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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 26, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914022601_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 26, 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 RELlQIOh, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND 600D GOVERNMEN2. T TWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 26, 1914. A Very Logical Suggestion. NUMBER 47. cscfSBnfSSKBnBBn&rsxxEraaEZ Choice White Leghorns. Mrs Saufley Hnrt In Florida Home. A telegram received by Mr. Rowan Saufley last Monday announced that his mothar had been seriously hurt by UijlliiirijEtErrVjHiriysrrTi c NOW is the time to have your Gutters Ovoiiiiislofl Repaired and one of our 1 Filters Installed in order to catch g the winter rains and fill your cistern with good In Tuesdays Leader Harry Giovan-no- li says; "How pitifully trifling after all is mere money." Has Harry forgotten those days so long ago when he worked in Lancaster? If he has he should make a little visit to us and we Worth Trying. will show him that "mere money" There is always more or less trouble looks as good to us now as did to him it water pipes in days experienced with frozen of yore. when the mercury falls to or below the freezing point, and the following ad Worthy Colored Man Dead. vice given by a writer to the Country "Uncle Flem" George a worthy colGentleman is well worth trying to is a ored man and a lifHme resident of remedy the evil. The recipe simple and an inexpensive one, and Lancaster, died last Thursday and his should it prove capable of doing what remains were interred in the colored its author claims for it, would prove cemetery on Friday. Uncle Flem was noted for his handir.ess with the scythe, well worth trying. "Melt an equal quantity of pe- and he kept the lawns of the majority trolatum vaseline and ol parafline of the Lancaster citizens in trim during wax together and, after wiping the the summer sea:on. pipes perfectly dry, apply with an old Men's Bible Class. brush a thick coat of this mixture On Sunday, March the first. Prof. M. old lamp or torch while it is hot. An L. Caneer will organize a Bible class at will easily keep it in a liquid state. You will find that nc matter how the Christian church. The class will cold the weather may get the frost have for its aim, the mutual benefit of cannot penetrate this coat of grease. its members, the exercise of their I have used this on water pipes that talent and the pleasure of good fellowran along the ground unprotected, and ship. Me has gotten out a neat card not once during the coldest weather did asking those who desire t' become they freeze up or give me the least members to indicate the same by their signature. trouble." The Latest Achievraent Of Signor Marconi. A At the spelling bee last Friday night a crowd of jovial spirits had preempted one corner of the auditorium, among whom was Mr. Allison F. Sanders, who above all things is a"Bull Moose". Mr. Sanders with a sweeping glance around the handsome room, remarked, this is my first visit here, and this would make good headquarters for the "Bull Moose". Mr. Henry Cox, a dved in the wool democrat who was one of the coterie, quickly responded. "Why Allie before you make another race there will be neither head nor quarters left." Mr. Sanders promptly subsided. Mr. John M. Mount who believes that the White Leghorn fowl is the best on earth, is meeting with much success in the sale of this popular breed. He is receiving inquiries every day for his stock and this week shipped four choice cockerels to a party in Tenn. for which he received a fancy price. Lest Harry Forgets. WJMMMmmM&M being struck by an automobile. Mrs Saufley is wintering at Orlando, Fla. Later reports say she is not daegerous-l- y injured and her family was notified not to come to her. Events Cast Their Shadows Before. Once acain. the Times warms the Legislature that it is playing with fire, trifling away its opportunities and working damnation to the Democratic party. If the Democratic legislators do not return to their senses, take to the middle of the road and come there will not be enough left of Democracy to wad a sinirle-barrshot gun next November. Glasgow Times. Ready For Occupancy. TO SAVE I TIME H ,c:" 5 Labor and Money and to get the full benefit of your investment in Grass Seed. USE f: it 2 The rooms above the Citizens Bank have been newly papered and painted, and generally overhauled and remodeled and now present a beautiful appearance. These rooms will be accupi-eby the recently organized Masonic Club. The Club has purchased elegant furniture and fixtures for their nw apartments and will make it comfortable for such members of the craft as may wish to while awaya few hour- there. d s W&mmm WwftW &R&3E SEEZiSR I & Sold and Warranted by Hard On Horses And Lambs. ure water, 3 Mb jffUXZfBBt Modest Request. O All kinds of Roof Repair and Tin work on short notice. "LIVE AND LET LIVE." CONN BROTHERS- V Lancaster, S3 Ky. A &&r2SE&33S33 The L & N pay car passed over the road last week gladdening the hearts cf their employees. Danville Fair Dates Announced. Following the brief cable in the Evening Post concerning the latest achievement of Signor Marconi, the London special below will be of interest. It is announced that Signor Marconi has succeeded in lighting an electric lamp by electricity thiough the agency of wireless at a distance of six miles. A bulb was attached to a receiver connected with an aerial receiving wire. The transmitter was linked up with a apparatus, and as soon 100 horse-powas the power was applied the lamp lighted and remained lighted so long as the power was kept on. The experiment brings a step nearer realization Nikola Tesla's prediction of long ago that houses would eventu ally be illuminated by electn'city caught from the air by masts on the roofs, and Signor Marconi hopes that it will be the forerunner not only of lighting but of heating houses byetheric waves. 2E At present, however, Signor Marconi is giving his main attention to er aero-phon- Backward, turn backward, Time, in thy flight; give us a girl with skirts not so tight; give us a girl whose charms, many or few, are not exposed by too mnch give us a girl, no matter what age, who won't use tne street for u vaudeville stage; givi- - us a girl not too sharply in view; dress her in skirts the sun cannot shine through. Give us the dances of days gone by. with plenty of clothes and steps not so high; put turkey trot capers and buttermilk slides, h u r d y-- g u r d y twists and wiggle-tai- l glides, and other such bunny hugs, all on a level, as products of hell, inspired by the devil, and let us feast our optics once more on the pure, sweet woman of the days of yore. Yes, Time, turn backward and grant our request, for God's richest blessing, but not undressed. Ex. peek-a-poo; For the second time during the month 1.3' of February the ground on last Monday morning was covered with sleet, and going was made hazardous for both man and beast. The horse that wa not "rough shod" was unable to navigate at all, and the blacksmiths were taxed to their uttermost to equip the live stock of the county so they could travel. The weather works a peculiar hardship upon the farmer who raises sheep, as this is lambing time, and un less the utmost care is taken, the newly dropped lambs will survive but a short time during sleety weather. i Wholesale and Retail Hardware. M Lancaster, Ky. 3-- fHisrn&.G.Pt'GiJjjr; "gioiiara-L'Ti'yj- i Harry Will Get You If You Out. Don't Watch The Lexington Leader has inaugurated an "around the town" column that catches about every central Kentucky citizen who visits the metropolis and if you visit Lexington and fail to get your name in this column, you are indeed "small fry". Incidentally, the Leader is rapidly forging its way to the front as one of the leading dailys of the state. Much Ado About Nothing At GREAT Good Roads For Pulaski. Frankfort ' y. Favorite Recipes Of Well Known Women. Secretary Bright, ed havoc with the turnpikes and the boring papers are requested to copy. county and teams are kept busy repair- A Wise Decision. ing ruts and washouts. Such a strenuous kick was made It required 10,000 men four days to the church people and best citizens by of clear New York's streets of a two foot Lexington, over Sunday vaudeville, snow. Lancaster waits for it to melt that Manager Berrymen. of the Ben off and is spared the expense. Ali theatre, has decided not to have Why has Lancaster never had a bas- any Sunday performances. The better ket ball team? This seems to Le a pop- class of whisky dealers have declared they will also assist in making Sunday ular sport for both young ladies and young gentlemen elsewhere, why not free of liquor. Lexington has decided that her reputation is bad enough. here. j Fair Association, announced today that palm, not only in her pastry making, Remarkably little complaint has been the falr will be held this vear on July her cake baking, but she is also famous 30 and 31. This makes the fair for her corn pone. From week to week heard of losses among the lambs during come a week earlier, the change being we will give Favorite Recipes of vWell the severe weather of last week. necessary on account of Lexington Known Women, thus proving that GarThe recent severe weather has play- - having taken Danville's date. Neigh- rard has helped Kentucky in achieving . j of the Danville Kentucky has always carried the L. We notice that when subscribers do Mr W. G. Gooch, a former resident not get the Record they raise more sand about it than any other "no ac of Garrard, but now living on the which he owns, near Goshen cjunt" thins they get, but very often when it is regular it "has nothing in it was a visitor in town last Monday. He reports that from four acres of tobrcco and is no account". he realized $950.00 or an average of The Park lias been found useful for $237.50 an acre. He sold on the Dananother purpose, it makes a splendid ville market and received for it 12J place for the boys to play "post". cents a pound. With the park as a playground for the High Waters. boys and dogs and the fence as a hitch-- I ing rack, it is certainly proving a va! The snow and ice of last weeK disuable asset to the city. appeared as lapidly as they came. nue ram Iusurance Bill ever be- "'7 "" "". ul d If the Glenn and a decidedly hignor temperature it comes a law it would indeed be hard on L took only two days for the disanijear- . the business man who is not a capital- - ' a,,ce of a" of ll- - HBl water was the ,. win-- .. : v...., .,.1,1 1 m,. !. result, creeks and branches bein fuller does not have to borrow money than since last spring. However, beand property unless insured is yond the delaying of traffic for a few worthless as collated for loans. hours, no damage is reported as having Kentucky is to get ?G00,000 of a fed- been done by the miniature flood. eral appropriation for the purpose of An Eloquent Appeal. eradicating hog cholera and dourine. The Kentucky hog should look up and Following the eloquedt appeal made take notice after such recognition. The to the Legislature Wednesday as a com Good Roads Bill which has passed the mittee of the whole, by Mrs. Cora House and seems certain of passage in Stewart, of Morehead, to blot illiteracy the Senate will also benefit us. out of Kentucky, the House of Representatives passed by unanimous vote Mrs. Mike Rodgers who had the the bill providing for the Kentucky misfortune to be struck in the eye by Illiteracy Commission. a limb a few weeks ago, had to have Not in years has any speakar her eye enucleated which was done at accorded such a demonstration of been apthe home of Dr. Acton on last Satur- proval as was givan to Mrs. Stewart at morning. The Doctor reports her the conclusion day of her address. getting along as well as could be ex- completely swept the Legislature She off pected. its feet by her eloquence. Not only Perhaps, after all, there's lots of did her eloquence appeal to the memtruth in the following from the Glas- bers but the indisputable facts she adduced were equally impressive. Herald. gow Times: "The tango is most severely critiOLD FASHION CANDY PULLING. cised by gentlemen whose stomachs have gotten in the way when they F. M. Tinder's Bible class will have dance, or ladies whose adiposity and a candy pulling at the Court House. years admonish them that a high jump Friday night, March6th. Come Everybody. Admission ten cents. breaks a leg." j Good Farmer And Clever Man. No and sustaining this reputation. attempt is made to give original recipes, but none will be given that have not been tested by the donor. It is not our aim to see how many Recipes we can place before the public but what good ones we can give. If any of our readers care for any particular recipe to be published, if they wil' make their wants known we will try and secure it. Cooking is a fine art, and while we hear of "plain living and high thinking," few of us care to practice it. We hope to make this a popular fea ture of our paper, its containing recipes of dishes which have often gratified the appetites of families and guests of some of the best housekeepers in this region we feel sure will d make its weekly visit, not only pleasant, but profitable. tar-fame- Pulaski on April 17ih will vote upon the question as to whether or not they will issue 5300,000 in bonds for the purpose of road building in that county. The Somerset Journal some time since hooted at the idea of such a thing and suggested that such a question was voted upon some Years ago in the county and was so overwhelmingly defeated as to forever preclude the possibility of another vote upon the same question. However, Bro. May does not seem to be fully in touch with the sentiment in the county, Pulaski is progressive, not politically but physically, and there are within the confines of the county many who believe that good roads are an essential to the development of the county, and their belief is wellfounded, hence they do not propose to give up the fight until they have as good roads as their neighbors in the Blue grass. Their efforts are laudable and here is hoping they may be successful. Old Fashion Spelling Bee A Success. About 900 bill have been introduced only one the Legislature, but has reached the Governor so far. We hope such bills as the ones regulating the width of ladies skirts, restricting the roaming habits of chickens and al- lowing the stores to have a corner on the spreading of disease by using a common drinking cup did not "die at borning" as they will be of inestimable value to mankind. Surely, no one will compete for the noble prize which is given to the one who does the most to uplift mankind, if they keep their ejes on our legislature. in Slock Yards A Great Advantage To Town. The . For 15 Bays. w j til ' u B Men and Bons One of the largest crowds ever assembled in the Auditorium of the new school building, greeted the "spellers" last Friday night. Mr. Tom Anderson and Dr. J. A. Amon had consented to be the captains and choose sides but Dr. Amon was called out of town and R. L. Elkin took his place. About 30 were chosen on either side. Mr. Ben Hudson gave out tne worus. nis enunciation ana pronunciation being as clear and distinctas it was well, we will not say because, we were one of his scholars. The Captains were among the first to go down, both of them missing "cumfrey". Bill Denny was next on "honey" and he insists there are two ways to spell it, ha says he meant hid girl when lie spelt it "hunny , Arthur J osepii was reauy with the goods when he was given such words as "money", but "pilaster" proved to much for him. Mr. AlexDen-n- y met his Waterloo when "disseizin" was handed him. Several missed "sleazy " as we are accustomed to hearing it pronounced "slazy." Miss Marie Ballard was the last one left on the Elkin side when she was given the word "mesentery," at that time there were five left on the Anderson side. Miss Ballard miss ed it as did also Messrs Cabel Denny, Carl Acton, Bob Embry and Miss Helen Robinson. Quite a number of the school children took part and proved that this important part of their education was not being neglected. Miss Sara Daniels favored the audience with two songs while the Mother Goose songs given by the youngest school children proved the hit of the evening. Aside from a delightful evening well spent a neat sum was realized for the If Good For The Banks Why Not For All, A bill has been reported favorably by "7" occa-sion- lv the Senate committee to make it a penitentiary offense for a person to make a derogatory statement abojt a bank. True, it is a serious offense to slander a bank, but is it less serious to slander any other corporation or an individual? Is there any offense more serious than for the chattering gossip, even though as with out malice or intelligence, to disseminate idle gossip, unless it is for the forked-tongue- d slanderer, with malito spread slander? purpose, cious Should there not be an equal punishment for the creature who slanders the individual, with the cowardly purpose of wrecking vengance, or of satisfying envy as for the slanderer who utters a falsehood about a bank's solvency? Whether or not such an act as that reported by the Senate committee will protect banks from the effects of careless gossip or malicious slander is doubtful, as it is doubtful whether any law can exterminate the breed of reptiles who with fetid fangs poison the bodies politic and social. One of the most dangerous runs that was ever made on a bank in Kentucky was caused by an idle jest, misinterpreted and quickly repeated. The prospect of the penitentary might have school. stopped the jest, or misinterpretation. If you want pure clover, So the knowledge that a term in the might be the result, timothy, orchard grass or penitentiary might possibly stop the activities of blue grass seed, buy them the gossip and the scandal-mongefrom Hudson & Hughes. Lexington 'Herald. vapid-mir.ded, r. The newly constructed stock yards have already demonstrated just how much advantage a well equipped 3tock yards can be to a community. On Ia3t Monday about 300 cattle changed hands in the new yards, and buyers and drovers were on hands from all through Among this section of the country. the cattle offered were two cars from a distance, one car shipped in from St. Louis and another from Louisville, and their coming having been heralded, buyers were on hand to inspect and bid on them. Mr. Ross who owns the yards is highly pleased with the success of the venture, but finds that the yards are wholly inadequate to the requirements of this market, and will at once begin on additional sheds and pens and the addition of moie facilities for the caring for of the stock which he exj cots to tins market in the future. Mrs. Kauifman. Can Place This Your Home. Bock In o VQP coats at HALF PRICE. See our line of m p &s i w m m W m m f&an si UP-TO-DA- ,3Sf s 1 jj What;we have left is NEW and Mrs. Emma Kauffman is trying to place a book in every home in Lancas ter, especially where there are children, and those who are interested in the things that are worth while, are hoping she will succeed. The book is a story of the Bible and was gotten up by n greatBible student, a teacher and a helper through the press, who had long felt the need of a book of Bible stories, different in some respects from any work that had yet appeared. With this conviction he undertook the preparation of this work and after patient labor it is now submitted to our people by Mrs. Kauffman. Every one who would be considered intelligent must have knowledge of the Bible, and fortunate indeed is the child that learns these stories in early life for then it will never be forgotten. But the parent who is not thoroughly informed, or who does not possess the gift of story telling finds difficulty, here is a way out of that difficulty, buy a book that will be of interest to the old, who will find it helpful and en- tertaining when they read it to the young. we are going to sell them regcrdless of cost Many 'other articles that we are going to sell Call on ,!i Hi uswith the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. H. T. Locan Lancaster, Kentucky. D J Vi p Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26, 1914. SUNDAY t SCHOOL First Quarter, For Listen Mr Farmer BUY GOOD SEED and they will GROW Lesson IX. March 1, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 13-3- I! I I I I 1 IT, CLOVER, 6 No old Seed on hand. New and complete f. line selected from the Northern market. ..mm iiji IMUJI.I1 -- 2 mis I LANCASTER, alley & Lewis Phone 70. KENTUCKY. FLORIDA This is the Season wnci. Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Riding, Driving, and all other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable DAILY Gour SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South. Offers excellent service and most attractive routes Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of 'he World. nic I J mi and Stop En Route at These Famous Southern Resorts AIKEN CHARLESTON 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 Central Record ONE YEAR For information at to schedules, fares and through Sleeping Car service communicate with your local agent or B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Main 1937 City 1938 For $3-- 5 St arks Building, Louisville, Ky. This does not apply residents of Lancaster. g'EilMMfBnEirittMir E. C. Million. Pres. T. dfUlMifl Vice Pres. .USSIS J. Curti3. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec. E. Deatherage, Treas. m an Phone mm 100. Tobacco Incorporated. DIRECTORS Warehouse Capital Stock $33,000 Go. E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaujjht, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, 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. We want to ask those who have tobacco left that you get it to market just as soon as you can, while prices are good. WhiJewe 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 averages were as follows: W. C. Ross sold 1125 lbs. at average of $18.08, one basket bring- 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 j17 Tips frozen and damaged often 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; RossSt sold 2770 lbs for $443.50. VanArs-dal- e You will remember that our market is stronger now and has been thronghout this year, than it has ever been with us, quality of tobacco considered. And we know that our buyers expect to keep this market right up to the best in the country till we close. t Market your tobacco at once, and continue to sell with the house that gets you the top notch prices THE MADISON HOUSE. Thanking you, we are, Very truly yours, Text of the Lesson, Luke xii, Memory Verse, 15 Golden Text, Luke xii, 34 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. In the last verse of the previous lesson He said. "The Holy Ghost shall teach you." On the last night that He was with them, ere He suffered. He said, '"The Comforter, the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send In my name, He shall teach you all things. He will guide yon Into all truth. He will show you things to come, He sliall testify of .Me (John American Humor. xlv, 2(1; xv. 21!: xvl, 13). and many othFrank Gould says that American huer things He said of the Spirit of mor is like nothing else under the sun Truth. Hut we are blind and deaf and so droll, so grotesque and often so so slow to perceive or hear spiritual solemn in expression. things. Mr. Gould gives this account of a Well might He say of each of us. "I half minute comedy enacted in one of have written to him the great things the corridors of a Chicago hotel. of my law, but they were counted as a It was played by two millionaires strange thing" illos. viii. 12). When One of them, waiting for the elevator, He spoke of false teaching even the was struggling into Ids fur lined coat disciples thought He referred to bread The other, an acquaintance, took hold for the body, and now here Is a man, of the coat and assisted him into it one of the company, so little ImpressThe first man turned, saw who it ed by the great truths of our last leswas. gravely put his hand Into hi: son and the solemn things of the fupocket, took out a dime and handed it ture that he Is more coucerned about to his helper, who. with equal gravity. a bit of earthly property. pocketed It. Then the first man went Is It not so still, and are not men, down in the elevator, and the other with rare exceptions, so occupied with passed on to his room. Not a word things temporal that they can scarce had been spoken aud neither man find time to give a thought to things smiled, except Inwardly How weighty and heart eternal? Would a foreigner have understood searching the Master's words, "X the pantomime, even if he had known man's life conslsteth not in the abunthe standing of both men? Buffalo Express. dance of the thiugs which he (verse 13). Since "covetous-nes- s is idolatry" (Col. Ill, u), how much Shirts From Trees. wo need the words. "Having food and It is comforting at least to know that the sad "Song of the Shirt-- ' does not ralmeut. let us be therewith content." "Trust not in uncertain riches, but In apply to all parts of the world. In the the Living God, who glveth us richly forests of Oronoko. situated on the 17). slope of New Granada, nature has proall things to enjoy" (I Tim. vi, How aptly and forcibly our Lord set vided what serves as a ready made forth the truth in the parable of the shirt for the natives. It Is obtained rich poor man who could only talk from the marina tree, a species of tropwith himself about the smallness of ical palm, which has a thin, fibrous his barns and the abundance of his red bark. When a native wants a fruits and his goods, and If he had shirt he simply cuts a piece of one of larger barns what an easy, merry time these trees about eighteen inches In he might have for many years to come. diameter and takes off the bark, manHe seemed to have no thought of God, aging so as not to cut it in any way. who had caused his ground to bring and thus obtains a hollow cylinder of forth plentifully, nor of the poor, with flexible bark somewhat resembling a whom he might share his goods. There rough sack without any bottom. He was no one to be considered but himthen makes a small slit in each side self. He knew nothing of the love of for his arms to go through and puts it God and therefore had no love for on. It is only during the rainy season, God nor for his fellow men. "But God however, that natives conform to the said unto him. Thou fool, this night requirements of civilization sufficiently thy soul shall be required of thee" to wear garments of any description. (verse 20). New York Sun. Now what were barns and fruits and goods to him? He had to leave A Penalty of Genius. all and went out of the world poor It seems to be the frequent penalty Indeed, like the rich man of Luke xvl. How often we read of one who of genius that it is dened the privilege of perpetuating its name and kind be-- j died nt his desk in the office or sitting yond a few generations at most Thus in his home or taken by an accident, It is said that there is not now living a and the words come to mind. "Thy single descendant in the male line of soul Is required of thee." and the great question is. Was he saved? and then. Chaucer, Shakespeare. Spenser. Milton. Cowley, Butler. Dryden. Pope. Cowper, Was he rich toward God? It is possible to be saved as by Ore and have no Goldsmith. Byron or Moore; not one of rewards for service, no crowns to cast Sir Thilip Sidney or of Sir Walter Raleigh: not one of Drake. Cromwell. Rev. at His feet (I Cor. lii. ll-lHampden, Monk. Marlborough. Peteriv. 10). borough or Nelson: not one of Bollng- A true believer may still be so blindbroke, Walpole, Chatham. Pitt. Fox. ed by the god of this world as to fall Burke, Graham or Canning; not one to see the advautage of treasure in up treasure for of Baconp Locke. Newton or Davy; not heaven and so lay one of Hume. Gibbon or Macaulay: not himself In this world to be left behind when he which must all one of Hogarth. Sir Joshua Reynolds is called out of or Sir Thomas Lawrence: not oue of the world. From verse 22 He speaks to Ills disciples, truly saved men, all David Garrick. John Kemhle or Edbut Judas Iscarlot (John xiii, 10. 11). mund Kean. London Standard and teaches them that since they are Horseradish. now children of God there is no room The cultivation of horseradish is a for anxiety about food or raiment. The kingdom is made sure to them thriving industry, a writer in the Conn (verse 32), and If they will now live try Gentleman says, and he describes to hasten its coming by living only n three acre farm devoted to tliis in unto God and winning souls to Him dustry, which keeps two men busy, one He will see that all things necessary of them making good money out of his miniature farm. One advantage of this for this life are given to them. The teaching of verse 31 and Matt crop is thus described: "The horserad vi, 33. is not that of seeking our souls' Ish farmer can well lie back and rest salvation, for the words were spoken in easy security, for he has a crop that to saved men, but It teaches saved only insects with suicidal motives people that as such their first aim in life should be the coming of the kingdom for which we pray when we say Home Conservation. from the heart, "Our Father, who art "Why have you Interested yonrselt in heaven. Thy kingdom come. In theosophy?" Thy will be done on earth as In heav"Well." replied young Mrs. Torkins. en." There is no use talking of ex- "my husband persists in talking about tending the kingdom, for there Is no banking and currency. I thought I'd kingdom to extend It was at hand follow his example and try to act wise when our Lord was here, in their very about something that neither of us unmidst In the & King, but the poison of Himself,have derstands" Washington Star. when they cried "We no king but Cao-aand killed their Cordial and Confidential. Messiah they caused the kingdom t "How did yon get along with Mabe postponed till lie shall come again mie's father?" See carefully Luke xlx. Matt "Fine! He said it was all right bexxiii. .10: Acts iii 20. 21. We are in fore I . then he 5 the age between this postponement of me if Iasked him. Andfew more asked likely didn't know a kingdom and its coming at the swthe young fellows who would take the rest orn! coming of ChrNt. the m.istery hid of his girls."-ClevelPlain Dealer. in God from the beginning of the world, but specially revealed to Paul 0' (Eph. HI. Trouble Ahead. Kom. xvl. 2.VJ7). SeekHusband (to wife) Didn't I teleing the kingdom mvhis to me to mean you not to bring your mother "counting all things but loss for the graph to with you? Wife I know. That's excellency of the knowledge of Christ what she want to see you about She Jesus our Lord" (Phil. ill. 8) aud making the supremo, object in all church read the telegram : life, social life and business life, to Out of Mind. make known In all nations as quickly Fenton first he is possible His great salvation for about her, Atbut now was simply crazy he neglects her "whosoever will" that His body, the church, may be completed, this age shamefully. Sloanes I see. At. first he went out of tils mind and then she ?nd and the kingdom come. Thus we may learn restful lessons went out of his mind. from the ravens and the lilies and Superabundance. rich toward (Jod. As one has Sit "Did that manager discover any husaid. "Make thou His service thy He'll make thy wants Ills care." mor in your play?" 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The weather man was not verv considerate, but notwith- - ! standing the snow, the sleet and ice a great many of the "grown ups" en joyed the pictures, to say nothing of the school children, who fairly reveled in them. It is impossible, surely, that any teacher would fail to welcome the effort, to introduce true art into the school-rooand to recognize that by efforts like this, their work becomes more effectual and vastly less difficult. The school should create beautiful surIf you want pure clover, timothy, McCREARY. roundings for the child, that thru these orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy he may attain inner refinement, for them from Hudson & Hughes. the effect of beautiful things is to soft Mr. J. Long has been in Richmond. Mr A. D. Bradshaw has returned to en and subdue the crude within as well Mr. T, . O. Hill attended court Mon- - Mt Sterling after a few days visit to as witnour. it is said this is an age of day. home folks. science and invention, that our minds Mr. R . Prather has been in Rich- Mrs. E. Layton and daughter Miss too full of the vexing problems of &ri mond. Bessie were the guests of Mr. and Mrs the day and the demands upon us are T. W. Bradshaw. Several too many to give time to the arts. If Monday. from here attended court Miss Ira Rainey attended preaching such be the case, and if as men and Mr. J. H. Posey.had a mule to die at Antioch and was with her sister women we are to have no leisure for Mrs. Mike Forbes. those finer influences which have al- last week. and Straight Creek coal in connection with SALT EM, the medicated stock salt. ways been "the solace of the world", Miss Virgie Bourne has been visiting 13 cents per bushel, forked and now then at least let us help the children to her sister. love beauty, and give them a glimpse We are agents for both. Mrs. Eliza Ray visited her son Mr. loaded in your wagon. Hudson & Hughes. into that true source of wealth from Danial Ray. which the soul can draw in time of Mr. Charley Hamm has been visiting Don't Be A Nature Faker. need. friends here. the guest a hen-- is Mrs. Dane Long has been The chairman of the Health Depart- of her mother. not supposed to have much comment of the Federation, Mrs. Lafon mon sense or tact. Miss Lizzie Gallager has been visitRiker has notified the clubs that their ing at Buckeye. Yet every time she lays an egg she help is needed to prevent the abolishcackles forth the fact. Miss Bpssie Sanders is the guest of ment of the law against the common A ROOSTER-Has- n't Ray. and public drinking cup. The last Leg- Miss Leota got a lot of intelligence to Miss Henderson has been visiting the islature at the instance of the Federashow, tion placed the present law on the Misses Barnetts. But none the less, most roosters Mr. Walker Bradshaw was the guest statute books. A measure is now pendhave good sense enough to crow ing at Frankfort to repeal it. Mrs. of Mx. T. O. Hill. BUT MA- NRiker insists that such an act would Mrs. Lizzie Walker visited Mr. and The greatest masterpiece that Nature be a decidedly backward step for the Mrs. Willie Walker. could devise. State. She asks that as clubs and as Mr. Nath Bogie was in Lancaster Will often stop and hesitate before VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. individuals they inform their repre- last week on business. he'll ADVERTISE! sentatives of their desires in the matMiss Beulah Beazley wa3 the recent ter. She is preparing to send circulars guest of Miss Her Hill. which show the deadliness and danger Mr. George Callico has been with his of the common cup to every part of the State. Mrs. Riker declares that brother at Teatersville. Mr. and Mrs. Morice Long visited Mr the existing law has worked no hardThe Central Record-on- e year ship anywhere, and after the campaign and Mrs Emitte Long. of education of two years since, she is Mrs Rolind Hill was a recent visitor The Weekly Enquirer-on- e year 11 surprised that any one could be found of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Miss Myrtle Cothrum, Farm News, monthly-on- e year I I of Russellville, Ala., says: J .25 so ignorant as to advocate its repeal. Miss Bessie Ray Sanders is visiting IJEI "For nearly a year, I suf-- 1X1 Ray. Woman's World, monthly-on- e year Misses Leota and Rosa .35 feredwith terrible back- NINA. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert were the 1 1 1 1 ache, pains in my limbs, 1 1 9 1 Poultry Success, monthly-on- e year .50 guest of Miss Virgie Bourne: one year Farm and Fireside, and my head ached nearly .50 Mr. and Mrs. Moris Ross visited Mr. Mrs. J. W. Hill has been the guest all the time. Our family and Mrs. E. P. Jones, Sunday. Mrs. Broadus. of her mother doctor treated me, but Regular value Mr. and Mrs. Alford Malear are only gave me temporary We are glad to state that Mrs, over the arrival of a big boy. relief. I was certainly in Broadus is very much improved. Master Birt Prather is visiting his bad health. My school Rev. W. H. Taylor was the guest of For All, One Year Our uncle, Mr W. E. Whitaker at this place. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill recently. teacher advised me to Messrs Stevie Layton and Joe WheelTAKE Miss Emma Sanders returned to her er were pleasant visitors in Lancaster, home after visiting the Misses Ray. Sunday. Misses Sadie and Beulah Mae Beazley Little Miss Annie Mae Prewitt is visited Mrs. S. M. Turner recently. visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Charley Cotton was called to You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above. You W. T. Watson. the bedside of her mother who is ill. could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a We are glad to know that Mr. W. T. Mr. and Mrs. Joshes Noll have been remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a high-clamet Watson is improving rapidly and we Ttie Woman's Tonic the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Schooler. hope he will continue to improve. ropolitan weekly, a popular farm monthly, a leading woman's magaMiss Bessie Prather has been the I took two bottles, in all, zine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest If you want pure clover, timothy, guest of Miss Annie Walker recently. and was cured. I shall orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy magazine. always praise Cardui to Misses Annie and Bertie Walker atthem from Hudson & Hughes. This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If you suffering wosick and Buckeye Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker were tended preaching at men." II you suffer from are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be Misses Edna Gulley and Kate Hamm the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. pains peculiar to weak extended from date it expires. of Miss Lillie Sutton. were the guests W. Sanders, Saturday night and women, such as headMr. and Mrs. Lucil Noel and Miss ache, backache, or other To-da- y. Misses Lena and Linda Humes and Minvel Bogie visit Mrs. Otto Simpsymptoms of womanly son. little Edna Grow of Madison county trouble, or if you merely You must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher is were the pleasant guests and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ray returned home last seed a tonic for that tired, limited. Call or mail all orders direct to feel-in- g. Mrs. Moris Ross Saturday, week after visiting her husband.in Lex nervous, worn-oe-try Cardui. and Straight Creek coal ington. now 13 cents per bushel, forked and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hamm have been loaded in your wagon. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hudson & Hughes. Beazley. L R. E. McRoberts Kentucky. STOCK FOOD Feed International Semi-Cann- el McRoberts Drug Store. A Money Saving. COMBINATION OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. EVER OFFERED. MBacKachejjJ! II XX LESS THEN HALF PRICE $1.00 1.00 II II II XX $3.60 Special Bargain Price Cardui ONLY $1.60 ss semi-month- ly Sun-Sunda- y. Subscribe Now- - - ut Semi-Cann- el The Central Record Page 4 The Central Record Preacher's Sons Who Made Good. The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26, 1914 a consistent church and Sabbath school ' worker, keeping up the work wherever When a minister's son or daughter she was teaching. At the present time INCORPORATED. Walton. and the her membership with the church is at Henry M, Teller formerly a cabinet year. goes wrong, the chronic criticsthem and $1.00 a JasuED Weekly. uncharitable in spirit point to officer, and for thirty years a member Mrs. J. Frank Walton died at the Sheriden, Wyoming. say, "Why do preachers' children turn home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Malissa Furr was a conscientious of the U. S. Senate from Colorado, is J. . ROBINSON. Editor. out badly?" Nothing could be farther W. Askins at Buena Vista on Tuesday teacher, fitting herself to the best of dead at his home in Denver. from the truth than such a notion. Min on Wed her ability for the work she had under- - j a. L ELKIN. Business Manager. isters' children turn out well, better and funeral services were heldSmith of taKen ana to wnicn sne enjoyea giving Will Sulzer, impreached governor of nesday bv Rev. J. Rockwell New York, hae institntcd proceedings tnan any otners in tne community. !,; if at tho ,ato unm- - Mra wi so much of her time and energy en- - before the supreme court of that state Lraan n tniinlt varv l nil (law entered at the Post OtRev in Ijincaster. Ky. There are exceptions, but this is the tQn wa3 about thirty five yeara of ag6( (lanirnrlniT " n rarroin tha nPRnn nf tnkinU Un was Mull Matter. i.uoiitwc Willie ui w 1111,11 lie a Secoud-Cla- s ad- . pupils and be to them a friend and A ruie. inis iact nas oeen recently men Aoath OTQ Ano tn Tnhorr-iilnsis- . j ucunveu. tioned in a sermon by Rev. Robert surv;veQ by her husband, who is visor as well as instructor. Prof, Samuel M. JefTorson. one of Member Kentucky Press Association Hugh Morris, preached in the Central che !s She lived a consecrated life, very de R Pregbyterian minister, and is afflicted and North Broad Street Presbyterian church with paralysis, by her parents, four voted to church work, always ready to the leading instructors ii. Transylvania Eighth District Publishers League. do whatsoever was best for the up College at Lexington, died suddenly i of Philadelphia. Among other things brothera and four siaters. building of the Master's Kingdom, and upon the streets in that city of Angina i Dr. Morris said: was in many ways an example worthy j Pectoris. names in the Nation- - j Of the fifty-on- e Jefferson. Lancaster, Ky February 26, 1914. Masked bandits held up a Q & C of imitation. al Hall of Fame, twenty are from min The death of Prof. Samuel M. JefOwing to ill health. Miss Furr resign passenger train near Birminghan and S5 homes: Roger Williams, Jona isters University, ferson, of Transylvania containing than Edwards, William Ellery Chan-nin- who died suddenly in Lexington, last ed her position in Sheridan and return-t- o secured mail pouches Rates For Political Announcements her home here about a month ago. registered mail to the estimated value Emeison, Holmes, Henry Clay, For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 Agasiz, Bancroft, Beecher, Stowe, Friday, was heard with deep regret, During her sickness she was ever pat- of $40,000. by friends and acquaintances in this s .10.00 Lowell and Philips Brooks, being ... Por County Offices Her death ient, brave and hopeful. Clark Howell, editor of the Atlanta city, where he was known and liked, leaves vacancy in 15.00 For State and District Offices a the home and a Constitution, has requested Gov. Slaton proportion proper if more than a having delivered the Baccalaureate 10 for Calls, per line other families measured up to the termon to the graduating class of the void in the hearts of her relatives and of Georgia not to consider his name in 10 For Cards, per line selecting a successor to the late Sena- if) friends. standard. Of our twenty .seven PresiGraded school here several years ago. For all publications in the interThe funeral services were conducted tor Bacon. dents three were ministers' sons, Ar- After funeral services at the Central est of individuals or expresby Rev. Ezra Duncan of Spencer at thur, Cleveland and Wilson. The Christian church in Lexington, Mrs. Virginia Parsons, a Kentucky last sion of individual views, per wives of five were ministers' daughters Sunday, the body was taken to Lafay- the Quincy Baptist church, Feb. 20th. woman, was awarded a verdict of $10, 10 line CemeMrs. John Adams, Mrs. Millard Fill000 against the city of Memphis Tenn., ette, Ind. for burial in the family lot. 1914. Interment at the Combes 05 Obituaries, per line tery, near Quincy more, Mrs. Franklin Pierce, Mrs. Benfor the killing of her husband by a jamin Harrison and Mrs. Woodrow policeman in that city in 1910. Furr. Obituary. New barrel of Kraut at W. B. Ball's Wilson. The Kentucky Legislature, Governor Miss Malissa Bell Furr died at the Death, of Mrs. Fannie Maret Scott, McCreary and minor state officials home of her sister near Quincy Ind. on County Attorney" Green Clay Walker Pruner Spare The Tree. upper Garrard. were in Lexington last Saturday to the Feb. 18, 2914 of tuberculosis, her illness of imnmvpd the second story of his On February 14, the death angel number of 150 or more, and were the The tendency of the ignorant pruner immediately preceding her death covnewly purchased building on the square is to destroy both the health and the ering the period since Dec. 9th. when threw his shadowy wings over the guests of the Lexington Commercial by the addition of modern windows. beauty of the tree by indiscriminate she was compelled to take her bed suf- home of Mr. James A, Scott and the Club. In many cases fering with a severe cold, but after a loved wile and mother fell asleep in i cutting of branches. The big steamer Queen City which comnlains that Charles Snmnnf grounded above the Falls of the Ohio funeral is far behind the the best advice to persons about to weeks illness resumed her duties, that Jesus. Morse's Fannie Maret Scott was born in river at Louisville, lies in four feet of time as arranged when he prune shade trees is the familiar ad- of teaching, but was after one week Money and vice of Punch to persons about to mar- compelled to again take her bed, with Madison Co., October Cth 1860, and water and nothing can oe done toward Atlanta prison. left the John M. rescuing her until the water assumes m influence can even delay a funeral un- ry, namely: "Don't" what proved to be an illness that ended was the daughter of the late Maret. She was married to James A. its normal stage. If there is any good reason for prun- with her death. der certain conditions. Unto 23rd, 1882. ing a shade tree the cutting should be Miss Furr will be well remembered Scott, August John C. C. Mayo, millionaire coal op If the artist of the Louisville Herald done by someone who knows how to do as a former popular school teacher in this union were born ten children, erator and Democratic National Comi a good one it will account for some the pruning. Generally speaking the this county, and was a young lady of seven girls and three boys, of whom mitteeman for Kentucky, who has been of the queer, freakish bills that have man who hires out by the day to lop great personal charm, and many at- nine survive her. At the age of 13 critically ill at his home in Paintsville. We think an appro- off branches neither knows nor cares tainments. At the time of her death years she trusted Jesus as her personal is some been introduced. better and hopes are being enmade whereby these about improving the looks of the tree. she was engagad as a teacher in the Saviour and united with the Christian tertained for his recovery. priation should be was a true pictu.-e- s can be secured as property of He wishes merely to make a litter of high school at Sheridan Wyoming, church, of this place and A Consignment of one hundred cases liirbs under the tree as proof that he where she has been engaged for sever- follower of Jesus, "Even unto death " be state. preceded to hergrave 36,000 eggs, has arrived in St Louis Mrs. Scott was has earned his pay. To employ him is al years. When she felt that her illfrom China, and the commission mer- d watch ness was likely to prove serious she a little over two years ago by her son, The Federal department of justice is about like trusting a A. Scott, a young man of ex- chant who received them claims he will expected to take action soon in con- to an umbrella mender when it needs wired her sister at Quincy, and she at Arthur be able to sell them at 29 cents per doz nection with the alleged conspiracy of repairs. A tree does not grow in a once went to her bedside and brought cellent character and christian fortitude and realize a reasonable profit. exemplifying in life those noble traits Oklahoma politicians against Senator night, but it may be ruined in a very her home in Quincy and soon after they 50,000 women voted fn- - Chicago Tues of character of which nature had so Gore, as charged in his defense. Secret small part of a day by a man with a arrived there the end came. day, it being the first time an election Miss Furr was 38 years of age and bountifully favored his mother. service men were there throughout the saw who has secured a job of working Mr. Wm L. Scott the eldest son is a has been held since the granting of upon it for the benefit of his purse. trial. gave promise of a brilliant and success The woodman is as likely to spare ful career in her chosen profession. resident of Cincinnati. O. She also suffrage to women in Illinois. IndicaSenator Gore is blind, boys, stone blind, so he doesn't deserve so much the tree as the jackleg pruner into There are a great many people here at leaves one married daughter Mrs. tions are that four out of the eight whose hands many an ignorant owner her old home who have a kindly re- Jessie ("Cap.") Warmoth, of Lincoln women candidates for alderman were credit after all. elected. of trees falls, only to learn, if he ever membrance of Miss Furr and who will Co. Mrs. Scotc had been in failing health Unprecedented cold, weather for learns to appreciate the beauty of the grieve sadlv at the news of her death. Magazine Exchange. for some time, though had gradually February is recorded allioverthe coununmutilated tree, in winter as well as The members of the Women's Club in summer, that he has paid a congrown weaker toward the end, during try, snow storms and a general blizzard George. desire to exchange magazines with each scienceless grafter to do $1,000 worth which, time she had manifested the raged, railroad and other traffic was Mr. Ansel George died at his home in other and ask all members who take of damage where it cannot be repaired greatest of patience in her suffering. delayed, and in some localities business Bristol Tenn., on Feb. 20th and his remagazines and have read them, to bring in a lifetime. Ex. Though- frail of body her thoughts was at a complete standstill during mains were brought here and after Uiem to the Club rooms and get seemed constantly for others and her Monday and Tuesday. funeral services by Rev. J. Rockwell others in exchange. Our Honor Roll. and uncomplaining spirit were Col. Brent Arnold, aged' 68,. general Smith, were interred in the Lancaster cheerful most marked in her devotion to. freight agent and superintendent of Mrs. W. C. Witmer, of Dallas. Tex. cemetery on last Saturday the 21st, Bully For Maurice. young- terminals for the L & N railroad m who will be so pleasantly remembered The Union soldiers of Lancaster, his her husband and children. The His Boyle county friends are delight, as Miss Alice Young, is one of the former comrades in arms acted as pall est child,, the baby boy, being eight Cincinnati was arrested in that city years of age. Her aged mother Mrs.. charged with contributing to; the deed that representative Maurice J. Far-ri- s first to head our honor roll this week. bearers. Geo. Garner, with the father and linquency of a seventeen yearold girl, voted against the insurance bill pre- In renewing her subscription she gives Mr. George was born in Garrard sented in the Kntncky legislature. If expression to the following appreciated county near Lancaster on September children are left to mourn the loss of and was fined $750 and the costsv. that measure becomes a law, we will words: "I enjoy the home paper very 13, 1833 and bis entire life up to ten this dear one, and they have the The New federal reserve banking sympathy of all. On the fol- system will begin operations with a Dan- much have no insurance in Kentucky. and have a very tender feeling years ago was spent in the county of sincere was service ville Messenger. membership of not less than 7500banks for Lancaster and her people. My girl- his birth- - Ten- years ago he went to lowing morning the funeral by Rev. F. M.. hood was spent there and I always look Bristol where he has since resided. He conducted at the home by the number ofi banks Lancaster which have singnified their intention of How The Hens Captured The Egg Market. back upon it as a very happy time in was married to- Miss Mary Ramsey tbe Tinder, pastor of 4 the in my life." We are proud of our list daughter of the late Alex. Ramsey, and Christain.chuicliu taking membership up to the dosing When Mrs. Goose has Iad an egg The procession followed "over the day for their expressing their inten this week and thank them for respond she has long since- preceded him to the She does not cackle. No: of tions, which was grave. Only one child, William frozen snows, all that was mortal last Monday. She keeps the matter mum. she's like ing so nobly to our help. George, was born to them, and he died this estimable friend and neighbor, Mrs. W. C. Witmer. A lot of firms I know Loose leaf tobacco markets all. over S. H. Herring. where she was laid to rest beside her Mrs. Kate Berkele, R. B. Hendren, about seven years ago in Bristol. But Mrs. Hen is different cemetery of "Old Paint thfcstate are about readv to close- tbe Mr. George was a member of the son in the season. The crop while containing an When she doth eggs produce. Mrs. Clara Robinson, T. A. Elkin, celebrated 7th Kentucky Cavalry Col. Lick." immense amount of damaged tobacco She publishes the fact abroad. Theres an Angel band in heaven that Clay Williams, John K. Faulkner's command, during Dr. S. H. Burnside. Because she's not a goose. Ex. and Jesus called and lots ot "green tips" has upon the Mrs. Carrie Davidson, i. P. Huffman, the Civil war, and was in the company was not brought good prices, and the our loved one to fill a vacant seat. By whole W. M.. Kerby and growers seem fairly well satisfied with Alfred Robinson, of whice Is Said W. B. Moss. Less Tobacco And Better Quality Dunn, were the Lieutenants. A Friend. the prices realized. L. G. Hubble, Frank Brown, Thomas He was a gallant sqjdier and remained Ghas. Becker, former New York To Be What We Need. Of Thanks. Cardi R. L. Hagan, B. F. Broadus, in the service until the close of police lieutenant, who was- - convicted Fred Conn, hostilities. The Consolidated Tobacco Growers' Walter Walker. Mere words cannot express our sin and sentenced to the chair,, charged He was a son. of James George, one cere and heartfelt thanks which we James Clark. association has gone upon record in Gilbert Clark, with the killing of Herman Rosenthal average favor of reducing the tobacco Allen Dttsnis of the pioneer residents of Garrard. wish to extend toour relatives, friends the gambler, has been granted a new J. T. Clark, He was a consistent member of the and neighbors fop the sympathy, kind for 1914. It is the best solution of the J. H. Dean, trial by the court of appeals.. Four Willard Barlow, Presbyterian church, having united ness and many favors shown us in our gunmen convicted with Becker had problem of price fixing that Can be usBall, W. J. Holtzdaw, with the church dursng the ed. Lss tobacco and better quality, John last meet- late sorrow, and bereavement in the sente nces affirmed, and mast die. Frank Bourne, ing held by the late i. Lapsley McKee loss of our beloved wife and mother their will make it an easy matter for the William Baker, growers to secure the prices they de- E. B. Creech, Garrard county could Fannie Maret Scott. We are especially Henry Teater, in Lancaster. BltYANTSVlLLE mand" It is when all the buyers need Kinnaird Bourne. A. W. Stewart, never boast of a better citizen than grateful for. tha beautiful floral ofGeorge,, and it was a source of ferings. tobacco, and must have it, that there Mrs. Courtney Koberts. has sold a James Davis, Ansel J. S. Haselden, regret to a great number of our people We wish to thank Rev. F. M. Tinder fiae jersey cow to Mr. Dalton.af Lan is any real competition on the market. Sid. Sebastian. when he changed his residence. An for his impressive service and his words caster for $75. It is when there is a big crop, most of J. T. Raney, grades, that the buyers Chas Zimmer. upright, honorable christian gentleman of consolation;. also Mr. J. A. Beasloy, Mrs. Rebecca Hutchinson has return it of inferior are slow to bid. because the tobacco Sixteen More Dajs Has The Kentucky and a splendid' citizen, has rounded out for the efficient manner in which he ed to her home in Richmond, after a his fourscore years and gone to his conduQtad.the frjneral. does not class up to what they want, few weeks visit to her daughter at great reward. Mr. George during the Legislature To Grind, And The and it matters not how anxious they Eryaiitsville. The Bereaved Family. few years preceding his departure from mnu fnr a sunnlv. they will not bid Miss Hattie and Callie Huichins of Hopper Is Full To Overflowthe county and state, purchased prostrongly for grades that do not come Richmond are visiting their sister Mrs, perty and resided in Lancaster, and a up to standard requirements of their Courtney Roberts and Mrs. John Camp ing With Bills. wide acquaintance in both town and trade. bell of Bryantsville. The Kentucky Legislature has just county regjret to learn of his death. Mrs. Courtney Roberts of Bryants A Great Year In Farming sixteen more days to sit, and there are ville and her two sisters Misses Hattie Obituary. of The passing year 1914 promises to be now 910 ur.passed bills pending' and and Callie Hutchinson of Richmond Malissa Belle Furr was born near a great year in farming. The winter there is a splendid chance that a great spent Friday and Saturday with their has been favorable to the preparation number will remain