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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 12, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914021201_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 12, 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. c TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlQWh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD Q0VERNMEN1. N LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. i CUMBER 45. X&S&SC&iSHXe We carry a complete line of GUARANTEED increase. The value of assessable property in Garrard county for the year 1913 was $6,020.202., as against $6,560,185. in year, an increase of i the preceding (60,017. This is a pretty healthy in- -' , crease in view of the constant cry that farming land is decreasing in both price and value, and the additional cry of hard timjs. A fleaitny W. B. Burton Sells Reolata. Interesting Innovation. $23.50 Per Hundred Average Price (!SjiJifgMjgispvjErrHsrfy. KNIVES, SH Axes. Mattocks i Bits ETC, ETC. Any article proving de fective will be replaced FREE of charge. It is to your interest to buy Guaranteed Goods as you cannot loose anything. 2t JLiic W. B. Burton has sold to "Bob" Moreland, of Lexington, his good roadster, "Reolata" for a price, just how breaches up into the four figures. victorys tc his credit, capped the climax by winning the big sweepstake roadster ring at the State Fair in Louisville last fall. Candy Sale. much we are not at liberty to say. but "Reolata," besides having many other uest liiuucciiiciu wc can unci la guuu goods at reasonablefprices. 5 A full and complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Etc. There will be a candy sale at the store of Mr. R. S. Brown, beginning next Saturday afternoon, on every Saturday afternoon and every court day, the proceeds of the various sales to go to the various churches of the city, alternately. The candy will be made by the young ladies in Mr. Brown's store, which will insure its Cannon-Thomatoothsomeness. This is a very laudable Miss Mae Thomas and Mr. upon the part 8 undertakingthe sales should ofbethe young Walter Bessie Carman, both of Stan Byron ladies and liberally patronized. ford, Ky., were quietly married Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Rev. Sheep Claims Certified. J. W. Porter who performed the cereCounty Clerk J. W. Hamilton has mony. The bride is the daughter of certified the sheep claims of Garrard the late James Thomas and is admired & county to the Auditor for payment. for many attractions. The claim for the year 1913 amounted Mr. Carman is the son of Mr. A. C. Carman, who is quite prominent at M to $59S.55. There was listed for taxation in the Stanford. county during 1913, 1211 dogs, and the m tax collected on this number of dogs After February 8th the bridal couple will be at home in Stanford and many will be among the farmers to friends have good wishes for their wel reimburse them for the ravages among fare. Lexington Leader. their sheep by the dogs during last The bride is a daughter of Mrs. year. It is not known exactly how Mattie Thomas who formerly lived in many of these dogs had the tax paid on Lancaster, and the groom is a brother them, but Mr. Hamilton is of the opin- of Mrs A. J. Rice of this county. ion that the claims will be paid in full. s. The ladies of Garrard county are Realized For B. L. Kelly Tobacco preparing to publish a cook book, to Crop In Lexington Last contain "her best recipe" from some of the best cooks in the county, and Week. there are none better anywhere. We will each week publish one of the reThe tobacco crop of Mr. B. L. Kelly cipes, which may be found on the per- sold in Lexington last weeK. brought sonal page. on an average of 23J cents per pound, the lowest price realized for a basket He Taught In Garrard In 1862. being 15 cents and the highest 41 cents Mr. Alexander P. Surber, from whose per pound. Thii crop of tobacco atpen there appeared an article in last tracted the attention of growers all weeks issue of the Record, died at the over the state, and after the sale was home of his daughter in Junction City over Mr. Kelly was beset by tobacco last Friday. Mr. Surber was 75 years men for a supply of seed, almost any of age and at one time was one of the price being offered. He closed out most prominent educators in this part what seed he had to spare at $25. per of the state. pound and could have sold almost any "Mint-Cola- " Plant To Have A New Home. quantity at that price, or even more had he demanded it, Mr. Kelly has Mr. Joe S. Haselden has rented of another crop yet to go upon the market, Mr. W. T. West his store room on Lex which was not quite ready at the time mgton street, the old post office build- of his first shipment; but will be sent ing, and will install his Mint-Col- a Bot; over later. tling works therein. The building will be remodeled throughout, a new front Kentucky Court Of Appeals Holds Parole installed, and Mr. Haselden proposes Law Mandatory, Ana By Its Decisto open up a first cla:s ice cream parlor in the front of the building. He ion Between 500 And 1000 expects to be open for business about Convicts Will Secure April 1st. Their Freedom. fMrBisjrsjs'&iJfliil Vulcan -- ?5?S!7r?::r'!2t - HILL Plow Points of all kinds. Headquarters for Plow Gear. irej 1 Hi n pro-rate- d Wilkerson-Fitzgera- Hume Rucker Victim Of Highwaymen. ld. "LIVE AND LET LIVE." s : Lancaster, 33EBSS3SS33S2XmS33 Better get vaccinated. Tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 14th, St. Valentines day. is Ky. Hurre Rucker, a son of our good friend, Mr. I. C. Rucker, of Paint Lick, who is employed by the L. & N. R. R. Co. as a telegraph operator in one of fts outlying yards in Louisville, was the victim of a highway robbery on last Friday. When leaving his work to go to his home two men approached him, une shoved a big pistol under his nose anddemanded his money. Hume, of course produced, just how much we do not know, as one paper says $4. and another S30. Hume hastened to a nearby telephone and called police headquarters and the men were caught at a distant part of the yards. "Two Old Confederates. Mies Bessie Katherine Wilkerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson and Mr. Forest Fitzgerald, son of Fitzgerald of Danville, went er Coldest Of Winter. On last Saturday night the mercury dropped to 10 degrees, which is the coldest of the winter. Taken upon the Now who doubts either the wisdom whole, this has been an exceedingly of the ground hog or the truth of his mild winter, the mercury never going predictions. to the Zero mark, and what few cold seriously interfere periods we have had being of short The cold snsp will with the business of those hens who duration. prematurely. went to setti-ig Catholic Service. Lost A pair of gold glasses in case. Reward to finder. Mrs. Margarete Marksbury. It Following the suggestion madeby the Record recently, the Graded School is shortly to pull off an "old fashioned spelling bee". Father O'Bannon of Richmond came down Tuesday and conducted service at the home of Mr. N. Miller for the S The "bootlegging" industry in - Lancaster does not prove a profitable unAn Early Lent And A Short One. dertaking, the last one to attempt it seems destined for a good long sentence The ecclesiastical moon adopted by from "Uncle Sam". the churches hundreds of years ago The lady who predicted the San determines the date for Easter, this Francisco earthquake, the almanac, the custom decrees that Easter shall fall goosebone and the groundhog, all join upon the first Sunday after the first moon after March 21st, according in predicting the coldest weather of the full to which Easter this year will fall upseason during February. on March 23d. Lent will therefore Residents of Danville are preparing begin on February 12th. the earliest to erect a monument to the groundhog. since 1818. "Before you make a rabbit stew, first ATTENTION HORSEMEN. procure your hare", and brer ground hog is sure a wary animal. The horse and jack season is close at Now while there is so much agitation hand and "the early bird catches the about dogs in Lancaster, we hope a worm." Stockmen of other counties number of the worthless curs who are already beginning to get out their make the nights hideous with their literature. Do not be behind hand. noise, will be sent to the happy hunt- Get your cards and bills early. The Record is better prepared than ing ground. ever to supply your wants along this The plan to give an automobile free line. Come in and let us show you, get in connection with the Louisville our figures. We will do your work as Automobile Show, has been abandened, well and as cheap as you can get it inasmuch as the arrangement has been done elsewhere, and can turn the work found to be in violation of the Federal out on short notice. Laws. No prize will, therefore be An Old Time Spelling Match. given. The Show will open, as advertised, The Lancaster Graded at seven o'clock Wednesday Evening, the near future give an School will in old fashioned Feb. 11th, and continue through the mornings, afternoon and evenings, in- spelling match, the book from which cluding Saturday, the 14th. It will be the words are to be "given out", being the old time Webster's blue backed held, as usual, at the Armory. speller, the book of our childhood days. Competition will be open to all, and we In The Tender Grasp Of "Uncle San". understand the school wili line ud Wm. Miller, white who was recently against the people. Since the days of convicted of "bootlegging" in Lancas- the old blue back there has been many ter, and given a fine and jail sentence innovations in the way of both spelling in police court, has been turned over to and pronunciation, and there will doubt"Uncle Sam", Marshal Coleman came less be considerable wrangling between over last week and took him before the old timers and the modern spellers Commissioner Lawwill in Danville. over the proper pronunciation of many Miller confessed and was held to await of the words. There are many people the convening of Federal Court in in Lancaster who think they are "some Jackson, which is the fourth Monday, spellers", and they will now have a when Chief Herron will have to go to splendid opportuniny to exhibit their learning. Jackson to appear against him. benefit of the catholics of the county. These services are held at regular intervals and are very convenient and acceptable to those who have no other opportunity to attend service in their own church. "Two Old Confederates" and the Old Southern Quartette, presenting in the Songs and Stories of the Old me "uoocl UIU Times in riancaiion, Dixie," at the Ben AH Theatre for one performance, February 16, The "Two Old Confederates," who followed "Marse Bob Lee" through the trying days of '61 to '64 are genuine of the old Virginia country gentlemen of anti bellum days. In their stories and songs they give . as only they can give, a true picture of the good times on the old Southern plantation. They are assisted in their performance by a quartette of genuine Virginia negroes, e songs just as who sing the they used to sing them around their cabin doors at evening or at the or in the cotton fields in the days of long ago. One critic has said of this quartette of negroes: "They look like farm hands and sing like Carusos." This is the most unique performance ever presented on any stage or platform and can never be duplicated. It is as entertaining and amusing as any minstrel show and as instructive n history. At all their as a performances the two old Confederetes are glad to have as their personal guests on the stage, in uniform, any of the "boys who followed Grant of Lee." Prices 25, 50 and 75 cents. Adv. old-timcorn-huskinwell-writte- An Annual Outrage. From all over this and adjoining counties come the reports of ravages among the sheep by dogs. Messrs H. C. Arnold, J. G. Burnside and many other farmers of this county have been severe losers of late from this cause. Just at lambing time, when the most harm can be accomplished, seems to be the favorite time for the worthless dogs 'of the country to make their inroads upon the helpless flocks. It is true that the farmer is to some extent reimbursed for his losses from the "dog tax fund," which is applied to in a measure reimburse the farmers for their sheep killed, but of late years this fund has grown smaller and smaller, until eventually it will dwindle to a sum hardly worth mentioning. The cause of his is that there are probably not a third of the dogs of the county gjven in for taxation, farmers are reluctant to list them, and adopt every possible subterfuge to avoid doing so, while in town, out of the possible 500 worthless curs, there is not in all probability one fifth of them listed, and what are listed are never paid on. If the farmer will establish a shotgun quarantine and consider every dog that invades his premises a trespasser and let him have the contents, he will offer better protection to his flocks than all the dog laws and dog taxes ever to Jeffersonsville Monday, and a telegram to Mr. and Mrs. Wilkerson here on Tuesday morning announced that the young couple were married on Monday night. There was no parental objection, so far as we can learn, and it is supposed that theVwiing couple took this step in order to lend a tinge of romance to the culmination of their courtship. The bride is one of "the Wilkerson twins" and is a popular member of Lancaster's vounger set, and is a most lovable girl. The groom is the proprie tor of a drj cleaning establishment in Collector Hughes Announces AppointDanviiie, and one ot the rising young ments. business men of our neighboring town. The Record wishes a world of happiCollector John W. Hughes of Danness to the young folks. ville has made public his list of appoint ments to the eighteen positions at his "A Stitch In Time Saves Nine". disposal, which are as follows:- "Better be sore than sorry". The Letcher Saunders, Jessamine county. slight soreness of the arm due to vac- Chief Deputy. cination does not hurt much, and it reE. M. Mountjoy, Anderson county, moves a lot of uneasiness and dread of Deputy 1st Division. contracting that loathsome, and often Sewell B. Williams, Breathitt counThe ty, 2nd Division. dangerous disease, small-pomedical fraternity are united upon the H. Rowan Saufley, Lincoln county. theory that vaccination will prevent 3id Division. small-poaltogether, and even should A. C. Bowling, Laurel county, 4th in very rare instances be contracted Division. after vaccination, it would be in the J. W. Campbell, Bell county, oth mildest form. The disease is prevalent Division. in many counties of the state and J. N. Francis, Letcher county, 6th seems to have originated in the rail- Division. road camps around Winchester and Isaac Lanier, Boyle county, Gen'l Paris. Deputy Collector. These points are very close to us, T. Sloan Eastland, Mercer county, and there is direct train connection be- Gen'l Deputy Collector. tween those points and Lancaster, and Paul L. Goddard. Mercer county. while there has never been even a Income Tax D. C. rumor of a case in Lancaster, still it Hardie Ripy, Anderson county, would not be a bad idea to guard Stamp D. C, Lawrencebury. against it. Vaccination, beyond a slight Orion C. McKay, Anderson county, soreness, and possibly a little stiffness Ass't Stamp D. C, Lawrenceburg. of the arm, gives no bad effects, and it Geo. L. Lyne, Jessamine county, would be wise precaution for everyone Stamp D. C, Nicholasville. to be vaccinated. W. J. Poteet, Mercer county, Office Deputy Collector. Fox. J. C Huguely, Boyle county, Office The Fort Worth Tex. Star Telegram Deputy Collector. contains the following notice of the D. Tevis Huguely, Madison county. death of Sir. Richard P. Fox, which oc- Office Deputy Collector. curred in that city on Jauuary 30th. V. F. Ruble, Garrawl county. Office "The body of Richard P. Fox, 47. Deputy Collector. who died suddenly in the Fort Worth Among the number there are some Horse & Mule Company's barn, North who have not as yet been assigned to Main street, was sent to Wichita Falls duty, but these will be put on as rapidFriday by Undertaker Robertson. ly as possible. Burial will take place there. Fox was The list of appointments appears to a stockholder in the Fort Worth Horse us to be an unusually good one, the & Mule Company and was one of the list is composed of a splendid lot of prominent dealers on the local market. business men as well as true blue demHe lived at 1701 Jennings avenue. He ocrats, and 3peaks exceedingly well for is survived by a widow and daughter. the acumen of Judge Hughe3. who had Louise; a brother, John Fox, Dawson, much to contend with in his selection Ga., and a sister, Mrs. William O. of these men. When you take into of Louisville. Ky." consideration that there was from ten Mr. Fox's wife who survives him was to a hundred applicants for each posia daughter of Daniel Bates Walker, tion, and each applicant with absolutely formerly of this county, but who some gilt edge recommendations, all of which sixteen years ago removed to Wichita the affable Collector was compelled to Falls Tex., where he has since resided. read, the reading often being interupt-e- d She is also a niece of Messrs Jo. James by the arrival of "a delegation," and Richard Burnside and Mrs. Sue which of course must be given an audiAnderson of this place, her mother ence, it certainly took a man of exhaving been before her marriage to ceedingly keen perception to select Dan Walker, Miss Tabitha Burnside. just the proper man for the positions. Mrs. Fox is widely connected with However, we believe that no man prominent families throughout this and could have made bettar or more populMadison counties. ar selections than did Judge Hughes. ' The funeral of Mr. Fox was conductFond hearts weary the postman, but ed from the home of his brother-in-laDr. Wade H. Walker, and the services they would make the Central Record Were conducted by Dr. Lapsley McKee happy if they would buy their stationary from us. formerly of Danville Ky. x. x Rid-delle w The Kentucky Court of Appeals on in the mandamus case of De.Moss vs The Commonwealth, ren dered substantially the following opin ion; that after a prisoner serving sentence under the indeterminate sentence law has served the minimum sentence, and complied with the conditions of the law, that the Board of Prison Commissioners has no discretion, but must grant him his parole. "A prisoner convicted under the indeterminate sentence law who is eligible to parole. is entitled to parole as a matter of right." The opinion was written by Judge Settle, Judges Turner and Han nah dissenting. The opinion means the parole or release, ;ib scon as the mandate is filed, which will be in thirty days, of at least 500 prisoners from the two penal institutions of the state, and probably as many more will qualify for parole within the next six months. A bill has already been introduced in the Legis lature to repeal the indeterminate sentence law. However, it is thought that those prisoners whose rights have accrued under the recent decision would not be effected by the repeal of the law. The Board of Prison Commissioners are already busily engaged in preparing a list of those prisoners who will be eligible for parole under the decision, in order that they may be able to comply with the decision of the court when the mandate is filed and becomes etfective. last Friday, Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. 