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NUMBER 49. imssxssxmmmssKmmmmsss You will soon be needing a "Lid On" In Lexington Last Sunday. Mr. R. H. Pettus had the misfortune to slip and fall upon the pavement on North Main street a few days ago and break his arm, and he is now carrying the member in a sling. Somerset Journal. Turnpike Contracts. DISC HARROW and you will naturally be interested in buying a good one. This We Have To Offer You, We carry in stock the New In this issue of the Record will be found the annual announcement of the reception of bids for contract work on the turnpikes of the county, together with specifications and full information for those who desire to bid upon the work. John Kennedy Dead. Lexington had a tight Sunday, prob ably the first one for a long time. Saloons, grocery stores and barbershops were apparently closed tight. The new state of affairs accasioned very little inconvenience, as such action had been anticipated and the public had provided itself with the where with to prepare a Sunday dinner before hand, as had many others who desired to quench their thirst with something stronger than water during the Sabbath. Sales Of Land. Surely the path of a City Councilmen just ask one of them. is not strewn with roses, MBgJlBfHjiijycWfflrrHJirrti. MMMMMmMJMM Hudson & Hughes, have the most complete stock of Highest Grade Seed Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that can be found in the state. They do not carry but one grade and that is the best money can buy. A New Citizen. I TO SAVE TIME Labor and Money and to get the full benefit of your investment in Grass Seed. USE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are re joicing over the arrival of a ten pound boy. The youngster Jbeing christened Robert Elliott. W. C. T. U. Remembers Hughes & Swinebroad, the real es- Mrs. Burnett. i "N All of the trustees in the county are requested to meet in the Police Court Room at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning, March 17th, to hear Miss Lida B. Gard ner, superintendent of schools of Nicholas county, on subject of Kentuc It is all Steel and Iron except the tongue, is ky Educational Association. Blanks practically indestructable and while simple for taking census will be distributed. Barker Convicted. All teachers, and those who are inter Hunter Irvine Buys Palatial Home. in construction and easy to operate is strongested on the subject are invited to Robert Barker was found guilty by a jury in the circuit court last Friday of O. H. Irvine has purchased the three- - attend. ly built on mechanical lines, based on years the killing af John Eason and his pun- story brick residence, formerly owned Welcome Guests. ishment fixed at confinement in the and occupied by the late Dr. John G. of experience, out of the best material and Cecil, at the corner of St. James Court Drawn hither by the big Paint Lick penitentiary from two to twenty one years, Ihe killing occurred at locust and Magnolia avenue, the consideration damage suit against the L & N rail Grove School house on Hebron Ridge in being in excess of 20,000. The house road, pretty much every business man this county on Sunday afternoon March is one of the handsomest in the southern in Paint Lick has been in Lancaster residence section. It is situated on a this week, and with out an exception 16, 1913. The men were brothers-in-law- " seventy-seve- n The every one of them paid their respects feet wide. the deceased Eason having marri- lot and can be furnished either with truck or ed a sister of Barker. The difficulty trnnsfer was made through J. Lithgow to the Record office. They are a rep which preceded the killing had its Smith, of the Fidelity & Columbia resentative body of men, business men tongue. origin in matters pertaining to their Trust Company. Courier Journal. of the most progressive stamp, capable Mr. Irvine is well known, in and was of rising above adverse circumstances domestic relations. The dead man was We also carry a complete line of Corn about thirty years of age and lett a a former resident of Lancaster, the and pushing their various callings to wife and two children, Barker is a oldest son of the late Prof. J. L. the front rank in the face of what Planters, Cultivators, Land Rollers and Varwidower and has four children, one of Irvine, who taught school here for seemed almost complete ruin, as was whom at the time of the killing was an many years. O. H. Irvine married demonstrated by them after the treious Plows. infant in arms and was being cared for Miss Susie Harris, a niece of Judge E. mendous damage done at the time of The W. Harris of this place. Mr. Irvine is the disastrous flood in their thriving by the wife of the dead man. prosecution was conducted by Com the proprietor of the Old Kentucky little city; courteous gentlemen, one ti and all, we welcome to our city, and monwealth Attorney E. V. Puryear as- Distillery in Louisville. sisted by attorney J. E. Robinson. The hope that they may come oftener and Sure Lancaster Wants To Get In. stay longer. defend?nt was represented by Attorney There is a movement on foot in DanJ. I. Hamilton and L. L. Walker. ville to organize a league of ball teams Children Under 12 Years Not To Be Ad- among the towns in this part of the Folk Lore. mitted To Reform School. state, and Lancaster is mentioned as . We have been accused of being The State Prison Commission has one ofthe towns likely to wanta place. because we professed a We are sure that we voice the senti- made a ruling that children 12 years of , belief in the predictions of the ground ment of innumerable fans in this com age and under sent to that institution hog, and circumstances have fully jusmunity when we say "we sure do" will be returned to the county from tified our belief, and the sagacious The want to enter, and we hope that some which they were received. animal has been proven of better charof our boys who have not passed the children ranging in ages from 9 to 12 acter "for truth and veracity" than playing age, will take the matter up years of age, some twenty five in numsome people we know. Stimulated by ane make arrangements for a goad ber, now in the institution, will be rethis justification in our faith we are Tomorrow is Friday, the 13th. Step New Chief Of Police In Danville. team in Lancaster curing the coming turned as rapidly as possible to the constrained to call th attention of our county from which they were received. cautiously. George Thurmond was elected Chief readers to the fact that tomorrow, season. If there is anything in the The Commission takes the view that world that will make Lancaster people Snows came and went last week like of Police of Danville over W. S. Fitz- Friday, again falls upon the 13th day the Reform School is no place for gerald by a vote of 8 to 4. Mr. Thur- of the month. Now traditions handed loosen up their purse strings it is a the proverbial June frosts. children of such tender years. County mond will succeed Logan Wood, who down to us warns us to be exceedingly winning "home team", they will go the is St Patrick's day, the day takes charge of limit, both as to physical and financial Judges, and courts before whom such Tuesday the Danville postoffice caution upon this particular day, to be support. Why last year in lieu of any- cases are tried are requested to give of the "wearers of the green". on April 1st. exceedingly careful of our undertakings. thing else in the way of a ball game, heed to this ruling. Of course we do not expect every one Farmers are growing impatient to the Lancaster fansave their unquali Gets New Trial. to believe as strongly in such matters fied support and patronage begin the burning of tobacco beds. to the local Three Garrard County Convicts To Be Mat Brock who was convicted in as we do, or to go to the limit of car colored team, and by the way, it was a How about a Central Kentucky BaseFreed. rying the left hind leg of a grave yard uituiituuri. last weeK ana given an rabbit in their posket, but we do ad- good one. ball League with Lancaster By the recent decision of the Court indeterminate sentence of from one to Are We To Have A Fair This Year. of Appeals in the DeMoss case, 422 five years in the penitentiary for an vise them to exercise a reasonable amount of caution. February 13th fell Wright assault upon Prof. Ben Evans, has been upon Friday, and everyone knows what Our readers can best answer the convicts will be given their freedom at Pianos tuned and repaired. 232 at the Frankfort ReformaWalker & Son, Piano Factory, Rich- granted a new trial. This action was miserable weather conditions accompa- above question. It would be the easiest once, taken because of some technicality in d matter possible to organize a Fair As- tory and the remainder of the number mond, Ky. the proceedings incident to his former nied it, and that many people suffered sociation in Garrard county. All that at the institution at Eddyville. The accidents from falls on the slippery Parole Board has just finished its labors The lion has had his share of March trial. streets and sidewalks, and now coming is needed is someone to take the initia- of compiling a list of those entitled to so far. will he now rive place to the herein the next month following, we advise tive. Those who have done this parole under the new ruling with the lamb for the finish. His Annual Call. extra caution. The same thing occurs tofore find their time so taken up by above result. Three men sent from no time Capt. William Brown, who has had in November, three times during the other matters that they have The Lancaster small boy is beginning to devote to this especial business. In Garrard county will secure their freein his sleep and the charge of the Paint Lick section for year, very unusual, and we shall offer to "bat 'em out" the meantime, the time is waning, dom at once under the ruling, they are larger, tho' no less enthusiastic fan, is the L & N railroad since time immem- a sigh of relief when we have safely other towns around us are claiming Dave Denny, sent for malicious cutting orial, was a visitor in Lancaster Tues- passed all of the "Friday, the 13ths" not far behind him. dates and making preparations to give and wounding, served two years, Homday, called here in the damage suit sn the year. an exhibition, why not Lancaster? In er Rsed. housebreaking, served two Looks like our neighboring town of against his company. He, as he invar- days not long past we bore the reputa- years, both of the above are colored, Danville is going to trail in our foot- - iably does, made a pleasant call at thp Governor Signs Insurance Measure. tion for giving one of the best exhibi- and Quincy Tankersley. manslaughter steps and build a cooperative hotel. Record office. years. Almost immediately after it was sub- tions in the state. That reputation is served three It's easy brothers, ask Lewis Landram. mitted to him, la3t Saturday afternoon, not gone beyond recall, it would be an Meeting Of All Classes Of Kentucky New Hotel For Danville. Gov. McCreary signed the famous easy matter to reestablish it. Let A slight break at the water works Citizens To Be Held In Louisville Insurance bill. This ac- some good man take the matter up, and caused a half hours suspension of the Mr. M. G. Weisincer has been crnnt. Glenn-GreeHer- - ed immunity from taxes and tion was taken within an hour after it he will find it an easy matter to enlist plant Sunday morning, but Sup't April 10. water ron quickly had it repaired, merely a rate in Danville for a period of five had been signed by ihe officers of the the assistance of ample means and men Along All Lines Immediately following to push the enterprise to a successful check valve slipped. years on a new hotel which he is to two houses. build on the site of the old Clemens this action four of the leading insurance finish. Who will try it? It's Object. The onlv church service in town Sunday nouse. worK will beein within sixtv . companies notified the Insurance Com- , Soon To Be A Serious Proposition. Baptist church, but Bro. days and the new was at the missioner that they would suspend bus- ( structure will The 17th Annual Congress for EducaBeagle was fully equal to the occasion. the site of the old hotel and an Farmers are already in many instances tion In The South, or a Conference of adjoin- - iness in this state, they did not signify was serving his congrega- ing lot. Bro. Pollitt their intention of withdrawing from compelled to haul materiel a long dis- farmers and other business men is to be tion at Hubble, Rev. Smith at Buena the state, or make any kind of threats, tance to burn tobacco beds, nor is the held in Louisville on April 10th,hav-in- g Vista and Bro. Tinder was away holdbut simply signified their intention of hauling the most serious pait of the Jones. as its object to organize and build ing a meeting. siisnendinf. Whether or not nthpr job, securing the material is where the up country life by demonstrations, exMrs. Martha Jones died at her home companies will do likewise, and just rub comes in. So scarce is wood be in mercer o., last Saturday and was what effect the passing of the measure coming in this country, that in order to hibits, conferences and addresses. Hon. Last Notice To Taxpayers. Johnson N. Camden of Versailles is buried Sunday. Mrs. Jones was a will have upon the insuring public, re- secure material for this work, farmers President and Prof. T. J. Coates AH persons indebted to the Lancas sister of the late John M. McRoberts mains to be seen. many instances are compelled to ter Graded School for taxes for the and an aunt of R. E, McRoberts and One of the most important facts for in clear thickets, oft times for their Ten thousand interested Kentuckians 1912 and 1913 are warned to call Mrs. Joe Mount. She was a member years me general puDiic 10 understand in neighbors. Every year this problem are expected to attend, and Garrard and settle same at once and save cost of the Presbyterian church and her connection with this bill, it that it can grows moro and more serious, the county should help to swell the crowd. advertising and selling property. of death marks the passing away of all in no way affect insurance policies. material harder to obtain, the distance The railroad fare will be $3,60 for the E. W. Harris, Treasurer. the members of the old McRoberts The provisions of the bill, to every to go for it grows longer, and unless in round trip, and there will be lots of en family. She was a womon noted for owner pf insurable property. the near future the science of this proQUIT PAYING RENr. her devotion to her family and her The bill in brief, extends the poweis gressive age furnishes some solution tertainment to make the trip both a profitable and pleasant one. At this Your rent money is gone forever. charity to all. of the State Rating Board to supervise for the problem, the burning of tobacco meeting there will be organized farmers Take the same amount and pay on your the aplication of the schedules of fire beds will have become a thing of the clubs, boys clubs, girto clubs, country own home. If you con not buy a large Infant Daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. insurance rates fixed by the board, and past. And this is more serious than school and country church demonstrafaatn, buy a "baby" farm. We can which schedules are now being applied the mere statement would imply; there tions, demonstrations of the various Rice Dead. sell you any number of acres from 3 by the companies according to rates are many farmers who would discon- phases of the Womans Club. The clubs acres to 36 acres, first class land, right Much sympathy is expressed for Mr. made by their own acturial bureau, to tinue the growing. of tobacco altogether will be organized and conducted as if on pike.Igood building sites, right -- at and'Mrs. Z; T. Rice of Richmond be- which" all the companies sub'scribe. unless' their seed beds were properly for permanent work and in each will be school and churches and store, 6 miles cause pf the death of their eightmonths The bill levies a tax. of one per cent burned; nor do we know but they exhibit, demonstration-- and of three Cotmtyseats, splendid neigh- old daughter whichccured in that city on all premiums for the support of the would be justified in such a step. We combined conferency. There will be noted men borhood. Will sell on easy terms. on Sunday. Mrs. Rice was formerly board and to defray the expense of the have never heard of a seed bed being to take part in the For price and further parriculars ap-- . Miss Amy Davidson of this county. broadened powers of supervision. This sown without having been previously and women present work and to assist in the demonstrately to. Hughes & Swieebroad, Mayor L. G. Davidson went to Rich- tax will bring into the board approxi- burned, but without expert ' advice on ing, andin the course of the meeting Lancaster; Ky. mond Monday and accompanied the mately $42,000. ' The boarf may em the subject, are inclined to the theory there will be excursions to Blue Grass P. S. We can sell you 50 acre farms, funeral party to this place where the ploy as many experts and clerks as it that it would be a failure; and the I farms. The nlee&hg Is calculated to acre iarms ana up to 500 acre remains were laid to rest in the local I sees'fitr within he amount .raised iby plants would be literallytaken by the ke-- both'fiighly " iuu instructive andinrest ' ' cemetery on Tuegd8xmornitu& " J'' " farms, at the right prices the tax. "taayweeks; ling. " h ky in - TORNADO John Kennedy, aged 18 years, son of Mr. Joseph Kennedy of Richmond, died in Middlesboro last Friday and his remains were brought to his home in His death Richmond for interment. He was due to ptomaine poisoning. was taken ill in Florida where he had been employed in the automobile business, and was being hurried to his home in Richmond, but died when he reached Middlesboro. The deceased was well known in Lancaster and was a nephew of Mrs. J. A. Arnold and Mrs. J. C. Doty of the county. Mrs. Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arnold and Miss Brunette Arnold went to Richmond Saturday to the funeral. tate men, report the following sales recently made for G B. Swinebroad a member of the firm. To J. T. Roberts 12.84 acres at $100. per acre, to J. B. Hughes 4 acres at $125.00 per acre, to the McKendree Methodist Church for a parsonage 4.83 acres at $125.00 per acre, to Messrs Tankersley and Mrs. Nash 20 acres at $100.00 per acre, to W. S. Owsley 71. acres at $100.00 per acre, to George Beazley 2.60 acres at $115.00 per acre and to several other parties from one to 5 acres at $100. to $115.00 per acre. All of the above sales are a part of the land purchased by G. B. Swinebroad from S. M. Spoonamore at Hubble Lincoln County. These real estate men still have a part of the land left which they expect to divide and sell in small tracts. The local Chapter of the W. C. T. U. presented Mrs. Burnett with an elegant souvenir spoon as a token of their and appreciation of her long, faithful and pleasant connection with that body. Mrs. Burnett will make her future home in Shelbyville, and with her departure the W. C. T. U. will lose one of their most enthusiastic and useful members. Notice To Trustees. 