unpassed when Lancaster, in Garrard Co., Ky., June High. Glass City Property. brother Henry Hutchinson of Hackley 12, 187(and died Feb. 18, 1914, age 37 for crops and al the middle of February that body adjourns sine die. Ky. The Greene Glenn insurance measure years, 8 months and 6 days. there has never been such advance As agent for Tobe Wiley 1 will offer of the solos is engrossing the attention She was the oldest living child of W. for on the premises,, in made in farm work. COT It is time, under a certain law of at present, and there are strong signs H. and Mary Furr, besides whom she Lancaster, Ky on have a of there many modifications to the leave3 two brothers, Cornelius M. and Mr. Earl r"reston and wife are visit' averages, for the farmers to SATURDAY, MCH. 7th 1914. ing in Jessamine. year of full returns for their labor. measure before it is passed, chief among William P. Furr, and a sister, Mr. AT 1:30 O'CLOCK, P. M. There are times yet for floods and for which will be a reduction of intended Clemma Herbert. Mrs. Peachie Grow is with her sister Her girlhood was passed at her birth his attractive and valuable brick resi Mrs. Mary Sanders. drouth, a time yet for insect depreda- to carry out the provisions of the tions, and for other evils against which measure from $100,000 to $50,000, The place until near the age of twenty dence, with about 5 acres of land loca. The Sanders boys attended the Spell $30,-00men strive in vain; but at this writing measure will doubtless in its amended when she came to India'na to live. Miss ted on Lexington Avenue, near a ing Bee at Lancaster. school building, and having all the there is every reason to believe that form leave in the discretion of the Furr was a graduate of three different Mrs. Blanch Ray of Buckeye wa3 a this is to be a great year for the insurance comparies the right to fix schools. She received her A. B. degree modern improvements, which make it rates, subject to the revision and ap- from Eminence College, Ky. in 1894, an ideal home. None better, none visitor of her mother, Mrs. Mollie farmers. Fain last week. before sh: had reached her eighteenth more valuable. Let the farmers prepare to utilize proval of the State Rating Board. The owner has lately expended If yon want pure clover, timothy, She graduated from the The Cox measure to enlarge the birthday. Let them conopportunities. their sider soil and seed and labor and powers of the Fish & Game Commis Indiana btate .Normal in una, and re $3,000 to make it one of the most de orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy market; let them investigate the con- sion was .killed in the House, and the ceived her Master's degree from the sirable homes in Kentucky. It has 7 them frcm Hudson & Hughes. rooms, besides 2 bath rooms, one above Misses Ida Mae and Cecil Sanders ditions under which they work and Senate did a like job for the Finn mea- Indiana State University in 1907. She taught in the common schools and one below, fully equipped with the are spending the week with their aunt, compare them with the conditions under sure which sought to enlarge the During this time most valuable fixtures. The rooms are Mrs. Cleo Ray. which their neighbors work. Let them powers of the State Railroad Commis- from 1894 to 1902. she attended school through the vaca- large, the paper being costly and atnot be satisfied unless they are doing sion. and Straight Creek coal Many measures have been reported tions. She then taught Latin in the tractive, the paintings artistic, and the now 13 cents per bushel, forked and their very best. by the various committees from both following High Schools; Frankton, floors of hardwood. In fact, it must loaded in your wagon. be appreciated. be seen Semi-Cann- el Hudson & Hughes. and Straight houses and are ready to be placed upon Goodland and Hartford City, Ind. and desiring to examine the propertyParties will to their passage, and the chances are that Sheridan Wyoming. Also during this coal now 13 cents j the closing days will be busy ones, and time she spent one year in the State call on Hughes and Swinebroad Mr. Tevis Preston of Danville was Creek with his mother, Mrs. Mary Preston, Possession immediately. per bushel, forked and will witness the passage of many use- University. Sunday, who was eo unfortunate as to Terms made known on day of sale. She united with the Baptist church ful measures, while as is usually the improvloaded in your wagon. I. M. DUNN, Agent &Auctioneer. fall, but we are glad to say is many good at Lancaster, Ky, in her seventeenth case in the closing rush, ing rapidly. year. She has, since that time, been Hudson & Hughes, measures will fail of passage. . DEATHS. General News. .picxxxA(0 ffiimnmrnrng. ioiixxeM'(if 4 on j .. v . 1 1 CLEAN Clen Lily FLOUR, s PURE if. fifty-time- Why Clean? Why Pure? Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. a Why Sanitary? Because under high Vaciuum presswe to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. m 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 GARRARD MIULIINCi CO. ajglil '&xm"(iMWM&f3!&Mi iHJ fi&0rJF&JBrtLBl B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. P.IGNBY,. high-price- axx).: Vice Pre3t. r. Book-Keepe- i J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker. Jr., Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens National OF LANCASTER. KY. Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. - by the United States Government This Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with as, and you can help us, and we can he5p you. Make this bank YOUR bank. MhANMMhMhNMNM - For Sale: We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in or-t- o make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. We also have some nice shoats ing; abont 80 pounds for sale. weigh- - quite-complet- e the-lata- - !. Public Sale Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co WMr Wr FWK With Shining Eyes and Watering Mouths the children wait for you to cut the cake you have made with White ' 0. Swan Flour Semi-Cann- el 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. per-fect- ly Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26 1914. n. Page 5 School Notes. f (By Wm. F. Miller.) YOU'LL FIND The Greatest and best Plow made. JOHN DEERE STEEL Vulcan Plows and SYRACUSE PLOWS at reduced prices, All kinds of Plow Gear. Prices right J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. LP1 3EZZ3C 31 IE Your 2 SHOE SATISFACTION is what you are chiefly after, any or sawfc iBHt gassm tifcSJ. .afrWi raws JV3J' WE, ISN'T jirzfurfcK. raslr WAVfT To PAEASE K 111 13.W ' JZi la body can sell shoes. Butjto keep on selling them season after season to the same persons that means satisfying the customers or they would not come back. We fit you before we let you leave the store; give the best made, most stylish and Best Finished Shoes and guarantee their durability. And the prices are also satisfactory. Mis3 Rella Arnold will be in Corbin for a few days this week. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cormney have Goings by Those VVt Are Interested In. been visiting Stanford relatives. Mrs. G. Epping, of Louisville, is here Mr. J. M. Stapp of Lexington was visiting her niece Mrs. L. L. Wa'iker. a visitor here this week. Mr. J. K. Pepples, of Paris, was the J. L. Francis was a visitor in Lex- guest of Miss Anna B. Ballard. Sunday. ington Sunday and Monday. Miss Dove Harris of Danville has Mrs. Letty Ware, left Saturday for been with her sister, Mrs. S. H. Ana visit to relatives in Hopkinsville. derson. Miss Edna Ballou, of Madison, is Mrs. Wm. George of Bristol Tenn. here with her aunt, Miss Tommie is the guest of Mrs. W. O. Rigney. Francis. Miss Loula Million of Rirhmnnrl has Mfs3 Frankye Kauffman entertained been the guest of Miss Eunice Prather. a few friends at a Rook party Monday Dr and Mrs Kinnaird were in Cincin- evening. nati this week for the Automobile show Mr and Mrs J. R. Haselden and R. Mrs. Susan Dudley, of Richmond, is M. Hewlett, motored to Harrodsburg, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Dud- Sunday. ley. John Merriman will leave in a few Joe Miller Kavanaugh and Wm. days for Chicago where he has a lucraKavanaugh were in Richmond Satur- tive position. day. Miss Bettie Miller has returned home Messrs T. L. Yantis and Ed Price from a stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. were in Lebanon for the sale of fine Miller in Knoxville. hogs. Mr Jackson Stofer has returned to Mr. W. H. Cox. the well cleaning his home in Mt. Sterling after a visit man, was in town tor a few days last to Miss Joan Mount week. Mrs. J. W. Acey, of Stanford, was Mrs. Emma Higginbotham is in over to spend Sqnday with her parents Stanford visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. West. Miss Mary Lynn Fox, of Stanford, Miss Fannie Iiishop is ill of rheuma is here for a few days visit with her tism at her home on the Crab Orchard cousin Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. I Gossip About People v v v Miss Mabel Mason has been in MadiMr. Lige Comley. left this week for son for a visit to her parents. Decatur, III. Mr. Wm, Tribble of Louisville visitMrs. Alex West has been a victim of ed home folks Sunday and Monday. grip for the last week. IT IN THIS COLDMN. J street. R. S. BROWN. :c 1L iz 3C :c a Sterling Friday night for his regular to Smith's Business College, Lexington after a short stay with home-folkvisit to Lancaster friends. George Smith Jr., the able assistant Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at home editor of the Central Record enjoyed a a visit weeks with In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our afterMrs. W. of severalof Danville, Mr. days outing in Lexington Monday. and C. Price Miss Pansy Love, of St. Louis, will Miss Edna Gulley of Mineral Wells arrive next week to have charge of Tex., has been spending some time Miss Rella Arnold's trimming room. with Miss Kate Ham at Hyattsville. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin arrived Miss Viola Beagle enjoyed a house Tuesday from a two months visit to James in in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Mch 23rd. party at the home of MissMiss Stella her brother, Dr.W. S. Elkin of Atlanta Richmond as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hogan were called Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Cen- Hendren. to Richmond Saturday bv the death of Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for Miss Nancy Goodloe came over from their brother-in-laMr. W. T. Duer-soDanville those who buy and a buyer for those who sell at our day with and spent Saturday and Sunher Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can 0. Goodloe. parents, Mr, anl Mrs. W. Mr and Mrs George D. Robinson who have been spending some weeks in cattle. We have take care of Misses Annie May and Ellen Walker Georgia will be at home about March of Richmond will be the week-en- d the. 1st. 600 guests of their cousin Mr. Waller Miss Sallie Elkin was in Lexington Chenault Hudson. Meeting of the for the Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell Judge R. A. Burnside has so far re State Board of the Christian Womens stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. covered as to be able to be about the Missions. house and his entire recovery is but a Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton and matter of a short time. children of Stanford motored over and Mr. George Ball of Corbin, a former spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. A Lancaster, Ky. resident of Lancaster, has taken a C. Robinson. position at the carriage establishment Mrs. T. J. Price has returned after of Mr. W. J. Romans. an enjoyable stay with her sister Mrs. Joe Price came up from Atlanta last M. H. Mabry in Tallahassee. Florida. Thursday for a short visit to his While ia the Sunny South Mrs. Price parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Price. He was the recipient of much social atreturned to Atlanta Saturday. tention. s. CATTLE.SHEEP.HQG Mr. S. B. Jennings and son, Earl, M. Mount were in attended the funeral ot Mr. J. L. Danville Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cockrell at Richmond Satarday. Logan Wood. Miss Winnie Wherritt, has returned Johnnie Glenn came down from Mt- Mr. and Mrs. Lexington. Miss Lillie Jones was the attractive Miss Virginia Bourne is visiting her guest of Miss Lillie Mae Sutton, at brother Mr. Ernest Bourne and wife in McCreary, Saturday and Sunday. J. New Stock Pens 1200 Mr. Allen Dennis has returned to ?34.20 was realized from the Spelling Decatur, 111., after several months stay Match Friday night. in Lancaster. Dont forget the "Two Old ConfedeMr, and Mrs. Robert H. Ward spent rates" at School Auditorium tonight. several days last wck with Mrs, Bro. Beagle visited our School TuesWard's parents near Paint Lick. day and delivered an interesting adMr. and Mrs, J. L. Yantis entertain- dress. ed Sunday with an elaborate dinner in On account of the bad weather Mon-an- d honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Tuesday only a few country pupils Ward. were present. Messrs. W. A--. and G. M. Henderson The "Old Confederates" at School were called to Livingston by the death Auditorium TONIGHT. Admission 3G of Mr. J. L. Cockrell which occurred and 50 cts, school children 25 cts. last Thursday. It remains for a woman teacher of The Presbyterian Missionary Society Clark county to establish a record for will meet at the church Monday. March attendance at the public schools. In 2nd. Mrs John E. Stormes will con- the Forest Grove district there are duct the meeting. just 71 school children according to the Mrs James Ware of Hopkinsville last school census and Miss Couchman who has been making a stay in Florida was able to secure the enrollment of was the recent guest of her sister-in- . every one of the 71, a record for the law Mrs R. E. McRoberts. county and one which no doubt will Miss Katie Simpson was hostess at stand for years to come. In the ten weeks' Bible Study Cona Rook party Tuesday evening. Delicious refreshments added pleasure to test between the principal high schools of the state, which is being conducted the convivial participants. by the State Y. M. C, A., Cynthiana Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden, Miss Kathleen Walters and J. S. Haselden has been in the lead for four straight weeks. The final examinations at the motored to Lexington, Tuesday, for end of the contest count 50 per cent the Hardware Association. and it is of course possible that some A splendid likeness of Miss Sadie of the other schools will forge ahead in Richards, of Mt Vernon, Miss Dean's the end. The first five this week are recent attractive guest, appeared in Cynthiana, Midway, Danville, Hender Saturdays Louisville Times. son and Paducah, ranking in the order Mrs. Maurice Ashley and little named. Dr. Amon was called away Friday daughter have returned to their home in Richmond after a visit with her par- evening and could not serve as a Captain for the Spelling match but Mr. R. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sanford. L. Elkin kindly took his place, Mr. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred P. Thos Anderson served as the other Frisbie. The subject discussed was ,A Captain. Before the captains began to choose their favorite ones to spell Study of Dante's Divine Comedy.'.' Miss Daniels sang a solo and Miss Mr. Joe Haselden, of Lancaster, was Brahears pupils also sang several the guest of Miss Julia Higgins several pieces which were enjoyed very much. days last week. The Madisonian. They were Leroy House, Sheley Her-roWe had wondeied where Joe was. Jane Aldridge, Charles Bus tin and The words were Mr. Walter Hurt returned to his Duncan Haselden. home in Greensburg, Ind., Tuesday given out by Mr. B. F. Hudson and after a pleasant visit with his uncle Helen Robinson, Marie Ballard, Messrs S. C. Denny, R. T. Embry and Carl Mr. Henry Hurt and other relatives. Acton all went down on the word The many friends of Mrs. D. M. "Mesentery". Lackey will be glad to know that she has sufficiently recovered from her reHAMM A.CK cent severe illness to be able to sit up. n, Fresh Fish at W. B. Ball's. Ie FOR RENT:-Doubrooms with windows, suitable for dressmaker. Mrs. C. D. Powell. 4 Wanted Long Couch. 2t-p- Antique Sideboard and Mrs Sarah Taylor. d Shelby City. Ky. For Sale acres land near Hyattsville Ky. If not sold by March 1st, would lease to one or more parties for tobrcco or hemp. Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydon. Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Phone 4872, Lexington Exchange. 154$ Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store for renewals for papers and magazines. 3t"Pd- - Get my catalog prices. Mrs. Dollie Brown, Car Salt. bushel bag 20cts, 1 bushel bag 35c. 2 bu3hel hag 70c. 2S0 lb barrel $1.80. S. N. Davis, Lancaster, Ky One-half SWEET CLOVER The great new fertilizer and equal to alfalfa in hay and pasture- - Write for price list of seed and "Free Circular" telling how to grow it. JOHN A. SHEEHA.V pd R. D. 4. Falmouth, Ky. land-build- er Coal For Sale. We are selling coal from 12 to 1 in the yard. One cent more delivered " b v the load. Try our Red Comet coal. large block, fine free burner, free from slate or other impurities pho"e 33- H. B. Northcott. 1 Notice of Disolution. By consent in writing iul-r.i- jority of stockholders of shares of ine Joseph Mercantile Company, notice is hereby given that said corporation is dissolved and is closing out' its business, and all persons having debts or demands against the corporation .'shall present them at once for payment, and all persons owing said corporation will call and settle their acconnts. The Joseph Mercantile Company. ,By Arthur Joseph, President. This Feb 17th. 1914. The above concern will continue under the same name of the Joseph Mercantile Company as a partnership, composed of Mrs Elizabeth Joseph. Arthur Joseph and Adolph Joseph. nf the. o tral w n. Covered Pens for Cattle and feed for all. Semi-Annu- al J. N. ROSS, Prop. REMEMBER Mr. Oakley BurKe, Mrs. Burke and little son have returned to their home at Silver Creek after a visit to Mrs Burk's mother, Mrs. J. M. Sanders, Mr. Henry Moore has returned from the bedside of his mother in Welchburg Jackson county and reports her no better. Mrs. Moore is a sister of Mr. C. D. Powell of this city. A Valentine Social was held by the members of Pleasant Grove church at the home of Mr. Walter Davis, and the neat sum of $35 was realized by thfs energetic congregation. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Miller were pleased visitors at the state Capitol last Saturday. Mrs. Miller stopped over in Richmond on their return, where she remained several days, returning home yesterday. Miss Christine Sandera entertained the Junior Christian Endeavor society on Saturday evening. Dainty souve nirs of hatchets and cherries with the inviting refreshments imparted pleasure for the young set. Mrs. James Gay and children of Greensburg, Ind., will arrive this week for a few weeks visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hurt, after which she will go to Arkansas where she will join her husband, who has purchased a farm near Stultgant Ark. We notice in a Shelbyville paper where Miss Anna Vaughan Letcher had given a beautiful valentine party. Miss Letcher is a daughter of Mrs. Hattie Vaughn Letcher and is named for her aunt Miss A'ina Vaughan both of whom were popular in Lancaster in years gone by. Miss Nellie Beazley is visiting home folks. Tom Parsons and family left last week for III. Miss Mary Manuel visited her brother Corb, one day last week. Judge Ballard and wife were visiting Mr. John Boain and wife one day last week. George Hammack is visiting J. O. Reid his uncle, and S. D. Turner at Lancaster. Mrs. Mary Hammack has returned home from Paint Lick w here she has been visiting her sons W. D. and O. L. Hammack. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or For Sale. I wish to sell privately my farm containing about sixty acres of land, well watered and located 4J miles from Lancaster on Danville pike and j mile from pike near Dix river; also a six year old bay mare, works and drives well and brings good colts everv vpar. Three jersey heifers, fresh last of March or first of April ten good ewes and one buck, all young and will Iamb about March 16th. Jerry Bland, Lancaster, Ky. For Sale. My Chalmers auto nracticallv crxvl n We can serve as your Administrator,Guardian,Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, favorite 'Recipes bl 1 )f Of Bryantsville, Ky. 0 It reflects good taste and Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. Jell J(nowa posies. BY MRS. TAYLOR BURDETTE, at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. Fig or Spice Cake, Cooked In Layers. cup of jam, (blackberry) 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of butter milk, The yolks of 6 eggs, 1 tablespoon of soda (in butter milk) 1 tablespoon of ginger, 1 tablespoon of cloves, 1 tablespoon fef spice, 1 tablespoon of cinnamon, 1 tablespoon of mace. Make filling for cake using 2 cups of brown sjgar and J cup of cream and butter size of walnut, split lb of figs and put between each layer with warm filling. 1 new. In perfect mechanical condition. varnish and paint brierht and nnlUhotl just as it came from factory. Four perfectly new unused tires not even soiled. This car has never been wet and ton has never been laid back but is per- lectly clean and creasless. Reason for selling want a new Six cylinder 1914 Chalmers. J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, r.v The Garrard Bank & Trust Company cup of figs, (sliced in strips) 2 cups of raisins, 2 cups of brown sugar, THE Central Record. Public Sale 10 o'clock a. m.. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, on the premises known as the old Wade Walker farm. 3 miles from Kirksville. en the Kirks- ville and Hyattsville turnpike, the fol- We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Phone 27. To The People Who How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders how can I avoid them unless they are named? asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: lake the can of a powder in your hand and read the low-priced Anticipate. Building Tobacco Barns We have made arrangements with our mills for these special bills and can give prompt service. $1.80 We are making the special price of ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sulphate of aluminum, you have found an alum baking ponder. per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. t Lancaster Lumber & M'fg There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. Mr. John McRoberts, who has been attending State University for seve ral months, returned home last week and has taken an important position in McRoberts Drug store. John is an energetic, business j bung man and is fully capable of discharging the duties intrusted to him. The following interesting item appeared recently in a Richmond. Ind paper. Winter weather was forgotten this afternoon when Mrs. A. H. Rice opened her apartments in the Pelham to a number of her friends and entertained with a pretty bridge party. The color scheme pink and green was carried out in all the appointments. Cards were played at 7 tables. Favors were given the fortunate ones. At the close of the afternoon's festivities an elegant luncheon was served. Mrs. Hsnnah J. Poteet sustained painful injuries in a fall from her bed Wednesday morning. She lost her balance in some way when attempting to rise after taking a nap and at first it was thought her hip was broken, but it has developed that she was just painfully bruised. Mrs. Poteet is ninety years of age. Harrodsburg Herald. Mrs. Poteet is a sister of the late Dr. Wm. Huffman, and years ago she used to make frequent visits here and was called "Aunt Hannah" by all of us. She was always bright and entertaining and it is said she retains all these qualities even at her advanced age. Notice. at On Saturday March 7 1914 lowing. STOCK 3 3E flHEsg'V'lE: LOUISVILLE. KY. Hotel Henry Watterson The South'. moit popular priced, modem hotel. Absolutely fireproof; situated So the very hr art of the retail shopping distnetand near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate prices. Club Breakfast from 25e up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p. m. $ 1 .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to I a.m. Orchestral and vocal music ROOM PRICES With running water and, private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample rsorai vrith private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You an cordially invited to mala this hoteryour headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mall and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. . JONZS. Manager. YOBERT Go. yi Any person having a claim against the estate of Geo. G, Grow, deceased, will please present same, properly proven, to the undersigned at once. W. F. Champ, Admr. G. G. Grow estate. Peavine Stallion, 16 hands high, good style and.action; 1 Jack. 14 hands high. blck with i white points, has been stood four sea sons satisfactorily; 1 Jack. 14 hands, good bone and muscle, black with white points: 1 gray Jack; 1 sorrel combined horse, 1 4- - year-ol- d combined sorrel horse; 1 sorrel mare, in foal by jack; 1 black brood mare in foal by jack; 1 sorrel mare. y ears-olbroke to work and drive: 1 bay brood mare; 1 sorrel mare, 1 bay yearling filly; 2 yearling black horse mules: 1 sorrel colt. Sorrel horse 1 yearling pony; 1 Jersey cow and calf; 1 Jersey heifer;! black milch cow, will be fresh in April, fine milker: 1 Jersey cow, calf just weaned: 3 stands of bees and 8 new bee gums; 1 binder; 1 wheat drill; 1 buggy; some household and kitchen furniture. At same time and place will sell 247 ACRES OF LAND Lying on Paint Lick creek in Madi son county, about 1 mile from Cotton-bur- g with deeded road from Poosey Ridge, known as the Nathaniel Cotton farm. Said farm will be sold in three tracts of 53. 100 and 94 acres re spectively, and then as a whole, the way bringing the most money will be accepted. Terms made known on day of sale. J. A. COTTON. R. F. D. No-- 1. Lancaster. Kv. Phone Paint Lick Exchange. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. 5-d, Page 6 GERMANY SENDS GUNS TO MEXICO And With Them Sends a Squad of Blue ALPHONSE PEGOUD The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26, 1914EUGENIC WEDDINGS ONLY Will Be Solemnized By Two LexingMAYO TO CASH - Jackets. AFFAIR A NEW TURN IN THE Uncle Sam Also Has Taken Similar Drastic Action by Replacing Detail of Bluejackets on Duty at the Amer ican Consulate at Vera Cruz by a Guard of Picked Marines Under Command of a Sergeant. shipped to the German legation in Mexico City two machine guns and 40,000 rounds of ammunition. Accom- -' panying the shipment went a squad of bluejackets. The detail of bluejackets on duty at the American consulate here has been withdrawn and replaced by a guard of picked marines under the command of a sergeant. General Gustave Maas, commander of the federal forces, gave Iiis consent. Washington, Feb. 23. That the Benton case may prove to be the turning point in the attitude of the United States towaid the Mexican problem is tlio opinion expressed In many quarters here. It is now admitted even by tiigh officials, that it is Impossible to conceive of the United States government supporting such a man as General Villa in. the presidency or other high place in Mexico, and that the whole Constitutionalist cause has suffered a severe setback as a result of Villa's conduct in shooting or causing to be shot, William S. Benton, a rancher and British subject, who called on Villa to remonstrate against continued depredations on his ranch. There is no expectation discernible in official quarters that out of the Benton case will come any serious consequences for the United States. The Iolief is growing that Villa's story will bo accepted as approximately the truth and that there will be therefore no pressure brought to bear on the United States to the extent of forcing it to take drastic action in Mexico. The state department Is resting In the Benton case. The mail reports which have been forwarded by Consuls Edwards and Carothers are now awaited, and until their receipt there will be no action taken by the United States government. The state department has no information whatever concerning the two Englishmen, Lawrence and Curtis, of whom friends in El Paso say that since they went to Juarez last week they have not been seen and that they believe the two men have been executed by Villa. According to unofficial reports from the bonier, the that the men have been executed are not receiving full credence, even in El Paso. A report that Gustav Bauch, the German-America- n who when last seen was held a prisoner by Villa In Juarez, has been transferred to a prison in Chihuahua, has been forwarded to the state department by Consul Edwards. This report, however. Is based on what was told the consul by officers whom Villa left in charge in Juarez, and In view of the concealment of Benton's E'ate for three days, officials here are mot wholh convinced that the statements of Villa's subordinates can be implicitly relied upon. Unofficial re- )Krts from El Paso say that persons who saw Villa and his party entrain far the south on Fridaj declare that BiiiCh was not among those who mao the trip. Agents of Villa in Washington continue their efforts to justify the execution of Benton as In accordance with military law and the necessitif-of the case. Thej Issued a statement attacking his character and declaring that he had a reputation of a "bad man" of the border This description Is quite contrary to the testimony or vrtends and acqaintances of the dead The constitutionalist agents "Inan. here also declare that Benton was a murderer of Mexican citizens, accusing him of having shot and killed inoffensive Mexicans against whom he had grudges. "The trial and execution of Benton, a pretended British subi?ct " it is in a telegram said to have been received from Villa, "as alsolntel justified. In addition to mani crime? commited by this man undr the protection of Terrazas and Creel, he tried to assassinate me In Juarez on the lfitb inst. I managed to disarm him and still have iiis loaded revolver In my possession. As he was duly tried by a military court muitial and sentenced to death, I fail to see how the mere fact that he claimed to be a foreigner should have afforded him immunity from punishment for the most serious offences." or policy The administration's "watchful waltins" over Mexico has created a good deal of unrest in congress and debates on the subject are likely to be heard in both branches In the near future. Members of congress familiar with the International situ-ttloexpress the belief privately that Jie time is rapidly approaching when Jie administration either must Inter-ou- o or recognize Huerta. ts s d er of the German cruiser Dresden has Vera Cruz, Feb. 23. The command- , ' u .auto crash Three persons were ftally Injured at Philadelphia. In Warrants for Confederate Soldiers Enton Episcopal Rectors. titled to Kentucky Pension. Frankfort, Ky., 24. Through the Wizard of the Air Coming Federal Judge Makes a General Lexington, Ky., Feb. 24. Dean Robefforts of State Treasurer Tom Rhea Denial of Charges Against Him. Over Here to Do "Stunts." ert K. Massie, of Christ Church Catheand the generosity of John C. C. Mayo, H. C. Salmond, of the dral, and Itev. of Paint3vllle, the Confederate soldiers Church of the Good Shepard, both of Kentucky entitled to a pension payEpiscopalian, have announced that ment at this time will received their after Easter Sunday they will solempension in money, nearly $100,000 in no marriage unless the prospecnize cash, instead of being compelled to Br I "3 certive bridegroom shall present a accept an interest-bearinstate wartificate of good health from the family rant. The majority of the Confederphysician of the woman he intends to ates would have been forced to sacrimarry or from a reputable physician, fice the warrants to a claim shaver. s par- designated by the Mr. Mayo has consented to take the ents. The ministers' are acting under warrants without even a discount. j the general law of their church which While all other state warrants is: permits them to excercise their own sued at this time, as for months past, any mar discretion in solemnizing have been stamped interest bearing riage. Instead of bearing paid. Treasurer . I Rhea has made every endeavor to secure cash for the old Confederates. TWO KILLED IN RIOT When the first pension payment wa3 ymade he found that many of the old Deputy and Striker Shot In Mine in tv- soldiers had fallen into the hands of Colliers, W. Va. claim shavers, who took a large per cent off the face of the warrants. Colliers, W. Va., Feb. 24. Deputy At the last payment he secured the Sheriff Harry Lucas and James Smith, I promise of a bank to care for them. F&fr striking miner, were killed near ' ,v 1 'Hit a y IKyTa " Before the present payment became i here during a riot at the mines of the due he found that no bank could be West Virginia and Pittsburg Coal Comsecured to take them at the face value. pany, where a strike has been in proMacon, Ga.. Feb. 23. Judge Emory He then appealed to Mr. Mayo, and the gress since last September. Another Kentucky millionaire came to man was shot, but his identity ha3 not E. Speer's answer to charges under Eastern which his enemies seek to obtain his his rescue. been established. Accordirg to reports reaching here impeachment, which was filed at GIRL'S NAME from the mines, three deputy sheriffs Washington Saturday, has been reattempted to enter a house of one of leased here. The statement covers the strikers and the fighting followed, 3."i8 printed pages and denies the Written on a Bank Note, Starts a Romance. The strike has been marked by disor- charges that have been made, in general and in detail. der since its inception. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 24. One day In the spring of 1910, H. T. Baker, a young commercial traveler, who regisFAILS TO EJECT LOSS OF SEVEN LIVES tered as of New York, asked Chief Clerk Claude Brown at the Phoenix Coal Company Loses One Case; DisHotel here to change a $10 bill for DOE TO HEAVY RAINS him, and on the face of one of the bills agreement in Second. that Brown handed to Baker was "Hat-ti-e Wellsburg. W. Va., Feb. 21. t:ffortg Daisy Morris. 329 South Brook - -i-- A of the West Virginia and Pittsburg street, Louisville, Ky.." in feminine New York, Feb. 23. Alphonse Coal company to eject striking miners Unprecedented Storm Reported handwriting. the "upside down aviator," who from the company's houses at Colliers, "I'll certainly write to that girl," reis now flying in Austria, has announcW. Va., failed in two suits tried here. In Southern California. marked Baker to Brown. Brown has ed his intention to come to America The jury disagreed in one and a verreceived from Baker a note inclosing in June to demonstrate the possibilidict for the defendant was rendered an engraved invitation to his wedding ties of flying under any conditions. In the other. At Follansbee, a manuLos Angeles, Feb. 23. With the loss to Miss Morris, which is to be at the Pegoud is the man who taught aviafacturing town not far from Colliers, home of the bride'3 mother, Mrs. W. S. tors the trick of turning over in their a stuffed figure bearing the name of of seven lives and property damage of Morris in Louisville, Saturday, Feb$4,500,000, the worst storm ever reaeroplanes. Judge A. G. Dayton, of the United corded in soutnern California has ruary 28. States district court, was hanged to ended. For three days all the coun"Memories of you will always be a telegraph pole. ties south of the Tehachapi mountains associated with our future, and we PLOT TO HANG FRANK were swept by fierce rain storms. The both are real happy," wrote Baker to rainfall was from ten to twelve inches Brown. Brown, is going to be at the Common Law Widow Amends Suit. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 24. Mrs. Ellen and this flood was increased by high wedding. SAYS NEGRO WITNESS J. Edwards has filed in circuit court winds, which made the water far more DIVORCE CASES an amended petition against the Colto the city engineer's esumbia Trust company, executor of the timate, Los Angele3 was Detective Involved In Atlanta will of L. P. Ewald, a wealthy Iron least $1,000,009. Except indamaged at So Numerous That the Judge Wants' the vicinimanufacturer, asking that she be Commission to Hear Them, given a dower in the real estate and ty of Pomona, where young groves sufCharleston, W- - Va., Feb, 24. ComMurder Case. that her share of personal property fered severely, orange growers report- plaining of the large number of dl- -' he determined. Her claim U based ou ed little damage-- Ranches and small vorce cases which were presented to farms in the lowlands were inundated, him. Judge Sam D, Littlepage, of i a common law marriage. but no reliable data could be obtained Atlanta, Feb. 23. In the case of Leo circuit court, asked, a comM. Frank, under sentence of death for as to losses. mittee of the bar to ascertain, if lie j Preferred Death to Toothache. fourteen-year-olMary the murder of The flood situation about Los AnHenderson, Ky., Feb. 24. After first geles became acute early Friday night was empowered with authority to refer Phagan, the most sensational developdivorce proceedings to the commis ment came Sunday when Albert requesting all the members of the and conditions were greatlv aggravat' family to withdraw from the room, ed by a gale which reached velocities sioner. McKnight, a negro, who gave damag"Divorces are almost as numerous-ipretty eighteen-year-olSallie Haro of from thirty-eigh- t to- fifty miles an ing evidence against Frank at the Kanawha county as marriages," detrial, made affidavit that his evidence drank poison. When the members of hour. clared Judge Littlepage. "I have the room they More than 100 home were destroyed was false and that he had been used the family found her dying. She had been suffering in Los Angeles alone- - by the torrent.-tha- t some times as many as eight divorce In "a plot to hang Frank." cases in one day." McKnight is the husband of Mlne-ol- a intensely from toothache and proffered rushed through the- river and the The committee reported: that, the Arroyo Seco. As the floods in these McKnight, who cooked for the death to further suffering. waterways subsided, household good.