of a sentence con R. H. Tomlinson. Att'y. more difficult, demanding a degree of We ilre reinlnd.-The location of our factory gives us MONDAY JANARY 2J, 1911. im- - truing the priests in Israel. "That operating skill that is well-niglowest freight from mills t3 factory, and from facto acquire in some cases with- - mav minister unto me in the priitv tory to you. Get a better Stlo and Save money by it being the tirst oay ot tne Garrard office" (Ex. xxviii. 1. 3. 4. and eNe- for catalog and prices. writing us out special training. County Ciurt Term, ttie rea. estate LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. where). thee ten words being mentioned i: tne pleadings and "We are told that of all the great (Incorporated) He- LOUISVILLE described as lollows. t: IT. f 0. Station F ours is the most deficient in translation of two little words in bame Is on Hack creek, in Garrard YftmHrmnl HptrplnnTnont normanv fnr Drew. County. Kj., and Lounded as tallows. , UU The word unto Him" in vere S of A.i -- a tv J.tt3 no,rt Oty - n. UCCU ClUU iliCb ii MliS fcj Hegmning al a point on tne South tdge England, Scotland, France, Austria. this part of our lesson suggest many of metal un llyuUsviln.- - aiRi kirhswlle Two Through Trains Daily. X Switzerland, Norway, Sweden and most helpful words for our daily life, pike; tnence piivt and with WiGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. -. Leave Danville at 5:25 a. m. 5:40 p. m. Denmark are all paying heed to it. If such as "Unto Him that loved us." ComeiV "s line N j t. 0.04 chains "Unto nim that is able." "Unto Him A. B. Estridge's Executors. Plaintiff?, Jamessugar we would successfully compete in our Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.m 9:10 p. m. to a tree slump, nis corner; be glory." "Unto Him who died for us nxi'Tl incrsTi fiolrl with iVia lflpca Immi VS. thence 79J Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m. passing Cornell "s cor(IJev. I. Cph. Hi. JO. iifi gration yearly coming to our shores a' ,rs air'" A. J. Manuel, ct a., Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Defendants. ner i.nd ttieiue on same course with Cafe, Parlor IHi As to the women liaKti, in all 20 35 chains to a stake we must find the means to equally 21: II Cor v. and Car on day train. No change. ministering, note Paul's reference to W - f rT1 j wi ttsTW , uiiu r about 12 ieet tici,r.d a btech.old call a tnti uu t i3 paj Act W41i educate our own people in their uiai ci Treadway & Woods, Local Train. riaintiffs beecii and elm. on the hast bank of Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. prices. We are dealers; established the women who labored with him in hA in ISM; andean do BETTER for you VS. For any information write, Hack Cicek (eim gon.-;-; the gospel (Phil. iv. 3: that the gospel tnence down th?n agents or commission merA. J. Manuel, et al. was first preached in Kurope at a chants. References any bank in Defendants. and with middle a.nd meaimers uf said B. HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Write for weekly price list. In Sausages. man's prater meeting, and the first Pursuant to a judgment tendered i.l creek course ai.d ilistai.ie along Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. M. SAB EL &. SONS Westphalia, in Prussia, is the home convert seems to have been Lvdia. who the November Term 1913. the underbank as follows. Nil 5.43 &. 33 E. Market SU LOUISVILLE, KY. chains to a crooketl sicamore oi. East of the sausage. There, it is said, a receive tlle .,r,0.t!es into her hou-- e signed Commissioner will sell at ueaiers in turn, muts, wuul. be;i g in trader will name no fewer than 400 dif-- and took c.are of tnem (Acts svl- - ,.,.,- -, before the Court House door in bank the true corner ferent kinds of sausage. A sausage ex- - Note ilIs0 the IWse(l version of Ps iancasier. i.y., al 11 o CIOCK A. M. or middle of creek, thence (from 41 W 4.35 chains to a point in on I thereabouts, hibltion was held recently in Germany, Sviil 11 middle of creek, N 1 W 5 chains to a at which 1,000 varieties of sausages MONDAY. JANUARY. 20. PJ14, whatever He may give us the privi-wer- e point in creek near middle N 201 E5.26 shown. egc of doing. He only expects us to do It ucinj, uie nrsi uy ot me Uarrard chains to a point on West bank N 13 E In this connection the story is told as He gives the ability, and our aim UUni) loutL lein., n,t, real estate 3 chains to a stake in creek, a new of a young Prussian who, though he mUst be that God in all things may be ineiiiiuiitu in uie pleaunis ami corner; thence leaving creek a new-linN as iuiioVi: E IS. 70 chains to a point in had received an expensive training as glorified through Jesus Christ (1 Pet E. C. Million, Pres T. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. a chemist, shut himself up In his lab- - iv. 11). However much we may be aiu lanu is in iwu iracis, one a branch new corner in line to alker E. Deatherage, Treas. oratory, and instead of devising a new ' able to do. we should always say a tr.,ci is in Lincoln county aim tne oilier Logan; thence up said branch with dye, safety match, motor engine, ex-- . David did. "All things come of thee, is in UarraiU County. lne tract in Logen and with tne fence as it now liiicoln County is un Ceuar CreeK in stands S 57 E 2.95 chains to a stake plosive, aeroplane or photographic and of thine own have we given thsaia county and bounded as follows: near and Nortnwest of an elm, corner lens, took pork, veal, olives, pepper, (I Chron. xxix. Mi. iJegiuning at ualvin Anderson's soutn-erl- y between Logan and the 7I- acre tract fennel, old wine, cheese, apples, cin--1 In the second part of o,ur lesson we laid off by commissioner to Mrs. corner on high knob, cr.estnut namon and herrings' roe and from have a home scene, that blessed and IilcKory and sour wood corner ana oak, J. Burnside in 1905; thence withFannie lines runthem evolved a wonderful and totally honored home in Bethany, and the two ning Soutn 5o 1. 123 poles to back, cor- of said tract still up the branch and original "wurst," the best of its kind, sisters ministering, each in a some-H- e nering on White Oak and sour wood, with tht fence S 14E 3.50 chains to a Incorporated. has amassed a considerable for- - what different way. Mary could not trom thence N 55 210 poles along locust tree South 32 E I..75 chain to a tune from Its sale, have been idle or neglectful. eNe the said back line lo stake onJaniesAdams white walnut S 49 L 3.19 chains to a Phone 10- DIRECTORS Capital Stock $33,000 ' Lord would not have commended her. line, it being 111 poles Southeast irom sugar tree, corner to aforesaid 71 J acre E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. his corner; tnence N 36 W 10 to tract; thence still up drain new lines More Tractable as He Grows Older. l have no (lt")t "t that she did all James Adams corner; thence poles W S 2S E 2.34 chains to a wild cherry and S M) was necessary, evidently all that 4S poles to three white E. Deatherage. "I find myself mellerin' up as the that oaks; thence N small sugar tree at West bank of drain Lord thought necessary, and then 55 V 54 poles to a black oak and white S 21 E passingan elm tree at 2.29 chains years pass by," confessed Hod Dur-tb- e sue to nitt "Formerly I would go into a aml found timeword. sit at Jesus feet oak; thence S 51 W 100 poles to the and passing on West side of and near a To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: uear nis Martha wanted beginning containing 123 acres. frenzy over 'most any unimportant chains This spring at 3.24 chains in all 0 thing, but when the 'Mona Lisa was more than either her sister or the being the same land conveyed to A. J. to a double black walnut at West edge 2.C0 chans to 4 black We have been giving each week as near an accurate report of the condition of stolen I didn't care a jam, and now Lord thought needful anil was a bit Manuel by deed dated November 18, of drain SHE lur walnuts that it has been recovered I still P"1 t with Mary for not thinking as 1901, by John lurnbull and recorded in j ot" drain. growing together at Easttdrre market as it was poseible for us to do, this without coloring simple facts. We believe that S 35 E 7.C0 chains to the Deed Hook No. 43, page I09, Lincoln don't care a jam. It used to be that sue dil1 we have been here long enough for our statements to pass without question, as facts miuuie oi ii. e aiuresaiu piKe (passing Happy are tho.--e housekeepers who County uerK s omce. at last when anything occurred that I didn't I the end of a hedge fence); 2, is in thence Tract is all that enters in the count. We sold during the week just closed 433.000 pounds of approve of I forthwith swept a place would rattu-- r please the Lord than Ky, and No.bounded asGarrard Countv.- middle of pike S 50.J W 2.73 chainswith follows: Beginto is and had a furious fit; but nowadays their visitors ami who always count ing at a new corner in the middle of the corner of the two acre lot sold to tobacco. The entire market up to Saturday had sold 4,285,596 pounds. The Madison it has to be something of consequence UP the Lord as one of the guests pike in S. Archer's line and a new j E. G. Creech (now Jones and Sanders); House Sold pounds Of this, more than both other houses by and some of my business before I Simple fare is more acceptable to Him. corner to tayior nignite and running thence still Willi pike and with lines of with bread and with Archer s line to top of the hill to said lol same course S 50j V 95 chains rend my raiment and throw dust in who was oft over a quarter of a million. We are not boasting, we are simpiy pleased over your confia stake; thence with Archer's line to making in all en this tourse S.ft chains the air. Without doubt old age is fisl'. than the superfluities of life, dence in us and our methods. Then again we say The Madison Still Leads creeping on me apace, as the feller! Although Martha did not serve as Gooeh corner; thence with Gooch to an S iui V 2.05 chains to a point in middle In Pounds and Prices. While the weeks average was a shade lower than last week car? frce as Mary on this occasion, yet elm near the branch; thence with of pike at the West edge of intersecsaid." Kansas City Star. it is written. "Now. Jesus loved Mar Gooch line to the middle of the pike, a tion of County Read, then still with it will compare favorably with it, considering the quality of tobacco offered and the dry 71 W 3 chains tha and her sister and Lazarus (John new corner; thence with middle of the pike S to the beginning,S SO W 4.15 Versatile Da Vinci. containing 72 weather. No real fancy tobacco was offered. We still believe that we have the strongest xi. ."ii. He loved them all. Hut why is pike back to the beginning containing chains When Leonardo Da Vinci was not acres of land, and being the same acres, and being the samo land owned Martha there mentioned by name and 22J conveyed to A. J. Manuel by market in the STATE. We sold on Monday the 19th over 70,000 lbs., and the market openland painting Mona Lisa or modeling great J. and in the possession of George G. onlloQtrlnn afntnoa rii- - ImronHnw nan. not her sister? Is it because weakest D. Nave and wife by deed of record in Grow at the time of his death. The ed up Monday from one to two dollars per hundred higher for all grades. We give below share of the hcI the Garrard County Clerk's office in deed to said land is dated October 2. !'aJe, flutes, mechanical non. catapults, some of the best prices obtained throughout the week: , 1906, from Fannie J. Burnside and Joe Deed Book No. 25, page 526. hulls, pdicui LiuuiLis uf suaiiug lauuers, Was The purpose this sale is to pay the Burnside to George G. Grow, and now Whittaker & McCreary, Madison Co. 2435 lbs. average $17.25; Gulley & Prather, Garrard Co. he would amuse himself by little ex gave it for the same reason that He Simon Peter a special interview debt of W. L. Lawson, "debt and inter- of record in the Clerk's office of the 3560 lbs. average $19.15; B. T. Lunsford, Garrard Co. 1905 lbs. average $17.29; cursions into anatomy, astronomy, , . : .1 Prather & Sons Garr est to date of sale amounting to $948. Garrard Countv Clerk's office in Deed ' rard Co. 3805 lbs. average $16.15; Nat Prewitt, Garrard Co. 2720 lbs. average $16.27; Million & Long, physics, chemistry, philosophy, dletet-,"- " . 00;. and the debt of A. B. Estridge's Book No 21. page G21. S.. . ..!li les, the philosophy of dress or city i Madison Co. 3935 lbs. average $16.80; J. Q. Oldfield, Madison Co. 2090 lbs. average, The purpose $15,90; T. J. In this Lazarus He was again ."' VCl.loved executors, debt, interest and cost to the proceeds of said sale is to divide planning. among the parties, Curtis & Son, 6865 lbs., average $15.85; D. N. Long, Garrard Co. 1950 lbs. average $17.75, one hsmn nnrl ffiittr nnnlniAil hltn Kiini.,i day of sale amounting to $148.77, and basket the debt of Treadway and Woods, debt, plaintiffs and defendants herein, as If all these acUvlUes are not enough. ! of this bringing $20.50 per hundred; J.J. Kirby, Madison Co. 2572 lbs. average $15.90. df nls burfa, Th made H,m interest and cost to day of sale amount- their interest may appear, and be Last two crops sold on Monday. 0fhrt"U 8UPPr. and rtha served, but there ing to $253.05, together with the es- adjudicated timated cost of this action which is TERMS. We expect the same strong market to obtain throughout the season. Tobacco is comand even on many an ocaalon extern- - cnmbered (John xlu lm1u $95.00. The sale will be made on a credit of porized verses. ing in more slowly which will give us a better opportunity to give each and every seller inTERMS. I six and twelve months and the purchaser dividual attention, and to assist him in securing every cent for his tobacco that can be gotThe sale will be made on a credit of will be required to execute bond with B 9 ten; our experience in the market is your gain. six months and the purchaser or pur- approved security for the purchase six chasers willjbe required to execute bond price, due inper and twelve months, We thank yon once again for your very liberal patronage and hope that we can be of cent interest per anwith approved security, lor the pur- bearing six service to you in the matter of getting the top prices for your tobocco. Call on us day or chase price due in six months, bearing num from date until paid, each having the force and effect of judgment upinterest at 6percenc per annum from on which execution maya issue, payable night, we will be glad to see you. date until paid having the force and efWe are very sincerely and gratefully, fect a judgment, upon which execution to Ww H. Brown. Master Commissioner may issue payable to W H Brown, Mas- of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien E ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cir- will be reserved upon the property sold The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. cuit Court, and a lien will be retained until all the purchase money is paid. Incorporated. W. H. BROWN. upon the property sold until -- tile Si e. purchase money is paid. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit 1 JS toaMUttrrtUarayaiayfafiWHi y urt. j iii-rW. H. BROWN, ivej trriii tQ '-i1 two-third- The pride that most men of whatever station take in their work can be utilized by making each worker feel that he is an efficiency engineer in his own sphere. If he Is made to understand that the problem of efficiency is not a matter of abstruse calculation and lengthy red tape, b'jt a simple process of obtaining the greatest results with the least effort, he is bound to be interested. If the expert poses, not as a dictator, but rather as a teacher and proves his ability for the ( role the men, nine times out of ten, j will respond. ' Another feature of this type of proceeding that is important. is the giving of credit for good ideas' to the originator. I recall a case in point, where the problem happened to j be the designing of a simple system of cards to cover a comnlicated series of " ! operations. A shipping clerk whose ... v. suggestion which resulted in cutting down the number of cards to be made out for one department It was customary to print in small letters on all the forms "Designed by the B. V. Co." On these particular cards the man in charge of the work First Quarter, Jan. 25, 1914. Commissioners Sale Of Land. THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesson, x, 38-4- SERIES. 3: Luke viii, Memory Verses, Luke x, Golden Text, Matt, xxv, 40 Commentary by Rev. D. M. Stearns. 2 40-4- 2 (Seal) A. "W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENET & CO . Toledo. O. Sold by all Drurrists. 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. A. D. Tlle titl(' ,,f tlxl-- . !liiii. "MinNtfrina to Jesus." N a fnsciiintin iu- - anil U found in clmpter viii. 3. poiifcrnins tin- women who uiinNtcml until Illm of their snlistamv. Angels delimited to mi,ikt,.r unto nim i...n n.. um illllllHtltIolu its tlieT ,,i(1 ln tI:,. wilderness after His ooiilliet with t!n devil (.Matt. I v. Hi: :ilso sit UN liirtli nml in Getliiiii:ii!cr Mini nt UK n Mr- ,m ,,(mIit .,, rectlou lleru , ADVERTISE YOUR TOWN By Having Its Xame on the Envelope of Every Letter You Sei I Let Quote Prices For Printing Your Stationery. Us .,.v., ,, ,..,. Commissioner Sale Of Land. siSii rx "r ,w -'- ,, ,.,, ,., st-I- Susie Mitchell, cl al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered . herein at the Noven.Ler 1913, Hie undersigiictl Coin ir.it slor.er will sell at public auction, belore the Court house Door in Lancaster, Kv., at 11 o'clock A. M., or thereabout.-,- , vn I MONDAY. JANUARY iO, li)14, I it being the Lrst day ot trie Carrard I County Court Term, the real estate men uuiied in int. pleadings ai.tl de- scribed as lollows, iymg and being in JJurrard . ounty. , xveiuucKj, un the Richmond ai.u Lan-- . caster turnpike read and bounded as follows: beginning at a stone near the pike ar.u corner to New llvim Par sonage; thence in line to same .s VJl i stake on pa. sonage .. I., .a. - o- -, - oi c ,.,)j JK)!es ins notccrr.tr to same; thence with pike N. s v, . 8. poles to the beginning, ir.g 1 acre, 3 roods anil 17 iioles more i.r less. w is derived t.y Al Tit'e to said land berta Mitchel by inheritance fioin her lather, Chariel Mitcheil. who derived title to sair.t b tiuml dated January 1. loll., from J. (... Gxliovpy. et j., and recordtd in Deed Hook no. 13, j . t.e !( Gi'Tant County Cltrk's office. The purpose of this s.!e is to reinvest th proceeds in other i toitrtj a per judgment herein. Tt-t-nI lo-w- it: stronger market, more buyers than here- and facilities for prompt handling of your crop. No rejection charges, Free barn and insurance on tobacco. A broad-minde- d ... ' '' ,, to-wi- to-w- it: y r Peoples Tobacco Warehouse 6o j . Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Southern Railway. i'fBs) mmm - 1 - Louisville, StLouis and The West. h to-d- i. MONJ 7- Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. rfES FURS mt ts.-?- 3fiA. .- - .ea-.in- -.: - e. tin-Ea- st 1 public-auctio- n syea-more)- N e - The Maiisan Tobacco Warehouse Co. - 8 i e t I a 3 s s I -- It 2,268,585 s I i ft I 1 !J B I 1 1 -- 1 tV I s I 8 I If I KTtit n aF i SUBSCRIBE FOR 1 CENTRAL RECORD. lailiirllifJ ii vj $ .00 Per Year. -- !' - j. Pae ,oa::w:::::"wsw" t TH The Central Record, Friday Jan. 23, 1914. MJtrtttttrM5MttMSttiSrt0 SWWJSttMAKftKttJWISKrSiSSAHtt b HO ME TOBACCO RICHMOND, M tfWSSWWW&WKWVHWMXra'ttM0" t& r KV rsSMo:SKirtir&arftaftBi mwJ 0&V&$C&aQiy$ySy$Xitt3y$y Jt&L m& mm V P"vb a vSSmv w - 1 1 KENTUCKY. EHOU SE MrE.,S,XMX(l TP t t QK!jZ6Xg&BmlGtt&&&Qtt& The Central Recoro Entire Roof Slopes To South. Automatic Scales. The Best Light. The Largest and Most Convenient. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. 0SooS03SSH3afr03ooog3 saiBl3gggSggKsaaiaffia:a&!gSS a tegqgass5tegggias:axsiucpcfftic sssv::?-Ksww. 1 yigKsgAAsaasisassa i tJZr'y Buena Vista Letter. his life were spent with his old com afrU'.X(0A'.0v. iSJrMlMMllrE rades whom he loved so well. At the Most of the tax for transportation ieDi outbreak of the Civil war he enlisted has been collected in the Buena Vista Ill INCORPORATED. (By Wm. F. Miller.) in the cause of the Confederacy and Mrs. Nickell's Mother Dies In Carlisle. Consolidated school district, the transyear. $1.00 a tsaoED Weekly. became a Captain in General Forrest's portation wagons have been paid for, Mrs. Lucy Burnam Rice died at her brigade, 2 and served in that capacity - ROBINSON. EDrroR. -home in Carlisle Monday after alinger-in- g until the cessatiou of hostilities. He was a welcome and all charges for transportation have Bro. J. R. Smith J. CO been paid to date. Mrs. Rice illness of tuberculosis. Tuesday school our was an intrepid soldier and leader and visitor at The transportation service is so pop CO R.S.. ELKIN. Business Manager. was 5G yeats of age and was one of the participated in many of the leading en- morning and gave a very interesting ular that the School Board found it m respected ladies of Carlisle. gagements of most highly that bloody war. After talk. necessary to buy the fifth wagon. This the l'ot Office In Lancaiter. Ky., She was the mother of Mrs. S. H. Catered WM M M the war he returned to his home in s Sfcomi Class Mull Matter. Misses Mattie Adams and Wade new wagon runs on the High Bridge wife of Prof. Nickell who was Lancaster, following various pursuits, Nickell. Monday route, ,but takes the dirt road at the were visitors at our school with the Public Member Kentucky Press Association formerly connected he at one tim being connected with morning and were present for the ex- old Lindendale School House and folschools at this place, but who is now and CLEAN the Internal Revenue service. At the ercise. lows it to Mrs. Evans gate. Mr. John Principal of the Graded school at Har- outbreak of the Spanish American H. Mayes drives this wagon for the Eiffhth District Publishers League. rodsburg. 1 Miss Masons room will entertain at sum of $35, per month. war his patriotism again prompted Friday morning exercises, all are indoubt-Betti- e When the new wagon was put on Robinson. him to seek service, and it was Lancaster, Ky., January 23. 1914. vited to attend. this route it became necessary to call ' ,ess ow'n t0 n's activities during that ?"j The many friends of Miss ' time that his health was broken. Cap Miss B. M. Robinson was hereThurs- - in the contract of Joseph Hamilton KOOinson, me popular leacner in hi Rates For Political Announcements Lancaster High School, will be deeply tain Salter was never married. He ' div and Friday to give the examina- - who had contracted to haul all children w evenin the Lindendale district, but whose Foe Precinct and Citv Offices ...$5.00 grieved to learn of the death of her was connected with many of the lead- tions, but returned home Friday ing aftar they were over on account wagon would not hold more than two 10.00 aged mother which occured at her ing families of the county. "or County Offices There was never a more popular of the illness of her mother in Camp-ma- n thirds of the children. This route was 15.00 home iu Campbellsville, on Wednesday For State and District Offices in the county than "Uncle Mike" j hellsville, Mrs. Theo Currey is again relet, and Homer Jennings offered the .10 line c"or Calls, per morning. Mrs. Robinson's illness has lowest bid. The trustees contracted "Capl.. Mike' as he was lovingly teaching in her plac?. 10 For Cards, per line extended over a Iengthv period and or with him to haul the children along the known to his host of lrieniis anu acall publications in the interfor Junior Entertainment. was due to hardening oi the arteries. main pike from High Bridge to the quaintances. est of individuals or expresMiss Robinson was called to her bed- One of the most eniovable events of school building for $39.95 per month. Wilh an ever ready fund of anecdote. sion of individual views, per f:1.t titiA itrnabo arrn lint line fl"nrl itinn We now have a fourth teacher Miss ''- -' "f Kr'u" of lrlf"ds the season was given the Seniors by " 10 showed such improvement as to allow he Because the Wheat is first screened, line ' the Juniors Friday evening from 8 to Myrtle Ruble, who has been with us 05 then washed and scoured. Obituaries, per line in the wher. ver he chm,n.l t.. b,. her to return to her duties VI at the reception halls at the handsince Christmas, tail.nl to .r.uo aid mt-ie- st school at this place, but recently she "ever The new partition put in by Mr. Geo. -, .,f cHinpfirv ami some new school building on Lexington hi and Miss them with The life of a railroad man, especial-'l- y showed a marked decline engagement, with keen sen-.- of Uv- street. The halls were artistically Smith of Lancaster is a piece of work bed- . station agents and those who must Robinson again hastened to her Because everything impure is removed a ready w,t, he was :.t all decorated in the Junior class colors, to be admired. The schools on either will be black and gold with yellow crysanthe-mum- s side of it are not bothered by noise, .deal with the traveling public, is not alde. The funeral obsequies -- "" H by our new process of cleaning. " - I" - l""es " PnmnhelUvillp tnrlav. Thursand frns. A delightful lunch- then it is easily pushed upward throwa pleasant one; he must brook the ill l.M in i hearted, whulesnul- day. Miss Robinson has the sincere A kind and tender temper and often insults of all classes ed gentleman, not a person in Garrard eon which consisted of hot chocolate, ing the two rooms together for chapel He comes in contact with sympathy of the entire community in i county who knew him. and there are salads, sandwiches, pickels, olives and services. of people We have had trouble with the heatBecause under high Vaciuum pressure those who are called from their warm her bereavement. few who did not, but will heave a sigh mints. The evening was a pleasant ing plant, but it is now doing nicely. Jjeds at unearthly hours to catch early to extract all dust and dirt under which or shed a tear of regret at his passing. .ne and will long be remembered by Flannery. j trains, and whose tempers are as a those who were present, which con- Mr. Haselden has finished his work on .E; the Wheat goes, renders it so. the system by connecting the furnace Mrs. Nora O'Hearn Flannery, wife not of the sweetest, sists of the following. imatter of course Here To Stay. ' r m- - irn.n- t?i. .Misses lona Dunn, Fav Acton, Char-lotte- e with the cistern, and placing a force .he must brook the irritability of the Ul nil. iiamci- X' lauiicij., AtA at. tUauitu They come and they go, but I am Pollitt, Janie Terrill, Annie B. pump in the basement. dyspeptic and the professional grouch, home of her father Mr. Thomas We are looking forward with pleasure here to stay. Tuesday Because everything is separated from Ballard, Ella Mae Hagan, Lena School.and with all he must keep his own O'Hearn near Marksbury gr Dr. William Pryor, Veterinary Sur- er and Kate Ham. Mr. Robinson Cook to February 2. 