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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 29, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914012901_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 29, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t TWRNTY FOURTH YEAR. THE CENTBAX RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 29, 1914. A DoIorou$ Appeal. NUMBER 43. Perhaps A Littte Premature. Some of our ladies in the country are Two Prominent Lancaster Men Injured A Sunday Afternoon Accident. In OUeE MMMMMMMMMi&Mnn Notice We have just received a Car Load of There i$ a little matter to which the RECORD beg$ to call the attention of We really $ome of it$ $ub$criber$. hate to$Deak of it. but Some have Seemingly allowed it to Slip their mind$. To uS thi$ i$ a very important i$$ue; in fact, it i$ nece??ary in our buSine$S. We wont Speak further on the Subject, perhapS you have already gue$$ed the drift of our remark?. Cupid Busy. W.MMMdMJi Wm T. Naylor, 21, son of John Naylor and Susie Mahoney aged 19, daughter of James Mahoney, both of Garrard county, Ike Montgomery 23, son of Thomas Montgomery and Bettie Pollard, 20, daughter of Leonard Pollard, both of Garrard county and William Ball and Nellie Manuel also of the county, secured marriage license of County Clerk Hamilton on Monday. Much Activity During Coming Spring. not ence in all heights and sizes. It is one of the best Galvanized Fences on the market and we can furnish it at rock bottom prices. Come and look it over before you do your Spring Fencing. 55 Lancaster is already chafing under the restrain ot winter and hoping for the early coming of spring. Many new resi'lences are in contemplation, and the coming of suitable weather will be the signal for much activity in the building line. Plans for several new houses are already in the hands of the architects, and every thing will be in readiness for building as soon as the weather will permit. Cap't. Doty Improving. The many friends of Capt J. A. Dotv will be glad to learn that his con dition has improved to such an extent as to enable him to be around the house. Capt. Doty proposes as soon as he has sufficently recuperated to make a visit to his brother in South Carolina. He will be accompanied on this trip by his brother Mr. Jesse Doty. During his absence Misses Jane and Mary Doty and Mr. Chas. Doty will visit their sister Mrs. J. B. Jennings in Tulsa Ok!a. Gives Brilliant Promise. LIVE AND LET LIVE." CONN BROTH EHS Lancaster, Ky. 4 Our new Mayor, Mr. L. G. Davidson, seems to be adjusting himself very readily to the public harness, and gives splendid promise of a wise and successful administration. He is thoroughly acquainting himself with the needs of the community and the wishes of the people, he has the welfare and progress of the city thoroughly at heart, and we believe that he will have the hearty of the lutire council in his undertakings. In view of the above facts, we believe we may hope for and expect great things for Lancaster during the next two years. Cap't Bournes Sales. 3 !CS3333XE33S33 Monday is "Ground Hog's day". Have you had your garden plowed? The farmers put in a busy time plowing last week. Spring lambs are beginuing to make their appearance. Capt. Ambrose Bourne cried the real estate sales of Master Commissioner to the two sales reported elsewhere sold a Frank Perkins Dead. house and 10 acres of ground in the Frank Perkins, a respectable colored case of Beazley vs. Naylor, Mr. James boy. living on the farm of Mr. Geo, A. Beazley becoming the purchaser at Spoonamore, died of pneumonia, Sun- $185. Capt. Bourne also gives us the folday, was buried at Crab Orchard lowing stock sales: one pair 2 year old mules for Porter Rich S185., 7 plug horses at from $30. to $85., 10 one C. W. B. M. hundred pound shoat at $9. per head, The members of the C. W. B. M. milk cows $30 to $45., a lot of old bugAuxiliary are requested to read the gies at from $10 to $G5. The automobook of Malichi before the regular bile of Messrs Herndon & Walker was monthly meeting. Feb. 4th. Will all taken down at $425. members please be present at this meeting. Mr. Thomas Dunn's Will Probated. W. H. Brown and in addition On last Sundav afternoon while Dr. 11 Marsaall K. Denny and Mr. David Walker were out riding Mr. James Hilton and Mr. Charles Zanone came upon them from the rear on a motorcycle at the Railroad crossing just outside the city limits on the Richmond pike. The young men attempted to pass the vehicle in which Messrs Denny and Walker were riding, when the horse became frightened and threw them from the vehicle; Dr Denny received severe cuts about the face and head, his injuries ane very painful and will incapacitate him from duty for some time, but we are glaJ to say are not serious. Mr. Walker was uninjured. The young men on the motorcycle were not so fortunate; Mr. Hilton who was driving the machine, made every effort to stop it and avoid a collision, and a collision was avoided, hut tha machine skidded, either from striking We Need Rain. the railroad rail or a wet spot in the And that is no joke. Of course we pike, both young men were thrown are not suffering for rain, in fact there violently to the ground and .Mr. Hilton are those who will contend that we do not need rain at all, but when you con- home ot his brother-in-law- , Mr. Malcom 1 sider the fact that the month of Jan- House, and is suffering from concussion ( ;t uary has about passed and thatourlake of the brain. His physicians give con- is by no means full of water, and with siderable hope for his recovery, but Ins a prospect of its being more heavily condition is nevertheless admitted to taxed during the coming year than ever be critical. Mr. Zanone escaped injury before. In the country the creeks are beyond slight bruises. 'IS by no means as flush as they usually "Jimmie Hilton as he is known, is are at this period of the year, and the a popular and deserving young man, j .! wet weather springs which are usually and is employed at the drug store of ' at their best at this time, are in many Mr. J. E. Stormes. His many friends ,Qi cases dry. are hoping that his injuries may not be I !3 Last summer was unusually dry. and so serious as indicated and.that he mav 53 this winter has not been very far be soon be able to be out. .1 hind in that respect, in fact we have had no appreciable amount of rain since April of last year, and people are be Garrard County's Prize Tobacco Croo! ginning to wish for either a good big To Be Placed On The Market In SB- snow or a regular "gulley washer" in Lexington This Week the form of a rain. Garrard county's prize tobacco rais ers, and for that matter the prize rais-- 1 ers of the state, Messrs B. L. Kelly and sons, will market their 1913 crop in j Lexington this week. They have prized and shipped 21 hogsheads, approximately 21,000 pounds, and Mr. Kelly says that during his long career as a tobacco raiser, this is his banner crop. lis sale will be watched with interest throughout the state. This tobacco is raised on "Sandstone ridge" or"Kelly's ridge", a narrow strip of sandstone soil on the Kirksville pike five miles from Lancaster, which is considered ' the most productive soil in the state of Kentucky. There is a great deal of argument as to the exact location of the best land in Kentucky, but for fer tility and productiveness, this narrow ' strip of sandstone soil cannot be beat- -' en. There is of course better located ' land, more accessible, and possibly ' better appearing land elsewhere in the state, but when it comes to the pro- -' This does not apply to duetiveness, which after all is the act-- ! ual proof, "Kelly s ridge is surely a strong contender for first honors. of ' -- already "taking off" broods of young chickens, and the garrulous, ill natured old setting hen is beginning to make herself obnoxious around the barn yard. The latter old time necessity however, has about seen her best days, she has already lived to see her duties performed in a great many instances by the incubator, and her maternal duties by a mechanical brooder, while she is relegated to the rear, "broken up", found her eggs taken away and her nest filled with rough stones, and she is compelled to return to the list of layers, forced to furnish material for the latter day mechanical mother. However, a hen will "set",nature will assertitself, and nature intended hens to set, so notwithstanding that she be broken up repeatedly, she will ever exercise her nature given prerogative, and "go to setting" at regular intervals. HEADQUARTERS FOR Vulcan Plows ! c- - 1 Plow Points, Plow Eiiin. I e Ttt. CollarS, BlitUCS, Cdlar PaClS and all kinds of Plow Gear. HfftwEi biiJiaaf! gfrtiijsrpjfa jagfBigiBtrSfgt IxJB m ia. 1 ! 3 wJ J V & IFg. 1 t Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. is snap IE MSlMM1 DE DAILY ! DE DE2C Courier Mm GREAT and Central Record ONE YEAR For $3.50 Lancaster. Farmers Getting Busy. residents Proposition To Furnish All Night Lighting Service To Be Submitted To Gty For 15 Days. Many Garrard county farmers took Council Soon. advantage of the last few days of good weather and began preparations in earThe owners of the Lancaster Electric The Rowands are coming to Buena nest for farm operations. Quite a lot Light plant, Messrs Alexander Walker Vista, Feb. 2nd, at 7:30 P. M. of sod land was broken up and some and Cleveland Rose, propose in the ground for tobacco beds was prepared. near future to submit to the City Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet for sale, A large acreage of both corn and tobac- Council of the city of Lancaster a propoffice. Never used. Call this co will be planted this year. osition looking to the furnishing of an It is said that a good crop year al- all night lighting service to the city. Beacon fires on every hill mark the preparation for the years tobacco crop. The will of the late Mr. Thomas ways follows a drouth, and it is to be The proposition will be about as follows; Farm Sells Cheap. Dunn was admitted to probate before hoped that tha old time saying will first they will ask the cancellation of Mr. J.. C. Williams of Bryantsville, Six good two year old mules will loan Judge Arnold in the county court on prove true this year. the present franchise held by them. to be broken. Phone C5. J. E. Robin- - bought the Huston Roberts farm conMonday, and Mr. Jeff T. Dunn, a which will not expire until 1917, and taining 7G acres for $3800. This farm Should Hear Him. nephew of the deceased, who was namthe granting of a new 20 year franchise lies near Bryantsville is in good repair Congressman A. O. Stanley address under which they propose to furnish See and hear the Rowands for 25 cts, and is considered very cheap at the ed in the instrument as executor without bond, appeared and accepted the at the Court House next Monday, at the following rates: for arc lights at the Buena Vista Consolidated School price it brought. trust and qualified. The instrument (court day) should be heard by every $7. each per month and for the 64 canFeb. 2nd. at 7:30 P. M. was dated August 22, 1912 and was voter of the county. As this is an dle power incandescents now in use on Why Not Here. Indications are that there will be an witnessed by Messrs S. C. Denny and open date with him, and as manv of the streets, $1.25 each per month. Old fashioned "spelling matches" are R. T. Embry. The will contained the his friends in Clark county have been This would mean an increase to the increase of the acreage of hemp grown becoming a fad throughout the state, following special bequests: to his sis- - urging him to speak here at the earli town of about $650. per annum fortheir in Garrard county this year. and we believe would prove a drawing ter Mrs. Alice Adams, $1,000., to hi3 est possible time, he consented the street lighting bills, but it is claimed e Frank Conn has moved into his card here, as there is a number of nephew Thos. B. Dunn, $700., to his first of the week tc come on the 26th. that this surplus could be more than Lexington street adjoining on people in Lancaster who pride their, nephew John H. Dunn, $500., to his He is an orator of wonderful ability. overcome by the city using an electric the old postoffice building. selves on their spelling. niece Nancy Hicks. $200., and to his one of the greatest men the country motor for the purpose of pumping the niece Addie Gregory 50. The residue has in the halls of Congress and a water from the lake to the city. Spring lambs and spring poets usually New Blood, New Name, New Firm. of his estate he devised, share and Kentuckian who deserves a high place In the matter of commercial light simultaneously, the former are appear nai Having taken in new blood in the share alike to his brothers and sisters in the gift of the people for his work ing, they propose 10 aooiisn me here and the latter about due. persons of Messrs Sam Denny and surviving him and to the heirs of those in their behalf. Winchester Democrat rate" now in vogue, which means so The old time "sun bonnet" of our Robert Walker, the old firm of Tread-wa- y who are dead. much per light or so much per month grandmothers is being supplanted by Mr. Dunn's estate consisted wholly "Masonic Club" Organized In Lancaster. for each residence or store room, and and Woods at Paint Lick have althe more modern, and less useful' dust so taken a new name and will hereafter of cash and notes and the appraisement At a meeting held in the Masonic to substitute the meter system instead, cap. charging at the rate of 12J cents per do business under the firm name of showed it to amount to something over lodge room on the 23d final arrange$10,000. Treadway, Denny and Co. made and a permanent kilowatt, and with a minimum charge ments were A small pox scare is prevailing in organization effected for the establish- of $1.25 per month. Paris, about twenty new cases last That Pays. Insurance Faithful Workman. If granted the franchise they propose ment in Lancasterof a "Masonic Club". week. Mighty close to us, well enough The question is frequently asked, At the meeting which was presided to put in a practically new plant of the guard to exercise due caution and Our worthy colored carpenter, Steve Judge Lewis Walker, officers alternating system and with duplica against it reaching us. Lewis, writes us that he has gone to does insurance pay? It most assured- over by ly does, especially when you place were elected and committees were ap- ting machinery. Louisville for treatment but will be The Mayor and City Council wish to to make the final arrangements with an Your account is already back in about two weeks ready to do your business making agent whdis not pointed permanent organization of the conserve the interests of the people in everlastingly changes in his for the is work. Bast due. please come jjl satisfactory rename anuSteve wish both agency, swopping and selling your good club. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith was every possible manner and to this end mm we iauniui anu will. But stick to the man ihat elected President, A. D. Joseph, it is desired and requested that the a speedy recovery. and settle. sticks", this applies to E. C. GAItfES Secretary and W. O. Rigney treasurer, citizens inform themselves upon all the oldest agent in Garrard County-an- d and those officers were also made a matters pertaining to the granting of In Search Of Her. Miss Rella Arnold. the proposed franchise and that they for prompt paying losses, shows -- rid' committee on permanent "Give me thp girl who knits ner convinces all that the Companies; he express their views freely either to the House For Rent. stockings and not her brows, curls her represents, there is no better, to thisr It is the purpose of the organization Mayor or to any member of the Coun Having decided to leave Lancaster, hair but not her lip, and threads her fact we say insurance pays." to lease the second story of the Citizens cil. It is also desired that all citizens will rent my house of twelve rooms, needle and not the streets!" exclaimThe following losses have been satis- National Bank, formerly the Record of who desire to do so and are sufficiently two porches, barn with five stalls, good ed the old fogy philosopher, who seem- factorily adjusted in the last few fice, fit it up comfortably and make of interested, attend the regular meeting ed to think he was going to have trou months, L. F. Hubble. T. B. Scott-- , it a home for the members of the Club of the Council on next Monday night, garden and large yard. Webb Raney, Lancaster Ky. ble in finding somebody who could give Alex Walker, A. Arnold, J. R. Hen-dro- and a rest room for visiting Masons, as well as any deferred meetings that him one of that sort. B. F. Kelley, T. H. Anderson, and to equip it with dailv papers, may be called to consider the franchise Notice. L. C. King, J. S. Merchant, B. C. magazines and such other comforts as question, and they keep thenrselves Once To Often, B'gosh. Anderson, W. G. Clark. Forbes & they may deem proper. Every member posted and give voice to their views in Those having claims against the esof the Masonic fraternity in the county the premises. tate of the J. P. Long, will present Gov. McCreary says he is in the Sen! Middleton, W. R. Cook, W. V. The Record of course has its views Greig & Bracket, F. F. Fitz is eligible, and is cordially invited to same within the next ten days, pro- atorial fight to a finish, and will manage perly proven, to J. W. Elmore, at the his own campaign, b'gosh. The gov patrick, J. Ray, Pence Bros, E. Dan- become a member of this organization. on the subject, but as yet they are im Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Those ernor has always fought his own bat' iels. F. C. Flannery, R. E. Gaines, S A small membership fee and annual mature, and it. prefers to wait until knowing themselves indebted to the ties, and is about as smooth a cam' W. Moss, W. M. Jones. dues will be charged, just sufficient to the matter is cone into a little more Procrastination is dangerous, secure establish and maintain the room, and deenlv before exnressing those views Long are asked to call and paigner as Kentucky ever had. But said J. P. It is of course understood by all that this time he's like unto the proverbial protection from the Agent, who's it is thought that the room will prove settle at once. j. W. Elmore and Robert Long. pitcher going to the well. Danville here to stay. of inestimable value to the order and the City Council has not the right to 1- -t dispose of an exclusive franchise. Messenger. Agents for the heirs. its membership in the county. new-garag1 n, Gas-tinea- u, a Men and Boys Overcoats at HALF PRICE. See our line of Fy Whatwe have left is NEW and UP-TO-DA- we are going to sell them regardless of cost Many otherjarticles that we are going to sell Call on usjwith the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. ET.Losan Lancaster, Kentucky. 