'rajHe fHlpjfaajfjJiia taiaMuriirsi' iriL'f E: rgfa DE 2riFnE GREAT 0E ; if For 15 Days LU Men aod Boos o vereo a is at HALF PRICE. See our line of 2 Whate have left is NEW and I UP-TO-DA- we are going to sell them regardless of cost Manyotherarticles that we are going Call on to sell uswith the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. H.T. Logan Lancaster, Kentucky. ntlEl-..ii- iriinruJ Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 12, 1914 " F 1. I PER CENT Children Cry for Fletcher's i 1 I I I is the test that our 2 The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which lias heen in tise lor over iJO years, lias bornothc signature o ana nas occn made under his sonal supervision s,inco its infancy. jr Allow no one to deceive vouintliio. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare Experiments that trifle with and endanger the healthbut of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-447-?- Z-, d" lxxxvvcsvJcvxNNXcccxcs i 1 1 ..... I Grass Seed Show Now is the time to buy. We have the right prices. (ft a for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Slorphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Tts age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms and allays FeveriMincss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, V.'ind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoia. It regulates the Stomach ami Iiowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Cnstoria, What is CASTOR I A is harmless snhstiruto t it i Fi WrOi GENUINE C ASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS I I i '!! 1 Seed Oats Of Highest Test and Quality. (&&ZT&cUi In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENXAUW COMPANy. HEW VOWK ClTV. 1 w J'J 'ft Bailey & Lewis. LANCASTER, H & Phone 70, KENTUCKY. r--l J &fwJF IE 1BL 2BL 3fi CT'1 1 ae KENTUCKY. Only a DaV and Night to New Orleans WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE I ,'-mw Hip" ls "iffl '3Jiii l!i rl l tffiZf. - ''Wok- n f Cen zra, I Record. INCORPORATED MONDAY February 23 ARRIVAL OF Mardi Oras The Two Big NEW ORLEANS TUESDAY February 24 PARADE OF limn i"l W Idfcw 'i KA $1.00 Per Year In Advance. LANCASTER, - Wmmm', The Early Bird Catches The Worm Why Not Be The Early Bird. REX 2:00 p. m. and Days-F- eb MOBILE 23 and 24 PENSACOLA REX 10 Proteus Parade AT NIGHT. $19.80 $18.00 a. m., and $19.95 Comus Parade AT NIGHT. ROUND TRIP FROM LANCASTER Tickets on Sale Daily February 17 to 23 Inclusive, SLEEPING CAR FARE $4,00 TO $4.50 EACH WAY I The first farmer sending in his copy for Lincoln, Master of Men Copyright. 1914. by American Press Association. Extension Limit On Tickets To March 23 TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST FOR THE ROUND TRIP. Estimate for five days board and lodging at1.00 per day in best private homes, or $2.00 per day at good hotels, to which add the above railroad and Pullman fares. Apply to L. & N. Agent for printed list of Rooming Houses and Hotels. HOUSE and JACK t Wisdom no school ever taught; Justice no court ever knew; Humble and mighty, God's man, paradox-Linc- oln, M Qards will get them at Half Price You will have to have them so get busy and ?S'raflnlrr,ra-''RrlRrlrarrti3r3lraraJlrarJlrarTiirBi7- ijiji-iiLiLtiJiJisu&isjlsEiHl- LB W fi7innfi s laairtutairtiJEJjg;) Pres. T. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught. Sec. r.-- ,- ,- -, be the first. iMISMItIMJe E. C. Million. E. Deatherage. Treas. n I i I The Phone Madison 100. Tobacco Incorporated. DIRECTORS Warehouse Capital Stock $33,000 Co. i S E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion' Coy, E. Deatherage. J. M. HadenJ M. K. Ross. the stalwart, the true! Love beyond power of speech, Greatness beyond mortal ken, Truth beyond power of the sages to teach Lincoln, master of men. Rose Va.nB. Speece. NO NEWS Lei Lfs Serve ini ii Yovv Ilfaviis. il IEGC rur1 To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: O ONE can afford to pump water by hand for stock or house use since it is possible to 1 1 1 The Madison House has just closed another successful week selling nearly 350,000 lbs., with prices from 2c to 30c. Good tobacco being scarce, but when shown demands attention and excellent prices, while the low grades have never been higher than at present. We want to ask those who have tobacco left that you get it to market just as soon as you can, while prices are good. While we expect a steady to strong market throughout, it is best ro sell while yoa know the market is good. During the last week some of the best averages were as follows: W. C. Ross sold 1125 lbs. at average of $18.08, one basket bringing $30; Tudor & Moberly sold 3805 lbs., average of $15.99; Minter & Chamberlain sold 8890 lbs at average of $14.90, over of this crop averaged $17. Tips frozen and damaged often keep the general average low, even for an excellent crop. Price Williams soid 895 lbs., averaged $16.50; Haden Bros, sold 1005 lbs., averaged $17.95; Ross & VanArs-daltwo-thir- ds IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD NEWS, ACCORDING TO A STORY TOLD BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN. LINCOLN'S ADDRESS TO THE CITIZENS OF SPRINGFIELD ON LEAVING FOR WASHINGTON. a high grade, reliable pumping engine at a low price. Fairbanks -- Morse Eclipse Engines are Simple, Reliable and Economical Made in two sizes No. 1 and No. 1 e sold 2770 lbs for $443.50. You will remember that our market is stronger now and has been thronghout this year, than it has ever been with us, quality of tobacco considered. And we know that our buyers expect to keep this market right up to the best in the country top notch prices THE MADISON HOUSE. Thanking you, we are, Very truly yours, One of the stories persistently attrib uted to Lincoln was that referring to the brand of General Grant's whisky. That was disowned by Lincoln, who referred to its prototype when George L remarked, upon being told that General Wolfe, then in command of the English forces in Canada, u.is mad, that be wished Wolfe would bite some of his other generals. In the fall of 18G1 Lincoln entered the telegraph office where Sir. Bates, who writes these reminiscences in Leslie's Weekly, was employed and asked for news from the'fronL Manager Wilson replied. "Good news, because none," whereupon Lincoln said. "Ah, my young fnend. that rule does not always hold good, for a fisherman does not consider it good luck when be can't get a bite." David Homer Bates' "Reminiscences of Lincoln." My friends, no one not in my position can appreciate the sadness I feel at this parting. To this people I owe all that I am. Here I have lived more than a quarter of a century. Here my children were born, and here one of them lies buried. I know not how soon I shall see you again. A duty devolves upon me which is greater, ptrhaps, than any that has devolved upon any other man since the days of Washington-H- e never would have succeeded except for the aid of divine Providence, upon which he at all times relied. I feel that I cannot succeed without the same divine aid which sustained him, and upon the same Almighty Being I place my reliance for support and hope you, my friends, will pray that I may receive the divine assistance without Again I which I cannot succeed. bid you all an affectionate farewell. 2 They are easily started mil little attention. Will pump and require 1,000 gallons of water on less than one pint of gasoline. CAPACITY: No. 1, 1000 gallons and No. 2, 2000 gallons per hour against an wltL. KfM bHP?w 80 it. nead. A proportionately less quantity against a nigner head. jWpHKkt Jr-- ri No. 2 Eclipse Eneine and Jack. Enjine detached No. 1 Eclipse Eneine and Jack COY We have had a nice rain. Mrs. Ethel Metcalf visited her the past week. Ira MaSton hnnirht a vnnncr hnrao nf J. M. Amon for S100. Prof. Ben Evans closed his school at Scotts Fork on Feb. 6th. Mrs. Jpwpl Mnntffftmdnr nnH fliiM,-nvisited friends here this week. Lewis Murohv boueht from W. H. Whitaker 3 calves, price $50; also one fronvElmer East for ?20. x JUDS0N. Miss Mary Lee Lane is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ray. Born, to the wife of Mr. K. Naylor, a girl, on the 4th. Miss Ida May Trosey is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John Clark. Mr. A. D. Ford, of Lancaster, spent Tuesday with Mr. Lige Bolton. Misses Annie and Minnie Ray were called to the bedside of their- cousin, Bryant Dyehouse,. neat Bourne. - till we close. Market your tobacco at once, and continue to sell with the house that gets you the The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. i ' Eclipse Engines can easily be detached fromthe pump and used for running Washing Machine, Cream Separator, Churn, Corn Sheller, Feed Grinder, Grindstone and other light machinery about the Farm, Write us for catalog No. 7Az 06 containing detailed description, capacity tablel'etc. 1 n Fairbanks, Morse & Go. 8th Ave. and Main St, Cincinnati, Ohio gfjjjfijiJjiiiiiMjm Mi xj"3? fl' 7 v.-- y VJ.- - ?aj..v" '(..rfUft Jw-- J Ar xJt i" The Central Record, Thursday Feb 12, 1914. Page 3 A The Reliable Seed Dealers HUDSON & HUGHES Buyers of Clover The Reliable Seed Dealers Prospective K and Timothy Seed-Ta- ke Notice, SepHs r.am"prl We have the MOST COMPLETE STOCK, and most carefully selected assortment of Field g by any other house in the country. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Purity Test 99 Per CENT, THEN SOME. OUR SEED THE BEST. We only carry one grade of Field. Seed THE BEST. There is a reason. We will explain in next weeks issue of the Record Watch for it. 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We are so confident of tho marvelous power of V. D. D. that we have tal:en aavantago of tho manufacturers guare bottlo en antee, to offer you a trial. You are to Judge the merits of the remedy in your own particular case. If it doesn't help you, it costs you nothing. D. D. D. Soap is made of tho sains hcalins Ingredients. Ask us about it. full-siz- R. E. McRoberts & Son. SPECIAL OFFER Diagnosis by Electricity. For the benefit of the nervous cases that come to the doctor, it has been asserted by Scripture that it Is just as necessary to know how emotional they are as it Is to know how high the temperature Is in a case of fever. Moreover, in many cases it is necessary to find out what experiences in the past or present life of the patient produce emotions. 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Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front door frame. Doors made of California Redwood, "The Wood Eternal." The location of our factory gives us Pneumonia. Mr. Conn Asher is visiting in Lancas- ter this week. Mr. George Hammack of Green Field III., is here on a visit. Mr. G. W. Iiice spent a few days in Lexington last week. Mr. Henry Fish of Willdee is visiting his brother Mr. W. C. Fish. Mrs. Jim Champ is visiting her son, Mr. W. F. Champ of Lancaster. Mrs. Roy Williams of Cottenburg spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. R. H. Jones. The play given at the Paint Lick Consolidated high school last Tuesday night was quite a success. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker spent the day. Sunday, with Mrs. Rucker's parents at White Station, Mr. Robert Guynn has gone to Jessamine to see her sister, Miss Maggie Rennick, who is very sick. Mr. Grant Metcalf the popular clerk of W. D. Oldham in Richmond spent the day at home Sunday. Dr. C. A. 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The Record carries in stock bank Eugenics and the little god Cupid Mr. Mike Hayes, the efficient tobacco The name of Hammerstein in asINCORPORATED. never will work in harmony and the grader at the Lancaster Tobacco Ware notes, land notes etc., and upon short sociation with a theatrical organiza$1.00 a year. eugenists will finally be eliminated by house and Miss Margaret Zanone, notice can furnish mortgages and all fasoED Weekly. tion is generally accepted by theatreBY AND Cupid. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wesley Za- - r kinds of legal documents. goers as a guarantee of excellence, and none of this city, were married in DanJ. E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. Injured By Falling Tree. by the same token, the announcement Rev. Henry N. Faukoner Holding Successville last night. that Arthur Hammerstein'snew comedy While cutting a tree on his place near R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. It was quite a surprise to their opera, "The Firefly", with Miss Edith ful Meeting In Pa. Lowell on last Tuesday, John Kirby a friends and even the family knew nothThayer as the bright shining light injuries. The ing of it or even suspected that it Accompanied by a splendid likeness, Catered t the fan Office la Lancaster, Ky., a farmer received serious which will appear at the Ben Ali, Lextree fell in an opposite direction than would take place so soon. The frhnds a Coatesville Pa., paper has the fols Second-ClasHall Matter. Anti-tru- st Measures of the Administration Presented to ington's Theatre Beautiful for 3 perKirby expected and a falling limb of this couple join the Record in wish- lowing to say about a successful meetformances. Feb. 24th and 25th Matinee Member Kentucky Press Association caught him across the back and crush- - ing them much happiness. ing recently conducted there. Wednesday Feb 25th gives rise to the Congress Same as Those Previously Introduced ed h'"m severely. and i "With interest growing each and belief that this city will see something every night, the evangelistic services Eighth District Publishers League. Committee On State College Reports. out of the ordinary in the way of comic New Commissioneis For D & D School. by Congressman Stanley. at the Presbyterian Church will conoperaentertainment Arthur Hemmer-stei- n, The Senate probe committee appoint tinue all this week. Rev. H. N. r, Messrs T. B. Robinson of Garrard who is the son of the famous Lancaster, Ky., February 12, 1914. ed to investigate State University and and I. T. Lanier, Richard Gentry and the evangelist, is a man with a impresario, Oscar Hammerstein, ha3 Washington, Jan. Special. In guage because it was the best availT. B. Bright of Boyle have been ap- the colored Industrial School, has sub- most interesting manner and powerful spared neither pains nor expense to pointed Commissioners for the Kentucky mitted its report, which is a very mild address. He holds the attention of his the text and provisions of two of the able. Of all the bills before them they most Rates For Political Announcements School for the Beaf at Danville, suc-c- e one. The only recommendations of audience in convicting power from be- anti-trus- Important of the administration selected as sections of the current make this production the supreme eft bills, Introduced in congress measures (which fort ot his busy career. Otto Hauer-bac- h For Precinct and Citv Oifices . . .5 5.00 iding Messrs G. W. Welch, J. A. consequence are that scholarship stu ginning to end. It has been predicted last week, Representative A. O. Stan- text of the 1911 are to be law) the and 1912 bills which wrote the Dook and Rudolf Friml 10.00 Quisenberrv and Dr. J. F. Cheek of dents pay their own railroad fare and by some that it will not be long before Offices ?or County ley has found justification for the bear Mr. Stanley's name. The 1911 that the entire institution be placed he will take his place with men like many months he spent in investigating interlocking directorate bill, which has composed the score. In Miss Thaver's For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 Danville, whose terms have expired. .10 under military control. In regard to Sunday, Toney, Smith, Cnapman and trust relations nnd In writing his re- been lifted bodily by the lawmakers support will be found Maxfield Moree, e'er Calls, per line port and recommendations thereon. of 1914, is entirely and solely the work Berton Lenihan, Chas. H. Bowers, Bert Pullins. 