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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 5, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914020501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 5, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAX RECORD. PURE REL1GJ0A, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. NUMBER 44. xssKmmsgmKS3gms3xmms3xs3sg3y We carry a complete line of GUARANTEED KitS, SH Axes, Mattocks, Bits ETC, ETC. Any article proving defective will be replaced FREE of charge. It is to your interest to buy Guaranteed Goods as you cannot loose anything. The best inducement we can offer is good goods at reasonable prices. A full and complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. The U. S. Civil Service Commission has announced an examination in Lex ington on February 21st for those desiring positions in the Railway Mail service. From the number who pass this.examination successfully will be made an eligible list from which will be chosen men to fill vacancies that may occur in the postal service. All (3& applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 35 and and not weigh less than 130 pounds. Applicants will be Goes After Moyies. Four Feet And Stiii Coming. examined in Geography of the United Mr. W, J. Romans, of Lancaster, The rain of last Friday put about States, spelling, arithmetic, penmanwas here yesterday en route to Cincin four feet of water in Lake Placid and ship, letter writing and copjing from nati. Mr. Romans owns the Lancaster two streams are still feeding it, so this plain copy. opera house and in connection there added to the amount already on hands Shooting Near Paint Lick Proves Acwith his moving picture show. He makes a pretty good start toward rewent to Cincinnati to purchase more plenishing our sadly depleted water cidental And The Victim, Russell equipment. Mr. Romans has one of supply. The water is above the point Holman, Recovering. Lancaster's most progressive business where an old and very obdurate leak men. He has one of the largest Judge C. A. Arnold had before him was repaired in the dam, and it holds e-builders' establishments in Ken- nicely, so there is no danger of loss on last Thursday a brother of Jesse tuckyMessenger. Dozier, both of whom were in company from leakage in the future. with Russell Holman one night last You'll Never Miss "That Ok Dollar". week, when the latter received what A Peculiar State Oi Affairs. was at first thought to be a mortal At a dollar a year you simply can't Williamsburg, county seatof Whitley afford not to have the Central Record county and one of the leading cities in wound. It developed that Holman in your home. You owe it to yourself eastern Kentucky, is without a city received the wound at the hands of to watch our merchants advertisements government or city officers, The new Jesse Dozier and that the shooting was and see where you can buy the cheapest. council elected last November has fail- purely accidental, and the investigation You owe it to your family to keep in ed to organize, three of them being In so far as this phase of the case is touch with other people. After taking friendly to the newlv elected Mayor concerned was dropped. However, i our paper if you say it does not give and three antagonistic to him. In con- warrant was taken out for Dozier for you the news and is not worth one dol- sequence, they have not chosen a city shooting on the public highway, and lar we will give you "That Old Dollar" marshal, attorney, treasurer or other this charge will prosecuted. Dozier is in Madison county, not a fugitive from back. officers. justice however, and will come in due time and stand his trial. Holman, who Six Weeks Bad Weather In Store For Us. Victims Of Accident All Improving. at first was thought to have a mortal The sun rose about seven o'clock on All the victims of the motorcycle ac- wound, was not as seriously injured as the morning of the second of the month. cident of a week ago last Sunday are was announced, but is doing well and and the Ground Hog was up early and improving .nicely, the most seriously his recovery is only a matter ot time. had his weather eye open for the first injured one, Jimmie Hilton, showing gleam of old Sol, and at the appearnce marked improvement and his recovery A Treat In Store For The Literary And of the first rays he darted back into seems now a certainty. Dr. Denny is Music Loving People Of Lancaster. his hole. According to the traditions able to be up and around, although which have been instilled into us from showing the marks of his experience. Ridpalh's Chautauqua Course our infancy, we are now doomed to ex- Messrs Dave Walker and Charles Zan-on- e perience "six more weeks of bad have about recovered from their To Be Here This scare, but say they do not care for anweather." Summer. other like experience. SENTENCED TO BE HUNC WALL PAPER. By Hurt Anderson. Civil Service Examination Mail Clerk. For Railway mmMjMitmmmm. M&WRM&mfcM To our Friends and Patrons We take this method of thanking you for your kindness in responding to our call of January 1st. Notice the following way. Permit us to now return the favor in carriag- (I I Having our accounts paid up to date, we are better able to meet our bills and consequently better able to buy better goods and buy in larger quantities. We have found that the best goods are always the cheapest to our trade and the kind that acts as salesman for our house. When we are able to buy in such quantities we. of course, buy in such a way as to compel! the jobber to pay the difference between cheaper goods and the best, and in this way we can assure you that for the new year we can quote you in accordance with the above. Quality bought in quantity finds no competition in a cheaper grade. Let us show you. Again thanking you for your patronage for the past and trusting that we can serve you throughout the year, we are, very truly yours. r IJ gk I? IP 1 IPS HP 1 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. -- J. rr--i UIPirJlKirni rHI rcjKjcjairi t..i.uajLJu wiiiHIIHHJESi Ti: m4 irj ,4J trrIUlb-- 3 f.- -- ii"i fP uu DQC Stock Yards Now Ready For Business. "LIVE AND LET LIVE. a CONN BROTHERS ' Lancaster, Ky. ftr33CS33333eS33 More water in the creeks last Saturday than since last April. Rather Unusal. Elsewhere in this issue of the Record will be found the advertisement of the Lancaster Stock Yards. These Yards are among the best equipped in the state, manager Ross having recently made extensive improvements, among which are facilities for providing shel ter for 600 head of stock, lots of good pure water and food for all who wish it. With these modem and splendidly equipped yards, Lancaster is destined to become one of the leading stock mar; kets in this part of the state. Intricate Job. Mr- - George W. Palmer, under commission from the City .Council, has just completed the task of auditing the D. A. Thomas books of and Chief Herron for the past two years. Air. i'almer found all of the accounts in splendid shape, and while at the close of the last year there was a discrepancy of a few cents, it was on city. "the long side" or in favor e The work was done at the request of Chief Herron and because of the turning over of the treasurers books to his successor by Mr. Thomas. of-thges $$$$$$$$$$$$ A s Appeal. There i$ a little matter to which the RECORD beg$ to call the attention of Some of it$ SubScriber$. We really hate to Speak of it, but ome have Seemingly allowed it to Slip February comes in on Sunday this The mercury tumbled 28 degrees last year, and there will be in the month four days of each of the week. This is Friday, thats dropping some. very unusual, some statistician please Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet for sale, figure out when it everhappened before Never used. Call this office. or when it will happen again added to Several more feet of water Mr Alex. Bishop Inproving. the supply stored in Lake Placid. their mind$. To u$ thi$ i$$ue; i$ a very important in fact, it bu$ine$?. i$ nece$$ary We in our wont Speak per- Mr. Alexander Bishop who sufferpda What has become of that new stray partial strok e of paralysis last weekt pen we were promised some months is improving rapidly and is able to sit ago? Center-Waup and walk about the house, and it is Six good two year old mules will loan thought that he will suffer no bad efAt his home in this city on Monday to be broken. Phone 65. J. E. Robin- - fects from the stroke. morning Bro. Tinder said the words further on the Subject, haps you have already gue$$-e- d the drift of our remarks. The man who was contemplating gardening last week has put it off awhile. An eventful month, Ground Hogs day, St. Valentine's day and Washington's birthday, all in February. The cold snap wa3 doubtless a God send to the fruit, which was seriously contemplating donning spring attire. The park fence on Saturday afternoons very much resembles anoldsash-ione- d hitching rack in front of a couutry store. The amount of damage done the turnpikes hauling tobacco to adjoining markets would lurnish a neat sum toward building a home warehouse. than ever Cheap rates, cheaper known; for daily papers are prevalent during the remainder of this month. Better subscribe for your daily paper for the vear now. Ask the Record office about it; 4 The Ladies of the Pleasant Grove Church will give a Valentine social, Friday evening, February 13th, from 6 to 10 o'clock at the home of Mr. Walter Davis. A nice lunch will be served for 20cts. Everybody invited to help a worthy cause. The large plate glass windows in J. W. Smith's windows, which were broken by a runaway horse have been replaced. The damage amounted to about $250. while the horse was worth a fifth as much. Moral: Do not leave horses on the square unhitched and unattended. NoticeTo Teachers. " All teachers are urgently requested to have thqir reports and record books signed by their trustees and chairman and bring same to my office at once. I expect the last draft for teachers money by February 14th and cannot pay teachers until they meet with the above requirements. Miss Jennie Higgins. which united for life Miss Nannie K. Center and Mr. Thomas B. Wages. The Hon. G. Bright Swinebroad, a lead- bride is an estimable young woman of ing attorney, of Lancaster, was here the Cartersville section, and is a sister yesterday. In addition to his work as of the Center Bros., the well known attorney, he is connected with Judge stockmen and farmers of the county. M. D. Hughes is one of the most suc- The groom formerly resided in Garrard cessful real estate agencies in Ken- county but removed to Eads Okla. and immediately following the ceremony tucky. Messenger. the couple took their departure for No Bond Issue For Pulaski. that point whpre shey will make their future home. A report is going the rounds of the state press to the effect that Pulaski Manuel-Ba- ll. will vote on a $300,000. bond issue for Last Wednesday Evening at five road purposes. The Somerset Journal denies the correctness of the report o'lock Mr. William Ball and Miss Nellie and takes occasion to say that Manuel were quietly married at the "Pulaski DID vote on a $200,000. bond home of the brides brother Mr. L. issue a few years ago for this specific Manuel on Hamilton Ave, The bride is the youngest daughter purpose, and it was buried so deep by the voters that it will probably take of A. J. Manuel and is very attractive young lady, and the groom is the twenty five years to dig it up". eldest son of Mr, Arthur Ball and is a well respected young man. That Extra Help Resolution. The Rev. F. M. Tinder performed Governor McCreary permitted the ex- the ceremony which made them hustra help measure to become effective band and wife. without his signature. In a communiTheir many friends wish them a long cation to the Legislature he expressed and happy life. the belief that both houses should have such help as was necessary to the fa Dalton Cormney. cilitating of business, and he did not Miss Mary Linda Dalton and Benja-ma- n feel it incumbent upon himself to delay F. Cormney motored to Danville the business of the houses by vetoing on last Thursday afternoon, whf re in the measure. He withheld his signature however giving as his reason that the study of Rev. H.C. Garrison, pas"the joint resolution appears not to be tor of the Christian church, that genin accord with the constitution of Ken- tleman officiating, they were made man and wife. The bride is sixteen and the tucky." groom twenty three and are among Lancaster's most highly respected Near An Epidemic. young ppople. The bride is the daughThe few warm, springlike days of ter of Mr. and Mrs James H. Dalton last week near caused a breaking out and is a beautiful and attractive young of an epidemic of "fishing fever" in girl. She has but recently completed Lancaster. Ed. Morrow even went so her studies at Hamilton College. The far as to negotiate with a well known groom is employed at the Lancaster colored man to secure him a bucket of Electric Light Plant, and is one of Lan minnows, and to fix the dav to "eo to caster's most industrious and highly the Fork", but when that day came it respected young men. The yonng was ushered in by a gale blowing at the couple have taken rooms temporarily rate of eighty miles an hour and felt at the home of Mr. Wesley Walker on like it was direct from Greenland, and Danville street, but will in the early Mr. Morrow has concluded to at least spring go to housekeeping. The Recwait and see what will be the outcome ord joins their numerous friends in conj of the groundhogs prophecy. gratulations and well wishes. Leading Real Estate Man. $ome didn't catch the drift of our re-mar- k$ last i$$ue, $o we a$k in plain language Plea$e $endu$ that $ you owe u$. $$$$$$$$$$$ Richmond Now Has A Military Company. On last Friday Adi't. General .1. Tandy Ellis and Leut. Norman of trankfort mustered into commission a company at Richmond, to become a part of the Kentucky State Guard. W, Broaddus was elected Captain and Stonewall Norman, a former Garrard county boy was chosen first lieutenant We at one time, many years ago, had a military organization in Lancaster, and while the boys did not entracre in actual war, they had several assignments to active duty, and from the which are yet heard oc casionally they certainly had an interesting experience. Loses His Meat. On It will indeed be a source of great pleasure to the people of Lancaster and Garrard county to know that we are to have a Chautauqua Course in Lancaster during the coming summar. The dates have not been finally fixed, but it will probably be during the last week in June or the first week in July. Twenty progressive business men ar.d citizens of Lancaster have made this possible by each guaranteeing to the Chautauqua company thesum of twenty dollars each, and they will depend upon the sale of tickets to save them from loss because of their progressiveness in making it possible to have this splen did attraction. The tickets will be placed on sale in the near future and everyone who purchases or binde them selves to purchase, may rest assured that it will be money well spent. Many of our people go a great distance each year in order to attend these Chautauqua gatherings, and many of them have seen the one which is to appear here, which is Ridpath's, and is given up to be the best on the road. The course will be a five day one, two attractions each day, afternoon and evening, and one can illy alford to miss a single one of the attractions, for all are of the very highest class obtainable. We give below a list of attractions. which is subject to revision and addi tion, but you may rest assured that no revising will detract from the splendid list of attractions. Lecturers Gov. Joseph W. Folk, George L. McNutt, Dr. J. G. Whiting, one other to be suppiied. Entertainers Reno, Magician for children night, Willa Watson Ginn, Reader and Impersonator from exten sion department, University Wisconsin, Miss Lacy, Interpreter of plays in "Everywoman . Music Dante's band in two concerts afternoon classical, evening popular. 25 members. The Anitas, a ladies singing orchestra, The Bolandus, a family orchestra, the Collegian Male Quartette, the Boyds, Novelty musical company. The musical organizations will give a 30 minutes concert as a prelude to each lecture and entertainment. All the attractions listed on the above programme will positively make their appearance. This is an attraction such as Lancaster has never had before and should have the unstinted support of the entire community. These Chautauqua companies carry their own large water proof tent, and every convenience is provided for the comfort of the These Chautauqua courses have been held in adjoining towns and in towns of the size of Lancaster throughout the state for a number of years, and we have often thought that Lancaster would support one. There are as many cultured, literary and music loving people in Garrard as in ony of our adjoining counties, and they will now have an opportunity to enjoy a first class attraction at home. GREAT MKbil For 15 Days. B Men and Boys Overcoat at HALF PRICE. See our line of otSSB Whatwe have left is NEW and UP-TO-DA- we are going to sell them regardless of cost j j Manyotherarticles that we are going to sell Call on early Friday morning, between 12 and 1 o'clock the smoke house of Mr. G. S. Greenleaf was discovered to be on fire, and owing to the lateness of the hour it was destroyed before the department could get the hose turned on it. Mr. Greenleaf and Mr. H, C. Kauffman had each provided a large hog for their House For Rent. meat supply, and these were almost a total loss. The fire originated from Haying decided to leave Lancaster, Mr. Greenleaf following the old time will rent my house of twelve rooms, custom of "smoking his meat" by two porches, barn with five stalls, good making a fire in a large kettle in the garden and large yard. middle of the smokehouse floor, this Webb Raney, Lancaster Ky. fire was left over night and the kettle became over heated and set the floor Your account is already afire The smokehouse was in fifteen feet of the dwelling, and but for the fact past due, please come in that a heavy rain was falling and the and settle. wind was from the north, the residence also would have been" destroyed. Miss Rella Arnold. last Thursday night, or rather uswith the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. ET.Loean Lancaster, Kentucky. ILii irni ii n .n n irntill j. - f,,X!: - S ..' Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5, 1914. woman, of mature years, but bearing the marks of great beauty and dignity, despite the .prison pallor of her face. "In the name of God, who are you, friend?'.' asked Nikolai. "I am Adam Gortchakoff," answered the old man, opening his eyes. I saw Nikolai start back and clap his hand to his forehead. "How long have you been confined here, Adam Gortchakoff?" he asked with a quavering voice. "Twelve years," .the old man answered. "And my daughter also." "God help yon," muttered Nikolai. Tears welled into his eyes. "Russia has not forgotten you," he said, raising the old man's hand to his lips. "Nor you, madams. But we thought you had died in Archangel." "There were twelve prisoners here when I arrived," said the woman In French. "My father and I have alone survived." She turned upon Nikolai fiercely. "Does Nicholas Stambuloff still work for Russia?" she asked. "He is still our hope and Russia's hope," said Nikolai. Then, hastily, he began telling them of the desperate chance that had let us hither. "Can you endure your chains for a few hours longer?" he asked. "We have endured them twelve years," answered the woman; and she bent over her father and pressed a damp sponge to his lips. The sight was inexpressibly painful to me; for the first time I began to understand The Lighthouse o the North An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT OS (Copyright. 