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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 5, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914030501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 5, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. af. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELlGJOh, UN1ARNISHED DEJfQCRAC AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 5, 1914. OLD FASHION CANDY PULLING. NUMBER 48. Business Change. Notice. UlMMfMiQrE'JPlTHi-i- B friii H1BL C:iBfaiiarRifraafmrBlrftiri NOW is the time to have , your Gutters Overhauled Repaired and one of our Filters Installed in order to catch the winter rains and fill your cistern with good Mr. J. WesldyWalker has purchased F. M. Tinder's Bible class will have a candy pulling at the Court House, of Mr. John Ross his one half interest Friday night, March 6th. Come Every- - in the meat shop and grocery of Ross & Whitlock, and the firm will be Whit- ody. Admission ten cents. Mr. Ross lock & Walker in future. Judge Burnside's Condition. will devote his entire attention to his Judge Burnside continues ill at his stock vards. that business having as residence on Stanford street in this sumed such large proportions as to city. He seems to have a good day necessitate him giving more time to it. and a bad on, but upon the whole it is He will also look after his farm near thought that his condition is gradually town on the Stanford pike. improving, at least his legion of friends Poor Ice Harvest In Garrard. are hoping that such may be true. Many of our exchanges tell of the harvesting of a splendid quality of ice Canard County Tobacco Crop. during the recent cold snap. There Conservative men, and those who are very little ice harvested in Garrard, in a position to know, estimate that was gathered was of inferiof Garrard county's tobacco crop for 1913 and what was five million mark. quality, only about two inches thick was close to the beThe acreage, had the conditions been and with a layer of, snow incased made the crop tween two layers of ice. The streams favorable would have far beyond that, but the drought cut were not sufficently frozen to permit or pond ice was it short. It is thought that the aver- gathering ice, and the and thickness. indifferent in quality age price realized was about 12 cents, however this is hard to arrive at, as However, the gathering of ice in this very the crop was marketed at so many county is an industry of the past, different places. The acreage this few country people lay in a supply, year will exceed that of last, and if because of the fact that the manufacconditions prove favorable, itis thought tured article is both cheaper and of a that there will be at least seven million superior quality. pounds raised in the county this year. Same Old "Sunny Bill". All Honor To Them. indicates the time to which your subscription is paid. This serves both as a receipt and an expiration notice every week. Examine the date printed after your name on the margin of this paper and see if it is correct If not, please let us know. If your time has expired remit AT ONCE. Prof. Evans' Assailant Gets 1 ine date on the label of your paper TO SAVE TIME I m- - Labor and Money and to get the full benefit of your investment in Grass Seed. USE To 5 Years In Pen. In the circuit court Mack Brock charge with an assault upon Prof. Ben Evans was found guilty and given an indeterminate sentence of from one to five years in the penitentiary. Prof. Evans was teaching school near Coy in this county when a difficulty took place between him and Brock, and later in the day Brock met the Professor in the road and struck him on the head with a rock, inflicting a very painful wound. and from which Prof. Evans was con fined to his bed for several weeks. Walter Hiatt Assists In Writing ing Story. Interest v Letters to friends here from "Billy" West in Tulsa Qkla., tell of his taking part recently in a home talent negro minstrel show, which during a two nights performance netted for its promoters theneat sum cf $1500. Many there are in Lancaster who would give a neat sum to once more see Billy as a black face artist. He is manager of the oil interests of his brother Charlie, who at present is taking out about 1500. per month, and if "things turn out right" he will in the near future, as Billy puts it. "be on the sunny side of easy street". Well we rejoice to hear of the boys doing well, and hope their fondest hopes may be realized, All kinds of but the "aft laid plans of mice and "Two Old Confederates" Prove Highly men aften gang aglea", and many oil Entertaining. men have been equally as successful Tobacco Warehouse Closes For Season. only to be "taken to cloth',, and we The "Two Old Confederates" i The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse sincerely hope this may not be the fate a large audience at the Auditorium on short notice. prized and shipped their last hogshead of our Lancaster boys. of the High School on last Thursday Tuesday and Jake Grau left for Louisnight. The old fashioned square dance Many Hoping For His Entire Recovery. ville where he will doubtless be aswith callers accompaniment was one of signed to some other point where the Mr John C.C. Mayo of Paintsville has the features of the evening, and brought j services of a first class man such as he been removed from his home to a Cin- memories of bygone days to many of undoubtedly is, is in demand for the cinnati hospital, and notwithstanding those present, and the patting of feet next few months. he continues in a delirious condition, through the audience in accompaniThis firm, Chas. Speith & Co., has his physicians assert that his condition ment to the music sounded like the purchased very close to the million The is improved and that he will recover. tramp of a regiment of soldiers. mark here this year, and their books He is suffering with acute Bright's two old gentlemen were interesting in show their purchase to have averaged disease. Kentucky has few more both song and story, and the quartette more than thirteen cents per pound-I- t magnanimous men than John C. Mayo, of colored men which they carried, will be good news to the farmers of a millionaire, he yet believes in making shared the honors equally with them. the county to know that Mr. Will his money do good to his fellowman. The two old soldiers were the recipients Speith the popular manager as well as Even since his severe illness he of much kind attention while in LanJake Grau his assistant, will return has given proofrecenthis magnanimous caster, those who wore the blue seemof here for the handling of the 1914 crop. disposition by offering to cash the ing to vie with the weaiers of the gray voucher of every Confederate pensioner in making their stay a pleasant one. Very Applicable In Lancaster. in the state without discount. This will Capt. William Herndon, and Mr. Gus An exchange gives the following involve the expenditure of something Dunn both of whom espoused the story anent the purchasing of goods like $100,000, upon which he would te- Union cause during the Civil war, and from mail order houses: -ceive no interest, and with the present Capt. A. T. Anderson, a veteran of both "A farmer who was carrying an ex- depleted condition of the state treasury, the Mexican and the Spanish-America- n press package from a city mail order no assurance of the amount expended wars, occupied seats of honor on the hcuse, was accosted by a local mer- being refunded to him in the near future, stage throughout the performance. chant: "Why didn't you buy that bill Fire Sunday Morning Damages Presbyterof goods from me? I could have saved Wants To Get Back In Mail Service. you the express and besides you would ian Church. The following appeared in "Rich's" have been patronizing a home store, pay the taxes and build up Washington notes in The Danville which helps Fire Sunday morning damaged the With characteristic Advocate Presbyterian church to the extent of this locality." "Mr. William Leslie Herndon, form several hundred dollars, and it looked "Why frankness, the farmer asked: don't you patronize your home paper erly of Lancaster, Ky is in Washing for some time as if the handsome and advertise? I read it and didn't ton, having come here for the purpose edifice was doomed to utter destruction, on his case. know you had the goods I have here, of getting a but willing hands finally succeeded in will be shown at the nor do I ever see your name in the pap- He formerly held a position in the rail subduing the flames with comparativeer inviting one to come to your store." way mail service, but believes he was ly small loss. The fire broke out just railroaded" out of the service and be about the hour for morning services, wants a full and fair hearing. Mr. just after the closing of the Sunday Mare Fish For Kentucky Streams. Herndon now resides just outside of School exercises. Smoke was discovThrough the instrumentality of Sen the city of Louisville." ator James, ten million young fish are "Les" Herndon is a son of Capt. ered coming from the basement, and to be placed in Kentucky streams dur William Herndon of this place and for upon investigation a brisk blaze was ing this year. Dix river, the best bass many years was in the U. S. Mail ser discovered in the furnace room, evistream in the state, and for that mat vice. He was severely injured in a dently originating there among a lot ter in the country, will of course come wreck on the Louisville Southern R. R., of trash which had collected. The in for a liberal share of these fish. Jbut returned to the service again. Of flames quickly mounted to the church This stream during the last year or recent years he has been conducting a properly and soon the entire structure was enveloped in smoke, and it appeariwo ii aa ueeii unusually iree xrom ine thrifty chicken farm at Crestwoodnear ed to outsiders that the structure was ravages of seiners, dynamiters and Louisville. doomed. However a line of hose was other illegal means of fishing, and if taken through the smoke and flames this protection can be continued, this Legislatures Days Nearing End. or the most Marvelous Motion Picture ever taken, stream will in the next few years come and through herculean efforts upon the The Kentucky Legislature will ad- the part of 'the fire fighters, the flames to be known as one of the best fish to produce. costing over The stream journ sine die, March 17th, St Patricks were subdued- - The vestibule and balstreams in the country. day, and until that time they will be cony were badly injured by fire, and has all the advantages and environproverbial the entire as busy as or less Everyone should see this picture as it is instruc- ments of a mountain stream, and is just about to now there the only six damaged byedifice was more was fully Up ha3 water. The loss particularly adapted to the propagation bee. measures passed both houses and gone covered by insurance. of bass and other game fish, and if the Governor for his signature betive as well as interesting. It has developed since the fire that supply which Sen. James proposes to to the fore coming laws. The Committee on the damage was not as great as was furnish is given the proper protection, Rules will take charge of all legislation at first apprehended; the vestibule and Jay Birds and Robins have arrived, it will be but a matter of a few years in the House tomorrow, Friday, and balcony, while damaged to some extent, There was but one consolation to the will again be literally but that sure harbinger of Spring, the when Dix river month of February, its brevity. there has been tall scrambling to get can be repaired at small cost, and the Blue Bird, has not yet put in his ap- alive with the gamest fish that inhabit everything in shape before that August principal damage is to the hot air pipes The Ladies of the M. E. Church will pearance. inland streams. body takes charge of matters. The which lead from the furnace and which have an exchange Saturday April 11th. Greene-Glen- n bill, the famous Insurance are of wood, these were burned. In Danville they are arresting dogs It Stop It Boys. measure has passed from the hands of has also been determined that the fire March certainly "came in like a lion" for playing on the street. Were this let us hope it will "go out like a rule made applicable in Lancaster, the At the entertainment at the Graded the law makers and is now up to the originated from these wooden conductlamb." official dog catcher would be kept busy School last week we were sorry to Governor, his attitude toward the ors becoming overheated and catching varacity, Mr. G. and Uncle Dave Ross' hostelry would notice the revival of a once popular and measure is not known, but it is the fire. When it comes to very disagreeable custom which thriv popular belief that he will give it his Hog is a close secend to Mr. G. Wash- not accommodate his prisoners. It is very fortunate that the fire oced in Lancaster, namely the greeting stamp of approval. ington. curred just when it did. for had it been Don't forget the Candy Sales which of the advent of a young couple in to a Strong hopes are entertained by its twenty minutes later, the morning serAbout the only historical day of any are being held by the young ladies in public place by cat calls, whistling and advocates that the Revenue and Taxa vices would have been in progress, and during March ia St. Patricks Mr R. S. Brown's store every Satur stamping of feet. This is no doubt tion measure will pass before the end confusion would doubtless have ensued. Day which is the 17th. day. All kinds of dainty sweets and due to thoughtlessness upon the part of of the session. Much interest centers There was no semblance of a panic, Turnip greens and Spring poets have the proceeds are divided among the the young people who take part in it. upon the proposed new form of ap the teachers and children who were in but it is to say the least of it, very ill propriation, a "budget measure" being the church were given warning and been given a decided backset, as the four churches every week. " bred. In addition to this it is a source in process of formation, which willpro-vid- e left' the church without confusion. The crops feid fair to be late this .season. When the law creating the State In of, embarrassment to those who are for the dispensing of public funds only accident that accompanied the The coal man will relate to his pro- surance Board was adopted two years subjected to it. Suppose for instance, in such a manner as to keep a complete blaze was to W. C. Pumphrey, who geny the volume of business be did ago, when opposition came entirely yon were a stranger in a strange place and accurate check npon all disbursewas endeavoring tc extinguish the during "tbe-monof February 1914." from the insurance companies and their and were to accompany a young lady ments. It is said that when this mea- flames in the furnace room and was rejjresenvauves, uie conditions were to a public place, and your arrival by sure will come before the Legislature svercome by smoke and had to be carThe "call" of the old "square dance" very different in regard to the Glen bill such an ovation as was given some it will show that the Appropriations ried from the church. as given by Col. Booker recalled the at it was opposed with equal energy by stranger) on last Thursday night, Committee has hearkened to the Rev. J. Rockwell Smith and the endays when our grand parents tripped the men who write the insurance and wonjd yon pot feel embtrrassed. Think retrenchment slora and has made an tire congregation desire to extend the light fantastic be&re the tangp, the men who contract with the com- boys before you do such things, and we effort to save money in all departments their sincere thanks to the citizens of bunny hug and and other hag were panies for inWancerupon-jthei- r proper we we you win aisconnnue sacs em and to eventually free the state from the community, and to all, who assisted thought of. ty earrassing practices. debt in extinguishing the fire.' Pure "Water. Lancaster colored men are natural fire fighters. It was iu a great measure due to their noble efforts that the Presbyterian church on last Sunday morning was not a complete sacrifice to the flames. Side by side with the white men, fighting heroically, tirelessly, covered with ice and water, never quitting until the last spark was extinguished, they fought as if their own property was at stake. Following out to the minutest detail the orders of those in authority, and in an intelligent and effective manner, they rendered every assistance in their power, and in a manner which would have done credit to a regular organized fire department. "Making The Sea Safer" is the sub ject of an interesting story in the cur rent issue of the Outlook, by Messrs Mason and Hiatt. and of one of the authors, "Rich" in his Washington letter has the following to say:- "One of the collaborators of this story, Mr. Hiatt, formerly lived at Lancaster and is well known in Central Kentucky. He has been living in New York for a number of years, where he devotes himself to newspaper and magazine woik. He has met with pro- 'i nounced success. He has been making and effort recently to get into the consular service with the hope that it will HI broaden his scope to the end that he can become a writer of novels." GRASS SEEHER Sold and Warranted by HASELDEN BROS. Wnolesale arm Rprail Hardware, mi P Lancaster, Ky. !i fajrMiiyinaMIM! iyijlPlljrScW D!1G 3G Roof Repair and Tin work LIVE AND LET LIVE." rfF DG GREAT CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. THE FAMOUS For 15 Days. PAUL J. RAINEY Men and Boys AFRICAN HUNT Lancaster Opera House Overcoats at HALF PRICE. See our line of Tuesday Night, March 10th SIX BIG REELS $250,000 What we have left is NEW and FURS UP-TO-DA- we are going to sell them regardless of cost Manyfotherjarticles that we are going to sell Call on usjwith the cash and let us show you how much we can save you. th H.T.Loean Lancaster, Kentucky. 3 -- 11111111 13 ri iW VW, ' I tiJt,i p Page 2 . The Central Record, Thursday Mch 5, 1914 SUNDAY SCHOOL, SWINE WISDOM. After a pig weighs seventy-fiv- e pounds he should gain over a pound of flesh a day. A cement trough for the hog lot is one of the greatest little improvements about the farm. It is always a good plan to feed pigs In a separate pen. A dry pen and a dry bed are essential to thrift in pigs. Statistics show that the ma- nure from each pig is worth $12 a year, l'ou see it will pay to save this manure. Don't keep the breeding sows or the growing pigs on a plank floor all winter. Give them a yard In which to exercise on the sunny side of the pig house. Hogs often have sore throat, quinsy, etc., from exposure to drafts and cold. Listen Mr Farmer BUY GOOD SEED and they will GROW Lesson X. First Quarter, For March 8, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. 35-4- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. fi ' ! ' ! ! T MftTHY iimuiiii, CLOVER No old Seed on hand. New and complete line selected from the Northern market. Hflte nivwautMr I ma Jr ijg BA auey Qaa LANCASTER, Phone 70. KENTUCKY. FLORIDA This is the Season whtn Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennis, Bathing, Riding, Driving, and all other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Offers excellent service and most attractive routes Historic-SceCommercial to that Wonderful Garden Spot of 'he World. nic Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or 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 It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. For information as to schedule!, fares and through Sleeping Car service communicate with yoar local agent or Main 1937 City 1938 ;the B. H. Todd. D. P. A, Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. Central Record. 'gEgfriliririMif'grfHJ u S7 lEmJJEgrfaEirBig iWfraflirSfiBHriL T. t;. u. Million, rres. J. Uurtis. Vice i'res. Dr. (J. a. Vaught. Sec. E. Deatherage, Treas. . I '0. m Mm Phone 100. ICC Incorporated. DIRECTORS w&rek sa Capital Stock $33,000 Co. m E. C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, T. J. Smith, Marion Coy, E. Deatherage. J. M. Haden, M. K. Ross. To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining Counties: The Madison House has just closed another successful week selling nearly 350,000 lbs., with prices from 2c to 30c. Good tobacco being scarce, but when shown demands attention and excellent prices, while the low grades have never been higher than at present. want to ask those who have tobacco left that you get it to market just as soon as you can, while prices are good. Whilewe expect a steady to strong market throughout, it is best ro sell while you know the market is good. During the last week some of the best We averages were asjollows: 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 $17. Tips frozen and damaged often keep the general average low, even for an excellent crop. Price Williams two-thirds soid 895 lbs., averaged $16.50: Haden Bros, sold 1005 lbs., averaged $17.95; RossI& sold 2770 lbs for $443.50. VanArs-dal- e You will remember th&t 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. 