1914. At that time the the pure nutritious part of the Wheat .temper wholly unruffled and wear a morning after an illness of only a few Ro wands are to be with us. They Kernel. .nerpetual smile, although oftimes he days. The deceased was 25 years of geon, office at Raney's livery stable. and Miss Martha Tinder. Misses Sarah would like to come around in front and age and was married to Mr Flannery Wilmot, Elizabeth Holtzclaw, Lissa come to us on their way to Texas in After expending several hundred dollars and months of service of their Bureau. It is only by Retribution Overtakes Him At Least. ipunch respectability and politeness in October 1912. Funeral services were 5 Holtzclaw and Mr. Wood Wilmott. hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. conducted at the home of Mr. Thomas Miss Marie Ballard and Mr. Sterling accident that we get them for 20 per into his tormentors. as "Bunk" Nash, commonly known TRY A SACK. in the selection of people to occupy O'Hearn at 8 o'clock this, Thursday, Raum, Danville's most persistent and Herron, Miss Sarah M. Daniels, Mrs. cent of the gross receipts since the bureau prices them at $85. per night. zsuch position, competency is not the morning, by Father O'Brien of Rich- notorious blind tiger operator has at R. T. Embry "Boss" Miss Mae Powell, only requirement, particular stress is mond, after which all that was mortal last been placed behind the bars. Miss Helen Robinson, Mr. Joe Bryant, Mr. Rowand is to deliver his wonder: Bradly ful lecture, "Blowing Bubbles" as- fefglBlteYerQQv (Placed upon the fact that they must of this estimable young matron was Raum has been selling liquor illegally Miss Edna Gulley and Mr. rSiHfSJa forbearance, even under the placed at rest in the Lancaster ceme- in Danville for a great number of Bourne, Miss Viola Tribble and Mr. sisted by his wife who is a Cartoonist exercise and illustrates the lecture. most trying circumstances. In other tery. years. He has been arrested and con- Charles Zanone, Miss Nora Brown and We are organizing the boys of Buena words they are prid to be polite and Besides the sorrowing husband and victed time and again, and has paid Mr. James Hilton. Miss Beulah Cotton Vista into a corn club, and hope to be Dar-nol- d .politeness to the fullest measure is parents, the deceased is survived by a out a fortune in fines, but has always and Mr. Frank Conn, Mrs. Ethel able to offer some nice cash prizes for exacted of them by their em- bright babe, a boy a week old, and by by some hook or crook managed to and Mr. Harry Rainey, Mr. Milton the best corn grown by any boy, and ployers. The Louisville & Nashville four sisters and six brothers, all of evade the jail sentence. However, Henry Elliott, Mr. Gowen Bourne and tne greatest number of bushels per NtfrtNWVttMNMVttftMN Railroad Co. is distributing among its whom with the exception of one sister this time after fighting his cases Mr. Allen Johnson. acre. One of our good men has start eaplovees a bv David who lives it Louisville and was unable through all the. courts unsuccessfully, .. MissesMary and.Kate Holtzclaw and ed the- movement- off' by offering to give Gibson entitled '"Courtesy", and the to come, were present at the funeral. he has been landed in jail with a 150 Mr. John Rankin, Miss Lida Rainey and $5. toward the prize money. We will not advice and instruction embodied in Mrs. Flannery was a bright and at- day sentence to his credit. Raum Mr. Cecil Brown, Miss Pattie Anderson willing to stop short of $25. for each that small pamphlet might prove of tractive young woman and had a host owns nice residence property and a and Mr. Lucian 'Grant, Misses Wade, be prize with liberal second prizes. first inestimable value to people in other of friends throughout the county to all well equipped livery stable in Danville. Emma Walker and Mr. C. B. Acton, We have just received thirty five walks of life besides railroad work. Miss Eliza Todd and Mr. Earl Tatem, new books for the school library. This ofwhomitwill.be a source of deep We give below as much as possible grief that she should be taken just as Miss Willie Wilkerson and Mr. Charles makes our library number over 100 That Extra Help. tC the splendid advice offered in the she was blossoming into young womanB. Doty, Miss Bessie Wilkerson and volumes. All of our books may be hood. Editor the Advocate: little wotk. Mr. Harry Ware, Miss Jennie Cox and drawn by the children or the people of "Common courtesy is the business of I have read with interest the dis-th- e Mr. C. Sanders, Mr. Homer Bland, the community except about twenty Whittaker. ery man who meets the public, in Misses Mable Mason, Sue A. Brashear, volumes of reference works which are cussion, pro and con, concerning any capacity, be it ever so humble. Mr. Arch Whittaker died at his home employment of extra help in the legis- Prof, and Mrs. Caneer, Misses Dean, to be used in the school room onlv. Courtesy becomes a part of his trade, near Yates Center Kansas on January lature, as published in recent issues of Noland. Burnside and Mr. C A. ElNo children were ever more eager to to be applied in the face of resistance, 9th and his remains were interred in the Advocate. more, Miss Charlie Elmore Mr. Bert learn than the children of Buena Vista. the samp as it is a part of a carpen- the cemetery at Yates Center on the At the outset I want to say that Embry, Messrs Robt. Hewlett, Bur- many oi mem reaa two volumes per on following Sunday. Mr. Whittaker was heretofore I had made up my mind to nam West, Miss Patsy Kinnaird, Messrs weeK outside oi scnooi. ter's trade to apply a jack-plan- e We do not let outside reading or any wood, knots and even an about 75 years ofjige and had been in vote for Gov. J C. W. Beckham for Lige Ford, Joe Kavanaugh, Miss Bernie occasional nail head. declining health for some months pre- - United States Senator, but at this Lear Mr Ector Lawssn, Miss Elizabeth thing interfere with our daily recita 'iT.be man at the ticket window, the vious to his death. Collier Mr. Robt Tomlinson, Miss Lil- tions which we consider the thing of time I am on the fence. (local agent, the gateman, the con According to the Louisville Post, lian Cochran Dr. Wheeler, Miss Mamie greatest value offered by any school The deceased was born in Madison or-t- o duclor. tne trainman, or any man county, but the greater part of his Interior Journal and Elizabethtown S. Dunn Mr. Robt Kinnaird. Miss. Lucy Most of the preparation for recitation - life was spent in Garrard, up to about Npwh. all stronc Beckham papers, the Lawson, Miss Florence Johnson Mr. T. is done at home. We do not have but whose business it is to come in individual contact with the public, if he be- - twelve years ago when he moved to Legislature was organized by Beckham J. Price, Miss Gracie Mae Cochran and very few pupils who make i.o out. comes skillful in his work, must learn Kansas, settling near Yates Center and only Beckham men were given Mr. Glass B. Carrier, Miss Viola Beagle side preparation. We are sending a roll of honor with to restrain himself from often doing where he has since made his home. jobs. In other words, Beckham was and Mr. Billy Miller. Mr. Louis Tinder, vthat which is every man's natural in- He married Miss Martha West, a in complete control. That he was in Miss Mattie Adams and Mr. Billy this letter. We consider pupils worthy stinct to do in meeting discourteous, daughter of Turpin West of Madison complete control has never been denied Swope, Mr. B. W. Givens and Mr. of promotion provided they stand 70 or above in all of the branches required impatient and unreasonable people. county. He is survived by three sons, but in fact has been admitted freely by Paul Elliott, We the Juniors do especially thank in their grade, 'and pupils who stand If he is unable to do this he is Messrs James, Turpin and Robert both his friends and enemies. by nature for his job. Whittaker of Yates Center, the latter It is a self evident fact, therefore. the following for the kindness they 80 or above worthy of honor. Div. B. 1 Grade. We also have some nice shoats weighdid us at the reception Friday.evening. In a railroad, for instance, the man having married Miss Bruce Pumphrey, . that Governor Beckham and his Scott, Chester 99. the ticket window, the local agent, the emplov-phre- y Mrs. R. T. Embry, Mrs. J. E. Dicker-so- Ruble, Paul 98 a of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pum- - bers were responsible for pounds for sale. ing about the gateman, the conductor, and the Haselden Bro3. and Davidson & Lane, Henry H. 86 Hasty, Edgai 87. of Lancaster, and by one daugh- - nient of the extra help at great ex- Lane, Thomas 96 Hacker Bessie 99, To make the j Doty. trainman are the only point of con- ter who resides in Kansas City. pense to the taxpayers. Woods, Mattie 82 Scott. Christine 99. tact between the public and those who Arch Whittaker is well remembered proposition plain if Gov. Beckham McMurtry,Gover89 Preston, Sarah 98. manage the property for the thousands in Garrard county, where he ranked as could put over his entire slate with Right Of Motor And Horse On Street Graham, Luvonia 85. ..of stockholders who own it. one of our very best citizens. He lived perfect ease, which is admitted on all Div. A. JKewry man has ambition enough. in various parts of the county and won j s'.des then he could have as easily Equal. Congleton, Harm's 95 Graham Edna 95 lEveTy man in every position wants a place of esteem in every community knocked out the extra help resolution, Lane, William 95 Lane Anna 90. The substitution of motor for animal Florence, Edith 80 to mount higher, but merely wanting in which he dwelt. He was a membr j which, if not vetoed by Gov. McCreary Kubie, Agnes 98. does not get him higher. of and an active worker in the Chris - will cost the people something like power to transport freight through Graham, William 89 Hamilton, Salove 86 Vanderpool, Flossie 85. It is his performance of the imme- tian church, and was a man of the ' $12,000 at a time when the State is in the public thoroughfares has called for a definition of the relative rights and Second Grade. diate job that gets him higher. strictest integrity, and innumerable very serious need of funds, Hicks, Maggie 90 Any man, in any position, who can friends here at hia old home are deeply ' To me it is apparent that the extra duties of each class of vehicles in res- Houp, May 92 suppress himself and return the good grieved at the news of his death. help was added to assist in building up pect to the public roads and highways. Congleton, Cynthia 90 Woods, Ezra90. "When the motor truck first appear- Brickey, James 90 Ogg, Ethel 89 will of the institution that employs a Beckham machine at the expense of ff'X-3Y0K3ed on the public thoroughfares, many Scott, Taylor 87 McMurtry, Delbert95 the ill will of that part of the Salter. him for and in direct violation the of those using horses were antagonistic Ruble, Chenault 82. public who will display it, is surely constitution of Kentucky. It was with sincere regret that the of the e commercial ve.making his own prosperity; making of Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Thirty-ninextra people were given to the news was received in Lancaster of the With Shining Eyes himself a manager of men rather than employment which, in connection with hicle, mainly because horses took fright Grades above 80 per cent. of Captain Mik-- i Salter, which Jennings, Bennie. at the horseless truck, and the question Graham, Dora a man among men. all by the death at the Cunf. just and occured Orate Soldiers the regular employees provided by the naturally arose as to the rights of a Mayes, Mattie Ruble, Sunbeam. working out of a very simple, natural Home at Pewee Valley Kj. on last constitution, must certainly provide at motor truck in using the streets and Ruble, Ca.lton Scott, Nannie Belle. Jaw." Thursday and his remains were buried least one man to "help" every two roads which heretofore had been used Cong'etoi Katie. Brown, Addie The pamphlet is appare.it y, but neat-C- y in To those members of tne legislature. the cemetery adjun.ing the institu- There were Dietrick, Charlie exclusively by horses. Scott Edwin. worded bits of admonition, but in tion on the following day. after funer- familiar with conditions at Frankfort those radical and narrow enough to say Mages, Mable Scott, Lila K. fact is direct instructions, a minanire al services in the Chapel of the Home it is an easy matter to understand that -Ruble, Marie. that the owr.er of a motor truck, had Hamilton, Gladys '.book of rules", from whiji should by Rev A. N. White. The all these extra people are a disadvanthe children wait for the highway. employees deviat-- , and conducted Scott, Rachel. Ruble, Sadie anv one of its tage to the speedy conduct of the bus- no right to use burial wa conducted with military you to cut the cake Scott, Ruble. .that deviation be reported to those honors by the comrades by whose side iness of the General Assembly, as they The right to use the the public high- Woods. Thessa Congleton, Walter. 'higher up", the erring employe will he fought during the Civil- - war. He are naturally in the way of each other. ways having been settled in favor of Buchley, Delia you have made with McMurtry, Oreon. be strictly diciplined. even to the point is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mattie by the evidence at hand, the power propelled vehicle, questions Ogg, Ray Judging arose regarding what the motorvehicle Mayes, Mattie Blown, Stella. White Swan Flour of losing his position. Louisville. Capt. Salter Beckham's control of the Legislature and could not do in the rigid instruc- Grinnan of Seventh Grade. As a result of these proving an expensive proposition to driver could do has been in failing health for several is tions, railroad employees are as a years, but his death was the result of the people of Kentucky, manner of driving. He was legally on Congleton, Lamor 80 Scott, Sadie 80. Don't feat their anticipations of something extra will not road, not to stand still, but to Hicks, Ella 80 Moore, Cg 82. and accommodating. usual thing polite steps of the institution, and for one I am on the fence, almost the a fall dowp the be realized. Use of WHITE SWAN FLOUR insures a perEight Grade. Occasipnally we find an exception, but which he sustained several months ago. ready to take footing on the opposite move. How should he navigate his Ogg, Hazel 80. vehicle? Why, just the same as the Scott, A. T. Jr. 85 fectly delicious cake if the other ingredients are as good. should his shortcjmmgs reach the ears born in Lancas- side. Micheai Salter was horse driver, except that he should Mayes, Henrietta 84 Walton. Lillian 88 DEMOCRATIC'TAXPAYER. of his superiors, he will soon find him-.se- lf ter on the 13th, day of November 1839. Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making. It is splendid. his car was caus- Frost, Janie B. 90 Lane. Ruth R. 85. force-- to either mend his manners The above article is taken from the stop if he found that His entire life up to the last few years Ruble, Clint 80. fright to a horse. Scott, Willian 80 arr seek o'ur employment. was spent among the scenes of his Danville Advocate, and we heartily ing Ninth Grade. Aside from stopping for a frightened Several years ago he went agree with "Democratic Taxpayer" childhood. driver Of a motor truck has Askins, Ternan 99 Askins. Nettie 95. Mrs. Osee Bush in except as to being "on the fence". horse, the Tfce ladies of the Baptist church wil t live with his sister Jennings, Lucy 85, no more duties, and as many rights as Skinner, Tevis 80 St., Louis Mo., but owing to failing Our foothold has long since been strong Evans. Ethel 90? hare tf exchange, at W. 'B. Ball's health he came back tothe Home at ly secured on what we believe to be the horse driver. The rights of each Scott, Bernyce85 'ScQrt.liHa?old-80- " Tson, Nettie 80 m&rffmmmd, aee.'aext Saturday. in the use of the highway are' equal. PaMMIfey ahd.the flatter days of the right side. DEATHS. School Notes. s 1 I I Glen Lily FLOUR. o PURE i I Why Clean? Why Pure? ! d.c.