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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 19, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914021901_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 19, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND O00D GOVERNMENT St TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 19, 1914. ? AT NUMBER 46. wa?11 AT 3nA T m3?An Choose Your Side. uapusi Jjuuies aiu will nave a uua Old Fashioned Spelling Bee Friday Night. Supper at Court House Friday evening Old fashioned "Spelling Match" An Mr Thos. Anderson and Dr. J. A. Feb. 27, 1914. Everyone is cordially &een chosen captains for invited to come and bring a box. will be held in the Auditorium of the Amon have night Special music and singing will be fur Graded School on this, Friday, night at the "Spelling Bee" 7:30 o'clock, All are invited to attend and the contestants will line up on nished. and those who desire to do so may"line either side. A large number have conFuel Run Short. up" and take part in the spelling. The sented to spell and the entire program During the severe weather of last words will be taken 'from the old "Blue will be very iuteresting. 4 Friday and Saturday a great many Back Spelling Book" and someone well country people found it impossible to versed in pronunciation will be chosen Senator Bacon Of Georgia, One Of The get their stock to a blacksmith shop to to give out the words. An admission Ablest Men In National Congress, have them rough shod, some of these fee of ten cents will be charged and the proceeds will be for the benefit of Dies In Washington. were caught without sufficient fuel on hand to tide them over the rough the school library. Now those people Senator Augustus Octavius Bacon, weather. In such instances they tele- in Lancaster who pride themselves on phoned to town to local dealers and their spelling will have an opportunity member of the United States "Senate implored them to look up some kind of tof test their proficiency.Get in line and from Georgia, died in a Washington hospital last Saturday of what was a team and send them a supply of fuel, see how long you will "stand up". diagnosed as a blood clot of the heart, regardless of expense. Even in town WitSenator Bacon had been a member of teams weie not so readily available, Judge Arnold Has Large Crowd To that body for ajmost nineteen years. every rough shod horse was pressand ness His First Marriage Ceremony. He was the first United States Senator ed into service. The most urgent of to be elected by the vote of the people the appeals from the cojntry we,re upJudge Clayton Arnold was called complied with, in one instance a local on last Thursday to perform his first under the Seventeenth Constitutional dealer sent a load of coal four miles in marriage ceremony. Judge Arnold did Amendment. He has been Chairman Gthe country to relieve the distress of a not hesitate when called upon to tie the of the Foreign Relations Committee family that could not reach a black- nuptial knot, but did it in a manner since the ascendency of the Democratic smith shop with their horses. that was very surprising to the crowd party to power in March 1913, and was of court house officials and others who considered one of the main supports of the administration. Let Us Hope It's True. had gathered in the court house to witNo complications will arise as to prophet or the son ness the act. Just as he was starting Senator Bacon's We are neither a successor, as the of a prophet, and in this instance when off Mr. Keg Mason informed him that Georgia Legislature was called we do dare voice a phrophecy, our only the couple did not have their hands session immediately after the clasped and Judge Arnold, not knowing hope is that we may prove as uneering amendment had been proclaimed, and as the groundhog. It does look to us but what it was an important part of passed an art enabling the governor of the ceremony, stopped and had tbem as if we were in for a prosperous year. the state to make an appointment to First we are in the midst of a democratic clasp hands, and begun all over, per- fill a temporary vacancy. This law administration that is proving highly forming a beautiful ceremony, which was passed upon the advice of Senator satisfying to the great majority of the caused him to be the recipient of many Bacon himself and makes impossible people; we stand a good chance of be- congratulations. such complications as arose in Maryland ing rfd of the Kentucky Legislature by and Alabama recently. Smallpox Diappearing March 10th; the farmer is furtherahead with his farm work than in manyyears; "TWO OLD CONFEDERATES" In the course of time there will be notwithstanding the scarcity and high no smallpox among civilized nations. At School Auditorium, Feb'y. 26th. price of food, farm stock is in good con There is no excuse for any smallpox dition; wheat and grass under splendid now among educated people; but there An attraction of unusual interest is influences, are in fine condition and give are certain people who can only be in store for the people of this city and promise of splendid crops, and lastly, educated by fear. They refuse to listen community when "Two Old Confede te line of We also carry an we believe that when this "spell" of to teachers, to preachers, to physicians. rates" and "The Old Southern Quaweather breaks up, we may expect the They refuse to submit to the incon- rtette" will be presented at the School Corn Shelters, Cutting Boxes, Etc. Get our advent of spring, and the fruits may venience of a few days. They invite Auditorium on Thursday night, Feb'y. prices before you buy. bud forth without fear of being killed illness and they invite the spread of 26th. The "Two Confederates" who by a late frost or freeze. contagion, and then when it comes they followed "Marse Bob Lee" through the trying days of 61 to 64 are genuine are Public Places. Vandalism In It isan occasion especially for in type of the old Virginia country gentle There is nothing more discreditable viting the aid of the Legislature. Vac- men of anti bellum dajs. to the American people than vandalism cination ought to be mandatory. In their stories and songs they give, The in public places. It is not characteris- avenues through which evasion comes as only they can give, a true picture ot tic of boys only, but extends to men ought to be closed. Men may be per- the good old times on the Southern and women of more mature age. Boys mitted to kill themselves if they will. plantation. They are assisted in their They to commit suicide; but they ought not performance by a quartette of genuine throw rocks at street lamps. systematically destroy street signs. to me permitted to imperil the life and Virginia negroes, who sing the old They break windows of any empty health of other peop'e by their own time songs just as they use to sing houses. They never stop to think that obstinacy or. if you prefer, by their them around their cabin doors or in the tLey have an interest in some of these own superior running cotton fields. One critic has said of intelligence things or that they are in any way de- counter to the universal record. Ex. this qnartette of negroes; "They look stroying property. We know an inlike farm hands and sing like Carusos". cendiary is criminal and the boys know Harrodsburg Making War On The BootThe entire performance is as enterit. The boy who breaks a street lamp taining and amusing as any minstrel or destroys a street sign or injures a leggers. show and as instructive as a well writ& is a as E33CS33&33e33 school building notjustlaw,much the crimThe City of Harrodsburg is in the ten history. At all their performances boy in as inal in fact, if throes of a battle to the death with the the two old Confederates are glad to who destroys such things through fire. bootleggers who infest the community, have as their personal guests on the Don't forget the candy sale at R. We are justly proud of our magnifici- - and the outlook seems to be that the stage, in uniform, any of the 'boys who Hard on young lambs. S. Browns store, Saturday and court ent school building and it ought to be latter will be completely annihilated be- followed Grant or Lee. General Next Monday is county court day in days. The proceeds are for the benefit in the care and keeping of every self-- fore the officers and citizens are through admission, 35 and 50 cents. Lancaster. of the four churches and every body respecting citizen, and those who are with them. On last Saturday Judge ought to be punish Bro. Barnes' Body Buried In Danville not Circuit court convenes the first Mon- should patronize it and by so doing will ed for any act of vandalism, as we pun McGarver held an all day session of help one church as much as another. police court and succeeded in disposing Last Sunday. Brought From day in March. incendiary. Remember the sales are every Satur- ish the of cases against 28 offenders along this Florida. 'prop around Monday and give us the day and court day, and the candy the Purciful. line. His fines for the day amounted best you ever put your tooth in. and jack bills . copy for your horse to over $3,000 with accompanying jail The following taken from the DanMrs. Mary Purciful died at her home sentences to 1500 days. On the follow- ville Messenger "Will prove interesting near Cartersville on last Monday and ing Enough Mr. Alex. Bishop Goes To Masonic Home. Last Friday was the 13th. Sunday afternoon the good people her remains were interred in the Lan of the community held an indignation to many Lancaster people, who cherish to make anybody superstitious, was'nt the memory of "Brother" Barnes as Mr. Alexander Bishop left last Friday caster cemetery on Tuesday. Mrs. it?. for the Home for Old Masons atShelby-vill- Purciful was 76 years of age and her meeting prompted by the woeful state he was lovingly known in Lancaster Mr. A. T. Anderson accompani death was due to the infirmities incid- of affairs. The meeting was well at- and Garrard county, where he had conCome in and visit the Record in its passed siderable following and a host of friends. new quarters Monday, you will be wel- ed him. Because of the fact that ent to her advanced years. She is tended and resolutions were for their "Mrs.Della Bogle received a telegram Mr. Bishops recent illneas had some survived by two childran, Monroe Pur- commending the officers come. what weakened him, it was deemed .ad ciful and Moses Cottrell. both of whom activity in endeavoring to break up the last night, from Mr. Will Barnes, stat. The cold snap will put acrimp in the visable to have someone accompany him, illegal traffic in booze, and pledging ing that the bodies of his parents, Rev. made their home with her. Mrs. Purearly closing of the tobacco ware- and Mr. Anderson volunteered them their earnest and unqualified sup- and Mrs. Geo. O. Barnes, had been the ciful claimed to have been a lineal houses. service. shipped from Sanibel Island and would port in their efforts. of Davy Crockett. She came arrive in Danville tomorrow. As statsurely rubbing it to this county from Claibourne county The ground hog is Handsome Vehicle. Tenn., many years ago and bought a A Correction In Regard To Easter Sun- ed in The Messenger, several weeks in on us, chastising the skeptical for Messrs Davidson & Doty, the grocery ago, friends of the famous evangelist farm near town on or near the Lexingtheir unbelief. day. men, have put into service a handsome decided to exhume and remove the ton pike, afterward moving to LancasWe published last week an article in bodies to Kentucky. They were buried Cold, snow, rain, sleet and evercast new delivery wagon, about the hand- ter, where she purchased property. combined to give Friday, the 13 somest one every seen in Lancaster. Some few months ago she purchased regard to Easter, which we have found at Sanibel, the home of the minister, skies The wagon is not only good to look at, and movedi to a small farm near to our sorrow was vastly inaccurate, at the time of their death several years the proper setting. but it is a model of convenience and so Cartersville. This ago. Mrs. Purciful was a and' in many respects incorrect. Upon arrival in Danville, the caskets Last Saturday afternoon was the dul- arrange as to deliver your goods at your splendid woman, devoted to her home article was"c!ipped"from an exchange, lest on record in Lancaster, people just door free from the intrusion of dust or and family, and had a great number of and we failed to verify the authenticity will be taken to Bellevue Cemetery and flies while en route. could not get to town. friends throughout the county who will of the information,in our hurry, relying placed in a vault. On Sunday afterupon the correctness of our contempor- noon, at 2:30 o'clock, the bodies will be grieve at the news of her death. Feed The Birds. There are no paupers in Garrard ary which we found to be sadly lacking. buried. There will be no elaborate county's almshouse. This speaks well Surely if there was ever a time when We will endeavor to correct the error servicp.simply a prayer and some songs. for the thrifty condition of our people. the birds need feeding, the last week by giving the following facts, which These are the plans arranged today, was the time, and no doubt many of were obtained from an absolutely re- and there is little possibility of a The next peace conference will be of them died from starvation. In such liable source. Easter Sunday this year change. held at The Hague in 1915, which will George 0. Barnjs was most widely-know- n weather the scraps from your table High Glass City Property. will be on APRIL 12th. give Huerta time to name his delegatevangelist Kentucky ever pro scattered broadcast on the ground a disEaster is an ecclesiastical festival es. tance from the house cost you very As agent for Tobe Wiley I will offer commemorative of the resurrection of duced. Beginning his work in the The latest styles in paper money little trouble, no expense, and might for sale publicly, on the premises, in Christ, It originated in the circum- mountains of the State, news of his stances that ChristTwas typified by the wonderful results soon spread, and he have been prepared, we never did care save the life of many a feathered Lancaster, Ky on paschal lamb, ordained by Moses to be visited many other States. He also for style, just hand us that ol3 dollar songster, SATURDAY, MCH. 7th 1914, slain at the Feast of the Passover, the went abroad and spent several years. bill. Lancaster Shivered Friday The Thirteenth. AT 1:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. feast being considered as a continua- He was always accompanied by his In the land of the horse, in the very Lancaster received its first general his attractive and valuable brick resi tion, in its fulfillment of the Jewish daughter. Miss Marie, who was a singdence, with about 5 acres of land, locaprecir.ts of his prowress, he surrender- show storm last Friday. It made us festival. Formerly disputes arose as er of great ability. The couple carried ed pride of place to the auto show at think of other snow storms as nothing ted on Lexington Avenue, near a $30,-00- 0 to fixing a Sunday afterVthe 21st ot with them a small organ, used to acschool building, and having all the Louisville last week. The show was more than flurries, and persons with March to be observed as Easter. By company their songs. They sang only said to be of quite exceptional interest. business out on the street found con- modern improvements, which make it the Gregorian Calender, it comes on the familiar old songs, the congregaditions the most disagreeable of what an ideal home. None better, none the first Sunday after the full moon tions never being asked to join with The mose gratifying information that has been considered a very mild winter. more valuable. was originally a lican be given to any community is that Saturday, The owners has. lately expended which.happens either upon or next fol- them. Mr. Barnes Sunday and Monday still held censed minister in the Presbyterian of its absolute freedom from any form us to make it one of the most de- lowing the 21st of March. snowbound and many were heard to $3,000 The full moon in question this year church, but some of his ideas did not of contagious disease. No better trib- say it all came about through that sirable homes in Kentucky. It has 7 happens on Friday April 10th, hence conform with the church, and he drift! ute may be paid to the high ability of thirteenth falling on Friday. rooms, besides 2 bath rooms, one above, our physicians than the low death rate and one below, fully equipped with the Easter will be upon the following Sun vu uul lu uiuiaeu, 111a iuuilu ueinnr God is Lcve and Nothing Else". as appears from our vital statistics most valuable fixtures. The rooms are day, which is April 12th. Scott. About forty days preceding this full George O. Barnes was a man of great record. Still we should use every pre- large, the paper being costly and atnot far from the Mrs. Fannie Scott, wife of Mr. J. A. tractive, the paintings artistic, and the moon was a time of fasting in the mind, and his work reached many peo v caution as we are Scott, died at the family home near floors of hardwood. In seats of contagious diseases. fact, it must church, being observed as a period of ple who would otherwise have never Lowell on last Saturday nightand after be seen to be appreciated. Parties humiliation, which was called "Lent". given any thought to their soul's welThe State Journal gives out the im- funeral services by Rev. Tinder her desiring to examine the property will During this period but one meal a day fare. He was a Mexican soldier and portant information that over the door rpmains were laid to rest in the ceme- call on Hughes and Swinebroad. being eaten, the cost of the additional born and raised in Lancaster." of1 the Bastile, were graven the words, tery at Manse on Monday morning. meals being donated to the poor and Possession immediately. The "Two OL4 Confede"All hope abandon ye who enter here". Mrs scott was about 57 years of age needy. The beginning or first day of Terms made known on day of sale. We always thoughtbis satanic majesty ana was a spienaia christian woman, I. M. DUNN, Agent &Auctioneer. Lent this year will be February 25th rates" were well received had a copyright on that sign. Dante, she was a lifelong member of the and is called "Ash Wednesday" from 1. who claims to have gotten away from Christian church. Before her marriage an ancient custom of sprinkling ashes at the Ben Ali, Lexington, there alive was; out informant, how- Mrs. Scott was a Miss Merritt, a seats at upon the heads of penitents. April 10 and McCauleys Theater, may have escaped daughter of the late John Merritt. Be ever, some .one-els"Good Friday" in to McRoberts drug store for, khenwillbe the sufferings and commemof Louisville. Its a and be running at large at Frankfort sides her husband she is survived by death oration of Old Confederates". our; Savior (hem. several children. and giving out later information. L lA MngiHfigj ia! MMiUSHJEFrHJErrU IlflrfyiSrrtQrftlMrllg; After looking over B 1 Your Gear i m m Vulcan N I for Spring Plowing you find you are m yr. SHOET on ANYTHIN- I HILL SIDE PLOWS Si Our Store is 1 ,CTT 1 m Plow Points of all kinds. Headquarters for Plow Gear. into-speci- Headquarters For Everything1 up-to-da- In That Line. I I "HI ,tH! - Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. MM&MMJMBWMMMMm .IiIbfs i&wTSlib DE DC panic-stricke- "LIVE AND LET LIVE. a P 31 IBE GREAT CONN BROTHERS- Lancaster, Ky. m linn For 15 Days. Men and Boys e. Overcoats at HALF PRICE. See our line of SS Public Sale y UP-TO-DA- W I What;we have left is NEW and -- we are going to sell them regardless of cost ManytOtherarticles that we are going to sell Call on us'with the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. H.T.Losan Lancaster, Kentucky. Or -3 GetReserved "two treat hear ) iiiiiiiiiiii iJ ,X .y-x-W- j- i.