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Yesterday, April 1st, was All fool's Worthy Colored Man Dead. NUMBER 52 &&Z&$XS&& f B 1 I 9 ft Tit (iP HI Or Pleas Kennedy who for many years Hens beginning to lay, eggs going has worked for Hudson & Hughes at The Masonic fraternity of Lancaster their place in this city, died Saturday is noted among the craft throughout down in price. of heart disease and his remains were Prospective builders are busy with interred in the Lancaster Colored Cem- the state for their hospitality, and they fairly outdid themselves on last Thursplans and specifications. etery on Sunday. . Pleas was a re- day upon the occasion of the visit of Baptist Ladies Aid will have a flower liable and trustworthy colored citizen the Grand Officers of the Royal Arch sale, Saturday April 11th. headed by Hon. William Carson Black P. W. Weils III With Typhoid Fever. of Barbourville. Remember the Circle Girl's candy Sir. P. V. Wells returned from Upon the arrival of the grand offsale" to be held in the Printing Office Birmingham Ala on last Sunday, and icers, which was notuntilabout5oclock, windows Saturday. is at the home of his sister, Mrs. Rob- work was at once commenced and conFly swatting season is approaching, ert Ga3tineau near Hyattsville suffer- tinued until 6:30 when the craft was swat early while the swatting is easy ing from an attack of Jtyphoid fever. called "from labor to refreshments", Mr. Wells has for the past several and were invited to repair to the handand save harder work later on. years been connected with Mr. O. T. some club room immediately under elk or AW' ' ' wE-- a S ZK If your stock is accustomed to run at Wallace formerly of this place, in the neath the lodge rconi, which for the i you had better look ufter them, real estate business in the south. His occasion had been converted into a large, the stray pen law is to be enforced. many friends hope that the attack may the tableswere fairly groan be in a mild form and that he may ing under the choicest viands obtainMany plans are being spoken of for able in Garrard county, and included improving the appearance of the park, quickly recover. old ham, turkey and the various salads it is sincerely to be hoped some of them Small Favor Gratefully Received. which are to be constructed from these, will materialize. There is considerable talk of exten- together with all the "trimmins" and Surely there is no way around mak- sive improvements in "the park" this hot coffee in seemingly inexhaustable are made of Steel. ing that sweet pea bed for your wife spring, and we hope that they may be- quantities. The viands were prepared this time, and vou may be called upon come a realty. We doubt if there is and served by Mrs. W. 0. Rigney and any funds available to the city with Mrs. T. Wood Burnside. and those ac to add a small space for nasturtiums. which to do this work, but it seems quainted with these good ladies know are strongly built. Prospects are for a gcod fruit year, that suffcient could be raised by prithat those who partake of their cuisine still we can never tell, frost, drought, vate subscription to make the place a can truthfully say that they never sat and the many enemies which threaten little more presentable In the event to better prepared or better served the fruit crop mav destroy all of the however that nothing is attemped upon food than is to be had are easiest to handle. at a table over brilliant prospects. a large scale, we would suggest that which they preside. An added attrac the fence be straightened up, the tion, and one much appreciated, was a m We Commend Him To You. m benches repaired and placed in the splendid musical programme rendered are bought in Gar Loads. Mr. R. P. Ison, of Lancaster, has park, where they belong and the "city on the Victrola, the property of Mr. purchased the Smith property and will pump" appearance which the place has Richard V. Anderson, which was kindly move his family here in about thirty worn for the past few years be some tendered for the occasion, he kindly are sold and Warranted. days. Mr. Ison will build a store room what improved. The trees have been selecting the music, consisting of class on part of the lot and conduct an up-t- o trimmed, grass sown on the bare spots ical music and selections from the leadWe and covered with brush, and now ing Grand Operas. date General Merchandise store. welcome him to our town and wish him stringent measures should be adopted The toasts, because of the pressure success in his new enterprise. Wilmore toward the dogs, and also the loafers for time, were few and short. Mr. Enterprise. who roll around on the grass to its ut W. 0. Rigney acted as toastmaster, Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ter extermination, tear up the benches and explained the necessity of curtailRecaptured After Forfeiting Bond. As to quality there is none better and and make themselves a howling nuis- ing this usually interesting part of a James Ray, colored, charged with ance to the entire community. HfrSrojSLOrJUrHll'l :gflgMfrgJMlfl'1 Masonic banquet because of the fact we can suit you in price. stealing two mules of J. I. Hamilton that the amount of work necessary to and who had his examiding trial in The Millinery Openings. be accomplished during the night reWe also handle Grain and Tobacco FerJanuary, being held under a $600. bond Last Saturday was the annual Milli- quired that the craft should be "called bond and was recaptured forfeited this nery Opening day for Lancaster milli- to labor" as soon as possible, and after tilizer. Try some on your Tobacco beds this this week in St. Louis. He will be perhaps no event doing ample justice to the elegant and brought back immediately, where he ners, and there is Spring and get better and stronger plants. which attracts more pretty women to substantial repast, the lodge and their has already been indicted and placed in the streets than thi3 occasion. Last guests repaired again to their lodge jail to awail tnal at next term of court Saturday, due doubtless to the pretty It looks now as if this colored gentle- weather, surpassed any previous event, room where work was resumed and continued until after midnight. man will get a term in the pen. and the streets were fairly thronged The three degrees, Mark Master, with ladies. Past Master and Most Excellent Master Dr. Hunt's lecture is instructive and entertaining, Come Over And Get Posted. It is an inspiration Mrs. Kinnaird, Miss Rella Arnold were conferred by the visiting team to young persons and a tonic to older ones. The opportunity to hear The Queen & Crescent system has and Mr. R. S. Brown were compelled after which they put on the Royal Arch him should not be missed. established the telephone system of to add materially to their regular force degree, tnus completing me work in operating trains, and Owen Mclntyre in order to accommodate the throngs this branch of masonry in one night, a takes occasien to say that "this is the which visited their various places, and big undertaking, but one which after first road in the state to operate trains we are informed that the sales for one sees these offices under Grand by telephone". Now we will admit opening day far surpassed any previous High Priest Black go through with, that the Q & C is a crackerjack good opening days. If the exstatic rhapso- they can readily understand why he road, but bless your soul Mac this little dies of the fair sex may be taken as heads this particular branch of the Admission 25cts. Children 15cts. old Kentucky division of the L & N evidence, and surely they are the judges, craft in Kentucky. Among chose who that runs through Lancaster has been the display of feminine headgear offer- took active part in conferring of the An epidemic of spring fevei is Bargains In Real Estate. operating their trains by telephone, ed for their inspection, eclipses any- degrees was Grand Secretary Dave abroad in the community. with a "telephone office at each sta- thing in the millinery line ever offered Jackson of Louisville, who is known as Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 tion" for over two years. in Lancaster, and was fully equal to "Smiling Dave" and is perhaps one of years experience in the business. The Stray Pen. the displays in adjoining towns. the best and most favorably known Look for other bargains listed in next Len Miller To Join The Builders. The stray pen underneath the water issue. Owners of farms who want to Surely with all this display of hats in Masons in the state. -- W! Len Miller whose service with the our local stores, it will not become The inspecting officer Rev. J. C. tower is now complete and "ready for sell should see U3 at once. Record numbers half as many years as necessary for any Lancaster or Garrard McKee of London was present, and occupancy", and if you do not wish No 472. 15 acres, highly improved, the age pf the paper itself, and who is county lady to go away from home to after the visitors had completed their your stock to become a visitor to the near depot, on pike 2$ miles from LanK now the efficient foreman of the office, secure her "Easter bonnet". A few work, tne local team conferred a de ho3telry, you had better keep them off caster, $3,000. will build himself a handsome new of the attractions which usually accom- gree for his benefit. Their efforts met the street. Chief Herron announces During this, the big consuming season, we carry ample No 473. 44 acres, 3J mile1? from :'N residence this spring. He has purchas- pany these openings, such as the giving with his hearty approval, and both he that he will respond promptly to all Lancaster. $3,000. stocks of ed a splendid lot adjoining the property away of flowers, music etc, was cut and the visitors were loud in their complaints about stock running at 166 acres, a miles from No 474. of postmaster W. T. West on Danville out this year, and we are informed that praise of the efficiency of the Lancas- large and will promptly impound the town, per acre, 60. Beans, "Fall" Beans, Navy California Pink street and is now busily engaged with the cost of these tnings will be given ter team. The local Chapter was pro- offenders. In addition to this he has No 475. 60 acres, good land, brick his plans, and with the coming of suit- to the customers in the way of values. nounced in splendid condition by the added several colored boys to his staff residence, 4 miles from town, per acre, Beans and Other Varieties. in able weather will begin the erection of In fact, every possible inducement is inspector who cheerfully gave them a who will receive a part of the impound- 590. a handsome six room bungalow Mr Mil beine offered to the ladies to buy their "clean bill of health". Including the ing fees for all stray stock which they Our prices are attractive, as we are buyers of car lots No 47G. 12S acres, good land, well ler is a deserving young man and one millinery at home, and with the splen- visitors, about 150 Masons attended the bring in. This sounds good to those improved, 4 miles out close to pike. Incorporated. & of Lancaster's best citizens, and our did assortment at their disposal from meeting and the work of the visiting who each year endeavor to have neat per acre, $o. and who have theirthis indication that assistance of RICHMOND, KY, & peopletoare glad of his permanent home. which to select, and thefrom the larger team as well as that of the local men lawns and flowers,naught by the inroads - No 477. 180 acres on pike 2J miles WHOLESALE GROCER'S. make this he is expert milliners direct out. per acre, S100. was deeplv appreciated by all who at efforts frought to of straying stock. markets, we do not see but what the tended No 473. 171 acres on Lexington pike Danville's Shame. most fastidious could be pleased in the per acre. 135. Among those from a distance who atFarmers Busy. No 479. 250 acres of fine land. 2 tended were Judge W. C. Black, W. Danville is still without hotel accom- local stores. At odd times farmers are getting in miles of good town, can be divided into H. Green, W. H. McDonald and R. W. modations, and according to the local Rich Sees 'Em Ail. Cole ot Barboursville, Dave Jackson, their work, in some localities oats have two farms, per acre, 80. papers, there is scant prospect of a SHE EME DEE No 480. 150 acres of first class land Vernon Richardson, who in addition Louisville, Rev. J. C. McKee and J. B. been sown, the plowing is being com The Mesrernedy in the near future. senger says travelling men are giving to being Secretary to Senator Ollie Eberlein of London, W. R. Mounce pleted, tobacco beds burned and sown on pike 3 miles from Bryantsville. per Danville a black eye to the public over James, is one of the brightest news- and J. M. Mahan of Williamsburg: and gardens planted. Wheat, rye and acre, 90. No 481. 97J acres, 1$ miles from the matter. Indeed they are, and none paper men in Washington, and who is Col. B. L. Hardin, James Reed, W. K. grass are all looking extremely well, can do so more effectually. It appears a part owner and .joint editor of the Cardwell Jr. and I. E. Bruner of Har- and live stock which has gone through town, per acre, 125. No 4S2. 170 acres, on pike, 5 miles to us that with as many wealthy people Danville Advocate, never fails to make rodsburg; Messrs Chas. N. Smith, J. the winter on "roughness" will soon be The fact from County seat, brick residence, up as their are in Danville and Boyle mention of Kentuckians who visit the M. Nichols, H. L. Nichols and Hugh luxuriating in good grass. hard for a Moore of Danville, as well as a number that winter continued to such a late to date barns, per acre, 120. county, that there surely should be Capitol. It is just about-aNo 483. 310 acres of good land, on found some who would loosen up their Kentuckian to get in and out of Wash- from other places whose names we date, leads to the belief that the prosThere was also a pects for killing frosts are vague, and pike, near Buena Vista good improve purse strings to erect a hotel in their ington without the fact being ascer failed to obtain. town. Danville is a larger and much tained and mentioned by Rich, as it is goodly number of visitors from Paint the rapidly budding fruit may blossom ments per acre 55. No 484. 243 acres, on pike. 4 miles more pretentious town than Lancaster, for anyone of any prominence from out Lick, Brvantsville and through the out without the fear of being "winter from town, per acre, 75. and yet Lancaster people built a hotel, in the state to "get by" Harry Giov- - county, who helped to swell the throng. killed." No 485. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, Farmers are taking a bright view of and one that is the pride of the town anolli in Lexington. In his notes to The occasion was a particularly Now is the time to have your old Buggy Advocate Mr. Richardson recently pleasing one to those who attended and the prospect for the year, and good unimproved, per acre, 90. and countj. Better get busy neigh- the No 486. 206 acres of good land in bors, you are standing in your own had the following mention of two prom the exemplifycation of the degrees crops and prosperous times are freely painted and made to loolTas good as new. high state of cultivation, good imlight, inent Lancaster gentlemen who have were narticularly interesting and in predicted. provements, 2 miles from town, per Bring them in before the rush. been in Washington:- structive to those who were of sufficiOppor- acre 125, or 105 acres ot An Augel Unaware. it at 135, "Hon. Joe E, Robinson, the brilliant ent rank to attend the conferring of School Trustees Have Splendid per acre. However the banquet, tunity To Attend The Meeting Of people of Lancaster, generally young attorney, orator and editor of this work. The No 487. 161 acres on pike 4 miles speaking, were unaware that among Lancaster, has been in Washington the which was not confined to Royal Arch from town per acre, 85. The K. E. A. In Louisville In days taking in the sights, Masons exclusively, but every member the visitors to the Masonic banquet was past few No 488. 60 acres on pike 3 miles out one of the best story tellers and im- which he enjoyed very much. There of the local blue lodge was invited to April well improved. 135. fitting promptu speakers in the state. We has been much said about Mr. Robinson be present. The occasion was a No 489. 54 acres well improved, on The Garrard county Board of Educa have reference to Col. Ben Lee Hardin entering race for Congress in the Eighth and pleasant house warming for the by his friends in the past sev- newly established club room which has tion has decided to defray the railroad pike, possession, oo00. of Harrodsburg. In response to the District trustees of the various No 490. 136 acres, on pike, near call of the toastmaster, Col. Hardin eral months and the writer asked him been recently installed, and which is a fare of such county as may desire to Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling intended to enter this time and he credit to the fraternity and in furnish schools of the kept those assembled about the banquet if he meeting of the Kentucky new with 8 rooms, modern and up to ing and comforts, stands second to none attend the table convulsed with laughter for sev- stated that he did not. Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Lancas in the state, and which came in for an Educational Association, which meets date, water works, gas light3. 2 tobaceral minutes, and upon the reassembling co barns, price, 1200. on April 28, 29 and 30th. of the lodge, he almost broke up the ter, has been enjoying a short visit to equal share of praise with the splendid in Louisville At first glance this appears to be a No 491. 185 acres of high class land, the Capital. He paid his respects to banquet which was served. assemblage. He gathered around him useless expenditure of the school funds, 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per in the ante room a number of admirers both of Kentucky's Senators while but it has been thoroughly demonstrat acre, 120. Mrs. West Improving. here. Judge Walker has always been and good listeners and proceeded to re No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, Kentucky's Senior ed that the more interest created among gale them with some of his side split a great admirer of Mrs. Alex West who was reported in the trustees, the more good accrues to highly improved, near Buckeye, on ting experiences, and so boisterous did Senator. He read law in his office at last weeks issue of the Record as being nothing could create pike, per acre, 125. Four car loads to select from. Also a large they become that the jovial Colonel Lancaster arid afterward became the critically ill of pneumonia, is much im the schools, and No 493. 36 acres unimproved. 