3F1E DEJG 311 F1E DC Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Jan. 29, 1914. ' i That is the Test our -- Npil f LL 1 1 Lit ft 1 seed show. Why buy seed that are full of weeds when you can get this kind from H RHEUMATISM Hermit AjMcEam ' X 5 V v KQk bm CANNEL COAL per bushel, while it lasts. Do you know that HUDSON & HUGHES COTTON SEED MEAL is THEN SOME. PRESCRIPTIOT The Standard Skin Remedy cheaper than Bran? They can save you money on sax or barrels. Try a Sax and be convinced in Firci Daf pnt Flrti iff ol KOI CI II I IUUI We will prove to you that your cows will do better if you use it. p Ill I Instant Relief for all Skin Trouble? R. E. McRoberts & Son. 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Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded Co-v-bCOM-CEL-SA- n, Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WBITE-MOO- N Tic Ccwk; HtrtaUst ORIC'NATOa warc-HOOi- OF chetexhe ihoim REMEDIES Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N csa-ta-st- i. sciexce sore West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky The Courier Journal At HALF PRICE $3.00 For 12 flonths Please let us send in your subscription. R. E. WoRoberts & Son. John Gafney has moved to Flatwoods. Several from here attended court at Edd Kennedy has moved to Point Lancaster Monday. Leavell. Mr. "'Dutch" Sechrest. of Crittenden Mont Kauanaugh has moved to Mr. is visiting relatives here. Thos Traylors. Mrs. B. M. Walton is visiting hen There has been many changes in the parents in Louisville. Flatwoods of late. Mr. Virgil Wilds of Stanford spent L. W. McQuerry is building a nc ; addition to his residence. last week with friends here. Miss Emily McCann of Lexington, is Mr. W. L. Lawson bought a heifer the guest of her sister. Mrs. H. S. from Wm Rothwell for $30. Christopher. Squire S. W. Coldiron sold his farm Mis. Sue Dickerson, of Burgin. was to Mr J. W. Yager for 1580. the guest of her sister Mrs. J W.I Rev. Thos Owens is reported to be Scott last week. not quite so well at this writing. Mrs. J. B. Ruble, Mrs, A. D. Scott, Geo. Harris has moved from W. H. and little son left ttjis week to spend , purr's house to C. W. Groves house. thevwinter in Florida. Rev. A. C. Baird was able to attend Messrs Hugh, Howard and Tom Sunday school last Sunday at Good and wife of Missouri are with the Hope. family of J. W, Askins. Mr. W. B. Lee 'and Miss Myrtle Cormney visited at Flatwoods Sunday evening. CARTEKSVILLE. Mr. Willie Longworth of Beatyville, Ky, visited relatives in this vicinity Mr. A. R. Carter purchased two sows last week. and pigs for $1&. Mr. John Penington is progressing STANFORD. nicely with his gasoline mill. Mr. C. E. Tate is spending a few Mrs. T. M. Carter, was the guest of days in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Redwin Sunday, Mr. J. F. Hill is ill at the home of Mrs. C. S. Roop, is able to be out his daughter Mrs. E. C. Garman. again after a severe attack of RheuMiss Kate Alcorn spent several days matism. Mr. J. F. Dawson and daughter Effa in Danville the guest of her sister Miss May, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sophia Alcorn. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Farris and C. S. Roop Saturday. little daughter, Bessie Clay, went to Mr. Tom Green has been very bad Louisville Monday. with pneumonia, but we are glad to Mr. George E. Saufley of Virginia say is much better at this writing. has been the guest of his relative Mr. Mr. Willie Green, wbo is in school at H. R. Saufley and family. Berea, was called home to the bedside Miss Million of Richmond who has of his brother, Dttdie. who is very low been the guest of Mrs. R. T. Bruce with pneumonia. returned to her home Monday. On Sunday evening the death angel Mr. W. S. Fish has been quite sick visited the home of Mrs. J. G. Clark, at his home on Logan Avenue for and took her beloved husband. His several days but is at this time much remains were laid to rest in the improved. burial ground. Mr 1 M C'ttrtar C. Iota nf tU'.n Mr. J. T. Dawson and daughter, LiQ "j;1j ". u 'r ,ia Effa May, of Kirksville, Mr. and Mrs. Hustonville Saturday and was buried C. S. Roop and daughter, Cora, Mr. there Monday. and Mrs. J. D. Carter and family, Mr. t Little Miss Cecil Batson of your city and Mrs. A. R. Carter and daughter, is the gue3t of her grand parents, Mr. Beulah, were the pleasant guests of and Mrs. J. H. Hilton, during her Mr. and Mrs. Felix Peningcon Sunday. mothers stay at Martinsville, Indiana. The spelling match given on last Friday evening at the K. of P. Hall by BKYANTNVUjLE the members of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian Church j The condition of Mr. Henry Tomlin- -. was a success both socially and son remains about the same. financially. The children's prize, a box G. B. Rose is at home after a of candy, was won by little Miss Vigo Smith. The words were pronounced by !Mr. trip to Booneville. Miss Ella Welch, of Nieholasville, is Miss Lena Palmer is a most pleasing , way. The prize for the "grown ups", the guest of Mrs. J. H. Dean. a cake, was won by Miss May Brackett, Mr. John Montgomery has accepted a she and Miss Million, of Richmond. position with Beoker, Ballafd & Co. contending for the prize for some time Mrs. Will Swope entertained a num-- 1 after aI1 others had taken their seats ber of her friends at an elegant dinner Hon. J. N. Saunders pronounced the Sunday. words and the rapidity with which the Mrs. N. B. Cheatham is in Nieholas- words were fired at the spellers added ville visiting her son, Mr. Dan much to the pleasure ef the occasion. Cheathan. The members of this society will give , Mr. W. R. Vaughn is able to be out another spelling match on the eveniug after an illness of several weeks of of February the 13th.. in connection! with which will be given a box party pneumonia. Mrs. Hogan Ea'lard is in Nieholas and various valentine amusements. won. J. . uwsiey ar. wno was a ville for a visit with her mother, Mrs. resident of Stanford for many years H. L. Elder. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard spent a few but who has made his home in Lexing days in Lexington last week the guest ton recently died there on Saturday and his body was brought here on Monday of Mrs Jeff Dunn. burial beside that of his wife. Mr, Mr. Billy King went to Lexington for has been in poor health for Friday to attend the dance at the Owsley several months but was not thought to Phoenix Hotel Friday right: He be worse than usual and his nurse left remained until Sunday. the room for only a few moments, Mrs. Sam Haselden entertained the when she returned he had quietly pasLadies Aid Society of the Pleasant sed away. No man ever lived in this Grove Church Thursday afternoon. County who was more highly honored Delightful refreshments were 'served and respected than was Mr. Owsley and a very pleasant afternoon was and his daath is regretted by the enspent. tire community. With the exception The Ladies Aid Society of the of Mrs. Richard Bush of Lexington Methodist church wili give a "Measur- and Mike Owsley of Texas all of his ing Social" at the residence of Mrs. children accompanied the remains. A Hannah Sweeny, on Thursday. Feb, short service was conducted by Rev. P. 5th. for the benefit of the church. L. Bruce, pastor of the Presbyterian Refreshments will be served and an chnrch, the Cumberland branch of admission of 5 cents for each foot and which Mr. Owsley was a life lone a penny for each inch over will be member. The respect in which he was charged. Everybody is cordially held at his late home was fully attestinvited to attend and the evening is ed by the lovely flowers sent by friends being looked forward to with the there. His children have the sincere anticipation of much pleasure. sympathy of the entire community. As-kiCar-tersvi- Special Newspaper for Czar. The czar of Russia has a newspaper of his own, specially printed each morning. It is the most exclusive paper In the world, for only two copies are supplied one for the czar and the other for his private secretary. Happy Days Coming. In that happy day about to dawn, as Is predicted, when ministers of the gospel after their sermons will lay aside their vestments to umpire Sunday baseball games, muscular Christianity will wear a mask and teach the players to respect the preacher's wllL New York World. Place for Everything. "Confound it, Emily, where do you keep the pins? I've been looking high and low for one for ten minutes. I'll wager there isn't an article of the sort in the house. If we men ran our offices like you women " "Oh, Dorothy, shake out the vacuum cleaner for mamma, dear, and take a pin right away to papa." FAKE SALES BEWARE of THEM, We have no fake sales but we do sell you goods cheaper than any other store. We give you a square deal and sell you at the right price the year around. Ask your frien ds or find out for yourself and be convinced that you will save money Sciatica. Newalgia. Shipp's Quick Relief Liniment is a reliable, harmless preparation that when simply rubbed on the flesh quickly relieves all aches in any part of the body, no matter how severe or deep seated they may b. Rheumatism,, Sciatica. Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Sore Musdes, Stiff Joints, Sprains and other acbesquiekly yield to the sooting influence of this marvelous pain alleviator. 50c at Druggists or by mail, postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company. Lexingto n Ky. Becker, Ballard & Co. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. NINA. Miss Viola Creech has entered school THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. at Richmond. Quite a number from here attended court at Lancaster Monday. Mr. Maris Ross sold seven shoats to Mr. W. E. Whitrker for $30. We are glad to say that Mr. W. T. Watson is getting along nicely now and we hope he will soon be out again. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and littie daughter, Lucile. of Buckeye, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker of this place, Sunday. Miss Jennie Wheeler, who has been in school at Midway, is at home and we are glad to know that she is recoV' ering rapidly after an accack of ap pendicitis. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. i' ,. .,-.- A. R JENNY. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R, T JllBRY, Ass't Cashier. r. J. L. GlLL, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I HUSBAND RESCUED B. F. HUDSON, W. O. P.IGNEY, President Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Vice r. Prest Book-Keepe- DESPAIRING WIFE W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, ahd I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recommend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chitunooca Medicine Co. Udto' Advisory .Dept.. from this ChitUnooci. Tenn for Special book. Hon cut and Treatment tor Women." tent In Uln wrapper. E46-- B ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. I J Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help U3, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator,Guardian,Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will. Insurance Policy, Mortgage. Notes, Stock Inventory. Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. Inttructumt on your The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday Jan 29, 1914. & Page 3 i 1 g$.sjssjsssgi:gggjs&fesjssi:4Ks&gss&ss s$s$ssssHsi:$'S$s'a:ss$i;sg?sj VALUE OF PASTURING For- Now Is toThe Time your and the place sell . r0OOCOOOftOOOOOU00OOOC000090S I MIC Result of Experiments With age Crops for Swine. Tobacco is H Mi ! Peoples Tobacco Warehouse DANVILLE, KY. r "' Alfalfa Proved to Be Most Satisfactory at the Iowa Station, Furnishing Pasture Most Constantly of All Crops Tried. By "W. C. PALMER, North Dakota ricultural College.) Ag- ! " I PP'.' "' 'i'ei':Sir':-MS X - " ES5I at ' i s V O o, o. stronger market, more buyers than here- and facilities for prompt handling of your crop. No rejection charges, Free barn and insurance on tobacco. A to-fo- f f re ? I 1 o Peoples Tobacco Incorporated. aa-s-a-.!.- Warehouse 6o The profits in hog raising come largely through pasturing. Tne Iowa experiment station in bulletin NO. 136 reports the result of experiments with forage crops for swine. It was found that the profits from grazing an acre IS YOUR SCHOOLHOUSE COM- of alfalfa in 1911 was. with corn at 50 cents and hogs selling at five cents. FORTABLE? $63.99; hogs, at six cents, $97.09. The j ,fhe wrfter beIieves with a his hcart Pubor, school laws pronT was" $4ft.39 with hogs at five cents, and Carolina are great forward steps along when hogs sold at six cents. These laws In 1909, clover when grazed with the path 'of progress. hogs retruned a profit of $32.34, hogs should be strictly enforced and similar selling at five cents, and $57.07, at six laws should be enacted in many other cents. In 1910, the clover pasture re- states'.' When the child is made to go H turned $28.82, and $51.20 with licgs to school however, and whether it is at five and six cents. made or not. a comfortableschoolhouse In 1909, rape returned $27.50 and should be provided for it. Lots of cents $47.47 with hogs at five and six respectively; in 1910, $37.51 and $6S.64. country schoolhouses are not comfortIn 1910, sweet clover returned $42.07 able, many aie absolutely unht for and $74.50 with hogs at five and six children to stay in. There are which do not need some one cents; In 1011, $23.46 and $39.50. Oats pasture returned $15.33 and $32.53, to carry on in them such a campaign with hogs at five and six cents respect- - for better schools and better school L?!y- - T,n :! " Mornstown Republicann j car " in HaIe" nn-I$43.8C:7ith hogs at five and "six cents. fv fennessee.You may not care to 1911, three different lots returned a county campaign, but surely S53.45 , S39.52 and SG4.63 each with , , T hogs at five and six cents. In 1909, you nave imprest enough in tile matter the returns from blue grass were to see that the schoolhousc to which Six V3 !lf$15.23 per acre, with hogs at five cents, your own children go is comfortable and $31.85 at six cents. fort hem. How about it? In all the trials corn was fed and 9 charged at 50 cents a bushel. Land rent was charged at six dollars per riU. l.: r acre. All costs of producing the crop QiTheChurci.es. was were figured in. Some meat meal fed. This was charged at two and ? A oooojoowowMgoooooooo The Literature Department of the Womans Club had at the last meeting an interesting subject for study; the mental attitude of Hamlet and Claudius in act 3 of the play. Miss Daniels reading gave an insight that was helpful and enjoyable. Miss Ison's paper on the Conscience of the King, was given by Miss Letty McRoberts. Mrs. Frank Marksbury ably conducted this meeting in the absence of Mrs. George Robinson. Incidents in Shakespeare's j life gave interestiK discussio for tle joun(1 Table (Edited By Tlie WommisCInb) If UllldllS blUU Mardi Gras EUN rROIIG FESTIVITY NEW OBIiEANS and MOBILE February 19-3- 4, 1914 Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return Limit to reach original starting point ?n!cr lha' March 6, with extension of limit to iMarch 23, 1914, on pa;'incar of SI. 00. LOW ROUND TKIP FARES r.' -; ATTRACTIVn any Kl.NQ,PasKnzcrs3d 0 . ... STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. Cr--crt Re-.&..V;.a-rE.t-ir.- la! Arcrr. ric'ttt . 10 ..., ... t.i !v..j. ttV.mtt7?ZZ?x&ZS&&ZSCt3KB!m& ent, CMn a 1C1 - or r ' t CS33Ea5583S5,rrS5?CT WTaSrSr Automobile fco be Given Awa. ai, tin- Ml j r i i .... . .. II :-.r?