10 the colored institution the committee others. Cor Cards, per line As the parallel below will show, the of Mr. Stanley. The individual bene- Wheeler. Paul Veron. Thelma Fair. praises the work of Prof. Russell, the all publications in the interThe meetings have been scccessful in administration tor The remains of Mrs. Margaret Pul bills on interlocking di- fits bill was drawn by him and tha Alice Gaillard, Etta Hager and Irene principal, and recommends that thf so far as over seventy-fiv- e est of individuals or exprespersons rectorates and on giving damage bene- other lins, wife of Mr. David C. Pullins, were Democrats on the Stanley steel Samsel. expensive dairv herd be dispensed with have accepted Christ as their personal fits to individuals In government antision ef individual views, per brought here from Berea, where her committee and was participated In by Saviour. The services will continue trust suits, approved last Thursday by Louis Brandeis and other experts. death occured, and buried in the Lan- and less expensive stock be secured. Obituaries, per line 05 Buckner Statue. every night week except Saturday. President Wilson after having been The parallel between the Stanley and caster cemetery at 3 o'clock WednesThe singing of Mr. Smith is attractiug drafted by the judiciary committee, are Clayton interlocking directorates bills j Our Honor Roll. day afternoon. Mrs. Pullins was 49 almost verbatim reproductions of sim- shows that the only important addi A special from Washington to the many to the church each night." Should the Glenn Bill become a law? years of age. and before her marriage ilar measures introduced long ago by tion of the Clayton bill is that which Louisville Times states: The following responded since last iswas Miss Margaret McCarley, a sister We think not. There is already a law the Kentucky representative. prohibits interlocking bank directo-- ) "The suggestion has come from sue to our call for help, for which we In the interlocking directorate meas- rates. Mr. Stanley made a fight for j Representative .in effect which permits the Insurance of the late James B. McCarley, and WARNING AGAINST SMALLPOX Ben Johnson that the are indeed grateful. If our delinquent ure nearly all the language of Mr. this as a separate measure in the house premiums to was a lady of many sterling qualities. Board to fix the rates of subscribers only knew the expense tha Stanley's bill of April 5. 1911, is used currency caucus deliberations in 1913, Kentucky Legislature would do well to Mr. Pullins is an olp resident of Gar-f- a State Board Of Health Of Kentucky. be charged by insurance companies ni. a tat"e f. L ; ?"' ?en; in the Clayton bill of Jan. 22, 1914, only at the suggestion of the pre rd county, having lived in the Paint we have been put to in the past three Jicensed to do business in Kentucky. Hall of Bowling Green, Ky., Feb. 9. 1914 and his penalties of $100 a day or one Ident was it omitted from the bill and BoI'varBuckner in the Any person who feels that the insur- Lick section until a few years ago when months, we feel that they would follow year's imprisonment, or both, are re- used as a separate measure of 1914. j F"ame- To the Health and Fiscal Officials the example set by the following: ance rate charged is exorbitant may he moved to Berea. produced outright In the Individual Mr- - Johnson, who was one of the Chronoloav of Bills. Mrs. Lucy Henderson, Jesse Beazley and People of Kentucky: appeal to the Insurance Board for a measure Mr. Stanley's bill of Mat Cohen For Commissioner Of AgriculDisregard of the repeated warnineof benefits 1912, The following chronological history pallbearers at the funeral of Gen. Aug. 2, reduction of the rates. The Insurance W, R. Preston. is used almost In its en- shows how J. G. Burnside, Uta Ttnn.A LJ the Stanley bills of yester- Buckner, reached Washington Sunday una xjuaiu :111 MAAHJ uauger ui a tirety by the anti-truicgaiu experts of the day Board is appointed by the State Audture. Phillip Mahoney, Robert Shearer. wide spread epidemic iu uie became the Wilson laws of today: after having spent a part of the holiday of smallpox this present administration. itor and the Insurance Companies have April 5. 1911, the Stanley interlock- season in Louisiana and Kentucky. Geo. Burdett. winter is indicated by its existence in A pretty good sized boom is under J. L. Woner, Stanley Finds Justification. nothing to do with its selection cr make ing bill was Introduced. Gen. Buckner was a native Kent-- ) way throughout the state for clever James Robinson, J. H. Witt. one third of the counties of the State. Thus, after a long wait, Mr. Stanley May 4, 1911, the Stanley steel inves- uckian and up. The proposed measure would per died in the room he was Milton Ward. The disease, repeatedly stamped out in Is able to demonstrate that his pioneer tigation was authorized. this Board to collect out of the Mat Cohen for Commissioner of Agric- J. M. Teater. mit years ago," saidJMr. ulture, and a dispatch from Danville to T. K. Watson, many counties, has been reintroduced activities against interlocking directoAug. 2, 1912. the Stanley Steel com- born in ninety-on- e gross premiums paid into the Insurance J. H, Watson. in the eastern section of the State rates in 1911, nnd the report of his mittee reported the interlocking bill of Johnson, "He was a man whom every companies a sum estimated to be One the daily papers states than Mt. Cohen Mrs. J. A. Hubble. O. J. Hendren. will announce in the near future. Mat through continued disregard and committee which investigated the April 5. 1911, and the new individual Kentuckian and every American, reHundred Thousand Dollars. gardless of political affiliations, could Cohen is splendidly qualified for this Miss Virginia Carter, Mrs E H Walker violation of the law and of the rules of United States Steel corporation In 1912 benefit bill. The expenditure of this money is have become the gospel of the presiJan. 20, 1914. the president position and his wide acquaintance and Thomps Arnold Jr. J. W. Aker. the Board, requiring that no unvac-cinate- d dent and his advisers in 1914. The mended that congress enact recom- well be proud of. A distinguished Conleft almost entirely to the discretion of popularity would make him these federate soldier and an eminent statesa strong W. H, Hamilton, Prof. J. W. Ireland. person shall be employed, on proof presented in the parallel col- measures among others. the Board, which embraces a creation the part of railroad construction com- umns below Is so absolute as to leave Jan. 22. 1914, the Clayton bills In- man, Buckner's memory should be of a number of new offices and the em- contender for the nomination. He has a host of friends in Garrard who aro cluding the Stanley text were intro perpetuated by the State of Keutucky panies and other large employers of no shadow of doubt behind it ployment of an army of helpers. This by the placing of a statue of him m the Representative C. C. Carlin of Vir- duced. anxious for an opportunity to get to Instructed To Vote Against Insurance unskilled labor. Prompt prosecution would probably result in an organiza vote for him. A reading of the following parallel Hall of Fame. I ceJtainly favor honby county attorneys will cause the en- ginia and other members of the judition of a political board which would be ciary subcommittee, which forcement of this rule and will save the administration bills, freely framed the will show to what extent the Stanley oring hin in that way." .more harmful to the State than the Art Exhibit Of Unusual Interest. admit that text was lifted after three and two Although entitled to two 'statues in proposed remedies as contended for by There is no measure pending before counties of the state thousands of dol: they used Mr. Stanley's old time lan- - years, respectively: the Hall of Fame, Kentucky has not Commencing last Tuesday, and conlars. xhe supporters of the bill. availed herself of the opportunity to tinuing all this week, there is being this Session of the Legislature that IHTERL0CKIHG DIRECTORATES. More than 25,000 cases and 335 deaths Another very objectionable feature remember any of her worthy sons in held at the School Auditorium, the has caused so muchdiacussion in this have been caused from smallpox in CLAYTON BILL. STANLEY BILL. is the encouragement of a discrimina- Harace K. Turner Art Exhibit for the community as the Glenn Insurance Bill, this way because disagree of (Introduced Jan. 22, 1914.) Kentucky since 1898. The care and (Introduced April 5, 1911.) tion in rates of premiums. We think Last ments as to whom to so honor. benefit of the Lancaster Graded School. known as Senate Bill No. 109. "Section 1. From and after two prevention of this disease has cost our "From and after June 30, 1911, ne all prrsonsun the State should have the Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis. years from the date of approval of school week petitions were sent from here to counties and cities $625,650 and the person who is engaged as an indiname rate upon the same class of risk The patrons and friends of the this act no person who is engaged Henry Clay, and other great men were are very fortunate indeed to have the both Representative J. R. Mount and business loss is estimated at$l,500,000. vidual or as a member of a partunder the same conditions. This bill as an individual, or as a member Senator Charles Montgomery urging born in Kentucky. Lincoln is already nership, or as a director or other Vaccination, properly done with reliable of a partnership, or as a director .permits the shrewd and influential an opportunity to see this collection of its defeat. Upon his return from officer, or an employes of a corporepresented in the Hall of Fame with reproductions, the finest ever gathered or other officer of a corporation in virus and repeated every seven years, advantage over the less experienced ration, in the business, in whole or two statues." the business, in whole or in part, together in this country. The pictures Frankfort Saturday Mr. Mount felt is required by law and no person who who must have insurance to protect in part, of manufacturing or sellof manufacturing or selling railare finely mounted and hung, and af- that the bill was not fully understood has complied with this law has had their property. Theie is no objection ing railroad cars or locomotives, or road cars or locomotives, or railford an excellent occasion to view the by some of those who petitioned him, smallpox in Kentucky. Our Home Town. It costi the road raits, or structural steel, or railroad rails, or structural steel, or ix the regulation of corporations in the field of reproductive and he asked a meeting of those interart available for ested the Police Court room on mining or selling coal, or the conmining and selling coal, shall act ilounds of reason, but there is such a the average man one dollar to be vaccinat at duct of a bank or trust company, The day seldom arrives in a man's as a director or other officer or emthing as carryieg any proposition to this purpose. The hours are from 10 evening oi u eDruary stn, iai4, tor a ed and $140 and six to fourteen weeks shall act as a director or other ofployee of any railroad company life when he ceases to be interested in A. M. to 12 A. M., 2.30 P. M. to 4.30 smallpox. Reliable ficer or employee of any railroad or the extreme and we think this bill falls In isolation to have which conducts an interstate comthe daily or weekly paper of the place P. M., 7.30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Season public discussion of the measure. other public service corporation within that class of legislation. merce business. response to the invitation about forty fresh vaccine points will be furnished tickets are on sale for 25 cents and which conducts an interstate busiby the Board for the use of health "Sec 2. That any person who that he has once called home. Granted ness. that it is printed on the poorest paper, every one should take advantage of citizens had assembled when the ap authorities for $6.50 per hundred, and shall be guilty of a violation of this "See. 3- - That any person who law shall be punished by a fine of "Telephone Rales In The Future. granted that the typographical display this excellentopportunity and encourage pointed hour arrived. R. H. Batson are available at any time. shall violate section 1 or section 2 was elected chairman of the meeting. $100 a day for every day during would make the spirit of Ben Franklin hereof shall be guilty of a misdeThe County may fix telephone rates those who made it possible to bring Thereupon Representative Mountasked Most of our cases of smallpox are which he shall act as a director, them here. blush; granted that there are no meanor and shall be punished by a officer or employee of the railroad mild, but at best it is a loathsome disl by franchise as well as the city accord- for a statement from those opposing fine of $100 a day for each day of editorials, or editorials that are not company, or by imprisonment for - ing to recent decision of the Courts. Why Society Editors Are Dippy. the continuance of such violation tiie bill and in response Mr. F. P. Fris-bi- e ease. It is easy to prevent and it is such period as the court may desworth reading grant all this, and still When the rarious telephone systems or by imprisonment for such period In the unlawful not to be vaccinated. ignate, not exceeding one year, or your feelings and mine and briefly stated the objectionable "Don't forget to put in about the those of as the court may designate, not exby both such fine and imprisonwere constructed in this State in most presence of its present widespread real bird of paradise plumes that my features of the measure. Representa every other health mortal are summed ceeding one year, or by both, in the ment, in the discretion of the - instances a franchise had been previous existence iu the State, intelligent peotive J. R. Mount took the floor and discretion of the court." daughter Effie wore." up in this little poem, from Denver court.' ly procured by the Companies from ple should not wait for the law to force "We would like to have you publish made a vigorous attack upon the inPost: INDIVIDUAL BENEFIT BILLS. duty. some city, but only a permit was ob- Law abida full list of the wedding presents. surance companies and undertook to them to an evident When the evenin shade is fallin at will now be iained from the Fiscal Courts for a CLAYTON BILL. He was plied with ing people have already or defend the bill. STANLEY COMMITTEE BILL. simply the endin' o' the day, "right to use ths public highways for They arewait out magnificent."until the questions constantly from the audience vaccinated. Otheis should be required (Introduced Jan. 22, 1914.) (Introduced Aug. 2, 1912.) in the hall "Just An' a feller rests from labor, smokin .tfce erection of poles and stringing the "Sec. 12. That whenever in any "Sec. 15. Whenever in any suit party is over and I will give you all cf during his talk. After he Lad finished to do so by the proper authorities. at hi3 pipe o clay. suit or proceeding, civil or crimiwires. The Courts now hold it to be By order of the Board: brought by or on behalf of the the measure, it was attacked by attor-neysthe details". nal, brought by or on behalf of the There's nothin' does him so much the law that these permits thus obtainG. South, M. D. President. John United States a final judgment or L. Walker and J. E. Robinson in government under the provisions of "Don't forget to say the table was good, be fortune up or down. ed from the various Counties