6 more interest among mem man to He is regarded was compelled to desist to avoid dis- Senators law partner. stock pi proved and barring the nnforseeff will bring them in close , touch with, the miles of 3 county seats, on two pikes, as one of the most brilliant or toe turbing the proceedings in the lodge able to be out. various educational gathering through- close to churches and school, splendid younger members of the Kentucky bar. soon be - i'can -room. save you money as I ha e no rentto'pay, no clerks out the state. Therefore every trustee building sites, can sell this in small During Judge Walker s short penoJ on Nor does Col. Hardin confine himself Pleasantly Remembered. to hire and no partner to divide profits with. hosfi of in the county who can possibly do so lots or as a whole, will price to suit to the lighter vein, he is deeply learned the Circuit bench he made a One of our dear friends remembered should attend this gathering, the ad. purchaser and on easy terms. warm friends among the good people in Masonry, religion, law and many No 494. Several pieces of splendid some beautiful ditional expense will amount to very other topics and can discourse interest- of Boyle county and he has always been us this week with warmly welcomed to Danville since flowers, which brought cheer to our little, and the benefif derived from the city property for sale. ingly upon almost any subject, but he entire office visit will be well worth the expendi- - For further particulars write or call is at his best when telling a. .story and that time. He was very much inter hearts and .sunshine to the w- - on Hughes:& Swinebroad, the real es we are very ture .of.botb.Jhej time .and. mtaf never fails to;iiiterest,and delight .his ested in bis visit to the Congressional force for alkof tate men. Lancaster, Ky. ' ' grateful. Library and Mt. Vernon." vesicu. listeners. 30 day". THE MASONIC GATHERING. Osborne Disc Harrows. wn' f Our Spring Line of Buggies Anyone have arrived. contemplating buying a Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows Good Job g Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows should come to our store and look them over. HASELDEN BROS. m Hear Dp. M. P. HUNT'S "LIVE AND LET LIVE." Popular Lecture "Be Somebody." CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. School Auditorium, Friday Evening, April 3rd, at 8 p. m. MERCHANTS KEUUOGG w u i CO. BUGGIES, WAGONS wmtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmm and Harness. s Great Bargains In Bugg les. jharness. -- " W. J. H0M.ANS -- 3BE '' Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 2, 1914. 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Look for the trade mark "The Girl food: if you lack an appetite; if jour with the Auburn Hair accept no stomach is sour, gassy, upset; jour tongue coated; if jour head aches ai.d other. j ou are dizzy; if jou have heartburn and pains in your colon or bow els, w hy suffer needlessly? L'KUACI! U!tN YIIjLF. Buy now today from R. E. Mcn Roberts a fifty cent box of Stomach Tablets. Tak them regularly Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. Miss Jennie Ray iited her mother, and see how quickly jou get relief. There is no mote effective remedy for Mrs. Nannie Ray at Judson, Ky. stomach ills than It strength MibS Maiy Pettus is at Richmond at ens and builds up surely and safely the tending the East Kenluckj Normal, digestive organs, soothes the irritated It is lepoited that there aie a num membrane and increases the llow of ber of cases of smallpox near Dripping tlie digestive juices. Youi whole Spring-,- . is benefited and jou become well Mr. Jerry Arnold, who has been sick and strong. for some time, isited his brother in is different from other digesGarrard. Money back if not tive remedies. Mrs. Gioer Gastmeau. of Point satisfied. Leavell, isited her parents. Ml. and I'UT! LMMv Mrs. John Najlor. Theie will be services Saturday and Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 15. Sundaj at the Baptist church bj the Mr. Dae Hervey left Tuesday for pastor. Rev. J. M. Rogers. Caili-- . Mrs. D. M. Anderson and son, Mrs. James Laj ton is quite ill at Cla.ence, visited her daughter. Mis. this wilting. Burch Hester, near Stanford. Mr. Will Fish, of Stanford, visited Mrs. William Bartles received woid fiiends Tuesdaj'. last week staling that her mother, Misses Ethel and Lena Estndge spent Mrs. J, W. Blankenship was quite il Satuiday in Berea. at her home near Harrodsburg. Mr. Dae Ross, of jour city, spent Patrons on the line of the Preachers Tuesday with Mr. Mit Ross. ville Farmers' Telephone Co., who en Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley were deavored to send messages over their wires Sunday morning found things visitors in Lexington the past week. Mrs. Rice Woods and Miss Eliza not to their liking. Something during the night preceding had put the wires Rucker spent Wednesday in Richmond. out of commission. Mr. JohnB. Ander Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon, and litson was soon following the line towards tle daughter Geneva, spent Sunday in Stanford, knowing the trouble lav in Berea. that direction as perfect communica- - There were services at the Christian tidn could be had with the Preachers church on Sunday, conducted by Rev. ville terminus of the line. Near the Wearren. high bluffs on Dick's Rivsr a fine copMr. Roy Estridge and sister Miss per w ire was found tied to both wires Carters-Mil- e thus causing a short circuit. This was Stella Burnam were visitors in Monday. found in other places and aftpr all had Mr. and Mrs. John White visited been removed the line was in its regular apple pie order, Only a month has their daughter, Mis. Rice Woods Satelapsed since the line was erected and uiday and Sunday. this makes the second time the line has Mr. W. T. King of Hyattsville was been tampered within the same manner. the guest of his daughter Mrs. R. N. It is not known whether this is the Beazley on Thursdaj'. work of someone w ho holds enmitv Mr. Felix Estiidge, of Berea, was against the company, or whethei it is here Monday to see his mother, Mrs. the thoughtless deed of some very Eli Estridge who is ill. ignorant or very reckless youth, but Mr. and Mrs, O. C. Rucker visited we w ish to warn the guilty party that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cochran at such woik will not be tolerated by the Whites Station Sunday. patrons ery long and he had best re Mrs. Tom Logsdon and daughter Gefrain fiom such deeds in the future. It neva and Mrs. Geoige Todd were in is understood that a reward will be of fered for the apprehension of the guilty Richmond the past week. Miss Belle Denny has returned to party. "A word to the wise is suf her home in Stanford, after a visit of ficient." several weeks to Miss Estill Walker. Mr. John Merriman, a former Gar-rai- d Of a Different Kind. county boy who is now making "Oh, Will," she said, moving a trifle closer to him, "I am so glad ou are good in Minnesota, was a guest in our not rich! They say that so.uo of these city on Thursday. letmillionaires receive threatening Miss Elizabeth Eldridge who is atters sajlng that something dreadful tending State College at Lexington w as will happen to them if they don't pay the week end guest of her parents, the writers sums of money." "Oh, Is Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge. that all?" replied Will. "Why, I get Mrs. W. F. Parks has just returned plenty of such letters." Yonkers from Louisville with an Statesman. stock of millinery and is making preparation for a spring opening, Saturday, April 4th Everyone is invited. Mrs. Guy Rice was hostess at an elegant dinner on Sunday. Those who partook of the sumptuous repast were, l Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson and daughter Miss Maraiet and Misses Emma Estridge and Chastine Rucker. Mrs. Wal'er Vincent Mi-o-Mi-o-ra. in Mi-o-te SUNDAY Lesson I. SCHOOL. Children Cry for Fletcher's Second Quarter, For April 5, 1914. SERIES. 4. THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesson, Luke xlv, Memory Verses, 13, 14 Golden Text. Luke xiv, 11 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. As the house of one of the chief Pharisees on the Sabbath day He not only healed a man w ho but He bail had the dropsy (xlv, a special message for the guests and then for the host and later for one ot the guests who had made an Interest Ing remark. Oh, how lie did live before God and seek the souls of men fearing no one's frown and desiring no one's faor To the guesti, He taught humility, for then as now there .i often a desire for the best place that Humility is n rare could be obtained virtue, and few there seem to be who In lowliness of mind esteem others bet ter than themselves (Phil. II, 3). There was only one who was perfect In hu mlllty and lowliness, the speaker on this occasion, and He could trul sa "I am meek and lowly In heart" (Matt sl. 29). Exalting self Is like ami Christ (Dan. l. 3(5; II Thess. ii. 4; Kv siii. 5. C), but renouncing self is Chn-- t like, for He made Himself of no ropu tatlon and took upon IIlui the form ot a servant (Phil. ii. 7, S) See also ere 11 of our lesson. His message to His host was in rtf erence to a future rather thin a pre cut recompense. How tonimou it i to bo kind to those who can return to imite those to enjoj om who tan return the ImiM tion. How much of social life Is tilled up In this waj? This may seen; all right for thoe who know no better way But when in church work, sup l to be the Lord's work, people act as if monej could be obtained oiilj by giin? a present equUalent in ot a lecture or an entertainment or something to eat. does It not all seem contrary to our Lord's aduioui tiou to this host': Mj owu Intense con iction Is that gUIng or lhing only for a piesent equivalent Is all wrong, and I hae proved in a ministry of over thirty j ears that the love of Christ and the need of those who never heard of it will constrain people to give freely to help make Him known and gladly await the recompense in His kingdom In connection with the resurrection of the just. It does not appear from the Scrip tures that believers are rewarded at death, though it is a common saying that he or she has gone to his or her reward. The truth concerning the dead In Christ Is that they rest from their labors and their works do follow them. but rewards are promised only at His coming again (Itev. xiv, 13; xxli, 12. I Per, v, 4) Here is a plain reference in verse 14 of our lesson to the differ ence between the resurrection of the just and the unjust That there sh ill be both is written in Act- 'txlv. 13. but that there shall be a thousand jear between them is just as plainly wiit ten in Kev. xx, 5, 0. The hour of Johu v, 2!s. does not contlict with this, for the hour of John v, 20, has already lasted nearl.v 1,000 jear. and thai ot veres 2s. 2H. may eisily lover the two lesuriectinn at the lic'i"niim and ci.ii ot the thiiiw mil .vcur- UN mention ot the ifilrns turn ui the just ML'tiiN to have ltd one ot Hi. gucst to ren. ii!.. "Itlei-e- U is In- - tn.i sh ill eat liiead in the kingdom u God (veie l."i. which he evultutlv Mu associated with the insurrection led our Lold to spi-.iof lhe mi.ii supper and ut the wa.v the itiv lt.uiuiis were tie.itctl and of the excuses, win Ii men will make i.ither than .ui.pt the invitation lie fiit. to repl.v to ot the ucst that men .lie in piopert.v and m enjo.v meiits than in the things ot tin In po-ettin-ford lie ate bread The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and nhlclt him been in use lor over vi) years, lias borne the signature of ami Jas uecn made under his pcr-&sonal supervision since its infancy. X, Allow no one todecehe i on in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc but Experiments that trifle with and entlanjrer the health of. ajraiust llxperimcnt. Infants and Children --, Just-as-fjood Hx-erieu- IVNaitt Ihat a e, is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Urops and Soothiiur Sjrups. It pleasant. It contain''; neither Opium, Jlorphino nor other Narcotic &"I.sfanie. Its ase is its guarantee. It destroys A onus For more than thirty years it a:id ailaj Feveri-hnes- s. has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Y.'ind Colic, all Teething Troubles and IMarrhKM. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giing healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Carfor-'T- , Is CASTORIA i- - Par-jrori- GSTE iSTORIA ?Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 'I rS rr, LJfV -J'fZfJs&4bi THE CENTAUR COMANV. NEW YORK ClTV. ?s Iii Use For Over 30 Years ffloKLiNI The Kind You Have Always Bought y Farmer Friend. i . If you are thinking of buying a Silo this year, and I know you are, r? DON'T BUY Until I See You. ANY ESPECIALLY Don't Buy SILO, u if the Staves lap with a STEEL SPLINE, if you will wait until I come, I will tell you why, and I am SURE COMING within the next few days. W. P. Kincaid, DISTRICT AGENT. wwBMBWfTWffiry STANFORD, KY. Motel BmMi mor t AffffiCAJ m RATES P.JCffls, s wm fffftk I WASHINGTON C2.CZ.. DALS 8c Pennsylvania Avenue, at 18th H. Sts. kingdom w M er?? TAKE AND of Pleasant Kill, N. C.,' a 1 TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LONG RETURN LIMIT. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVEPRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE A.ND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult ary Ticket Agent or write H. C. KIKG. Passenger and Ticket Agent. East Main St.. Lexington, Ky. 0 writes: "Fcr three summers I suffered from nervousness, dreadful pains in my bsck and sides, and weak sinking spells. Three bottles of Cardui, lhe woman's tonic, relieved me entirely. I feel like another person, now." Here's Good News For Dyspeptics. We hae good news for every person in this town who has any form of stom ach tiouble. It is about a remedy for indigestion and d spepsia that we have so much faith in as to offer it to you with our personal guarantee that if it does not reliev e you and satisfy you in every way, we will refund the money you paid for it without question or argument of any kind. You risk nothing; either Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will relieve your stomach ailments or the money you paid for them will be handed back to you. There is no red tape about our guarantee. It means just wljat it says. Your word is enough. If Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets don't satisfy you, the money is yours ind we want you to have it. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets soothe the inflamed stomach, check heartburn and distress, stimulate a healthy secretion of gastric juice, aid in rapid and comfortable digestion of the food, and help to quickly restore the stomach to a comfortable, easy acting, healthy state. They also aid greatly in promoting regular bowel action. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are said only at the 7,000 Rexall Stores, and in this town only by us. Three sizes,l25c, 50c and $1.00. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Card The Woman's Tonic to relieve women's unnecessary pains and building weak women up to health and strength. It will do the same for you, If given a fair trial. So, don't wait, but begin taking Cardui today, for its use cannot harm you. and should surely do you E-good. 72 S Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. Pres't Book-Keepe- For over 50 Cardui has been helping years, JENIJY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice The things misteii and eternal are so unreal to most people that things seen and temporal hold all their attention Contrast the wa.v of the believers in II Cor. Iv. 17. IS U he redemption which leads to the kingdom is ed as a great supper full prepared, and the invited ones luue onl.v to come and enjoy it It is probable that the invitations of this thief of the 1'lian sees, in vvhoe house they were, had all been accepted eagerly, but the invita tions of which our Lord spoke were treated far otheiwise. lhe great sal vation has been fully prepared b.v the life and death and lesurrectlon of the Lotd Jesils. nothing can be added to it: but, oh. the cost of it all to the Pather who gave His only Son ami to the Son who give Himself! And all is otTered fieelj. Tor "the free gift of God is etern il life in Christ Jesus our Lord." "We are justified freely b.v His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus" (Uoui. vi. 23, I J V. hi, 24) Mow often wo hear Hun sa.v "Come!'' from Gen vil, 1 to Rev. xxii 17; notably in Isa. i. IS; Matt, xi. 2 and how frivolous are men's, excuses when compared with the importance of the salvation offered them and the glory ot Jills kingdom. 1 have heard of one man who was led to accept the great invitation b.v the remark. "There will be no excuses at the bar of God." Meantime, the devil, the god or this world, is bnsil.v blinding the minds of them which believe not lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image ot God, should shine unto them (II Cor. Iv, 3, 4). Yet the word stands "Whoso-evt- r will, let him take the water of life freely." ile-c-- rl! Deticiii Bi'k 41.50, $2.00 up. 'MR -- eiKi ii.ii a fcas, ftintt Ct'i $230, $3.00 up. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Koom, Tea Room 'Colonial Fiiimishings, Library, Grand Fipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small insp. CLIFFORD- M. 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Elliott, Directors. &?fc Why suffer from rheumatism when relief may be had at so small a cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch. Peru, Ind. writes, "I have been subject to attacks of rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's Liniment always relieves me immediately, and I take pleasure in recom mending it to others." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers, lmo. Variable and through Sleeping Car service B. H. Todd. D. P. Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. A, The Central Record, Thursday April 2 1914. Page 3 The entire stock of H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky., has been assigned to us to be CLOSED OUT AT OINCE, to Satisfy his creditors. The stock amounts to about $22,500.00 at a low estimate. Mr Logan had received his The stock will be thrown on the market SPRING GOODS which are New and Up-To-Da- te. sharp and must be closed out within 60 days regardless of COST. Saturday, April 4th, at 9 Mr. O'CLOCK Logan's misfortune will be your gain as this STOCK POSITIVELY MUST BE SOLD. COST WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. This is not an advertising scheme, but a forced sale to satisfy the creditors. POSITIVELY EVERYTHING CASH. Remember the day and come early. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company, Assignee. X Mrs. J. L. B, Coffey and little son, ter, one of the besn known young men, RHEUMA WILL STOP URIC ACID DEWilliam Shelby, of Frankfort, are the of this county, who resides near More-lanPOSIT. guests of relatives and friends here. and Miss Sue Higgins Payne, of Payne's Depot, has been announced. Rheumatic Complication Checked and the Miss Ellen was called to St. Louis, We find the use of salts and other harsh physics is becoming less every Mo., last weed on account of the ill- The wedding will take place April 29 "Human Sewers" Restored. year because more and more people are ness of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Schoene. at the home of the parents of the bride Mr. and Mr. Sameel H. Payne. Mr. using Rexall Orderlies, which we and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, of Paris, The Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are they firmly believe to be the bestbowel was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Carpenter is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. the "humon sewers" which carry off remedy ever made. They taste so much Annie Englemen Saturday and Sunday. When Col. George Weatherford, ot Huston-vill- e the impurities in the blood. like candy that even the children like Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds are was appointed postmaster at that these are clogged Uric Acid sediment them. At the same time they act so receiving congratulations over the arlodges in the muscles and joints and easily and naturally that there is no rival of a little daughter in their home, place. He is a brother of Sheriff J. RHEUMA, the G. Weatherford of this place and one Rheumatism follows. purging, griping or pain. They promptMrs. J. Frank Smith and son, Frank, of the best democrats that Lincoln great remedy for all forms of the terrily remove the constipation and, by of Maysville, were the guests of her county has. He has for a number of ble disease, checks the deposit of Uric soothing and strengthening the bowels, daughter, Mrs. J. C. Reynolds Sunday. years been proprietor of the Weather- Acid. make it less liable to occur again. We "I suffered from Rheumatism for six Misses Mary Cooper and Cornie ford Hotel. The appointment of Mr. have the utmost faith in them. We Penny, of Danville, are the guest of Weatherford is an extremely popular years. Tried different doctors, with no know what they are made of and the one. relief. I have taken three bottles of pleasant, beneficial results that always their grandmother, Mrs, Mary Penny. Preliminary steps looking toward RHEUMA and am entirely free from Mrs. S. M. Spoonamore and daughfollow their use. the disease." P. W. Miller, Catawissa You needn't take our word for it. If ter. Miss Jewell, of Hubble, took the making the 1914 fair annually held by Pa- Rexall Orderlies don't help you if they train here this week for Los Angeles, the Knights of Pithias, of this city, R. E. McRoberts will return your the best one that has ever been held, don't entirely relieve all your bowel Cal., for Mrs. Spoonamore's health. were taken at a recent call meeting money if it fails; 50 cts a bottle. troubles come back and tell us and C. O. Blankenship, of Marion, Ind, we'll give back your money. In vest and Miss Minnie B. Smith, of this of the lodge. Officers were elected and James H. Woods, CRAB ORCHARD. packet tin boxex; 10c, 25c, 50c. county were united in marriage at her ji new plans made who has been president fo r some time You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at home this week. Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. j was rejected president, J. F. Cummins j The Rexall Stores, and in this town Henry C. Anderson, while trying to and W. P. Kincaid secretaries, B. W. j Miss Myrtle Murry visited the Misses only of us. crank an auto recently, had the mis- - Givens, Sam Castello and J. C. Eu- - j Campbell of Danville Sunday. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. fortune to break his arm. Both bones banks, The usual j Miss Angie Hunt of Berea is with were broken just above the wrist. dates have been reserved for the fair i her sister in law. Mrs. Daisv Hunt ,. . J .I ' i Airs. Shelton M. Saufley, Mrs. W. A. una yeai. nn. n !.:.. xne noraii nan win ue in STANFORD. Mrs. George Stephenson has been Tribble and Mrs, E. J. Brown went to charge of P. L. Beck and John EngleLouisville last week to see "Joseph man, Jr., while the poultry depart- sick several days with a deep cold. Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. Mr. Otis Newland Sr, of Burnside, Dr. A. S. Price has been quite ill and His Brethren" at Macauley's ment will be in charge of A. C. Hill Theatre. and Sam J. Embrv, Jr., The swine de- visited his children here last week. again for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders went to LexMiss Mattie Lee Hubble was in Lan- H. C Packs and Miss Mattie Moore, a partment will be a new department of popular couple of Boyle county, drove the fair this year and will be in charge ington Sunday to visit his brother, who caster Saturday for a short time. of J, W. Williams and Col. I. M. is sick. W. H. Shanks, who has been at here this week and were married by Miss Maymie Holdman is visiting her Rev. P. L. Brude, the Presbyterian Bruce. Columbus; Ga.. for several months is preacher. brother Charlie's family in Maysville here. Dally Thougnt. this week. Wm. Routen, of Somerset, who shot Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who was taken Heaven means to be one with God. Mrs. Nancy A. McClure is home af and killed James Florence at King's suddenly ill last week, still remains Confucius. ter an all winter visit to her daughter Mountain several weeks ago, was held quite ill. near Louisville. j under a $500 bond to await the action Mrs. L, McClure of Crab Orchard, of the Including the Full Nine. next grand jury. Georere D. Mrs. auger is resting as well as was the guest of Mrs. Thomas Good Florence, Trie average life of a cat Is said to of this city furnished bond could be expected, and bears her pain years. lie fifteen last week,' for Routen. with much patience. W. S. Fish; who has been visiting The base ball club of the Stanford binaries singleton was- - nome lor a his father, W. C. Fish at Paint Lick, High School has a brighter prospect Serious Catarrh Yields To week from N. C. and while here bought is at home. for a good team this year than they several nice mares for parties in that Hyomei. Miss Mattie Grinstead, of Louisville, have had for several years. All memstate. has returned home after a visit to Mrs. bers, except two will have the same Yon Breathe It. Mrs. Sam Tatein went to Louisville J. W. Ireland. places that they had lasf year. SpaldBe wise in time and use Hyomei at Monday, to lay in her spring and SumThomas Phelps Bright is the guestof ing Hill is the captain of the team. thejfirst sympton of catarrh, such as mer supply of millinery, which will be his uncle, Di. N. H. McKinney and The store belonging to W. P. Step-enso- frequent head colds, constant sniffling, up to date. wife at Carlisle. of near Maywood, was com- raising of mucus; or droppings in the Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Carpenter gave Miss Pauline Hocker is the guest of pletely destroyed by fire on last Wed- throat. Do not let the disease become a dance at their country home Thursher uncles, R. W. and J. H. Hocker in nesday evening about five o'clock. d and you are in danger of a day night which was enjoyed by all Kansas City, Mo. The fire, it is said originated in the serious if not fatal ailment. the members. There is no other treatment for Mr. and Mrs. W A, Carson and little rear of the store, but the cause is unCrab Orchard issued a quarantine daughter. Annelle, were the guests of known. The loss is estimated about catarrh, head colds, etc., like the Hyoagainst the people of Fall Lick and mei method, none just as good, so easy Mr. and Mrs, Bascom Pelphrey at ?2,000, with $1,000 insurance, and pleasant to use, or that gives juch Dripping Springs where many cases of Lancaster Sunday. Miss Hester Belle Anderson enteris prevalent. quick, sure, and lasting relief. You small pox Mrs. C. H. Carter has returned home tained a number of her friends on last breathe it no stomach dosing. R. E. Dr. Hatfield, of Danville, a splendid after a visit to her mother. Mrs. Sue Friday evening, it being her fourteenth McRoberts will refund your money if dentist visits our town real often on Bright at Mt. Sterling. birthday. The house was beautifully you professional business, but they do say are not benefited. Mrs. Belle Perkins and Miss Annie decorated with ferns and Narcissus. Try Hyomei at once and see how he comes often on Sundays. Lee Eubanks are the guests of Mrs. The colors were piuk and white and quickly clears the head, stops the it Mrs. Leace was called to Somerset Cleveland Rose at Lancaster. were carried out beautifully in the sniffling, and banishes catarrh. to the bedside of her father. Judge Mrs. D. M. Walker and Mrs. W. P. delightful refreshment that were serv- Hyomei helps you to enjoy good Collier who was thought to be dying, Kincaid attended the millinery open- ed during the evening. health. All druggists sell it. Ask fcr ( but later news is that he is much bet ings at Lancaster last Saturday. The engagement of Turner Carpen the complete outfit $1.00. ter. The Reason Fewer People Take "Salts". HACKLEY. d, Happy Man. He doth sot lack an almanac, whoa youth Is In his soul. Holmes. Daily Courier-Journal I Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. Or Change hiin. Mr. Less Curtis and family wa3 with "Maud's husband"s name Is B11L her brother Mr. Joe Tussey. Isn't It?" "Tea, and he's afraid shall Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schooler motored break him." to Richmond Saturday shopping. Mr. Mase Melear and wife spent the day with Mrs. John Ross of Hackley. Mr. George Mclary and famliy was L with Mr. John Prewitt Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jimmie Bess and Mr. Frank Prewitt was with his sister Mrs. Green Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Otus Melear and little baby were with Mrs. Milton Ross recently. Mrs. Roy Schooler and little son Paul spent the day with Mrs Georgie Warren Monday. Mr. Johnie Murphy and Mr. Willie B. Estes motored back to Hackley again Sunday on Bill's Pap's old gray mule to see their best girls Miss Fan aid Myrtle Ros3 entertained a few of their friends at ;.their sister Mrs. Otus Melear Tuesday evening. Mr. Grovir Mooney and his friend from Georgia motored down in their auto and brought fine music with them. ... ..VV tflllllM..T' ' III BB $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier-Journal $2.00 a Year. Real Newspapers. Best National News. Best State News. Best Local News. nii'H,v3'sPir:i lit. Hebron Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. The sick of this vicinity are all im proving and some are able to be out. Mr. A. Dean sold to Mr. M. L. Montgomery a nice harness mare price $180. Mr. Thos. Hicks bought thirty sheep and lambs last Tuesday at 6.20 per head. Mr. Joe Pierce sold his CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best because it's the purest. Best fails. FoiiiEvery Baking Best Market Report. Best Foreign News. Best Political News. farm of 19 n, deep-seate- acres located at Bourne to Mr. Joseph Hicks for 2200. Miss Iva Del Montgomery of Lancaster was with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery at Lock no. 8 Sunday. Mr. Raymond Montgomery had a severe attack of appendicitis last Thursday night this being the second attack within a month. He is doing nicely now. Mr. Millard Hamm a promient farmer of this section and Miss Ethyl Moore of Camp Nelson were married Saturday afternoon. We extend our heartiest congratulations to them, Mr. Ernest Montgomery and daughters Misses Ruth and Mabel, Messrs. Joe Duncan, J. I. Crawford and son J. E., attended, the Fifth Sunday meeting at Burgin Saturday and Sunday. The Mt. Hebron Sunday School will observe Mission Day on the second Sunday in April. The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely and growing in number as the spring time approaches. Best of Everything. Best for Everybody. Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world? If you are, you NEED THE COURIER JOURNAL. If there is an agent in your town give him a trial order one menth Daily 50 cents, with Sunday 75cts. If there is no agent in your town give your order to the paper in which this this advertisement appears (you may get a special clubbing rate.) or send the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. Weekly Courier-Journhas been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. al because it never Best because Best because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly-raised- . it is moderate in cost highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED lM.Jljfil HIGHEST AWARDS World'. Pur. Food Expo. ition. Oucaco,IU. Fori. Ezpotttloa. Frmaca March. 1HZ frSgfl Zste&la&&rc arsctrjrrarazr"- - .Courier- - Journal Company. Incorporated. LOUISVILLE, KY. Page 4 TheCenTRAL Issued Weekly. The-Centra- l Con- Record,. Thursday AprJl-2- , 1914- - Record $1.00 Daffodils, the earliest hardy flower Eighth District Christian of springtime, are in bloom some Cement Sand, Brick or Lime, call on The Garrard Milling Co. Endeaver incorporated. vention Held In Lancaster A Great Success. a year. If you are going to need The annual Convention of the Eighth J. . ROBINSON. Editor. District Christian Endeavor was held in Mr. A. D. Bradshaw sold his hand- Lancaster, beginning Friday evening R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. some bred jack, Bradshaw's Morgan, March 27th and ending Sunday evening AT Entered at the Von Oflice In Lancaster, Ky to Mr. S. M. Wilson, of Harrisburg. March 30th. All of the exercises were ?!?vVmmmmmVWt'r Mall Matter. a Second-Clas- s 111., for $900,00. The jack was shipped held at the Christian church with the to Mr. Wilson Thursday morning. exception of Sundy evening, when they Member Kentucky Press Association were, held in the Chapel of the Graded and Mr. John N. Ross sold the handsome School. The Convention, was one of Eighth District Publishers League. jack, Boyd Wagers, to Mr-- Clarlie the most successful ever held, and the Creech, for $450.00. This jack was visitors aside from being delighted with purchased at the Cotton sale by Mr. the 3uccess of the meeting were loud Lancaster, Ky.f April 2, 1914. Ross and besides being royally bred is in their praise of the hospitality of the the sire of some splendid colts in that Lancaster people. Rates For Political Announcements section. The price is considered cheap Prof, R. H. Crossfield of Lexington, HaanM Dr. B. H. Roberts of Berea and Rev. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 UTd Were Greatly In Demand. 10.00 H. L. Calhoun of Lexington were or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. of garden seed among the distinguished visitors from The generous supply mmmmmWBKBmmmmmmmmmmL .10 For Calls, per line furnished the Record by Senator Ollie a distance who addressed the various W. O. RiGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. r. Joe J. Walker. Jr., 10 For Cards, per line James was in great demand, about sessions during the meeting, while the officers of the society and the local W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. For all publications in the interthree persons applying where there est of individuals or expreswas one package to supply them, and clergy made interesting talks from time ORGANIZED 1SS3. sion of individual views, per the supply was exhausted by the middle to time. The musical programme ren 10 line of the afternoon on county court day. dered by Misses Florence Johnson, Obituaries, per line 05 Mamie Stormes Dunn, Martha Tinder, & Ruth Carrier and Bernice Champ and High Class "Mixologist". Messrs Allen Johnson and Bradley President Wilson's administration OF LANCASTER. KY. B SENATOR CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. Mr. Ben Woods has accepted a posi- Bourne, not only added materially to faced its first real tpst at Washington tion at Stormes Drug Store and will be the interest of the various meeting, We know of no young man that has Bill, against thejpassage of which the last Friday when Congress had under consideration a measure to repeal the found behind the soda water counter but thoroughly demonstrated the talent arisen so rapidly in public favor as I eople of his district were almost unlaw permiting coast wise vessels car- at that establishment during the com- and splendid musical training of these Senator Charles F. Montgomery of animous. He used his best efforts for j This bank is supervised by the United States Government BUI. ' Liberty who represented the Counties the enactment of the Anti-pas- s rying American goods to pass through ing season. Ben has dispensed fancy young people. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all of Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle and Casey Although Senatjr Montgomery possesPanama canal free of toll. The Demo- drinks in some of the best establish things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. ments in Central Kentucky and is an 247 To 161 Tolls Repeal Bill Passes in the upper House during the General ses very decided views upon public 5 cratic Administration considered this Make this bank YOUR bank. Assembly. While he was not at all questions he was polite and considerate repeal necessary and seem to stake all artist at the business. And House By Above Figures times with the majority of his associates of the opinion of others, which made i upon having the present law repealed. Mr. John W. Walters Sick. President Is Sustained. in the Senate the positions he took him one of the most popular and in- -j The debate incidental to the Administration's policy is said to be the most Mr John W. Walters, one of LancasOn last Tuesday night after one of that brought him into disagreement, fluencial representatives in Frankfort. ' bitter had in Washington in many years ter's most highly respected citizens is the most bitter struggles ever waged in added to his popularity with his con- The reputation he made by the firm and it is indeed gratifying to Democrats seriously ill at his home on Lexington the National House of Representatives, stituents. In fact to be popular with stand at all times at Frankfort on beevery where who are in sympathy with street. He is sutfering with heart dis that body voted to repeal the provi the people it was necessary for mem- half of the people's interest with his the success of Piesident Wilson and ease and other complications, and be- sions of the Panama Canal Act exemp bers of the last Legislature to be in the personal popularity, makes Senator one ot the most promis the party that the President will be cause of his advanced years serious un- ting American Vessels from the pay minority. Senator Montgomery was Montgomery ing voung democrats in this section of successful in having his plans carried easiness is felt by his friends and rela ment of tolls, by a vote of 247 to 101 one of the most active members of the Kentucky, and we predict lor him a OU'i. tives over his condition, thereby sustaining President Wilson in Senate against the Glenn Insurance bright future. It is generally conceded that the coast his contention for what he termed Dr. Wheeler 111. wise shipping industry is owned and The result "the nations honor". Wo OOOOOOOOO voooo fr$ OOOOOOO controlled by a Trust and that there is while a victory, was but the beginning Dr. William A. Wheeler of the denno competition in shipping rates. While of victory for the administration, for (Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark) it is alleged that these are American tal firm of Denny and Wheeler is con- the measure will now go to the Senate, wiuircn.es. inbws wi fined to his room at the home of Mrs. Tlit