-xj- - A-- , v.P. tf$vJ " ?; fe m.:-'- . ftfctfo-- &.. .if i, Page 2 5K The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 19, 1914. . ffl Charley Ainsworth, hoping to do so before they should discover the value of their property, for If they knew at the vein they possessed they might fortify themselves: If they did not know I I it they might be easily frightened Into abandoning it. If the three men could not scare the owners they might kill them in a free light, which would be lawful in that lawless country, though It Was In Two Lines, murder wns apt to be punished by a vigilance committee. Both Valuable Meanwhile Tom and his son were working away with a view to finding out as much as possible about the naBy JOHN TURNLEE ture of their mine, its paying qualities and its extent, after which Charley was to go back to the cast and get capital Tom Ainsworth w.ts for many years for Its development. The family lived a prospector in western gold fields. lie on the property In a hut It had built. One evening one of the neighbors, missed several chances to uinko a fortune on account of not being able to Harding, came to the hut with a dirty analjze the dirt he took out of his piece of paper on which something had He was not even ordinarily been written and handed It to Tom holes. educated. On one occasion he took a Ainsworth. "What's this?" asked the latter. specimen of ore to a eheini&t for an "It's a deed to this property you're assay and was told that there was no gold in It. A few days later a man on." "If that's what it is I decline to came along and offered Ainsworth $100 for his claim. Tom's, w ife was 111 read it." Harding folded the paper and put it at the time, ami his boy. Chat ley, was without a decent suit of clothes. The In his pocket, saying: "This yere property belongs to me offer was accepted and a deed to the property p.ised. It turned out that and my pals, and yer wants to underthe chemist had found some gold in stand that we hain't got no use for the specimen he had assayed ami had claim jumpers. We'll give you till bought the property through another. tomorrer inornin" at Ot o'clock to It The mine turned out a bonanza. out." This is a specimen of the way Tom He turned on his heel and went Ainsworth got swindled. Neverthe- away. Ainsworth knew that the paper less most of the time he kept his son I he had offered was merely a pretest at school, and when the boy came to for an attempt to drive them off the be seventeen years old his father de- claim. Charley was not at home at the termined to send him to college. Char-H- e time, but when lie came in his father had not shown much proficiency in informed him of Harding's visit and his studies, but had manifested a fan- what It meant. The two sat down tocy for science. lie was fond of hunt- gether for a conference. If they had ing and climbing and all out of door known exactly how their enemies were sports, besides constantly wondering intending to proceed they would have why some rocks lay flat and others been able to make preparations intellistood up on end. His father thought gently, but being without this informahe saw in this the material for making a mining engineer, and with a son tion they did nothing. spent most Tom Ainsworth had of to advise him on his digging operavogue tions he might yet strike and hold on his life where shooting was In without being himself armed, because to a bonanza. away to college. he was opposed to both arming and So Charlie went His father feared that Ids taste for shooting, the former leading to the latout of door sports would overtop his ter. As for Ch.irley, he said he knew desire to learn and during his son's nothing about handling a revolver, and college course kept himself informed any one who did would hae such an as to what Charlie vtas doing. The advantage of him that it would be betfirst news of an honor conferred on his ter for him not to enter any shooting boy was disappointing. Instead of match. Mrs. Ainsworth dreaded bloodbeing given for an essay on some shed and was in favor, if their neighchemical subject, it was an appoint- bors demanded the property, of giving ment as pitcher of the university base- It up and recovering it by law. This plan did not suit the father or the ball team. Charley spent most of his time for son, who proposed to hold on to what two years in college attending to ath- belonged to them. The morning brought au end to any letics and neglecting his studies. Then, being two years older than when he suspense they felt. A few minutes aftentered, he grew ashamed of himself. er 0 o'clock their neighbors showed He was a practical chap at bottom and signs of an offensive movement. They began to look at the subject practi- came out of their cabin and stood talking together, casting occasional glances cally. His main object was to set him- at the Ainsworth home. They were self right with his father. What was about 200 yards distant, the Interventhe surest way? He decided to leave ing ground being covered at intervals the academical department of the uni- by protruding rocks, earth thrown up versity and enter a school of mines. from digging and an occasional treo. To mining engineering he devoted him- Charley Ainsworth insisted on his self as exclusively as he had to athlet- mother keeping in the cabin, behind the log walls of which she would be ics and after taking his degree returned to his home, ready for an applica- safe from bullets if any were fired. Charley also persuaded his father to tion of what he had learned. "I forgive you. Charley." said his fa- remain inside till he was called out, ther, "for the time wasted in pitchln' t the young man thinking it better that balls, considerin' what you done In he alone should receive their enemies and determine whether there was to larnln' about mines." "You can't tell, father." replied Char- be fighting. These matters being arley, "what's going" to be most useful to ranged. Charley went outside and. picka fellow in this world. During those ing up a few round stones off the two years 1 was practicing those ground, each about the size of a goo-.curves I was laying the foundation for oss. put them in his pocket. Charley did not wait long before good health, though I'll admit that it was the scientific reasons for the learning that there was to be fighting curves that Interested me more than The toughs, thinking to frighten their neighbors, started for the Ainsworth the physical exercise." "Reckon that w.is it. Charley. You cabin, each flourishing a reo!ver. was always wonderin' why things was Harding leading the way ten pact", ahead of the other two Charley took so." Charley Ainsworth began to practice one of the stones from his pocket and bis profession about the time that gold taking aim. threw it at Harding and was discovered in a new region, and hit him in the stomach, knocking tlie nothing would do but that the family wind out of him and doubling him up The other two men didn't seem to must pick up, bag and baggage, and do. Presently know seek its fortune in the latest opened boHi just whattotoHarding, picked thej him territory. Mrs. Ainsworth. who had up advanced him and been with her husband through sev- Ch irley carried see back to the cabin him between his could eral experiences in nearby discovered gasps for breath, evidently urging gold fields and knew that the people them to go for their enemy and shoot In them were like a large pack of dogs him down. Murphy, cocking his refighting for a very few bones, was volver, started on that errand, moving loath to go, but the men of the family forward to get within range, keeping overruled her. a tree in line between him and his Charley, whose muscles seemed to enemy. The threw an crave exertion, resolved to suspend The stone went circling around professional work for others and give the tree and took Murphy on the tetn himself solely to repaying his father pie. for the education he had given him. Murphy dropped and lay perfectly So the two went to work with pick and still. shovel, and Tom Ainsworth found th.it It was now Gunn's turn to take up what he had always believed about the light, and. profiting by the expethe importance of his own rience of his pals, he ran forward to a was true. Charley could form opin- breastwork of earth that had been ions from the character ot the locks thrown outof a mine and with his and the soil, the way they lay together eyes above It was taking aim with his and their tilt, which were very valua- revolver at his opponent when his ble. Resides, he could assay any spec- eyesight was seriously interfered with imens they suspected of being valua- from the dirt knocked up by a stone ble and get the result at once without that grazed the top of the barrier. He going to an assayer. who might deceive ducked, while Charley kept sending them. So the old man was happy stones, one of which, a drop, took him In the top of the head and. though it even if they did not discover a mine. Whether from Charley's knowledge did not crack his skull, knocked the of minerals or from sheer luck, a very life temporarily out of him. Harding This finished the fight. valuable piece of property was struck by the two men. Charley one day as- could by this time stand on his feet, sayed some ore from a new opening, but was shaky. Murphy was still inand it turned out very handsomely. sensible, lie died a few days later. Moreover, the vein from which it was Gunn had bad a bruise on the skull taken opened instead of closed as they that had taken all the ambition out of him dug down. They kept their secret: sent Charley called his father and him off to the nearest mining but. as ill luck would have it the par- camp for assistance. Tom returned ties digging on the next claim struck with some friends a couple of hours a continuation of the same vein, but later, but meanwhile no further demat Its end. Following It toward the onstration had been made by the enAinsworth property, they found that It emy. opened in that direction, showing that, Nor were the AInsworths ever again though their own property was of lit- Interfered with. They are now rich tle value, that of their neighbors was mine owners. Tom says that Charley's liable to be a bonanza. education in mining engineering was These neighbors were three toughs, miAhty valuable, "hut it warn't nothln' Harding. Murphy and Gunn. alongside of the way he lamed to pitch named They resolved to drive off Tom ana Ftonri around corners." w i i I Ss Listen Mr Farmer BUY GOOD SEED and they will GROW HIS EDUCATION CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Efeoctiiii HUtfli -- ALCOHOL 3 PF.lt nvvo." The Kind You Have Always Bought a i ! I ANcgelabkErcparalionlcrAs-simila- tng ihe Footf antlRcgula lingtRcStoinacJisandlJifttisof TIMOTHY, CLOVER, BLUE . II rft Bears the Signature of PromofesDigesHonJCketfiir rtcss and RestXontalnsneiter Opium-Morphine Not Narcotic. jUxSaaa-- nor Jlioual iAtf In I I unAoS, ORCHARD GRASS I I No old Seed on hand. New and complete 1 HaftcrcUDcssMaanam Unpin Sad" fifpmnEtf iU Cartoaa&Ss&z fen KSSg fcoSS. '2T VJ T. 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I ROUND TRIP FROM LANCASTER Tickets on Sale Daily February 17 to 23 Inclusive, SLEEPING CAR FARE TO $4.50 EACH WAY The first farmer sending in his copy for a Extension Limit On Tickets To March 23 TO 'APPROXIMATE Estimate for five days board and lodging HOUSE and JACK TOTAL COST FOR THE ROUND TRIP. at $1.00 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. Qards U will get them at Half Price You will have to have them so get busy and be the first. E. C. Million, Pres. T. J. Curtis. Vice Pres. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E. Deatherage, Treas. i The Phone Malison 100. Tobacco Incorporated. DIRECTORS Warehouse Capital Stock $33,000 Coy, Go. j "out-shoot- ." Lei Ifs Serve Ifovr VTfsLVizs. DC 31 1BC 1BL 31 11 E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. E. Deatherage. To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: 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. want to ask those who have tobacco left that you get it to market just as soon as you can, while prices are good. Whilewe expect a steady to strong market throughout, it is best ro sell while you know the market is good. During the last week some of the best We 1 - c,jia&. .. as Kerosene can usually be bought for about half averages were as follows: W. C. Ross sold 1125 lbs. at average of $18.08, one basket bring- the price of gasoline and ing $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 517 Tips frozen and damagedjoften keep the general average low, even for an excellent crop. Price Williams two-thir- ds soid 895 lbs., averaged $16.50; Haden Bros, sold 1005 lbs., averaged $17.95; Ross & sold 2770 lbs for $443.50. Fairbanks - Morse Jack of all Trades Kerosene Engines will develop as much power on a gallon of kerosene as on a gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Our patented double fuel tube reservoir makes them easy starting even in cold weather and does away with any adjusting for varying loads. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Write VanArs-dal- e You will remember that our market is stronger now and has been throughout 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 till we close. Market your tobacco at once, and continue to sell with the house that gets you the J:op notch prices THE MADISON HOUSE. Thanking you, we are, Very truly yours. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. incorporated. n THE m. w& CENTRAL 1 RECORD. , for 2, 4 and 6 H. P. Horizontal or Vertical. up catalog No. GD. 2106 Other engines to 500 H.P Fairbanks, Morse & Co. . SliJriDiJrMlIlTr $ .00 Per Year. 1rl1V' 8th Ave. and Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio T rv The Central Record, Thursday Feb 19, 1914, Page 3 uuuWWWW .bbbbbbbbbbb B B W bbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbW A V bbbbbbi H .LvlA M- - h fliH . bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV BBBBBBBBfl '1 ik bbbbbbbbB b LHlLkiH bbbbbbi bbbbbbbbbbbbbB V L.Hs.lw bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb 8 If IB WHY WE CARRY OINL.Y PIRCT 1 1 1 11 Because we wish to uphold our earned reputation as "THE RELIABLE SEED DEALERS" only carrying the highest grade THE BEST FIELD SEEDS ff iy CC aWmmTo9J YmMaW We nPe t0 buy the croP of Hay grown from our Clover and Timothy Seed, and of course want the Hay to be Glean U tV IK j SEEDS OBTAINABLE. and free of weeds. HUDSON & HUGHES, "The Seed Dealers." Reliable Lancaster, 8 Ky. The Courier Journal At Delinquent HALF PRICE Taxes Ex-sher- iff Miller Susen, 6 acres McCulIum, hrs 40 acres Parker Edd 15 acres Pointer Tyre, 3 acres Renfro J. E., 28 acres 7 57 8 00 4 88 3 45 2 26 8 57 8 28 5 88 1 63 STOCK HOGS IN WINTER. A Money Saving. Scant Feeding a Mistaken and Costly Idea of Economy. Ross Arch, N. R. 13 acres Todd & Son, N. R. 20 acres Wilmoth Mrs Jennie 80 A 1 45 Young Chas., N. R. 35 acres 2 27 2 65 2 90 Paint Lick No 4, Colored. 2 90 8 00 9 75 $3.00 For 12 flonths Please let us send in your subscription. I, G. T. Ballard, of Garrard County, Ky., will on R. E. WcRoberts & SPECIAL OFFER Son. being the first Herald Monday, Feb 23rd, '14 Daily Louisville 1914, day of the regular term of the Garrard County Court, sell the following described proper ty, to satisfy the State, County and School Taxes to-w- it: During January and the CENTEAL EECOUD By Mail for One Year at Special price of $2.75. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper at the price of This offer positively expires on January 31st, 1914. Lancaster White, No 1, 1912 5 92 Creech J. M. 3 acres Grimes James, 11 acre Hatfield John 1 acre Miller W. H. 26 acres Naylor Nannie, 1 acre Pollard Geo heirs, town lot Colored List, No 1. 1913 5 66 4 90 6 40 2 27 13 72 Adams, Susan Hrs 1 acre Burnside, Clell 1 acres Campbell, Mattie 1 acre Denny Eliza 6 acres Faulkner. Abe, 18 acres Faulkner, Will 1 acre Faulkner, Bill 2 acres Faulkner, Edith 35 acres Gillispie, Jane 2 acres Gillispie, Owen 15 acre Gillispie, Bob 20 acres Harris, Bill 2 acres Hutchenson, Geo. 1 acre Kavnnaugh, Mary 8 acres Kavanaugh, Mont 4 acres Kelly, Harriet 18 acres Kelley, Isiah 26 acres Kennedy, John 1 acre Kennedy, Sim 1 acre Kennedy, Edd 1 acre Leavell, Jonas 1 acie Merritt, Henrv 8 acres Montgomery, Mary 1 acre Newland, John 2 acres Reed, Barney hrs 4 acres Rothwell, Will 18 acres White, John hrs 1 acre Yeakey. Harriett 18 2 28 4 87 4 81 6 61 J3 90 4 90 10 75 3 53 9 86 6 10 4 92 3 96 3 55 7 00 4 45 3 50 3 14 3 49 4 10 7 00 6 00 4 00 7 86 4 81 12 13 84 10 00 7 8 7 6 26 55 15 3 75 5 93 2 60 9 05 4 55 6 61 Roots & Co-v-b- Is n, COK-CEL-SA- GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to tha Original & 'Exclusive Formulas & Kecipes of Charlie White-Moo- rr CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Ths Cowloy Halslist ORIGINATOR OP ChETEKKE 1HDIA.M The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Body-Toni- c. Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N BEMEEIES j! & SCIENCE S3FE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky ffomof WASHINGTON deals ii "'! , Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. RATES l Iwm. BitttM hti ,$1.50. J2.00 op. !!' ?tt; Mnti hit taJSO, $3.00 up. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room' '"1 Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. t 11 28 Adams Geo. W., 26 acres 2 30 ? Adams Pete, N. R. 1 acre A bunch of pnxl & botes will ? 2 57 3 80 $ make the best market for sklm- Black Julia, 1 acre 2 39 3. milk this winter. Boatright Arch. N. R. town lot One reason that America has T 8 00 10 00 T Burdett Bob, 6 acres not produced horses so large as 12 68 Dunn Lisk, 27 acres those produced in Europe Is be9 90 Faulkner Bros., town lot cause, sis u rule, we are more 2 28 Graves Callie, town lot stingy foeders. 