5 SEEDER Sold and Warranted by HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. we Guarantee its durability Equal To Any Lancaster, Ky. irfiiTHMrSfiWEiiBrSMfriMpJii :5JirsrifrgiiTiai alii 31 P 3E 35E 3E "LIVE AND LET LIVE.4 CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Account m WAS 4t-P- DUE January 1st (. n i 7-- to J sec-retat- y. and as yet you haven't called topay same. I need money to meet my obliga-an- d will be forced to place all of my accounts for collection if not settled at once. Call and pay your account and save cost. -- H. T.Los an Ill Lancaster, Kentucky. "xr r - niifirirnri inii rip !.. .o ji- - ,V.i Page 2 y The Central Record, Thursday Mch 12, 1914 SUNDAY SCHOOL. First Quarter, v SWEET m llll Lesson XI. Five Daily Call to Prayer. At sunrise tno light sleepers are awakened by the long, mellow cry of the muezzin from bis tower: God Is great! I testify that there Is no God but God! For I testify that Mohammed Is the prophet of God! Come to prayer! 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Stopovers and other special features. For information a to mchedulel, communicate with your local agent or Main 1937 City 1938 Variable fart and through Sleeping Car service 'THE B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Central Record. Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. " ft I w-- Fish & Hammack 1 V- 1 Paint Lick, Kentucky. Beginning next Monday, March 16, the store of Fish and Hammack will be closed Sold Out. Until Saturday, March 21st, for the purpose of invoicing their stock to E. F. Hedrick and Son, their successors, who will take possession on that date. i They are preparing to give you some excellent bargains on that date and are arranging to give an unusual price for produce, so Ladies save your Eggs & Chickens for the BIG Price Remember the date, Saturday, March 21. from the minarets of the mosques of Text of the Lesson, Luke xiii, Cairo this summons to prayer, as one 5 GoldMemory Verses, xiv, 6 beholds the faithful reverently bowing en Text, Mark ii, 27 Commentary their bodies in their bhops or in the Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. public highways, one readily perceives he is near the heart of Doth of the portions assigned for v that in Cairo Moslem world. These prayers oc nro Sabbath day incidents. In the cur at sunrise, midday, 3:30 in the aftthe first He lien led a woman in the ernoon, at sunset and an hour and a synagogue who had been afflicted half after sunset The faithful must eighteen years, and In the second He attend their prayers with bows and healed a man who had the dropsy in prostrations to show perfect devotion the house of one of the chief PhariClayton Cooper's "The Man of sees. The ruler of the synagogue was Egypt" indignant because the woman had been healed on the Sabbath day. for Molasses For Shoes. the day was more to them than the Shipping Louisiana molasses into Lord who gave them the day. and New England by the hogshead and they had not learned that the one In sending the same hogshead back south their midst was the Lord even of the again with shoes were incidents of the Sabbath day, greater than the tem- shoe trade of Avon years ago. It was ple, and that It was lawful to do well back in 1S40, when the present town on the Sabbath day (Matt. xil. (VS. 12). of Avon was East Stoughton. that two The late I)r Weston of Crozler semi- brothers were in company manufac-Jurin- g nary says, in lii note on Matthew, shoes and as a side line ran a that the immediate occasion of the grocery and general store In a spot determination by the Jewish rulers to where now stands the postoflicc build put Christ to death was His relation Ing One of the brothers went south to the Sabbath. Christ claimed that and located in New Orleans In the the Jewish nation were His people: grocery business. leaving his brother that as Son of Man He was greater here to manufacture shoes and boots, than their greatest king, greater than according to K Dexter Littlelield. The the temple, greater than the sacrifices, brother who was In the South would greater than the Sabbath: that all ship a hogshead of molasses to his these were ordained for the sake of brother In Avon aim as soon as the redemption, that God might through hogshead was empty it would be clean them show mercy; that His object was ed and would be tilled with boots for to zlve. not to receive, and that neces- - the southern trade. This practice was sarilv the Itedeemer was greater than kcI't P for years, and in this way a sood trade was built up for Avon foot- nil tlm means of redemntion. The Jewish Sabbath was the one pe- wear. Boston fllobe. culiar and distinctive ordinance of the Saved by Artificial Breathing, nation. It was the Jewish national Dr. S. P. Derioujinsky. a Itussian flag. If the nation is to be deprived of its distinction from other nations. .' surgeon, reports the case of a peasant who. following an angi what is the use of beimr God's neonle? of twenty-on- e Pride, self righteousness, arrogance, na of probably diphtheritic origin, was had taken pos&esslon of them. Incar- stricken with paralysis. After two nate love was in their midst doing its weeks of total paralysis some movemighty works, and they thought it ments of the arms appeared, but a few days later respiratory trouble bewas Satan. They did not know heaven from hell, gan. The breathing rose to forty to became superficial, sin from holiness. God from the devil. the minute and stops. with It was necesTheir case was hopeless. The nation sary momentary to resort to artificial respiration. to cast was doomed. Yet He was slow With the assistance of pupils In the Inthem off. Ephraim was joined to idols. firmary school was kept up day Israel would not frame her doings to and night from this 5 to Feb. 20. On Feb. turn unto her God. yet His cry was. patient began breathlatter day "How shall I give thee up?" (Hos. iv, the naturally, the difficulty ing but in swallow17; v, 4; xi. 8.) ing arose about the same time. On As ne said in the parable of the un- Feb. 2G It became necessary to begin fruitful fig tree. "Let it alone this year artificial respiration again. This was also till I shall dig about it and dung maintained until March 1, when natIt, and if it bear fruit, well, and. if ural breathing returned, and the panot, then after that thou shalt cut it tient recovered. down" (Luke xiii. He Is slow to anger and plenteous in mercy, not willThackeray's Criticism. ing that any should perish, but the In "Bar, Bat and Bit." by the Hon. day of the Lord will come (II Peter ill, Sir Edward Cbandos Leigh. Is the fol9, 10). He delights In mercy and lov- lowing Thackeray story: ing kindness, and judgment is His Thackeray and others were great frestrange work (Jer. Ix. 23, 24; nos. vl. quenters of Evans', in Covent Garden, G; Isa. xxvlil. 21). kept by Paddy Green, where the most Sabbath signifies rest and a ceasing beautiful glees used to be sung. There Heb. was a little coterie there, and from our own works (Gen. 11. was iv, 3, 4. 10). but these hypocrites were honored by being allowed to join that full of their own works, their own sit M'n iinil tf f1sitsnt sfarna days, their own feasts and their own , b.lked toes nnd otuer adjuncta t0 ' ways and were so occupied with them a uome, h tneater nf and blinded by them that they could i Q ,b , d Thackeray aIone at f not seo the light from ueaven iuai he c;ime a sma obse. tabe xvUm was In their midst. quiuus gentleman, who rubbed his The sicknesses which He healed hands together and addressed Thack- were typical of the spiritual condition eray with the most fulsome compli of the nation nnd of the condition of mcnts. When he passed on I said to multitudes today. This woman In the Thackeray, "Pray tell me who Is that?" synagogue was like many who are nis answer was. "He calls himself an found in our churches. She was long artist, he paints as much in butter years bowed down, bound by Satan as he but in oil " does and utterly unable to lift herself up. Every unsaved person is bound by Arms and the Child. Satan and unable to loosen or lift up Girl scouts exist In Germany also himself, and neither the synagogue Instead of camp fire girls they call nor any mere human agency can do them something that sounds like a any good, for by the deeds of the law mixture of Fenimore Cooper and musi can no one be justified, for the law, cal comedy Pathliuderc-sseis the III although holy and just and good, can- era! translation Apparently, too, they ii, 1G; 111. 10. 11, 21; go in for being military with true Ger not give life (Gal. Rom. Til, 12). man thoroughness. One reads how a By one word, one touch, from Him head game warden presented himself who Is the end of the law for right- at the shop of a dealer in firearms In eousness to every one that believeth Berlin and desired to purchase u rethe infirmity of eighteen years Instant- volver. "A revolver!" said the dealer ly disappeared, the bound one was "I'm sorry, sir. but I've just sold the loosed from the bond of Satan, the last gross of revolvers In the shop to people rejoiced, and the adversaries of the Potsdam battalion of girl scouts." New York Post. the Lord were ashamed. Thus it was with Saul of Tnrsu-whe- n he saw the same Lord on the A Sunny Disposition. way to Damascus. Thus it uiil be Willie Paw. what is a sunny dispo with Israel as a nation when the. sition? Paw That is something shall see the same Jesus coming in which Is possessed by a man who His glory. Thus it has been with points out the silver lining in the cloud multitudes now in glory and multi- nnd then borrows your umbrella betudes still on earth, aud thus it might fore It starts to raiu. my son. Cincinbe with every one still hound uj nati Enquirer. Satan if they woi'ld let the Lord laj His hand upon them and speak peace Answer of a Diplomat. to them, for the free gift of God is "You replace Dr. Franklin." said the eternal life, aud whosoever will may French prime minister. Count de to Thomas Jefferson, the new-take It (Bom. i. 23; Kev xxii. 17). arrived representative of the Unlt-tIn our second portion He did not States. "I merely succeed him. No say. "Which of yon sstisill see." but "Which of you shall have an ox or an one could replace him." was Jefferson's ass falleu Into a pit." Surely He can reply. save His own property at any time Not What She Meant. and in any place, but His pitiful cry Tardy Arrival at a Dinner Party Is, "Ye will not come unto me: Israel would have none of me" (John v. 40: I'm afraid I am too late, dear Mrs. Mrs. Smith (effusively)-O- h. Ps. Ixxxi. 11). The woman came to Smith. Him when He called her (xiii. 121. nnd my dear, you could never come too late! London Illustrated Bits. so did the little child, but He is saying to many: "I have called, and ye refused. Ye have set at naught all Professional Sagacity. my counsel nnd would none of my reDentist's Wife Why do you open the ioor of the patients' room when I sing? proof (Prov. 1. 24. 25i. Dentist Want to let the waiters These great foundation truths must bever be forgotten: "God Is love;" know it Isn't the patients. Columbia "The Lord Is not willing that any Jester. tnould perish." He Is still asking. IT the power to do hard work Is not sWhat more could have been done that I have not done?" (Isa. v. 4.) It Is still talent it is the best possible substitute for true. ''This man recelveth sinners." 3-I ! I ). 1 s Ver-tenncy d Come to salvation! Prayer Is better than sleep! God Is most great! There is no God but God! As one hears five times each day 34S 1iU jn LrilTil I l77nTl tVf T-- I For Infants and Children. "fWQk. &3 !eSS.& CASTOR ALCOHOL 3 PFIJ " b The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of J? v 2c3 oC i Acgelal)ePrcparalionrcns-sunOaimgibefboifaniibgi- rffin '34 & trnglRcSionarteacdBowelsoT Promotes DigesrtonJCItecrfiJa - nessandltesLCcntainsreJiter Opium-Morphine SsS t3m i Not Narcotic. JJeeyecroUDr&n Jtxbtltc&U- i- rtorMineral M In Tl I UlilWi WWr rer.Ti tret HiCatoackiih Wa&ytaitbrz: Apcrfect Remedy forConsfiiia Say . tion , Sour Storoach.Dlarrhon Wornis.Coro'ulsionsJ'oxrisbr 3 M fit Use For Over ness andLoss ra h or Sleep. racSinnk S?gn&mreof J I 672 mz liViU 12320 Tue Centaur Compaic; NEW YORK. Thirty Years 'Guaranteed under the HoM CAST! TMC Exaa Copy of Wrapper. CENTAUR COMPANY. NtW VON CITY SC 1BL 3EE 3E 1 ae i n LenzvaL liecorcL. INCORPORATED $1.00IPeriYear In Advance. LANCASTER. - - - KENTUCKY. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. Lfi Lei " n oevve ITovr 1ITslvlzs. mr IB ICZZIF "W"0 ONE can afford to pump water by hand " for stock or house use since it is possible to procure a high grade, reliable pumping engine at a low price. Fairbanks -- Morse Eclipse Engines are Simple, Reliable and Economical Made in two sizes No. 1 and No. 2 m I 1 I : Will pump 1,000 gallons of water on less than one pint of gasoline. little attention. They are easily started and require rAPAriTV. No. 1, 1000 gallons and No. 2, 2000 gallons per hour against an 80 ft. head. A proportionately less quantity against a higher jJEnJh No.2 'n Engine and Eclipse i ii - ii m - No. 1 Eclipse Engine and Jack Jack. Eneine detached -- ?r SUBSCRIBE FOR s arator, Churn, Corn Sheller, Feed Grinder, Grindstone and other light machinery about the Farm. containing Write us for catalog No. detailed description, capacity table, etc Eclipse Engines can easily be detached from the pump nd used for running Washing Machine, Cream Sep- THE CENTRAL 1 RECORD. Fairbanks, Morse & Co 8th Ave. and Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio i $ .00 Per Year. The Central Record, Thursday Mch 12, 1914. Page 3 i iwvftnwwrrrtrriv When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. TODAY If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late. but Order FAULTY DIGESTION Quickly Shatters Immediate The Action a. Recommends m- Chamberlain,s Remedy. Cough Nervous Syste- The Hot Springs Remedy a'Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. Full Course Treatment-S- ix Bottle-$5.- 00 Bottles--- ? 18.00 Singles We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private 803 1-- Hot Springs Medicine Company, 2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. SPECIAL OFFER Daily Louisville 1914, Herald and the During January CENTEAL RECORD By Mail for One Year at Special price of $2.75. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper at the price of Roots Compounded Herbs n, COM-CEL-SA- GOD'S MEDICINES according to tha Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Herbalist, for the treatmb.it of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WHITE-BOO- N The Ceirboy Hobtlist ORIGINATOR OF S CHETEUKE IKDIM Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N REMEDIES & SCIENCE SOFE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 4lrOWJ2Sr Ak&BBW , WASHINGTON 'flfc nu'c.1. g u. l, "wu & .7SJ DALS oK3 &fe .. in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers because I have confidence in it. I find that they are pleased with it When you feel irritable, tired and de- and call for it when again in need of spondent; when you have nervous such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson j twitchings, specks before the eyes, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by All headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, Dealers. lm. bad taste in the mouth, and pains in the colon and bowels you are suffering III1KNA VISTA from dyspepsia which invariably wrecks a the nervous system you need Will Scott was in Lancaster Tuesday at once. on business. Mi goes to the seat of your Joe Hamilton made a business trip to trouble and quickly ends stomach mis- Harrodsburg Tuesday. ery. It surely and safely builds up Miss Anna Horn visited her mother and strengthens the stomach walls and near Harrodsburg last week. glands, quickly improves the digestive A. D. Scott and E. W. Ruble attendsystem the vital force and nerve energy are restored, then you enjoy ed court in Stanford Monday. Mrs. C. M. Ruble and daughter of perfect health. Do not suffe'r another day. Get a Wilmore are visiting relatives here. fifty cent box of R. M. Poor of Jessamine was here a Tablets from R. E. McRoberts. This treatment will few days last week in interest of his get well and immediate relief is sure. farm. Prof. I. D. Hacker and R. D. Mc- NINA. Murtry were in Lancaster Saturday on business. Misses Bertha and Stella East visited Mrs. McConn of Lexington is the Miss Mary Prewitt. guest of her daughter Mrs, II. S. Mrs. Maggie Casey visited Mrs. Will Christopher. Tom Baker last Monday. Rev. J. Rothwell Smith filled his Miss Mary Baker entertained quite a regularappointment at the Presbyterian number of friends recently. church Sunday Miss Katie Baker is visiting Miss Mesrss Raymond Ruble and Wilbur Fannie Ross near Kirksville. Scott spent the week's end with relaMr. Grover Huffman was the guest tives in Danville. of Miss Dicy Adkison last Sunday. Mr. Logan Duncan and wife of Bur-gi- n Rev. P. E. Foley filled the appointwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ment of Rev. A. C. Baird who was Duncan Tuesday. sick. Mr. and' Mrs, E. W. Prowel of Bur-gi- n Mr. and Mrs. Davie Prewitt are rewere guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. joicing over the arrival of a dainty lit- Christopher Saturday. tle Miss. Hudson & Hughes have the most Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Morgan have complete stock of Highest Grade seed been the guest of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that Prewitt. can be found in the state. They do not Miss Flora Adkison is visiting her carry but one grade and that is the sister Mrs. Dave Prewitt of Madison best money can buy. this week. Messrs Howard and Wm. Askins and We are sorry Rev. Baird did not fill his appointment at Freedom Saturday , wife have returned to their home in Missouri after a stay of several weeks and Sunday. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mr. Virgil Sebastian, of McCreary, Askins. returned home March 1st, after a three years stay in the army. Best Treatment For Constipation. Messrs. Talton Wheeler and Billy "My daughter used Chamberlain's bimpson made a pleasant call near Tablets for constipation with good reHackley on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Je3se Long and Mr. and sults and I can recommend them highly" Mrs. Thomas Broadus visited Mr. and writes Paul B. Babin, Brushly, La. For sale by all dealers. Im. Mrs. Dave Prewitt of Poosey. Miss Minnie Prather entertained a REPORT OF THE CONDITION crowd of young folks at her home on Long Branch last Tuesday night. Little Mr. Johnnie Layton, of this vicinity has returned home after a short stay with his sister Mrs. Jesse SebasBANK, tian. Messrs Wilbur and Taylor Lane, of (No. 1493.1 near Hyattsville entertained a number OF LANCASTKR. KY. AT of friends on the night of Feb. 28. Games were played and an enjoyable The Close of Bnsiness Mch. 1914 evening was spent. Misses Dicy and Flora Adkinson, RESOURCES. Mary and Annie Layton, Messrs Talley Loans aud discounts $170,147 31 Overdrafts, secured, aud unsecured.. 7W 11 Wheeler, Charlie Land and Grover u.s. iionqs to secure circulation. .. 50.000 UO 13 0001.0 Huffman were the pleasant guests of Bonds securities, etc Bankiug-tionse- . furniture aud fixtures 7.000 CO Misses Nannie Lee and Lida B Logan, Due from approved reserve agents. . 7.1&7 OS Checks and other casn items .. 5 73 Sunday. Votes of other National Banks . 