are void this act, a final judgment or decree decree shall have been rendered to The at A. T. McCormack, M. D. Secretary. rather lengthy arguments. decorated with syringas." As the little country paper from his and the poles and wires can be removed "My husband and I are going to Chi torneys thought the pending measure shall have been rendered to the the effect that a defendant in vioOle Home Town. effect that a defendant, in violation at any time by order of the Fiscal cago to grand opera. But please don't unnecessary, unwise and unjust legislation of the provisions of this act of the provisions of this act, has Court. Instead of the country people It ain't a thing of beauty and its has entered into a combination in entered into a contract, combinathe paper. That is why lation. The part ot the bill that allowbeing at the mercy of the city to fix mention it in print ain't always clean, tion in form of trust or otherwise, restraint of trade, or has monopoed the collection and expenditure of r I called you up." or conspiracy in restraint of trade the rates to be charged them by franBut it straightens out his temper lized or attempted to monopolize, (By Wm. F. Miller.) sure and put my husband's mid the estimated sum of one hundred or commerce among the several chise it now proves to be within the dle"Be in it. He is very particular thousand dollars ($100,000.00) was when a feller's feelin' mean. or has combined with any person name states or with foreign nations, or power of the County to sell franchises to monopolize, any part of the trade It takes the wrinkles off his face an' has monopolized or attempted to about that. So that there will be no thought to be unwise as well as unnecMiss Nolands' room exercises Friday fixing telephone rates to be charged or commerce among the several monopolize, or combined with any brushes off the brown. mistaks, I am enclosing one of his en- essary because it would tend to build morning were very much enjoyed. person or persons to monopolize, states or with foreign nations, the throughout the County. The decision That little country paper fron his graved calling cards. I gave them to up an offensive political machine by any part of the trade or commerce Miss Smith's room will entertain Friexistence of such illegal combinaof the Court referred to is not only a him for his birthdav and he always the political board who had in charge Old Home Town. among the several states or with tion or monopoly or of such attempt day morning. The public is invited. satisfaction to the country people of leaves them at home in my desk," foreign nations, the existence of the expenditure. It was thought by to monopolize shall, to the full exIt tells of all the parties an' the balls Mr. Richards was a visitor at our such illegal contract, combination the State, but gives cities which have these gentlemen that the present law, tent to which the issues of fact or of Pumpkin Row, or conspiracy in restraint of trade, unwisely disposed of telephone fran- Prof. G. L. Waterbury Turns The Trick. which gave to the people through school Thursday and gave an interestlaw were litigated, and to the fuli its 'Bout who spent Sunday wich who's or of such attempt or conspiracy to ing talk. chises that do not fully protect their extent to which such fact, judgment officers the absolute authority to fix monopolize, shall, to the girl an' how the crops'll grow, extent rights the opportunity to get relief Prof. G. L. Waterbury, formerly of the rates of insurance in the State to SPELLING match The spelling match to which such judgment full decree or decree would constitute in any or An' how it keeps a feller posted 'bout Consolidated Schools, but through franchises sold by the County. Paint Lick would constitute in any other proother proceeding an estoppel as bein a few days, when be sufficient. The proposed law they will be announced who's up an' who is down, ceeding an estoppel as between the tween the United States and such This is a very important decision since now happily located at Union City, thought would give the wealthy and it will be. That little country paper from his government and such person, concomes to our rescue and gives us the defendant, constitute as against in many communities there has been a influential cheaper insurance, while the The exhibition of art photographs stitute as against such defendant following statictics; Old Home Town. such defendant conclusive evidence consolidation of telephone companies conclusive evidence of the same less fortunate would pay a higher rate. which opened in the Lancaster High Union City, Ky. of the same facts and be conclusive Now, I like to read the dailies an' the and a raise of rates and this gives to and be to the After everybody had had an opportun- School Auditorium Wednesday morning facts issues ofconclusive as of any Central Record, as to the same issues of law in fasame law in favor story papers too, Xhe people some protection against this express, his views the consent of represents the first thing in this line vor of any other person in any othity to Lancaster, Ky. ether party in any other proceeding An' at time3 the yaller novels an' .form of the destruction of competition. er proceeding brought under or inJ. R. Mount was obtained to take a which ever visited Lancaster and brought under or involving the Dear some otner trasn aon t you: volving the provisions of this act." provisions of this act." your request in last issue. vote as to the sense of the meeting, merits a good attendence. But when I want some readin' that'll ARTHUR B. KROCK. permit me to say tnat rehruary came and a motion was made and unanimous Judge Burnside 111. The Horace K. Turner Art exhibit of brush away a frown in on Sunday in the years 1801, 7, 18, ly carried that Garrard County's rep- photographs is now at the school I want that little paper from my i'udge R. A. Burnside was taken sud 29. 35, 46, 63, 74, 85, 91 and 1903. Also resentative vote against the measure Auditorium, and is for the benefit of Old Home Town. flenly ill on Wednesday, and it was at So help you God?" if nothing breaks or flies off, it will and use his efforts to defeat it. The school, The admission Unique Marriage. .first though that his malady was serious. come in on Sunday in the years 1925, present board of Insurance Commiss- the Lancaster Ticket only 25 cts Jim having given the usual affirma fee for a season is iHowever, he quickly rallied and is very 31, 42, 53, 59, 70, 81, 87 and 98. In Sumner county, Tennessee, lives tive answer, the Squire to Bet By ioners is appointed by the State Audi- and that admits you to all the enterFor Sale. much improved, and it is thought that that time none of us will care whether tor. It is reported that the Auditor tainments during the Horace K. Turner an Irish magistrate, a man of liberal "Bet, will you take Jim he will within a few days have entirely February keeps or not. A six year in- has been sending out petitions for the exhibit herp. My Chalmers auto practically good a3 And cling to him, education and a full quota of that mothxeeovfired- new. In perfect mechanical condition. terval is iegularly sandwiched in after purpose of having signatures obtained Both out and in Mrs. V. A. Lear; Mrs. W. R. Cook; er wit for which his people are noted. Varnish and paint bright and polished Through thick and thin, two eleven year intervals, except at asking for the enactment of the law. Mrs. F. M. Tinder; Mrs. W. A. Price; A short time ago a negro pair named Gospel Meeting At Court House. just as it came from factory. the change of centuries, where an ex- The petition sent here failed of any Mrs. J. W. Beagle Mrs. Alex Walker Jim and Bet called upon the Squire to Holding him to your heart Four perfectly new unused tires not even Till death do you part?" A Gospel meeting is in progress at, tra twelve year interval comes in be signatures. and daughter little Miss Virginia Pearl; be united "for better or worse," probBet modestly acquiesced and the new- soiled. die court house this week and will Co- tween 1891 and 1903. Preceding this Mr, J. R. Mount seems to be dissat Mrs. Jesse Dunn; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ably the latter. Having had some noThis car has never been wet and top was a six year interval and following isfied with the effects of the meeting Dickerson and son; Mrs. Siler; Miss tice of their coming, he prepared and ly married couple were dismissed with ntinue through Sunday night. The has never been laid back but is perthis "topper over all." are being conducted by Miss Ella it there has been one of eleven years he called on Saturday last and now re- Lena Bright; Miss Edna Gulley; Miss actually used this unique ceremony: "Through life's alternate joy and strife. fectly clean and creasless. "Jim, will you take Bet, Power of Ireland and Miss Sadie Ward with a similar one to follow, after ports that he would like to have anoth- Maggie Brown; Mrs. Dr. O'Bannon; Reason for selling want a new Six Without any regret, I now pronounce you man and wife. of Kadison county Ky. Oood crowds which the usual order of 6, 11, 11 will er hearing at the Police Court room Mrs. J. S. Johnson and Bro.. Pollitt Go up life's hill till you get to the level. cylinder 1914 Chalmers. Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, at which were visitors at our school Friday To love and to cherish, ..ere attending the services and the talks continue to the end of the century. Yours truly, And salute your bride, you rusty black time he hopes to make a better show- morning and were present for Miss J. E. Stormes, 'Till one of you perish traade are interesting' Everyone is inG. L. Waterbury. Lancaster, fcy. ing in the defense of the measure. Nolands' exercises. devil." And is laid under the sod, t vited to attend. The Central Record STANLEY BILLS INDORSED THE PRESIDENT JUDICIARY COMMITTEE s Faul-cone- I J?"" ! -- L. School Notes. -- I ser-vic- es 4&b ' ."' - ' si.'V ' trx . . - .A The Central Record, Thursday Feb. i2 1914. The Greatest and best Plow made. Page 5 H III I HI :: Lincoln's Strange Dream I 11 Gossip About People A vsv A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Arc Interested In. Miss Lilly Jones is recuperating after an attack oftonsilitis. JOHN DEERE STEEL and SYRACUSE PLOWS Miss Annell Tomlinson Vulcan Plows at reduced prices, All kinds of Plow Gear. Prices right after a visit to Lexington Miss Altha Jones was a recent visitor of Miss Bessie Layton at McCreary. is at home relatives. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Your rr Mrs. Ed Collier, of Danville, was the recent guest of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Mr. Jo, Burnside is visiting hia brother Dr. W. Burnside in Barbours-ville. I v tral " Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey has been in Staniord visiting her father, Mr. W. ISN'T ji A. Carson, AnsTTsH. t"i OF Mrs. Ed Price is at home after a JV3T SUZZtTG K visit to her sister, Mrs. George Ballew of Richmond. H WE. fir Mrs. Logan Wood, of Danville, was JSJUW the recent guest of her sister, Mrs. SATISFACTION PMASE John M. Mount. En Mrs. Robert Gulley entertained at a is what you are 12 oclock dinner on Saturday in honor of a few friends. chiefly after, any Mr. A. R. Denny has been in body can sell shoes. Butjto keep on selling them season Mrs. Micheal Ray and daughter to see his grand daughter, satisfying after season to the same persons that means Miss Ruth, write their Buckeye friends Mrs, Kelley Francis. the customers or they would not come back. We fit you that they are having a delightful time Mrs. Henley V. Bastin, and little visiting friends and relatives at differ- before we let you leave the store; give the best made, most daughter, have been in Nicholasville, ent points in Illinois. stylish and Best Finished Shoes and guarantee their duravisiting Mrs. Charles Denman. bility. And the prices are also satisfactory. The many friends of Mrs. D. M. Miss Brunette D. Arnold has re- Lackey will be glad to know that she turned from an extended visit to Shelby is improving gradually and hopes to be ville and other points in the state. out in the near future. Mrs. Lackey Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury left Mon- has been suffering for several weeks day for a month stay with her daugh- from a severe attack of laryngitis. ter Mrs. J. M. Staughton, ot CovingLittle Miss Jane Evans Price's third ton. birthday was observed by a dainty parMiss Sue Shelby Mason who spent ty being given her at the home of her a few days with Mrs. Lamont Hankla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price returned to her home in Lancester in Danville. The winsome little Miss is a grand daughter of Mrs. D. M. Sunday. Junction City Picayune. Lackey, of this city. The Chautauqua Circle met Monday In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our afternoon with Miss Bettie Robinson "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" at the home of Mrs. Alex Walker. The would have elicited a prompt answer a subject discussed was "Epic Poetry." the Leland Hotel yesterday, for there were no less than five persons bearing Judge and Mrs. M, D. Hughes, a that euphonious appellation registered popular and highly esteemed couple of at the hostelry at one and the same the community celebrated their 45th time. They were Richard and Walter in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Feb 23rd. marriage anniversary on Monday by Kelly, of Springfield, Bennie and JosLancaster is one of the best stock markets in Cen- serving a dinner to the immediate fam- eph Kelly, of Lancaster, and Miss ily circle. Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for Johnnie Glenn came down from Mt. Mary Kelly, of Richmond Lexington Leader. those who buy and a buyer for those who sell at our Sterling Saturday and returned Mon Miss Emma Doty, of Lancaster, is Mr. Glenn is buyer the to Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can day. breaks at Mt.a Sterlingonand Win the guest of her sister, Mrs. George bacco cattle. We have take care of chester and a frequent visitor in Lan- Bogard. . . . Mrs, J. T Arnold, of this caster, probably, inspecting the local city has been visiting friends in LanMr. Clarence Hicks was caster. 600 market. with Lancaster friends last Sunday.. Mr. Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell 111., George Hammack, of Greenfield, Miss Stella Hendren spent the week came last week for a ten days end with her parents in Lancaster.. . . . February. stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in visit to his uncle and aunt Mr. J. 0. Mrs A. R. Denny entertained infor Reid and Mrs. S. E. Hammack. Mr. mally at bridge the past week in honor Himmack has been absent from this of Mr. and Mrs. J Hale Dean two very county for 25 years, and this is his popular members of Richmond Society, first visit back to his old home. Madisenian. Lancaster, Ky. tW SHOE $8L IrH ift lin Dr. Wm. Burnett was in Lovisville Mr. W. S. Elkin, Jr. of Atlanta was the recent guest of his father and sis this week for a short stay. "" ter. Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford with Mrs. Ada Kinnaird is in Cincinnati her daughter Mrs. Ernest Bohon Campthis week purchasing her stock of bell. spring millinery. Mr. and Mrs James A. Beazley were Mrs. John Walker and attractive visitors in Stanford the first of the little daughter of Middlesboro were the week, guest of Mrs. W. H. Ward last week, Mrs. Ed Price and N, B. Price were Mrs. Jno. Land has returned home in Danville this week with Dr. S. P. from Winchester where she has been and Mrs. Grant. the guest of her cousin, Mrs. D. Young, Miss Kathleen Hanley, of Nicholasthe past week. ville will arrive Friday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Scott, of Low Miss Minnie Brown er Garrard, spent the week end at Mr. John Glenn of Winchester was Georgetown with her mother, Mrs, the guest of Miss Bessie Brown SatAnna B. Singleton. urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs- - Jas. Mahonoy and gone to Louisville to make Mr. Joe O'Hearn, of Texarkana Tex. family have their future home and we regret very was with Mr. and Mrs. Jame3 I. Hamilton for several days visit. much to give them up. Dr. Burnett accompanied Mr. HarMesdames Duncan and Gaines were rison H. Coldiron to Louisville on Mon honor guests at quite a number of soday, where the latter will undergo an cial affairs while in Louisville. operation at one of the hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden. Joe Misses Laura. Katie and Nellie Haselden and Miss Kathleen Walter Mahoney and brother.Mars, left Friday motored to Harrodsburg Monday. for their future home in Louisville Ky. after a week visit to their sister Mrs, Mr. J. S. Bowman returned Tuesday to his home in Lewis county, alter Will Naylor. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. The many friends of Mr. James Hil ton will be glad to know that he has Mrs. Samuel Cotton has returned sufficiently recovered from his recent from a protracted visit of several weeks motorcycle accident as to be able to be to relatives in Oklahoma City, Oklaon the street. homa. Reverend J. Rockwell Smith and Dr. James B. Kinnaird were in Danville Monday evening for the Alumni Banquet. Miss Nannie Anderson leaves next week for Louisville where she will purchase spring millinery for R. S. Browns Store. M M-- I U YODUFIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D Before His Death 'H II Fresh fish Can you at Currey's. M Country jowl and Kale at Currey's. noon of the day on which Lincoln was shot a cabinet meet ing was held, which the president attended, accompanied by General Grant. The meeting was thus described by one of the men who were present Gideon Welles, secretary of tho navy. "Congratulations were Interchanged and earnest Inquiry was made whether any Information had been received from General Sherman. General Grant, who was Invited to remain, said he was expecting hourly to hear from Sherman and had a good deal of anxiety on the subject of the movements of his army. "The president remarked that news would come soon, and come favorably, he bad no doubt, for he had last night his usual dream which had preceded nearly every important event of the war. I inquired the particulars of this remarkable dream. He said It was in my department It related to the water; that he seemed to be In a singular and Indescribable vessel, but always the same, and that he was moving with great rapidity toward a dark and indefinite shore; that he had had this singular dream preceding the firing on beat it. AT Town Property For Sale. My house and Iot on Lexington street Lancaster, Cy. for $4500. Mrs. Fannie Walker. For Sale 154J acres land near Hyattsville Ky. If not sold by March 1st. would lease to one or more parties for tobrcco or hemp. Address, Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. For Sale. For Sale at a bargain. 140 acres of fine new land with improvements and plenty of water. J. W. Caldwell. McKinney Ky. ' 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. Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store for renewals for papers and magazine3. Get my catalog prices. 3t-p- d. We have l ro R. S. BROWN. ii :c Mrs. Dollie Brown. SWEET CLOVER :c Mesdames Mattie Duncan and Edward C. Gaines, have returned from a pletsant visit to Mrs. C. C. Brown, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton will spend a few days in Louisville this week, and will attend the Automobile shows whilethere, Mrs. J. B. Soper was hostess to the members of the missionary society of the Baptist church. An inviting luncheon was served. Miss Annie Margaret Elkm is expected home this week from a delightful visit of two months to her brother, W. S. Elkin in Atlanta. Miss Minnie Gulley entertained the B. Y. P. U. at her home Friday evenm, g, amE.siEEP.iiis The great new fertilizer and equal to alfalfa in hay and pasture Write for price list of seed and "Free Circular" telling how to grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. pd R. D. 4. Falmouth. Ky. land-builde- r- For Sale. New Stock Pens 1200 Covered Pens for Cattle and feed for all. J. N. ROSS, Prop. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee FA m favorite Recipes jj)f BY MRS. C. C. BECKER. & IP Knows Women. m and TEEBBEBB8BBEES&ESBBBBBEBEB8EEESEEESBEEBE save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, 2 cups of white 1 1 Hickory Nut Cake. sugar cup of butter cup of sweet milk 4 cups of flour Whites of 8 eggs 2 teaspoona of Royal Baking Powder Lastly add 2 or 3 cups of kernels well floured. Filling for above cake. Cook 3 cups of white sugar a little longer than for plain icing. Beat the yolks of 5 eggs very light, add to them 5 tablespoons of flour, thin this with 1 :up of cream. Let it cool a few minutes, then pour gradually over the egg mixture stirring constantly. Add 3 cups of kernels and 1 tablespoon of butter, put on stove and cook a few minutes stirring constantly, flavor with vanilla. Mortgage. Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. b The Garrard Bank & Trust Company We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. BEAZLEY & COLLIER 0 Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. r Jl .w ins S&IHKSI nr.r. PLn L!J k mmi wm n our office and have a little lumber talk. We can give you some tips well worth know ing. If you propose to build, enlarge or LUMBER office 1 ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health and Saves Money 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 moder- and Makes Better Food ( ately for the lumber you require. C m Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. past due, please come in and settle. Miss Rella Arnold. ing. Delicious refreshments added to "THE NEWS WHiIt COME," SAID LI.SX0LN. the pleasure of the guests. Sumter, the battles of Bull Run. Antie-tnGettysburg. Stone IUver, Vlcks-burMiss Georgia Dunn has been spendWilmington and many other Iming a part of the week in Louisville, ' portant events of the war. where she made several addresses in "General Grant remarked with some the three weeks Christian Endeavor emphasis and asperity that Stone RivI compaign going on in Louisville. er was no victory, that a few sneh victories would Mrs. Theodore B. Wintersmith was and he knew have ruined the country, of no important results host yesterday at an informal tea given from It The president said that per- On Saturday March 7 1914 in honor of Mrs. Connor Brown's guests, ' haps he should not altogether agree at 10 o'clock a. m.. I will offer for sale Mesdames Mattie Duncan and E. C. with him, but whatever might be the to the highest bidder, on the premises Gaines, of Lancaster. Courier Journal, facts his singular dream preceded that known as the old Wade Walker farm. fight 3 miles from Kirksville, on the Kirks-vill- e "Victory did not always follow his and Hyattsville turnpike, the foldream, but the event and results were Prof. J. W. Ireland Here. lowing. important Be had no doubt that a STOCK For several davs this wpk. Prof .1 battle had taken place or was being W. Ireland representing the American fought 'and Johnston will be beaten, Peavine Stallion, 16 hand Book Co, has been mingling in our for I had this strange dream again last high, good style andjaction; 1 Jack, 14 hands high, bbek with midst. With Mr. Ireland's knowledge night It must relate to Sherman: my of school work his Dresent unsifinn thoughts are In that direction, and I white points, has been stood four seaknow of seems to fit him admirably and he tak- which is no other very important event sons satisfactorily; 1 Jack. likely jutt now to occur.'" 14 hands, good bone and muscle, black es to it like a duck to water. with white points; 1 gray Notice To Teachers. Jack; 1 sorrel combined horse.lO-years-oltc 1 4- - year-ol- d HOW LINCOLN AMUSED EX combined sorrel horse; c The teachers of the county are re1 sorrel mare, BUREN. in foal by PRESIDENT VAN quested to call at my office on Saturday tc jack; 1 black brood mare in foal by February 14th. bringing with them all fc jack; 1 June, 1842. mare, broke of their reports and books. The money IN Everyday Life relates 'The tc to work sorreldrive: 1 bay brood mare; 1 of Abraham tc and is now here ready for disbursment, Van Lincoln." sorrel mare, 1 bay yearling but I cannot pay teachers unless their Buren was Journeying through - filly; 2 yearling black horse mules; 1 K reports are all in and their registers Illinois with a company of sorrel colt, Sorrel horse y and reports signed. friends. When near Springfield 1 yearling pony ;1 Jersey cow they were delayed by bad roads tc ears-olIt Jennie Higgins, Supt. and calf; 1 Jersey heifer;l black milch and were compelled to spend the K night at Rochester, some miles tc cow, will be fresh in April, fine milker: Foreman's Gentle Hint out The accommodations at tc 1 Jersey cow, calf just weaned; 3 stands A gang of laborers was employed this place were very poor, and a of bees and 8 new bee gums; 1 binder; digging a mysterious ditch across the Springfew of the 1 wheat drill; 1 buggy; some household street. It was a sewer or a place to field friends proposed to go out and kitchen furniture. put a gas pipe or something. One man to Oioet him and try to aid in enIn particular was working aa If he At same time and place will sell tertaining blni. Knowing Lin- tc were a chorus man In a play, just 247 ACRES OF LAND coln's ability as a talker and going through the motions and prestory teller, they begged him to tc Lying on Paint Lick creek in Madi tending to dig a ditch. The foreman go with them and aid in making fc son county, about 1 mile from Cotton came along and spoke to him. "Don't tc their guest at the country inn tc burg with deeded road from Poosey be afraid," he said, with rich sarcasm. pas3 the evening ns pleasantly tc Ridge, known as the Nathaniel Cotton tc "Lean on th' shovel now an' thin. If Lincoln, with his tc farm. as possible. it breaks I'll pay for it!" Said farm will be sold in three usual good nature, went with tc tc them and entertained the party -tc tracts of 53. 100 and 94 acres respectively, and then as a whole, the for hours with graphic descripArcheologlcal Find. way bringing the most money will be tions of western life, anecdotes Some interesting remains of an old and witty stories. Jude Peck, tc accepted. Terms made known on day Friary have been brought to light who was of the party and a tc of sale. J. A. COTTON. during alterations to Cromwell House warm friend of the R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. tc birthplace of Oliver the site of the says that Lincoln was at his best Phone Paint Lick Exchange. Cromwell, at Huntingdon, England. and declares. "1 never passed a Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. The remains Include the base of a wall more Joyous night" There was with parts of two doorways. Tho a constant succession of brilliant tc foundation of a large chimney stack anecdotes and funny stories, achas been found, and in one hearth companied by loud laughter, in tc ashes still remained. The house is which Van Buren bore his full tc believed to have been founded by the share. "He also," says the AugUBtlnlan Friars shortly before Judge, "gave us Incidents and tc 1285. anecdotes of EUsba Williams K and other leading members of K tc the New York bar and going X Book Windows. back to the days of Hamilton tc Books are the windows through and Burr. Altogether there was which the soul looks out A home a right merry time, and Mr. Van without books Is like a room without Buren said the only drawback windows. No man has a right to bring upon bis enjoyment was that his up his children without surrounding sides were sore from laughing at them with books, if he has the means Lincoln's stories for a week to buy them. It Is a wrong to his thereafter." family. He cheats them! The love of knowledge comes with reading, and kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk grows upon it. And th love of knowledge, In a young mind, is almost a warrant against the inferior excitement of passions and vices. Henry Ward Beecher. OnlefclT rallaTM TlrMmmttm. Sara Xm. claa. Xearalria. Uackaehfl. Headache and Mm ioor moner Her naxt of tha iot acha In anT diceuiiiiuibodr nuauiea use. Your account is already xusova Mir .7. .irAt jlu Jrugvuts jrncmBOc aunla aad obwlar Mat ra rvqiart. I wish to sell privately my farm containing about sixty acres of land, well watered and located 4J miles from Lancaster on Danville pike and J mile from pike near Uix 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 lamb about March 16th. Jerry Bland, Lancaster. Ky. Public Sale d; -- 4-- d; DAILY -- -- Coir ler Journal and Central Record ONE YEAR a -.. 1 m For $3.50 342EftafJa9L WK0UN HEMEDT COHTJUIT, Kr. This does not apply to residents of Lancaster. , ,'V1-- n Page r. The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 12, 1914. her duplicity before Dell Gordon's reproachful eyes. "But it will have to be done the hardest way!" she murmured as she hurried on. "I deserve it all, every bit. It makes me sick to think of myself then. I L Ms 'Lnltt I couldn't do It now; I care too much for Abel. It's In a new. differeut way. I guess." Wickersham's bookstore was brilCopyright, ISH. by American Press liantly lighted this eve of St. Valenciatlon. tine's day. There was :i constant hare and fWIIK frozen branches of the came stream of people passing in were out of niiicli the doorway. Within there 9 trees creaked jis tlie wind JL out of the north. The black mirth and merry chatter among the trunks stood boldly against the young customers as they examined the gay valentines s- e.id i n the counters ruddy suiiM-- t sky. Imogen saw .'.bi'l's 1:m.i:1 shoulders "It" looks like a CliiKtuiao caid or u valentine." muttered Abel Dycks as be pushing through the crowd tirvanl the (iordonV opened h!s kitchen door and turned , back of the store, where Dell appeared crisp, fair curls ami sad face away from the evening sky. i Within tlie warm, tozy room he could behind the counter. see the trim form of his uncle's widow. She must be there, shoulder toshoul Abel, so that he should have Lizzie Dycks. w ho kept house for him. der with fair chance Willi Dell. "It's coming out colder. Aunt Liz- a Imogen nodded greetings right air1 zie," he said as lie removed his outdoor left as she hurried towanl Abel Those thing. ml Abel smiled know 'So Imogen says," flung Aunt Lizzie who knew her A marriage beover her shoulder as she opened the ingly at each other. tween the young f. inner and his half oven door. "Imogen!" Abel wheeled about and cousin was expected. Dell Gordon were stared at his aunt. "Imogen!" he re-- ) Abel Dycks and alone for a moTsent p'eated stupidly. I me "Calling me?" There was a swish of "Dell, tellguess what I happened. what did" silken skirts as Abel's pretty half cous- never could Dell shrugsod her thin shoulders. in glided Into the kitchen. She held "You never did anything much." she xout slender hands glittering with cheap Imogen!" rings. A deep rose glowed in her thin, said reluctantly. "Hello. Abel frowned down at the new ardark face, and the scarlet of her lips Imogen's lips were pale as they t'Was pressed in a straight hard line. rival. eyes had lost their old time framed her confession. Her black put in thing. "You softness. It was as If the past three Imogen didn't do a"1 was Abel," who Ivstily. the one years behind the counter of a city department store had inca-e- d her in r made th trouble." was "Imogen!" Abel's protest brittle armor of resistance to all softendrowned in the girl's low voiced coning influences. Abel shook hands with her and asked fession 'I must tell what I did. I am sorry perfunctorily concerning her life in the town. Imogen chattered gayly as she Forry. but it is not too late. You sent a valentine to Dell that day three flew about helping her mother place years ago. I I saw it on your bureau, supper on the table. I took I "I didn't take any vacation last sum- and. oh. Abel, opened it, and mer, and now I'm going to have two it out. and I put in a horrid comic one nere is the one I took out Dell. It is weeks off." remarked Imogen, glancyours." ing across the table at her cousin's Imogen extended the tender missive grave, rugged countenance. comAbel was more disturbed at Imogen's across the counter. It was a gay return than he dared to admit lie position of intertwined hearts. Abel snatched it from Imogen's hand had always known, although he had An Original Idea For an Evening Party and Some Appropriate had no positive proof of that fact that and gave it to Dell. His face was ashen with emotion. Dishes For the Collation Imogen had come between him and "It Isn't too late. Dell." he muttered Dell Gordon, but how he could not writing letters the fair recipients VALENTINE'S DAI celebra- be to ply the needle on their trousconceive, for Abel was slow to think hoarsely. are Dell Gordon surveyed the valentine tions must have been particu- seaux. and knew little of women's wIVs larly attractive in the era of lie had been almost engaged t" Dell. with some impatience. She made no The best recipes you have for edibles brocades and minuets, to which may come forth with appropriate and There only remained the qnf?t'(in to paper lace effusions time the elaborate be asked and answered, for here was beguiling names and decorated approdedicated to the occasion belong. This priately without straining for novel efperfect understanding lrtween them is not a sentimental generation, but - beautifi'l Then he had intrusted are unsatisfactory and tend we still cling to the outward sem- fects that question to the tender caie of good St toward the ridiculous. blance of bygone fancies, and hence Valentine, and from thr.t day to thN flowers, the place If, St Valentine's day is still revered. cards, besides the cakes and ices are Dell had ignored him thrf-- long years sandwiches, Besides, the modern girl will tell you of heartbreaking pa.'p and self quesshape It is quite sufllcient that It gives her so many