-uu,- Why Sanitary? .., m Why Wholesome? GARRARD MILLING CO. rani M 3ikw2) little-pamphl- For Sale: We have seven heifers cross-graine- to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. 80 mem-daught- er n. I I Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co . tax-paye- rs ('XXeX power-propell- I I I u 5l"jEa69tf's'' X 3 to Watering Mouths l I s I. x I 8 i I I tax-ridd- i I 1 ! Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills mymwmQmmrm M&smsS I ss-- A M. v r, , Z --- ' ( The Central Record, rnday Jan 23, 1914. Page 5 .y; SgfeSSBC j. ys: S55 OUR WHITE SALE y. I I I 1 s BEGINS IOI TO-DA- Y. I This sale marks the beginning of the Spring season of 1914, as we will have on display a great many I' exclusive styles of Fine Imported Wash Fabrics in Linen and Cotton in all the new colors. Most of these are styles which cannot be had later in season. We do this to induce early buying so as to keep business going in what would be a dull time. In the sale will also be included a fine assortment of entirely new Imported Novelties in Crepes and Ratines. 1 line of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Table Sets; Linen Lawns, Linen MFW 1XLW I 3 I LOW Sheetings, and all kinds of Fancy Linens will be on sale at specially DUrlrK) I HIS Our Entire Line of WHITE GOODS of every kind will be on Sale at Reduced Prices during this Sale. I 1 I niin UUK nnirc hunin, KflLCS Suits 39l. 1 M In our stock will be found every grade of Table Linens from 50cts to $4. yard. Napkins from $1.25 to $12 dozen. Towels from lOcts to $1.50 and all will be decidedly marked down for this sale ONLY, & j All Cloaks and Half-pric- e 1 '.V A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. p. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. I I - I vsBBMMHHHHVHBaaBaBHHBHVBaBHIBHBaBHHHBaMBIBaMMBHBHaHHaHHHHIMHHIMHMBaaaaaBMBBvw4 H BaBHBMHBHHHBHHHnMnaHaHHM Rev. .33 YOUR J. W. Beagle ACCOUNT IS Please call and settle, we need the money. J. R. MOUNT, SOIN & CO. Ki-3C 3C 31 IE ." Your SHOE U SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any body can sell shoes. Butjto 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. R. S. BROWN. 31 IC 3C 3C 3C 7 V' We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. i flUr Pi kU nr.UVA .W IllXIIIri our office and have a little lumber talk. We can give you some tips well worth know ing. If you propose' to build, enlarge or FXMM j&WJSJESl LUMBER office 1 rf ,u D if I improve this season tell us your plans and we will tell you the best kind of lumber to use and how much or little you need. We charge you nothing for advice and only moderately for the lumber you require. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg 'ft0 lW Go. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ! Sinks, and Miss Elliott, of Kansas V. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson, are being congratulated since the advent of a City. Fresh fish at Currey's. handsome litjle son in their home who Lancaster people are in receipt of will be known as master William New the following announcement:- A 6ricf Mention of the Comings and Bring your produce to C. D. Powell's ton Simpson. Goings by Those We Are Interested In. Mrs. Sarah Gregory Thorn store. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday announces the marriage of her daughter Annie Thorn Doty Country jowl and Kale at Currey's. Mrs. W. R. Cook is at home from a afternoon with Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie Can you beat it. Mrs. J, J. Pursley is at home from a pleasant visit with Louisville friends. to and discussed the important theme Mr. John Thomas Purdy stay in the city of Atlanta. Miss Mamie Dickerson, of Richmond, "Greek Culture and Art in the Time I will pay the highest market price of Alexander." Wednesday, January the seventh Miss Eunice Prather is at home from is with Miss Bessie Brown for a visit. one thousand nine hundred and fourteen for your produce. C. D. Powell. Mr. David Ross age 66 years and a pleasant visit in Madison. Miss Emily Murphy of Stanford, is Paris, Kentucky. little Miss Cecil Batson 7 years old Everything new and at At Home Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin were the guest of her cousin Miss Sallie T. were given a combined birth-da- y dinner Smith. Powell's store near depot. Millersburg Kentucky. visitors in Harrodsburg Sunday. on Monday, and it proved a happy The bride is well known and has been Miss Margarite Hurt visited her memorable day for both old and young. Leave orders for Magazines at Mrs. O. P. Huffman of Stantord is aunt Mrs. Sallie Wells the first of the a frequent visitor in Lancaster where Stormes Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ross Bastin who she has innumerable friends. Lere visiting Mrs. M. D. Hughes. week. She is Mrs. Dolly Brown. have just moved into their new home the widow of the late Lewis Doty and Mrs. Davis Sutton, is in Lexington, will Mrs. Overstreet, of Little Hickman is entertain The Bible Class and W. danghter-in-laof Capt. J. A. Doty. for a stay with her sister, Mrs. Kirby Ross Bastin'? Sunday school clas3 visiting her mother Mrs. Dr. Evans. For rent: Three front bedrooms. on The Record joint in best wishes for Grimes. this Friday evening, in an agreeable long life and prosperity to Mr. and Mrs Furnished. Mr. Robert Cotton of Michigan is the Miss Mattie Adams will go to Rich- and substantial way. Mrs. C. D. Powell. Purdy. guest of his cousins the Misses Jones. mond next week to enter the Normal The "Arts and Crafts" of the PresMr.- - W. H. Goodloe waf confined to institute. Lancaster friends and relatives of The money for Jurors is here and byterian missionary society, met the groom are in receipt of the follow- ready to be paid. Call at Sheriffs his home by illness several days of last Miss Harvey Dunn, of Danville, is afternoon with Mrs. Saufley office and receive same. week. over for a weeks visit to her aunt, Mrs. Hughes on Richmond avenue. Refresh- ing announcement, accompanied by B. F. Robinson, Trustee of cards stating that the "newleyweds" ments were served and the meeting Miss Agnes Miles is at home from a J. R. Mount. Jury Fund. will be at home at the Hotel Tulsa, visit to Miss Nancy Long, in Madison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, of Madi very much enjoyed by all present. Tulsa Okla. after March 1st. My Stock of general merchandise is county. son, are the guerts of their daughter, Little Miss Jennie Wheeler, who has Mrs. Maria Louisa Johnson complete and I will appreciate your ' Ro33 been attending school at Midway, reMrs. R. S. Brown is in Kirksville has the honor of trade. C. D. Powell. Mis3 visiting her daughter Mrs. Raymond announcing the marriage of her Mrs. E. L. Owsley left Wednesday turned home last Saturday. vVheeler was recently stricken with Hendren. to spend the rest of the winter in daughter Bargain Here. appendicitis, and was unable to resume Mabel Louise Mr. A. C. Prewitt from Louisville Orlando, Florida. To close out our partnership, we will her studies. Her many friends wish to was the guest-o- f Miss Joan Modnt Sat Mrs. M. D. Hughes was hostess at her a speedy recovery. sell at a bargain, 60 acres of land, two Mr. Charles Wesley West urday and Sunday. a well appointed dinner at her home miles from Lancaster. Mrs. Theodore Winlersmith will on Saturday, the third of January Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price will be in on Water street. Herndon & Walker give an informal tea this afternoon at One thousand nine hundred and fourteen Danville this week visiting Dr. and Messrs N. B. Price and Joe F. Price her home in Belgravia Court for Mrs. at Norfolk, Virginia Mrs. S. P. Gtant. Town Property For Sale. are in the city of Atlanta, for a visit W. R. Cook, of Lancaster, who is the The groom, Charles Wesley West i3 of several days. guest of Mrs. Ernest Sprague, and for a former Lancaster boy, and one of My house and lot on Lexington street R. H, Batson, left the first of Mrs. He Lancaster, Cy. for $4500. Miss Sallie T. Smith, spent part of Mrs. Thomas Robertson, of New Al- whom we may justly feel proud. the week for a stay of two weeks at bany. Louisville Post. is a son of the late J. Wesley and Mrs. this week with her sister Mrs. Lynn Martinsville, Ind. Mrs. Fannie Walker. A number of social functions have Jennie West, the latter now residing Clark at Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Charles went to Tulsa been given in honor of Mr. Waller in "Tulsa. Miss Florence McLean, of Nashville, sons spent Sunday in Nicholasville Hudson who is back for a visit in his several years ago and entered the real Tennessee is the attractive guest of with Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan. "Old Kentucky Home" after several tstate field and has made a splendid Miss Annie Bell Burnside. years absence. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie success. Mr. H. B. Northcoot attended the Mrs. Charles C. Humber, was the was hostess of a 6 o'cloclc dinner for The Record joins everyone, forevery-o- n funeral of his relative Judge Thomas If Your Business Is Small Try in Lancaster is his friend, in wishpleasant guest of her sister Mrs. her brother, and he was also the honor at Vanceburg, on last Tuesday, a Little Ad. and Watch Your ing Charlie and his bride a long, happy Robert R. Burnside Sunday. guest at an inviting dinner at the home :::: BUSINESS GBOW. ;::: Miss Marie Brannan of Wildieis here of Mrs. Marshall K. Denney. as well and prosperous life. Mr. and Mrs. Oatley Burke and son, with her uncle Mr. Henry Moors and of Silver Creek, have been visiting as being the recipient of a substantial has entered the Lancaster Graded Mr. and Mrs. John Civil Service Examinations, course dinner at the hospitable home of Sanders. Farm Wanted. ! school. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh. The United States Civil Service Com Mesdames Alex West and James I want to buy a small, well improved. Mrs. Lizzie Best Staupede who has uuaaerar are Miss Lula McQuitty Lillard, daugh- mission has announced the following in Nicholasville visiting been in Lexington visiting friends is Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Denman. ter of Col. and Mrs. Eph. Lillard, of dates and places for civil service ex- well watered, productive farm on a Give price now with her grand-mothDanville, Secretary to Senator Bradley, aminations in Kentucky for positions good pike near Lancaster. Mrs. Mary Misses Bryant and Farley, of and George Harrison Braddock, of in the various departments at Washing- and full description. Ann Best. Bryantsville, were guests tor several Washington, were married at the home ton Lock Box No. 367, Mr. Fred Batterton is in Lancaster days of Miss Helen Robinson. Pd. Cassville. Missouri. of the bride's father, 211 East Capitol Ashland, March 11th, April 15th and for a stay of several months as buyer Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell are in street. The ceremony was witnessed 18th. for Spears and Company, Hemp dealers Automobile For Sale. Lincoln, visiting Mrs. Leavell's parents, by only the relatives of the couple. Bowling Green, March 11th and 15th in the city of Paris. The Rev. John C. Ball, pastor of the and April 15th. We have for sale a 1912 E. M. F. 5 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Acton have Metropolitan Baptist Church, of WashCovington, March 11th and April 15 five passenger 30 H. P. automobile in Miss Lizzie Bettis who has recently ington, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Brad and 21st, returned from a pleasant stay with finished a perfeet condition. This sale is to successful school has enterfriends in Middlesboro, Big Stone Gap ford have gone to New York and BosLexington, March 11th and April wind up a partnership business and if ed the Richmond Normal again. and Harrogate, Tenn. ton on a wedding trip. They will live 15thand 20th, sold at once will sell at a bargain. Mrs. D. C. Sanders and mother, Mrs. in Washington, where the bridegroom Herndon & Walker. Middlesboro, March 28th. Miss Sarah Reid has resigned her Alex Layton, were with Mrs. and Mrs. has a position in the Patent Office." Ower.sboro. March 11th and 26th and position in the Lancaster Telephone Ex- L. T. Bradshaw for a short visit. For Sale Muskogee Okla., Daily Phoenix: April 15th. change and accepted a more lucrative Paducah, March 11th and 24th and I Miss Nannie B. Herring, who ha? Mrs. G. S. Gaines and Miss Nannie acres land near Hyattsville Ky. 154J one in the Stanford office. I been visiting friends and relatives in ' Gaines paid a very pretty compliment April 15th. If not sold by March 1st. would lease Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker have Harrodsburg. has returned home. to their house guest, Mrs. H. E. Benj At Work In Behalf Of The Political to one or more parties for tobrcco or removed to Paint Lick, where Mr. hemp. I Mesdames Mattie P. Frisbie and Ed. son, of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. O. F. Walker will become a member of the Rights Of Women. Address, Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. Price were week-en- d guests of W. C. Sinks, of Tulsa, in the tea they gave firm of Treadway & Woods. yesterday afternoon at their home Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Price and Mrs. Price, of Danville. Mrs. Thomas J.Smith, recently presi- 1210 West Okmulgee avenue. The reMrs. Stephen Poor and little grand dent of the State Federation; Miss Re- Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. Mr. J. P. Bourne, and Miss Mar- ception rooms were beautifully decorason Walker Brown Holcomb of Buena becca Averill and Mrs. Desha Breck Vista have been visiting at the home garite Hurt, motored to Lexington, ted with baskets of red carnations and j Saturday and were guests at the "Le- - ferns placed in every nook and corner inridge, who are prominently identified I Strayed. of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. iana of the rooms. A window seat in the with the club movement as officers and From my place near Cartersville. a A handsome picture of Miss Judith chairmen, are actively at work in hall of ferns ,.r,a,cer nurt- - 0I reensDurg, werewa3 a bankpoinsettias. with which Frankfort in behalf of the cause of small black mare mule, saddle scar on