10 00 11 00 Harris W. H. town lot Too many farmers have not 6 51 2 91 Kavanaugh Walker, Bal learned tbat.lt is all wrong to 13 75 Letcher Mary, town lot feed a sow on feed that pro- 31 63 Ray Sherod, 44 acres duces beat Instead of bone and 3 54 Simpson Bettie, hrs town lot muscle. $ 6 19 Every hog bouse should be fit-Williams Jim. town lot ted with a good ventilating Bryantsville White. No 2. shaft to keep the air sweet, with 2 39 T no drafts. Brown Joe, N. R. 5 acres X Double windows are a good ln- 17 43 Hall H. H., 48 acres TRAINING DRAFT COLTS. V vestment in a pig bouse: also 4 60 Hawkins John, 3 acres 4 tight board shutters to close at 2 70 4 28 Horn Henry 1 acre Youngsters Should Be Broken Early to $ nlSnt-- a skilled veterinarian 24 87 24 63 Hudson J. S., 94 acres Use of Halter. Have 4 00 5 89 T make a careful examination of Shearer Ike, 1J acre There Is a pretty well rooted Idea 1 95 among those who raise colts that some the teeth of the old and young Shearer Elige. N. R., 1J advantage lies In allowing colts to run horses at the beginning of win- 14 46 Smally C. C. 55 acres ter- without handling until time to put 9 90 Stinnett, Reubeu hrs, 40 acres ? them to regular work, such a system 3 86 .; .; .ft ..;. ; .;. Wild R. T.. N. R. 1 acre insuring a more perfectly broken Colored No 2. work horse, saving tlmfnnd generally No doubt being more satisfactory Cochran Frank & Bill, 4 acres familiarity breeds contempt In tbe 7 04 Caldwell Harison, 1 acre horse as well as In the man. and tbe Dunn Dave, 3 acres horse that Is made a pet surely often Dunn Tom, 2 acres turns out a bad actor and unworthy 2 70 Farley Tom, 1 acre of the attention he receives. Is there not a medium road to travel in this Gaines Charlie & Bro 6 A 7 57 should be "nipped in the colt training, especially when draft; 5 98 Gaines Oscar, 8 acres bud", for if allowed to run colts are under consideration? It is 60 Garnett Willie, hrs 1 acre certainly foolish to waste time trainunchecked, serious results 2 25 Hick Mary B 1 acre ing colts that would be as well off Numerous may follow. Segar Bill & Sister, 2 acres without a good deal of the handling. cases of consumption, pneuSherley Henry, N. R. 1 acre At the beginning, however, we may monia, and 'ier fatal dis9 00 10 13 Smith Ben, 1 acre be sure that halter handling from a eases, can be ced back to Taylor Tom, hrs, 15 acres 2 33 3 55 very tender age is essential. It Is one a cold. At the first sign of a 3 28 7 50 Taylor Edd 2 acres thing that a colt never seems to learn cold, protect yourself by well after he has become large and Buckeye White, No. 3. thoroughly cleansing your strong, and a horse that does not step system with a few doses of np promptly to the baiter and that 7 15 Burton, J. Bl li acres 6 10 does not firmly believe that bis con121 acres Cook, Fount, 49 82 THEDFORD'S nection with the man at" the other end 5 07 Crews, W. M., 10 acres of the baiter Is absolutely unbreaka1 acre 1 65 60 East. Minerva, ble is surely more or less a nuisance 19 23 Farthergill, J. W. 35 acres for bis full life, and that generally BLACK-DRAUG- HT means for twenty years or more a Colored list No. 3. long tune to contend with any nui4 18 Arnold. Clayton 8 acres sance. Buford, Fred 4 acres 6 00 8 12 As to the advisability of further 13 19 Hickman, Logan 16 acres training of tbe draft colt before be Is 13 19 past two there may well be some Leavell Tildy Hrs. 25 acies doubt Our drafters take naturally 'to Leavell, Edd bal 8 acres 6 10 862 the old reliable, vegetable work In harness, some actually stepRenfro Wiles & wife 3acres 9 00 12 00 liver powder. ping into regular wflrk tbe first time Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o White, Paint Lick. No 4. harnessed and eventually becoming Madison Heights, Va., says: true and energetic workers. But per10 00 11 11 using Thed-ford- 's Brock Emmet. 30 acres "I have been haps this requires unusual ability and ht for Brock Ira, 15 acres 5 66 patience, which It is extremely doubtstomach troubles, indiges7 00 9 95 Brock John, 50 acres ful if more than a small minority of tion, and colds, and find it to Byrd W M., 30 acres 7 46 those who handle horses possess. This be the very best medicine I Cummins Mat, N. R., 41 acres 799 question of extended early training of ever used. It makes an old Fields J. , 2 acres 6 19 draft colts Is debatable. Perhaps lu man feel like a young one." tbe end the plan to be followed matGarr Scott Co., 500 acres 354 ters not, all depending upon the man. Insist oa Thedford's, the 5 00 -- 7 63 Holme Sam 10 acres -- 67 Surely some men are so constituted original and genuine. Isacke Simon, Barl 70 acres 4 61 as to spoil any horses they handle 4 00 685 Lamb Alex, li acres ' or lack of Lamb Sam; 25 acres 6 00 7 13 fcVCT1 whatever the systemStockman. system followed. National Mason Bros.,. 2d0 acres 15 00 f LIVE STOCK NOTES. j J Tbe stock bog is an easy victim of disease in certain cases. He is generally "roughed" through the winter. He doesn't receive a balanced ration In many cases. It often happens that the stock hog's owner wants to get the animal through tbe winter at small expense. The owner intends to wait unVALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. til spring before doing any systematic feeding. This is a grave mistake. The feed given the stock hog need not be as expensive as the feed given the hog in the fattening corral, but a ration which will supply the proper kind of nourishment should be given. A ration which The Central Record-on- e year will promote good growth can be formed by combining corn, ollmeal. shorts, The Weekly Enquirer-on- e year bran, alfalfa hay and tankage. When Farm News, monthly-on- e year ollmeal is fed tankage can be dis.25 pensed with. When alfalfa hay Is fed Woman's World, monthly-on- e year .35 bran can be dispensed with. Tbe alfalfa hay will take tbe place of bran: Poultry Success, monthly-on- e year .50 the ollmeal will act as a conditioner one year Farm and Fireside, .50 the same as tankage. While tankage contains about twice as much protein as ollmeal (tankage contains CO per Regular value cent protein, and ollmeal contains 34 per cent), ollmeal contains C per cent fat and 9 per cent fiber. Ollmeal is a For All, One Year very desirable feed for roughing hogs Our through the winter. When ollmeal Is fed regularly tbe stock hog does not hare a rough, unthrifty appearance when spring comes. He will be sleek and smooth even if he is not fat The mill feed should be given tbe stock bog In the form of a slop. Shorts You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. You should be given In the proportion of could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a about twice as much shorts as Ollmeal can be mixed with wa- remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a high-clamet: ter alone, but it Is rather slimy unless ropolitan weekly, a popular farm monthly, a leading woman's magasome other mill feed, such as shorts. Is mixed with It-- Of course some men zine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest will prefer to give their hogs dry feed magazine. in this case ollmeal. corn chop, shorts, This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If vou etc., can be mixed together and fed in I a feeder. are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be Corn alone is not a good feed for extended from date it expires. growing hogs. The nnimals require a feed which will make good bone. ' To-da- y. When a stock hog develops a beavy frame it Is in shape to take on fat rapYou must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher is idly. This kind of bog returns tbe largest profits to Its owuer. Tbe al- limited. Call or mail all orders direct to falfa hay can be given to the bogs in a small rack. Tbe slats on this rack should be rather close together so the animals will not pull out large amounts of tbe hay and tramp it into the mud. COMBINATION OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. EVER OFFERED. LESS THEN HALF PRICE $1.00 1.00 y, $3.60 Special Bargain Price ONLY $1.60 l. ss semi-month- ly Subscribe Now- - - The Central Record Mardi Gras EDN i ,;....;;j:..;i..;i..;..;fr. FROnGFESTIYITI NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-2- 4, 1914 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than March 6, with extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R Colds PRIVILEGES. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 101 E.Main Street. Lexington, Hy. -- FLORIDA This is the Season when Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Riding, Driving, and all other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Offers excellent service and most attractive routes Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of the World. nic Stop En Route at These Famous Southern Resorts CHARLESTON AIKEN SAVANNAH AUGUSTA COLUMBIA SUMMERVILLE Asheville in "The Land of the Sky" Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Fares Tour Fares. Stopovers and other special features. Variable Black-Draug- S-- For information a to acAof, farm and through Stomping Car smroico communicato with your iocai agont or Main 1937 City 1938 B. H. Todd. D. P. Starka Buildinr. Louisville, Ky. A, 19-8- gfslLi tirlli .'i-i-j .. - Page 4 i The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 19, 1914. T HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND,. KENTUCKY. 0$04iQGQS&&aGa&3G I I Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Best Light. The Largest and Most Convenient. Automatic Scales. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. SS385!g:SSS The best show ever seen in Lancaster at School Spelling Bee. consented to Auditorium, next thursday Mr. B. F. Hudson has,, give out out the words at the spelling Feb'y 26th. Dont match at the Graded School building on (night, Friday night. Mr. Hudson Is a Schoo- miss it. Mr. B. F. Hudson To "Give Out" At INCORPORATED. The Central Record 3SUED Weekly. v. $1.00 a year. J. ROBINSON. Editor. Misses Mary Arnold and Elizabath Andnrson will leave for Corbm, Ky., about March 1st where Miss Arnold milwill open up a new and linery. Their many friends here wish them much success in their new enterprise. Happy Parents. School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Bro. Tinder was a visitor at our school and delivered a welcome address. TOBACCO FOE, In PLANTS The School cleared $30 on the Horace lmaster of the old type, taught when K. Turners art exhibit and owing to the "blue back" was in vogue, add is Terrible Cost of The Scourge! the bad weather the 3 days it was here, The arrival of a beautiful little girl thoroughly conversant with pronunciaentered at the Post Office tu t.aucitster. Ky., Dr. Irving Fisher, professor of polit- the money cleared is a mighty "big" on last Tuesday is causing much hap- tion, and the people who have the conSecond Class Mall Matter. piness in the home of Mr. and Mrs, test in chaige are very fortunate to ical economy at Yale, has compiled fig- sum. ures of the annual cost of tuberculosis Member Kentucky Press Association John nenry. At this writting we are have secured his services. Entertainment On account of the in the United States and they stagger unable to give the name of this little and Art Photographs in the Auditorium j Miss. imagination. He says that it costs Friday Simon Anderson Wears Broard Smile. Eighth District Publishers League. Miss Smith's room exercises $1,235,000,000.. $665,000,000 to the pa- was postponed until this Friday morning. The significant smile that only the Judge Burnside Improving. tients themselves and $570,000,000 to The Public is invited to be present. trained eye of the news reporter, when Lancaster, Ky., February 19, 1914. It will be gratifying to the many news is scarce notices, was seen hover- others, with a number of lives sacriSpelling Match .There will be a ficed reaching 155,000. Last year - A. Burnside, who ing over the countenance of Simon and friends of Judge Rrwere contributed to fight the spelling match, Friday night at School has been seriously ill of stomach trou- when we a3ked his friend. Harry Thon -Rates For Political Announcements ble, to know, that he is improving rap- linson, the cause he replied that nis scourge, of which came from Auditorium at 7:30 and the public is The invited to spell. As yet Mr. Caneer For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 idly and his physicians now think that "dominecker" hen had laid an egg. the state and local governments. doctor urges that greater sums he con- has not decided on the Captains bat is out of danger. . . 10.00 he .. or County Offices Upon further inquiry we learned that tributed and states that if they were the school and the Public will line up 15.00 For State and District Offices Simon had taken violently to chicken multipled ten times "perhaps in a few together. Admission to everyone will Dr. 8. Ramsey III. .10 f)r Calls, per line raising eaily last fall with a view of years we would wipe a great scourge be 10 cents whether you spell or not. 10 For Cards, per line Garrard county relatives have been having eggs all winter. He has given off the earth." The ratio of return if Mr. B. F. Hudson will "give out" the publications in the interFor all of notified of the serious illness of Dr. B. this flock all the tender watch-car- e words. est of individuals or expresRamsey at the home of his daughter in a fond mother, they have been fed the the country provided for registration, isolation and education in infectious 2nd and 3rd Grade Spelling Match, sion of individual views, per Chattanooga Tenn , and his son Mr. choicest from the table, pike xu Burdette Ramsey Jr. hurried to his rocks were not good enough to grind in cases, the doctor declares would be be-- I Last Friday evening Miss Lena Bright line 05 bedside on last Saturday afternoon. their gizzards, so imported oyster yond the dreams of avarice. Obituaries, per line offored two box's of candy to the two The greatest enemy of the human grade's to have a spelling match and a Owing to Dr. Ramsey's advanced years, shells were ordered. Thev nave not race must be dethroned. It can be box each to go to the best spellers. We secured an international right of he is in his 89 th year, grave fears are only been given a daily bath, but their and it will be if the country can be Little Miss Elsie Fathirgill and Master Now entertained for his recovery. toe nails have been manicured. way at Panama, several years ago, aroused to the possibilities of the Robert Caneer won the box of candy i comes the reward of labor, one of his through a binding treaty agreement glorious triumph over disease and offored by Miss Bright A Home Institution. for the second hens has laid an egg. that all nations shruld use the canal death, to which science has pointed un- grade and Master Rucker Hamilton! upon terms of perfect equality with The local tobacco warehouse conducterringly. Todd won the box of candy offored by A Demonstration. ourselves. ed by Chas. Speith & Co. of Louisville, her for the best speller in the 3rd grade. Other nations kept hands off in the with Will Speith and Jake Graw in Says the Berea Citizen: Fire Insurance Companies Threaten To These thre brilliant pupils and Masters recritical period, and now we would charge, has purchased close to a million "In 1910 there were, according to the of their spelling classes are subject's of ward them by repuditating a solemn pounds of the weed in Garrard county United States census, 1,152 illiteiates Leave The State In The Event The Miss Andersen's Room.- agreement and giving our own shipping this season, and the average price paid in Rowan county. Now there are The 1913 Foot Ball Sweaters have ar- - j President Wilson has is close to 13$ cents per pound. Taking twenty-threa preference. are These twenty-thre- e Glenn Measure Becomes A rived for the boys who played such ' taken a stand against our Panama into consideration the fact that there classified as follows: good Foot Ball here the past season. canal tolls enactment, saying that our was much damaged tobacco this year, Law. "Too stubborn to learn, four; conIhpse boys are certainly worthy of exemption of American coastwise ves this is a splendid average, better per- firmed invalids or sick during campaign, Mr. James A. Beazley is in receipt these Sweaters and is a mighty nice sels from toll is a violation of the Hay- - haps than many of the loose leaf houses six; defective eyesight, six; idiots, five: Pauncefote treaty. Every year brings new moved ii during closing days of cam of a telegram from one of the leading gift to each member of the local Foot can boast. insurance companies which he repre- ball squad. They practiced hard each It is no wonder that President Wil customers to this popular house, cus- paign, two. sents, which reads as follows;- afternoon and then played hard Foot son should denounce this subversion of tomers who have tried the markets "This is the result of a campaign "Having under consideration with- Ball. These boys played the best Foot international honor. It is that, and away from home, only to find that they started by the county superintendent, more, it is plain, unadulterated dishon- could have done as well or perhaps Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, two years drawal from Kentucky if Glenn bill be- Ball and the Record shows them for comes a law do not cancel and rewrite above the average of several years esty. Dishonesty is bad enough in the better by marketing at home. ago, to wipe illiteracy from the county. any risks now upon North British and individual, but when a nation stoops to It is the first practical demonstration Mercantile books nor give us any new back. They also did not have any coaching but played to thejbestof their policy of dishonesty the disaster is Old Love. Back To The a of the ability of the people of a politibusiness". The message was sent knowledge. The following are proud appalling. Dr. R. L. Pontius is in Lancaster cal unit to educate all their people that from the office of the manager of the owners of nice white Sweaters with a Congressman Swager Sherley an- this week and is being warmly wel- has been furnished by any portion of company in New York. purple "H" in the middle which stands nounces that he will vote for the bill comed by county in his host of friends, who are the United States. No other Twenty two of the leading fire insur for "High" or "Lancaster High repealing the law and we feel sure he delighted to know that he is again with all America has such a record. It is a ance companies in the country have School", Messrs Billy Swope, Sterling is taking a course that will be approvthe Kentucky Experimental Station at demonstration of the efficiency of the telegraphed their managers for Ken Herron, Bradley Bourne, Ector Law- ed by his constituents Lexington. Dr. Ponitus is over to im- rural schools when they ure'enlisted in tucky as follows "You will please at son, Joe West, Dalton Rich. Bowen The Panama canal is a monument to munize a lot of hogs for Bro. Tinder. a common cause. It is also a demon- once telegraph or telephone all of our Givens, Carl Acton. Cecil Brown, Wood American might, the greatest engineer- Some months ago he went back to his stration of the ability of the mountain agents in Kentucky not to cancel any Wilmot ing exploit of history. and Robt. Tomlinson. The nation old home in the east to accept a flatter- people to handle their own problems." policies for the purpose of cannot afford to place a blot upon this ing offer from an automobile It is also a demonstration of the otner tnan snort rates", rewriting at The following were the program's at firm. The other com mighty work by launching it to the Experimental Station, with which he worth to Kentucky of Mrs. Cora Wil- panies are expected to take similar the Horace K. Turner's Art Exhibit at accompaniment of historic perfidy. was once connected having need of a son Stewart, than whom the State has action immediately. These instructions the school Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. good man and knowing jnst where to no citizen more devoted in intelligent were called forth upon, the companies The Glenn Insurance Bill has passed find him made Dr. Pontius a flattering service or more deserving of honor. Wednesday learning their agents were offering the House, notwithstanding the general offer and one he felt he couldliot afford It might be well for Kentucky could Insurers extended protection by can- Song Prof. Ireland, Speech Miss Mildred. Beazley, protest sent up from all parts of the to reject hence his return to Kentucky. her ideal of service be extended- to celling their politics and rewriting Song Mr. Bradley Bourne, State. It is doubtful if the Senate officeholders higher up. The realisa will pass this bill. Should it become a Prohibition For Entire State Soasht By tion that public office carries with it risks under a renewal clause. Piona Solo Miss Katie B. Dickerson. If the Glenn measure becomes a law, law and be as drastecally enfo.