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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 9, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914040901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 9, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAX RECORD. PURE REL1GJ0&, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACi AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 9, 1914. Sunday is Easter. Children beginning to want NUMBEK 1 &&SZ&Z&BH3SH3 "to go WILL S. ELKIN HANDSOME BUTE At The Hands Of The United Drug Com- MASONS OF TRI- barefoot". RECEIVES Extra Assorted Carnations for Easter r for Osborne TERMS Disc Harrows. sale at the Record Office, Saturday. EASTERN KY. SPEAR IN GLOWING OF RECEPTION. Accorded Them Upon Their Recent To Visit Plenty of Tobacco Cotton at Batson's. Come in and let us fit you up with horse and Jack bills before it is too pany. late. Our Spring Line of Buggies Anyone have arrived. contemplating buying a Good Job should come to our store and look them over. As to quality there is none better and we can suit you in price. We also handle Grain and Tobacco Fertilizer. Try some on jour Tobacco beds this Spring and get better and stronger plants. "LIVE AND LET LIVE." CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. 1 s The demand for California Evaporated Peaches and Seeded Raisins at this season is for quick shipment. ERCHANTS Incorporated. t : We are in position to supply the demand with the right kind of goods at right prices from stock shipped to us direct from the Pacific Coast in car lots. KELLOGG & CO. WHOLESALE GROCER'S. RICHMOND, KY. cni -- mi iMtiTT p We are knocking the bottom out of prices on FINE Bugg les. W. J. 3110 m we are selling. We will satisfy yon in price and quality. We will make very low prices on Steel and Galvanized Roofing, Faints, Oils, and all kinds of harness. See us for Wire Fence, Stoves and Ranges. ROMANS v ,J The following extract is taken from the Barbourville Mountain Advocate in which they give a glowing account of a Mr. Ed. Morrow was seen recently recent visit made by a number of Royal taking a new hoe home with him. Arch Masons of that and neighboring Gardening? No, digging bait. towns to Central Kentucky towns, Lancaster inciuded in the list Lost: On or near public square, "On arrival at Lancaster, we were breast pin, resembling bunch of violets, met at the depot with automobiles, that Mrs. Mattie Duncan. Reward. is those of us who had not missed the Do not forget the Dudderar sale will train, and were driven to the Hotel, inbe at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon (only Green and McDonald made constead of Saturday morning as advertisnection) the remainder of the party are made of Steel. ed. having missed their train at Richmond, but the Lancaster boys were not to be Soon the ring of the mechanics hamdisapponinted and set out for the re mer will be heard, then you may look are strongly built. mainder of the team in automobiles, a out for a dearth of carpenters in Landistance of 24 miles, and returned with caster. them about 5 o'clock in the evening. If new automobiles are an indication are easiest to handle. We at once went to work, and in the inof a thrifty community, surely the middle of the work, we were called off come tax collector should reap a harto the banquet hall, where the table pj vest in Lancaster. was groaning under the burden of good tS are bought in Gar Loads. things that had been prepared by the Tfi Soon the old timer who has complaindaughter of one of the companions, and ed incessantly of rheumatism all winter we were treated to the greatest feast, seining minwill Jrive away his pains SI are sold and Warranted. it seemed to us that human skill could nows or "wading the riffles after a big prepare; after the first course, we were un". treated to oratory bv Hon. W. C. Black The only persons who ever visited Grand High Priest; J. C. McKee. Grand Lancaster and were not pleased with Chaplain, and Hon. Dave Jackson, now Si their reception, were those who were of Louisville, Grand Secretary, and brought here by an officer, charged Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ESTABLISHED BY MR. JOE others, which was enjoyed by all prewith some offense and lodged in jail, sent. W. O. Rigney was toastmaster, and they do say Uncle Dave Ross feeds ISlTlilrIi-LalafgjEirgilil- i :gflrSJlfrlIlr5Il"'l and let us know he was right on the HASELDEN better than most jailers. job. A Credit To The City. It has been said by many that the Time Of Sale Changed. people of the Bluegrass section of The time of the sale of Mrs. Bettie The old postoffice building owned by Kentucky were obstinate, that they Dudderar, which was announced for 10 Mr. W. T. West, situated on Lexington were not friendly or sociable. Let us We have on display the o'clock a. m. next Saturday, has been street has been thoroughly remodeled, say to you now, dismiss such buncomb changed to 2 o'clock p. m. of that date, a new and handsome front put in, con- from your minds forever; for this is unin order not to conflict with a sale to crete floors, neatly painted inside and true there is nowhere on the earth, a be held in the country in the forenoon. out and now presents as handsome ap- better people than the citizens of the pearance as any store room in Lancas- little city of Lancaster, it was said by t Bro. Pollitt Building At Wilmore. ter. The building is to be occupied by one of their speakers that they did not G. W. Wills sold to Rev. H. S. Pollitt Mr. Joe S. Haseldeu as a bottling even have a latch on their doors, to atand of Lancaster, a lot belonging to Rev. works, and all the latest and most im- tach a string to, and we believe it. W. L. Clark a part of the Robert proved machinery for the manufacture If you wish to change location, and Thompson tract recently purchased by of carbonated waters has been installed, want to go to a sure enough good town Rev. Clark. Rev. Pollitt will begin and the establishment now complete, and county, a place where you will be - COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU. building a residence at an early date. is second to none in the state. treated with the utmost affection and Mr. R. E. Nelson of the Corbin Ice & kindness, where you can find a friend Wilmore Cor. Jessamine Journal. Carbonating Co, of Corbin Ky, has that will stay with you even in the Lancaster Boy Prospering. DC 3G 3E ben here for the last several weeKs seventh trouble, do not pass Lancaster. superintending the installation of the We are going back for another treatIt will be pleasing to the many friends of Mr. James L. West to know that he machinery, and everything is in tip ment of the "good will," for we would Bargains In Real Estate. is making a success as an oil salesman top shape and first class running order. like to go there and just stay. "Joe" Haselden is a Lancaster boy, After we had finished the work for in western Kentucky and is taking high Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 rank among the ninety salesmen em- and an energetic one, he deserves the the night we had more speeches and a years experience in the business. unstinted patronage of the town and good time, and finally way toward AND PICTURE SHOW BUILDployed by the Western Oil Co. of InLook for other bargains listed in next dianapolis Ind. Mr. West is at present county in his new enterprise, and he rooster crowin' time, we went to bed issue. Owners of farms who want to will undoubtedly receive it, as well as only to dream of Lancaster and her at Pembroke Ky. ING. sell should see U3 at once. the patronage in his line of adjoining most generous people." No 472. 15 acres, highly improved, Church Undergoing Repairs. counties. He has also purchased a We are at a loss to know where our In Course Of Construction In Lancaster. near depot, on pike 2$ miles from Lanhandsome new autotruck, and is pre- eastern Kentucky neighbors conceived caster, 3,000. The Presbyterian church which was pared to deliver the output of his the idea that we of the Blue Grass were Mr. Luther E. Herron has associated recently damaged by fire, is undergoing No 473. 44 acres. 3$ miles from on short notice, and a "obstinate" "unfriendly" or "not several gentlemen with him and is con extensive repairs. The damage by Lancaster. 3,000. telephone call will quickly bring this sociable", and we are indeed glad that structing a building on his lot on Stan No 474. fire is being replaced with new work 16C acres. 5 miles from handsome machine to your door with they availed themselves of an op- ford street to be utilized as a Garage town, per acre, 60. and the interior of the building is bewhatever product of the "Lancaster portunity of becoming undeceived as to and Opera House. The building is to No 475. CO acres, good land, brick ing handsomely decorated throughout. you may desire. these characteristics which have been be of concrete blocks, 40x9o feet, two residence, 4 miles from town, per acre, Expert decorators from Cincinnati are Bottling Co's" plant Mr. Roger Aldridge, a nephew of unjustly ascribed to us. We are sure stories, or rather one story and base 90. doing the work. Mr. Haselden, and himself a polite and that for true "Kentucky hospitailty" ment, the lower or basement story to No 476. 123 acres, good land, well gentlemanly young man is also connect one need travel no further than Lan- be used as a Garage, while the ground improted, 4 miles out close to pike, CANDY AND CAKE SALE. ed with the establishment, and both he caster, and a stranger, be he Mason or floor will be fitted up as a moving pic- per acre, 75. and Mr. Haselden will take great what not, is invariably accorded the ture show house and theater. Ground No 477. ISO acres on pike 2 miles The Circle Girls will conduct a candy pleasure in having their friends call vary best treatment the instant he has already been broken and the buil- out. per acre. 100. and cake sale at the Central Record and inspect the new plant. comes within our gates, and this treat- ding will be pushed to an early No 47S. 171 acres on Lexington pike building next Saturday, inis club is ment is accorded him just so long as he per acre. 135. doing some magnificent work for mis proves himself worthy of it. No 479. 250 acres of fine land. 2 Buy sions and should be encouraged. TO We have often heard vague, undefinmiles of good town, can be divided into vour Easter cakes and candies from ed rumors that many of the people of two farms, per acre, 80. them. eastern Kentucky that cherished an No 4S0. 150 acres of first class land idea that the people of the Blue Grass LITTLEJOHNS AGGREGATION on pike 3 miles from Bryantsville, per New Church Officers Elected. were prejudiced against the "people acre. 90. At the Presbyterian church on last Mr. Alexander Tnbble has gone to of the mountains" as they choose to No 431. 97J acres, li miles from TO BE IN morning. Messrs Horace K. the relief of fire swept Danville; he has Sunday town, per acre, 125. call themselves, and we do not feel it Herndon, Edwin M. Walker and Cabell rented the old Edelen House at the No 432. 170 acres, on pike, 5 miles incumbent upon ourselves to attemptto Lancaster Week Of May 11th Under Denny were elected Elders of the church corner of Fourth and Broadway, and from County seat, brick residence, up rooming house which disprove this nonsensical idea, we the latter having been a Deacon for a will open up a Auspices 1. 0. 0. F. simply refer them to the scores of to date barns, per acre, 120. number of years. At the same time will assist materially in relieving the No 483. 310 acres of good land, on of the traveling people of eastern Kentucky who have Co., will The Littlejohn Amusement present dire distress Messrs. W. O. Goodloe, John G. in the last few years taken up their come to the Ball Park in Lancaster pike, near Buena Vista good improveBrewer Layton, Alex Doty Jr. public who are compelled to remain among us, ask them have during the week of May 11th under the ments per acre 55. and John Askins were chosen as Deacons over night in that city. Mr. Tribble is residence No 484. 243 acres, on pike, 4 miles they been accorded ill treatment at our auspices of the local lodge of Odd The ordination services will take a past master at the hotel business, and given the proper encouragement, hands, have we proven "obstinate" or Fellows. This company is well known from town, per acre, 75. place on the third Sunday morning of if No 435. 