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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 19, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914031901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 19, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- f THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlGIOh, UN1ARNISRED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. i r, LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 19, 1914. ., . tome Ana bet iours. NUMBER 50. You will soon be needing a m DISC HARROW and you will naturally be interested in buying a good one. This We Have To Offer You. Through the kindness of Senator Ollie M. James, the Record has been provided with a liberal supply of garden seed, which will be distributed among our friends and subscribers, so long as they last. Call at the Record office and get yours before the supply is exhausted. Extension Of Parcels Post. Th Circle Girls will have a Candy Sale at Haseldens Store Saturday and The consolidated school at Paint Lick, will appreciate your patronage. which has been temporarily suspended because of a case of scarlet fever in the locality, will reopen on next Mon Lancaster Boy In Big Undertaking In day. Paint Lick School To Reopen Monday. (IJrl ifillirSMil!iiiHJBiiaHirU 111 c:flirtfMrrlllrrHjg3rrUiapJil Louisville, Calculated tionize The TO SAVE . . . To Revolu TIME I 1 w ; j Mr. Mayo's Condition Slightly Improved. Retail Grocery Reports from the bedside of Hon. C. C. Mayo, who is in the Jewish hos-pital in Cincinnati, are that his condi- J. 1 Business In That City. Labor and Money . and to get the full benefit of your investment in Grass Seed. Postmaster General Burleson has approved an amendment to the Parcels Post laws whereby butter, eggs, fruits, vegetables and poultry may be shipped between points in the first and second zones in original crates, such as have heretofore been handled by the express companies. Home Missionary. tion shows shlght improvement, though The most noted physicians in the cast including the famous Dr. Janeway, have been summoned to his bedside. yet very critical. Taking Time By The Forelock. '. xixMxj ismmxmm MimMmrm&m S If Rev. Murdock, who has charge of the missionary work of the Presbyterian church at Buckhorn in Perry county Ky., filled the pulpit at the local We carry in stock the New Presbyterian church in this city on last Rev, Sunday morning and evening. Licensed To Practice Law. Murdock is a splendid talker and his Mr. Nat B. Sewell of London was account'of the work being accomplised in his field proved very interesting to aJmitted to the practice of law in the circuit court here this week. He was his hearers. examined by Messrs J. E. Robinson, L. L. Walker and H. Clay KaufFman, Grand Jury Adjourns. and. so we are informed, passed a very Steel and Iron except the tongue, is It is all The grand jury adjourned on Tues creditable examination. Mr. Sewell is day after having found about thirty well known throughout the state, havpractically indestructable and while simple indictments, the majority of them for ing at one time been in the employ of Mr. T. B. Robinson Seriously Injured On misdemeanors, An indictment was Ginn & Co., publisher of school books. C & 0 Train While En Route From in construction and easy to operate is strongfound against Richard Spivey for murWashington To His Home der, charging him with the killing of Activity In Fraternal Circles. ly built on mechanical lines, based on years Bryan Dvehouse. The difficulty in In Lancaster. Just at present there is considerable which Dyehouse received knife wounds, of experience, out of the best material and activity in fraternal circles; the Masonic said to have been at the hands of The community was horrified on last Spivey, and from which he died ex- fraternity are busy conferring the de grees upon many new candidates, as Thursday by the intelligence which actly a month later, took place on the reached here that Mr. T. B. Robinson Mt. Hebron pike on the night of Feb- are the Odd Fellows. The latter order is conducting a lively contest for new was seriously injured in a sleeping car ruary 1st. members, the lodge is divided into two on a Chespeake & Ohio train near Obituaries And Cards Of Thanks Not Free. sides, the "reds" and the "blues", Huntington W. Va. while en route from and can be furnished either with truck or each striving to surpass the other to Washington D. C. to his home in this It is the custom of all well regulated the number of new candidates theyasare city. He was found in his berth by tongue. newspapers to charge five cents per enabled to secure. This does not mean the porter with a serious gash in his line for Obituaries and Cards of Thanks. that the standard of the membership is throat and an open penknife by his side. We also carry a complete line of Corn The Record is not an exception to this to be lowered, upon the contrary a man Mr. Robinson was taken from the train rule. Howsver, in the last few years Planters, Cultivators, Land Rollers and Varmust be a good citizen and his cnaracter when Huntington was reached and we have deviated from this rule in above.reproach before he will be ac- rushed to a hospital where every posmany instances, but we And that we ious Plows. cepted, or even approached for mem- sible aid was given, and though much are compelled to return to the old order exhausted from loss of blood, the bership. of things, and in future, such notices physicians succeeded in staunching the will be charged for at the rate of five 5J Bro. Tinder Having A Very Successful flow, made him as comfortable as pos cents per line, without exception. sible, and it is thought that his recovery We give a notice of every death which Meeting At Warsaw In Gallatin is a certainty. As soon as Mr. Robinoccurs in the county, which comes to son has gathered sufficient strength to County. our notice, free of charge, and should travel, he will be brought to his home friends of the deceased desire anything According to the Warsaw Indepen in this city. This, it is thought will be further than this notice, the above rule dent, Bro, Tinder is arousing consider possible the latter part of this week. will prevail. We are always glad to able interest and ia meeting with much I His daughter, Mrs. B. D. Herndon, his have data from which to write our success in his meeting at" that place. brother Mr. C. A. Robinson and Mr. death notices, just as we are glad to Up to iast Wednesday nights meeting Harry Robinson of Danville his son have all other classes of news, , and he had nine additions to the church, and hastened to his bedside, where they should it be desired to have a more has splendid prospects for great success will remain un til he is able to be brought notice than that compiled from as the meeting deepens. to his home. Mr. Robinson, as is well the data obtainable by us, we shall be The Independent has the following known, was an applicant for the glad to publish it at the above rates. complimentary notice about Bro. at Lancaster, as are Messrs John M. Farra, J. R. Mount and E. P. Fishin' and gardening, with the for- The Record dols not stand alone in the Tinder:- The Blue birds have arrived. "Rev. Tinder, of Lancaster, is at Brown, and had been to Washington to mer predominating, is engrossing the taking of this step, as many other Automobiles galore Sunday. attention of many Lancaster gentlemen papere have recently been compelled to once an excellent and also an unusual prosecute his claims to the office, and the same step, as their columns are be- preacher. The striking features of was returning to his home when the Next Monday is county court day. just now. coming congested with matter of this his sermons have been their simplic- above deplorable accident befell him. call and see the Record. Better have a regard for the speed kind for which they derive no pay, and ity, force and earnestness. The most Come aronnd Monday and leave us limit in the city limits Mr. Autoist, it has therefore become necessary to vital and stupenduous truths of the Full Amount Asked Awarded Plaintiff In the copy for your Horse and Jack bills. cause Chief Herron will get you if you adhere to the rules, which they have bible are set forth in a manner so temporarily suspended. simple and clear of understanding that Paint Lick Damage Suit Against do'nt watch ojt. their meaning is borne with convincing Week end Uandy Sale one pound box The Louisville & Nashville s. Automobile Season Opens. force and clearness to the auditor. of assorted chocolates 29 cts. at Beacon fires upon every hilltop do R. R. Co. Appeal not always indicate war, just at preSunday was a beautiful day, and as Simple enough for childish comprehenWright sent thoy indicate the activity of the if by common consent, every one who sion, yet logical enough to engross the Pianos tuned and repaired. Taken. thought of the most intellectual, his Walker & Son, Piano Factory, Rich- farmer preparing for the sowing of his could possibly do so was "joy riding". messages each evening are both intobacco beds. There were automobiles of every desd mond, Ky. A jury in the Garrard circuit court cription to be seen, from the latest teresting and instructive. on last Saturday afternoon brought in & N pay car passed down the The L The ground hog's six weeks which he 1914 model, with all the a verdict of $2.000., the full amount Elkin. road Sunday, about four days early, arrogates to himself, to provide such latest improvements, down to the anasked, for the plaintiff, in the suit of and a pleasant surprise to the em- weather as he may choose, expired tiquated old relic of Noah's day resurMr. Zachariah Elkin died at his home ployes. Sunday We hope he enjoyed the sea- rected from the scrap heap, and coaxed in the lower end of the county at 5:30 George Conn against the Louisville and Co. The suit was the son, surely we did not. along for a mile at a time, making o'clock Monday morning of the infirmi- Nashville R. R. For Sale. outcome of the big flood in March 1913. enough noise to scare a horse a mile ties incident to old age. His death was in which much valuable property wast 1914 Overland automobile, with elecIf you don't take the Record, call in distant. not a surprise to his friends and family, destroyed in Paint Lick, and is one of tric lights and starter. Has only been Monday and let us add your name to The increase in popularity of as he had been in feeble health for amounting in the aggregate to used as demonstrator and is in perfect our list, we will take pleasure in prethe decrease in price and the some time. After funeral services at several, condition. Will sell at a bargain if senting you with a sample copy show- consequent increase in numbers, has the grave, his remains were interred at the sum of $40,750. The remaining taken at once. ing you just how good a paper we are created less regard for those who prp-fe- r, Winchester on Tuesday afternoon Mr suits are yet to be tried, but because of J. M. Smith. Danville Ky. giving our readers. It pd. or are forced to other modes of Elkin is survived by one brother, Mr. of the fact that this is the last week court, and the pressing nature of other conveyance, they are shown less con- John Ezekiel Elkin of Winchester, who they will not sideration than formerly, less regard is is in his 90 year, one daughter, Mrs. matters before the court, come up. They are of the same nature given to their equal rights on the pub- Cecil Beatty of Marcellus, with whom verlic highway, all of which will ultimate- Mr. Elkin made his home, and by four of the suit just adjudicated. The dict was signed by only eleven of the ly bring the later mode of travel into grandchildren, Mr. Elkin Smith of Windissenting. disrepute. In njany instances, speed chester Ind, Andrew Smith of Lexing- jury, one of the number The attorneys for the railroad immedilaws are being utterly disregarded, ton Ky, Mr. William Smith, of Hyatts-villappeal, and the and many there are who fail to take this county, and Mrs. Henry Mc- ately gave notice of case will go to the Court of Appeals. into consideration that their reckless Afee, of Marcellus. The contention of the plaintiffs in methods are endangering the lives and The deceased was born in Clark Co. the properry of other people. was eighty five years of age. the case was that the waters of Kv and creek, which is crossed by the railroad """""""""""" " Of course the automobile has its He was a sen of Ezekial and Nancy were f place and its rights, these have long Elkin. His paternal grandfather was immediately east of Paint Lick, obstructed by the railroad building since been decided, but the people who a Baptist minister and preached the stream, do not use this method of travel also funeral sermon of Nancy Hanks, moth- abutments in the channel of the thus causing the swollen waters to have their rights, and above all is the er of Abraham Lincoln. The deceased greater right of common courtesy, the was a cousin of Capt. T. A. Elkin and leave their original channel and flow regard for the rights and safety of Mrs. M. D. Hughes of Lancaster and through the village of Paint Lick. introduced your fellowman. was related to the extensive Elkin Much expert testimony was by both sides, and much interest has The age is not so far advanced that family of this and adjoining counties. every horse you meet is unafraid of a Mr. Elkin came to Garrard from been manifested in the final outcome machine, therefore, autoists should use Clark county nine years ago and pur- of the litigation. Mr. Conn was given judgment for the due diligence as to the manner in which chased the Bright farm, one of the pass or meet venicies, exercise best farms in the Bryantsville section. full amount sued for, which was $2000. tney inadvertently due caution that you do not cause a He was a quiet, unobstrusive man, and instead of $6000., as was M. Reproduced in Motion Pictures. runaway, which would probably result it was to those who had the pleasure of started m last weeks Record. in the injury or death of some woman his close acquaintance that his many QUIT PAYING RENL or child; these precautions wonld take sterling qualities were best known. A up very little of your time and might man of the highest integrity, upright Your rent money i3 gone forever. 6-B- IG result in the saving of human life and and honorable with his fellow man in Take the same amount and pay on your property, and incidentally save yourself all of his dealings, he came to be known own home. If you con not buy a large The Most Talked Of Play of the Age Reveal- considerable censure, and probably a and respected as one of the best citizens faam, buy a "baby" farm. We can costly damage suit. of the county, and one whose loss will selLyou anymumber of acres from 3 J? inrt Romantic Love Scenes Grand Production Asfcr-the- r disregard deeplyfejt acres to 50 acres, jirak tiaas laiiu, ijkui CrrjggQeiiL author By Jaw's imfoleshmnmngin Jthec1ty Oiristian. ciiHltheearlySie-ib- f ofifplke.oHFuilHing sites, right at -?- Decree" & uuiiLS ui xjautaaici, oupu xxerrun will sixteen years, he has followed stead school and churches and store, 6 miles of "The-Thir- d look after that matter, and a continued fastly in the footsteps of the Master of three County seats, splendid neighDon't miss this great LUBIN production to be disregard for the laws of the city along throughout his long and honorable life, borhood. Will sell on easy terms. this line will draw you a, warnings in thus assuring; himself of his full reward For price and further parriculars apshown at the LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE '. Hughes '& Swieebroad, the shape of a stiff fine which will in the hereafter. ery to. , Lancaster; Ky. The Record joins his sorrowing rela ,i i vm serve to deter you in future from fast . land reckless driving and instiH in ou tives and "friends at the.paing of such P. S. We can selbyou 50 acre farms, TM wholesome regard-jio- r upright man and good1 citi 100 acre farms and up to 500 acre ihe laws Oof a. noble-ana .tfie'eity. zen. farms, at the right prices. Ji r sr-- . The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co, iorestailing tne advocates of spring cleaning and is already beautifying the premises about the depot. They have sodded the little park on their premises and enclosed it with a neat fence, and it is destined to become an ornment to that end of town. is TORNADO Mr. R. E. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hughes of this city, has associated himself with Mr. Lawrence Jones, and they have commenced the establishment of a chain of grocery stores in Louisville, patterned after the style of the Kroger stores in Cin cinnati and other cities, and which are calculated to revolutionize the retail grocery business in Louisville. Several stores have already been started and more are to follow as rapidiy as locations can be secured. Nothing fancy, no extravagancies, no free delivery, simply the lowest possible prices consistent with a legitimate profit is their intention, and they hope to supply the people's demands at a saving of a few cents upon every purchase. The stores already established have proven successful beyond their greatest expectations, and they hope in the near future to have at least a half hundred places in operation in Louisville. USE I iH I MmMmMmMmMmMmMmMMmMMimMMMMMMMtMxMmMmMMmMmmmvK HIHrrRHflSp9ilEn3iBVH9HSlMHCK5filBLj fimMMManBPKWttwMi am w ffl Will ill BMlM?rt'U .Ma lU (a, BRASS SEEDER Sold and Warranted by i D, HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Is! we Guarantee its durability Equal To Any Lancaster, Ky. j 1 " fiiJlraiBfrlfiiJk UU P an LIVE AND LET LIVE." kf CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. ip Account WAS Cur-rey'- 4t-P- self-start- er auto-mobilin- g, DUE January 1st and as yet you haven't called to pay 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 u once, uan ana pay your account and save cost. m COMING Saturday, Mar. 21. e, 1 g is That great stage success i ( "THE LION AND THE MOUSE" REELS-- 6 S thetwnoitfywritfir'' .$ ofthep ADMISSION lO & mmmmMmmm& i 1 :: S nitfnth'e ra MJmm Lancaster, Kentucky. 'm 20cts l is 3tlBIEEHlI: 5jr Jv - -- , -. 