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, itiJBjntm Uarr. to many exceptions, especially among .uisp ' brood mares. Size and great weight te7"S0 Aperfect Remedy for Consflp ., "- are necessary in draft horses for heavy t ion . Sour StamarJt.Dlarrtm . L. Wonas,ComnkirosJereris!r farm work and on the paved streets Efcsfi of cities. There is also from 50 to ness andLoss ofSijeep. S100 difference in tho market value of lacSiimle Signamreor one weighing from 1.S00 to 2,000 pounds and another from 1,500 to 9'Ct.6 1,000. yet it by no means follows that luz, Centaur CoaAHr; the dam miibt be of great size. NEW YORK. .. There are In all the draft breeds big Pe-c-2 stallions able to give to their otTsprin; msWh msmWst from almost any mare much of their height, provided own great weight and always that the mare is of bodily conformation that will enable her safely to bear big eolts. I have in mind a Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VOft CITT. half breed 1.200 pound mare that year EMSSS533K1 after year drops colts which as yearlings are bigger than herself, the sire being a seventeen hand. 2.400 pound Shire. 3C Still, as a rule, it is safest to breed from big mares when big colts arc desired, for horse breeding is a freakish business, and it is by no means unusual to find mares that impress their 1. 17). own individuality on their colts re Having considered the interpretation, we must not lose the application gardless of what horse they are mated to our own hearts as set forth In such with, while others reproduce in their words In our lesson as loins girded, lights burning, watching, ready, doing (35. 37. 40. 42, 43). The loins girded takes us hack to Ex. xii. 11. and the 1NCORPO RATED night of the first passover and on to Eph. vi. 14; I Pet 1. 13; "loins girt TJ Per Year In Advance. VippK e C 3J about with truth:" "gird up the loins x ill j&k of your mind, be sober and hope to LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. the end for the grace that Is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ" Watching reminds us of the thrice repeated "watch" of Mark xiil, 33, 33. 37; the reproof in Gethsemane: "Could-es- t not thou watch one hour? Watch ye and pray lest ye enter into temptaWhy Not Be The Early Bird. tion" (Mark xlv. 37. 38); the praying and watching of Eph. vi, IS: Col. lv, The English Shire horse is best 2; the "Watch ye: stand fast In the fitted to the requirements of the faith" of I Cor. xvl. 13, and the watchfarmer who intends first to use both ing to see what He will say (Hab. mares and colts on the land and 11, 1). eventually, when at the right age, The word "ready" reminds us to sell the latter as city drafters, that on His part "all things are now says J. P. Ross in Farm and Fireready." but there is a fullness of "salside. If cleverness In trotting and vation ready to be revealed In the last smooth looks were leading features in what is required I should probtime" (Luke xiv. 17: I Pet i. 5). ably prefer the Percheron. but since Believers should always be ready to a quick. Arm. well balanced walk preach the gospel, ready to every good and instinctive knowledge of when work, ready to be absent from the to throw their weight into the colbody or to be caught up to meet the lar and when to ease up. how to avoid impediments, a ready comLord in the air (Bom. i, 15; Tit. iii. 1: prehension uf what 13 required of Acts xxi, 13; Bev. xix. 7; I Thess. Iv. them and a prompt carrying it out As to "doing" (verse 43). while and an almost universal good temper are wlut Is wanted for their there can be no doing on our part to class of work the Shire horse is. 1 obtain salvation (Bom. iv, 5; Eph. ii. believe, unequaled. The Shire stal8, 9), we are saved In order to good lion shown was a prize winner last works which God has prepared for us fall. to walk in. works which are good and profitable unto men when they are You will have to have them so get busy and God working In us both to will and to offspring very closely the characterisdo of His good pleasure (Eph. ii. 10; tics of the sire. These latter are the . be the first. Tit ill. 8; Phil. ii. 13). most valuable because they enable the The coming of Christ will not be to breeder to maintain witli more certain His waiting ones as a thief, for we are ty the type lie has set out to raise. not In darkness, but children of light Next to or even better than the and of the day (I Thess. v, 4, 5). We study of any model, the fitness of a are stewards of tho manifold grace of mare for breeding is to be seen in the God and of the mysteries of God. and quality of her progeny if she has been the one thing required of a steward bred and If a view of them is obtainis faithfulness (I Cor. Iv. 1. 2; I Pet able. lv, 10). All who handle the word of All four of the leading heavy horse God must be careful to give meat in breeds have their specially good points. season, babes, & due meat ns not only milk for bear but people are able to it Sleeping Quarters For Hogs. (I Cor. iii. Heb. v. John There is no season of the year in xvl. 12). 1 IX. 31 JGC 3EC We are stewards in reference to all which such careful attention should be given to cleanliness of the hog's with which our Lord h;is intrusted us. 3S2rSS2S2SSSSSSS2S3TSS re' whether talents or wealth or the gos- sleeping quarters as during the winter. "V 1? T pel, .and we must give an account or Oftentimes hogs are allowed to sleep is our stewardship. Every one of us ail winter long in sheds or other sleepshall give account of himself to God ing quarters which are not cleaned out (Bom. xiv. 12i. Thi-- j will be at the during the whole season. In order to judgment seat of ChrNt. where only keep hogs thoroughly healthy such Jtl saved ones shall be to be tried fur sleeping quarters should be cleaned their service since they became bellev out at least once a week. The shed-- i ers. We need for all our service such and houses should be carefully disin- words as these "That God in all fected after cleaning and supplied with ' things may be glorified through Jeus fresh bedding. More Christ." Xot a pleasing men. but , rovsr k :g God. who rrietli our hearts" il Pet. iv. i Sheep In the South. 11: I The-sii. 4: II Tim ii. 15) Sheep are cltwe grazers and may be &lCiHX0KKlKWMai&nX "i st:! ff As Joseph shared the throne with expected to thrive in pastures Pharaoh, so we are to 'share the rule other animals would scarcely where lind with Christ in Ills kingdom, but enough grazing for a maintenance rawhether over few or many eities will tion. Remmda grass, lespedezn. bur depend upon our faithfulness as stewclover, grass many other ards now (Bev. iii. 21: v. 10; Luke grazing resile may he and Kerosene can usually be bought for about half crop-produced In most xix. 17. 10). Joseph was ruler over all sections of the southwest for sheep the price of gasoline and Egypt: Christ shall rule over all the Silage is relished by sheep in winter, world (Ps. Ixxli. 111. and some grain should be fed with hay : There are those railed servants who or silage. are only outwardly servants, like the Pharisees. Such shall find their place Water For Hogs. with the unbelievers. However they Uogs should always have clean, pure may profess to have known Christ. lie water to drink. They should also have will say to them: "1 never knew you. good, will develop as much power on a gallon of kerosene as on clean quarters in which to sleep Depart rroui Me ye that work iniquia gallon of gasoline. should have hard floors especially ty" (Matt vii. where they are fed; otherwise they eat kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e m That there "will be different degrees filth and dirt which often is the' cause you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully of punisbmant seems evident from of sickness. developed and will do all we claim for them. Our patented rerses 47. 4S. 39-4- Text of the Lesson, Luke xii, Memory Verses, 47, 48 Golden Text, Luke xii, 37 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. The secret of deliverance from the snares of this present evil age Is the attitude of expecting the return of the Lord Jesus, according to the teaching of the epistles, "waiting for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ:" "serving the Living and True God and waiting for Ills Sou from heaven;" "looking for that blessed hope, the glorious appearing of the great God, even our Saviour Jesus Christ" (I Cor. I. 7; I Thess. 1. 9. 10: Tit. II. 13). In the gospels, as In the Old Testament, the coming of Christ is general ly. If not always. His coming In glory to set up His kingdom; His coming In vengeance upon His enemies and with redemption for Israel, as in Deut. Isa. xxxiv. 1: xxxv, 4: xxxii, lxiil. 1; Matt, xxiv, 30: xxv. 31. His coming for His church, previous to His coming In glory to Judge the nations was specially revealed to Paul, as we saw in our last lesson. The reference to the return from the wedding in verse 30 makes us think of the order of events in Itev. six, where the coming in glory with His saints follows the marriage of the Lamb: also in Matt xxv. 1. In both the Syriac and Vulgate versions, the reading is that the ten virgins went forth to meet "the bridegroom and the bride," so that the virgins cannot represent the church nor can the "all nations" of Matt. xxv. 32, include the church. The church must he seen with Him as the Bridegroom and with Him when He shall come in His glory (Matt xxv, 1. 31; Col. Ill, 4). The coining of Christ as the Son of Man is Ills coming with His saints to begin His reign of righteousness and peace on earth (Matt xxvi. C4: Dan vll. 13. 14: Isa. xxxil. '. 120 j ALCOHOL I 3 PPP r?pvi.- - The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of M Acgc(abkRtpara(ionlbrAs-simbtuigiteEbmaoiRgi- l - ragUte Sioimriis anaUJowfcof x t ; i - W1 . , . .t. . ..... THE GOOD BIG HORSE. Not Narcotic juxJataa ProraotesDigesft'onJneeifur ncss and RestXontalnsneilRa-OpiumIorphin- e nor Mineral EttyieifOttlkSWmmtWl jfanpfaSx- a- Size and Weight Count In the Collar and on the Market. That "a good big horse is better than a good little one" is an old saying which, though generally true, is open fcrtj' jtoatStti flpptnniii litturitonokijia SPS V. In vr Supr ii Use s For Over Thirty Years HiS3ffififgtHi F 3EC 31? Uhe Cbvl zva. I $1.00 lis cord. mtWSMMMMMMMMMMMSsWsMMMMSmSSftWSt msmWmsW The Early Bird Catches The Worm The first farmer sending in his copy for rv.. 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In answering the first question of the If your head is all stuffed up from a Kentucky To Two "Country Teacher", we will say if cold or catarrh, you suffer with dull your pupils are young you should select headaches and seem lacking in vitality, And One Half pictures of animal and child life, picor are constantly snuffing and cough-'Cents Per tures with an evident story. For older ycu need a remedy that will give pupils most any of the pictures by the puickest, most effective and lasting in connection with SALT EM, the medicated stock salt. Mile. good artists will do except those from relief possible something that will go medieval and early Renaissance paint right fo the spot, clear the head and We are agents for both. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad throat and end vour misery. ings which are more appropriate to You will teach test Company announces its intention to relater studies. Surely use Hyomei all druggists sell those pictures which mean the most to duce, in the immediate future, (not it. It is just a remedy, and is entirely you, therefore, I shall not suggest later than May 1, 1914) the passenger harmless and pleasant to use you what pictures you ought to teach or, sares on its lines in the State, of Ken- breathe it no stomach dosing. tucky to a maximun of 2 cents per how you ought to teach them. The antiseptic oils of Hyomei mix As to how you should begin picture mile. with the air you breathe its health-givin- g study I will say you have made a most ACTION VOLUNTARY. medication immediately reaches excellent beginning by having the picThis action on the partof Kentucky's the sore and inflamed mucous membrane tures you have named before your principal rail carrier is voluntary, and you feel better in five minutes. It is Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all pupils. How shall you interpet them? is taken in order to equalize the rates practically impossible to use Hyomei thought of winter's discomfort. has b&n said that what we get in its home State with the rates ef- and not only be relieved but permanent It from a picture is determined largely fective on or before the date mention- lv benefited. R. E. McRoberts will reby what we bring to it. I once heard ed in the States of Tennessee and fund your money if you are not satisNOW AVAILABLE VIA a girl say in looking at the Angelus, Alabama. fied. Ask for the complete outfit "I am so tired of seeing those old clod This Company adheres to its belief $1.00 size. hoppers." But to Henry Drummond it that a 3 cent fare is not wholly respoke of "The three greatest things in munerative and is not unfair to the Buena Vista Honor Roll. life, love, work and worship". Stand- public. Nevertheless, in deserence to ing before it I hear the distant bell public opinion, particularly in other 1st Grade A. calling to prayers and often pray with states, the management has decided to Hargis Congleton. Ann Deitrich, the devout peasants. I feel the hush apply the lower rate in the hope that Pearlie Graham, Edna Graham, Salone TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS. PANAMA AND of evening and in the reverent figures increased Volume of traffic will save Hamilton, Annie Lane, Agnes Ruble, "LAND OF THE SKY." the embodiment of the poor of this material losses, and pursuant to pro- - j Flossie Vanderpool, Robert York. world, rich in faith, we feel that the All mises heretofore given the people of 1st Grade, B. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LONG RETURN LIMIT. Father is bending in love above man, Kentucky it proposes to place Ken Lavania Graham, Hubert Hasty, VirATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. who stops for worship even amid his tucky on the same basis as other gil Houp, Bessie Hacker, Thomas Lane, EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. labors. Of course another way to states. Should the reduction prove Henry H. Lane, Gaven McMurtry, study it is as to the manners and cus- disastrous, the company will appeal to Elizabeth Ogg. Paul Ruble, Chester For details consult any Ticket Agent or write toms of France. Geography and his- the Railroad Commission H. C. KING. Passenger and Ticket Agent. 101 East Main St, Lexington. Ky. for such Scott, Christine Scott, Agnes Sechrest, tory can be brought into most every readjustments as will be fair under all Mattie Belle Woods, Sarah Preston, sWNsl picture. The life of the artist is also conditions. Rena Hicks. interesting. 2nd Grade. EXTENT OF TRAFFIC AFFECTED. James Brickey, Cynthia Congleton. In the picture "Lost" we see in the The reduction to be made will apply Margaret Hicks, May Houp. Delbert heart of a blinding snow storm the flock huddled together, benumbed with to all of the lines operated by the McMurtry, Maurice Mullins, Ethel Ogg, cold and fear. Near them are the two Louisville & Nashville Railroad Com- Jesse Poynter, Taylor Scott, Mary faithful dogs, one, with raised head is pany for its own account in the state Savage, Katherine Smith, Ezra Woods. 3rd Grade. trying with what little strenght is left of Kentucky, with the exception of a Estella Brown, Chas. Buckley, Ella him to rouse his master who is prostrata few branches and new lines on which before the wayside cross, deaf to all the passenger business is not now Buckley. 4th Grade. eaithly sounds. The picture tells a remunerative or is conducted at a loss. The reduction ill be made effective Goebel Brickey, Walter Congleton, story without words. No human soul can interpret to another the depths of mean on lines which now are producing over Gladys Hamilton, Oren McMurtry, of the Company's total Mattie Mayes, Roy Ogg, Sadie Ruble, ing in the words beginning, "Let not nine-tentyour heart be troubled." So it is with passenger earnings in the State of Rachel Scott, Marie Ruble, Thessa Woods. great work of art, you may ask ques- -' Kentucky; thus will affect nine-tent5th Grade. lions mar. oring out us tecnnicai quail-tie- s, of the Company's passenger business. The reduction proposed in Kentucky Adie Brown, Agnes Buckley, Katie we may know the life of the artist FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN and be told about it, but we shall not will not only apply on intrastate travel Congleton, Charlie Dietrick, Holman between points within the State, but Duncan, Mabel Mayes, Geo. Naylor. know the picture until it has spoken to All Pictures c'r Kentucky's Governors Frou the foundation ef tho tata t tie present 5th Grade. each of us directly and brought to us a will also apply on interstate traffic over tuns The calf couplets coHectica in exj.tsnca Dora Graham, Bennie Jennings. Bet-ti- e personal message too deep for words. the same lines to and from points withS .ate j. frost Washrictores rf ail Incident of t! ? Mayes, Carletta Ruble, Edwin ington to WiLon. Macs of all Nations in colors. lteery Schenck, like Landseer with his dogs, in the State and through the State; alKentucky Map snowies Coint ci.to nj.railroads.Con-Eression- al ,j--; latent makes his sheep almost human in sen- so, as similar reductions have been or Scott, Lila K. Scott, Nannie B Scott. district s. etc Latere Kentucky tuilantl coopletemapofths United butcs. u!landccm.Ieter3apofthe 7th Grade. timent. Their emotions he paints with are to be made on the principal limsof world. InthcIIistoncilKentucky is eh en tLe ilrial Lamar Congleton, Ella Hicks, Sadie statistics from the foundation ot the bune tothepre enttune. a loving touch and true to nature. travel in the States of Tennessee and Department. All JtmcUJej: All State Oiociii Alabama, the effect of interstate travel Scott, Randol ph Scott. Their natural timidity, their shelter Inartment3 of the State Government with the heads of each Department an1 the anouj force ttith their salaries. 8th Grade. seeking, their easily excited fear can on the lines of the Louisville & NashKentucky Bcx.r Is and Conrts with their staff with officers and Janie Belle Frost, Ruth Ruble Lane, salaries. all be brought out in the study of the ville Railroad Company will be to subPiWial Corrmittees and Organizations of the State. Ucted fata'es Senators. Keriucky Chief stantially establish a maximum fare of Henrietta Mayes, Hazel Ogg, Clint picture. ot the Kentucky House. Coni.reiioiuU Justice?. Districts. 2$ cents per mile from the Ohio River Ruble, A. T, Scott Jr. Ruten Naylor, Ital'md Commission rs. S. notorial LL.trit.t3. Hoffman's Christ and the Doctor's is Counties of Kentucky, uuiu made end troa KhatLuunues. William Scott, Lillian Walton. beautiful indeed and without a fault, to the Gulf of Mexico. All of the VIUl Statistics of Kcntuckr. 