inspirations In heart arrows may be thrust In for tioning. though In the way of table decorations if she In some way he guessed that Imogen decoration. wishes to entertain. had played him false, but there was Fudge can he made In heart shape, One artistic girl who gave a valenno tangible proof that he could lay a red paper and tied tine party as a farewell after a long then covered with Is what one girl finger upon. Imogen and her mother This visit In a distant city painted all the with ribbons. valentines for practical girl were living In his home, and the sweet heart shaped candy boxes In water did for made no secret of her liking for her use. color. The design was wreaths of handsome cousin. After his estrangeIf children are to be among the tiny roses. The cakes and ices were ment from De!I Gordon. Imogen went king Cupids may be guests let two be dressed as the on a also heart shaped. away to the nearby city and seldom queen of hearts and bring chosen for table decoration not the and came home. of tarts. Omit dish statuette of Cupid and Psyche, for hearts,offor your tarts the knave you "Do you remember Dell Gordon?" are good if suggests the flight of love. that tale asked Mrs. Dycks. with assumed careThere is a modern bronze Cupid, who will not want him to run off with lessness. shaped bears the word "Vlci." A happy def- them. Bake the tarts in heart Imogen laughed shrilly. "Of course I His Latin has pattypans. iant boy. this Cupid. do known her all my life, haven't I?" In case you are to give a valentine been humorously changed in significa"I de.'say." went on Aunt Lizzie hascollege girls, luncheon either have a comical menu tion by the Bryn Mawr tily. '"Mrs. Gordon told me Dell has who dub the statuette "The Viol Kid." card for each person or announce each gone to work in Wickersham's store. If you own one of these cuplds just dish as, for Instance, have "turtlegoing to help over Valentine's She's prove to be make him feel the weight of responsi- doves In a cot" That will day, and If they like her maybe she bility that should rest upon his shoul- squabs In a deep pie. To make the can stay right on. It's a coincidence." suggest ders. Hang a whole pack of hearts crust spaghetti a thatched pigeon cot "In what wny?" demanded Imogen. that has been cooked upon his shoulders In filmy veiling, iise "Because It's Valentine's day she's silk or chiffon. Let these hearts be without being broken up tine. Dress it over St. Valentine's day," reto work either letters, with verses for each with butter and lay it over the top of turned Lizzie significantly. guest to read, or boxes of candy or the pie. letting It bake until of a light Abel raised his head and looked deep dainty needle boxes for the girls and color, or line a buttered dish with the into her frightened eyes. But he did "rr isn't too late," he mhttehed. postage stamp cases for the young ?paghetti before laying on the buttered not speak. move to take it There was compunc:rust When the pie Is turned out the "Well?" Imogen's face was terribly tion and some fear Iu the glance she men. The latter gifts are to be deli- spaghetti will be the top or roof. cate hints that while the men are to white. cast about before she leaned across the Lizzie Dycks' face was glorified in counter. the moment of her martyrdom. "It Is too late now. Abel. It was too "It docs seem as if the Lord had late three years ago." she said in a planned It all. They say she lost her strained voice. beau on Valentine's day. and maybe "What do you mean?" demanded maybe he put her in Wickersham's Abel. By REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN this year so's she'd have a chance to "Promise not to tell?" Dell's pretty Copyright. 1914, by American Press Association. get him back again." face was working stransely. Abel's chair crashed back on the Abel nodded, and Imogen leaned forfloor. He did not pause to pick it up. ward and caught Dell's hand in her He spoke no word of apology. own. The two women heard him stamping "What Is it. Dell?" she asked, with a Into his boots. They knew when lie pitying glance at Abel. shrugged himself into the big bearskin "Well, long before Abel sent that vacoat, and there was silence between lentineyes. while I was keeping comthem until the gate latch clicked be- pany with you. Abel I was married to hind his flying feet. Frank Keane. Ills folks objected, and Then Lizzie Dycks lifted her pale so we ran away. Nobody knew it but face from her shaking hands and look- my folks. And you know what haped at her daughter. pened:' Frank wont to the Philippines "Forgive me. Imogen," she pleaded and was killed, and I shall never care pitifully. "I had to do it." : about anybody else. It's all richt. Imogen suddenly looked old don't cry. I'm the one to blame. "l'ou knew. then, mother?" she whis- Abel I hope you'll forgive me." pered, with a dull blush. She darted away to the front of the Lizzie nodded. "I suspected I didn't store, leaving the two stunned and know how, but I knew that you played shaken. As In a dream they heard her 'em some trick that Valentine's day." gay, artificial laugh that covered the "Oh, mother, mother!" suddenly wailof her widowhood. ed Imogen, as she laid her dark head Somehow Abel found himself on the against her mother's bosom homeward load with his cold hand The two women talked intimately tight in Imogen's grasp. for several moments. Then Imogen He looked down and saw hot tears arose and slipped Into warm wraps, you 'went. (ilLONG wh,t weary Iraiiix"- - trmJ Grim Horseshoe, mUe to come to rest was was flushed, and her eyes coursins down her cheek. Where thus tier face Imogen's veneer of hardness? .hone with soft brilliancy. Wi$Mlo'-P At last, grown old. outworn, forespent, '.WSRhV "Don't be sorry for me. dear." he As my dear lady's ruffled Suestl TKj3Bi&TJi tWZjWtR "Do you want I should go with you. said with an effort. "Somehow I don't are iflPPKw! An1 V't1 bccause.you you to old dusr, dear?" asked her mother tenderly. seem to cere very much about It Now And have found in the BtlPJlr Under your (rime, they say. lurks gold, Mrgmjm "No no mother, you havo had rnough to bear. After they are mar-tie- d It appears to me as if there was nothAnd luck lies hidden in your rust. you will come to me. and we will ing good and true in the world except you." B& Then tell her that I. too, have been F make our home in Brushville." She H "Me?" cried poor Imogen, co.vering A stained and tattered wanderer V kissed Lizzie's cheek and was gone. H F Through gorges deep and deierts lean Outside, the moon was shining and her burning face. Before 1 could ascend to her; Abel gently drew her hands down powdery snow the north wind blew the give her. Horseshoe, what is yours .And In crisp, stinging flurries that sparkled and held them tightly. To give I need nor luck nor gold "Yes. you. You sinned because you like diamond dust If In her heart for me endures loved me: you confessed because you Imogen ran over the creaking crust The lov that never can be old. of whiteness, now and then straining loved me more. Your confession has her eyes to discern Abel's dark form wiped out all else, dear." He stooped nbead. If she might confess to him and kissed her face, softened Into wonnow. it would be easier than to admit derful beauty and happiness. 'Mfe Clarissa Mackie aoaacrB , - Heart is Tito. A fw Tkjeart JH ffijijItlsNo Bpf IPv pP5 FoninceWeiM I Offer Here To You; L. &N. Fateful Valentine A. GREENLEAF. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & k By ANNA lWfcS. Longer Wine. hie Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. ! ijajlg Wanted Yru ' ; y St. Valentine's Dau Entertaining An Old By Copyright. Love's Valentine T. 1311. PEISKINS was the man" of the Pleasant, obliging, willing to inconvenience himself If need be to do a favor for his friends and neighbors, he was often called upon on his weekly trips to town to do their errands. Those who knew him most Intimately never suspected that be possessed one grain of self conceit, yet be It known that he had one peculiarity that savored somewhat of that undesirable quality, in that he secretly believed every marriageable female for miles around to bo scheming to provide herself with a husband at the expense of his bachelorhood. There were two women whom he studiously avoided Mary Ann Spratt. a thin, angular, sharp tongued spinster of fifty, and Mrs. Mudgett. a plump, smiling, rosy little widow of the same age. On this particular morning, the I of February, to lie exact, the deacon hitched up and started for town. ' The afternoon was waning when the de'iC'oti drove home with his wagon ' well filled with dry "goods and pro M!ss Spratt Invited him to visions sit while she told him about the leak , around the chimney: then came the flow of after talk, which he so much ' dreaded. When the roui'alential stage was reached, howeier. the words of "The Spider aril the Fly" ciine t warn him and he made lx!d his e' cape. When he reached the Widow Mudsctt's the widow looked so cry harmless ai'd pretty in her bright afternoon gown, with her little curls up and down her forehead, th.it and aftir the deacon forgot his laying his bundles upon the table stretched his hands over the redhot stove, enjoying its warmth, and would fain have stayed longer had not a tiny spider, busily weaving its web. nttraet- - DEACON No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 23; 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville, & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fa3t train to Bristol & Atlanta. i OIF" IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to yon the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d -. boli-bin- g fe-ir- &i I ST. C HARBAUGH tits jirfontlftn- rrtl.nHn ....... I..,t ...... in !. .... .I..!!,-..,- be made, and he found the little girl who had ordered a valentine waiting men realize the importance of In surance;but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. I by American Press Association. ( t- e An old valentine ! Threo little love verses She merrily laughed as she penned them, I know, And now as I read them my spirit 1 FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. bEmSj 1iJl The ribbons that tied it have years agone faded, But still round a heart like tendrils they twine, And Cupid looks on with his merry eyes shaded, For 'well he remembers the old valentine. Beautiful still, though some letters have vanished Which the heart can supply, for love will not forget, And out of the past which the present has banished Comes a pair of bright eyes that can fascinate yet, And over the page of my valentine cherished Pall tresses as lovely as Fairyland's gold. In the storms of the years 'tis not this that hath perished. For it links mo anew to a sweetheart of old. The joys and the shine long ago. rehearses LANCASTER, of a sweet Office Citizens National Bank. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. Cxane A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur- j ear. Circuit Clerk William B. JIaaon. Master Commissioner W. H.Brown. Trustee Jury Fund BenJ. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sne Shelby Mason. County Judge C. A. Arnold. County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy SLeriff George T. Ballard. Superintendaut of Schools Miss Jennie giDS. H !?, at my side and her Boft hand caresses A cheek set aflame by the strength of her sway, And I wait in a dream for the kiss She stands Dave Sanders. Deputy Assessor E.B. Kay. Jailer Dave Ross. Snpervlsor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. Assessor MAGISTRATES. HE WAS IS THE WIDOW'S My Good Luck Valentine a brow that shall feel it fore'er at her gate for the coveted treasure. and a day. Aye, out of the shadows that wearily "Is it pretty?" she asked eagerly. lengthen "It is a real beauty." the deacon anAnd pillage life's vistas of half of swered, smiling, "and as to the verse their shine about the verse, but Return the old loves that the spirit well, I forgot all has one. We'll see." I guess likely it On she impresses J.N. White 1st, DIst. ARMS. Logan Ison 2nd, Dlst. John S. Hdm 3rd. Disc James Coldlron 4tb. Dlst. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. doth strengthen With the half faded rimes of the old valentine. J Love gildod, cause checks, once ro3y, to burn. They told me she blushingly said it was "clever" THi Wr. lmlnnHnn T cunt .vi And il wo should meet, as we may in life's gloaming, Two sweethearts whoje tresses I wonder today if her memories ever, ..... i doth rival the snow, I'm sure she would 3milo as when Love went And sent me this valentine long, long ago. I smooth out its creases with delicote Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. DUt. R. D. McMurtrj. 2nd. Dlst. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. King. 4th. Dlst. But the deacon searched his baskets Thomas P. CITY OF LANCASTER. and pockets In vain. ' "There, there." he aid consolingly, Mayor L. IJ. Davidson. as the child began to whimper, "don't City Judge J. P. I'rather. cry; 'taln't lost. I must have left it City Attornoy J. E. Robinson. Hnrt. somowheses. and I'll hunt it up." As City CWk-F- .fi. he spoke the unwilling nag was turn- City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. ed about, toward the widow's. In the meantime the widow began Chief Poilce L. E. Herrou. CO UNCI LM EN unwrapping her bundles when she II. (J. Hamilton. caught sight of an envelope lyins upon Parker Gregory. ?am Cotton. but her W. M. Zauone. the table. It was unaddre-ed- . W. O. Goodloe. woman's curiosity tempted her to peep Dr. J. A. Anton. In. "'Taln't a letter at all." be muttered In disappointed tones. "It's Na- Into-gen- :irSHP9 'Kl3rB 'mmiR M$XR fingers; She'd help me, I know, could I summon her hera. For Timo is a truant though Homor.v lingers, And a kiss on this faded old page would appear. j I won her; I lost her; the sort flakes were idling. And white in the wind stood the crest of the pine, And, dreaming, I hear her, as long ago, calling lrtT. !! lrttrtl elio Dant ,- -! li tVtio 1 old valentine. BJa?! WQm Wm river Flows on with a song to the ultimate sea. 3he still must remember, for dear is the giver To the lover who talks to her love verses three, ind if sho were here I am sure she would listen With a smile as I read her each half faded line. And maybe two eyes with affection would glisten And sweethearts would meet o'er the old valentine. til keep it to cherish so long as life's nette's valentine. I heard her ask the deacon to get her one." A" he spoke she removed the valentine, idly inspected it and hesan to read the verse. "I've caught him this time." she said. "He is too polite, too sonorous hearted, to humiliate mo." At this juncture the deacon entered the room, and before he had a chance to speak he was struggling in the plump widow's embrace, her soft arms closed about his neck, and she Implanted a loud, resounding kiss upon his cheek. He was terribly shocked. His eyes bulged with a frightened stare, and his face, never handsome, became so ludicrous that the Widow Mudgett could scarce contain her risibles as she drew from her bosom the innocent cause of his present predicament and held the verse to his astonished gaze, ne read: Don't keep me waiting, but say you'll be mine; Let a kiss be your answer, my sweet valentine. "Such a romantic proposal 1" cooed the widow. "How could I help sayinz The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L- - Elkin. G. W. Elani. J. W Sweeney Ed & N B Piice W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Lounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st, Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. ML Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. TJontkello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. POSTED It happened, he knew not bow, that the wedding day was set, and all the plans were made ere he left. Tes?' " SUBSCRIBE FOR Mm mini. m. flora Ifns m HAflaflA Your moiirr back It It f tUi to ox me wcx iists anr aco is anr uiorn miauir cuae. fricm eoc At All JhruggUti. nM nmpi ua ueour ant m nqm. BOUWON HEUfcBT COttftWT, 1a a TUifmm&tf 0if eltlr iyHctm nanlpAikliA KTa I trt tut ) THE 1 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. ::.3 Kind You Have Always Bought Hoars the denature of Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. - CENTRAL 1 RECORD. 'VaBIa i aweeaauuiiin.. $ .00 Per Year. 6x te&x Phone 43 or 339-- F. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. c The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 1 2 1914. I Page 7 MMIllllMIMtlPI0O0OOMOOO8 TO 00000fX0CtOo0OO0CHOTtxi Listen, Listen, Listen. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse ! eca Go where your trade is appreciated. A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One Gets the Dirt. You are invited to the old Reliable Shop. STANFORD STREET. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. C. A. I Summing Up The Evidence. Many Lancaster People Have Been Called As Witnesses. Speith Co, Managers No Commission Charged. rr.'ja'.'rr A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Phone We Pay Highest Market Price. Prices Right. 