-ceThursday Night-T- alk as responsibility for public service is, to which seems a surety, and the insurLeading Temperance People Of by Miss Lettie Mae McRoherts. it is contemplated the general public, speak mildly, restricted.. As long as it ance companies carry out the policy Song Miss Mary Lee Lear. who have property to insure will suffer remains so restricted Kentucky's which State. their actinns indicate, namely, to Song Mr. Bradley Bourne, imore than the insurance companies. It tax; system and schools and roads and Leading prohibitionists of the state the inmates of her charitable and penal withdraw from, the state, the people Song Miss Viola Beagle, will be difficult for those'representatives who promised the people while they headed by J. R. Redd of Bourbon institutions will continue to pay the will be left practically without any in- Song Miss Florence Johnson, surance protection. were candidates that they would favor county are urging the passage by the penalty. Instrumental Miss Mary Davis, Song Miss Grade Mae Cochran, the creation of no more new offices to Legislature of a bill introduced by Rep. explain to their constituents their vote W. M. Webb of Johnson county pro Beasley Bro. Refuse Fancy Offer For Instrumental Miss Ctiarlotte PolJitt. Song Mr. Allen Johnson, for a bill that provides $100,000.00, the viding for a constitutional amendment Their Splendid Farnr, "McGrathiana larger part of which to : distributed to be submitted to the people ot the Friday Night Near Lexington. on the subject. The bill has been to appointees of new offices created. state of excellent pictures to be shown Speech Mr. Owen Hendren, In the event this measure becomes a reported favorably by the Constitutional Pieces Qn Graphonola. Messrs "Pony" and Dick Beasley, at the law and receives the approval of the Amendments, but it is thought it will who own the famous- - "McGrathiana" Don't forget the spelling match next Governor, it will be interesting for the never pass the House, and if it does it a farm comprising 41fr acres, and oneof night. Lancaster Opera House Fridayhas been, Admission 10 cts. a nice public to watch some of the statesman will be given short shift in the Senate. the best of the many good farms in offored for the best prize This week, and next. in the Lower House hanging around the Rev. Redd admits there is scant hope Fayette county, this week refused an speller. pie counter to get a slice of that hundr- for its passage at this session, but offer of $160,000) for the place which FEB. 25th. ed thousand dollar Mince they helped states that if the matter were submit- was made by Price McKinney. the milER1DAY NIGHT. Read next week "School News" and to make in the creation of the Glenn ted to a vote of the people it would lionaire turfman of Cleveland O. The "Redemption. of Railroad Jack." also Central Reeord advertisements. carry by an overwhelming majority. Bill. (Selig Drama.) Messrs Beasley hold the place at $200,-00This and next weeks issue to see about "Merrill Murder Mystery. Feb. 26th Hero As Well As Editor. Representative J. R. Mount lined up "McGrathiana, farm, which lies about (Pathe drama.) Honor Roll. Not only the hero of many a battle three miles from this city on the New Glenn Bill and with those favoring the SATURDAY NIGHT. 8tb. Grade. Christine voted for it when it came up for pas- with the pen, but Editor Harry Som-me- town pike, was founded many years ago Sanders. "The Clad" Special Feature. of the Elizabethtown News has by the noted turfman. Price McGrath, James Siler, Anne Reid, Mary Owsley, sage in the House. The petition sent (Lubin Mary Lee Lear, Wilma Henry, Gladys down by the citizens of this County proven himself a veritable latter day, and to which was later added fame as Life and a Merry 'A Short(Edison comedy) One." Frisbie, Ruth Carrier, Mildred Beazley, and the instructions given to him were flesh and blood hero. Mr. Sommers who the home of Hanover when it was own Florence Acton, Val Cook. ignored. It is usually very wise for a is wintering at St. Petersburg Fla to- ed by Col. Milton Young, present chair "The Toils of Deception." 7th Grade. George Swinebroad.Nelle representative to give some consideta-tio- n gether with a large number of other man of the State Racing Commission (Selig drama) Rigsby, Carrie Belle Romans, Clayton to the wishes of those whom he is Kentuckians who can afford such When Col. Young dispersed Ka stud MONDAY NIGHT. luxuries, was out on the water recently and retired from breeding about ten Morrow, Mary Davis, Bernice Champ. supposed to represent.. "Monogram Cigarette." with a number of pleasure seekers, vears ago he sold McGrathiana for (Kalem drama) when the craft sprung a leak, the about $138,000 to Beasley Bro., wealthy "The Fireuy" At Ben Ali. The Worst Ever. water was exceedinly rough, the tide cattle dealers of Garrard county. The "Terrors of the Jungles." "Special' (3 excellent films Lubin.) The name of Hammerstein in asThere are none of us entirely free was going out rapid.y and it looked as Messrs. Beasley, who are bachelors, ( sociation with a theatrical organiza from superstitutions, and those of us if in spite of all their effortj the frail moved to the place which has since TUESDAY NIGHT. tion is generally accepted by theatrewho have always looked askance upon boat would be carried into the turbid been conducted as a cattle feeding and "Hard Cash." Special Feature. Edison drama, 2 reels. goers as a guarantee of excellence, and the Friday that fell upon the 13th day waters of the Gulf of Mexico, even if general agticultural farm by the same token, the announcement "And The Watch Came Back.". of the month, now have just cause to it could be kept afloat that long. To Mr. McKinney desired to secure a (Kalem Comedy) say "I told you so". Last Friday, the make matters worse, half the crew was permanent home for his fine horses, that Arthur Hammerstein'snew comedy opera. "The Firefly", with Miss Edith 13th, ushered in about the worst "spell sea sick. Mr. Sommers together with which have since their purchase been WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Thayer as the bright shining light of weather" to which we have been several other Kentuckians set about kept at Kingston farm, of which Miss "Her Present." Lubin Comedy. which will appear at the Ben Ali, Lextreated in many years; it rained, hail-ed- , bailing the boat in an endeavor to get Elizabeth Daingerfield is manager, and "The Tenderfoot Sheriff." ington's Theatre Beautiful for 3 persnowed, sleeted, froze and thawed, at the cause of the trouble arid if pos- as he was named for the grand old S. & A. Western. formances, Feb. 24th and 25th Matinee the roads were almost impassable, sible remedy it. After more than an turfman who founded McGrathiana as THURSDAY NIGHT. Wednesday Feb 25th gives rise to the travel was almost at a standstill, and hour of almost superhuman efforts the a stock farm, Mr. McKinney felt "Under The Daises." Special. telephone and telegraph lines were de- water was sufficiently lowered to find belief that this city will see something leaping toward that place. (Vitagraph drama, 2 reels) ranged, and havoc in general was play- the seat of the trouble and adjust the out of the ordinary in the way of comic Therefore, wlfile here last week he "The Laay and the Gloves." Saturday, while not so stormy, disordered machinery. In the mean- tried to buy the farm, but Messrs operaentertainment. Arthur Hemmer ed. (Vitagraph drama) stein, who is the son of the famous was in some respects equally as bad, time however, all on board had donned Beasley asked $200,000 'for it, which as FRIDAY NIGHT impresario, Oscar Hammerstein, has earth was one solid sheet of ice, .'and life preservers, and had abandoned the farm only comprises 416 acres, Mr. "The Capture of Bad Brown." spared neither pains nor expense to vno creature, either beast or human, themselves to their fate, which but for McKinney considered too high, and he (Sjlig Western) could traRel without being rough shod the bravery of the men on board, lead left for Juarez without further negomake this production the supreme ef"Secret Treasure." Trains were late. by Editor Sommers, would have been tiations. fort of his busy career. Otto Hauer- in some manner. '(Pa the drama.) consumed the entire day death in the waters, as the frail life bach wrote the Dook and Rudolf Friml Today, however, he telegraphed Miss rural carriers SATURDAY NIGHT. composed 'the score. In Miss Thaver's in making their trips, country people preservers would have beeu but slight Daingerfield to offer $150,000 for Mc"Midnight Message." Special. Grathiana, which she did, but the offer support will be found Maxfield Moree, who had business in town were com' protection. Mr. Sommers has taken an oath to was declined by the present owners,. Berton Lenihan. Chas. H. Bowers, Bert pelled to postpone it, and it was with "Bumps and Willie." (Selig comedy) Wheeler, Paul Veron, Thelma Fair; great discomfort that the pedestrian forever forswear aquatic sports, and and Mr. McKinney will probably purAlice Gaillard, Etta Hager and Irene who was compelled to be out, could will confine his use of water in future chase some other farm for establishing "Bills Career as Butler.'' to drinking purposes and tub tatha. travel. ' (Edison comedy) Samsel. . hisatud.! R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. 00 two-thirtid-bi- ts I I J e. d SALE. order to have good tobacco plants for sale, it is neccessary for you to use good canvas. We will furnish you the best grades at 3 to 3ic. a yard, -C- OLD META- L- Sow our Gold Metal field seed and you will get the best results. Our prices are right. Becker, Ballard & Co. p (- -J ONE 27. - BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. o ca w cs o C ctf s w Q S HBH a o z, O a CO s H 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. V Capftal $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. JENiJY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 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J mtmm$mmmimimmimtmtmii lilA. . & sl-- IKJ. j &'... -- SXfi J - A., j. V". The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 19 1914. The Greatest and best Plow made. Page 5 D If tral rt Miss Lizzie Bettis has returned to The following taken from the society Slightly Affected By The Weather. coluums of a Tulsa Oklahoma paper the Normal School in Richmond. Y0DUF1ND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mother Tommy, what was the golden J Mrs. Rufas Blakeman, of Kirksville, gives an elaborate account of a recep- text at Sunday-school- ? tion by Mrs. W. I. Williams in that is with her sister, Mrs. John Ross. Tommy "Many are cold, but few 5 city in honor of Misses Helen and Miss Lula Slack is in Winchester Martha Gill and Misses Jane and Mary are frozen." Fresh Fish at W. B, Ball's. wo visiting friends and relatives this week. Doty, all of whom are guests of relaJohn Nevius Dead. New barrel of Kraut at W. B. Ball's A Brief Mention of the Comings and Elder F. M. Tinder was the recent tives in Tulsa. Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Mr. John J. Nevius died at the home ""Four lovely young women of Kenguest of Mrs. H, M. Ballou, ot StanFor Sale I tucky, the Misses Martha and Helen of his brother Mr. Cal B. Nevius near ford. Crab Orchard last Friday morning. 154J acres land near Hyattsville Ky. Mrs. George Smith Jr. is in Mays-vil- le Gill of Lancaster, who are guests in His remains w;re interred in the cem- If not sold by March 1st, would lease Mrs. W. A. Arnold has recuperated visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, the home of Judge W. I. Williams and etery at Danville on the following Sat- to one or more parties for tobrcco or after a severe cold. Mrs. Williams, and the Misses Jane Darnall. and Mary Doty, also of Lancaster, who urday. M.r. Nevius had never fully re- hemp. Miss Bessie Prather is in Richmond Huston-vill- e, Miss Eddie Carpenter, of Address, Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. are visiting their sister. Mrs. J. Brad- covered, from a stroke of paralysis visiting friends and relatives. which, be- sustained several years ago. was a recent visitor of Mrs. R. ford Jennings, Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. SYRACUSE PLOWS stood as honorees of the Hfc wadeJOHN OEERE STEEL and Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford with H. Batson. his home with his brother Phone 4872. Lexington Exchange. large and handsome reception at which Mrs. Stephen Walker, of Hustonville Mrs. Williams was hostess on Thursday during a part of. the time Mr. Cal Vulcan Plows at reduced Drices. All kinds of Plow Gear. Prices right her cousin Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Margaret Ramey, of Eminence, wa3 with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Walker, afternoon at 709 South Denver avenue. Nevius lived in Lancaster, and he has For Sale. many friend3 here is here with her sister, Mrs. Ed Walker. the first of the week. The interior of the Williams home in learn of his death. who will regret to For Sale at a bargain. 140 acres of Miss Henrietta Mackey, of Newport, uie ungmness oi nowers ana ine. preMiss Rella Arnold is at home after a fine new land with improvements and After Thirty Years. is here to take charge of Mrs. Ada sence of scores of beautifully gowned weeks stay in Cincinnati and Louisville. plenty of water. J. W. Caldwell, women, contrasted sharply with the un Kinnairds' trimming rooms. Mr. Thomas Gould who is visiting McKinney Ky. W. R. Cook has returned from a profavorable weather conditions of the the Haselden Bro, was a resident of tracted business stay in Butler.Georgia." Mrs. Homer Tinsley, who has been afternoon which it might he said pre Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store Lancaster thirty years ago, at that ill at the home of her father, Mr. J. B. small time being six years of age. Notwith for renewal for papers and magazines. XT Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts were Conn has improved sufficiently to re- vented only a comparatively ISN'T number from being in attendance. in Frankfort for a visit of several days. standing this fact, Mr. Gould asserts Get my catalog prices. turn to her home in the country. ArwnxR. A profusion of southern smilax mas. that the town seems very Mrs. Dollie Brown. or familiar to him Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sebastain are The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday sed on the staircase and in the grilled and he distinctly remembers just the court guests of Misses Bessie and Eunice jSaiufG Car Salt. afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. F. archways, and bouquets of pink house and other old land marks. Mr. Prather. e Fm'wBk. Hudson. The theme for discussion was Killarney roses formed the back Goulds mother was a sister of the One-habushel bag 20cts. 1 bushel late ground of the attractive picture preJVC Mr. Miller Lackey of Richmond, has "The Beginning of Italian Poetry". Sherman and Joe Haselden and of Mr. bag 35c. 2 bushel bag 70c, 280 lb barrel WJUfT been the recent guest of Miss Margaret sented within the Williams home be- Samuel Haselden of Bryantsville. TO S. N. Davis, Lancaster, Ky SATISFACTION Mr. $1.80. Walter Holtzclaw and Miss Ophelia tween the hours of 3 and 6 Noland, o'clock. Thomas Gould is travelling for one of Walker of this county were united in In the lines which stood to receive the largest Miss Emma Hays, of Stanford, is SWEET CLOVER WWt manufacturers of automomarriage and left at once for Stearns the callers were Mil V4 is what you are grouped, Mrs. Wil- bile tires in New York. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James A. The great new fertilizer and Ky to make that place their future liams, Miss Gill, Beazley. Miss Doty, Miss home. equal to alfalfa in hay and chiefly after, any Carolyn Dickey, Miss Mary Doty, Miss Oar Honor Roll. Miss Mamie Walters has returned pasture Write for price list of seed Miss Kathleen Hanley, the recent Helen Gill, Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. body can sell shoes. Butjto keep on selling them season from a visit to Miss Mattie Lee Hubble We take pleasure in announcing the and "Free Circular" telling how to Mon George P. Taubman, introduction guest of Miss Minnie Brown. left in Stanford. of grow it. after season to the same persons that means satisfying day for Louisville where she has ac- the guest being made by Mrs. George following who paid their subscriptions this week for which we are very grateJOHN A. SHEEHAN. Misses Elizabeth Anderson and Mary cepted a position in one of the leading the customers or they would not come back. We fit you T. Williamson, and Mrs. J. Wesly pd ful. We hope to add quite a number R. D. . Falmouth. Ky. Arnold have returned from a stay in dry good stores. before we let you leave the store; give the best made, most West, during the early afternoon, and Cincinnati. next week as next Monday is our Coun stylish and Best Finished Shoes and guarantee their duraCoal For Sale. Lancastrians will be gratified to hear Mrs. W. Lyle Dickey and Mrs. Ralph ty Court Day and we feel certain that Mr. David Ross known to all as bility. And the prices are also satisfactory. that W. B. Mason Jr., Thomas Elmore S. Wagner, in the late receiving hours. on that day many of our delinquents We are selling coal from 12 to 14J in "Uncle Dave" has been quite sick for Other matrons of the assisting party will Alexander Robinsou and Joe West are the yard. One cent more delivered bv pass us that dollar. some days past. making good records as students at the were Mesdames John Roy, C. S. Bruce Mrs. Lester Wilson S. J. Hurt the load. Harry D. Murdock, W. C. Black, Miss Mr. and Mrs, S. G. Haselden, and Military school in Millersburg. Try our Red Comet coal, large block. Annie Kincaid H. B. Wheeler Conn Linn, and Harry Campbell. The J. S. Haselden were in Louisville for S. Schuoler John Williams fine free burner, free from slate or Elizabeth Johnston, the pretty little Misses Elizabeth Dickey, Gwendolyn J. DC 3C the automobile show. Dr. B. B. Montgomery other impurities. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Wal Collier and Mary Clay Williams, were E. N. Todd Mrs. Annie Stone Henry Jackson Phone 35. H. B. Northcott, Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRoberts. ker of Buckeye, celebrated her fifth at the punch bowl in the den, where an Henry John Wylie Teater of Covington, are guests of Mr. and birthday last Sunday. Most delicious orcnestra of hve pieces was stationed Masonic Club Notice of Disolution. Miss Minvel Bogie Mrs. Joseph Burnside, refreshments were served the happy in, a bower of palms, to play during the T. T. Pollard By consent in writing of the ma Dr. E. A. Wesley. guests. icceiving nours. Miss Sadie Richards has returned to little jority of stockholders of shares of The dining table centerpiece was an Mount Vernon after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry enter- epergne filled with the Killarney roses. Valuable Information About The Growing stock of The Joseph Mercantile Comher friend, Miss Ollie Dean. tained "At Rook" on Tuesday evening The pany, notice is hereby given that said ices were heart shaped, and the Of Alfalfa. The folcorporation is dissolved and 13 closMiss Olive Dean gave a rook party at their home on Hill Court. cakes were in hearts, surmounted by In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our for her recent attractive visitor, Miss lowing guests being present; Mr. and tiny cupids. Garrard county farmers have of late The mints also showed years been turning their attention to ing out its business, and all persons Mrs. Carlton Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Fraz-ie- r cupids having debts or demands against the Sadie Richards, of Mount Vernon. in pink and white. the growing of alfalfa, a great many Hurt, Mrs. Henry Simpson, Misses Mrs. Williams received in a becom- of them with indifferent success. The corporation "shall present them at Dr. W. R. Burnside, of Barbourville, Kate Simpson. Olive Dean, Mabel is here at the bedside of his brother, Mason, Margaret Noland, Susie Bra-she- ing gown of brocaded apricot crepe following article taken from "Our once for payment, and all persons meteor and she wore a corsage of sun- Country" gives the experience and owing said corporation will call and Judge R. A. Burnside. who shows some and Mr R. M. Hewlett. settle their acconnts. set roses and violets. improvement. Miss Gill's some valuable hints from one of our The Joseph Mercantile Company. Mr. Henry Moore received word gown was of black charmeuse and white neighboring countymen, Mr. W. M. in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Feb 23rd. Glass Carrier entertained The Chris Tuesday morning of the serious illness lace with pearl trimmings, while Miss By Arthur Joseph. President. tian Endeavor Society at "A one of the best stock markets in Cen- Party" on Friday evening.Valentine of his mother, who lives at Welchburg, Helen Gill was in brocaded Nell rose crignt ot btanloru, who has made a This Feb 17th, 1914. Lancaster is careful study of the growing of this Very The above concern will continue crepe meteor. Miss Doty'y dress was crop, and has had splendid success. Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for tempting refreshments were served. Ky. She was stricken with paralysis, of pink under the same name of the Joseph crepe meteor with fur trim We would suggest that this article age, 66, some fears are enthose wfio buy and a buyer for those who sell at our Thomas Gould, of New York City, a and at herfor her recovery. Both of mings and Miss Mary Doty was wear- preserved by any farmer contemplat-be Mercantile Company as a partnership, tertained composed of Mrs Elizabeth Joseph. Fens. We have just completed our new yards and can one time resident of Lancaster, is the Mr. Moore's parents are living and ing a dress of cream silk and lace. ing sowing alfalfa, as the information guest of his cousins, Messrs J. R., S. raised a family of ten children. His Mrs. Williams' at home was the contained therein may prove of great Arthur Joseph and Adolph Joseph. 1. cattle. We have take care of G. and J. S. Haselden. mother's present illness being the only largest afternoon function of the week, value. and one which added dignity and grace For Sale. "Mr. W. M. Bright, Stanford, Ky, Mrs. Henley V. Bastin who has re- serious sickness ever in the family. 600 Mr. Moore is at the bedside of his to the social life of the city." has gone into alfalfa right. He had to turned from a visit to Nicholasville was mother. I wish to sell privately my farm condo the right way because he- - had the taining about sixty acres of land, well Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell the honor guest at a handsome social Killing At Nicholasville. best of teachers, Joseph E. Wing, watered and located 4 J miles from LanSocial function given Mrs. T. J. stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. affair given by her sister, Mrs. Charles F. Denman. Charles Hanley, coroner of Jessamine whom he heard lecture and afterwards caster on Danville pike and I mile Price at Tallahassee Florida. Mrs. M. H. Mabry gave a beautifully county shot and killed Sam Jackson a with whom he consulted. He has six from pike near Dix river; also a six Mrs. Carrie Davidson has returned appointed luncheon on Thursday at her negro in Welch's saloon in Nicholas- acres well established and will sow year old bay mare, works and drives from a protracted stay with her son, eight acres more next August, that R, L. Davidson of Tulsa Okla., and is home on South Dural street in compli ville Tuesday morning, Particulars of being the month he planted his present well and bring3 good colts every year. Three jersey heifers, fresh last of now in Richmond with her daughter, ment to her sister, Mrs. T. J. Price of the killing are as yet unobtainable. crop. His land is Lancaster, Ky. limeKentucky, who is her house guest. Hanley is a brother of Misses Kathleen March or first of April ten good ewes Mrs. Z. T. Rice. soil that produces 10 barrels of and one buck, all young and will lamb The dining room was darkened and and Josephine Hanley who have fre- stone corn per acre. His object in growing about March 16th. Rro. J. W. Beagle entertained his lighted by shaded candelabra, The quently visited in Lancaster. Jerry Bland, alfalfa is to maintain the fertility of Baraca class of twenty-fiv- e young table was charming with a center piece Lancaster, Ky. his soil and at the same time make men at his home last Friday evening. of white camelias, roses and ferns. In Memory Of William Jennings. good forage for feeding on the farm to Bro. Beagle is justly proud of this The exquisite hand painted place cards For Sale. On the morning of February 4, 1914 horses, mules, cows, cattle, sheep, hogs My Chalmers auto practically good as class and the interest they are taking were the handiwork of the talented at half past nine o'clock the death angel says the hay is fine new. In perfect in the Bible work of his church. hostess. They were ornamented with visited the home of Mrs. Nannie E. Jen and chickens. He mechanical condition. young mules and is as Varnish and paint Misses Bernie Lear and Patsy Kin- - sprays of daisies, carrying out the nings and claimed for its own her for work stock, bright and polished good for cows as clover hay and bran. just as it came from factory. A father naird were present the past week at color scheme of green and white. Four We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and William Jennings son of He writes as follows: "The preparation perfectly new unused tires not even A Hearts Meeting" given by the delicious six course luncheon was ser- Docton William R. Jennings. He was crop was begun in August 1911 soiled. students at the M. M. I. at Millers-bur- ved. Mrs. Mabry's guests were, Mrs. born Dec. 16, 1827 near Versailles in for this save you money and worry. Your Will. Insurance Policy, This car has never been wet and top They were visitors of W, B. Ellis, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Trammell, Mrs. Woodford Co. Ky., and married to by plowing a clover and timothy meadow, sowing two bushels per acre of Mortgage. Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock CertifiMason, Jr. one of this years graduates. Shackleford and Mrs. Hocker. Susun Elizabeth Jennings April 30, rye latter part of August, glazing with has never been laid back but i3 per fectly clean and creasless. 1849, who preceded him to heaven nearsheep and iambs until May, 1912, then cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, misReason for selling want a new Six To this union was covering all over with manure with ly fifty years ago. -born five children only one son, spreader, then applying 1,000 pounds cylinder 1914 Chalmers. ery and legal expense. Put your valuable papers in one of J. E. Stormes. ten grand children, one niece and one of raw phosphate rock, then turning all Lancaster. Lv. nephew servived him. Our dear friend this under about seven or eight inches Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. our Safe 8) had been failing for the last 3 years deep with three-hors- e 91 turning plow. and was an intense sufferer for about Then applying four tons per acre of 01 two weeks before his death. & ground limestone and harrowing and BY MRS. LEN LUCAS, Of Bryantsville, Ky. Eany in life he united with the and cultivating every two weeks until Christian church and about 8 years ago August 14,1912, then applying 400 lbs ESESBSSEBSSBE On Saturday March 7 moved his member ship to the Harmony per acre of sweet clover soil per acre, at 10 o'clock a. m., I will offer for sale Presbyterian church at Buena Vista inoculating the seed with the GovernIce Cream Cake. and lived a consistant christain life ment bacteria, then seed was sown and to the highest bidder, on the premises Whites of 8 eggs until his death. For the last eight harrowed lightly. The season was known as the old Wade Walker farm, years of his life he gave the most of his ideal, up and showing all over the field 3 miles from Kirksville, on the Kirks2 cups of sugar time in reading the Bible. Our dear in five days; 20 pounds of seed per acre ville and Hyattsville turnpike, the fol1 cups of butter friend was well beloved by all who knew was used. The growth was magnificent lowing. STOCK 1 cup of cornstarch him, he was polite in his manners cur-tio- until latter part of November, much of Peavine Stallion. 16 hands 2 cups of flour and kind to all. He was well it growing to height of 20 to 24 inches. high, good style and.action; 1 Jack. 1 cup of sweet milk educated and well versed in all matters "The nodules on the roots began to 14 hands high, bteck with pertaining to his country and state was show early in October. Did not graze 3 teaspoons of Royal Baidng Powder point1", has been stood four seawhat one would term a noble Christain any and cut first crop about May 23th, white Jack. Sift flour, cornstarch and baking powder together twice. Beat eggs well, a good neighbor and a perfect gentle- getting about two tons per acre first sons satisfactorily; 1 14 hands, good bone and muscle, black Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. man. We shall ever miss his kindley cutting. The balance of season very cream butter then put in sugar and cream together, then add milk then eggs 1 gray presence, but let us remember the dry and cut two more crops, and the with white points; Jack; 1 sorrel combined horse.lO-years-olthen flour, cornstarch and baking powder. Flavor with lemon. words of the Lord Jesus now he said, I two crops only making about l,o00 1 combined sorrel horse; am the ressurection and the life: He pounds per acre. Went into winter, 1 sorrel mare, foal by that believeth in me though he were 1913, with about six or seven inches jack; 1 black brood mare in foal by in Oh precious growth. This crop of alfalfa, the first dead yet shall he live. jack; 1 sorrel mare, To The People Who truth! This word of Jesus spans like years cutting, made about twice as to work and drive: 1 bay brood broke mare; 1 Rainbow the entrance to the much as a good clover field in an adcelestial 1 bay yearling sorrel mare, y ears-oldark valley. Death is robbed of its joining field, and about three times as filly; 2 yearling black horse mules; 1 sting, In the cast of every child of God, much as the timothy hay produced in sorrel colt, Sorrel horse the grave holds in custody precious be- land of same qualitv. 1 yearling pony ;1 Jersey cow now in preparation eight and calf; 1 Jersey cause redeemed dust. Talk of it not "I have No amount of misrepresentation by the heifer;l black milch as being committed to a dishonored acres adjoining this small field that I cow, will be fresh in April, fine milker; peddlers of alum baking powders, no jugtomb. It is locked up rather in the expect to give same treatment and sow 1 Jersey cow, calf just weaned; 3 stands gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, casket of God until the day wLen he in August of this year. The preparaof bees and 8 new bee gums; 1 binder; maketh up his Jewels, when it will be tion, manure, the application of phos- 1 certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p wheat drill; 1 buggy; some household fashioned in Deathless beauty like unto phate and ground limestone, the cost of and kitchen furniture. We have made arrangethe fact that any kind, can change the glorified body of the Redeemer, af- seed and all expenses up to time of At same time and place will sell ments with our mills for flicted and bereaved ones, rejoice cutting first crop cost about $20 per 247 ACRES OF LAND these special bills and can through thy tears in those hopes the acre, The hay if sold in the market, I Lying on Paint Lick creek in MadiSilver cord is only loosened not broken. think, would have brought me $43 to give prompt service. We are making the special price of offiThe funeral services was held at the $45 per acre, but I prefer to feed to son county, about 1 mile from Cotton- $1.80 per hundred If. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also home at ten o'clock by his pastor the the young stock on the place, mule burg with deeded road from Poosey of Ridge, known as the Nathaniel Cotton Rev. J. R. Smith of the Presbyterian colts, cows, calves, sheep and hogs. making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. church after which he was laid to rest "I am pleased with the prospect and farm. Said farm will be sold in three am glad I have followed the advice of tracts of 53, 100 and 94 acres rein the family burying ground. of Don't fail to see us .when in need of lumber or roofing. call of Jesus to J. E. Wing, for I believe it is a money spectively, and then as a whole, the To await the final A Friend. maker in the way of dollars, but, in ad way bringing the most money will be his sleeping dead. dition, is maintaining and building up accepted, Term3 made known on day Royal Baking Powder is indispensable of sale. J. A. COTTON. Dont miss the "Spelling the fertility of the land. R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. for making finest and most economical food. "The land on which this crop is grown Bee" at School Auditorium is well drained limestone soil and has Phone Paint Lick Exchange. night. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. uecii in cuiuvauuu uuac ui w jrcais Gossip About People Ne'N - - - J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO Your slf SHOE d. F( lf iff land-build- er R. S. BROWN. nc :c unu.atF.mis 1200 New Stock Pens Cattle and feed for all. ar Covered Pens for J. N. ROSS, Prop. REMEMBER well-draine- d in-la- g. ttesQaa fjecipes favorite jj)f The Garrard Bank Trust Company Public Sale 1914 We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. d; Anticipate Building The Fact Remains 2-- d; Tobacco Barns I has been found by the cial examinations to be the highest leavening efficiency free from alum, and absolute purity and iwholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder ' liM i Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. to-morr- ow "- - J .. iST-f-cr Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 19, 1914- - TROTE Young Washington's Behavior Rules A. rimed version of those he put In his ciipybook when he was fourteen years old. tNATOLEON'S ciation. Wear not your clothes foul, ripped or dusty. Speak not when others speak. At times when you should hold your Copyright. 1314. by American Press Asso- peace talk you must not seek. Walk not when others would stop walking. Pay men no compliment In flattery, yet honest praise Bestow with good intent. In time of mirth be never doleful In what you have to say. Whene'er your mouth is full of meat Your speech you must delay. In company read not your letters Except in case of need. And then ask leave of every one Ere you the letters read. When some one in the room is writing You must not then come near To read his lines, unless he bids. Nor with him interfere. Grace McKinstiy. x-X-- To I Two Stories of I n Washington for all bv Calumet, For daily use in millions of kitchens haa jrovcd that Calumet is highest not only ia quality but in leavcnitsz ptnotrns well unfailing in results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. mv If atP vifa CA VV" " t solved once Received Highest Awards VsrM'i Port CWcmo. III. ASHINGTON is dead. This great man struggled against 1 tyranny. He has achieved the liberty of his country. His memory will be cherished forever by the French people, as by all freemen of the two hemispheres, and especially by the French soldiers, who, like Washington and the American soldiers, fought for equality and liberty. Therefore the First Consul directs that for ten days crape be hung on all the flags and guidons of the republic Napoleon (Order to the Army, Champs de Mars, 1800). jew J J J X- - Edward Everett Hale's Character- istic Anecdotes o tbe Great Genera!. w Paru Eio- - Ui, tiuct, BUrca, JM2. Una aW3SSr An fraETmsr I . Unfamiliar Washington Father of Our Country was WHAT THEY THOUGHT ABOUT WASHINGTON. lUabf powdtr. Doa'tbaauiM. EarCtliaMt. In it r mii. .in. ijr.l lanra wlfi?iin . n f iliiil U far nftwr ti oar i3k aW ! to the Ills and with which many of ua mortals have to contend. He had poor teeth, and a portrait bust in the chancel end of Christ (Old North) church. Boston, shows him without any teeth. This bust Is one of the most peculiar representations of Washington and the ' first piece of memorinl sculpture ever executed of him. The carving is curl-- i It'll ous in that it shows him as an old h. I I man. with little of tbe grandeur of THE qualities calculated to render himself and otners happy, as Washington, and it has been very appropriately observed that, like the masterpieces of ancient art, he must be the more admired in the aggregate the more closely he is examined in von Raumer detail. Georg (Holland). Few men who have earned for themselves a celebrated name in the history of the world exhibit such a harmony, such a concordant symmetry of all the Before bis death the late Edward Everett Hale prepared for the Outlook Magazine a series of papers entitled "Memories of a Hundred Years." Naturally they were not all his own memories, but included those of his father and other intimates. In one installment he told these- - two- stories of Washington: "An old parishioner of mine once told me that the day when Washington entered Boston In triumph that Is. on the l"th of March. 