61 acres, in 2 miles of town, would be the proper, man to get be- "unsociable", or have the society lines to the people of Lancaster, having this month. unimproved, per acre, 90. hind a scheme to erect a new building been drawn against them, and you will made two previous visits here under No 4SG. 206 acres of good land in have the very ready answer that they the auspices of the same lodge, and to replace the burned Gilcher. Helps It's Appearance. high state of cultivation, good imDanville is yet without a hotel, nor were welcomed with open arms as we have given splendid satisfaction both That good paper the Danville Messseem to be any tangible welcome all good and desirable citizen times. Mr. Littlejohn is a splendid provements, 2J miles from town, per 125, or 105 acres ot it at enger has installed a new linotype and does there 135, Langentleman and has many friends in acre schetre on foot to build one; about the to our community. We speak for the entire paper is now set by machine, caster and Garrard county, and we Lancaster; he carries the highest class per acre. 161 thing to the building of a new No 437. acres on pike 4 miles which materially improves its appear- closest was Owen Mclntyre's April claim for these no superiority over our of attractions, and will have nothing from town per acre, 85. ance. However, before the machine structure neighboring counties. The Blue Grass under his rnanagement which will offend No 488. 60 acres on pike 3 miles out J I was installed the Messenger presented 1st dream, which should it materialize, and the Mountains are constantly comthe most fastidious. All of his attrac well improved, 135. would fulfill the ideas that many peoa most attractive appearance, the heretofore entertained about ing in closer touch with each other, and tions this year are new and catchy, and No 489. 54J acres well improved, on mechanical part of it was equal to that ple have these to use his own expression is "the best Danville, but alas, t'was but a dream. as the bonds are drawn closer of any paper in the state, and the news and we ever . A little nonsense now ana tnen pike, possession, $5500. Dan mistaken ideas are cast aside How the mighty have fallen. No 490. 136J acres, on pike, near columns most assuredly can not be we are is relished by the best of men, and ville the much vaunted "Queen Of The come to the realization that surpassed by any Kentucky weekly. whether from the Garrard county always turns out en Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling Bluegrass", the center rf the social all Kentuckians, new with 8 rooms, modern and up to Grass, Mountains, the mass to visit the Street Fair. whirl of Central Kentucky, looked up Blue Grass, Bear Tree Trimming. date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobacthe Purchase, we stand or to and revered by all surrounding Pennyrile hundred old buggies co barns, price, $12,000. Wanted. Two ground, our interests We are not experts on tree trimming. towns, self conscious, proud and upon the same No 491. 185 acres of high class 'Dr." Harmon, who has been doing a hauehtv. yet when misfortune over are identical, we are blood brethren to paint and repair, bring them in now. 2 miles out. 2 large tobacco barns, land, per W. J. Romans. great deal of this kind of work in Lan- takes her and her best and only hotel seeking a common good, the acre, $120. of late, may, or he may not be, is burned to the ground, she sits calmly of the grand old Commonwealth caster No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, we do not pretend to say, but we know and allows the town to become a laugh and placing her where she rightly be- BANK STOCK AT PUBLIC highly improved, near Buckeye, on he has used the axe unmercifully, in ing stock for the state, allow placards longs, in the front ranks of the states pike, per acre, $125. so far as the present symmetry and to be posted in the hotels throughout of the Union. SALE. No 493. 36J acres unimproved. 6 beauty of the trees are concerned. It the state warning the traveling public 3 countyseats, on two pikes, flier" will of Zack railesof lijkes just about a3 long to grow- a to "stay away from Danville, no hotelJJ, As Executor of Sam Cottoo Buys New Car, close to. churches and school, splendid sell to the highest good, big useful shade tree as it does ElkinJ Sr.. Shame on you Danville, getbusyand Alderman Samuel Cotton is the lat bidder on Monday, .April 27, 1914, at 11 building sites, can sell this in small to grow a good, big useful boy-so- me redeem yourself. est devotee to the automobile craze. o'clock A. M. in 'front of the Court lots or as a whole, will price to suit times longer, ana once grown, we Seed Oats, Seed Corn, Lime, He has purchased and received a hand House door in Lancaster, Ky., ten I purchaser and on easy terms. should be careful about how it is prunBest. No 494. Several pieces of splendid National car.one shares of stock in the Garrard Bank & ed.Better superintend the pruning of Cement, Brick, Sand and Salt. We will some new j city property for sale. We will of the handsomest ever seen in Lan Trust Company term cash in hand. your trees instead of paying for having aell you 'corn or buy yours. y For further particulars write or the more wood eell you.hay or bur yours. .Our prices caster, and his friends are expecting to it pruned on Hughe & Swinebroad, the real es- paid, the are as; low as any other .standard he his tniesta onJmanv drives during! Executor of the Will of Zack Elkin,! taken rom itthe more-monekte mn Lancaster, ICy. . Cr Garrard Milling'Co. I the coming summer. an goods v- pruner(!). - -4 Miller Wednesday morning. :- Father O'Bryan of Richmond conducted service at the home of Mr. N. The Atlanta Constitution of April 2d contains a picture and devotes an entire column to a very complimentary write up of Mr. William S. Elkin, who is engaged in the drug business in Atlanta. Mr. Elkin has recently been elected a director of the United Drug Co., one of the strongest combinations of drug men in the United States, whose membership consists of over 7,000 druggists throughout the country. The chief aim of this company is to raise the standard of drug stores throughout the country, and to this end, many of them have eliminated the sale of cocaine and such injurious drugs as well as the sale of intoxicating liquors, and they hope to go the pure food law one better and raise the standard above what is required by law in the matter of purity. Will Elkin is a son of Cant. T. A. Elkin of this place and has been in Atlanta for many years, engaged in the drug business, end has risen to the top in his profession, and if the United Drug Co desire to raise the standard of the business, we know of no better manner to accomplish it than to secure for its directorate such men as Will Elkin. Lancaster. i Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrows Osborne Harrow's Osborne Harrows NEW INDUSTRY HASELDEN BROS. H ROMAFIN COOKING, BAKING BALLS GROCERY. -- SERVING UTENSILS. h JI NEW OPERA HOUSE TRIBBLE THE STREET FAIR RESCUE Kin-nair- d. -- ill er I vi St3H33 "STZli t ;. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday April 9, 1914 fH ' We have selected gprmjgjgjfc ff a Bar fWf at Experimental Station. Waj W W; J & buq .e U' Also a stock of Wbie Qeed Corn that " Remember that no Seed you plant is so cheap as good seed corn, for one bushel will plant from six to eight acres. O f frn w.-ii- U v I ., - Gan yen affed - to plant irferior corn, then replant, when you can buy corn a sample of which made such a test for germiitatiou: Don't waste your labor on your corn ground by planting bad seed, come to see i ti i j. i j saao ia52svp B . 1 - H wtwiny St. tf . M- - A && 1 M mH& . tar 1I i I 3MH m. 'A v- o t- - 3 S sv53 Kfl MR 9 w 'avV all i i.K 0n 7 ,v 8K wiMi want S J J6 H a n& fcs' Uniess You Use OBELISK FLOUR You Don't Use The Best. ""?: 7arx: j '"sr""! & " 3 IT? tar S ii4v jJBaE IT vn. M If." .ST4 - IP "1 3 Haa9 W mSTS p 6&kj a .b AoBaeEES nai w. jtm kj SPS1 LT- "& --' - - .1 $ ''" I.KE" f.A HILL IS,. r'!0 1..'.. 1 Cd ! Tor : C- - . .r .i l lit1 ' i ml "i i Id ' m ii w' t l i i i i i M h . ' n ,'-- n-- y i ' . lie 'eUll tl j'lo ' re i Ac-J. fie 11 o'' for . tlic ' oi ii 'it i . ii d' 1J c i - -- di.nt.rit ' .In' a Cnuv "i n 'dy two y - ira I hi s 'uv '.'it k; 'd v i1 m i J to Mil ' i , hi t .iMiVifo-i.dr- iprej)a"...i".i. UH'JL :A t' Utmw if nothing o quick to rehc- fir, i; ot the t deposit of LTiio cough or cure a cold." For sale by Ad . '.!. . v (' i ilil , i ' V IV ,. " r. lf you are ij .i ! i . . . J.U I l . U.i.1 Cn M ' '. v.e' e h In ai I; . ( li k t 1 . ( .,' i Dealers. 5 V' .'V 5 . "I suffered fr m Rheumatism for six j mss. 'i'nd different doctor?, with no relief. I Here srj ;'ie prices popular six ;s 30 30 33 3-- ! oas few of ' s t 'f r. .:. rIH -v . w. h.";l " S .1 lit a. .J.i -- i3 x3 3i ii 4 32 x 24 4 35 r. i'6 r 36sM S4.C0 PAY NO PICRS Jor UK .$!2.S5 17.00 18.10 25.25 2G 05 2'!.3S 3? 00 r.5.00 34 00 36.05 35.C3 27 10 4I.S3 44.45 a "Oct?!' ctl-i- i-i'.- catfrwnt. ii "3A3ate-i. f.rr CVrr sent v. h!j r-i ' GuO" ' ;."'' y. ;,jfo ...,- .a. - -- 1sK a oKer, NE27. Ballard & Co IYANTSVILLE. gBSgtfiH ' SSSi3H If Your x Pocket-Boo- k Could Talk-- It "comsnd would the Ford. e voJce of Mijs Lucile Morgan is hnine from Misses Docia Metcalf and Lucile P. W. Miller. Catawisa Richmond to p.Mid her vacation. the disease.' were shopping in Lancaster I'd- f"-' Mr. Henry Campbell of Cincinnati is Miss Nannie McWhorter of Berea K. L,. .McKoberts will return your with his family for a short stay. money if it faik; 50 cts a bottle. has been the guest of Mis. A. B. Mr. M. G. Aldridge. of La Prior, Texas is the guest of Mr. J, Thomas Misses Ethel Estridge and Chastine JIcCKEAKY. Clieny. Rucker, were shopping in Lancaster, MKs Ophelia Lackey is home from a Monday. Mr, Davii Sutton is very sick at this Miss Agnes Henderson, of Lancaster delightful visit to her brother in St, writing. has been the guest of friendi for the J Mr. Miley Beazley visited Mr. Lewis Louis. past w eek. Broadus. Mrs. Dtxter Ballow of Stanford was Miss Lena Schooler, of Hyaitsville, Miss Lena Schooler has been visiting to see her mother Mrs. M. E. Fish ' was the feuest of Miss Beulah Cotton over Sunday. Sunday. friends here. Misses Karris, Davidson and Miller, Mrs. II. 15. Kay visited her daughter There was a dance at the St. Ivan " 'i'..'5' Richmond, v isited Miss Louhu Rice, Mrs-- . Davis Sutton. Hotel last Friday night which was well of Saturday. on .'"i'!': Mrs. Ro'ind.i Hill was the guest of attended. Mr. Clay Kauffman and Miss Letty ' Mr.. Lizzie Walker. Miss Ida Cumiiiuit of Stanford spent M'ie Mcl'oberts ".'ere here for a short Mr. and Mis. Joe Ross visited Mr. several d:is last week with her sister stay Monday. and Airs. S. M. Turner. Mr. Tom Gradv is now takirg ordeis Mrs. Maud Campbell. for wall paper and decorating Luther Itov Prather bjght of John K'nna'rd Our two hustling Milliners Mrs. Fisher room. a nice horse ,nc $175. Thompson and Mrs. Tatem have all you Mrs. York of Lancaster spent the Mn. Sal'.ie .S..n,irs was the guest of will need in the hat line for a year. day with Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. M. Metcalf I. Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Hill Sunday. Mrs Judd and daughter of 111. are last Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Beazlev visited Misses visiting their daughter, Miss Ida Judd Mesdames Emma Kaoffmaii ai En.-m- a Higgmbntham of Lancaster im.d Ue'iUh and Sadie iiezlt.': Sund.-i- . who i teaching at the Graded school Paint Liek Tuesday. . ited Mr. and Ui. Charlej Cotton here, r. cuJ MlS. .'. W Hill Tet.ejiti.1 Messrs Frank Conn ad Chest ' Mr. Charles Iewis of Lancaster tuociied to Pi., . Mr. :.nd "r-- . W. II. Le.izL :ited accomparied llo.dman of Maysvlle L'C "jr'da.) aftennan. his fi3ter fiss Mame motner, Mr?. V. all r u'.daj. home Sunday, and is the guest of his Mr. Giant iittcaU ti e popular cloik Lane, ster Malted Ni, Dave R'-s-of V. D. Oidham of Richmond spent mother Mrs. Elandia Holdmnn. Mr. and Urn. S. M. Turner Sum! Sui.daj with home folks. Mrs. Leace is still at thi bedside of Mr. W. O Weurren was a visitor tf Mr. and Mrs. Tabee Cornett of Point her father Judge Collier of Somerset ..! r. and Mrs. Edd Simpson Sunday. Leavell were in Paint Lick Fnduv whose condition is most serious, little driving their fine blooded horse. Beit Seed Oat. Seed Corn, Lime hope being held out of his recovery. Mias Beulah Cot'on. who is at the Cement. Brick, Sand and Salt. We will Mrs. Myrtle McGympscy of Morris-tow- n Normal bchool n Richmond, vas the bell ou corn cr buy yours. We will Tenn. and Miss Delia Petrey of vvei U end guest of her parents. sell ou hay or buy yours. Our prices Williamsburg Ivy. relumed home this Mr, Arch Walker of Hyaitsville aie as low as any other standard week .after a pleasant visit to friends spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. good. Garraid Milling Co. Rico Woods enroute to Fiankfort. here. Mr. Creed Simeon has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn and child- Mrs. Maggie James who has been ren of Point Leavell spent the day Lexington after visiting Jlr and Mrs. visiting her sister Mrs, Addams at Sunday vith Mr. ami Mrs. George W. M. Simpson. Frankfort and Mrs--. John Haldeman in C6nu. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham and Mr. and Louisville for several days letumed Miss Stella McWhorter, of the East- Mis John 11am were the guests of Mr. this week. cm Ky Normal School, was the week at.'l Mrs. T. C. Cohns Sunday. Mr. Hugh Logan has the finest lot of nd guest of her parents Mr. a:d Mrs. I Duroc hogj ever in this section. E. C. MUVbortcr. Several of theni cost him one hendred SU!!;' TiKmpson ot RicIimo'T the dollars each. Tbev certainly ;.. and i.n e.' IjnP' o' Kirk.hle wi'.e Jlc- 1 Lu'i r.ie ' . ot . s S iii r bsaat'es. t Ll f t 1! M Ida Nt ' d . , tid tv ' to t,r'. RllEUilA and aia e.itirely hae takdi three bottled of free from CS.B ORCHARD lmo. guest ot Miss Louise Rice.FnJav night. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ccar Han-mac!- :. Ls-tiid- "Ii.garet Anderson was the BC'ST BUY UM ESPECIALLY 1 See Yo:. AMY Dosrt Buy SILO, J Sat-uida- y. e. 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. STANFORD, KY- - ' ' ggSP53i Motel i a toi mt mr w? FWZf t I t U--. i.' jf .- - I 1 w i .: a. I?4 blKMUl JI.SO. UXO t- OVERLOOK V:t? 1. 3 WHITE Elegant Appoiatmcct3, P&Isl Cch Indisii Grili JRoom, Tea Ream? . V ; j Colonial furnishings, Library, Grand ripe Otgzr. 0cfe8r-,- . Write for Iltestrated Bookie; "3" p W T3 K J Mi-R"- CLIFFORD i.' 11 nap. L VIS 1 i I. f T p I ' of"! . jju ' , 2zzm re i I I -- e, I:- j-- yii A , , .; o! i rtylar-.i- v. e- -e ; r- -, refrchhmt nU were served. News has just leached here that ' .J n u iWt .li . iriv OV.tiUWA i r M li ti Ky. Lcr.c.-crCorrt'cC-n- i, ' hi I 13 'ham the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Pate K'.:x i""- -" bJfjH King was in a most seiious condition 3 bse VJ B Hj BaEHragEaanBazcsaaBctaagsao.'L! '...'Ji w.u.u.1 niu...3 ncggmgasK. Us9 from being pokoned by the acids l.c A" i MTuB uses lrreicning saws at a lactory in 1 i1B H jk Fi3j' ROB y i 1 y Indianapolis, Mr. King will leave at , . rmm. TTH " D j R fc B ! i xj .i rg. M Mi' j U 1 lfifl3 J T'lfri" once for his bedside. J.m, 'Noel Carson's oath" an exciting and interesting drama in four acts, will be rendered by splendid local talThe Woman's Tonic ent at Crab Orchard Springs Hotel OF LANCASTER. April 17th to which all are invited and I took two bottles, in all, we assure you a good time and your and was cured. I shall money's worth. always praise Cardui to A. R )ENiIY, President. sick and suffering wo8 men." If you suffer from J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. pains peculiar to weak S. C. DENNY, Cashier. women, such as headWhy suffer from rheumatism when r. R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, ache, backache, or other relief may be had at so small a cost? symptoms of womanly Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind. writes, trouble, or if you merely "I have been subject to attacks of Rent. Deposit Boxes Safety need a tonic for that tired, rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's feelnervous, wtrn-o- ut Liniment always relieves me immediWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. ing, try Cardui. 5 ately, and I take pleasure in recomSamual D. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. mending it to others." 25 and 50 cent Stonnes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. bottles. For sale by all dealers, lmo. I ,i !.'. in :'. .. a irst ojjji.ble tune piec.it : Di,-cieu- . s .' 1 t, RJ ;n tisenillage tj '."' r, t .w , .o ... rl i loat't to b:e.. e,j - men., ,-- Luivj&i is u: iriuei btk'jf , ! . .'. jr-- . m Bl THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. Caplal $50,000. , Book-Keepe- For' : Tairs of One of the most enj the season was the i - itlun givtn by the Juniors in honor of ti.e ConsoliThe dated School on Fiiday evening. large rooms were thrown together, while candles shaded in Jaranese Ian. terns, together with an abundance of early spring flowers lent a festive air to the occasion. In the receiving line stood Prof. London, the three Seniors, Mr. Stephen Todd and Ethel Estridge and Chastine Rucker and a member from each of the High school classes. Delicious fruit punch, in hugh bowk, garlanded in jonquils, refreshed the numerous guests, and a mirth provoking contest added greatly to the pleasure of the evening. Quite a number of out of town guests were present, among them being Misses Sara Daniels, Plorence Johnson, Martha Tinder and Messrs Allen Johnson. Paul Elliott and Wm Miller of Lancaster, Messrs Wynn and East of Berea, Misses Stella Hen-dreStella Thompson and Dr. Boggs of Richmond. Miss Nancy Long, Messrs Jonah Cox, Gilbert Wilson and Cecil Hendren of Kirksville. n, the one plc2 you wfl most enjoy & vacation fcr resz o- - vcz??ozi. We have not the space here to tell c": the glories of ths North Carolina mountains. LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hendersonville, Br-w- -,1 MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED Wayneiville. Hot Spring, Tyron, Saluda, Flat Rock Lake Toxaway. BY THROUGH SERVICE OF SOUTHERN OFRAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER THE SOUTH For further information B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louuville, Ky. ae local agent, or addreta. The Central Record, Thursday April 9 1914. Page 3 mt imm THE GARRARD Makes Old Folks Feel "JOSEPH AND House crowded on opening day from early morning until eleven o'clock at night, with eager buyers. We want to impress upon you that this Big Stock: Must Be Sold In Sixty Days to satisfy the creditors; therefore the prices have been slaughtered to the core. Absolutely the cost is not considered. Plenty of High Class Merchandise for everybody at prices so LOW that you will be surprised. $10.00 spent at this sale will buy more GOOD goods than you will buy elsewhere for $20.00 to $25.00. We have a lot of Overcoats left over that must be sold and at the prices we are asking, you can well afford to buy them for next season, $18.00, 20.00 and $25.00 Overcoats we are selling for $7.50 to $10.00. All accounts due the firm of H. T. Logan must be settled at once. ON IN FULL FORCE. TRUST HIS BRETHREN" Equals A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic ( price 23 cents) . There you are I If you don't believe it, try it out ! Buy, today, a can of de 25 Write fori trial package of Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE. aIo our 32 page, illustrated, book, fully explaining its uses. Address: Bee Dee Stock Medicine Cempany. Chattanooga. Tenn. As Spry As Youngsters Eveiyhody Needs a Spring Tonic, and Old. Here's a Wonder-RO- OT CITY ORDINANCE. An ordinance levying and providing 1 At Lexington Opera House. By Young to taxation the city of Lancaster "Joseph and His and poll in on a tax each male inhabitant for the money you owe and Lexington Opera over tsventy-on- e years of age anu apJUICE-Money aranteed, House for three nights April 13, 14 and portioning all other estimated revenues. note how much more resThe City Council of the City of Lan15th, with matinee Wednesday 15th. Back, ROOT JUICE. pectfully your creditors reThis marvelous production is the caster, Ky., do ordain as follows Section there be and there is STOCK & POULTRY gard you- - They like to do third and greatest of the Colossal hereby levied for the year 1914 upon JEJV Liebler Co., spectacles from the Cen- each One Hundred Dollars ot all the asMEDICINE business with a man who 25c, 50c and $1. per can. tury Theatre, New York, the compan- sessed and assessable property, real, ;. CltDgts feed into tonic Miltei it At your dealer's. inhas an account at the ion play to "The Garder of Allah" and personal and mixed, tangible and P. B 3 tangible, of every kind and descriptiion "The Daughter of Heaven." Garrard Bank & Trust Go. "Joseph and His Brethren" is uni- liable for taxation in the City of Lancaster. Ky., an ad valorem tax of versally conceded to be the most mag- seventy-fiv- e cents for the several purThey know he is doing business in a business like way. Better nificent theatrical show yet given in poses and the rate for the several items open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev America. In London it is now being of expenditure apportioned as follows: will grow all right. SINKING FUND. done by an English company headed by 1 Twenty-fiv- e cents upon each$100.-0- 0 Sir Beerbohm Tree and Miss Maxine & of property liable for taxation Elliott, but next week Lexington gets forworthpurpose the of providing for the the original New York production with Sinking Fund, the revenue arising from its world of scenery and effects and the which is apportioned as to items of exsame supjrb cast of principals which penditure as follows: 15 cents on each ' . ETXt'v'WrTSCfcVr. tr. ws - M?; played the piece there all last winter. 100.00 of property liable for fixation MEVER MIND. GRANDMA ROOT for the purpose ot providing the sum $&-There are four acts, eleven massive of $1500.00 to meet and pay the in., JUICE WILL SOON HAVE Ktttt scenes, and a small army of two hun- terest on the bounded indebtedness of YOU FEELING FINE"' cy people concerned in the the city, which becomes due in May dred and fif and August, 1914, respectively: 10 Feel sort of all tuckered out. stiff play. Brandon Tynan plays Joseph; cents upon each $100.00 of property They interlock and overlap in such a way that the hardest drivsterling stage veteran, James liable for taxation for the purpose of jointed, achey, lazy, kidney bother that ing rain or sifting snow cannot possibly get ur.der them. you, have backaches, get up tired in O.Neill, Jacob; and the most beautiful providing the sum of $1000.00 for the Besides this they last indefinitely, and never need repairs. the morning? Try a few doses of woman on the American stage, Pauline ultimate redemption of the bonded in- Another point They're very reasonable in first cost. You can ot tne city and all revenue ROOT JUICE and see Frederick, the role of Potiphar's wife, iuebtedness learn all about them from puw.w Other notable actors in the cast are uvcr aim ueuuu me auiu 15ui cents on what a difference it makes. You'll raised by the said levy of Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. You never saw W. T. Carletin, Henry Harmon, Char- each $100.00 worth of property liable feel all made over. 50 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia. anything get into the blood and purify les D. Herman, Rosina Henley, dra- for taxation shall go to the general and it, clean out impurities and build up the matist E. E. Rose's clever daughter, revenue fundratablythe same is hereby among the several Ruth Rose, and five score more ot the apportioned whole body like ROOT JUICE does. items of expenditure thereunder. It acts upon the whole system and at favorites who delighted New York WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND. this time of the year, when the body is audiences for six months. 210 cents upon each $100,00 worth The story is told in the sonorous liable for taxation for WILL INCREASE YOUR YIELD 10 TO 30 BO. PER ACRE. clogged up with filth and impurities of classical English of the Bible itself. of property providing for the deficit the purpose ot in winter and all the organs are t alf asleep We care not what corn, you 1 ave now, if you plant FARMERS INTER- it produces results that are surprising The author is Louis N. Parker, the the Water Works Revenue Fund arisM-T.gjft -- ,gmost famous playwright of the present ing from the excess of the expenditures USv- EST WHITE DENT alongside of it, it will beat it 10 to 30 bushels per acre. to most people. Works system, above day, who has given the contemporary for the Waterarising Farmers Interest has been bred for 18 years. Barren stalks have been therefrom and all the revenues ROOT JUICE strengthens the "Rosemary", revenues prising from this levy to the eliminated, the ears grow very large and the quality is high. This variety has stomach, stirs up the liver, starts the stage John Drew's I ' MHI t iliMIII always won the highest honors at the great International Corn Expositions, bowels working right and gets the "George Arliss" "Disraeli", "Poman extent of $1000.00 shall go to the Water , tM-rIMfeJLSKY ?