9th Grade. REDUCTION IN REVENUE. and this artist is one of the very few This untqtic ami valuible Atlas w free Fernar Askins, Nettie Askins, Ethyl who have given us the face of Christ Some idea of the redections to be to all EvTtrs 1'ost subscriber. If not now a st-ribcr, send 53.00 for s. fu'l which nearest corresponds to our ideal. made by the Company in its passenger Evans, Nettie Ison. Lucy Jennings, year's subscription, or 2.00 for a six Bernyce Scott, Harold Scott. But beauty alone would not hold the fares may be had when it is undermonths' .sulfcu-ptiby msiL Yours respectfully. attention of these men of wisdom, he stood that the reduction in Kentucky, Pleas nnJr-tnllias ratas ars by mill Isaac D. Hacker, has made them thoughtful of the words Tennessee, and Alabama will represent O&ljr. aad toot ihraaih carrier or aaeat. he is so earnestly speaking to them. an annual reduction in passenger re0US S7IOAL C05121NATI0H OFFER: Each face in the picture is a study by venues of about $900,000. In Kentucky Paily Erasing Pest, one year 33.00 Up the Suicides. Who Makes itself as they form a circle in which alone, the annual reduction in revenues 21.50 Kentucky CoYersor'. Wall Ciart According to Dr. Jacques Bertillon, the figure of Christ stands clothed in will amount to about $130,000 on inter- the French statistician, suicide Is com$1.00 THE CENTRAL RECORD :! S3.50 purity and radiance. Here is an op- state traffic, and about $250,000 on in- monest among liquor sellers, chimney ALL FOR portunity for the teacher to give a trastate traffic, or to a total amount of sweeps, butchers, fruiterers and mulesson that shall endure forever. about $380,000. sicians. It is frequent among "came-lots,- " r- -. it shop assistants, cutlers, hairAs we have said, no one can really ILLUSTRATIVE CHANGES IN FARES. dressers, servants, costers, lawyers, interpret a picture for another, but a The following list of existing fares doctors and druggist. It Is rare among few well directed questions will set and the proposed new fares, is illustra- the clergy, government officials and the children to looking and thinking 9HsaF3m Cj tive of the reductions which will be men leading an active, open-ai- r life. and then we venture to add, questions made: will be asked, and it means something DATE EFFECTITE OF CHANGES. for a child to ask a sensible question Bibles Always In Demand. The proposed reductions will be made even if nobody can be found to answer American presses turn out 15,000,-00- 0 as soon as the tariffs can be effective it. Bibles a year, while the English compiled and issued giving the notice presses turn out twice as many, and required by law. It is now estimated yet rarely Is there an error discovThe club had a delightful meeting that the new intrastate tariffs will be ered. Bibles are sold as low as five last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Rock- made effective about April 1st or cents per copy, and millions are diswell Smith gave a splendid paper on shortly thereafter (certainly not later tributed free. It is printed in 400 difthe "Contemporaries of Shakespeare". than May 1, 1914), and that the inter- ferent languages and dialects, about Mrs. Jessie Sweeney gave a well pre- state tariffs will be published im- 30 per cent, being in English. Its cirpared paper on "Noted Theatres", mediately thereafter to be effectivanot culation is not only the largest ol any and Mrs. Sam Haselden read a descrip- later than July 1, 1914. The great work but Is constantly increasing. tion of some of our eastern theatres. majority of interstate fares are joint Mrs. Robert Elkin asked the questions with other railroads and such cannotbe VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. on the lesson, which was the fourth compiled until the various state tariffs act of Hamlet. All of the members in the several states are compiled; the showed thoughtful study and entered interstate tariffs require the into the discussions with enthusiasm. of all connections, and as the fares in these are far more numerous, inThe children are showing a great in- volving many thousands of figures terest fn the story hour as manifested which have to be calculated, there is year The Central Record-on- e & Mrs. Walter Vincent, by their attention and attendance. naturally some delay. The legal notice &) year of Pleasant Hill, N. C, T(g The Weekly Enquirer-on- e Miss Letty Mae McRoberts told the required in connection with interstate qJi writes: "For three sum- JSj year beautiful story of Narcissus to Miss fares is 20 days. Farm News, monthly-on- e .25 merS( j suifered from pW Smith's room last Thursday and Mrs. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAIL- V year Woman's World, monthly-on- e I .35 J nervousness, dreadful Kauffman will entertain the children ROAD COMPANY, pains in my back and year Poultry Success, monthly-on- e .50 of Miss Deans room this evening. By W. A. Russell, sides, and weak sinking I one year Paisenger Traffic Manager, Farm and Fireside, .50 spells. Three bottles of ij $l The members are again asked to bring Cardui, the woman's magazines they have read to exchange (9j tonic, relieved me entire- - 'S' Regular value FAULTY DIGESTION for magazines they do not take, after yw, ly. 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It will do the same for you, if given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for Jta use cannot harm you, and should surely do you E-good. 72 years. fi Subscribe Now- - - To-da- y. You must act quickly as our agreement with limited. Call or mail all orders direct to the publisher is ay to-d- Mi-o-- The Central Record i V"s " jt i i ,y.v'!T t Page 4 The Central Record R. P. Ison Sells Farm. The Central Record, Thursday Mch 5, 1914. Circuit Court. - Beginning March 21st the Circle Girls each Saturday Mr. R. P. Ison has sold his farm of and an exchange Saturday before incorporated. 46 acres to W. O. Wearren for $70, Easter. $1.00 a year. per acre. The farm is situated on the Issued Weekly. Buckeye pike a few miles from LanIn Circuit Court. caster, Mr. Ison; we are sorry to J. E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. Riley Davis accused of 'shooting J. learn will move to Wilmore. H. Walker in the Buckeye section of R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. fined $200. Don't miss the great the county waspress the court is about Ky. Entered at the Tost Office in As we go to Mull Matter. as Second-Claspicture "In the midst of the entering upon the trial of Robert L. Member Kentucky Press Association Jungle", at Opera House, Barker charged with the killing of John Eason near Mt Hebron. and will have a candy sale s Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March Monday March 16. February has gone and with its waning there arose a sigh of relief from Rates For Political Announcements everybody, and the wish was freely voiced that we might never see another For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 February so utterly bad as the recently or County Offices 15.00 departed. It fully demonstrated the For State and District Offices weath.10 veracity of the ground hog as a For Calls, per line for beginning with the 10 er prophet, For Cards, per line second day of the month, we scarcely For all publications in the intersaw a good day during the entire individuals or expresest of month, and the majority of them were sion of individual views, per 10 exceedingly bad. 10-00 5, 1914. And May We Never See Another Such. line Ohituaries. Der line 05 A Sad Death. Maurice, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Hudson of Danville, died in Louisville last Thursday and His was buried in Danville Saturday. health began to fail about a year ago and his fond parents placed him in a sanatorium in Louisville hoping that the ravages of the dread desease might be stayed. All that loving hands and medical skill could do was done but all of no avail. He was only nineteen, but had united with the Christian Church several years ago and those who knew him tell us that death had no terrors for him and that he spoke of his going away without fear, having implicit confidence in Rnble. his Saviour. Both Mr. and Mrs. HudrTtw. Ttirlrrn nlnnJ U.. rftwnon i.nnn son have friends and relatives in Lan Mr. Charles Ruble died at his home rapidly growing evil of cigaiette smok-caster who are grieved to know of their Wilmore in Jessamine county on ing among the youth of the country; he loss and who extend to them their last Saturday and his remains were quoted instances and statistics in sympathy. in the cemetery at Mt Olivet port of his remarks, which served to in this county on the following Sunday, show that the records of many of the Bryan Dyehouse Dies As The Result Of He is survived by his wife, who before minor penal institutions, such as the her marriage was a Miss Dickerson of schools of reform and houses of cor-thKnifewounds At The Hands Ot county, and by three daughters and rection, showed that a great majority Richard Spivey A Month Ago. four sons. The deceased was a member of the young criminals who were sent large and influential family of to them were confirmed cigarette Bryan Dyehojse died at the home of of the Rublej of the Buena Vista section, be- - smokers, and that in their opinion the Mr. Thomas Doolin on the Mt Hebron Jerome and j smoking of these "coffin nails'' were Dyehouse ing a brother of Messrs pike on last Sunday night, George Ruble Until a fewyears ago he their initial steps in crime. death was due to wounds inflicted on in that vicinity, but removed to Judge Hardin also gave rigid instruchim by Richard Spivey in a difficulty resided Wilmore. He was an upright, honor- tion as to the sale of cocaine, morphine, between the two men on the night of good citizen, and opium, and such drugs as were calBoth men had been to able gentleman and a Feb. 1st. his loss will be a material one in this culated to lower the moral standard of Bryantsville and had secured whisky county, as well as in his home. those who were addicted to their use, and both are said to have been more or and pointed to the fact that the sale of less under its influence when the difFall From Platform Painfully Hurt. these drugs was a rapidly growing evil, ficulty occurred. Dyehouse was taken While assisting in moving some metal and urged that the grand jury inquire to the home of Mr. Doolin, the trouble having taken place immediately in roofing at the freight depot yesterday diligently in to whether or not they front of his place, where he lingered afternoon, Mr. Bert Soper lost his were being sold illicitly in Garrard exactly one month from the time his balance and fell from the platform to county. Another matter that came in for a injury was received. The deceased was ths ground a distance of six or seven rigid instruction from His Honor was a mere boy. only eighteen years of age. feet, and was painfully injured. He and was1 unmarried. Spivey is about received a bad scalp wound, a badly the giving away of the secrets of the twenty three years of age and has a lacerated ear and a bruised shoulder grand jury chamber; the seeking of the wife and two children. He is in jail and was carried unconscious to his shifting of responsibility from the shoulders of one to the other, this and the present grand jury will doubt home near the depat give its attention to his case. Kinnaird was called and dressed practice he condemned as the basest of Dr. less The streets and sidewalks were in the wounds and reports him doing traitorism, pointing to the penalty for splendid condition for skating last Danville Yisited By Disastrous Fire nicely this morning. Mr. Soper is the such offense, and urging that what week and the younger generation took accomodating freight agent at the L & transpired in the grand jury room Property Loss Estimated At One advantage of the condition and enjoyed N depot and his friends are hopeful for might be kept inviolate in the breasts of the members of that body. to the uttermost, It is indeed a cold it his speedy recovery. Hundred Thousand Dollars. The Instructions ef Judge Hardin imday when the boy is deprived of his fun. pressed forcibly upon the minds of his midnight last Sunday night fire At Our Honor Roll. hearers the fact that he was making a New Assistant Postmaster At Hyatlsville. was discovered in the the elevator Each tap of the drum brings new deep study ot criminology, a one im of the Gilcher House in Danville, Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders at shaft recruits to the Record Honor Roll. portant feature of the work with which Hyattsville are rejoicing over the ar and almost immediately following the Following have enlisted since our last he has to do, and that he was studying discovery, the roof of the structure rival of a son and heir, their first. The issue. crime with a view of lessening as well was a mass of flames. The clerKS on youngster arrived Monday and weighed G. C. McQuerry, as punishing it, and that his studies inCurtis Fathergill, Both Mrs. Sanders and duty hastily notified the guests in the J. C. Ballard, 8J pounds. R. L. Underwood, cluded the lesser as well as the graver house, and all succeeded in escaping to the baby are doing nicely. H. D. Johnson Sr, crimes, resulting in the conclusion that T. M. Howard, safety, though many of them had time G. W. Hammack. crime was progressive in its character, Harve Robinson, only to don scant wearing apparel. Home Again. H. B. Cox. and that by seeking to check it in its Mrs. Frank Austin, Mrs. Delia Bogle was rescued from one Dan East, mcipiency, its minor stages, that a D. M. Carter, Louis Faulkner, Manager of the Lan of the burning rooms by Coach O'Brien, Harrison Ray. great many of the greater crimes could Mrs. M. I. Mosher, caster Dry Cleaning Co., and a very but lost her jewels, clothing and other L. Cobb, be avoided. much respeced colored man, is at Clark, valuables. Such headway had the fire J. T. J. B. Parks, Mrs. P. J. Bogie, home again after undergoing treatment gathered before Judge Emmett Purypar was on hand its discovery, Dock Simpson, promptly, ready to look after the infor his eyes in the Good Samaritan was impossible to subdue the that it James Prather, flames Mrs. A. B. Lawson, terests of the Commonwealth, as was hospital at Lexington. D. C. Sanders, He is very and the entire building was consumed, Frank Land, Green Clay Walker, the recently electSanders, much improved. taking heroic work upon the part of Allie S. Johnson, it Mrs. J. J. H. Boner, j ed County Aetorney, who in his deal fire department to save Fox's livery Appreciated Call. B. G. Mullins, ings with the offenders before this, his James Croucher, stable and other adjacent property. W. J. Kinnaird, initial court, showed an aptitude that Mrs. M. S, Routt, Our good friend, Mr. W. T. Watson Mrs. Emmallne Gilcher owned the W. M. Sherrow would have done credit to one who had paid us a pleasant call last Tuesday burned hotel building, and her loss is Harvey Jennings, morning and a very agreeable one it placed at $45,000 with only $20,000 in- Mrs. John A. Sanders, Lewis Murphy, seen years of experience in the proG. B. Sutton. secution of criminals. Old reliable. was indeed. Mr. Watson has been surance; T. O. Miller, clothing and G. W. Thompson, A. B. Brown Jr, "Keg" Mason was smiling behind the quite sick since last fall and this was gents furnishing goods, loss $18,000 R. K. Swope, Martin Brogle. clerk's desk, with Miss Sue Shelby his first visit tu town since last Octo- insurance $10,000; Cook & Cable, Res- O. T. Layton. Mason as his efficient deputy. ber. His many friends will be glad to taurant and confectionary, loss $6,000, Sheriff know that ne has recovered sufficiently insurance $3,000; M. Joseph & Co, Young Democrats Are Hosts At A Big Curt A. Robinson introduced Messrs.. Tommie Ballard, Davis Sutton and to be out again. clothing etc, loss $9,000, insurance Banquet At Capitol Hotel In FrankMiller Davis as his deputies, while $3,500; Geary's meat store, loss cover From An interested Teacher. fort Last Friday. Many Lancaster Friends Extend Sympathy. ed by insurance; Richardson's Uncle David Ross was "at home" to barber his many friends in his old position as Dear Mr. Elkin; Many friends in Lancaster will sym- shop, loss $1,000, insurance $400 and The Young Mens Democratic Club of I am not enclosing a dollar because I j damage to Fox livery stable to the ex Kentucky were hosts at a splendid ban- - jailer. pathize with Mr. J. G. Carlton, the The Juries empaneled are as f ol- am never in debt to the Record, being, popular "blockmau", or superintendent tent of about $400 fully covered by auet at the Capitol hotel in Frankfort io ws:- tuo much afraid of misMiig an issue, j for the International Harvesting Ma- insurance. Moore Bros, who have but on last Friday night. Around the festal Graud Jury. every one of uhich 1 think is worth one") chine Co. in this district, upon the recently taken charge of the establish- board was gathered 300 representative do.l.r. 1 nju especially tils Wutnaiis ment, taking over the lease of the democrats from all over the stote, and W. M. McKechuic, W. R. Tudor. death of his wife, which occurred in Coiuirm aiid am iihvais disappointed if Messr3 Lowell, have not figured un among the number was Congressman Milton Dean. S. H. Estes. Stanford lHst week. y.u do no liuvo o .e. 'liie one last, their loss as yet. but it will be heavy. Stanley, Governor McJieaiy, Ex iv. v. xjuaiu, iviuiuii .uiiv. Vi''K in iiciuica u.aue a deep linjires- Chester Pitch Appelated To Gocd PosiJicr. It was thought at one time because Governor Beckham ami Hon. Dave II. B Cox, John Al. BrumJdus. sioii on me. 1 agree wuh toe writer of the nigh ina, that the local depart- - Smith, candidates for United. States Chester Fitch, . ho formerly lesided W. R. Kelly, J. V. Ham. ot tiiiit iirtioe Alien the sajs that meat would not bs able to control the Senator. in Laucaster, but who now livs in teachers s.iouid place pictures beioie flames, and that the entire business A. B. Brown. A genuine old fashioned Democratic E. E Stiidge, Nicholasville, upon the recommendapart ol the city was in danger, and love feast was held, and there was a Foreman. their pupns and 1 think the Woiimds tion of Senator James, has been ap- help was asl:ed of Lexington, Club would be doing a gieat work if but after lot of good speech making interspersed Petit Juiy. pointed to a position in the Census they would write several articles on an engine was loaded on a special train with the viands, both of which came in Wm. Hurt, James Dal ton. Bureau. Chester will be what is known that subject. I would like ro know-jus- t it was found it would not be necessary for equal enjoyment. After the ban-- , as a "field man". His Lancaster John Prewitt. H. K. Herndon, I what pictures are best adapted to and the order was cancelled. quet officers and committees for the friends are glad to hear of his good John Davis. While nothing has as vet bten done organization were selected for the en- - W. J. Gosney. the school room. I also hear of pic luck. tures being interpreted to children. toward the rebuilding of the burned suing year. N. K. Bogie. J. H. Smith, Now I have the Angelus, by Millet, district, the progressive citizens and John M. Farra of Lancaster was J. T. Pope, B. Ramsey. Walker-RaLost, by Schenck and Christ and Docbusiness men of Danville are already selected for a place on the Executive T. L. Slavin, Sim Clark. Miss Annie Walker and Homer B. getting togeiner ana attempting to Committee, while J. E. Robinson was tors, by Hoffman. How shall I begin Bertram Spratt. Ray were married at the home of Rev. formulate a plan for the erection of a chosen as District Chairman for the Dock Simpson, picture study and how do vou interpet S. D. Cochran, J. A. Dudderar. Beagle, that gentleman officiating, on new and commodious "Gilcher House" eighth district. the pictures I have named? Again thanking you for your most excellent last Saturday afternoon. The bride is on the site of the old one. The fire I. F. Naylor, J. K. Sutton. Card Of Thanks. 