440 00 bS 24 Mr. and Mrs. Mote Casey gave a Fractional papercurrency.nlckels.cts LAwrcL Money Ke3eke In Bank, number of young folk a party Friday viz: Specie night Mr. Teddy Compton and Thomas Legal tender notes . $ 2.102 00 14,297 00 00 Hume entertain the crowd with their Redemption Fund with U.S. Treasfiddle and banjo and after the crowd urer (Mof circulation. 2,500 00 broke up Teddy took up a nice collecTotal t41,409tt0 tion to pay for the window lights. LIABILITIES tSO.000 00 Hudson & Hughes, have the most Capital stock paid lu .. . jo.000 00 Surplus (mid complete stock of Highest Grade Seed Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes ,i03 n Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that National paid Notes Outstanding. . 4S.SKK) uo Bank Due to Other National Bancs 4SG OH can be found in the state. They do not Due to Trnt Companies aud SaWugs carry but one grade and that is the . Banks 128 0 tndiwdual deposits subject to check. 214.332 00 best money can buy. Certified checks .. . . .. 3a2 7 . 927 OJ Mr. Steve Prewitt died at his home Reserved for Taxes.... Total . 341.409 CO on Paint Lick on the 6th. of the month. Mr. Prewitt was 69 years old, and has Stateof Kentcck y.Coumy of Garrard, ss : I. S. C De.nnv. Cashier of the He is been ill for several months. named bank, do solemnly su ear that the aboe above survived by 4 children, Messrs. Elsie, statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. s. C. Denny. Roy and Jim Prewitt of this county Cashier. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 7th and Jesse Prewitt of Illinois. After day of March. 1914. W. O. RIgney. short funeral services at the grave he Notary Public. My Commission was laid to rest in the Gilead cemetry. Correct Attest: expires FebJ, 191S. Ale R. Desn.) The death angel entered the home of V. f Elliott. J Directors. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt taking J. E.Stormes. their little 3 year old daughter Edith Francis. She had only been sick a few REPORT OF THE CONDITION days with pneumonia and brain fever. OF THE She leaves her father, mother, four brothers and four sisters to mourn her death. She was laid to rest in the Bank Freedom burying ground last Thursday. Dear Mother and Father which grieves Necessary-U- se o-Mi-o-- "I take pleasure A POSITIVE CASH SALE Having only a short time at this place, I will offer my entire stock of General Merchandise at COST, in order to reduce my stock. This is an opportunity for you to reduce the high cost of living. Below will be found some of my low prices. This stock will reduce fast at the prices I quote, so don't be late and reap your part 01 this harvest. All Gloves 20 per cent less than regular price, dressing Comb's cut half price, all Hosiery reduced 20 per cent, Ladies $1.00 and 1.25 Under Skirts now 75cts. All kinds of Underwear marked down 20 per cent, Dress Ginghams 7 2 cents per yard, all Percals 9 2 cts per yard, Hallmarks Dress Shirts 79 cents, Men's and Boys Hats reduced about 30 per cent, best made table Oil Cloth reduced to 15ctsper yard, Outing Flannel reduced to 7 1-1-l-2- Forty Men's and Boys Suits Ladies Sweater Coats down 20 per cent. Japalac Varnish to make your furniture new at 15cts a can $3.00 clocks for $1.95 5 cent pencils now 3 for lOcts, Lanterns 35cts while they last, about four dozen pair of Men's Odd Pants to go at cost. Everything in the house is priced down so it can't last long so don't fail to be on time to get some of these bargains. Don't miss seeing them if you are expecting to buy a new suit soon. I have a few bed blankets left that I will offer while they last for 80 cents a pair. with the price cut 30 per cent. Noah Spainhower, Point Leavell NOTICE Bids Wanted Bids will be received by Fiscal Court of Garrard county, for repairing the following TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY for the year ending December 31st. 1914. OUR BEST NATIONAL 4 Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where county owns quarries; where none is owned by county, contractor must furnish same. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor between OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. November 1st and Decem- ber 31st, 1914 unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of supervisor or deputy supervisor of district for which the work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, to-w- it: 1 Citizens National No.2sse. to-da- y, For their little Darling who has gone Close of Business Mch 4th, 1914. away, Dearest Darling how we miss you. RESOURCES. Since from earth you passed away. Loans aud discounts 20U.2S1 25 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 2.7K2 07 And we hope to meet you Darling, U. S Bonds to secure circulation. . . 50.000 00 As we think of you Banking house.furnitureandfixtures 7.000 00 to-da- OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE Due from National Banks (not Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th & H. Sts. RATCSl Iims, Cilickil Bitk 1.50. 32.00 up. !n:;..iu WHITE --ZiZV. -. LM RATES I HM,-fthiti litl 2J50,3.0O up. 00 112 it affords me pleasure to Specie tender notes Legal 3.U00 00 state that I have found them to be 15 8C2 00 just as represented. They are mild in Redemptiou fund with U. 8. Treas- 2.500 00 urer (5 per cent of circulation)... their action and the results have been Total .321.0fl 44 satisfactory. I value them highly." LIABILITIES. 150,000 00 For sale by all dealers. lm. Capital stock paid In years, and and Rankers. Trust Companies 950 I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., DueandSatingsBanks from apuroved reserve agents... 28067 "hecks 5.240 writes: "I have used Chamberliin's Wotes ofand other cash items other National Banks Tablets for disorders of the' stomach Fractional paper currency, nickelb 2.390 123 andcents and liver off and on for the past five Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, yiz: 80-- For The Stomach And Liver. Due from State and sere Agents). ... Prltate Banks .... Re- - 459 58 14 U B6 00 11 OVERLOOKS HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm. Court, ' Indian Grill Room, Tea Room.' Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. r Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. 690 00 It has the only real continuous 1.14141 door opening. Total JWl t 41 Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from lad- State or Kentucky, Codnty or Gakkabd, is : I. W. F. Champ. Cashier of Che above named der front door frame. bank, do solemnly swear that the above state Doors made of California Red- ment is true to the best of my knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. wood. "The Wood Eternal." Subscribed The location of our factory gives us day of March and sworn to before me this 7th, 1911. lowest freight from mills to factory, hd from fac8. C. Denny. Notary Public. tory, to you. ? a tttfr Silt aud Sv mtmtj by My Commission Expires January 22, 1916. writing- - us for catalog and pnees. Corrict Attest: LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. 1 B. F. Hudson. (Incorporated) v J.J.Walxxs. J Directors. I Surplusfnud Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Bants Individual deposits subject to check. Certified Checks...... Bills payable. Including obligations for money borrowed ...... Reserved for Taxes 4U.000O0 8.780 49.200 7 173 66S las 86 00 04 08 00 to-c- r.O.itloiF. UVHTIUC tv C. A. Arnold. ) District No. 1, Sec. 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Huckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to Mrs. Daniel's spring with lock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with rock. Sec. No. 7, New Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with rock. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River The Central Record-on- e year and C. M. Jenkins residence with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with The Weekly Enquirer-on- e year rock, Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with Farm and Fireside, one year rock. Sec. No. 4, Bryantsville and .50 Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5, Buena Vista and Kentucky Houshhold Journal and Floral Life, monthly .25 River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6, from C. Poindexter's shop to I. Poultry Husbanbry, monthly M. Dunn's gate with rock. .50 District No. 3, No. 1, Buckeye pike To-Dafrom McCreary to Buckeye post office, Magazine, monthly .50 with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stoct's store with rock. Sec. No. 3, from Stott's store to Kentucky river with Regular value rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike pike to Pleasant Hill from Buckeve Sec. No. 5, school house, with rock. Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec. No 5, Poor ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky Our All, One Year river, with rock. Sec. No. 7, Kirksville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill, East of H. West residence, i with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of West hill to Madison line with gravel. District No. 4, Sec No. 1, Richmond pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate with rock. Sec. No. 2, from Goodloe's gate to Ed Walker's gate with rock. Sec. No. 3, from Ed. Walker's gate to county line, with gravel. Madison Sec No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Mrs Daniel's spring to county line with We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The with rock. Sec. No. 7. from Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire further introduction. pike with rock. Sec. No. 9, Paint Lick White Lick pike, entire road with This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If you gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be bidder will not be restricted to one sec- extended from date it expires. tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and To-da- y. said Didder will present with his bid -the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet. The amount of metYou must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher is al to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are limited. Call or mail all orders direct to received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Saturday April 4th 1914. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CLEVELAND BOURNE, Supervisor of Roads foe Garrard Co. EVER OFFERED. LESS THAN HALF PRICE. $1.00 1.00 semi-monthl-y, y's $3.75 Special Bargain Price for ONLY $1.70 Subscribe Now- - The Central Record Page 4 The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 Hicks. of two weeks. Services were conducted at the home today, after which the Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., interment took place at the Lancaster cemetery. Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s Much sympathy is extended the ber Member Kentucky Press Association eaved family by their friends and and acquaintances. Eighth District Publishers League. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Our Honor Roll. Enough A burlesque bill has been introduced a year. Hicks, difd at the home of her parents talists who wanted to place money in in the Kentucky Legislature placing a on Lexington pike yesterday at 12:30 a hotel as an investment could not be tax on old maids and old bachelors. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. o'clock of dyptheria, after an illness secured, so, realizing the importance of capi- Miss Levy Hicks, 18 years of age ed and daughrer of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Lancaster secured one. The Central Record, Thursday Men 12, 1914 en mediately organized for rebuilding the COTTONBURG. General News. The.Womans Club hotel, it might be well for citizens to adopt the plan by which public-spir-it L (Edited By The Womana Club, ftl Lancaster, Ky., March 12, 1914. While our honor roll may lack in quantity it is overflowing with quality Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 10.00 ?or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Plenty Of Good Ones Leit. While Mr. J. A. Beazley, the popular insurance man, has had many of his companies to withdraw from the field, he informs us he has many good ones left and is amulv able to take care of all hi? old customers, and as many new ones as will give him a chance. New Firm At Paint Lick. Messrs. E. L. Hedrick & Son have purchased the large merchantile business of Fibh & Hammack at Paint Lick, and will continue business at the oiU stand The new firm is advertising a big bargain sale to begin Saturday Mcrcl) 21st Judge Burnside Still Improving. Jud,re K. A. Burnside's condition eortu.ues to show marked improve-me- i i and it is thought that he will His soi i oe able to be around again. prrinpal trouble now is that he gathers strength slowly, but with the coining of goud weather, the warm sunshine will doubtless bring him new strength and igor. Friends Here Elated. The news that the name of Miss Mary Bruce bad been sent to the Senate by the President for appointment as postmistress at Stanford, was received here with a reat (ea 0f interest. Miss Bruce has many fritnds in this countj u ho rejoice with her and congratulate the patrons of the office upon the appointment which we fell sure will prove a popular one. Mr. R. S. Brovn Conducting Big Sale. Mr K. S. Brown in this issue of the Reord advertises a "Forced Adjustment Sale" ami he is slashing prices right and left, with an utter disregard of pronto. .Mr. Brown carries a splendid line of merchandise, and thosi.- - standing in need of anything in his tine Will do well to take advantage of fi Largain distribution. te Our Sick. nt Thr e of our well known and best ',- - nl citut-i.at their homes in diffei-tMr. Terrill i irt- of the countv. L.i toi. who has been ill since the 20th, of Lio4. in ;er, is now able to be up and r.i . ni!i of friends hope to see him oon. cut a,r.. li" T. 1). Chesuul, of Marksbury. was taken suddenly ill yesterday, and was called at once but this mon g his condition is very much much to the gratification of his frunii-- . Mr. Zjck Elkin, who moved to lower GarianJ trom Clark Co, several years ", ha- - been quite ill. and at his ad-- a .cd age, S3 years, his condition is conMdeied serious. s . al..iinn u, a-- Wallace. Si-sr- u the little eicht vear old iif Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wal- - aim ai ner parents Home near Pan t Lick at noon Wednesday of t Fever. She had only been ill ! iv. - la .rl.it-.- sine bu.iday. The remains were in the Richmond cemetery on Thursday. The death of little Fanny is a doubly severe one to the loving pare its because of the fact that she was the only daughter. Their remaining child, a little son, has but recently recovered from an attack of the same dread malady which deprived him of his sister. The deceased was a niece of Mrs, Ann i ' Dinson oi Lancaster, aim nas a wide circle of relations through the county. The Record joins in condolence to the bereaved family. -'l Masonic Club Room A Credit To The Order And To The Town. The handsome Masonic Club Room in the second story over the Citizens bank has been completed and is ready for occupancy. The room has been newly papered, floors and wood work painted, handsome rugs, numerous easy chaits, comfortable rockers and sofas, open fires and every comfort for the tired and lonesome brother who wishes to while away a few hours. Several large reading tables are covered, not only with Masonic literature, but with the daily newspapers, magazines and the current literature of the day," Upon the whole the room presents a cozy, homelike appearance, and the Masonic order feel justly proud of it. The lodge room above has also been newly papered and painted, and the Masonic fraternity of Lancaster now have as comfortable quarters as any lodge in the state. this week and we are indeed proud to record the following who have paid their subscription since our last issue. D. I. Prewitt, W. T. Dunn, Edna Berkele, Mrs. Tony Cheatham, Wm. Hiatt. N. H. Bogie, Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than S. H. Aldridge, Walter East, I am mine Bee Dee other farm animals. In order to insure thorough O. N. Hatfield, T. L. Yantis, digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MhUIClNEwith ray horses rctuLuly and horses readier for next day's work, add to their find it a avmu proposition M. G. Aldridge, Victor Stone, on tcrd. It also makes evening feed a tcaspoonful of W. W. Brown. Private Corporation Seeks Control Of Mrs. McKechnie, them healthy, thriving and duo. A. T. Teater. A. W. Kavanaugh, IralohnMon. STOCK Lancaster's Utilities. W S Carrier, Sim Clark' R. F D. No. 1. George Mason, MEDICINE John Engleman, O'Neill. Nebr. At a called meeting of the City CounWesley Hume, cil on last Friday night a proposition Ashby Arnold, It will lessen your feed bills. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. B Walter Hume. was offered by Mr. J. R. Haselden in fS It will Increase your profits. At tout dealer's. behalf of the Public Utilities Co. lookP.Rtffl IWBMMIMMlEBCaKKJAdajfcK Ju at 9si Fine To Hitch To Park Fence Patronize ing to the consolidation of Lancaster's Electric Light Plant, Ice Plant and The Livery Stable Or Find A New Telephone Co., and incidentally seeking a twenty year franchise for the proHitch Rack. posed corporation for the operation of The City Council has given rigid in the utilities which they seeK to consolistructions to the chief of police to at date. The proposed company offer to orce stop the hitching of horses to the extend the water works system to the fence around the Park, and to prompt- river, the town furnishing the right of ly arrtst anyone found hitching there way and the pumping rights at the In the future those who have been ac& river and the company putting down a customed to utilizing the Park fence four inch pipe line and charging the for this purpose will do so at their peril city so much per 1U00 gallons for water Either take your horse to a livery thus pumped into the city. A standaid lill COimeCtlOIl With SALT EM, the medicated StCCfc Slite stable or find some other place to hitch. Bell Telephone Co. rating is offered in The Council also instructed the Chief so far as the proposed telephone rates to enforce the speed limit ordinance are concerned. The electric lighting We are agents for both. for automobiles within the city limits. rates under the proposed new sj stem This ordinance has been woefully dis would also undergo material changes, regarded by many joy riders to the the maximum rate being, we underimminent peril of children, pedestrians stand 12 cents per kilowatt, the presanJ the public in general, and the con- ent system of lighting the streets by tinuation ot the practice meant that arc lights would be abolished and a eventually someone would be hurt. and stem of lighting them by ; Better track the law in future and sj candle mazda lamps would be 123 avoid a fine. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. UALKEK. Vice PresC All the property upon which there is r. It was our intention to publish the W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walxek. Jk., back taxes due the town has been or entire proposition as submitted in order W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. dered sold the amount due after proper that the people might be advised as to advertising. This means additional just what kind of a proposition their ORGAXIZlSn 1SS3. expense, and you had better pay up City Council was up against, but we and avoid it. It takes money to con- were unable to secure the original duct the affairs of the city just as it paper. does any other business, and if you The paper was presented to the Coun alien". are in arrears for taxes, you should cil by Mr. Henly V. Bastin, and read OF LANCASTER. KY. 8 come forward and settle. (By Wm. F. Miller.) by Mayor Davidson but as it was imTonic in Scent of Lavender. A If jou are a martyr to neuralgia or one $40,000. Damage Suit Against The possible to secure the services of Miss Dean's room will entertain Friof the Council to submit it to his col- headaches jou nay envy the people This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. J Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. leagues in the form of a motion, or in who prepare lavender for sale. Laven- day morning everybody is invited. There will be a Musical Friday even- M Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all some tangible shape in order that it der, indeed, is an excellent tonic for anyone who is run down. Doctors freIn Progress In The Circuit might be considered by that body, the quently recommend people suffering ing at 3 o'clock. The public is cordially things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help yo. matter was not admitted to recoul or from nervous breakdown to get a job invited to be present. ! Court This Week. Make this bank YOUR bank. any cognizance taken of it by the at gathering or distilling this fragrant CLASS RINGS The Junior Class Rings v I'll1 'i iTTTTi liil iti iHnmm nTTTTTi i7TT"T r TlTn fTT fTiTTT ITTT which the Juniors ordered has arrived fiJJ plant. The big Paint Lick damage suits Council. and are Considered very handsome by e understand the proposition is against the Louisville & Nashville R. those w ho have seen them. R. Co. are in progress in circuit court undergoing material changes, and acPlaying the Piano. SPELL1.no MATCH there will be an- as the Recoid goes to press and will companied by a petition, will be resubniHniw tf n.winli nlnv tlir nlnrm probably consume the time of the court mitted to the Council and an effort Few people listen to tlicm Why i3 other spelling match at School Auditor- for the remainder of the week. The made to have that bo Jy consider it in that? Lvt me remind ou of a little ,IU," """ ! "u, "a " evvs n" mere win ue actions in the aggregate amount to the the near future. prizes a .o.uu story. One summer Joseph Jefferson, The Council were at the time of their the dearly beloved old actor, spent a gold piece, $2.50 and a $2.00 bill will be sum of 30,750.. and are as fellows:-Gu- v Rice. $10,000; Fish & Hammack, election committed upon the telephone part of his holid.ty near a lonely little given the three winners respectively, village. Carly on Sunday morning hej The Following were present for Mrs. $10,000; G. W. Conn. $0000; Treadway subject, and we understand are unalot the place. Darnold's room exeicises Friday & Woods $5000; J. M. Metcalt $3000; terably against the proposition, and we met the clerg.wn.-ii- i h and stae instantly became' ; Martha Ely $2500; Catherine Ely $2000; deem it hardly probable that it will M Mra. W m. E mbry jp a r attivi im uvi.'i'u meet with consideration at their hands 1IV.I1UIT r ii.i ii.uvu r O. L. Hammack $2000 and Chris t m ti i 5? whether he would rate to read a part,' W, when presented in new form. $250. rrie-Mrs. Clay Dunn and, - S; of the service. lie consented to read The litigation had its origin in the the Lord's Prayer After 1 1,,. service dauBrs. Miss Edna Gulley, Mrs. Hood which almost annihilated the vilGravity Clssk. the white haired shook Ills Moss. Mrs. M. L. Caneer and daughter, lage of Paint Lick in March 1913. and Among the smart English novelties hand. Tears weie in Ins eyes as lie Miss Mary Lynn Fox, Mrs. Sam John- the plaintiffs- claim the inundation and seen is the new gravity clock, which said. "Ah. Mr. Jefferson, you ought to ' son, Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Mrs. Jas. A. injury was due to the railroad company does not require v. hiding. The motive have entered the church!" "Why V Beazley, Mrs. V. A. Lear, Mr. and constructing the abutments for their power is supplied by the weight of asked the great actor "Ilecaiist- - what Airs. J. W. Sweeney, Mrs. R. L. Elkin, bridge over Paint Lick creek in such a tho clock, which takes seven days to you read sinks into the hearts of your Misses Bettie West and .Mary Arnold had never heard and Mr. S. II. Estes. mannei as to narrow the channel of travel down upright bars. At the end hearers I thought stream, thereby causing a vast volume of the seven days the clock is sim- the Lord's I'rajer before, jou read it "bT-- A Table' ?'Ilen the old scho0' ply raised to the top again. The clock so beautifully."' "Well." s.iid the mod- of watei to leave its original channel stands on a handsome mahogany base est old actor, "von know, don't vou. buiId,nK was torn down in 1912. 3 pianos or-t- o and flow through the streets of the and the bars aro supported from the and stooIs and one nlL'e Library village, resulting in great damage to center of a handsome arch of mahog- that hardly one person in :i million Is anu Ill,e ll eu3ters LUetionary were ever rightly taught to read." the plaintiffs. any. Similarly, few people are ever right- - Ient out t0 people to keep and use until The case is exciting considerable inly taught to play. That Is why. per - called for, now these pianos have been terest and is being stubbornly fought haps, so few caie to listen to the av- - j found, but the Library table, one stool by both sides. Tile plaintiffs are re. HUUULE erage player. Woman's World. anu me Dictionary cannot be located, a presented by Messrs Robert Harding record was kept of same but th- - reand Judge E. V. Puryear of Danville A. P. Sloan has been suffering from ' When tho Full Mocn Lights Sahara. cord has been misplaced. The table and Messrs Hamilton and Tomlinson of Bronchial trouble. The following description of the was lent out to someone in Lancaster ' Egyptian full moon is quoted this place, while the railroads interests from "It for storage and use Those who Frank Sloan of Tolena, O. is at home Happened In Esypt:" We also have some nice shosts weighare being caied for by Mr. Northcott have any of these articles do not on a visit to the home folks. "The stars spoke to us as we walked know we of Lexington and Judge L. L. Walker are looking for same, and are ing about pounds for sale. Frank Sloan made a business trip to soft footed through the sand, and the and II. Clay Kauffman of this place. pure wind of the desert spoke other sure will return them to the school. Louisville one day this week. We also wish to thank the people for words of the same language the lanYes, And Lewis Landram Aided MaterialMrs. Eliza E. Harris has been suffer- guage of the universe and of nature. keeping the Pianos in sucii perfect coning a great deal fiom Rheumatism. ly In Making It Possible. Here and there yellow lights in a dis- dition. Mr. J. B. Fisher of Lexington has tant camp Mashed out like lirellies; far From the tone of the Danville papers been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Lutes. away across the billowing sands rocks we would infer that the people of that Long Lifetime in Bed. Miss Veina Lutes of Danville has bleached like hone gave an effect of city are not taking as readily as they Fifty-liv- e surf on an unseen shore; now and then years in Bed is probably should to the buildii.g of a hotel in that been visiting her aunt, Mrs. II. F. j a silent, swift moving Arab stealing a record in tha line, and is held by Frye. city to replace the Gilcher House reout of shadow might have been the Mile Lacaux, a spinster of seventy-five- , Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens white woman who haunts the sphinx living at Wouvion, France. Although cently burned. A like proposition at one time faced entertained the Rook Club very pleas- hurrying to a fatal tryst and the great In perfect hoalth, she went to bed pyramid seemed to float between des- - when she was twenty with the avowed the people of Lancaster, capitalists antly Friday evening. crt sand and cloudless sky like the intention of never leaving it again, "figured" a great deal on the erection Mrs. John Lutes, and Miss Elizabeth golden palace of Aladdin being trans- and has faithfully kept her word. She of a hotel to succeed the one burned, Lutes have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ported through air by the genie of the is naturally suffering from chronic M and the citizens finally despaired of Leene Lutes in Danville. lamp. There never was such gold as cramp, but her general health Is good. "capitalists" or any private individuals Grover M. McKechine leaves soon this gold of sand and 'pyramids under erecting a hostelry, and by what might lor Jacksonville, r la. where he nas a the moon!" be termed popular subscription, raised good position with an Insurance Co. A Good Thing a sufficient sum, which added to a Bird Ballast a Storm Sign. Mr. and Mrs. David Spoonamore have goodly amount subscribed by Mr. and "What is all that great crowd of News Of The Churches. that husband of yours. moved to the old home of his grand- crows doing?" we asked the aged Mrs. Zimmer, soon built what has come mother, recently purchased by himself lighthouse keeper. When he sees you using to be known as one of the best hotels and father. "Them crows there," the old man anRev. H. S. Murdock, ot Buckhorn, in a town of this size in Kentucky. Mr. Bowen W. Givena, and daughter swered, "is takin" on ballast a sign of Perry County, will speak at the PresWhite Swan Floor We do not believe that there is a byterian church next Sunday morning, m person in Lancaster who regrets their Miss Elizabeth, visited Mr. and Mrs. storm."beach, white In the winter sunThe be sure that he expects action in the assisting in the building A. G. T. Smith, near Shelby City, on shine, was covered with crows. They at which time the services will be conWednesday. ducted in the main auditorium. some fine bread, bis of this house. The necessary amount seemed to be feeding busily. Hudson & Hughes, have the most was raised by subscriptions, the amounts Quite a great deal of interest is be"No; they ain't feedln'," said the cuits or cake. He's right too. WHITE SWAN FLOUR ranging from $10 to $500. and the notes complete stock of Highest Grade Sead keeper. "They're swallerin' sand; bal- ing shown among its members and were not to bear interest for ten years. Oats, Cloverand Timothy sepd, that last, you know ballast for the high workers.on account of the Eighth Dis- ep, a storm. makesithe finest of such things; 'Try a sack arid show him ' They do winds that are comln. Lewis Landram has the following can be found in the state. " ?vj v'i ftrict Christian Endeavor "convention m ,'28thk, 29th' things to say about the hotel, but not carry but one grade and that is the Isdoo."' nice wTftneefhVre March that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. The crows rose, a trifle heavily, and and 30th. This is looked upon as one he omits to mention the fact that he best money can buy. flew back Inland again. Soon, howpersonally, and the columns of the Misses Levisa E. Harris and Mary ever, a fresh lot made a second great of the, best in the state as quite a numRecord, of which he was editor at the Lee Givens attended a Progressive Pea- black blot on the white beach. ber of prominent speakers will be here time, were two of the principul factors nut Party at Mrs. John R. Yeager's, at "Yep, them's my barometer," said upon this occasion, a great treat is in in making it possible to erect the Danville, last Wednesday. The guest the old keeper; "crows swallerin' sand store for those who attend. We hope of honor being Mrs. Lewis Erwin, of for ballast a sign a storm is doo." structure. to announce the entire program in our ZSr "In case a stock company is not im- - Alaska. New York Tribune. next issue. having one, a number of energetic and progressive citizens agreed to build the house, and allow the renter, (who, by the way, put some money into it) to repay the money as able, without interest. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer took charge of the new building, and today own it. It is an undisputed fact that today Lancaster has one of the best hotels in Kentucky, and the fact that traveling men praise it, and try to spend their Sundays there is proof of its merits. The hotel has done more to advertise Lancaster than any institution she has. If drummers boost a town, it will gain a good reputation, but if these fellows get a knite up their sleeve for a city, they will play the devil with it." Resolutions. Muncie, the sixth largest city in the state of Indiania, went dry in a local The Civic Department of the Womoption election Monday by a majority an's Club being deeply interested in of 462 votes. beautifying and keeping sanitary the 30 to 35 people died in St Louis when city of Lancaster and wishing to call the Missouri Athletic Club burned. attention to the officers and citizens to 32-G- 1 The monetary loss will reach nearly a the good purpose of this organization do resolve: half million dollars. First: That through and by these M, C. Barker a Portland Ore. mil lionaire was sentenced to nve days on resolutions the city council and the of the rock pile for exceeding the speed ficers of the city be requested that the ordinance enacted for the purpose of limit in his automobile. scatpreventing loose and J. B. Haggin has invested $90,000 in tered on the Public trash papers the Square and a piece of Lexington real estate, upon of the city be enforced. which it is said a modern hotel will be streets Second: That as many of the lawns erected in the near future. in the city are no longer protected by Edward McNamara, brother of the fences and as already the people have noted "KING" McNamara and last of been annoyed by stock running at large the noted family, is dying in a Lexingin the city limits injurying the shrib-ber- y ton hospital from a self inflicted pistol of the lawns, that the officers of wound. the town have such stock promptly im- Produce men are predicting a big j pounded when founn at large in the slum in the prices of eggs within the city. next ten days, and that it will be as Third: As the citizens are constant- much as 10 cents per dozen. Heavy ly annoyed by worthless dogs that the production is the alleged cause. officers, whose duty it is to collect the Senator Fall of New Mexico in a dog tax, be urged by the council to three hours speech in the House Mon- - rigidly enforce the ordinance covering uay auvocaieu armed intervention in j jnjs suoject Mexico, senator sniveiy ot Indiana Fourth: That a copv of these resodefended the administration policy. lutions be presented to the council. Texas Rangers crossed the Mexican Fifth: That the Central Record be border on last Sunday night, disinterred requested to publish these resolutions, and brought back to American soil th asking the citizens to assist in their body of Clemente Vergera and estab-- ! Done bv order of the enforcement lished the fact of nis execution at the ; Womans Club hands of the Mexican Federals. The Whirlwind Campaign conducted! The last meetimr of the Woman's in Louisville to collect S3U0.000 to build rinl. w,w a inlnirMl jiml VPrv cni'm. a Y. M. C. A. building closed Tuesday abIe one. Russian music was the sub nigiit. oniy ?,ovu. snoii oi me neces- - ject with the composrs Rubenstein sary amount, and the Advisory Com- - ard Tschaikonsky under discussion. mittee was given inree weeK in which M,sS Eliza Smith gave a sketch of to raise the balance. s lif.-- , Mrs. Theodore Cur- talked upon "Russian Folic Music" Tne State Insurance Commissioner has cited several of the insurance com- - Miss Annie Margaret Elkin read a which have signified their in-- 1 per on "Modern Russian Composers", tentiom of suspending operations in the Miss Letty Mae McRoberts delightfully state to appear before him, and show rendered Rubenstein's Melody in "F" cause why their licenses should not be and a waltz by Tschaikovsky. The subject of the next meeting will revoked. be "School Improvement". Seven Suffragettes were arrested because of a riot with the police in Lon- All members that are in arrears with Among the number was don Eng. their dues are asked to pay them by Miss Nellie Emerson of Jackson Mich., March the 19th. for wnom application will doubtless be made to the courts for deportation papers, classing her as "an undesirable , ; ijuU-nstein', I . Mil Tbomp3e Broadus bought of Mr. Cafiro ajcow price $65. Mr, Wiley Prewitt went to Richmond last Monday on business. Mr.-- Viley Prewitt sold 16 shoats at 8i'ceftts,a lb. last week. Mrs.'Johnie Pralher visited Mrs. Robe'rt, Scroy brow last Monday. Miss Flora Adkison was the guest of her sister Lula Prewitt last Monday, Mr. and Mrs, David Prewitt have finally decided to name their little baby .Mr. and .Mrs. Jessie Long, and Mr. girl Lucile. and Mrs. Thompse Broadus were the The people are preparing for their guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Prewitt tabacco crops again this week in this J last Sunday at Cottonburg community. Miss Estell Prewitt and also Miss Flora Adkison has been visiting at Cottonburg this last week. Miss Flora Adkison and Miss Estell Prewitt entertained Mr. GroverMooney and other friends last Sunday night. Hudson & Hughes, have the most complete stock of Highest Grade Seed uals, Uover and Timothy seed, that , can be found in the state. Thev do j not carry but one grade and that is the best money can buy. Y Ready for To - morrow ? Bee Dee ee nfematiotia! I3 sOnl es lems Drug bWTQ. zrsxSsr&2LrssrsrmLjis'sjB'i.f Book-Keepe- I I School Notes. Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. Capital $50,000. I J W:&WWti5 WsAfj'AM & ll ,$ , morn-Cburc- tor Me-Clu- re 1 I We have seven heifers j . - -- , j i ' 1 j ta-bl- J ' to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is alread3 full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have some good ones to sell. 80 t B ue m ass Dairy & Ice Co mmt&&&t&m 9wm&ww&&w&i ! I I 1 He Knows I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills ACi .K ? Vi-M- - sf-.- . ! . y wfcfci- i The;Centrdi Record, 'Thursday Mch fa '1.&T4. rV Page 5 MNT L.IHK. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. American Fence Strongest and BEST Fence on the Market Today. Car Load Just Received. - J. :c R. Mount, Son & 3 1 Co. IE i ic Our Window Attractions show only a small part of what we have to offer in the line of Dry Goods, Underwear and Notions 1 inside the store. make the claim that for variety, quality andreas onable prices we cannot - WeU Jt Btf r" - M :,nrtr4 jtWUUifw WWi & l Vijgj ill 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. tTAirnrii iiv cm v ivfi UfcWm - 12ot30WU24A,Vi " "i n R. S. BROWN, H It u r U 11 n In fact, stock of 2L a alL kinds and sL iJaiLs piliiiJy classes will E be at our aTS sra. 