-der Walk", "Drake" etc. Works Revenue Fund and used in deopen to the world, from the first one held in Chicage in 1907, down to and in- kidneys busy. You don't have to take .o The scenery is beyond all description. fraying the current expenses of the cluding this year, 1914. a gallon of it and wait six months for So massive beautiful and intricate is Water Works System, but all revenues it over and beyond $1000.00 arising from selection, breeding and improvement of this corn has The results either-RO- OT JUICE works that a force of one hundred men conferred on farmers, and all the people, greater benefits than this source shall pass quick. It up the nerves and necessary for its handling. There are Revenue Fund and the to the General are same are hereby all the work of Luther Burbank, the plant wizzard of California. puts new steam, vim, force and "fire" herds of camels, oxen, asses, goats. apportioned to the Account of General The least expensive and most certain way to improve a corn crop is to let into you. It's the greatest tonic builder This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at $10.00 for Claims against the city not otherwise others do the breeding and you bay the result at a small price per bushel. For and revitalizer for old folks you ever hoses, and sheep. There is a ballet I provided for. , horse mule, $12.50 for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt, $40.00 for Jack colt. corps of twenty-fou- r dancers in a farmer to produce a bushel of corn like we sell him for a couple of dollars heard of. It's got to give results or Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd, No. 370C. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654, wonderful palace scene in Pharaoh's would require the work of years worth a thousand dollars or more. 3 Forty cents upon each $100.00 of by John Morgan, Sr. 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, you get back every cent it cost vou. court. In a word, Joseph by Daisy. 1215. and His Send your name for a FREE sample and further particulars and photo All good druggists have ROOT JUICE Brethren is ' Hill Napoleon 3rd by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he by Napoleon 170t, he by the last word in modern E.T'nfV 'viHinT reproductions of grand sweepstake exhibits. Better write NOW. The photo-gra- p Rv and they guarantee it. You take no stagecraft and spectacular drama. fund for the payment of the following o!d Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2440, corn are well worth seeing. hs of chances when you try it. But be sure Duriug its engagement here .the even- items of expenditure: 10 cents upon by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He Named and introduced by to get the real ROOT JTICE. Don't ing performances will begin at 8 oclock each $100.00 of property liable for has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high.black and the matinees at p. m. lighting O. K. Seed Store, Dept., Indianapolis, Indiana. the any dishonest druggist try to sharp may be ordered by mail 2if remit- taxation for cents purpose of$100.00 of with white points. Seats upon each Mention The Central Record when you write. push some worthless stuff on you and tance is enclosed together with a self the city; 12J I will also stand another fine Jack property liable for taxation for the tell you it's just as good. There's addressed stamped envelope. Prices purpose of paying City officers' $1.50 and $2.00. nothing just as good and you'll say so, i salaries; 12$ cents upon each $100.00 of Chas. Scott. Mgr. property liable for taxatioi for the too. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. purpose of building and maintaining City of Lancaster; 5 He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was i streets in the HUBBLE cents upon each $100.00 of property sirrd bv John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653, liable for taxation for the purpose of by Old Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. Miss Levisa E. Harris will entertain paving all general claims against the City not otherwise provided for. the Rook Club this Friday eveniug. Section 2: That thire be and there is Mr. J. B. Fisher of Lexington has hrpliv lpvifl for thp vpnr 1914 nnnn ' every male inhabitant of the City of been the guest of Miss Elizabeth JL Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will iancasier, xvy., uver tweutv-oii- e Lutes. years of age a pojl tax of $1.50. for the make the season at my stable, one The Rook Club was entertained by purpose of repairing and maintaining Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Evans the streets and public highways in the mile East of McCreary and six miles city, the revenues arising from which Givens last week, East of Lancaster at the very low price purpose. shall be used for the said Messrs Robert Nunnelly and Roy Section 3: All revenue derived in fines of Murphy of Turnersville have been and forfeitures is hereby apportioned the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee to the General Revenue Fund of exto Insure a Living Colt City and shall be used to pay the HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H Murphy. liquidate any claims against penses, and He is a rich chestnut in color, about Rev. F. M. Tinder rilled his pulpit at the City not herein provided for. ( "Mad to Walk On" Section 4: All other revenues of the 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 the Christian church last Sunday aftercity, including licenses and back tax A noon, and delivered a very interesting collected from all sources, and all is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture. pounds, with fine mane and tail and sermon. revenues from all other sources except It is all ready to use. Just dip in the brush and plenty of bone and substance, with lots arising from the Water Works Misses Lucinda and Elizabeth Lutes those Our facilities for doing first-clago ahead. System are hereby apportioned to the work are unsurpassed. Our establish- have been visiting Misses Laura and General Revenue Fund and shaH be of natural style. He ha racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just ment is equipped with the best and Claudia Carter and other friends and used to pay all general claims against as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by flows freely and evenly,' and two minutes the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda the City not otherwise provided for. most modern appliances for doing all relatives near Turnersville. practice will make you an expert in its applicaSection kinds of Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing Harris Bros, and several others in the Water5: All revenues arising from Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Works System is hereby aption. It makes old floors new, and no floor is every department is this neighhorhood have ordered cotton portioned to the Water Works Revenue Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he seed hulls for their cattle, owing to the Fund, and shall be used in paying the by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, Operated By Experts expenses of maintaining and repairing champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, scarcity of feed in this vicinity. smooth, sanitary and beautiful. the Water Works System. ranging in price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. whe thoroughly understand the busiAbout thirty five young people stormSection 6: This ordinance shall take ness. Every garment that leaves our ed Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Murphy, Sat- effect from and after its passage, ap- Visitors are welcome at all times. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with . damp I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred shop is absolutely Clean and Spotless. urday evening at their hospitable home proval and publication as required by mop water does not damage it. It is elastic or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reason- on the new Lancaster and Danville law. L. G. Davidson, Mayor. and tough, and does not mar under heel nails, prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-able. Come in and see us. Attested. road. F. G. Hurt, City Clerk. or casters. Mrs. Eliza E. Harris came very near being seriously hurt when her skirt got FOR SALE BY caught on the buggy step in Stanford a TEN MINUTES SPENT READING THE ADVERTISEMENTS few days ago, and she was thrown forward, how ever we are glad to state MAY MEAN TEN DOLLARS SAVED. Public Square. Horses, Jacks and Jennets for sale at alf times. she escaped with only a few bruises. drama. to pageant far the biggest thing which comes for the collection lur he year 191 an Lexington will be the splendid ad valorum tax on all property subject 1 dGllsL Diaw A Check Brethren" at the Gu Doa RpA 1 at (Bi The Garrard Bank '' Trust Company METAL SHINGLES Are Stormproof i- "l ' f- - wonderful FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN -- tones mm 5SRsS2S3mMv '& wmsi85ti8mm&8mmgm CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. II 2 ,&.. B - rEnl T prize-winni- let J Beecher Morgan. vrtvSK Dorsey Gold Dust, $10. Jr. Great Industry ss It CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, KENTUCKY. Page 4 The Central Record GARRARD COUNTY incorporated. Issued Weekly. T F" The Central Record, Thursday April 9, 1914 CITY COUNCIL Proves To Be Yery Interesting. LOUISVILLE LOSES JAMES B. $1.00 a year. FISCAL COURT MEETS WITH A NEW PRESIDING And Other New Faces REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING IN STRUGGLE FOR REGIONAL BANK The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held on Monday night and proved a very interesting one, the most interesting part being a futile effort upon the part of some of our citizens to get introduced a telephone and electric light franchise, one quite similar to the one offered some time since, of which the council refused to take cogr.izance. The prososed franchise called for a standard Bell Telephone rate in so far as the telephone part of it was concerned, and the electric light part called for a rate of 12 cents per kilowatt, with a minimum charge of $1.00 per month for private individuals. The preposition met with cold comfort, as no member of the council was found who was willing to introduce it, and it again failed to become a matter of record upon the council's book. A permit was granted Mr. Luther E. Herron and his associates to erect a building on Mr. Herron's lot on Stanford street, the old Pherigo lot, the building to be 40x90 feet, of concrete blocks, two story with a metal roof, the lower or basement story to be used as a garage and the ground or second lloor as a moving picture show and Kentucky To Be In PORINSON Frump The Prospects for a big Fruit Crop is good, but to make assurance doubly sure fi R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Entered at tha I'ou Oilice tn I.micater, ns gecoii(I-Cl.-s Kjr. Mull Mntlcr. OFFICER In Its Personnel. Cleveland And St. Louis District. Member Kentucky Press Association and Spray Your Trees. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 9, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OiRces "or County Offices .. .S 5.)0 1U.00 For State and District Oiiices.... 15.00 .10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per ime Obituaries, per line 10 05 Our County Court House is not only becoming dilapidated in appearance but unsafe for occupancy. Last week a large quanity of plastering fell in the Counlj Clerk's oilice during business hours and theCleik and his deputy escaped serious injury. TheCircuit lourt room is in such condition that imperils the safety at all times of tho-- e who- are compelled to be in attendance upu: ihc Circuit Court. It is practi-cimpossible to furnish heat in this The limiting to make it comfortable. arru..i.eni,nt is such that it is practical lmpoble to keep it in a sanitary coi .uion. The Fiscal Court is power-I- t with the means at hand to remedy ' . ' .ui'Jitions. The financial condition .' u.i-- C"unty at this time is such that it c.iulo uvil .iuird to repair it.- - County iVu'i lijj-- e hnJ iiy all me.uis it. should (i -e t ; i! i u-W.' I) 'iu-t'-f l have arc inteivsttd in bji pride a.iu to. r ab.ic air t. to tile extent lliat. u majority wM.i vjic i.i laVur ol a safl.i-ien- t Ijoral i?u- - t ovcr-hdu- ! the ll.ute in order to have a plde lourt of secuiity for the public lecoids wil a baft and sanitary p at- - tor its oiTuers H'liv tin ir public (iuti.