WomanaCliibi vessels seeking to go through the canal will be attacked today pending and it and pure linseed oil. This pure LlK.littd free of toll it is equally true that the Isaac Hamilton on Water street. It its passage before that body with as '3HB lead and oil paint covers every The members who have not paid American people now shall have but was at first thought that he was suf- much vigor as marked its turbid jour crevice and grips into wood pores. There will be preaching at the Meth- ' their dues for this year will please do little interest in this industry. The fering with typhoid fever, but this ney through the House. proved not to be the case, and it is odist church in Lancaster Sunday morn- so at once. Next year we will not It expands and contracts with the people as a whole of the United States With Speaker Clark and Leader have contributed to the building of the hoped that he will be able to be out Underwood championing the opposition ing and evening. All members are re- have this trouble as no one will be con-- 1 wood and does not crack. sidered a member whe has not paid her canal and we see no good reason why soon. A trained nurse is at his bedside. and putting up such a fight as these quested to be present. Save money by painting well and dues in advance. All the names printed a subsidy should be granted by the two mighty leaders are able to give, Rev. C. C. Ellis, of Paint Lick, and in the next year book will not only Killed In Richmond Indiana. Government to aid a shipping industry the battle waxed warm indeed, and the formerly the pastor of th e Baptist in time. by permitting free tolls through the victory for the administration was all church here, will preach Sunday morn- have paid their dues but will have Come in and let us" figure on your paint. Incidmtally. The remains of Walker Leavell, a people's national water-waThe see our Owner's Paint Guide. It's full ot color ua. cathe greater for the stubborn opposition ing and evening here in Rev. Beagle's obliged themselves to take part in the tions and paint facts. maintaining of the Panama Canal will former Lancaster colored man, were On the final votes 220 Democrats sus place who is now conducting a success programs. Drones will be eliminated flies. on along with entail a great expense upon the Gov- brought here from Richmond Ind, tained the President in his contention, ful meeting at Barbourville. May 2nd is the date of the excursian ernment and all ships passing through last Sunday and were taken to Buckeye and they were joined by 25 Republicans H EK was shot Jsome to Frankfort. Keep it in mind and let the canal ought to be required to pay for interment. Leavell and 2 Progressives; 52 Democrats fol ten days ago, it is said by his wife acnothing inter fere with this delightful toll and thus sufficient funds be collectFrom the many activities along that lowed Speaker Clark to ignominious cidentally. He was a son of "Uncle trip. ed to meet this expense. defeat in championing what he held was line, Lancaster promises a number of Eph" Leavell the well known colored The Democratic Party has always the mistaken policy of the President beautiful lawns this summer. ,jKJJy5yJ5?SyS5xSjK5$J opposed ship subsidy and free tolls farmer of the county. that toll exemption for American ves ; through the Canal can be nothing more sels was a violation of the Here's Hoping He Lands. "Modoc" Eason Here. FLY! SWAT THE than a violation of one of the fundafote treaty with Great Britain. mental principles long recognized by Mr. Bruce Arnold, who formerly The Kentucky delegation voted as Mr. J. T. Eason, well known to his our party, which we think furnishes many Lancaster friends, as Modoc was follows; for the repeal of the measure lived in Lancaster Ky, has been in MURDER the President a reason equally as good here a short time Monday, being called Messrs Barkley, Cantrill, Fields, John Washington the past few days making tor his position as that free tolls to by the death of Mr. A. J. Payne, Mrs. son, Rouse, Shirley, Stanley, Thomas an effort to secure a position in the THE American vessels is in violation of a Payne is an aunt of Mr. Eason's. Mr. while Messrs Helm, Powers and Lang' Income Tax Department of the United contract made with England when this Eason has been in the railway mail ley voted against it. MICROBE! Mr. Arnold left States Treasury. Canal was built. Those few Democrats service for a long number of years, When the news of the success of the Lancaster seven years ago and since who went back on the administration and is now "clerk in charge" on a run measure was brought to the President that time has been in New York City, STERILIZE at this crisis of the party will receive on the Q & C between Cincinnati and he was at the dinner table, and while where he has been a secret service man. little comfort from their constituents Chattanooga. exhibiting marked gratification, he de The greater part of the time he has THE clined to comment. at home. been stationed in the Waldorf-Astori- a PTnwmHF! ? Hotel, where his attention was given 11 Well Known In This County. uiiiriiiiikt "JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN" " It is conceited that Speaker Champ to the security of the guests and their 4 Clark made the greatest speech ever belongings. "Rich" in Advocate. Mrs. Sallie Hoover died at her home At Lexington Opera House. heard from him in his twenty two years in Jessamine county on last Saturday. The above article refers to Bruce By far the biggest thing which comes in congress in defending his position Her death was an unexpected blow to Arnold who was born and raised near against the repeal of the free toll meas her friends and relatives, as she had to Lexington will be the splendia Lancaster. He is a son of the late I pageaiit drama. "Joseph and His George T. Arnold, a ure. been in her usual good health. brother of Mrs. She is Brethren" at the Lexington Opera W. H. Ward and Mrs. Webb Raney The President was complimented and the mother of Hon. Everett Hoover Tor Infants and Children. the administration praised unstintingly the well known Jessamine county poli- House for three nights April 13, 14 and and a nephew of Mr, H. T, Logan, and :;3 Kind You Have Always Bought in his eloquent appeal which was re- tician. She was a sister of Dr. Elijah 15th, with matinee Wednesday 15th. has many friends and relatives in LanThis marvelous production is the ceived with great enthusiasm by his Evans of Lancaster, and was well Bears the caster who hope he may succeed in third and greatest of the Colossal landing the position he is colleagues of all parties. The speaker well known in Garrard county. signature of seeking. She Cen Liebler Co., spectacles from the is complimented upon the tactful was a most estimable lady. tury Theatre, New York, the compan speech made at a time when the party ion play to "The Gardec of Allah" and was in great peril and it is thought William Ray Undergoes "The Daughter of Heaven. or-t- o his speech will aid in keeping the that "Joseph and His Brethren" is uni party united. Serious Operation And Is Critically versally conceded to be the most mag nificent theatrical show yet given in III. America. In London it is now being Mrs. James B.Collier In Serious Condi Drs. Elliott of this place and Jackson done by an English company headed by tion. of Danville operated on Mr. William Sir Beerbohm Tree and Miss Maxine The many friends of Mrs. James B. Ray at his home on the Richmond pike Elliott, but next week Lexington gets of the Collier will regret to learn of her ser on last Saturday for appendicitis, and the original New York production with ious illness. Mrs. Collier has been ill he is now in a critical condition with its world of scenery and effects and the for some time, and it was intended to scant hopes entertained for his recov- same supurb cast of principals which We also have some nice shoats weighbring her to Lancaster,she was expect ery. He had not been complaining and played the piece there all last winter, ed to arrive here today.however her con had been about his farm duties up to There are four acts, eleven massive ing about pounds for sale. scenes, and a small army of two hun at the dition was such as to prevent and the the time he was stricken. Mr. Ray served one term as Garrard dred and fif cy people concerned in the time of her arrival is not known. Mrs, Collier has been at the home of her son county's representative in the Kentuc- play. Brandon Tynan plays Joseph; ky Legislature. He is a splendid citi- that sterling stage veteran, James at Fork Ridge Tenn. zen and clever gentleman, and his O.Neill, Jacob; and the most beautiful many friends are hoping that his con- woman on the American stage, Pauline Free Toll Law To Be Repealed dition may take a turn for the better Frederick, the role of Potiphar's wife, Although every step for its consider- and that he may make a rapid recovery. Other notable actors in the cast are ation was attended with great exciteW. T. Carletin, Henry Harmon, Char ment and with the leaders of all partiej les D. Herman, Rosina Henley, dra Chorus Great is the Lord (Frank M. Davis) Payne. divided at Washington, it is now conmatist E. E. Rose's clever daughter, ReyQ X ?. i Mr. Andrew J. Payne died at his Ruth Rose, and five score more ot the Invocation ceded that the Simms Bill will pass Margaret J. Beazley. both Houses at Washington and that home a few miles from town on the favorites who delighted New York Instrumental Solo June Flowers the Administration's Policy will be Buckeye pike on last Sunday afternoon. audiences for six months. Recitation The Presence of God Bertha Mae The story is told in the sonorous Song Little Daffodils successful. There has been a good Mr. Payne has long been a sulFerer from Primary Children. Bar k deal of feeling among leaders of the tuberculosis and this was aggravated classical English of the Bible itself. Willie D. Doty. Declamation Nature A Hard Creditor Democratic Party and the debate in by an attack of pneumonia which caus- The author is Louis N. Parker, the Lower House was very bitter at time. ed his death. His remains were placed most famous playwright of the present Quartette Neath The Blue Kentucky Skies... .Ethni M. Garr, Bertha M. A Good Thing Leavell, Mamie Jones, Fannie Cunningham. Speaker Clark, it 'a alleged, still feel- at rest in the Lancaster cemetery on day, who has given the contemporary stage John Drew's "Rosemary", Recitation Happy Hours ing keenly his defeat by the President Monday afternoon. Lena Mae Moran. that husband of yours. Mr. Payne was 72 years of age and "George Arliss" "Disraeli", "Pomanfqr the nomination has taicen this opMiss Ethel Duncan. Instrumental Solo La Princesa When he sees you using portunity to get evpn with his success- was Dorn in Lincoln county Ky, but der Walk", "Drake" etc. Primary Children. Pantomime America ful opponent and has thereby taken a has been a resident of Garrard for The scenery is beyond all description. Mamie Jones Marry You, If You'll Be True, (Milton Sneed) WBte Swan Flour decided stand against the leader of his many years. He is survived by his So massive beautiful and intricate is it Vocal Solo I'll George Jennings. parly. He was very severely criticized wife, who is a sister of the late Walton that a force of one hundred men are Declamation Liberty, The Meed of Intelligence be sure that he expects There are Pantomime My Faith Looks Up To Thee.. .Intermediate Girls, With Quartette upoh the floor of the House by leaders Eason, by two brothers who reside in necessary for its handling. Crab Orchard section of Lincoln herds of camels, oxen, asses, goats, some fine bread, bis ofi th" Administration. It is gratifying the Address The School As A Social Center ...Prof. J. W. Roberts, Lebanon, Ky. Democrats of Kentucky that the county and by two sisters, one of whom horses, and sheep. There is a ballet Ethni M. dancers in the Vocal Duet Someone Is Waiting At Home. Sweet Home cuits or cake. He's right too. WHITE SWAN FLOUR President will have the solid delegation lives in Arkansas and the other in corps of twenty-fou- r Garr, Berth M. Leavell. palace scene in Pharaoh's off JlentucKy DacKing tne party at this Oklahoma. Mr. Payne never had any wonderful , Rev. J. W. Hayes, B. S. T., Elisabethtown, Ky. court. In a word, Joseph .and His Closing Address makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him isis with the exception of the . Hon.. Lena M. Moran, 'Bertha Hocker. Jjfelopgand .consistent Brethren is the last word in modern Instrumental Duet' iijvey Helm, who joined the Tecalci- stagecraft arid ' spectacular that you are as good'a Baker as his" mother everwa's. ' " .". int Democrats when his assistance' member of the Baptist church and a Duriug its engagement here the'drama. Flower Drill.... .'.Sixteen Girlsi evenMr. Payne ing performances will begin at 8 oclock most to uphold his party in highly respected citizen. Rev. Garr. Benediction Hour of peril. But the Administra- - served throughout the Civil war, es- sharp and the matinees at 2 p. m. .Faculty: Seats may be ordered by mail if remit- 'will be successful, notwithstanding pousing the causeof the Union. He tance is enclosed together with JOSEPH H. BURNS, Principal. tiesertion of a number of democrats was well known throughout the county addressed stamped envelope. a self, Prices ...) aa HISSIHATTIE C. HARRIS, 1st Assistant whoi were expected to stand with the and held the respect and esteem of all en i7C i aa ffl en aim eo .vv, i fi.uv pstty at a time of such a crisis. who knew him. HISS OLLIE B. MASON, 2nd Assistant and Pianist. Chas. Scott, Mgr. ' NEXT WEEK WILL RBXhhh WEEK BE 'iBiv. JMKB McRoberts """-"""-."W- Drug Store. Some special inducements will be offered. r Book-Keepe- 4HKnP ! Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. Capital $50,000. U Let your Taste Govern the Color of your house but for the paint stick to Phoenix White Lead V"" ine iKheWomansClub 11 mm lr y. k'H CG.&J.E.SMES Hay-Paun- I - For Sale, CASTOR sjjf A CiJf V&&Si' programme The Closing Exercises We have seven heifers to freshen within the next sixty days, and as our milking barn is already full, we must dispose of cows, in make room for them. We have .some good ones to sell. 80 jCancaster Colored Sraded School. Court House ridajj jpril Wthj at S o'clock. Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co He Knows w o jHjpsa, .i, .'..t. Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills a i i The Central RecaKF, Thursday Aprils 191-- 4 Page 5 H l I h I of Dan tending her branch millinery establish- Myers, of Richmond; Mr. J. A. San recently. ment. ders. Miss Lucy Belle Horine, and I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Tuesday Miss Mabel Clara Arnold, of Paris is Mrs. Stanley Taylor, of Nicholasville; Miss Helen N. Kneeland, n Misses Lexing- visiting Miss Altha Jones this week. Myrtle Doolin. Mamie Sebastian, Sarah Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ray came Janes, Effie Seed corn and seed oats for cash at Ambrose, Messrs. James Mrs. Sallie Rayburn leaves Monday over from Wilmore Sunday to be at the L. Jones, Neal Odom; Clarence Nick-e- ll low prices. A Brief Mention of (he Comings and for a stay with her daughter in Madis- bedside of their relative, Mr. William Garrard Milling Co. and Wallace Buchanan, of Berea. Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. on County. B. Ray. Miss AnnettaTush, the popular and Leave orders at Stormes Drug Store Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith came home Mrs. Cecil Farmer of Frankfort also efficient corsetiere, is in the city, fiting for renewals for papers and magazines. Monday after a visit to Danville and gave a social entertainment compland taking orders for the famous Gos- - Get my catalog prices. Grass Seeders, Oat and Wheat Drills. Prices always Mrs. W. A. Dickerson has been on a Frankfort. imentary to Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith of sard corset. visit to Bryantsville and Danville. Mrs. Dollie Brown. this city. Right Quality Considered. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. t,km were in Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith is the guest Lexington to enjoy the drama, Pianos tuned and repaired. Wright Miss Margaret Arnold has returned "With of Mrs. Milton Elliott of Frankfort. Walker & Son, Piano Factory, Richto her scholastic duties at Madison in the Law." mond, Ky. d Miss Mattie Lee Hubble of Stanford Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholasville Institute where she is to be one of the graduates. was a recent visitor to friends in this has been the guest of (By Wm. F. Miller.) If you want Seed Oats, Seed Corn or her aunt, Mrs. city. Corn to Feed, see Belle Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Upperman of Wilmore Miss Josephine Carpenter of StanGarrard Millisg Co. Another months work was closed Mr. Li Hard Miles of Nicholasville have rented Mrs. Walker's cottage on Stanford Street and will shortly move last week. ford have been visiting Miss Bernie was called to the bedside of his 3C 1L father, to Erown Leghorn Lear. this city. Mr. A. C. Miles. Are you getting ready for the spelleggs for sale. ,"0o a setting. AN Misses Ella Henry and Hallii; Brown Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, of Danville ing match to be held soon? Mrs. Bob Henry, Miss Ella Henry tf Earl Farra, Lancaster Ky y were sojourners in Danville this and Miss Bettie Robinson were visitors have been recent visitors of the latter's Miss Robinson's room will entertain Full of the newest dePhone 195. week. ixuems, iur. anu airs. wilKerson on Friday morning. Everybody is invited. in Danville on Monday. gSgg&Sz signs in Spring and Sum Mrs. J. H. Gaines has returned to j Miss John Eva Hilton andlittleniece, Water Street. Mrs. Taylor and Miss Lucy Bell Pony And Cart For Sale. itec&i. mer Dress Goods, and Mr. Frazier G. Hurt was a visitor in Horine of Nicholasville were recent Lexington aftar a visit to Mrs. E. C. Miss Cecil Batson have been with I desire to sell my beautiful pony and just received from our Mt. Vernon having taken Mr. Gregory visitors at our school. Gaines. relatives in Stanford. that far in the Garrard Millimr Go's Mrs. M. L. Caneer and "Bahv Sis cart. The pony is perfectly gentle for Pretty wholesaler. Mrs. Carlton Elkin is at home after children to ride or drive and cart is Mr. A, C. Miles, a prominent farmer new motoring machine. ter" and Mrs. Siler were Monday morn- good as new. a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Kidd at things to interest the Joe E. Nevius, and stockman of the Buckeye section Liberty. Misses Martha and Helen Gill and ing visitors at our school. ladies, dainty fabrics '!t Lancaster Ky is reported seriously ill. Mr. W. B. Burton chaperoned by Mrs. County Superintendent Miss Jennie Miss Elizabeth Ford was at home that are sure to be soon Miss Annie Bronaugh of Crab Orch- Carlton Elkin motored over Monday Higgins and sister, Miss Annie were For Sale from Savre College, Lexington, for a worn by our wisest easFriday morning visitors at our school ard has been visiting Misses Rella for a short stay in Lexington. few days. 1.U acres land near Hyattsville