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 l Covered Pens for 600 Cattle and feed for all. Those who want to buv are invited to meet those who want to sell stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fourth Monday in February. J. M ROSS, Prop, Lancaster, Ky. gaaafffMFflftgaWEBgra'g Diaw 11 Check for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the I tl tT" WTP"i . Garrard Bank & Tryst Co. They know h- - is doing business in a business like waj . Better en if your affairs are not large. They open such an aecc.unt will gruw ab right. The Garrard Bank 7TXZ?Z?Z1 & Trust Company atssasasEKEKEEEsa 3 ?!ZZZ. 8 We Write Anv Kind of i m su ikl j.hv iiawuuai Office at National Bank. J- jj vjiiiic czyrnvF?! r A. BEAZLEY & CO. ji uutaaici, Ajaiirv nunc l. V &itiJ2jk&P!k& To The People Who &tttetttfiX&KitfSiifZiPi pjj Anticipate Building Tobacco Barns have made arrangements with our mills for We It these special bills and can are making the special price of $1.80 per hundred, ,F, Q..B.A .cars Lancaster. iT We ,.ar,e.lpo making a specialty, on painted and galvanized roofing. give prompt service. We Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Miss Viola Beagle, of Lancaster, at- There will be an old fashioned snell- tended the house party at the home of jK match at the Gn,(!e,i Sohooi Friday Miss May James Miss Mable Ma- - night. Notice. ouii, tx in me ijaiicusLei fiiuu Misses Alma and Mary Lear were in A meeting of the stocJitaMrra of n School, spent the week-en- d with her i.......! f . . i... ... ,r , parent. Mr, and Mrs. John C. Mason li wumiuiL iui iiitr viu enrols iviciniuu Farmers Unin Supply Cs.. of Gai r..n. rp. inurMiay evening. County, is caHedforMowkj March Ifiti Misses Annie Mae and Ellen Walker were guests of their aunt Mis. j It is reported that Messrs Fish awl I9M at It o'clock at Court Humt J. J. L. Duwer. Pr-.1!. F. Hudson in Lancaster last week. Hninmack have sold their entire stock the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. clb- goods to Mr. M. F. Heddrick. ..Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hagan, of, of Anderson. Notict. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury has return Lancaster, attended the funeral JI,"? s room gave very cnjo- of W. ed from a months stay with her daugh- T. Duerscn in ' able Mrs. Belle Perkins, of Stanfoul, has eercises in the chape! of the Ail persons having claims against this city last week Cov- Rev. F. M Tinder, of Lancaster, visit- - Graded faVnool Friday morning. the estate of Mr. Edrw Francis. .1. been the rocent guest of Mr. and Mrs. ter, Mis. James M. Staughton of ington. W L. Lawson. ed Dr. Barnes last week Ramsey awl W. N. ceased, will ptease present .r Mil MchV.T. Prescott Brown, of Stanford, was Mr. and Mrs. Alford Pojnter are re- Emma Doty has returned to her home Carter have returned to their home in erl.v proven. to the wuierigBvt(t . . . Miss Tewnif Fnuni-- . here with his brother, Russell Brown joicing over the ai rival of a pretty in Lancaster, after a pleasant isit to Charlotte Court House, Virginia. baby gill on the oth. Christened Gladys relatives m the city Miss Me-- 1 Adatmintnt i HmUnA- - Hiitus ?.;iv(. th nut ! for a short visit Koberts, of Lancaster, has been the complete stock of Hizhest Grade iseed , Elizabeth. Miss Hinelta Maekey of Newport arSWEET CLOSER guest of Mrs. U. II. Vtiught. Madi - Onts. Clover and Tim-na- j seed, that Mrs. Ii. T. Einbi-- was hostess at A rived Monday and will trim for Mrs. I soniaii, tun be found in the stat. Tfeev do The great new fertiliser and Progressive Hook Party Monday evenAda Kinuaird this season. not carry but one grade r. i thatu the MUkier - equal to alfalfa in ha;, . ,. A delicious reing for ii few friends. l r-- ,. OfTL f. pasture- Write for price list of Miss Elizabeth Collier was called to past was served. best mor.ev can bey. mums. vi i d -- Free Circular" telling h Fork Ridge, Tenn, by the illness of her We desire through the columns of Mrs. S. D. Turner and little daughter gnm it. mother Mis. J. B. Collier. "Anna Belle" have leturned homo the Recoid to eNtend to our many iOHMA.s;i1 GRAB ORCECAKB 4 Mrs. W. 0. Goodioe left Monday for from a visit to her sister Mrs. H. B. friends and neighbors our deepest l!V.t. pil R.O. 4.t.-- . ,, gratitude for the many acts of kindness Hendersonsville N. C. for a visit to Arnold at Pans. Kv. Mrs. Walker has been sick for sever- Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCormack. shown to m during the illness and after lal days, but is sonw-- better. Silica Misses Maiy Arnold and Elizabeth the death of our child, and tc assure Mrs. Frank Marksbury, Miss Elsie ' Dr. Willby Bnrpn is attending the Anv person kavinc; a Wednesday morning for them we shall ever cherish the memory a.' i. Morrow and Mrs. Jonn M. .Mount were j Anderson left Dtintal Association in Louuvill. , rf the esUte of tieo. G. Corbin where they will have charge of of those kindnesses. shopping in Danville the past week. ir a stshsh millinery house. Mr. George Holmes. Sr. is ouite sick will pleas present X. L. Prewitt and wife. The Chautauqua Circle met this week and symptoms of pneumonia are feared proser. to th nrnhraignisj w ot. . W. P. Chaaip with Miss Bettie Robinson. The theme ' Mr?. W. A. Carson and daughter. Card Of Thanks. Miss Jewell Goad man entertained a Miss Lottie Carson, of Stanford, weie for discusion was ""Petraicli Poetry." Adr. ti. Grow -- . Kind word and loving deeds in time party of yonnj; friends at her home here Tuesday for the burial of the Misses Saida Mason and Elizabeth little daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Z. T. of distiess .ue doubly dear to tile re this week. Fer Sle. Searcy of Richmond were guests the Rice of Richmond. Mrs. V. D. Xewlaml is keeping house cipient, and I take this method ot r I wish to sell privately Gay fair. latter part of the week of Miss Mabel assuiing those who showered so many for her broilier at the hotel in the abtaining about sixtv ert ef Imm). w i Mr. James R. Pearce who is connectMason. kindnesses upon me recently at the sence of his wife. watered and located 4) mies fror . ed with the Standard Oil Co., in a reof the death of my that Mr. James Edaiinston has retametl caster on Danville pike and Miss Nancy Goodioe was over from sponsible capacity at Junction City, time n i' they shall ever be lovingly remembered from Florida much pltasetl wit the Danville and spent Saturday and Sun was shaking hands with his many Lanfrom pike near Die river; abo a -by me. and those w ho were so lavish climate and prospects. day with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. caster friends Sunday. ?ar eH hay nwre. wad and dn.-we- ll in their assistance have my sincere O. Goodioe. and b"ifi tfoed cults over: -- .n Mr. J. B. Willis eonditioa reawms Tom N'orris. Friends will he glad to hear that Mr. gratitude. . frrnh about the same. Heart failure is his Three jersey i.eiftrr-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker, Miss W. S. Fish of Stanford but formerly !arth r first of Api.i tc.i ROfJ . . trouble. Mr. Stigsll's condition is not Lena Blight and nephew Gayle Doty of Paint Lick is convalescent after a HACKLEY- and one buck, a I yea and wi i improved. have been in Lexington tsiting Mr. recent operation in St. Joseph's a'tout March 1 a. Jerrv B! t I. cnJ Mrs. Jack Doty. in Louisville. Mr. Tommie Cotton has moved to his Jlr. J, Thomas Oterrv was ealM to mpt- r. K Brodhead last week to attend he bedfathers home place Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hughes, were in The Circle Girls held a reception Mrs. Mose Melear has been piite ill side of his aged father, but we are v Danville to hear the gifted singer Evan Tuesday evening in the Christian church glad to note be is much improved. Williams and were guests of Mr. and to which all of the church members with an ab? ess of the tooth. Mrs. Banks Hudson. of Ur. L , of Juu- Little Andrew Ross has been quite Mr. C'nrene M. Perkins. were invited. An appetizing luncheon the Bell Xational Bank of FfBeriTe lecenii.t prer good time socially were enjoyed ill with a rising in his head. Mr. Fred D. Bush, the genial Divis and a of his unc- - W E. tier. by these present. Mrs. Ina Parson called to see her visited iht-ion Passenger Agent, ot the L & N, Perkins in this citv x da since. aunt .Mrs. Bessie Casey Fndaj. t was in town Thursday and made this i$e. i. . W. Ii. . - ( Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson enter-tunewill be an entertalnaient Fri- with his r ' at N. m Mrs. George Denny who has been There oliiee a pleasant call. I. i.t their home on Stanford street, sick for some time is impnn ing. day night at the Christian church con- tarning irh; . guest being Judge Charles Prof. D. W. Bridges and sonD. War the honor Mr. G. S. Estes of Ktrksville bought of sisting of dialogiv. musii- - and tableau. ' . Maii.m i! ' v Mr. ren Jr. came down from Richmond : Hardin "Progressive Rook' and an in Mr. Ruben Baker a jerse? cow ami All are invited. Proceeds t to church. who i ' r ll citing juncheon made th hours pass tlr. t . Saturday and weie with Miss Annie calf price &. Hud-o- n & Hughes have the most at that .. . plecsani ly bj the guests. i'ir Herndon until Monday. ill, ami Mrs. Ottus Melear and little complete stock of Highest Grade Seed The last weii' Mary Goodioe Lackey, the daughter were the recent guest of her Osts. Clover and Timothy ed. that Reverend J. W. Beagle was in Louis Miss ,, ville in attendance at the Kentucky attractive j oung daughter of Mr. and patents Mrs. Miltow Ross. can be found in the state. They do ins; Society va hf Sutton. After aij Baptist Muii's Convention which was Mrs. Goodioe Lackey, of Kansas Citv Mr. and Mrs. John Prewitt snd two da carry but one grade- and that is the treated the Sock-- . in session Tuesday, Wednesday and is convalescent after ta operation for bright little sens, spjnt tile day with best money can buy. made cai'dws Thursday. cppendicitis. Miss Ld:ey is a grar.d- - his sister Mrs. Mosc Melear of Hackley. Weather is cold. A snow fell last Ilusdaon 4 Ha-- )i Misses Fjinoe and Lacy Ross spent nisht. more falling today, and winter complete stock of ' id. Saturdaj and Sundav with Miss Dennie still frowning upon us o. oat birds and Oats. Clover and I ' .' ? 55 i 2. dR :fc3K& , "cj ri JiCJ.V :&3S35$ Hunter of rurksnlle and attended early flowers know it will soon be time can be 'wand in the i' v proachkig at the Paptist church. for hist to go and they, like u. will carry t hat one grade goodbye to this cold Mr. j.imI A!rs. Ecy Schooler of this not Iw sad to say best money can bu i. ?.' place and bright little daughter Cora lad. V Mr. Malcom AldodV. Ilutsiwi snacit thr day with his parents There was an tuterestinx spelling Mr. Raymenfl ftjell IlaseUe ThursMr. and Mrs. R. ?. Schooler recent', last mateii at the Bpttt MLancaster were the gut Ky. BY MRS. B. P. SWOPE, Of BitANTSMLi.n. Hudson Hughes, have the most day night whica was well attended and ner Hughes Sunday. much enjeyed. "We did "ot learn how complete stock of Highest Grade Seed iT C: .: who has been Krijf in ; , Oats, Clotrer and Timothy seed, that medt was made, but pmoeed go to the for two years, states Out ui Ite found ii: the state. The.i Aaaot B. T. P. U . itii re rgnnized. Is delightful and the healt Half Angle Food Cake. aury iUK onccraue ana tnar that i s IHr. Charlie Buchanan left tor Louis family is ibout perfect I f. the iiest Jtioney can bu . sugar, 1 glass of pater.tlotlr. Yilio Thnrsdav after a most delightful reason he will never come dj. k Whites rf 17 eggs, 1J glasses J glass of corn starch. Tisrt to his trother and frierds in Crab native state to lite. Heaping spoonful of cream of tartar. Orchard. Hw manv friends wr!l be Biil'AM'.SltJ.l.S The remains of Mr. Levi Norr Level spoonful of baking powder. Flavor with lemon. to know he was granted a dibrought here from Bryaaai. n vorce front his w;te. in the lat ten Sift together flour, baking powder, corn starch, cream oC tarter scvuraJ Jlr". ni Mrt. H. I. liurtoc Soaday and placed at rest besa tsi Lincoln Court. times. Sift flour .2 or 3 tunes on anotht:. paper. Then beat egs in a crock Dasv:lle Frida.- - shopping. wife who preceeded him to tbf .r .. until very stilt", aid sugar slowly sifting a little at the time, tiwp fold in flour. MrsL Iron Fish went to K.chmond Air. u. a.. uiisereiuriKHl&us'.davtom bevonl only a short time ago. M r lysines trip to Owsley Co. a Si'ttmmy to attend the burial of her ris was 75 years obt and was ICI2-3G- . a i" and W. II. Hat ;, Mr. John Kennedy. He had heH of the church at this: place havn il.srs Vir-j- Vanai-dal3 eggs beaten very stiff, 2 cups of sugar cooked until it spins a-- threat1, IJwner siw.it the week end in LouiwiUc: en t Iorida ail winter for his health, awl ed 10 years A number of beat until it is very light. ett Mesdaiaes Parks aati O. J. stopped off ac Corbin for his dinner. galberetl aroumi the open uravt- - t HearJren, M Danville visited .Mrs. Wax. After a hearty meal hi died hefore the last tribute of respect. leaving thr restaurant, heart failure lleaeiren. was probai.!y the cause. Mr. Ilecry Tosdiiisoa stiil reixsiis IBUfn'j I vuxocersziBu Several socials were given this week in a ery rritica' condition and little P an mnor of Mr. Charlie Buchanan, who iioueij, eutsrlain-i-- l for his r?L-ii-i I 'Ail! conduct my third annual visiting in this city. Mrs. sa.i Mis Narviie Coulter has been on the has been MoUie Burgin entertained about thirty at inv place 2 miles from Lancaster i sick list for &evcr! days. During her fritnds, Mre. David Newland entertain on the Lexington pike, en Tuesday illness her sister, Miss Matti? Coulter, March 2!th. beginning promptly at III has been lilling her place in Becker. ed aiso, Mrs. Robert Collier had a live a. m. There will be offered to the ly crowd with her, and Mrs. Daisy Ballard & Co'a store. Hurt had a sooial in honor of his visit highest and best bidder the following ya artmcv Mr. and Mrs. Othc Montgomery are which was enjoyed by all who attended. livestock: 1 pair 2 year old mules, &'Ji!.ifiJiifl7 oil receiving congratulations over the ar I pair 3 year old mules. 1 six year old rival of a charming little daughter. Almare mule, 1 two year old mare mule. Notice uf Disolution. 1 three year old mare mule. 1 so a dainty little Miss arrived at the four year home of Mr. and .Mrs. U jj. Hendren. By consent is writing of the ma- old mare mule. 3 weanling mules. 1 Hudson & Hughes, have the most jority of stockholders of shares of weanling horse colt, 1 yearling norse complete stock of Highesi Grade Seed stock of The Joseph Mercantile Com- colt, 1 yearling mare colt, I five year Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that pany, notice is hereby given that said old harness horse, 1 four year old harcan be found in the state. They do not corporation is dissolved and is clos- ness horse. 1 four vear old harness .carry but one grade and that is the ing out its business, and all persons mare, 1 five year old harness mare. best money can buy. having debts or demands against the 2 good work mares, 6 brood marcs in Mr. Levi Norn's died Saturday morn- corporation shall present them at foal to jack, 5 good milk cows, 10 head ing at the home of his son, Mrs. Tom once for payment, and all persons weanling calves, 1 bull calf, 100 head ' Norris, after a lingering illness of sev- owing said corporation will call and sheep and Iambs, 7 brood .saws, 2a & ,. shoats and 1 Poland China boar. ' eral months. He was 75 years old and settle their acconnts. I will also offer the following farmv1r-.T.Cl- G The Joseph Mercantile Company. his death was due to the infirmities of it-- 5. ' ing implements: 1 cutting harrow, ir By Arthur Joseph, President. old age. His wife preceded him to the buggies and harness, 1 buckboard and grave only a few weeks ago and his This Feb 17th. 1914. J The above concern will continue quite a number of other implements if eon, Mr. Tom Norris and family have the sympathy of the entire community under the same name of the. Joseph used on the farm. Terms will be made known on day ot" in their bereavement. The interment Mercantile Companvsas a partnership, . ASHBY ARNOLD. took pace in the Fork church cemetery composed of Mrs Elizabeth Joseph, sale. Jsv Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. 1ASunday afternoon, services by Rev. i Arthur Joseph and Adolph Joseph. 1. Mahan. Mrs. J. W. Beagle has returned from a pleasant stay with friends in Covington. Rev. J. W, Beagle went to Brodhead Tuesday to preach Mr. John Cherry's funeral. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Currey Robinson was in attendance Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. at the National Reception recently held in Washington. Reverend J. W. Beagle was the Miss Mary Lynn Fox of Stanford is guest of Dr. Brown and wife of Stan with Lancaster relatives. ford Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. J. Pursley is at home from a Mr. John Anderson, of McKinney, stay of some length in Atlanta. has been visiting his cousins, Misses Mrs. J. C. Gastineau has returned Martha and Sallie Tillett. from a visit to relatives in Berea. Mrs. Wm. Burnett and little daugh'Mrs: John E. Stormes enjoyed a few ter Cassie May, left Wednesday for a days visit in Lexington the past week. few days visit in Shelbyville. Miss Jennie Wheeler is the pleasant Mrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter guest of her sister at Berea this week. Miss Lillian, were in Stanford the re W. S. Fish. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford, cent guests of Mrs. is with her cousin, Miss Willie Wilker Dr. W. E. Barton, of Oak Park 111, is expected shortly for a visit to his son. sister. Mrs. George M. Patterson. Miss Jennie Dickerson of Richmond! is visiting Misses Minnie and Bessie Mrs. W. A. Price is at home after a Brown. three weeks vii.it with her daughter, Fla. Mr. Malcom G. Aldridge of Texas is Mrs. Ray Orrell in Fort Pierce, in Lancaster for a visit to friends and Mrs. George Rallew, of Madison Co, relatives. is expected tho last of the week for a Miss Tommie Fran- Roe Young of Middlesboro is visit to her sister, Mr. j Gossip About People veN M. Lackey of this city whom she has often visited, Mrs. Eliza Ballard, spent Friday with her niece, Mrs. R. L. Hagan. Mrs J. A. McDowell, of Richmond has been visiting her sister, Mrs L. N. Miller. Mr. W. B. Duerson. of Wellington Kansas visited his uncle R. L. Hagan, Thursday and Friday. Rev. C. K. Marshal, Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, and Mrs. Joe Chenault, motored down from Richmond Tuesday for the burial of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice, and were the guest of Mrs. J. S. Johnson. Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago is the guest of Lancaster relatives and is being given a hearty welcome by his host of friends this week. George has lived in Chicago for many years and is one of the leading insurance agents of the Windy city. daughter of Mrs. D. Mrs. R. G. Woods Berea. Mr. Will Todd took in Stanford court spent Friday in V For Rent. 3 Monday. Mr. Tom Reynolds left Saturday for Atlanta III. Mr. W. M. Wilcox is out again after Stormes flat. I I Posession at once. Dr. Burnett. Seed corn and seed oats for cash at low prices. a recent illness. Dr. H. J. Patrick is spending the week in Louisville. Mrs. A. B. Estridge spent Wednesday with friends in Lancaster. Messrs Roy Estridge and Tom Logs- don spent Monday in Berea. Miss Mattie Cabel Woods was home from Richmond for the week end. Mr, Tandy Centers, who was injured in a motorcycle accident, is out again. Mr. John Conn of Lancaster spent from Saturday till Monday with home-folk- s. Garrard Milling Co. For Sale 1WJ acres land near Hyattsville Xy If not sold by March 1st, would lease to one or more parties for tobi ceo or hemp. Address, Mrs. PattieO. Hayilort. Nicholasville, Ky. R. R. 4. Phone 4S72. Lexington Exchange. Car Salt. bushel hag 28cls, 1 bushe Img 33c. 2 bushel bap 70e, 2fc Ife barre SI.H). S. N. DrvK LaaeaaU-r- . K One-half r. I I ! "wr su. t- , i 4t a 1 , i ti;hsi J Cas-Me- r d if i i - 1 . i - -- I -- favorite Recipes Qf ,' nowii ,i;,. uiuea. i . : . - A k-.