22 years of age and is the daughter of places Danville practically without paper I will sign myself James Clark. Alex West, Country Teacher. Mrs. Mary Walker and is a very at- hotel accommodations, a state of case To the many kind friends and neigh- Henry Wallace, Cronley Broadus. tractive young lady. The groom is 24, which we are satisfied our good neigh- bors who rendered me so many kind- Henly Bastin, We have turned the above letter W. W. West. the son of Mrs. B. Ray, and is the ac- bors will not allow to exist for any nesses during the illness and after the There is but one murder case on the over to the Womans Club reporter to commodating and efficient substitute length of time, and it is safe to say death of my dear mother, and for the docket, that of Barker for the killing answer. We appreciate all the kind rural mail carrier on the routes out of that in the very near future there will many expressions of loving sympathy, of Eason in the" Alt. Hebron neighbor- words said and written to us and hope Lancaster. be erected in Danville a hotel worthy I wish to express my heartfelt thanks, hood, and that is set for this week. to prove not only entertaining but The Record joins heartily with their of the town, and that several handsome and to assure them that they were sin There are 100 old equity cases, 10 equity helpful to our readers. many friends in congratulations to the store rooms will also replace the ones cerely appreciated. appearances, 50 old common law ctses See Woman's Column, third page, V young people. razed by the fire. Robert. R. Fox. and 23 common law appearencea.. tor.answerto above. . Are you a christian? Do not answer this in the affirmative if youronlyclaim to Christianity lies in the tact that you are a church member and attend divine "By service at least once a week, their acts ye shall know them", and there was never better opportunity for those acts by which you may be recognized than right now. The winter has been a hard one, the latter part of if unusually severe, and in addition to this, both provisions and fuel are unusually high. You perhaps have not realized this, warmly clad, well fed and comfortably ensconced in front of a large comfortable fire, but there are others perhaps within call of you, who are by no means so comfortable. Have you investigated to see if any such conditions existed near you? Have you in the midst of your comfortable surroundings during this trying winter given one thought to the comfort of your fellowman? Have you contributed one penny toward relieving the needy, poor, sick and distressed? You say you have not heard of such conditions, "the poor we have with us always", and during such strenuous times as we have experienced during the last month, there is always misery Lancasand suffering to be relieved. ter has no charity organization, no organized body to whom those in penury and want may apply for succor in their extremities. Therefore it is the christian duty of every citizen of the town to put themselves to some trouble to see that those within our gates are comfortably cared for, are beyond the Have you done this, pale of want. have you in any way contributed to the relief of your less fortunate neighbors during the times when assistance is most needed and most acceptable. Until you have done these things, you cannot consistently answer the above question in the affirmative. I I at sup-interr- ed is I ; j ' , ' y. The March term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened on last- Monday with Judge Chas. A. Hardin presiding, and the Judge was greeted with that usual cordiality which is accorded him by his host of friends and admirers in Garrard county, and his unusually able and strenuous instructions to the grand jury but served to enhance that good opinion in the minds of the law abiJing citizens of the county. The charge was an unusualy strong one, dwelling upon and placing parti Probably Another New Residence For the various crimes, cular stress upon the fact that the grand jury should give due heed to the Lancaster. public sentiment, the sentiment of the Mr. Ben Cormney has purchased of law abiding citizens of the county. Mr. George Spoonamore a handsome which is ever for the upholding of the lot on the Crab Orchard streetfor$600. law and the punishing of criminals; Ben is a "newly wed", and the purparticularly should this sentiment be chase of this lot probably indicates regarded in the matter of the graver in Lancasanother new dwelling house crimes, such as homicide. He said that ter with the coming of the springtime. there was a tendency in the minds of a Logan Wood's Appointment Confirmed. great many people to severely condemn the lesser evils, such as crap shooting, The appointment of Logan Wood, the illicit sale of liquor, chicken steal whose name was sent to the Senate ing etc., while the graver offenses, some time since to be postmaster at such as homicide, perjury etc, were of Danville, was confirmed on last Mon- tentimes condoned. He said that the day. Mr. Wood will doubtless take his finished criminal usually ascended the office within the next thirty days, suc- ladder of crime gradually, beginning ceeding Mr. E. B. Linney, who has with the lesser crime, which if allowed recently rounded out his sixteenth year i Tn fWk linntimehiirl tiTS1.lrt ai.im .n nn. tu u uiiMuuiaiicU nuuiu advc lu ciiiin that office. bolden him, and his next offense would be of a graver nature, until the ultimate Two Members Of City Council 111. outcome would be the taking of human Mr. W. M. Zanone, a member of the nie. wnere as, u tne initial crime city council, is confined to his room were promptly and severely punished, with rheumatism. Mr. W. O. Goodloe, it might serve to end the criminal also a member of the council, is suffer- career ot the prisoner and have a ing with a severe cold and is confined tendency to make a useful citizen of to his room. Because of the illness of him in future. He urged the body of these gentlemen, there was not a whom these remarks were addressed to quorum present at the regular monthly ferret out the smaller offenses and meeting of the council on last Monday thereby perhaps save some future body night. from having to look into crimes of a more serious nature. --, fl MmmmmMiWiMMM iDl(ixMx(i? H:' I j & 1 &- - Glen Lily FLOUR. o N 2l rox. Mrs. Sallie Rout Fox died at her I home near Marksbury at 7 o'clock last M Friday evening, February 27th, and her death removes one of Garrard county's Because the Wheat is first screened, most lovable characters and highly then washed and scoured. respected women. Born in Garrard on the 22nd day of February 1857. she has spent her days near the spot upon which she was born. She was descendBecause everything impure is removed ed from two of the best old families in by our new process of cleaning. the northwestern part of the county, her father the late Robert L. Rout, was one of the leading farmers of that section of the county, while her mother, Because under high Vaciuum pressure 7oro1rla Wost T?nnt wna fl sictpr nf trip to extract all dust and dirt under which late John K. West, who was cne of the j E; the Wheat does, renders it so. leading educators of the county in his IE day, and served as superintendent of schools in the county during his life Because everything is separated from time. the pure nutritious part of the Wheat Mrs. Fox has been under the hand of Kernel. affliction for the last 18 months.but she bore her burden with that forbearance After expending several hundred dollars and months of and fortitude which was one of the hard work, we now announce with pride the above results- leading characteristics of her life, not R TRY A SACK. even those immediately around her, or her most intimate friends knowing of her bodily anguish. Early in life .Mrs. i'ni Fox united with the Methodist church, WMmim frflrai iQMsifgmsussB i and her membership in that church was maintained throughout her life, though she believed in and practised fellowship with christians of all denominations. Funeral services were conducted at the B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. cemetery on last Sunday, Rev. Mahan r. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., of the "Fork" and Rev. Garrison of the W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Christian church of Danville officiating, after which her remains were placed ORGANIZED 18S3. A at rest in the Danville cemetery fitting tribute of the love and esteem in which she was held was the fact that notwithstanding the extreme inclemency of the weather, a great conOF LANCASTER. KY. course of her friends and relatives, those who new and loved her, followed the remains to their last resting place. Mrs. Fox is survived by one son, This bank is supervised by the United States Government Robert Rout Fox, to whom no mother Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all was ever more devoted, both mother things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. and companion to her, he had always Make this bank YOUR bank. remained under the parental roof, he had grown to young manhood under her loving guidance and care and a source of unending joy and consolation to her. Following in the Master's footsteps, and accepting literally His words "suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not", she was extremely fond of children, and never a tiny urchin toddled within her vision but that it came for a share of her notice and solicitude. Charitable to a fault, yet not a believer in blazoning her good deeds to the world, she performed many noble acts of charity without any show or ostentation, the greatest of her many good deeds prob ably never becoming known to the world. Mrs. Fox had one sister, Mrs. Alice Rout Scott and one brother, Millard F. Rout, both of whom, together with her parents, have preceded her to the Great Beyond. The last of her family, she uvea witn ana ior ner son, leading a busy, thoughtful and useful life, doing or-t- o unselfishly such things as came to her hand to make this life a little more pleasant, this world a little brighter for those around her, now that her work is ended and she has gone to her eternal rest, where there shall be no more suffering, she will surely receive at His hand a full and just measure of reward for her life of self sacrifice. The sincere sympathy of a host of We also have some nice shosts weighfriends, which is joined in by the Record, goes out to the grief stricken ing about pounds for sale. and sorrowing son, and to the relatives who so deeply mourn her loss. I s Why Clean? Why Pure? I s Why Sanitary? I I Why Wholesome? g GARRARD MILLIING CO. I'M tixm:& ,Lrmzyv Book-Keepe- lb Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. i Capital $50,000. MHMWMHVNWI For Sale: We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. 80 Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co 'tfOiFdv f'.OC-'-'-- CvVH-0..-- He Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using White Swan Flour 1$ g- 0 rrlJaft- be sure that he expects some fine bread, bis- cults or. liirl - !L cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR Try a sack and show him makes the finest of such things. 8 that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills M irii&'t&f his e. i . i .; . .if fcyxJgtfc. fir w.j ;'&? - .,. . The Central Record, Thursday Mch 5 1914. Page 5 Mexican Situation Growing In Gravity, American Fence Strongest and BEST Fence on the Market Today. Car Load Just Received. I Gossip About People vn W. R. Miss Emma Doty is at home alter a visit of some length with her sisters in iness. Richmond. Cook was in Richmond on bus- t I Miss Sarah Daniels is A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Miss Belle Denny, of Stanford, visiting Miss Estill Walker. Mrs. J. W. Beagle will leave this week for a visit to friends in Coving ton Miss Kella Arnold has taken rooms with Mrs. Fannie Walker on Lexington street. r v i J. E. 0 Mount, Son & Co. t Dry Goods, ir 31 IE Our Window Attractions show only a small part of what we have to offer in the line of il Elder F. M. Tinder will leave this week for Warsaw Ky, where he will engage in a series of meetings. Mr. W. E. Walker came down from Jellico Sunday for a visit to his frieuds and relatives. Chas. Doty cameover from Danville Saturday and remained over Sunday with home folks: Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford is Mrs. Pattie Gill left the past week la visit to friends in Paris. Can Predict. for a visit to her daughter Mrs. E. C. Miss Rella Arnold left Wednesday The Mexican situation seems to grow Barnard, in Washington City. for a few days stay in Corbin. worse with time, and it is impossible Miss Bettie Reynolds and brother Miss Louise Slack has returned from for anything like a definite prediction Lesley have returned home after a visit a visit with her parents in Winchester. to be made a3 to the ultimate outcome. Almost every day seems to bring a new to their sister Mrs. John Oakes. Miss Lottie Carson and Wm Stagg. complication. The death of William S. Misses Virgie and Myrtle Oakes are of btanford were guests of Miss Allie Benton, a subject of Great Britain, at visiting their grandparents Mr. and Yantis. Juarez at the.hands of the Mexicans, Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of Lincoln Co. Miss Margaret Francis, of Cincinnati was thought to be a grave matter, but is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. S. the statement of Sir Edward Grey, enReverend S. H. Pollitt was an British Secretary, that England would thusiastic visitor in Frankfort last Hughes. week in the interest of the prohibition Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather await the action of the United States are at home after a visit with Richmond in the matter, simplifies this phase of movement. the question, at least for the time berelatives. Misses Sue and Margarget Sampson, ing. The United States is of course abMr. and Mrs. Ed Price were visitors solved from any responsibility as to of Harrodsburg have been the attracth e guests of Miss Nannie B. Herring, at of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant in Dan the death ot Benton. To add complex-- , her beautiful country home near here. ville, Tuesday. ity to the situation. United States cit Mrs. J. M. Farra and Miss Bettie izens have been slain. Negotiations Miss Florence Dawes, of Halls Gap. has resigned her position in the Bastin Telephone Exchange here on account Friends are hoping of failing health. for a speedy recovery for the courtsous young lady. Walker Burnside were visitors in ville Tuesday. Miss Dan- at home after And The Ontcome No Man YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J For Rent. Storm.es flat. Posession at once. Dr. Burnett. Mrs Sarah Taylor, Shelby City, Ky. Long Couch. 21-P- Wante- d- Antique Sideboard and 1 ( hemp. For Sale 1WJ acres land near Hyattsville Ky. If not sold by March 1st. would lease to one or more parties for tobrcco Address, Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. Nicholasville, Ky. K. R. 4. Phone 4372, Lexington Exchange Lettie Mae McRoberts has been visiting at the home of Mrs. Vaugbt, in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin and Miss Joan Mount were in Lexington for the Underwear and Notions inside the store. We make the claim that for fblZ Jf&ZiWBbtS 1 ILII xr-trrr r rur nil variety, quality and reas onable prices we cannot be excelled by any store in this section and we prove the claim by our offerings and prices. If you don't believe us call in some day and let us codvince you we are right. T 1. Da R. S. BRO WIN, 3CZZUI zzuczz 1Z News from the bedside of Dr. B. over for a visit with her aunt Mrs. Ramsey, who has been critically ill in Chattanooga, is particularly encouragMattie D. Duncan. ing, and it appears that this courtly old Mr. Hoover of Frankfort, Ky., was gentleman will be himself gain within here Saturday and Sunday the guest of a short time. Miss Sallie T. Smith. Mr. Jesse Doty returned last week Mrs. Allison F. Sanders left Monday from a months stay with his brother for a several weeks visit to her daugh- Mr. William Doty in Winnsboro S. C. ter Mrs. J. J. Pursley in Atlanta. He reports leaving Capt. J. A. Doty in Mr. B. F. Hudson and son Shirley splendid health and spirits and enjoying and Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie, were in Dan- him3elf to the uttermost. ville for the burial of young Mr. MauEdward Nuckolls, S. A. Sanders and rice Hudson. Fay Wilkerson, who were in town Miss Mattie Adams came home from demonstrating the famous Royal Bak the Kichmond Normal Saturday for ing Powder, lended their assistance in a short visit with her parents, Mr. and fighting the fire that broke out in the Presbyterian church last Sunday. Mrs. Jack Adams. Miss Eliza Lunsford who has been Mrs. Robert Walker gave a birthday quite ill at the home of her sister Mrs. dinner in compliment to her father, Jasper Cox on Danville street, is con- Mr. James N. Denny, who thereby ' siderably improved. celebrated nis i4tn anniversary on Mrs. J. S, Bowman has returned to Tuesday, March 3rd, the invitation list her home in Lewis county after a stay was limited to the immediate relatives of two months with her parents Mr. ine memDers or tne Baptist congre and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. gation surprised Mrs. J. W. Beagle on play, "Firefly". Mesdames T. S. Brannaman and Ella Franklin, of Wildie, have been visiting Mrs. Henry Moore. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith entertained "The Arts and Crafts Society" at the Manse, Thursday afternoon. The consolidated school at Paint Lick contemplate an old fashion sjiel-Kn- g match Friday of this week. Capt. Luther Ilerron is in- - Jackson attending Federal Court as a witness against William Miller charged with selling whiskey. Thomas Wall and- - Miss Margaret Wall, of Ironton. Ohio. were recent guests of his aunt. Mr?. T. L. Broaddus. little daughter, Leave orders at Storme3 Drug Store for renewals for papers and magazines. are pending between this country and Get my catalog prices. Mexico over both of these questions, Mrs. Dollie Brown. and everything hinges upon the result of these negotiations. President Wilson Car Salt. has, very wisely, signified his intention One-haof not using undue haste in his dealings bushel bag 20cts, 1 bushel with the situation, and will not be bag 3."c. 2 bushel bag 70c. 2fc0 lb barrel coerced into any precipitate action. $1.S0. S. N. Davis. Lancaster Kv He fully realizes the gravity of the situation, and is fully cognizant of the Notice cost, both monetary and in human life, AH persons having claims airainst of a war with Mexico, and fully realiz- the estate of Mrs. Edna Francis, de ing that this is a vast and powerful ceased, will please present same, propcountry, states that we can better af- - erly proven, to the undersigned at once. lorcl to wait than to take precipitate Miss Tbmmie Francis, action in such a grave matter. Administratrix. It is very much to be hoped that the situation will clear without drastic SWEET CLOVER measures upon the part of this country The great new fertilizer and and we fully believe that under the equal to alfalfa in hay and wise influence and guiding hand of pasture Write for price list of seed Woodrow Wilson that every wrong to and "Free Circular" telling how to American citizens and their property grow it. will be righted without thi-- necessity of JOHN' A. SHEEIIAN. stronger intervention than the diplopd R. D. 4. Falmouth, Ky. matic exchanges which are now in progress. Notice. 3t-Plf land-build- miss neien Kobmson was the recent hostess at "A Surprise Rook Party" it being her 17th birthday. Delicious ices added much tc the social affair. Hon. J. R. Mount came home Saturday night and remained over Sunday with his family, returning to Frankfort and his duties among the lawmakers Monday morning. In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our r Miss Pauline Hocker, who has been with her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, was summoned to her home in Staned to her home in Lancaster.... Mrs. ford by the illness of her grandmother, Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, is with Mrs. Margaret Hocker. Mrs. James B. Kinnaird was hostess her daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Rice, having for the C. W. B. M. Wednesday after returned from a visit to her son, Mr. Mr. George W. Hammanck has renoon, complimentary to Mrs. William R. L. Davidson at Tulsa Okla. . . . . Mrs. turned to his home in Greenfield. 111. Burnett, an earnest and enthusiastic George T. Bogard entertained at Rook after a delightful visit to his uncle, member. The social was given as a Saturday afternoon, in compliment to Mr, J. O. Reid, and aunt, Mrs. S. E. farewell affair to Mrs. Burnett before her sister, Miss Emma Doty; of Lan- Hammack, and other friends and relagoing to her new home in Shelbyville. caster. Madisonian. tives. 600 The following from the Lexington Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell Leader is of interest to many people in stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. a&?&sm this and adjoining counties; Mr. and Mrs. Sanford C. Lyne announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy, to William Bradley John ston. Mr. Johnston was formerlv a " Lancaster, Ky. Kentucky State University student, but BY MRS. W. H. SWOPE, Op Bryants ville, Ky. is now holding a position with the Bell- Jellico Mining Company, He was for merly of Lancaster. The marriage will be celebrated in June. SPICE CAKE. New Stock Pens in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Mch 23rd. Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Central Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for those who buy and a buyer for those who sell at our Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can take care of 1200 cattle. We have Mrs. George A. McRoberts has returned to her home in Covington after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr. aed Mrs. Jo Burnside. Miss Martha Kavanaugh, a student of the Normal School at Richmond, was down for a few days visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh, Friday evening Freb. 27th, the anniv ersary of her birth by meeting at her home to commemorate it in a social and substantial way. Mrs. Beagle was the recipient of a number of handsome presents. Miss Lizzie Bettis, who has been attending the Normal School, has return- Covered Pens for Cattle and feed for all. J. N. ROSS, Prop. I. R Favorite Becines flf K lell sess Knows ftomen. Diaw A Check jEsJ IIjHlJ rfwl for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the tfffijP JjtrfKMMSSn Garrard Bank & Trust Co. cup of butter, 2 cups of sugar, 4 yolks. 