3 Page 2 m The Central Record, Thursday Mch 19, 1914 SUNDAY SCHOOL HORSE BREVITIES. Never back a mare that Is heavy in foal, especially it the load is heavy or the ground muddy. Such a mare can do plenty of work in pulling ahead. If there were fewer whips in the world there would be fewer ugly horses. It costs a good deal of money to buy a satisfactory team. In most cases this can be avoided by the farmer raising his own. Oat straw that is free from mold makes an excellent winter forage for Idle horses. All the growth and thrift that can be encouraged and maintained during the first year of the colt's life insure a stronger and a better horse. If dusty hay is fed sprinkle with water, and it will save the horse much annoyance, but better not feed It nt all. SILAGE FOR J! Ml SWEET M Lesson XII. First Quarter, For March 22, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL x't giu-- j Vjfch ', n SERIES. 18-3- 5. qsa1 H. I I fit I CLOYER fTi'lLUtw? Text of the Lesson, Luke xiii, Memory Verses, 18, 19 Golden Text, Matt, vii, 21 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. CASTOR The ALCOHOL .1 JUj); Ppii GASTORIA For Infants and Children. Kind You Have fuv. a Always Bought Bears the Signature AcgclatePrcparalionrar.ls-simiaiHiSifieFocu-andRce-ut- i 1 f: I I ! It compares favorably with Red Clover or Alfalfa. I Easy to gat a stand and the best fertilizer known. We have the pure Seed at prices that will interest you. HLt.wMmww i III i LANCASTER, L"M Phone 70. We have at present very attractive offerings in the following seasonable goods. Yellow Qnion Sets. White Onion Sets. SEED POTATOES. We will be pleased to have your orders or inquiries through our representative or by mail. WHOLESALE GROCERIES. I 1 E D I MERCHANTS , M W ft hi III I KELLOGG & CO Incorporated. RICHMOND, KY. Muffins Dr. J. T. Allen, the eminent food specialist, says "Corn braad, baked slowly at low temperature is better for children, less liable, especially if meat is allowed, to develop intestinal troubles, particularily Get The Muffin Habit r More r Economical appendicitis, than fine white bread." Our Old Fashion Made &B3 makes the best corn bread, good for grown-up- s as well as children. Refuse substitutes. Mr. W. H. Boner, Manager of Mill Department. Becker, PHONE 27. lallard & Co. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capflal $50,000. A. R 3EN1IY, President. Surplus $30,000. Vice J. E. STORMES, R. T. 'Jmbky, Ass't Cashier. Tbe topic of this study is entitled "Lessons by the Way." and in the verses for today we have lessons for all the way, always centering upon Him who Is "the way," hated by His adversaries, rejoiced In by Ills people (verse 17). There Is much In the lesson concerning the kingdom, for which He taught us to pray to our Father In Heaven, saying "Thy kingdom come." We must distinguish between the present age. during which the kingdom Is postponed and which our Lord spoke of as "the mystery of the kingdom of God" (Marl; iv, 11). and the kingdom Itself to be sot up on this earth at His second coining In glory. The two parables of our lesson must be studied in the light of their setting not only here, but as first recorded in Matt. siii. The closing verses of our lesson chapter tell of the desolation of Jerusalem until He shall come again. But when the kingdom comes Jerusalem shall be the throne of the Lord, a city of truth and a praise in the earth (Jer. iii, 17; Zcch. viii, 3: Isa. lxii, G7). In Ps. cii. 10, it is written that the Lord will build up Zion when He shall appear in His glory. The kingdom was at hand when our Lord was here In humiliation, as was preached by our Lord Himself, and by His apostles, as well as by John the Baptist, but because they rejected Him and killed Him no plainly told them that the kingdom would not come till His return from the far country (Luke six, 11, 12). ne did not begin to speak in parables until they determined to kill Him (Matt, xli, 14). Then follows in Matt, siii the seven parables KENTUCKY. describing this age of the mystery of the kingdom. The parables of the mustard seed aud of the leaven in this lesson are repetitious of two of those, the former speaking of a great tree with birds In the branches and STt. the latter of leaven in the food. In explaining the parable of the sower our Lord said that the birds represented the wicked one (Matt, xiii, 4, 19), and a symbol once explained stands. We have seen In a recent lesson that leaven Is always a symbol of i evil. The teaching therefore is that in this age of the mystery of the kingdom or the time between the rejection and the coming of the kingdom, many followers of the wicked one will profess to be Interested, but the teaching S i 'iVi,,',"iii,i'1v,,."",I will become thoroughly corrupt, and tares, the work of the devil (Matt sill, iiiii!!1.1"! Aoarllvfii 38, 30), will be found with the wheat till tbe end of this age. To all these II llll lil"mni"!'.'"C deceived and deceiving ones He will have to say, "I know you not whence ye are; depart from me, all ye workers of Iniquity" (verses 20, 27). Many K.19 JC 0r shall come from all parts of the earth IiiWiiMi T ts f iSJ' fxr to share and enjoy the kingdom, while many who thought themselves deserving of It shall And their place where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth (verses 28. 2'J). We must ponder well and lay to heart the words of-- our Lord to one of the best and most religious men of his day. "Except a man bo born of water and of the Spirit, ho cannot enter Into the kingdom of God" (John III, 5). Judging from the denial in our own times, of the fundamental truths of the gospel, it Is to be feared that many church members and many ministers and missionaries have never been born again. It Is not for us to talk about few or many being saved, but it is essential that each one should know for himself that he Is saved by receiving 1 the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour, and that appropriating the great truth "The Son of God loved me and gave Himself for me," "His own self bare my sins In His own body" (Gal. II, 20; I Pet II, 24). He is able BAKING POWDER to say, "I know that my Redeemer llveth," "I know whom I have believed" and, "having come to Him. I am not cast out" (Job six, 23; II Tim I, 12; John vi, 37). It Is still the acwork. Simcepted time, and the day of salvation ply follow your cusfor all who will come, but when once tomary method of prethe door is shut it will be too late. There will come a time when the paration add a little and haters of truth shall call less of Calumet than and get no answer, shall seek and shall when using ordinary not And (Prov. I. Our Lord said that unbelievers shall die In their sins, baking powder. Then and thus dying, cannot come here He result. Is (John vii!. 21. 24). As in the d'lys Light, fluffy, and evenof Noah, it will be shut in or shut out In this age of the mystery or the ly raised the baking postponement of the kingdom, the Spir comes from the oven It Is. like the servant of Abraham, tell lug of the riches of the Father and moretempting,tastier, the Son and seeking a bride for the more wholesome. Son, or, in other words, gathering 1 Calumet insures the from all nations by the pre.iching of baking of an expert. I the gospel of the risen Christ the Ask church or body of Christ, but we must grocer today. never confound the church with the kingdom. The church will reign with Received Christ in tbe kingdom, but the king Highest floni will include all nations, as It Is Awards s.ild In Dan. vii. 27. "The kingdom and dominion and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven." tion, Chicago, Rk s535WC3 There may oe some great surprises awaiting 'us when we shall see Abrak Pant Expoii- $BKezBm ham, and Isaac and Jacob and all the tion, France, 1 prophets in the kingdom of God, and M the twelve apostles on thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel (verse 28 ind chapter xxli. 30). His reference to the two days and i32) may the 1 7'?.n't V nmT wlea n lT tlrap or I 2,000 third day this age. point to the years of fcaluBf powder. Du'tUmukJ. and the next Bir&JuKt. It's! more D rirci lest "r etooopicilsoperior towbolesosn ood sooo.-- " results. 1 thousand, which will be His reign nf Cososct is fix soot wSSk rlcbteoiiEness and peace. 'Lrr ling (he Sicimciis amlDo-sc- f , oce. Am rS' PromolesDigestionOeeiftr ness and Restrontainsneiiter Opuuu.Morphine norJIuieraL Not Narcotic. MxldttSaXs-jtiistS- tnl SHEEP. EayioroUDcSl'Tnmuzil Sit- d- CI iP' . f',cr Judiciously Used Ensilage Is a Cheap and Valuable Feed. Accurate data regarding the value of silage in a ration for fattening sheep and lamb are scarce, but what there are indicate that it is useful, says nilis Itoil of the University of Nebraska. As far back as the early nineties the Michigan experiment station fed some lambs on silage and other foodstuffs. The gist of their findings is to the effect that a mixture of fodders composed largely of a good quality of silage proved a heap and successful ration for fattcni'.g lambs. The Iowa station at Ames made some comparative tests of dry hays, roots and silage as roughage in 190G and 1007. In lots fed the first winter the silage cheapened the ration considerably. During the second winter the various lots were fed for a long period, 1CS days, and the silage lot refused to eat much silage. They ate almost as uiiicli grain and hay as the other lot did and the gain on these silage lambs was more expensive than was that with some of the other food combinations. But the average of the two years was favorable to the use of silage as a means of cheapening the ration. The lambs from all lots fin ished into market toppers, but the dressed carcasses showed the silage lambs a little superior on the hook. Taking these few experiments then Into consideration and also the general results which various feeders have obtained in practical work, it seems that silage has an Important place among desirable aud economical feeds for fattening sheep. It is my opinion that silage can be fed to sheep with satisfactory results. The use of moldy or frozen silage may cause trouble, but good, clean, bright silage can be used witli excellent results, either as a succulent food for breeding ewes in winter or as a cheap but satisfactory and efficient roughage for fattening sheep and Iambs. This opinion is based partially on observations of flocks which have been fed and partially on the experiments quoted above. The results to date point toward silage as a cheap and valuable feed for sheep. RATION FOR EWES IN LAMB. llhm&rd- - 2qW eSB."K itjtajnatlarr. Aperfect Remedy for Consfipa-tio. Sour Stomach.Dlarrticti Worras,ConTilsions.FerisIt-nessaiulLossorSLEEP- . O0n ra"- J3 JacSinnle Signarare of ttill 5 Tue Centaur Compatc; ?EW YORK. For Over fThirty Years irtvsu jjWa?0 Guaranteed under 11 rr Tir rmr;x't rim mint Exact Copy of Wrapper. "2j4 THE CSNTAUPI COMPANY. NCW g' VOi CITT EftfL'ta.Maw Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. iajetiWBgawiUto . 4MrfPM$MtartC13 a&WR$a 13 w MfrPtT-4--i j WASHINGTON . c!:-,:- tALS 8c Both h Use I I and Cost I CALUMET better I . I And it does Alfalfa Hay With Corn Makes an Excellent Winter Feed. Thousands of ewes carrying lambs are successfully fed In this country every winter with no other feed than good bright alfalfa hay, says the National Stockm.tn. However, it will do no harm, and it may be well to give these ewes a, light ration of corn in addition to the hay, especially as they approach lambing time. If the ewes are young they will do as well on the whole corn as if it is ground. In a large sized Hock, however, some ewes will not have the best of teeth, and it will be well to crack the corn, but it should be coarse. Sheep like corn in this condition much better than the meal. Start with a quarter of a pound of corn per ewe per day or even less and increase to a half pound as lambing time approaches. If the ewes are westerns that have not tast ed corn start with but a few grains per ewe daily until they learn to eat it. Give all the alfalfa hay they will eat up clean. Supply plenty of fresh water that is so clean you yourself would drink it. Give salt regularly, and it would be advisable to use a good medicated salt. Free Hogs From Lice. Lice on hogs can be eradicated by applying along the back of each hog some crude oil. They can also be killed by washing or dipping the hog in coal tar dips, several of which are on the market. The beds and litters of pigs should always be clean and free from dust. A mangy, lousy hog is not a healthy hog. and the dust and filth accumulating in the shed which is left uneleaned supply ideal conditions for the development of vermin and disease of the skin. The eggs of various internal parasites and lice are found in large numbers in the dust and filth of the sleeping quarters which are left uneleaned and without being disinfected. As a result, these parasites increase rapidly and spread through the whole herd. Horses Need Exercise. Be sure to give each horse exercise every day In harness or yard, except, of course, during storms. Box stalls are the ideal ones, and every stable Pennsylvania Avenue, at I8th .r; H. Sts. ttzzUi Bin $1.50, $2.00 u?. R:cns, , jk ::;--- 7. - -- ' ;: 2M0.J3.0D up. in: Print: :K .m'- - OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palni Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room Colonial Fisrnishmgs, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. 24-3- watch the I I for farm divines i Use Kerosefie hP 1 1 Kerosene can usually be bought for about half the price of gasoline and UitvSBAr XL ' Wl7vlr P Fairbanks - Morse Jack of all Trades Kerosene Engines will develop as much power on a gallon of kerosene as on a gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e yon have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Our patented doublefueltube reservoir makes them easy starting even in cold weather and does away with any adjusting for varying loads. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. Write lis-c- n should have several, at all events one or two. On stormy days during winter horse3 can be changed to these boxes ana given a chance to move around. Prea't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- J. L. Gill, r. Safety Oeposit Boxes For ftent. flftiini-:Tr..;"- ." - --uAutiti-B vXXrzz - .Yi'' Jr AnfoVIv .. 1f.. vl cjotc. ADDamsmn, tM14C. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stonnes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ,32EatHUlnSt. jrruaovc.jjjU All Uruaaitts. KM simple !,, ,,, ,n RMlRRflll DCIIcnv onuBjmv Lexington. "??l ""A"?" "d? - l"SF ui "" K. n DoroAias u SUBSCRIBE FOR ' ,, " THE CENTRAL 1 RECORD. for 2, 4 and 6 H. P. Horizontal or Vertical. catalog No. CD. 2106 Other engines up to 500 H. P. Fairbanks. Morse & Co. $ .00 Per Year. 8th Ave. and Main St, Cincinnati, Ohio t -,- - The Central Record, Thursday Men 19, 1914. A lFl!!l M l l!l! I'll BH Page 3 l"l 'I!' IE' M II llfllU Ifflill M llll BJI IUI M IU W Ml 1H HI ITTBT mjljzjzu: i"i i'ii im !! mi mi mmm mi iiw u n mi mi n ni mi mi hu iiii mi iiii iiii pit mm an mi mi mi in. .mm mil mf i r; m Ijp f"f ymmmmm Wf -- W rnlFT A POSITIVE CASH SALE 1 iwm pit mtmk Fi'i vf rn mi "" wji i"P i''nri!trf awrrniiw "" AC9 X "h T in m m in On Wkc r "- "- Ar?jr I H T You can see yourself here in( A any of the beautiful Wooltex --M Coats, Suits or Skirts, illustrated in The Styles Coming In During the introductory showing of the new fashions in women's tailored garments for spring 1914, we are making a special feature of a display of the garments illustrated in the Wooltex spring Style Book the book called The Styles Coming In, which many of you have just received. Those who have received the book will surely be interested in seeing these garments. To those who have not received the book, we extend a cordial invitation to visit our store and secure a copy and while in the store see yourself in the beautiful new spring Wooltex Coats, Suits, Skirts. -- 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-ts. y 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 long so don't fail to be on time to get seme 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. last 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 OSSCE3E "HT IT r w Other Tailored Suits. to our great showing of Wooltex Suits, we show a great many from the best New York Tailors. These come in a great variety of materials such as Crepons, Cascadeuse, Crepe Poplins, Crepes, Moire Silks, Silk Poplins, Etc, in Blues Greens, Tans, Greys, Tango, Browns and Blacks at all prices from $12.50 to $75.00. In addition OUR BEST TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY for the year ending December 31st. 1914. m, 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 New Dresses. Our showing of dresses is so extensive and so varied that it is difficult to give you an idea of it in an ad. In Silk Dresses alone we show an immense variety from $15.00 to $75.00 embracing all the new Silk Fabrics in the new Spring colorings and they were never prettier. New light weight woolen dresses in Crepes, Krinkles etc, in many attractive styles from $6.75 to $20.00. New white Dresses and colored Cotton Dresses at every price from 5 to $45.00. Over 150 to choose from. unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision ot supervisor or deputy supervisor of district for which the worK is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, t: Shirt Waists. These will figure largely in your Spring outfit and we want you to 'see the many beautiful styles we show in the new Silk Shadow Laces in white and tints at $6.00 and the the many Crepe du Chenes in white and colors at $4.50 and $5.00. Piece Dress Silks. NEW IN THE HISTORY OF SILKS have they been so attractively and in such demand. Scores of patterns in the new Printed Crepes, Taffetas, and Novelties at reasonable prices. fnll lines of colors in plain Crepe du Chenes, Canton Crepes, and Cascadeuse. Also More Than Fifty New Style Spring Coats At All Prices From $7.00 to $25.00 A. B. Robertson & Bro. ot gxdts gkwts DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. District No. 1, Sec. 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church w ith rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. bee. No. 1, Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McUreary with rock. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to Mrs. Daniels spring with lock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danvihe 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 and C. M. Jenkins residence with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock, Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5, isuena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6, from C. Poindexter's shon to I. M. Dunn a gate with rock. District No. 3, No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stott's Sec. No. 3, from store with rock. Stott's store to Kentucky river with No 4, Poor Ridge pike rock. Sec. from Buckeve pike to Pleasant Hill 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 river, with rock. Sec. No. 7, Kirks-vill- e pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill, East of H. West residence, 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 rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate with rock. Sec. No. 7. from Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Uillispie piKe entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 9, Paint Lick White Lick pike, entire road with gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but bidder will not be restricted to one sec tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be reauired for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved bv the Fiscal Court and said bidder 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 metal to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Saturday April 4th 1S14. The fiscal Uourt reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CLEVELAND BOURNE, Supervisor of Roads for Garrard Co. EVER OFFERED. 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V ' Page 4 The Central Record incorporated. flDon't forget the Candy Sale for the Will The Central Record, Thursday Men 19;' 19 14 benefit of the four churches, at Brown's Store, Saturday and court day J. Price Verifies The Prediction Oi Eloquent Tribute To The Memory Of Beckham Opens Senatorial Campaign. A large crowd of admiring friends greeted former Governor Beckham at Congressman A. O. Stanley was the Good" As Minister To $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Elizabethtown last Monday and heard No Extra Session. chief orator of the day at the unveiling his opening speech in the senatorial Panama. of the handsome bronze statute erected Weather-pro- of your house with fight. Governor Beckham is very pop J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Notwithstanding the fact that strong When William Jennings Price was to the memory of Wm. Goebel at ular in Hardin County and his opening pressure was brought to bear upon Gov paint that is elastic, clinching, lastFrankfort on March 10th. The weather gun was fired under favorable circum R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. McCreary to induce him to call an ex- appointed Minister to Panama, the was so unfavorable ing. Paint made from that the unveiling stances. The speech of the Record, knowing him as we do. was imEntered at the Post Office In Ijiucaster, Ky.. tra session of the Legislature services were held in the Representais considered by his friends as mediately following the closing of the constrained to the prediction that he tive Chamber Mall Matter. as Secoud-Clas- s So elo of the Capitol. regular session, devise some means of would give a good account cf himself, quent and effective was the address of rather a strong defense of the attacks Member Kentucky Press Association providing relief from the obnoxious in or to use the slang expression, would (Dutch Boy Pcintcr Trcdc Mar5) against him by his opponents. Mr. Stanley in detailing the life and made and surance legislation recently enacted, he "make good". That he has more than character of Kentucky's martyred The principle dart of his speech was and pure linseed oil will protect upon Congressman A. O. StanEighth District Publishers League. declined to do so. Insurancecompanies done so, has reflected credit upon him- Governor that the members of the Leg- attacks he seems to self, his friends and the home of his ley, who your house arid saye repair bills consider his con continue to withdraw from the state, islature who heard the speech were in and unless some remedy is devised, nativity is fully verified by the follow fluenced largely in this way to pass the tending opponent, in defending atLancaster, Ky., March 19, 1914. because it has-- those qualities. Kentucky will suffer severely because ing article by Arthur B. Krock, the tacks by Mr. Stanley that he is a repFinn Railroad Bill dealing with the Loans on well known newspaper correspondent resentative of the L. & N. Railroad of the lack of insurance. It will beautify your home, for We here regulation of freight rates. Company the speaker said in substance being called in because in a -recent letter to the Courier-Jou- r Rates For Political Announcements real estate are it can be tinted to suit your taste tri4kx give an excerpt of this beautiful nal that he was only an employed attorney For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 of the fact that property is not insured, 'There is one man on the Isthmus bute. and your house's surroundings. for that corporation and that the fees and in the event of their burning, the 10.00 STANLEY PAYS TRIBUTE. v0r County Offices and one only, whose work is such that paid him as such an attorney were not Our Owner's Paintmg Guide vnll help you.ia color 15.00 companies making the loan would suf- the fractional disturbances rage far Congressman A. O. Stanley said: For State and District Offices selections, besides giviae many pamt truths. Get our .10 fer, merchants are unable to purchase "He sat for an hour in the seat of so large as has been represented, but copy now. for Calls, per line distant from his sphere. He is William was only $800.00 a year. He attacks 10 such stocks as is their custom because For Cards, per line Jennings Price, of Danville, the Amer authority, gazed into the admiring eyes Mr. Stanley vigorously upon the liquor of their inability to get insurance, and For all publications in the interMinister, and the labors he is per- of his assembled countrymen, heard the ican question and charged that he was of course as a tesult, are unable to get est of individuals or expresforming in the interest of the United tumultuous applause of devoted thou- friendly with the liquor interest while the credit to which they have been acsion of individual views, per are as valuable as the canal sands, and then in the flower of his he, Beckham, States had always stood for the 10 customed, and there are many other line virile and vigorous manhood he fell at building itself. It is his business to cause of temperance and helped to 05 hardships which will be worked upon see Obituaries, per line that nothing happens in the Repub- the very threshold of the splendid vista enact the County Unitd Law and had the people of the state because of this lic of Panama that will disturb the of honor and distinctions that opened made sacrifices lor the cause of temmeasure. safety, operation and maintenance of before him. It should not be, nor do we believe it "A generation ago William Goebel perance and that he encouraged the the canal, and upon his success very animosity of the liquor interest of is, necessary to again call the attention Drivers Of Automobiles In Passing This much depends. Mr. Price is a young spoke at times almost in an unknown of the citizens of Lancaster to the netongue. He talked of the separation Kentucky. man and an exceedingly modest one, cessity of an annual cleaning up of He referred to his record as Govern Horse Should Sit Up And Take but he has established relations with of the businese of transportation and or and thought the success of the adtheir premises and the city; the splenna- production. He demanded the rigorous the Panama Government and the Notice. did health of the community which has and effective regulation of common ministration was well known to the tives of the country that have resulted rewarded their efforts along these lines people of the State. The speaker did lhere is a horse in town that lets no in great good feeling for the Govern- carriers; that they bhould be impartial not think it necessary to review the past should, and doubtless will, iu the in rates to shippers and just in the ! prove sufficient incentive, without re opportunity pass to express a violent ment of the United States. charges made against him by Mr. automobiles of every deWhile negre blood largely prevails in payment of taxation to the State. minders from us. But "eternal vigi- dislike for emphasis, as Stanley lor enacting laws favorable to "With scription. He is owned by Rev. Mr. the mixed race that inhabits the relance is the price of liberty", applicable the organization of trusts and the Beagle, the beloved pastor of the Bap- public, there is enough of proud Span- a candidate for Governor and as your is the result of feeding to health as well as action, and we nominee for that high office, he declar Louisville and Nashville Railroad Comtist church at this place. His name is ish and fierce Indian to incline the updeem it not amiss to brief remark ed that the rate issue, the bottom ques pany, because no one else had ever In the Prince, a large, bay animal and a first Panamans toward hatred of the big tion in this fight that from which pub- attacked those laws except Mr. Stan- Halls Hog on the annual necessity. Cholera Remedy, Bourbon Cholera fine after- country that is digging the canal and, "Womans Club" department of the rate stepper. Often on a ley. Mr. Beckham defended his posi noon, while he is drawing the ministers whiie it befriends and protects them, lic attention should never be directed Record last week, requests were made was whether the laws of Kentucky tion at the Baltimore Convention in j equipage does it, at the sams time, patronizingly. Cholera Remedy. Remedy, by theie worthy ladies, which if com- carriage over the streets, the should be enacted, construed and exe- voting against the resolution of Wm. plied with, will redound to both the meets an automobile, or is overtaken To the American on the Zone all nativ- cuted by the people of Kentucky, or Jennings Bryan, which sought to expel and passed by one. On these occasions es are "speakitties" or "niggers" and Stock Food. Bee Dee Stock Food. delegates representing health and beauty of Lancaster. the trusts' by powerful and privileged interests. snorts when he does not sneer at things n To these requests we wish to add one, as the car rushes past, the horse interests there, some of those delegat "For the raising of that issue he was and shaking he laughs, which is almost as es being Belmont and Ryan because he that the people of the town look well in anger, flattens his ears fly in a We are agents for each of these. lateral irritating. So Mr. Price, in his quits denounced as a demagogue, assailed as thought the his head resentfully, lets to their premises before the coming of resolution extreme. The energy way, while undertaking to protect the an assassin, pilloried by a corrupt and and Senatorial fight is now on in earnest the heated season, bee that the winters directionbound with tremendous heel at the speeding of- great interests of this Government, subsidized press. Every detail of his an iron accumulation of refuse is carted away and Mr. Stanley's reply is expected to The very presence of the has undertaken also to promote good private and public life perverted and and disposed, either burned, or so dis- fender. distorted by the evil ingenuity of envy be interesting. posed of that the objectionable matter modern Juggernaut seems to inspire in feeling between the two peoples, and and hat'. His sacred and sainted deeds therein contained will not prove a men- this intelligent animal a singular fury, it is a work that will yield rich fruit to were dragged from the tomb and held OC040000000000000000040000COOOO00 invariably finds definite the United States. It keeps him busy a jrairaMP-&siT&Lsri&jrace to the health of the community; which almost expression in the manner described. It fifteen hours out of the twenty-four- ; it up to contumely and contempt by serthat they whitewash and place their B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. apparent from the foregoing, there brings him up against high barriers vile hirelings and salaried slanderers. premises in a thoroughly sanitary con- is (Kcliti'il By The Woman Ulub, ? And when his malignant foes and their r. W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., dition, thereby materially aiding in fore, that any chauffeur who may be and sets many stumbling blocks to his accursed gold had failed to debauch the keeping the health of the city up to disposed to "crowd" Prince on the feet. But he is winning his fight, and electors or W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Clean Up Campaign. defeat the fixed purpose of will do so at the risk the results are already appearing. the high standard which has been main- public highway, of getting a tire unshipped, or bearing The American Minister is one of the the people, in utter desperation they A clean up campaign should be start ORGANIZED 1SS3. tained through their cooperation in the away the deep imprint of a horseshoe most popular men in the Republic, and fired the black heart of murder and ed here in the early Spring. Clean up. past. green streamlines of when he attends a native theater or armed the assassin for the dastardly Paint up, Fix should be the There are several miles of new con- on the brewster of his smoke wagon. Brother Beagle his carriage is seen on its way to a deed that closed in darkness his great slogans of a campaign conducted by crete walks within the city, and borcareer and covered the Commonwealth the Civic department of the Womans dering upon these walks are many only recently purchased this horse and Spanish house the street loungers touch OF LANCASTER, KY. is very much attached to him, not be- their hats to him and make way for with a pall of horror and of shame. Club helped by every good citizen of beautiful lawns, Lancaster has splendid "What were the crimes for which the town. The Clean Up campaiRns cause of invincible antipathy to auto his horses. possibilities of having the most beauti1 have been successful in other towns, $ Although the United States exercises William Goebel fell? ful lawns in Central Kentucky, provid- mobiles, but on account ot his numer"He protected the Railroad Commis and if the matter is taken up vigoroused they can be protected from the rav- ous good qualities as a family carriage practically a protectorate over Panama, sion This bank is supervised by the United States Government of Kentucky from the miners and ly here the results will be apparent to and Mr. Price is actually more powerages of the "town cow". This protec- horse. Q Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all ful by far than the President of the sappers who sought to destroy it, and all. Do not wait until flies come to tion surely should, and we believe will with a lash of pitiless scorn, drove clean up and remove manure from the n things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. be, afforded us. We have a newly Much Interest Awakened In The Cause country, he has masked his power behind gentleness and forbearance and from the corridors of the Capitol a nest stables. Swat the breeding place of 8 Make this bank YOUR bank. erected stray pen, built for the especOf Education By The Visit Of Miss while not sacrificing force and watch of lobbyists who sought to debauch the the fly. ial purpose of impounding stock which legislation and despoil the State-LIMIfulness, has yet been wisely diplomatic. is permitted to roam at large, .to the FOR HOURS OF LABOR. Gardener To Lancaster. The following editorial was sf nt to No post in the Government service at imminent danger of these lawns, and "He proposed to limit the hours of the Danville Advocate by "Rich" and this time is more important than the we hope that the "stray pen law" will Miss Lida B. Gardner, Supt. of labor for an army of men engaged in is as applicable to Lancaster as it is to be rigidly enforced. If your premises Schools for Nicholas county who is also modest work of the young Danville man when the canal is finally opened to the most perilous enterprise known to Washington City or Danville. are threatened from the inroads of State Organizer for the Kentucky might the "The old Roman aphorism is as good stray horses, cows or hogs, we suggest Educational Association, visited Lan- the fleets of the world and the Isthmus peace or war, thatfamily toiler he sustain today as it was when first uttered: "In and military center of this hemisphere. commune with the that you call up Chief Herron, who caster on Tuesday and made an address ed, and that hundreds of men might times of peace prepare for war." will doubtless look after such intruders at the Police Court room. She had a Lexington Opera House Great Spectacle not be dashed to death, because some This injunction is almost imperative, in such a manner as will preclude the large and deeply interested audience, weary wreck driven without rest or and should be headed by every citipossibility of you being bothered a and her remarks proved of inestimable Coming "Joseph And His Breth repose, through the Iqng hours of the zen all over the land and should also second time by this same stock. value to those who heard them. Her day and the night, fell asleep at the be espoused by every civic body in the ren As for the dogs, this is indeed a knot- object was to organize the trustees key or the switch. connection it is used "Head oft" the ty problem. Lancaster is infested branch of the association. The trustees The third of the Century Theatre ' He proposed to confer upon the Fly" rather than wait and "Swat the with a painful surplus of undesirable of the county were present in much dramatic Spectacles, "Joseph and His engineer at the throttle the same mea- fly. ine louowing editorial appearand worthless canines, and they roam greater number than might have been Brethren", will come to the Lexington sure of protection which for years the ed this week in one of Washington's at their own sweet will to the annoy- expected, which of itself proves that Opera House April 13th. 14th and 15th. law had secured to the tramp upon the e papers and it is as appliance of the entire community. Not these gentlemen are taking a keen in- In some respects it is built on a larger highway. He proposed to extend and cable to Danville and it is to the Capionly do they make severe and expensiv terest in the cause of education in the scale than either of its predecessors. the meager and ineffectual tal city: inroads into the flocks of the farmers county, and Miss Gardners remarks for it has twelve scenes where "The enlarge powers of the Kentucky Railroad ComHas it ever occurred to the people who live near town, but they annoy