- 3 ' J ... - J,Sa Ail,. ttitt n.ii.i. tf ife . '!, 4 k"tL ftrv 5.T -- rs.. it i l i' r StI 1 sNews 8Ma " -- ti" '" K--'--- , ,".J I. M. DUNN, President. ooocbCMctooooocwDoooo&oooocsc- nished pasture the most constantly the crops tried. nl.!? hnnnti! o Tirmnrl Alfnlffi h nt tfsftnrv TirnVOfl it- fur- - of held J a ajo j a 5 ao ?o--a-- 82223?S5533IZrS5KiI32S 3 I Only a DaY and Night to New Orleans WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE too rank the second year. The results of these experiments should mean a good deal to North Dakota. The season is a little shorter, but this is in a measure offset with lower land rents. It is necessary to keep in mind that some grain needs to be fed the hogs in addition to the forage. When the pasture is alfalfa, corn is a good grain to use. the first year, but grew Sweet clover was Quarterly meeting services will b at tile Methodist church. Saturday j and Sunday. Brother Arnold, ing elder of the Danville district, will preach Saturday morning at 10:20 and 7:3o at night. The retrular Sundav morning seivices at 11 o'clock and 7 at night. Brother Arnold officiating at all the services. A cordial invitation is extended to all. presid-satisfacto- WiJUlXL s.:-- -" mil Music ie , leMr;uiii.s V v I H & 3 The Louisville Automobile Dealers' Association WILL GIVE AWAY U THREE RULES FOR FEEDING MONDAY February 23 ARRIVAL OF Mardi Oras The Two Big NEW ORLEANS Days--Fe- b TUESDAY February 24 PARADE OF REX l 2:00 p. m. and 23 and 24 PENSACOLA REX 10 MOBILE Proteus Parade AT NIGHT. $19.80 $18.00 a. m., and $19.95 -- Comus Parade AT NIGHT. ROUND TRIP FROM LANCASTER Tickets on Sale Daily February 17 to SLEEPING CAR FARE $4.00 TO $4.50 3 Inclusive, WAY EACH Extension Limit On Tickets To March 23 TO APPROXIMATE M TOTAL COST FOR THE ROUND TRIP. Estimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day in best private homes, or S2.00 ner rlav nt nn,i hotels, to which add the above railroad and Pullman fares. Apply to L. & N. Agent for printed list of Rooming Houses and Hotels. BsgTHEsggayggn rcgFTryymuw.:., HQEEa?iXH23GSiHi ; 0 WrSmn'iWm, E. C. Million, Pres. T. tanaajpEja gitlnaBfrtiiBja E. Deatherage, Treas. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. ? i S I s IP Phone M:m 100. Tob acco Incorporated. DIRECTORS Wargkes Capital Stock $33,000 Co. Proof. Stanley, aged five, wanted to know is not practical to spend the time if vermicelli was alive when he saw It necessary under ordinary conditions to it curl about in hot water, and did figure out an extra ration for each in- not seem quite convinced when told dividual cow. It is practicable, how- that it was not. A few days later, ever, to make a mixture of grains and on seeing his mother preparing macaother concentrates and to feed each roni for dinner, he exclaimed triumcow from this grain mixture in pro- phantly: "Now I know vermicelli is portion to her daily milk yield, and alive, else how could it grow into then to give her all the roughage she macaroni?" will eat up clean, and be reasonably sure that she has had all the food she needs to produce milk to the limit of Injuring Children's Eyes. her ability under ordinary conditions. "We are destroying the eyes of a The following rules of feeding are sug- large number of school children by gested by the Pennsylvania station: the burden of continuous near work 1. Feed grain in proportion to milk to which they are subjected," says a yield, that Is, give her, for example, leading physician. He suggests as a one pound of grain mixture a day for remedy, in addition to the use of eyeeach three or four pounds of milk pro- glasses, reduction in the amount of duced in one day. work dependent directly upon the 2. Feed all the roughage that the printed page. "Let us have more cow will eat up clean, up to the point thinking and fewer books," he de--1 where she gains too much weight. clared. 3. Whenever she becomes too fat, ' reduce the amount of roughage, leav- -' What Is a Week-End- 7 ing the amount of grain to be deter- What, or rather when, is a "week- mined by the milk yield. "When a cow leaves uneaten either end?" An English court has had to grain or roughage which is free from ' determine the meaning of the phrase. A man brought a reduced rate "week- end" ticket on Friday and when he sought to return Saturday night was told that he would have to pay full fare, as the special ticket would be good only on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The man sued the company . for the excess fare charged him and , won his case. I I I I Make a Mixture of Grains and Other Concentrates and Give in Proportion to Dally Milk Yield. most obstinate of mud stains. Rub. off with a cloth or flannel dipped in the soda, then press the wrong side of the fabric with a hot iron. To Remove Mud Stains. Carbonate of soda will remove the AN AUTOfflO Each pei sun pint sin; .m ,.cl:mssmii to thp Automobile Show will be given an opportunity of securing A N&W I5 1914 FORD CAI 'hliijmp i- Absolutely without cost or -t - OTEL 1 r.4m ,&t WASHSNGTON i & g ti. Ztzs. Pennsylvania Avenue, RATES: Rtcis, Ot!::!ti Blii at ISta RATC3S $10, $2.00 up. szze, 53.C0 c?. OVERLOOKS j WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Falni Court, E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, E. Deatherage. J. M. Haden, M.K. Ross. Indian Grill Room, Tea Room8 only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front doo'r frame. Doors made of California "The Wood Eternal." Red-woo- To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: Still we grow, and as we grow you must not find fault with us if we crow. During the week just closed we sold over our floors 440,000 lbs., and up to night, the entire market had sold 5, 129,200 lbs. Of the entire amount The Madison House Sold U jg YS- -! '' " Excellent Milk Type. h has the 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small reap. I I $ mold, dirt or foreign material, it should be removed Immediately, the manger swept clean and a much smaller amount given until her appetite returns, as evidenced by the cleaning up of her manger. Windows fop the Barn. The horse stable should contain windows on all sides for a good circulation of air, and the stable doors should be arranged to be left open ' on all hot nights and at all times when the animals are feeding or rest- - j ing in their stalls. The horse is always more or less heated after a ' day's work, and it cannot rest well until it has fully cooled off. Pays to Cull the Sows. When the breeder culls out his sows that produce stock that never attains good size; when he promptly sends to the block the sow with small litters; when he gets out of his' herd the peevish hogs and the hogs of low vitality, then he will hear less about the relative advantage of the crossbred hog. d, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. n m u have done this without your confidence; with it we can do anything. While the market seemed a little lower for the week, it was regular and strong for the grades that were offered were for the most part low ones. They do not, and cannot command high prices on any market, but we wish to say that we can, and do, and will, get just as much for the same grade of tobacco as can be 'gotten on any market in the We could not 2,705,530 lbs. The location of our factory sives us lowest freight from mills to factory, and from factory to you. Git a bltttr Sih and Sav mctiry by writing u. to-dfor catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) r.o. statioa f. louismie it. world. Several crop lots fold during the week at above $17., many sold above $16. and still more above $15. mm&Y INl --- TilC Z-&- '&?: 2- a ifi5'"!F2-- tt s W rfUG - FLORIDA This is the Season wnen Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Hiding, Driving, and all other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable You hear about irregular or spotted markets at other points, the MADISON still claims a regular and strong market every day. To those who still have tobacco to sell we are glad to say that we can give you and the tobacco more special attention than was possible when the house was congested by an overflow. We tell you how. and oa v best market prices. We are dealers; established in 1856; andean do BETTER for you Liiru agems ui commission merchants. References any bank In lou-Isvill- e. Write for weekly price list. FURS SONS SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Offers excellent service and most attractive routes Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot cf the World. nic make no Mistake in Bringing Your Tobacco Where Most Everybody Else Does, for it follows that if we have pleased them, we can please you. You M. SABEL A. 1 A 33 E. Market St. lOUISTIUE. XT. Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL Stop En Route at These Famous Southern Resorts CHARLESTON AIKEN SAVANNAH COLUMBIA AUGUSTA SUMMERVILLE Asheville in "The Land of the Sky" Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Fares Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. For information an to ichtduUt, communicate with your local agtnt or Main 1937 City 1938 8 n M Thanking you again and again for all that you have done for us and for this market we are,- - very sincerely. SUBSCRIBE FOK 'W&i Variable The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. THE CENTRAL 1 RECORD. fart and through SUtping Car icriM P. S. B gJjjrgJjJiAljiJI Monday's market opened with prices from one to(two dollars stronger, HJHliJiJKlKijjgJlIlj li $ .00 Per Year. B. H. Todd, D. P. A, Stark Building, Louisville, Ky. Page 4 JJKSK9K9K9KCH5XOXW?KttWX The Central Record, Thursday Jan. 29, 1914. S3SfcM:5ttSdKratfSttHftH6SStt WftHftSiXttKftKi&&Sitt35itt3i!Sa wfcffl;BWWSKWHVKKS&HrKK M:tfrK6K6HiiS3MSaSKaftS r HOME TOBACCO W RICHMOND, a Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store for renewals for papers and magazines. Get my catalog prices. Mrs. Dollie Brown, year. 3t-p- d. a$C&ra$&$xy$y$oi4y$oiai&i ' J $ KENTUCKY. i Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Best Light. Automatic Scales. The Largest and Most Convenient. J Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. tf:?tKs&i $Ks.g&sw&2?,' aMrt&$aGa4xystoey$& ;a.g a:g::s-a-- x.tZSH'SSZzis'x'X'x&ZZCZzl The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. E ROBINSON. Entered Rt J. th at Srrond-Olas- rot Oflice s In I.nueier. Mall Mutter KyM Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., January 29, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 10.00 s'or County Offices . . . 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of indiv: "uals or expression of individual views, per iine 10 Obituaries, per line 05 A few years ago there was organized in Lancaster a "Charity organization", which during its short life, only a part of one winter, did a great deal of good, but like most "organizations" in Lancaster, its life was short. There is urgent need of such an organization, in Lancaster. permanently, Other towns have them, why not we. They look after the dispensation of charity within the city in a systematic and judicious manner, and aside irom taking this burden from the shoulders of individuals, they keep in touch with the wants and needs of the community along this line, thir fundi are obtained from different sources, city, county, churches and individuals and are placed where they are most needed and where they will do the most good. The needy of a city cannot be properly cared for save through an organization, and individuals are more than iikely to be imposed upon in the absence of a regular organization, who would not be were there such a body to which they might be referred. There is to our certain knowledge worthy objects of charity in Lancaster today who are being cared for by individuals, and perhaps, who knows, actual suffering, for there are many worthy objects of charity who will not appeal to individuals for help, who would readily apply to an organization. In the latter case, rigid investigation is made by a committee and the deserving relieved, while the imposters are prevented from imposing upon the unwary. It appears to us that between the ministers of the various churches, the city and county and the help of many individuals who would readily and gladly subscribe an annual amount to such a fund, that an organization could readily be organized and maintained in Lsncaster. Wonder if the reading public will that 'Joe Robinson of the caster Record is 'sore' because the Interior Journal is printing just what Shelton Saufley is doing at Frankfort or that Shelton Saufley is 'sore' because Joe Robinsan suggested that he tell his readers more about his vote for the b Extra help in addition to all that and boost about himself?' It has doubtless been observed of late how scrupulous Shelton is in dealing with the acts of, others an 1 dealing with others when there are no acts, and the .public will now be impressed thatevery says himself about .thing he and the big things he is putat ting over in the Legislature Frankfort must be taken seriously. Thanks for the grain of truth aout us that we are not now boosting our frier d Henry Jackson. After we have read all the blow and boost in the Interior Journal for sixty days ot Representative Saufley by Editor Saufiey we think we will have learned to fairly present the merits at least of Henrv Jackson or any other public man. "Oh wad some power the giftie gie us To see oursel's as others see us." be-'liebum-com- The Rowands are coming to Vista. Feb. 2nd, at 7:30 P. el. Mrs. Lackey 111. Buena Mrs. D. M. Lackey has been seriously ill for the last two weeks. She is suffering from a severe cold and has been confined to her bed, and has been in a serious condition. However, we are glad to report she is somewhat improved and we sincerely hope that her complete recovery s near at hand. Mrs. Lackey certainly has a good claim upon the good offices of the entire community for she has been a ministering angel to the sick and distressed for many years, xicfc or poor, high or low. it made no difference, suffice for her to know that they were sick or needy, and they at oncelbecame objects of her solicitude nd tender care. Such christian spirit should be rewarded in this world, and it most assuredly will be in the world to come. "Garrard county tobacco seed" are in great demand. Scarcely a farmer Ward and Miss Susie goes to the An exchange paper asks this markets but he is importuntion "Honest Injun, and just between Ledford sought a Gretna Green at ed for a supply. girls, did Shelton really, truly ex- Cumberland Gap Tenn. On last Monus pect his bill, reducing the per diem of day where they were united in mar-Good Luck For A Lancaster Boy. Christian Church Burned. from j vlnrvn TK K; la 1Q iroove nf nrra . himself and his Mr. W. M. Mahan received a tele- nnH ic tri 1nnrritpr nf Mr. nnrl Mrs. I Bethel Christian church near Bee $10, to $5. a day, to be passed? MillnH LoHfnrfl nf Pninr Tick nnH waq i Bram from his son. F. C. Mahan. who Lick was consumed by fire on last Wedis interested in an oil field in Burton nesday when some individuals lost con- Let Us Hear From you When You Do Not a very petite and attractive young La. that they have struch oil of great lady. The groom is 19 years of age trol of a fire, which they had in a field Get Your Paper. and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton quantities and of a good quality, and near the church. will commence three more wells at The Record takes every possible Ward of near Lancaster. The young once. every subscriber couple are expected home Thursday precaution to see that Mr Alex Bishop Stricken. Honor Roll. Never. night and will be for the present at the receives a paper each week. slight Mr. Alex, Rishop suffered a theless, papers sometimes go astray, home of the grooms parents. Mr. G. B. Allen, of Denver, Colo., stroke of paralysis about noon Tuesday, and we are always glad to mail another. writes sending us $2.00 saying, he It effected his right side. He is some- copy to any subscriber whose paper Clark. hears we have moved into our new S! what improved, is resting easily and fails to arrive. Drop us a postal card for his speedy or call us up and another copy will be Mr. Granville Clark died at his home quarters and he knows we need change hopes are entertained near Cartersville on last Sunday after- to buy ink. He adds he does not want 2 recovery. gladly snt. One subscriber telephon- noon and his remains were interred in us to run out of ink, as it is the only ed us that his mail box contained four family burying ground at Carters- letter he gets from home every week. Owsley. among the Central Records and his was not ville on Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. He sends his regards to all his friends Hon. J. S. Owsley Sr. a life long res- them. We are very careful with our Mr. Clark was 75 vears of ajce and i in old Garrard. ident of Lincoln county until recently mailing list, and while the fault is had been in declining health for the The othets who do not want us to get B and one of their most highly respected seldom with us we are always glad to last three years, but the illness preced- out of ink are: and influential citizes, died at his home send another, in fact, we are flattered ing his death was of about three weeks George Anderson, Henry Riddleburger in Lexington last Saturday, a full ac- that you miss our weeVlv visit. W. L. Grow, duration. His death was due to the Hamlet Aldridge, count of his death appears in our StanV. C. Hughes, infismities. He is survived bv his wife J. Bruce Lawson, He'll Make Cood. ford letter this week. Mose Ray, and two sons, Messrs John and Emred R. C. Faulkner, Thedore Irvine, J. W. Guyn, , j& "Rich" in his notes from Washing- Clark, both of this county. Stanley At Harrodshursh Next Monday. ton to the Danville Advocate, has the J. A. Merryman; 'E. Mr. Clark was one of the substantial Wm. Duncan, N. B