1 whole egg, 4 cups of flour. 1 cup butter milk. 1 teaspoon soda. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 1 teaspoon cloves. 1 teaspoon spice. 1 cup of jam. 1 cup of raisins. 1 They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. Mr. Henry Moore was called to Welchburg, Jackson county Ky. by the death of his mother, Mrs. Jane Moore, aged 66 years, she having died of paralysis. The deceased is survived by four daughters and five sons, one being Mr. Henry Moore. She also leaves five brothers, two in Oregon, one in Ark., and two in Ky, one being Mr. C. D. Powell of this city. This is the second death in a large family who have all reached mature years. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Moore in the loss of his good mother. Anv person having a claim agairst the estate of Geo. G, Grow, deceased, will please present same, properly (By Wm. F. .Miller.) proven, to the undersigned at once. W. F. Champ, Last Friday ended another month of It Admr. G. G. Grow estate. school work. Bro Tinder was a welcome visitor it Notice of Disolntion. our School Wednesday. By consent in writing of the maBro. Pollitt visited our school Tuesday morning and gave us an interesting jority of stockholders of shares of stock of The Joseph Mercantile Comaddress. pany, notice is hrreby given that said The entertainment Friday morning corporation is dissolved and is closby Miss Smith's pupils was enjoyed ing out its business, and all persons very much. having debts or demands against the Mrs. Darnold's room will entertain corporation shall present them at Friday morning. Everybody is once for payment, and all persons invited to attend. owing said corporation will call and The show given Thursday night at settle their acconnts. the School Auditorium, by "The Old The Joseph Mercantile Company. Confederates" was well attended and By Arthur Joseph, President. enjoyed verj much. This Feb 17th. 1914. The above concern will continue The class pins which the Seniors i4 ordered, have arrived. There are 14 under the same name of the Joseph Seniors this year, the largest class for Mercantile Company as a partnership, composed of Mrs Elizabeth Joseph, years, tne pins wmen tne seniors have their colors, gold and purple Arthur Joseph and Adolph Joseph. U an owl with green eves, to represent wisedom and fourteen pearls on them, For Sale. aswell as "L. H. S.". I wish to sell privately my farm conThe following were visitors at our School Friday morning and were pres taining about sixty acres of land, well ent for Miss Smith's room exercises: watered and located 4 J miles f rors LanMrs. J. E. Dickerson and son. Miss caster on Danville pike and J mile Lena Bright, Miss Minerva Cox, Mrs. from pike near Dix river; also a six J. B. Kinnaird, Mrs. G. B. Swinebroad year old bay mare, works and drives Mrs. L. C. Gulley and son, Mrs, W. J. well and brings good colts every year. Romans. Mrs. Emma Higginbothm, Three jersey heifers, fresh last of Miss Edna Gulley, Mrs. Rosella Dunn March or first of April ten good ewes and daughters, Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, and one buck, all young and will lamb Jerry Bland, Miss Orand, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. W. R. about March 16th. Lancaster, Ky. Cook and Miss Rella Arnold. School Notes. cor-dual- ly ed Honor Roll. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company We Write Anv Kind of i; INSURANCE J, j. 8BAZLEY & CO. Office at National Bank. Ky. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. WDER Is the Housewife's greatest Help. "W 'TO Phone 27. grasattWMtt'HaryTisaraa? '" IT. I i l!t!?&1lltitPA ------:. " "-":- To The People Who - 'X A Anticipate ttmliiini obacco Barns We have made arrangev- k-- ' Vi & .feJ TTarrr I ,(z i !'-. Ai-- i ..cvatf - vks' . ' 77.' .jrS&r r- i healthfulnesi foods. arid laggard appetite as a light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal makes the. perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improve the flavor and V UJl THAT so tempting to the s? ttii isen floor- hot-bre- ad ments with our mills for these special bifls and can give prompt service. $1.80 per hundred We S? !XJi - 22 We are also are making the special price of cars Lancaster. F. O. B. making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. m0 ,"wi. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg MM Go. I Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. : same time making them more attractive and appetizing. short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the It renders the biscuit, The Misses Jane and Mary Doty, and Martha and Helen Gill, four charming visiting girls from Lancaster.Ky., who were introduced to Tulsa society last On Saturday March week.in Mrs. W.I.Williams' "at home" at 10 o'clock a, m., I will offer for sale stood as honorees at a large event to the highest bidder, on the premises again on Friday, when Mrs. John Bradknown as the old Wade Walker farm, ford Jennings was hostess at a recep3 miles from Kirksville. on the Kirks-vill- e tion of one hundred guests, nett. and Hyattsville turnpike, the folThe coloring of the decorations and 3rd Grade. J. R. Haselden, Susie lowing. appointments of the affair was in keepSTOCK Boyle. ing with the season of Washington's Miiidleton. Lillian 1G hands Peavine Stallion, r-Swinebroal.JJulia Mse birthday, and was expressed in red and 3rd A. M high, good style and action; 1 Jack, 7-Walker, Eugenia Dunlap white carnations, filling French baskets ears-old- , 14 hands high, bl?ck with 4th Grade. Jane Haselden. Johnetta in the living room and red Richmond white points, has been stood four searoses in the dining room. The green Farra, Paul Morrow. sons satisfactorily; 1 Jack. of southern smilax and palms formed a 14 hands, good bone and muscle, black background for the bright, warm, red i:h white points; 1 gray of the flowers used. Jack; 1 sorrel combined hirse.lO-yearIn the receiving group which was of comuint-- sorrt- - i i.s ohi; 1 4- - ear-mstationed in the living room to greet 1 sorrel mar. in foal i y the guests, stood Mrs. Jenniug, Miss iiigh Glass Gity Property. j ck; 1 uLuk rrnxri mare in fo.ii ' Doty, Miss Helen Gill, Mrs. C. S ;. As agfnt for Tbe "iley I ml offer jack; 1 sorr-- i n Me. .Vytmrs-oi- l, Bruce. Mrs, Williams, Miss Mary Dotj work and dnvc: 1 bav btvod . for sale publk-Iy- . on ihe prvtoi ea, in and Miss Gill, with Mrs. J. Wesley t bay - . nvl Mure, & tears-!u-; Lancaster. Ky 0.1 j West and Mrs. Harry D. Murdoch makfiih : yearling Mack auem b u SATURDAY. MCH. 7th 1914. ing the presentation of the callers as Sorrel ht colt, 1 vear-o'Other assistants toMrJ. AT 1:30 OVL CK. I. H j they arrived. 1 yoy ;Uers . enrs-olj Jennings in extending briclc resithe hospitality his attnieiivtt aad v'u-Mrtml calf; I Jersey bstfr:l Mack .iv. of her home weie Mesdames W. C. dence, with about a acres of Intnl. lottcow, will b freta in April, fine mil i $30,- Black, Harry Campbell, W. M. Fleet ed on Lexington Avenue, near a 1 caw. call" JHat wted; 3 tu wood, Charles Huvenor and W. A. 000 school building, and having all the of b- - ami S new bee kws; 1 Mud r Sharp. modern improvements, which make it I wheat drill; 1 bugey; seme hetKeh A course of ices and cakes were serv- an weal nome. iNone ueuer, none and kitchen furniture. ed from the dining table which held a more valuable. At same trme awl place will sell centerpiece of Richmond roses and The owner has lately expended 247 ACRES OF LAND make it one of the most de smilax and candelabra shaded in red $3,000 to Lying on Paint Lick creek in Mad;-so- n The ices showed a tiny hatchet in red sirable homes in Kentucky. It ha3 7 county, about 1 mile from Cotton-bur- g and the mints bore a flag in red, white rooms, besides 2 bath rooms, one above with deeded road from Poosey and blue. Tiny silk flags were the and one below, fully equipped with the favors. The Misses Mary Clay Wil- most valuable fixtures. The rooms are Ridge, known as the Nathaniel Cotton liams and Evelyn Mainwanng passed large, the paper being costly and at- farm. Said farm will be sold in three the refreshment plates. From a table tractive, the paintings artistic, and the tracts of 53, 100 and 94 acres rein the reception hall, the Misses floors of hardwood. In fact, it must spectively, and then as a whole, the Parties way bringing the most money will be Marjorie Black, Gwendolyn Collier and be seen to be appreciated. Mary Burton served glasses of punch. desiring to examine the property will accepted. Terms made known on day J. A. COTTON, Ifra. Jennings' "at home" stands as call on Hughes and Swinebroad. of sale. R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. one of the largest and prettiest of the Possession immediately. Phone Paint Lick Exchange. Terms made known on day of sale. season. affairs of the L M. DUNN, Agent &Auctioneer. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. 'y World. Tula. (Okla) -- 8th Grade Annie Reid. James Siler, Mildred Beazley, Gladys Frisbie, Mary Lee Lear, Val Cook. 7th Grade Mary Davis, Clayton Morrow, Bernice Champ, Carrie Belle Romans, Katie Barnes Dickerson, George Swinebroad. 6th Grake Christine Pollitt, Nettie Farmer; Lillian Estes. 5th Grade S. D. Cochran. Willian Embry. Isabel Terrill. Evelyn Daniels, Anna BellCrutchfield, Virginia Beazley. 2n Grade. Emma Goodloe Gregory, Margarit Elliott, Hazel Champ.Junieta Dunn, Maud Davis, Cassie Mae Bur- Sometimes It I. Dick, whose father was a candidate for office, one day ran to his mother, exclaiming: "Oh, mamma! Mr. Smith says papa's got the nomination. woe than the measles?" Is-th- Public Sale 71914 s Public Sale s- o; ,. i.-- i d; . d; -. Jt-rt- -y ! pre-Lenf- s.. Page 6 HUGE INVITATION A Conference of Farmers and Business Men Early This Spring A The Central Record, Thursday Mch 5, 1914. V GREAT HALL IN WHICH CONFERENCE FOR FARMERS AND BUSINESS MEN WILL BE HELD h VISUAL LESSONS NEW REVOLUTION Convincing and Unique Demonstrations Will Be Feature of Meeting TWO L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. Catawba Valley, N. C. Had To Maysville, connecting at Richmond a Peaceful But Power- with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville: . S at Winchester with C & O to Lexingful Awakening X MEETING FOR THE SOUTH ACRES OF FLOOR SPACE STARTED WITH SI, 500 NOTE A Great Opportunity For Method of Seeing What in Rural States A Real Getting the United' Together. ' a Short-cu- t Is Best In' iLfgaegMiiia55MaE''gir;-yraHitr PBSK.; 1WMp'lTffJ'MBI' r r i A talk or a lecture may be thorAlmost everyone who has head the( A program built with experts oughly convincing and delightful, but the various departments of the from magazines and newspapers in the last ' State carry absolute a demonstration must or so has wished to travel to many1 and National Government, is naturally No 27; 2:09 p. m. conviction. The demonstrations that quite an easy matter. To go out over what the points and learn first-hanwill be used in Louisville in the huge To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon are doing. Of leaders in the country and find people who are Armory, April 7, 8, 9, 10, are sure to really doing things in course, this has been an impossibility their own com- Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling attract the attention of the farmers, munities, is quite another proposition. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to and eten if one could make it possible, their friends and neighbors who come This has been the task which the men Bardstown & Springfield. there would be no time left for to the Conference. A short list of who are handling the Conference for work at home. To a certain No 9; 8:42 p. m. some of these various demonstrations Farmers and Business Men have set extent the "County Life Conference" To Stanford, connecting with fast will probably give some Idea of the for themselves In Louisville, April 7, 8, 9, 10, will this year. wide scope of this meeting. Men who train to Bristol & Atlanta. make this a possibility without extenunderstand the business will develop sive traveling. real organizations for the handling movements Leaders In (1) Poultry and Eggs; (2) Vegetables from many parts of the South and and Small Fruits; (3) Farm Products; from Innumerable Northern States, (4) Dairy Products; (5) Live Stock; k1 have been engaged to tell just what (6) Purchase ot Farm Requirements, they have accomplished and how it Credit. In these ISgftUaMMAlHflMaM and (7) fHflHf was accomplished. They are to tell , ........ 11 .1 organizations that will be developed, me.r "uua, , u is indeed yery fortunate th tne ing at any point It Is fortunate that thing about meir ups as wen as .1 codairying, an effort will be made to show exactly They in the cause of ln Louisville hannens to i our paper has been able to secure a operative poultry or at Arm how the testing, grading, standardizwill also be on hand to show exactly have a number of rooms s whch can b picture of the Armory dur- or the handling of farm produce ing and packing of all the various pronow me worK wnicn nab ueen u mu.- - used for smaU sectiona, meetlngs through the parcel post. It would be a ducts is done. Directors for shipping, great Automobile Show, which dur. ing cess at home can be transplanted to lng the Conference ot Farmers and was the in Louisville from February splendid investment ot time and held selling, the making of returns and the other neighborhoods. They will bring , Business Men amJ tnat ,t ,s ,t(J We believe this picture will' money to make the trip to Louisville villi them not only the story, hut also close t0 tne Auditorlums of the Seel. give our readers a very much better t and talk the matter over with ex- - finding of markets will be made features of these demonstrations. all of the material that is used in their bach and Henry WattersoIl Hotels Idea of the greatness of the Confer-- J A; organizaBesides these perfected organization that it Tnere w, be no ,ack of space Jn fte ence than anything that we could The Conference ln Louisville April tions that have just been mentioned -mav run smoothly. i. i 7, 8, 9, 10, is of such importance that Armory Itself or in its large balconies, possibly put into a news story. Z'"'"","'t the United States Postoffice Departhnough enthusiasm is sure to be de- - for a the demonstration work tbat If our readers are interested in any extemely low railroad rates have been ment has arranged for space in which veloppd to make orga nizations among wJU be used ,n f gQ many IF YOU WILL PERMIT of the wonderful discussions that will made. You can make the trip from this will eveWs haye been handIed n the Ap-b- take place during the Conference your home town to Louisville at this to equip a complete parcel post departthose present a certainty, ment. Instead of its being merely a de- us to demonstrate to you the need done by these men in the most Qmt there ig nQ danger of cr)wd April 7, 8, 9, 10, or wish to know any-- 1 time for one fare plus 25 cents. dummy affair with an exhibit, parcels tailed way possible. The leaders who of Insurance, we are satisfied that will be handled and sent out as they come to the Conference should be able you will no longer be without it. are In any great postoffice. Several ol to lake the good word home In such A SOUTHERN LEADER the lare retail stores of Louisville will shape that it can be redeveloped and Leavel-Heade- d send their parcel post packages direct take root. BED to this office instead of the main If you should wish to better your I men realize the importance of In so that there will be continuous condition of j ovwi condition, or the Walter J. Shuford, North Carolina. " ' '"'"I 'v- ..,jl.ll...ol HJIBMHH work in handling the mail during the III your state, or the condtiion of the ( W surance; but we wish to talk to I1 111 I One of the most interesting men ot whole time the Armory is open for exwhole South, it would be well worth those who are not fully aware of the hibition purposes. In addition to the this type In the whole United States is junr lime auu iuulic iu tuuie iu uuuis i handling of packages from the city to Walter J. Shuford, of Hickory, X. C advantages of Insurance, and reville at this time. the country, experts will be present He is one of those men who evidently spectfully solicit an opportunity tc Kven if you are not at all anxious to show anyone how to pack eggs, but- dreams wonderful dreams, then rolls to give them information. to hear any one of the speakers or see ter and country produce of every type. up his sleeves and works hard to make an) of the demonstrations, still it Very few people know very much those same dreams come true. Way would be a delight to be in a crowd about the parcel post as yet, and this down in North Carolina Mr. Shuford FRISBIE people who are enthusiastic enough of & THOMAS, innovation should prove a tremendous ' saw how his friends and neighbors and, devoted enough to come and rub advantage to those visting the Confer- were limping through life on a worn-ou- t LANCASTER, KY. elbows with other leaders. After all, soil that would not seemingly supence. there Is nothing much better In life ply their wants. At last he found the Office Citizens National Bank " than the glow which comes to all of Z ri&t'Ki??? J man he needed in Field Agent Con us when we come in contact with "live ttVjiil'-ljllllfliJWlMover, and they began work to Interest wir-s- " from scattered places over the THE BANKER-FARME- R a group of men ln a dairy proposition whole country. From a start that was made with a If you are a leader or feel that you $1,500 joint promissory note with Official Directory Of Garrard County. might be a leader or hope to be a ' mm: 31 which to finance the creamery, it has A. " MM leader, make your plans at once and I BHMtiiHjnKmiuunuttuuiucmitKMiiitiiKiitBji grown year after year until last Octo- Circuit Judge "on. Ciaries A. Hardin. Xtllltu'lltUUIIIUUIIIUUIIItHlltltlllllltUtKti set the dust off your grip sack that ber, the total sales amounted to over Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Pur- In looking over the program for the to tbis great meeting and give what you may be ready to be with the splen $10,000. And it seems from the way jear. did bunch that will talk things over Woman's Department In the Country they have to give and receive what ln which things are growing that theii Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Life Conference, Louisville, April 0 they feel they need. so tat the South may grow in W. M.Brown. Master Commissioner organization will soon be in farm life, in home life and In next, it is plain to be seen that many President Joe Cook, of the State handling a business that will total Trustee Jury Fuud Ben. F. Ilobluson. Shelby interesting talks and demonstrations Normal College, at Hattlesburg, Miss., neighborhoods. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue about $500,000 a year. are to be expected. The old fireside will have the general direction of the Mason. One might write volumes about County Judge C A.Arnold. household industries will be under the demonstration work in the Housewhat has happened down in Catawba County Attorney (5. C. Walker. direction of Mrs. Ernberg, of Berea hold Equipment Department ln the Valley in that Tarheel country, but it County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. College, Berea, Ky. In the mountain enormous Armory. Household manFARMERS' CLUBS is enough to say that this man has Depnty clerk Harry Tomlinson. Hon. T. F. Peck, of. Tennessee. homes these old Industries have not agement, meals and their serving, ? K s.''$ifHHPri changed the attitude and viewpoint ol Coroner J. A. Jones. been completely lost. Rag carpets, ; house cleaning and the beautifying of At this Conference La. Louisville a county through his own enthusiasm. Sheriff C A. Kobinsnu. i the home will be developed under the quilting, weaving and basket-makinDeputy SLerlff George T. most of the Commissioners of Agrii He will be in Louisville during the Superluteudant ol Schools Ballard. are still part of the school work. Mag- leadership of Miss Mary E. Frayser, culture from the Southern. States will Miss Jennie Hig to tell his gins. Conference, April gie Barrett, who lives on Bald Knob Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C. he present, either to speak or to take own story and to demonstrate the Assessor Dare Sanders. walks four miles over a rough All of the demonstrations in cooking part in the general discussions that I and methods that he used to organize and Deputy Assessor E.B. Kay. country road to and from Berea, wove will be done by the teachers of Do- are sure to follow the papers that are ' develop this tremendous business. Jailer Dave Boss. "the kiver" for the White House bride's mestic Science In the State University given. Among the earliest to signify supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourn?. and the State Normal Schools of Ken- his intention of being on hand early bed last autumn. All good housekeepTreasurer J. W. Elmore. ers the Southland over should come tucky. and staying late Is the progressive FAT OF THE LAND J. X. White 1st, MAGISTRATES. Commissioner of Tennessee,, the Hon. Dlst. T. F. Peck. Logan Isou 2nd, Dlst. I BV V ' 'v v IN THE SOUTH years ago Buck Wheat Valley Jons S. Hdra 3rd. Dlst. Seven FRUIT Would a Delegation Pay? in Wisconsin was almost bankrupt James Coldlron 4th. Dlst. uC&...