177( he toot up his headquarters at the- best public house in Boston, which was- at the head of State street, until then called King street. According to my old friend's account. General Howe had occupied tbe same- inn. The- mother of my informant was the daughter of the keeper of the- inn and wa a little girl playing about tbe house and, of course. Interested In ail that passed1 Washington, with his usual- kindness to children, called tbe child to- him. and' Bald: 'You have seem the soldiers- - on. both sides. Which do you like best?' The little girl could not tell a He any more than be could, and with, a' child- - X-- Thou bast a name whose characters of light shall ne'er depart: Tls stamped upon the dullest brain and warms the coldest heart. A warcry lit for any land1 where frtedom's to be won: "Land of the west! It stands alone It Is thy Washington." Eliza Cook (England). The talents and the: great actions of General Washington have secured to him. im the. eyes of all Europe the truly sublime title of the "Liberator of America." Count d'Estaingj (France). AAAA AA AA A AAAA4 Washington's Unselfishness. When I wns first honoredi with a call Into the service of my country my duty required that I should! renounce From this resolution 1 have-in- . and 1 must decline to myself any share in emoluments which may he indispensably included in a permanent provision for tbe executive department and must accordingly pray that the pecuniary estimates for the station in which 1 am placed may during my continuance In It be limited to- such, actual expendMnnniii '"" as the public good may be face and dignity of expression that itures to. require-thought First Iminsural. most of his hetter known Hrtralts suggest. If one's flippancy and imagiy nation can carry him that far and will allow a white l.ice cap to be tied unTHEY WON PRIZES der the chin of the sculptured face and FROM WASHINGTON. a pair of spectacles put over the eyes I he portrait would suggest some good Tbe Washington headquarters attired grandmother house, containing many relics of wax John Washington's dentist the Revolution, is now the chief (Sreenwood of New York Soon after feature of interest at Valley the inauguration in that city in ITS'.) Forge. One of the relics Is a (Sreenwood furnished the president's powderhorn the history of mouth with a complete set of aitilicial which serves to indicate the pititeeth. The upper half of this marvel ful poverty of the army. During ous creation was entirely fashioned the winter the camp butcher savfrom a piece of seahorse or hlppopota ed tbe horns of the cattle he mus tusk, while the lower half was cut slaughtered. Many of the men from the same material, into which huneeded powderhorns. When he man teeth were insetted and fastened hnil thlrtv hnms In his nnlleorfim with gold stays. Some idea of the cost of the job may X-- there were so many hornless pa- trlots that n small civil war be had when it is understood that an . arose in camp over the distribu- early practitioner in Philadelphia. Pr tion of the prizes, (ieneral Wasb-- J I.e Mayeur. advertised in 17S4 thai J ington said: guineas would be paid for every tooth "1 shall write on this paper a that any person might lie disposed to certain number between IXiOO sell him This snme dentist, by the and 2.000. The thirty men guessway. further advertised that he had ing nearest to the number shall "transplanted 123 teeth in the previreceive horns." ous sit months." and all without piln One long headed patriot guessto his clients: Despite the doctor's tied 1770. the year of the Declarallering Advertisements, one of his femtion. He hit the nail square on inine customers in Philadelphia is snlil tbe head and got his pick of the to have worn her I.e Mayeur grafts for horns. two months before she was able to t W. H. RICHARDSON. with them. I, . e-t- e.ery pecuniary compensation. i I Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. The South' m"rt popular priced, modern, hotel f; Absolutely aitu&ted in the very hart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatre. Finest Cafe in LouuWIU, with moderate prices. Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table dr hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p. $ t .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Ordiesttal and vocal music fefcl,0 "YES, MX DEAJi, TJIK UEDCOATS UO. IOOK THE BEST, BUT! II TAKES TUB lt.tJM.JM BOS3 TO UO TliK FIGHTINU " r. ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample room with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to make this lioltryour headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. ish frankness- she said she likwd. Washington lauphed. best. according t my friend's stcy. ami said! to her. "Yes, my dear, the rettc3ts do look the- - bwst. but it takvr Itu- - rag ged V Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get out prices. boys- to. 1 the lighting ' This of maur vnAt authenticated awe dotes which- dbprute the old ilemg"d theory that Washington never smiled. "When 1 was in college .laivd Sparks always- a near friend, was lecturing on American history. I stupjied after the lecture to ask him some qucs-io- n and he told me this story of the bat dare not call it my tie of lYinceton personal touch with the itewilutiou. but it removes me from it by only oue gap. Sparks told me of the Massachusetts officer, whose name he did not give me. who was at Princeton on tbe day of tbe battle. There Is a certain bridge, which the well Informed reader will remember, which It was important to destroy. Washington instructed this Massachusetts captain to take a file of men and destroy tbe bridge. The captain touched h's hat and said, 'Are there enough men?" and Washington said. 'Enough to be cut to pieces. This gentleman told Dr. Sparks afterward that as he went back to his men be pinched his cheeks for fear that they should see that he was pale, and they destroyed the bridge." 1 it because I bad not bad the heart to tell ber the truth. She seemed at I this, and 1 tookquite overwhelmedsituI advantage of the I desired her to ation to tell her that make me happy Instead of pleasing the world by her plays. There is nothing like such a sacrifice as I had nude to produce love, and 1 was rewarded by an acceptance. It Was Not Wise, but the During our engagement my fiancee Gain Was Considerable I told me that she was engaged in writing another play. "But I'll not offer It to jou," she s.iid. "After jour noble act in paying me for a pl.ty that By THOMAS R. DEAN was worthless rather than hurt my feelings it would be a slnnne for me to put you to such a test again." was not long after 1 became a it "You will permit me to read it situ playmanager that I was besieged by ply as your critic, will jou not?" 1 rewrights who desired their productions plied. put on the boards. I could withstand "We'll see about that when I have tbe men and the elderly ladies, but finished It." One evening soon after this when I when it came to pretty young women it was very bard for me to stave them called ou Alice I met a theatrical mail off. One day when 1 had already ac- ager well known to me coming away 1 wondered what he cepted more plays than 1 could use in from ber house. wislu.il years a young lady called at had been doing there and thought to several he ask him. but refrained. I my office and asked permission to sub- looked at me with something akin to mit a play. I told her that it would be jealousy. Wp bid each other good useless for me to read any play unless evening and passed on without a w ord it promised a phenomenal success, upon the snbject that was uppermost whereupon she looked at me out of a in the mind f each. Entering tbe pair of very beautiful blue eyes and bouse. I found Alice, and it was not said she was quite sure her play would long before 1 gave her an opportunity be a phenomenal success. 1 could not to inform me why he bail called. but smile at her confidence, since it "Oh. you mustn't think that you are was difficult to predict such result the only string I have l my lw." even of a work by an experienced she replied laughingly, anil that was playwright. all 1 could get out of her. What could I do? I took her manuThe neM day a I was nlxmt t en script from her. agreeing to look It ter my office Parkin-ni- t. the man I had over and if I should find it meritorious seen coming out of my fiancee's home, would read it carefully. The young passed by and. seeing me. stopped and lady asked when bhe might call for it, said: and I told her 1 would drop her a line "it seems Hint you and I are after when I bad read it. This seemed sat- the same thing." he isfactory to her. and she took her de "The same thing: What do- you parture, leaving witli me very pleasant mean?" I remembrances of Iter. "Come. Don't pretend to be-- stupid But not having a spare moment 1 for--1 You know where met you last evengot all about her and her play. A ing." month passed, and one day I received a "Certainly do!" note from her reminding me that she "Well?" a manuscript with me and bad left "Well?" would be pleased to be informed what , "I've got It all In my bad been done with it. I determined no use in your interfering; You. to return it with the usual thanks and can't do anything. a few complimentary words, but "You speak in riddles." We who must deceive authors have so "What nonsense! Own up. man. many buts that it would not be worth You're trying to get ahead of me. I while to specify this one. I went to a having been first In the field." closet wbere 1 kept manuscripts hand-- ' "See here. Parkinson. 1 said, with in for my inspection; but. although rising color. "Miss Woodruff is engaged 1 went over all of them carefully, 1 no use for you to ed to me. did not find "Constancy," the one 1 ' try to get and there'sme. ahead of it is you who wanted. Then 1 remembered that 1 are intruding. had taken it to my home. But I did ' Tbe most singular expression enmt not find it there. 1 usually stopped at over his face I have ever seen on tin. my club on my way home and some- countenance of any one. He stood times at other places. 1 must have gaping at me for a few moments, then, left it somewhere, but Inquiry failed j with an abrupt good morning, turned to elicit any trace of It on bis heel and left me. However, hoping that It might turn , I called on Alice during the after up, I ventured to put tbe authoress noon, hot for an explanation. off. I wrote ber that 1 bad read enough I supposed." I said haughtily, "that of ber play to become interested in you and I were engaged?" ii, out uau ueen so uusy wiiu tuose "So did I." I was preparing for tbe boards as to "Will you please explain what yor. prevent my giving it the attention it mean by encouraging another man?" seemed to deserve. j "I encourage nnother man?" was that I wns 'having ! I told her of my meeting The truth with Parabout that time bard luck with the j kinson and of his having accused meot plays-- bad brought out and was losing trying to get ahead of him. She burst money. Indeed, most managers were into an uncontrollable fit of laughter. in. the same fix. There was but one ' "I think it time." she said, "that you play, "A Sylvan Butterfly." that was and I came to an understanding. Sit successful., but that bad enough suc- down. I have a story to tell you." cess- to- - make up for all the failures. I obeyed her impatiently. Hearing- of the new attraction, I went ; "The first time 1 saw you." she said to see- it and was delighted with it. "was when I left you a play called Its theme was one that will always 'Constancy.' The next day the man appeal to human sympathies. I won- uscript was returned to me by some dered if tbe manuscript could have one who found it. though I don't te gone- - the rounds, as most manuscripts this day know where." of plays by unheard of authors are A cold chill began to creep down m apt to do. 1 certainly would never back. have turned it down if it had been "I offered it to several other man offered: to me. agers and finally to Mr. Parkinson I didn't find the manuscript of "Con- - He brought it out under tbe name of stancy" and was much troubled about , A Sylvan Butterfly. " passed, and the it Another monthcalled my otlice " 'A Sylvan Butterfly? " pretty playwright at "Yes. You remember that the play and asked for ber play. She said that was a great success." "Go on." other playwrights were getting their productions on the boards and she saw j "Well, Parkinson made up a lot of on other failures- - through A no- reason why she should not do the losses same. Mentioning "A Sylvan Butterf- Sylvan Butterfly. Then you. out ot ly,." she said that her own play was deference to my feelings, paid me S."00 just as good and if produced would for a play you lud lost. Never mind that now. dear; It's all in the family, attain equal success. Being used to the estimate play- and I've made a good deal of money wrights attach to their plays, if 1 had which you will share with me-- out of spoken my mind 1 would have told her the play. And now you cau underchances stand why I laughed at you when you that there were ninety-nin- e Parkinson's that in a hundred that if her play was pro- told me of trying to get accusation him. ahead of duced it would be a lamentable fail- you were trying to gut me- to. sigu a con ure. As it was. 1 could only look wise He is tract for my new play. I have been 1 saw holding off and say nothing. But when till I could le.irn whether thai her eyes were wet I broke down you. or he had better produce Havand told ber that I had read enough of ing, made one success- for me. he natplay to warrant my paying her urally feels entitled to- my second proher $500 for her play, my object being to duction. He knew nothing about my compromise with her Tor that amount engagement to yon. and thought you for having lost the maniiseript. were coming to see- me with a view to At first she scouted the idea of ac- getting my play." cepting such a sum for a piny which Having finished her explanation, or. she fancied, as most young authors rather, confession, she leaned baek on fancy, would make a fortune, but her chair and regarded me with an represented to her the cost 1 would in- amused expression, though there was cur and the risk in staging ber play, a slight sign of worry as to how I and she finally consented to accept would take it. 1 sat thinking, and the my offer, but stipulated that, since more I thought the more it was apparshe had never made but ooe ropy ot ent to me that Sliss Alice Woodruff her play. I must not call on her for had held over me a most beautiful adanother. Glad to get out of the scrape vantage. Finally I went to her and by paying : stipulated sum. 1 agreed took her in my arms. "If you could play a part on the to this and gave ber a cheek for $500 payment for a play that I had never stage," 1 said, "as well as yon havein played me you would be the most reread and did not possess. This embarrassing matter having markable actress on or off the boards. your new play. been put out of the way I began to Let Parkinson have I .1 show the young lady some attention. He Is entitled to It and am not the shall be content with your love: 1 beIndeed. Miss Alice Woodruff and fellows may have your plays." came gradually fond of each other. otherwas this experience more than all It She did not trouble me about ber play others that taught me that a play Is n except to indicate a desire to have it lottery. My wife's second play was a produced. I put ber off for some time. failure, and she never wrote another Then one day. when by my devotion 1 one. Parkinson lost on It what he had got ber into a condition to lienr a had made on "A Sylvan Butterfly." disappointment. 1 told ber that tbe and I, so far as my wife's plays were reason I had never returned her play concerned, came out with nothing losi was because it would not do for the or gained, bnt my profit came In get stage. I had glvpn her the money for Mug n wife I adore. My L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. j Management j Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville. connecting : with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:33 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fa3t train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon at Kichmou: r. n M Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. - I 1 j IF YOU WILL PERMIT to demonstrate to you the need Insurance, we are satisfied that of you will no longer be without it. U3 Leavel-Heade- d 1 own-hands- men realize the importance of In surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank I Official Director; Of Garrard- - County. Circuit Judge Hon. Cuane A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Uou. Emmet Pur- Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. H.Brown. Trustee Jury Fund Ben. F. Roblusou. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelbj Masou. jear. J J - County Judge C. A. Arnold. County Attorney G.C. Walter. County Cleric J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Corouer J, A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy SLerlQ" George T. Ballard. Superlntendant of Schools Miss Jennie Hi;. glDS. I J Assessor Dave Sander. Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. Jailer Dave Koss. Supervisor ot Roads Cleveland Bourn- -. Treasurer J. W. Elmoru. MAGISTRATES. J. X. White 1st. DlsU Logan IbOU 2nd. Dlst. JohsS-Hdm 3rd.Dit. James Coldiron 4th. Dlsl. COUNTY HOARD OK EDUCATION:. Thcmps- Amold-J- r. 1st. Dlt. R. D. McMurtrj. 2ud. DNt. O. J. Heudreu. 3rd. Dist. I . Thomas f. King, 4th. Diss. CITY OF LASC.WTIOC - Mayor L. &. Davidson. City Judge J. P. trathnr. City Attorney J. E. Kcblnsou. City Clork F.G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chi l'oiice UC Herrou. - it Parker ttregory. W. M. Zanoue. Ir. J. A. Anion. COtrCJLMEf ll.U. Hasilltuii. ai Cotton. W. O. Goodie. POSTED The undersigned hereby jrve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all oiTenders to ful lest extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. "W. Elare. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrencebnrg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt-- Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. 1 "S4SEK$H4gB!$a&K$ After you have read this little article, turn to the First Page and look at the I little yellow label, -- nTHB Central Record. and unless it is marked up to j&s&$34 $s:gss:g$s3 ... -i you owe us a little. wiwowwoaaowM8s 1914, , - j . ,. IV.-f- -- r l The Central Record, Thursday Feb. i9 1914. ie Pae7 MlllMMtMMMtOOI00000QM00OC0M O0000OO8Qi TO Listen, Go Listen, Listen. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse hSMNM where your trade is appreciat ed. 