Price, following to say of Walter Hiatt, who citizens of the Cartersville section. A Jesse Ray. Congressman A. O, Stanley will M Mr ! oberly, jg speak at Harrodsburg next Monday formerly lived, and has numerous friends man of the strictest integrity, he held ' Lee Williams, R. L. Barker, the esteem of all with whom he was U. G. Preston, con- in Lancaster. County court day. Mr. Stanley is S. T. Graham, , A useful citizen, good Mrs. Alice Poor, "Mr. Walter S. Hiatt, who formerly acquainted. ducting a very aggressive campaign, R. N. Long' remarks after resided in Garrard county, near Lan- friend and christian gentleman, his 1. B. Shspherd. and from the favorable A. B. Champ, each of his speeches, it is very evident caster, has been in Washington the loss will be deeply deplored in his im- 'J. H. Yonce. that there is a fast growing sentiment past few days taking the examination mediate locality and throughout the en- Mrs. J. D. Burchell, Raymond Cates. A. B. Clark, Thomas Aldridge, By reason tire county. for the Consular Service. in his favor. J. Elbert Smith. of his fine education it is believed that Eason. he will experience little trouble in pass Land Sale. ing the examination. Mr. Hiatt was For the second time within six weeks Mr. J. T. Henry sold to Mr. S. G, educated at State University, Lexing- the death angel has invaded the home Estes a tract of land on the Buckeye ton, and since that time has been in pike. Price private. It seems that New York City, where he has been en- of Mr. Benjamin Eason in Lancaster. As administrator of the estate of this a very popular piece of property gaged in writing for various magazines His second visit was on last Sunday having changed hands four times in and newspapers. He hopes to get into afternoon when the spirit of his wife Mrs. J. E. Lynn, deceased, we will ofthe last few years. Mr. Henry- also the Consular Service that he may even- took its flight. Mrs. Eason was a suf- fer at public sale, on bought e tract of land from Dr. J. B. tually begin the writing of novels. The ferer from tuberculosis. She was 29 MONDAY, FEB. 9 1914, years of age and before her marKinnaird at $110 per acre. Service usually is very conducive to riage to Mr. Eason was Miss Shirley at 2 o'clock P. M. (County Court day) in front of the court house in Stanford writing in this respect; it takes the Cormnev of Lincoln county. She was Ky.. 80 acres of blue grass land, locaCard From Prof. Riley. men into many countries, where they a consistent member of the Baptist ted on the Somerset and Ottenheim Will you please change my address are thrown with different people and church, and after funeral services at turnpikes, 3 miles south of Stanford; from Chicago to Norman, Okla., where situations are diverse. It gives the Con- the late home by her pastor Rev. Bea- 50 acres of this land is virgin soil, the I am soon to go as an instructor in the sul a keen insight to other lands and he gle on Monday afternoon, her remains remainder having been in cultivation only two years, now wheat and University of Oklahoma. Reading your is usually eager to write of the things were placed at rest in the Lancaster timothv. Situated insown in community a good that appeal to him as different from newsy paper is a source of much pleasure cemetery. Besides her husband, she well watered, will produce corn, wheat tobacco or hemp. Will be offered in to me and we look forward to its week- those he left at home. is survived by three small children, two tracts, and then as a whole, and ly appearance. Much succses to you, and the bereaved father and mother- the bid realizing most money will be ac Largest In Months, Was The Crowd Here .1. W. Riley. I remain, less cnildren have the sympathy of the cepted. 1st. tract, lying east of the We know the friends of Prof. Riley entire community in their hour of trial. L. & N. R. R. Co.. and containing 66 Last Monday. will be glad to hear from him and wish Mrs. Eason was a noble, christian acres, more or less. 2nd. tract, lying him success in his new field of labor. Last Monday, County Court day, woman, a devoted wife and mother, west of the L. & N. R. R. and containbrought one of the largest crowds seen and during her stay in Lancaster had ing 14 acres, more or less. cash, remainder in TERMS one-haSomein town for several months. Will Whaley Buy Mules. gathered about her a wide circle of one and two years, equal payments, thing like one hundred mules on the notes bearing 6 per cent interest. For Mr. Will Whaley a well known live mnrlfot nnH nhnnr fifftf fhnncrincr hnndq friends, who grieve deeply at her tak- further information call or address, stock dealer of this county bought at at prices that seemed fabulous. While ' J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. the Executor's sale of Mr. Cassius M. there were a number of them on the W. Logan Wood, Danville, Ky. Russell Holmai Probably Fatally Shot Clay's personal property, a pair ot mules market, the inferior ones far out num. Administrators. for $8. As far as we have been able to bered these that were in good flesh. Near Paint Lick On Last Monday learn that is the lowest price ever paid , It takes a fat mule to bring the top " e for a pair of mules in Bourbon county. prices. The following is a few of the Night. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mr. Whaley's friends are speculating sales made Monday. Bright and Fox, Russell Holmau received a pistol on the probable age of the mules and four mules of R. L. Hubble, for $1000, wound on last Monday night which in on how much profit Mr. Whaley will pair of V. A. Lear, for $425, and two all probability will result in his death. make on his purchase Paris Democrat pair of Virgil Gastineau, for $805. j Fresh fish at Currey's. The bullet entered his right side, pass- Democrat also adds that Mr. ' Porter Rich a pair of Virgil Gastineau, The ed through the pleura, ranged upward Bring your produce to C. D. Powell's Whaley is looking about for a $4. bug- - for $350 these looked cheap, A. W. through the liver and lodged in store. gy to use with his $8. mules. He comes Kavanaugh; pair mules to Ison Bros, passing n the abdominal cavity. Just how to Lancaster right often but not to of Mercer, fcr $350 and a single mule Country jowl and Kale at Currey's. was injured is not definitely known. look after a buggy. to same parties, for $165. and one to Hein company with Jesse and John Can j'ou beat it. Rufus Moss for $175, V. A. Lear a pair Dozier was in a buck board and when front bedrooms. For RENT:-Thre- e Hon. A. 0. Stanley's Speaks. mules of Nath Bogie for $355, W. B. near the home of Mr. Rice Woods shots Furnished. Burton a pair of V. A. Lear, for $450, were fired, and upon investigation M6-9- t. Hon. A. O. Stanley will deliver an j Mrs. C. D. Powell. address to the voters of Bourbon coun- and of J. M. Cress four aged mules, Holman was found to be wounded, but for $810, Center Bros one nice young whether by his own hand or whether the See and hear the Rowands for 25 cts, ty at the Court House today at 1:30 pm. Hon. A. O. Stanley ranks right along) mule to A. R. Denny, for $200, Wilson pistol was in hands of one of the Dozier at the Buena Vista Consolidated School with Senator James as an orator and Rogers, of Paint Lick, pair of 5 year boys when discharged is not definitely Feb. 2nd, at 7:30, P. M. the people who go to hear him will lis- old horses and one mule to W. B. Bur- known, though it is said that young My Stock of general merchandise is ten to one of the greatest speeches ton, for $520, A. B. Champ of Paint Jesse Dozier fired the shot. However, has been delivered in Paris in re Lick, bought nice horse of R. C. Boain all parties assert that the shooting was complete and I will appreciate your that C. D. Powell. old mules.of J.B. accidental. The Dozier boys are sum- - trade. for $185 and 3 cent years. Congressman Stanley has never be ouynn, lor $410, Denny Bros, a young moned to appear before County Judge Town Property For Sale. j Clayton A. Arnold today, Thursday, fore spoken in Paris, but many prom horse mule to Steve Hill, for $120. My house and lot on Lexington street when an attempt will be made to get inent Bourbon farmers heard his great ' speech at Lexington several years ago i DogS Largely Responsibly For Mutton the true facts in the case. Holman is Lancaster, Cy. for $4500. Mrs. Fannie Walker. about 32 years of age, is married and when the tobacco situation was acute, Scarcity He is a tenant on j hes two children. It is safe to say this speech will be The increase of sheep in the United the farm of Mr John L Dozer, Farm Wanted. worth hearing whether you are for Mr. States is not in keeping pace with the Stanley or against him. Speaking will I want to buy a small, well improved, begin at 1:30 and a large crowd will increase of population. Probably the Some Barber. well watered, productive farm or. a marketing of ewe lambs is one cause attend to hear this man who was so inthis, but there is another cause Let me give you the record of some good pike near Lancaster. Give price strumental in helping the farmers to for in the fact that many farmers have work done by Henry Duncan, the bar and full description. win their fight with the tobacco trust. Lock Box No. 367, the sheep-raisin- g indnstry. In ber, who is here to spend the rest of j Paris Democrat. Cassville, Missouri. Pd. 1900 about 22 per cent of the farms in his days. For the last twenty-fiv- e twenty-fiv- e Kentucky reported sheep while in 1910 years, he has shaved feet For Sale George G. Grow Farm Sold At Commis- only 17.6 per cent reported them. The of beard off these true and tried gentle- - i mnn nnrl mnnv nthprs turn mnmprniiQ tn ' 154J acres land near Hyattsville Ky. former Secretary of Agriculture, James sioners Sale. Wilson, in his annual report for 1912, mention, namely: Messrs W. L Law-so- If not sold by March 1st, would lease Pursuant to an order of the Garrard declared that dogs outnumbered sheep W. C. Mason, Circuit to one or more parties for tobrcco or Circuit Court, Master Commissioner W. , in many states, even tne great agri Clerk, R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, A. hemp. Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydon, H. Brown, at the Court House door in cultural State of Kansas reporting in D. Leavel, Gabe Greenleaf, R. H. Bat-soNicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Lancaster last Monday sold the farm of 1910 only 175,000 sheep as compared Merehant, A. R. Denny, Pres. the late George G. Grow to Brutus , with 199,000 dogs. Most farmers who National Badk, J. M. Farra, Rep., of Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. Wearren, he being the highest bidder, j are not raising sheep, according to Mr. County and Dr. J. B. Kinnard. The farm consisted of 72 acres, is at Wilson, give as their reason "the dogs" He shaved one inch per month mak- Bank Stock. Hackley in this county and was originalfeet per year. Had this In a number of States, sheep are de twenty-fiv- e We wish to receive an offer on ten ly a part of the Jo. Burnside place. It clining in number and increasing in ag- beard grown in a held it would cover has a splendid dwelling, comparatively gregate value. Evidently there is more three acres of ground, would have been shares Fourth National Bank Stock. Blackmar & Sons. new, a good barn and other improve- money to be made in sheepraising than six inches tall on ground in shocks it Columbus, Ga. ments and is a very desirable place. ever before and this should be an in- would have been four feet tall, thirty There were several bidders on the ducement for the expansion of the in- shocks to the acre, therefore ninety Strayed. place and it was finally knocked down dustry. The fact remains that the in- shocks to the stack, this does not inFrom my place near Cartersville, a to Mr. Wearren at $129.55 per acre. crease is not what it should be and that clude the many hair cuts. In all these small black mare mule, saddle scar on The place was sold for the purpose of the possibility of a mutton famine is years I have not caused a man to have winding up Mr. Grow's ejtate, and the looming up. In some sections of the a sore face. Nor has a man ever come back, shod all round, coming 3 yearj part of the proceeds going to infant country the sheep raisers have sustained back on me for giving him a poor hair old. Last heard of near heirs Will be reinvested according to severe losses by reason of their herds cut. James I. Hamilton. the courts orders. being cut down by disease. And in all Wouldent you say this is some reCommissioner Brown also sold under sections of the country the dogs are to cord, so continue to go to Henry Dun SALESMAN WANTED to look after judgment of the court in the case of be reckoned with a persistent enemy of can's shop, the barber who knows your our interest in Garrard and adjacent John Walker Vs. Alberta Mitchell, a the herd. These are obstacles to the face and keeps every thing sterlized. counties. Salary or Commission. house and lot near Paint Lick to O. C. sheep industry which hamper its growth Address THE HARVEY OIL CO. Barbers may come and Barbers may lt-p- d Cleveland, O. Rucker for$600. as much as unwise marketing. go but Henry will stay on forever. Did He Expect It To Pass? Surprise Their Friends. ques- Mr. Robert fellow-legislato- i' 1 it 42 w U w g g CLEAN 1 1 1 1 Clen Lily IIE: FLOUR. 0 I 1 PURE KB IreJ I 1 eh ps S O o t$ j Why Clean? Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. I It. I r Why Pure? Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. hltlh Vaciuum nressure to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. I 1 Why Sanitary? Because under Public Sale Why Wholesome? Because everything is separated the pure nutritious part of the Wheat from - Kernel. After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. GARRARD MILLING CO. MMxQyQXx:rgMfirrgi!i TEDxx.i0A: ' MnMMMhMMhANM lf For Sale: We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in or-t- o make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. We also have some nice shoats weighing about 80 pounds for sale. I I j Hol-ma- j I I Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co I mmimm mirmmm mmmmmm n, With Shining Eyes and n, Watering Mouths the children wait for you to cut the cake you have made White with Swan Hour Don't fear their anticipations of something extra will not be realized. Use of WHITE SWAN FLOUR insures a perfectly delicious cake if the other ingredients are as good. Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making. It is splendid. Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills The Central Record, Thursday Jan. 29 1914. Page 5 NOTICE TO THE FARMERS OF PAINT LICK and VICINITY Having decided to remain in the Mercantile business at Paint Lick, we have arranged to enlarge our business by adding a complete line of Hardware and Harness. For the past few months, we seriously thought of closing out our business here, from the fact that Mr. Hammack, of the firm, was considering a proposition in another State. But after being persuaded by some of our best friends and customers, who have constantly stood by us in a business way, we have decided to remain here and try even harder to accomodate our customers, in the future, by giving them what they want at a reasonable price. Of course, as we were considering closing cut naturally our stock was reduced, and now is about one third of what we generally carry. This will be renewed by a brand new, UP-TO-T- HE MINUTE LINE and CARE. We have also added to our business the Old Reliable KOKOMO FENCE, which we have now on our yards in most all Specifications. We will be glad to have you examine this fence and get prices before buying. Thanking our friends for the liberal patronage of the past, and hoping to be able to serve you in the future, we remain, yours for business, OP Dry Goods, Ladies and Gents Furnishings Clothing has always been our hobby, and of Ask any course that department will be complete. young man of this community where he well dressed buys HIS clothing, and remember when he tells you FISH & HAMMACK. Our Clothing is clean, brand new, of perfect lines, and smart styles, "Just off the Tailors Bench". We carry no Job lot stuff. All know who have tried us. We cater to the class who KNOW FISH & HAMMACK Paint Lick, Ky. School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) The Greatest and best Plow made. j Gossip About jireopie A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings byThoje Wt Are Interested in. Annette Jennings motored to Lexington, Friday evening for a theatrical performance. Mrs. J. E. Stormes has been suffering with tonsilitis this week. Mrs. J. T. Arnold of Richmond is visiting Mrs. W. H, Ward this week. Miss Annell Tomlinson left this week for a visit to her aunt in Lexington. is Mrs. Margaret Lane of Judson, visiting Mrs. L. T. Broaddus. Walker Burnside of Alabama is here visiting his aunt Mrs. W. O. Rigney. Mesdames W. B, Mason and W. R. Cook, were visitors in Lexington Tuesday. JOHN DEERE STEEL and SYRACUSE PLOWS Vulcan Plows at reduced prices, All kinds of Plow Gear. Prices right Mrs. D. M. Lackey is confined to home by an attack of tonsilitis. her J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. T n T 1' XT T ATViTVCK. n Your JSN'T rrn SHOE U anaH JIT3T ySZLLZIfG K- or frrJi K" wm WE. SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any WA&T TO PMEASE yocf Ifr mmm A if 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. J. Milton Elliott, of. Frankfort, was with Dr. and Mrs. Elliott, for several Attorney H. Clay Kauffman was in days. Frankfort, last week on business. Mr. Bristow Conn of Danville visited Miss Mamie Kemper of Danville, is his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn, with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Price. Tuesday. Mrs. W. O. Goodloe left last week Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin, of Dan for Lexington for a stay of several ville, were guests on Monday of Dr. days. and Mrs. Acton. Miss Florence Dawes of Lincoln Misses EdnaGulley, Kate Hamm and county is the guest of Miss Mamie Miss Ruth Royce are visiting Miss Bastin. Lillie Mae Sutton. Mrs. Harrison Coldiron spent last Miss Mamie Dickerson has returned week with her sister, Mrs. Willie to her home in Richmond after a visit Parsons. to Miss Bessie Brown. Mrs. W, M. Thomas and son, are at Mr. Breck Wallace of Mt, Sterling home from a visit to Lincoln county will engage in farming this ypar with relatives. his uncle, T. E. Cecil. Colonel Lew Holmes heralded the Mrs. Kate Walker and daughter Vivcoming of county court day by coming ian of Middlesboro are the guests of in Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Milton Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pepper, of LinMr. Hicks, of Richmond, was with coln county are here with Mr. and Mrs. his attractive friend. Miss Minerva W. Ross Bastin. Cox, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Thomas and children spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Jessamine Co. Mrs. T. J. Price leaves next week for a visit to Judge M. H. and Mrs. Mabry of Tallahassee, Florida. Mr. Marshall Eason of Wilmore. was called here by the death of his daughter the late Mrs. Ben Eason. Hon. J. R. Mount came up from Frankfort Saturday and remained over Sunday with his family and friends. in-la- Mrs. W. A. Price was in Danville, Saturday the guest of relatives. The condition of Mrs. Sallie Fox ot charming hostess. Marksbury, who has been critically ill On last Friday, Miss Elizabeth Gibbs for some time, her friends will reg.