1913. by W. G. Chapman) J Our little yacht cut gaily through to the sea, for they know that no the great waves that rolled In an un- person could some here with anything ceasing surge off the great North cape but evil intent." He picked up a huge aloft with ease. of Norway. It was the end of Septem-her- ; bowlder, poising the nights and days were equal, "Follow me!" he," cried, and hurled hut a blue line on the horizon beto- himself with his burden against the kened the approach of the Arctic Ice- door. That was the mightiest blow that pack that would soon descend to seal the that silent coast until the following ever I saw struck. It shivered top. spring. Nothing could exceed the lone- oaken timbers from bottom to Only the iron bolts restrained the fragliness and desolation of the not a sail or line of smoke was visi- ments of the door. A moment later ble. Par on our starboard lay the and we had cleared away this obstruction, just as two bearded giants stepNorwegian coast. There were six of us aboard with ped along the flags within and conNikolai. We were all consumed to fronted us. "Yield!" cried Nikolai in Rusknow the reason for our presence in those cold waters, far from civiliz- sian, covering thorn with his revolver. They threw up their hands with ation. This was the day on which your companion?" we were to be told. Nikolai assembled alacrity. " Where-Jus on deck we were all members of Nikolai asked. "In the light chamber " they answerthe international league and broke ed sullenly. the seal of a document. up the stone We dashed pell-meThen he read out the orders. We came upon him as he "Satcha Alexandrovltch, with five stairs. other revolutionary patriots, Is on his descended; in a twinkling he was disway to Archangel aboard the Potem- armed. tThe lighthouse was ours. It was the work of a few moments to kin," he told us. Our mission was to rescue them pour out the oil and break the lenses. "We should have kept those fellows For these men had been the hope of Russia and of freedom through many prisoners," said Nikolai. "Still, they stormy months; at last, treacherously can do no harm. They will not dare betrayed to the minions of the tsar, .' attack us, and there Is nowhere for en ..-.- , i... v. v.nnn eontMinul nfrpr n rmck j tTiam frt o" Vnw. men., back to the tut.M U1CJ UdU VWwU avut...wv.v, trial, to perpetual banishment in the boat We hurried down. As we ran we frozen wastes of northern Russia, where no man ever lived long enough heard shouts beneath us defiant, to communicate with his friends t mockinsr. they seemed. When we again. It was a sentence of deatn in reached the ruins of the door below the cries came from the darkness, the penal settlement there. And on the following day the cruis-p-r mingled with the pounding of the surf. Potemkin would round the great Nikolai exclaimed aloud and ran on cape on her journey into the White , ai0ne across the slippery rocks. I sea, the last before the closing in of heard him stumble and fall. Then curses came to us from without, and the ice, bearing her victims. Afterward, Nikolai communicated a hail of bullets whizzed past our to me his plans, as we sat side by cara. At the same instant we heard side within the cabin, studying the i oars grating against the rocks, ' Then we understood. We had not charts. "Here we shall Intercept her," he thought to guard our boat. The watch-saipointing to a dot off the coast men had taken it, and, knowing every "And all her guns and comple- - j inch of the coast, would doubtless run ment of soldiers and sailors will never , it away, Another hall of bullets made us i save her." ! He unfolded his scheme. "Here is dodge. Nikolai came limping back the lighthouse," he said. "Its light, ; to me, his face convulsed with fury. We're trapped like rats," be said burning steadily, alone makes possible a voyage between those rocks and between his teeth. Then a thought shoals. We shall destroy the light; struck him. "They must have a boat of their the ship, misled, will be buffeted to pieces upon the rocks. The prisoners own," he called. "Follow me!" He have been warned. They will es- dashed across the rocks again", the rest cape In the confusion. Perhaps they of us after him. When we reached will perish; but the chance Is better the other side we found the remains keepers than the certain death which awaits of a painter. The light-hous- e had taken their own boat as well. them." It was a desperate undertaking, the And, while we waited there, a suces-sio- n of five shots came from the darklittle yacht against the armored battleship, but none of us thought of ness on this side also. We cowered that. Our hearts were elated with the back into the darkness. "One man In that boat," said Nimagnitude of our task. That night running In close along the rocky shore, kolai. "Those shots are from his magazine. And two in the other. we sighted the lighthouse. type. Now are they acting In concert, or It was of the The lenses did not revolve, but a does each think we are the other?" steady stream of light Issued through We were soon undeceived. As by a them on three sides, shooting out like signal, a volley came from either side. a warning finger far Into the dark-;nes- Two of our men cried, stumbled, and sliding across the slippery weed, "We shall shoot out the glasses," I splashed Into the sea. said to Nikolai. "Perchance, If we The wind was rising, and all the shoot out the central lense, no light while the breakers had been pounding visible from a distance will issue. upon the rocks. We shouted In vain; 'The Potemkin will sail to her de we could not make our voices heard struction." above the uproar of the elements. Nikolai smiled rather sadly. Rain was falling, mingled with a light "We cannot approach that coast snow. within two thousand yards," he anmen," cried "Into the light-housswered. "And, at that distance, no Nikolai; and we reached cover just xifle bullet would penetrate those thick as another volley flattened itself Senses. Moreover, at such a distance, against the massive walls. rwho could hit a beam of light by night We looked around us. In a tiny or even the lighthouse, by day, chamber was a heavy table, bolted clothed, as it always Is, with perpetual into the stone. Nikolai set his shoulder against It and wrenched it bodily "What then?" I asked. from its fastenings. Then we half "We must take it by storm," he an- dragged, half carried it along the narswered. "It Is guarded by three sol- row passage to the doorway, where diers veterans of the Imperial Guard. we tilted it on end. It fitted the oriRussia leaves little to chance. It must fice well and formed a barricade ,be captured." against surprise. That night the lighthouse was to But our condition was a desperate be rushed. There was no other way. one. We had only our cutlasses and At dark we took our way in toward revolvers against rifles, and no more the shore cautiously by means of the than twelve cartridges apiece. Yet lead; we anchored at a distance of a we were three against three; and if mile and a little more, and leaving our adversaries had command of the two men aboard, the five of us re- offensive there was always the yacht maining rowed cautiously through the As the attack was not renewed, we rocks. left the third on guard and descended More than once our little boat upset, into the bottom story of the lightleaving us clinging to the sharp, house. Here we found a curious, needle-pointe- d crags. But each time winding passageway, cut out of the we recovered ourselves, by some for- living rock, apparently, and opening tuitous miracle. At length, dripping, into an extensive chamber, evidently frozen and utterly exhausted, we the work of engineers. At the enTeached the rocks on which the great trance we discovered ample provisions lighthouse stood. It towered above in the shape of flour and salted meat, us, a veritable colossus of masonry; as well as dried fruits and a great and from its summit the steady beams tank of water, connecting with what of light poured forth on three sides mus have been a rain reservoir on through the fogs. And now I per- the top of the light-housAs we ceived why my suggestion could not approached the chamber in the rock have been carried out The lenses were a low moan reached my ears. set back into the masonry, so that no "There are men, In there!" I cried to rifle bullet could have been aimed at Nikolai them from the base of the cliffs. Only "Who are youf he called. Only a moan answered. An oil lamp far out at sea would they become accessible, and there, as Nikolai had was burning in a niche of the damp said, they could not have been walL Nikolai snatched it up and, despierced. pite my warnings, advanced toward We had brought cutlasses and re- the dark recesses of the prison, I folvolvers. At a word from Nikolai we lowing. In the far nook we saw a crept cautiously across our slippery sight that called forth a cry of pity d foothold until we reached the from my companion. Stretched out upon a bed of filthy door at the base of the tower, faintly within we beard two watch straw, his hands chained to steel staples In the wall, was an old man, men singing a peasant song. "Now, men." said Nikolai, "it will emaciated, and apparently upon the Jbe useless to Imoclr. Nobody will open verge of death. Beside him knelt a l that we had discovered the location searchlight shone straight out to sea. of their captives; this explained their It was a little after midday when, desperate efforts to regain the light- through the thick mists that enfolded house. They had abandoned the at- us, we heard the booming of guns. tempt, knowing of the death of two of One, two, three and silence. Then our men, and had resolved to make i the signal was repeated. by boat for the open sea. It was the Potemkin. But they had known nothing of our We put our three friendly enemies yacht The men whom we had left down In the vaults, first exchanging there, seeing the soldiers advancing clothes with them. They went readily in their boat through the fog, had be- enough, when we had explained to lieved them to be us; they themselves them that their Imprisonment was were not seen by the soldiers, who, in only temporary, until after the vesrowing, naturally had their backs to- sel's departure. Then three of us, ward the open sea. Thus the two par- dressed in the Russian uniform, with ties ran into each other's arms. Cut the two other men in the rear of us, off from the open sea, the soldiers had waited for the arrival of the boat nowhere to escape; on the other hand, It seemed an endless Interval it the men In the yacht, anxious to learn was really about an hour before the our fate, opened a parley with them, ship's boat grated against the rocks. being all Russians and from the same She carried the six prisoners, chained, territory. In the end It was recog- with six armed guards. Nikolai welnized that a truce must be effected comed the sailors in their native until the fortune of war should de- tongue. They advanced, entirely unsuscide for one side or the other. This pecting. Then, In a trice, we had was satisfactory to the soldiers, but sprung on them and disarmed them. more so to us, who knew of the ap- So sudden was our attack that they proach of the Potemkin. "Fools that we were," said Nikolai to me. "Had we known what we know now we should have let the Potemkin land her new captives here, concealing our yacht in the offing, and, when she had departed, we should have taken them with us and sailed away. Now all is lost The vessel will pound to pieces on the rocks and our captives will die with the crew, Or If they land, we shall encounter sea-scap- s attempted no resistance; they stood staring at us, foolishly grinning. The prisoners were no whit less astonished. I did not admit Nicholas Stambuloff to see his bride, as Nikolai wanted. The shock would have been too sudden for both of them. We kept her below with her father; he still required her constant attention, al- hmtch tVia fanna rt traaAnm hnil wnn. j derfully fanned the flickering flame of life. But he would live now; he ll ,, ML1 m HulMWi rut ' t wMm,AfiWWCLvm$mfaitmm WmMMwWS, ?2SBs3SWo MZfx. mWM MWWMlll "Twelve years ago my bride, married a week to me, was snatched from my arms and carried off to a dungeon Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. by the soldiers of Russia's tyrant I never saw her face from that day to Arrive. this. After a mockery of a trial she No 10; 5:00 a. m. was found guilty of conspiring against the tsar and sentenced to Archangel. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond "I could have given myself up and with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; received the same sentence. I could at Winchester with C & O to Lexinghave been banished thither and have ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & joined her there. And I refused. Do Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. you know why I voluntarily cut myself No 71; 8:35 a. m. off from sharing her exile? For RusTo Rowland & Stanford connecting sia's sake. For Russia's sake, and be cause, while free, I could still fight at Rowland, L & N to all points South for liberty, I hid from the soldiers, I No 28; 11:04 a. m. worked In Russia for the cause. To Richmond, connecting with L & Every day I have hoped for capture; N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington and every day I have worked like a & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. mole in the dark to avoid it for RusNo 70; 11:50 a. m. sia's sake. "And when at last the tsar laid To Richmond, connecting with fast hold of me and I was sentenced to train to Cincinnati. up. Archangel, all my heart leaped No 27; 2:09 p. m. I knew she was not dead. Had Bhe To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon died I should have felt and known It I always knew that somewhere my Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling wife lived, waiting for the day of re-- , Green, and at Bardstown Junction to union. And all through the voyage on Bardstown & Springfield, the Potemkin, I was happier than II pm No 9- naa . m Cronfrtrl OAnnaotinrf with fast UttVC CYCI ITCCU UCIUIC, UCMUAO .A.W UHtlllUtU, kUlKILVIIJ I nmtnt Kak end otiMil1 tsaa tim airalnl "And you, you fool, have ruined . train t0 Briato1 & Aanta. this! You have given me back my ( accused iiDerty, ana once again i must return to Russia to fight for freedom." Nikolai had signaled to me In the midst of this tirade, and I had understood. I went Into the vault and led the woman up the stairs. I think she saw him first Her face grew even paler than the prison pallor had bleached it Then a flush spread over her cheek and throat I caught las by the arm and spun him around. At first he gazed at her with incredulous eyes; then he drew toward her, wonderingly. She held out her arms. I turned and left them. On the next day we pulled out to the yacht and put our crew aboard. There was nothing but joy among us IF YOU WILL PERMIT all at the prospect of departure from those gloomy shores, for already win- - us t0 demonstrate to you the need ter was at hand and ice floes choked the sea. There was no time to be of Insurance, we are satisfied that lost We set off southward down the you will no longer be without it. Norwegian coast toward a land of sunLeavel-Heade- d shine. I never saw a happier couple than Nicholas and his bride. Only one thing slddened me: bith an-- men realize the importance of In nounced their determination to return surance; but we wish to talk to to Russia to take up the people s bat- those who are not fully aware of the tie. "it 13 right," said Nikolai. "That advantages of Insurance, and reis their only happiness in life And spectflIiiy soijcit an opportunity tc L. &N. 2 A raray Hao - those of their comrades, the land to give them information. will find its peace again." Upon the rocky shores lay the & THOMAS, wreck of a mighty ship an armored PRISBIE vessel Trough the glasses I could LANCASTER, KY. make out the name Potemkin on the j stern. Office Citizens National Bank. She lay half submerged among the lapping waves. There was no signal, no sign of life on board. Had a man survived that sudden wreck he must I .UU liava nprlclioH . n tha tirtfctoTvuia mrf ... rw. w.u.v..u Official Directory Of Garrard County. Nikolai, standing by my shoulder. smiled grimly. ' A Hardin. " ne an Circuit Judge "on. CariesHon. Emmet Par- look at tne Commonwealth j Attorney swered, to my unspoken question. r,ri.,i-nii.And then, looking backward. I saw h v.,n no light Master commissioner W. II. Brown. "Yes," said Nikolai, "that is my Trustee Jury Fund-Be- nj. K. Robinson, work," And then he told me what Official Court Stenographer Mis Sue Shelby he had done in the tower on the pre- - Mason. j County Judge C. A.Arnold. Ceding day. Attorney-With his blood-thirs- t unsatisfied, he County cierk-j.- w. G. C Walker. Hamilton, had crept up and shifted the great county lens from the middle to the side com- - ..... ,.. ngnt-nouse,- ,' s. open sea, now flared at an angle of ninety degrees, invisible from where we were, but clearly discernible round the arm Of the coast The captain of the Potemkin. Ignorant that the dlrec-tion of the light beam had been changed, had steered his course by it straight upon the rocks and perished there, with all his crew. ENGLAND'S MANY sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy Sheriff George T. Ballard. Superlnteudant of Schools Miss Jennie Hig glus. Assessor Dae Sanders, Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Dave Ross. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. RICH e, J. N.White 1st. Dlst. Logan Isou 2nd. Dlst. MEN Jons S. Hdm 3rd, Dlst. James Coldlron 4th. Dlst. s 'In itiemme ofGxtwftoareyoa? s ,$?' ",X"2- - ' dlj'rtd lorrt . sea-fogs- e. iron-boun- something of the hatred which in- the attack of a hundred desperate spired Nikolai against the tyranny of men. At all costs the Potemkin must the tsar. be saved." But he could linger no longer. Bid"We can save her yet," I answered. ding them a hasty farewell, and assur- "One lens Is still unbroken. It was liberty, struck from the frame but not shating them of their approaching Nikolai retreated up the stairs. Out- tered. With this we can bring the side dawn was breaking. Our man vessel in safely." was still on guard; the attack had "Howr asked Nikolai. not been renewed. I took him up Into the light cham"I dared not tell her that her lover ber. As I had said, one of the three is aboard the Potemkin," said Nikolai great lenses had remained uninjured. to me. "Nicholas Stambuloff was cap- Then I explained my plan. As Nikolai tured and sentenced to Archangel; he took It in he became greatly excited. is one of the six revolutionary leaders He clapped me upon the shoulder and otherwise known as Satcha Alexan- strode up and down the room, vowing drovltch. We must and will restore that the bride should yet be restored him and his bride to liberty. And to her husband, from whose arms she think for twelve years they have not had been snatched a short week after met" the wedding, twelve years before. "On guard!'' cried our companion. This was the scheme. The single We heard steps on the rocks; we lens, set into the central frame, would drew our revolvers and waited. But, convey the light straight out to sea what was our astonishment when. and afford a signal for the cruiser. through the mists, we saw our two The Potemkin would anchor In the companions of the yacht and the three offing, place the prisoners in a boat Russian soldiers conversing amicably under a guard, and row them ashore. together as they approached us. A We should admit them, capture and short interrogation convinced Nikolai disarm the guard, and hold them in that the truce was a genuine one. the vaults. The next party that came We hurried down and, by the aid of would meet a .similar fate; and so a file which the soldiers gave us, had all who arrived, lor even if they sussoon freed the prisoners from their pected any danger, we could defend bonds. Then seated together over a the light-hous-e against a regiment, meal, explanations were offered and while the thick fog would render a received. bombardment Impossible. What would was probably occur, however, would be It appeared that the light-hous- e used as a secret penal station to which that the ship's officers, after the secprisoners were sent who had been ond party failed to return, would besentenced to the mines of Archangel. lieve that botfc boats had been The secret had been well kept, and swamped In the breakers, and would this explained why none of those seat take the ship back to Russia withto the frozen north had ever been out further Investigation. heard from. They were sot then; We raised the great lens Into the the cruisers put them Invariably up- central frame. We refilled the oil on this desolate rock, where they lamp; and once more, though on in chains until death claimed either of two aMes was darkness, them. The soldiers naturally r.nmMi through the cestaal aperture a great; mi would see freedom if never Russia again. We placed our new captives with the soldiers below and waited for the second boat But no boat came. With the callousness of the Russian officer, the commander cared nothing for the fate of the crew. If they had perished on that dangerous coast, at least their captives, chained as they were, had died with them. That was all he cared about At four o'clock we heard four guns fired in swift succession. It was the sign of departure. Excusing himself, Nikolai rushed up the stairs. I would have followed him', but he signed to me to wait below. When ha returned I could eath- ! er no information as to the reason of his departure. We brought our captives, now nine in number, up from the vaults. The situation had already been explained to the sailors by the three soldiers. We offered them a safe passage to England, our destination, whence they could readily ship aboard some boat for the Baltic. As there was our terms were eagerly accepted, and once more our enemies were converted Into friends. I congratulated ourselves upon the termination of our adventure bloodless, save for the death of our two men the night preceding. But when at last Nicholas Stambuloff understood tha situation he turned upon Nikolai Hke a madman. At first his anger was incomprehensible to all of us. Nikolai, soothing him as a child, told him that presently he should meet some one whom he would be gald to see. "There is nobdy whom I would be glad to see," ravefl Nicholas. "Do you know what you hare done, you hound T Listen, and I wlH tell you. Incomes Largely Derived From Invest COCSTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. ments Abroad, Which Reach an Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. Enormous Total. R. D. McMurtry. 