- $ wv " i' e F.w-r- a. -- ,"- Public Sale. Tfi3S?e is no sui mxrmte foRoyal e$ iot w- m ! est cake Biscuit and p&stay Royal 'is AB- 0ItJte!y Ptf i?e and the Cfflly haM&g powdzt yal r'i isom (tj'? i tastat v V.to, fc. . ',--.. ,a . ?f. ,jt3L--a - "". ' - - - 1 . . V Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 12, 1914. Wanted 10 Experienced Sales People 10 Wanted B B THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Is To Be ran warn JJ. g. CRISIS EXTRAORDINARY i a 8 ?! BROWN, LANCASTER,KENTUCKY f' completely Adjusted and The Clothing Stock Closed Out. s 7,000.00 Our entire stock of high grade, stylish M"ST BE SAISED IN DayS usssarzsssseissexzBr, Regardless of the sacrifice necessary to secure this vast amount in the short time left to accomplish it. Greatest Price Reduction Ever Offered In The Vicinity. this emergency. Mr. Brown wishes to personally vouch for every statement made in this advertisement and to assure his friends and customers that this is an unprecedented occasion where the best bargains of the past will appear quite ordinary in comparison: Nothing short of a crisis such as this would cause such a wanton sacrifice of values. But a raise of $7,000 out of $20,000 stock in 13 days is a great undertaking that no ordinary sale would accomplish. To accomplish it in the short time forced upon us means that drastic measures must be employed, prices must be reduced s low that people will come miles and miles and buy liberally and fast. This- quick forced Adjustment will be advertised bread cast, far and uear, and because of the phenomenal values offered, the crowds will be immense but we have arranged so that the will be resorted to in - Adjustment bargains on these splendid Mens Clothing is to be completely closed out LADIES GARMENTS without regard to cost, value or Tormer selling price. represent remarkable savings that you cannot afford to ignore. Come and see them. 'X Crowds Can Be Promptly And Carefully Served. Store will be Closed for Two daysTuesday and Wednesday, to Mark Down the Goods. 1 VmoHoTf 11W1 OvlCiy I !S3!X25353E?3CT35 ?D53erssaaEWX3BaEasEJ23EHjra 9 M nurrrl J.T.LClX jcszz&r.z: zzxsii day-Com- Wonderful bargains in Dry will Goods. make buying now for your future needs an economy that you should not miss. Tremendous cuts on No prices have been quoted in this Ad because we want to surexe prise you opening pecting the most stupendous bargains you ever saw You'll be delighted. lOfh vll ALll : Is The Opening Day 9a.m. The Opening Hour lTFUWJIJt jwwmww Now to supply your Footwear needs for many months to come. This stock must be reduced at least one half. My Word To The Public. are not going out of business. Our stock is to be readjusted and $7'000 must be raised quick regardless of the sacrifice required and to accomplish it during this sale we shall be doubly careful to make certain that every patron gets complete satisfaction in every detail. Your confidence and faith is the prize we seek above all else. We Watch For The Men On The Roof Furnishings offer many chances to save that ordinary economy demands that you grasp. Dollars saved are dollars at 8:45 a. m., Thursday, March 12th. Free Gifts For Everyone in front of our store, on opening day at 8:45 a. m. Come and get your share of the big bargains. This sale calls for an unprecedented slashing of prices on everything in our entire stock. Cost and value earned. have not been considered at all. ! Yourmoney back as quick as a wink if you would rather have it Forced Adjustment Of The Entire Stock of We will have plenty of good clerks so than the goods. R S. Lancaster, Kentucky. Your Railroad Fares Paid to Lancaster and back again if BROWN that the crowd can be well taken care of. you come within 30 miles and trade $15.00 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 12 1914. Page 7 MHMII000O000O0OtO0M MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 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. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. at Lebanon To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. 3Bfi9 -- lNSUMNCfc IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to yon the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Eeade- d OB3- " men realize the importance of In surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge !ou. Uitarie A. Hardm. Common; enltlis Attorney Hou. Emmet Ma-o- il. Pur-yea- r. Circuit ClerU William II. Master Commissioner W. 11. Brown. Trustee Jury Fnuil Benj. K. Kobluson. Ollicial Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge C. A. Arnold. County Attorney G. U. Walker. County Clerk J. W . Hamilton. Deputy cleri. Harry Tomllnsou. Coroner J. A. Jones. feherlff C. A. ItobiUMiu. Deputy sLerilT Ueorge T. Ballard. Superlnteudant of Schools Miss Jennie Dae Sanderc. Deputy Assessor I'.. IJ. Kay. Jailer Ilae ltose. Supervisor of Kuu.ii Jlevelaud Bourne. Treasurer J. . r.ii.uuc. Assessor MA'.I.-TKAIK- S. glrs. H:g J. X. White Int. In-- :. Logau I son 2nd. Hist. John S. Hdm 3rd, I'Nt. James Coldiroti 4th. Hist. COUNTY li.JAKD OF KDUCATION. Thumps Amcdd. Jr. R. D. McMurti O. : ;ud. Ir. Dit. . li-t- J. Hendren. r.l. lll-- t. Thomas r Kii.g. Illi. lUt. - C1TVOF LANCAsTKH. Mayor L. G. Davidson. City Judge J. 1". l'rather. City Attorney J. E. Hobinsou. City Clrk F. G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. K. Champ. Chief Police I.. E. Herroii. COUXCILMEX 11. C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. Sam Cotton, W. M. Zanone. W. O. Goodloe. Dr. J. A. Anion. POSTED The undersigned hereby jpve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Price J. V Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Jas. G. Conn. Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25centf cash. County Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Mrs. Dennie Scott remains quite ill. MILLERSBURG, KY. A Woman customer said to us the Mrs. Bettie Jackson is numbered with YOU BREATHE IT. An Attractive Home School For Girls. OOCOOOOO C00C90a00aO90OOO0O Mrs. Jim Lee and little son spent other day, "Say. you ought to tell the sick. everyone in town about Rexall DyspepWednesday with Mrs. H. D. Lee. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosMr. A. O. Montgomery bought some If your head is all stuffed up from a sia Tablets. I would myself if I corn recently at $4.25 per bbl. Listen, Listen. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark are rejoicing phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Listen, cold or catarrh, you suffer with dull So could." That set us to thinking. Miss Edith P. Montgomery began a headaches and seem lacking in vitality, over the arrival of an 8 lb boy. It has and safe religious environment. New many people have used them and have Go where your trade is appreciat buildings combining all modern convenor are constantly snuffing and cough- been christened Sammie. select school at Bourne Monday. so enthusiastically sounded their praises iences. Health record unsurpassed. ed. A New Broom Sweeps Clean ing, ycu need a remedy that will give Raymond Montgomery who has been Hudson & Hughes, have the most both to us and their friends, that we and College Entrance Cours- but the Old One Gets the Dirt. very sick for several days is able to be the puickest, most effective and lasting complete stock of Highest Grade Seed Academic had an idea you all knew about them. relief possible something that will go Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that es. Music Department under skilled You are invited to the old ReBut, in the chance that some of you up again. right to the spot, clear the head and can be found in the state. They do artists trained in Germany, Lecture liable Shop. who suffer from indigestion, heartburn, Mrs. Willie Upton of Shelbyville is throat and end vour misery. and Concert Course. Domestic Science. not carry but one grade and that is the The growing popularity of the school dyspepsia, or gome other stomach com- the guest of her daughter Mrs. Job HENRY DUNCAN Surely use Hyomei all druggists sell best money can buy. plaint, don't know about them we are Marsee. i3 evidenced by the fact that a number Richmond Street. it. It is just a remedy, and is entirely writing this. After an illness of a few days, death of pupils were turned away last sesThe little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. harmless and pleasant to use you They contain Bismuth and Pepsin, came and called little Edna Adams, sion for the lack of room to accommono stomach dosing. aids Bill Adams of Loyd was buried at this breathe it two of the greatest digestive date them. Thii antiseptic oiis of Hyomei mix daugher of Willie Adams. place Friday afternoon. known to medical science. They soothe Expenses for board, tuition, etc you breathe its health-givin- g A warmer and a truer friend in life I with the air Mr. and Mrs. Will Growanddaughter and comfort the stomach, promote the lower than other schools of like grade. never knew, medication immediately rf aches secretion of gastric juice, help to Lucy were with her parents Mr. and Send for catalog and engage a room And when she died her patient soul the sore and inflamed mucous membrane quickly digest the food and convert it , Mrs. Joseph Rogers at Danville Satur Rev. C. C. Fiher, Pres. you feel better in five minutes. It is Put on its wings of love' to bid farewell j early. Prices Right. into rich.red blood, and improve the day and bunuay. Millersburg. Ky. Good Service. to earthly things practically impossible to use Hyomei action of the bowels. We believe them Fhont 25 And seek a home above. Husdson & Hughes, have the most and not only be relieved but permanent to be the best remedy made for indiges- complete slock of Highest Grade Seed ly benefited. R. E. McRoberts will re- How we will miss you since from earth Lancaster, - - Kentucky. We certainly Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that tion and dyspepsia. you have passed away, fund your money if you are not satis1 wouldn't offer them to you entirely at can be found in the state. They do not fied. And our hearts are aching feorely as Ask for the complete outfit-- Si. our risk unless we felt sure they would carry but one grade and that is the we think of you today. 00 size. D. Wholesale prices direct to the do you a lot of good. If Rexall Dysbest money can buv. consumer. I have a full line pepsia Tablets do not relieve your inMr. Jas Stone sustained a very bad IMaKAUHKKSV.I.I,.'. To The Housewife. digestion, check the heartburn, and of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and make it possible for you to eat what bruise and mash on the limb and foot will be pleated to suiimit samMadam, if your husband is like most Monday caused by a horse falling Miss Lena Arnold visited relatives at men you like whenever you like, come back last Office at Rainey s Livery Stable he expects you to look after the ples and prices. Terms spot on him. He has bince been confined to Crab Orchard. and get your money. health of yourself and children. Coughs -- his room. Kenl-ick- : cash. Lancaster. Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rexall Mr. William Barnes visited Mr. and and colds are the most common of the Stores, mid in this town only at our Mr. Tom Hicks has rented his farm, j Mrs. Levi Bell. minor ailments and are most likely to W.BUSil NELSON, store. Three sizes. 25c, 50c, and $1.00 recently purchased from Mr. Willard. " V Lunsford visited lead to serious diseases. Miss Margaret A child is ) It ?; Lexington, Ky. t R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster Kv. to Mr. Ed Adams, and Mr. Willard and Misses Ballard. much more likely to contractdiphtheria i" if! . O"" TOv.. family will leave in a few days for Va. Mr. John T. Rigsby will start for or scarlet fever when is has a cold. wheie they will reside. you will inquire into the merits of the MK'fiM v.. Arizona Tuesday. Miss Susan Edmiston visited Mrs. various remedies that are recommended for coughs and colds, you will find that W. A. Ray sold a horse to Henry Mason Holtzclaw. LANCASTER PROOF Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands K. IV. Morrow, irmiu.it e 0;jVj.-- : Sebastian for $110. Mr. Tom Naylor is quite ill of a com-- ! high in the estimation of people who Mrs. J. S. Gilbert is at home after a Should Convince Every Lancaster Reader. plication of diseases. use it. It is prompt and effectual. visit to ftiends at Paris. Miss Ha Pettus visited heruncle, Mr. pleasont and safe to take, which are Dr. J. S. Gilbert purchased of Ike The frank statement of a neighbor, R. G. Pettus and family. qualities especially to be desired when Duncan 10 shoats at 8 cts. telling the merits of a remedy, Misses Maggie and Rosa Arnold visit a medicine is intended for children. Bids you pause and believe. Hiram Ray bought 18 shoats from ed Miss Mayme Holtzclaw. and For sale by all dealers. tf ECU230N POULTRY Cl'SE The same endorsement George Ray at $8 per hundred. Covra a chick's throat cures lb. Mr. F. L. Thompson sold prr.. A few drops ia tie By some stranger far away Mr. Loton Bogie of Jessamine Co., hogs to Mr. J. M. Cress at 8 cts. tlMt!i.i!r Tr.:cr ceres ana Commands no belief at all. rrt.rrt-- . citnle.-a- , ditrrhoci TE.VTEHSY1LLK. was with relatives here the first of the Mrs. William Ranke visited her niece, and i!h.rclii- - disease- - One Here's a Lancaster case, """ I' .t'e m ifco 13 pallons of week. Opposite Post Oflkp Mrs. Willian Bartels on Cedar St. At a'l aruR-is- t? A Lancaster citizen testifies. Mr. Willie Bolton was down Sunday mple a"d tnoklrt on "Cl A little daughter arrived at the home lb. Mr. John T. Rigsby sold , of Fowls" bent FHKn. . Bath In Connection. Read and be convinced. to see his best girl. of Mr. and Mrs. John Humphrey Mrs, C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard hogs to Mr. J. M. Cress at 8J cts. ftjy?w gfJSSX Esurtcn Remedy Ca.lcijttr r March 5th. Mr. Tom Lane bought a horse of Mr. 7 T8 Mr. George W. Naylor is visiting his St., Lancaster, Ky., says; "My kidneys Dr. Perkins has returned to his home were out of order and I had pains daughter, Mrs Kate Wade, in Corbin. Thomas Broadus price unknown. in Muskogee Oklahoma, after a visit through my back and kidneys, At timMisses Lida and Ida Lane was re Rodgers and Hutchins bought a pair to relatives here. es I was nervous. Dean's Kidney Pills I of horse mules from Mr. Jacob Sowders cently a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson & Hughes, have the most made me feel much better and stronger for $250. Prewitt. complete stock of Highest Grade Seed in every way." The National Weekly Mr. Charles Rigsby is contemplating Misses Iva Allie B. Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that If your back aches if your kidneys a visit to his brother, Frank T, Rigsby spent SundayPearl andMr. and Hume with Mrs. can be found in the state. They do bother you, don't simply ask for a kidin Arizona. Floyd Ray. Physician and not carry but one grade and that is the ney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Miss Lillie Ray, Miss Allie May and best money can buy. Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. BrumMr. Amon Hume spent a few days Until this year LANCASTER, KY. Raymond Thompson visited Miss Lucile Mrs. Iva Teater is in Louisville buy- mett had the remedy backed by home last week with Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Collin's has been Thompson. R idence Phone 22C Office Phone ri. Foster-Milbur- n sold at $5.50. Now Ray near Mt. Hebron. 50c all stores. ing her spring line of millinery goods, testimony. the price is $2.50 Mr. Howard Holtzclaw sold a sow Co., Props.. Buffalo. N. Y. also inspecting the latest designs in A little girl has come to the home of and w ehave secured and pigs to Mr. Wm. Flanary, of Stingy dress making. aconcession whereMr. and Mrs. Tom Lane and has been ! Creek, by ne can offer it m iji m ti 4 ' 12. I 'tirnn?"" Intuit storo- Mrs. Jennie Broadus has returned christened Lurla May. HAMILTON VALELT. at a still further Miss Sarah Smith, of Copper Creek, from Baltimore. Maryland, 'where she reduction in conHudson & Hughes, have the most was visiting her sisters, Misses Nora Jb" went for treatment and we hope that nection with this complete stock of Highest Grade Seed Mr. James Brock of Mix Springs has and Violet Smith. publication. she has been greatly benefited. smallpox. DENTIST. Misses Carrie and Grace Anderson, Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that They do Special Offer to Our Readers Mr. Houston Green left last week for Mayme Jloltzclaw visited Misses Hattie can be found in the state. Pht.itr rv. KT. i' J not carry but one grade and that is the Recocnizinc the great demand for Collin's at BE SURE IT'S THE 'AU- New Mexico. and Grace Perkins the new price, we have made arrangements to best money can buy. Mr. Ebb Cooley is at home from otTcr it and our own publication each one year Rev. J. M. Rogers, the new paster BURN HAIR GIRL' for the price of Cottier's alone. This is a limited 4 Frankfort for a few days. of the Baptist church, will preach Satoffer and must be taken advantaee of promptly. Prewitt. She Represents Parisian Sage An Inurday and Sunday. Mr. A. J. Hammack bought a sow The death angel has visited the home What You Get in Coll ier s from Ebb Bentley for $15. .Rev. R. B. Baird'did not preach at Quickly Hair Tonic. vigorating of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Prewitt and claimCotlier's is the one Mr. Richard Lear sold a sow and five the M. E. church Sunday on account of ed for its victim their darling little weekly of the whole bijr. independent, fearless country. Not only is it the Removes Dandruff. citizen's handbook but it is also a being quite sick of a deep cold. pigs to Mr. Joe Lear for $20. daughter Edith Francis, 3 years old cood magazine for the whole family. Among the Ken tuck 7 Paint Lick. things that a year's subscription gives arei Hudson & Hughes' have the most who died Wednesday March 4th, 1914. Mr. Wm Isaacs sold two cows and You can use nothing better than complete stock of Highest Grade Seed She was sick just a few days with 1000 Editorials Parisian Sage, as sold at drug counters calves to Andy Ledford for $150. 600 News Photos Mr. J. N. Hulette and family visited Oats, Clover and Timothy sead, that .pneumonia and God released her from 250 Short Articles H everywhere.to make the hair soft, fluffy 12 a. m. Phone Office Hours , to 150 Short Stories (.can be found in the state. They do her .pain and took her todive with Him. 229. m and abundant. It stops itching head, their daughter Mrs. Ed. Hoskins. 