awakened new interest, aroused them Garden of Allah" had only eight, might become an actual of the Distiict of Columbia who visit the housewives of the city, nothing to a sense of their responsibility, point- There are more than sixty speaking mission, that it can be left outside the house in the ed out to them that they were the very parts. Itstsuccess has been phenom shield, to the shipper from extortion the beautiful cemeteries surrounding and to the State from fraud and chi- their city on Decoration Day, or at way of food but it is disturbed by them; foundation of the educational system enal. cane. or-t- o other times that a large percentage they make night hideous with their of the county, that the responsibility "Joseph and His Brethren" is "Let impartial history looking back of the monuments they see dotting the yells and barking and the sick are dis- for the vast school system rested upon vitalized version of the story in the over twenty years of Federal legislaturbed, the well annoyed, and the com- their shoulders, and the success or Book of Genesis, written for t&e stage tion say whether William Goebel was smooth green lawns or nestling beneath the trees are memorials of the energy munity in general are the victims of failure of the cause of education in ny adorns rarKer. Mr. farker is an incendiary or a seer. The reforms and sinister efficiency of the house fiy? pack of hungry, worthless mon- Garrard county was with them. this Such known chiefly in America for his he proposed for a State became the This is especially true of those litgrels. The rigid enforcement of the an impression did her remarks make "Disraeli", and "Pomander Walk goal and the models for the tle marble figures that are raised over collection of the dog tax and the strin- upon these gentlemen, that thirty of but in England he is known as the of a nation. the small mouuds beneath which lie gent rules accompanying its non pay- them immediately enrolled their names author of many other successes, includ "Monuments are erected to the liv- the bodies of the infants sacrificed ment, might help to some extent, but as members of the trustees auxiliary ing "Drake", the hit of the last Lon ing, not the dead. We need no storied through ignorance. , . ., . a wholesale shot gun quarantine would of the association, and signified their uon season. uraue was given a urn or animated bust' to redeem from For a number of years the Ameri We also have some nice shoots weighsurely be the surest means of putting intention of attending the meeting of spectacular production at His Majesty's oblivion the fame of William Goebel. can Civic Association and public health an end to this long complained of nuis- the K. E. A., which is to be held in Theatre by Sir HerbertBeerbohm Tree, His name is engraven upon the hearts agencies have called attention to the ing about pounds for sale. ance. who has also produced "Joseph" there of his countrymen and his deeds mark Louisville on April 29th. dreadful scourge of the house fly. Miss Gardner is a lady of splendid this season. the proudest and most tragic page in When the anti-fl- y campaigns were first To present "Joseph and His Brethren the history of his country. mental attainments, a forceful and logstarted it was along the line of killing ical speaker and places her meaning in rne weDier company nas selected a Legislature Adjourns Sine Die. "This is not a monument, but a bea- them during the first warm days of such an earnest and impressive manner cast of unusual ability. .Brandon Ty- con. It is erected here not to mark summer. Much of the energy expendThe 1913 session of the Kentucky before her hearers as to make a deep nan, who has been a star in his own the resting place of the dead but to Legislature became history on Tuesday and lasting impression. She is accom- plays and leading man for Nazimova, direct and inspire the onward march ed was wasted because the flies multiplied much more rapidly than the and there is scant grief at its passing. plishing untold good for the cause of will play the role of Joseph. James of the living." blows at its existence found this mark. The time allotted to it by law expired education in Kentucky, and her whole O'Neill, of "Monte Christo" fame will The campaigns accomplished some good by limitation on Tuesday. We would heart seems to be in the work. She is have the part of Jacob, the patriarch, Work In Ryan Commander?. result, but were largely like the effort be glad to give a list of the measures serving as Supt. of Schools for Nicholas and.in the third act will play Pharaoh. (BMMQWmmsmBBM of the old lady who attempted to sweep The order of Red Cros will be which were passed and will go upon the county for the second time, and the Pauline Fredericks, pronounced by by Ryan Commandery No. 17, on back the tide where one fly was swatstatute books of the state wer in pos- good people of Nicholas are to be con- artist Harmon Fisher the most beauti S3 thousand came to take its place. sible, but it would take a probe at the gratulated on having such an able per- lui woman in America, and numerous Thursday, March 26th., at 7.80 o'clock ted a P. M. There is no question that a prevenpresent time to find these, and besides, son at the helm of their school system. other plsyers of reputation will be seen tive campaign started now and mainmany of them yet have not received Miss Gardner while here was taken by in the cast, while the heads of all Buys Well Bred Stallion. tained with sufficient vigor will rethe signature of the Governor and may Miss Higgins to visit the twoconsolida-te- d technical department of the Leitler m Mr. W. S. Embry and T. L. Yantis duce flies to a far greater degree than be voted by him. The closing scenes schools of Garrard county, and she Company who worked out and produced A Good Thing the most energetic and successful were marked by pandemonium and speaks very highly of these institutions. the "effects" in the play, will purchased from Gano Johnson, in Mt, many men were upon their feet at one She also speaks in a very complimen- accompany the big production here. Sterling, last Monday, the handsome swatting campaign two or three months that husband of yours. and the same time clamoring, for re- tary manner of the school trustees of The company when traveling has al- and well bred young stallion, Golden later. When he sees you using filth, The breeding place of flies is in cognition. The work accomplished in Garrard, and says thatnotwithstanding most the proportions of a circus, with Emerald, at a very fancy price. This The way to stop the fly is by pre S3 the closing hours killing of the Webb the fact that she has visited many its special train of fourteen cars for stallion is three years old, a beauty in White Swan Flour and State Wide Prohibition Bill, the Tax- counties in the interest of the K. E. A. the people, scenery and live stock. conformation, and by the noted sire, venting the accumulation of filth, agen m disinfecting (L ing and Revenue BilV the two and one that she found a keener interest among Among the latter are; herds of camels, Golden King, first dam being Emerald utilizing the simple Department will cies that the Health he expects be sure that half cent passenger fare bill, the "Red-light- the trustees in Garrard than any place oxen, asses, horses and sheep. Queen. furnish to every citizen. It has been some fine bread, bis bill, Finn Railroad Commission she has visited, that our trustees are a estimated that every fiy killed in March The four acts of "Joseph and His means a million less live flies in AugLexington Herald Contest. Bill, Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition Bill, representative body of men, and are Brethren" will be known as "The Coat ust. cuits or cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR and the bill placing express companies calculated to become a power for good of Many Colors", "The Temptation", Readers of the Lexington Herald are under the Railroad Commission. The in their own county, and .that their ex "The Dreams," and "The Deliverer". to have an opportunity to participate At the last meeting Miss Robinson makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him followingbills were ample is well worthy of emulation The Scenes will be respectively: "The in another "Summer "Vacation Tours read a splendid paper on "The interest how to educate it". thrnnarmiir. thp staro Tentt of Shechem". "VTfie Wells "of Contest 'i "taie contes.win-aDoH- . Aprjl of the- child and interest to both'par-entMat you a baker as his mother ever was: of "vital of Motor Vehicles,,appropriatingV20,000 Miss Gardner's remarks were well re Dothan' "Jacob's' Tent",v'In"the-- 1st and close June 1st. 'Many, nice Question'steachers were discussed by, thet and to maintain Capitol and Governor's ceived and highly complimented by all House of Potipear", "Potiphar's trips will be offered as prizes, and cash teachers and parents, and a parent-teachMansion, Providing Extra Examiners who heard her, and it its thought that Garden" "Zuleila's Room", ',In the commissions will be paid to the losers, club was suggested and we for Insurance Commissioner, Submit- the already flourishing cause of educa- Prison", "In Pharoahs Palace, so that all who participate will be fully think will be the practical outcome of ting tax amendment to vote of people tion in the county will receive fresh "Jacob's Tent", "The Entrance to renaid for the time expended in their its meeting. The next meeting along campaign, and line of the Anti-Fl- y as well as submitting the Convict labor impetus thru the influence of her visit JacoB's House", "The Pyramid" and j efforts to secure one of;the trips. See thewill do well to read the suggestions all 1 amendment to the vote of the people. and advice. sent out from Washington. "In Joseph's House". ad in this issue of the Record. The Record That He Would "Make Goebel, By A. 0. Stanley. Save Your House and Money Phoenix White Lead nm v. C. Ci J E. Siormes 0 HEALTHY ever-increasi- itun 1 I Snoddys Pan-ama- International McRoberts Drug Store, 'jwBlEbblss'jb jstsb Book-Keepe- The Womans Club l e Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. I Capital $50,000. I A T For Sale: wide-awak- i. law-make- rs We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have some good ones 80 ... to sell. Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co lfV&&fWm$&&&&& Pfm$&&Z con-fer- ed !! i&MmM He Knows I 1 Kr zmT&ffi s" w passed;-Workmen'- s! er Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills s I s The Central Record, Thursday Mch 19 914,, Page 5 AMERICAN FENCE. Strongest and BEST Fence on the Market Today. Car Load Just Received. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. en n :c t " it See i n we invite iou L 10 r ii The Craze Don't Forget Our Adjustment Sale. S. On 1L BROWN. 11 1L 3C cO S W3Sfe.fci , In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our Supt. W. H. Anderson, of Paris, division superintendent of the L & N R. R. was attending court in Lancaster last week. Mr. W. B. Burton is back from a business trip to the live stock firm with which he is connected at Wilson, J A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc Interested In. North Carolina. K UP Mr. Thomas Elmore, a student at the ; military school at Millersbrug, has '.i been with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cr&Irs. Loe McGrau of Danville has W. Elmore for a short stay. Veen the guest of Mrs James Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Lincoln Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and daughter, county made an auto tun over Sunday Miss Letty Mae, were in Danville last to spend the day with the latter's parMonday. ents, Mr. snd Mrs. William Hughes. '. iMrs. Carlton Elkin hae trone to I.ih- Miss Sallie Elkin will serve as nar" erto on a visit to kinspeople at her for- rator of the Study Hour for several mer home. grades of the Lancaster school children Mi3s Alberta Anderson has been in and will entertain them with readings Danville on a visit to her aunt, Miss from "Uncle Remus". Dove Harris. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird presided Dr. M. K. Denny went down to at a handsome dinner party at their Louisville to be present at the Dental home in Hill Court last Friday evening Convention. the festal board being spread in comMr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson pliment to an assemblage of M. D.'s. have returned from an extended stay Report comes from Mr. J. F. Holtz- at Butler Ga. clhw and Mrs. Holtzclaw at Hot SprMiss Lillian Kinnaird has been in ings, Arkansas, that the former is Danville on a visit to her friend, Miss i steadily improving in health and they expect to return to their "old Kentucky Dove Harris. home", sometime in April. Mr. Alexander Bishop has returned from a stay at the Masonic Home in Miss Stella Comely, a former valued Shelbyville, Ky. employee of the Record office, has ac. Miss Lou J. Grant has gone for a I cepted it position with Miss Rella fortnight's visit to Dr, and Mrs. S. P. Arnold. Miss Pansy Love of St Louis Mo. an expert trimmer has arrived and Grant at Danville. will also be with Miss Arnold during Miss Fannie West has returned from the seasoi. a visit to her sister, Mrs. George B. Miss Joan Mount left the first of the Robinson in Danville. week for a visit to her sister. Mrs. Mrs. Georgia Miller Lusk is spending Thomas Mosby Wilson at Bowling several weeks with her sister, Mrs. R. Green and before her leturn she will .. .Hughes in Louisville. aS0 spena- sometime with Mrs. Shelby Miss Eliza Ison of Buena Vista has Allen at Lagrang- -. probably extending been visiting Mrs. W. R. Cook and her Iler visit tin the lst of Mav- sister, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, Misses Martha and Helen Gil! returnMr. Ashby Warren, of Louisville,' ed the first of the week from a prowas here on Sunday to visit his aunt, tracted visit to Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Far-ri- s Mrs- - W. S. Elkin of Atlanta. at Denver Colo, and Mrs. W. I. Business Manager R. L. Elkin made Williams at Tulsa Okla, being the of several handsome social funca tiip to Cincinnati last week to pur tions while on their sojourn. chase supplies for the Record. Gossip About People vnn - i Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp and son bride's mother was formerly Miss Pat-ti- e Burton were in Lexington Saturday. Gibbs, of this county a sister of Mr, ; YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. ! Mr. Forest Stapp and Master Irvine Luther Gibbs; the vows were solemniz Stapp are in Louisville for a few days. ed at the First Baptist church in Lex V ington on Wednesday, the groom being Mr. R. B. Elder of Lincoln county is Mr. Grover Cleveland Rout of Law- For Rent. to move to this city at an early date. tenceburg, and the clergyman tying the Stormes flat. Posession at once. W. B. Burton was among the Court nuptial knot, the Baptist minister. Dr. Dr. Burnett. Day visitors at Danville on last Mon- J. W. Porter. Miss Rosa Rontt, the groom's sister, Seed corn and seed oats for cash at day. served as maid of honor, and Mr, Wil- low prices. Miss Margurite Hurt was a visitor liam Townsend as best man. ThR Garrard Milling Co. in Louisville and Lexington the past bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Hay week. For Sale don, Miss Cleo Gillis. Miss Genevieve Miss Tommie Francis and Mr. Joe Johnson, of Missouri, and tha ushers ;A acres land near Hyattsville Ky. Francis were Danville visitors last Mr. Seneca Routt of Lawrenceburg, If not sold by March lst, would lease Monday. Dr. Robert Graham and Professor to one or more parties for tobt ceo or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton go the Carmody. The couple left after the hemp. Address, .Mrs. PattieG. Haydon. coming week to Indianapolis, on a busi-ine- ceremony for a trip to New York and other points East, and will then go to Nicholasville, Ky. R. R 1. trip. Canada to make their homes. Phone 437. Lexington Exchange. Mr. Price McGrath went over to Miss Elizabeth Haydon gave a "Little Britain" to mingle with the beautiful dinner in complCar Salt. Court Day crowd. iment to her sister, the bride-eleat One-habushel bag 20ctH, 1 bushel Mrs. Robt. R. Burnside and children their attractive country home on the were pleasant visitors at Mr. Chas. C. Harrodsburg road; the docorations of bag :Cc. 2 bushel bar 70c. 2&U lb barn I S. N. Davis. Lancaster. Kv red carnations with many pretty plants 51.80. Humbers recently.- in the background gave the apartment Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne have been a festive appearance Notice. and th table apin Lexington on a visit to their son, pointments observed the same affective All persons having claims against Mr. Ernest Bourne. color scheme, the confections being the estate of Mrs. Ednu Francis, Io Mrs. Adclia Woods of Stanford has created in pretty bridal designs and at ceased, will please present sam- nrnrs been visiting kinspeople in the upper each place were little wedding slippers. erly proven, to the umlerigneIaton t Several Lancastrians were among end of Garrard county. Miss Tommie Franci- the guest and standing in the receivAdfninlstrsri-- T Prof. Howard Ray. a teacher in the ing line with the hostess was Miss Richmond High School, was the guest Last Notice To Taxpayers. Elizabeth Gibbs of this place, sh- - beof his relative Mrs. W. T. West. ing a first cousin of the bride-elec- t. AH persons indebted to th- - l.,i ,.3 Mr. and Mrs, Frazier G. Hurt enThe Epsilon of Alpha Gamma Delta ter Graded School for taxes fur '.. tertained at a rook party complimen- of State University entertained also at years 3912 and 1913 are uarnwl j tary to Judge Charles A. Hardin. a affair in their fraternity ami settle same at one ami savt Mrs. Charles F. Denman, of Nichol-asvill- e, rooms at Patterson Hall with a bur- of advertising ami selling is spending a week with her lesque shower and supper in honor of E. V. Harris, Treasun r Miss Cretchet Marie Haydon, the atparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. tractive Lexington bride fleet of the SWEET CLOVER Miss La Verne Nevius and Fay Ac- week. I The great new ferliHer and ton and James Nevius were the guerts builder equal to alfalfa in has of Mrs. Mattie Nevius at Stanford. pasture- - Write for price 1 ..; , Misses Pearl Dickerson and Kathand "Free Circular" telling w .: arine Harris spent Saturday and Sungrow it. day with Miss Josephine Beazley of .IfllfM A sMICVU V (By Wm. F. Miller.) Stanford. Ma-it hI R. D. 4. PataMHth. x J ss pre-nunti- lf - al pnir. , H.