-of bo'id isi e nut for tin pjrpjje at tiia na.:t Novum ier nar-rowl- .v u, f s el CI4011. THE SICK. It will be u source of gratification to the friend of Jlr William Ray throughout the county to know that he continues to improve steadily and is hoped and b?lieved that he will make a quick Mr. Kay was and complete- - recovery. operated upon for appendicitis on March 2Sth and for several days thereafter his life was dispaired of. Mr. John W. Walter continues in a precarions condition at his home on Lexington street in this city, and while 'ite shows some improvement in the last few days, yet he is a very sick man, and because of his advanced years, serious hopes are entertained for his . malady has developed into typhoid fever. He is doing as well as could be expected; he is at the home of Mrs. Isaac Hamilton on Water street where every attention is being given him. and is hoped that the disease will run its course wiihout serious result. Mr. Peter Well who is ill of typhoid fever at the home of his sister near Hyattsville, is somewhat improved, his fever has commenced to subside and it is thought that he will make rapid recovery. Dr. Wheeler's The Garrard County Fiscal Court met Tuesday, the first meeting of that body since County Judge Clayton A. Arnold was inducted into oilice in January of this j ear, and notwithstanding this was his first time tc preside over the deliberations of that body, Judge Arnold's actions were marked by a careful and painstaking demeanor which promises-fo- r him one of the best olllc-er- s the county ever had. The court was made up as follows; Judge C. A, Arnold presiding, 'Squire John N. White, Lancaster district, 'Squire Logan Ison. Bryantsville district, 'Squire John Ham, Huckeye district and 'Squire John L. Coldiron, who represents the constituency of the Paint Lick district of the county. County Attorney Green Clay Walker was present in his capacity of legal adviser to the Court, while County Clerk J. W. Hamilton, affable and efficient was on hand prepared to take the minutes of their proceedings. A casual observer dropping in upon the proceedings would never have dreamed that this was the first session of this august body, as the business was transacted as smoothly and ellicienlly as if the court had been working together for years. We .do not wish to convey the idea that the rapidity and smooth work of the body precluded the giving of the proper attention to the .ilVairs of the county, the reverse was the rule, each and every matter was gone into carefully, the various members expressing their opinion freely as to the business transacted, showing an intelligent acquaintance with the work at hand. Each and every claim filed was carefully gone over and inquired into as to its accuracy and the court showed conclusively that the affairs of the county for the next four years have been intrusted into good hands. This was time prescribed at which a Hoad Engineer and Supervisor should be elected. There were we understand a goodly number of "receptive candidates" for this position, and besides these. Messrs James A. Clark, J. C. Iiogie, II ay den Leavell and the present incumbent, Mr. Cleveland Bourne, were applicants for this position, Judge Arnold selected Mr. Clark to fill this responsible position, and the court readily acquiesced in his selection, and in the event Mr. Clark can stand the examination which is required of all road engineers, and which he doubtless can very readily do, he will have charge of the roads of the county for the next four years. The examination must be taken within the next ten days. The landing of the plum by Mr, Clark will meet with the approval of a great majority of the people of the county, for aside from having always been a consistent and hard working democrat, ever ready and willing to help the nominees of the party, "Jim" Ciark is a clever gentleman, popular with all classes irrespective of political affiliation. Col. A, D. Leavell, who lias been Live Stock Inspector for the county for the past two terms, was reelected to that position. Mr. Leavell hasmade a faithful officer, giving much of his time and attention to the work and looking carefully after the duties incident to the position, and his appointment will also meet with popular approval. IN THE RACE TO STAY SAYS LANCASTER STANLEY. Some of th opponents of Mr. A. O. Stanlej becoming alarmed at his apparent growing popularity as a candidate for the nomination for the Senate have started a report that he may withdraw. He denies the report in the following statement:- 'The statement appearing in quite a number of Republican papers that I am about to withdraw from the race for the Senate should cause amusement rather than speculation. They have had me out of the race so often before that tins last reiteration has but little si;;i 'finance. 'Tiie wish is father to the thought. Many Republicans who edit papers, as well as many who do not, are as much in my defeatasthestanchest lntertsu-adherents if some of my opponents. The know that my nomination means my erection, and that is exactly what those who plan to make Hradley's successor a Republican do not want. "The claim that I was brought out BOY GOOD. MAKING Evving Stultz, of this city, who was interested with his father here during the past two years, as local agents for the Continental Insurance Co, has been promoted to assistant superintendent of agents, and is now in th main office of the company at Chicago. The friends of Ewing are very proud of his rapid rise in the insurance world. BOGIE. Mr. Andrew Bogie died at the home of his son. J. O, Bogie at Buckeye, on Wednesday April 1st of a comnlication of disease incident to his advanced years. After funeral services by "ro. Tinder, his remains were interred on the following day Thursday at Gunns' Chapel. Mr. Bogie was in his (53th year at the time of his death and had been in failing health for more than a year. He was born in Madison county, but came to Garrard forty two years ago, marry ing a Miss Teater of the Buckeye vicinity, who preceded him to the grave thirty years ago. To this union was born four children. Mr. Lcton Bogie of Jessamine county, Jasper Bogie of Edinburg Ind., John O. Bogie of Buck eye and Mrs. J. W. Sanders of this county, all of whom survive him. Mr. Bogie a few years since married the widow of the late Herod Ray, who also survives him. Mr. Bogie was one of the good citizens of his community, highly respected, upright and honorable, a lifelong member of the Christian church and a man whose presence will be sadly missed in the community in which he has 60, long lived. The Record joins the 'sorrowing friends in condolence to the sorrowing family. ( by the liquor interests, their chosen candidate, to defeat Mr. Beckham, made with such a flourish of trumpets, is, it appears, not even believed by his managers and clo-eadvisers. Since the widest circulation is given to a statement made in Mr. Beckham's interest and which is evidently inspired, that these same interests are not behind me and that they will not be in a material or any other way. it is evident that these same advisers and managers have found that a statement making me the candidate of these interests was so ridiculous and absurb that his own henchmen have not the face to repeat it. t "As an evidence of my' deep' gloom over the reception already accorded me and of my lack of activity, I shall only speak about once a day next week. We have a first class carriage painter "After the reception recently accorded me, if I wre not a candidate, I Let us have your old buggy to paint would get into the race before night. and make look as good as new. W. J. Romans. I am figuring on my majority now." Louisville lost in herefforts togetoneof the newly estab!ished"Regional Banks" the eartern portion of the state being assigned to the Cleveland district while the remainder of the state was assign ed to the St Louis district. The official announcement locates the boundary in so far as this particular locality is con cerned as follows "East of the western boundaries cf the counties of Boone, Grant, Scott, Woodford, Jessamine, GARRARD. Lincoln, Pulaski and Mc Creary. This location is supposed to have been made because of the direction of the natural trend of business, that in this locality having a tendency toward Cleveland as against St Louis, while the territory of the state west of the Q & C railroad in inclined toward Louisville and St Louis. While Kentucky nas no direct interests of a business character worthy of mention, it is understood that a branch Regional Bank will be established in Cincinnati for the accommodation of this section of country, which to all intents and purposes would serve the same purpose theater. A permit was also granted the Little- - j as if Cincinnati had secured one of the John Amusement Co., to hold a Street much sought locations. It is also high Fair on the Ball Park lot during the ly probable that a branch institution week of May 11th. will be established in Louisville to acAn ordinance was passee levying an commodate that part of the territory ad valorem tax of 75 cents on the SJ00. which is in the St Louis district, and on all assessable property and a poll of which be of equal advantage to the 51.50. latter city. Tha following bills were allowed:-Hughe- s Of the Cleveland district, including Bros., balance on accounty, re- Eastern Kentucky, the Reserve Commodeling Stanford street, $1000., $300. mittee has issued the following of which was ordered paid; Garrard statistics: Milling Co. account $104.1)7; George Area, 183,91)5 square miles. Palmer, auditing books, 50.00; David Population, 7.901,022. Ross, claim $4D.50 and note due CitiNumber of national banks, 724. zens Bank $S00. ordered paid. City Capital and surplus, $192,117,253. Treasurer W. F. Champ reported$1200. Six per cent subsciption. $11,528,835. in the treasury. Subsciption. including that on State The regular council meetings are banks and trust companies, $11,021,835. held on the first Monday night in each This membership will mean the inmonth and are growing to be very in- vestment of about $100,000 by Lexingteresting. The citizens of the town ton banks in the Cleveland Reserve should attend these meetings as fre Bank, arid in return receives the proquently as possible, as the laws enact- tection and banking facilities afforded ed are for your government, the fran- by the unity of over seven hundred chises granted are of just as much in other banks. terest to one citizen as another. The The largest district is that of New funds administered are contributed by York with 47S national banks as mem-bei- s the citizens in taxes, and they have a and with capital of over twenty right to, and should know how these millions. The next largest is the funds are expended. The citizens have Chicago bank with thirteen millions a right to know and should know just capital and nearly a thousand member what legislation is proposed for the banks, The Philadelphia bank with government of the town, they are $12,000,000 capital and 800 members is deeply interested in every franchise third in size and the Cleveland bank offered or granted, and they should fourth. keep posted along these lines, and this According to a law passed at the last can only be done by attending the session of the General Assembly, State meetings of the council. banks may take stock in the regional banks, but are not required to do so. They will be admitted to membership Good Citizens Hi. upon application, but only upon the County surveyor Homer linsley is same terms as National banks, that is, ill at his home on the Poor Ridge pike by subscribing to the stock of the reand Mr. Davis Sutton is alsj sick at serve bank to the extent of six per his home at McCreary, and it is feared cent of their capital and surplus. that each of these gentlemen is suffer The purpose of the reserve banks is ing with typhoid fever. to provide a bank which will advance money to local banks by rediscounting commercial paper, and will also serve A NARROW ESCAPE. as the approved reserve agents for the On last Saturday afternoon County various local banks. Clerk J. W. Hamilton and his assistant Heretofore the national banks all Mr. H. D. Tomlinson were constantly over the country have kept a large part annoyed by sand dropping from the of their reserve with their correspond plastering on their books, and M' ents in New York, and when it became Hamilton had just suggested that they necessary tor mem to rediscount com put away the books and investigate to mercial notes, also went to New York see if the plastering overhead was for their money. loose and liable to fall. Scarcely had The regional bank system consequent