2nd. Dlst. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. England's assessed income from Thomas P. King. 1th. Dlst. abroad, as set forth in the income tax , CITY OF LANCASTER. Biausucs lasr. year, reacnea ine im- zy0'Z mense total of J520.000.000, which represents capital of nearly $13,000,000. City Judge J.P.Prather. city Aor..j-- J. B.Bobl..on. These incomes are derived from for- - cityClrk f.g. Hurt. elgn mines, gas works, water works, city Assessor John M. Mount. tramways, breweries, tea and coffee city Treasurer w. f. champ, plantations, nitrate grounds, oil fields, Chief Police L. E. iierron. land, financial, telegraph, cable, ship-cocncilmen ping Companies, Parker Gregory. and Insurance H.C. Hamilton. Sam cotton, branches of banks and mercantile com- - w.m. Zanone. ' v. o. Goodloe. panles, mortgages on property, loans Dr.J.A.Amon. and deposits abroad and profits of all . Bsss&?si:s5:gsas3s fcVjgggBaggag&g RcscgeaMaK8ecKKKecgKgK8e We Will Appreciate Prompt Payment by Those In- debted to Us. Pay as You Go and You Wont Owe. V oggrooaooocroo og?agogiqqro s8$HSSX-SJ2-SXB"X- ' 4SSxmx4KmS43 - abroad by manufacturers, merchants and commission agents. When it la realized how great is the capital ln- vested by Englishmen abroad in these warn-ga- te The "nders.gned hereby varied interprises the immense aggro-- ! inS to all persons not to trespass upon income, outside that included in the income tax statistics, can be lma- - ur lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful glned. According to the same statistics, ' lest extent of the law. Hunters and. there axe 214 persons in the TJnlted Fishermen especially take notice. Kingdom with an income of $275,000, q. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. which means that there are that many Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra $6,000,000 are rfchpftt TTiffliRJimfiTi- - ThpTA rft fifi with J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. an Income of $ 500,000 and over. 55 , s- - c- - Henderson, W. S. Embry with an income ot from $375,000 to A. J. Caddell, $500,000. 37 with Incomes of $325,000 Mrs. Pattie D. Gill, H. C. Arnold to $375,000, and 66 with incomes of garai, Hackley. J as. G. Conn. rrom szt&.oou xo 3Zo,ugv. g j jjich. W. B. Ray. more, there are 4J43 persons with inWe will add other namesfor 25 cent comes of $50,000 and over, which means the possession of a capital of cash. $1,000,000 and more. Consequently the total of persons In the country who loBHty Court Days. possess at least $1,000,000 does not Richmond, 1st. Monday. fall short of 4.751, Paris, 1st. Monday. Each tray in aatrg carrier invented Frankfort, 1st. Monday. by an Iowa woman epens out at a difHarrodsburg, 1st. Monday. ferent angle so that all the contents Lexington, 2nd. Monday. cam h examlaat at once. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. G&a&s&XBSsoaa&os Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Kicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. POSTED ge ??Z?ZFZrTZ: V j l. I ts The Central Record, Thursday Feb 5, 1914. Page 3 $ The Courier Journal At HALF PRICE $3.00 For 12 ftonths & Son. Please let us send in your subscription. R. L McRoberts ililllli expected powers of observation and analysis. Little Jimmie, for instance, DAIRY BRED BULL was asked if a young lady whom he dearly loved was pretty. "She looks pretty to me," he announced, after a brief period of consideration, "but I The news press h:is contained sevdon't s'pose she's really pretty. I noeral notices recently relutive to loss ot tice Brother Ben don't sit by her side human life by nttiu-Uof dairy brpa an awful lot when she comes here." bulls, says the Kansas Farmer. TUN brings up the quotlou tis to whether or not bulls of dairy lirevdlns are more itUkWi. ..xVvMiaiLBtw5y ""JUlinclined to vicioiwness than are those of beef breeding 199 It is our judgment that males of dairy breeding are much more so inclined than males of beef breeding It must be remembered that the dairy Mrs. Jay McGee, 0! Steph-envil- le, bred male is of nervous tempenimeiit. Texas, writes: 'For Beef bred males are of what is known nine (9) years. I suffered with in humans as the lymphatic temperawomanly trouble. I had terment, being syniliollciil of sluggishness rible headaches, and pains in This difference in temperament does my back, etc. It seemed as if not necessarily imply that all dairy I would die, I suffered so. At bred males are vicious and unsafe. last, I decided to try Cardui, and it the woman's tonic, II ' helped me right away. The 4ft "f full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." s --Vw little folk frequently manifest Jlmmle'a Conclusion, un- HANDLING THE I The Womans Club (Edited By The Woman Clubi "C t, 'j' jff TAKE Card The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try CarduL ts. 71 The little month of February stands unique in the calendar of the American year because it contains the birthdays of our two greatest men. Thou gh dead, these men yet speak, and their words are for the healing of the nation. The life of a great and good man is one of the most eflective of all instruments for the molding of the character of succeeding generations. We live at our best only when we live in constant touch with the great. The Roman Emperor Alexander Severus had in his oratory no images of gods, but only statues of great men, such as Alexander, Orpheus, Appollonius, Abraham, and Jesus, An illustrious Frenchman of the nineteenth century, into whose soul something of the spirit of the old Roman emperor seems to i have passed, constructed a calendar of nve nundred and htty-eigmen, representing all ages ot nations. who, in the opinion of the maker of the calendar, had made the most substantial con tributions to human progress. It was by cultivating reverence for great men and by frequently calling before the mind their exploits and virtues that he hoped to lead humanity out of its weaknesses and distresses into the strength and light of a wider day. ht tc Mardi Bras FUN FROLICFESTIVITY NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-3- 4, 1914 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than March 6, with extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of SI.OO. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply (o II. C Kl.NG, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 101 E.Main Street. Lrninzton.Ky. Automobile to be Given Away at the IP EOUISV1LLE AUTO SHOW down from GOD'S MEDiCiSSSES according to th.3 Original & '.EFormulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooHerbalist, for tho treatnib.it The of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Siblo. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Compounded xclusive n, COM-CE3-SA- Body-Toni- c. IB CHARLIE WHITE-BOO- N The Cowlof Herlalist ORIGINATOR OF CHETEHKE REMEDIES IK3IM SCPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MO- O 2. SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky LZaj It is said of the pure bred Guernsey sire that he Is able to stamp his breed characteristics on other cattle. The Guernsey Is a producer ot milk of high quality and of a rich yellow color. In many respects they resemble the Jersey, being noted for the high per cent ot butter fat in milk produced. As a butter maklns cow there are few that surpass the Guernsey. Pilot of the Glen, whose photo is here reproduced, was champion bull of his breed at the Illinois state fair. However, it does account for a much larger percentage of them beins so than in the case of males of beef breeds. However, the male of dairy breeds should be carefully bandied to avoid the development of viciousness. The herdsman should make a friend of the male. The male should be taught to know that the herdsman is his friend. He should be more frequently handled with a friendly stroke than with the pitchfork. The herdsman should, of course, be Qrm with him at all times, giving the male to understand that his herdsman is boss. It is our observation that the male cannot be ruled by fear. He can fight and he knows it and be will fight if necessary. His horns should be removed, and. while taking them off in calfhood will result In leaving a head of more shapely form and of greater beauty, we do believe that dehorning at the age of twelve to eighteen months has a good effect on him. It lias a tendency to take the tight out of him and show him that there are other controlling powers besides himself. Nevertheless the male should be handled cautiously Persons about him should at all times be on their guard. Every such animal should have a ring in his nose. If he Is Inclined to be unruly and has the freedom of the pasture a chain or rope dragging in the ring will have a taming effect and will often prevent injury in case he should give chase. The practice, however, of allowing the dairy bred male the freedom of the pasture and feed lot Is not a wise one for reasons other than that of danger to human life. The custom of the old Roman to take its niche the waxen image of an eminent ancestor on the anniversary of his natal day sprang from an instinct deep and wholesome. All nations feel that they can-nwisely ignore the past. They cannot let go of the men who lifted the world to a higher level, simply because they are in their graves. They must hear their voice in the clamor and uproar of In these days, when physical science has cast the glamour of its achievements over the world of things, it is well to remember that great men are among the very chiefest of God's ways and works. He created Shakespeare and Newton and Julius Ciesar and Plato. He made them and his hands formed them as well as the dry land. ot Hifjl Win . Musii: Decorations Ill iq Only a DaV and Night to New Orleans WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE MONDAY February 23 ARRIVAL OF Mardi Oras The Two Big NEW ORLEANS TUESDAY February 24 PARADE OF REX 2:00 p. m. and Days-F- eb MOBILE 23 and 24 PENSACOLA REX 10 a. m., and Proteus Parade AT NIGHT. $19.80 $18.00 $19.95 Comus Parade AT NIGHT. ROUND TRIP FROM LANCASTER Tickets on Sale Daily February 17 to 23 Inclusive, SLEEPING CAR FARE $4,00 TO $4.50 EACH WAY Extension Limit On Tickets To March 23 TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST FOR THE ROUND TRIP. Estimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day in best private homes, or 52.00 per day at good Apply to L. & N. Agent for printed list of hotels, to which add the above railroad and Pullman fares. Rooming Houses and Hotels. BKbKS MUMUSIliiOSil E. C. Million, Pres. T. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught. Sec. E. Deatherage. Treas. X Hog Paralysis. Paralysis in hogs, commonly but er- Ike Madison Phone ICO. Tobacco Incorporated. DIRECTORS Warehouse Capital Stock $33,000 Coy, Co, '0 i E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. roneously attributed to kidney worms. Is Induced by overfeeding and lack of exercise, and especially by stutling growing hogs on corn, which is an in complete feed that does not go to make bones. Rickets Is preseut iu most cases of swine paralysis, and this may be seen either in young pigs, fattening hogs or nursing sows. Prevent by feeding mixed rations to breeding, pregnant and nursing swine, and let them have abundant exercise at all times of the year. Feed roots and alfalfa hay as part of the rations In winter. E. Deatherage. 8 To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: "Everything is lovely and the goose hangs high." The Madison House Still Doing Business At The Ola Stand, Still Leadiug The Market In Pounds And Prices. Last week was one of the best of the season with us, We sold during the week, just closed, about, 375,000 pounds, bringing our total sales to over 3,000,000 out about 5,000,000 The offerings for the week have been for the most part pounds sold on the entire market. of lower grades than usual on this market, but prices have been well maintained: all along the line. Good tobaccos are in demand; and when they have appeared, have commanded strong to high prices. Our market has been uniform and strong throughout the season. Some of the best crop averages have been made last week a few of them follow: Smith &. I I m 1 So matter how much nourishing feed is given to them 'in winter, pigs will not do well if they are not properly housed. Their bouse should be warm and free from drafts: also well ventilated, andtheir bedding dry and not too dusty. The pens where the hogs run around in the day time should be well drained. A pen which has poor drainage is a menace to the health of the hogs. This is especially true during the winter. Rusty Farm Implements. moldboards and cultivator shovels, are a nuisance, and it requires hours of bard horse end man work to clean them. A little hot paraffin brushed over them when put away keeps the iron as bright as you wish, and the minute you start all goes well. Rusty It Pays to Groom Cows. A little grooming or brushing will have a great Influence on the appearance of the cow. A few minutes spent In this way will pay large dividends In better looks and also In a greater pricf-o- f farm stock and better returns. Pig Shelter. i 1 wca I Life everywhere has a tendency to We become monotonous and sordid. all fall into foolish ways of thinking and unhealthy ways of feeling, and we need the healing touch of lofty souls. Fortunately for us, such souls are al ways within our reach. We may live in a city, or in a hamlet, or in an isolated farmhouse among the mountains or on the plain, but ho matter where we are we can when evening comes sit down and commune with the immortals. The homes of the upper four hundred may be closed to us, but we are always at liberty to dine with the kings and queens of history. It is amazing that so many men and women throw away their opportunities to walk and talk with the great. If it be true that a man is known by the company he keeps, then there is many a person who has reason to be ashamed of himself. A book is nothing but a man or woman, and if one invites into his home flashy and trivial and vulgar writers the scrapegraces and dabblers of literature he indicates by his choices the manner of person he is. "Evil company doth corrupt good manners," as Paul reminded the Corinthians long ago. and it is impossible to associate with men, either in the flesh or in books, without being brought somewhat nearer their level. Many a man is todav pessimistic because he has read so many diseased and gloomy hearted authors, and many a woman carries an unhappy heart be cause of the poison injected by the books which she has read. Life is too short to read any but the best books, and that is why the Womans Club has selected their books so carefully and guards them so jealously Libraries after libraries have been started in Lancaster. Where are the books that were gotten together and the founda tion of a good library started in Garrard Female College? What became of them? Who was responsible for them? Where are the fonndations of other libraries that have been started from time to time? Echo answers, where? Now we ask, why? Because we never had a librarian, because books were always left open. Because we could take them out and forget we ever had them. We have started a splendid library, we need these books. In the hours of conflict we look around for helpers, and, alas, they are few. It is then we need to pick up a good book, to read of lives of those who met the battle of life without flinching, who took up arms against all vexation and opposition and fought the battle through We might not now be preparing to celebrate the birthday of Lincoln if Lincoln had not when a boy read and reread the life of Washington, Let us continue to add to these books and guard thein jealously for they are for the "healing of Lancaster." p r P M 11 ALMISSION 2Sc The Louisville Automobile Dealers' Association WILL GIVE AWAY m lunnxia pais i islM&w iwBiwcnEMiWHPPagtcKWiti l fREE Eacn person purchasing un admission to thr Automobile Show will be given an opportunity of securing A P . - NEW 1914 FORD GAR without cost nr oblisrat"n -- Alisolui.".! ?' i'-- v vrt ii&timF&ipf&F&gPX'i i fiTEL fomf RATES: Ecus, Diticlll 3iIJ J1.SO. $2.00 up. Ivnrmn hWrfi nrj $&g? BIVSc-- l. KJJ II fi m i tinfLriJLw txrcjnrsij WASHINGTON Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. RATCSl t.C deals A terz, "S?5ififMaSBit,', "tup WHITE 520, $3.00 fiiule 3ia u?. OVERLOOKS HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room-- ' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. FLORIDA This is the Season when Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Riding, Driving, and all other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable Agee sold 4150 pounds as follows:; 170 lbs at 17c. 200 lbs at 17Jc, 220 lbs at 17Jc, 225 lbs at 17ic 185 lbs at 17Jc, 165 lbs at 17Jc. 190 lbs at 17ic, 180 lbs at 17Jc, 175 lbs at 17c, 190 lbs at 19c 160 lbs at 191c 225 lbs at 25c, 265 lbs at 191c A 241c 240 lbs at 241c 210 lbs at 25c, 235 lbs at 20c, 190 lbs at 20c, 315 lbs at 19c, 290 lbs-- at general average of $20.00 the thousand. Lee & Doolin 4,300 at 16.20, Deatherage & King 2500 at 15.90, Palmer & Lear 2475 i at 16.50 and many more as good. x Handel, the autocrat, and Hayden, the father of symphony were the subjects. The song of Miss Gracie May Cochran was greatly enjoyed as was also thelulaby song by the children from Miss Brashear's room. last musical. Miss Sara Daniels ably conlucled the SOUTHERN RAILWAY . Premier Carrier of the South nic Offers excellent service and roost attractive routes Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of the World. We must again thank all who have sold with, us and all who wished to sell with us and couldent. We appreciate it all, everything that you have done or that you tried to do for us. If you have any tobacco left unsold, we are on the job all the time and will do everything we can to get prices that will please you. Remember that we have had more experience than has any other market here, and it is yours without the cost of an extra penny. Again thanking you, we are gratefully yours, SUBSCRIBE FOR Stop En Route at These Famous Southern Resorts SAVANNAH CHARLESTON AIKEN SUMMERVILLE COLUMBIA AUGUSTA Asheville in "The Land of the Sky" Very Low Homeseekers Fares Winter Tourist Fares Variable Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. For information a to communicate with your local agtnt or Main 1937 City 1938 J ? m The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. THE m CENTRAL RECORD. acAfa. faro, and throauh SUopmr Car toroteo B. H. Todd. D. P. Stark Building, LouuTilIe, A, jipjiMMimiHfmriiiffMi wmmmmmWBmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmm $ 1 .00 Per Year. " Kj, ...-- . . j,.t., f.'-x- rV T l A Page 4 sskkswwksswbwkws 4a6aH6asiaaftSKrtatasao The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5, 1914. HaaaiarKEw-aaAaftSraft- sramreB9BgaHgggHBairaaftaft B6aaisaaaeaHafta o$oss am&G&$ys&$&a&s- T Thp r HOME 0QD30a.:p-a3Aa4ft4- 1M RICHMOND,. WAREHOUSE KENTUCKY. Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Best Light. Automatic Scales. arfrpqt and Most Convenient. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. s!ei)a4s&g&sB!0i not only from the fact that it met with ignominious defeat and made of its author "the goat", but that it failed in incorporated. the object for which it was intended $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. namely, the seeking out of certain lobbyists, if they are plying their J. t. ROBINSON. EDrroR. practices at the state capital, and subjecting them to a reckoning. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. It is exceedingly doubtful if those members who put up such a howl about Entered at the Pot Office In Lancaster, Ky., being reflected upon by Mr. Price's Mail Matter. a Second-Clas- s measure gained very much in the people of the state by Kentucky Press Association I oDinion of the Member thpirwail of nretended uniust criticism. and contrary, there are great j Upon the Eighth District Publishers League. many who wouia aeem n not amiss were a resolution, framed along the tsame lines, but framed by some Lancaster, Ky., February 5, 1914. member with sufficient ingenuity to eliminate any semblance of "casting Rates For Political Announcements reflections', upon any member or members, and have the investigation For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 of the entire matter, then all who are 10.00 or County Offices guilty might have their just punishOffices 15.00 For State and District ment meted out tc them. Surely none .10 ifor Calls, per line of those gentlemen who think they 10 For Cards, per line have been "reflected upon" would be For all publications in the intercaught in the drag net. est of individuals or expression of individual views, per ! The Central Record Honor Roll. Card Of Thanks. Leave orders 3t-p- d. We thank all for not only checks.but the words of encouragement, and hope to prove worthy of all the good things you say to us. From far away Cali fornia comes the message that not even the flowers and sunshine take the place of the Central Record when it i3 due. One of our girls writes she reads it as religiously as she does her bible. Still another writes that they take ten papWe ers but the Record is the best. ask all our subscribers to look on the label of their paper and if you are in arrears, come across as did the follow ing; A. R, Denny. Sam Sutton S. M. Turner. A. D. Lee, C. D. Turner J. R. Pierce. Dr. G. H. Rose. J. E. Seale J. H. Posey. Mrs. R. C. Brewer. W. A. Yantis. Where The State Funds Go. Mrs. Emma Kauffman greatly ap- Get my catalog prices. preciates the help and sympathy exMrs. Dollie Brown, tended her by friends during her recent loss by fire. I take this mothod of extending my heart felt thanks to my relatives and Mr. Robinson Prospering. kind friends who so kindly aided and A letter from Mr. J. Fleece Robin- assisted in my dear husbands illness. I son of the live stock firm of Warfield hall ever remember their kindness. & Robinson, Macon Ga. gives the My home looks sad and lonely without pleasing report that Mr. Robinson is him. May Gods protecting hand guide To use the bereaved family all their remaining both pleased and prospering. his own words "We are having a good life. Mary S. Clark, wife ,of the trade and I am more than pleased with deceased. this as a trade point". Mr. Robinson takes occasion to drop a boquet into the Mr. Elkin In The Land Of Sunshine And Record's basket, saying it is the "best Flowers. Mr. R. L. Elkin, the Business Manager of the Record, left last Thursday for Atlanta Ga., where he joined Dr. The Metropolitan Life Insurance Co, W. S. and Will Elkin, and the trio went through its local agent Mr. Henry for a short stay in Florida. Mr. Elkin Simpson paying the annual dividend Paying Dividends. for renewals for papers and magazines. at Stormes Drug Store CO CLEAN Glen Lily FLOUR. E o PURE I line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Congressman Stanley Makes Telling Speech At Harrodsburg Monday. Anything worth doing is worth doing well, and a task half performed is betEspecially is ter never undertaken. this advice applicable upon the farm, and their truth is being more thorough ly demonstrated every year. The man who exercises proper care in the management of his farm is the man who realizes the top prices for his farm products. When prices are off a bit, the indifferent farmer, the slip shod, please fellow, is invariably the one who suffers most severely, and it is entirely due to his methods. Right now is the time to begin farming right. Now is the time for burning your plant beds, and a hearty, thrifty plant is just as much a necessity to a good tobacco crop as good land upon which to grow it. Therefore, if .you do not know how to properly prepare your bed, do not hesitate to ask vour better informed neighbor. Next is the selection of your seed; do not make the mistake of planting just any eld seed simply because it was obtained without cost, be sure vour seed is of a thrifty variety, cne that commands a good price on the market, and that it comes from a good crop of tobacco. Suppose it does cost you a dollar an ounce, which is the prevailing price for good seed, it is cheaper and better in the long run than seed from an unknown crop or variety, which you have perchance had given to you. With tne sowing of your plant bed your work has only just begun, and from now on 3'ou will be called upon to exercise, not only your muscles, but your brain, for brawn alone does nov. raise good crops. You will sav, "well I have been raising tobacco all my life," suppose you have, Jhave you been getting top price for your crop, if not, it is more than probable due to your lack of knowledge on the subject, and you can without lower ing your dignity in the least, well afford to seek the advice of those who have received top prices for what they raise. Garrard county holds the record for raising the best tobacco in the greatest tobacco raising state in the Union, and those men who have helped to make 'that reputation will gladly Impart what information is necessary to their less informed neighbor, so do not hesitate to ask. t We have the soil, we have the seed and we have the muscle, and all that is lacking to make every crop bring top prices is seasonable conditions and a proper knowledge of the best methods to pursue. Over the first named condition, we have no control, Ijut the second we have, and we owe it not alone to ourselves, but to our county to make the soil produce the very best of which it is capable. Good methods in corn raising are just as essential as in the raising of tobacco. Much land has already been broken, and this soil will, as is usually the case under such conditions.be much more mellow than later broken ground, .see that the ground is properly prepared, then exercise your best judgmeet in the selection of seed corn. Last .year was "an off year" for CDin in the county, and seed will be a little harder than usual to obtain. Do not be "pen-ji- y wise and pound foolish" along this line, do not hesitate to spend an extra dollar in order to secure high grade corn for seeding purposes. This advice is not theoretical, it is practical, deduced from the experience of practical farmers, men who have made a lifetime study of farming, and who have proven by actual dollars and cents increase in the value of their crops, that to begrudge a dollar in the matter ot procuring seed and stinting cultivation means a ten fold decrease In jour profits during the year. Price's resolution anent the lobbyist It is greatly to be regretted that Rep. was so worded as to be construed as casting a reflection upon some of the members of the house. Regrettable Over at Stanford one night last week thieves effected an entrance into the store of Mr. W. K. Shugars and gave it a thorough ransacking. Mr. Shugars Ej. was unable to say just exactly what they secured, but there was nothing of very great value taken. The Interior Journal office was also entered the same night, but they evidently quickly reached the conclusion that they had entered the wrong pew and that a newspaper office was "poor picking" for they were satisfied with appropriating a brace and bit which was on a On the table in the rear of the office. following night the postoffice at Crab Orchard was entered and considerable Took Honeymoon Togather. , money and stamps was taken. In the Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hewey of 1017 latter instance the safe was blown and North Topelia Ave. have as their guest the job had every appearance of being this week Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rice the work of professional cracksmen. of Richmond Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Rice, Mr. and Hewey were married on same "Sage 01 Woodlwd" Hon. Joseph Clay date twenty nine years ago. The Stiles Blackburn Lands Position Heweys in Missouri and their guests at DaiivilleKy. The two couples took their Vacant By Sen. Cullems wedding trip together, touring the blue Death. grass state. This is the first time all four have been together since that time At the solicitation of Sen. James, and the reunion is almost equal to a and within the short period of five hours Honeymoon. A number of in- on Tuesday second Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn of formal entertainments are being given Versailles Ky, secured the position as to Mrs. Rice. Wichita Beacon. resident Commissioner in Washington of the Lincoln Memorial, a position City Council Meeting. made vacant by the death of The City Council held their regular Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois, which monthly meeting on Monday night, occured last week. The President Aside from the usual routine business, commissioned Mr. Blackburn and the such as the paying of bills etc, little Senate unhesitatingly passed a resoluwas done. The Council ordered the tion offered by Mr. James to have the purchase of a dozen meters to use at position pay Mr. Blackburn a salary of the mills, the creamery and several 5,000 per annum. "Joe" Blackburn other places who pay for their water by occupies a very warm place in the the thousand gallons, and in the event hearts of many Kencuckians, who will that there is an abuse of the water be delighted to hear of his being the privilege during the coming summer, recipient of this juicy plum. one will also be placed in connection with the water pipe of any citizen who Prominent Young Men Ot Harrodsburg Nothing Bryan Dyehouse May Die As Result Of is suspected of such misuse. Have Automobile Accident Which was said relative to the proposed change in the lighting system, and nothing is Knife Thrust At The Hands Of Proves Fatal To One Of as yet before the Council in regard to Richard Spivey. this matter. However, the matter is Them. being agitated and a great many of our On last Sunday night on the Mt. While returning from Lexington in given their opinion in reHebron pike near the home of Mr, citizens have an automobile last Sunday night, Lisle gard to it, either to the Mayor or some Thomas Doolin, a difficulty took place Edwards and Buford Terhune, prominmember of and when the between Richard Spivy and Bryan Dye ent young men of Harrodsburg, met is brought up, which is thought matter house, the former stabbing the latter will with an accident which resulted in Edbe in the near future there will be with a pocketknife; the wound is on wards' death and Terhune is in a seri a pretty general expression of public the left side above the clavicle and is ous condition. When a short distance opinion as to just what should be dons. considered a very dangerous one. out of Lexington the machine in some The Council seems to be working in The affair is one of the many affairs manner became unmanageable and Ed perfect harmony and prepared to do wards of the kind which seem to occur withwho was driving exclaimed "I what is very best for the welfare of previous malice and are due directout cannot turn the steering wheel" and the commnnity in every instanco. ly to whiskey. almost simultaneously with his exclaThe men had been heretofore good friends, even up to the mation the car went over an embank time of the stabbing; they had Deen to Dr. Pryor Answers Questions of Garrard ment, turned bottom side up, pinioning Bryantsville and bought blind tiger both young men under it in the bed of In Defense Of Father. Farmers. whiskey, of which they had both para small creek. This must have happen "Every now and then father will taken pretty freely. Just what led Having been asked tne question ed about eleven o'clock as the young come across a little baby shoe when he up to the trouble is not known, and repeatedly as to whether there is any men left Lexington about ten thirty is rummaging through an old trunk. will not be until the examining trial, contagious diseases among live stock in for their home. They were not discovTo him it is enly a cheap little bit of which will be held next week. The in- Garrard county, I make the following ered until six o'clock next morning kid that was worn by a little tad who jured man was taken to his home where answer. when a passerby noticed them and telgot sick and died. He can't see why he remains in a critical condition. There are a few cases of strangles, ephoned to Lexington for aid. The my mother keeps it. But to mother It was first anticipated that there (which we terms old fashioned distem Lexington police automobile hurried to m the shoe has warm lips moist with her would be some trouble in capturing per.) prevailing, which should not be the scene and quickly released the imkisses, little hands that cling lovingly Spivey, and a citizen telephoned to looked upon seriously if proper pre prisoned men. but Edwards had evito her breast and little eyes that look this effect to Sheriff Robinson's office, cautions are used. I would advise that dently been dead several hours when into her very soul and understands her and Mr. George A. Ballard and Luther upon discovery of any suspicius aid reached them. Terhune was unconsorrow." The above appeared in one Herron hurried to the scene. HoweV' symptoms with horses, mules, jacks or scious, but regained his senses on the of our most valued exchanges and er, Spivey made no resistence and was jennets that they be at once isolated or way to Lexington and related how the brought forth the following comment: brought to town and lodged In jail. He seperated from all well stock. accident occured. He said that EdHere is whjre we call for a new deal was brought before Judge Arnold on The treatment is simple and consists wards called to him frequently during for father. Mother is all that has been Tuesday and his bond fixed at 2,000, in a thorough renovation of the system, the night and said, "Bufe get me out said, and more, God bless and keep her. which he was unable to give, and re though the intestines and kidneys to ofher, lam dying." Edwards died Father is all that has not been said. I mains in jail. Spivey is 23 years of eliminats the system of all poison which from exposure. Terhune was seknow men who rush away into the dark age and has a wife and two children, always accumulates. verely shocked from the terrible ordeal and grieve on their knees with their while the injured man is 18 years old The rest of the treatment is in ton- but will recover. head in their arms, because a little and unmarried. Young Edwards, the dead boy, was ing up the system and restoring it to baby died a long time ago. And after This but adds one more to the long its proper condition by the use of bit about 21 years or age ana was tne son that they come out and face the world list of tragedies which have occured in ter tonics and restorative preparations, of Mr. George W. Edwards, cashier of smiling and brave, and the world doe- the northern end of the connty and are such as Gentian Capsicum, Fenugruk the State Bank & Trust Go of Harrodssn't know. I know a man who carries attributable to the illicit sale of liquor Sulphur. Patassium Nitrate, Nux Vo burg, who was so utterly prostrated by a little daughter's little shoes in his in that vicinity. The county authori- mica, Iron Sulphate, Flaxseed etc. the terrible news that he was unable grip when he goes out upon the road, ties have made every effort to stamp Do not get scared or excited as this to go to Lexington. Young Edwards and sleeps with it beneath his pillow, out this traffic, and have in a measure disease is customary at this season of was employed in the bank of which his and I know many fathers who will succeeded, but as one is stamped out the year. And if common judgement father is, cashier. Terhune is 26 years never be comforted this side of the another springs into existence, and the and perseverance is used there are but of age, and is a son of BowVnan Tergrave. Let us still love and cherish existence of the new source of supply a few cases that should terminate hune a o Mercer county far mother; but let us also give father does not become known until trouble fatally. mer, and is employed in the tobacco credit for being at least half human. 1 o'ecurs as the result of its operations. Wm. D. Pryor. D. V. S. warehouse at Harrodsburg. crowd for The record breaking February court day at Harrodsburg last Monday was on account of the speaking date of Congressman Stanley, it being advertised that he would talk to the Democrats of Mercer county in the interest of his candidacy for the Senate at the court house. Before the hour for the speaking the available space in the courtroom was filled. The speaker was introduced by his life long friend. Judge Charles A. Hardin, who mentioned the work of Mr. Stanley in congress and the record hehadmade,so full of effective work beneficial to the people. Mr. Stanley told his audience of how he had begun his work for the tobacco growers of the state, with a little band of farmers in his district, and carried his fight through congress and to the Supreme Court of the United States, furnishing the Attorney General with the evidence upon which he convicted the American Tobacco Co., of being a trust. The record of his opponent, Mr. Beckham, while governor, was attacked, and he charged this opponent with approving laws while acting governor which made Kentucky a hot bed for the organization and growth of trusts, and stated that Mr. Beckham could not cite an instance in all his political life where he had helped to relieve the people from the discouraging and oppressive hand of organized wealth. The speaker stated that after his opponent, Mr. Beckham had approved of these trust laws he had stepped down from the Governor's chair to the employment of the Louisville & Nashville Rail Road Company. In this con. nection Mr, Stanley denounced as a wanton, groundless and malicious d the story that was being circulated by a certain local Journal published in Central Kentucky, that he had been the employed attorney for the I. C. Rail Road. He charged Mr. Beckham of being the Trust candidate, tha reactionary candidate for the Senate. The speaker declared that he cherished the opposition of Richard W. Knott and the Louisville Post. That this paper fought Goebel and encouraged the peacful army that sent the bullet to that martyrs bosom, it had fought Bryan and Ollie James and helped Taylor and Taft and Roosevelt and was now trying to pose as a democrat, and that the speaker wore the unrelenting hate of this paper and its editor as a badge of honor. Mr. Stanley was well received and his speech was many timesvociferous-l- y applauded. fals-hooI The Senpte Probe Committee last week began an investigation of the management of State University, Lexington. They had before them Hywell Davis, Business Agent for that institution and he furnished them the following startling facts; he admitted mat he was drawing a salary of $1500, from the University and $1500 from the Experimental Station and that he also drew a salary of 100 per month as president of the Kentucky Coal Operators Association, but said that he had arranged to sever the latter connection. He testified further that Mrs. R. L. Stout drew 1500. per year for two hours per week teaching physical culture, but performs other duties besides teaching the pupils; Mrs. Eliza Kin-cai- d gets 1000, for delivering thirty five lectures a year; Judge W. T. Laf-ferty draws 1900. per year as Dean of the Law School, 1000. per year for duties as Controller and an additional 500. for legal advice to the food de partment of the Experimental Station He testified that Prof. F. Paul Ander son who draws a salary of 2000. from the institution, also maintains a private business as an architect, and also that Andersons firm has been paid architects fees by the College. He said that Will Garland had been paid 1800. for 600 hours work, 3 per hour, for endeavor ing to install an improved system for keeping the institutions fiscal affairs, but that Garland had failed to improve affairs and he, Davis, had recommended his release. Davis said that the University had spent the Peabody fund of 40,000., which was a trust fund from which they were to only derive the proceeds, but that it was their intention to replace it when their allowance from the state would permit; in addition to this he said the institution had overdrawn its bank account 36.000. and was now 76.000 in debt. A measure has already passed the Senate and if passed by the House and approved by the Governor providing for an entirely new system, and it !s to be hoped greatly improved system, of disbursing the funds appropriatrd by the state to the various institutions. is to its industrial policy holders in this The and Lincoln county this week. amount distributed will be about 500, and when you take into consideration the fact that all of the industrial pol icies are for small amounts, this is i goodly sum. The dividend will certainly prove acceptable to the policyholders Noted Case Decided. is expected home this week. This is certainly a nice trip and one which the B. M. surely had ccming to him, for during the last year he has had just about all on his hands that one man can possibly attend to, and the week of recreation will prove very acceptable to him. Thieves Worrying Our Neighbors. Why Clean? Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. m Why Pure? m Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. The Court of Appeals decided last Friday that it was illegal to have quail in possession between January 1st and November 15th, whether exposed for sale or not. The decision was given in the case against the Phoenix Hotel Co., and their defense was that the game was shipped from Chicago, but the court held that this was no excuse, as the fact of their being in possession rendered them liable, The case goes back to the Fayette Circuit court for another trial. This case has created great interest among the sportsmen of the state. vvny oa.mia.ryr Because i I I S under high Vacluum pressure to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. Because everything is separated Why Wholesome? from the pure nutritious part of the Wheat Kernel. After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. viii .i .irsio WrgMiX0XxxraMfHingJH) :rlMxxxxx: OAPRARn co MNMMHMHftMMri 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. " Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co L H n and n Watering Mouths 8 1 White With Shining Eyes sf. the children wait for you to cut the cake you have made with Bifc'i"'",'' 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 fne cake making. It is splendid. HaVLHE) Swan Flour if &' Don 1 s 1 well-to-d- I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills ,V i . . .i ,.w ; - - I V The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5 1914. The Greatest and best Plow made. Page 5 New Grocery firm. Mr. W. S. Carrier has purchased a one half interest in the business of Mr. (By Wm. F. Miller.) W. A. Dickerson, and the firm will hereafter be Dickerson & Carrier. The The pretty weather has brought forth stock is now being invoiced. This will make a strong firm, and they will be Base Ball and Bats. School will now begin at 8:15 instead strong contenders for the business in their line. Both of these gentlemen of 8:30 this hardly lair to the country are well known and justly popular children. throughout the county. Bro. Pollitt was a visitor at our school Tuesday and gave us an interest No One Is More Capable Of The Task. ing talk. The late Samuel J. Roberts, peace to Miss Mason's room entertainment was his ashes, made of the Lexingtnn very much enjoyed by the school FriLeader one of the best newspapers in day morning. the country, after his death hi3 plucky Those who as yet have not paid their wife took upon her shoulders the immense task of carrying out her hus- teachers for their part of the "Grap-onolplease do so today. bands work, and did remarkably well, Miss Nolands room will entertain Fri but the Leader with Harry Giovanolli at the helm is surpassing any previous day morning at 8:15 The public is efforts of that good sheet. Harry is a cordially invited to attend. born newspaper man, and we are unMrs. J. E. Dickerson and Randolph able to see how he contented himself so and Mrs. Woody Burnside were Friday many years out of the harness. morning visitora at our school. The "Harmonic" Society meets this Jack Dunn, Married. Friday at the school Auditorum at 3 Miss Irene Sanders of Nicholasville P. M. all the members are urged to be and Jack Dunn of Lexington were marpresent. ried in Danville Tuesday and left at once for Louisville.from whence they will go Class Pins Class pins have been south for a wedding tour. The bride ordered by the seniors '14 by Miss Patsy the senior class Secty. is the daughter of Mr Letcher Sanders Kinnaird. recently appointed to the revenue ser These pins are 14 K gold and considered vice in this district, and who for manv very handsome bv those who have seen years was circuit clerk of Jessamine them. county. The groom is the only son of Pictures-Hora- ce K. Turner's Exhibit Mr and Mrs Jeff T. Dunn, who resides of pictoies consisting of 200 pieces of in Lexington, but who formerly lived the best of Art will be on exhibition at near Bryantsville in this county. Jack the School Auditorium from Feb. 11th. is well known in Lancaster, where he to the 14th. A small admission fee was formerly in school. will be charged to see them. For furSixty Acre Crop Of Hemp Being Delivered ther particulars ask Mr. Caneer or read next weeks paper advertisements To Local Dealers. and the School notes. The authors of the various press Spelling Match In the near future comments in regard to the dwindling of there will be an old time spelling match the hemp industry in Kentucky would at the School Auditorium. The Public doubt the correctness of their inferences is invited to spell and the words will be could they see the big crop being deliv- given out of the "Old Time Blue Back ered in Lancaster at present. Mr. Spelling Book" and a small admission James B. House, a veteran hemn will be charged those who do not spell, grower and a very successful one, is the proceeds to go for the benefit of just finishing the delivery of a crop of paying on the Grafanola and buying sixty acres, which he sold to Messrs new records. Hudson & Hughes, the local dealers, receiving therefor $6.50 per hundred. The crop is turning out about900 pounds YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ! to the acre, and was raised on a part of the old Beazlev Bros, farm on the V. Lexington pike. Mr. House has already contracted for sixty four acres Fresh fish at Currey's. of ground to go in hemp this year, and Bring your produce to C. D. Powell's will probably cultivate more tnan that. store. Gossip About People vvv A Brief MtrtUon of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. JOHN DEERE STEEL 1 and SYRACUSE PLOWS All kinds of Plow Gear. Prices tight Vulcan Plows at reduced prices. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Your Miss Mamye Lee Ballard is at home from a visit to Lexington friends. Mrs. W. O. Goodloe returned Saturday from a weeks stay in Lexington. Miss Viola Creech is attending East Kentucky Normal school at Richmond Ky. Mrs. Louis Ross, of Kirksville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. A. Lear. Miss Mary Lynn Fox, of Stanford, was over last week with Lancaster friends. Mrs. A. D. Scott and son have gone to Florida to spend the remainder of the winter. SHOE SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any tsnT ArutrxoL HT? SEM.WG WE. XT JUST or $30l Mmu'Wfm W E;- -l umnv 70 yocr" Creed Simpson of this county is going to Lexington to enter one of the Bnsi-neColleges. ss PJiCASE w WW body can sell shoes. But'to keep on selling them season after season to the same persons that means satisfying the customers or they would not come back. We fit you before we let you leave the store; give the best made, most stylish and Best Finished Shoes and guarantee their durability. And the prices are also satisfactory. R. S. BROWN. :c i ic dc 1L CATTLE, SHEEP, In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our IB New Stock Pens in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Feb 23rd. Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Central Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for those who buy and a buyer for those who sell at our Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can take care of 1200 cattle. We have Covered Pens for 600 Cattle and feed for all. Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. Mesdames Frank B. Marksbury and Theodore Curry were visitors in Danville last week. Hon. Cas. C. Fox of Danville was the guest of his daughter Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith Sunday. Mrs. F. S. Hughes was the gracious hostess at a 12 oclock course dinner to a number of friends. Misses Mary Arnold and Elizabeth Anderson left Saturday for a stay of 10 days in Cincinnati. Miss Margaret Arnold, of Madison Institute, was down Saturday and Sun day with her parents. Mr. R. B. Spindle, of Norfolk Va. was the guest for several days of Miss Lettie May McRoberts. Mesdames M. A. Beazley and James A. Beazley were recent visitors of Mrs. Wm Hays in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, of Nich- olasville, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. The Christian Endeavor Society held an open session on Sunday evening at the Christian church at 7;15. Mrs. John M. Mount was hostess on Monday evening at an informal "Tea Pouring" for a few frjends. Mrs. Sallie Cook Rayburn is here for a visit of several weeks with her daughter Mrs. J. Parker Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatvey McRoberts of Stanford was here last week visit ing Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wick have returntheir home in Louisville after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. ed to Miss John Eva Hilton, of Stanford is Col. James R. Pierce left Tuesday visiting Lancaster relatives. for Junction City to assist John D. Rockefeller in looking after the inter Miss Nannie Lee Logan of near Nina ests of the Standard Oil Co at that is visiting Lancaster friends. point. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, of Stanford, Mr. B. L. Kelley and sons, Webb is here tor a visit to friends. and Walter, left Monday for Lexington to be present at the sale of their to Mrs. Eliza Hill is making a protractbacco, which will be placed on the ed stay with Danville relatives. breakes this week. Miss Minnie Brown, is at home from Mr. Hulbert Lawson and sister of a visit to Nicholasville and Wilmore. Ravenwood Mo., Miss Eulala MontMrs. Sallie B. Welch, of Bryantsville gomery of lock no. 8, Mr. S. Childers, of Bryantsville, were plesant visitors is the guest of Mrs. Samuel Farley. of Miss Jennie Ward. Miss Sara Reid, of Stanford, was the Mrs Conner Brown was host Wednesguest of homefolks Sunday and Monday day at a luncheon at her home in SecMiss Frankye KaufTman is in Rich- ond street in honor of her guests, Mesmond with her cousin. Miss Van Green-lea- f. dames Mattie Duncan and Edward Gaines of Lancaster. Courier Journal. On Saturday afternoon little Miss Mrs. Will Parsons and children spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, John Elizabeth Logan Simpson will celebrate her 5th birthday by being at home to a Tatem. number of her little friends. Most Miss Sue Shelby Mason has been in delicious refreshment will be served Stanford visiting Miss Mattie Lee the merry group of children. Hubble. Messrs Samuel and Dick Carpenter. Mrs. Clevland Rose has been in of Red Rock, Okla., returned to their Stanford visiting her mother, Mrs. Bell home Saturday after a visit to Gar Perkins. rard county. They were on their way from Florida, where they have been Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford has visiting their father. Col. John M. been visiting her mother Mrs. A. C. Carpenter. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Holtzclaw left Mrs. E. Blankenbury, of Chicago. Tuesday for a lengthy visit to relatives has been a recent visitor of Mrs. Sallie in Hutchison, Wichita and other Kansas Ross Lawson. points, to Tulsa and other points in Mrs. Susan Dudley ha3 returned to Oklahoma, returning to Hot Springs Richmond after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ark. for a months stay, and then to Florida for the remainder of the winter. M. H. Dudley. Miss Joan Mount entertained at a Judge and Mrs. L. L. Walker and little son, were visitors in Louisville beautifully appointed dinner last Friday. Covers were laid for the followfor a few days. ers: Misses Letty Mae McRoberts, Judge A. D, Ford was in Lexington Jane Doty, Mary Doty, Elsie Morrow, Saturday to see his daughter Miss Sara Daniels Annie Herndon. Kathleen Elizabeth Ford. Walters and Bettie Walker Burnside, miss Ar.nie Miiourn, ot Stanford is Mesdarr.es Carlton Elkin and Robert here visiting her cousins, Misses Mamie Walker. and Ethel Walters. We feel flattered that Mrs. Alice Mrs. W. K. Warner, of Stanford, Walker Brewer says she could not get was called to the bedside of her sister, along without her paper every week from "dear old Lancaster". Miss Virginia Bourne. Her friends will be delighted to know that Mrs. j. w. Acey, ot Stanford was she will spend the summer with her the recent guest of her parents, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Walker, and Mrs. Wm. Hughes' bringing with her those two handsome Miss Nannie B. Herring is in Stan children. ford, the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Duncan. For Sale. Mr. R. E. Nelson and young bride My Chalmers auto practically good as from Corbin were guests for several new. In perfect mechanical condition. days at Hotel Kengarlan. Varnish and paint bright and polished Miss Carrie Miller is at home after a just as it came from factory. Four pleasant visit to Mrs Dillion and Mrs perfectly new unused tires not even soiled. J. D. Wearren, of Stanford. This car has never been wet and top Miss Addie Mae Comb3 of Pebworth Ky. is with her sister, Mrs. Edd Seale, has never been laid back but is perfectly clean and creasless. and will remain for a few weeks. Reason for selling want a new Six Attorneys James I. Hamilton and H. cylinder 1914 Chalmers. Clay KaufTman have been in Richmond J. E. Stormes, where they served in a case in court. Lancaster. Ly. The Same Good Cheer And Hospitality School Notes. a" J Representative J. R. Mount Sent Petition Country jowl and Kale at Currey's. Can you beat By Local Citizen. it. front bedrooms. Much opposition to Senate Bill No. For rent: Three 109 known as the Glenn Bill purposed Furnished. J. N. ROSS, Prop. Lancaster, Ky. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden and Mr. The Womens Missionary Society of and Mrs. Pool Perkins motored to Lex- ths Methodist church met this week at ington to see the "Madcap Duchess". the home of Mrs. George M. Patterson. Mrs. J. W. Elmore entertained at a Mr. Elmer Miller returned Tuesday 12 o'clock course dinner on Saturday at after a several months stay in parts of her suburban home on Danville street. Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi Mrs. J. J. Pursley left Saturday for Miss Elizabeth Collier was the guest Atlanta Ga. to join her husband after Saturday ynd Sunday of her parents a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Collier of Middles-borlison F. Sanders. o. Still Obtainable In Old Garrard. Mr. A. A. Surber, 75 years of age, a resident of Junction City Ky., writes interestingly of his experience in Garrard county over fifty years ago. His communication is taken from the Picayune of recent date and is as fol lows:- - to deal with the regulation of Insurance Companies has developed in this city and community. A petition was gotten up and circulated on Wednesday and was signed by every county official, all the city officials of Lancaster, all the officers of the three Banking institutions of the city and in addition by 109 of the leading business men and citizens of the community calling upon Hon. J. R. Mount and Senator Cha3 Montgomery to vote against this bill ana to take immediate steps to assist in the defeat of the measure. These petitions were mailed to the Repres entative and the Senator at Frankfort. Here's Their Opportunity. On Tuesday in the Hous e of Representatives the bill to reduce the pay of the members of the Legislature from $10 to $5 per day was tabled by a vote of 61 to 16, which rings its death knell. As to the justice of this action, we do not pretend to say, but we do say that the sixteen members who voted against tabling the measure now have an excellent opportunity of immortalizing themselves in the eves of their constituency and the world at large. If they are of the opinion that the pay is in excess of the value of their services, do not need the money, or have conscientious scruples about accepting it, let them donate the amount in excess of the amount they would have fixed as their pay to the various charitable institutions of the state. This course would not only ease their canscience, but would prove of great benefit to the institutions who would profit by their generosity, who would arise and call them blessad, and would strew their graves with flowers when they have passed to their great reward. Mrs. C. D. Powell. My Stock of general merchandise 13 complete and I will appreciate your trade. C. D. Powell. Town Property For Sale. My house and lot on Lexington Lancaster, Cy. for 4500. For Sale 154J acres land near Hyattsville Ky. If not sold by March 1st. would lease to one or more parties for tobr ceo or street Mrs. Fannie Walker. hemp. Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydon. Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. For Sale. and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, or Stock Certifimis- Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds the last Misses Jane and Mary Doty left taught school at Gunns Chapel, Buck of the week for the city markets where Tuesday afternoon for a visit to their eye Ridge, Garrard county. she goes to inspect the latest ideas in sister, Mrs. J. B. Jennings in Tulsa, I arrived the 1st bunday in July at spring millinery. Okla. Nelson Teaters where I had engaged Hon. Paul Goddard of Harrodsburg, Mr. Jim Stapp, of Lexington and Mr grub for myself and pony for 3 months, newly, appointed Income Tax Deputy, Hughley Sherrow, of Richmond, were my pony to pay $1.00 a month for his was in Lancaster last week, seeking here Sunday the guest of the Misses grub ane I $1.00 a week for mine. The out prospective vibtims. pony waded in Bluegrass to his knees Prather. Ross of Nina has Capt. A. T. Anderson was in Cincinmatriculated at Georgetown College, nati and Covington several days of this Georgetown Ky. and is comfortably week visiting his friend Mr. W. S. ensconsed in "Rucker Hall". Ferguson. Miss Emma Doty leaves this week Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith entertained for a protracted visit to Richmond. the officers of the Presbyterian church She will be the guest of her sisters, on Monday evening and served and inMesdames Smith and Bogart. viting repast. Misses Maggie Brown and Edna Mesdames V. A. Lear and Louis Ross have been in Stanford to see their Gulley, visited their aunt, Miss Stephens brother in law, Mr. W. S. Fish, who at the Ky, school of the Deaf, in Danville, Tuesday. has been quite ill but is improving. The Missionary society met Monday Miss Georgia Dunn is at home from afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Louisville and Western Kentucky where Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave a most she was in the interest of the Christian instructive talk on the subject of Endeavor Union. "Mormonism". Mr. J. G. Burnside returned from Mr. and Mrs. Read Lear will move Cincinnati Tuesday where he went to the first of the month and take up place his daughter, Miss Annie Belle in house keeping apartments on the third the Conservatory of Muiec. floor of the Carlton building in the flat Capt. J. A. Doty, accompanied by formerly occupied by the Wallbrechts. his brother, Mr. Jesse Doty, left TuesPinnacle News. day for Winnsboro S. C. for a protractMr. George B. Anderson and family ed visit to their brother, Mr. W. A. left Monday to make their home in Doty. Tuscola, 111. The community loses a Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left Wednesgootl citizen, the Christian Church a day for a visit of several weeks with devoted members, we regret to give her sister in New York, and she will them up but hope our loss will be their also visit her parents in Eaton O, begain. fore returning home. Miss Cora Joe Miss Rella Arnold will leave "In the Summer and fall of 1862, I For Sale at a bargain. 