10O Illustrated Features dot carry but one grade and that is the After funeral services at the home by 2 Complete Novels invigorates the scalp, and removes Mr. James Poynter bought a sow and .best moey can buy. Mr. James Beazley the little body was Collier's M. K. feny anfl W. A. Wfieeler dandruff with one application. $2.50 Boll) for only six pigs from Richard Lear for $25. oyster supper given Saturday taken to Freedom for burial. The Central Record If vour hair Is getting thin, or is Mr. Wm. McQuerry bought 8 barrels i The . $1.00 Doctors Gf Denlr.l Surgery. harsh, dull and lifeless, do not despair of corn from Mr. IC. F. Parsons, for $4, .night by the brethren of Derrick War- - grief stricken parents have the synv torme-- lint'iliiicovci Hurt it Atirtet Lodge, No. 5t!l, of F. and A, M. at pathy of this community. Olhce ner give it attention. Frequent applicaHudson & Hughes, have the most this place, was a success and well aton'- Furniture More tions of Parisian Sage well rubbed into complete Beware of Ointments for stock of Highest Grade Sead tended notwithstanding the inrlement Only a few short days ago KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, the scalp will do wonders. 3o full of life and love. Oats, Cloverand Timothy sed, that weather. About 125 persons were pre- Catarrh that Contain Mercury When the hair is falling out, splits, can be found in the as mercury vill rurely destroy Hie Ernt state. They do sent including the visitors, invitations Taken from those who loved her so of smvll and cuuipletely or is too dry and streaky, surely use not carry lmiiK tlic For a home in heaven above. but one grade and that is the having been extended to all. The com"lwn it tliruusli nfole sysu-tParisian Sage it supplies hair and tin? niuoius surf- -i es. Sueii articles should best money can buy. cfpt on prescriptions mittee an arrangements consisted of The golden Gates were open. Ttter Ih-- lit,-.scalp needs. Get a 50 cent bottleifrom from rv;.titalV physicians, as tno daiiiaKm To admit another little soul. Mr. John Kinnard bought a pair of Messrs J. M. Cress, V. C. Cummins, R. E. McRoberts at once. Jt certainly you will do tliy "nsMbly ten fold 10 the ctMMlHull-d, rive from tan your head feel fine and gives work mules from Richard Lear for and Jones L. Anderson. Those know- Another beautiful. life has ended. makes Catarrh t urfc. mnnufncrurrtl l.y V. J. And gone to a fairer world. "h ncy .t Co.. Toledo. O . ing the above named gentlemen .know onlaltis no the bair that enviable gloss and.beauty $327.50. mercury, and is taken ir.urnally. acting Mr. Richard Lear sold a cow to Wm. that they never do things bv halves. Oh grieve no moredove ones, you desire, diroctly tipcr. the Mood and mucous following ladies were the of the svs,tn. la buying Hall's Shelton for $50 and a yearling heifer to The That your darling is no more. Catarrh Cutv tie si re ywti set the Renu-in- r. on refreshments: Mrs. W. H. She is with her Saviour, James Poynter for $21. It is tAT.Pi irtprnallv and made JlcCKEARY.. Tdjn. Ohio,. by ". J. Cheney & Co. in Office Phone 27. Residence Phone ? Mr. Richard Lear and family will Cummins, Mrs. Jones L. Anderson, On the bright eternal shcre. A hv Drucsist Price Tc per bottle. Miss Inez Ray is in Frankfort. leave this week for Illinois where they j Airs. W. C.vCummins, Mrs. J. M. Cress Taie flairs Family TlUs for constipation. and Marinda Pettus. A long table had LANCASTER KY Mr. Elish Forbes is numbered with willimake their future home. iteen. erected through the entire length the sick. of the. lower hall. A bounteous spread Miss Stella Ray is visiting friends at VALUE OF table gave the RHEUM FROM THE COURT coupled with a well-sBuckeye. appearance of a regal banquet. The Mr. George Calico has baen .visiting Judge Barhorst Was Relieved Of- - Rheu hall was we. I filled before the hour of friends here. supper. Above in their lodge room the ' UlnnAn!. 1.... matism After Doctors Failed. .,!.... ivcic iw.c. Willi U rt Mr. Eugean Bradshaw visited .Smiley iuasuiii.1 uicbll&cil ...n. uusjr ...!U kilt; Qi SI ixrnrlr rotilio. tn tli rrla" Tho f?ful ' Hill last week. "Thedford's 01 Mrs. J, W. Hill was the guest of her Jf you have tried many other reme- Orchard Lodge. No. 036, was represent'is the best .'l kt Jv- medicine r !f dies and doctors' treatments for Rheu- ed by the following: Dr. W. J.. Edmismother last week. matism and found they failed, do not ton, Louis .Bell, Chas. Davis, Bragg I. ever used," writes J. A. Mr. N. Bogie was in Lancaster last be skeptical about trying RHEUMA. Thompson, . L. Xing, R, J. McAlister week on business. Steehnan, of Paitonville, Texas. Read the testimony of Judge John Bar- and the Messrs. Collier. Brodhead j Mrs. Rulinda Hill visited Mrs Lizzie horst of Port Loramie, O. "1 suffered terribly with liver Lodge represented by J. Thos. Cherry Walker recently. "After treatment by three doctors and Wade Leece. These gentlemen troubles, and could gelaio relief. Miss Elizabeth Beazley is visiting without result, I have been cured of a conferred the third degree on Cvrus The doctors said I had conMiss Bertie Walker. very bad case of .Rheumatism by using Johnson. Dr. W. J. Edmiston attendsumption. I could not 9ork at Mr. i. H. Posey is very much im- two bottles of RHEUM A, It is now ed to the installation of the officers of wmSSr Everything for Orchard. Lawn ami two years since I used the remedy, and this lodge who were elected for this proved at this writing. alL Finally I tried Hotel fienry Watterson I am still as well as ever. Previously, year. At the conclusion of the exerWillie Kender bought of A. D. BradGarden. I wasacripple, walking with crutches." cises the body repaired to the hall in shaw a horse price $175. THEDFORD'S LOUISVILLE, KY. Such testimony shonJd be convincing. response to the call to supper. There Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Mrs. Will Walker has been the guest 50 cents of R. EL McRoberts guaranTlie South'. mit popular priced, modern a delightful hour was spent in satisfyhotel. . of Mrs, Dan Ray recently. Absolutely teed. ing the inner man. Good cheer preahcated in the a very heart of the retail ahoppinc dirtrictand H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Miss Nannie Calico is visiting her vailed and everyone present felt that near all the theatres. brother Mr. Albert Calico. Fineit Cafe in Letuaille, with moderate it was good to be there. The brethren COY Lexington. Kentnrl-prices. Mr. and Mm. W. H. Beasly visit Mrs. of Preachersville Lodge wish to thank "PS Nurserymen since 1841. ul""?? 'FT 25 D"""'. "6 to 8day t Lizzie Walker at McCreary. .d? ho,e p. Mrs. Mary A. Preston is improving. the several committees for their efforts m. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service " Kestaurant. Mrs. Albert Bradshaw who has been Miss Mayme Bruner of Little Hick- in behalf of tne affair; also wish to exRathslceller open from 4p.ra.lols.rn. tend their thanks to Crab Orchard very sick is some improved. man visited friends here last week. Orchestral and vocal music aaajsijii and to my surprise, I got better, Miss Anna Scrume has returned back Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge are re- Lodge for their excellent work. ROOM PRICES as well as any and am ?1 Tkfiftltf?. s- - V Mr ? to Midway after visiting friends here. joicing over the arrival of a fine boy. U . I ;3 at With running water and man." Thedford's Black-Draug- ht i. Mr. and Mrs. Miley were the guest Mrs. C. S. Sanders and children visit private toilet $1 per day is a general, cathartic, at the home of Mrs. Walker Saturday. ed her mother in Jessamine last week. With private bath $1.50 STH"B3ka " vegetable liver medicine, that up to $3.00 pir day Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and Mrs. Mary Sanders visited her son, I Onlcklr relleTM RhAHfnattm- - SoraMns. handsome children have been the guest L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard the past has been regulating irregulariLarge sample roma ffaajaaka aivV Ias K An Pa frl a IaaWajiI, . Vassal H Vt? trfl rt ft anilM.VA.t with private bath $2.50 of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill of Buckeye. week. allDluni. Yonr monT hart if it fails to - B ties of the liver, stomach and acne, in anr narz orpine doqt in! Wf are dealers; established M jiqts inr P"? to $3.50 per day. iz;r.ai. JS nl85;andcandoBSTTERforvou ui,bccu uuauirg uaf, Hudson & Hughes, have the most Hudson & Hughes, have the most bowels, for over 70 years. Get at Van agents or any frtcaSOc. At All JOrufraiHs. You are cordially Invited to male thu complete stock of Highest Grade Seed complete stock of High Grade Seed m chants. References commissionin jner- - sV onuu na usipia aaaREMEDYami a nqnan. bank IonI a package today. Insist on the BOURBON COMPANY. noterypur headquarters while in Louisville ES Isville. Write for weekly price list. Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that even ii uniy- ior a day. nave your mail! 342 East Main St., Lexington. K E-M. SABEL 4. SONS genuine Thedford's. ana pacKaces addressed here. You will I can be found in the state. They do not can be fouud in the state. They do M 33 E Mart.! St. UWl$11Ul.tT. always oe a welcome guest. ' Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL? carry but one grade and that is the not carry but one grade and that is the ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. money can buy. best money can bay. best We Have Faith In This Stomach Remedy. Mt. Hebron HYOMEI RELIEVES FIVE MINUTES. IN Mrs". JUDS0N. Addie Simpson visited her aunt Sunday. I A. M. BOURNE ' Auctioneer. Wm. FIELD SEED. sryor, Veterinary and Dentisr. -- Surgeon J I ! If j ' ' ' 3THE new ' 31-1- lip Barber Shop kvUi-Ih- c ' ' Collier's - !J.I n eaie9irop W. M. ELL50TT, ' ( I Qg First Time in Clubs Surgeon. -- for--$2- B. "Wajteh i H. J. PATRICK, ' Dentist. . Ito4-7to0- p. I .... $2.50 ) -- I ' J A BEAZLEY Funeral Directoi and Embaime tlu-m- . i sur-f.ic- fo I .com-'.mitt- et mmmmsms8mm Black-Draught trawfeeriy ants Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. ii 7iW' BLACK- - f; v DRAUGHT to-d- ay ,rMK II iIT7rV " e- 'ifSa H H 15'' SSJS-.- I . 70 CT-mt- vi: Page 8 UMMM '. The Central Record, Thursday Mch 2 1 vcri m? VI t '.jCwv r jNkf-v- stake, corner to Cunningham; thence N 6'E 8 to another stake; thence S 89 BRIEF SILAGE FACT8. W 10 poles to a stake near a young walnut, his corner; thence N 67i W 90J FARMER'S COLUMN Silage fed stock require poles to a beech and ash stump, corner less grain than cattle fed to same; thence N 782 W 66 poles to a immuilOOOUli SociiiiniiiiiJUOMMeof dry fodder and produce beef, stake; thence N 82 W 80 poles to a large poplar, said corner 11 poles to more economically. e a stake and beech pointer; thence S 10 .ipacc tielow ttiu beading Is for tne exclu-?Few facts in agriculture have W 49 poles to a stake on top of Dix use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for been more clearly and concluRiver cliff; thence along the top of said ne sale of stock, grain and such things on sively established than that the cliff S 83 E 10 poles to a stake S J pole as he farmer cannot afford to adverfarm How many hospital patients, sufferwrites "D. D. D. is superior to anysilo Is a necessity to the stock ing the frightful Itch, the raw scorchSouth of a cedar pointer S 87J E 32 thing I tise. No notice will be accepted over four Soft farmer. ing pain of skin disease, have been soothing, have aever found.agent." and yet poles to a stake 21 links West of a hick powerful (lues, and will be only fn two Issues of the soothed to sleep by a soothing fluid Combining the cost of growory pointer S 83 E 23 poles S 89 E 18 To do the work. D. D. D. Inscriptfree of chance rcori. washed In by the nurse's hands? ing the corn crop and the cost of be according to poles S 80 E 18 poles N 84 E 12 poles That fluid is the famous D. D. D. ion must givenapplied the pamphlet directions In siloing and adding ZO cents per S 71 E 34 poles S 80 E 28 poles S 71 E Sale:-1- 5 prescription for eczema. head of sheep and 12 For around every bottle. Follow these diton for depreciation, the cost of 42 poles to a cedar and ash sprouts N THE SUPEBVISHTO OTJBSE of one rections and see! J. A. Conn, Jr. lambs. 89 E 18 poles to an ash. elm and hick producing silage a mounts to $2.2T of our prominent Catholic Institutions And it certainly takes away tho Itch (name of nurse and Institute on appliper ton. ory sapling, S 70 E 10 poles to a cedar at once the moment tho liquid Is apLoccst posts. For Sale:-100- 0 cation), writes regarding a patient. plied. N 74 E 3 poles to another cedar S 88 Silage, whether it be com. The skin Is soothed calmed "The disease had eaten her eyebrows J. W. Sanders, Judson. Ky. E 21 poles to another cedar S 69 E 25J away. Her nose and lips had become so thoroughly refreshed delightfully Kaffir or cane, has a palatability disfigured. Since the use of V. D. D. cooled. poles to a white oak S 56 E 32 J poles to and a succulence which other her eyebrows are growing, her noso AH druggists of standing Jones and Cress sold to W..S. Weava stake near a locust pointer S J W 26 and face have assumed their natural famous specific as well as thehave the feeds do not possess and which efficient poles to a stone S 24J W 14 poles to a er 17 head of cattle for $34 a head. expression," D. D. D. Skin Soap. are absolutely essential in makhickorv stump; thence along the fence How many eczema sufferers are payEat we are so confident of the mering up a suitable ration for'the sold to ing their doctors for regular treatwith Theo Dunn's line N 89J E 5 poles B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, prescription ment and are being treated with this its of this purchase pricethat we will milking cow. refund the N 80 E 15 poles N 73J E 103 poles to a of the first C. W. Latham, a bay mare mule for same soothing, healing fluid? full size bottle if it falls to reach The cow will not tire of .silage stone marked "A"; thence S 3 E 20 SB. QEO. T. HICHABDSOir frankly your ease. You alone are to Judge. $150. will of other feels. The as she poles S 23J E 24 poles S 2J E 7.2 poles cow will eat silage tin- - year to a lynn and white oak on said branch; R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. It. C. Arnold, of Lincoln bought thence S 84 E 4.6 poles to the beginaround if she has opportunity. from James Roberts a good milk cow Fully Supplied. ning containing One Hundred and Nine 4t r. ,..... ivi i and one fourth acres (199 A), Maid "If you please, m'm, man for $40 together with all the cliff land hereto has called with a bill." Mistress and properly belonging to the above F. B. Marksbary, purchased 20 head HORSE CAST IN STALL "Tell him we have some already!" described boundary and containing of 500 pound cattle fiom G. B. Broyles seventyfive acres (75A)moreorless. Be Method of Procedure When This Comat $30 each. ing the same land conveyed to William F i Carelessness a Bad Fault. mon Accident Occurs. Hager by J. H. Hustonville. bought of i of care does us more damage January 13. 1910,Easley by deed dated Want J. I. Gann. of A "cast" horse is oiie that gets down and ' knowledge. Benjamin book No 26, page 399, recorded in deed in the stall and Is unable to ri-- e. This mare tiian want of H. C. Baughman, a Garrard County Those who believe that the Brown rranklin. Clerk's offics, and by Wm. F. Hager to Is a common and often fatal accident mule for $185. Swiss cattle have not made ereat S. W. Hager and others bv deeds dated that might iu many Instances be preimprovement durinc the last six or February 11th, 1910, and December 9th vented, says Dr. A. S. Alexander in Reynolds and Scott of Jessamine seven jears hae not been watching 1913. and recorded in Deed Book No 20, the Rural New Yorker. Pepper a closely these cattle shown, nor have county, sold to Cook and they studied the records that the page 173, and Deed Book No 30, page When n horse is found rust in his small bunch for $27 individuals in the breed have been 510. Garrard County Clerk's office. do not "rattled. as often demonstrating They are making The purpose herein is to sell the land stall W. T. White, of near Wavnesburjr, been shot by their performance and apiear-anc- e iointlv held and indivisible and divide occurs. Many a horse has up , that, although as a dairy in time if that would get dold to John Pike, of Ottenheim, a the proceeds arising therefrom among breed they are only seven years sensibly treated. Remember that when ' mare for $125. old. they are worthy of a distinct GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. the parties as their rights may appear. a horse has been cast for a long time place among dairy breeders as anTERMS. the hind leg on the under side tends to T. Allen, the eminent food specialist, says imals capable of producing profitaDr. J. Crane, of Mercer county, bought Plffs. Belle Tatum, et al, bly dairy products on the American Tie aa,e wj De made Qn a credjt of become numb or cramped from lack of from Al Cross two cows and two heifThe Illustration shows a farm. vs six and twelve months and the pur- - circulation of blood. Iu this condition "Corn braad, baked slowly at low temperature is beters at 5J cents a pounJ. lirown Swiss cow of good dairy chaser will be required to execute bonds It is useless to the horse. Iull the Defts. Louis Kincaid, et al, form. Pursuant to judgment rendered at i wjtli approved security for the pur- -' horse out of the stall, if that is found Mr. J. W. Walker has a good new for children, less liable, especially if meat is tfc Tvrm 1914. the undetsicned chase price due in six and twelve possible. Never try to make him get Studebaker wagon he will sell at a bar months bearing six per cent interest up when it is seen that he is cast. He calf. If she gains in llesli at this period Commissioner will sell at public auction annum fronri date until paid, having has tried his best to rise and failed allowed, to develop intestinal troubles, gain, aee mm ac once. you be alarmed, for if she is before the Court House door in Lancas- - P force and effect of a judgment up- , ,.,r.1 ..... ,wit ,.,-- , ,.rr f ter. Kv.. at 11 o'clock a. m., or there- - the Dick Sharp, of Casey county, sold on which execution may issue payable i If he cannot be pulled into the run- appendicitis, than fine white bread." abouts, on " at h? rei,r of the tlesh from her body into mill; after to w. ri. 