James Dainels. the daughter mingled Th floral me later part 01 back, shod all round, coming 3 year J of Mrs. E. E. Daniels of this city ap- -, political rights for women. room were old. Last heard of near Preachers-vill- e. peared in Saturdays Couier Journal. ' e mo"th for a visit t0 hls uncIe' Mr-- decorations in the dining A bill permitting a vote on a poinsettias and ferns. Green and red Henry Hurt, and family, giving the franMessrs Chas Speith and James, Christmas festoons were strung from James I. Hamilton. Mingua motored here from Morelandl M133 Lettie May McRoberts gave a the chandelier to the corners of the chise to women will be introduced early ' 111 tuc icgiaiauvc scssiuiu M nH rook Party on ,a3 Friday evening, the room. The chandelier, Sundftv nd orA mioaK. nf m- t a nBUCC 1" T ft which hung 10 lax l J"5- Suffrage headquarters have been Mrs. W. A. Speith at the Kengarlan. honor gueat bein Mr- - Wal!er c-- Hud over the center of the table, was wrapopened in the Capitol Hotel and a meet Under the new Revenue law I will sun, mie 01 uenver uoioraao ped in smilax, and from it hung a dome Miss Joan Mount is in Frankfort for ing held in the hotel lobby with the be compelled to advertise your property Miss Elizabeth Gibbs entertains Fri- of tulle, fern and poinsettias, which the handsome reception to be given I was lighted from within with tiny col- women mentioned above taking part. for sale if taxes are not paid at once. by the Governor at the new day 'night, in honor of Miss Florence Mrs., Breckinridge presented the mat-- 1 This means you. Mansion and is the guest of Miss McLean, of Nashville Tenn.. who is ored electric lights. On the center of ter to the lawmakers assembled in a Respectfully the tablet, under the dome, was . a Stella Shaw Miss Mount will also be ! visiting Miss.AnnieB.lle Burnside.' """G. T. Ballard. handsome center- manner that was characteristically iro- I present at the Govenors b.all Miss Wadelee Parks will leave in A piece. The lights all through the pelHng. Sheriff of Garrard county. Gossip About People NNN for a few days. Mr. Frank Conn guest at Paint Lick. Miss Wade left this week to enter the Normal School in Richmond. Mr. Gibb Turner, of Lexington, is the guest of Mr. William Marsje. few days for an extended visit to her rooms were shaded with red and green. brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Receiving with Mrs. Gaines and Miss I was the week end Parks 438 Walnut St.. Lexington, Ky. Gaines were Mesdames Berson and I is in Covington, r " J Wed-nesd- Mr3-Joh- n BSftfflKIHEg :- ! """. I " tf. Page 6 Children Cry for Fletcher's csssa TIMMINS' The Central Record, Fnaay Jan. 23, 1914. 0$$lX By HORACE DEMING. rrvy OLD DOG REJQINS MASTER RENUNCIATION Faithfulness of Dumb Animal Won Appreciation That Took the Form of Practical Assistance. Although every one pitied him and wanted to be kind to him and there was not a home in the town that would not have been glad to take him in and keep him, Bruce, a shepherd dog, wandered disconsolately about the streets of an Arkansas town. He was pining for the only master he had ever known. For fifteen years he had had all that a dog wants a good home and somebody to love continuously, and now that his old master had gone away to California he was broken-heartePerhaps, too, he grieved over his master's fallen fortunes and the fact that he had failed in business and bad been compelled to remove to another place. Surely it was a hard fate that parted an dog from his friend. But kind eyes and sympathetic hearts noted the old dog as he tramped wearily around the town, seeking the one who was all the world to him and refusing to attach himself to any other. Touched by the dog's misery, some one proposed that a collection be taken to send Bruce to California to his master. The suggestion met with enthusiastic approval. The hat was passed and it required but a few minutes to secure enough money. One of the old dog's friends made a crate, furnished it with enough food to last him a week, and Bruce was started on his long journey to Tejoin his master. And now, in the town where Bruce lived so long, they miss their old favorite; but a warm glow comes over the heart when some one remarks about the happiness that must have come to the faithful old fellow when be found his master. ever-faithf- ul life-lon- g A Money Saving. SaSSSaCSSNsN The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of and lias been mauo nnucr Jiis sonal supervision since its infancy. IrAuccUiC Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are hut All Counterfeits. Imitations and " 12pcriiuents that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience agaiiibt Experiment. per-Stf-j- ifJust-as-sood I'rops and Soothing Syrups. 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INCORPORATED $1.00 Per Year In Advance. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Letter Heads. Statements. Note Heads. Al a Print. Bill Heads. File Statements. Book Work. Sale Bills. Posters. Galling Cards. Business Cards. Circuler Letters. INKS. Black, Red, Blue, Purple, Brown and Green. Lei Ifs Serve I ovr UU anzs. 31 Bob Tlmmlns was only a woodworker and worked in tbe finishing room of tbe big factory. He had V I ViV,,,,liiiV,,.,,,W no education and could hardly read and write. He had through drifted life until he was twenty - eight, spending what money he earned carelessly, and the had no future definite shape or form to him. When Bow was twenty-sia new influence entered his life. He fell blindly and desperately in love with Minnie Carson, the pretty daughter of the foreman. She had a good education, haying z been sent to the Vi r ' Whoopstown Feseminary male after graduating from the public schools. Also she was ambitious and belonged to literary clubs. Once she had a piece in IS WWIS&IS the Dally Palladium. It was in the AlSxsi form of a communication, was nearly a column long and was signed with BAKSNG POWDER her name in full, Minnie MInena Carson. It was entitled "The Status of the Women of Ancient Greece Compared With That of the Amencar Women of Today." Bob had seen it work. Sim-I- y and treasured the paper among his follow your cus-- t few valuables. Had he heard the com CAN LEARN FROM THE PAST .:. estuary lr.c tbed of ment of the editor of the Palladium, "I don't know what in thunder it Poultry Breeders of Today Might r.cld :i little means, but we've got to gie the Profit by a Study of Methods less cf v :.5'!i::tt than Used by the Egyptians. women a show or down goes the clr " rrcl:r:.ry i cs'lation," he might not ha felt sc its mnAa Trio nnnminnnmonr itr n much awe. ba'..i:i, cicler. Tb.cn The one great thought the piece In British scientist that he has discovt be ult. the paper gae Bob was that to ac- - ered how the ancient Egyptians incucl evenj quire this dhiuity he would have tc bated chickens to the number of a year. He has found inculift himself to a plane somewhat ap ly n.isul I he baking proaching hers. He was confirmed in bators which he declares were used comes Ire:., the oven this idea by overhearing a bit of con in Egjpt 5,000 years ago. moretempting, tastier, The secret has been well guarded, lersation between Miss Carson anc Stokes, the assistant secretary of the but it is laid bare at last. They had more wholesome. company, who was very sweet oe no oil stoves or gas or electric heated Calumet insures the Miss Carson. incubators, but they had ovens which Inking of r.n cspcrt. Ask One day they stood near where Bot w orked much better, even though they was working and he overheard theit required more constant tending. Each otir grocer to!; fZPz2&T?l K conversation. It was all about books oven was calculated to hold 7,000 y 1 Received and authors and plays and philosophj eggs, and the fuel by which it was Highest and poetry and theories of life anc heated consisted of chopped straw and things of which Bob had a very din: dung, but for the last ten days of the comprehension. But his love was hatching the energy was supplied alovermastering and when once he rec- together by the chickens themselves. R Food Expos,- frS ognized his passion he set about find It is the commonest error of those ing a way to gratify it with the samt operating our modern incubators to W il'mois. lyi IRjrSfSutSJ dogged persistence that had made hire use too much heat, especially toward ' Paris Exposi- (W KW the best workman in the shop. Grasp the end of the period, and now we ing the idea that learning was the may learn from the old Egyptians how first step to put him within hailing not to do things as well as bow to do distance of the maiden of his choice them. The use of the straw and other he enrolled himself in a night school light fuel shows that the Egyptians and began slowly to master the rudl were most careful to avoid too inwlien y.tt bay dteap or Yea ionf t tars nc-ments. tense heat at any stage. We thought tfiLicr powder. Don't be muled. Boy dunes. It's more economcal more wtcleome In the meantime Stokes had beer ' that we were the first to use incubatires best resuu. (.alomet is lar superior to scar mux aod soda. intrenching himself more and more ic tors, but we are fifty centuries behind Miss Carson's heart. He was hand the times. some, college bred, of a good family with a position in the best society How to Keep Eggs Eleven Months. drawing a good salary and with every One of the oldest methods of pre-se- n reason to anticipate rapid advance ing eggs Is to dip them" In a bath II of silicate of ment and a liberal inheritance. soda, or "liquid glass;" was altogether natural that Miss Car but recently the wisdom of this methson should regard him with favor. od has been questioned, it being said But Bob knew that Stokes was noi that the eggs absorb soluble silica in all that the husband of Miss Carson sufficient amount to make them unfit should be and he bided his time. Hi; to be eaten. Should be Engraved or opportunity came. He was waltin? Dr. Eartlett, an English chemist. for a street car one day when Stokes j has been testing eggs so preserved, Embossed nowadays. came down the street. Just as he was and has proved conpassing Bob a woman met him. She tains free soda that if the bath It reflects good taste and the eggs absorb it and greeted him with a broken-hearteBecome like jelly. But i their whites cry. at once creates a favorable nhen a ten per cent, solution of sili "Harry, Harry," she cried. "Ot cate of soda be used there is none of impression. where have you been? Why have you this absorption. After being imdeserted me?" mersed for eleven months the eggs Suppose you come and see Stokes pulled the pathetic, weeping contain no more silica than alien the many beautiful samples creature into a hallway out of sight, fresh. They are in very much better but Bob could not help hearing what condition than when preserved for the we have and get our prices. was said. same length of time by freezing, as "You promised to marry me, you the pores of their shells are herTHE know you did, a hundred, five hundred metically closed. times. And after it was too late you ran away and I found that you had Spondylotherapy. lied to me and that I do not even Spondylotherapy is the gospel of know your real name." ' What Stokes said was in so low a seeing red. It has been invented and voice Bob did not hear it. But the promulgated by a San Francisco phy-- j sician, and already numbers Its little woman replied: "I don't want to be taken care of in squad of devotees. The spondjlotherapists declare that that way. ,1 want an honest name for myself and my child. I can work my red is the greatest human energizer. fingers off for food and shelter, but I A man or woman who is an habitual want an honest name and I want victim of weariness may be stirred to ambition and activity by wearing a you, Harry, because I love you." Stokes said something else and they red shirt, red stockings or a red neckwent up the stairs in the office build- tie. A room papered or painted a glaring red is the ideal workshop. ing. Redness tends to bring out the maxi"Mr. Timmins." There is Bob turned and encountered a white mum of human efficiency. face close to his. It was that of Min- no case of laziness so serious that it nie Carson. She evidently had heard cannot be cured by persistent treatment the conversation In the stairway. His heart gave a great, triumphant leap. rr ifccJsiijBJ il hM Why He Left Scotland. "Wasthat Mr. Stokes talking to At a Caledonian banquet in Lonthat girl in there? I came along just after they went in. From the glimpse don a Scotsman who bad settled in I got I thought it was he. Was it?" the metropolis made a speech, in Bob never thought so fast in his which Scotland and all things ScotHotel Henry Watterson life. As he looked into the anxious tish w ere so iulsomely praised that an eyes and drawn face of the girl he Englishman, who sat next him, said LOUISVILLE. 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Wo-- ,, Aii THE DANVILLE BREAKS Our sales for the past 3 days were over three hundred thousand, with an average of $13.75 Competition is strong and Prices are climbing every day. 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. Amtnj those who made good averages last two days on entire stock are . 315.90 Murphy and Leathere, Lincoln Co, 1630 lb3, avg $16.22 N. Allin. Casey Co. 720 lbs. agerage 16.30 Everatt Cochran. Lincoln Co. 770 lbs, average W. H. Murphy, Lincoln Co, 2570 average $17.48 Wood & Shackelford. Mercer Cc, 1805 lbs, average $16.05 $17.63 Scott Lynn, Casey Co, 1070 lbs, average $16.75 Beazlev and Daly, Lincoln Co, 1330 lbs, average Morgan and Bryant. Lincoln Co, 1710 lbs, average $16,73 Tom Merriman, Boyle Co, 3110 lbs, average $16.57 Anderson and Mclane, Boyle Co, 1605 lbs, average, . ..$16.15 Write us fo.i Improved Burley Tobacco Seed. Accept them with our compliments. They cost you nothing. 1 WAKOS . I MtKlW10l0W Listen, Listen, Sell your Tobacco over the Danville Breaks where you have competition in selling. Listen. Go where your trade is appreciat ed. A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One Gets the Dirt. You are invited to the old Re liable Shop. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. ' A. M. BOURNE Danville Tobacco Warehouse Go Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. f incorporate!!. Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT. President. - Danville, Ky. - Phone ALLEN HIEATT.Secretary. . . Lancaster, -- Kentucky. m t m wmammmmimmmmw mtw i iiw m m iKiMBkrftt.i.i.h..bi jit. Jleiiron . Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, ! Childrens Hair. Week By Week. the Statements NAllKSISimi'. of MIU'U VK. Read top of second page. Mr. Huston Gulley is ill at his home Keep It Clean And Read top of second page. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn returned here. Wholesale prices direct to the Lancaster Residents. Mr. J. P. Bowner bought of Edd Using Parisian Sage. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Rose were j from their wedding trip last week. -- -- Lancaster, consumer. I have a full line Kentucky week it was a Lancaster the guests of Mrs. J. S. Gilbert Thurs- Grow a mule price $110. If you want your children to grow up Last snoke. The week before, it Mrs. Stallard Hill Danville, was the day. of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and who guest of Mrs. Riley Ison Saturday and Mr. J. I. Crawford bought of Mr. with strong, beautiful and vigorous will be pleased to submit samwas a Lancaster citizen who spoke. Sunday. Miss Lillie Mae Arnold has returned Julins Spivy a cow price S50. teach them to use Parisian Sage, hair, ples and prices. Terms spot drug or toilet The week before, and for many weeks j Mrs. B. K. Swopo has been confined to her home after a visit to Mrs. Ed which can be had at any Mr. Edd Grow bought of Mr. J. I. Arnold. before it was a Lancaster citizen who , cash. counter. It is one of the best, most to her bed with rheumatism for sevspoke. And again this week it is a Mrs. Lee Brown and son Bascom Hamilton a flock of sheep at S6.50 per pleasant and invigorating hair tonics i eral davs. Lancaster man. You are not asked to visited Mrs. William Cotton at Rich- head. W.BUSfl NELSON, on the market. Miss Mary Chesnut, is visiting her mond last week. Little Miss Christine Speaks under the hair and act upon the word of a stranger. The sister Mrs. John Woods in Lexington, Parisian Sage cleanses Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Arnold are rejoic- went an operation for throat trouble iruiuance .mar. is numaniy uossiuie .! spaln from dust and excessive ..:io I Dest " E. IV". Jorron-- , Grailaute Optician 1. to give you the encouraging word of u,lb ween. ing over the arrival of a tine boy at Sunday. dandruff, itching scalp Quickly removes Miss Elizabeth Simpson, was hostess their home January 17th. neighbors, is always given. and falling hair. Hair that is thinning Messrs Joe R. Duncan and Irvin Dean Will C. Davis, Danvilie Pike, Lan- - at an elaborate dinner to the bride and faded, matted or stringy almost out, spent the latter part of the week with i Dunn last fluffy, luxuriant caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney groom Mr. and .Mrs. James immediately becomes relatives in Jessamine Co. Pills have done me more good than Thursday. and radiant with life. and anything else and I can recommend jir. Brown has sold his little farm Rev. Thomas Owens is no Letter at .Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery of Get a large 50 cent bottle from R. E. RICHMOND. KY. them to everyone. .My kidney action which he purchased a short time since this writing. McKoberta & Son. He will refund your was irregular and I had backache" I from Johnson Speaks, to Ike Nay lor, E. G. Hammack, bought a tow from mj S1.d A Training ith h f money if you are not satisfied. Pai ihian used Doan's Kidney Pills and they re- terms not known. J. W. Coldiron for ?39.00 JilV ; if;, ,'ISchool for 7 Sage "is equally good for "grown-ups- " r. and Mrs. Sam Duncan.of Burgin lieved me." Rev. A. C. Baird. sold his farm to! ' Opposite Pist Ofllt-Rev. J. W. Mahan preached an exand children. Every one needs it. of Ithe.,r brotI,fr J!r- tn" "When Your Back is Lame -- Remember a a.t Pit i?T i Mr. Green of Berea. for ? W30.0') f K .ii r. t cellent sermon from the text "They t. Chas. Duncan aril lamily Thursda Bath In Connection. the Name." Don't impl ask for ... him must woiaiiip him in ) bquire J. H. Coluiron. bougnt six, jj,t a Kidney remedy ask distinctly for that woiohip JUDSO.V. ' Doan's Kidney Pills, th same that Mr. spirit ami truth" Sunday afternoon shoats from E. G. Hammack for $1.00 lVs L'!''-t!,i ""tRomery spent Sat- W. II. Furr rented his John Beazley Davis had- - the remedy (lacked by some "Pray ye the Lord of the harvest that second page. har-- ! r.lar to ",i;"1 """ Read lop of he would send laborers into his i" Mr. WikonHnm.h of Berta.1""' testimony. bOc all store.. parents Mr. and Mrs. V.. B. Mont-- ; '5C, vest." Mra. Sam On raited Mrs Bee Clark, bum Co ; pifljjs Uattlll0m N Y lt'1 vJ'Vw gotnery. Friday. At a recent meeting of the ladies W. H. Furr bought O. V. Giilispies j HI. working .society Miss M.iry CiieMiut farm price private, possession to be ' Mis. Lizzie PrestMi and hojs moveJ fill. Bill Mathews is some belter at HAMHfi.CK Wednesday frorti near Rryantsville to a Miss Eu-- 1 was electe I f this writing. given abodt Match loth, 191-- . house rented from .Mr. Johnson Spei''- genia l'olhiru secretary, there van no i Physician and Surgeon. Mr. G. N. Ray spent Sunday with j Read top of second page. Several of the tobacco laisers f near Locust Grove. change in the other oillcers. The so- - this News is scarce here this week. j Loyti. Ur. Arron Ray, near ne:ui'Icrhocd s0!d their tobacco will meet at the l evidence of D. Mr. Ollie Buan visited his parents ciety ).ri-i-- . Mr. Jas Stone and family mcvul Kr-- , The LAXCASThX. KY. last v.vek at National Weekly Mr. Ben Pollard has moved to his) Sunday. Svvope at 2 o'clock I". M. nest Tnuis- - i day to his farm recently purchn-e- d nar Or?; - Phone 6. i'h- - . K. horn near Nicholasvjile new ' ; Born to the wife rf Claude Archer, lay. Hebron and Mr. Weloy Thompson . Mr. nnd airs. Edd Eason .vere with , a on mh moved to tl-- house seated by Mr. ; friends Sanday, at Bryantsville. )9Sc 0"c Ho'.ra Luther McQuerry's children aie on Stone near Locust Grove. ,n t nt il this j ear m to ri. 1 p. ra. to L xtotaws' 1 STANFORD. , Miss Clarice Pollard visited Mrs. Let- - tl k j t ti ; ) CollUr's hat been U hisses Vena. SJIieawI Lillian M- . ?P'S K'f'"AS tie Bolton last week'near Coy n.y. Mr. James M. Poynter sold bis crop k!at j.;0. No !as3 SCv.. il Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw spent Sat- - j WSS t!?i58 gonsrrf enk'rtai:ied a I rgt crowd ..f tne nte . 52.50 Mr. Willie Ray bought a tine horse at of tobacco for 9 cents a pound, . i s unlay at Lancaster. anjuehatesecuretl emng. Thursday price un-- : Bacli2,che or lii'li 7 TlOUClO Or their VOUP" f"n-l- Saturtla; Nc Bryantsville sale Mrs. Mary Hammack we are glad to aroncession here-- b inor iiuests BBKTLST. Miss Maggie Stagg has gone to ldl'shis ' say is kriown. Rheuriat fcr ROJI' JUIOC the hHulbrt and beir their Vaughn much better at this writing. nc tan olfer i: Mr. MUs Eva Hustonville to spend a few days. '!;. ne 43. 0 (. Users ..f'M.S1 at a Mill further Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lane visited his E G Uammack soW bix si:0ts to L wo-- , of Rat'enwool. Mo. , reduction in conMiss Elsa M. Brunning spent Satur- -' n Mr. and Mrs. James Eabter JIn jalncs Coldiron at two dollars each. parents Jlil rcr.-at"ttlorr! whrt ..i-nection nith this day and Sunday with friends at Lon- 'vith jo and ha:ii iw ti in.nl; fi.it t Sunday- publication. J, H. and Arthur McQuerry sold don. no.- - sit ui every raonilni, sail no :iboui. s 'th cf that nehin-- j guests Sun- - theh. tooacco averaging 9 cts a pound, all tlay without a Mr. Sarnie Ray was the t.iuit ipwnlo aio .sain"! ortnist." That's '1 Special Offer to Our Readers Mr. Harris Hardin of Louisville has day of his uncle Mr. Harrison Ray of; ve.ik nho have suff. r. f linonitho hfinit rf Jiiu uiitif AIia Bet- ar.il i h. u:n.iti-ii- - jonr. " Kecosnizinc the crrat der and for Collier's at Uuckeye. Parsons sold their tobacco atKichmond L. ,, M woniler. ' .ne new price, we hate made arrangements You'll f. l hV- - s uair.lnsi vu'i 8 u with our joy uurself. Ymi .o rfcr it ant our ottn publication each unc ear V,ltl VL jiiyu t.Vi Ren Wright canJucted Sundii;. School Ul Lllllll so -lonsf .t for o.i schin? klflncrs for the price of CWiVr 'jaloie This is ahrmled T1,e .1 life ..rt of utf er an J must be taken adv antace of promptly. at three forks Sugar creek Sunday Mi ami Mrs. S. b. Turner and little ' 4'"" i. .1 . on Logan r Avenue- has Uiorac :..!" . i ciyorirnoj t'i. rfori- Kentucky was- suiu r vouri uiy to .wrs. o. l. Bur- lSut, oh. wait afternoon. daughter Annie Belle made a ilvi What You Get in Collier's o p luuuiuroi'u'', There was :. birthday dinner at Mr. visit to see their aunt, Mrs-Phone CotVer's is the one biff, independent, fearless Miss John Eva Hilton, is the guest Ollice Hours h to j.12 a. m. Hob Simpson Sanday and a Iaige crowd Hammack last week. ltl-7to9t ccUs oi the whole country. Not only is it the mj of her sister Mrs. John 15. Nevius at As administrators of T. W. The mp-sogood citizen's handbouk but it is also a was there. ' maEazmc for the whole tanily. Amonc the Lebanon Junction. ..HJK deceased, we will on t lanes that a j ear's subscription Rites are, Ray of Buckeye was Mr. Hanison H. K. Icon? aid W. A. W&eeler Miss Sue Ucut and Isabella Denny Read top of second page. the guest of his sister Mr.--. Nannie 1000 Editorials SATURDAY. JANUARY 31st. 600 News Photo Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Miss Yattfc. of Richmord, is the were the guests of Mrs. Will Givens Ray Fiiday. 250 Short Articles at her country home last week. 150 Short Stories T.'e of- - ' iti.rwif Hilll'i u o i Hurt A Mr. and Mr.s. Ren Lane were present guests of Miss Marguerite Anderson. at his late residence, Bourne. Ky, Jrr. 100 Illustrated Features Mj,i' Mirti.t'ire t'.Te. 2 Complete Noyels fer for sale the following personalty; ' at a birthday dinner SuwUj. which was Mr. J. M. Metcalf is preparing for Mrs. Joe Rice entertained the CurLANCASTER. new shelving, and a general remodel- rent Event Club very delightfully at KENTUCKY. One two year old horse, one two Collier's . . . $2.50) given by Mr. Bob Simpson. ' her new home on Danville Avenue ing of his Drug Store. last TliN Glorious HOOT JUICE Entirely year old mare, one pair of 4 year old Central Record $1.00 s It." Mrs. Martha Ely, who recently inov- - weeK. mare mules, one pair of thre year old I relief G. H. Catarrh Yields To ed to Paris, Ky, has returned to her Mr. J. F. Walton, of Cincinnati has ous of it. of being completely and entirely mare mules one five year old gelding. Serious rid . Listen! You've wasted ,.i .1 sold her property old home for several weeks stay. here, commonly enough trying uncertain time and money p;iiei;ti,y ijciiur,. kjuk six- year om ' HILLERSBORG FEMALE COLLEGE things, jou'va Hyomei. there any Mr. W. F. Champ and wife, and known as the Cedars, to Mr. E. T. suffered already longer than JUIC& ispure, gelding, well broke, one two year old need of. Stop, stop. ROOT MILLERSBURG, KY. safe, guaranteed mare mule, one wheat drill, one corn vegetable, harmless, Do not let this serious disease extend dauehter Hazel came up Sunday to rnce &r ROOT JUICE is going to sive you tho planter, one turning plow, one double Phone 15. mucous membrance, visit the family of Mr. Jas Champ. along the delicate Miss Elizabeth Higgins, left Friday grandest surprise you ever experienced An Attractive Home School For Girls. Office at V. is. Burton's Sale Stable. of your life. Of course. shovel, one McCormick all the gradually going from the nose to the binder, one for Cincinnati, to enter the college of inou'll have dasdo your part and take The Young Men of Whites Station to it Pupils are surrounded with anatmos-- , throat, thence into the bronchial tubes cave a dance on the evening of the music, Miss Ellen Ballou accompanied Even ROOT JUICU can't help you until cane mill in good condition, one pair LANCASTER, KY. gets into your system, but if you havo wire stretchers and pond scraper, one phere of culture, wholesome fellowship ana aowmvaru into tut, ufi: her, Miss Higgins is a talented vocal- it idea what real relief will be like, Hammack Ha anv TUwrt Iff nnnthor frntmpnt fnr rn- you'll waste no time getting it. You're good hay rake, one two horse wagon anil safe religious environment. New ' missing a lot of comfort, es, real joy Miss Susie Ledford left Saturday ist buildings combining all modern convendelay tarrh that is like Hyomei or just as every minute Their many fiiond3 will be glad to and happiness you're enduring you lot of and hay frame, one disc harrow, one days visit in Richmond, beusing it and a None can take its place, none for a few good. wheat fan, one good lot of plow gear iences. Health record unsurpassed. know that Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garnett, needless suffering; You'll see. entering the Normal school there. Academic and College Entrance Cours- - j can give such quick, effective and sure re- fore At who have been located at Crab Orchard get a any first class I rug store youfor a and harness. Other items too numerlarge bottle of ROOT JUICE Mrs. Botner, who has been with her es. Music Department under skilled at so little cost furthermoie ous to men tier lief and for a few years, will come here to dollar. That dollar buys relief that is artists trained in Germany, Lecture worth a hundred dollars to anybody who R. E. MoRoberts & Son will refund parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell, live. knows what rheumatism, backache and TERMS OF SALE, has returned to her home in Richmond. and Concert Course. Domestic Science. misery is. Remember that dollar your money if you are not satisfied. kidney Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker and not only pays for ROOT JUICE but it Mr. John Coyle and Nephew, of Begin using Hyomei now today All sums amounting to ten dollars or The growing popularity of the school children have returned from Catletts-bur- pays for relief. You've got to get relief or get your dollar back. That's how good less, cash in hand. Over that amount, is evidenced by the fact that a number and see how quickly the droppings into Gridlev, III. have been in Ky. the past where they were called by the ROOT JUICE is. No relief no pay, that's understanding. the throat, the discharge from the nose week, visiting relatives in Lancaster, death of Phua credit of three months, with nego- of pupils were turned away last sesMrs. Walker's grandfather. the This time get ROOT JUICE and relief. tiable note bearing interest sniffling and all other symptoms of cat- and Paint Lick. at the rate sion for the lack of room to accommo Don't put off and don't let anybody tell Mr. Thomas. you of something eUe that's better. Noth- of six per cent per annum from date date them. arrh are overcome; and remember no The report is circulated that Mr. any Miss Lettie Helm is the guest of ing ever made is Try better, mark these of sale. Sale begins promptly Expenses for board, tuition, etc. stomach drugging you breathe it. The Sam Denny and Mr. Robert Walker ROOT JUICE for words and see. at 10 lower than other schools of like grade. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and containing inhaler and have bought a third interest in the firm Mrs. Wooldridge at Versailes, from ten days and save yourself any more suf- o'clock. complete outfit fering. If you are so fortunate as to have Send for catalog and engage a room miseries, for Garden. bottle of liquid costs but $1.00. Extra of Woods & Treadway. It would make which place she will go to Washington, escaped these Thompson & Bratton Administrators. early. goodness sake tell some suffering friend Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. bottles of livuid, if later needed, 50 a strong alliance, and we wish them all to take a position in the office of her or acquaintance what this grand medicine Bourne, Ky. brother, Hon. Harvey Helm. l success. Millersburg, Ky. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. will do. You'll surely earn his or her cents. everlasting gratitude. Growers of what we sell. Free From Disease By Each Week Appear I , i i j ' FIELD SEED. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. mmK7 t" -- j -- j u,-'t- s BSILW j' s' THE NEW "Barber Shop i ! i ,,..,, J, E. Sealesprep W. j f. -,, i ' ',!ri. ELLIOTT. ' CoIIier9s i RspkapM flip?' i'J First Time t- e in Clubs flh - e-- J j f J J If o-- kulno-iackach- e .i J. PATRIC i. l ' m ' l'I'ty u. r-- .' On a yo-n- t- Pcnuliiek. . a n, Ai lx jmir iv t t $2.50 k"'"1' J Dr. TIFFIN, ; r-- l.. ! VETERINARIAN t . ic's""v ; mit'and Shade g, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, barb, Roses, Etc. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. TO jii,Si t Lexington. Kertuckv ibancas ter lobaeeo w arenouse 'J-- i C" JJM" i 1 'A wuguw.iigjr' iwa'uar.T. f. W ? ralifTf ,K JtH. :TV tWWift gawgSMiitagftlVaas!tHtaaiPK2 Uf.. iir.mNMTaarijrfrvrl STANFORD STREET. vbfiwEam ' ( r C. A. We Pay Highest Market Price. Speith -- anagers No Commission Charged. JA BEAZLEY and Embalmer Funeral Director Office Phone 3. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. i. Page 8 fHciMeccoMnocooiMi)ugqooomt The Central Record, Friday Jan. 23, 1914 A Scheme Which Appears fi ad- Plausible. rAKlUCK 3 UlLUflin I J ANOTHER HIGH SALE AT THE SOPHIE'S GENEROSITY HOGE. dpaco below this beading is for tbe exclu-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for tbe sale of stock, gram and men things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In 'wo issues of tbe ecord. free of charge FOR SALE:-5Walker. A twenty 0 good ewes. Kemp For Sale. Old Stielburne Warehouse new. foot counter. Apply at this office. Good as R. L. Burton sold to Bright and Fox, of Danville, two loads of 1250 pound cattle at $7.00. Hamilton and Shepherd have CO good ewes and about 50 barrels of corn for sale at the Lewis Brown place. Mammoth Bronze turkey3 for sale. Hens at $3 and Gobblers at $5. Phone 37. Mrs. B. P. Swope, Bryantsville Ky. Virgil Gastineau sold three mules to Rankin Bros for $170 each. Also a nice harness mare to Ollie Johnson for $150. I have a pen of nice Buff Orpington chickens, both cockerels and pullets Carlton Elkin. for sale. LOST:-Blac- k sow with few white spots. Strayed from my place about Dec 20th. Information appreciated. E. B. Sutton, Marksburv, Ky. Owned by the Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Company and managed by J. Leslie Knight and James C. Stone. 275000 pounds of tobacco were sold and Jennings, Garrard county 5310 lbs. at the old Shelburne House Tuesday at average $15.57, Wilson Bros. Fayette Strayed to my place about three high prices and the farmers were well county, 1900 lbs. average $16.24; J. B. weeks ago a red steer. Owner can was have same by describing property and pleased, most of this tobacco G. N. Pence, payinf charges. grown in Garrard county and a crop and W. B. Graves, Scott county 4665 Marksbury, Ky. belonging to Posey and Broaddus of lbs, average $15.50, Michel and Lyon, W. B. Burton and R. H. Price, of sold for an average of Bourbon county, 15305 lbs. average Townville, S. C. shipped a car of mules 3265 pounds together, to Atlanta last Saturday, $19.40 which is the highest aveiage fcr $14.75. and many other crops selling those purchased by Mr. Price averag- any crop this week, tne following are above 15 cents average. These prices ed about $1C0. a head. some other crops which sold for high good sows and pigs. 40 are due to the splendid light and the FOR EALE-.-averages. barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good fact that Les Knight and Jim C. H. Green, driving pony. C. B. Bolton, Garrard county 2185 Lick, Ky. Rout 2. Paint lbs. average $10.82, Sam Sutton, Gar- gives each customers tobacco their 10 second hand hemp breaks for sale. rard county 3G35 lbs. average $16.31, individual attention. Ask somebody Mrs. Rebecca West. F. and J. H. Prewitt, Garrard coun- - who has sold with them and see what rn i sai.e:-3- 8 acre farm located one T. 3 St-ire - mile north of Cartersville will sell cheap ty 3215 lbs. average $16.40, Murphy if sold in the next 30 days C. I. Rogers, Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. James Ray Arrested. About three years age James Ray Center Bros., the popular buyers of the Paint Lick section, sold a nice mule colored, and Mr. James I. Hamilton to R. H. Price, for $297.50 and to Ran- rented ot Mrs. Hannah Sweeney her kin and Hopson, six mules for a total large blue grass farm below Bryantsof $9S0. ville and engaged extensively in farming and stock trading. Ray purchased Tobacco Tenant Wanted. a lot of mules and Hamilton sent down I want a good tobacco tenant for 8 a number to the place and they were or 10 acres of ground. Good barn and thrown together indiscriminately. Ray best of land. disposed of all the mules, holding that T. A. Elkin, Lancaster, Kj. they were owned jointly by Hamilton and himself. Last December Ray Seed Corn. moved to St. Louis Mo. without ever County White and Reid's having settled up the partnership afBoone fairs between himself and Hamilton. Yellow Dent for sale. On last Monday he was brought to H. D. Frye, Hubble, Ky. Lancaster by officer Jordon Peel of gold watch fog with initial. Nicholasville, who went to St. Louis LOST:-At or between Bryantsville and J. I. for him, arresting him on a warrant Crawfords residence Return to. charging him with stealing a mule. Joe R. Duncan, Ray returned to Kentucky without a Bourne Ky. or Phone no. 50 G. requisition. His examining trial is set Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of for today, and will be held before clover hay he wants to sell. See T. Judge Arnold in the county court. W. Conn at Hyattsville Ky. Prof. Ben Evans School To Close. cow, fresh and 5 For Sale:-Jerse- v Ben Evans will have finished a Free years old. School at Coy, Ky, by March the 1st, Homer Tinsley, Lancaster, Ky. A J they say. Your account is already past due. please come in and settle. Miss Rella Arnold. Wanted an office girl. Address general delivery care Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Lancaster, Ky. making plans for the improvement of the Square and the Park during the coming spring?. We hope that it will not be all plants and no actions as has been the case heretofore. A Democratic President Sophie sat bolt upright beside her mother and listened with wide round eyes. In tbe first place there was a strange man in Doctor Stewart's pulpit and he. talked in a ringing resonant voice and his words rushed as if he were afraid he would not have time to say all he wanted to say. Doctor Stewart almost drawled and did not lean over the pulpit edge with nervous hands outstretched as did this man. So this man was well worth watching. The man was telling an absorbing tale of his missionary work in a certain section of the country. When he ended he eald simply but forcibly that the people among whom he worked needed anything and everything. "Not only money," he said, "but clothes, all the necessaries of life. Think of what I have told you and give freely!" alongside her Sophie mother when they reached the open air. "What are we goln' to give?" she inquired breathlessly. Sophie's mother laughed shortly. "I fixtures 7.000 CO Due Ircm National Ranks (nut reserve haven't any idea," she said. "We sent agents! 520,000 Worth 01 Livestock Dies Of Due from Stare and Prlv ate Hanks and oM ' all our old clothes to the mission and Ranktrs. Tmt Lompanle-- . and I'm short of money. I need a great 431 .7 SavingBanks Strange Disease In Henderson many things myself and if I do get any ,m 21 Duelrom approved reserve intents. . O'i T money there's that tea I must give " Checks and other cmti 1.370 uo Hmiiks It is estimated that $20,000 worth of Xotes of other Nationalitems. . Sophie's mind wandered. Teas were 3 "1 paper'cnrreucy.nlckels.cts Fractional ' vague things that required little girls live stock has died in Henderson LAIIFI'L MllMIY IS BANK. county from spinal meningitis during Specie viz: . to stay upstairs. . 2,3' IJU "That child is possessed," Sophie's the past few months notes ll.iJ iiO 11.02ft 10 mother said later in the day, when for It is Dr. Youngblood's theory that Redemption Fund with I". . Treasthe sixth time Sophie begged to know the ll urer (Mof rircnlatioui. Wild tWMBMIMMiMSJBn "strange disease" is due alwhat they could give the missionary's most wholly to the use of corn or 1..X 1 Total other people. "Goodness me! As if one LIABILITIES driven nearly crazy with hands feed that has not matured properly. Caplt tlstocfc paid in .. . wasn't .J : out on every side! Don't bother me lie says: . sn.ooo at Surplus fund Undlvl Ided profits. less etpeti-e- s and lhe disease which is killing SO now oh, we'll send 6omething." ... l.'i-- i. t l taxes nam NoifsOnt-taiidin- i; It was the next day that Sophie sat many norses ana cattle in Henderson j National Hank is..i ' .V72 National BaiiKs thinking. Mother had said they mould county anU in neighboring counties IS . Due to Other Companies IF YOU WILL PERMIT Trn-- t and Saving something, but mother was out caused bv eerms or a pprtnin inn? lnco Due to send . .. Banks wis iMiiivmunj iieiHjtHi siiujri-- IUCIICIK. .1..I." '' us to demonstrate to yon the need for the day and nothing had been sent. of bacteria, from mouldy, musty or Kesered for Taxes Sophie slid down from the couch and medewed corn ' of Insurance, we are satisfied that or feed. J 5U0 1" Total wandered about, frowning. Maybe the "This is peculiar to years when there you will no longer be without it. poor people were freezing to death at has been a drouth, flood or conditions STATEOFlCENTrCKV,COCNTTlGAKP.P.D.Sthat very moment. I. S. (" Denny. Cashier of the above Leavel-Heade- d She decided that she might as well mat. prevent, ieeu irom maturing pro- - named bank, do M!emn!v su ear that theaboe , . u save her mother the trouble ot sending DerlV. Of COUrSR the rrprms nr hnctonn ssaiemeiu i irue in ine ueni uij kiiuu jctie I...II..I men realize the importance of things, inasmuch as her mother's con- - j cannot be seen by the naked eye. but j Sub,crlb"eil and snorn lo before me "hPitb sunt uuu ueeu won. oopuie proceeueu one can see that the feed is but Iwe wish to talk to day of January. 19. W.o. Kisney. Notarr Public. to her mother's large closet. and in an unfit condition for feed My Comml-sio- n those who are not fully aware of the etpires Jan 22, 1916. For a moment she stood sniffing de- Sometimes the cob is black and some- Correct Attest: ! advantages of Insurance, and re lightedly the faint fragrance of violet VI ZX K. DENNY" W M Elliott. Directors. spectfully solicit an opportunity to sachet that emanated from all the time the grain itself is blackened, as J. E. STORME-tcan be seen by cutting it. to give them information. "The toxin of poison from the feed works on the meniges or covering of REPORT OF THE CONDITIO!! the brain. The system of the animal FR1SBIE & THOMAS. becomes thoroughly saturated with the LANCASTER, KY. poison before there is any outward indication of anything wrong. SomeOffne Citizens National Bank times there is no suspicion of anything National Bank wrong until the owner goes to the barn in the morning and finds the animal cNo.psse.1 dead. Others live but a few hours. ( t$$$$$$$fr$$$"X' By EVELYN hop-skipp- Cap't. William Herndon who in dition to being and able attorney, is alTrain Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. so somewhat a humorist and combining Arrive. with this and many other accomplishNo 10; 5:00 a. m. ments, gives considerable attention to To Maysville, connecting at Kichmoc: home gardening, heretofore with mark with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; ed success. During the season of last at Winchester with C & O to Lexingsummer which was very dry, he tells ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & us his irish potato crop was a failure, Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. the tubers either failing to mature or No 71; 8:33 a. m. drying up for want of moistuie. To To Rowland & Stanford connecting prevent a recurrence of such a catasat Rowland, L & N to all noint3 South trophe another season the inventive No 23; 11:04 a. 