- - I U of her property was held THE PROGRAM COCXTV BOARD OF EDUCATION. Ml over the South, the papers are' Each year the papers are full to xw tBpffffffUr& s Vc In mortgages and the young people Tbomps LS having much to say about the awakArnold. Jr. 1st. DUt. overflowing with reports of meetings were drifting toward the city. Wheat, K. V. McMurtr). 2nd. 1'i-- t. During the Conference of Farmof merchants, bankers, manufacturers, ening of the people- to the value of 50 O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dlst. which in the early days had yielded ers and Business Men at Louisville, railroad officials, labor unions and fruit tbat has fine flavor. Northwestbushels to the acre, had dwindled to Thomas If. King. 4th. Dlst. will be discusApril there many fraternal orders. Some of these ern fruit has been beautiful to look at 15, and it was because of this that the C1TV OF LANCASTER. folsions and demonstrations of the are enormous affairs, bringing thou- on the fruit stands- in the hig cities, people had to substitute buck wheat, B F. Harris, of Illinois. Mayor L. G. Davidson. lowing: Valley. sands together that are interested in but a very small proportion of it has hence the name of the City Judge J. Egg and. Poultry Asthe same thing. Would It not be a anything in the shape of that touchIt seems rather odd to find on our Seven years ago Mr. William Head City Attorney P. Prather. J. E. K&binsou. sociation. splendid idea If Kentucky desk a new magazine with the above and Mr. Grover began organizing the City CWt-F.- U. ed by the Southern, sun. Apples from Hurt. Vegetables, Fruits and Farm should turn out her thousands of fann- - Georgia lately took . number of first always seemed to us people about the LaValle for develop- City Assessor John M. Mount. heading. It has products. i ers and their friends for the meeting ing the creamery work and standard- City Treasurer W. F. Champ. as it the bankers and the farmers did and second prizes in the Great New and there is Chief Police L. E. Herrou. at Louisville. not know each other as well a3 they izing the potato crop. York exhibit in New York State, and Selling Association. Certainly there never was a time COUNCILMEX should. In running over this splendid hardly a mortgage in this neighbor Creamery Associariper for a careful and thorough dis- Kentucky apples shipped to the North magazine, which is a monthly review hood, the homes are painted, new Parker Gregory. II. C. Hamilton. west also took a great many prizes. tion. cussion of the needs of the country or the State Bankers' Associations ol barns are being built, silos stand as W. M. Zauone. Sam Cotton. As this is true it is especially fitting A Conference ot Country Wompresent. It will be a time over the country. Mr. Dr. J. A. Amon. than the thirty-seve- n W. O. Goodloe. states, their agricultural sentinels all en. can "get together" and opportune that the Conference at when the farmers committees and the individual banker Head and Mr. Grover will be in Lou is to have Mr. A Conference of Country Doctors. A. D. Wilson. Many Louisville, April Prof. to discuss their own problems. to tell how they in agricultural matters, it seems to be isville April A Conference of Country Preachof the speakers will be men who come W. M. McDonald, manager of the Exmost timely. It claims among its lifted Buck Wheat Valley out of bankThe press of the country for the between the plow hand,es and celsior Fruit Growers Association of ers. items of interest "public welfare. In ruptcy into plenty. past several years has been full of the A Conference ot Business Men. blems out In an Minnesota, to give a talk and make worked the,r connection with an effort to obtain Boys and , wonderful work done by the Mr. McDonald for County Life Development. farm. some demonstrations. and hold successful and permanent filrs- Corn and Tomato Clubs. Nat.'er was originally an expert bookkeeper 'ably utilize, warnA Demonstration ot the New The undersigned hereby A GETTING TOGETHER agriculture through better farming, uraliy. it would seem time for us t0( TMs meetlng wln be in rea,lty a nb. in Minneapolis, but finding that his Type Rural School. ing to all persons not to trespass upon life' marketing, education, roads, rural lmve something In the press concern- A Conference ot Boys' and Girls educaUon- - Not an education health was breaking under close office and credits. The seventeenth annual Conference our lands for any purpose whatever as liiU clubs for farmers and their wives . Clubs. bQoka by the mtdnlgbt work, he decided to go to the country. from e AH the folks who meet of Farmers and Business Men which we will prosecute all offenders to ful . Some work in successful farmers The general committee in charge an education that comes from He at once took hold of the Excelsior 'est extent of the law. Hunters and. at the Conference for Farmers and is to meet in Louisville, April cubs has been done in the State o , n of this Conference is as follows: wUh men who have thought Fruit Growers' Association and In five Business Men in Louisville to discuss is a rather unique organization. It Fishermen especially take notice. . t. on .,, tn years pushed the business from 5,000 Minnesota and Prof. A. D. Wilson, oi . . ... President, J. N. Camden, Verthose rural matters during the four days has absolutely no constitution or by G. W. Elan;. R. L. Elkin. sailles, Ky. big U.IW become a part of the annually to $200,000. This man will V'r,frtr!viDlPlrtmrt April 7, 8, 9, 10, will have a chance to laws, no dues or conditions of mem Ed & N B Price develTTnlversity man J. W Sweeney organize a typical fruit growers' assoVice President, J. B. Juuah, Louthem. bership. It is a loosely put together John M. Farra hear the editor of "The Banker-Farmer,- " W. G. Anderson oped it. His wide experience in this life about among the horticulturists at isville, Ky. cafl Mt come yourse,fi make ciation Mr. B. F. Harris, of Champaign, organization, which can easily shift field has appealed so strongly to those meeting, and show them methods Secretary. T. X Coates, Frankbug,ness tQ gee that your coun. the 111. only the editor of this its viewpoint or change its policy with J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. He is not in charge of the program for the Farm; B. M. Lear. a gtrong delegatlon of shipping, packing, advertising and fort, Ky. strong, clean publication; but he is, the growth and temper of the people S. C. Henderson, ers- and Business Mens Conference Secretary of Farmers' ConferW. S. Embry to the Con- - the locating of markets. ,,1, Aprll 7.8.9.io. also, the very successful vice presi- making up the membership for that A. J. Caddell, that arrangements were made for him When asked about the prices which ence, Clarence Poe, Raleigh, N. C. rs and Buslnes3 Men. H. C. Arnold dent of the First National Bank of particular year. It began its exist- Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. to come to te meeting at Louisville, prevailed when he took hold of the Secretary of the Business Men's Champaign and chairman of the Agri- ence under the Southern Educational Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. April to develop the same enthupeople of the South organization, and those prevailing last The railroad Conference, Harry Hodgson, Athcultural Commission, which was devel- Board, which pays all the bills, and its , S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. siasm that has attended the work in have been quick to see the tremendous year, he said, "When the Association ens, Ga. . oped under the auspices of the Amer- President for sixteen years was that We will add other names for 25 cents his home state. He is a speaker ol advantage of quickening interest ln was launched 75 cents per case of 24 Secretary of the Conference of ican Bankers' Association. remarkable merchant of New York cash. ability, and it is hoped that he may en- rural life through the Conference of pint baskets of red raspberries preCountry Preachers, W. H. Mills, City, Mr. R. C. Ogden. He was one ot thuse our farmers to the point of or- Farmers and Business Men in Louis- vailed. Last year our red raspberry College, S. C. Clemson Railroad Rates. those unusual men who can see not ganizing some clubs ln Kentucky and ville. April allowed cases of the same size averaged $2.05. and have Vice President of the Conference The railroad people of the South only the future in his own business, lotmiy Court Days. in the South for this year. for Education ln the South, S. C. have been quick to cee the tremendous but also the future in other lines ot a very low rate, one fare plus 25 cents Of course, to get such prices one must have a perfect pack and first-clas-s Mitchell, Richmond, Va. advantage of quickening interest in ru- activity. It has been the policy of this Richmond, 1st. Monday. The Conference in Louisville. April! fruit. Every fruit grower in our AssoFor Information, programs, etc., ral life through the Conference o movement not to dictate what any Paris, 1st. Monday. 7-Hotel rates are never increased on ciation has his number and the dealer is of such Importance that ex- address A. P. Bourland, Executive Farmers and Business Men in Louis- meeting should do, but merely to help Frankfort. 1st. Monday. low railroad rates have been ! account of convention crowds in trera orders through the number and upon Secretary, 222 Southern Building, ville, April and have allowed the gronps that "get together" to find Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. You can make the 'trip frcr j isville. Besides the numerous hotels, the reputation of the Association for Washington, D. C. a vry low rate, one fare plus 25 cents themselves and solve their own probmany restaurants and innu I fair dealing." Lexington, 2nd. Monday. your home town to Louisville at thi there are round trip. for the lems. merable splendid boarding houses. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. time for one fare plus 25 cents. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. CraOQaQfr&CKKh$04-0iaPQ004- ' Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. KK2KS&KgS!g!SgS: SaSSS4SBSS4S5S:$SSja Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. j Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. is Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Jt Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. g$S-SJS'2S-$-S$5S'lC933C8CKKKKKKKKKKKffiKKK8330 d r iiTwaartTMaSH- $ IiiiiIm MM'HT TWtMlWHiTiill 'ff iH nTiiiilIliiUMWiil t uPH'r 'V ' "'W'w'i Wfc1 mBMi iWImmJ WiiiwrWiiinrBiniii Many Activities of Rural Buckwheat Valley," Wisconsin, BeWork Will Be Shown In Actual OperationParcel Postoffice Will Be comes Prosperous Through What the Conference To Be Part of Exhibit at Louisville. Held In Louisville Really Is For. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 835 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11 :50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. HuiSSCHJBHB 'Vi first-clas- 11-1- to-da- y Sn e MAGGIE BARRETT WEAVING "KIVER" FOR THE WHITE HOUSE BRIDE'S post-offic- J ''; rMir I iHJiiiHiw:isv i i mt'' -- 1 I i f pros-perlt- j. ' I g M , W ' m I ?)'4 Two-third- I - I - Stock-breedin- g To-da- y J POSTED g-ve wide-awak- ... Jf . I ' 0, I 8 y Lou-mad- e. , e'SSs',SS,SXV8Si' This jflmMMBaJBTHaiBBfcHHr"Hifr&fr&$Q$3 J Points to your LABEL your Subscription has EXPIRED. a Our Clubbing Rates Will Close Shortly. Renew Your Subscription Now. oa&rfsH3ooa&o&ooo gaas ssssss ssss - The Central Record, Thursday Mch 5 19 i 4. i Page 7 OOO0M00C0if I itaunwiwtf1 OXTXS. TO CARDS. Listen, Listen, Listen. Go where your trade is apprcciat ed. A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One dels, the Dirt. j You are invited to the old Re liable Shop. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse gcjtwrogMitn.iw.TTrT STANFORD STREET. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. JnL .i We Pay Highest Market Price. jy, ip"&Z3rlf3Q!f 5,Et!K dp 1JUL V0H AffiLGLTk dci ers R. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. No Commission Charged. :z. Prices Right. Phone 35 Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. EregT?Biff:l&ViTlT:tVl CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs, E. H. Anderson is in Nicholas- Lancaster, .&: - - Kentucky. Or, Wm. D. Pryor, COTTONBTJRG. FAINT HAMMACK James Parsons children are on the sick list. Lou McQuerry sold a part of his crop but price is unknown. C. W. Graves sold his entire crop averaging the same 12c. Charlie Dillon sold his tobacco crop averaging up 12c per pound. Mrs. John Beazley and children have returned home after a pleasant visit to her brother in Richmond. The report comes to Hammack, that Samuel Fields of Fleming county is very low with pneumonia. March came in "like a lion" and as ' the old adage is, "will go out like a lamb , we hope so at least. G, W. Hammack took the train Mon- day morning for his home in Green-.- ! field. Ills, after a pleasant visit to his aunt, S. E. Hammack and other rela- tives and friends in h.s old Kv home. ' is y The Ladies' Working Society will Master Jewel Wallace has recovered ville. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Schooler after a spell of scarlet fever. meet at the residence of D. S. Swope. were reaent visitors at Hackley. -- -- next Thursday. Kentucky now ' Miss Ray Hunt of Brodhead is with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rucker are -- ON Mrs. Marion Prewitt is the guest of j friends here. The little vistor at the home of Mr g in their new home. her son David Prewitt this week. Mr. Morgan Humphrey is in Jellico and Mrs John Pruitt, has been christen Miss Stella McWhorter of Richmond j SATURDAY, MARCH 7ib, 1914 Mr. and Mrs. David Prewitt are re ed John Kinnaird. and Sunday at on business. Normal spent Saturday ceiving congratulation over the arrival J Mr. and Mrs. Hajdon Leavell are Two Hundred of o.jr citizens signed i home. at two o'clock P. M. -of a girl on the 23rd. visiting Mr, Sam Ramsey's family. a petition to prohibit the manufacture Mr. John White spent Saturday and To settle up the estate of D. M. Mr. and Mrs. Odas Malear, Mr. and and sale of liquor in our state. Rev. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker has been conSunday with his daughter Mrs R. G. LIPPS. deceased, I wili offer at Public Mahan, Robt Clark and Miss Mary Mrs. Robert M. Schooler and also Mrs. Woods. fined to her bed for several days with Auction, the Flour Mill and Light John Prather spent the day with Mr. Chestnut have the honor ot doing this a severe cold. Plant. located in Hustonville. Lincoln E. V. ilorruw, Cr.nlii.it' ''iilJciaa Mr. J. M. Metcalf hss added a line of and Mrs. Dave Prewitt on last Monday . good work. Miss Ruth Andrews of Cincinnati is County, Kentucky, described a foland groceries to his place of Mrs Sallie Rout Fox difd last Friday lows: visiting her aunt, Mr. Daisy McCoI-luj business. at G:30 p. m., at her home of cancer. VALUE OF RHEUHA FROM THE COURT of Junction City. The Mill is enuinned with a minlurn Mrs. R. H. Jones spent Saturday and btoe was o7 years ot age and being ot Sifter System Bolter. Smith Mr. Charles P. Buchanan, of Louis Purifier Sunday with her sister Sirs. Williams, Judge Barhorst Was Relieved Of RllCU- a jolly disposition fought the dread d.V BeaII Scourers, Richmond City Roll ville, is with his mother, Mrs. Bettie of Cottonburg. ease so bravely that hir closest friends and driven by an Atlas Engine and and Buchanan, for a shoit visit. matisra After Doctors Failed Miss Kate Ely who has been in Pans never knew of the alrr.ning symtoms Boiler, all practically new. and with Misses Sara and Quennie Humphrey for the last two months has returned until a short time before her death. a capacity of 75 barrels per .lay. It entertained a few friends last Saturday If you have tried many other reme- - back to Paint Lick, ---" a.so nas a nrst-c.as- s uolier Process evening and all report a splendid time. 7 dies and doctors' treatments for Rheu-- 1 Misses Minnie Johnson, Alliellendren aracter. bhe leaves one son Corn Mill. Two-stor- y Opposite Pest 0!f.ce warehouse, Mr, and Mrs. Chenault Willis and matism and found they failed, do not and Delia Tinder spent the week-en- d at Sh.' lVed a,mJf.t l ,d,,try- - The & and 10.000 bu. Elevator; Good daughter, of Nicholasvi'le are guests Bath In Connection. be skeptical about trying RHEUMA. their homes in Lancaster. devotion and son was Stock Barn a in , . conditiolK of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis at the Head the testimony of Judge John Barbeautiful to behold. Robert, has the Ljght Plant has onlv been in service Messrs. W. T. Ramsev and W. N. Springs, horst of Fort Loramie, 0. BE SURE IT'S THE 'AU- sympathy of the entire community in ls months and is also eninvin.r in. Carter of Scarlott Co jrt House Virginia Mrs. Walker is sick at her home "After treatment by three doctors are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette this great bereavement. After a short creasing patronage The electric plant BURN HAIR GIRL' here. Mr. J. B. Willis is some better i without result, I have been cured of a Ramsey, service at the gravely Rev .Mahan and U jnstalIed in a solid concrete house. very bad case of Rheumatism by using at this writing. Mr. Hiatt Stigall re- - She Represents Parisian Sage An In Rev Garrison, she was buried in the ' and is oneof the best ci,uipped li,ht ' mains the same. Mrs M. E. Fish is al lira hnttlps nf RHRIIMA. It is now Belevue Cemetery. piant for smal town3 that ean be Hair Tonic. Quickly HI. vigorating jr" most well again. Miss Anna Hutchinson two years since I used the remedy, and L6SS L I SiXJir SIA WOW bought. The mill and light plant wili Previously, is suffering from a deep cold. Mrs, I am still as well as ever. j be sold together and then Removes Dandruff. separately, -- HERE'S THE REASON. Jane Hutchinson has been sick for lilt YA NTS VILLI. I wasacripple, walking with crutches." and we reserve the right to accept the Physician and You can use nothing better than Such testimony shonld be convincing. The fact that there is less dyspepsia several days. better bid. Any one looking for a real 50 cents of R. E. McRoberts guaran- and indigestion in this community than A Pie Supper was given at the Col- Parisian Sage, as sold at drug counters Mr. W. B. Halcomb spent Saturday live business will do well to investigate LANCASTER, KY. teed. there used to be is largely, we believe, lege here Friday night for the benefit everywhere.to make the hair soft, fluffy at Nicholasville. this plant. It is located in one of the Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. due to the extensive use of Rexall of the Domestic Science Department and abundant. It stops itching head, Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose spent last best little tow'ns '" this Part of " Dyspepsia Tablets, hundreds of pack- of the school. A good ciowd attended invigorates the scalp, and removes d Offered with out HUCKKYK. or reserve. Wednesday in Lexington. ages of which we have sold. No won- and a nice little sum was realized. The dandruff with one application. itfcv Hit r ofsaIe-soTERMS -- Made krown The condition of Mr. Henry Tomlin- der we have faith in them. No wonder highest price paid for a pie was $1.60, m U 12 ; .'!. u . If your hair Is getting thin, or is remain about the same. " A. LIPPS. Agent. Messrs; Hugh and Handy Kurtz were we are willing to offer them to you for none sold for less than twenty five harsh, dull and lifeless, do not despair Danville. Ky. in Harrodsburg Thursday. give it attention. 'Frequent applicaMrs. Sam Farlee, of Lancaster, was trial entirely at our risk. "Waj-'ite- b cents. Mr. Reynolds was auctioneer, B- T- - D- - ENGLISH, Among other things, thev contain and the program was a good one, each tions of Parisian Sage well rubbed into here last week visiting relathes. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert is the guest of Pepsin and Bismuth, two of thegeatest enjoying his pie, and a pleasant hour. the scalp will do wonders. Mrs Mattie Houston in Paris. Mrs. R. M. Moss and children have When the hair is falling out, splits, been visiting relatives at Nicholasville. r. Kj Dr. Perkins from Oaklahoma is visit- digestive aids known to medical science. One of the most pleasant occurances Beware of Ointments for I'licnt They sooth the inflamed stomach, allay of the season was the Social given by or is too dry and streaky, surely use ing Mr. and Mrs. Sobert Long. M. Dean and Miss Elizabeth Catarrh that Contain Mercury Mrs. pain, check heartburn and distress, Mr. Montez Fish at his home here. Parisian Sage it supplies hair and Bryant were in Danville Saturday shop :.. mcrrry vill !stri-the Mrs. Robert Carter was the guest of digest the food, and tend to The house was ueautifully decorated scalp needs. Get a 50 cent bottle from help to of smt-J- l i.nl cor.p't ;dy ilersiiiRp :uc M. ing. her mother Mrs. Patience Metcalf at ufcnlc wl.'Ti i i. rinp- it tnroimli quickly restore the stomach to its nat- for the occasion, and music, games R. E. McRoberts at once. It certainly aiti. lib sluuil.: :I Judson. Mrs. Kate Griggo, and children, of tlii miunus Mirf.ii i ts. oept on proscriptions ural, comfortable, healthy state. Mcr r Ik- and elocutionary contests were indul- makes your head feel fine and gives from put.iul,. physicians', as tiie tluinagu ; V. B. Miss Barbara Gulley entertained There is no red tape about our guar- ged in to a late hour, when the guests the hair that enviable gloss and beauty Newby, are visiting Mrs. ll'ey A. ill ia trn Ioil lit iht good ru very delightfully at her home Saturday antee. It means just what it says. froir litem. Hull's un liv F J. Catarrh Cure, mannfacture-iwere invited to the spacious dining you desire, evening. Mr. J. W. Moore, of Nicholasville, Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. lOtil.ilns no Ptiiiit, Lick, We'll ask you no questions. Your word room where delicious cakes and frozen Kentuckv internally, a- - lins - ani1 was over last week for a short visit to n,"rc,u1r'- upon the Mood anil A. D. Miles bought six jersey cows is enough for us. If Rexall Dyspepsia LMtKACHKIiNYIMik. muroiu Mir- Those present dainties were served. fares of the system. In buvlnc Hall's irienus. in Jessamine County, last week, prices Tablets dont restore your stomach to were Misses Myrtle Murrey, Bird PerCatarrh Cure N sure yiiu Ret the senu-- I ranging from $40 to $80. health and make your digestion easy kins, Mary Railey, Mayme Holdman Dr. B. C. Rose bought a "Ford" ire. It ls taken Internally and made in Phon Mr. George B. Colson sold 3 hogs to Ohice Hours i o to III a. in. T"l.Tn. m f se timoni.il- Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co. Tes-- ', 229. runabout last week which he will - free. Mrs. Jennie Broadus left Friday for comfortable, we want you to come and Miss Floyd. Messrs Benton. Claud Mr. J. M. Cress for 40. f-..r... ' i hv Druccist". Price TZc per bottle. Baltimore, Maryland, where she went back for your money. They are sold and Willie Thompson, Harry Collier, Mr. Geo. B. Colson bought some oats ,n ",s Ia"-e-froTake Hall's Family Pills for constipation. M. K. Benny for treatment. She was accompanied only at the 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in John Stephenson, Shelby Newland and Mrs- - Elizabeth Burgess has returned . A. Wheeler Mr. J. S. Pettus at 50 cts. this town only by us. Three sizes, 25c Prof. Hancock of the Graded School. by her son Mr. Cecil Broadus. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Thompson went over to home from Louisville, where she went, Mrs. F. L. to bu her SPrinK " j Kev. O. G. Regan who is the presid- 50c and $1.00- .Mrs. Caltha Newland, Mrs. Allie Pet-tu- s Richmond court with a load of stock. Ollice: Stornes Building met ilnrl .1 trier R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster Ky. ing elder of the Nicholasville charge, and Prof. Hancock rendered splenMr" J- - HoSa" BallartJ was in Frank-o- f "on'-- t Furniture More Mr. Prewit Thompson bought a pair did music. Several excellent violin conducted the Quarterly conference at Frlday and a"ended the Banquet KENTUCKY mules from Mr. F. L. Thompson for fort LANCASTER. McCltEAKY. selections by Prof. Hancock were loud- g25o the Methodist church Thursday and that night at the Capital Hotel. Dur three very Friday and preached ly applauded, and the youngsters will ' ing nis ansence airs, liaiiara visiteu nir Mr. Geo. B. Colson bought a lot of practical sermons. mother, Mrs. H. L. Elder, at NicholasMr. Elisha Forbes is on the sick list. be glad for Montez to repeat the af- corn from Mr. Fisher Herring at 4. ville. fair in the future. vJ Mr. A. D. Bradshaw is visiting home per barrel. xt Jta.'Sy JiL folks here. Cf B0LR50S POULTRY Cl'SE LANCASTER PROOF Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell, of chick's ttroat Mrs. Albert Broaddus is very much Lancaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ars. A ivT drops cr:res tbe Should Convince Every Lancaster Reader. improved, Thompson. drinking vf- - curesin and prevents ch lers, diarrhoea rndottierr'-.-icc.scaseMr. Jack Sebastin visited Mr. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Andv McKmney, of One o: "j!i.isi;i5lIcr.sof The frank statement of a neighbor, Barnett recently. Garrard, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard ,c :.:. 3.li ir The National Weekly U!ni3ft T ' 'e -- "a " telling the merits of a remedy, Dyeheuse. Wt . -- DH Office Phone 27. i Mrs. Eliza Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Residence Phone 3 Bids you pause and believe. Daniel Ray of McCreary. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morgan, of Point $&&& BoorSonasasej Co. l':-!r- , '"Torture-DemonThe same endorsement Has Leavell, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. " Miss Sadie Beasley was the guest of The Old LANCASTER KY. By some stranger far away Got to Leave When ROOT Thompson. Mrs." S. M. Turner last week. Commands no belief at all. Until this year Him JUICE Gets After Mrs. J. B. Hutchins and little Elsie Rev. Warren filled his regular ap- Collier's has been Here's a Lancaster case, Guaranteed. j Hutchins visited her mother, Mrs. sold at $5.50. Now pointment at Antioch Sunday. itiCS ? A Lancaster citizen testifies. the price is $2.50 Good-byEvan Foley. old "torture-demonMiss Leota Ray was the recent at- Read and be convinced. I lieumatism. S5 You've found jour anduehae secured The Spring term of school taught by match at List anil more. You can't light Mrs, C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard ' tractive guest of Miss Her Hill. a concession n herel'.OOT J11CE hie you've fought all the Prsf. Cyrus by we can offer it Johnson began heie MonMiss Lillie Jones was the recent St., Lancaster, Ky., says;"My kidneys medicines. You're conqueied at a still further now for Rood. You've pot to go, and day morning. were out of order and I had pains guest of Miss Lillie Mae Sutton. with take jour une acid and J'our lorturu reduction in conMr. Grov..;-- Sutton, of Brodhead, through my back and kidneys, At tim-' nection with this 1 Mr. Henry Sanders was the guest of J'OU. kTJs.- good stifTerer, we've got Ion't Kidney Pills his sister, Mrs. S. A. Hill Sunday. publication. es I was nervous. Dean's . o'i (.(.ray now right where jou visited his uncle. Mr. George B. Sutton i! - - -- isA1- . ' on Drake's Creek. made me feel much better and stronger - z. Mr. Adolph Beasley has returned Special Offer to Oar Readers ' ' I Sh.-Lib-s, in every way." Mr. and Mrs. Prewitt Thompson Si. home after visiting Mr. Milcy Beasley. demand for ColUtr's U.'.,-1'cIf your back acheb if your kidneys spent a weok with Mr. and .Mis. Win. Kecognizinti thevccrcat matic arranccments at to .e new price. ha e Miss Kittie DicKers', of HuhmonJ, oiler it and our own publication each one car bother you, don't simply ask for a kidPalmer at Point Lenvell. for the price of CVftr'salonc. This U a limited is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Il.ij . ney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's MissC.irrie Spiinklesand Mrs. Hester cu'er and must be taken advantage of promptly. -. .. , '-e v Sut- Mises Ruth Arnold and Flo.-si- e Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Brum and little daughter were isiting their What You Get ir Collier's mett had the remedy backed by home ton attended church at Buckeye Sunday sister, Mrs. F L. Thompson. Foster-- 1 50c all stores. Cottier's is the one bic independent, fearless testimony. MibS Beulah Hendren has been the country. Xot only is it the Mr. and Mrs. William Bartles have weekly of the Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Milburn Co.. Props., BufTalo. N. Y. uest of her gister Mr3 Cecil ur0adu3. handbook but Among gone to hoiiseheeping in Mr. Thomas tcood citizen's the whole family. it is also a the magazine for Uemy ' things that a year's subscription givos aret j Mr. Creed Simpson returned to Lex- Garden. Lunsford's residence on Cedar St. - LOUISVILLE. KY. Editorial V FFMMF MH FRCRlIRn rnnFfF nton Monday after a visit to home- A nice time id anticipated by those 1000 600 News Photos Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. folks. 'Good ISyc, Old IliicumntlHm. I've Con- - who will 250 Short Articles attend the supper to be given popular priced, modem The South' luered You ThlH Time." - ISO Short Stories MILLERSBURG, KY. hotel. Mrs. W. H. Beazley 'and children want him. Your rheumatisr.i 'nJ every- Saturday night, March 7th. by the 100 Illustrated Features ituated in tlir Attolutelr body else's rheumatism lia3 t, .to leave. 2 Complete Norels & Sons. very hart of the retail sii&ppuig cUalrictand Home School For Girls. were recent guests of Mrs. Lizzie Want to prove it without a b.t cl risk? Masonic lodge at this place. An Attractive near all the theatres. Well, you try ROOT JUICE, one bottle, Walker. Friends here are in receipt of letters Collier's . . . . $2.50) Cafe in Louisville, with moderate days and see what happens. If Finest for ten Lexington Kentncfcv Pupils are surrounded with an atmosprices. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray and Miss you don't feel like shouting with delight from Mr. Thomas J. Carden, who is Central Record $i.uo i fortune, take the Gub Breakfast from 25e up; noon day phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Stella Ray attended church-a- t Buckeye at jour good the druggist andback your now located Nurserymen since 1841. get empty bottle to Lunch 50c; table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p. at Cramer, Minn, thatthey money Instantly. That's how good ROOT and safe religious environment. New Sunday. ra. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service JUICE is. The druggist will return the have two feet of snow on the ground In Restaurant. buildings combining all modern convenROOT JUICE without a Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner were price of who says It haa not done word to and the temperatures for the last week a world Orchestral and vocal music iences. Health record unsurpassed. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe anyone ranged from 10 to 50 degrees below of good. r.u chances this time. Academic and College Entrance Cours- Ross of near Nina, recently. You'ro ROOM PRICES He writes he is enjoying good ROOT JIT "" ..s cot to help you and it zeroes. Music Department under skilled : ro than you have any health. will h rp .. With running water sad ' pain and sore idea o. rche and artists trained in Germany, Lecture ness an 1 e tJt3 with all the misery will private toilet $1 per day Wholesale prices direct to the MU- The new organ for our Consolidated and Concert Course. Domestic Science. be gone, rl..;c t beforo you realize it and With private bath 1.50 jou'll feci better tl:r.n you have in many School was eceived Saturday afterconsumer. I have1 a full line The growing popularity of the school up to $3.00 par day a day. Ycu never caw anything clean out noon. It, is one of the best turned out of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and the blood, strengthen tho kidneys, tone is evidenced by the fact that a number Onlcklr reltaTM RhiiTnfct1T-i- - ftarslfna- Large sample rsomi up tho stomach end rcsulate the liver by the celebrated Cornish factory. The We tell Tonhotv-- and ravhKlmarb of pupils were turned away last seswill be pleased to submit samLm. .iiui.iEi.. monprb&etciflt buu ubcutuh. ucuikud 1 o re- and bowels lik3 ROOT JUICE in all your with private bath' $2.50 falls MM Dalns. Your price. We are dealers; established system, puts school library has been increased by the benefits uqtv mr acos iq BUT part ox too iwuj- in! life. It in o vcu, thowhole sion for the lack of room to accommoto $3.50 per day. in lse; and can do BETTER ples and prices. Terms spot strengthens the nervous new life yoa fifteen nunuies use. system. tna agents or commission formerthing in this wido world purchase of sixteen dollars worth of date them. jrnce cue. A.t All xtrugguts. You are cordially invited to make this cash. chants. References any bank in for ol.l Free umpla and circular cent en request. new books. Some maps and pictures notetyour headquarters while in Louisville. Expenses for board, tuition, etc Write for weekly price list. Try It ., UICE this time. Stop exBOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. even if only for a day. Have your mail perimenting and don't 1st anybody talk are soon to be added. The School Im Lexington, Ky. 342 East Main St, M. SABEL A. SONS lower than other schools of like grade. and packages addressed here. You wilt out of,it. It's results or money back provement League gave a box supper vou W. BUSH NELSON, 4 J3 L lariat SL IKISTIUL n. always be a welcome guest. Send for catalog and engage a room with ROOT JUICE. All druc stores Otalert In FUSS, HIDES, WOOL. Lexington, Ky. it and guarantee it at one dollar per in December-anSOBERT B. JONES. Manager. the proceeds, , some Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. early. large bottle. You'll say its worm a $72., made these purchases possible, Millersburg, Ky. hundred. house-keepinI ; Public Sale Veterinary and Dentist. Surgeon 1111111 ' tin-war- e m THE NEW j j ' j 'T ' """""" Barber Shop J. E. Seale,Prop W. i ELLIOTT, Surgeon. ' by-bi- n 1 ' i F. c yu-e- , u.--tJ tt g. Patrick. Hal-com- b. ' po-'ih- ly Dentist ' t ' M ' rf"' . 0S jA BEAZLEY It's Good Bye To ' Rheumatism Now Collier's Funeral Director -' and Embalme, irui-riiRo-- i Collup in Clubs First Time j e, ," "joy-thief- ," TH , Jk mm 3 1 A'',A g? i" r -- si.awnsrPi mars ' ?A 1 .Fruit and bhf.ee rees Asparagus, ;$ ,Phubarb,Gr..pe V?rfs Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. ' j moicl Vatlersbnl 1 tn-- f; H.F.Hillenmeyer $2.50 JJfaJ FIELD SEED. MNEYa t- fm V lon-isvil- le. d fS, 51 i"it"'t? S 4l w Page 8 1 The Central Record, Thursday Men 5, 1914 wuivumn BiniinnVc rAiiuci o de rni itmm! General News. By a decision of the Court of Appeals dpace below tbu beading Is for the excluuse of our farmer aabacrlbersi. and la for be sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to ader-tfse- . No notice will be accepted oer four lines, and will be only In wo Issues of the ECOBD. free of charge For Sale Reasonable. Splendid 5 year old, full Jersey with two weeks old calf. E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. cow FOR sale:-- 3 erood sows and pigs. 40 barrels of corn, 2 good calves. 1 good C. H. Green, driving pony. Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 2. 10 second hand hemp breaks for sale. Mrs. Rebecca West. I wish to buy a 4 or 5 year old har ness mare gentle to drive and sound. Phone 363 A. For Sale raised 1912. Some choice seed corn, Henry Hurt, Hyattsville, Ky. Wanted 10 tons of good clover hay delivered at Lancaster. G. B. Swinebroad. voi sale:-3- 8 acre farm located one mile north of Cartersville will sell cheap matter. The condition of John C. C. Mayo, if sold in the next 30 days who is in a Cincinnati hospital, is reC. I. Rogers, His Paint Lick. Ky. Rout 3. Box 33, ported to show no improvement. physicians say that while his condition Jas. G. Conn has two good stacks of is grave, there is no cause for immediclover hay he wants to sell. See T. ate alarm. W. Conn at Hjattsvillf Ky. Owing to the severe weather of the For Sale Ten bushels of good seed past week, charity organizations all over the country are issuing urgent S. H. Estes. corn. calls for additional funds to assist in For Sale:-- 1 have some good baled relieving the distress incident to the timothy hay for sale. weather conditions. Milton Ward, R. R. 3, A slight blaze in the ''old Governor's Ky. Lancaster mansion" at Frankfort did $1,000 damThe convict fire Lost Duroc gilt, strayed from my age last Saturday. place Feb 10th. Weight about 120 lbs. department was called out and under the direct supervision of Gov. McCreary Reward for information. W. J. Gosney, Marksbury, Ky. fought side by side with the city deWanted to farm a first class jack. The entire East was withinthe grasp Lee Gastineau, R 1, on last Sunday of the most severe Paint Lick Ky. Several blizzard in twenty six years. Mrs. J. M. Cress of Preachersville, lives were lost, wireless put out of com has 50 single comb Brown Leghorn hens mission, telephone and telephone wires deranged, railroad traffic delayed and for sale and a few nice cockerels. general shipping brought to a standStrayed from my place last Saturday still. 21st. a dark brown two year old horse The House Investigating Committee mule. Any information liberally re- has reported to that body that it would V. A. Lear. warded. be inadvisable to break up the so called shipping trust, as it would have a tengood locust posts. FOR SALE;-Som- e The dency to seriouslv cripple trade. Jerry Bland, committee recommends Government Lancaster, Ky. regulation through the Interstate ComFred Conn, Lancaster, has about 30 merce Commission. 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. the Warren County local option election held in 1913 is held valid and Warren county is now dry. A Whirlwind campaign is now on in Louisville to secure by subscription the sum of $300,000 for the purpose of building a home for the Y. W. C. A. . The Louisville & Nashville Railroad company has announced a reduction of rates in Kentucky to 2J cents per mile, to be effective not later than May 1st. At Little Valley, N. Y. Cynthia Buf-fuaccused of the poisoning of her husband, was found guilty and senten ced to die in the chair during the week of April 5tn. A crop of Yellow Pryor tobacco on the Owensboro market brought $16. per hundred pounds, the best price realized for this particular kind of. tobacco since the Civil war. Christy Mattheson, New York's star twirler has been offered $65,000 for a three years contract with the Federal league. He refused the offer and has signed a New York contract. The Senate stood by Postmaster' General Burleson in voting down the uamuiea'i amenament, wnicn wouia curtail the powers of the P. M. G. in the matter of weights of parcels post m J Tlmklns' Little Joke. wai very made an absurd offer for Mr. Tlmklns' extra lot In East Orange. WITHOUT GORN He allowed a day for Mr. Tlmklns to think It over; then called again. "Did you entertain my proposition?" ha asked. "No," said Mr! Timkina. "Your How a Kansas feeder who had little proposition entertained me." New corn to give bis cattle made a success York Evening Post of a ration in which corn bad no place Is told in a recent issue of the Kansas Farmer. That paper says: Mutlc Kept Up. C. F. Henson has reported the results The mother of one family of small e days on a bunch children always takes the hour after of the flrst forty-livof steers which he has been fet'dlnj: the children are snugly tucked in bed without corn. Mr. Henson filled his to keep up her music. It gives the silo with coru. there being but little mother an opportunity to enjoy her corn matured on the crop that be used music and teaches the children to in the tilling. Ho also saved the nrst listen and enjoy fine music. cutting of clover hay, getting it up at the right time so that the quality was Surely the Limit. exceptionally good. Overheard on a street car: "I hate On Nov. l." Mr. Henson bought one head of steers.