'Brown, Master Commissioner A. D. Horton 12 head of W: MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914, of the Garrard Circu't Court ind a tne partition against which he Is cast: she freshens. If she does not do this cattle for 1 cents a pound. - over and examine she is not a good cow. It is very im-- , it DejnK the first d ay of the Garrard "en w"' oe reserved upon the property lUL" '"" '" "sold until all of the purchase money is the legs that he lurs been ly ing upon. we nave uairv lienors rvtimMr good milk cows with nortnnt that Cmrt irm the real estate For Sale;-Tiv- o One of them may be broken. That and dry cows in a vigorous, tlesh gain mentioned in the pleadings and des- - paid, Morse Wheeler, calves. Fresh. usual- W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. often Is found to Ky. ing condition before they begin their cnbed as follows: Teatersville i The same and that was innenteu bv G. B. Swinebroad, Atty for Plffs. milking period. will of Some men say there is more danger parties hereto by virtue of the Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. Wanted: To hire to some good farmer John Hurt, Sr., dated September 10th, Write Andy of milk fever if the cows are iu good 1906, and probated March 26, laua. in tp work during the year. condition. Perhaps there is. but if we the Garrard County Court and recorded Burton or Mike Temple. , have an outfit for treating milk fever. in the Garrard County Clerks office in Ky. Camp Nelson, as every dairyman should have, we Will Book "Z," page 98, and is bound- S need not let it worry us. As a rule. eu as ionows: Nathan Hall, of near Highland, sold j it can be prevented by giving the mii Tract No 1. In Garrard County, Ky, ' T?irlrTw.nrl mules to M. D. mal the right kiud of care. About one on nl- - ureeh .....1 un tl a pair of duck .....1. mm nn ujc nw....v.v. Tosmbs of McKinney for $325. and Lancaster turnpike road and bound month before calving time we begin GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT feeding the cow to get her iu shape by ed as follows: Beginning at a point in Walnut Flat leaving out all of the heat producing the center of the Richmond and Lancas j Harve Poynter, of the Plffs. turnpike and corner to John Tatum; Eliza A. Hurt, Adm'r. et al. as. makes best corn bread, good for grown-ups- -, section, bought from C. W. Latham, 10 foods and giving her clover hay, bran ter VS- thence with said Tatum S 27J E 16.83 head of 450 pound cattle $40 a head. and ground oats, which are bulky, rich chains to a stone S 5 E 15.67 chains to well as: children. Refuse substitutes. Kineaidr et alr . Defts in mineral elements and food nutriErr.mett Burton, of Somerset, sold ents. 1 like to feed a moderate amount Mr- - W. EL Boner, Manager of Mill Department. the March Term, 1914. the undersigned two bulls that weighed 900 pounds of silage or routs along with the dry stnkV S 7ii W nassintr J G Burn- each for six and quarter cents a pound. hay and grain, because they are naturbefore the Court House door , corner to the said ally laxative and help to keep the cows chainsto a stone with same N 1J W Lica iter Ky at 1L o clock A M or Burnside; thence thereabouts, on FOR SALE On my farm near Hubble, in a good, thrifty condition, 25 67 chains to a hackberry, thence N lust after the cow freshens she 27 E 12.90 chAins N 64J W 10.80 chains some choice timothy hay, either baled MONDAY.. MARCH, 23L 19IU should have the same feeds she has to a point in the center of Back Creek; . , . r loose. G. A. Swinebroad. k hrst day of the Z tth down"1 been given pievious to calving. A thence leaving said Burnside and Co Court term, the real Creek N. 36 E 4.86 chains. N 63 rard drink of warm water, some whole oat Mr. J. M. Cress, of Preachersville, 1 i,n th Plead,nes 'chains N 6 E 4.34 chains to cen- - ate tias four good milk cows for sale, two and a bran mash will do for the first ter of aforesaid Richmond and Lancas- -' described """n Ky. calving. A few roots will of them fresh and two will be fresh in day after center of i The land that parties hereto derived keep her bowels In good condition. It ter turnpike; thence with the 70 title to by inheritance from Eliza A. The only practical way turnpike N 81 E 10.75 chains S April. is safer to continue the clover hay. said to improve live stock is by the use E 1.75 chains to the beginning, contain-- 1 Hurt, deceased and is described as of good pure bred sires. It should bran and oats for a few days until all ing 96.84 acres. follows: Walton Mass has some of his premium danger from mill; need no argument to convince-anfever and 2. Adjoins tract No 1 and, Said land is in Garrard. County. Ky., man that as long as scrub sires are seed corn for sale. It is the Boone tion Is over. Then her grain ration is Tract No as follows: Beginning at a and is in two tracts,. on. the Richmond bounded used by farmers the quality of the County White variety and there is none may be gradually increased until she point in center of Back Creek and cor- - j and Lancaster turnpike and. is live stock on farms will improve bounded 1 and i to J. G as f0uows; slowly If at all. The undesirable line belter. He also has several hundred gradually regains her normal condition ner to tract No ' . male animal must not be allowed pounds of honey for sale. I like to bring my cows up to their Dunaras,ir ""V'"Vr ?,' Tract No. 1: (Known as the "Hnm. to perpetuate his bad qualities. E 64 W 9.47 chains to a stake, N 16 Beginning at a, point in the place"). maximum milk yields about four to There Is no need that he should, 3.50 chains to a point in center of Rich- - center of the Richmond and Lancaster Capt. A. M. Bourne reports a large six weeks after they have freshened and It Is only because farmers do ' OF LANCASTER. not fully realize the truth of their toNW, Palme, erLo?Csaaidpike SP74 V E 3A2 !Pl--e- r crowd and spirited bidding at the own assertion that we need better with the center of the said pike Feeding the Young Stock. N 71 K 6.43 chains to a stake thence IHutchinson sale last week. The live stock that they tolerate these the following courses and Capital: Keep the oung stock growing If you corner to W. P. Kincaid heirs; thence 20 E 7.33 chains S 50 E.4.68distances S scrubs in the land. The pure bred were some of the prices realizchains to Percheron stallion shown Is the profitable-nnlmlsline S 8 E 4.C0 chains to a corner of John with their expect them to develop into ed; Hurt land;.thence with kind that produces topnotch draft A R JENIIY, President. One should not. however, point in center of Back Creek and cor- it S 74J E 3.42 chains N 71 E.6.43 chains Cows brought from $53 to $75; a pair horses. with make the voung stock he intends to ner to tract No 1; thence 36 W tract to a stake corner to said Hurt land and J. E. STORM ES, Vice Pres't. 4.86 of coming sold for put on grass ne.t spring fat by feed- No 1 and up said creek S mules beginning, containing W. P. Kincaid heits' lineN 75J E 3.30 S. C. DENNY, Cashier. mules were ing them corn through the white:. chains to the ?W. a pair of chains to a point in the center of said ly necessitates the destruction, of the sold, one bringinf $125. and the other Feeders too often are surprised aftci 5.73 acres. pike, R. 1 JMBS.Y, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, of this sale is to settle John corner to Kincaid heirs and. to animal. If the legs are found' intact The purpose Hurt land; thence with Hurt $100. 7 head of horses and mares were feediug their calves and yearling and: the estate- and divide the proceeds Iine and center of pike N 81 E 10iT5 proceed to move them thoroughly normassage the muscles to stimulate sold bringing prices ranging from $G0 steers an abundance of com duriu persons entitled to receive chains; thence leaving arrong the and mal circulation of blood. A stimulating, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. to $193; 40 head of hogs were sold at the winter to lind that they do not do the same as their rights may be ad- fallinir into nnd down Hurt tract Rar.k C.refk N grass during the summer judged. lluimeut rubbed upon the muscles will J8 per hundred; 23 yearling steers av- as well on 3.86 chains' 30i E 10.19 chains N28-as others that are not fed so well. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Said two tracts will be offered sep- to a point in the center of'Back Creek, more quickly induce the circulation. eraging 500 pounds per animal sold at The reason is obvious. So auima1 arately and as a whole and the Com- corner to Quinn Denny; thence with After the extremities have- - become-war$27 50 per head; 3 bunches of sheep does well when turned from a good bid or bids said Denny N SamuaJ, IX Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Poaey, J. E. and sensitive encourage missioner will accept the 87J W 12.43 chains- - to a were sold, 26 ewes and 27 lambs, the ration to a poor one. There is more or that wfll bring the most money. to rise. If he cannot do. stake in line to John Higginbotham; Stormesy &. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. ewes bringing $7 per head with the less shock to the s.vxtem to liegin with, men assist him. It necessary, thence with his line S 2 W 2.50' chains TERMS. tD a forked black walnut; thence N 69 helping to lift him by means, of a foldi-ethrown in; timothy hay sold at and as the animal on grass is not getlamlf be made on a credit of Thi canvas sheet or even, a wide, pltink, t.qO per bae; oats brought $1.25 per ting the fat forming element the coru six andsale wilt months and the purchas- W passing Virgil Gastineau; comer at twelve very likely to go back continued passed under his belly. furnished it is bonds 16.55 chains and hundred. execute a Before shooting a cast hocse tliab is-at least not go forward In the same er will be required to for the pur- with Gastineau, in all 19i60'Chains-tsecurity ratio as the auimal that has been kept with approved half due in six months stone corner to Nick Palmer thence unable to rise, although his. leg is not' chase price, one with said Palmer S 14i W 9 90- chairs oroneii. nave tne veterinarian, use- - uie-- i Old Stream Put to Modern Use. V-mi tlesh forming ration during the half due in twelve months 1 The stream which has been supply- winter and goes right on with a siuii-- l and onesix per cent interest per an- to the beginning, containing ,Bl catheter to draw off the urine. .Vzo- bearing ,s ing the ancient city of Damascus with it-- ration during the summer. Amer--I num from date until paid, having the Tract No. 2;. (Known as the W. S. ,,ria "f,en bro,u;:1,t bf water for nearly 40 centuries has Iran Agriculturist. force-aneffect of a judgment upon Walker Tract): Beginning at a. point KIps "f '!at! b:ett ,caf will provide elecmay issue, paable to in the middle of the Richmond and standing idle been harnessed and the stable-- . The which execution ' Commissioner tricity to light the city and operate V. H. Brown, Master Cattle Raising Profitable. pike opposite the mouth of 'n sucu a cas wl" ' found dark red I am breeding Hereford cattle uu.t of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien a dirt loadj corner to Florence E. Wal- - brown in color or like strong coffee. 100 milos of railway. property sold ker; thence with, said road and line to, The disease may prove curable-bthe--l find the business a very paying one will be reserved upon the sfiEBslirs&9 purchase money is paid. said Walker N 5.E 99t poles to. a stake intelligent treatment of, a quaEffeill tet-- 1 I stable the cows, calves and yearling-- , until all the No One Told Hli.i. W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. corner to Capt. John Doty; thence his erinarian. nights during the severe winter, biu , A man was caught in the yards of leave the stock that are being fattened L. L. Walker. Atty for Plffs. passing said Doty corner line N 88-All Orders Filled Promptly. then Wm Royston's the Premier Motor Manufacturing for innrkef nnt In onen shells will. Capt. Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. at 49' poles-anMoney In Swwt. company the other day while helping ' straw linein all 83.2 poles to a stake corner Swine- - raking is one war to--' utilize shelter, writes a Miu ' stacks Phone 43 or 339-Fhimself to a liberal supply of coal. nesota farmer for the American Agrieui- ""y3!0" i the surplus- grain nnd.th waste acres .t.aW,y2-- V iu tr- tt TUUnt His captor, grabbing him by the col- turisL They keep healthy this way. consnme an enor midble of the Richmond and Lancaster as Pasture' Swine lar, asked: "Who told you to pick up have a fine appetite and do not &eem to make pike opposite a stone corner to said mous, amount of food; but theyquickly that coal?" "Nobody told me, sir," suffer In the least from cold. It reline-1sniu pme ana rapid gain, usually mature noyswHi. inence replied the man. "I Just needed it." its meanders S 65 E 14.7 poles S 70 E as- compared to other animals nnd are duces to a considerable extent the Indianapolis News. 20 poles S 85 E 12 poles S 42 E 13J among that class of animal that reI have work of taking care of tbem. 10 poles N 89 E 51 poles produce- the species rapidly. Money Infound the best all round feed to be j GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. poles S 26 E to the beginning, containing 58 acres. vested! in swine should bring dividends corn and alfalfa for both beef and S. W. Hager, et al, Silver a Month. 7 Tons of Plffs. The Commissioner will first offer sooner, as a rule, than when invested A widely known firm of manufactur- dairy stock and am marketing my corn said tracts separately, offering the ' in cattle or sheep. Every farm should vs shape of beef and "Home-placfirst, and then we will ers of cameras and photographers' and grain in the Defts. Hager, et al, supply the manoffer both tracts as a whole and accept i haTe enough swine to supplies use between six and seven pork, as this Is the best way to get the Leona to a judgment rendered at the bid or bids realizing the most ager's family with pork and bacon. GO Pursuant tons of silver a month for making ni- biggest returns. the March Term 1914, the undersigned money. Farm nnd Ranch. Go where fair skies, kical weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all to be the trate of silver. It claims Commissioner will sell.at public auction thought of winter's discomfort. The purpose of this sale is to pay the Tender Mouthed Horses. largest consumer of silver bullion in before the Court House door in Lancas- debts against the estate and to settle long, Pure Breds Pay. For tender mouthed, horses a the United States, but the Engineering Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. or there- the estate and divide the proceeds after ter, A litter of eight good pigs from a and Mining Journal expresses the straight hit is best. I keep a piece of abouts on llie jjayiiicii ui ucuu aitivuft mc pri- pure bred boar mated with a choice NOW AVAILABLE VIA opinion that some of the silversmiths alum in my pocket and rub it in the sons entitled to receive the same as MONDAY, MARCH 23. 1914. sow will require less- - feed and 4when , or silver platers may be larger con- corner' of the horses' mouths before Garrard their rjgbts may be adjudged. dav grown will produce fifty pounds of. and after driving. I also find that the it being the firstTerm of the sumers even than this firm. TERMS. County Court the real estate meat per pig more than scrubby ones, alum Is good for sore necks and shonl- - mentioned 5n the pleadings and describ-fler- s. on a credit of The sale will be made making 400 pounds of additional C J. Lanam. In Wallace's ' d follows six and twelve months and the pur- thus Not Required to Kiss Bible. Farmer. in Garrard County chaser .or purchasers will be required meat without additional expense. Located and beine The president of the United States Ky., on the waters of Dix River and to execute bond with approved serequired to kiss the Bible on Is not bounded and described as follows: Be- curity foVUie purchase price, one half j ginning at a stake 6 feet West of a due in six months and one half taking the oath of office. The custom TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH pin asb, a new corner on a hillside; due in twelve months bearing six X"5raw out of thei.Iacl.that an early law INCLUDING FLORIDA NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND thence with line of the part left Wil- Der cent interest' per annum from date force and effect "LAND,, PF THE SKY." liam Jennings N 1 E 218.64 poles to. a until paid, having-'th- e OttSeklr bI1vm tthAnm&ttira. SanKtH of a legal oath, and the custom was Id WAewstivfa OaaWa&1.a TfAAjlaJkhA m9A vn mviuI4M( AJfcJktuv. 4cbuvuv tuu stake 9 feet West of a young cherry; of a judgment upon which execution mil nuns. Yon mnntr b.er If It f fcils to re 'continued In the District of Columbia, LONG RETURN LIMIT. I s TICKETS ON SALE DAfLYT t0 a fallen may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, N 721 W 8 thence Iter ajar ache in any cut of th body Inl --1 bat It Is not essential, nor is any parhoney locust; thence N 56i W 40 poles Master Commissioner of the Garrard Uteeu mmuie um. ATTRACTIVE STOP- OVER PRIVILEGES. Children. For Infants and ticular form of oath. Jews are sworn to a stake in Smith's line, corner to Circuit Court, and a lieri will be reserTtm anal tmd tfnlar Mat m nqwrt. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. BOURBOM REMEDY COMPANY. on the Pentateuch, keep on their hats rhs Kind Yo Have Always Bought Cunningham; thence with her line S ved upon the property sold until all the "" 9KHHIMK. E12J poles to another stake; thence purchase money is paid. with "so help 12J and conclude their oath For details consult any Ticket Agent or write S 814W 29.6 po!eto a stake on the West ; me Jehovah," and If a Jew were electW. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. Bears the H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent 10! East Main St, Lexington. Ky. side of an old lane'hence S 8i W 49.4 L. LWalker. AtUy for Plffs. ed president he would be permitted to Signature of poles to a stake on the same side of the take the oath of office in that form. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. lane; thence S 79J W 47.4 poles to a 0CP000OJ Tlmklnk' Little Joke. WORK WITH Mr. Sprlggs, who was very made an absurd offer for Mr. C Timklns' extra lot In East Orange. nilDV fllTTI He allowed a day for Mr. Timklns to UAIKI UAI ILL think It orer; then called again. "Did you entertain my proposition?" he asked. "No," said Mr. Timklns. "Your In making up rations for heifers and proposition entertained me." New ry cows feed a variety of grains York Evening Post and roughage, says L. J. Meredith in : the Iowa Homestead. Various kinds Music Kept Up. of feed furnish the elements needed to The mother of one family of small build up the animal's system and supply the unborn calf with proper nour- children always takes the hour after ishment Some dry cows need nearly the children are snugly tucked in bed as much food as they do when giving to keep up her music. It gives the milk; others will keep in good condi- mother an opportunity to enjoy her tion with plenty of roughage and a' music and teaches the children to very light ration of grain. The dairy listen and enjoy fine music. cow goes dry that she may build up her system and that of her unborn Surely the Limit. Overheard on a street car: "I hate to knock my own brother, but if ignorance was an alley that boob would be a boulevard." Kansas City Star. V WINER Hit one--thl- rd D. D. D. -- J In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure ty-Ni- ............ ....... trivnvni rn three-year-o- ld Commissioner s Sale Of Land. Muffins J. e Get The Muffin Habit I ! ) ; Mh ! ..., ter particularly ' Our Old Fashion Made ld f UOITim lSSlOnCF Sale Of Land. MEAL the , tj, tn ! ( Gar-Bac- Becker, Ballard & Co. BRYANTSV1LLE, ' FHONE27. we-hav- e ... THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. rCe Surplus $30000. . Book-Keep- e -- same-cours- I o - fS-- 1 Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. . nnne-Lancaste- r "-- I ( I ' Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. - ! - WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. SOUTH THIS WINTER e' . WINTER TOURIST FARES CASTOR A 1 m.m ...- && r- - xA.- - w. a , S t.JVVrrt.--- 3 - -- JO. r.iwaSVv - kW .',.-- ,