'm. Captain tells us of a scheme which he To Richmond, connecting with L & proposes to adopt, the originality of j REPORT OF THE CONDITION N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington which we cannot vouch for, but its & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. ludicrousness is striking; during the coming season he proposes to plant his No 70; 11:50 a. m. irish potatoes and onions in alternate To Richmond, connecting with fast rows, in order that the "strong odor BANK train to Cincinnati. from the onions may get into the eyes No 27; 2:09 p. m. of the potatoes, cause them to water, To Louisville, connecting at Lebanea CN"o. 14! J3.I and thus provide sufficient moisture to OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT j Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling insure a liberal harvest of his favorite vegetable", Cap't. Herndon's experiment will doubtless be watched with interest by the leading seedsmen of the KKaOUKCEs. To Stanford, connecting with fast country, and should it provea success, Loans aud .. JITl.-'S- l f train to Bristol & Atlanta. . 71 Ss he will be another "wizard" in the line Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. .tO.iXiO 10 U. fi. Bonds to secure circulation. . of gardening. .. lOtn-Bonds securities, tic miscarried, altho everybody agreed that it was a good plan to adopt. Park City Daily News. If the Legislature were confined to the Governor's recommendations, no relief conld be had at this session. It't a pity that in this hour of dilemma and impending peril, the State's chief ex ecutive should be lacking wisdom to recommend, or courage to pres3 measures of real reliof, whether his own immediate popularity might suffer next August or not. Lexington Leader. L.&N. v NATIONAL ftCtaoritetaK Jat.l3,1914'GBr rjxss J"'i0" " d LeRal-teud- so-ca- . ,....: hlni-k-pn- . ric-v- . ! Citizens Is'nt it coming about time to begin OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE Official Directory Of Garrard County. Kentucky Editors Talk About The Legis- - Close of Business Jan 13th, 1914. RESOUKCKS. Iature. Probably every member of the state Legislature has one or more bills in his pocket to be presented for the consideration of that body. There are too many laws already, many of which are not enforced. Some of the existing laws might be improved by making changes in them, but there is no need for many new ones. Too much legislation is the curse of every State Georgetown Times. If the Assembly members areas good g as they are at turkey-trottinat this will be a brilliant session Frankfort State Journal. 15"Extra help" seems to be a prettj big item with this Legislature as it has practically agreed to employ extra stenographers, assistant doorkeepers, messengers, etc., to the extent of $150 to 160 per day, or a total during the session of about 510,000 to $12,000. Much of this is unnecessary and ought not be spent. Park City Daily News. The Legislature as usual has started in to flitter away its time, having adjourned until next Monday, Dr. plan to organize promptly and get down to business seems to have g, Ovenlralt. -- Reads Congress Message And 1K'U wTmre-- To a Democratic Not A Word Of Is Heard mmm MIMP . "What Are We Goln' to Give?" Disapproval Any From Source. George Denny sold a pair of coming He reports 98 in the district and an four vear old mules to Rankin Bros, enrollment of 63; and an average atfor $275. tendance of 41. Want to rent 40 acres of geod land The school at first labored under serto be put in oats, was in corn lastyear. ious disadvantages. A couple of young Ike M. Mjers. lady teachers who were first class incor-agiblStrayed to my place about six weeks teachers failed to discipline the Prof. Evans was secured as age, a boar. Owner can have same by incorigibles a specproving property and paying all charg- he claimed to make es. H. G. McWhorter Paint Lick Ky. ialty. One of the patrons knocked him in Mr. J. W. Sweeney has 15 pair of 3 the head in nine days after he comyear old mules, all well broken, that menced to teach. He recovered inside of three weeks, and returned to his he will sell worth the money. post, and has had a good school ever since. The patron w ho struck him, LIVE STOCK J1AHKET. removed to an adjoining county. And CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, remaining have taken much in Hogs Cattle Jan 21 Sheep those CATTLE: Shlpiers fCT58 S5 terest in a Winter Free School. to Butcher steers extra.... Prof. Evans wishes us to announce Goodtochoice CNrt$775 to the public that he is now ready to 5 750 7. Common to fair teach a spring term of three months Heifers, extra 7 75 Goodtochoice TiVSTfiS in any place wherever he is called. e. 1914. President Wilson Appeared before Congress on Tuesday and read his message to the body. His appearance was the occasion for a round of applause and as the reading progressed he was greeted with applause from all sides, the progressives, and even many of the republicans joininp; in the demonstrations of approval. His language was soft though positive and the meaning was unmistakable. Pertaining wholly to the business interests of the country.this message had a stimulating effect, and his statement that -- the prosperity of the railroads and the prosperityofthecountryareinseperably Common to fair Cons, extra .', ;,&, 6 15 Goodtochoice . Commontofalr J75S25 S m4 60 Canners Bulls balogua S10A2. Fat bulls 2.V3C75 CALVES: extra lOtOjjll 00 Falrtogood Common aud large 550C910CO HOGS: good packers aud butchers b 4o h 45 Mixed packers 8 35 8 40 0 5Hi7 00 810o0 4SO700 5 00 8V Stags Common to choice heavy fat sons. Light shippers Pigs, (110 lbs aud less) S1IEKP: extra Goodtochoice Commontofalr . ...... 7 75 8 50 4 tioo7b5 65 CO 4 25 4 00750 TEATEUSVILLE. Miss Marie Prewitt was the guest of Monday. Miss Irene Bolton, Sunday. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sebastian is quite ill with pneumonia. Misses Edna Gulley and Virginia Bourne, visited Miss Porter Wearen Mrs. Susan Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Morse Wheeler. Messrs Floyd Ray ana Willie Ross sold their tobacco at Richmond average 12 J cents. Misses Iva Pearl and Allie B. Hume entertained a number of their friends Saturday evening from 6 to 10:30. connected" was the occasion of a rise of two points in stocks on the .New York market and railroad stocks took a decided upward tendency. From leading financiers and businpss men throuKhout the country comes the pre- uicuuns oi a vear of iinnrpporlnnto,! prosperity. The principal points named as a basis for legislation as suggested by the president in his message are as follows.- 1. Effectual prohibition of the interlocking of directorates of great corporationsbanks, . railroads, industrial, commercial and public service bodies. Rev. H. M. DeMoss Resigns. 2. A law to confer upon the InterRev. H. M. DeMoss who has been state Commerce Commission the power the pastor of the Baptist church at to superintend and regulate the finanBuckeye for the past year, resigned at cial operations by which railroads are the business meeting Saturday after- henceforth to be supplied with the f money they need for their proper noon Jan. 10th. de His sermon faunuay morning was velopment and improved transporta delivered in a very impressive rranner, tion latmues. ine President made It his subject being, Light, Life and Lib- clear that "the prosperity of the rail erty. After the prayer service at Mr. roads and the prosperity of Ihe country Robert Long's Sunday evening, the are inseparably connected" in this remembers took leave of the pastor with gard. 3. Definition of "the many hurtful a farewell handshake and many eyes were dimmed with tears as the meet- restraints of trade" by explicit legislation supplementary to the Sherman ing came to a close. He had always been very faithful to law. his church, tried to do his duty under i. ine creation oi a commission to all circumstances, and had made many aid the courts and to act as a clearing- friends, especially among the young nouse ot information in helping busi people, always anxious for them to do ness to conform with the law. something in behalf of the church and u. luvisiuu oi penaiues and punhad he stayed here had planned to ishments to fall upon individuals re- &" A Revelation, organize a young peoples meeting sponsible for unlaw'ulbusiness practices t (Wife I haven't a gown fit to wear. 6. Prohibition of holding companies Husband Jove! That's the reason none which would have encouraged them to manifest more interest in re- and a suggestion that the voting power ot the servants will stay here. ligious work. He was at all times ot individuals holding scares in numer willing and ready to visit the sick and ous corporations might be restricted. MOST OF THE WOItLDS 7. Giving to private individuals the was naturally gifted in the art of m ak KNOWLEDGE IS UASED ON ing appropriate prayers in bebolf of right to found suits for redress on YOU MUST NEVSPPEHS. his friends. facts and judgments proven in govern HEAD THEM IK YOU WOULD Thoughtful, vigorous, considerate ment suits, and providing that statute KNOW WHAT IS OOINO ON. and sound, his ministry will be a bene- of limitations should run only from the diction to any church. M. P. A. date of the government's action. things decorously clothed in overhang-er- s and hanging in a straight row on the brass rod that ran across the little room. Then she set to work. She rubbed her hands delightedly over the violet velvet dress. That could go mother had said the last time she wore It that she just hated it because Celeste had botched it. The poor folks would be glad of it even if it was botched. They could wear it to market or something. And that pink chiffon evening dress hadn't mother remarked that she simply never would wear the thing again after what Mrs. Smith said about a w oman of her age appearing in girlish colors? There was the blue serge, too certainly mother could give that when she had three other cloth dresses. And here were five coats well, this looked most like being given away, the brown, silky one, with the nice fur collar and fur cuffs. It was remarkcomable how easily everything pressed into a suitcase. There would be plenty of room for some things of father's for some poor, freezing man. After searching through the garments in father's closet and anxiously studying them Sophie decided on a suit father didn't seem to care about At any rate, he never wore it. Sophie carefully folded up the long tailed coat and the rest of the things and added them to the suitcase. She took a handful of socks for good measure. It happened that her hands landed in the end of the drawer devoted to her parent's silken footwear. Then with a relieved eigh she snapped shut the suitcase and flipped out. "From mother" Sophie told the women at the church who were receiving things for the missionary box. She beamed angelically. "What a good little girl to carry this all the way!" said one of the women. That evening Sophie's mother had an excited conversation over the telephone. Then she said to Sophie's father: "It's only because the suitcase had my name on it that they knew whom to calf up. Tour dress suit and my new marten trimmed coat and my best gowns why. It's perfectly dreadful!" Sophie's father chuckled. He meditated on the dress suit. "I almost wish," he said, daringly, "that there hadn't been any name on the suitcase. Sophie's heart is in the right place, anyway." Chicago Daily News. $.!;. ITS M .1.Jnl H and unsecured.. . 50.000 00 KaukiiiK-liouxfurniture and fixtures 7.000 00 Due from National Bunks (not Ke- I .J'. 'Ml . erve Aeeut! Mason. Due from Mate and I'rhate Banks County Judge f. A. Arnold. aud Bankers. Trust Companies 1.WV. 2: County Attorney . . and FavinnsBniikH It. C. Walker. .MO 1A Duefromatttroed reserve aeeuls... ... "hecksaud otnercasli Items Hi ii County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. . . 570 vo Deputy clerk Harry Toialinson. of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels Coroner J, A. Jones. and Cents lts 07 Sheriff C. A. Kobiuxm. Lawful Money Keserve In Bank, viz: Deputy SLeriff George T. Ballard. specie $73h;00 r ' Superiutendant of Schools Miss Jeanie) Htrt 3.f0O notes 13,2, .V)J g,pJ Redemption fund with I". S. Treas Date Sander-- . 2.500 00 ! Assessor urer (5 per cent of circulation) . Loans mill U. S BoiuU to 'retire circulation Circuit Jurice Hon. 1'i.aries A Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Eminel Isr- year. Circuit Clerk William B Mason. Master CominIIoner W. H.Bronn. Trustee Jury Fund Bew. F. ilobiu-onOllicial Court Menorrjiher Ml ue ?rretty V Legal-tende- : Total Capital stock paid lu Surplus fund Undivided pruhts. less expenses and .. . taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Bhuks Due to State aud Private Banks and .. Bankers Individual deposits subject to check Certified Checks Reserved for Taxes . . LIABILITIES. J3J2.H''. I ... Jailer Kos. -- levelaml Bourni. n r.tvi tn superMsorol Koau 4u"ooo oo Treasurer J. W. Elmore. : j ! Deputy Assessor j Iae E. B. Bay. 4.S65 2rt 4O.00O i MAUISTIIATEs. M'JO M .!..! 167.Mil l J.N. White 1st. Dit. .!'Locau isou 2nd, Dist. 10 JohuS. Uilm rd.Dlst. W James Coidlron 4th. Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, n j Tnom,,4 Arnold. J.--. 1st. Dist. I Total K. u. or Kentucky. County ofUrkard. ss: t O. J. Jicviurtrj. 2nd. mt. State Heudren. 3rd. Dist. 1. W. F. Champ. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge aud W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this ICth. day of Jauuary 1914. S. O. Denny. Notary Public. My Commission Expires January 22, 1W. Correct Attest : B. F. Hudson. i J Directors. J. J.WaLiCKr. 1.111 44 Thomas Mayor f. King. 4th. Dit. CITY OF LANCASTER. L. i.. Davidson. City Judge J. P. Prather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. CityCI-r- k Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasnrer W. F. Champ. Chiel Poike L. E. Herrou. F.. C. a. Arnold. ) COCNCILMEN iSg7&7&i2y&-&L5i3r&JW& Jgf V&UETVLFkr' B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, Aaa't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. Dr. J. A. Anion. II. C. Hamilton. Mm Cotton. W. O. Goodloe. r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. ie citizens lNauonai .canK OF LANCASTER, KY. - . TV.T i 1 Tr Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government 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 undersigned hereby gve warn- to all persons not to trespass upon Iing lands for any purpose whatever as will prosecute all offenders to ful - lest extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Piice J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry. A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt, Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. POSTED 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