-e- t entertained at a course dinner in honor to hear, shows but little improvement. of Miss McLean and of her own visitor. Miss Stella Hendren. of Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Hayden, of Lexington. and Miss Allie Hendren, a popular Those who partook of her hospitality teacher of Paint Lick were with their were Misses McLean and Hayden, Missparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hen- es Dean, Burnside and Elmore, and Messrs Louis Tinder, Will and Sam Den dren, Saturday and Sunday. ny, Brewer Lay ton and Chnault Elmore. Mrs. Wm G. Anderson and daugeter. j Mrs Givens Terrill entertained at a Mrs. J. Roe Young, of Maysville, held I twelve o'clock dinner in honor of Miss a joint celebration, the former com- McLean on Wednesday, and today, Fri. memorating her 81st birthday and the day. Mrs Robert J. Walker, will give a luncheon in her honor at thair new latter her 40th marriage auniversary. home in Paint Lick. Friends of Mr. George D. Burdett will be pleased to know that a recent We have new pianos meeting of the directors of the Central Life Insurance Co. he was elected a ready for inspection. Also vice president as well as a director of that company, one slightly used piano for Val Cook and sister. Miss Margaret Cook, will entertain the Junior Chris- Bro. Beagle visited our school Wednesday morning and gave a good talk on "Purpose". Miss Robinson returned from Camp-bellsville Monday, and school work at noon. resumed her Mr. Robt. Tomlinson ,14 has sufficiently recovered from a severe cold as to be able to attend school. Miss Masons room will entertain at Friday Morning Exercises at 8:13. The Public is Cordially invited to be present. tian Endeavor Society this Friday evening at their home on Danville Avenue. A tempting luncheon will be served the young people. R. S. BROWN. 31 1C Misses Bessie and Mary Bastin, of Lincoln county, are guests of their aunt, Mrs. Larkin Van Hook. DC DC DC Mr. J. S. Bowman, of Lewis county has joined his wife here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Mr. Robert Lytle a popular traveling man of Danville was mingling with Lancaster friends Court day. Mrs. Homer Tlnsley who has been quite ill at the home of her father Mr. J. B. Conn is now somewhat improv- We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. Better Step Inside 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 7tiFi i 'R.64C5S LUMBER OFFICE I z 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. I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg it Go. Mrs. Rebecca West and daughters Misses Fannie and Bettie West were ed. with Mrs. George Robinson in Danville Miss Emma Doty, was hostess to a last week. number of the young society set at an Mrs. W. A. Price and daughter, Miss enjoyable social affair Tuesday evenMamie Stormes Dunn will leave shortly ing. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray Orrel, in Foit Miss Lillie Belle Long has returned Pierce, Florida. to her home at Winchester, Ky. after Mrs. R. E. McRoberts gave an in- a visit to her cousin Miss Ida Mae formal "Tea Pouring" to some 8 or 10 Cecil. lady friends at her attractive home on Dr. A. S. Price and Mrs. Price of Danville Avenue. Stanford were guests on Wednesday of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price at Pleasant "A Rook Party" last Friday evening Valley. the honor guest being her brother Mr. Mrs. Addle Sebastian of Richmond is Waller C. Hudson. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans John Lewis Gill entertained a number and Mrs. Malinda Cotton on Richmond , of his comrades on Saturday evening, avenue. the guest of honor being a late visitor Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith was a most in Lancaster, Mr. Waller C. Hudson. agreeable hostess on last Thursday at Mrs. W. O. Rienev entertained at a a dinner party at the "Manse" on well arranged 6 o'clock dinner on Sat Water street. urday evening the honoree being her Mr. Alvin Estes of Richmond and nephew Mr. Waller Hudson, late of Mrs. Steve Estes of Kirksville, were Denver, Colorado. visitors of their sister, Mrs. Mattie Mr. Charles Doty, of Lancaster, has Estes, Monday. entered the Danville business college On Monday evening. Miss Lillie Mae and will take a course in this instituSutton was hostess at an elaborate so tion. He formerly attended Central cial function in honor of Miss Edna University in this city. Advocate. Gulley of Texas. Messrs Joe, Paul and Oakley Hiltcn Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie will go to of Paris, and Wm Hilton of East Danville Saturday for a visit of two Bernstadt, were called here Sunday by weeks to Mr. W. C. Price and Mrs. the unfortunate accident that befell Price in Danville. their brother Mr. James Hilton Sunday The "measuring social" given by the afternoon. Methodist ladies of Bryantsville, will Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden, Mr. begin at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of Robert Hewlett and Miss Margaret Feb. 5 at the residence of Mrs. Hannah Noland, Mr. Roger Aldridge and Mi:f Sweeney. Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess at an elaborate 12 o'clock dinner at her Obituary. suburban home at an enjoyable family reunion the occasion being a visit from On Last Lords Day, at two thirty, Mrs. Hudson's son Waller C. Hudson the messenger of death came to the late of Denver Colorado. home of Mr. Benj. Eason and claimed will be very gratifying to tha as its victim the w.fe and mother of It many friends of Mr. T. D. Chesnut of that heme, Mrs. Shirley Lee Eason, Marksbury to know that he is rapidly who for the past three months has recovering from his recent illness. been a patient sufferer from that dread disease, tuberculosis. Mr- - Chesnut was taken ill about ten Mrs. Eason was born in Anderson, days ago while in Danville. Ind. on Sept. 18, 1884, while quite Miss Florence McLean of Nashville young with her parents she moved to Tenn. is visiting her uncle Mr. J. G. Lincoln County Ky, where she was Burnside at Point Leavll. Miss Mc united in marriage to Mr. Benj. Eason Lean is a daughter of Mr. Richard Mc- on Feb. 18, 1905. Unto this union Lean a former citizen of this countv. were born four children, one, an infant but who for many years has made his son, having preceeded her to that great beyond but a few weeks, the home in the Tennessee capitol. Misses Fannie and Lucy Ross of other two little daughters and son are Kirksville entertained a large crowd of left with husband and father to mourn young friends on Thursday evening. this sad loss. Mrs. Eason some seven years ago The honor guests being, Mr. Roy Camptrusted Jesus as her personal Saviour bell of Bryantsville, Mr. Sale Hutchens and Mr. John and Robert Metcalf of and united with the Baptist church of Paint Lick. Mr. Eligah and Ellie this place, and was a true follower of Jesus, "even unto death" for her last Prewitt of the same place, Misses Hat- tie and Callie Hutchens of Richmond. words were words of comfort, she said Several games were played and a de that she was prepared and ready to go to be with Jesus and told her husband lightful evening was passed. not to forget to thank all the christian His many friends in this section will people and friends for their kindness regret to read the following from the to her and the children during her Washington Post: "Representative affliction, and begged the family one Harvey Helm, of the Eighth Kentucky and 'all to meet her over there with District, may be obliged to undergo an Jesus and the Angels, and in a few operation soon. His physical condition hours the spirit took its flight to that for some time has been such as cause blessed abode. apprehension among his friends and On the following day the funeral since he returned to Washington a few service was conducted at the home by days ago he has been advised by ex- Pastor Beagle, assisted by Rev Pollitt, perts to go to a hospital and submit to of the M. E. church after which the the knife." remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery. Mas. Emma P. Grant has received the sad information of the death of her Card Of Thanks. niece and namesake Mrs. Emma Myers Smith at her home in Richmond, I wish to express my appreciation Missouri. Deceased was born in Lan- and gratitude to the good people of caster and was a most excellent chris- Lancaster and community, for their tian woman and a daughter of the late kindness and sympathy shown to my Thomas and Lucy Myers, and a niece companion, in her suffering, to myself of the late banker Mr. John D. Hearn and dear little children. May the of Covingtor. A husband and four Great God of Heaven bless each and children and two brothers besides a every one of you for your kindness and number of relatives mourn her loss. sympathy. Ben Eason. Miss Florence McLean who is Miss For Sale. Annie Belle Burnside's charming guest has been the recipient of much attenI wish to sell privately my farm con tion during her stay. On Monday even- taining about sixty acres of land, well ing her hostess entertained in her hon, watered and located 4 miles from Lanor, those present being Miss McLean, caster on Danville pike and J mile Misses Elizabeth Gibbs, Olive Dean, from pike near Uix river; also a six Margaret Noland, Charley Elmore.Jean year old bay mare, works and drives etta Eldridge, Elizabeth and Sallie well and brings good colts every year. Woods, and Messrs Will and Sam Denny Three jersey heifers, fresh last of Dr. Carman, Arthur Eldridge, Chenault March or first of April ten good ewes Elmore, Louis Tinder and Harry Fran- and one buck, all young and will lamb Jerry Bland, cis. Delicious refreshments were served about March 16th. and all were loud in their praise of the Lancaster, Ky. sale at a bargain. Will also have piano tuner highly recommended, phone me your orders. Rella Arnold. Mrs. W. A. Price, Mrs. W. J. Romans, Mrs, J. E. Dickerson, and Ran dolph, and Miss Lena Bright were Friday morning visitors at our school. Mr. Elliott, formerly of Lexington, but now of Frankfort and representing the Ginn Book Co was a visitor at our school Tuesday morning and gave us a welcome talk. Class.rings On last Friday evening the Junior class President. Bradley Bourne, called a class meeting for the benefit of getting rings or pins for the class this year. The boys and part of girls won out over the other girls by a hard fought debate for the Rings. Catalogues have already been ordered by the Junior Secretary, and in a few days will have the Rings. Let's Have Oh, Ho! ROOT nner For Once I'm ungry D JUICE Makes You Eat Like a Wolf and Digest Like an Ostrich. Tut, tut, don't say you are not hungry, can't eat, can't digest, or suffer after. That's a complaint of yesterday. Get a few doses of BOOT JUICE Into that finicky stomach of yours and see what happens. You'll soon know what good, healthy hunger is. you'll forget about indigestion and dyspepsia in a hurry and you'll sit down and enjoy the biggest meal you've had in many a day. What's more you'll experience the greatest surprise of jour life you'll digest that dinner and you'll have no pains and stuffy feeling after it. You'll not belch and bloat like "Sakea Alive, John. Yon Hungry? That ROUT JUICE In a Mart el." you did before and ou'U be ready for another big. husky feed at supper time and more big meals tomorrow. Never you mind what failed to help you or what you've tried before or how much money you have wasted on uncertain things, you Just try ROOT JUICE for ten days and prove these words. It's simply got to give results or back goes your money. You're taking no chances this time. ROOT JUICE Is guaranteed to give satisfaction to everybody who uses It. The druggist will tell you that precious few ask for money back everybody says you couldn't buy the benefit they've had for ten times the price and thev want more of it. ROOT JUICE can't hurt anybody, nothing harmful In it, no bad after effects, no reaction. It Is made of roots and herbs and the way It works Is sfmply wonderful. It does more than merely put the stomach in fine condition. It benefits the whole body, stirs up the lazy liver and bowels, strengthens the kidneys and bladder and cleans out the blood. It puts new vim and force into the nerves and makes you feel like you have been made all over again with every part and organ working like a clock. Don't you let anybody switch you off onto something else this time. You get guaranteed, money-bac- k ROOT JUICE and try It for Just ten days. Get It right off. today and take your first dose before your next meal. It's good, you'll like the taste, but you'll feel like screaming with Joy and happiness when you see what relief it brings. ROOT JUICE frlorious at all first class drug stores at a dollar a. bottle and It's worth a hundred. You'll say so, too. Page 6 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Central Record, Thursday Jan. 29, 1914 $$9"&"0" HOW HE SOLD THE MINE By LEWIS AUBURY. FRUITS OF By MAKE-BELIE- A Money Saving. y HEwSk -- Little Mrs. fluttered into her guest's room with a pasteboard box in her hand. "Helen," she said, "I want you to do something for me. See this perfectly beautiful silk muffler I have bought The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has dcch for Allan's birthday present? Well, his in use lor over 30 years, has home the signature of birthday is three weeks off, but I want and lias been made under his pcr- him to wear the muffler tonight Please sonal supervision since its infancy. -pretend that you have bought it for &CcUl Allow no one to deceive you in this. city several one of your friends and oifer it tol are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-jjomonths ago. Upon Allan to wear. His old muffler Is qutt9 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of arriving he put up shabby and he's going to an important Infants and Children Experience againbt Experiment. at a business men's dinner. It's necessary, ' downtown hotel, I think, that he should look prosper-- 1 and as he handed ous, and he can't look prosperous while a sack of speci- wearing a worn-ou- t old muffler, can Para-pori- e, Catorra is a harmless snhstituto for Castor Oil, mens and his grip he?" Itvayy a::d Soothinsr Syrnpo. It is pleasant. over to the clerk, "No, Laura, I suppose not," agreed contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic he remarked : ' Helen. "But, really, wouldn't I be' Mihstaure. Its aarc is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms to sailing1 under false colors if I " "Jest I and allajs Eever:hnes. For more than thirty years it stay a couple o'j has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, "Never mind that, dear. It's only a days, an' I ain't! joke, you know, Flatulency, Yi'iucl Colic, all Tccthinj? Troubles and 'i do want Allan to where perticler Diarrhoea. It regulates tlie Stomach and Bowels, use you mal:o my have thespoil of the muffler and I don't thf- - Food, giving healtliy and natural bleep. assimilates wish to the birthday surprise by bunk down, only Td kinder like ter giving The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. it to him now. He's out in the on the fust floor, case o' Are, yer be hall this minute getting ready to start know." out. Let's go and insist upon his wearHaving been assured, ho remarked ing it." to the clerk that he