he uttered the words when a section of ly takes from New York a vast amount plaster about four feet in diameter' of its financial power, and distributes crashed onto the desk where they had it in regional banks, of which the banks just been at work. It missed Mr, tnemseives are tne stocKiioiuers, so Tomlinson's head by the sixteenth patt that in a measure they will draw diviof an inch. dends from the banks in which their It dos seem that the old Palace of reserve is deposited and from which in JusMce is going into a general decay. times of stress they borrow money. and no funds avail with which to re One of the greatest benefits of the pair it. The people of the county most regional system is expected to prove assuredly should vote a reasonable itself by making panics impossible amount of bonds with which to make Should a pressure for money become the repairs absolutely necessary to the so heavy that the reginal bank cannot comfort and preservation of thestruct- meet it, it may go to the other reserve ure, if not for the sake of county pride, uanKS tor reliet, and will naturally go then for the safety of the officials to those sections where money at the whose lives are imperiled every day time is easy, thus averting the present the work in the court house. mighty t bb and flow of money in and out of New York at recurrent periods every year. The failure of New York to supply as much as is needed at critical moments has been one of the causes of panics in previous years. HELM. One region is prevented from taking advantage of the necessity of another The following from the Interior by a limit of six per cent dividends. .Innmnl nnrl trip hnmp of trip Wtn TTnrvo Earnings to a certain amount above Helm, makes very interesting reading. this go to the surplus fund, and above "Hon. L. M. Smith, who made such this mark, the excess earnings mustbe a creditable record in the recent legis- paid into the United States Treasury. lature, and who was one of the few members, oi mat. Douy wno came our with flying colors, is receiving many ARNOLD. flattering requests from different parts The remains ot little France Pope of the Eighth District to become a can didate for Congress, and he has the Arnold, the infant daughter of Mr. and matter under serious consideration. In Mrs, J. V. Arnold of Birmingham, Ala. her talk here on "Moonlight Schools", were brought here on Monday and in Mrs. Cora Wilson btewart paid out terred in the family lot at Manse. young representative the compliment of The dear little comforter only came a saying that he was on the right side few short weeks ago to brighten the for every question that came up in the home of the parents, when its was legislature, and Commissioner of Ag- taken back to the arms of Him who riculture Newman, in his talk to the" gave it, but the few short weeks which farmers Wednesday said that Mr. it was spared to them was sufficient to Smith voted for every question that so endear it to them as .to . make the. came up for the aid or benefit of the parting almost unbearable. Mrs. Arnold farmers. If Mr. Smith decides to run before her marriage was Miss Florence he will make it mighty interesting for Burnside, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. The beG. Burnside of Point Leavell. the other fellow." Since Mr. Helm voted against the reaved couple have the sympathy of repeal of the Canal Toll bill, we are innumerable Garrard,pounty friends in not surprised at the above. their loss. We Sell The Material. McRoberts Drug Store. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. I Governor James B McCreary opened his campaign for the United States Senate in a speech at Winchester Ky., It was County Court last Monday. day and the Governor was honored with a good crowd and his speech was well received. While he failed to present Q any new issues in his speech, he douot-les- s pleased his followers by failing to I make any attack upon his three opponents for whom he expressed the warmest personal feeling. What effect the Governor's speeches will have upon 5 the Democratic voters is jet to be seen. He had always been strong j in Garrard County heretofore, always irettintr the maioritv of the votes in Democratic primaries when he was a i candidate, but politics seem to be more mixed this time than heretofore. While j we find considerable sentiment backing his candidacy for the Senate and a j number of Democratic leaders who will support him in this race we do not believe he will get the majority of the votes in the August primary in this County. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. OliGANIZIW 1S.S3. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. i Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. I This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us. and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. ' j JILp 1 $ $$&4 isssssgg HraJi. is Oil When Paint Scales Bills "NSN ! BIG CONFERENCE IN LOUISVILLE DELEGATES . signal. ATTRACTS IN CHEAT NUMBERS FROM ! , Moisture seeps through, the wocd cweHs, cracks, decays. The hov.:c rpes down in value. The first paint scale is a clanger All Paris Of Country. - Ths big Conference For Education In The South, now in session in Louisville is attracting a large number of puplto that city, and much good is e.pe -ted to be accomplished by the confei-encIncluded among the delegates are farmers and business men, country doctors, country ministers, teachers and editors from fifteen southern states and agricultural experts from thirty-thre- e northern and southern states. The conference will close its four days Simultaneously session on Friday. with the Conference will be held meetings of the Southern Educational Association, The Associatien of College Women and The League of Southern Women Writers. The primary object of the conference is to devise means for the organization rural communities for the development of farms and country homes, schools and churches, and to this end there is in attendance at the meeting some of the most eminent authorities Comin the country on munities." e. Phoenix White Lead (Uutd Doy Painter Trade Mark) and pure linseed oil paint doesn't scale. It film that keeps forme en elastic, won't-crac- k values up and cuts out repairs. It can be tinted the color you wish for your house. Its beauty lasts for years. We carry Dutch Boy White Lead and Linseed Oil as well as Tinting Colors and other paint and painting.requi3ites. See us for quality. C. C. &. J. K Stormes A m R. E. McRoberts BWttftftMAftftii mzmimt&tjm$m School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Bro. Tinder visited our school Tuesday morning and conducted the exercises Miss Masons room will entertain Friday morning at 8:15. The public is invited. Rev. Smith visited our school Wednesday and conducted our Chapel ex- - Miss Marie Ballard, senior member of this year, is seriously ill at her home on Depot street. Messrs Billy Mason of M. M. I. Millersburg and Frank Tinder of State College Lexington were visitors at our Cre am FOR LOOKS BAD FOR High school teachers was called home Thursday bv the death of her aunt. Mrs. Theo Cur-re- y taught in her pi ace for the day. Capt Herndon presented to the school on Mch. 31st a nice large book entitled "Kentucky Biographies". This book has a nice back, well bound and good print and paper. It gives accounts of all great men of Kentucky. It gives lengthy articles and pictures of several of greatest men of our state-Cap- t, Herndon being included. Miss Robinson's exercise Friday morning was enjoyed very much. It was the 1st act of "The Merchant of Venice" by the six senior boys, Messrs Boweii Givens, Bihy Swope, Ector LaWson, Carl Acton and Lucian Grant. The following were present. Mi js Tommy Francis, Mesdames Wood Burnside, Sam Johnson, Dolly Brown, Henry Moore, W. L. Lawson, MissTomlinson, Mrs Grant, Mrs. M. L. Caneer and little daughter Miss Effie, Mrs. Alex Walker and daughter little Miss Vir ginia Pearl and Mr. Chas. Doty. Base Ball Meeting On Wednesday afternoon the members of the High school assembled in the auditorium for the purpose of electing Manager and Secretary and Treas for the ensuing year. They did not elect a captain but left it for Mr. Harry Ware to decide upon. As soon as they can get on the field to go right down to hard practice Mr. Ware will appoint a captain. We-wi- ll have a: good team this year, with three good pitchers and two good catchers and good infield and out field men. Air. caneer was uuereu ine Managers Chair but would not accept. Mr. Robt. Tomlinson was elected Mgr. and Mr.. C. B. Acton was elected Sect. and Treas. school Monday. Miss Noland, one of the Easter. I I Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co ',00.P)A& i i (0XXXX'(3;XXXX3) (XXXXX0. He Knows A Good Thing that husband of yours. When he sees you using White Swan Flour m i d I s I I too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR i I I I 1 be sure that he expects bis some fine bread, cuits or cake. He's right 'makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him that you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. I I I I'" M '- I. s Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills - The Central Record, Thursday April 9, .191(4. rv Page 5 STANFORD. NewsOfTheChurcnes. Mrs. B. G. Rout is visiting her son, Miss Bessie Prather is in Richmond Mrs. C. H. Clark and daughter have Beverly Rout and wife in Louisville. returned to their home at Lexington for a visit to Miss Pearl Sebastian. i after spending a week with her mother Mrs. J. L. Tottcn, of Lebanon, was There will be preaching at Sycamore Mesdames Henry Simpson and John I the guest of Mrs Walter Jones Sunday. Mrs. Sam Bourne. uuui uuuse nexi aunuay ailernoon. Farra were visitors in Danville the first Miss Annette Wray. of Danville, was At this time a Sunday School will Le A Brief Mention of the Comines and Messrs Joe West and W. B. Mason of the week. Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. the truest nf Mice fV?iniM Tit Satur- - organized and all are most cordially inJr. came from M. M. I. at Millersburg Miss Willie Wilkinson is in Danville ,iav an,i 5ni.,v vited to attend this service. Ky. Saturday for a few days visit to uie guesi oi ner sister. .ir3. torest Russell Brown, of Lancaster was The quarterly meeting of McKendne Grass Seeders, Oat and Wheat Drills. Prices always their parents and friends. Fitzgerald. Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford has been here with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. church will be held next Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton have reDr. Guy Lillard of Lawrenceburg Brown, Monday. visiting Mrs Hayden Leavel). Right Quality Considered. Sunday. Let all members remembti turned from a stay in Indianapolis. was here to see Mr. A. C. Miles who Mrs. Susan Bright Yeager has been this announcement and be present. Mr Wm Whaley of Paris was Miss Wihle there Mr. Cotton purchased a is considered very ill. confined to her room for several days Sarah Daniels guest on Sunday. very handsome automobile. Professor and Mrs. M. L. Caneer on account of illness. JgJMrs Hhiternish of Covington, is here Messrs Jim Stapp of Lexington and were in Louisville for the Southern Miss Patsy Kinnaird. of Lancaster, visiting her daughter, Mrs N. Miller. Hughly Sherrow of Richmond were Educational Association. was the guest of Miss Mary Lynn Fox, In the Alabama primary electic Mr. D. B. Sanders of Paducah wos here Sunday, the guest of Misses Mr. J. Wade Walker and Rev. W. M Saturday and Sunday. Monday, Hon Oscar W. Under-.vi11 1L 1L the recent guest of Miss Louise Slack. Eunice and Bessie Prather. Eldridge, of Paint Lick are attending Mrs. Hugh Reid is in Louisville with defeat!! (Jiehriril PonKAr II.. I. ...... . Mrs. S. D. Cochran entertained the the S. E. A. at Louisville this week. Miss Tabetta Alderson of Harrods-bur- g Mrs. Virgil Lee of M.ddlesboro. who is i ,lllraIitv ' ,,, AN xlHfeted to B. Y. P. U. society at her home on was a recent visitor in Lancaster. Horace Walker of Louisville has there for an operation, The State Board of Prison Commi Friday evening. A delicions luncheon W. 0. Goodloe joined his wife in Francis Weatherford, of Birmingham sioners nas closed a Full of the newest debeen here visiting his sister Mrs. lease for a J.l was served to those assembled. Hendersonsville N. C. last Friday for a iFSPSS a George D. Robinson for several davs. Ala, i"3 the guest of his parents, SherilF acre farm near Frankfort in Fran r signs in Spring and Sum rz i short visit. J. G. Weatherford and wife. Mrs.Givens P. Terrill and daughter county for the use of