140 acres of fine new land with improvements and plenty of water. J. W. Caldwell. McKinney Ky. cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 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. LUMBER OFFICE I We can give you some 1 y tips well worth know ing. If you propose to build, enlarge or 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. No Substitutes to the grocer all sent you for Royal Bak-ing Powder There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as sub- statutes are made from alum. RETURN Lancaster Lumber & M'fg MM Go. H m i - -- . and I waded in fried ham and red gravy with big puffed up biscuit to my elbows1 Nelson Teater was one of those gen ial old farmers noted for his Hogging down corn and raising Blue Stem Wheat, Aunt Permelia, God bles3 her, no better housekeeper and no better cook ever rattled a stove lid. I imag ine that if I had about 3 pieces of tLat ham and red gravy it would cure this terrible Stomach trouble in spite of all the doctors. Well I retired ewly and had sweet dreams of the fried ham and the red gravy that was mine for the next three months. The 1st Monday in July with God speed in my effort to teach young ideas how to shoot when I arrived at The Kentucky Legislature. the log school house situated on a nice, beautiful grass plot with nlentv of The Legislature if beginning on the shade for comfort. By nine oclock I second and last month of its present had 32 bright and happy faces enrolled session. The good accomplished so far There were three pecularities about does not make such a showing, but this school that I challenge the peda- there are many measures being round gogues of this day and time to meet. ed into shape, which are calculated to 27 out of the 32 were red headed, 30 prove of inestimable value to the Com out of the 32 were brothers and sisters monwealth, lhe deliberations of the and cousins, the other two, a boy and body is of a necessity slow, bills must a girl, I was told lived with their par- go to committees, be passed by first ents down near the Kentucky iiver in one house and then the other, all of the trunk of a yellow poplar tree, which consumes time, but we believe bright children they were, time wore along toward the close of the session and I heard no more from them for many remedial measures will be in about 23 years, the boy became a pros- shape for passage. A bill calculated perous young farmer, the girl married to put into effect in the state the rea sober, steady young man and was cent shipping bill passed by queen over her little household of three the. National Congress, has passed the children, so the school was kept on till Senate, as has also a drastic "anti-pistthe evening after the battle at Richtoting" bill, the latter making mond, Ky. Three gallant Knights of the second conviction a penetentiary the Confederate army rode up to the offense The House Committee on door, dismounted, and stood looking Revenue and Taxation will report a around, they offered three cheers for measure today, without comment. the nest of redheaded Peckerwoods This is one of the most important and turning to me said: "you will have measures before the session, and its to watch these very carefully or you final disposition will be watched with will find some of them burrowing into keen interest. Many important meassome of the sugar trees" turning to me ures have already passed both houses again and thinking that I was of mili and when they receive the governors tary age they ordered me to raise my signature will become laws, and many hand and they administered the oath of others of equal and perhaps greater allegiance to the Southern Confederacy importance are expected to pass in the the f did' so and was glad ,to get off so near future. Uponrt --the whole,mrtTv s bjvv- easy, uni tne tried nam and red gravy 0AOBitn ia ArrAa1 w m1f tn um (ocoaiwu the state. I will never forget it. anti-liquol . new pianos ready for inspection. Also one slightly used piano for sale at a bargain. Will also have piano tuner highly recommended, phone me your orders. Rella Arnold. We have For Sale. I wish to sell privately my farm containing about sixty acres of land, well watered and located 4$ miles frorr- - Lancaster on Danville pike and J mile from pike near Dix river; also a six year old bay mare, works and drives well and brings good colts every year. Three jersey heifers, fresh last of March or first of April ten good ewes and one buck, all young and will Iamb Jerry Bland, about March 16th. Lancaster, Ky. Public Sale As administrator of the estate of Mrs. J. E. Lynn, deceased, we will offer at public sale, on in at 2 o'clock P. MONDAY, FEB. 9 1914, M. ted on the Somerset and Ottenheim turnpikes, 3 miles south of Stanford; 50 acres of this land is virgin soil, tha remainder having been in cultivation only two years, now sown in wheat and timothv. Situated in a good community well watered, will produce corn, wheat tobacco or hemp. Will be offered in two tracts, and then as a whole, and the bid realizing most money will be ac cepted. 1st. tract, lying east of the L. & N. R. R. Co., and containing 66 acres, more or less. 2nd. tract, lying west of the L. & N. R. R. and containing 14 acres, more or less. TERMS one-ha- lt cash, remainder in one and two years, equal payments, notes bearing 6 per cent interest. For further information call or address, J. M. Mount; Lancaster. Ky. W. Logan Wood, Danville, Ky. Administrators. front of the court house in Stanford Ky.. 80 acres of blue grass land, loca- (County Court day) ?!. ... ' Page 6 ryirw&m The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5, 19145$S44x3xSS$4k$3xsSk THE SWINEHERD. - s THE BEGINNING A Money Saving. Children dry for Fletcher's 332 $$$5353533335$S5$$$S3535S53KS The ITind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has homo the signature of and has hcen made under his per- 0 jP Zd&tzyy. sonal supervision sinco its infancy. &CcuAC Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut JU1 Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo"Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" ,, -- Castorii sR.hsti-jf- ". lro:;1? a:id Soothing Syrups. contr.!:s.i neither Opium, Morphine CASTORIA fhat is snhstituto for Castor Oil, a harmless i3 jand v.. .7 lias hctM in constant use for the relief of t riatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhcca". It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. It is pleasant. It nor otlicr Karcotic Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Feveri.incss. 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Write for catalog No. GD. 2106 Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e kerosene engine Fairbanks, Morse & Co. 8th Ave. and Main 3C J Soft coal or coal cinders are OF GOOD BUTTER relished by pigs and bogs because of the mineral matter tbey contain. A rigid system of selection of More and more I am coming to think brood sows should bt practiced ' that the beginning of good butter lies by all &r!iit brectler. In the care with which the milk is hop? are cnivvded in cold If weather in a cold pen they will v drawn and how it Is treated afterpile up and Miiotlu-- r the weaker , ward in the pails, cans and other tin i in the ! utensils, say.s K. I.. Vincent ones. American Cultivator. i'lnoe fcedhiK plgtfornw at It is not long ago that a neighbor some distance from the pens. In ;,, told me that a farmer of our neighstormy weather feed in the pens. The wa Is pretty nearly all a j borhood after nnikinu his cows took bundle of money, and lie should 'i the ines-- to the can lie was to send to the creamery and poured it rinlir out ? not be neglected in any manner Fall pIks or any other pigs, for Z without straining at all! I was greatly surprised that la our day and age of 4 that matter, should be kept off the world, with all our papers advoX the manure pile during the win- cating cleanliness and with all the lecten 1 turers going up and down the land showing how Important it is that we should be extremely careful how we handle milk If we are to have good SILAGE FOR BEEF MEN. butter, that any one' should be so abExcellent For Fattening and For Feed- solutely indifferent to the most common points of decency. ing Stock Cattle. I know we cannot strain all impure For a period of four years tests have I know that at been carried on with steers at the Wis- matter out of milk. College of Agriculture to deter- best the strainer Is a crutch, but It consin help, and no man who wishes to mine the value of silage as a feed for does good butter or to have the milk the fattening teer when fed alone make away to with a suitable grain ration or in con- he sendswhole milk others,beeither to be or to turned into good alfalfa or clo used as nection with either butter at the creamery, clean, an af-raver bay roughages fed with a grain tion. In every instance it was found that silage lowered the cost of graln nheu introduced into the ration, an, I when fed as the sole ro'.'ghage assc gains ueie not so large as I'M: w" when clover or alfalfa Ii.i. was added to the ratlonl the gains ueie made the most cheaply. tJ"t' in. , i 'J , V JSff?S56iw .'' It Is unwise for the farmer to feel that because silage is a good feed it can be made the ole feed for stock, says the Iowa Homestead I!y i.nture It is high in water content, low in pro &&. &K&AKMMSk' tein and high In carbohydrate mate .1 rials. To be properly b.il.uned the ra I tiou should contain some feeds that Aj a breed the Ayrshire cow Is are low in water content and caibohy as larse a the Ilolstt-ismoother in contour and finite as drate material and high in protein strong unci ruyKul as .m meed of For fattening purposes a good day's cattle. They are exceptionally wooi ration for a 1.000 pound steer would frazers and lespoml well lu nouil care In colli climates consist of from fifteen to twenty There Is a smaller number of hish record cows pounds of silage, live or six pounds or In the Ayrshiie brewl tlan In some alfalfa or clover hay. fifteen to eight other dairy breeds, nut It is quite a een pounds of broken ear corn and two noticeable fact that Arshire herds average hixn in production This or three pounds of cottonseed meal. demonstrates great uniformity In Not only is silage useful to the beer the yleldinK powers as well as in man for fattening purposes, but it is coloi marklns. Indlvlduillt. size useful for stocking cattle over the winand breed type Kilnforil Belle 111-- . ter, and a farm test made upon a Wishere pictured, nas Krund champion Ayrshire at the national dairy show consin farm under the supervision of the College of Agriculture showed an average daily gain of over a pound per ford to forget these fundamental priu day. and the steers came out in the cipies. May 1 name them over as spring in good condition to go on grass briefly as can? These steers were fed about twenty Clean food, the very bottom stone in pounds of silage dally, together with the dairy wall. what timothy they would consume. Clean stables, a point of the highest When stocking over young cattle on value in buttermakiug silage it would be preferred to have Clean cows, calling for the regular clover hay or alfalfa hay. as it is high- use of brush and comb. er in protein than timothy hay. Clean men, in hands, in garments, in every habit. Clean milk pails. These can only lie THE HARD MILKING COW. had by carefully rinsing them at once Make Sure of the Animal's Value Be- - after milking with cold water, following with a thorough washing with fore Shs Is Sold. scalding hot water a good clean At the recent meeting of the Oregon scrubbing cloth or and brush, and then Dairymen's association one of the rinsed again with cold wat,er and given members related how in one Instance a long sun bath the testing association had been of help Clean pans, secured in much the same to him. says the Kansas Farmer. In way as the clean palls are. his herd was a short teated cow. to Clean can covers. .Many think they the milking of which the boys objected have done their duty when they strenuously. the cans proper and so forget The cow was sold for $55 on the the covers. Think that milk slops up ' promise to pay plan. 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You must act quickly as our agreement with limited. Call or mail all orders direct to jOTMADEBYTHSTBUSL-j the publisher 13 I IJlVvr- -: --ZZ7JL The Central Record 1 rmNGVvfi&y xaty wfaa yoo &D7 cieap or btf -- can I Don't be mulri. Bur Calomet. It'll more whotesoae sires best resolts. perior la soar milk end soaa. I I fc"d FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN From the foundation cf the taia to &c present time The o&l conrpicte collcctica in cxUtenco Kctcres of a!l President 3 of tl c United Stat . froi to Wilson. F!az cf all Nat.onj in color. 1 he lery latest Kentucky Map 3howi:y:Coi.itiCJ,tcwsi.r-lroa'-?.Ccn-grpioi- al and d'stricti, etc La;ct K&:iacLy Cen;uj. complete map of ths United s. ullar.J ccravlctercapoi the world. Intfcellntonciil Kentucky Etetch is giitntLcpolituil statiticsi.-oex the b:atstothepre.er.tti3:e. ItincluJes: AU State C:ciI. Executive Dcrartzicat- - All Departments of the Mate GojrcniMitwi.h Cieheadjofeach Department and the f efe uitlt their salaries. Vano.s Kentucl Uoa-- Jj and Courts .ill their ta5 11a oiccers ad salaries. Ptlinril Committeea and Orsanizaticr.j of tho State. Urutil it..iw Senator. Ken- - ty Ch-- f Sreahers cf the Ktntuly Iloue. C.re . .J Eiatikts. 11 road Cormij. ion - fcer.atori.il ;. v aea Slice end Uua Couaties CI All cf the YiUl S ututici e Kentucky. ,t.1 .fiT.ioM Alrr 1.. frrf ' TlTc Wasfc-Inst- on it-tccle-icrwht-o.jat.eim-mt- MfiU have-washe- Al! Pictures of Kentucky's Governors I -- I Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or St, Cincinnati, Ohio 1BL , 1BL I Centra,! Record. INCORPORATED Ihe - h KENTUCKY. U ''"3t;5.c & " " i $1.00 Per Year In Advance. LANCASTER. - At the recent international live stock show at Chicago considerable Interest centered around the two day milking test of dairy bred Shorthorns. Two classes were arranged for cows In rnilk. one taking those three years old and over and the other those under three ears. Fie herds had entries In tho first class and three In the second The highest production record made was 1W 9 pounds The next highest record uas 97.4 pounds. Some of the other very good showings were Sii.8. S3 3. S3 7 and M pounds, all made by cows three years old or over The best record .! pounds as in the heifer class The mllUing Shorthorn con slioun Is Hastover Klrklevlngton. imported by J J Hill Tor his frrtn near St. Paul. Minn. Fresh Meat Circle. For several years we have- maintained a fresh meat circle rather on the cooperative plan that is very successful, writes G. O. rtrowni of Ohio In the National Stockman. ' As soon as cool weather arrives the plan becomes operative. Usually eight men. heads of families, comprise the company, and one of the men Is designated as butcher and paid $1 for each annual killed, and other members aid in turn. In killing a hog or a beef the carcass is cut as equally as possible into eight parts, and each man takes his turn in the taking of different sections until at the end of the season each family has consumed a whole cavass, all used fresh. In butchering a hog the owner keeps the offal and renders the lard and on a beef does likewise- and sells the bide. All differences in weight aie settled at a fixed price per pound, and the plan seems to- be very satisfactory. - I Eli J" USF a T "V S3! tir t--' T5 It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. 1, r?Jy3 nm row a jicHbcr, months' Plaaic cnccritanJ, s.sztl S3-0- 0 for a f ill fV-- M"t S bv :nai2. -- THE ifff J OClj and net IkrcHgh earner or afcnt OUR SPECIAL COJUKNATIC:? OTRS: 10 rates arobyxciU !5 TCCZT $ UJ n Central Record. Diulr ETeaiac PojS. one year Kentucky GoTirnor'. Wall Chart m THE CENTRAL RECORD ALL FOR. 33.00 21.50 $1.00 S3.50?! m$ 3b 533 tSK&Si&Sft 2 r ASH - --",,. Letter Heads. Statements. Note Heads. Al a Print. Bill Heads. File Statements. n Book Work. Sale Bills. Posters. Calling Cards. Business Cards. - Circuler Letters. n INKS. Black, Red, Blue, PurpleBrown and Green. This he did. and lu the mean time be had joined the test association and his entire herd was on test The much despised slant teated cow ieil the herd the first month she was in it. with it product valued nt.SOTi. When her relative profit as compared with other cows lu the herd became known there was not the sa'iue objection to the short teats that theie was former ly. and the owner was ;lad lie Had n chance to get the cow luck On general principles we do not tie lleve in a man fooling his time awa. milking a short teated. a hard milking, kicking cow or a cow having other bid habits, but If one reallr.es that such cow is highly profitable and may he the best milker In the herd the money Income goes a long way toward mini mixing her faults. The fact Is tint the so called drudgery and dlspleasiin of milking cows are to a great extent If not wholly, overcome by the realba tlon of good profits from the herd, h other words. If the milker reels that li Is being well repaid for bis labor an feed he is ple-iewith his work cow. Worms In Horses. that your Horses are free from worms. A horse alliicted with worms is never thrifty and reed Is wasted. A good remedy and a sure one Is one level tablesiiooufnl of borax dissolved in a pailful or water, given first thing in the morning. Repeat this dose for four mornings and watch results. If a horse refuses the water, mix the powdered borax in the morning feed for four mornings. Be sure Feeding Frozen Roots. SPECIAL OFFER Tbere Is danger of injuring cows by feeding them root crops or other foods that have been frozen. If the roots are carefully fed. given In only small amounts and are not decayed tbere Is little danger, and they may be safely fed in this manner. The Profitable Mule. of the objection to the mule Is prejudice. For generations he has been regarded as obstinate and vi dons when the contrary Is true. Cast aside prejudice and raise a few mules and wntch' the money coming In. Nine-tenth- Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE. ICY. hotel. Abwolutelr fire-proiitunted in the very heart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatre.. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate Daily Louisville 1914, Herald and the The South. mot popular priced, modem During January prua. s a,VenreaU,V ffom 25c n"l non ncl 50c.; table de hote Dinner. 6 to 8 p. m. J 1 .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. ra. Orchestral and vocal music dr CENTEAL sEECQED By Mail for One Year at Special price of $2.75. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper at the price of This offer positively expires on January 31st, 1914. . . H u fj'STr'i. Lei If3 Serve Tl i nnnT uu ants. Y Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample room with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You arc cordially invited to male hU xter ypur headquarter, while in LouuvilJe e mai'l eVjnif,Lnlr addressed here. rour will You always be a welcome guest. . JONES. Huutr. ftOBERT da-,"- rx " " "" Phone 43 or 339-- F. DGC WILLIE F. MILLER, '&ent V - , $2.75 V . t t "' ii The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5 1914. a Page t "riiIIIIIIIIIIIHIIilM ? SELL YOUR TOBACCO OVER Our market is represented by the following buyers, who all own their prizing houses. Ligget & Myers, St Louis, Mo., Represented by Mr. A.JW. King Amer Tobacco Co., New York, Rep by Mr Duncan Broshure. N. C, Rep by Capt. H. Griffith. R. J. Reynolds, Winston-SaleG.lO.'.Tuck Co., Danville, Va.. Represented by M. J. Faulkner. IN. C, Represented J. P. Tayler Co. (Lorrilard) .Winston-Saleby Mr Henry Soper Zeigler & Collins, Louisville, Cy., Rep by Mr Allen" Hieatt. J. L. Faulkner & Co., Richmond, Va., Rep by Mr. L. B. Jenkins. Aiin w ...,..-.- ., x. jw., j nmc jp. rv. T nvinirtnn Kv Ron hv Mr Allen Ware. j., THE DANVILLE BREAKS Last week we sold One Half Million Pounds at an average of over $13.00. Competition is strong and Prices are climbing every day. facilities for taking care of you are the very best. We give every crop our personal attention; we have the best Floor Mgr in State. Among those who made good averages last two days on entire stock are $15.90 Murphy and Leathere, Lincoln Co, 1630 lbs, avg $16.22 N. Allin, Casey Co, 720 lbs, agerage $16.30 Everatt Cochran, Lincoln Co. 770 lbs, average $17.48 W. H. Murphy, Lincoln Co, 2570 average, Wood & Shackelford. Mercer Cc, 1805 lbs, average $16.05 $17.63 Scott Lynn, Casey Co, 1070 lbs, average Beazley and Daly, Lincoln Co, 1330 lbs, average $16.75 Morgan and Bryant, Lincoln Co, 1710 lbs, average $16,73 Tom Merriman, Boyle Co, 3110 lbs," average, $16.57 Anderson and Mclane, Boyle Co, 1605 lbs, average, .. ..