-- School Notes. New Stock Pens in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Mch 23rd. Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Cen tral 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 Covered Pens for 600 Cattle and feed for alL Mr. John A. Stone was called last week to Woodford county by the death of his niece. Miss Janie Reddy. Misses Viola Beagle, Charlotte Pol-li- tt and Martha Tinder were visitors in the country Sunday afternoon. Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnati, Ohio, came Friday night to make a visit to her sister, Mrs. Davis Prather. Mrs. Shirley Holtzclaw of Lincoln county, is making a week's visit to her parents. Capt. and Airs. Am Bourne. Airs. W. S. Elkin came from Atlanta on last Friday to spend a week here with kinspeople at her former home. .Miss Elizabeth .Ford is at Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell Sayre College Lexington for home from a few days stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. visit to her father Judge A. D. Ford. 4 ' J. N. ROSS, Prop. Lancaster, Ky. Misses Margaret.and Lena Schooler have been the weck-eif- d guest of their aunt Miss Carrie Sanders of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon, of Paint Lick, were in Lancaster Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Scale. - lr IrK fsfflffirJ i Diaw for 11 Check News comes of the arrival of a daughter to gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnold in Birmingham Ala. Joe Boggs, of Richmond, was inLan-castlast week, a witness in thePaint Lick damage cases against the L.& N R. R. Mr. er 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 Garrard Luther Gibbs and daughter. Miss Elizabeth, have been visiting the former's sister. Mrs. W. B. Haydon near Lexington. Mrs. Sallie Maret, Mr. and Mrs.. John Boner and handsome little daughter, Helen, of Camp Jelson, and Mrs. JacK Adams, of this City motored up and spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leave!!. Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business 'I like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank 1- I & Trust Company I sSSSSS5BSiiES3SOS2S Miss Elizabeth Collier returned TuesThe Musical given by Miss Darnels Notice. day from Fork Ridge, Tenn. having Friday eveniiig was very much enjo-e- d. been summoned there by the illness Any person having a claim rf of her mother. the estate of Geo. G. Grew. der. . Miss Anderson's loom will entertain will please same, pr pr Miss Margaret Arnoid comes down Friday morning at b:15. Ever one is rmett, to th undersigned at oik-W- . Miss Letty Mae McRoberts goes on from Madison Institute Friday to spend invited. F. Champ. a few days with her parents, Mr. and Saturday to Lexington where she will Miss Mason of Richmond Miss West o Adinr. G. G. Grow s It preside as toast mistress at a banquet Mrs. C. A. Arnold. of this city, and Tom Elmore of M. M. given by the Chi Omega Fraternity at For Sale. Misses Mary Arnold and Elizabeth I. were Monday visitors. the Phoenix Hotel that evening; while Anderson are Bro. Sharrod of Paris was a welcome much pleased with their I wish to sell privately my farm ar. in Lexington Miss McRoberts will be prospects for a fine business in the visitor at our school Monday and de- taining about sixty acres of land, we the guest of Miss Anna Howard Har- millinery trade at Corbm. livered an address on "Danger". watered and located miles fror Lanbison. School will now begin at 8:30. This caster on Danville pike and J m.le Reverend J. Rockwell Smith drove Mrs. E. L. Owsley is enjoying a only applies to country children who from pike near Uix river; also a sit most delightful sojourn at several well over to Danville Monday with the Rev- live 4 miles or farther in the county. year old bay mare, works and dm cs erend H. S. Murdock who was on his known Florida resorts, Orlando.Datonia The following were visitors at our well and brings good colts every year and Jacksonsville, and expects to leave return to Buckhorn. Perry county. school Friday and were present tor Three jersey heifrrs. fresh last of about the lst of April for a visit to her Mr. and Mrs. Fisher D. Herring were Mrs. March or first of April ten good ewc3 brother, Mr. Ben Letcher in New York in Louisville to attend the wonderful Miss Dean's room Exercises. J. E. Dickerson and son, Mrs. F. M. and one buck, all young and will lamb City, not returning tome till sometime terpsiehoren performance of Parvlawa Jerry Bland, Tinder, .Miss Delia Tinder. Miss Elsie about March lfith. in May. and her company of Russian damsels. Morrow, Mis. M. L. Caneer and "Baby Lancaster, Kv The venerable C. K. Marshall of Judge L. L. Walker and Mrs. Walker Sister", Mrs. Clay Dunn and daughters. Richmond will fill the pulpit at the had as tfreir guests at an elegant din- Miss Edna Gulley. Mrs. J M. Faira, Christian church next Sunday morning ner Judge Charles Hardin. Attorney Mrs. W. L. Lawson, Mrs. Rayburn, and evening. Elder C. K. Marshall E. V. Fsryear and the Hon. Robert Mrs. D. Gulloy, Mis3 Alberta AnderJ j I will conduct my third annual s.i'e was the pastor of the Lancaster memson. Miss Lena Bright, Mrs. Gran, at 111 place 21 milts trom I .nca.st-- r Harding. bership years ago and is very ap11 Tjesi.v Miss Bettie W. Bunisice. Mrs. M. G. on the Lexington pike. Mr. Louie Tinder was a recent visitor House, Mrs preciatively remembered by the older J. B. C x. Mr. Jno. Mc- March 24th, brginiiirig promiitlj at If) in Lexington and attended the beauticommunicants. a. m. There will be offered to the Roberts. ful f inner given by Miss Elizabeth highest and best bidder the follow-Haydon to the bride elect, Miss Gret-che- n Read your policy and live stock: 1 jmir 2 jear old r mu Mane II? j don. 1 six I pair o year oij Spring and Summer dont let it expire. We are mare mule. 1 twomules. oh! mare n. j1 d vear v. James Dudderar vrcs taken suddenly ill the first of toe week with an prepared to insure you in a j 1 three year old mare mule. I l4Hir attack of pleurisy, his brother, Mr. strong' and reliable com- I old mare mule, 3 weanling muu's. I weanling horse colt, 1 yearling nur-- e Walter Dudderar of AIcKinney having pany, that pays its losses colt, 1 yearling mare colt, 1 the ur been called to his bejside, dis- 'old harness horse, 1 four jear old harJ.Iiss Eliza Lunsford who has beec promptly and without DISPLAY ness horse. 1 four vear old harness quite ill from an attack of pneumonia count. mare, 1 five year old harness mart. has had a relapse after having improve-A. BEAZLEY S CO. 2 good work mares, ( brood rnare i sufficiently to come back to her boardfoal to jack, 5 good milk cows, 10 head ing house, Mrs. Wsslqy Walker's. I weanling calves, 1 bull calf, I HO hea i Mr. and Mrs. Win. Smith, Mr. aid sheep and Iambs, 7 brood saws, 25 Mrs. Cecil Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry shoats and I Poland China boar. I will also olfer the following farr McAfee. Miss Nancy Dykes and Mr. You ass cordially invited' 'Quickly reliran T!fimTUk.i- - Rr.OIn.-R. L. Elkin accompanied the remains cla Jtcralria rart.A. 1Is.tIia .. i .ing implements: I cutting harrow J ' All TXLii. QHrTmmMtr.!Flfltfii)tnta. i j buggies oi Mr. Zack Elkin to Winchester on and harness, 1 buekboard in J anr irla in in, ,irt r.f thA n)v (ttl UWiUI'lUQe. Tuesday. quite a number of other implements Ada jticoumpo. asgut --Mt Druggists. 4W, Tit used on the farm. icr cect aa retpsut. iThe Chautauquc Circle met its reguBOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Terms will bt made known on day ' Lexington. K. .34ZEasl Mala SU k session at the residence lar I sale. ASHBY ARNOLD of Mrs. Fred P. Rasbie; "The Decad' Capt. Am Bourne. Auctioneer. ence of Italian Poetry" was the thime that proved both and inhon-oret 1 Public Sale. j yt-a- finery jtr Saturday, March 28th. Mrs J. N ' li-- Kinnaird I .M.t--r- once-a-wee- We Write Anv Kind of 5 i s y NSU Office RANGE at National Bank. Ky. J. Ao Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, BEAZLEY & GO. Phone 27. raivJti-,.-:ra:sggsr- s t&t&tZt&ii.&&i&b&i To The People Who Anticipate Building Tobacco Barns have made arrangements with our mills for these special bills and can We Mrs. John Estes. of Portsmouth O., who has been with Miss Mattie 'Estes for seme months was called home ITv JJ Monday- on account of the illness of her RV MHt! j- a . OWnDC, n uiuuuoi-ui- i, m.w. "R T uffvii-.jyjr Pdvimti'tv J... mothrt- .Mrs. Sargent, and sister Mrs. Unticrwood, of Port' mouth. Mr. and .Mrs. T. Johnson Price Frozen Pudding. an elaborate (J o'clock course diii'io. Tuesday evening. Judge Charles figs, lb. of seeded raisins, i lb. of A. Hr.rdin, Professor M. L. Cane-?- r, A lb. of J lb. of almonds. citron. Mrs. Ciineer.and Mr. and Mrs. J.WJ21-ino- r h lb. of English walnuts, compiled the seJ?ct assemblaf--- . Blanche your almonds by pouring boiling water over them, cut all the Mrs. Lewis Landramof Danville who ingredients fine and mix together. Make a qutrt of very sweet custard, flavor is visiting relatives in Lancaster, was to taste with vanilla and whisky, and pour over ihe fruit while .hot the night a pleasant visitor to the Record ofiice Mrs. Landrau "does" tlw before.it is used. Pour into the freezer and add enough rich cream to make a this society colurin on the Danville Messengallon and continue to freeze until stilL Remove ihe dasher, pari' in ice until ger, acd her contribution add materready to serve. ially to that newsy sheet. S i W Favorite fiecipes Of V - structive. AelI J(nom Jomen. ?ss Sfeella Jiriiolci Announces . -. - nt Spring Opening SATURDAY, MARCH I 28th, 1914. - Special attention is called to tiie Smart ami Dressy Modeller the Tot to the Grown up Miss. -- 4 1 I cars Lancaster. We are also No Substitutes to die grocer all RETURN sent you for Royal ing Powder There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders0 offered as substitutes are made from alum. The Missionary Society oi the Meth odist church convened at the sanctuary on Tuesday afternoon and hekl an enjoyable service; Mrs. Silas Macs served as leader the subject under consideration being the "Conquest of tbeCross" "Our Self Indulgance and Intemper- GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA ance". Miss Katherine Harris haa been in r, Mrs. Stanford where her J. Randolph Harris tendered her a handsome birthday party on last Friday evening; the dining apartment was artistically decorated in lavender and white, the cakes, candies and other confectipns observing the same color combination; there were about 50 of Stanford's Junior Society set included on the invitation list. A marriage of much interest to Garrard and Lancaster folks is that of Miss Gretchen Marie Haydon, as the step-mothe- give prompt service. We are making the special price of afHlliUSH INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." R f $1.80 per hundred F. O. B. TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Dpn't fail to see us when in need of lumber or- - roofing., AND t0 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY LONG RETURN LIMIT ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KING. Passenger and Ticket Agent. 101 East Main SL. Lexington, Ky. Page 6 """" The Central Record, Thursday Mch lg, 1914. s. l :fladison Peavine 3405 V- S 81J W 29.6 poles to a stake on the West Not Fast. "By Jove! 1 aiu glad to see yon side of an old lane; thence S 81 W 49.4 Remedy. Mr. Daniel East sold a horse to Mr. Texas. Married Well Known Gar looking so gay and festiver said Mr. poles to a stake on the same side of the lane; thence S 791 W 47.4 poles to a Elige Long price $125. "I take pleasure in recommending Olde Trend. 1 "Yon were all In black stake, corner to Cunningham; thence rard County Lady. Cough Remedy to my the last time saw you." N 6 E 8 to another stake; thence S 89J Mr. Clayton Anderson was the guest Chamberlain's "Yes." demurely replied Sirs. Hrown, W 10 poles to a stake near a young customers because I have confidence in of his father Sunday. The following is taken from ther who hud just taken a second husband, walnut, his corner; thence N 671 W 90j Mrs. Maggie Casey wa3 the guest of it. I find that they are pleased with it "but it wasn't a fast black." Maga- poles to a beech and ash stump, corner Wichita Falls (Tex) Daily Times: and call for it when again in need of zine of Fun. to same; thence N 78J W 66 poles to a "W. B. Shepperd, aged 30, traveling her father and mother Sunday. stake; thence N 821 W 80 poles to a freight and passenger agent for the Mr. Homerand Virgil Sebastain spent such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson large poplar, said corner 111 poles to Value of a Kiss. Fort Worth & Denver and the Wich- Saturday night with Mr. Oscar Prewitt. Montevallo, Mo. For sale by All a stake and beech pointer; 10 Dealers. lm. "Your honor." said the foreman of W 49 poles to a stake on thence S ita Valley Railways and also a rep top of Dix Misses Mary Baker and Stella East the jury. "thN lady is suing this gent River cliff; thence along the top of said resentative of the Burlington system are suffering with the mumps at this for S10.000 for a stolen kiss." cliff S 83J E 10 poles to a stake S j pole L'KKAlMltil.NVJI.LK and the Trinity & Brazos Valley Rail- writing "Correct." resionded the judge. "Yoa South of a cedar pointer S 87$ E 32 way, died at his home here at 6:30 poles to a stake 21 links West of a hick Miss Tory Anderson was quite sick are to decide If it was worth it" Mr. Oscar and Earl Prewitt spent Thursday evening, after an illness with "That's the point, your honor. Could ory pointer S 83 E 23 poles S 89 E 18 Friday night with Mr. Dave Prewitt of Sunday. kidney trouble. He had been confined the Jury have a sample?" Kansas City poles S 340 E 18 poles N 84 E 12 poles Miss Ruby Parrish visited Mrs. J. S 71 E poles S 80 E 23 poles S 71 E only about fifteen days but had never Madison, Co. Journal. 42 poles to a cedar and ash sprouts N Mr, and Mrs. Jesse East and Miss H. Rigsby Sunday. recovered full from the effects of 89 E 18 poles to an ash. elm and hick ptomiane poisoning with whicn he was Bertha East spent Sunday with Mr. Born, to the wife of Mr. Richard Valuations. ory sapling. S 70 E 10 poles to a cedar and Elige Baker. Dyehouse, a fine boy. stricken more than a year ago "I think the world takes a man at N 74 E 3 poles to another cedar S 88 E 21 poles to another cedar S 69 E 25J ce- which is believed to have led to his Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker of Cotton - Miss Ila Pettus is visiting her uncle, his own valuation." "I think you're mistaken. The cus poles to a white oak S 56 E 32J poles to fatal illness. A little more than two burg were th J guest of his parents Mr. Joseph Pettus at Springfield. in 16 12. 14 tom bouse inspectors are as alert as a stake near a locust pointer S J W 26 weeks ago Mr, Shepperd took cold and Saturday and Sunday. poles to a ston S 24 W 141 poles to a Rev. A. C. Baird, of the Good Hope ever." Town Topics. went home sick. That night he was hickory stump; thence along the fence Rev. Morgan did not fill his appoint; section, preached at the Baptist church with Theo Dunn's line N 89. E 5J poles unconscious and his condition at once ment at Bethel Sunday on account of baturday. k in Making Sure. N 801 E 15 poles N 73J E 103 poles to a became critical and dangerous. the illness of his father. Smlthers stone marked "A"; thence S 3 E 20 Employer If that bore Master Lucien Perkins, of Sweeney, Ky., He leaves a widow, formerly Miss S 23J E Miss Marv Jane Prewitt and her sis- visited his grand-parent- s, Mr. and Mrs. tomes in tell him I'm out and don't poles lynn and 24 poles S 2J E 7.2 poles Dot Walkerand his mother, Mrs. W. white oak on said branch; nef-be working or he'll know you're ly- to a Eula spent Sunday afternoon with J. J. Thompson. ter thence S 84 E 4.6 poles to the beginH. Shepperd, a brother, Hubert Shep ing. Kansas City Star. Miss Mary B. Hardin, on Back Creek, ning containing One Hundred and Nine Mr. and Mrs. William Rigsby, of near perd and a sister, Mrs. H. C. Larson and one fourth acres (1991 A), Brodhead, visited his parents, Mr and of Dallas. These and many friends Dress and Beauty. together with all the cliff land hereto Mrs. J. H. Rigsby. Dress, next to beauty, is the most and properly belonging to the above mourn the death of one whose gentle generous character and kindly court and containing Miss Melsadia Chadwick. of Crab deadly weapon in woman's armory described boundary A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season at eous ways made him beloved by all Orchard, visited her uncle, Mr. J. H. and often supplies the want of beauty seventy five acres (75 A) more or less. Be same land conveyed to vilhamF Itself. Orme Balfour. ing the with whom he came in contact. Rigsby and family. I Hacer by J. H. Easlev bv deed dated ' Mr. Shepperd had been in Wichita January 13, 1910, and recorded in deed Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson were The intellect Is perfected not hv 1908 when he took a po Courier-Journ- al book iNo "ib, page 399, Garrard County visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'jnowledse. lint by nrtlvlty Aristotle S. H. ALDRIDGR. Prorrinto-- . Hvattsville, Kentucky. Falls since Clerk's offica, and by Wm. F. Hager to sition in the Fort Worth & Denver Sprinkles at Shelby City. i S. W. Hager and others bv deeds dated OLD BLACK JOE. office here as chief clerk to Agent M. February 11th, 1910, and December 9th Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Pettus aad Miss This Jack is 3 years old 15 hands high not up on stilts, but stout built, good A. Bundy. In J une he was promoted 1913, and recorded in Deed Book No 26, Jean McKechnie visited Mr. and Mrs. body and bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jack the Burton's stood, and has as by his company to the position of 30. page I page 173. and Deed Book No Waller Pettus at Hubble Sunday. many good mules to his credit, as any Jack in the county. The dam of this traveling freight and passenger aent 510. Garrard County Clerk's office. t The purpose herein is to sell the land Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces back to such famous sires as Beecher, making bis headquarters here. In this Mrs. J. J. Thompson has received Prime Minister and Joe Blackburn. jointly held and indivisible and aivide word that her father, Mr. Horace all position he met business men over the proceeds arisintr therefrom amone Baker, of Mt. Vernon, is quite sick. Northwest Texas and won a high place GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. the parties as their rights may appear. 