the Reformatory Mr. Samuel Walters of Portland mer Dress Goods, and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of Miss Bessie Gulley will be the guest Miss Isabella have been in Lexington Oregon is here at the e General Villa who occupies Torr ' of his just received from our of Miss Myrtle Hendren at Kirksville the guests of Mrs. E. M. Denny, Mrs. father Mr. John Walters who remains Lancaster, were the guests of his sis- has ordered the inimediste e vacua Ik wholesaler. Pretty Elizabeth Boland and Miss Dorothy. ter, .Mrs. Will Hays Saturday. on Easter Sunday. dangerously ill. of that city by all Spaniard, and hr:r things to interest the Willie Miller, Mrs. Carlton Elkin. property will, at least tewporari!:. . t . The Chautauqus. Circle held their Mr Creed Simpson has returned to Hon. Charles C. Fox of Danville and ladies, dainty fabrics the Lexington Business College after a weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. B. Professor George McCord of Columbus Misses Anna Margaret Elkin. Helen confiscated. and Martha Gill, of Lancaster, were F. Hudson. The subject discussed Ohio are guesta that are sure to be soon Thirty three United States senator visit to his parents. of Reverend and Mrs. here Saturday a short time. was, "The Underlying Idea of Evolu- J. Rockwell are to be ulectwi this year ty the !u i worn by our wisest Smith. Miss Lizzie Bettis of the Richmond tion." Miss Nancv Yeager who is attending vote ot the people in the first ger era Plenty of pat. Normal school is with her mother, Mrs Mrs. C. M. Clay of Richmond who the Conservatory of Music at Cincin- test of the seventeenth James P. Bourne Jr., of Lexington nmenttmei.t t. Ella Bettis, for a visit. terns to choose from.but was called to see his mother Mrs. Sam has been a guest at Hotel Kengarlan nati, is at Juine for Easter vacation the constitution. all the materials of the Miss Martha Kavanaugh is at home Bourne who fell and broke her hip. for two weeks has gone to Lexington with her mother. Airs. Susan Yeager. The engineer, fireman awl barg- from the Normal school in Richmond though is resting as well as could be for a visit of several weeks. Come and look at them latest designsland.best qualities. Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace Waiter, Miss master were instantly kilted ami tiufc' for the spring vacation. and they will coax you to buy, as they are earnest expected. The many admiring friends of Mrs. Mollie Walter and Miss Annie Milburn people badly injured Snmluy when r Miss Fannie Thompson an attractive W. L. Arnold and sons, George M. Patterson will regret very were in Lancaster Sunday afternoo:i bridge over the Wabash river ne.ir i Mr. and Mrs. . young lady of Danville is the guest of Joseph and William and Mr. and Mrs. much to hear there is very little im to see J. V. Walter, who has been tica Ind. gave way under a quiU- - ill for several days. train on lh? Wabash rol. her cousin Miss Hallie Brown. sons, Henry and Tom provement in her condition. J. W. Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. John Burton, of HusSecretary of tha Navy Daniel-- , Re J. T. Ray has returned to his home all of Richmond, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walker and tonville. have announced the engage- issued an order barring Use js. . i in Louisville after a visit to his sister. Mrs. J. S. Johnson Sr. Sunday. pretty little daughter Geogietta Walker ment of their THE CASH STORE. r son. Charles to Miss .Mil- - wines and all intoxicating I'kirm-.t ro Airs. J. V. Brown at Buckeye. Miss Fannie May Miles, of Louisville of Hustonville were guests for a few ler. of Augusta Kan. the weddin; will the Navy. This mciudes battle-- ; DC 1L Miss Nancy Goodloe is over from and Lillard Miles of Nicholasville have 'lays of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. take place yards ami all naval the fust of April. Danville and will remain until her been summonsed to the bedside of Miss Tommie Francis entertained, at In the Chicago Maiicial The rural carriers on Routes 1, Z, 3 Hn parents return from Ilendersonville. their father, Mr. A. C. Miles of Buck- l j t f "Progressive Rook" on Monday even- and I, preentcd J. C. Florence, who Tuesday all the women candidate- - lo-eye who is leported quite. il of Merman, nine in number. Wt.,,. ,; ing for Mrs. .1. Rockwell Smiths at- ha been postmaster here for sixteen eGeorgia Miller Lusk has return-iculoi- s tractive visitors Misses Lyle and Ray. years, with a very handsome chair feated. Only Htf.OWJ of the 21" . ed from a several weeks visit to Mr. Mrs. Mary Epping of Louisville who of Lebanon. when he completed his term of oflice. women who registered voted i.i and Mrs. R. E. Hughes in Louisville. lisix heen the truest of her niece Mrs" L I'rescott Brown entcrta:ned a number election. Mrs. R. P. Gregory gave a birth day Mr and Mrs Herbert Price and little S. Walker, returned to her home Sat- of his friends on Friday evening at a Governor Glenn of New York has r a nice box daughters of Danville, spent Sunday urday She was accompanied by her dinner at her home on Richmond street, Let me book your order for Tln-rKook party at his home. were fused to intei fere with the xeculwith Mrs D. M. Lackey and dautrhter. ' dune-litewho has the honor guest being her mother Mrs. Miss Mario Enninir. -.. n about twenty u( his friends present of tlie gunmen uccer sentence for of Choice Gut Flowers for Easter. with Mrs. Walder for some time. Sarah Rayburn of Richmond. The well Delightfu. refreshments of the gambler Rosenthal, end It. h. Hughes, the "grocery king ,, of been were served appointed course dinner was made more or 339-F- . Phone 43 during thc; evening. four of them will probably be Louisville came Saturday for a short The C. W. B. M. anxiliary and Circle attractive by the table decoration of visit to Lancaster friends and relatives Girls observed Monday Wednesday and early spiing flowers. All orders are appreciated and will be delivered promptly. The wedding of Mis Winnie Davis culed on next Monday. The prayer. Friday as the week of On the grounds that they were ex Bibb, of Oklahoma City, Okla, to John Mr and Mrs. Roy W. Sanders atj Mr. G. C. Walker, formerly of this Carr Spivey. also of Oklahoma City Women's the Government has rejected aJ Buckeye are rejoicing over the arrival following lead the Christian Board of Missions, Mesdames W. A. county, but now of Greensburg Ind, is has been announced and will take place bids submitted for the building of u-of a handsome daughter born on the 2d. and visiting relatives in this county. Arnold, Emma Higginbotham Mr. in Apr. The wedding is of much inter- Mt. Sterling and Sharpsburg post ro.id. inst. Walker left here about 30 years ago est, as the bride lived here before utov and have announced that they would George D, Robinson. Elder F. M. Tinder will be in attendand cast his lot in the Hoosier state ing to Oklahoma. themselves build the road. Mrs. J. Rackwell Smith was the ance this week at the Southern Educagracious hostess Saturday afternoon and has made good there much to the Burglars ei.tertd the pustofik: here State officials, citizens and insurance tional Association which meets in frtw fni linr gratification of his friends at home. last Moiiday night and secured about men are in conference in Louisville rilnnnofl Louisville. Besides owning quite a good farm near $10.95 in cash and stamps out of the seeking to find a solution for the bad charming visitors Misses Eula Ray and Greensburg. he is interested in the oil Mr. Jesse H. Arnold came up SatEvelyn Lyle of Lebanon. "The Manse" cash drawer, 'i'lu-rwa3 about StJOO condition of afl"a:rs brought about in urday night and remained over with Iwas tastily decorated with spring flow fields of that section, that have proven hidden in the oflice that the burglars the state by the enactment the his wife who is visiting her mother s very profitable to him. Insurance measure. uui not nnil. I tie work is believed to Greene-Glen- n ers of varied hue, such as butter-cu- p Mrs. Ella Bettis, Mr. R. E. Hughes, a popular Louis-villia- n be that of professionals, ii number of hyacinths and a profusion of green. Twelve counties in Illinois voted ou' Mr. and Mrs. S D. Timer and beau- -' A delicious luncheon was served the and little daughter Miss Mar- letters were opened, but sj far no one saloons on Tuesday, bringing the tota garet Elkin Hughes, were recent guests has missed anything. tiful little daughter, Annie Belle guests. number of dry counties in the state ui of Judge and Mrs. M. D. Hughes. The Siieep killi'ig dogs have begun their to forty two. Women are responsible worthy son came to do honor to a work here this spring very ..irly. A for the dry victories, and the eiecti r birthday dinner celebration for his pack of dogs entered the flock of sheep of Tuesday will jnit over 1,000 aluors mother Mrs. Martha Elkin Hughes. belonging to Harry 0. Baughman this out of existence. The invitation list only included the week ami ktKd and mangled ! of his The Fi- -t Nanoal C.n' of l.u,!or A SSLO immediate family circle. The only ewes and made their escape before Mr. Ky. had if. Jjo 3 cloaid by a Natiop draw back for the happy occasion was Buughmaii was able to reach them Bank Inspector, who in his report the absence of the daughter Mrs. Per- with his hhotgun. The sheep raisers Treasury Department gives as cy Noland who was far away in her of this county are very much usturled "the impairment of its capita a cewestern home. over the number of prowling dogs. stock". It h;! a capital stock oi " 12, in 16 Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, who Wm Z. Carpenter dieii at the home 000. and was one of the leading finai WE ARE READY FOR YOU. is the attractive guest of her sister, of Mrs. Rebecca C'irpenter at Huston- cia! institutions of eastern Kentucky. Mrs. Thomas M. Wilson, was the e ville. Friday of diabetes. He had been in !h.- " at the meeting of the Ladies' Aft- confined to his bed for aboutsix weeks. Ky., ernoon Bridge Club on Friday after- He was one of the best citizens of the 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CSLliiK. noon at the home of Mrs. Wilson, on West End and his death comes as shock 4. West Chestnut Street. There were to his many friends and relatives. He Two three . .afcii S2SS ed, thetables. prize, aprizes were award- is a brother of Dr. J. G. Cirpent-r- , of Leave orders at Siormes Drug Store club fruit basket, be- this city and George Carpenter of near m I ing won by Mrs. Frank N. Downer, Crab Orchard. He also has a hi other for renewals for papers and msgarme and the guest prize, a salad basket, D. R. Carpenter at Nashville, who at- Get my cataVg prices. .Mrs. Dollie Br vr, was captured by Miss Mount. The tended the burial, and three sisters. hostess served a salad course. Bowl- Mrs. Belle Dalton of Lexington. Misses ,Known If you want Seed Oats. Setd Vr ing Green Messenge. Dove and Jennie Carpenter, of GeorgeBY MRS. J. B. KINNAIRD, Of Lancaster, Ky. Corn to Feed, see Miss Joan Mount ami Mrs. Thomas town. Garrard MiHisg to Wilson went down to Nashville from &SSBS&SBB55SeSE5SESBBSES55ESEaEE. 11. C. Reynolds a stock dealer of Bowling Green seeing Tetrazzini also Stanford bought of Cicero Reynolds, of If you arogoing to need some Cement "Joseph and his Brethren". Stanford, a calf for $'. Sand, Brick or Lime, call on Butter Scotch Pie. The Garrard Milling Co. A. T. Nunelcy. o.vner of the stock Public Sale and Rental. pens, ot Stantord, sold to Sa'n Costello 1 3 eggs, olks. cups brown sugar, Brown LegLtr sixteen 90 pound hogj at 8 cents. I will on Oflice over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. 1 tablespoon butter, C. C. Withers, of Lincoln eounty. eggs for snkr. 59c a setting 3 tablespoons flour, SATURDAY APRiL 11th. H EKZ3E3K3EBB at 2 o'clock P. M. at my residence on bought of W. H. Underwood, of Hubble tf Earl Farra. Lancaster Ky 1 cup water. 