354-- Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. HAKKSKUK1. Masters E. L. and Eugene Sutton have been ill. Master Jno Gallegher has been ill for the past month. Mr. J. W. Swope and family moved to Danville Monday. Jim Aldridge sold a bunch of shoats to Clayt Arnold for Cc. Mrs. Sallie Fox who has been ill is reported better at this writing. The Ladies Working Society is taking orders for home made candies. Miss Mary Chesnut has returned from Lexington where she has been visiting her bister, Mrs. Jno Wood. Mr. Fred Spivy and Miss Elizabeth Preston were united in marriage at the parsonage. They are of the Mt Hebron section. Miss Lula Simpson went to Louisville to be under treatment of a physician. She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Elizabeth. Master Irvine Fox and sister Miss Elizabeth Fox, came over from Dan ville last Sunday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Sallie Fox. Mr. Bowen Fox and wife of Danville and Mr. Bob Rout of Somerset were the guests of Mrs. Sallie Fox and son Robert, a few days. Mrs. J W. Mahrtn Veht to Jellico she will be under Tenn-- , where treatment f her home physician at that place, she was accompanied by Mr. J. W. Mahan. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Hyomei Relieves In Five Us- PlttiAUIItiHSVILLK. Rev. Thomas Owens, is reported Minutes Help Comes Quickly When Hyomei Is better. v X Mr. Levi Bell has been quite sick of Week after week has been published rheumatism. ed For Catarrh, Bronchitis Or Cold the testimony of Lancaster people-kid- ney Mr. Jack Collins and family wiil soon sufferers backache victims-peo- ple In The Head. move to Somerset. Of BOURBON P01LTRY CURE who have endured many forms Mrs. George B. Colson visited reladown a chick's tbroat cures of kidney, bladder or urinary disorders. papes, A few drops the If you suffer from raising of mucous, tives near Paint Lick. drinking water curesla and These witnesses have used Doan's prevents cholera, diarrhoea husky voice, discharge from the nose, Miss Katherine Melvin was the guest Kidney Pills. All have given their andtthercaickdt;ea,-e-- . One Wo J"ott!e makes s 2 pallons of droppings in the throat, sniffles, or any of Miss Delia Lawrence. enthusiastic approval. It's the same medicine At all Jrupplsts. other symptoms of catarrh: or have Sample and booklet on "Di everywhere. 30,000 American men and Miss Nannie Holtzclaw has been i ease-- , of Fowls" sent FTCEC bronchitis or cold in the head surely sick of a JIcUltEAltY. women are publicly recommending bad sore throat. Bourton Ecmsdy Co. Iniajto,I use Hyomei. It will banish the dis Doan's always in the home papers. Miss Lucile Thompson visited Mr. ease germs in the nose, throat and Miss Inez Ray visit Ila Hill last Isn't it a wonderful, convincing mass lungs and give quick and permanent and Mrs. Phil B. Thompson. Beware of Ointments for of proof? If you are a sufferer your week. relief or money refunded by R. E. Mrs. M. F. Lawrence has been visit verdict must be "Try Doan's first." Catarrh that Contain Mercury Mr. John Sanders has been visiting & Son. as rrurcury Hill surely destroy tl.e sene ing relatives at Parker City, Ind. Here's one more Lancapter case. friends here. of smell anil cuinplt-tclth The Hyomie treatment gives a tonic Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaswhole systi in v. lien witerir.:? it tlirouii Mr. Thomas Naylor sold a lot of corn Miss Minville P. Bogie was with home the healing effect to the air you breathe, muon.3surf.1re". Sueh urtu les &I1011M ter, Ky , says: '"I had weak kidneys. mver t utnl xeept on pn script urns folks Sunday. destroys the catarrhal germs, stops to Mr. J. L. Anderson at $4 per bbl. fiom reputiilile physiei.ins. as til- d.uiKisr Their action was irregular and often Jess Gulley went to Stanford Monday they willv !( is ten fold to the Rood you poisonous secretions, soothes the Miss Lucile Lackey, of Paint Lick, the painful. My back pained me. It was derive from them. I Mil's inn irritated mucous membrane and makes visited Mr. and Mrs. Pru.tt Thompson. on business. C.itarrh i'ure. innnufuctiired hv I". .1 then that I use Doan's Kidney Pills. Clur.ey At Co.. Toledo. O. rontains no a marked improvement in the general Miss Lillie Mae Sutton has been vismercury, and U takm Intirnally. aitins They fixed me up in good shape. The Master Harvey Anderson, little son directly upon the hlood and mucous sur- health. pains left and my kidneys became of Mr. John B. Anderson has been sick. iting Miss Kate Hamm. inces or the system. In buyinsr Hall's The complete outfit, including inhaler Mr. Oras Warren was the guest of Catarrh Cure be sure you pet the cenu-innormal." Thompson sold a good milk Mr. F. L. It Is taken internally and made In and bottle of liquid, costs $1.00: extra Mr. Canal Ray Sunday. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Ohio, by I. J. Cheney & Co. Tesof liquid, if later needed, 50 Sow to Dr. Southard, of Stanford, for Dottle? timonials free. Cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, Miss Besie Sanders has been the f"ld hv Drutrsists. Price 73c per bottle. ?05. cents, Take Hall's Fatally Pills for constipation. Mew York, sole agents for the United guest of Miss Leota Ray. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. States. Mrs. Eliza Ray has been the recent Thompson, which has been so sick, is Remember the name Doan's and MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE HAMM A.CK guest of Mrs. Daniel Ray. better. take no other. Mr. Willie Long was with his brother MILLERSBURG, KY. Mr, ftodney Naylor had a Valuable Born, to the wife of George Beazley, dog to po mad. The canine was prompt Mr. Everitt Long last week. a boy the 7th. Robert Gulley sold a coming 2 year An Attractive Home School For Girls. TEA.Ti&YlLL. lv killed. old mulejto Capt Elkin for 160. Miss Nellie Beazley visited home Pupils are surrounded with anatmos- Virgil Jnes and brother Wade, visit folks Sunday. Misses Willie B. Swope and Ruth phere of culture, wholesome fellowship ' Mr. James Hume bought 4 shoats of ed their umMe--, Mr. Walter Hiatt, near Lawson are visiting friends here. E. G. Hammack and wife visited A. Stanford. and safe religious environment. New his son Walter for $12 J. Hammack and family Sunday. The farmers of this vicinity have ' buildings combining all modern conven- . Cummins and children Mrs. C. B. Bolton and children visit- Don't Neglect Your StomMrs. W. ' inces. Health record unsurpassed. Mrs. John Beazley and children are visited the family of her father on considerable plowing already done. ed Mrs. Eliza Hume last Sunday. Academic and College Entrance Coursvisiting her brother at Richmond. ach. Mr. Elbert Calico was with Mr. and Cedar Creek. Master Carl Hume visited his little es. Music Department under skilled Miss Fay Tudor will leave next week friend Aulton Wearren Wednesday. Misses Kate and Darling Payne, of Mrs. Ambross Calico quite recently. Sse The First Dose Brings Sure, artists trained in Germany, Lecture for Florida to visit her uncle, Col. John Lebanon Junction, are visiting Mr. and Mr. Creed Simpson left last week for and Concert Course. Domestic Miss Jewell Prewitt spent last week Science. M. Carpenter. Safe and Effective Relief. Lexington where he will attend school. The growing popularity of the school Mrs. J. F. Payne. with Mr. and Mrs Lee Pendleton. Mrs. Lizzie Walker and daughters is evidenced by the fact that a number Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hardin visited If you are not able to digest your ofLou McQuerry sold a part of his crop The Preachersville Telephone Com tobacco last week at Richmond, pany is building a line to connect with were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hr of pupils were turned away last seshis mother Mrs. Sarah Hardin Sunday. food, if you lack an appetite, if your averaging 11J cents a pound. Beazley. sion for the lack of room to accommothe Bell at Stanford. Misses Marie and Mabel Prewitt stomach is sour, gassy, upset, your Mrs. Henry Tankersley was the lucky and The Stork visited the home of W. S. date them. spent Friday with Mrs. Lee Pendleton. tongue coated, if your head aches Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Thompson, one in getting the graphophone at the Expenses for board, tuition, etc. Little Miss Alleen Cotton visited you are dizzy, if you have heartburn Hammack store being the second one of near Paint Lick, visited her brother, Bailey Sunday morning leaving a fine 12 pound boy. lower than other schools of like grade. your colon or bowels, why Misses Margie and Kate Wearren last and pains in Mr. Timothy Payne. carried away from there. Send for catalog and engage a room suffer needlessly? week. Rev. Rogers, pastor of the Baptist i early. G. W. Hammack, of Greenfield, Ills, Rev. C. C. Fisher. Pres. Buy now today from R. E. Mrs. W. T. Baker and son Harmon a is visiting his aunt S. E. Hammack, church at Crab Orchard will preach . Millersburg. Ky. & Son a fifty cent box of spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. ' Stomach Tablets. There is no more and A. J. Hammack, his brother, and here Saturday and Sunday. Eliza Hume. Rev. R. B. Baird and Kev. J. E. effective remedy for storrach ill. other relatives and friends. It has Mrs, Sarah Hardin has returned home is a digestive giving quick relief, been 26 years since he left here. Arnold have held a series of meetings after a few days stay in Madison Co., also strengthens and builds up surely at the Methodist church. with relatives. The National Weekly and safely the digestive organs, soothes Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Newland, of Wonderful BOOT JUICE Will Mrs. Ida Arnold and two bright little the irritated membrane and increases Cedar Creek, visited Mrs. Rebecca Goodbye Dandruff Have You Feeling Ten Years children, Will Ray and Angie Clay were the flow of the digestive juices. Your Pettus and family last week. Younger in That Many Days. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Porter whole system is benefited and you be- Parisian Sage Stops Falling Hah And the Some of our local sports near here Guaranteed. Wearren. come well and strong. Until this year are beginning preparations for another After fifty or sixty years of hard use Itching Scalp; Removes Dandruff Collier's has been season of angling. Those who know and abuse the tohuman it engine needs fresold at $5.50. Now keep running smoothly quent coaxing say suckers will soon be biting. With One Application. and you'll bo surprised at what a little the price is S2.50 of the right kind of coaxing will do. andnehavesecured joints, Rheumatic twinges, Our friends, the bachelors who went and muscles, lame sore, stiffenedkidneys, a concession whereback, weak your hair is too thin, make it grow. into an agreement concerning their and bladder, nerve weakness, indigestion, If by we can offer it loss of appetite, interrupted sleep and at a still further If it is too dry and brittle, soften it matrimonial prospects are still in the other ailments so common in advanced reduction in conup lubricate it. If you have dandruff public eye. Small bets are being years are being made to disappear almost nection with this as a oy magic. it is because the scalp is too dry and publication. flakes off. Freshen up the scalp and wit nm k. caxvlua, me iuuiui Hu Special Offer to Our Readers dandruff will go. berts Creek farmer in Garrard, is havParisian Sage, always sold by R. E. ing a nice new front erected to his Recognizing the great demand for ColUrr's at the new price, we have made arrangements to McRoberts & Son in 50 cent bottles, is home. The new addition is both spacoffer it and our own publication each one year for the price of CWiVr'jalone. This is a limited just what you need to make your scalp ious and handsome. offer and must be taken advantage of promptly. healthy and immediately remove danMamie Jordon and little Ida druffyour hair wavy, lustrious and Paxton, bright children ofsister, and What You Get jn Collier's Mr. abundant. CoUUr't is the one big, independent, fearless Mrs. W. E. Jordan, will visit their weekly of the whole country. Not only it You cannot be disappointed in Pari- grand-parent- s Jfow.' Please let us send in your subscription. at Corbin as soon as "Ho, I'm Ready for Anything; from a good citizen's handbook but it is isalsothea Wonderful HOOT JUICE, made sian Sage. It quickly stops itching magazine for the whole family. Among the collection of Nature's own restoratives, school is out here. things that a year's subscription gives arei cleanses the hair of dust and excessive their roots, herbs, leaves and barks, is accomMr. William Barnes, who was for plishing things for old folks that you'd 1000 Editorial! oil; takes away the drynpss and brittle-nesscarcely believe possible. The way it 600 News Photo makes it seem twice as abundant merly a member of the Christian church builds up the system, cleans out the blood, 250 Short Articles religious services stirs up the bowtls and the liver, tones ISO Short Stories and beautifies it until it is soft and and has conducted the stomach and strengthens the weak 10O Illustrated Features recently from house to house in this places is remarkable. It exerts a splendid lustrious. 2 Complete Novels action upon tho weakened nervous system community, joined the Methodist church too. It's different from anything else Collier's . . , .$150) you ever tried and so dependable in its Sunday night. action, that it is sold under a positUe Central Record . $1.00 i Our good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hay- - Guarantee. No one takes any chances Leavell, of Lancaster, have an JUICII. It has got to benefit with ROOT den and please everybody uses or back Their every cent who for it That's the goes I abundance of good luck lately. Paid best it fine Jersey cow for which they have una 01 prooi 01 its merits. Best of all, you don't have to take it repeatedly refused $75, "presented them for the rest of your natural life to get Most feel benefit with bouncing twin calves the other results. ten days. people appetiteitsimproves, Wholesale prices direct to the within The day. The dam still keeps up her past so does digestion. That frequent and consumer. I have a full line troublesome kidney action Is regulated, records for a bounteous supply of the so Is the bowel action and almost before of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and you realize it that stiffness and soreness lacteal fluid, The twins have a suffic- in the limbs and muscles disappears. will be pleased to submit samiency for their eVery need, while Mr. That shaky, nervous feeling gives way to returning strength and force and you feel ples and prices. Terms spot and Mrs. Leavell secure enough for like a different person. Try it You're not taking the slighest family use. cash. risk because you've got to get results or money say The fall term of the Preachersville yourworth tenback instantly. You'llyou'll times the price and it's W. BUSH NELSON, Consolidated School will close on Feb. feel better and stronger than you have in many a day. All good druggists sell 20. The teachers, Prof. Johnson and ROOT JUICE at one dollar per large Lexington, Ky. Hutchins, have put forth every exer- bottle and they positively guarantee it. Get ROOT JUICE this time and get tion to make the term a success. And relief. they .have succeeded and won the " v&jaifr Vfevm plaudits of a pleased community. a. srsx .V',t.After a week's vacation, a 3 months, spring term will begin on Monday, Wft-March 2nd. The term will be a Hiv.nMunu.ni. 51 Sows bred to world famous sires. FANCY COL., BELLFOUNDER, DE- subscription school and those wishing A Training; to enroll their children as pupils see B. FENDERS OHIO CHIEF and SUPERBA 3rd. School for Teachers I. Blankenship or Prof. 'Johnson. We tell you how. and cav best market Cnl&lnrtnTarntrw MJUUllBP IatctHMdiAta TalU Ufa all Public Young Boars, most of which are by DEFENDER. and Stat Ccth prices. We are dealers: established Parents are watchful to give good tlflcMS. la in 1856: andean do BETTER for van r Kentucky. Special Bcbooia gifts unto their children; what better ! Connes and th?n agents or commission merFREE entertainment at the Hotels. FREE auto and livery service to and from Farm. Write for Catalog. gift, can one give their children than Course. Tnlttoo Fr to chants. References any bank in LouTwamlendlddAr. isville. Write for weekly price list. mltorlM. nw model BchooL new mannal tralolna balMlac. education. prattle aenoal, department orairicollnre a wcl! eqaipped M. SABEL A. SONS rm begins Sep. ffTTtiQUtam. DonNtto Selw- 4 33 E. Markit St. tOBISTIUE. if. Being in Lancaster Tuesday, we calllemher. 