X; terners. Plenty of patArnold and Pansy Love. Capt. Herndon and Bro. McKee of If not sold by March 1st, would lease Mr. R. Parker Gregory has cone to Miss Margeret Noland spent last terns to choose from.but Mrs. B. F. Hudson has been greatly Rockcastle county and other sections London were welcome visitors at our to one or more parties for tobrceo or Saturday and Sunday with her parents all the materials of the indisposed for several days much to the in Southeast Kentucky making sales of school Friday and each gave a wf Icome hemp. in Madison couuty. talk. the Garrard Milling products. Come and look at them regret of her many friends. latest designs and best qualities. Address. Mrs. Pattiett. Haydon Mrs Jesse H. Arnold of Frankfort is Miss Daniels the efficient musical Nicholasville, Ky. R. R i and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest persuaMr. Cvrus Eason, a former resident Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey made their the guest of her mother, Mrs Elia Bet-ti- s ders. good citizen of Garrard county, and vocal teacher, is making extensive Phone 4S72, Lexington Exchange regular Sunday visit to her parents, and on Danville street. came over from his home at Salvisa, preparations for an "Operetta" to he Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. Mr. J. N. Landram, assistant agent Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. given at the close of school. For Sale, Misses Eula Ray and Evelyn Lyle, of at the L & N Depet spent Sunday with uv. M. P. Hunts popular lecture "Be A. J. Payne. Lebanon, arrive Saturday to be the A business which has proven prch relatives in Applachia, Va. Somebody" will be given at thf school The many friends of Judge R A. guests of Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. THE CASH STORE. Auditorium Friday evening at 0 o'clock table in Lincoln ami Bovle Countii" Misses Sophonia Fox and Mary Lynn Burnside will be heartily pleased to Admission gon 25 cts. school children 15 cts. The Vacum Houte Cleaning Mr. Charles Dety went over to Junc- know that the clever gentleman Fox of Lincoln county have been visitors has come. An attractive proposition, ii ii iersrl tion Citv to meet his father, Mr. Alex sufficiently improved here at their former home. in health as to be The Enteitainment given by Miss proof, if interested write Doty on his return from the South. upon the streets. E. I. Ogden. Mrs Bell Perkins and granddaughter, Daniels and her Voice and Music pupils Misses Annie Van Arsdall Craig and little Miss Eubanks of Stanford, were Harlan, Kv Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden, were enjoyed very much by a well tilled Francis Eml?ry of Stanford were guests Mrs. b. H. Anderson and visitors here last Saturday. Miss Patsy nouse. Jliss Daniels has her pupils of Miss Mildred Beazley in Hill Court. Anderson composed a For Sale. Miss Flora E. Smith of Barboursville motoring party trained to the very mark and she as Mrs. A, F. Sanders, Mrs. Pool Per- who went to Lexington to see the well as her pupils were heartily encour-ed- . I wish to sell privately my is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs farm on kins. Mrs. D. C. Sanders, and daugh- drama, "Within The Law". Wm Smith at Point Leavell. taining about sixty acres of land, well sojourners in ter, Miss Christine, were Miss Georgia Dunn of Bryantsville watered and located miles fror LanMiss Lou J. Grant returned Tuesday The Chautauqua Circle held its reconducted the exercises Monday morn- caster on Danville pike and J mile In fact, stock of all kinds and classes will be at our from a several weeks' visit to Dr. and Danville. k gular session with Miss from pike near Dix river; also a six Miss Martha Kavanaugh came down Mabel Mason and Miss Susie Brashear ing, after Miss Dunn's talk. Mrs. S. P. Grant in Danville. Prof. from her student's duties at the Rich- at the residence of Mrs. W. L. Law-so- Evans of London and .Mr. Sanders of year old bay mare, works and drives Mrs. C. C. Cable and little daughter, mond Normal School for a short stay well and brings good colts every year the members are still pursuing the Nicholasville who were here for the Margerite of Danville have been recent with her parents. Christian Endeavor meeting gave us Three jersey heifers, fresh last of deep and interesting theme of guests of Lancaster kinspeople. March or first of April ten good ewes an interesting talk. Misses Mary Nell Farley and Misses "Evolution". and one buck, all young and will lamb Mrs. S. B. Henry. Mrs. E. W. Harris Lorena and Annie Belle Johnson of Miss Brashear's room exercises were about Miss Bessie Yantis left for La FayMarch 16th. Jerry Bland and Mrs. W. D. Walker were recent Harrodsburg were guests Sunday of in Lancaster, Kentucky, County Court Day, Men ette Ind, where she is at the head of enjoyed very much. The following Lancaster, Ky visitors to kinspeople in DanvilK Miss Helen Robinson. Lancaster is one of the best stock markets in Centhe glove department in a large mer were city guests. Mr. William R. Cook and daughter, Cap't J. A. Doty returned Tuesday cantile establishment: she will return Mrs. Ike Hamilton and grand-soLast Notice. Kentucky, and you will always find a seller for Miss Margaret Miss Lena Bright, Mesdames S. G. Cook have been where he has after from Winnsboro, our Louisville for a several days" stay. in been for the past S. C,months visiting James Easter to be with her aunt, Mrs. Haselden and J. W. Sweeney, Mrs, It has been ordered by the City those who buy and a buyer for those who sell two A. Dudderar Elliott, Mrs. Clay Dunn and daughters. Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky. Pens. We have just completed our new yards and can Miss Mattie Adams returned las his brother, W. A. Doty. Miss Mable Claire Arnold, of Paris, Mr. Thos. Anderson. Mr. and .Mrs. V. at its last regular meeting that those Dr. J. A. Amon and Mrs. Amon ex- has been the attractive guest of her A. Lear and daughter. Mr. Friday from Richmond where she has cattle. We have take care of and Mr?. who owe the City any unpaid taxes for tended hospitality to Dr. R. H. Cross-fiel- d aunt Mrs. S. D. Turner, and other R. H. Batson" Mesdames W. L. Law-so- the year 1913 or before that date been a student at the Normal School. that of Lexington during his sojourn friends. Miss Arnold is a talented 600 II. C. Sutton. Henry Moore. E. C. said person be notified by advertisment Miss Estella Conn is in Indianapolist here on last Sunday evening. young musician and delighted the au- Gaines and visitor Mrs. Cable of Dan- in the Centra! Record to pay same Those who want to buy are invited to meet those who want to sell Indiana, where she is filling a good unless all such back taxes are paid beDr. R. L. Pontius who is connected dience at the Opera house on Saturday ville, Mr. Thummagh of Ohio. position in a labaratory at a fine salary. fore the lirst Monday night in Annl stock at the Lancaster Stock Pens on the Fonrth Monday in February. with the Experimental Station in Lex- night with instrumental pieces. President Ector Lawson has placed your property of Misses Mary and Jane Doty Teturned ington, came over Saturday and rea Judge Lewis L. Walker and Mr. J. an order for 950 commencement invita it will be advertised sufficient amount of on last Friday from an extended visit mained until Duesday on a business trip and sold to satisfy E. Robinson of the Record returned tions, there are seniors this year. said unpaid tax and the cost. to their sister, Mrs J. B. Jennings in Miss Rella Arnold spent Tuesday in Saturday night from a weeks visit to They are Misses Mane Ballard. Emma Tulsa, Okla. L. E. HerroiT. Crab Orchard where she was superin- - Washington City. During their stay Walker. Eliza Todd. Patsy Kinnaird, Lancaster, Ky. City Tax CoHcctor they visited Baltimore, Philadelphia Patsy Anderson. Bernie Lear. Elizaand other eastern cities, as well as beth Collier and Mary Holtzclaw and Notice. points of interest around Washington. Messrs Bowen Givens. Billy Swope. Notice is hereby given that the rart Ector Lawson. Carl Acton, Robert Many Lancaster people had anticipatnershipof Burnett & Elliott. Physicirs Tomlinson and Lucian Grant. ed the pleasure of shaking hands with The offices of the Seniors of 1914 are has been dissolved. All accounts made Draw A Louis Landram, who had intended com- Mr. E. S. Lawson. Pres. Miss Bernie in favor of cither Wm. Burnet or W ing over to the Masonic banquet, but jjjl2 and Lear. Vice Pres. Miss Patsy Kinnaird M. Elliott during the at tke last moment he was prevented Secty.. and Miss Marie Ballard Treas. 1913 are joint accounts .WK perscr.H for the money you owe and from coming by the arrival of the exowing the same are requM to ctll pert; to install the Messenger's new note how much more resat once at the office formerly occupied March Honor Roll. WE ARE READ!" FOR YOU. linotype machine. by the firm aud pay the said accounts pectfully your creditors reFollowing are the Honor Rolls for After reasonable time you have fail Dr. and Mrs. J, A. Amon presided at if gard you. They like to do the various grades. ed to settle, the partnership business a handsome 5 o'clodk dinner on last 2nd Grade, Juanita Dunn. Harnl will be business with a man who We settled by an attorney. Friday evening, the affair being in Champ, Margaret Elliott, Emma would thank all those indebted to us to compliment to the officers of the State an account at the has R&bcrt settle promptly. Christian Endeavor Union and the Gregory. Wm. Anderson, Caneer, Elsie Ftehergill. and Claud Wm. Burnett Eighth District Union who atGarrard Bank & Trust Co. tending the C. E. Convention then in Rice Gaines. W. M. Elliott, 232; 3rd B. Grade Lillian Boyle. Susie They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better session at this place. Middleton. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith ws honoree (Qf Sth B. Grade-Eli- sha will grow all right. Carrier, Genie at a social function given by Mrs. Mil- Moss. Having sold my farm and expecting ton Elliott at her residence near the & 6th -- . Grade Mayme Stapp, Lucy State Capital. The county home was Marsee, Virginia Beazley, Martha to leave the county. I will on, & fragrant with quantities of spring Ward Sweeney, BY MRS. R. ZIMMER, Of Lancaster, Ky. SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, 1911 Clyde Holtzclaw, I blowers, jonquils and hyacinths being Evelyn Daniels. Isabelle Terrill, Richat 10 o'clock promptly, at my farm, 3 used. A basket filled with jonquils and ard Hovle. miles from Lancaster, on Buckeye pike, ferns was used as a centre! ornament 6th Grade Nettie Farmer, Lillian LemonPie. sell to the highest bidder, the follow for the table. The guest were Mrs. Estes, Francis Elliott, Earl Jennings, Smith. Mrs. Ray Brown, Airs. Clarence Vivian Prather. Mary Brown. Mitchell ing: One twelve year old work horse 1 Break three whole eggs into a vessel, adding I pour.d of powder sugar, Julian. Mrs. R. L. Norman, Mrs. Harrv Tinder, Stella Henry, Hubert Fother-gil- l, four year old horse, both safe for lady ounces corn starch, mir up good with egg beater, then add two pints of .Brown, Mrs. Cecil Farmer, Mrs. J. P. three Neal Elmore, Dean Zanone and 50 bushels of choice Reed Sweet Pota Stewart, and Mrs. Isaac Salle. The Christine Pollitt. hot water, set in boiling water and stir until thick, then add juice of three enjoyable social affair was in the nature toes. 4 Jersey milk cows, good milkers. 3rd A. Grade Julia Mae Walker. 3 Jersey heifers, two gilts, farrow in f an y lemons and a little of the grated peeling. party. Marris Swir.ebroad, Eugenia Dunlar. May, 1 two horse wagon, 1 one hcrse Elizabeth Hagan. Mrs. E. M. Walker was "at home" Line a pie plate with foundation paste and fill it with the preparation. wagon, good as new, 1 buckboard. J 4th'Grade Laverne Dickerson, Johr.- - surrey, some farming implements i.r.l Bake the pie for 30 or 35 minutes remove and leave it to coal before taking it to the members of the Presbyterian etta tarra, Elizabeth Terrill, Anna household and kitchen Missionary Society. Wednesday after Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. furniture. Set from the plate. noon, at 3 o'clock, at her residence on Fay King, Paul Morrow. blacksmith tools and JO gallon kett'e 7th Grade George Swinebroad. Car Terms liberal Richmond Avenue; the "Arts and and announced on d- -y .. f Crafts", the social branch of the or- rie Belle Romans. Clay Miller, Clayton sale. R. p. ISOW ganization, was included is the same Morrow. Mary Davis' Bernice Champ. 7 iiipi Lancaster, Ky session with the business feature of Hudson trisuie. Bowman Grant. Sth Grade James Siler. Mary Lee Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. To The People Who the society; Mrs. Betty Landram, Mrs. Lear, Gladys Frisbie, Mildred Beazley, r. B.Marksbury, Miss Mabel Mason and the hostess comprisad the com- Florenca Acton, Mary Owsley. Merlyn mittee of entertainment; Miss Helen Walker, Jesse Beagle. Gill was on the programme for an address on the "Call of Corea" a delicious No amount of misrepresentation by the course of refreshments was served. Public Sale and Rental. peddlers of alum baking powders, no jugThe following are some of the deleI' will on gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, gates and visitors to the Eighth Dis SATURDAY APRiL 11th. trict Christian Endeavor Convention at 10 o'clock A. M. at my residence on certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p Should be Engraved' or recently in session here: Richmond street in Lancaster Ky. sell We have made arrangeany kind, can change the fact that Dr. R. H. Crossfield, D. D.; Presid- my household and kitchen furniture and Embossed nowadays. ments with our mills for ent of Transylvania University, Lex- personal property, consisting of one It reflects good taste and these special bills and can ington; Professor Hall Calhoun, Dean combined mare. 5 years old, one family of the Bible College, Lexington; Mr. mare 8 years old, one brood mare 9 at once creates a favorable give prompt service. We are making the special price of offiCharles F. Evans, Lebanon, Secretary years old, two number one Jersey cows impression. of the Kentucky C. E. Union; Miss 50 barred Plymouth Rock chickens, one $1.80 per hundred F. O. B. cars Lancaster. We are also of Georgia Dunn, Superintendent Prison farm wagon, lot farming tools, Suppose you come and see making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. 8 harrows, plows, hoes, pitchforks etc .Christian Endeavor in Kentucky; the many beautiful samples Missea Sue Johnson, Kowena "Johnson, one set wagon harness, lot p"ow''gea"r,' of ,. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. Tabitha Blderson, and Anna Belle two large keftles, lot canned 'fruit and we have and get our prices. Johnson, of Harrodsburg; Mrs. L. M. preserves household and kitchen furniGoodnight, Mr. David Goodnight, Miss- ture. I will at the same time and place THE Royal Baking Powder is indispensable" es Margaret Hopper, Josephine Car- rent fir the remainder of the year the for making finest and most economical food. penter, Anna Van Arsdall Craig and residence where I now live. Frances Embry, of Stanford; MRS. BETTIE DUDDERAR. Mr. Homer Highland and Miss Burnie Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. JOHN DEERE Gossip About Disc Harrows, Drag Harrows People NNe Corn Planters. Best Made. Line Of iU K Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wiseman ville made a short visit here Mr. M. H. Dudley returned night from a business trip to ton. J J. R. Mount, Son & Co. HERE'S ir INTERESTING CASE. School Notes. 4t-P- ti all-da- jfp'x ":?, R. S. C BROWN. lit: I i PITTI CUllD UllPC once-a-wee- New Stock Pens at 1200 n; 23rd. tral Covered Pens for Cattle and feed for all. n, J. N. ROSS, Prop. JdhY Come In And Get Your Check Easter Bonnet. a MISS RELLA ARNOLD we The Garrard Bank Trust Company 1 1 Favorite 'Recipes Public Sale. s We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. all-da- J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. fa&S&kS&0f0 TJ,At--l:- Anticipate Building The Fact Remains Tobacco Barns Personal Stationery has been found by the Royal Baking Powder purity and wholesomeness. - cial examinations to be the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and absolute Lancaster lumber & M'fg Go. WMM t00 Central Record. Page 6 The Central Hecord, Thursaay April 2, 1914ItlJENA V1JSTA - r ( Schulz's Cut Flowers1 FOR EASTER. "Lei 2ii e book your order for a nice box of Choice Gut. Flowers for Easter. Phone 43 or 33D-F. ygJHBfca All orders are appreciated ai d will be delivered promptly. WILLIE A HU7iU- - F. MILLER, Agent S. H. ALDRIDGE. Proprintor. Kentucky. Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season at TINKER'S RETREAT. OLD BLACK JOE. old 15 hands hish not up on stilts, but stout built. Rood the Bui ton's stood, and has as iody axid bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jackthe county. The dam of this mtnv good mules to his credit, as any Jack in Tins Jack ii : years Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces back to such famous sires as Beecher, IVia" ilini'ie- -r and Joe Blackburn. . Ht3ii Bovle county. tits aam is an exira goou pony mare aim h4 arr pohy shows good breeding. They will stand at 411 is and and white snottel nonv. 54 inches i.;f..i hlarlr Cecils's pony who has as many bluehigh, good stylecredit ribbons to his sired by Sam e cw-tainl- SILVER SILK. a -j A'a i flm Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. tl man who bred the mare, if soldor parted with. accidents but not responsible should any occur. ....ii u $8.00 Each To Insure A Living Colt. on all colts until season monev is caid and the sea Care taken 1 fiss? HQ.HE Electrifying Celluloid. If you will take two thin lengths ot celluloid, put them in contact and These bad days are fine for loafing. Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. then suddenly and rapidly pull them 3. Read the Bankrupt Sale on page Mrs. J. Wesley Lane is on tho sick between your fingers, you will observe list this week. We are glad that Sunday School has they both have become electrified Miss Myrtle Ruble visited in Rich- begun at Freedom. not only on their outside surfaces, mond Saturday. Mr. Moris Ross had a nice calf to where the friction of your fingers caused a negative electrification, but J. E. Scott sold to Jas. Smith a cow die the other day. the also on the Inner surfaces and calf. Price 550. Charley Moberly had a yearling Prof, and Mrs. I. D. Hacker spent heifer to die yesterday. Saturday in Richmond. Miss Mary Baker was the guest of A. D. Scott pent several days of Miss Katie Baker last Sunday. last weak in Chattanooga. Mr. Homer Sebastian spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Scott were shop- night with Mr. Oscar Prewitt. i pers in Lancaster Monday. Mr. fci. f. Jones weighed his hogs to i Miss Alyce Mabel Scott spent the Mr. Center at 8 cts. per hundred. Mr. Bill Layton spent last Saturday week's end in Lawrenceburg as guest night with Mr. Homer Sebastian. of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Scott. Mr. "Dutch,' Sechrest after spendMr. and Mrs. Will Casey visited Mr. ing several weeks with relatives here and Mrs. Mote Casey last Sunday. left this week to visit in Lexington beMrs. Carl Prewitt is about all light fore returning to his home in after a severe spell of biliousness. Mr. Grcver Huffman was the guest of Miss Dicy Adkison Sunday i.ight. Stomach Trouble Cured. Mr. and Mrs. Jeseie Casey are over the arrival of a big girl. Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold. Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Hadon Compton's baby from writes, "For soma time I suffered A stomach trouble. I would have sour is ill at this writing with pneumonia. eating. stomach and feel bloated after Mr. Charles Creech was through Nothing benefited me until I got Cham- here yesterday wanting to buy some Our facilities for doing first-clas- s berlain's Tablets. After taking two fer.ee posts. work are unsurpassed. Our establishbottles of them I was cured." For sale Mr. Virgil Sebastian has left home ment is equipped with the best and lmo. for a few months visiting with his most modern appliances for doing all by all dealers. brother in Illinois. kinds of Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing Mr. Homer and Virgil Sebastian en- every department is HAMMA.CK tertained a number of young folks last Operated By Experts Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. Thursday night at their home on Long Branch. whe thoroughly understand the busiMr. John Boain lost a mare last week Mr. W. E. Whitaker our hustling ness. Every garment that leaves our age 30 years. merchant has about completed his im shop is absolutely Clean and Spotless. James Parsons bought a mule from provements on his store and is doing Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonSam Hall for $25. able. Come in and see us. good business. Mrs. Bell Tankersley was a visitor at Miss Mary Jane Prewitt, Dicy and Hammack Saturday. t lora Adkison also Jlary Layton were Miss Mary Beazley was visiting home the guest of Annie Layton last Saturfolks Saturday and Sunday. day and Sunday and a joyful time was F. G. Hammack sold two hogs to passed. Mrs. E. H. Walker at 8c per lb. Public Square. Lizzie Hammick of Cartel sville is SCAB ON CATTLE. visiting little Sarah E. L. Hammack. NINA. d Bug gies Our New Spring Stock of Piiissnnn'JTnEi Buggies. Carts & Ruoaiiouts have just arrived from the ferent factories. dif- Great Industry We have a complete line from which you can make your selection. Come and compare our line with others. We will guarantee to save you at least 15 per cent on your selection. All styles, colors and prices. Also have us to do your rubber tireing for you. Phone 27. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Becker, Ballard & Co. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Alexander Stamp, 12696. Foaled April 12. 1905. Mrs. Lucy Hammack of Cartersville visited her aunt S. E. Hammack Sunday. Miss Ida Hurt of Lowell and sister, Mrs. Parsons and Miss Myrtle Parsons made a short visit to Mrs. S. E. Stuap, bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William 12426. 9710 j'.'iA form. hrod and dose to ground. Just the horse to get work and Dam Sally Hamilton, This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, brood rnw't from Recently I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares and he said "The Clyde Horse was the only drafthe could get.that would urn a KSlflilf hnrap from a TVxas nnnv mare un." this means a great deal irrt &J .wr horses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse ha proven as sure as any horse I ever kept for service. 4r? William Pointer Sr, had a stroke of paralysis Sunday morning, and died Tuesday evening of last week. He was 69 years of age. Ben Hammack left the 18th for Michigan, he landed there in due time and writes back here that he likes out there fine. He has our best wishes. Nothing So Good For A Cough Or Cold. When you have a cold you want the I v.'ill also at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks. 15 and 15J lit. standard, as much bone. foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with best medicine obtainable so as to get liar loU of weight, both sound and prompt. Look at the above stock before breeding. rid of it with the least possible delay. There are many who consider ChamTo berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed. These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says, ''Ev- $12.00 TO INSURE. Jacks Stand at $10.00 Insure. Uaiwa as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great a3 tin? greatest. He was 1G hands hieh. Dam of older Jack was by Governor Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above rftocfc will rrotke the season of 1914 at Butna Vista. Ky. A lien retained on all money Tor further information, apply to colts for 1 G. H. RUBLE, Agent. 46158. s. er since my daughter Ruth was cured of a severe cold and cough by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kindly disposed toward the I manufacturers of that preparation. know of nothing so quick to relieve a cough or cure a cold." For sale by All Dealers. lmo. UAIMvNIUIKl. HI growth around the eyes and in blotches on the neck and sometimes further back on the body. It is a parasite and will spread from one animal to another and will live for years in u bum that has been Infected by cattle that have It It Is transmissible to people handling cattle so affected If they should happen to rub the affected spots with bare wrist or hand, as one Is apt to do In tying or stanchioning. On the human it comes as hundreds of small festers, which scab over and keep spreading and are very painful. After trying everything I could think of, even the best carbolic acid, brushed on with a feather, and only aggravating the sore. In my desperation one day I mixed some hog's lard and sulphur together, rubbed It on freely, and the sores disappeared like magic, says C. W. Cobb In the National Stockman. I used It on cattle with like results. I smeared the stanchions with the mixture and have never had a case of It since. I have told others of it, and they have used It and killed the scab IK on their cattle. The remedy is so simple and easily made that a child can make and use it. Just mix hog's lard full of sulphur and rub It In thoroughly. Danger In Feeding Salt. There is considerable danger In feeding salt to ewes just before lambing time. Many cases have been known where abortion has been traced directly to the use of salt during this period. Sheep must have salt and plenty of It. but this is one time during the life eyrie when it should be withheld. Xot only have bad results been noticed from the feeding of t.:ilt. but when ihcep have been fed a liberal supply nf beets or turnips abortion has been more prevalent than otherwise. This U attributed to the fact that there is more salt in these feeds than in others. Wheat as a Cattle Feed. In finishing cattle for market considerable grain is required. Steers cannot consume enough of the ordinary roughage to lay on much fat. While corn is generally considered almost indispensable in finishing stock for market, wheat can be used very satisfactorily ys substitute. Owing to the fact that the grains of wheat are small and hard it is necessary to grind it in ordT to securn the best results. Watch the Lambs. Sheep more than any other domestic animals require variety in food, says the Farm and Fireside. In the fields they are able to cater for themselves, but in the yards they are dependent on their keeper, and it is up to him. if he hopes to make the best possible profit out f iiiem, to see that this desire for variety Is as f.ir as possible gratified. After lambing is over a much wider range of feeding is admissible, and, in fact, there is hardly anything in the range of grains, meals, succulence and roughage which may not safely be given to ewes with their lambs so long as they seem to enjoy and fairly clean up what is given them. "Watch the Iambs" is the best rule to follow. If they show signs of falling off the source of the trouble is almost sure to be found in something in the feeding or care of the ewes that needs a change. Impure water, foul air. rotten lair, dirty feeding troughs, want of salt, exposure to heavy rains, rough treatment of any kind any of these evils If continued will greatly help to lessen the hoped for profits. c-- Simple Remedy For This Common Pest of the Farm Stable. "Barnyard Itch" is a white scabby Lime, Cement, Fertilizer and COW PEAS have recently" been added to our line and we are prepared to supply your wants on short notice and at prices that will interest you. Phone 70. ft TV Read the Bankrupt Sale on page 3. Mrs. Jesse Sanders is visiting friends at Hackley. Mr. Jim Clark has a severe attack of rheumatism. Registered Vol. 18. Standard Mrs. Rout of Paint Lick was the ( lcjon- - fit.', J:iT : Mn-o- f Ci, Iuuiof C5 Dark Ktebt guest last week of Mrs. Mary Doty. Mre of 21 itic Search-- ( Noon dm By ht Klmo 275. , Sik'iit IlrojW UTfii llilit 2:03!... Hrielitllelit The Ladies Working Society will Great lirood Mare. J ir.'J 2.l.f.'. Hark Wilks 2:Ut meet at the residence of D. S. Swope Vnl ( Harrr Clay 4i. 2 CO Iltecoi.1 Itill Iliirn i n;',. Jemn CU) . . etc. Sire ofl. (lams olM. Metiiou next Thursday at 2 p. m. ( Norwood BellH I.tiinia - . lli.nk .,.e:;. Zarrine Great brood mare Itv Norwood 522. llioot Mrs. Fanny Pollard and Miss Eugenia 2 I7", ly llellltrook l. ( lluon Yl'lllcs 47M. 2:18. 2 in ? Pollard have been visiting her daughter i Moko 2UV7 Sire or 12 In2:IO. etc. , Mrs. Ella Cecil of Danville. I Mr of Ilrenda Yorke (Jneeii Ethel I Hy Mrathmore 10. ' Olayo Ferno S:os!J, 2nil';. Miss Clodie Belle, the daughter of . 2:00H. ;lli.i of ItleticlieiUnfit 121 j Native Belle (l 2:w;. l)amofBuinpi0.Wi. 2 IVA irM'i. Oilier Silk (4) Mr. Jim Speaks, has recently had a very ti. 2 17. out of a lull II Monrlco (31 2:07 Susie Wilkes Niuro..,1 1000.2.21 r.. successful operation for appendicitis. ?hit to silent nrook Utetty Clay etc. Sire of i:an uiiKes'J-t-i- ; ! 2 I'.'. Jenny Clay Half Muter to Sll Misses Nell and Stella Clark and Mrs Mr Ilarrv Cla 4.'.. l!rook2:t;;4. KeddieClav 23 Teleafus Pollard went to Lowell last Dam of Sllei.t Brook and 1.111 Claj (I2r24. 2:21' iIniii of True f.Wi. KeddleCl.iy 4 week to visit their aunt Mrs Kuhlman. 2:2.Vj.etc. A fish supper will be given at the Silent Brook 19763, 2:16J. sire of Billy Burk 2:03J, Meadow Brook 2:06J. new home of Mrs. Henry McAfee by H iJjhor .nQ3 Rmmg Drnnlr 7.arrirn Roltu Rrnnb Lady Bellhrviok 2:10.' Butter BrookWO, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate ; the Iadlf of Pleasant Grove church (t) 'i.llj, etc SireJ dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:0"i, etc. His dam, Jenny Apr. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper returned CI dUo produced Reddie Clay 2:23L and was grandam of Prue 2:21. Birmingham Ala, Thursday where Sfoko 24457, .s.re of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda from they have been spending the winter Yjrke (31 2:03? (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;04J, Native Belle (2) 2:07 (Futurity daughter Mrs Wm Anderson filly) Manrico (3) 2:07J (Futurity wi- with their vmser,) (3) 2.0i)J (champ:on Rev. Mahan, T. D. Chesnut and Miss nter. Silver Silk (1) 2;03J, Susie N. (3) 2:09J (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 ftiobeJ Mochester 2:10. Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) Susan Sutton attended the 5th Sunday eUr Sired di'ns of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) meeting at Burgin and were the guests 2.0-i- . Martha Tipton (1) 2:991. o'Neii (3) 2:132. etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03, of Messrs Henry Burdette and Simeon Johnson' while there. They were deit iron D. 2:10. etc lighted with the hospitality of the Bur-gi- n J&Uiucher 46153. record mile 2:14?. half in 1:06, last quarter in trial people, 32 seconds, 's a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly reiembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great The Spelling Match conducted by Futurity wre Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse fami- Mr. Harry Edwards last Friday afterlies of the present day. He being a real race horse himself, having had very noon was hugely enjoyed bv all who little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this attended. Misses Annie Blanks and harae it of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his Beulah Sutton were appointed as Captains. In a short time all in Miss Sut-to.shir af the money sure. line dropped out leaving the vicBLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect tory for Miss Blanks. Again the spellers were lined for spelling, Mr Edwards rreanceca, ra no boota or weights. He has an undefeated record in the T Kocd C1h for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road this time announced the one who stood up the longest would receive a nice box tborae out thi year. of candy. Mr. Martin Evans of this Tfaig is a. good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed inplace received the candy and was lustily to tb SUest families of the trotting blood. Iook this horse's breeding over and cheered. naay they have in the list both sire and dam. suv Deafness Cannot Be Cured "SStis great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in by local applications, aa they cannot reach the diseaaed portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure dearneia, and that l iCancaster. Kentucky, at by constitutional JBLEUCHER Record 2:29 , Trial 2:14 Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:274. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15$ hands, foaled 1906. 1 I i1,. : :. BAILEY & LEWIS Lancaster, Ky. iisi 2M-r,- . ir.r-iuwj-.,, -- I "a OUTSIDE It is true economv to select the K best paint your money will buy. It costs vou iust as much to paint j'our property whether you use inferior paint or Mastic Paint, the kind that lasts. Results will prove this to you in a short time. Be on the safe side and use Mastic Paint. ns Specify It In Your Contract For almost half a century Mutlc Pilnt has stood the test of time. It is the unadulterated combination of the finest Pure White Lead. Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Cil in correct proportions. TIic formula is plainly printed on ever can. tSSlS w-a- Stal-ilioi- (airtnttea' to Ire perfect sithfictltn. You don't run any risk using Mutlc Paint. It is It covers more surface, lasts longer, and. therefore, is more economical than any other paint. Keeps your house bright and attractive and enhances its value. There's a Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Beautifully $20.00 ;X C-t- r To Insure A Living Colt. re-txi- .n jirepared to take care of mares ontgrdas at lOcts per day. Lien oa co!ts for service fee. Money due when mare. is traded or parted with. cakex to ji re rent accidents but not responsibl.should any occur. W. B. BURTON, -- jtECEPHONE No. 95. LANCASTER, KY. remedies. Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When you have a rumbling this tube is inflamed sound or imperfect hearlnc and when It is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to lta normal condition, hearing- - will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothlnr but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. V. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio, i Sold by Druggists. 76c Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Clean the Barnyard. Piles of manure and manure puddles .are In very bad form around the dairy barn and look bad for the owner, says tie "Farm Journal. Manure Is too valuable to be allowed to lie in heaps or spread around the yard. It should be spread on the land dally, or be put un der shelter. From a sanitary standpoint; It should be removed from the buildings.. There was a time when a farmyard .stench" was regarded as healthful, but In our day we have learned, better. There, is now absolutely no excuse for a filthy hogpen. FREE illustrated ft book, "Homes, and How to Paint TJiemValso color card of 45 Ask us color combinations. for other booklets and color cards of Pet Gee Flnbhes, or write direct to reilJK-fillttt- Adamant Floor Paint, Craoatain, lor Roofs; Pee Gee Barn Paint, Pee Gee Porch Paint, Pee Gee Carriage, Implement, and Wagon Paint, lor relinishint woodwork; and other popular Pee Gee Finishes. " BBBBBSS1BBBBS For Sale by CLtrisTult. BtCOSPOSATZO. KT. The Central Record, Thursday April 2, 1914. LEGISLATURE Page? SEE0 CORN When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late but Order COMPLETES WORK Many New Laws For Kentucky SUMMARY OF BILLS PASSED Far reaching in Importance to the People of the State are come of the Bills Enacted Workmen's Compensation Provided For Limiting Passenger Fare to 2'z Cents a Mile Goes Through. TODAY The Hot Springs Remedy a Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEIitt, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, Frankfort, Ky. After enacting a large number of new laws, the Kentucky General Assembly adjourned. RHEUMATISM, SENATE BILLS. The following bills were passed durAnd all other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. ing the whole session: Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood S. B. Xo. 1. W. W. Booles, Spencer county To create building commisand Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. sion to administer fund for erecting Bottles--- ? Full Course Treatment-S- ix and equipping county buildings. S. B. Xo. 4. J. F. Bosworth, Bell Singles Bottle--$5.0- 0 county To extend circuit court terms Disease We Prepare a Remedy for in Veil and Harlan counties. S. B. Xo. 1G4. J. T. Tunis, Lexington To require State and local boards Offeree! of health to conduct courses of studv iu prevention and cure of infectious diseases of the eye, and prescribe duties of physicians and nurses. Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private S. B. Xo. 145. C. F. Jlontgomerv, Casey county To amend section 9C5, Hot Springs Medicine Company, Kentucky Statutes, to change time of 1-2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. holding circuit court in Twenty-nintdistrict. S. U. Xo. S4 Walker C. Hall, To gie State banks authority to own stock in Federal reserve banks. S. B. Xo. 104. W. A. Frost, Graves county To amend chapter 81, article 1, of the State constitution, so that a petition for a county local option election is sufficient, if signed by 25 per cent of the voters of the whole county. Will make the season of 1914 at my f ,V S. B. Xo. 2. B. Antle, Sixteenth Displace on Lexinjrton pike at aaLVW trict To require graded schools to maintain high school, to permit $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. them to extend or decrease boundary; to provide means for abolishing them; Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest to permit their boundaries to include nut with star and left hind foot white. parts of two counties; to consolidate He is royally bred, being bv Kentucky with rural schools; to levy tax not ex1st Peavine and he bv Rex Peavine. ceeding 50 cents; to require 150 pu' dam Maud Helton by Madison Squirrel. '-' " Hs pils in graded district; to require approval by board and superintendent You will make no mistake by breedof petition for graded district electibn. ing to this horse. S. B. Xo. 3. C. D. Arnett, Thirty-fourtI will also at same time and place District To deprive person stand my two fine Jacks at convicted of carrying concealed weap1 on of citizenship for two years, and My Jacks are fine individuals and their breeding can be furnished you at make second offense felony. S. B. Xo. 7. W. A. Frost, First Dismy barn. Lien retained on all colts for season money. Season due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible trict To amend Section 4023, Kentucky Statutes, relating to taxation, should any occur. by striking out words, "if property be sold before February 1, of the year in which taxes are due and payable, it shall be the duty of purchaser to pay taxes thereon, and if sold after February 1, in the year in which taxes are due and payable, it shall be the duty of seller to pay taxes thereon." srjIUfi US w S. B. Xo. 11. Charles Knight, Thirty-sixth District To define liability of employer for compensation o workman injured in industrial employment. S. B. Xo. 15. S. L. Robertson, Thirty-eiH You'M fnd it en the top of each 1 ghth District To license plumbpenuine ers in first and second class cities. S. B. Xo. 17. G. G. Speer, Twentieth B District To regulate method of paying appropriations to public instituIt is j ut ihero to protect you as well tions. as us fycir. . m imitator. Roofs covered S. B. Xo.39. J. F. Bosworth, Sevenwith t' .'sc shingles 27 years ago are j;ood toJay. ; .id have never needed reteenth District To revise road laws. pairs. Th-il'- s why they're imitated. S. B. Xo. C3. S. K. Glenn, Third Therefore, look for this stamp. District To create office of CommisFor Sale by sioner of Pensions and ConLocal Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, federate Pension Act. 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. S. B. Xo. 76. J. F. Bosworth, Seventeenth District To give consent to acquisition of Xational forest reserve in Kentucky. S. B. Xo. 77. J. F. Bosworth, Seventeenth District To permit third class cities to adopt commission government. S. B. Xo. SI. S. It. Glenn, Third District To provide for election of United States Senators by popular vote. S. B. Xo. 91. J. T. Tunis, Twenty-sevent- h District To repeal Section i LCriitta5i7 331a, Kentucky Statutes, Child Labor SAW? Z&gz&iZ&Z, It. Law, and enact substitute, regulating W employment of children. A MSfti 1W.T.TNJ ...? rjanr .vw.vyii'i'i y. jrjr WtV S. B. Xo. 94. S. K. Clenn, Third District To prevent children under 10 ,? being committed to Eouse of Reform, and to provide that counties must paj expense of conveying to House of Reform any child under 16 committed to ThelHCLine CTEEL frame on steel wheels that it, unless convicted of a felony. CRAIN AND HAT S. B. Xo. 130. Webster Helm, Twenty-fis the lasting basis on which InterMACHINES Bicaerf, Reapers ifth District To amend Section 3, national manure spreaders are built. All Mowers Header. Chapter 72, Acts of 1910, to exempt Rakes, Stackers parts, including box, beater, spreading Hay Laers Btate Warrants from taxation. mechanism, apron, are built by experts, Bar Prestes MALARIA, 18.00 Evcy Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Suffering Women. 803 h Cov-ingto- u fladison Peavine 3405 tut--?- W h ceedlng 50 days, and jurisdiction In all misdemeanor cases. S. B. Xo. 148. S. L. Marshall, Fifth District To create illiteracy Commission. S. B. Xo. 153. S. L. Marshall, Fifth District To amend section 3290, in 2, Article 4, Chapter 89, Kentucky Statutes, to provide for oiling streets in Third Class Cities. S. B. No. 179. M. O.' Scott, Nineteenth District To amend Section 2, Chapter 18, Acts of 1912, to require fire marshal of regular storage of in flammable materials, to provide for enforcement of his orders, to require fire drill and teaching of fire prevention in schools. S. B. Xo. 213. J. H. Durham, Ninth District To authorize Prison Commission to lease land for prison farms. S. B. No. 215. Webster Helm. Twenty-fifth District To amend charter of Twelve Mile Turnpike Company, to repeal right to collect toll for Four Mile Creek bridge, in Campbell County. S. B. Xo. 238. Charles H. Knight, Thirty-sixtDistrict To amend Section 171, of Constitution, to permit classification of property for purposes of taxation. S. B. Xo. 250. Charles H. Knight, Thirty-sixtDistrict To amend acts relating to House of Reform, to require submission of monthly accounts to Prison Board and approval of Governor for appointment of positions and to turn into State treasury all revenues from House of Reform. S. B. Xo. 25S. M. O. Scott. Nineteenth District To create Sixteenth Senatorial district to be composed of Clinton, Cumberland, Monroe. Russell and Wayne Counties, and Nineteenth District to be composed of Adair, Barren and Metcalfe. S. B. No. 2GS Hite Huffaker, Thirty-seentDistrict To require employment of prisoners, whose labor is not now under contract, on public work, and require other State institutions to purchase supplies manufactured in State prisons in preference to others. S. B. No. 267. Charles H. Knight, Thirty-sixt- h District To amend charter of first class cities, giving city power to require laying of lateral pipes from gas and water mains before streets are paved. S. B. No. 269. J. R. Zimmerman, Twelfth District To amend Section 2487, Kentucky Statutes, relating to lien of employes and material men on real estate and other property of manufacturing, mining or public improvement companies, assigned for benefit of creditors. S. B. No. 270. H. G. Overstreet, Eighth District To require looseleaf tobacco sales warehousemen to post on premises amount and price of each day's sales. sub-sectih h S. B. No. 303. W. W. Booles, Four- $ 0.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt. Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. Kay B WhMW tJi?$S6 CORTRIGHT Metal Shingle teenth District To amend Section 300 Kentucky Statutes, to provide for board of trustees of five members for Institute for Blind. S. B. Xo. 313. W .W. Booles, Fourteenth District To change name of Capitol Square Police to Executive Marshal, and fix salary at $1,350. S. B. Xo. 321. C. D. Arnett, Thirty-fourt- h District To provide for two additional assistant mine inspectors, fix salary of chief at ?3,000, and prescribe duties. S. B. Xo. 326 J. T. Tunis, Twenty-sevent- h District To repeal and reen-ac- t Section 3076, Kentucky Statutes, to permit cities to fix and regulate manner of collecting liquor license. S. B. No. 345. N. Cobern, Thirty- fifth District To amend Sectiou 053,1 Chapter 32, Article 4, Division 1, Kentucky Statutes, to permit employment of extra examiners by Insurance Commissioner. S. B. Xo. 35S. C. H. Knight, Thirty-sixt- h District To amend Section 747, 8, Chapter 32, Kentucky Statutes, to increase allowance of Insurance Commissioner for salaries, from $5,000 to $9,S00 n HOUSE BILLS. International Harvester annre Spreaders K vrt-'ifHJ- !" . aiasju c lgp3 i sss CORN MACHINES rUeters, Pickers Bladen, Csltirstsrs Easilacc Cvtters SkeUers, Skrcdders TILLAGE CsitjTatars CENIRAL LINE 03 aid Cas Eajiaea 03 Trsctars Maaare Spreader Creass Separators Fans Waroas Motor Tricks Tkreskers GralaDiHIs Fttd Graders KbHo Graders Easier Tana Per, SpriacTutk, aid Disk Htrrtwl using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built lor long life and ease of draft Among the features that will interest you are these: Simple S. B. Xo. 141. W. B. Moody, Twenty-firs- t mechanism, all Iirotected beater driving insuring traction; of steel; on rear axle, reversible gear and worm; low, easily loaded box, with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc All styles are in the I H C spreader line, high and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small and large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell you also where you may see I H C manure spreaders. Jiicoracriled) District To give county judges and magistrates exclusive jurisdiction of penal cases in which limit of fine Is $20; and give county judge jurisdiction of penal cases in which fine Vmit is $100 and jail sentence not ex- - H. B. Xo. 30. John B. Duffy, Cliri tian county To require State employes to furnish Auditor item-z-ed statement of expenses. H. B. Xo. 145. Louis Tieina'i. Cair.u bell county To amend section r,71S-1Kentucky statutes, relating to organization of towns, so as to perr.it unclassified tcn or taxing di.tr.c: already having i.iunicipul powers a u 250 inhabitants to tie incorporated w .; j present boundaries. II. B. Xo. 275. Frank C. Crei.nr "2, Carroll comuj To amend 4, 5, 6, 13. chapter 5, acts of 1P12, !o ghe State rating board authoritj to '..:. fiat ratsa fo- - lire ir.ouranco proiri;: .s II. B. No. 20C V. L. Hampton, r.ii-tocounty To prohibit trausporta'ion of liquor for sale in local option terii-tor- y and to prohibit persons having in possession liquor for sale in such territory, excepting druggists; to require common carriers to keep records of liquor shipments in separate books and make them prima facie proof in proceedings for violations of the localj option law. IL B. Xo. 40. M. S. Walton, Fayette county To make it a penal offense to draw check on bank in which drawer has not deposit equal to r.mount of check. H. B. Xo. 27. John C. Duffy, Chri.- sec-Join t;an county To create State text book commission, which shall adopt text books for all common schools. H. B. No. 295. R. B. Hutchcraft, Jr.. I have Boone County White Bourbon county To provide for uniand Red Cob CORN from the form accounting and inspection of crops of 1912, also Reids Yelpublic offices. low Dent crop of 1913 which H. B. No. 134. L. M. Smith, Mercer has been carefully hand picked county To punish making or use of as well as all other farm Seeds. false statements to obtain property on The Barber Shop Style Write for samples and prices. credit. is on Richmond Street. H. B. Xo. 59. W. A. Perry, Jefferson W. BUSH NELSON. county To license trained nurses. Get your Hair Cut to fit your head Lexington, Ky. We make a specialty of blocking H. B. Xo. 494. John A. Judy, Montgomery county To amend chapter Children's Hair. 116, acts of 1910, to provide for elecHENRY DUNCAN, tion of county commissioners in aL.tiPSriTrf' t 1 14 Vl i (tt W Mil M 7 lTll Richmond Street rj V counties containing fourth-clas- s cities E!CjMMLl!Lffii.'-tLiVjjfin 1915. It has the only real continuous H. B. Xo. 183. W.L. Hampton, Fuldoor opening. ton county To provide for county aid Hoops made of tested steel. in building levees. Hoops can be adjusted from lad- i H. B. Xo. 35. E. D. Stone, Crittender front door frame. den County To limit passenger fare Doors made of California Red- i Good Service. to 2 cents the mile. Prices Right wood, "The Wood Eternal." The location of our factory gives u H. B. Xo. 3S E. L, Brown, Daviess Phone 354-factory, and County To provide for one poll tax lowest freight froma mill toSila and Savm from I... .. to vou. Get bttttr Lancaster, - - Kentucky. writing us for catalog and prices. in cities of third class. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. H. B. Xo. GO. W. M. Webb, Johnson t (Incorporated) lOmSYME County To abolish third class teach- P. 0. Statico F. II. I D. ers' certificates, provide for three county examinations, changing date of one from August to September. H. B. Xo. 63. II. J. Meyers, Kenton County To provide annuity fund for Oilice at liatitoj s Liver) Stab.v school teachers in second class cities. -- -- Lancaster. Kcri'ukv H. B. Xo. 70. J. G. Coke, Logan County To extend common school term to 8 months. Of BGl'RBON POULTRY CURE H. B. Xo. 77. L. M. Smith, Mercer down a chick's throat curei County To permit fourth class cities Cain's, A few drops la tho ui inking water cures anil to adopt commission governmenL prevents cholera, diarrhoea ana otherchick II. B. Xo. 82. J. W. Douglas, Owen : - 'vJe lmtcsdisease- One I pallons of County To fix punishment for derogu. tne At all amp? ?i; -'e ir i tfand booklet en DUatory statements affecting the credit .X2Ll.f' JJ1 I . ..V, C.Wrl.. CVMW A 1 li. IV. jiorriin-- , ir.tlu.ite Oplit-iU' ... ..'...... Lit.. VDVL of financial institutions. 2ouSon Eemedy Co. len-- cr r H. B. No. SG. J . W. Douglas, Owen County To provide for issuance of search warrants in illicit liquor cases. II. B. No. 109. Frank C. Greene, and Carroll County To amend Act of 1904. The National Weekly relating to State Board of Umbalmins. so as to include the regulation of "undertaking." H. B. No. ISO. G. II. Cary, McLean Opposite Post Otru Until this year County To repeal Chapter 90. Acts Cottitt's has been Bath In Connection. of 1912, providing for appointment of sold at $5.50. Now the price is $2.50 county inspector of weights and meas1 3 aTl TO andnehavesccured rrUTI32 S71 ures. aconcession whereI4e H. B. No. 196. John McDyer, Boyd by we can offer it at a still further County To provide State aid in buildreduction in coning roads and levy tax of five cents nection with this for state road fund. H. B. No. 242. H. J. Meyers. Kenton County To regulate motor vehicles, Special Offer to Our Readers create office of commissioner of mo- Kccognizine the crcat demand for Collier's at Physician and Surgeotv. price, to tor vehicles and board of examiners the newand our we have made arrangementsyear own publication each one offer it for the price of Collier's alone. This i a limited LANCASTER', KY. to license chauffeurs. otter and must be taken advantage of promptly. H. B. No. 258. Adam Spahn. JefferSe"!'j!?iice Phone Zl(?' Office I'hcne C. son County To repeal Section 2417, What You Get m Collier's and amend Section 4224, Kentucky CotUer's i the one big. independent, fearless oote Boiiis weekly of the v:hole country. Not only is it the uaiiift' Statutes, to require itinerant mergood citizen's handbook but it is also a a m :o J2. 1 r in. to 4 8th ii.m chants to pay a license of $250 and magazine for the whole family. Among the things that a year's subscription gives arci put up bond of $1,000 to secure credi13- 1000 Editorials tors. 600 News Photos Short Articles 250 II. B. Xo. 272. T. J. Jones, Calloway DESTTIST. ISO Short Stories County To authorize State Board of 100 Illustrated Features Plioi rj. 2 Complete Norela ,.". M' f t. f Education to grant certificates to $2.50) graduates of colleges to teach in high Colli s schools and to validate certificates of Central Record .J. other States. II. B. Xo. 27S. W Bailey, Magoffin County To grant license to practice medicine without examination to persons who graduated from medical Pamt school on or before July 1, 1905. II. B. No. 279. T. R. Jones. Calloway County To reduce bonds of prison wardens to $20,000 and deputies to $10,000. Should be Engraved or II. B. No. 2S0. C. B. Nichols, FayM. K. BeEHj aai W. A. Wtalm ette County To amend Article 2. Embossed nowadays. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Chapter 5, Kentucky Statutes, to empower Live Stock Sanitary Board to 0...i c sturiu Hciltliiijcotei Hi f It reflects good taste and Furml'ire mois take charge of all epidemics among at once creates a favorable KENTUCKY LANCASTER. domestic animals and employ a veterimpression. inarian. H. B. No. 440. Joseph Boitnott, Suppose you come and see Caldwell County To appropriate the many beautiful samples quarterly to the Confederate Homo for four years. we have and get our prices. H. B. No. 444. Elwood Hamilton, Franklin County To amend Section 699, Kentucky Statutes, to entiiU- insurance companies to proper crej t in reduction of liabilities for rr-:Office Phone 27. Kesutence Pho; 3urance in companies not authorized I' J to do business in State, prowriing tuo LANCASTER K per cent premium tax paid on sue!: i CARDS. GENTLEMEN for Prop. ? A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. lac-to- rv to-d- Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J1 Collier's WS in Clubs u2. THE NEW First Time Barber Shoo as &9ilUJJ W. M. ELLIOTT, r.-- IT. "WAZrKi $icoi$2.50 &"' H. PATRICK, Dentist, Personal Stationery Lici, Kenttkr $10,-28- 0 jS BEAZLEY Funeral Director Central Record. ana Embalmed r. - H. B. Xo. 473 H. J. .Meyers. Kenton County To amend Stciion r"3j, Kentucky Statutes, so that cit;. instead of contractor shall collect street impro enient apportionment assessments in second class ciiies. H. B. Xo. 524. M. S. Walton, Fayette County To increase numcer of trustees of State University by addition of 6 alumni members elected by alumni. Ii. B. Xo. 352. John A. Jii), .'.u . gomery County To appropriate M!0. 000 for care ot Capitol and .Maas.aii under direction of Capitol Commission. H. B. Xo. 559. J. J. Huff, Harlan County To declare highways connecting county seats public works. H. B. Xo. 5S3 H. J. .Meyers, Kenton County To provide automobile for for county engineer of county levying road tax over $50,000. H. B. No. 597 M. S. Walton, Fayette County To require tobacco sales warehousemen to keep daily account of sales and make monthly sucrn Itatement as to sale of types to of Agriculture. ssp3 j id 3 jpa mi .jq Wata Ss23 Vi' Strawberry Plants Ph u barb, Grape Vif " Fruit and Shade Trep Shrubs, Asparaj , Roses, Peonies Phlox, Etc. Garden. Hotel Henry Wat terson LOUISVILLE, KY. The Soi.ths mst pcpular priced, modem hotel. Absolutely f; aituaird in the very heart of the retail aiiopping district and near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate I Everything for Orchard. Ltrwn Write for free Catalogue. ait No Aftta H.P.Hillenmeyer & Lexington, KentceJtT-Nurserym- Son. en prices. Club Breakfast from 25c up; noon day Lunch 50c; table de hole Dinner. 6 to 8 p. m- - $ 1 .00. Alao elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. rrr. to I au m. Orchestral and vocal music since 1841. ROOM PRICES With running- - water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample raoma with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to male thi hotetyour headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. MONEY TT-- SUBSCRIBE FOR International Harvester Company of America New Albany Ckimpioa Ind. MeConucIc MHwu&ee Decrict Ottone flao V Onlcklr reliers Rrmnma.t! am- - Sara Hm. 1a K.nMlri. tlaal.axka 1 f i iti. J.I. A a.J Mm Dains. Yoor monr back-- if it fails to lie' -in irni .r tnr Tun- eT inn dm. .. Ulfccca mujuira tune. JTriceBOc Jit All Druggitta. Free aampte sad drralar sent oa reqvaat. TFRimras iO. T" i. W Jafc. 'TvoaPa' ut ?i r. We tell yen how. and nay bes market prices. We are dealers-establishe- d BOURBON 342 East Main SL, REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky, THE IICEHTRAL 1 RE CORD.i in I&C: andean do BETTER for ton th?n agents or coxnaafssicra mer cnants. Keierencesany DanB tnXoa-isvill- e. Write for weekly price lut &. & 33 E. Hartal St. KUISTIU IX. Deilers in FURS, HUES. WOOL. M. SABEL SONS $ .00 Per Year. H r ' - r 5 . t -- "i Page 8 FARMER'S COLUMN! Tne Central hecord, Thursday April 2, 1914. General News. SHELTER FOR HOGS FOLLOWING L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. The circuit court has been asked to pass upon the validity of the Lexington Sunday closing ordinance. dpaee below chu beading U foi cue exclu- In Sedalia Mo. on last Sunday mornour farmer aubecrlbers. and Is for ive use ol the sale of stock, gram and such things on ing it became necessary to' call out the farm as the farmer caunot affo'd to adver- fire department in order to quell a race tise. No notice will be accepted oer four liot. lines, and Hill be only in 'wo Issues of the Lawyers doubt the validity of the ECORn. trrf of ciinrge recently enacted twenty five percent I have forty barrels of old corn for local option clause because oi a sale. J. W. Tatem. R. F. D. No. 1. technicality. Eighty thousand railway emplojes For Sale:-A- . 