54 inches high, good style and A beautiful black and white spottel rny, Mr. Ed Bell, Mr. Mead Gill and in their esteem. He had spent his life TERMS. action, is sired by Sam Cecils's pony who has as many blue ribbons to his credit Misses Carrie and Zula Naylor spent Belle Tatum, His dam is an extra good pony mare and he cer- in railroad work beginning as a mes- Courier-JournPlffs. et al, as any pony in Boyle county. The sale will De made on a credit of al Sunday at William Naylor's near Stansenger boy for Mr. Bundy when the tainly shows good breeding. They will stand at six and twelve months and the purvs ford. chaser will be required to execute bonds latter was in the Cotton Belt office at Defts. Louis Kincaid, et al, Each To Insure A Living Colt. with approved security for the purBig Sandy more than fifteen years ago. Mr. Joseph Pettus and family, of Pursuant to judgment rendered at chase price due in six and twelve on all colts until season money is paid and the seaA lien will be retained Springfield motored over Sunday and the March Term. 1914, the undersigned months bearing six per cent interest who bred the mare, if soldor parted with. Care taken Later he worked as telegrapher for the son is due from the man Texas & Pacific and when Mr. Bundy attended church here and were euests commissioner will sen ai pumic aucuun- . annum from date unti, d' h j to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. . ,. before the Court House door mLancas- . ,nr0 . -.- . of his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. went to the Pine Bluff agency of the Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. ter. ky., at 11 o clock a. m., or there- on wh!ch execution may issue payabie Cotton Belt Mr. Shepperd worked under Rev. Thomas Owens, who has been abouts. on to w h. 'Brown. .Master Commissioner hin there. sick so long, was able to be present at of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914. The funeral will be held from the property lien will be reserved the business meeting of the Baptist al. of the purchase residence of Dr. Wade Walker, his church Saturday. Everybody glad to jj brother-in-laat 704 Scott avenue at see him out again. mentioned in the pleadings and des- - v W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. 4 o'clock this afternoon and will be cribed as follows: The same land that was inherited by q u Swinebroad. Attv for Plffs. conducted by Dr. J. L. McKee, pastor Best National News. For The Stomach And Liver. parties hereto by virtue of the will of Capt. Am Bourne. Auct. of the First Presbyterian Church. InJohn Hurt, Sr., dated September 10th, I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., 1906, and probated March 26, 1903. in terment will be made in Riverside Best State News. writes: "I have used Chamberliin's the Garrard County Court and recorded cemetery. The active pall bearers Tablets for disorders of the stomach in the Garrard County Clerks office in will be: J. N. Prothro. N. M. Clifford, Best Local News. and liver off and on for the past five Will Book "Z," page 98, and is boundA. B. Maples of this city, A. G. Grayears, and it affords me pleasure to ed as follows: ham, W. H. Darwin and Jack D. Gowan Best Market Report. No 1. Garrard County, Ky. state that I have found them to be onTract Creek In on the Richmond The honorary pall of Fort Worth. and Back just as represented. They are mild in and Lancaster turnpike road and bound bearers include M. A. and Abe Marcus, their action and the results have been ed as follows: Beginning at a point in W, N. Maer, Marvin Smith, Walter Best Foreign News. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Lancas satisfactory. I value them highly." the center of the Richmond and Tatum; Priddy and C. D. Shamburger all of ter turnnike and corner to John . nn .. . . .. Tatum b 2ij ti i&.JM ; cuza A. riurt, Adm r. et al. Best Political News. For sale by all dealers. lm. thence with said this city. Plffs. chains to a stone S 5 E 15 67 chains to A number of railroad men came up VS. Rout; thence Louis Kincaid, et al, a stone corner to Mrs from Fort Worth and Dallas this af- Best of Everything. Lord. Defts. with her line S 3 W 15.63 chains to a His ternoon to attend the funeral. Pursuant to a stake S 75J W passing J. G. Burn-sid- e the March Term,judgment rendered at Miss Jewel Ray is on the sick list. 1914. the undersigned mother and his brother have been here Best for Everybody. corner at 15.32 chains, in all 22.85 Mrs. James Sanders is on the sick chains to a stone corner to the said Commissioner will sell at public aucsince he first became ill. His sister, Burnside; thence with same N 11 W tion before the Court House door in list. Foaled April 12. 190G, bay blaze and th?e white feet, sired by William Mrs. Larson arrived from Dallas on the 25.67 chains to a hackberrv; thence N Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A M or noon train today. Mrs. Tom Ray was the guest of Mr. 27 E 12.90 chAins N 64J W 10.80 chains thereabouts, on Stamp, 9740. Are you interested in what is taking A sister of Mrs. Shepperd', Mrs. place day by day all over the world? and Mrs. John Ray Friday. Dam-Sall- y to a point in the center of Back Creek; MONDAY. MARCH, 23. 1914. Hamilton, 1242G. This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, down leaving good form, broad and close to ground. Just the horse to get work and brood R. P. Fox of Fort Worth, was made If you are, you NEED THE COURIER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ray entertained thenceCreek N. saidEBurnside and N 63 it being the first day of the Gar36 4.86 chains, Back a widow just five week3 ago through JOURNAL. County Court mares from. a few of their friends Sunday. E 2.40 chains N 6 E 4.34 chains to cen- rard mentioned in term, the real esthe tate Recently I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares the unexpected death of her husband If there is an agent in your town Miss Marie Ray of Judson has been ter of aforesaid Richmond and Lancas- described as follows: pleadings and ter turnpike; thence with the center of yearly and he said "The Clyde Horse was the only draft he could get, that would who was stricken with heart trouble. give him a trial order one menth the guest of the Misses Ray's. said turnpike N 81 E 10.75 chains S 70 The land that parties hereto derived get him a saleable horse from a Texas pony mare up," this means a great deal Daily 50 cents, with Sunday Tacts. Mr. S. S. Long and family visited 1.75 chains to the beginning, contain-in- ? title to by inheritance from Eliza A. as our horses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse there is no agent in your town give Mr. James Clark of Marksbury Sunday. E 96.84 acres. If Hurt, deceased and is described as has proven as sure as any horse I ever kept for service. your order to the paper in which this Tract No 2. Adjoins tract No I and follows: and Mrs. Preston Snyder are re- is bounded as follows: Beginning at a Mr. this advertisement appears (yoa may Said land is in Garrard County, Ky.. and Back TO INSURE. get a special clubbing rate,) or send joicing over the arrival of a little girl. Doint in center of and in Creek to J.cor and is in two tracts, on the Richmond G and Lancaster turnpike and is line ner to tract No 1 bounded I will also at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks. 15 and 15J Miss Everl Carter was the week-en- d It has the only real continuous the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. J saia curnsiae in hands, standard, as much bone, foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with Courier-Journguest of Miss Lucinda Carter of Buck- Bamside;tnencewiuia stake, N 16J E ' aafollows-64Weekly has been disW 9.47 chains to door opening. No. 1: (Known as the "Home- ots of weight, both sound and prompt Look at the above stock before breeding. 3.50 chains to a point in center of Rich- - ' , Tract continued, bat FARM AND FAMILY, eye Hoops made of tested steel. jTo-o- 0t tnra;ir- - thn. P'ae ). DeKiiining ai a point in me a most excellent illustrated monthly Mi. and Mrs. Lotie Raney visited her with center of said Dike S 741 E 3.42 center of the Kichmonu and Lancaster Hoops can be adjusted from ladJacks Stand at To Insure. der front door frame. magazine, is a worthy successor. The sister Mrs. Cleo Ray Saturday and Sun- chains N 71 E 6.43 chains to a stake turnpiwe and corner to Nick Palmer; of Doors made of California Red- price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for day. These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was corner to W. P. Kincaid heirs; thence thence with the centerand the said pike the following courses distances S wood, "The Wood Eternal." E 4.60 chains known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as a sample copy. Ray of Davis Co. and Mrs. with their line S 8Back Creek and to a 20 E 7.33 chains S 50 E 4.63 chains to Mr. Jebb The location o our factory give, us corpoint in center of the greatest. He was 16 hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor lowest freightfronx mills to factor', and from Bell West of Lancaster was visitors of ner to tract No 1; thence with tract corner of John Hun land; thence with Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above tory to you- - Ctt a bUr Sit and Save money by Courier- - Journal Company. Miss Mollie Grow Friday. N 71 E 6.43 chains S No land up said creek S 36 W 4.86 it 741 E 3.42 chains writing u. tor catalog arxi prices. stock will make the season of 1914 at Butna Vista, Ky. A lien retained on all beginning, containing to a stake corner to said Hurt land and LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. Incorporated. Miss Virgie Carter has returned to chains to the P. Kincaid heirs' line N 751 E 3.30 W. llncorpofatea') 5.73 acres. colts for season money. For further information apply to LOUISilLLE KY. f.O. Station F. in the to a LOUISVILLE, KY. Richmond Normal school after a few The purpose of this sale is to settle chainscornerpointKincaid center of said pike, heirs and to days stay with home folks. the estate and divide the proceeds John Hurt to land; thence with Hurt entitled to receive Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and airong the persons rights may be ad- line and center of pjke N 81 E 10.75 the same as their chains; thence leaving Hurt tract and family visited her mother Mrs, Ander- judged. into and down son of Preachersville Sunday. Said two tracts will be offered sep- falling 10.19 chains N 23Back Creek N W 3.S6 chains arately and as a whole and the Com- 30JaE Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teater and missioner will accept the bid or bids to point in the center of Back Creek. corner to Quinn Denny; thence with bright little son, William Burnett, vis- that will bring the most money. sam uenny iN aij W r.48 cnatns to a ited his brother Mr. Lem Teater of stake in line to John Higginbotham; TERMS. Bryantsville Saturday and Sunday. The sale will be made on a credit of thence with his line S 2 W 2.50 chains Will mske the season of 1914 at my i six and twelve months and the purchas- to a forked black walnut; thence N 69 place on Lexington pike at W passing er will be required to execute bonds 16.55 chainsVirgil Gastineau, corner at and same course continued with approved security for the purA Living To chase price, one half due in six months with Gastineau, in all 19.60 chains to a If YouHave any Blood Disease and one half due in twelve months qtone corner to Nick Palmer; thence Do Not Delay until it is too late but Order bearintr six Der cent interest per an with said Palmer S 14 W 9 90 chairs Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest num from date until paid, having the to the beginning, containing 44.75 nut with star and left hind foot white. force and effect of a judgment upon acres. Tract No. 2; (Known as the "W. S. which execution may issue, payable to He is royally bred, being b Kentucky No doubt you are, if V H. Brown, Master Commissioner Walker Tract) : Beginning at a point you suffer from any of the Peavine and he bv Rex Peavine. 1st of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien in the middle of the Richmond and numerous ailments to will be reserved upon the property sold Lancaster pike opposite the mouth of dam Maud Helton by Madison Squirrel. a dirt road, corner to Florence E. Walwhich an women are subuntil all the purchase money is paid. ject. Headache, backker; thence with said road and line to You will make no mistake by breedW. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. said Walker N 5 E 991 poles to a stake StHitWKaHMiMKu.,.-- jar- Mi .HLv ache, sideache, nervousL. L. Walker. Atty for Plffs. ing to this horse. ness, weak, tired feeling, corner to Capt. John Doty; thence his i . so! Capt Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. line N 881 W passing said Dotv corner are some 01 me sympa Complete and Positive Remedy for I will also at same time and place toms, and you must rid at 49 poles and then Wm Royston's stand my two fine Jacks at line, in all 88.2 poles to a stake corner yourself of them in order SYPHILIS. to feel well. Thousands to Wm. Royston; thence with Royston of women, who have ECZEMA, line S 23 W 75 poles to a point in the My Jacks are fine individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at by this been benefited midble of the Richmond and Lancaster ERYSIPELAS, remedy, urge you to pike opposite a stone corner to said my barn. Lien retained on all colts for season money. Season due when mare Royston, thence line to said pike and is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible ACNE, TAKE its meanders S 65 E 14.7 poles S 70 E should any occur. 12 poles S 42 S 85 13J MALARIA, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. 20 poles26 E E poles N 89 E 51 Epoles 10 poles S Plffs. beginning, containing 53 acres. S. W. Hager, et al, to the RHEUMATISM, Said tracts will be sold seperately. vs And all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. The purpose of this sale is to pay the Defts. Leona Hager, et al, debts against the estate and to settle Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the estate and divide tbe proceeds after Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood SPECIAL OFFER undersigned the March Term 1914. the the payment of debts among the perand Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. Commissioner will sell at public auction sons entitled to receive the same as The Woman's Tonie House door in Lancas- their rights may be adjudged. before the Court Full Course Treatment-S- ix Bottles--- ? ter, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereMrs. Sylvania Woods, TERMS. abouts on of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: The sale will be made on a credit of Singles Bottle--$5.0- 0 MONDAY. MARCH 23, 1914. "Before taking Cardui, six and twelve months and the purWe Prepare a Remedy for it being the first dav of the Garrard chaser or purchasers will be required I was, at times, so weak I Disease County Court Term the real estate to execute bond with approved secould hardly walk, and mentioned in the pleadings and describ- curity for the purchase price, one half is the pain in my back and ed as follows: due in six months and one half head nearly killed me. Located and being in Garrard County due in twelve months bearing six Offer e Dix River and per cent interest per annum from date Ky., on the waters of After taking three bottles bounded and described as follows: Be- until paid, having the force and effect of Cardui, the pains disginning at a stake 6 feet West of a of a judgment upon which execution Now I feel as appeared. pin ash, a new corner on a hillside; may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private well as I ever did. Every thence with line of the part left Wil- Master Commissioner of the Garrard suffering woman should liam Jennings N 1 E 218.64 poles to a Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserHot Springs Medicine Company. stake 9 feet West of a young cherry; ved upon the property sold until all the try Cardui." Getabottle thence N 721 W 8 poles to a fallen purchase money is paid. 8 today. 1-2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. honey locust; thence N 561 W 40 poles W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. to a stake in Smith's line, corner to Cunningham; thence with her line S L. L. Walker. Att'y for Plffs. Capt Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. 12J E 12i poles to another stake; thence l I "TCdTr - - ujLmaaiEgtaigg?:gsggBMgg;ss! "J Prominent Railroad Man Dies In Wichita NINA. Recommends Chamberlains Cough 0 EVERY FARMER SHOULO HAVE A SILO Thekind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build diameter, and feet ment Silos any height. We have had rrary experiences this line and our woi is the best. Write or telephone us at Sianfctd, cement work of an kind. if you J PHILIPPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. TINKER'S RETREAT. ty-Ni- ne Daily $6.00 a Year SILVER SI UK. Sunday Commissioner's Sale Of Land. ' $8.00 t l $2.00 a Year. . Real Newspapers. SgCt&S'tuS t'reafSe Commissioner's Sale Of Land. I ..... Alexander Stamp, 12696. $12.00 ffiHfisnre al $10.00 to-c- G. H. RU3LE, Agent ,1' $100 tare When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right or skin I Colt.! TODAY Worn Out? , The Hot Springs Remedy -- 5jf4r $10.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. Cardui Daily Louisville and the Herald 18.00 Evey Our Treatment for Female Ills Greatest of its Kind Ever the a CENTRAL HECOED price of $2.75. Suffering Women. By Mail for One Year at Special 803 E-6- MrWrWMMNWNN The Central Record, Thursday Mch 19 1914. Page 7 ' L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. LANCASTER PROOF Should Convince Every Lancaster Reader. QUICK RELIEF FOR STOMACH MISERY. Mi-o-- PROTECT THE HEART FROM TISM. RHEUMA- GLEAN MILK FROM FIELD SEED. Wholesale prices direct to the consumer. I have a full line of HIGH GRADE SEEDS and will be pleased to submit samples and prices. Terms spot cash. Will Put Your Sour, Gassy, Up- Rheuma Purifies The Blood And Off Complicating Diseases. Throws Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. in. 