8eerat Terra November IS, Thlrt Term Jannarr Dealers in fuks, hides, wool. JT. Fourth Tern April T, Summer Scbool pen Jane it. ed at the new home of the Central Catalog? Free. j, ti. uiiaduq, rmiarnimM 1 Record and found everything "spick and span" and the entire force busy, The Record's new quarters are in a more desirable location, and a lot of new machinery is being installed, which will make the paper as well equipped as any in Central Kentucky. Their readers over Garrard and adjoining counties may feel assured that Messrs. Robinson and Elkin are giving every attention and putting forth every. enurL to iniiKe ineir paper one 01 me best home papers in the State. Each issue is better than the last. " Veterinary at Rainey -- Lancaster. and Dentist. Office -- Surgeon Kentucky s Livery Stabl". - St 1JKOT E. W. Morrow, GnulnMe Optician Glares Flitrt!. ,. ...ux and THE NEW Opposite Post Office - Barber Shop Bath In Connection. pos.-ihl- e. J. E. Seaie.Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon, LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. C-- ft. O&ce Hours m to 12 1 11 10 1 Mi-o-- DENTIST. Phui.e Co. i'.tr. ' r, K., H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Old Folks, Here's Paint Lick, Mi-o-- na Real Joyjor You Collier's QeK H. K. Benny anil OOu-e- . . A. Wider Aurte in Clubs First Time Doctors Of Denial Surgery. siorrae Unildiccorei Hurt son'i Furniture More. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Courier Journal At Dr. C. H. Phone TIFFIN, S3. VETERINARIAN Office HALF PRICE 12 at W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. LANCASTER. KY. $3.00 For R. E. flonths TREE Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu-.bar- b, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts s; McRoberts & Son. $2.50 " DUNCANS IMMUNED C I FIELD SEED. Growers of what we sell. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky BUOOD SOW SALE. s. 60 head of the greatest foundation stock buyers ever set the price on. ?pr8il J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone, 3. Lebanon, Ky. Friday, February 9 ?0th,19l4 s MWNfcY , , nfOMIi V m&m. 0 J. 0. DIXNCAN, Lebanon, Ky. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER KY.. ,JiyJ y4 -- jf,-v . t b- - '2 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 12, 1914. COLUMN Schulz's Cut Flowers n FARMER'S and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 339-F- . Delinquent General News. Senator James has recommended Logan Wood to be postmaster at Danville and his appointment is expected shortly. Louisville's new million dollar hospital was thrown open to public inspection last Sunday, when at least 20,000 of her citizens viewed it. As a result of small pox being re ported as prevailing in various parts of the state, 10,000 people were vaccinat ed in Lexington last week. A small pox scare created great ex citement in the Kentucky Senate when Both Senators Oliver and Porter were discovered to be afflicted with the dis- ise. SSElSi oeeoooetco40oooooo ripaco below this beading Is loi tne exclu-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the snle of stock, gram and such things ou farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will 'oe accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the kcord. free of charge Taxes I, G. T. Ballard, of Garrard County, Kv will on Ex-sher- iff ROBBED OF WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. ijS'SsiBM EilEIIJlIDE IS ml 5- good sows and pigs. 40 barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good driving pony. C. H. Green, Paint Lick, Ky. Rout 2. 3 for sale:-- J - MlIIXM(ir 10 second hand hemp breaks for sale. Mrs. Rebecca West. I wish to buy a 4 or 5 year old harness mare gentle to drive and sound. Phone 368 A.?: Monday, Feb 23rd, 14 being the first day of the regular term of the Garrard County Court, sell the following described proper ty, to satisfy the State, County and School Taxes MONEY. vj Wanted 10 tons of delivered at Lancaster. good clover hay G. B. Swinebroad. 1 acre farm located one to-w- it: mile north of Cartersvillewill sell cheap B. B. S. C. if sold in the next 30 days C. I. Rogers, Lancaster White, No 1, 1912 1913 H Paint Lick, Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. Creech J. M. 3 acres who 5 92 5 66 Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of Grimes James, 1 1J acre Hatfield John acre 4 90 $2,000,000 clover hay he wants to sell. See T. Miller W. H. 26 acres 6 40 to be used for the promotion of in W.Conn at Hyattsville Ky. Naylor Nannie, 1 acre 2 27 ternational peace. The fund is to be 13 72 used through the medium of the various Fon Sale Ten bushels of good seed Pollard Geo heirs, town lot S. H. Estes. churches. corn. Colored List, No 1. The Young Mens Democratic Club of Want to rent 40 acres of geod land 11 28 Adams Geo. W., 26 acres Kentucky is making preparations for a to be put in oats, was in corn lastyear. Adams Pete, N. R. 1 acre 2 30 banquet at the Capitol hotel in FrankIke'M. Mjers. Because the Wheat is first screened, 2 57 3 80 Black Julia, 1 acre fort on the 27th inst. Covers will be then washed and scoured. For Sale:-- I have some good baled Boatright Arch, N. R. town lot 2 39 laid for 250 people. timothy hay for sale. Bob, 6 acres 8 00 10 00 Burdett Lexington gas consumers found their Milton Ward, R. R. 3, 12 68 Dunn Lisk, 27 acres Lancaster Ky. Faulkner Bros., town lot 9 90 bills increased from 30 to 100 per cent Because everything impure is removed 2 2S over December bills, and the matter by our new process of cleaning. Strayed to my place about six weens Graves Callie, town lot 10 00 11 00 has been made the subject of an invesHarris W. H. town lot age, a boar. Owner can have same by 2 91 6 51 tigation by the Fayette county grand proving property and paying all charg- Kavanaugh Walker, Bal 13 75 jury. Letcher Mary, town lot es. H. G. McWhorter Paint Lick Ky. 31 C3 Ray Sherod, 44 acres Because under high Vaciuum pressure President Wilson has announced that Mr. J. W. Sweeney has 15 pair of 3 Simpson Bettie, hrs town lot 3 54 he will endeavor to have repealed at to extract all dust and dirt under which year old mules, all well broken, that Williams Jim. town lot 6 19 this session of Congress that clause of the Wheat goes, renders it so. he will sell worth the money. the Panama Canal act which gives to Bryantsville White. No 2. American coastwise vessels free pasChestnut Bros., of Marksbury sold al Brown Joe, N. R. 5 acres 2 39 sage through the canal. team of four yejr old mules to B. G. Because everything is separated from 17 43 Hall H. H., 48 acres for $425. Fox The worlds record for wheat produc the pure nutritious part of the Wheat 4 GO Hawkins John, 3 acres tion was broken last year, for the first Wanted to farm a first class jack. Kernel. 4 28 2 70 Horn Henry 1 acre time the production going over four Lee Gastineau, R 1, 24 87 24 G3 After expending several hundred dollars and months of Hudson J. S., 94 acres billion bushels, or to be exact the total Paint Lick Ky. Shearer Ike, 1$ acre 4 00 5 89 hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. number of bushels raised was 4,125. 1 95 Mrs. J. M. Cress of Preachersville, Shearer Elige. N. R., 1J 658,000. TRY A SACK. 14 46 has 50 single comb Brown Leghorn hens Smally C. C. 55 acres Earthquake shocks were felt on Tues 9 90 Stinnett, Reubeu hrs, 40 acres for sale and a few nice cockerels. day in eastern cities, from Philadelphia 1 acre Wild R. T., N, R. 3 86 to Montreal. In Syracuse N. Y. the good locust post?. FOR SALE;-Som- e rfgiMfjj si ?UeTi ifrSMi Colored No 2. entire city was shaken and in New Jerry Bland, Lancaster, Ky. & Bill, 4 acres 9 48 York tall buildings swayed and plaster Cochran Frank 7 04 Caldwell Harison, 1 acre 5 66 ing fell from the walls. Fred Conn, Lancaster, has about 30 Louisville is making a strong bid for Dunn Dave, 3 acres 5 56 acres of blue grass land he wishes to 7 25 one of the regional banks. Dunn Tom, 2 acres Senator 1914. rent for the year Farley Tom, 1 acre 4 28 James and Congressman Sherley ac 2 70 I have a good work mare for sale. If Gaines Charlie & Bro 6 A 7 57 9 48 companied a delegation of twenty bus-intsold in ten day will sell at a bargain. men to New Orleans on Monday 3 7 46 5 93 Gaines Oscar, S acres A. P.- - Doty, CO 1 65 to present their claims. Garnett Willie, hrs 1 acre Paint Lick, Ky. Hick Mary B 1 acre 2 25 3 54 C. Hunter Raines of Memphis plead 5 55 guilty to a charge of embezzlement in i Segar Bill & Sister, 2 acres County Court Dunocs for Sale-- On 1 C5 connection with the wrecking Sherley Henry, N. R. 1 acre of the Day, Feb 23, I will have some of my i 9 00 10 13 Mercantile Bank of that city. DirectSmith Ben, 1 acre bred gilts and males at Ross' Stock Taylor Tom. hrs, 15 acres 2 33 3 55 ors of the institution say a million dolPens, to sell. Call and see them. 3 28 Taylor Edd 2 acres 7 50 lars of its funds are missing. B. F. Robinson. g A merry war seems probable between Buckeye White, No. 3. n I have the Pure Bred White organized baseball and the newly organeggs for sale 50 cts. per setting. Burton, J. B. 1 acres 7 15 ized "Federal" league. Many of the 6 10 Cook, Fount, 121 acres J. T. Preston, 49 82 best players in the regular leagues Camp Nelson, Ky. Crews, W. M., 10 acres 5 07 have signed with the new association CO 1 Go East, Minerva, 1 acre and they are accused of jumping their Fori sale:-- 2 yearling colts for sale, j 19 23 contracts. Farthergill, J. W. 35 acres or will trade tor cattle. Colored list No. 3. After a conference between the Pris John A. Conn, Jr. on Commissioners, the Governor and Arnold. Clayton 8 acres 4 18 Messrs Pendleton and Miles, of ElAttorney General, it was announ 6 00 8 12 the dorado. Ark., bought 5 saddle horses Buford, Fred 4 acres ced that immediate steps would be 13 19 Hickman, Logan 16 acres of W. B. Burton, at an average of$200. taken looking to the repeal of the in 13 19 and 15 horses of other parties at a cost Leavell Tildy Hrs. 25 or-t- o determinate sentence law and the en Leavell, Edd bal 8 acres 6 10 8 62 of ?180. each. Renfro Wiles & wife 3acres 9 00 12 00 actment of a new parole measure. Lost Red Duroc Hog, last seen on The lower house of the Kentucky White. Paint Lick. No 4. Buckeye pike near Davidson's store. Legislature accepted the report of a Finder please notify W. B. Moss and Brock Emmet. 30 acres 10 00 11 11 committee appointed to investigate receive reward. 66 the official acts of Judge Flem D. Brock Ira, 15 acres 7 00 95 Sampson of the 34th Judicial district, Strayed from my place on Old Dan- Brock John, 50 acres 46 The committee recommended that no ville pike a red sow pig, white list Byrd W. M., 30 acres proceedings be taken 99 impeachment across shoulders, weight about 75 lbs. Cummins Mat, N. R., 41 acres 19 against him. Any information will be gladly receiv- Fields J. S., 2 acres We also have some nice shoats weigh54 Garr Scott Co., 500 acres ed. Charlie Cox. The Shackelford good roads measure 63 has passed the lower house at Washing' 5 00 Holme Sam 10 acres ing about pounds for sale. W. B. Burton bought 3 mules of 61 ton. If this measure becomes a law, Isacke Simon, Barl 70 Stanford parties last Monday, at a! Lamb Alex, 1J acres acre34 00 85 Kentucky will get as her quota some total cost of $640. Mr. Burton also' 13 ming near a nan million dollars 6 00 Lamb Sam, 25 acres ior purchased of Eubanks and Hubble, of 15 00 19 87 road purposes. Mason Bros., 200 acres However, in order to Boyle, a car load of extra good mules 6 acres 3 45 secure the appropriation, the state must at an average of $230. a head. These Miller Susen, 40 acres McCulIum, hrs 2 26 appropriate a like amount as well as mules were shipped to the Wilson Live 7 57 8 57 comply with certain specifications in re Parker Edd 15 acres Co., at Wilson, N. C, last Stock 8 00 8 28 gard to the roads sought to be improv Pointer Tyre, 3 acres 4 88 5 88 ed. Renfro J. E., 28 acres 1 G3 Ross Arch, N. R. 13 acres Iteport of the Comlitioii Todd & Son, N. R. 20 acres 2 27 Korean Postage Stamps. Wilmoth Mrs Jennie 80 A 1 45 2 65 Korea displays the plum blossom OF THE Young Chas., N. R. 35 acres 2 90 on her stamps. It Is the royal flower of her last dynasty a dynasty which Paint Lick No 4, Colored. Of Bryantsville Bunk reigned for 500 years, until the Japanese wrested it away. Adams, Susan Hrs 1 acre doing business at town of Bryantsville, 8 00 Burnside, Clell 1 acres With Shining Eyes County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, 5 Campbell, Mattie 1 acre Whistling for Health. AT THE CLOSE OF JtUSIN'ESS OX THE A doctor has discovered that whist-lin- g Denny Eliza 6 acres and is good for the health. It fills the 4 87 Faulkner, Abe, 18 acres 2nd day of Feb 1914. lungs with Invigorating oxygen, and m Faulkner, Will 1 acre this revivifies flagging spirits and Faulkner, Bill 2 acres RESOURCES. flabby muscles. Boys are prone to be 10 75 broader-chesteIxmus and Discounts I ji.wi ns Faulkner, Edith 35 acres than girls and better 0 erdrnftg secured and ungeared 1.392 12 Gillispie, Jane 2 acres 3 53 constructed for deep muscular tones . l'ue from Hanks 21.003 11 Cash on hand S,37 83 Gillispie, Owen 15 acre 7 00 9 because of the lung exercise which acthe children wait for Banking House, Fnrniiureaud 4 45 6 companies whistling, and one of the Fixtures 4,214 68 Gillispie, Bob 20 acres you to cut the cake Bill 2 acres 3 50 4 first things they try to do when they've Total J 71,804 82 Harris, you have made with passed babyhood is to whistle. Hutchenson, Geo. 1 acre 3 14 3 LIABILITIES. Kavnnaugh, Mary 8 acres 3 ES Capital Stock paid in, in cash.... $1.1.000 00 "4" acres White Swan Flour 7 Surplus Funds .. 1.700 00 Kavanaugh, Mont Undivided I'roQls. less expenFamous Authors Once Sailors. 3 49 4 81 Kelly, Harriet 18 "acres ses and taxes paid 166 53 Perhaps the most celebrated Deposit subject to check 151.438 29 12 13 Kelley, Isiah 26 acres Don't fear their anticipations of something extra will not Time Deposit 3.500 00 who started life as sailors are 4 10 7 26 54.938 29 Kennedy, John 1 acre be realized. Use of WHITE SWAN FLOUR insures a perFenimore Cooper, the famous author Kennedy, Sim 1 acre 7 00 8 55 , Total I 71,604 82 of the "Last of the Mohicans," Clark fectly delicious cake f the other ingredients are as good. Kennedy, Edd 1 acre 6 00 7 15 STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) Russell, the author of "Alone on the bcT COUNTY OF GARRARD Leavell, Jonas 1 acie 4 00 6 84 Wide, Wide Sea," and Frank Bullen, Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making. It is splendid. We. C. C. Becker, President and J. C. 10 00 the author of "The Cruise of the CaCashier of the above named Bank do Merritt, Henrv 8 acres solemnly swear that the above statement is Montgomery, Mary 1 acre 3 75 chalot." This trio has made exceltrue to the best of our knowledge and belief. Newland, John 2 acres 5 98 lent use of the seafaring lore which C. C. Becker, President. . Reed, Barney hrs "4 acres 2 60 only experience can give In the long J. C. Williams, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th Rothwell, Will 18 acres 9 05 list of works for which they are day of Feb. 1914. White, John hrs 1 acre 4 55 Hogan B'allard, Notary Public. J. KPHYZHYSSYYfSMEn emGXmeS&xG;WfeSfG(i KWV9JS9i7ffi J My Commission expires Feb 29. 1916. Yeakey. Harriett 18 CSOStfOStf 6 61 mi aSCiiWoK?.!OJ05i.5-Xsale:-3- 8 I gFLOURj--E o Glen Lily Mr. J, of corn, baled clover and timothy hay, he wishes to sell in lots to suit the purchaser. W. Elmore has 100 barrels CO.OOO foj Lots of people are robbing themselves every day by buying President riueria of has issu on credit, when they could pay an order increasing the army forces men, which brings the fighting forces of that country up to the cash and get their goods at a men. Boldinof Greensboro has living price. Try us and be conbeen appointed Revenue Agent for Kentucky, succeeding Henry Slusser your money goes fur has been transferred to another vinced that state. ther at a cash store. Andrew Carnegie has given Rep. John W. Langley of Kentucky refused to appear upon the same platform with Boies Penrose of Pennsylvania at a Lincoln day celebration at Bethlehem. Mexico ed 239,000 I. 1 Why Clean? Becker,j Ballard & Co, BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Why Pure? I Why Sanitary? THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Why Wholesome? Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. JEN1IY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. R. T J. L. Gill. Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. GARRARD MIULIING CO. YOUR BUSINESS. '('&Gift2M Pa ;;)xc.y;er..: Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. - r" &$&&&$$&&& AMftttMftttft&& ss " B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. P.igney, As3't Cash'r. I For Sfllei J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker. Jr., Vice r. Prest. B Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. I We have seven heifers 'We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. I p Orph-ingto- OF LANCASTER. KY. to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. 80 This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. 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