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. Mi-O-- We Pay Highest Market Price. Speith Co, Managers Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. Many Lancaster People Have Been Called ft. M. BOURNE Prices Right. 35-J-- Auctioneer. Good Service. No Commission Charged. KSflB Phone Lancaster, ' -- Kentucky. Quickly End Indi Healthy HairNo gestion. Dandruff Parisian Sage Makes Dry, er More Summing Up The Evidence. Unattractive As Witnesses. Do not continue to suffer with indi- Public Sale. Having sold my place on Broaddus Branch, 1$ miles from Hackley and 2 miles from Lowell, known as the Mrs. Ann Broaddus farm, I will, at 10 o'clock a. m , on SATURDAY, FEB. 28, 1914 SHEEPF0LD Parasites IN WINTER. -- gestion or djspepsia causing heartburn, distress, headdizziness after-dinnache, biliousness, pain in the bowels, or sour and gassy stomach. Get effective Buv from and lasting relief at once. R. E. McRoberts today a fifty cent a Tablets. They quickly box of and surely end stomach misery are pleasant to take and perfectly harmless. a is one of themostdependable It remedies for disordered stomachs. heals the sore and inflamed membranes and is not only a digestive and antacid giving prompt and effective relief, but is a tonic that tones up and strengthens the entire digestive system then the food is properly digested and assimilatedyou enjoy robust health. Do not delay get a box to at once. If vou are not entirely satisfied with results money refunded. Mi-o-- Hair Soft, Fluffy, Abundant And Radiant With Life. It's entirely needless to have unsightly, matted, scraggy or faded hair. A little care is all that is needed to make it soft, pretty, perfectly healthy, and free from dandruff, the hair Use Parisian Sage it supplies hair needs and is absolutely harmles. It cleanses the scalp of all dandruff, quick lv stops itching head and falling hair, and is one of the best tonics to stimulate the hair and make it grow long and beautiful. Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today from R. E. McRoberts or at any drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. Rub it into the scalp all dandruffdisappears your head feels fine the hair is pretty and perfectly healthy. ... HUHBLK Week after week has been published the testimony of Lancaster people-kid- ney sufferers backache victims-peo- ple who have endured many forms of kidney, bladder or urinary disorder?. These witnesses have used Doan's Kidney Pills. All have given their enthusiastic approval. It's the same everywhere. 30,000 American men and women are publicly recommending Doan's always in the home papers Isn't it a wonderful, convincing mass of proof? If you are a sufferer your verdict must be "Try Doan's first." Here's one more Lancapter case. Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, Ky , says: "I had weak kidneys. Their action was irregular and often painful. My back pained me. It was then that I use Doan's Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in good shape. The pains left and my kidneys became Jls normal." Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frve have been Hltl'ANTSVlLLE Price 50 For sale by all dealers. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Greely Lutes at Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n Turnersville. Mrs. C. C. Becker has been sick for New York, sole agents for the United Mrs. S. B. Sanders who has had a several days. States. very severe attack of Asthma, is on Mr. Noah Marsee has returned from Remember the name Doan's and the road to recovery, we are glad to a business trip to Barboursville. take no other. state. Mrs. Mary Broaddus, of near LanIt is rumored that we are to lose our caster, has been visiting Mrs. B. C. Jewel at Hubble, also that another one Rose. of our girls is going Fishing in the Mr. Levi Morris continues critically Mrs S. D. Carpenter is quite ill of early spring. ill at the home of his son, Mr. Tom gripp. The farmers in this vicinity have Morris. Miss Carrie Naylor visited Miss Antaken advantage of the recent ice spel Mrs. Ross Adams, of Lexington, nie Gill and have filled their houses with ice was the guest last week of the family Master Everett Anderson has been from three to four inches. of Mrs. Henry Tomlinson. quite sick. Mr. Jack McDonald was host to a Mrs. Bettie Peyton and Mrs. Margaret Miss Grace Anderson visited Miss sleighing party to the following: Misses Sparks, of Nicholasville, have been Tory Anderson. Jewel Spoonamore, Ina Roberts. Lutes and Flora McBeath and visiting Mrs. J. W. Glass. Miss Jean McKechnie visited relMrs. Sam Deatherage, of Richmond, atives at Hubble. Messrs Lindsey and Johnathan Rankin. The farm known as Aunt Betsey has been visiting her mother. Mrs. Rev. Rogers visited the fam'ly of Spoonamore's was sold in Danville, Sallie B. Welch for several days. Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. C. A. Willard sold his farm near here Monday, to her grandson, Mr. Jack Mr and Mrs J. P. Arnold and daugh Spoonamore, at $83. per acre, which for $7,500 to Mr. Thomas Hicks and ter are all ill of grippe. will move back to Virginia at once. was something like $3500. less than it Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lunsfoid visited recently sold for. Mrs. Florence Ballard entertained a number of her friends very delightfully Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Lawrence. Dont miss the "Two Old Wednesday evening at her home in the Mr. J. K. Sutton, of Garrard sold Confederates" at School country. some corn to Mr. W. H. Cummins at Auditorium Thursday night Miss Eva Vaughn Lawson, of $4. Ravenswood, Mo., home Feb'y 26th. Reserved seats day after spending returned weeks Tues- Mrs. M. F. Lawrence has just return several here ed from a pleasant visit to relatives at cts. General admission the guest of relatives. Park jr City Ind. Mr. Sid Poor, of Buena Vista, has cts. Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hester, of Stan bought the farmlor Mr. James Speaks, containing about 56 acres for $5,000 and ford visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Head Stuffed Up? D. M. Anderson. will move to it at once. Hyomei Gives Instant Relief. Mr. W. E. Jordan snent a nortion of Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and Miss Mary If suffering from a cold or catarrh Nell Farlee expect to go to Louisville last week at Pineville the guest of causing dull headaches or an itching in a few days where Mrs. Burgess will Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Jordan. and burning sensation in the nostrib, purchase her spring millinery. Mr J. T. Rigsby was out in his new surely try Hyomei. It gives quick, efThe two applicants for the Bryants-vill- e sleigh, Sunday and gave all the girls a fective and permanent relief or money Post Office, Miss Mattie Coulter drive behind his fancy team. refunded by R. E. McRoberts. It goes and Mr. W. R. Vaughn, went to Several of our yong folks are pa Saturday to take the Civil right to the spot you feel better in five tients due to the malady commonly callminutes. Service examination, ed "French measles," but are "beauti No roundabout method of stomach At the "measuring Social" given redosing with Hyomei you breathe it. cently by the Ladies Aid Society of the ful in their affliction". medication goes di- Methodist church the neat little sum of This health-givin- g Mrs. P. E. Parrish sustained a serectly to the inflamed membranes, all $50 was realized, not withstanding the vere fall last week on the ice, but furirritation and congestion is quickly re- in clemency of the weather. The Society ther than the shake up, experienced lieved, the delicate tissues healed and has planned a number of other very no very serious injury. vitalized. delightful affairs which they will give Misses Carrie and Darling Payne, of Hyomei should be in every household. in the near future. Lebanon Junction, who have been visitDruggists everywhere sell it. Ask for During the recent cold spell and ing the family of their uncle, Mr J. F. 1.00 size. the complete outfit terrible sleet the service of the new Payne have returned home. Bryantsville Telephone Co., has been Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Lawrence visited J'AINT l.Wli. most excellent. The polite and efficient her mother, Mrs. Silas Anderson, at Mrs. Anderson has been Mrs. R. G. Woods is visiting her manager, Mr. Claude Prewitt, sees that Stanford. the patrons get the best of service and quite ill of infirmities of old age. parents near Richmond. keeps the lines in a splendid condition. Mrs W. D. Hammack was in the city The entire membership of the Drakes This is one of the greatestconveniences this week buying their spring goods. neighborhood ha3 enjoyed for Creek Baptist church at this place, are that this Misses Louise Rice andDociaMetcalf auiti awhile. Thev now have about very earnestly requested to be present day in Richmond, Saturday. spent the one hundred phones and the line has next Saturday, the 21st, at 11 o'clock, at which time a pastor for the year M. Metcalf our druggist is been extended to Camp Nelson. Mr. J. will be called. remodling his store and putting in new shelves. RHEUMATISM AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE The pupils of our Consolidated School Mr. Roy Estridge has returned back sn joyed a pleasant hour after their Of to Richmond after spending a few days Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Relieved studies were over on Friday last, which they devoted to the honor of St Valenat home. Both Afflictions By Using Rheuma. tine, patron saint of lovers of all ages McWhorter of the Miss Stella Normal in Richmond spent the day at If you suffer from any form of Rheu and right hand man to Dan Cupid. The home Sunday. matism, remember that RHEUMA school closes Friday. Misses Allie Hendren and Dellia goes to work quickly to remove the Rev. J. M. Rogers, of Dothan Ga., Tinder spent the week end at their cause, not simply to relieve the dis' and a student of the Baptist Theologitress. Many years use has demonstrat cal Seminary at Louisville and pastor homes in Lancaster. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge who is at- ed that it goes to the seat of the dis of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard, tending school in Lexington spent Sat- ease and expels the poisonous matter preached at the Baptist church on Sunthrough the natural channels the kid' day. Our people were pleased to hear urday and Sunday at home. neys, bowels, liver and skin. a good sermon from the subject, Misses Ethel. Emma and Ora Estridge "For many years I was troubled with "Watchman, What of the Night?" and Carlas Hedrick Chastine Rucker Rheumatism, also with Bright's Dis spent the day in Berea, Thursday. Dont miss the "Two Old I suffered awease of the KiJneys. Dont miss the "Two Old fully. Tried many advertised remed- Confederates" at School Confederates" at School ies. After using your truly remarkable Auditorium Thursday night preparation, RHEUMA, I was fully Auditorium Thursday night cured." Pxof. C. J. Budlong, Sound Feb'y26th. Reserved seats Reserved seats View, Conn. Feb'y RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. Mccents General admis-sio- n cents General admis Roberts, who sells it for 50 cents a pkeacheksvillh:. Lu-cin- da I 50 35 sell the following described property is follows: One pair of extra good work mules, G years old, one pair mules coming 2 years old, one weanling mule colt, one saddle mare 3 years old, by Rex Helton, one extra good saddle mare, 9 years old, good driver, one brood mare in foal to horse, one bay mare, G years old, in foal to Jack and good driverand safe for ladies to drive, one brown mare, G years old and in foal to Jack, one bay mare 9 vears old and safe for ladies to drive. All of these mares are extra good workers. One Pony mare in foal to Shetland Pony, good driver and safe. Two filly colts, coming 2 years old, sired by Peavine horse, one Shetland Pony filly colt, one extra good Jersey cow, 5 years old, fresh Mch. 3rd, One Jersey cow, 3 years old, fresh in May and milking now, one short horn cow, 3 years old, one short horn cow, 7 years old and fresh in March, one Jersey heifer to be fresh in Spring, one Jersey heifer calf, 23 head of yearling cattle, 28 ewes, 28 lambs and 1 extra good buck. One pair of stock scales. Two wagons and harness; 1 binder in good running order, 1 cutting harrow, 1 smoothing harrow, 1 wheat drill, 3 good turning plows, 1 good hill side plow, almost new, 1 corn drill good as new, 1 corn drill with fertilizer attachment, new; 1 five shovel tobacco plow; 1 sled; some duuble shovel plows and a lot of good gear; l.hay baler in good running order; 1 set of black smith tools and other small farming tools; 1 Frazier cart; 1 buggy and harness; 1 steel tire buggy and harness, good as new; baled hay and oats; corn; meat and lard. Buff Plymouth Rock chickens and 15 Indian Runner Ducks. Using the Separator. Lot of canned fruit and preserves. Two Separate the cream while the milk good heating stoves; 1 good cook stove; Is still warm and in cold weather first 1 j run hot water through the separator 1 new three burner coal oil stove; good high arm Singer Sewing Machine to warm it. Strain the milk into the through n wire gauze. and all other household and kitchen furniture needed for use. One 1G gallon wash kettle: 1 steel coal oil tank dnd about 40 gallons of coal oil and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS. All isums under $20. cash, over that! amount a credit of 6 months with 6 per You'll Soon Forget Yours, After cent interest from date of 3ale. Trying Wonderful ROOT and Colds Common Cold Weather Ailments. Sheep are not subject to many winter ailments that cannot be prevented if proper precaution is taken in arranging barns and yards and feeding suitable foods In the right proportions, writes L. J. Meredith In the Iowa Homestead. One of the best treatments for sheep that are snfferim; from common winter ailments is a purgative. Few flock owners appreciate the value of epsoui salts or pure raw linseed oil in reducing fever and inflammation. If it is advisable to give sheep a stimulating medicine of any kiiid a purgative Is the most beneficial. One of the most Insidious winter ailments is a cold. A cold at tne beginning does not produce any serious ailment, but as it gets a gradual foothold it develops into more serious ailments that use up the body tissues and weaken the whole system of the affected anCatarrh, that follows a severe imal cold, consists of inflammation or the mucous niemlinine of the throat, nostrils, windpipe and sinuses of the head. In case the disease gets thoroughly established good nursiug. comfortable housing and nutritious food will help to give the animal the necessary vitality to regain its normal condition. This Is the only Mimrs.rul method of treating colds and catarrh Few Hock owners realize the tremendous losses incurred by parasites during the winter. As a rule, these external parasites are unusually active during the winter. The dense fleece of the sheep is an ideal place for them to live and reproduce In great numbers. As the parasites multiply the sheep become restless and begin to rub against the corners of the feed racks and partitions in the barns. There is but one method of treatment, and that is to eradicate the evil. If any of the animals show Indications of being affected with the trouble in the fall they should be dipped before they are put ato winter quarters. If the barn and feed racks become infested much trou-.bl- e will be encountered in cleaning out the pests. There is no danger in dipping if a warm day is chosen and the sheep assoon as dipped are put Into a barn and" kept away from drafts until they are dry. P e OHE POULTRY 3fvn) CL'RE win. b. Fryor, Veterinary Surgeon at Rainey s Lier Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky Office --- p. and Dentist. Cf BOURBON i'cT& down a chick's ttroat cures paies, A few drops In the drinking vratcr cures and prevents cholera, dlarrtoca and ottcrcr.Ick disc. e One ic bottle is.i cs 12 pailor.s or iredlcine At all Jruep- sts Samj-land booklet on Diseases of Fow'i" Ecnt ynEK. Sourtan Remedy C3.Ui?Xa,Tj J. W. G's-e- s Morrow, Graduate Optician Kited Sutls.'er-t.oi- i .' uraiitteil mercury will si rel desiroj the sene of Min-i- l .mil ponipietely Ieranxe ihc whott fcisttm Mlu-- enit rins it throush tl.i mucous Mirfai es Such artii I. a sli'iuM ! iiMd txitpt on frjm physicians, as the damage tl'ey mil do i ten fold to the good you :in poilily derive from them. HalPd Pitarrh : "'jre. manufactured hy V J Chi ne fo . Toledo. O., ontaina no riircurj. and is taken internally, acting dirtctly upon the blood ami mucous surfaces of tlie system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken Internally and made in Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free d bv Druggists. Price 73c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury-i- THE NEW and nr prtM-ripiien- s Barber Shop Opposite Post Office Bath In Connection. J. E. S8ale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon, LANCASTER. KY. f-'- HILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE MILLERSBURG, ' An Attractive Home School For Girls. I I Pupils are surrounded with an atmos- Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 22C'. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New on to Hour ie over buildings combining all modern convena. m - 12 1 m tu Mirrr- - Ij us S?ivr iences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Cours-- i es. Music Department under skilled B- artists trained in Germany. Lecture DENTIST. and Concert Course. Domestic Science. ., growing popularity of the school Pllot-- n. .rt The r. Ky is evidenced by the fact that a'number of pupils were turned away last ses-- I H- sion for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room early. Paint Lick. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. Kentucky Millen-burg- . Ky. F. VAL'rEB J. PATRICK, Dentist. Office Hours J . Collier's The P4one ' m ?fto, !? itoDp. mi National Weekly M. K. Denuy an! Odice Kidney Trouble? Collin First Time . A. Wbeeler Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Hurt .' Furniture store Aurter-'on'- i in Clubs Oh,YESIForgot! Har-rodsbu- rg 26th. 50 50 sion 35 cts. bottle. v 35 cents. HENRY HUTCHINSON, JUICE. Guaranteed. Hackley, Ky. How would you like to forget your kidney trouble, your backache and those Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Special Offer to Out Readers knife-lik- e pains? Glory! Can you Imagine what a relief It would be to know Recognizmc the (Treat demand for Collin's at Office Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 that you had at last cast off that burden the new price, we have made arrangements to and could enjoy life again? Think of offer it and our own publication each one year jrolng to bed at night feeling that you for the price of Collin's alone. This is a limited are going to sleep soundly, naturally and offer and must be taken advantage of promptly. LANCASTER KY. peacefully till morning, that you're not goPublic Sale Of Land. ing to feel the necessity of getting up half What You Get in Collier's As agent for the heirs of W. H. MilCollier's i the one bie. independent, fearless ler, I will, on weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the cood citizen's handbook but it is also a MONDAY FEBRUARY 23rd. 1914 magazine for the whole family. Among the things that a year's subscription gives are: County Court day, offer for sale to the 10OO Editorials highest and best bidder, at the Court 600 News Photos House-doo- r in Lancaster, at eleven 250 Short Articles 150 Short Storiei M., the tract ot land known o'clock A. 10O Ilhutrated Features 2 Complete Novels as the W. H. Miller land, located about six,miles from Lancaster on the Crab Collier's . . $2.50) Orchard pike, about one mile from said Central Record $1.00 pike and containing about 28 acres more or less. This land adjoins the lands of Sweeney Morgan, J. G. Rigsby and J. C. Rigsby. The terms of sale will be cash in hand. J. D. MILLER. Spainev, Ky. Wholesale prices direct to the Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Agent for the Heirs. consumer. I have a full line "Wheel That ROOT JUICE Surely Does Work." the Garden. of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and a dozen times and that when you awake you're going to feel rested, refreshed and will be pleased to submit samready for all the duties of the day no Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. backache, no soreness, no pain, good apCOT ples and prices. Terms spot petite, clear head, full of energy, vim and strength. cash. Will you test a medicine that has acH.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, The dredge is still at the ferry clean- complished all this for other kidney sufferers, some of whom had given up all ing out the river. Lexington. Kentnokv hope of ever getting better? Will you W. BUSH NELSON, just ten test T. Whitaker wa? in Madison last days wonderful ROOT JUICE forWill you on a positive guarantee? Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen since 1841. lay aside all the uncertain things, all the week, calling on his best girl. help you, all that ' C. S. Sanders and brother were Jn thingsthings have failed to wasting your you've been the money on. your pills and your plasters Cincinnati last week on busineis. and try ROOT JUICE without risking a The stork visited the home of Mr penny? never saw anything work like Tou life. You've Thomas Stapp, February 15th leaving ROOT JUICE ininall your for you and a grand surprise store a surprise that Is going to bring more joy a fine boy. and happiness into your life than you've has the only real continuous Mr Lige McMillion bought of Miss experienced in many a day. Try ROOT door opening. JUICE this time and know what real reAnnie Simpson and brother, some lief is. Don't get side tracked on somemade of tested steel. thing else and don't let anybody tell you shoats at $3.00 per hundred. about something just as good. Nothing can be adjusted from ladWe tell yon hour, and cay best market good R. H. Preston and Ike Duncan de- made Is just as you've and you'll say so der front door frame. crtCeSL We are dealrre- - efahliti yourself when made the test. in 1SS6: and can do BETTER for vm made of California Redlivered there tobacco crop to the loose All good druggists sell ROOT JTJICE thfn agents or commission merper large wood. "The Wood Eternal." leaf market in Lexington at 11 and 12c. at one dollar absolutely. bottle and they chants. References any bank in Louguarantee It It has got to of our factory givea oa isville. Write for weekly price list. benefit and satisfy you or back goes lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facMr. Abe Bolton's foot slipped and he your money, instantly the moment you M. SABEL &. SONS you. Cit a tstur Silo mmj Smvo auay by fell in the creek, last Sunday. He said ask for it and not a word of argument. tory to na 4 13 E. Hartal SL IttSTUE, IT. for catalog aad price. That's how good ROOT JTJICE is. That's writing Dinars m uks, ruuts, weou LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. that all be hated there was no one to the strongest possible proof of its (Incorporated) I merits. Get It now and stop experi- f.O.Sttt!etF. say, Amen. IWgmiE It menting. ( Collin's has been sold at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 andnehavesecured a concession whereby we can offer it at a still further reduction in connection with this publication. Until this year LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer TR Strawberry Plants mm Shrubs,. j$Z.50 Phubarb, Asparagus, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. "fcj Fruitand Shade Trees FIELD SEED. MftMKVbS... Ilt to-d- Tu"WBltB. i-- S&m Y . Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 19, 1914 fiMLMMLMM c Tfc BSiijcv!iMiSSil ij tn CLEAN C3 REASONS WHY YOU v Clen Lily FLOUR. SHOULD SEE PURE S3, P ' MOLD'S 1914 Hand Made usEies A BEFORE PLACING : D YOUR 5 SPRING ORDER. B Why Clean? Why Pure? . 2J3car-?ss3sc35?si- s Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. I EI 1st. Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. 1 Why Sanitary? high Vaciuum pressure Because under to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. E5! '2nd. Is 3rd. Why Wholesome? Because everything is separated from the pure nutritious part of the Wheat Kernel. After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. 1 : 4th. 5th. All 1914 Buggies are built on Arnold's patent improved, double reach gear which is in a class to its self. All 1914 Buggies are ironed with a special treated steel that can be tied into a knot without breaking. All Wooden parts are dipped in boiling linseed oil before going into the paint shop. & Daniels, the best Wheel made. All Wheels are All leather used is Stengel & Rothchild and we can guarantee same not to crack or draw. fifjfj, re-enforc- ed I yaarorTrn-tgTTtrTa- ai.i GARRARD MILLIINC CO. fsj jfrxxe.riirrrrni') Pjgney, Ass't Cash'r. HJ') Book-Keepe- si I M FARMER'S COLUMN oooooo-oocooooo- ARNOLD j Danville, Ky. General News. Queen City Laden With Mardi Gras Crowd Comes To Grief At Head Of Falls Oulcklr rellrren Tlh.nmittlin- - Son 3tn. fa n4lmq Pnl a1a 1lAnrtiilia aV pains. our cioner back fill' to rr- m .,. anr mens ..in tnr varr if it ins Doar iioto tti i uiicrn zniauirs ume. jrrtce BUc. At Jill Druggists. i B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker, Jr., Vice Prest. r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. UUCKKYK. Mrs. William Davis is ill at her home here. Mrs. W. T. Noel has been ill for several weeks. Miss Emma Sanders is the guest of Miss Leota Ray. Hubert Carter sold to Will Cruise a horse for 120. Lobert Long bought of J. A. Masters a mare for $150. Mr. Kemp Walker attended court at Stanford Monday. J. M. Amon sold a horse to Ira Masters for $100. Mt. J. O. Bogie lost a very fine jersey cow Monday night. Herbert Whitaker sold a horse to Will Cruise at $100. T. O. Hill purchased ten sheep from Smith Hurt for $50. Robert Long sold a horse to Herbert ORGANIZED 1SS3. l e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. ripace below this beading Is foi the exclu-lv- e use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, gram and such tilings ou farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted oer four lines, and will be only in wo Issues of the kcorp. free of charge For Sale Reasonable. Splendid 5 year old, full Jersey cow with two weeks old calf. E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. FOR sale:-- 3 good sows and pigs. 40 barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good driving pony. C. H. Green, Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 2. 10 For Sate: We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in or-t- o make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. We also have some nice shoats weighing about 80 pounds for sale. second hand hemp breaks for sale. Mrs. Rebecca West. I wish to buy a 4 or 5 year old mare gentle to drive and sound. Phone 368 A. Fon raised Sale 1912. Some choice seed corn, Henry Hurt, Hyattsville, Ky. Wanted 10 tons of good clover hay delivered at Lancaster. G. B. Swinebroad. Mr. J, W. Elmore has 100 barrels of corn, baled clover and timothy hay, he wishes to sell in lots to suit the pur chaser. Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co iK&m&wwi&rtMw fmftm&,&imi With Shining Eyes and 3. Watering Mouths the children wait for you to cut the cake you have made with WMte Swan Hour i I erfectly a A Don't fear their anticipations of something extra will not be realized. Use of'WHITE SWAN FLOUR insures a delicious cake if the other ingredients are as good. Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making. It is splendid. I H foj sale:-3- 8 acre farm located one mile north of Cartersville will sell cheapl if sold in the next 30 days C. I. Rogers, Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33. matters. Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of The government has instituted a clover hay he wants to sell. See T. probe to ascertain the cause of so many workingmen being unemployed and the W. Conn at Hyattsville Ky. result will probably be the establishFor Sale Ten bushels of good seed ment of a Federal Employment S. H. Estes. corn. Bureau.' Thurston Ballard of Louisville For Sale:-- 1 have some good baled is a member of the Commission and Louisville and Kentucky will be includtimothy hay for sale. ed in the probe, , Milton Ward, R. R. 3, In a riot in South Bend Ind., last Lancaster Ky. Sunday caused by the congregation of Wanted to farm a first class jack. a catholic church who sought to preLee Gastineau, R 1, charge of the church Paint Lick Ky. vent thejaking by an objectionable priest, seven perMrs. J. M. Cress of Preachersville, sons were probably seiiously injured has 50 single comb Brown Leghorn hens and nearly a hundred more received injuries of a less serious nature. for sale and a few nice cockerels.,. James C. Rogers of Lexington Ky., good locust posts. FOR SALE;-Som- e has filed a test suit in Lexington against Jerry Bland, the gas company to decide whether or Lancaster, Ky. not the" company can cut off the gas of of his bill Fred Conn, Lancaster, has about 30 a consumer for acres of blue grass land he wishes to upon the ground that it was exorbitant. The court has granted a temporary rerent for the year 1914. straining order to prevent the gas comI have a good work mare for sale. If pany from disconnecting Mr. Rogers sold in ten day will sell at a bargain. home until the suit is settled. " A. B- - Doty, A deal involving about 95, 000 acres of s Paint Lick, Ky. Eastern Ky., ccal lands and the consolDurocs for Sale On County Court idation of four of the leading coal comDay, Feb 23, I will haye some of my panies of the state has just been conbred gilts and males at Ross' Stock summated. Messrs W. S. Dubley and T. J. Davis of 'Lexington, John C. C. Pens, to sell. Call and see them. Mayo of Paintsville, J. R. Downing of B. F. Robinson. Georgetown, Robert Reed of Indianan I have the Pure Bred White polis, F. M. Fulkerson of Augusta Ga., eggs for sale 50 cts. per setting. B. B. Slemp of Big Stone Gap Va.. and J. T. Preston, Johnson N. Camden of Versailles are Camp Nelson, Ky. the promoters of the new consolidated FOR SALE:-- 2 yearling colts for sale, company. or will trade for cattle. John A. Conn, Jr. nonoTPal arlmlccinn nt Orph-ingto- The Senate has passed a bill creating In Louisville. . oiv Ma Admirals for the American OIA Navy. lhe Queen City, the largest packet The sales during the four days auto- in the Ohio river trade grounded at the head of the Kentucky chute in Louismobile show in Louisville last week ville Tuesday and the life savers were $125,000, The suffrage question, the question called upon to take off the panic stricken as to whether or not women shall be al- passengers. The boat carried 100 paslowed to vote, will be fought out in the sengers and was headed from Pittsburg to New Orleans to attend the Mardi Senate this week The boat grounded A woman near Waterford in Taylor Gras festivities. county Ky. gave birth to five children, and was in imminent danger of being The girls carried over the falls, but the life three girls and two boys. died, but the boys lived and ere healthy. savers succeeded in rescuing all on Former Director of the Census. North, board without accident. is advocating the taking of the census every five years, instead of every deReport of the Condition cade as heretofore has been the custom. In the Virginia senate a tie was broken by the Liet. Gov. Ellyson permitting the signers of a petition for a vote on state wide prohibition to call an election. The petition contained 18.104 doing buslne-- at the toun of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky. names. AT THEC'LOsE OFBl'SINK34 ON THE Three armed men invaded a poker game in progress on Jefferson street in 2nd. day of Feb. 1914- Louisville and at the point of pistols relieved the players of 300 in cash and KEiOUi:CK: escaped. Loans and Discounts ..... lOlAVi , u erdrafts.secured and unsecured Clark Howell, Editor of the Atlanta Stocks bonds and i7" M 1.50O 0U other securities Constitution and former Gjvernor Joe Due from Hanks .. 7,11 a ji Cash ou hand . .. . 4,017 N5 ... Brown of Georgia are the most favorbly Checks and other cash items.. 417 . spoken of as successors to Senator Banking House, Furniture and .. Fixtures 3,0i x 00 Bacon in the U. S. Senate. Total .'5 lt The Fayette county grand jury did LIAItll.ITIKS: not indict the gas companies for exCapital 16,000 00 tortionate charges; however, they as- 'Surplus Stock paid in. in cash. Fund C.OU0 CO serted that Lexington was at the mercy, uucmided profit', le expenses and taxes Daid 9t 19 of these companies, and recommended Deposits subject to check J9d,22l is that the Legislature enact a measure Demand Certificates of 748 30 Deposits creating a Public Utilities Commission, TlMeDepositsPotalSaUngs l,37i 8B31S Is which would have supervision oversuch Due Banks and Trust Companies Mm in! Frett 342 East itmplt and dmhr lent oa rcqnMU BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Main St. Lexington. Ky. HACKLE Y. Mr. J. A. Cotton will sell his farm the 7 of March and will reside near Richmond. Mr. Willie Estes of Lancaster spent Saturday night with his aunt Mrs'Cora Estes of Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. Otus Melear, nd bright little daughter Oneva visited Mrs. Mase Melear the later part of last week. Misses Fannie and Lucy Ross of Kirksville spent the night with their sister Mrs Hiram Land of Buckeye last week. Little Miss Flora B. Mobely of near Lancaster is making a plesant stay with her grand-parent- s Mr and Mrs Milton Ross of Kirksville. Mr. Henry Hutchens one of our old citizens of Hackley, is going to seI his farm, after which he and his family will make their home in Texas. Peoples Bank Whittaker for $90. Henderson Whittaker of is with relatives here. Madison Co. Mr. H. M. Kurtz was in Lexington on business. Cecil Broadus bought a horse from Ira Masters, price $100. last week Jl-'- SI'S $121,308 53 Total ... State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, ss We. E. L.Woods, and R G. Woods. President aud Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the nboe statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. E. L. WOODS, President R. G. WOODS, Cashier. Snbscribed and 9vorn to before me this 17th day of February 191 Clay Blakeman. Notary Pablic. My Commi-sio- n Expires Feb .9 1SHS. 1 Huston Gulley purchased a horse from Mr. Sutton for $135. Dr. Taylor Ray of Louisville is with Elide Prewitt. Minnie Calico. Fannie his sister Mrs. J. W. Brown. Ross, Willie B. Estes, from Lancaster, Miss Lizzie Gallagher of Hyattsville Sale Hutchens. Ella Prewitt. Lucv ! Ross, Lessie Prewitt and also little is the guest of Miss Lucinda Carter. Cyntha Prewitt all had fine SDortsIeirrh I Houston Gulley sold to William riding Sunday afternoon. Whittaker of Nina a horse for $175. Robert Long sold a cow to Jess Land for $60 and another to Luther West for $50. r ii.lu OLLua. in Lancaster, week-en- I will have a representative Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton were the d guests of Mrs. Kemp Walker. Monday, Feb 23rd, who will be glad to show you samples of Clover, Timothy, Orchard, Blue Grass and Cow Peas and anything else wanted I am in the market for cane seed, if any to offer let it be known. Rev. W. S. Taylor will preach here and Sunday morning. next Saturday afternoon .Report of the Condition Co Andrew Bogie sold two yearling mules to George Warner of Madison Co., for $175. A. C. Miles sold to James K. Sallee, of Jessamine Co., si' yearling steers $20:50 per head. Mrs. Iva Teater was called Monday to the bed-sid- e of her mother Mrs. Broadus who is very ili. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker gave an elegant dinner Sunday in honor of their little daughter, Elizabeth Johnson it being her 5th birthday. OF THE Garrard Bank & Trust Bank doing busine-- s at Lancaster County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, I W. Bush Nelson. Lexington, Ky. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 2nd. day of Feb. 1914. RESOURCES. Loans aud Discounts... US,0n 4.02a 5J.63U 7.338 708 2o 55 33 61 91 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Oterdraits Secured and un secured Due from Banks. ..- Cash on hand Checks, and other cash items.. Banking House, Furniture and js Kind You Have Always Bought Fixtures....; 13,000 Ou 6.i Bears the Cignatura of JJ1C,74. Total... LIABILITIES. Capital Btock paid in, in cash f 50,000 4,000 Surplu Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses 1,020 and taxes paid Deposit subject to check 1149.425 10 14.075 53 Time Deposits 1&4.100. 22 Unpaid dividends & The Spelling Bee at School Auditorium this Friday night, will be fun for everybody. Admission ten cts. 00 00 02 63 00 For Sale. 235 acre farm located in Franklin County, Indiana, 5 miles from Brook-vill- e, Indiana on free pike. Land is rolling, black lime stone soil, will grow clover, corn, alfalfa and tobacco,100 acres in timber which we reserve, 40 acres in clover, balance in pasture. Buildings: 1 stone house, 4 rooms, 1 frame house, 6 rooms, 2 large barns and other buildings. Will sell 80 acres with stone house or 155 acres with frame house. Price is $40.00 per acre and we reserve timber. Can give possession at once. Terms, cash, balance on time with 6 per cent interest. If interested call on or write us. Total 219,742 63 Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills Buckeye pike near Davidson s store. g Finder please notify W. B. Moss and i receive reward. Lost Red Duroc Hog, last seen on "Twn Old uMMMiwii Cnnfpdprfltp-5- fi " nMlrlran 9S arlnlt RR joi ,i wjn BFabisii. Notiry Pnbllc Hopperi State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, Set. We, Alex Walker and UW. Elmore V President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the aboe statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. AlexiWalker Vice President J. W. Elmore, Cashier. Subscribed and sworni to before me this ICth , - reserved seats 50 cents. " expires at end of next session of the senate. ddikctobs; V. A. Lear, W. R. Cook, F. B. Markibnry. M comml8. THE HILLENBRAND CO, 3-19- Batesville, Indiana igSsurili i