thought he would In a moment Helen found herself of' jBears the Signature of stroll around a bit. fering the muffler to her host with a He had scarcely reached the cross careless generosity that quite suring before ho was accosted by a man prised herself. j who had been seated in the hotel lob-- 1 "But I hate to take the new off a by and 'who had been an interested ' present you havo bought for listener to his conversation with the friend, Helen," protested Allan, some who clerk. would really have preferred his old "Excuse me," he said, "but I have silk scarf. just learned of your arrival in the "I'm very glad to have you try it out city, and knowing of your Interest in mining affairs, through hearsay, I for me," laughed Helen. "Oh, Allan, it's so becoming to you," Kind You have taken the liberty of speaking to said his wife. "That soft gray just you regarding your 'propositions.'" THE CENTAUR COMRANV. NEW VORK ClTV, The bait was ample for our desert suits your complexion. Don't you , friend, and he forthwith began to de- think he looks nice in it, Helen?" "Yes, indeed, Laura," agreed Helen, claim on the merits of his prospects. "Well, yer see, my friend, me an" smilingly. "Allan, do be careful not to lose it. the boys hev some claims out by Canyon Springs, an' as our powder an' Helen, you have no idea how perfectly grub is putty low, an' as all reckless Allan Is with his belongings. by afford to When you have a husband you'll see o' them thought as I was the for stock or house use since it is possible to pro7 one in the bunch, an they all how much care a man is. Now, Allan, knew 1 was too smart to be taken in perhaps I'd better fasten this muffler cure a high grade, reliable pumping engine at a low price. by any of them sure-thinfellers, why, to your overcoat collar with a little they jest concluded to get together safety pin. I'm sure I don't want Helen -what capitul there was in the camp to be worried about it" Eclipse Engines "I shan't have the least anxiety," and giv it ter me, an' I was tole to vamose up here and git some more declared Helen, who marveled at her are Simple, Reliable and Economical to help out durin' the winter, or mebbe friend's gratuitous play acting. Made in two sizes No. 1 and No. 2 "Well, do be careful, anyway. I sell a claim or two. So here I be, an' amp I if I kin find the capitalist, well, say, should so hate to have you lose it Al4 UP They are easily started and require lan, the way you lose umbrellas." he's my huckleberry." "Perhaps I had better not borrow it little attention. Will pump 1,000 gallons "What's say? What hev we got of water on less than one pint of gasoline. Ha! Ha! Excuse me for laffin". stran- I can usually be trusted, Laura, not to ger; I feel so tickled. Yer see, I never scatter my wearing apparel about the CAPACITY: thought as how it would be so easy, city, but if you" w, "Nonsense. It is a great deal better and here I am, gone and got some one and No. 2, 2000 gallons 1, tw.wmp J No .hoar1000 gallons ft. head. A proportionately interested the very fust rattle outer looking than your old one. Please keep against an 80 the box. Well, there's the Golconder, it on. Helen will be hurt now if you less quantity against a higher which is a true fisher vein thet I hev don't wear It Won't you, Helen?" head. "Yes, indeed, I shall," asserted Heltraced fer 14 mile, an' Is 72 feet an' four inches wide, thet will essay $S3 en, dutifully. So Allan, trying to look pleased and ter the ton, and the fines' formashun yer ever set yer eyes on; an' there's gracious, thanked her again and went to the dinner, wishing with secret irrithe Golden Dream, an its sutherly the Pipe Dream, which is a tation that his wife would not be quite corker, and the riches' preposishun of so anxious about his appearance. The next morning while Helen was the lot, down on her an' she pans big from wall to wall. packing her trunk to leave Laura No. 1 Eclipse Engine and Jack No. 2 Eclipse Engine and Jcck. Engine detached came into the room with the muffler. "Oh, yes, we hev plenty o' wood "Now, wasn't it just like Allan to go slathers of It an water, too. Yer be Eclipse Engines can easily be detached from the pump looking fer mines and what'll I take? to business without even thinking of and used for running Washing Machine, Cream SepaOh, 'bout $400,000 fer the bunch, but returning this to you?" she asked. "I if yer on'y want one er two, I'll come took it out of his overcoat pocket berator, Churn, Corn Sheller, Feed Grinder, Grindstone down. fore he was up, and he never missed and other light machinery about the Farm. "Oh, money's no object, and the big- it. You see, men are really awfully ger the better? Well, I jest know these careless. Do you wonder that I cauWrite us for catalog No. 7.42106 containing claims are Jest what yer want, an' I tioned him not to lose It?" detailed description, capacity table, etc. "No," murmured Helen, absently. know Mr. Rosschild an' them English slndicuts yer hev behind yer back'H She was a little tired of the muffler. be tickled clean to death when they "And wasn't it just splendid that he know how lucky ye've bin in gittin' never suspected it was really his own 8th Ave. and Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio such a valerble property. Yes, I give muffler that he was wearing? You yer a bond on It right erway, an' say, know, when he was thanking you so n you jest telygraft them there fellers effusively last night I could hardly mBmxmmixxxmmLffrKWTria jijuh ww r'' !,- - .mj w.vrniBi till r keep my face straight." and hev them send the money over "Nor I mine," sighed Helen. After he had signed a number of Two days after Helen reached her mysterious documents that had been own home she received a gray silk d presented to him by his muffler from Allan. It was a much friend, and had partaken of numer- handsomer and more expensive one ous and divers lemonades (?) he man- than that which he had supposedly aged to find his way back to the hotel, borrowed from her. "My dear Helen," said the note and as he edged up to the counter, he exclaimed to the clerk: which accompanied It, "Laura was "Put her thar, pard. I tole yer I right, after all. I should have cast was a crackerjack. Jest sole a mine away my pride and allowed her to pin fer a millyun dollars. Nothin' slow that muffler of yours to my overcoat. 'bout me, eh? Met business fren o' I have to confess that her anxiety was INCORPORATED Rosschile. Goln' ter buy all my claims not unfounded. I must, indeed, be the nex week. Borrer money? No, sur. ' careless creature she thinks mo, for I I let him hev ten dollars to send a did lose your muffler. When I went to Per Year In Advance. cabul over tellin' them fellers what take it out of my overcoat pocket to LANCASTER. a fine mine I hev. He's all righty. return it to you I was astonished to KENTUCKY. He's ter pay mo back when find it gone. I hope that the one I am r. Shay, ole sending will be a satisfactory substithe bank opens man, I guess I'll be makin' tracks fer tute for the beautiful muffler you so the cage and git up to my bunk. Say, kindly trusted me with, and that, rejest tell the ingineer what level I'm membering I am a mere man, you will ter git off at, will yer, an' say, sen find it in your heart to forgive me. a canteen up in case my coppers git "By the way, I shall be eternally hot." grateful if you won't say anything to And with a parting wave of the Laura about my losing your muffler. hand to the clerk, he managed to She is such a punctilious litle woman reach the elevator and was whisked that she would be quite upset over my to the "levels" above. fault, especially after all her warnThe embryo millionaire Is still In ings. So, with more apologies, I throw town. I met him the other day. Ha myself upon your mercy." has moved from the hotel and has "Good gracious! What shall I do Note Heads. Bill Heads. found cheaper quarters. He thinks the with the thing?" groaned Helen, a3 air is bad in bis hotels, and prefers she looked at the muffler with deep Statements. 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Mr. Luther Smith, is suffering with a broken leg at this writing. Matt Rigsby and family are all quite Miss Lary Lee Lane was the guest of sick. her brother, Olie Lane Monday. Mrs. Wm Ranke. who has been quite Mr. and Mrs. Olie Lane were the pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. James sick is able to be out again. Miss Jennie Ray visited her mother Foster Sunday. at Judson, Ky, Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Naylor wife of Mr. J Jones L. Anderson sold a bunch of D. Naylor died at her home Thursday night after a lingering illness. Mrs. 600 lb heifers to A. F. Edwards at 7c. Mr. and Mrs. Wm T. Richardson and Naylor was 74 years of age. She Ieavs a husband and many friends to mourn family left this week for Parker City, herloss. She was laid to rest in the Ind, to make their future home Lancaster cemetery. Miss Ha Pettus has just returned from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Newland at Stanford. Week By Week. Mr. and Mrs. William Aker and little son, Earl, of Paris, are visiting her Each Week Appear the Statements of parents, Mr, and Mrs, S. D. Carpenter D. M. Anderson bought a nice four- Lancaster Residents. pony at B. D. Holtzclaw's year-ol- d Last week it was a Lancaster citi- sale for $130 which he presented to his zen who spoke. The week before, it son, Clarence. was a Lancaster citizen who spoke. Rev. J. W. Mahan, of Fork church, The week before, and for many weeks was a Lancaster citizen who near Marksbury, will preach in the before it spoke. And again this week it is a Baptist church here on Sunday at 11 Lancaster man. You are not asked to oclock a. m. act upon the word of a stranger. The Rev. Rogers, pastor of the Baptist best guidance that is humanly possible church at Crab Orchard, was here and to give you the encouraging word of preached at the Baptist church on Sun neighbors, is always given. day evening. Quite a number of Crab Will C. Davis, Danvilie Pike, Lan- Orchard people were present. The caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney church here is without a leader at pres Pills have done me more good than ent and the outlook is that the body anything else and I can recommend will be without one for some time. them to everyone. My kidney action Several ministers have preached trial was irregular and I had backache I sermons recently but no definite action used Doan's Kidney Pills and they re- has been taken, and none likely to be lieved me." until Feb. church meeting day. "When Your Back is Lame Remember the Name." Don't simply ask for Messrs Samuel D. and Dick Carpen- a kidney remedy ask distinctly for tet, of Red Rock, Okla., are here vis Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. iting Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Davis had the remedy backed by some They are enroute home from Florida where they have been visiting Col. testimony. 50c all store.. Foster John Carpenter. The first named gen Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. tleman will be remembered as the world's champion wheat grower, havUcCREAllY. ing raised wheat which averaged 63 bushels to the acre, on his farm near Red Rock Okla., mention of which Mr. Roy Beazley is in Lexington. was made in our column some time Rev. Warren filled his appointment since. at Antioch Sunday. Three of our bachelor friends have Miss Beulah Mae Beazley is visiting gone into a very unique contract. They the Misses Holtzclaw. had been discussing matromony and Mr. Burnam Wesi has been the guest bewailing thpir poor prospects tor the of Mr. Howard Warren. coming year. Each candidate tried to Rev. Taylor filled his regular appoint- cheer the others as best he could, but ment at Buckeye Sunday. at best was only a Jobs comforter. Missis Leota and Rosa Ray was the Gloom had settled over their countenances. After thinking deeply and long guest of Miss Pattie Long. the bachelor who poses as the village Mrs. Eliza Ray was with Mr. and wit, cried out. "Eureka!" "Boy3", Mrs. Dainal Ray last week. said he, "lets get busy, the first one Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner was with of us to get off in this year of 1914, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross Sunday. the other two shall buy his license and Miss Josephine Rainey has been pay the minister. What do you say, lads?" The trio quickly acquiesced and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Rainey. agreed to put the agreement in writI will pay the highest market price ing. The are now conC. D. Powell. for your produce. sulting the haberdashers as to the Misses Edna Gulley and Kate Ham probable cost of minute suits was the guest of Miss Lilly Sutton and other such toggery common to Saturday night. to youths, "who would a wooing go". Miss Iva Rainey attended preaching The barber figures on how many shavat Antioch Sunday and was the guest es he will gel and we believe he will get a few. of Mrs. Mike Forks. Mil-burn would-be-swaiup-to-tI JUDSON. T AUTOMOBILE i i Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, FIELD SEED. Wholesale prices direct to the consumer. I have a full line of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and will be pleased to submit samples and prices. Terms spot cash. WILL BE GIVEN AWAY 11- - HUBBLE Miss Luvisa E. Harris spent Monday in Danville, shopping. Miss Flonnie Rogers has been ill with At Lonitrille Automobile Show, Feb. Veterinary at Rainey -- Lancaster. and Dentist. Office -- Surgeon Kentuckv s Livery Stable. pneumonia, but is better. Mr. W. Leslie Sloan is recuperating after an illness cf a month. Mrs. Albert Luce, who has been very ill, is reported to be on the road to recovery. Mrs. Sallie Robinson was on a visit to her son, Mr. J. A. Robinson, in Boyle, Sunday, Miss Marian Grimes, of Stanford has been visiting her cousins. Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frye, are in Goldsboro, N. C. visiting her brother Mr. Chas. Lutes and family. Harris Bros sold one load of tobacco over the Danville breaks, Monday, and received a fraction over ten cents. past. The big First Regiment Armory will, Geo. T. Bourne has resumed his as usual, be the scene of the Show studies at Berea, since the completion this year. It will be decorated hand- of his school at Masons Gap. somely, and there will be music to enMrs. Mike Rogers had the misfortune liven the exhibit, and a much larger to strike her self in the eye with a attendance than ever before is expect- limb and it is thought she will lose ed, particularly as the price of admiss- sight of same. ion has been set at 25 cents for either Miss Lucinda Lutes and Mrs. Marafternoon or evening sessions, which garet Herald of Stanford are keeping lower than the charge for entrance to house for Mr. and Mrs. Frye while any of the previous shows. i tney are on a visit to the south. A most interesting feature of the Mr. M. V. Keeton sold his crop of Show this year will be the giving away , tobacco over the Richmond market last free of a new automobile. A new 1914 week and received an leverage of eight Ford car has been constracted for; and cents and a fraction per pound. each person purchasing an admission to Rev. F. M. Tinder will conduct serthe show will be given an opportunity vices at the Christian church at this of securing it without cost or obliga- place next Sunday Feb 1st in the after tion of any sort. noon, at 2:15. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad sold to Mr. PAIN'J l.ICh. Hughes of the Marksbury section, four acres of the Blackerby land at $125. Miss Mollie Morgan is the guest ot per acre. Mr. Hughes proposes putting Miss Nannie Conn. up a residence and shop on same, and Miss Stella McWhorter has entered will manufacture hemp brakes. the Normal school in Richmond. Mr. Grant Metcalf has gonb to ac cept a position in Oldham store in Richmond. Miss Minnie Woods has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Mr. Hume Rucker has returned home after a visit here with his parents Mr. As administrators of T. W. Thompand Mrs. I. G. Rucker. son, deceased, we will on Miss Fannie Mavs has returned to the SATURDAY, JANUARY 31st. Normal school at Richmond after spending a few days at home. at his late residence. Bourne, Ky, ofThese will be a play given at Paint fer for sale the following personalty; One two year old horse, one two Lick consolidated High School Friday night January 30th. by tne high school year old mare, one pair of 4 year old mare mules, one pair of three year old pupils. . mare mules one five year old gelding, perfectly gentle, One six year old Stomach Upset? gelding, well broke, one two year old mare mule, one wheat drill, one corn Will Prevent Further Trouble- -It planter, one turning plow, one double Quickly and Surely Ends Indigestion shovel, one McCormick binder, one cane mill in good condition, one pair and Stomach Distress. wire stretchers and pond scraper, one Distress after eating, belching of gas good hay rake, one two horse wagon and undigested food, that lump of lead and hay frame, one disc harrow, one feeling in the stomach, headache, bili- wheat fan, one good lot of plow gear ousness and lack of energy are warn- and harness. Other items too numering signals of out of order stomach, ous to mention. Now at once is the time to stop this TERMS OF SALE. distress. Stomach Tablets is the All sums amounting to ten dollars or remedy. They are absolutely harmless. less, cash in hand. Over that amount, Get a fifty cent bjx today. Their use a credit of three months, with negosurely and quickly stops stomach dis- tiable note bearing interest at the rate tress and improves and strengthens the of six per cent per annum from date digestive system so that what you eat of sale. Sale begins promptly at 10 is converted into nutrition and the en- o'clock. tire system is properly nourished. Thompson & Bratton Administrators. Money back if not benefited R. E. Bourne, Ky. McRoberts & Son. Plans are well under way for the Louisville Automobile Show, which will be held February 11, 12, 13 and 14. This is much earlier than the shows of previous years, following the example set by both New York and Chicago Automobile Shows. There is very good reason for this. The 1914 cars of all the factories havs been out long enough to have become generally circulated, and by showing the public the various models at this time the dealers will be able to make deliveries on orders which are placed at the Show and shortly afterwards, thus preventing a great deal of delay and disappointment in the delivery of cars, which many purchasers have experienced in the - W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Ulaisea Fitted. Satisfaction ijutranteed and RICHMOND. KY. THE NEW Opposite Post Office. A Training School for Teachers 3cL Barber Shop Bath In Connection. leading to Intel nwiiUul Li'e Hut Or tlrlc-ValU la all Public, f. r . Kent-act- SpeeUl Cr-w- mttortj,BrmMelchooI. ttt-- f 9. Ston'l Tiro T. rHtrtB Term Catalogue Frw. KTmntkitam. MlntF. Tuition FrMtoAp. Datmtla prl- VefihrH Thlrt April 7, Samm' Schwl FlrtTfni Term wl'HiippH . Juu Jinu&r-16, tmlldlnz J. . Seale,Prop J. C. CltABIlB, Yrml&ent.j W. M. ELLIOTT, Collier's The Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. National Weekly Collier in Clubs CUitr' First Time Residence Phone Office oyer . 