-- judge was unauthorized to refer family, and his testimony reFrank to a commissioner. and other property, including everygarding Frank's conduct on the night Convicted Murderer Breaks Jail. following the murder of Mary Phagan Stearns, Ky., Feb. 24. In company thing from stewpans to pianos and Chorus Girt Detained.. told heavily against the defendant. with other prisoners Charles West, beds were left stranded, on sandbars. Parkersburg, W. Va., Febi 2.4.;' McKnight in his affidavit says that convicted of the murder of Homer When the members of a musical' com- -l he was induced to swear falsely by R. j Powell, and under sentence to the edy company, playing in vaudeville, ' TERSE TELEGRAMS L. Craven, who was employed by Solipenitentiary, broke jail at Whitely left here for Cincinnati, Miss Rose citor General Dorsey to get evidence city and escaped to the mountains. The constitutionality of the Illinois Cuscaden, a pretty chorus girl, but against Frank. McKnight says in his J. C. Hooley, held for the' murder 'of compensation act has been 16 years of age, was detained in. cusaffidavit: S C. Egan. refused to leave wirti other workmen's tody by the local police upon a teleupheld by the supreme" court. "Deponent says that he did not see escaping prisoners. gram from Chief of Police Kendall, of. Mr. Frank at all on April 26, and that Seven persons were injured when a Norwood, Ohio, stating the girl had passenger train on the Pennsylvania run away his evidence at the trial of Frank was from nome there, and herl Child Is Burned to' Death. the result of a plan perfected by R. L. was ditched eight miles north family desired f railroad her detention.. RelaElkins, W. Va. Feb. 24. THw three of Sharon, Pa. Craven and others to collect the retives arrived here and took the glrE son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ward offered for the arrest and con- j year-oln Harry Vanghan, a for, home. Teter of Hendricks, was burned to viction of the murderer of Mary Phadeath when their home was destroyed ' mer National league baseball star gan." Farmer Shot As He Leaves- Housn. by fire. The tot was playing upstair.s, j died suddenly at his home la CincinBarboursville, Ky.. Feb. 24- Arousand the family's first intimation of a nati of pneumonia. MAROONED ON ROCK ISLET fire came when smoke began' ijouring Lord Wimborne, one of the wealth- ed by hearing the cracking of a fire iest peers in England, is dead- - He for- that was destroying his barn, Henri" down the stairway. merly owned the celebrated Dowlais Fultz, a farmer, rushed outdoors, only Critical Plight of Sailors. Stranded and iron works In Wales. to be met with a. volley of bullets that Helpless Off Irish Coast. Special Term Called: Mayor Bosse advises- - tlirte profes- killed Fultz instantly. The members Winchester, Ky., Feb. 2.4L Judge London, Feb. 23. Eleven survivors sional men who are implicated In re- of the dead man's family are unable-tof the bark Mexico, which ran on the Benton has called a special term of g understand the reason fur- - thegarta to "skip" ports of allurements rocks off the coast of Wexford, Ireland, circuit court, to begin March 30, to the city of Evansville.of or the fire. try fifteen Breathitt county mera char? on Friday, have been on the rock islet A hurricane struck Uie Lans disof Keeragh since the afternoon of that ed with conspiracy to kill Ed' Callahaa, National Guard" Officer Found. Dead. day. They have been without food or ' noted feud leader, assassinated May trict of France and' damased the modCapt. Charleston. W. Va.. Feb. water and have had no shelter except 3 last. "Red" Tom Davidson pcobably el city exhibition huiltt5n?3 to the ex- J. Guy Ievy, a national gttard officer tent of probably $200,01)0. will be tried first. that afforded by a rough screen which who was active in the coar strike riots L. W. Henley, managing editor of they made of sails which were washed on and Cabin Creeks, was the Terre Haute Star, has beon ap- on Paint ashore. The wild seas wlilch have j Taken Back to Scene of Crime. a lonely mountainside along Coal pointed secretary of tire Indiana Reprevailed have prevented the tugs and Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2'4. Refusing i River. He was employed by a lumber lifeboats that have been in the vicin- - to talk with anyone and probablj publican state cuimitrtce. company and it is not known here Ity from reaching the marooned men. shamming insanity, Eddie Baxter, who President Wilson, attended the cel- whether he died; of exposure ur was It is feared that some of them will killed hi3 father-in-laebration on Sunday of George Washmother-in-lamurdered. not survive. In Memphis, was ington's birthday herd at the National and brother-in-laThe Mexico has been pounded to taken back to Memphis. He was cap- theater at Wasahtgtcn by the Son;; or Fine Record Established. pieces and all signs of her have dis- tured at Brandenburg, Ky. the American Revolution. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 24. Apropos of appeared. There is no doubt that the Pi of. FranJc J. Goodnow has acceptthe unmber of banking bills that have entire crew of fourteen of one of the ed the presidency of the faculty or been introduced at this session of the Babes Neck Broken. lifeboats which went to her assistance Charleston, W. Va Feb. 4. While Johns Hopkins university. Dr. ttocd-no- legislature. Colonel T. J. Smith, state have been drowned. is now- - serving as political bank commissioner, said that he felt his mother was absent, Clarence Hit-soto the president of China. certain that all the banks that have fell from a rocking chair and Villa's Story to Be Brief. Ray Pfanschmidt, accused or Jie gone into liquidation during his adDally Mall broke hi3 necfe when a cord about it London, Feb. 23. The caught on the arm of the- chair. The murder or his father and mother and ministration would pay the depositors prints the following telegram from family, has, been In full. "The English subject, cord held the child suspended in the other members of hisby Chihuahua: granted a new trial the Illinois suBenton, was put to death because he air. preme court on a writ of erro-- . Supervisors to Meet. my room and pulled out a came into Frankfort. Ky, Feb. 24. A meeting Attorney General McReynotds has Slayer of Two Acquitted. revolver to kill m. When the time of st-stsupervisors and instructors Georgetown, Ky., Feb. 24. comes the trial will be open to give After a received word that the government has been called in Louisville for April rhort deliberation, a jury acquitted has won the test suit In the eastern 6, 7 and 8. during full satisfaction to the British people. the meeting of the Wallace Sanders, who shot to deatli district of Arkansas involving title to Villa." Educational association. his wife, Ella Sanders, and her para- more than 100,000 acres of timber Kentucky The call for the meeting was issued land. mour, Moses Williams. Joseph Fels Dies Suddenly. ' At the request of Senator Kern, the by P. P. Claxton, United States comPhiladelphia, Feb. 23. Joseph Fels, secretary of war nas ordered the au- missioner of education. millionaire single tat advocate and soThree Boys and Two Girls. cial worker, is dead at his home here. Taylorsville, Ky., Feb. 24. F1y thorities in the canal zone to forward Froman Reappointed. Death was due to pneumonia. The j children, three boys and two girls, to Indianapolis at once the body of A. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 24. H. M. Frofamous philanthropist had been ill for were born to Mrs. Bertha Drury, wire E. Nessler, an electrical worker of man, of Ghent, has been reappointed years of a Spencer county farmer. The girls that city, who was accidentally killed a member of the state board of agritnly ten days. He was sixty-on-e while at work on tbo Gatun dam. eld. culture by Governor McCreary. died. g bride-to-be'j t EMORY E.'SPEER BISHOP ALERDING Sues South Bend Saloonists, Alleging They Incited a Riot. L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting- at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: at Winchester with C & O to Lexing- ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 23; 11:04 a.m. To Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fa3t train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol with fast & Atlanta. DISCLOSES MYSTERY OF REPEATED GRIME Detroit's Auto Bandits at Last Meet Match. Detroit. Mich.. Feb. 2.:. At a late hour Saturday night the careers of two brothers silk stocking auto bandits came to a sudden end with the shooting and instant killing of one and the capture and confession of the younger boy. The dead bandit was Alphonse D. Moore, aged twenty-one- . His brother Wesley, aged nineteen. locked up in the police station. One years ago they came here from Saginaw and since have been living in fashionable apartments. Saturday evening, after stealing an automobile, they successfully held up two suburban stores and gathered In nearly $200 in cash, but at the third store, a small grocery, the elder brother was shot through the head by Meyer Rapenport. Wesley was captured a few hours after the killing of his brother, and his confession includes practically all the auto bandit crimes in Detroit of the last few months, which i.ave been numerous. From hints dropped it Is thought the pair were involved in the killing of Patrolman Madden a few weeks ago. j?t"5ir!rv- IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d i J ( ( 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 Bauk I I . Official Director;- - Of 6arrard Canjtfj. d I Circuit Judge Hon. Cuiines A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Par- Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund Ben, V. Uobluon. Official Court Stenographer M!rSie Sbelby Mason. jear. d - BURGLAR'S DARING EXPLOIT Policeman Had No Terrors For This Jersey Robber. Summit, N. J- - Feb. 23. A handsome-, burglar, who carried a walking stick and conversed in charming English, subjected a local policeman and a negro chauffenr to an unpleasant experience. When a policeman tried to arrest him he covered him with a revolver, made the chauffeur of a passing car take him and the policeman for a ride, and then forced the- - chauffeur to bind the policeman to a- tree. He himself tied the chauffeur up, and they stayed tied for an hour and: a half while he was going far away. well-dresse- d - ! Connty Judge C. A.Arnold. County Attorney Gv G. Walter. Connty Clerk J. W. Hamlltou. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J. A. JoDe. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy SLerlfl (Jeorgti T. V ) t Superlntendant ol Schools Bl.'rI. MUs-Jtraai-e glrs. Hlj ! Assessor Dave Sandor.s Deputy Assessor E. B. Kay. Jailer Dave Kos Supervisor of Koads Cleveland. Treasurer J. W. Elraorn. MAGIbTK.VSX.7. J. X. White. Is;, DUE. Lo au Isou 2nd. Dist. JohnS. Helm Srd.lMst. Boura. James Coldlrou 4th. Dli. Thomps-Arao!d..Jr.ls-t. d I well-know- - - i - kit-lin- Americans Prefer Prize Fights. Panama, Feb. 23. The disgusting brutality of a bull fight yesterday afternoon brought out a protest from 200 Americans, mostly tourists, who were present at the second series of Sunday fights in the new amphitheater built for that purpose. The bulls were tame and unwilling to fight and they were brutally goaded on by the Spanish matadors. Two Killed by Train. Valparaiso, Ind.. Feb. 23. George-K- . years old. and Wilson, twenty-seve-n his wife, nineteen years old, of Boone Grove, this county were struck by a train near Boone Grove and both killed. were-instantl- COCNTY BOAJtD OK UIXTCAIIOV. DUc. K. D, McMurtr. ii'l. l'Ns. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlt. Thomas f. King. 4th. DIsi. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor I.. Davidson. City Judge J. P. frathar. City Attorney J. K. KcUaa. City CIrk, F. . Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mocat. City. Treasurer W. F. Chajup-Chiofil'oiiuu I.. K. Herron. COUNCILXES II. C. Hamlltou. Parker (Jrugory. 5am Cotton. W. 31. Ziuione. W. O. Goodloe. Dr. Asion. (. r. ' ! Five Children Perish in Flames. Ashland. Me.. Feb. 23 Five of the six children of Joseph Smart, a lumberman, were burned to death when their house at Eagle Lake was destroyed by fire. ai-vis- n, WEATHER EVERYWHERE Observations of United States weather bureaus taken at 5 p. m. yesterday follow: Temp. Weather. Cloudy 34 New York Cloudy 32 Boston Cloudy 22 Denver. Cloudy San Francisco. 50 4 Pt. Cloudy St. Paul Cloudy 16 Chicago Indianapolis... 13. Snow 20 Sleet St. Louis New Orleans.. 64 Clear Tbv undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especiaily take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elan:. Ed & N B Piice J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. FarTa J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Cadtlell. H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L; Rich. We will add other names for 25 cents, cash. County Court Days. POSTED Washington... Falr. 1 1111 44 Cloudy I n 111111 in 111 m l B$sxBSs:E3!aKEss aaa$ooaoooD$ooa &i&&sQ&sa&&&&&s& If This W0F KaHBKSSSSSSIgg!SK?SWH5tj:5 S4) Points to your LABEL your Subscription has .EXPIRED. '&SKEgE4HS&S'$ Our Clubbing Rates Will Close Shortly. Renew Your Subscription Now. oMJDosCHaofaaoo ssssgs&aEs:s'E29 Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. ;v V X The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26 1914. Page 7 IMIIMtlIHIHIM0000MMOC00M TO i Listen, Listen, Listen. T3TTX-'SJPIC1BT- Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse 1 W 11W KB OH Go where your trade is appreciat ed. A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One Gets the Dirt. You are invited to the old Reliable Shop. STANFORD STREET. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. C. A. What Cures Mi-O-- We Pay Highest Market Price. Speith. Co, Managers Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. graarej?ig7TO-y-tvBCTiti;a- A. M. BOURNE No Commission Charged. I Auctioneer. Good Service. Phone 35 Prices High; A. Lancaster, xzzsrzz2z' -- Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Quickly End Indi- Summing Up The Evidence. Healthy Hair-- No gestion. Dandruff Many Lancaster People Have Been Called Parisian Sage Makes Dry, er More Unattractive May KiTKKYK. Robert Long sold a horse to William Veterinary k Do not continue to suffer with indiAs Witnesses. gestion or djspepsia causing heartburn, ' dizziness after-dinndistress, headWeek after week has been published ache, biliousness, pain in the bowels, or the testimony of Lancaster people VTe have had fo many Inquiries lately sour and gassy stomach. Get effective kidney sufTerers backache victims-peo- ple regarding Uczpma ami other disBuv from eases, that we are glad to make our and lasting relief at once. who have endured many forms answer public. After careful investiga-1LolUS- c R. E. McRoberts today a fifty cent of kidney, bladder or urinary disorders. Liare fo"' that a simple wash t Oil of VTIntersreen, as compounJed box of Mi-- na Tablets. They quickly These witnesses have used Doan's Jn D. D. D. Prescription, can he relied and surely end stomach misery are Kidney Pills. All have given their upon. We would not make this statement to our patrons, friends and neighpleasant to take and perfectly harmless. enthusiastic approval. bors unless vie were sure of it and It's the same is one of the most dependable everywhere. 30,000 American men and although there are many Eczema remedies sold, we ourselves un- remedies for disordered stomachs. It women are publicly recommending hesitatingly recommend D. D. T heals the sore and inflamed membranes Doan's always in the home papers u.p into our store todav, Jtit to talk and is not only a digestive and antacid Isn't it a wonderful, convincing mass over me merits of this wonderful Pre- scrintion. giving prompt and effective relief, but of proof? If you are a sufferer your R. E. McRoberts. is a tonic that tones up and strengthens verdict must be "Try Doan's first." the entire digestive system then the Here's one more Lancapter rase. It. HiMiron food is properly digested and assimilat Frank Hibbard. Water St., Lancasedyou enjoy robust health. ter, Ky , says: "I had weak kidneys. Mrs. Dennie Scott remains very ill Do not delay get a box to a Their action was irregular and often with rheumatism. once. If you are not entirely satis- painful. My back pained me. It was Mr. Ernest Rail is building a six room fied with results money refunded. 1 use Doan's Kidney Pills. ' then that . dwelling on his land recently purchased. The They fixed me up in good shape. Mrs. A. S. Dean spent a part of last UIIYANTKVILLE pains left and my kidneys became week with her daughter in Jessamine. normal." Mr. Harvey Dean has been confined Mr. James Stone recently sold his Price 50 For sale by all dealers. farm of S acres located near Lexington to his room for several days. Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n price ?1C00. Mr. Sid Poor has moved to the farm New York, sole agents for the United Mr. A. S. Dean was called to the he recently purchased from Mr. James States. bedside of his brother, Mr. Wm Dean, bpeaks. Remember the name Doan's and Mr. "Billy" King was down from take no other. at Little Hickman. Miss Verna Pierce, of Bryantsville, Lancaster for a short visit last week ' lAllKSKUKi. was the guest of Miss Nettie Hunter with relatives. If you want pu re clover, timothy, Saturday night and Sunday. If you want pure clover, timothy, orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy Miss Barnet, of Hustonville. has orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy them frcm Hudson & Hughes. been visiting Miss Mary Chesnut. Mr and Mrs, J. C. Williams and them from Hudson & Hughes. Robt Speaks sold a pair of work Mr. Marshall Price of Green Co. children went to Louisville SaVirday mules to J. I. Hamilton, price $250. closed a very successful class in vocal for a few days visit to relatives. I Mr. Vick Sanders has traded his farm Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and Miss to a store owned by Mr. Lee of Judson. music at this place Saturday evening. The class will meet each Thursday Mary Nell Farlee went to Louisville Miss Kington, of Perryville, was the evening immediately after the prayer Monday where Mrs. Burgess will buy guest of Miss Mary Chesnut, Sunday. her Spring Millinery. service, with Mr. Joe Price, of Marks-bur- y ' you want pure clover, timothy, Mr. Marshal Hale returned to his ' If as leader, chard grass or blue grass seed, buy after ot and Straight Creek coal home in Oklahoma Saturday & Hughes. spending several days as the guest of them from Hudson now 13 cents per buhhel, forked and Mr. Jim Speaks has rented the Rob- iMiss Patty iielie liurke. loaded in your wagon. Mr. M. O. Kennedy has received the erts farm- - ow owned by Mr. Williams Hudson & Hughes. ' handsome new fun jral car which he of Bryantsville for the ensuing year, It is one of the most' Mr. Edwards, the teacher at Rice RHEUMATISM AND BRIGKT'S DISEASE recently bought. up to date in the neighboring counties. Academy had to "lay olf" for a few Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Relieved Of Mr. W. C, Rose was over from Lex- -' davs on account of a sprained ankle. ington for a week end visit to his and Straight Creek coal Both Afflictions By Using Rheuma. parents Air. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. He now 13 cents per bushel, forked and If you suiter from any form of Rheu- - motored over in his handsome "roadster' loaded in your wagon. Hudson & Hughes. matism, remember that RHEUMA which he has just recently purchased, goes to work quickly to remoe Ihej The many friends here of Mr. The Ladies Working Society ut the cause, not simply to relieve the dis-- 1 William Combs, were very much grieved last meeting was very delightfully entress. Many years use has demonstrat- to near ot nis death which occurred at tertained by Miss Eugenia Pollard and ed that it goes to the seat of the dis- his home in Jessamine last week. The absent He Mrs. Teleafus Pollard. ease and expels the poisonous matter was the father of Mrs. W. L. Glass. members certainly missed a treat. through the natural channels the kidMr Joe Gosney, a promising young and Straight Creek coal neys, bowels, liver and skin. now 13 cents per bushel, forked and . farmer of our town was married to "For many years I was troubled with loaded in your wagon. Miss Oaks last week. Their many Rheumatism, also with Bright's DisHudson & Hughes. friends are offering congratulations to ease of the KiJneys. I suffered awMiss Patty Belle Burke was hostess the happy pair. fully. Tried many advertised remed- at a "Rook'" party Thursday evening ies. After using your truly remarkable in honor of her guest, Mr. Marshal preparation, RHEUMA, I was fully Hale, of Oklahoma. There were three THE BEST SHOW WINDOW cured." Prof. C. J. Budlong, Sound tables and a most pleasant evening IN TOWN IS View, Conn. was spent. At the conclusion of the AN AD IN THIS PAPER RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. Mc- game delightful refreshments were Roberts, who sells it for 50 cents a served. Those who enjoyed Miss bottle. Burke's hospitality were Misses Mayme ... Ballard, Elizabeth Bryant. Bessie HUltULE Swope, Mary Chesnut and guest, Miss Miss Mattie Bourne is visiting her Marie Tarkington of Boyle, Messrs. uncle, James Reynolds and family at Billy King, Thomas Chesnut, Tevis Waynesburg. Skinner, Walter Arnold, Julian Tark- ON Harris Bros, sold the remainder of ington and Dr. Montgomery their tabacco in Danville this week at . Miss Mayme Lee Ballard entertained SATURDAY, MARCH 7th, 1914 Friday evening in honor of Mr. Marshal a good average. Hale, of Oklahoma, the guest of Miss Mrs. A. P. Sloan has been visiting at two o'clock P. M. her sister Mrs. J. C. Rankin at Marcel-lus- , Patty Belle Rurke. Progressive "Rook" To settle up the estate of D. M. was played during the evening and at LIPPS. deceased, I will oifer at Public who has been quite ill. Mrs. John Lutes and the Misses the conclusion of the game a delicious Auction, the Flour Mill and Light Lates visited Mr. and Mrs. Keene salad course was served. Those who Plant, located in Hustonville. Lincoln enjoyed the occasion were Misses Anna County, Kentucky, described as folLutes, near Danville, Sunday. Kay and Margaret Jenkins, Patty Belle lows: you want pure clover, timothy Burke, If Elizabeth Bryant, Mary Ches- The Mill is equipped with a modern orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy nut and Miss Tarkington, Messrs. Sifter System Bolter, Smith Purifier, them from Hudson & Hughes. Marshal Hale. Billy King, W. M. Beall Scourers, Richmond City Roll Kev. 1. M. Under Will fill his Thnmns flliPQnnt Tovla RUn. pointment at the Christian church here ner, Henry Sandidge, of Boyle, and Dr. and driven by an Atlas Engine and Boiler, all practically new, and with next Sunday afternoon at 2;15. .Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan a capacity' of 75 barrels per day. It Mrs. Eliza Harris and Miss Levisa Ballard. also has a first-clas- s Roller Process E. Harris were guests of Mrs. W. J. Two-stor- y Corn Mill. warehouse, Romans in Lancaster, on Friday. Head Stuffed Up? ' 32x50, and 10,000 bu. Elevator; Good A little daughter of Mr. Elzy Good-pastStock Barn, all in good condition. Hyomei Gives Instant Relief. , has been very ill with throat Light Plant has only been in service If suffering from a cold or catarrh 18 months and is also enjoying introuble, but is thought to be better. causing dull headaches or an itching creasing patronage. The electric plant M. V. Keeton sold his farm containand burning sensation in the nostrib, in solid concrete house, ing eighty seven acres to S. B. surely try Hyomei. It gives quick, ef- is installed a and is one of the best equipped light Sanders and Mike Rogers at $60 an fective and permanent relief or money acre. plant for small towns that can be refunded by R. E. McRoberts. Itgoesi bought. The mill and light plant wili Mr. and Mrs. James A. Harris are right to the spot you feel better in five be sold receiving congratulations upon the ar- rijinutes. together and then separately, and we reserve the right to accept the rival of a ten pound boy. He has been No roundabout method of stomach named James Craig. better bid. Any one looking for a real -, ,,:- - J ,o11 ...6 uicame ii. and Straight Creek Coal This health-givin- g medication goes di- - j ... . f Tf - ,M.. . . v s tvvuvvu in viic ui ) now 13 cents per bushel, forked and rectly to the (wiivt Luc inflamed membranes, all best little towns in this part of state. wagon. loaded in your irritation and congestion is quickly re- Offered with out d or reserve. Hudson & Hugies. lieved, the delicate tissues healed and TERMS Made known on day of sale. It is understood that Mrs. Mike vitalized. R. A. LIPPS, Agent. . Rogers, who had and accident to her Hybmei should be in every household. eye and lost the sight, had it removed Druggists everywhere sell it. Ask for Danville, Ky. several days ago, and is doing nicely. the complete outfit $1.00 size. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. o Mi-o-a-- , i -Semi-CannSemi-CannSemi-Cannel for $100. 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 Jiealthv, 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 dandruff disappears Rev. W. S. Taylor, Mr. John Sanders your bead feels fine the hair is pretand Mr. Forest Stapp and family were ty and perfectly healthy. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz Sunday. Smiley Hill visited Burton Stapp the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. William Whitakerwere the guests of Mrs. Roy Sanders. Mis Willie Miles Ray is visiting her grandmother Mrs. W. H. Fain, at Coy. Miss Rulah Hendren of Madison Co., lias been the guest of her sister, .Mrs. Cecil Broaddus. Mr. Arthur Joseph was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles the first of the week. The Spring School which will be taught by Miss Agnes Miles will begin next Monday. March 2nd. If you want pure clover, timothy, orchard grass or blue grass seed, buy them from Hudson & Hughes. m of B0W13ON PCL'LTEV Office at Rainey s Livery StahJ- -. Lancaster. Kenturk --- and Dentist. Sureor CCHt ijgt Bourbon Reiccdy Co. Iciiastrc, Zj a chick's throat ceres papes. A few drop la the unckins water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and otaerchtck disease One Mc lKUtle mikes trallon of medicine At all JnjERitts. Sample and booklet on Fowls" sent FltKU. down 1 lilt fillh. - flj and V. Morrow, Cr.ulu.itc h 1st t is!er (ji , :riu.. t. t ' Bevare of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury y iltstrny the sense as mrrci.rv nill .mil completely of tlir ulole systf m when vnu rinic it through the macous surface. Sue!i irt!i tes shwiM be used eeept on mer nputnlile pliysiimns. asprescriptions tin-- damage from they will 'o is ten fold to the sood J oil an from Ihem Hall's derie Catarrh Cve. manufactured by V. J Cheney 'i Co.. Toledo, o.. tontains no mercury, and is tak n internally, actinff directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou tret the genu ine. It Is taken internally and made in TModo, Oldo. by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Price 73c per bottle. Fld bv DrussisH. Pills for constipation. Take Hall's Family THE NEW Opposite Post Olht-e ' Barber Shoo Bath In Connection. Public Sale . , ; J er Semi-Cann- el ,,, :,f: by-bi- Misses Marv Kurtz, Mayme, Lucille Miss Birdie Perkins has been ill for and Helen Stapp, Billy Kurtz, Burton, Irvin and Paul Stapp were guests of several days. Mr. C. C. McClure was the guest of Miss Her Hill, Saturday. ' MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE Mr. J. E. McClure Friday. and Straight Creek coal MILLERSBURG, KY. Rev. and Mrs. Gooch spent Sunday now 13 cents per bushel, forked and Physician and Surgeon. loaded in your wagon. with relatives at Bee Lick. An Attractive Home School For Girls. Hudson & Hughes LANCASTER, KY. Miss Lillie Garner, of Cedar Creek visited friends here Saturday. Pupils are surrounded with an atmos- Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Mr. Creed Simpson who is attending Mrs. Kate Egbert has been sick with one of the business colleges in Lexing- phere of culture, wholesome fellowship ton spent the week end with his par- and safe religious environment. New a deep cold but is much improved. Office. Hours ORice over buildings combining all modern conven- Miss Kate Middleton has been a suf- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Simpson. .n toll lp.m to 4. Mtormes' Hiorc ... iences. Health record unsurpassed. ferer for several days with a deep cold. Academic ard College Entrance Cours13- - Jb Ten Good Things Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Phillips of Lexes. Music Department under skilled ington are with Mr. and Mrs. Charles There are ten good things for which artists trained in Germany, Lecture Redd. DENTIST. and Conceit Course. Domestic Science. no one has ever been sorry. i Phone ofi. Ky Mrs. R. E. Thompson and Mrs. Will ...m 'The growing popularity of the school For being good to all. Walker are improving after a slight is evidenced by the fact that a number For speaking evil of no one. illness. of pupils were turned away last sesFor hearing before judging. Mr. Hendley and Walker Napier of sion for the lack of For thinking before speaking. to accommoParis were the guest of their friends date them. For holding an angry tongue. last week. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. For being kind to the distressed. Mr. Jopp McCall, of Maretsburg lower than otner schools if like grade. For asking pardon for all wrongs. i visited his sister, Mrs. Agnes Herrin For being patient toward everybody. Send for catalog and engage a roo'a ! Kentucky Iiidk. this last week. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pn-s- . early. For stopping the ear to the Millcrbburg. Ky. i Mrs. Henry Campbell has been sick For disbelieving the most of the evil for several days but we are glad to say report. I Phone 8 to 12 a. m. Ullice Hours o is much better. lto47to9 p. n Mr. Hiatt Stigall remains about the K. Dssbj W. A. ?teel.i same. He has long been a sufferer The National Weekly from Brights disease. Doctors Of Dent2l Surgery. A beautiful sleet covers every object itoriiies Building ovn Hur: V Andc-so- n' around and reminds one that winter is i IOCice furniture Store still holding full sway. KENTUCKY Until this year , LANCASTER. Mr. Joe Broughton and James Edmis-to- n Wonderful BOOT JUICE, Will Collier's has been sold at $5.50. Now have gone to Florida to spend the Make You Peel "All MadeOver" the price is S2.50 remainder of the winter. in a Week Guaranteed. andnchave secured Messrs Leece, Harris and Bronaugh a concession hereHere's something worth knowlns, a by tve can offer it went to Mt. Vernon last Thursday to way to get more real joy and pleasura and comfort out of your life than you at a still further be examined for Post Office applicants. ever dreamed was possible the joy that reduction in conIs bound to come to every owner of a Miss Anna Bronaugh has been the sturdy, healthy, vigorous body. nection with this Wonderful ROOT JUICE is for people publication. charming guest of Mrs. Lottie Pugh at who are weak, fagged out. nervLondon for several days. Miss Kather-- i ous, sleepless, appetiteiess and the results it brings about In such Special Offer to Our Readers le Bronaugh is with her parents. cases 13 the. wonder of everjbody who Office Phone 27. Residence Phone o. Recognizing the creat demand for ColKtr'a at ever tries it. Tou never saw anything Miss Li Rene EJmiston entertained work like It In all your life. tne new price, we have made arrangements to otfer it and our own publication each one Tear Have jou lo3t ambition, energy and a number of her friends Saturday afterlor the price of CWfor'jalone. This is alimited Interest In things? Do you get nervous, LANCASTER KY. offer and must be taken advantaee of promptly. noon at a birthday party given at htr bofuddled, rattled, cress, irritable and cranky? Do you feci tired, half sick, have home in honor of her tibt birthday. headaches, get constipated, have back- - What You Get n Collier's There is certainly a great deal cf Collter't is the one bic. independent, fearless pleasure to me when I feel that I am weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the cood citizen's handbook but it is also a doing something to give joy to others. 0 macazine for the whole family. Among the things that a year's subscription eives arei So in sending a few items from this dear little city, I am sure many who 1O0O Editorials 600 News Photos have lived here will appreciate a short 2SO Short Articles 150 Short Stories even if uninteresting letter, that will 100 Illustrated Features keep them in touch with the happenings 2 Complete NotcIs ; of friends and loved ones in Crab OrCollier's . . ,$2.50) &lhfcr.dj ' chard. No grander place has ever Central Record $1.00 existed than this historic town, which has sent thousands of sufferers away well and hearty, after tasting its healing waters. And then the good i people who live here, talented people, Look At Me. Ten Days Aero I'CouId whole hearted, genial, it makes you Hardly Dras About. HOOT Wholesale prices direct to the JUICU Did j Everything for Orchard. Lawn aiiti feel nobler and better for a stay among aches, and weak or dizzy It." spells? Do you consumer. I have a full line up at night on account of them. The town has improved in the have to get Garden. weak kidneys, have bad dreams, indigesof HIGH GRADE SEEDS and last few years, so that some of you tion, belch, bloat and suffer after eating? Do you have a sort of "Don't gtve a hang" will be pleased to submit samwanderers would hardly recognize it as feeling, don't want to work feeling, Write for free Catalogue. No Age& the place of your birth, especially if things look !gloomy? ples and prices. Terms spot Brace up You don't knotv trhat you're you are eighty-eigyears old, as some missing. Life's not dull. One bottlo of cash. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. safe, wonderful KOOT of our residents are. So I send greet- anteed, money-bac- k JUICE, pure,JUICEguarROOT will ings to one and all, and promise to do have you feeling like Naturo has given Lexincton. Kenitickv W. BUSH NELSON, and new, my very best to be a news carrier for you a new bodyYou'lla see a bright, active, happy brain. difference in Lexington, Ky. Nurserymen since 1811. yourself in a week, a wonderful differthis splendid paper. All the old resi- ence. You'll feel better, brighter, strongdents are well, and some day I will er, happier than you've felt In many a mention in name all who are still living day. ROOT JUICE helps the wholo body. It lazy for the benefit of those who have been cleans our the blood, regulates thestombowels and liver, strengthens the : away for many years. ach and the kidneys, tones up the nerv' ous system. You'll eat like a wolf, ennj fcyjfs, i jjTffix joy what you eat and digest what you eat And sleep? Yes, Indeed, good, natIt has the only real continuous ural, restful, refreshing sleep and get up In the morning feeling fresh and nt door opening. Come! You're doing yourself an injusHoops made of tested steel, tice to go on feeling as you do. Give Onieklr rell6TA Tth.fi mtfm- - Rnr.Mii.. this wonderful body restorative a week to Hoops can be adjusted frcm lad. We tell tcu how. and ravbest markrt Backache, freshen you up. You're taking no chances cl. Neuralgia, money back Headache toand der front door frame. Mm pains. aeha In I oar it It fails r this time. ROOT JUICE has got to help prices. We are dealers; established liar, anr - Ttart of tha bodr in! you, it has to satisfy you, remember that, lnlSOC; andean do BETTER for you Doors made of California Red-ibt izir.j ItUti HMiiDirs ume. and you can get back your money Instantv. .ummixiwii mergcH" wood, "The Wood Eternal." cue. A.t All Jiruaaists. ly if you want it That's how good chant's. References any bank In LouFn. ismpl and areolar sent a reqoMt. The location of our factory gives us ROOT JUICE is. isville. Write for weekly price hst. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. All good druggists sell ROOT JUICE lowest freight froma mills to factory, and frcm lac342 Eatt Main St. LexlaQton. Ky, M. SABEL & SONS htttir tone to you. at a dollar a bottle and guarantee it writing us Cttfor cataiosStla and Sar mtnty by & 33 E. MuUt Sl lOWSTOlE. VI. nd prices. Yon don't have to take a barrel of it and utaierj in r una, niuts, vuut LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. wait six months for results cither. Un(Incorporated) less your case 13 a rare exception you'll CRAB ORCHARD. J. E. Seale.Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Semi-Cann- i I Ii-- t i 1 "WALa'EB rt-o- H. J. PATRiCK Dentist. 1 tale-bear- er Pamt Weak, Run Down? Here's Joyous News Collier's 9ilp I. au in Clubs First Time jA BEAZLEY run-dow- n, Funeral Director and Embalmet fi5ijlspS TP E? IS !, $ rawbsrry Plants Fruitanci Shade Trees $2.50 Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. FIELD SEED. ! ht IIHBH41 mxmMm 5Hram MAHBVTJLt j Tf?r FURS 1 ' to-d- eel wonderfully Improved in a week. MLStltlOaF. 10UISTIUE IT. Page 8 niinntn IULUW rAKAMK w i " The Central Record, Thursday Feb. 26, 1914. ITIIIT ! 1 e oecoooo uttwoa oeooooo$' v the nuphen That Brings Buuer and Seller ADVERTISING Is', Dear Doctor, PKEAUHEUSVILLB. Mr. Ben Holtzclaw has been 'indis- SHORTHORNS AS heading Is Tot tlie exclu-lvuse ol our farmer subscriber, mid Is for ihe sale of stock, gram and Midi tilings on. farm as tbe farmer cannot a.lo'd to ader-tlseNo notice will !e accepted oier four lines, and ulll be only In wo Iiie of the rfpece below thl ecokii. free of cliarp? Together. For Sale Reasonable. DISINFECTING THE cow Splendid 5 year old, full Jersey with two weeks old calf. E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick. Ky. V. A. Lear bought a pair of mules It Is always good practice where a of John F. Marsce for $465. contagious disease of any kind has for sale:-- 3 good sows and pigs. 40 gained access to the herd to disinfect barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good the entire stable. In fact, this is often imperative If It Is desired to stamp out C. H. Green, driving pony. Paint Lick, Ky. Rout 2. the disease. Disinfection is absolutely necessary where tuberculosis has 10 second hand hemp breaks for sale. gained access to the herd. Bulletin 123 Mrs. Rebecca West. of the I'eniiily.inia Suite College of Agriculture, recently published, gives J. V. Elmore a nice 4 year old mare a plau for diMiifectins the stables which is valuable for this as well as mule of Win. Donegan, for $190- for some other diseases: I wish to buy a 4 or 5 year old harFirst. Remove all manure. litter, sound. ness mare gentle to drive and loose dirt, loose, rotten boards and Phone 2CS A. scrape the Uoor clean. Second. Sweep the ceilings and For Salk Some choice seed corn, walls free from cobwebs, dust and dirt Henry Hurl, Third. Wash the feed boxes, manraed 1912. Hyattsville, Kj. gers, stanchions and partitious with hot water containing enough lye or Waxtkd 10 tons of good clover hay washing powder to cut the dirt. Scrub all these objects vigorously with a stiff delivered at Lancaster. brush , G. B. Swinebroad. Fourth. Spray the walls, ceilings H. B. Cox sold 23 shoats to Wilson and Doors with bichloride of mercury Alexander, for S cents a pound and four calves to Wesley Walker for $110. Mr. J. W. Elmore has 100 barrels of corn, baled clover and timothy hay. he wishes to sell in lots to suit the purchaser. FOi salk:-S- S acre farm located one mile north of Cartervil!ewills'll cheap if sold in the next SO days C. I. Rogers, Paint Lick. Ivy. Rout 3. Box 33. j i i rt'i. x, 9"$K'-:y?