$16.15 Write us foa Improved Burley Tobacco Seed. Accept them with our compliments. They cost you nothing. U Listen, Go i Sell your Tobacco over the Danville Breaks where you have competition in selling. Listen, Listen. ,a - BaHaHaB. ' s 3i$Jirff JK where your trade is apprecint A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One Gets the Dirt. You are invited to the old Reliable Shop. ed. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. (fulfil Tobacco Warehouse Incorporated. Go SffiK "".' . -"-- S i8 ;fKrs: "? f Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT.Secretary. sSrtSSSS ii.swr:- ft. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 35-1-- Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. MMBPBIMW..WMiiMWiMMiWBMWWB.WMMBBMMBBMMMIMaiMMilMWBMMMIMWMMBWM aaaaaaaa aaaaaa i Dr. Wm. D. Fryer, Hair And Hyomei Relieves Minutes In Five Us- NEURITIS FOLLOWS CRIPPLED Of NERVES.! i CA11TEUSTILLK. Mr. Tom Green is improving slowly. Mr. J. D. Caiter is doing hustling business. Mr. J. N. Allen is in InJiana looking for a location. Dudlie Green who has been very bad with Pneumonia is slowly recovering. Mr. Gilbert Clark and wife were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop Surf-day- . Rev. R. B. Baird filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday. jtMr. and Mrs. Felix Penington, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carter were the guest og Mr. anJ Mrs. C. S. Roop Snnday. Mr. Gilbert Clark and wife will accompany Mrs. Sowders to Illinois and also make Illinois their future home. j'JMrs. J. T. Sowders will leave this week for Illinois to join her husband there, and will make Illinois their Painful Effects Chrouic Rheumatism Don't Neglect Your Stomach. Sse Hi-o-- Goodbye Dandruff Parisian Sage Stops Falling 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. Veterinary at Rainey -- Lancaster. Office and Dentist. -- Surgeon Kentuc!.: Help Comes Quickly When Hyomei Is ed For Catarrh, Bronchitis Or Cold In The Head. Quickly Routed by Rheuma. The First Dose Brings Safe and Effective Relief. Sure, Itching Scalp; Removes With One Dandruff s Livery Stable If your nerves are all crippled from Application. - If you suffer from raising of mucous, husky voice, discharge from the nose, droppings in the throat, sniffles, or any other symptoms of catarrh: or have bronchitis or cold in the head surely use Hyomei. It will banish the disease germs in the nose, throat and lungs and give quick and permanent relief or money refunded by R. E. & Son. f t The Hyomie treatment gives a tonic healing effect to the air you breathe, destroys the catarrhal germs, stops the poisonous secretions, soothes the irritated mucous membrane and makes a marked improvement in the general .llcCI.EAl.Y. health. The complete outfit, including inhaler and bottle of liquid, costs $1.00: extra Mr. J. V. Hill, has returned from bottles of liquid, if later needed, 50 Lexington. cents, Miss Edna Gulley is in Lancaster with friends. COT Mr. R. L. Burton sold some nice shoats to V. A. Lear. Mrs. Mary B, Preston is the guest of Misses Bessie and Annie Holtzclaw, her mother, Land is at home now and are visiting friends here. Mrs. Frank We are glad to know that Mrs Steve is getting along nicely. Hill is very much improved. Mr. Joe Ray has moved to Mrs. Mrs. Broaddus was with her daughMary Dickerson's house. ter, Mrs. J. W. Hill last week, Walden brothers from Danville were Miss Edna Gulley has been Miss Lilly over to their farm on business. Mae Sutton's guest this week. Dillard Littrell bought a horse from Miss Annie B Scrivner has returned Robert Preston, price unknown. home after visaing friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Sanders are visitMr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel are the ing Mr. Floyd Snyder in Richmond. Duncan, of Bur-gi- n guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie. Mr. and Mrs. Sam I will pay the highest market price spent last week with friends here. for your produce. C. D. Powell. Mrs. Nannie Mobly is visiting her Mr. Robert Ward and bride, are the Mrs. Myrtle Speaks near Mt daughter, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Hebron. Mr. A. D. Bradshaw is with his parBeatrice Johnson was the guest Mrs. on Tuesday of her mother Mrs. Mary ents Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw. Sanders. Mr. J. S. Askins has returned home Angle Sanders bought for his mother after being with his sister, who is ill. on court day, a nice horse of J. W. Mr. Brutus Warren and family have Sweeney price $115. moved to their new home near Hackley. Mr. and Mrs. T. O, Hill were recent Summing Up The Evidence. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw. Many Lancaster People Have Been Called Miss Cora Ross left last week for As Witnesses. Georgetown where she will attend Week after week has been published school. Miss Lillie Sutton entertained a few the testimony of Lancaster people-kid- ney sufferers backache victims-peo- ple of her friends very pleasantly Saturday who have endured many forms night. Miss Mattie Calico is visiting her of kidney, bladder or urinary disorders. These witnesses have used Doan's brother, Mr. Elbert Calico of Teaters-vill- e. Kidney Pills. All have given their enthusiastic approval. It's the same We are glad to know that Rev. Tayeverywhere. 30,000 American men and lor of Richmond has accepted as a paswomen are publicly recommending tor of the Buckeye church, and we Doan's always in the home papers. give him a hearty welcome into our Isn't it a wonderful, convincing mass midst. of proof? If you are a sufferer your verdict must be "Try Doan's first." Here's one more Lancapter case. Beware of Ointments for Frank Hibbard, Water St, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I had weak kidneys. Catarrh that Contain Mercury will surely destroy the Their action was irregular and often as mercuryand completely derange sense the of smell painful. My back pained me. It was whole system when enteritis it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should then that I use Doan's Kidney Pills. never be used except on prescriptions The from reputable physicians, as the damage They fixed me up in good shape. they will do is ten fold to the good you pains left and my kidneys became can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. normal." Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.. contains no and For sale by all dealers. Price 50 mercury, upon is taken Internally, acting and mucous surCo., Buffalo, directlyof the the blood In buying Hall's cents. Foster-Milbusystem. faces sole agents for the United Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuNew York, ine. It is taken internally and made in States. Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tesfree. the name Doan's and timonials Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Remember Sold by Take Hall'a Family Fills for constipation. take no other. m Neuritis can on the nerve's. This most painful disease is one of the hardest know to expel; but RHEUMA can reach it if given a chance, This testimoney is positive proof: "Last March I was so cnpped with Neuritis in left limb I could walk scarcely at all. Tried all remedies I heard of and had two physicians. Nothing did me any good until I used RHEUMA; also used ENGLISH MAR-HU- E and NERVALINE-52,- 00 worth of your medicines surely cured me. Mrs. C. E. Hayes, Russell, Kj. Sold by R. E. McRoberts a 50 cts. a bottle. attacks of Rheumatism. easily get a strong hold If you are not able to digest your if you lack an appetite, if your stomach is sour, gassy, upset, your tongue coated, if your head aches and you are dizzy, if you have heartburn and pains in your colon or bowels, why suffer needlessly? Buy now today from R. E. Mca Roberts & Son a fifty cent box of Stomach Tablets. There is no more effective remedy for stomach ill. is a digestive giving quick relief, also strengthens and builds up surely and safely the digestive organs, soothes the irritated membrane and increases the flow of the digestive juices. Your whole sjstem is benefited and cu become well and strong. food, If your hair is too thin, make it grow. If it is too dry and brittle, soften it up lubricate it. If you have dandruff it is because the scalp is too dry and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp and dandruff will go. Parisian Sage, always sold by R E. McRoberts & Son in 50 cent bottles, is just what you need to make your scalp healthy and immediately remove dandruff your hair wavy, lustnous and ilmnlnnf ,?:.-.-.:- . v.... WUIIUUL 1 t. UlSUllflUIIllCU :III T?..: .l UC 1UU luusian Sage. It quickly stops itching cleanses the hair of dust and excessive oil; takes away the dryness and brittle- ness; makes it seem twice as abundant and beautifies it until it is soft and lustrious. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. li. W. Morrow, Gr.uluate Optician UlKSa- Htllll .1 , n Mi-o-- na ImMttffifr'iI TiJAJ- Rf l, ill mi rllfif JTf - ZnZZr I 1 TJ B and RICHMOND. KY. THE NEW Opposite Post Office J fji i ri a rvi . A Training I r.r,Ar$ TO sfcAJl-iSili-- iii t School for Teachers ! iBarber Shop Bath In Connection. i Caw. Ira liax V rmratarr Intr mnlklte aai Life Mle C r Vail la all Par r titrate. Sprcfa Sibool. or Jwra'cc&j. Cim-"- -. future home. I HUHISLK 31t. Jleiii'ou Mrs. Dennie Scott has been suffering from throat trouble the past week. Miss Peachie May Sanders of Coy was the guest of her sister Mrs. Henry Montgomery Wednesday night. Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and children are spending the week with her mother Mrs. Mary. A. Sanders at Coy. Mr. Joe R. Duncan and Miss Ollie V. Crawford were the guests of Miss Maggie Montgomery near Bryantsville last Tuesday night. The sale of Mr. T. W. Thompson, deceased on last Saturday was well attended, considering the inclemency weather, and most every thing brought a good price. "Messrs Solomon Childers and Hulbert Lawson. Misses Eulala Montgomery and Eva Vaughn Lawson were the guests of Miss Jennie Ward near Lancaster Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Montgomery entertained the young people on Wednesday evening in honor of their niece and nephew Miss Eva Vaughn and Hulbert Lawson of Mo. Mr. Isaac Montgomeay surprised his friends here last Wednesday by being united in marriage to Miss Bettie Pollard of Judson. They were married at the home of Rev. J. W. Mahan; their many friends here wish them much happiness and success. Mr. Eugene Clark of Boyle Co. and breaks: Miss Amy Hazel Montgomery of this place were united in wedlock Monday Stomach Upset? afternoon in Covington Ky. They returned Tuesday to the brides home Will Prevent Further Trouble- -It where a bounteous dinner was served now with the grooms parents. and are Quickly and Surely Ends Indigestion They have the hearty congratulations and Stomach Distress. of their host of friends here. Distress after eating, belching of gas and undigested food, that lump of lead feeling in the stomach, headache, biliousness and lack of energy are warning signals of" out of order stomach, Now at once is the time to stop this distress. a Stomach Tablets is the remedy. They are absolutely harmless. Get a fifty cent bjx today. Their use Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE surely and quickly stops stomach disdown a chick's throat cures capes, A few drops In the drinking water cures and tress and improves and strengthens the prevents cholera, diarrhoea digestive system so that what you eat and other chick disease". One is converted into nutrition and the en60c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. tire system is properly nourished. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent FREE. Money back if not benefited R. E. Bourbon Remedy Co. taiigton,Xj McRoberts & Son. e. Mi-o-Mi-o-n- "r rrTrna-iCl- point v. Tal haFrrsiAr TwOfD'rifUldi Sam Harris Jr. bold a brown gelding to an Arkansas party for 170. Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Sallie Mr. and Mrs. Keene Lutes of Dan- spent the day in Berea Monday. ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Frye, SunMrs. Chifford Thompson and children day. of Paris are visiting Mrs. Will West. Mr. Jack McDonald of Paris is visitMl32 T.lllio tith nf Ranin in iYia ing his aunt Mrs. Sal lie Robinson and j charming visitor of Miss Fannie other relatives. uowuen. Frye has returned Master John A. Mrs. Jim Coyel, of Berea spent Frihome from a visit with his aunt, Miss day and Saturday with Mrs. Tom Elizabeth Lutes. Logston. Mrs. James A. Harris is on a visit Mrs. Hammack of Flat Woods is to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. spending a few days with her sons of Pepples, eear Stanford. Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frye returnMiss Amealia McWhorter of Berea ed Saturday morning from a two weeks is the visitor of Misses Ethel and visit at Wilmngton and Goldsboro.N. C. Emma Estridgs. tMrs. Churchill Yeager of Danville Casey Jones and Dewey Metcalf made Mr. Frank Spoonamore have been and a flying trip to High Bridge Sunday on visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Spopn-amorJones Motercycle. Mrs, A. B. Estridgs and Lucilc have Matt Engleman, one of our worthy returned home from Lexington after colored citizens has purchased the Jack Yeakey property adjoining his on spending a few daos there. Mis. Ellen Wilson and two little boys Cherry St. 111. of Richmond spent Sunday with her Mrs. Martha Miller of Rochester, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. parents Dr. and Mrs. Mays. Mrs. Charley Berrima has returned and sister Mrs. Sarah Eubanks. Malissa Underwood, and other relatives to her home in Brass Field afterspend-in- g a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Tom in Boyle and Lincoln. W. H. Hester recently sold a Logston, Mr. Mi. and Mrs. Roger Rucker and little load of tobacco for which he received $14.25 per hundred and last week sold son have returned to there home in another load for $10.tj5 said to be equal Lexington after spending a few days ly good or better, over the Danville, with his parents. Attention! Poultry Rrisers. One of my show birds had the worst case of roup I ever saw.. She was almost dead before I noticed it. I 'rUv Mi-- -I.wnt!tf ln" "'I'1 T" tTirnhy- Jna-tr- i r "nVrl "" 'iwirfhfUwTrtr. 7ria i7ri!"t Samir ! aaa Juae 1 J. Ci. CnRilK. T. Hnt. E. Seale,Prop A W. Hi. ELLIOTT, Collier's The lG,11B;ninn ruyaiuc.;. aim ouitjcuit LANCASTER, KY. Residence Phone OSes 22C Oa.a. National Weekly Q?Hj? First Time Collltr's OUice Phone 6. Once Hoars . J p - to i- in Clubs has been sold at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 andnehavesecured a concession whereby we can offer it at a still further reduction in connection with this publication. Until this year ttes hmt :orme'Jrnj:S!Bra B- iHuub-iS- JB . "Wajltjeb DENTIST. .,d -- .r, K Special Offer to Our Readers Recognizmc the creat demand lor ColUrr'i at the new price, we have made arrangements to nffer it and our own publication each one year for the price of Coffirr'ialone. This is a limited offer and must be taken advantaee of promptly. j. Patrick. Dentist. Paint Lick, Phone -- 9- What Yon ' Get in Colli Kentucky & ( lto4-7t- o9 s Office Hours Coffier'i is the one bie, independent, fearless ueelcly of the whole country. Not only is it the eood citizen's handbook but it is also a magazine for the whole fami)y. Among the things that a year's subscription gives arei p. itrJ 1000 Editorial 600 New Photo 250 Short Article ISO Short Stone I0O Illuttrafed Feature 2 Complete Novel M. K. Denny and W. A. Ofhoe: Stormea Bnildingovei 1 teeter A Aurie--sou's Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Furniture More. Unit Collier's . . . .$2.50) $1.00 FEMALE IJVUI mm nij LANCASTER, Central Record . MILLERSBURG $2.50 COLLEGE KENTUCKY. Or. C. Office H. TIFFIN, M1LLERSBURG, KY. An Attractive VETERINARIAN Girls. purchased a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure ahd I took a feather, dipped it into the medicine and swabbed out her throat as far down as I could reach. I also put a liberal quanity in her soft feed and drinking water, and today she is well and sound and is laying nearly every day. It is certainly the most remarkable medicine I ever saw. I would not think of being witeout it and I hope to induce other poultrymen to keep it on hands constantly. Joseph Van Ziegler. State Vice President and Life Member of American Buff Plymouth Rock Club, of Indiana and Proprietor of Golden Glow Poultry Yards, 221 W. South Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 50c at Druggists or by mail postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, Lexington. Home School For Pupils are surrounded with an atmosLANCASTER, KY. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New 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 them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Everything for Orchard. Lawn aiM? Send for catalog and engage a room Garden. early. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Millersburg. Ky. Write for free Catalogue. No A&& Phone 95. at W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, barb, Roses, Etc. Growers of what we sell. YOXJM TO H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sona Lexington. KenttirJrp Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. il' ?.--: C. A. Speith Co, Managers V J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmed Office Phone 3. ReaJtJcstPZwai23- - LANCASTEXXYv- - ,V -- t: tit".- - .f. Page 8 nMMOOCMMOIOMMIOOOOOOOIlOf The .Central Record, Thursday Feb. 5, 1914 Try to turn your horse's back The prohibitionists will not seek legisla to tbe wind and blanket him when tying blm up. tion this term of the General Assembly dpace below this beading Is (or tbe cxcln-lv- e looking to statewide prohibition Give a brau mash Saturday in use ol our farmer subscribers, and Is for Kentucky. night or Sunday noon and on tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on Wednesday night also if work Is A report is current in Washington farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to adverslack. tise. No notice will be accepted over four that both District Attorneyships in Tbe actual cost to keep added o Issues of tbe lines, and will be only In Kentucky will be tilled by Democrats to the service fee of the sire repECOBD, free of charge by next April. I, G. T. Ballard, Ex-sherresents the amount at which horses you raise stand you. for SaLe:-- 3 good sows and pigs. 40 The Court of Appeals has upheld the of Garrard County, Ky., Do not forget to salt the horse barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good rule forbidding the reversal of train once a week, or. better still, keep C. H. Green, driving pony. will on seats as reasouable and in the interest We are fighting old time business methods and credit salt always before him. He Paint Lick, Ky. Rout 2. of public health. knows best how much he needs. 10 second hand hemp breaks for sale. The National Democratic Club in New Be so careful In the choice of a prices by selling '14 York passed a resolution demanding Mrs. Rebecca West. blacksmith that it is not necessary for your horse to wear an that Charles F. Murphy, leader of TamJUDSON. FOj sale:-3- 8 acre farm located one many Hall resign. interfering boot. Cartersvillewill sell cheap mile north of being the first day of the The city council of Pineville Ky. hts S$3SSSxSSxS$$xm3 if sold in the next 30 days Mrs, Bunch Ray passed an ordinance prohibiting the regular term of the Gar- Mrs. Nannie Ray. visited her sister C. I. Rogers, dancing of the Tango and kindred DISEASES OF HOGS. Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. County Court, sell the Mr. Jesse Simpson, left Monday for dances by her citizens. J as. G. Conn has two good stacks of Col. James E. Stone Chief Clerk of Worms and Lack of Mineral Matter following described proper Detroit Michigan. Often Cause Serious Loss. clover hay he wants to Fell. See T. the Kentacky Houseof Representatives Mrs. Bee Clark was the guest of Whenever and wherever hog cholera ty, to satisfy the State, Mrs. Sam Clark Sunday. W. Conn at Hyattsville Ky. has resigned his position, having been appointed income tax collector for the is prevailing all other epidemics to County Mr. H. D. and School Taxes Thompson's Lee bought two horses at Want to rent 40 acres of geod land statp. which swine are subject are apt to be sale Saturday. to be put in oats, was in corn lastyear. as hog cholera. Here is an to-w- it: The national house by a caucus vote classified Mrs. Luther Burdett visited Mrs. Ike M. Mers. incident that took place In Will counof 124 to 55 declined to appoint a com Fannie Lee Wednesday. Strayed to my place about six weeKS mittee on womans suffrage, and declar- ty, 111., which is a case in point. The Lancaster 1913 White, No 1, 1912 Misses Bertha and Sallie Lee have same is related by the Farmer's Reage, a boar. Owner can have same by ed that the question was purely one to view as illustrating the value of a Creech J. M. 3 acres 5 92 been the guest of Mrs. Wade Lee. proving property and paying all charg- be settled by the various states. county adviser: Grimes James, 1J acre 5 C6 Revs. Gill and Naylor are holding es. H. G. McWhorter Paint Lick Ky. One day a hurry up call was re- Hatfield John 1 acre 4 90 meeting at Locks Grove this week. Shelby M. Cullom of Come in and see us. We will ceach you what your Mr. J. W. Sweeney has 15 pair of 3 Illinois died in Washington on J an. 28th. ceived from a farmer whose hogs were Lamb Oliver, 3 acres 5 55 Mr. and Mrs. Adus Navlor spent G 40 year old mules, all well broken, that He was born in Wayne county Ky. and dying from supposed cholera. Of 300 Miller W. H. 2G acres Sunday with her mother Mrs. N. Ray fifty were left, and the exmoney is worth. he will sell worth the money. Naylor Nannie, 1 acre was 85 years of age, and has been in head but 2 27 at this place. ternal appearance of these did not inI public lire for 50 years. 13 72 dicate cholera. The adviser had a sick Pollard Geo heirs, town lot Wanted to farm a first class jack. Mr. and Mrs. Arber Lee from Electric light rates have been reduc- one killed and immediately made a Colored List, No 1. R 1, Lee Gastineau, Hyattsville spent Saturday and Sunday Paint Lick Ky. ed in Middlesboro. the maximum rate postmortem examination. The vital Adams Geo. W., 26 acres 11 28 with "home folks here. now being 10 cents and the minimum 7 organs were found to be in a healthy 2 30 condition, but the intestines were full Adams Pete, N. R. 1 acre Mr. R. Zimmer sold his handsome cents per K. W. with a minimum rate 2 57 3 80 of worms. Mr. Grannts advised a Black Julia, 1 acre horse, "Jack" to Messrs Miles & Pen- of one dollar to each consumer. vermifuge for expelling the worms and Boatright Arch, N. R. town lot 2 39 dleton of Arkansas for $270.00. Edwin P. Morruw, District Attorney the feeding of a mixture of limestone Burdett Bob, G acres 8 00 10 00 Ky. 12 GS V. A. Lear, sold to Miles and Pendli-to- n for the Eastern District of Kentucky, screenings, rock phosphate and wood Dunn Lisk, 27 acres Do advice was followed, and 5 55 of Arkansas his brown harness is said to contemplate entering the race ashes. Thisloss of pigs followed. This Denny Jack, 2 acres for Congress in the Eleventh district. no further 9 90 mare for $195. is invaluable to the hog raiser. Faulkner Bros., town lot The place is now held by Caleb Powers. advice and lack of mineral matter are , Graves Callie, town lot I 2 28 M52E3EZSSX-T- Worms Mrs. J. M. Cress of Preachersville, 10 00 11 00 Four students of Bethel College two great causes that contribute to a Harris W. H. town lot has 50 single comb Brown Leghorn hens Bowling Green were made seriously ill bad physical coudltion, which makes j Hutchinson, Lige&Lizie 1 4 50 Wonderful ROOT JUICE Will for sale and a few nice cockerels. 15 09 by partakin of welsh rarebit made by pigs susceptible to any disease that Kavanaugh John, Bring You Joys of Health may come along, and if they die in any Kavanaugh Walker, Bal 2 91 6 51 Fred Conn, Lancaster, has about 30 one of them, which by mistake she had number Beyond Your rubiest it is called cholera. OF LANCASTER. 13 75 Letcher Mary, town lot used wood alcohol instead of flavoring acres of blue grass land he wishes to 1. Hope. Guar; 4 88 Middleton Bob, 3 acres 6 30 extract. u.-, delight at rent for the year 1914. "I could scream wi a ji.. ' Ray Sherod, 44 acres WARDING OFF CHOLERA. Capital 31 G3 the wonders th:it this clurious ROOT Mrs. J. W. Price, a prominent Louis JUICE has accomplished for me." That I have a good work mare for sale. If ville lady, 3 54 is the verdict of hundreds of women. Simpson Bettie, hrs town lot and daughter of Hon. Helm sold in ten day will sell at a bargain. Prevention of Disease- In the Hog Herd j Williams Jim. town lot A. R )EN!,Y. President. 6 19 You'll say the same thine; when you know Bruce was drowned in the surf of Miswhat it means to be free from your burden Better Than Treatment. A. B Doty, of misery and ills and aches and nervousJ. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. sissippi sound at Pass Christian Miss., Bryantsville White. No 2. ness. There is a farm in central Ohio Paint Lick, Ky. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Tuesday. The drowning was accidental. which is noted for its flue hogs. There You haven't any idea of the grand Brown Joe, N. R. 5 acres 2 39 things this wonderful medicine is accom- r. FOR sale:-- 2 yearling colts for sale, She had been in poor health. are always from loO to 300 good pork- Hall H. H., 48 acres R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, 17 43 or will trade for cattle. The Public Health Service has sub- ers on it. says the Farm and Fireside. Hawkins John, 3 acres 4 60 John A. Conn, Jr. mitted a report to Congress in which it Cholera has raged all about It. but Horn Henry 1 acre 4 28 2 70 there has never been a case on the Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. declares in 24 87 24 63 Lost Red Duroc Hog, last seen on has been that the last six years there farm. It is a farm of over 1,000 acres. Hudson J. S., 94 acres 50,000 cases of Pellagra in the No 4 00 5 89 water is used from any source out- Shearer Ike, 1J acre Buckeye pike near Davidson's store. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. United States, scattered over a wide side 1 95 theffarm. So no infection can Shearer Elige. N. R., 1J Finder please notify W. B. Moss and area, and asks an appropriation for its come in the water the hogs drink. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. 14 46 Smally C. C. 55 acres receive reward. eradication. One day a neighbor came wandering Smally J. M. 20 acres Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 17 60 Strayed to my place about Dec. 1st, J. C. S. Blackburn has through the place. The owner halted Stinnett, Reubeu hrs, 40 acres 9 90 report a black and white spotted shoat. strong backing and his appointment is him and asked him whether the Wild R. T., N, R. 1 acre 3 86 Owner can nave same by paying all being urged to succeed Senator Shelby was true that he came from a farm Colored No 2. infected with cholera. The neighbor charges. H. D. Lee, Judson Ky. M. Cullom as a member of the Lincoln admitted that his hogs were dying of Cochran Frank & Bill, 4 acres 9 48 pd. Memorial Commission. The position it "Then get off my place." said the 5 G6 7 04 would require his permanent residence owner. The neighbor grew huffy. Caldwell Harison, 1 acre Strayed from my place on Old DanDunn Dave, 3 acres 5 56 "Well," said the owner, "you wouldn't in Washington. ville pike a red sow pig, white list Dunn Tom, 2 acres 7'25 SnlTerlnK Women. 31Try HOOT JUICC B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. j- Jaj. Minn- Forty one lives were lost when the come into my house if you had small- across shoulders, weight about 75 lbs. Elmore John and Almira, 3 acres 8 73 plishing for weal; woiiiti. . The gloriou liner Nantucket rammed the Steamer r. L&i The relief I cannot bo W. O. RiGNEY, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Any information will be gladly receivFarley Tom, 1 acre 4 28 results be 2 70 must felt to bo truly appreciated. Monroe in a dense fog in the Atlantic ed. Charlie Cox. j No wonder women say "I could Gaines Charlie & Bro 6 A 7 57 9 48 W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ocean last Friday night. The Monroe with joy." Such relief and comfort is too 7 46 great to be unproclaimeel. 5 9S Gaines Oscar, 8 acres FOR SALE:-V- e have seven heifers sank ten minutes after being struck. You know what It means to drat, your9 GO 1 65 GarnettWillie, hrs 1 acre ORGANIZED 1SS3. self about day after day, miserable, half to freshen within the next sixty dajs, The vessels were plying betweee New Hick Mary B 1 acre 2 25 3 54 sick, tired, worn, wealc, despondent, disYork and Norfolk. couraged, blue, witli no interest in things, and as our milking barn is already fu.l, 11 07 no ambition, no energy. You know what Mack Tom, 22 acres we must dispose of cows, in order to President Wilson has lifted the emit rr.eans Segar Bill & Sister, 2 acres 5 55 screaming, to feel jour nerves bristlimr. 9 all on edge, seeming to rcb make room for them. We have some bargo on the purchase of arms in the 1 65 jour brain cf its power to think and feelSherley Henry, N. R. 1 acre good ones to sell. ing that you will simply go mad. You OF LANCASTER, KY. United States and the Mexican rebels Smith Aron & wife, 1 acre 6 00 7 03 Know what It means to suffer the pains We also have some nice shoats weigh now stand on equal footing in that 00 10 13 and aches and discomforts of your sex Ben, 1 acre 9 Smith those awful feelings that no one but a 8 ing about SO pounds for sale. respect with the Federals. This is ex' Taylor Tom, hrs, 15 acres 2 33 3 55 woman can understand. Yorkshire breed of hogs had Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co. The pected to quickly put an end to the Now think! How will you feel when 7 50 Taylor Edd 2 acres 3 28 all this has vanished? How will you its origin in England, where It Is This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen troubles in Mexico. feel when wonderful ROOT JUICE has very popular, as it also is in CanBuckeye White, No. 3. Strayed. relieved you of these symptoms when Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all ada, it being raised almost to the Under an order of the Interstate you can go about your duties full exclusion of other breeds. The Burton, J. B. li acres 7 15 of vim and energy and find each task a S 6 10 From my place near Cartersville, a Commercre Commission there went inthings. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Yorkshire came to the United States feel Cook, Fount, 121 acres 49 82 pleasure? How will ou pains, to be free El small black mare mule, saddle scar on to effect Feb. 1st a decrease in express years ago and is about twenty-fH- e from dragging aches and free from Make this bank YOUR bank. 5 07 that terrible nervous tension and to feel Crews, W. M., 10 acres recognized as one of the best of the back, shod all round, coming 3 yearj rates on a basis of 16 per cent lower well and strong in mind and body just bacon producers The sows are 60 1 65 like your old self again? East, Minerva, 1 acre old. Last heard of near Preachers- than formenly. Kentucky was one of prolific and are excellent mothers. Try it. Try ROOT JUICE for ten days 19 23 Farthesgill, J. W. 35 acres ville. Butchers who cater to the best eleven states to introduce an intra on a positive guarantee, a guarantee mind I trade pay a premium for well fitted Gulley, W. H. one-haacres 6 19 you. that means money back instantly if James I. Hamilton. state reduction upon the same basis. bacon hogs The Yorkshire boar 8 oo i you are not perfectly delightetl with tho i Preston Robert, 10 acres here shown was champion ot his Francisco I, Guzman an envoy of Sparks, Claud, 27 acres 8 79 and a better medicine for weak, worn-ou- t. brcod at the last lona state fair. n men and women was never IIIIYANT8V1I.LE Felix Diaz, who bore a message from made. Don't let anybody talk you out Colored list No. 3. his chief seeking to have Gen. Villa of it. Try ROOT JUICE this time. pox, would you?" "No, of course not." Arnold. Clayton 8 acres 4 18 You'll be thankful the longest day you Mr. Levi Morris continues quite sick-M- desert Gen Carranzo and throw the "Well, then why come iuto my lields Anderson, Cleveland 5 acres live. All first class drug- stores sell 2 59 ROOT JUICE one dollar per large bottle Billy King has moved to Lancas- strength of his forces to Diaz, was when you come from a farm that's in- Broaddus, Robert 23 acres 4 50 and they guarantee It relief or money ter. ordered shot by Villa. He was placed fected with cbolfrsi? We are always back instantly. 6 00 8 12 Buford, Fred 4 acres Miss Annette Jennings is visiting at against the wall of Villa's house blind glad to be neighborly, but we can't affolded and his hands tied and executed ford to pay for calls with our herd of Doty Leslie & wife 1 acre 6 00 9 72 Lancaster. hogs." The neighbor admitted that Doty, Lewis & wife 1 acre 4 12 5 98 Mr. Sid Poor was in Shelbyville last by a rebel soldier. ' 13 19 this position vw correct and went Hickman, Logan 1G acres MNA. week on business. A committee of officials of the Post away feeling 13 19 Leavell Tildy Hrs. 25 acies perfiftly satisfied. i Mr. C. M. Deane was in Cincinnati office department appointed by Post-- 1 These hogs run in pastures, but the Leavell, Edd bal 8 acres 6 10 8 62 Monday on business. master General Burleson has recom- -' pastures are uxcepUounlly situated. Renf ro Wiles & wife 3acres 9 00 12 00 Mr. Elijah Baker is at Richmord If You Have any Blood or skin Disease I with his tobacco. Mr. Luther Brooks has been quite mended to fhe Senate the Government' The Minnesota -- anitary board recom- White, Paint Lick, No 4. Do Not Delay until it is too late'.but Order mGnopelization of telegraph and tele-- 1 mends that wlnn cholera raues tho Mr. Willie Bolton is visiting Mr. John sick for several days. 10 00 11 11 hoss be kent in .mnll. drv ihmis. i Brock Emmet. 30 acres phone lines, with the exception of! ' in Illinois. ! Mr. W, W. Burnside, of Louisiana 5 66 Baker farmers lines. Immediate government "Keep your dos tied." they add. and Brock Ira, 15 acres Miss Mary Hardin has been the guest' was here last week on business. they mlsht say. "Shoot every dog Brock John,50 acres 7 00 9 95 ownership of telephone lines is reccm- - j your line fence." Dis- - jByrd W. M., 30 acres when Miss Agnes Miles, of Buckeye, has mended with a system 7 46 of Miss Mary Prewitt. licensing' infect he crosses of the troughs daily with a 5 per mnlov .Insi. 23 acres Miss Nora Hnme is visiting Miss 3 43 been the guest of Mrs. J. H. Dean. other agencies of communicatioii. cent solution of carbolic acid. No hog Cummins Mat, N. R., 41 acres I 7 99 Mary Baker of this place. Mr. R. M. Moss and Mrs. M. O. can legally be taken from any stockFields J. S., 2 acres 6 19 Miss Mary Baker has been the guest Kennedy spent Slonday in Lexington. yard except for !a tighter, and breed3 54 of Miss Katie Baker this week. ing hogs when shipped should, of Garr Scott Co., 500 acres Mr. J. Hogan Ballard spent Tuesday a Complete and Positive Remedy for ATTENTION HORSEMEN. 5 00 7 63 course, be crated and kept out of the Holme Sam 10 acres Messrs Joe Wheeler and Stevie Lay- and Wednesday at Frankfort on busi4 61 stock yards. And when one is brought Isacke Simon, Barl 70 acre3 ness. SYPHILIS. The horse and jack season is close at ton were visitors in Lancaster Sunday, j on the farm from outside it should be Lamb Alex, 1J acres 4 00 5 85 Mr. Henry Sandidge, of Boyle was hand and "the early bird catches the ' kept Mrs. Mote Casey of this place visited ECZEMA, by itself for at least two 6 00 7 13 over for a short visit to Mr, M. O. worm." Stockmen of other counties' It will pay to put a boy out weeks. Lamb Sam, 25 acres Mr. Sam Agie on Back Creek Monday. with a Mason Bros., 200 acres 15 00 19 87 ERYSIPELAS, are already beginning to get out their I gun during daylight hours to Kennedy. shoot at Rev. A. C. Baird filled his appoint-- 1 3 45 literature. Do not be behind hand. and kill if possible every pigeon, crow, Miller Susen, 6 acres ACNE, Mrs. Hogan Ballard has returned 2 26 ment at Freedom last Saturday and Get your cards and bills earlv. mourning dove and English sparrow McCulIum, hrs 40 acres home after a visit to relatives at MALARIA, Sunday. 7 57 8 57 The Record is better prepared than in sight They all carry germs from Parker Edd 15 acres Tyre, 3 acres 00 Mr. F. M. Prewitt sold a peice of ! 8 RHEUMATISM, 828 ever to supply your wants along this farm to farm. And don't let the hogs Pointer Miss Mary Perkins, of Middlesboro, 4 88 5 88 ground to Mr. R. W. Sanders of line. Come in and let us show vou. pet drink from running streams or surfaco Renfro J. E., 28 acres has been the recent guest of the family our figures. And ail other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. 1 63 Buckeye. Ross Arch, N. R. 13 acres We will do your work as water originating outside the farm. of Mr. Henry Tomlinson. Storne Rachel, 5 acres 5 45 Misses Mary and Ula Prewitt enterwell and as cheap as you can get it Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blocd A Dairy Improver. Todd & Son, N. R. 20 acres Mr. W. C. Rose was over from Lex- done elsewhere, and can turn 2 27 tained a number of their friends Satthe work and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. The pure bred bull has done a great Wilmoth Mrs Jennie 80 A 1 45 2 65 urday night. week-en- d ington and spent the with his out on short notice. deal to Improve the dairy herds of the Young Chas., N. R. 35 acres parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. 290 Bottles- -? Full Course Treatment-S- ix middle west. All states, or at least the Mrs. R. K. Swope and Mrs. C. C. Paint Lick No 4, Colored. principal ones, are reporting an inSingles Becker spent Monday in Nicholasville creased dairy production, and the re- Adams, Susan Hrs 1 acre 2 90 sults may be traced to better cows, not Burnside, Clell 1 acres with their sister Mrs. John Johnson. 8 00 9 75 We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease more of them. Campbell, Mattie 1 acre 2 28 Mrs. R. I. Burton and niece Miss Denny Eliza 6 acres 4 81 Hallie Coy, weie in Lexington last It has the only real continuous Wednesday to see "The Madcap 4 87 6 61 Faulkner. Abe, 18 acres door opening. Faulkner, Will 1 acre 3 90 Duchess". Hoops made of tested steel. Faulkner, Bill 2-- acres 4 90 Miss Hallie Coy hai returned to her Hoops can be adjusted from ladOnieklr relfim ThmMm RMra-I Faulkner, Edith 35 acres 10 75 J We tell youhow, and pay best market Yjfl naira.,A ira.,tahn .. Cle. Nenra.i0-.ader front door frame. home at Kirksville after spending .!.- all uuuii. v nur mnn " ."wi irii tiii wn"" Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private nkiv d prices. We are Gillispie, Jane 2 acres 3 53 I Hew any ache in any part of tho body Doors made of California RedB several weeks with l.er aunt, Mrs. ia 1SD8; and can do BETTER for yon HI flft uwiuin UJHt. wood. "The Wood Eternal." Gillispie, Owen 15 acre 7 00 . 9 86 SJ th7n agents or commission rner- - B rrtceSOe..andA.t All Druggists. ' Hot Springs Medicine Company, Dick Burton. h Inrjitimi nF n..w tmMtij gives US rrea sampls chants.rReferencesany bant in Lou- v. WUB f.. cbmlar tax m nqswU Gillispie Adeiine 2 acres 1'40 B0UBBOM REMEDY COMPANY. isville. Write for weekly price list. lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facMrs. Sallic Maret sold her farm cor- - tory to vou. Get a Gillispie, Bob 20 acres Lexington. Ky, 4 45 6 19 kill .Vif j.J c 342EattMalBSt.. 1-M. SABEL & SONS 2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. sisting of two tracts, both containing writing- us for catalog and prices. 433 E. Barm SLlOUi:illlE.rr. Harris, Bill 2 acres 3 50 4 92 FURS, HIDES, WOOL. LUUUVUifc SILO AND TANK CO. Detlert in about 120 acres to Mr. Minor 1 acre Hutchen'son, Geo. 3 96 3 14 uncorporaieaj Teaque. at abojt $75 per acre. r.0.$litloF. 10VBTIUE IT. Kavanaugh, Mary 8 acres 355 rAKMK O lULUIIlfl i acooooo000o General News. HORSE LORE. Delinquent Taxes iff Kavanaugh, Mont 4 acres 7 86 Kelly, .Harriet 18 acres 3 49 4 81 Kelley, Isiah 26 acres 12 13 Kenne'ciy, John 1 acre 7 26 4 10 Kennedy, Sim 1 acre 7 00 8 55 Kennedy, Edd 1 acre 6 00 7 15 Leavell, Jonas 1 acie 4 00 6 84 10 00 Merritt, Henrv 8 acres Montgomery, Mary 1 acre 3 75 Newland, John 2 acres 5 98 Reed, Barney hrs 4 acres 2 60 Rothwell, Will 18 acres 9 05 Rovston, Kate 3 acres 2 00 Wallace, Geo. 1 T. L. 5 55 White, John hrs 1 acre 4 55 Yeakey. Harriett 18 6 61 Money Talks The Cash. Store. Monday, Feb 23rd, rard Dry Goods. Groceries. Notions Boots, Shoes Farming Implements & Buggies at prices that suit the people. Becker, Ballard & Co. BRYANTSVILLE, Oil, Bead Tills, Suffering Women I 1 THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Book-Keepe- or fMri.rsxsw7w3rr i ilv-d- Book-Keepe- ! I I c$e Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. J lf run-dow- r. When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. TODAY ! I The Hot Springs Remedy I Nich-olasvill- e. 1 18.00 Bottle$5.00 Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offered . Suffering Women. dealers-establishe- 1 -.. V I to-d- 803 '"Mi- - rf...- - a'W h lis. , . ..., t?.