300 paund sow with eight H. J. Tinsley. pigs. threaten to strike in Italy. Their de mands involve an increase amounting V. A. Lear bought of Scott Huffman to ten million dollars. a sow and eight pigs for $3C. The cities which are ta have the new "regional Banks" are expected to be Loccst posts. For Sale:-100- 0 J. V. Sanders. Judson, Ky. designated in the near future. Louis.-vilis a strong contender for one of Mr. J. W. Walker has a good new the banks. Studebaker wagon he will sell at a barIn the Democratic Senatorial primary gain. See him at once. election in Arkansas Judge William F. Kirby defeated Senator James P. Clark Luther Hunt, of Point Leavell. sold by 194 votes. The nomination said to Charles Ham. of near HedeeVllIe, a to be equivalent to election gelding for $155. Orthodox Jews of Lexington 1 ave SaIe;-Tw- o good milk cows with purchased a lot and will erect a newFor Jewish temple, where they will worship Morse Wheeler. calves. Fresh Teatersville Ky. in their original tongue. Manyof them do not understand the english interpreJ. Lee Murphy, of near Heageville. tation of the scriptures. iKMghtof Shel Oatts, of Danville, eight J. B. Higgin has invested $230,000 in 100 pound hogs at $8 a hundred Phoenix hotel stock in Lexington, there precluding the possibility of the James I. Hamilton has a good mare building of a new hotel by the Haggin mule, that is a fine worker and he interests. Extensive improvements wants to sell her had. Here's a bargain will be made in the Phoenix. Rep. Green, author of the Glenn I have for sale Johnson countywhite seed corn. J, E. Anderson, R. F. D.l. Green measure and Ruby LafFoon of the State Insurance Rating Board, are Lancaster, phone 324 A. in Washington in conference with Con- A. C. CotTey, of McKinney, Lincoln Congressman J. C. Cantrill over knotty insurance tangle. County, bought of N. O. True a sow and eight pigs at 7i cants per pound. As an oatcome ot the reported robbery of the First Netional Bank of GalJ. L. Murphy, of Hedgeville, sold to latin. Ky.. on March 201 h.. Will B. Bros, a drove of 40 hogs at 81 Brown, Mayor Center of Gallantin and Assiscents. tant Cashier of the Institution, and Wanted: To hire to some good farmer Hurbert B. Brown of Gallatin, an emWrite Andy ploye of the State Mining Department to work during the year. Burton or Mike Temple. are under arrest at Gallantin charged Camp Nelson, Ky. with embezzlement. A big battle has been in progress in FOR sale On my farm near Hubble, and around Torreon between the Mextimothy hay, either baled some choice ican Federals and Rebels for a week G. A. Swinebroad. or loose. and the fatalities are reaching into the To rent about 50 acres, ,or thousands. Reports are so contradicWanted less, of grass land for the year, to tory and uncertain that it is not known graze some short yearling cattle. Ad- who is getting the best of the fight. President Wilson regrets exceeding3L dress this office. ly so he has told the Louisville Com1 Jersey heifer and heifer calf and mercial Club, that he will not be able one aged brood and work mare. Good to attend the Conference of Business Men and Farmers to be held in Louisworker any where. Priced to sell. S. H. Aldrjdge. Hyattsville Ky. ville April and to the 10th. le Ken-tuck- Ji C'lTLE Arrive. l The place for stock at this seii-o- n where there are natural barriers to the winds, trees and hills, with refernce toward especially to a high the north, says It. 1. Dean hi tlie National Stockman The (itieMloii of shelter for hors In winter Is not solely one of a place for them to sleep. When they follow other stock ero.iture com forts apply to theiu alike. A tlj;lit board fence would be a good improvement on the knoll mentioned above. Then as soon as possible plant some trees. Groves of catalpa or osae or ange are frequently planted for this purpose. However, for real protection One Hundred $5.98 No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting- at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & New Wash Dresses We put out on special sale TUESDAY, MARCH 31st, a lot of over One Hundred New Wash Dresses in every size from 14 to 44 and in more than TWENTY-FIVE 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 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. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. The crossbred is the hog that make and has made good bunk accounts, says an Ohio ho,; raiser Furthermore, we know just where we are getting off. with no frills nor sentiment attached in these days of high priced feed, labor and My the ravages of hog cholera Ideal hog is produced by using a with a pure mature Tamworth sire Pobred Berkshire, Du land China or Chester White sow, and 1 prefer them In the order named The picture shows the long snout characteristic ot the pure bred Tamnorth hog will Sam Castello, one of the best known in Lincoln county, bought of Saturday Once Thought Unlucky. R. T. Bruce, of near Stanford, 9 shoats Saturday takes Its name from Sae-te- r, weighing 45 pounds each at 8cents per the Roman Saturnus, and for a long time it was looked on as the pound. day of the week. Mr. J. M. Cress, of Preachersville, has four good milk cows for sale, two Vorld to Be Frozen to Death. of them fresh and two will be fresh in The received religious doctrine is April. that our planet is to perish by fire, but a prominent astronomer holds George Boone, of near Preachersville that its doom and the universe's doom bought of Dan Traylor, of Stanford, a an inconceivably far-of- f doom is to sow weighing 500 pounds at 7j cents be frozen to death; "the ultimate end per pound. is absolute frigidity in the blackness of interstellar night" shoats averaging about FOR SALE:-2- 5 45 lbs and 1 hrood sow, weight about Hawk Probably "P.attled." 300 lbs. Will tarrow in May. A hawk attacked a woman teacher Clarence Green, Paint Lick, R R 2. recently in Felinfoel council school, J. H. Bustle, of Lincoln county, sold Llanelly, Wales. The bird flew through open window and clinging to the to Jones & Cress, well known stock the woman's blouse was only dislodged dealers of the county, 48 hogs at eight with difficulty when one of the male cents per pound. 25 averaged 147 teachers came to the rescue. The pounds and 24 averaged 137 pounds. bird is now in a cage in one of the classrooms. Walton Moss has&ome of his premium It is the Boone seed corn for sale. County White variety and there is none Cow Particular as to Its Tipple. A Tralee (England) farmer has a better. He also has several hundred cow which refuses to drink water suppounds of honey for sile. plied In the ordinary way. Then she T. W. Jones' the Stock dealer of is thirsty she leaves the field, goes to Stanford, recently bought the following a lane where there is a water tap, stock: 27 hogs of J- - C. Pebbles at 7J turns this on and takes a drink. The cents; a bunch of hogs of M. C. New-lan- d story is supported by photographs, the cow is at 8 cents; 23 of H. G. Lute3 at 7J and tap off after credited with turning drinking. the cents per pound. farrrers a double line of Norway spruce is very good. The tree Is easier to grow and more vigorous than other pines. As is well known, the hair covering the bogs Is not sufficient to protect them from excessive cold. The hud die to keep warm or burrow Into str.iw or leaves to shelter them from winds These places are often tlauip Thej hogs emerge from such places hot and steaming. The sudden effect of the chill is Injurious. It is not likely that hogs kept with feeding cattle under these conditions will thrive well. The solution of the problem lies in a proper protection for the yards and warm and dry quarters for sleeping Some stock hnndlers locate their feeding yards in the heart of a thick woods and succeed in keeping their stock quite comfortable. Ordinarily a straw stack is located In the feeding yard. This Is an advantage to the cattle, but not to the hogs. Vet the hogs like to sleep around these stacks. The dlffl culty Is that it is hard to keep hogs with cattle in open lots without the disadvantage of their burrowing into the straw or under the feeding boxes The colder the lot the greater the tendency to huddle together. The better way is to shut the hogs away from the stacks and boxes at night, providing a warm and dry shelter for them. It may be that an apartment in the barn or other building can be opened to them. We find our hog house with wooden floor eighteen inches above ground furnishes a satisfactory sleeping place for bogs In winter. We have not tried the concrete floor, but the elevated wooden floor is usually dry. This building is boarded close to the ground. Large hogs do not particularly require bedding, but plg need more warmth, and bedding Is sup plied tbem. THE FRESHENING COW. I , STYLES. Materials are Printed Crepes, Rice Cloth, Plain White Crepes, Novelty White Crepes, Ratines, Embroidered Crepes and Batistes, Etc. CHOICE $5.98. WSUB&KCfes IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied Leavel-Heade- d jOJP" that you will no longer be without it. I A. B. Robertson &mts & Bro men realize the importance of In surance; but we wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the advantages of Insurance, and respectfully solicit an opportunity tc to give them information. FRISBIE & THOMAS, KY. CHieS tove Qhat HflfeKtooItoc uits Skirt? LANCASTER. Office Citizens National Bank Danville, Kentucky. ROUND HILL. this writing. M Mr. Went Smith bought Mr. Leslie (!) Long's farm near here for $2200. : Miss Estelle Prewitt is visiting her brother Mr. Alex Prewitt of Kirks-villThe farmers are hustling around turning over the 3od for burley and corn. Master James Baker of Richmond is visiting his uncle Mr. Wiley Prewitt of Round Hill. Round Hill is on quite a boom. Mrs. Henry Prewitt is very ill, Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. ("unrics A. Hardiu. Commonuenlths Attorney Ilou.Kmmet yen. at a- Coming To Lexington Opera House m M - Circuit Clerk WlllUm H. Mason. Jlaster Commissioner W. II. Broun. Trustee Jury Fund BeuJ K. Robluson. Official Court Stenographer Ml js Sae Shelby Masou. County Judge C. A.Arnold. County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Bobiusnn. Deputy SLerlfl Oeorge T. Ballard. (Schools Miss Jennie Hig Saperjntendant - Pur- - Easter Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday APRIL 13, 14 and 15. WITH WE0NESDAY MATINEE The Greatest Stage Spectacle of All Times. The Third cf the Lie bier Company Three, One Hundred Thousand Dollar Productions From the Century Theatre New York, Original cast andProduction I ; 1 gins. Assessor Dave Sauders. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Datr Koss. Supervisor of Koads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. J. X. White 1st. DIst. Logau Ison 2nd. Dist. 3 Ration to Prepare Animal For the Lactation Period. The care of u cow before freshening usually has a very marked Influence upon the work she will do during the coming lactation period, says Hoard's Dairyman. Cows that are run down In flesh should be given a ration while dry that will build thpm up and pre pare them for the work of the No Wonder! The tired business man was found In a state of collapse on the sixth floor of a downtown office building. Restoratives were applied and he sat up feebly. "I'm all right now," he explained; "you see, I wanted to go up to our other office on the tenth floor and (here he gasped for breath) I found the elevator going up!" New York Evening Post. Use Oxygen for Blasting. Experiments are being conducted in Germany to discover the usability of liquid air and liquid oxygen as explosives for mines, says the Coal Age. The liquid oxygen is mixed with aluminum powder and detonated, producing a force 2 times that produced by black powder. One advantage that It possesses is that no bad fumes are produced. year. Immediately prior to freshening the rations should consist of light feeds that are not too heating in character If the herd has been cared for in some such manner we would suggest that they be worked up gradually to a ra tlon consisting of about twenty-fiv- e pounds of com il:ige. twenty pounds of roots, with as much clover or alsike hay as they care to consume twice each day and corn fodder once a day In such quantities as will be consumed without unnecessary waste. This roughage could well be supplemented by a grain mixture of 300 pounds of ground corn. 300 pounds ground oats and 200 pounds wheat bran. It will be necessary to feed this grain ration at the rate of about one pound to every three and a half to four pounds of milk produced. Hustle the Brood Sow. We believe in the theory of setting the sow iu fairly good flesh before far rowing time, and if she is fed enough to accomplish this purpose she will be Inzy. When sows have access to nice comfortable beds at all times of the day and night they spend entirely too much time Ion ling, and in order to head this off we very strongly favor the plan of turning them into pastures when the neather is at all agreeable and keeping them there for several hours each day. As the gestation period advances it will pay. and pay Well, to feed them some of their grain at a considerable distance iivcay from their sleeping quarters, thus making ex rclse compulsory. Iowa Homestead1. EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and Jast, are built of, cement. We build cement Silos 2, 4 and 1 6 feetr in diameter, We have had many experienany height. ces in this line and our work is the best? Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., you need cement work of any kind. if 1 1 1 1& Kaffi1tk 1aaaaa UaaiIaAa mwtJt ' all pains. You Burner .back it it fail; to 1 1ST. anr'ach. In any put of th. body'lnl fifteen Bunnies um... rnTi1rVlTTiiUiiniilfT ni.Vtul i nninTITin'' jmeteoe. .jU.AU. BOUHWM i. 4f a PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. miziiaiaim i8 Eat Mala Hl"t?L??--!- : EMEDT CMPANT. t. Mrs. Went Smith paid her relatives week from here a pleasant visit balvisa, Ky. The music and glee club of Round Hill met at Mr. Alex Prewitt's Saturday night at Kirksville. Mr. Butner that moved here sometime ago has sold his store goods to I, Mr. Frank Tussey of Round Hill. v:Miss Lottie Mae Simpson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses W' Maud and Jesse Sowers of Cottonburg. The music and glee club of Round Hill is conducted by Mrs. Nettie Jewell m of Bloomington 111. of which we are quite proud. Mr. Lem Whittaker rented his resi. dence and Mr, Butner will move to Peytontown where he will engage in p. the goods business. Mr. Clay Ross has purchased a Ford Machine to tour the county, to repres-en- d the Thomas Manufacturing Co. of Dayton Ohio.he has also purchased a selfDlaver Diano of Green & Son of Richmond. Round Hill has not been represented in your excellent paper for quite a while, and if you think that this quaint little town that has sprung up to life almost like Jonahs gourd that sprung up in a night, will you let our readers have a few lines. The Graded High School of this place gave a pie supper on Friday night March 27th which brought a neat little sum of $25. Or.e pie went for $2.50 the pie belonged to Miss Marv Frances The money Blakeman of Kirksville. will be put in use for a Basket Ball for the girls of the school. On March the 26th quite a number of friends and relatives attended the 98th. birthday of Mr. David L. Prewitt of Round Hill vicinity and partook of a The guests 6 o'clock course dinner. that were present were Mr, and Mrs. Alex Prewitt and children, of Kirks ville, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Prewitt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Ross and children. Mrs. Mettie Jewell of Bioom-ingto- n 111. The family was represent d by two sons and two daughters Miss jty'?.i-.:ii-..j).i.:MkVrt. anu lus uiiu ,jsu niaim-tuiiuicri.sr.eiie the- - fcU jte partook of, the. dinner ter I prepared by Mrs. irewitt wno serves repaired to' the parlor whrfre they spent the evening with music and pleasant nversation. Tney men went to uieir mes wishing Mr, Prewitt would live I er joy many more birthdays. ! Joseph and his Brethren 0 A ROMANCE OF OLD ISRAEL By LOUIS N.PARKER. Author of Disraeli, Pomander Walk, Etc. I m JohsS. 11dm Srd.DIst. James Culdlron 4th. Dial. 1 : I!) COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Combining with Its Own Unparelled Spectacular Grandur and Tremendous Dramatic strength the scenic Splendor of 'The Garden of Allah' and the Costume Magnificence of "The Daughter of Heaven" Superbly Brilliant Cast Headed by Lyn Harding. Brandon Tynan and Pauline Fredrick. Orchestra of 20. 250 People in Company. 12 Scenes of Exceeding Beauty. Heards of Camels, Oxen, Asses, Horses. Donkeys and Sheep-Ma- il orders with remittances, and stamped rewill be received and filled beginning March 30. Address Treasurer, Lexington Opera House. Regular Advance Box Office Sale Thursday April 9. d, I i I p-- Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. DUt. R.D. McMurtr). 2nd. l'I-- t. O. J. Heudreu. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas f. King, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor I.. (,. Davidson. City Juage J. P. l'rather. City Attornoy J. E. Robinson. City Cl-- rk F. G. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police I- - K. Herron. CO UNCI LM EX H.C. Hamilton. Parker Gregory. Sara Cotton. W. M. Zanone. Dr. J. A Anion. W.O. Goodloe. i 1 turn envelope, riiibLB-eveni- ngs and Wednesday Matinee, 50c to ?2.00 i Quality; Quality; Quality. The Ford is the quality Car the ,s world over. " " The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. P.. L. Elkin. G. W. Elam. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney W. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. lonnty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, ,2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyvilie, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. .. , Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nichoasville,.3nL Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. -- Somerset. 2rdMonday Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. POSTED at lowHe who demands a car of highest-meri- t buys'the sturdy Ford, He knows' its the est cost record for .dependable one car with a world-wid- e ' service Five Hundred Dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the touring car is Five Fifty; the town car Seven Fifty F. O. B. Detroit, complete with equipment, Ask us for catalog and interesting Ford Times. ' 'The 'Madison Garage? Incerpwatd: Richmond? Kyr - Irtitw. Kv V -- Or Connyjs. Garage, Lancaster, Ky.