- . Green Clay Walker bought a handsome four vear old sorrel mare of 'Squire Logan Ison for $173. Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of clover hay he wants to sell. See T. W. Conn at Hjattsville Ky. Fok corn. Sale Ten bushels of good seed S. H. Estes. For Sale:-- I have some good baled timothy hay for sale. Milton Ward, R. R. 3, Lancaster Ky. It is largely a waste of. time anil labor to enlarge on the qualities of the Holflein cow as a milk producer. In the realm of milk makers she has no equal where quantity for feed consumed Is considered. As a tatter producer, too, the Holstein holds the record, although It is contended, and with forceful arguments, that she docs not produce turner fat so economically as the Jersey. Ayrshire or Guernsey. Hut as a prohtic producer of milk the Iloittcin cow takes off her blanket to no other pictures a breed. The Ilolstein cow not sit all famous, but ono that has given In one year pounds of milk containing C05 6 pounds of butter fat. Lost Duroc gilt, strayed from my i or a 5 (one place Feb 10th. Weight about 120 lbs. solution per cent carbolic acid solution (not Reward for information. crude). W. J. Gosney, Marksbury, Ky. Fifth. Flush the lloor with a satu rated solution or. iron sulphate or a Wanted to farm a first class jack. solution of elilurid" of lime (one pound Lee Gastineau. R 1, to three gallons of watcri Paint Lick Ky. Sixth. Spray inter or of feed boxes mangers. .st.,n hi.uis anil p.ir:itmMrs. J. M. Cress tif Preachersville, with the 3 per tviit soirtion of car'-has 30 single comb Brown Leghorn hens This is done for the reason tii.it for sale and a few nice cockerels. there i danger of p.ifoulnir the av mals if the liichiorii'e of mcrcuri is Straed from my place last Saturday! used for spiaj upon those structure 21st. a dark brown two year old horse which the aiiiim'N can lick with tlei' mule. Any information liberally re- tongues. The carbolic acid is absolute!. harmless if used in a 5 per cent sol i V. A. Lear. warded. , j , I posed. MILK PRODUCERS Miss Lucy Pettus visited Mr. and Your Professional Card In Mrs. R. G. Pettus. Mr. Webb Faulkner sold 4 calves to This Paper Would Increase Your From the very origin of the breed Mr. A. F. Edwards $85. Business. Shorthorns have had two qualities to Prof. J. B. Hutchins left Monday for commend them to the favorable conBarbourville to visit relatives. sideration of farmers and stockmen, Mr. J. M. Cress attended church at and it Is this dual capacity for beef and milk production that has made Crab Orchard on Sunday morning. 15. O. Cowan Mr. Clint Hoskins sold a bunch of them so popular, writes in the National Stockman. As beef proDAIRY WISDOM. calves to Mr. Dave Collett for $112. ducers they are known over the civiThe aged Mrs. Dickerson, living east lized world, but their dairy qualities, Be sure the calves have a of here in Garrard, is reported quite though excellent when properly develwarm and sunny corner in the ill. oped, are not so well recognized. barn for the winter. No young At the present day the large herds Miss Jennie B. Ray visited her thing grows well in the dark. Feed a layer from the top of mother, Mrs. Nancy Ray at Judson, that supply the city of London with milk and butter are composed quite Ky- tie silo every day to prevent largely and in some cases exclusively waste. Miss Nell Newland, of Cedar Creek, of Shorthorn cows, either pure bred or Don't attempt to cut out secvisited her sister, Mrs. W. C. Cum- high grades. To some extent this is tions of the ensilage, for it will mins. also true in New York and New Engspoil for several inches on all Master Clarence Anderson is having land. exposed sides. a bad time with a painful tumor on his The best milk record of any ShortFor the milking herd clover or neck. horn cow is that of Rose of Glenside. alfalfa hay and wheat bran and made under the auspices of the PennMr. P. B. Thompson bought oilmeal witli ensilage will make During a most satisfactory and economlb. shoats from Air. W. M. Connor at sylvania Agricultural college. a test of twelve months she produced ical ration. 7i cts. milk and 733 pounds Get a thoroughbred butter Miss Jean McKeckine has returned 1S.075 poundi of of butter, an average of two pounds of bred bull calf now. if yon have from a pleasant visit to relatives at butter per day and 49.3 pounds of none, and grow him well to beHubble. milk. gin to improve your dairy herd During the year 1912 a new butter Mr. Webb Faulkner sold 4 acres of next year land to Mr. James Dickerson for $351 record was made, and it is the best With a good dairy sire and a careful selection of heifer calves per acre. from the best cows- a man of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Pettus visited moderate moans can in a few Mr. B. D. Holtzclaw and family at j years own a herd that will com Walnut Flat. pare favorably in production A subscription term of school will with herds of pure blond. begin Monday, March 2nd, taught by Prof. Johnson. Miss Ila Pettus visited her grand- FOR SHEEP. SHEDS parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Cummin?, ' ' Buildings Should Be Made With Wide j Friday evening. j Doors to Prevent Crowding. Mr. Woodson Carpenter has gone to The Milking Shorthorn bull heie Many ewe lambs are lost in l no win- - Greensbury Iud.. wliTe he will be em-- ! shown is Bransby's Coming Star, ter through crowdim; in yards and i ,,i0,ed this summer. champion of Kngland as a pens. It is natural for sheep to crowd ThU bull was imported Mr. and Mrs. William Naylor, of together, and the. therefore require by Mr. J. J. Hill for his North Oiks farm, near St. I'aul. .Minn. Mr. room, writes a correspondent near Stanford, were visiting Mr. and plenty of Hill Is a iire-i- t admirer of the dual of the Iowa Homestead. They also Mrs. John Naylor. purpose cow and thinks the Milking need to lie kept in small apartments Mr. Barnes conducted .William Shorthorn stands tirst in this class set off trom the main sheds so that one religious services at the home of Mr. of cattle. Altogether Mr. Hill has imported twentj eight head of Milkband cannot trespass on the place of and Mrs. J. P. Arnold. ing Shorthorns. any other. Mr. Webb Faulkner sold his farm of I believe that fifty are enough to be kept in one shed, and If this 'shed Is 130 acres to Messrs. Dave Collets and ever scored by a Shorthorn cow. It twice as long as w ide and has a door Edward Hoskins fo. 5,000. was made by a cow owned by Mr. at one end and all doors at the side If ou want pure clover, timothy, Avery of New York, Rose III. In e oppo-ittl'.e feed racks everything In twelve months she produced 13.3H2 the shed will be most convenient, en- orchard glass or blue grass seed, buy pounds of milk and X51 pounds ot buttrance as well as exit being conven- them from Hudson & Hughes. ter, showing her milk to be very rich ient and safe. Pregnant ewes should Miss Mary McAlister, who was in butter fat. be kept In pens or sheds like these. The essential characteristic of Shortformerly organist at the Baptist church Sheds should be made outside of and who is considered one of the best horns is beef, but a beef breed that can convenient yards, forming ono sidu of show a herd with more thau forty the yard. The front of the sheds In- musicians in this community, is a suf- cows with mill; records ranging from side the yards should be all doors, and ferer from a most painful felon. 10.000 to 13.232 pounds is worthy of these should not open in the usual way, The brethren of Derrick Warner the careful consideration of men who but be made to slide on rollers, by lodge, No. 5G1, of Free and Accepted want cows that will pay their way as which they are hung to the front of Mason? at this place will giye a supper dairy animals aside from their ability at their lodge room on Saturday, to produce profitable beef animals. Such cows are well suited to present iks March 7th at 7 o'clock P. M. day farm conditions, and the demand &2 It is reported that Mr. John T. Rigsby for such is rapidly increasing, and the has had an attack of Western fever for men who are producing cows with the last week. No improvement noted good milking tpiallties and acceptable in condition of the patient and a fear beef form will have a profitable maris entertained that we will soon have ket for their surplus. to lose him. Friend Lawyer, TOBACCO PLANTS FOE In SALE. f 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. seaW 10-1- NP' T lelee' Sow our Gold Metal field seed and you will get the best results. Our prices are right. ! Becker. PHONE 27. nK.;J4irgTTyr "- -' Miir7ilt?TBgrlB!i'W'"-'tf"'Hr'T Co BRYAMTSVILLE. Kv. d. GO SOUTH THSS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather and outdoor enjoyment thought ol winter s discomfort. dipel all W3N7EIS TOURSSI FARES now available: via j ; Warm INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." 8 TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND LONG RETURN LI.MIT. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP - OVER PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. " &?r For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING, Passenger and ticket Agent, 10 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. 1 and Straight Creek Coal Gas Buoy Drifted Far. now 13 cents per bushel, forked and A gas liuoy broke away from its moorings In the St. Lawrence and loaded in your wagon. Hudson & Hughes, drifted for two years, covering a disSemi-Cann- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. tion. FOR SALE;-Som- e good locust posts. Jerry Bland, Lancaster, Ky. Fred Conn, Lancaster, has about 30 acres of blue grass land he wishes to rent for the year 1914. I have a good work mare for sale. sold in ten day will sell at a bargain. A. B- - Doty, If Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE:- - Fresh Jersey cow, with heifer calf. Good milker and very rich. Fred Conn, Route No 1. Dimocs for Sale On County Court Day, Feb 23, I will have some of my bred gilts and males at Ross' Stock Pens, to sell. Call and see them. B. F. Robinson. I have the Pure Bred White Orph-ingto- n eggs for sale cts. per setting. J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. 30 Conn has 20 acres of corn land and 20 acre? of grass to rent. 3 room hoae. woll watered. Either money or Fied crop rent. FOR SALE:-riage. Seventh. A whitewash applied to walls, ceilings and partitious will add to the cleanliness of the stable. To make a 5 per cent solution ot carbolic acid use oue part by weight of pure carbolic acid to twenty parts of water. Add the carbolic acid to a gal Ion of moderately warm water, stir vigorously; then add enough more warm water to make the desired amount The solution can be applied with spray pumps, sprinkling cans or with a brush. In the mixing and application of bi chloride of mercury it must be remembered that this disinfectant is extremely poisonous when taken internally not only to cattle, but also to man. The buckets, tubs, spray pumps and sprin Uling caus which have been used in applying the solution should be thoroughly scrubbed with soap and rinsed with clean water before using for any other purpose. Bichloride of mercury will corrode metal, so that it is well to use wooden utensils. The mercury solution must be used with caution about the feed boxes, manners and stanchions for fear of the cattle contracting mercuric poisoning by licking these objects. For this reason it is advisable to u"e the carbolic acid on the feed boxes and manscrs and the bichloride of mercury for the walls and ceilings. Ointment For Scratches. useful and simple ointment for scratches is made by mixing to gether two ounces of sulphur, two tea spoonfuls each of .phils of and compound tincture of benzoin and four ounce's of lard s::.s A S Alex ander. M. I) (,' Apply this two or three times a ila. to heels affected with scratches If the affected p:ut hae Ions been iuiolved and are crack ed. so that they bleed when the animal is worked poultice the parts for two jr three days with hoi llaxseed meal changing the poultices night and morn lug. .Mix a little bran in each poultice, as that will prevent the llaxseed meal from sticking to the skin as it dries On discontinuing the poultices use the scratches ointment, and If that does not suliire cleause the parts. lightJry them thoroughly and bli-tly with cerate of cantharldes This treatment removes the old. scaly, diseased surface skin, and the new, underlying skin does not crack and may be kept sound by use of the ointment until it is seen to be perfectly free from abnormal conditions. A very er It is better to grow Into the sheep business than to go Into it. and the question with most farmers should be, "How can I raise better lambs and more desirable wool per head from the flock that I now have?" This can be done by using pure bred rams of certain well known breeds. Most writers advocate raising "full bloods" and are opposed to crossbreeding, but that Is not always practical for the average farmer. Tho Illustration shows a pure bred Ryeland ram. the building. Sheds of this sort completely prevent accidents which otherwise would be happening continually through the crowding of the sheep go Ing in or out of the sheds. It will rarely be necessary to move these doors, as they may be open all the time with convenience. There may. however, be stormy weather at times: then tho sheep, the lambs especially, may need protection, when the doors may bo closed. Handles should be put on the doors with which to mote thorn The rule should always bj in all respects in the management of sheep that all accidents should be provided against, and then there will be no losses to be regretted when it is too late. Keep the Mature Sows. Good second hand W. B. Moss. car-Mr- s. Lancaster, Ky. At the business meeting Saturday, the biethren of the Baptist church vot- ed to call Rev. J. M. Rogers, of Dothan, Ga,. for pastor for this year. The call was unanimous. There were 50 votes cast and both young and old were out in goodly number; in lact the scene resembled a reunion more than an elec tion. Preachersviile The Consolidated School closed Friday. The feature for w as an the afternoon elegant spelling match in which the entire school participated. Messrs. J. M. Cress, Menefee Elmore. Cyrus John, son and B. I. Blankenship lined up with the pupils. After an excellent and in teresting "bee was over, the last named gentlemen, B. I. Blankenship and Prof. Johnson, who were the last ones left standing on their respective sidps, agreed to call it a draw on account of the lateness of the hour. Then the teachers, Profs. Johnson and Hutchins made short talks after several of the patrons had expressed their approbation of the manner in which the school had been conducted. Rev. Win. Mc C. Hutchins was also present and made a short and appropriate talk on the advantages of education. A bountiful treat of candy was distributed amongst both pupils and visitors, Several of those who are seemiiigly most interested in our school were very conspicuous for their absence. tance of 18,000 miles. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. Gentle Eyed Seal. Seals are still numerous and are disDr. liked by Labrador fishermen. Grenfell says that ne has known a seal to haunt a net so persistently that to get any fish the owner had to watch all the while at one end of it, and even then the seal would almost snap off the fisherman's hand as he raced to be first to disentangle tho salmon. Nature's Adjustment. In the case of all fish which take care of their young, a curious adaptation of natural law to circumstances is found. Those which take the greatest pains and care in sheltering their offspring have the fewest eggs, perhaps less than one hundred at a lay, while on the other hand, species of fish which pay not the slightest attention to their young produce hundreds of thousands, and even millions of eggs, at a single lay. )EN!JY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Prea't. Jmbry. Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- R. 1 Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. i a mi linn "InliBrr i i - & -' -- v Miffed J sp W PSS1 j &ps ass i p! ai For Infants and Children. 3 Kind You Have Always Boug.it Dars the ST xr .T" aa y$ r?5?1 - FRESTOEVEP A. KEN7UCI-OAU-- r wl-- rort sale:-- 2 yearling colts for sale, I or will trade for cattle. John A. Conn, Jr. Lost Red Duroc Hog, last seen on Buckeye pike near Davidson's store. Finder please notify W. R. Moss and receive reward. W. H. Miller, sold a tract of land located on the Crab Orchard pike near the Lincoln County line, last Monday at public auction t j J. I. Hamilton, for $171.50. The tract contained about 28 acres of land. J J. D. Millenj agent for the heirs of The way some farmers have of sell Ing all their largo, mature sows and keeping .voting things that have not developed from which to raise pigs is a woeful "error that hiings disaster to many an otherwise successful bretder. Look to it that the nriture sows which show large litters and prove themselves to be careful mothers, with full udders, are kept to repeat their good Breeding gilts, picked performance each year from the litters or well matured sows, become stronger with succeeding generations and are Increasingly able to farrow and bring up large litters of thrifty pigs. xnuizs cut riowers v j xr u 8 ,i3. at tr r? Jriciures cr iwcitHcav. ? All FroTr present the found ion cf t 3 Itoe Tho csljr ci,u.:4 cwLccUczs ia rzUtcaco ciStai?.fronV.-:--lntoKctUTMnfailPre.dtso't'i ' on. ry to 1. . cf Jl - .j ia eoli. . latest KentrcLy Mzp shcwirT Co'ir.i.e. tow" .r. ilroad.stiiit-ietc 1. t If tucLy Cc. . ii 'ir! compK.te:naoolthet.toli'i ties. .einp. . '? . N1i - . v , c-- i. nCiijli-ji'ro- vo:I.l. and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent For Sale. 235 acre farm located in Franklin County, Indiana, 5 miles from 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 $4n.00 per acre and we reserve timber. cash, balance on time with 6 per Can give possession at once. Terms, cent interest. If interested call on or write us. Brook-vill- e, H A RICHMOND. KY. Crari. leading to Eltmraury Inlcniedlite and Ufa Htale Cer Valid In all Public UHcajH. Special Bcboola of Kentucky. eraraes aaa Kfritv Cooraea. TotUim Free to A TwofDleadlddftr. KHorto. aev model school. Dew vaneai training onuainc raeeelKKUdfparmetofasrlc.ltare,wcnei.lrp.d DonMttoScleoce.rir.tIermbfrin.Scp. itmnaalnin. Term Jannarr txiHer. 8condTm.Korrmoer"; Jn'J open, jane ;6, Training School for Teachers n. rrth Term catalog.. April 7, Sammer J. O. CRABBK, Prrsloenl. 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