220. has been sold at S5.50. Now the price is $2.50 andnehave secured a concession whereby we can offer it at a still further reduction in connection with this publication. Until this year once Hours .m to li. 1 p.m. to Storme' Dm; dtoc. B. H. IP. Phone 65. DENTIST. Lankier, Walteb Ky. Special Offer to Org Reader Recognizing the great demand for CMn'i at the new price, we have made arrangements to offer it and our own publication each one year for the price ot CMCcr'aatone. This is a limited offer and must be takenadrantageof promptly. Public Sale, J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. 8 to 12 a. m. " " .I p. m J lto-l-7to- Paint Lick, 229. What Yon Get m Collier', CtttUr't is the one big. independent, fearless weekly of the whole country. Xot only is it the good citizen's handbook but it is also a magazine for the whole family. Among the things that a year's subscription girts ares IOOO Ane nm " w M. K. Denny anfl Oftjce: Storme Editorial. 600 N.w. Photo 250 Short Articlo 150 Short Stori.. 100 Illutratl FuturM . A. Wtaler A Ander- Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Building otbi Ilnrt son's Furniture Store. 2 CompLt. Not.Ij Betabrm'T ColHer's Central Record MILLERSBURG $2.50 . $1.00 FEMALE LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. $2.50 COLLEGE Dr. C. H. TIFFIN, M1LLERSBURG, KY. An Attractive Mi-o-- VETERINARIAN Girls. Office Home School For at Phone 95. V. B. Burton's Sale Stable. Mi-o-- Pupils are surrounded with an atmosLANCASTER. KY. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship religious environment. New and safe buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Courses. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany, Lecture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last sesPhusion for the lack of room to accommodate themr Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Send for catalog and engage a room Garden. early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburg, Ky. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, barb, Roses, Etc. SjgsnneziTXBiKtiatto.azckuis mLmm mTiMjs-wr.v- r. i.'wa. ' r .f.zz-- v Growers of what we sell. "30Tff-.CJC?- O H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentuckv TO Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STRppT. Wx , We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. PH'one 202. C. A. Speith Co, Managers J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. Page 8 FARMER'S COLUMN The Central Record, Thursday Jan. 29, 1914 Delinquent this beading 18 for the exclu-lv- e use of our farmer snberlbers. and la for trie sale of stock, gram and such tilings ou farm as the farmer caunot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of tbe ecord. free of charge (Space below Taxes I, G. T. Ballard, of Garrard County, Ky., Ex-sheriff FOR SALE:-5Walker. A twenty 0 good ewes. Kemp willon Monday, Feb 23rd, For Sale. new. foot counter. Apply at this office. Good as 'U a nen of nice Ruff Ornintrton chickens, both cockerels and pullets Carlton klkin. for sale. LOST:-Blac- k sow with few white spots. Strayed from my place about Dec. 20th. Information appreciated. E. B. Sutton, Marksbury, Ky. I rmvi being the first day of the regular term of the Garrard County Court, sell the following described proper ty, to satisfy the State, County and School Taxes to-w- it: Strayed to my place about three weeks ago a red steer. Owner can have same by describing property and G. N. Pence, payinf charges. Marksbury, Ky. good sows and pigs. 40 barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good C. H. Green, driving pony. Denny Eliza 6 acres 4 87 Faulkner. Abe, 18 acres Faulkner, Will 1 acre Faulkner, Bill 2 acres Faulkner, Edith 35 acres Gillispie, Jane 2 acres 7 00 Gillispie, Owen 15 acre Gillispie Adeiine 2 acres 4 45 Gillispie. Bob 20 acres 3 50 Harris, Bill 2 acres Hutchenson, Geo. 1 acre 3 14 Jones, Dan 3 acres Kavanaugh, Mary 8 acres Kavanaugh, Mont 4 acres 3 49 Kelly, Harriet 18 acres Kelley, Isiah 26 acres 4 10 Kennedy, John 1 acre 7 00 Kennedy, Sim 1 acre 6 00 Kennedy, Edd 1 acre 4 00 Leavell. Jonas 1 acie Merritt, Henrv 8 acres Montgomery, Mary 1 acre Newland, John 2 acres Reed, Barney hrs 4 acres Rothwell, Will 18 acres Rovston, Kate 3 acres Wallace, Geo. 1 T. L. White, John hrs 1 acre 6 61 Yeakey. Harriett 18 Representative W. A. Price Hornets Nest In The Stirs 4 81 6 61 '.3 90 General News. Kentucky ranked twenty third in the value of mineral out put during the year 1912. Commissioner of Education Claxton has expressed himself as being in favor of abolishing the summer vacation in public schools. The Kentuckey Legislature is making a rigid probe of the manner of conducting several of the charitable of the state. The appointment ol R. C. Ford of Middlesboro to be Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky has been confirmed by the senate. Five persons were killed and a score injured near Jackson Mich, when a freight and a passenger train collided on the Michigan Central R. R. The delivery of the Green River equity pooled tobacco, composing 10,- 700,000, which was recently sold, is in progress this week at Owensboro. A Pittsburg corporation has about completed arrangements to take over eighteen coal companies in Kentucky involving an expenditure of about $6,-00- 0. HEART WOUNDS NOT FATAL THE GRADING OF SHEEP. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. 4 90 10 75 3 53 9 86 1 40 6 19 4 92 3 96 27 5 3 55 7 86 ' 4 81 12 13 7 26 8 55 7 15 6 84 10 00 3 75 5 2 9 2 5 98 60 05 00 55 4 55 ' I for sale:-- 3 Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 10 second 2. hand hemp breaks for sale. Mrs. Rebecca West. foj sale:-3- S acre farm located one mile north of Cartersvillewill sell cheap if sold in the next 30 days Colored List, No 1. C. I. Rogers, Geo. W., 26 acres Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. Adams Pete, N. R. 1 acre Adams 2 57 LOST:-gold watch fog with initial. Black Julia, 1 acre Brvantsville and J. I Boatriglit Arch, N. R. town lot At or between S 00 Burdett Bob, 6 acres Crawfords residence" Return to. Dunn Lisk, 27 acres R. Duncan, Joe Denny Jack, 2 acres or Phone no. 00 G. Bourne Ky. Faulkner Bros., town lot Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of Faulkner Lewis, town lot clover hay he wants to sell. See T. Graves Callie, town lot W. Conn at Hyattsville Ky. 10 00 Harris W. H. town lot Hutchinson, Lige&Lizie 1 4 50 Want to rent 40 acres of geod land Jennings Mack, town lot 4 $6 to be put in oats, was in corn lastyear, Kavanaugh John, Ike M. Mjers. 2 91 Kavanaugh Walker, Bal Strayed to my place about six weens Letcher Mary, town lot 4 SS age, a boar. Owner can have same by Middleton Bob, 3 acres proving property and paying all charg Ray Sherod, 44 acres es. II. G. McWhorter Paint Lick Ky. Simpson Bettie, hrs town lot Williams Jim, town lot Mr. J. W. Sweeney has 15 pair of 3 Bryantsville White. No 2. year old mules, all well broken, that Brown Joe, N. R. 5 acres he will sell worth the money. Hall H. H., 48 acres Hawkins John, 3 acres Wanted to farm a first class jack. 2 70 Horn Henry 1 acre Lee Gastineau, R 1, 24 87 Paint Lick Ky. Hudson J. S.. 94 acres 4 00 Shearer Ike, 1J acre Mrs. J. M. Cress of Preachersville, Shearer Elige. N. R., li has 50 single comb Brown Leghorn hens Smally C. C. 55 acres for sale and a few nice cockerels. Smally J. M. 20 acres Stinnett, Reubeu hrs, 40 acres Fred Conn, Lancaster, has Jabout 30 Wild R. T., N, R. 1 acre acres of blue grass land he wishes to Colored No 2. rent for the year 1914. Cochran Frank & Bill, 4 acres I have a good work mare for sale. If Caldwell Harison, 1 acre 7 04 sold irt ten day will sell at a bargain. Dunn Dave, 3 acres A. B- - Doty, Dunn Tom, 2 acres Elmore John and Almira, 3 acres Paint Lick, Ky. 2 70 Farley Tom, 1 acre for sale:-- 2 yearling colts for sale, Gaines Charlie & Bro 6 A 7 57 or will trade for cattle. 5 9S Gaines Oscar, 8 acres John A. Conn, Jr. 60 Garnett Willie, hrs 1 acre 2 25 Hick Mary B 1 acre Lost-R- ed Duroc Hog, last seen on Mack Tom, 22 acres Buckeye pike near Davidson's store. Segar Bill & Sister, 2 acres Finder please notify W. B. Moss and Sherley Henry, N. R. 1 acre receive reward. Smith Aron & wife, 1 acre 6 00 9 00 Strayed to my place about Dec. 1st, Smith Ben, 1 acre Taylor Tom, hrs, 15 acres 2 33 a black and white spotted shoat. 3 28 Owner can nave same by paying all Taylor Edd 2 acres charges. H. D. Lee, Judson Ky. Buckeye White, No. 3. pd. Burton, J. B. 1J acres 6 10 Cook, Fount, 121 acres Strayed from my place on Old DanCrews, W. M.f 10 acres ville pike a red sow pig, white list 60 Minerva, 1 acre across shoulders, weight about 75 lbs. East. Farthergill, J. W. 35 acres Any information will be gladly receivGulley, WT H. one-haacres ed. Charlie Cox. Preston Robert, 10 acres Messrs Miles and Pendleton of El- Ray, J. R. 79 acres dorado Ark, have been in Lancaster Ray, Mike, 2 acres this week buying saddle and general Sparks, Claud, 27 acres utility horses and have succeeded in Walker, Prentice 70 acres Colored list No. 3. gathering together a carload for which they paid from $150 to $300 per head. Clayton 8 acres Arnold. Anderson, Cleveland 5 acres FOR SALE:-W- e have seven heifers Broaddus, Robert 23 acres 4 50 to freshen within the next sixty daj s, Buford, Fred 4 acres 6 00 and as our milking barn is alreadv fu 1. Doty Leslie & wife 1 acre 6 oO we must dispose of cows, in order to Doty, Lewis & wifa 1 acre 4 12 make room for them. We have some Hickman, Logan 16 acres good ones to sell. Leavell Tildy Hrs. 25 acies We also have some nice shoats weigh' Leavell, Edd bal 8 acres 6 10 ing about 80 pounds for sale. Letcher, Amelia bal 72 acres Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co. Miller, Henry 1 acre Renf ro Wiles & wife 3acres 9 00 Is This One Old? White, Paint Lick, No 4. A correspondent writes ua or a Sun10 00 day school child who was asked, Brock Emmet. 30 acres "What is the chief end of man?" and Brock Ira, 15 acres who replied promptly: 7 00 "To glorify Brock John, 50 acres God and annoy him forever." Byrd W. M., 30 acres Conn Andy, z acres Cooley Josie, 23 acres Famous Khyber Pass. Cummins Mat, N. R., 41 acres The Khyber Pass, from the time of Fields J. S., 2 acres Alexander the Great, has been noted Garr Scott Co., 500 acres as the great military and trade gate10 acres 5 00 way Into India from the Asiatic coun- Holme Sam tries to the east The pass begins Isacke Simon, Barl 70 acre3 00 near Jamrud in India, 10 miles west Lamb Alex, li acres 00 of Peshawar, and twists through the Lamb Sam, 25 acres 15 00 hills for about 33 miles in a north- Mason Bros., 200 acres westerly direction till it debouches at Miller Susen, 6 acres Dakka, In Afghanistan. McCullum hrs 40 acres McQuerry J. T., 35 acres 6 56 Parker Edd 15 acres 7 57 Picked Up Bargain at Auction Sale. Pointer Tyre, 3 acres 8 00 A fortune in a pipe bowl was discov- Rcnfro J. E., 28 acres 4 88 ered by a Peterborough (Eng.) archi- Ross Arch, N. R. 13 acres tect, Mr. Fordham, who purchased an Storne Rachel, 5 acres old meerschaum pipe at a recent aucTodd & Son, N. R. 20 acres tion sale for a few shillings. He found on taking his purchase home, that the Wilmoth Mrs Jennie 80 A 1 45 front of the bowl was set with a clus- Young Chas., N. R. 35 acres ter of diamonds, emeralds and rubles. Paint Lick No 4, Colored. The gems have been valued at over Adams, Susan Hrs 1 acre 1500. Dealers from all parts of Eng8 00 land were present at the sale, but Burnside, dell 1 acres Campbell, Mattie 1 acre failed to discover the bargain. Denny, Sarah23 acres A 1 lf Lancaster White. No 1, 1912 acreS3 2S Adams Andy, one-ha5 92 Creech J. M. 3 acres Grimes Jim, 1 town lot Grimes James, 1J acre Hatfield John 1 acre Lamb Oliver, 3 acres Miller M. E. town lot Miller W. H. 26 acres Naylor Nannie, 1 acre Pollard Geo heirs, town lot lf 1913 S Up A The decision comes as a particularly pleasing victory to Congrassman Tuesday By The Introduction Stanley who in his Steel Trust Contention held in accordance with the Of A Sensational decision of the Commission. 5 55 Resolution. 11 60 Government inspectors are in this week trying to decide up6 40 on the site for a custon house in that 2 27 To say that a joint resolution offered 13 72 city. A half dozen sites are under con- by Rep. Price of Covington denouncing Pircy Haldy and Sam Shackleford as sideration. The appropriation for the site is $10,000. 11 28 lobbyists and demanding that a com President Wilson has authorized the mittee be appointed to investigate them 2 30 3 SO stirred up a hornets nest, is putting it statement that a permanent gover-mefor the Panama Canal Zone will 2 39 mildly. The resolution begins with ' 10 00 the wolds "Wheras Percy Haley and be organized April 1st and Col. George 12 CS Sam Shackleford are notorious lobbists W. Goethals has been nominated as and for years have carried on the busi-- ! 5 53 ness of lobbying, and for many years the first governor. 9 90 have had no gainful occupation other Impeachment proceedings are in 6 83 than influencing legislation, and, where before the lem'slntnro nrrnins.r ' -em o i 2 28 as in order to create a market for C,""K" ". i.i their services as legislative agents, it . hlm Wlth irregularities '"'", 11 00 m connec- lnS is necessary for them to organize the Knot General Assembly, that is to provide tion with the Whilley City-Pin- e it with such officers or employees as county reat controversy. 13 09 are selected or appointed by it, and al A complaint has been filed with the some influence so 6 51 in for them to exercise the appointing of its standing or Interstate Commerce Commission 13 special committees, or to pretend to against the rates charged on coal by 6 have such power and influence,', the L & N and other common carriers 31 He quotes further in his resolution in Kentucky. The complaint was filed ' 3 an article which appeared in the by mining companies of Knox county. 6 Cincinnati Enquirer of January 5th, Gen. j In Congrsss next month the commit- which seeks to indicate that Haley was mainly instrumental in tee on Postoffices and Post Roads will 2 39 organizing of the Kentucky Gener- - consider the one cent postage measure. 17 43 al Assembly. Mr. Price says if the The bill was introduced by Mr. Rouse 4 60 article memtioned is untrue it is libel of Kentucky and its ultimate passage 4 23 on the integrity and independence of is freely predicted. 24 63 every member of that body. The Court of Appeals h?s issued the ' 5 89 He asks that a committee of seven, edict that "the practice of suspending 1 93 three from the house, three from the sentence in misdemeanor cases is not 14 46 senate, and they to select the seventh only a failure to enforce the law, but 17 60 member, be chosen from the House by it encourages crime and is a menace to 9 90 ballot by its members and the three good government." 3 S6 from the Senate , be selected bj the The final note in the investigation of lieutenant Governor, approven by the , arges of formei Assistant Worden Senate, and that this committee have 9 ,,' White against Warden Wells of the 11 Hh1pv .!,!! .,! 5 Shackelford before them on oath Bnd Frankfort Reformatory was sounded, 5 investigate their actions in many when th. Franklin county grand jury 7 gave Mr. Wells a clean bill of health. .. ' transactions which the author of the 8 ' Secretary Bryan in an address before resolution cites. .i Society in New Speaker Terrill took umbrage at the the American-Asiati- c 9" j resolution, claiming that it reflected York stated that President Wilson's 7 upon the integrity of every member of PIicy toward business gave promise of 1 the body, and he further held that to!lowennS "1 the cost of living at home 3 and a material increase in our interna-- : 11 07 take from him the right to select the Replacing Delusions. Guard the Lips and Pen. committee members from the House tional trade. 