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 N to Irvine & Beattyville. & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting THE SMALL DAIRIES Sanitary milk supplies may bo furnished by the small dairies as well an by the larger ones by keeping the milk "clean, cool and covered," according to Professor It. It. Graves, head of the Oregon Agricultural college dairy department. Cleaner milk rather than richer milk Is the demand of the public. And It Is a demand that must be met by the dairyman with a small farm dairy If the market for his product Is to continue. The treatment necessary In observing the three part rule Is neither troublesome nor expensive, notwithstanding the fact that trouble and expense are urged as reabons against the production of sanitary milk. The quality of the milk may be easily improved without materially Increasing the cost of production. Bacteria, dirt and foul odors are the usual causes of insanitary milk. The largest number of bacteria found in milk fall into It during the milking. They come from the dust in the air and from particles of dirt, hair and manure. This number can bo do- CARDS, Listen, Listen, ilimoiiiminciiimiinti i with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits of a remedy, Bids you pause and believe. The same endorsement By some stranger far away Commands no belief at all. Here's a Lancaster case, A Lancaster citizen testifies. Read and be convinced. Mrs, C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, Ky., says;"My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kidneys, At times I was nervous. Dean's Kidney made me feel much better and stronger in every way." If your back aches if your kidneys bother you, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Brummett had the remedy backed by home Foster-Milbur- n testimony. 50c all stores. Co.. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. s set Stomach In Order. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. COY - Suppose you come and see Mrs Mvrtle Speaks spent Sunday with her mother. the many beautiful samples Mr. T. Whitaker is suffering very Office at Rainey s Livery Statip. we have and get our prices. much with a strained limb. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Mr. Lige McMillan and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ray. ! Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston spent Sunday with her brother, Mr Luther Raney. Mesdames Luther Raney and Mag I Lane visited Mrs. Linuie Dancan and The rusged Grown Swiss cattle 1 ! mother last week. J. Y. Morrow, fmrutluatt: vriuian until recently uere subjected to Mi--Lidy May and Nell Ray spent severe criticism from dairy cattle in T.rmisvillp breeders in this country by reason last Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. Mrs, Adelia Woods, of Stanford, i of their departure from established Lige McMillan. came Wednesday tc visit her sister, j Mrs. W. E. Perkins went to Marets-bur- g dairy type. They first came here k IF YOU WILL PERMIT this week to see her uncle who VjfiR In ruBKed. not to say rough, form, V The stork visited Mr and Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Henry Wallace. and with hides that usually lackus to demonstrate to you the need ert Vault an the 9th and left them a Misses Alma and Mary Lear are has been sick. ed much of mellowness. But when Rev. Gabbard preached excellent one of the breed made above three of Insurance, we are satisfied that fine girl, chiistened Mabel. and spending the week with friends in Cf GGURB0N POULTRY CUSE "S" pounds of butter a day In a public sermons Sunday morning and evening Frankfort and Louisville. ooma chicfi throat curei you will no longer be without it. test dairymen began to change their rsi:?, A few Crops in tte attitude, and today tho Brown Swiss !r nkinf; wate" cure Mrs. fannie Ternll Walker spent at the Christisn church. anil Catarrh Victims. cow is highly regarded as a milk Leavel-Heade- d Mrs. Elizabeth Barlar has moved into Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. SjWJN and butter producer. The cow One 2niitherctic':disea-.Vic bottle maVes A kjfph-- J z pailnss of Use Hyornei You Breathe It. Opposite Post Olficp shown produced in one year 10.X3 Robert Walker enroute to Connersville the home of Mrs. Jennie Dunn and is "' men realize the importance of In TOSkSI, l''r"e At all Jrjgciot. pounds of milk nnd 455 pounds of much improved in health. Ind. iraple k V'TiSS? ast'",- and lxwiilet on "B point remedy the right-to-th- e butter fat It's Bath In Connection. surance; but we wish to talk to sent niEiZ 'M'tSC Mr. and Mrs. James Guest "are visit-theA number of young people stormed not only for catarrh, but for head colds ijjggjlji Bourbcn Remedy Cc. Inla-- Tj those who are not fully aware of the sniffles, bronchitis, laryngitis or croup Miss Jessie Parks Saturday evening, daughter Mrs. Gill Boyle in Louis by keeping cleancow advantages of Insurance, and re- of children. You breathe in no stomach i Miss Parks proved herself a charming ville, who shoitly will move to Chicago creased by wiping theudder well Hanks ed aud the and to live. hostess and a most enjoyable evening spectfully solicit an opportunity tc dosing. with a inuUt cloth Just previous to The beautiful spring like weather of milking. No dry feed should be given You will like Hvomei. It not only i was spent. to give them information. gives instant and lasting relief, but is Mr. Jack Kirby died Saturdayshortly the last few days is welcomed by the tho dairy cow until after milking, and entirely harmless, pleasant to use, and after twelve o'clock, the result of in- farmers, and plowing is steadily going If the Uoors are quite dry they should THOMAS, economical. Money refunded by R. E. juries received about throe weeks ago on. Many of our farmers are preparing be sprinkled down lightly. Neither The National Weekly FRISBIE should roots or strong vegetables be McRoberts if you are not benefited. from a falling tree. He leaves a wife to raise large crops of tobacco. fed before milking. LANCASTER, KY. Physician arid The-plaHyornei is a combination of antiseptic and four small children. gotten up by Mrs. David The personal habits of the milkers oils that mixes with the air and quickly MisOffii-must be closely looked after. Absolute Mr. Charles Todd and two .children .Newland, for the benefit of the Citizens National Bank. Until this year LANCASTKR. KY. reaches the irritated and inflamed mem-bran- narrowly escaped serious injury on the sionary fund of the Christian church, cleanliness of clothes and person 1 Collier's has been Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 of the nose. It's sure and safe Lowell hill on Friday. The horse 'be- was a success considering she had only indispensable to the milker of sanitary sold at $5.50. Now the price is S2.50 healing brings immediately yon feel came frightened and ran away throw- a few days for preparation. The pro- milk. If tho clean white suits used In commercial dairies arc not available and wehave secured better at once, Official Directory Of Garrari' County. ing Mr. Todd out and breaking his leg. gram was good. Oihce Hourt ttlirf aconcession wheretheir place may bo well supplied by a watery eyes, husky The children were uninjured. If suffering from by we can offer it is very proud of its long, light, loose fitting coat, which is Crab' Orchard r in to 12. 1 p in. to 4 Horn-its- ! Ht: Mt'ii- voice, discharge from the nose, or that Circuit Judge Hon. Cmmes A. Hardin. at a still further town marshal), Mr, Ramsey who is cer "worn during milking and at no other Commonnenitlis Atturue llou. Emmet Pur- - choked-u- p feeling, try Hyymei now reduction in containly doing his duty in a most fearless time. The practice some milkers fol13. nection with this j ear. WEATH OF HAIR All druggists sell it; Ask for low of moistening the udders with and satisfactory manner. He does not Circuit Cierk William II. Masou. publication.. milk Is too filthy to be tolerated In any 1.00 size. the complete outfit. IU3F-TIST- . Matter Commissioner VV. II. Brown. Parisian Sage Makes Thin lifeless Hair excuse race, color nor standing in the dairy. If the teats and udders have ' Trustee Jury Fniid Beiij. F. Kobiuou. WiOI-- i lawbreaker. So you had better be been wiped as suggested they will not Special Offer to Our Readers Shelby Official Court Stenographer Miss-SuSoft And Abundant. Recocnfcing the (treat demand for ColGer' at careful how you conduct yourself in need further moisture. Mason. HACKLEY. the new price, we have made arrancements to As warm milk rapidly absorbs al! County Judge C. A. Arnold. Beautiful hair, fluffy, lustrous, abun- our little city, which is for peace, har. otter it and our own publication each one year ' County Attorney !. C. Walker. odors present. It should be remoyed for the price of Cotffrr'salone. This is a limited Mr. Joe Wheeler called to see his dant aud free from dandruff is one of mony and prosperity. County Clerk J. V. Hamilton. from the milkiag stable immediately off er and mutt be taken ad vantage of promptly, woman's greatest charms it's her best girl in Lancaster Sunday. Deputy clerk Harry Toruliiuon. after being drawn. It may be cooled What Yon Get m Collier's Best Treatment For Constipation. Coroner J, A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Green Parsons were the main delight yet so many of the fair by pouring it iato cans that are sitting Sheriff C. A. Uoblusou. sex have streaked, thin and lifeless is the one "My daughter used Chamberlaia s In tubs or tanks partly filled with CoOier's of the Thole bis, independent, fearless guest of Mrs. Jim Bess Sunday. country. Not only is it the Deputy fcLcrill tieorge T. Ballard weekly hair and think there is no remedy. Tablets for constipation with good water as cold as can be had. If cood citizen's handbook but it is also a Superintend ii lit of Schools Miss Jenuie Hig Mrs. Will Casey and little children magazine for the whole family. Amone the Kentucky Beautiful hair is largely a matter of It should bo reduced to 50 degrees things Ptiiiit Lick. gins. and I can recommend them highly ' that a year's subscription gives arei was to see her mother last week attention. Parisian Sage frequently writes Paul B. Babin, Brushlv, ha. or lower. In wlilch case bacterial activAssessor Date Sander. ity almost ceases. The cooling process tOOO Editorial. Mr. Less Long and family motored applied and well rubbed into the scalp K II. Hay. Deputy Aseea-o- r For sale by all dealers. Jm. Is hastened 'by occasionally stirring 600 News Photo Jailer lae Kok over to air. Doyle uifneius aunuay works wonders. Try it today, and you 250 Short Articles Office Hour, I'h've'jud UiHizws. fcuitervifeor of 2tD..i! 150 Short Stories both the water and the milk with a afternoon. will be surprised with the result not 100 Illustrated Features Treasurer J. V . completed clean rod. and It should be HAMM A.CK 2 Complete Novels Mr. John Prewitt and family spent only will the hair become abundant, at least before the end of an hour. $2-5M. K. Denny anil W. A. Wheeler Saturday and Sunday wih friends in soft, fluffy, radiant with life, butreally Another source of bacteria in ir.ilk Is Collier's Mrs- - Author Ball visited her son .at White 1st. lli-- t. donbly beautiful. Lancaster. Improperly cleaned milk vessels. All Central Record . $1.00 i Logan IeoiiiMid.Dict. Lancaster. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. pails and cans in which milk Is kept Jobjj S. 11dm 3rd. t. Parisian Sage supplies hair and scalp Misses Maggie and Lena Schooler Mr. Otis Adaras visited Mr. Author should be washed In warm wate.-- with James Coldlron 4th. Mm. Office: Stonnes Bulldliisovei Hurt A n1er were plesant visitors in Richmond Sat- needs. It surely removes dandruff.with Ball last week. n bit of soda or other detergent and son's Furniture Store COUNTY l: J.VKII OF KliL'CADitN. one application stops itching head and urday and Sunday. Beware of Ointments for LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Mr. Sam Hurt called on his best girl then Immersed for five minutes in t. IliM. Thoiups Amu! J. Jr. boiling water. Special attention should Catarrh that Contain Mercury Mr. Brutus Warren and wife. Mrs. cleanses the hair of all dirt and exces- Sunday evening. H. I). McMurtij 2nd. ulst. sive oil. bo given to corners, where ficoayed as mercurv vill surely destroy the sense Sam Schooler and daughter were O. J. Heudreii. i'd. Dim. Mr. Dennis Creech visited at Woods milk containing souring and jiutrefy- - of biuell anl completely derange the All drug .and toilet counters sell Thomas f. Klu. 4t'i. IiiM. visitors of Mrs. Roy Schooler recently. ' whole system when entering It throush ' Parisian Sage in fifty cent bottlea. Tudors last week. lng bacteria ds found. surfaces. Such articles should the mucous us-CITY OF LA.VCAp.TK1:. All of our farmers are certainly glad Look except on bo nter reputablel physician?. asprescriptions for the trade mark "The Girl Mr. George Kincaid visited Mrs. the. damage fiom to know that the Old Ground Hog has with the Auburn Hair"- Try at least Mayor L. fi. Dav:dou. I they will do H Gastineau Saturday. fa fold to the jwhI you City Judge J. Pi'rather. possibly derive from them. Hall'.' woke up so thy can get to work again. one bottle from McRoberts Drugstore. .in Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Mr. Crocher is very sick at the home City Attorney J. K. Kohiusou. UKYANTSVII.I.rc Mr. Burnam West of Lancaster was He will refund ihe monc if you are Chtney & Co.. Toledo, O., contains no City Ork K. 0. Hurt. of his daughter, Mrs. Huff. mercury, and Is taken internally, acting with Mr. Howard Warren of Hackley not satisfied. City Assessor John M. Mount. directly urin the hlootl and mucous surMrs. Lytha Hammack is on the sick faces of the system. In buyin-- r Hall's V. F. Champ. Wednesday night and had fine sport City Treasurer Mr. Henry "Hutchinson anft family Catarrh Cure be sure you - set the Kenu-in- e. list but is better at this writing. Chief Police - E. Ilerrou. Fox hunting. It is taken Internally- and made in UAKKSlilUU. CO UNCI LM EN Toledo. Ohio, by K. J. Cheney & Co. TesOffice Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 Mrs. Luther Gibbs has been visiting are with his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Slones and little timonials free. Mrs. J. C. William3 has been quite H.C. Hamilton son Parker tiregory. hv Druejrlsts. Price Tic per bottle. her mother, Mrs. E. H. Walker. Ben, Mr. and Mrs. Ottus Melear, Mr. Ro&t Jr.ox spent Sunday, with Mr Sam Cottou. Take Hairo Family I'llls for eonatlpajtion. W. M. Zauoue. sick for several days. LANCASTKR KY. Mr, and Mrs. Woods Tudor visited W. O. Goodloe. and little daughter was with Mrs. Monte Fox of Danville. Dr. J. A. Anion. Mr. and Mrs. "M. O. Kennedy spent Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dillon, Sunday. Milton Ross recently. Miss Long from Antioch spent tiie Sunday with frit-ndat Danville. Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor visited at Misses Bertha .Barnes, Dennie Hun- week end with Misses Stella and NJ Mr. C. C. Becker wag in Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Author Balls Sunday. Layton, Earnie Clark. ter, Messrs Stevie rand Cincinnati this week on business. Meelar and also Mr. Willie Este3 called Mr. Jim Beazey from Kirksville vis- Mr. Ben Harrlies and familv snenf- to seeMisses Fan andiLucy Ross Sun Mr. Billy King, of Lancaster has Sunday with her mother Mrs. Margar-'- i ited his other Wr- - Sally Beazley. The undersigned hereby tpve warn- day afternoon. Mr. Quincy Tankersley has returned "been visiting his brother, Mr. Ben et Sutton. King. ing to all persons not to trespass upon A Spelling Mtteh wili be given at ome to his parents from Frankfort. our lands for any purpose whatever as THIS STOMACH REMEDY Miss Mary Ellen iarlee came home Mr. Tom Hurt and wife are visiting Rice Academy on the afternoon of we will prosecute all offenders to ful March 27th. Mr. Edwards has kindly hsr parents Mr. and Airs R. F. Parsons Saturday after spending several xweks est extent of the law. Huntevs and. HELPS YOUR FPJEND3. consented to conduct thespellingtnatch Miss Bettie Miller of Berea College in Louisville. Fishermen especially take notice, Miss Callie Hutchinson wiil return to - assisted by Misses Pattie Belle Surke visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Almost every day some grateful perP.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elan:. M.C- and Mrs. John Merrytnan visited 'her home in Richmond after a delight- - j ....... V w. - .V... W Sweeney son mitipg intn mir stnrn nnrf tolU no nf and Elizabeth Bryant With these 3 & N B Pi ice .U J. Ed good teachers at the helm an enjoyable their.daughter Sirs Claud V. G. Anderson benefits received from the useof Rexall .Archer last ful vibit to relatives hete. John M. Farra is Misses Susan Sutton week. H. & W. S. Wfe-S- . er. B. L. Kelley. Dyspepsia Tablets. Knowing how much time expected. will Mis. Eliza Ison has been the guest of J. Mary Chesnut preside at the ' Mr. Joe Boaiu Lias moved his saw B. M. Lear. good theyjliave ione others and know- and C. Henderson, candy table which will be a feature f mill frooi here to .Mr. McKnights at her iister. Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, at V. S. Embry ing what they are made of, w;e feel A, J. Caddell, days. Lancaster for several the afternoon. Admission 10 cts, for Manse. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and H. C. Arnold sure they will help you. So great is our children 12 years old and Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Adams, of Lexunder 5 cents. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Hotel Henry Wafterson Jas. G. Conn. faithlin them that we urge you io try A nice box of candy will be given to Mrs. Jiek Rober.t and brother Mr, ington ware recent guests of the famGarden. Anderson .Hall visited their parents ily of Mr. Henry Tomlinson. W. B. Ray. them entirely at our risk, with our per- the S. L. Rich. best speller. Young and old are in- last week. LOUISVILLE, KY. sonal promise that if chey dont do all We will add other namet'for 25 cent Write for free Catalogue. No Agt?. you expect them to do and make your vited to attend, proceeds will go to Mesdames R. K. Swope and C C. The South' mtf popular priced, modem cask. Mr. Lewis Tankersley is visiting his Ladies Working Society. hotel. etomach comfortable and healthy and Absolutelyparents here. He is the barber rom Becker were the guests of their sister, a'tuated in the v your digestion easy, we'll hand back very heart of the retail .hopping district and Mrs. Moss, in Jessamine Monday. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Bryantsville. near all the theatres. lounly Court Days. To The Housewife. your money. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Burdett were in Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate Mr. and Mrs. Charles" Ramsey visited Lexington, Kentuckv. We"couldn't endorse anything any prices. Madam, if your husband is like most her parents Mr. and Mrs, Henry Tan- Boyle last week to see Mrs. Burdette's Richmond, 1st Monday. Breakfast from 25c up; noon day more strongly than we do Rexall Dys- men he expects you to look Nurserymen since 1841. Paris, 1st. Monday. father, Mr. Collier who remains ill. Lunch 50c.: table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p. after the pepsia Tablets. Containing Pepsin and health of yourself and children. Coughs kersley, Sunday. m. $1.00. Also elaborate a la carte service Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Mr. W. C. Rose came over from Lex in Mrs. Dock Hendren has been visiting Bismuth, two of the greatest digestive and colds are the most common of open from 4 p. m. to I a. m. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. the ington Saturday and spent the week Orchestral and vocal music aids known to medical science, they minor ailments and are most likely to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Lexington, "2nd. Monday. end with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. at Manse. soothe the stomach, check heartburn lead to serious diseases. ROOM PRICES Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. A child is and distress, promote a natural flow ot much more likely to contractdiphtheria After the severe weather, we now Miss Mayme Lee Ballard will go to Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. With running water and weather. The farmers are the gastric juice, and help regulate the or scarlet fever when is has a cold. W IK Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. private toilet $1 per day If have nice move on fixing to burn tobac- Lexington next week for a visit to bowels. Remember, if they dont make you will inquire into the Anna Lee and Marguerite Misses Danville, 3rd. Monday. With private bath $1.50 merits of the getting a your digestion so easy and comfortable various remedies that are recommended co beds. up to $3.00 par day Woolfolk. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. that you can eat whatever you like for coughs and colds, you will find that Mr. Claude Archer has moved to his Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Large sample nomi Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk, Misses We tell vou how. and oav best market wheneverjyou like, we want you to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stands new house he recently built. with private bath $2.50 Claude Arfna Lee and Marguerite Woolfolk, Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. We are dealers: eMabliOin come back and tell us and get your high in the estimation of people who was a good neighbor and we regret to $3.50 per day. icISX; andean do BSTTERfor yon 3rd. Monday. Somerset, Messrs Bryan Ballard and Will Flowers, t!i?n agents or commission mermoney. Sold only at the more than use it. It is prompt and effectual, giving him up. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. You are cordially invited to nuke this chants. References any bank in Louof Lexingtpn, motored over Sunday noteryour headquarters while in Louisville 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in this town pleasont and safe to take, which are isville. Write for weekly price list. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Misses Sarah Reid and Fay Tudor, and were the guests of Mrs. E. H, even if only for a day. Have your mai'l T.I. SABL & SONS only at our store. Three sizes, 25 c, 50c qualities' especially to be desired when who are in Florida with and packages addressed here. You will Winchester, 4th. Monday. S! lOSISIIUZ. IT. their uncle, Ballard and family. Mrs. Woolfolk and 4 33 E. always be a welcome guest. Drug Store, a medicine is intended fpr children. Col. John Carpenter, and $1 Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. Monticello. 4th. Monday. write that they daughters have just returned from a - ROBERT B. JONES, ManaSer. Lancaster. Versailles, 4th. Monday. For sale by all dealers, are having a nice time eating oranges. most delightful two months stay in Fla. -- msSycep THErrlQEiEJy es If you are a stomach sufferer do not despair immediate, safe and sure rea Stomach Tablief is at hand. lets, sold in fifty cent boxes at all drug stores, are a specific for stomachs. is not only a quick digestive, but a stimulant and strengthener of the stomach walls. It increases the flow of digestive fluids, soothes the irritated membrane, and puts the stomach in shape to do the work nature intended. I suffering with indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, or any of the various forms of stomach misery, usually indicated by nervousness, distress after eating, headache, dizziness or sour Minn. stomach, do not wail, do not suffer today. R. E. needlessly take CRAB ORCHARD. McRoberts Drug Store sells it on monMr. Willis is out again after a serious ey back if not satisfied plan. illness. Mrs. Laura Blanton of Richmond is a 1MJ.NT I.HJK. guest at the Springs. Miss Anna Hutchinson has been sick Mrs. John Winn went to Frankfort several days but is bett.T. Wednesday. Mr. James Hays Jr. will rent rooms Mrs. Guy Rice was a visitor in Richof Mrs. Walker and moves in a few mond Monday. Mr. Warren Slavin was a visitor in days. Mr. Thomas Manuel Jr. and wife of our city Tuesday. Mrs. A. B. Estndge spent Monday Gravel Switch are with hi3 fathers family here. and Tuesday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tatem have Mr. John White spent Tuesday with from a pleasant stay with relaher daughter, Mrs. Rice Woods. tives in Tenn. Mr. Ebb Cooley returned to FrankMiss Clara Collier has returned from fort, Monday, after a two weeks visit la delightful visit to her brothers family home. Mi-o-ner , Mi-o-Mi-o-! I Weakening of the blood tissues by continued attacks of Rheumatism affects the heart aud produces complicaRHEUMA tions which result fatally. puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and eradicates Rheumatic conditions from the whole system. Recommended for all forms of Rheumatism. 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts. Thi3 letter will convince you of its great value: "I was so crippled with Sciatic Rheumatism I could not walk. Doctors could do nothing for me. After takiug three bottles of RHEUMA, the Rheumatism had entirely left me." Guy Torley, 129 Summit Ave.' St Paul, Listen. W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. Go where your trade is appreciat ed. A New Broom Sweeps Clean but the Old One Gels the Dirt. You are invited to the old Reliable Shop. HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or R. M. BOURN F Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Rifiht 3o4-A. Phont It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ri'HK Central Record. ( smm: &.(rv 5Sme e THE NEW ' l Barber Shop i j ir '"'" a, a i Collier's CgMs J, E. SealeJProD W. M. ELLIOTT, First Time , in Clubs Surgeon i'l' ' IT. Wal'ii e Dentist. iios-slb- ..In-oi- jSpramJ ; J.. W-- aSVa $2.50 I J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director. and Embalmei ' I- j ! K-- ld i j s POSTE i ' Sirawijerff Plants i Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Fruitand Shade Trees fire-pro- -- Restaurant-Rathskell- er a iiftFlfltS iMOMEYlfg;. 1 J-- V 'T . T y 1 Pa8 I "t :f X v vv V" Trie Central Record, Thursaay Mch lg, 111&. a icr .lit DSS1UW0LDS BVHIES j BrjH We often hear the remark Do you think for a minute m that "Arnold sells a lot of Buggies because he adver- tises" and we usually have to smile when we hear this because advertising gets credit for so much. this business of ours would be 10 years old, prosperous, well and favorably known all over this country if we did not have the right kind of construction at the right prices. I Don't say no when you are not sure. But say I won't buy a Buggy until have seen Arnold's NEW PATENT Double Reach Reenforced Gear and many other improvements on the 1914 buggy. One thing we want to get into your system; Money spent for Arnold's Buggies is well spent. We solicit your business and extend an invitation to visit our factory. R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. 0fOOOCO00 FARMER'S COLUMN CC80000OQO M0 1 ripacc below this beading la lor the exclu-tv- e uae of oor farmer aabscribera. and fa for the aale of stock, grain aud alien things on farm aa the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, slid uill be only In Mto Untie of the KrORD, fret: of charge Fire INSURANCE. General News. A branch of the Salvation Army has been opened in Danville with Envoy McDonald in charge. Father Dorney, known as the "King of the Yards", a much loved catholic priest in Chicago, is dead of pnralvsis. In Russian provinces bordering on the Sea of Azov over one thousand persons were drowned by a tidal wave. Senator W. O. Bradley saw his 67th birthday on the 18th inst. He passed the day quietly attending to his duties in Washington. College Hall of Wellesley College, the famous institution forgirls at Wellesley Mass. was burned Tuesday. No one was injured. The Southern Newspaper Publishers Association in session in Atlanta passed a resolution commending the administration of President Wilson. olds have been Forty six three-yea- r already nominated for the 1914 Kentucky Derby, breaking the record for nominations to this historic event. For Sale:-1- 5 lambs. For Sale:-100- head of sheep and J. A. Conn, Loccst posts. 12 Jr. 0 J. W. Sanders, Judson, Ky. Mr. J. W. Walker has a good new Studebaker wagon he will sell at a bargain. See him at once. For calves. Fresh. Sa!e;-Tw- o good milk cows with Morse Wheeler, Teatersville Ky. Wanted: To hire to some good farmer Write Andy to work during the year. Burton or Mike Temple. Camp Nelson, Ky. We are still pre pared to protect the people of Garrard, Lincoln & Boyle County INSURE for sale On my farm near Hubble, some choice timothy hay, either baled G. A. Swinebroad. or loose. Mr. J. M. Cress, of Preachersville, has four good milk cows for sale, two of them fresh and two will be fresh in April. tor 45 lbs 300 lbs. Will farrow in May. shoats averaging sale:-2- 5 and 1 brood sow, weight about about Marconi, the inventor of wireless telegraphy, is reported to have talked successfully a distance of 45 miles by his new invention, the wireless telephone. A county electric lighting and power franchise was sold in Christian county, the first one in the state, it covered the entire county with the exception of incorporated towns and villages. William C. Ellis, Cincinnati leather merchant, was convicted of the murder of his wife in Chicago and given fifteen years in the penitentiary. He will accept his sentence without appeal. Rep. Richard Pearson Hobson, he of kissing fame, who is opposing Hon. Oscar Underwood for United States Senator from Alabama, has announced his intention of touring the state on a motorcycle. Taf t has declined a call college at Wilmington, giving as his reasons that he is unfitted for the past, and that he is satisfied with the work which he is now performing. The United States Express Company will go into voluntary liquidation. This action was caused by the recent restrictions of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and by the keen competition of the Parcels Post. The Frost Local Option passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor provides that an election may be held upon petition of 25 per cent of the voters of the county, instead of 25 per cent of the precinct as heretofore. Gaston Caimette, editor of the Figaro, one of the best known publications in the world was shot add killed by a woman in Paris France, Madame Caillaux wife of the Minister Of France, Fretjch politics was at the bottom-, of the Bhooting. Atlanta ministers are advocating from the pulpit a new trial for Leo Frank under death sentence for the alleged killing of Alma Phagan a sixteen year old girl. New evidence showing his innocence is alleged -- to have been unearthed. to the presidency of Delaware -- Clarence Green. Paint Lick, R R 2. Walton Moss has some of his premium It is the Boone seed corn for sale. County White variety and there is none j better. He also has several hundred i pounds of honey for sale. A little girl was playing at the table with her cup of water. Her father took the cup from her and In so doing YOUR Wet Clear Through. accidentally spilled some of the water on her. "There," she cried, as she left the table Indignantly, "you wet me clear to my feelings!'' Worship of tho 8erpent. The Apaches profess to be descended from a snake, and venerate It accordingly, and the most extraordinary prehistoric earthwork on the continent testifies to the power of the serpent on the Imagination of primitive man. The tribes of central Australia, the most primitive people In contact with modern civilization, have In a mythical serpent of gigantic sire and magical attributes their nearest approach to a deity. 8erpent In Old Legends. The serpent was among the gods of the Land of Egypt, where Moses led his people, and they found It among the gods of the land they were to eubduir Ca'dmus, the' Phoenician who Invented letters, became a serpent lovers of Waener will not fall to re call that Alberich transformed himself Into a "wurm" to guard the stolen Rheisgold. But the trail of the aer-pemay also be traced through the legends "of Greece, or for that matter through those of the earlier American peoples. LIVE Most of the I. W. W. army which A Better One. has been camped in California has been At the monthly meeting of a certain dispersed. It was reported to the War ; homing society, one of the members I Department by the Adjutant General related an Interesting experience. He of California that this army contem- had recently sold a couple of "squeakplated seizing the government arsenal ers" very young pigeons to a man at Rock Island Ills., arm themselves, whose cote was 200 miles away. He marching to Washington and seizing sent them off by train and was astounded to find them back in the old the reins of government. cote two days later. There was a painful silence, broken at length by the president's "Wonderful!" Far Outstrips Mother Country. "You doubt my word?" demanded Canada is nearly thirty times as large as Great Britain and Ireland, the the narrator of the story. "Not a bit of it." was tbe reply "It's total area of the Dominion being only 237,000 square miles less than the a strange coincidence, that's all. I sold tbe very same man a setting of whole continent of Europe. eggs In tbe middle of June. Before-thend of tbe mouth those birds bad hatched out and bad down back to mel Homing Instinct's a wonderful His Infamy. Proud 'v thing!" Youth's Companion. When the Volturno burned in a few of the men rushed the boats and were knocked down by the Th Order of the Seraphim. captain. What becomes of such men The Order of the Seraphim Is tho In after days? Do they hide In shame oldest and most famous or tbe decora from their fellows, fearful that they tions in the gift of the king of Sweden. may be recognized and their infamy Originally It was instituted by Magnus proclaimed? Not necessarily. A pub IV.. some COO years ago, to commemo-- 1 lie librarian was once visited by a man rate the siege of Dpsala. tbe ancient who came to him for a book on notable vaiu&ai ui lu oweuisu kius. ;iuu ius shipwrecks. He searched the pages ea- statutes bound tbe recipients of tbe gerly, then pointed out a passage re- order to fight to the death for the mainferring to a seaman who tried to take tenance of their religion and to constia woman's place In a lifeboat and bad tute themselves the special protectors been shot by the captain. "I'm that of the widow and tbe fatherless. man." he declared, proud that his ex- When It was revived about the middle ploit should appear In print, and offer- of tbe eighteenth century by King ed to show the shot wound to support Frederick the obligations laid upon tbe his claim. Chicago New members were somewhat less onerous. The decoration consists of an eight pointed star in white enamel with cherFrom Many, One. "This is our most valuable fowl." ubs' heads of gold and is worti on a said the amateur hen farmer. broad band of pale blue ribbon. "A fine bird," remarked the visitor, trying to look wise. Banana Meal. "Yes, Indeed. We have named her It has been proved in India and the E Pluribus Unum." Malay peninsula that the produce "Why the name?" the visitor ques- from one acre of bananas or plantains, tioned. as the fruit is termed In that region, "She came from the only egg that will support a much greater number of hatched of fifty In the incubator." people than a similar area under any New York Times. other crop, and the immense yield may be preserved for an indefinite period Worse and More of It. by drying the fruit and preparing meal "How fat Eileen is getting." said the from it. Plantain meal is made by young man., "I think it's a shame for stripping off the husk, slicing the core! a girl to take on flesh that way." drying it in the suu and then reducing, "You shouldn't say that to me." pro- It to powder, and finally sifting. It is tested theVVouug womun archly. "I calculated tbat the fresh core will give am a little piutnp, myself, you know." 40 per cent of meal aud that an acre "I know, I know," be hastened to of average quality will yield over a apologize. "But it's nil right with you. ton. I mean it's a shame when a girl's young." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Extinct. 1'encher Now. J times, do you understand the meaning or the word "exOff Guard. "How jild.It happen that your friends tinct?" James Yes'ni. Teacher Then got the btat of you?" queried the in- name one bird that is now extinct. James Chipper. Teacher Chipper? quisitive petSfon. "They 'got busy while was watch- What kind or bird is that? James ing my enemies." explained the man My pet pigeon. The cat caught him wbo bad got the short end or It. Chi- this morning. Judge. mid-ocea- n 1 FLORIDA This is the Season wntu Balmy Breezes and Bright Sunshine make Golf, Tennb, Bathing, Riding, Driving, and ail other Outdoor Sports especially enjoyable SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South. 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