-- averaging 022 to knock my own brother, but if igpounds in weight. They were rather norance was an alley that boob would plain, native cattle. On getting them be a boulevard." Kansas City Star. home they were placed in a feed lot and for the first fifteen days had free Fully Supplied. access to straw and were given three Maid "If you please, m'm, man ounds of cottonseed meal daily per steer and all the silage they would has called with a bill." Mistress "Tell him we have some already!" clean up. Beginning on the first day of December these cattle were given a feed of Carelessness a Bad Fault. Want of care does us more damage tiian want of knowledge. Benjamin Ifranklln, FATTENING STEERS Mr. Spriggs, who t, sixty-- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Belle Tatum, et al, Plffs. .. tvHa2w 'Bm ". . ' - .r sv v v v. " 'w. partment. The Abenleen-Anffu- s breed of beef cattle have of late years forged to the front as economical producers of beef of the highest quality. At the International Live Stock show they beat nil comers. In carload lots as well as In exhibits of single fat animals of all beef breeds the Aberdeen-Angus carried away the prize. Including the grand championship. At the present time the Aberdeen-Angus is probably the most popular of the beef breeds in this country. The illustration pictures the grade Aberdeen-Angu- s steer which won the grand championship at the International. If B'Doty, Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE:- - Eresh Jersey cow, with heifer calf. Good milker and very rich. Fred Conn, Route No 1. Dimocs for Sale On County Court Da3 Feb 23, I will haye some of my bred gilts and males at Ross' Stock Pens, to sell. Call and see them. B. F. Robinson. n I have the Pure Bred White eggs for sale 50 cts. per setting. Orph-ingto- J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. Fied Conn has 30 acres of corn land and 20 acres of grass to rent. 5 room house, woll watered. Either money or ;rop rent. 'FOR SALE: Good second hand W. B. Moss. riage. Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE:-- 2 car-Mr- s. ment where convicts are transported. Probably one of the quaintest convicts who crossed the passes and entered this penal settlement, writes Captain H. L. Haughton in "Sport and Folk Lore In the Himalaya." was a fine tabby cat. This cat was convicted of no less offense than that of killing and devouring a parrot and a pet myna belonging to the old inaharajan and was sentenced to penal servitude for life. A very old officer of the Kashmir army told the writer that be remembered this cat in Bunjl, and that it was allowed a ration of flour daily by the state. Captain Haughton alludes also to n case where a dog and a pestle were brought to trial: A. dog playing in the courtyard of a i native house ran against a big wooden pestle used for pounding grain, which , In falling killed a baby sleeping under-- 1 neath it The dog and the pestle were both brought before the Judge, who convicted them both and sentenced them to a term of bard labor. ( Cat and Dog Convicts. Beyond the lovely vale of Kashmir, across the Indus, lies a desolate settle- clover hay during the middle of the day, each steer receiving about fifteen pounds. The cottonsepd meal in the meanwhile had been increased to five pounds per head. The whole ration of cottonseed meal was fed with the morning feed of silage, and in the evening they were given another feed ofsilage. the total consummation dally amounting to about thirty pounds per steer. Mr. Henson reports that on the flrst day of January be weighed these cattle and found tbey bad made a gain of-1pounds per steer. Mr. Henson thought be should allow for a 3 per cent shrinkage, which would make the net gain per steer 120 pounds for the forty-fiv- e days since they were started on feed. The plan is to continue feeding these cattle for thirty days more without corn and then add some shelled corn to the ration for the next thirty days. So far the results in feeding this bunch or steers have been very atisfactory to the owner. 52 J In Sydney street. Chelsea, England, people are living rent free. But this is place so distinguished. Lost Red Duroc Hog, last seen on not the only of a house in parts of When the lease Buckeye pike near Davidson's store. England is running out the owner Finder please notify W. B. Moss and sometimes finds it more economical to receive reward. abandon his property and avoid paying the ground landlord $500 or so on what are termed dilapidations. Meanwhile the tenant lives happily without a landHUISIiLE lord. Some bouses are forsaken even when the leases are not expiring. Here A young gentleman of Jellico, visited the explanation is that the owners are I mortgaged up to the extreme limit. one of our belles, Sunday. If Bowen W. Givens Jr., has been visi- - tax rates go up and rents go down there is no balance left to maintain the prop-- I ting Harrodsburg relatives. erty and so it is not worth keeping. sold a Jersey S M. Spoonamore suouia tne property require Heavy exheifer to Tyler Messer for $43. penditure for repairs the mortgagees Chas. .Ham, of Garrard, bought a refrain from claiming it- - Occasionally, too, owners die. leaving no one to .suc-- bav gelding of J. S. Roberts for $70. ceed them, and then tenants with sufLevisa E. Harris. Mary Lee ficient audacity can He low and Misses .and .Elizabeth E. Givens were visitors "squat" until twenty years' undisturbau Danville Friday. ed possession gives them permanent MrsH. D. Fry e and the Misses Lutes ownership. were guests of Mrs. T. D. Newland, in Picked the One Fitting Word. Stanford, Saturday. In the opinion of fastidious judges as Mr. Jack McDowell had returned to well us In that of thp nnhlic John Pari3 after a visit to Mrs. Sallie Rob- -, Bright was the best parliamentary inson and other relatives. speaker of his day. He had all the Messrs. Arch Frye and Walter Mc. physical attributes of a great orator. Kinney of Hustonville and MR. Salem, i Including a splendid voice. His diction, largely from the English Bible have been the guests of relatives and drawn and Milton, was further enriched by a friends. I knowledge of all the great English Tae'Book Club recently organized in poets, and his most recent biographer. this neighborhood was delightfully en- George Macaulay Trevelyan. claims for tertained last Thursday evening .by htm thp nddlHnnnl distinction of on In- w h.k .lo.l.t' VMlJ Y.. ..V.4 1. nM Mr. ana Mrs. n. u. rrye, most unerring. air. H. J. Luce had, a mule badly inIn the house of commons atxhe crisis jured being scared by an automobile, of the Crimean war Bright daringly wire fence. said: aad was run into a barb cutting its shoulder very badly. 'The angel of death has been abroad Mrs. Al Luce, while on her way to throughout the land; you may almost Lancaster, last Thursday, was pain- "i"" 77i injured when the horse she was j He carried It off triumphantly, but fully arterward ,M to him: driving became frightened, throwing If you nan 8aid flapping' the house haye ianghed." her out of the bugger. She is reported I as doing nicely. yearling colts for sale, or will trade for cattle. John A. Conn Jr. Living Rent Free. Pasture For Swine. Professor John M. Evvnrtl. swine expert at the Iowa experiment station, in a recent address pointed out the respects in which com was deficient as a food for animals and then proceeded to show how this deficiency can best be met. Forage crops, when they can be had. offer the best means of meeting this lack and among thee crops rape and alfalfa stand out In fact, rape is without a peer. It is the best of all forages for swine, feeding value alone considered. It is second to alfalfa only in number of pigs which it an support per acre (twenty-fiv- e for rape and forty-thre- e I for alfalfa and in ease of management. In order of general desirability ' red clover comes next, followed by blue grass and sweet clover. Groom the Colts. Groom the young colts just as regu- Defts. Louis Kincaid, et al, Pursuant to judgment rendered at the March Term. 1914, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m., or thereabouts, on MONDAY. MARCH 23, 1914, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: The same land that was inherited by narties hereto bv virtue of the will of John Hurt, Sr., dated September 10th, 1906, and probated Marcn zo, isuo. in the Garrard County Court and recorded in the Garrard County Clerks otnee in Will Book "Z," page 98. and is bound ed as follows: Tract No 1. In Garrard County, Ky. on Back Creek and on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road and bound ed as follows: Beginning at a point in the center of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and corner to John Tatum; thence with said Tatum S 27 E 16.83 chains to a stone S 5 E 15.67 chains to a stone corner to Mrs Rout; thence with her line S 3 W 15.63 chains to a stake S75J W Dassme J. G. Bum- side corner at 15.32 chains, in all 22.85 chains to a stone corner to the said Burnside: thence with,.same N 1$ W 25 67 chains to a hackberry; thence N 27 E 12.90 chAins N 641 W 10.80 ehams to a point in the center of Back Creek; thence leaving said Burnside and down Back Creek N. 36 E 4.86 enams. N b& E 2.40 chains N 6 E 4.34 chains to center of aforesaid Richmond and Lancaster turnnike: thence with the center of said turnpike N 81 E 10.75 chains S 70 E 1.75 chains to the beginning, containing 96.84 acres. Tract No 2. Adjoins traet No t and is bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in center of Back Creek and corner to tract No 1 and i line to- - J. G Burnside: thence with said Burnside N 64 J W 9.47 chains to a stake, N 16J; E 3.50 chains to a point ia center oi iticn-mon- d and Lancaster turnpike; thence with center of said pike S 74 E 3.42 chains N 71 E 6.43 enains to a stake corner to W. P. Kincaid heirs; thence with their line S 8 E 4.60 ehains to a point in center of Back Creek and corner to tract No 1; thence with tract No 1 and up said creek S 36 W 4.86 chains to the beginning, containing 5.73 acres. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate and divide the proceeds arrong the persons entitled to- receive the same as their rights may be ad - stake, corner to Cunningham; thence N 6 E 8 to another stake; thence S 89 W 10 poles to a stake near a young walnut, his corner; thence N 67J W 901 poles to a beech and ash stump, corner to same; thence N 78j W 66 poles to a stake; thence N 82J W 80 poles to a large poplar, said corner 111 poles to a stake and beech pointer; thence S 10 W 49 poles to a stake on top of Dix River cliff; thence along the top of said cliff S 831 E 10 poles to a stake S i pole South of a cedar pointer S 87J E 32 poles to a stake 21 links West of a hick ory pointer S 83 E 23 poles S 89 E 18 poles S 80 E 18 poles N 84 E 12 poles S 71 E 34 poles S 80 E 28 poles S 71 E 42 poles to a cedar and ash sprouts N 89 E 18 poles to an ash. elm and hickory sapling, S 70 E 10 poles to a cedar N 74 E 3 poles to another cedar S 88 E 21 poles to another cedar S 69 E 255 poles to a white oak S 56 E 321 poles to a stake near a locust pointer S J W 26 poles to a stone S 24i W 141 poles to a hickory stump; thence along the fence with Theo Dunn's line N 89J E 51 poles N 801 E 15 poles N 73J E 103 poles to a stone marked "A"; thence S 3 E 20 poles S 23J E 24 poles S 2J E 7.2 poles to a lynn and white oak on said branch; thence S 84 E 4.6 poles to the beginning containing One Hundred and Nine and one fourth acres (1991 A), together with all the cliff land hereto and properly belonging to the above described boundary and containing seventyfive acres (75 A) more or less. Be ing the same land conveyed to William F Hager by J. it. by deed dated January 13, 1910, and recorded in deed book No 26, page 399, Garrard County Clerk's offica, and by Wm. F. Hager to P. W. Hager and others by deeds dated February 11th, 1910, and December 9th 1913, and recorded in Deed Book No 26, page 173. and Deed Book No 30, page 510. uarrard Uierk's office. The purpose herein is to sell the land jointly held and indivisible and divide the proceeds arising therefrom among the parties as their rights may appear. TERMS. The sale will De made on a credit of six and twelve months and the pur chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price due in six and twelve months bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment up on which execution may issue payable to W. H. "Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circn.t Cotrrt, and a lien willbe reserved upon the property sold until all of the purchase money is pain. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. G. B. Swinebroad, Atty for Plffs. Capt. Am Bocrne. Anct. ty-Ni- Costs Mill m SvHV Better CALUMET BAKING a Less Bakes Ut J -- .a.! Hi??.'."; sfAxtmzIft POWDER gU'J W ECONOMY t'5 Itinsurcswholesomefood.tastyfood-uniformlyraisedfoo- Ijil Jj IjS MjJ jj' j!' ftj one thins are looking for in these Javs of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder- ful saving in your baking. But it does more. d. ru fSi ssX&g' pTtTTljnJT MKfr Gilumet is made risht to sell rijrht to bake ripht. Ask one of the millions of women who us- - it or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition. Cnic.iro. III. ParisExpositioo. France. Much. 1912. jft!tfME?f jr7t "JfllirMlrfllr U ALvMh Qz QlsSjjffl !, My rU. Xlr g Y ? Wt urt Baser tmiiii ! latin pnr Jer. D't Vt to ki T W ciep Ut reiki. Gdimrt U far mpwiarsbtei. Bar Cilaut. wfaUniM lim fxa mi mlkaij wdw TOBACCO FOE In SALE, order to have good tobacco plants for sale, it is neccessary for you to use good canvas. We Comm issionerr s will furnish you the best grades Sale Of Land at 3 to 3ic. a yard, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Eliaa A. Hurt, Adm'r. et al, Plffs. VS. Louis Kincaid, et al, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March. Term, 1914. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the- Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A M or thereabouts, on MONDAY, MARCH, 23 1914, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real, estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: The land that parties hereto derived title to by inheritance from. Eliza A. Hurt, deceased and is described as follows i Said land is in Garrard County, Ky., and is in two tracts, oni the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and is bounded as follows; . Tract No. It (Known as the "Home-place"- ). Beginning, at a point in the center of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpme and corner to Nick Palmer; thence with the center of the said, pike the following courses and distances S 20. E 7.33 chains S 50 E4S. chains to corner of John Hurt land; thence with, it S 741 E. 3.42. chains N 71 E.6.43 chains to a stake corner to said Hurt land and W. P. Kincaid heiis' line N 751 E. 3.30 chains to a point in the center of said pike, corner to Kincaid heirs and to John Hurt land; thence with Hurt line and center of pikeN 81 E. 10i75. chains; thence leaving Hurt tract and falling into and down Back Creek N 30iE10.19 chains N2SW 3.86 chains to a point in the center of Back Creek, corner to Quinn Denny; thence with said Denny N 874 W 12L4S chains to a stake in line to John Higginbotham; thence with his line S 2 W 2.5 chains ta a forked black walnut; thence N 63 W passing VTrgl Gastineau; corner at 1615a chains and same course continued with Gastineau. in ail 19t6t chains to-stone corner to NIek Palmer; thence with sard Palmer S Ul W 9 90 chairs to the beginning, containing 44.75 acres. Tract No. 2; (Known as the "W. S. Walker Tract): Beginning at a point in the middle of the Richmond and Lancaster pike opposite the mouth of a dirt road, corner to Florence E. Wal ker; thence with said road and line to said Walker N 5 E aat poles to a stake corner to Capt. John Doty; thence his line N 8S1 W passing said Doty corner at 49 poles and then Wm Koyston s line, in all 88.2 "poles to a stake corner to Wm. Koyston; thence with Koyston line S 23 W 75 poles tn a point in the midble of the Richmond and Lancaster pike opposite a stone corner to said Koyston, thence line to said pike and its meanders S 65 E 14.7 poles S 70 E 20 poles S 85 E 12 poles. S 42 E 13J poles S 26J E 10 poles JN 89 E 51 poles to the beginning, containing 58J acres. The Commissioner will first offer said tracts separately, offering the "Home-place- " first, and then we will offer both tracts as a whole and accept the bid or bids realizing the most money. The purpose of this sale is to pay the debts against the estate and to settle the estate and divide the proceeds after the payment of debts among the persons entitled to receive the same as their rights may be adjudged. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, one half due in six mqntbs and one half due in twelve "months bearing six per cent interest Jjertannum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon--, which, execution may issue, payable, tp'W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. O. C. L. L. Walker. Att'y for Plffs. Capt Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. - -G- OLD META- L: Sow our Gold Metal field seed and you Will get the best results. Our prices are right. Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. judged." Capital $50,000. A.R R. 1 Surplus $30,000. S. Said two traets win De onercu arately and as a whole and the accept the bid or bids that will bring the most money. sep- ENUY. Ptesxkat. i. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Jm&RY, TERMS. on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds Ua aota njilt Vie. made- Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, a DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. "r w """ "", larly and just as thoroughly as the other horses This is necessary for the sake of tli- - health of the young animals, and it gives good results in other ways. The colt that is accustomed early in life to stand ipilptly ana submit, to a thorough grooming with currycomb and brush will he a more valuable animal when the time comes to break It to harness than the animal that has never been touched since it was a suckling colt. It always pays GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. to begin handling the colts at an early date. Plffs. S. W. Hager, et al, vs Live Stock Comfort Pays. Defts. Leona Hager, et al, Do not forget to provide for the comrendered at Pursuant to a fort of your Il7e stock of every kind. the March Term judgment undersigned 1914. the Get up bedding and see that the stalls Commissioner will sell at public auction the quar- before the Court House door in Lancas for the horses and cattle and ters for all other kinds of live stock ter, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. or there-abou- ts on ant well bedded and made comfortable. In this way not only will the stock MONDAY. MARCH 23, 1914. winter better and on less feed, but a itbeing'the first day of the Garrard large quantity of manure can be pro- Countv Court Term the real estate vided for next summer's crops. Ma- mentioned in the pleadings and describ nure, above all other things. Is what ed as follows: much of our lands need most. Located and being in Garrard County Kv.. on the waters of Dix River and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a :take 6 feet West of a pin ash, a new corner on a hillside; thence with line of the .part 'left William Jennintra N 1 E 218.64 poles to a stake 9 feet West of a young cherry; I thence N 721 W 8 poles to a fallen honey locust; thence N 561 W 40 Ples Tor Infaati and Children. to a stake in Smith's line, corner to nie KM YnHivi Always iMglit Cunningham; thence with her line' S 12 124 poles to another staxe; tnence S 811W 29.6 ooleslto a stake on the West Bears the aide of an old lane: thence S 81 W 49.4 && I Signature of poles to a stake on the same side of the I lane; thence S 791 W 47.4 poles to a with approved security for the purchase price, one half doe in six months and one nan aue in iweive uiunuu bearing six per cent interest per an-m AU, rlota rrtil nnirl., havinfr the .. u..." j c IUI1 force and' effect of a judgment upon may issue, pay ante v which execution W H Pnnni Master fommisstoner of the Garrard Cireuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until 'all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. L. L. Walker. Atty for PJffs. ' Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. fm Samual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent For Sale. farm located in Franklin County, Indiana, 5 miles from Brook-villfree pike. Land is .rolling, black lime stone soil, will grow clover, corn, alfalfa and tobacco,100 acres in timber which we reserve, 40 acres in clover, balance in pasture. Buildings: 1 stone house, 4 rooms, 1 frame house, 6 rooms, 2 large barns and other buildings. Will sell 80 acres with stone house or 155 acres with frame house. Price is $40.00 per acre and we reserve timber. cash, balance on time with 6 per Can give possession at once. Terms, cent interest. If interested call on or write ug. 235 acre e, Indiana on CASTOR A ; T 2-19-3t. WLLENBRAND CO, ttatesvme, maiana I ".vr'. ,3i .O't&feai . A- - t