5 55 If the popular imagination is to be' ' Speech Is the chief revelation of the j President Oreste has fled from Haiti, come heated to a point where it dis1 65 cast a further reflection upon him, and which is torn with revolutions, and as cerns an attempt at abduction in every mind, the first visible form that it 7 03 asserted that should the resolution be adopted, he might as well resign his the result there is no regular govern-- 1 "dizzy feeling" or momentary illness takes. As the thought, so the speech. 10 13 ment in Haitii. The South Carolina suffered by a young woman in a pub- To better one's life In the way of sim3 55 seat and go home. plicity, one must set a watch on his As a result of the resolution being Capt. Robert L. Russell is hurrying lic place, it will be unsafe for a man lips and his pen. Let the word be as 7 50 to offer the slightest civility to any offered Tuesday was one of the most there under full steam to protect Ameri person of the other sex whom he does genuine as the thought, as artless, as tempestuous days ever recorded in the can citizens and interests. not happen to know. To assist a wom- valid; think justly, speak frankly. 7 15 Kentucky Legislature. Rep. Price The Interstae Commerce Commission an into a car will subject him to sus- Charles Wagner. 49 82 j was the center of attraction from all has handed down a ruling denying picion, and to go to her aid if she 5 07 sides and for four hours he underwent a .Trunk Line privileges to Industrial faints in the street will render him' liIndependence and Selfishness. 1 65 grueling fire of questions There never has been, is not now, before the railroads, in Dlain words the commis able to arrest as a white-slave19 23 sar of the House. Anatole France says somewhere and never will be an occasion where He finally called sion denies the contention that belt 6 19 j to his assistance three of his colleagues lines and siding connected with indus- - that one result of getting rid of old truth to one's self will not be fair to The happy 8 22 Reps. Green of Carroll, Myers of Cov- - trial plaints are seperate railroads and delusions Is that they are often re- all of one's associates. placed with others of worse aspect. right for every many and woman, if 33 54 ington and Davis of Woodward, and as such are entiteled to allowances for This present phase of popular credul- consistently pursued, will only hasten 7 46 with their assistence and advice the ' switching charges etc. ity on the subject would deserve to be the bright destiny of every one around 8 79 following resolution was prepared and regarded merely as silly if it were them, but the courage to do what you Secretary Redfield has decided to 49 15 Mr. Terrill himself offering it point George M. Green as Supervising not for the tendency of an exaggerawish without the wisdom to know and the man under fire Rep. Price scc- - inSpector of Steam Vessels in the tion of the fancied dangers of the evil what is the best is a dangerous power ' 4 18 ondingit. The resolution which res- - sixth district, which comprises Indiana, to confuse the public mind about its and in it lies all selfishness. uouy to us usual Tennessee and Kentucky. Mr. Green real dangers. 2 59 toreu tne perturueu ' equanimity is as follows: is from Nashville and succeeds Capt. j Much of New Guinea Unexplored. Why Parsons Mhjht Not Hunt "Whereas, the gentleman from the e. L. Dorsey, against whom charges of New Guinea is one of the few coun8 12 An English clergyman may shoot tries that still present untrodden fields district on yesterday intro- - pernicious activity in politics were filed 9 72 eighty-firbirds without outraging popular senti- for the explorer. The difficulties of 5 98 duced, and there now lies on the clerks and upheld. ment, why not, then, ride after a fox? traveling in the interior of this great 13 19 desk of his house, a resolution which , To find the answer we must prob- island have prompted a German travseeks to have investigated the organ 13 19 . ably go back to those old days when eler. Lieutenant Graetz, to project the Ordeai of Touch. 8 62 ization of this General Assembly, and, j An indication of the belief that hu. hard riding meant hard drinking, and exploration of the island by means of "Whereas, the said resolution casts man bIood nas a vitai connection with when spiritual life was at a low ebb. 10 92 an airship. This will enable the ex5 55 a reflection upon the integrity and hon- - Us divine source is found in the wide- - The "hunting parson" came to be a plorers to pass without difficulty over 12 00 or of the presiding officer of this house spread opinion that the blood or a type of cleric who habitually neglectrivers, mountains and jungles which and the other officers elected by this murdered person will bear witness ed his duties. It is a happy circum- would be traversed only with great ' against the murderer by flowing afresh. stance that in these days foxhunting house, and upon the entire membership toil by ordinary travelers. 11 11 thereof. , esneciallv the nprnnirflrir. ' nt ms loucn- - Literature teems Willi need no longer be a reproach because -1 1' the greater reproach has been reincidents of the "ordeal of touch." 5 66 membership, and, moved. A parson who does his work j Utter Sounds While Still In Shell. 9 95 "Whereas, the said gentlemen from faithfully and well need not be So long ago as 1S99 Dr. Voeltzkow 7 46 the said eighty-firs- t district, having grudged a few hours' gallop in his noticed that unhatched Madagascar 8 52 Fisherman's Paradise. been by a resolution called before the leisure moments. Indeed, he can do crocodiles uttered a cry from the 3 43 BO ls" bar of this -house, and under oath,1 re-- J ,leuu "' lu A'ZZ vZ it all the better for the exercise, and egg at a considerable depth and that you. jump ters that they quired to give any information that he.fish,ng gn)undg vxjtm& fop over 2000 win respect for his spiritual teaching any shock, as a heavy tread near the might have m his possession with re- - miles aUmg the coast and up all the by gaining a reputation for manli- egg, caused the baby crocodile to produce this sound "with the mouth gard to any influences improper as to rivers (one of which is at least 2,000 ness and pluck. closed, as we produce hiccough the organization of election of the of- - miles long), and all over the adjacent sounds. In this way they inform the ' Croesus Preferred. ficers of this house, and after having seas. A conservative estimate of the Two poets sat having a frugal glass. female crocodile, when she visits the been examined disclaimed any intention' fish taken from Alaskan waters, not "I wish Burns and Poe were with nest, that they want her aid, wherein said resolution to reflect in anv wav counting that used for native rood ana us tonight," said one. "We could upon she scrapes the sand away and 19 87 dog food, nlaces the total valua whatever upon the integrity or honor for they emerge. have a rollicking time." 3 45 of the presidingjofiices of this house or tion at $185,000,000 elnce we bought "I'd rather have Croesus here," said 2 26 any of the officers elected by this Alaska for $7,200,000. In one year ten the other. "He could buy a few fishing vessels alone pulled in 7,708,-00- 0 Last Chance 13. house, or any member thereof, therepounds of the choicest kind of. drinks. Those other fellows wouldn't The words Jamaica Mirror contain 8 57 fore, be it fish. If the ordinary American were have a cent" 13 letters. The name of the publisher, 828 "Resolved. That the resolution in- asked to guess how many people are Frank E. Hopkins, contains 13 let5 88 troduced by the said gentlemen from permanently engaged In the fishing ters. The words "Casey and Dugan" 1 63 the Eighty-firs- t district be expunged business in Alaska, the answer would contain 13 letters. The heading of 5 45 from the records of this house, and probably be about 200. As a matter I The MERCHANTS Who ADVERTISE I this item, "Here's Good Luck," con2 27 HAVE the FINEST STORES tains 13 letters. This number of the that he te required to file a written of fact there are 18,000 men pulling 2 65 up salmon, halibut and herring and Mirror is Issued on the 13th of the statement over his signature that he away In cans and Ice 2 90 did month in the 13th year of the cennot in said resolution intend by the storing them houses. That number of men can tury, the last chance to make such a terms thereof to reflect on the charac- - make a big hole In anybody's fish combination for a hundred years. 2 90 ter, integrity or honor of the presiding pond; if the looting by the fishermen When we get a few more subscriptions 9 75 officer of this house, or the other elu- - goes on indefinitely, there will bo noth-siv- e we shall officers of the same, or any mem- - InE left except the Jjater presently And Shop Early and Often Mlrros have 13 thousand. Jamaica 228 4 81 ber thereof." Leslie's. 5 71 5 66 4 90 Har-rodsbu- rg i nt , Io-3- t , pro-trie- ss ' ' 3 38 000. Legislature ;.; "V .""." , : I j ( I j I i,l,n,.w , ' ' ; Modern Surgeon Operates, and the Breeders and Feeders Should Be SepaResults Have Been Satisfactory rated In Winter Quarters. Almost Beyond Belief. To make the best gains, sheep, when quarters, should There seems to be no limit to the brought into winter be separated into several different wonderful things modern surgery can flocks. The breeding ewes should be accomplish. Recently Dr. Francis kept separate from tbe lambs, rams of Philadelphia reported five Stewart cases in which he had been obliged and the feeding flock. Weak, thin separately yarded so to sew up the heart after stab wounds. ewes should be get may their share of the All the patients recovered. One ol that they kept in lots of them lived for five years and then feed. Rams should be plenty succumber to pulmonary tuberculosis. ample size so as to allow them of exercise. operation , The difficulties of this By taking these precautions and reg eall for wonderful technique and skill. ularly providing the flocks with suita Clots are liable to form and when ble feed and an abundance of fresh swept into the circulation the patient water and by sheltering them in clean, dies as if shot through the brain. well ventilated quarters success in Constant motion of the organ calls sheep husbandry is assured, according for a quick eye and rapid, steady to Frank Kleinheinz. shepherd of the work. It is interesting to note that Wisconsin experiment station flocks. at the present time one-haof all The choice of feed depends to a large such cases coming into the hospitals extent upon the condition in which the are saved. breeding flocks enter winter quarters A Parisian surgeon restored heart action in a case of actual death. The patient was killed by an automobile. Believing that something could be done the surgeon ordered the patient to bo put upon the operating table half an hour after death had been pronounced. The chest cavity was opened in 50 seconds. A pint of blood was found in the heart sac from a wound in the heart muscle two and a half inches long. This blood was removed, the heart was sewn up, and massage was begun. In a few minutes the pulse was felt at the wrist. The heart continued to beat more than half an There aro fcevtral breeds or sheep hour and then stopped. It was found t nhich run naturally to roo.1 size. at autopsy that injuries to other orTake the Shropshires. the Ilamp-shire- s. gans had been too great for recovthe Oxfords, the Uncolns, the Cotsno!d3 or the Cheiots. all ery, which would have been certain of which are Incline"! to grow to had the heart alone been involved. good sie. and one uill make no mistake in fetdlns and breeding for meat. These sheep all produce ENDED SUPREME COURT LEAK lambs freely, and the lambs aro as thrifty and fast to grow as aro the old fcheep. soon coming to marketLegal Body Forced to Take Precauable size. of thee sheep, too, tions for the Safeguarding of may be clashed as twin bearins. anIts Decisions. other point in their favor. The illustration snous a Cheviot wether. "Yes, it is true that supreme court decisions leaked in the old days," re- - j If in good flesh and having access to marked on Wall street broker, i good roughage, such as clover, millet, "I remember a certain important suit alfalfa hay and roots or corn silage, about 20 years ago. It was the great j hardly any grain is necessary, hut il case of those days, as big in its way as the sheep are in a thin, weak condition the Standard Oil and Tobacco suits of no time should be lot in supplying recent date. A week before the de- ' them with hearty grain ration. Otli cision came down the son of one of lambing time will he the judges came into my office, and I erwise results at disappointing. told him that of the nine judges, one Pure water should be supplied would decide 'so and so,' one would re- flock at all times, and salt should the be any opinion, and the refrain from kept where the sheep may have ready maining seven would make a decision access to it. Successful flockmasters 'so and so.' consider U a serious mistake to pro "He smiled and went away. Short- vide their sheep with salt but occa ly after the decision was rendered, and slonally. for under these conditions the matter had turned out as I had they are apt to eat too much, which foretold, this young man came back oftentimes causes excessive drinking to the office. He said his father was of water and a derangement of the digreatly worried over the leak in the gestive organs. court, and asked me if I could help them trace the source of my informaRaising Hogs Cheaply. tion. I told him what I knew. That In raising hogs cheaply it is necesnnn of thn official sunreme court stenographers had been selling ad sary to begin with the sows. They fed well in order to produce must vance copies of the decisions to a very a goodbe strong, vigorous pigs. prominent broker of that time. What Oats arelitter of a a splendid food. They this broker paid for his information well balanced food. Corn is not are suit I, of course, do not know; but it was able. It is too fattening. Also provide established that I was correct as to plenty of pure water Exercise is where the weak spot was in the necessary. This can be provided by court. feeding the oats on a feeding floor, "Since then every decision of the scattering It thinly. is not ueces supreme court has been written in wry to grind the oats. It long hand (one copy), thus making it absolutely impossible for an outsider i to get the news in advance. This ex- - j Dally Thought. plains, in part, why it now takes so "Impossible" is a word only to be long for the court to announce its de- found In the dictionary of fools. Nacisions." poleon Bonaparte. lf old-tim- e ' I Arrive. To Maysviile, connecting No 10: 5:00 a. m. at Richmond wun L, cs in to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Asniand, at Pans to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:33 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a.m. To Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L &, Lexington KnoxviHe. V with train to Cincinnati. fast Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction t Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon 'lferJOeSB MSUSKNCE IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d OJS men realize the importance of In surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Jiirige Hod. l'n.iriesi A. Ilarilm. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Kmmtrt Mj-nr- Par-yea- r. t. Circuit Clerk William B. V. II. Drawn. Master CuminNInner Trustee Jury Fnuil lieu. F. UbWhob. OUicial Court Stenographer Mi- - Sac cheloj-Maso- sLerlff George T. Baltant. Superinteudant ol Schools MistJennte) Kfg County County County Depnty Coroner Sheriff Deputy Judge c. A. Arnold. Attorney (J. I". Walter. Clerk J. V. Hamilton. clerk Harry Tuwlin,ou. C. A. Holiiii-o- u. J. A. Jone. girs. or i Deputy Asses-o- r Dae Sander-'- . E. B. Uay. j Jailer Dae Rons. supervisor of Koads !eve!anl Bourne Treasurer J. W. Klmore. MAGISTRATES. ( J. X.White 1st, DIt. Logan Isou 2ml. list. JohuS. Ihlm Srd.Dist. James CoUUrou 4th. Dist. COPNTV BOAKD OF KDUCVTIQS. I Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. DUt. U.D. JIcMurtr. Jnd. Dl-- t. O. J. Ileudren. 3rd. DNt. Thomas f. King. 4:h. DIst. CITY OF LAXCASTCi:. Mayor L. G. Daiidon. City Judge J . V. l'rather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. CityCI-r- r. J I k F.G. Hurt. City Assessor John JI. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief I'oiice I.. E. Ilerron. CO US CI LM EX Parker Gregory. II. C. Hamilton W. M. Zanone. Cotton. W . O. ooodloe Dr. J. A. Ainou. st ' POSTED The undersigned hereby g"e warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we.will prosecute all olTenders to ful 'est extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elan:. J. W Sweeney Ed & N B Price W. G. Anderson John 11. 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 25cent-casCounty Court Days. , ! h. WATCH the ADS lS Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsbnrg, 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. 4th. Monday. Monticello, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Monday-Winchest- V V er,