1 cup milk, Richmond street in Lancaster Ky. sell a 400 pound steer calf for S22.50. fPhwie 195. my household and kitchen furniture and S. J. Bell, of Stanford, sold to James 1 small teaspoon vanilla. Home-comin- g WANTED. Information of John personal property, consisting of one M. Gover, a well known farmer of Lin Pendleton and wife Sarah Banks Cook combined mars, a years old, one family coln, four mule colts Mix flour and sugar together, add yolks of eggs, milk and water. at 590. per head. lived in county 1S2.S; any mare S years old, one brood mare 9 until thick and put into crusts already baked. Use whites for meringue. Mrs. Cicero Renolds, of Stanford ptease communicate with T years old, two number one Jersey cows bought of Will Mershon. of thc same Pendleton Cunimins. Crab Orchaid 50 barred Plymouth Rock chickens, one place, two 115 pound bogs at 81 cents Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard. Ky. farm wagon, lot farming tools, B. D. Holtzelaw.of Walnut Flat secas harrows, plows, hoes, pitchforks etc tion, sold to John Rigsby, of Preachers For Sale one set wagon harness, lot plow gear, ville, ten 120 pound shoats at S cents two large kettles, lot canned fruit and lr.ii acres land near HyattsvilU- - K-- . pound. preserves, household and kitchen furni- per If nut soid by March 1st. westd lease T. W. Jones, a well known stock to one or nor parties for tobtcc or JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. W. H. HARRIS, Pres. ture. I will at the same time and place rent fir the remainder of the year the dealer of Lincoln county, soid to Sam hemp. Holtzclaw ten 100 pound hogs at 71 Address, Mrs. PattieG. Haydor, residence where I now live. &&tijt(&i.tl2i&i!SritiB cents a pound. MRS. BETTIE DUDDERAR. Nieholasville, Ky. It. R. 1. B. B. Holtzclaw. a farmer of Walnut Phone 4S72. Lexington Exchange. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. To The People Who Flat section bought of J. W. Creech, of East Bernstadt, twenty U0 pound Public Sale. "Which are the alum baking powders shoats at seven cents. how can I avoid them unless they are named?" Will Bright, cashier of the Lincoln I will sell at Public auction, in Buens Having sold my farm and expecting county National Bank at Stanford, Vista, on Saturday. May 2nd, 1914. at asks a housekeeper. sold to Sam Holtzclaw twenty 140 lb. 2 p. m., one Six Horse Power Gasoline to leave the county, I will on, Here is one way: take the can of a low-pric- ed hogs at 8 cents per pound. Engine and Grist Mill. SATURDAY, APRIL 11th, 191-powder in your hand and read the Albert Skinner. Milton Deavors, of near Hustonville at 10 o'clock promptly, at my farm, 3 Lincoln county, sold to J. J. Allen, a ingredient clause upon the back label. The Notice. miles from Lancaster, on Buckeye pike, stock dealer of Hustonville, five head law requires that if the powder contains alum We have made arrangesell to.the highest bidder, the follow- of 112 pound hogs at 7 cants per pound Notice is hereby given that the that fact must be there stated. If you find ing: ments with our mills for also five head of of 112 pound hogs to of Burnett & Elliott, Physicians, one of the ingredients named alum, or sulOne twelve year old work horse 1 Ed Buchanan, of Hustonville these special bills and can for 7 cts has been dissolved. AH accounts made phate of aluminum, you have found an alum four year old horse, both safe for lady, per pound. in favor of either Wm. Burnett or W. give prompt service. We are making the special price of 50 bushels of choice seed Sweet Potabaling ponder. M. Elliott during the years 1912 and toes, 4 Jersey milk cows, good milkers, Seed corn and seed oats for cash at 1913 are joint accounts and all persons We are also $1.80 per hundred F. 0. B. cars Lancaster. There is another and a better way. You 5 Jersey heifers, two gilts, farrow in low prices. owing the same are requested to call May, 1 two horse wagon, 1 one horse don't have to know the names of the alum roofing. Garrard Milling Co. at once at the oflice formerly occupied making a specialty on painted and galvanized wagon, good as new, 1 buckboard, 1 powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; by the firm aud pay the said accounts. -'- Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or" roofing.' surrey, some farming implements and After reasonable time if you have failthat assures you a cream of tartar powder, NOTICE. household and kitchen furniture. Set ed to settle, the partnership business and the purest and most healthful baking . blacksmith tools and 30 gallon kettle. All persons having claims against the will be settled by an attorney. We powder beyond question. Terms liberal and announced on day of estate of Zack Elkin, Sr.. will present would thank all those indebted to us to R. P. ISON, sale. same to me properly proven on or be settle promptly. Lancaster, Ky. fore April 27, 1913. Win. Burnett R. L. Elkin, Execuler. Capt Am Bourne, Auct. W. M. Elliott. I I -- JOHN DEERE Line Of Gossip About Disc Harrows, Drag Harrows jreopie Corn Planters. Best Made. I Hammack", the guests on Sunday of Mrs. S. E. Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson is in Stanford , visiting friends and relatives. at Hammack. r JB R. Mount, Son & Co. ii ir INTERESTING CASE. : - General News. c n HEBE'S bed-sid- cas-tome- rs. - S. BROWN. ir psu-nt-- fc ocnuiz s S FOR tut riowers EASTER. Si J vy elt-tior- ! WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. res-siv- e, e e t--i EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build 14 and feet ment Silos diameter, We have had many experienany height. line and our work is the best. ces Come In And Get Your Easter Bonnet -- hon-ore- Write cr telephone us at Stanford, if you need cement work of any kind. MISS RELLA ARNOLD Favorite Recices Hi We PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. .J We Write Anv Kind of i SURANCE Office at National Bank. Women J. A. BEAZLEY Sz CO. Lancaster Colored AUGUST Anticipate Building Tobacco Barns 6, 7, 8, 1914. ps0ttjXtta&s!adi?$ How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder Public Sale. part-nersh- ip Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. WWMMWM Page 6 ra d ne I! T Ail indications iar are for a g00d frUlt CrP so You Breathe It. encral Kecord, Thursci&.y April 9, 1914. ! a Serious Catarrh Yields To Hyomei. therst deep-seated HAMMA-CGeorge Beazley visited Mrs. Jake L'twson last week. Mr Arch Miller called on his bestj girl Saturday evening. Airs. O. L. Hammack visited Mrs. Mary Hammack Thursday. Mrs. Sam Bolton of Madison visited George Beaz.'ey and wife Sunday. A. J. Hammacks two little girls of Caiteisville aie veij sick with Pneumonia, Mis. Devary of Madison visited her brother Mr. and Mrs. Geoig Beazley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Turner visited their aunt S. E. Hammack and other relatives Sunday. Mrs, James Ross and Miss Maggie Ball visited Willie Ball and wife at Lancaster last week. Best Seed Oats. Seed Corn, Lime, Cement Brick, Sand and Salt. We will sell you corn or buy yours, We will sell you hay or buy yours. Our prices are as low as any other standard goods. Garrard Milling Co. Mr. Will Hammack of Lewis, Indiana is visiting his mother Mrs. Mary Hammack and other relatives. Mrs. itf fsy.. YiKa cxxxxx) xex07Y; 'txxxi :ZMmiM I If I P PP SI Be wise in time and use Jlyomei sympton of catanh. tuch as frequent head colds, constant sniflling. pay you. if you have not raising of mucus or droppings in the ilreati placed an order lor them, to get prices on throat. Do not let the disease become and you are in danger of a serious if not fatal ailment-TheMason J3rs. E. Z. Se il Rubbers. is no other treatment for catarrh, head colds, etc., like the Hyomei method, none just as good, so easy and pleasant to us.', or that gives juch UUOCER3. RICHMOND. KY. AH 1LL-.Lquick, sure, and lasting relief. You breathe it-- no .stomach dosing. R. E. WWWfJSflS 'VrtF&fSS&Ss McRoberts will refund your money if you are not benefited. A Good Jack, and a Stud Pony to make the season at Trv Hvoniei at once and see how quickly it clears the head, stops the sniflling, and banishes catitrrh. Hyomei helps vou to enjoy good Kentucky. health. All druggists S. H. ALDRIDGK, Proprintor. Hvtttsville. sell it. Ask for the complete outfit $1.00. OLD BLACK JOE. Jaefc is 'i years old 13 hands high not up on stilts, but stout built, good Tim TKATEKSVILLE. hoJy and bone. He is by Old Hugger, the Jack the Bui tin's stood, and has as many good mules to his credit, as any Jack in the county. The dam of this Jack is John Morgan bred, and traces back to such famous sires as Beecher, Mr. Ott Long visited his brother at i'mne Minister and Joe Blackburn. this place recently. Miss Lane was the guest of her aunt inches high, good style and Mrs. James Hume recently. A beautiful black and white spottei pony, iction. is .ird by Sam Cecils' pony who has as many blue ribbons to his credit Five of Mr. C B. Bolton's children is any pony in Boyle count. His dam is an extra good pony mare and he are suffering with the mumps. shown good breeding. They will stand at Little Willie Rice Lane is suffer- DON'T Each To Insure A Living Colt. ing with the mumps at this writing. A lien will be letamed on all colts until season money is paid and the is due from the man who bred the mare, if soldor parted with. Care taken Mr. Harmon Baker visited his grand ' IISP, Mi prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. at J t3iW5s3;?S?Sfe Footw w6vl m!vmniSQgX8R Footwear is the final detail that gives tone and harmony to the entire outfit. If there is any one time of the year when good footwear is essential it's now. Cur display of exclusive and classy shoes has never been equalled in Danville. HEN'S Jars. Jar re KELLOGG E & CO., Inc. immHs ;VS&V&&W&&& TINKER'S RETREAT. SILVER SI UK. 5-- Florsheims and Tilts in dull, bright and tan leathers. Shoes for comfort and swagger shoes, showing all the new style features. $3.50, $4. $4.50, $5. $6. $7. SHOESNettletons, WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR cer-fui'- l" $8.00 NEGLECT YOUR And sea--..i- i. STOMACH Sure, lndigesiion Safe Effective Relief. tn Registered Hampshire Hogs for Sale at All Times. .......w ..in. ijiiia nume o-- Jbaiuruay. iexmiler Stamp, 12696. Fonle-l April 1:!. lltiXi. St imp. .!?;. Dam .sally Hamilton, 1242G. bay blaze and three white feet, sired by William This is an awful good breeding Clyde breeds, brood .t ud form, broad and c'ose to ground. Just the horse to get work and triuiei Recetitiy I met a Ranchman from South Dakota who bred over 100 mares and he said "The Clyde Horse was the only draft he could get, that would i?l linn a saleable horse from a Texas pony mare up," this means a great deal a.i aur iurses are too small as a rule for work or good mule mares. This horse iin proven a3 sure as any horse I ever kept for service. froi yeirly 12.00 TO INSURE. I will also liHi.ds. at same time and place stand Two Black Jacks, 15 and 15t standard, as much bone, foot, head and ear as Kentucky affords with Look lots of weight,both sound and prompt. at the above stock before breeding. Jacks Stand at $10.00 To Insure. These Jacks were bred in Nelson County, Kentucky, and by what was known as the Bivion Jack, considered by all who know him to be as great as the greatest. He was 10 hands high. Dam of older Jack was by Governor Wood, a great one. I guarantee satisfaction when your colt comes. Above stock will make the season of 1914 at Butna Vista, Ky. A lien retained on all colts for season money. For further information apply to RUBLE, Agent. BLEUCHER 46158. G. H. Record 2:29 lA, Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 V. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15J hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. IS. f I f 190G. in Mien: Ilrajic I KPCuKl sin .s:roof lulls- Itiiri. .shtwln 2.T;1.. Me idiiii (TO1! 2s Irk NlRlit21. Irl of (.xicronInc Seareli-- ( Hv ' Sireof N'ooiiel ( . - . t, 2:27 lums ofC Kroi i:'.. I I liirlit 2:ra'i. Ilrfghtlliilit 2:WJ 2M5n'. Dark Wllk ?i-ijf- . i.iu.es- IS'r.sx :I7' - !.1y . irtf-i- . KniMit Jemi) v irt-.i- llli:(:iI,. t etc. 7.nrr! Belli. rooU trool iiuirr .. ( nf I. clani? of NoruKl Helli l!v N'oroo 52. Sir Mlki-s47V- llttrry ri.iy it. ;:wi. 't Klmo 275. (irvit llrood .Man-- . .Ht. William Lane Jr. is 1 threatened with pneumonia. Several from here attended court in m FALLING HAIR AND Harrodsburg Monday. ITCHING SCALP Jas. Spilman of Harrodsburg made a business trip here Tuesdaj IUJCKKYK. Entirely Needless-U- se Parisian Sage. It Mrs. H. S, Christopher was a shopper in Harrodsburg Monday- i Quickly Removes Dandruff-Y-our We are sorry to say that Mr. A. C. Mr. Hubbard Walton spent several Miles is very sick at this writing. Head Feeling Fine. days of last week in Louisville. Miss Ruth Ray returned home Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Clearence Ruble, of j day after a lonK v;git t0 relatives in Now that Parisian Sage can be had at any drug or toilet counter, it is cer- -' wiImore sPent the weeks end with Mr3 III. tainly needless to have thin. brittle. V. S. Evens. Sunday School opened at this place matted, stringy or faded hair. No mat-- l J. E. Scott and children motored to Sunday afternoon with large attenter how unsightly the hair, how badly Lexington Sunday and were guests of dance. it is falling, or how much dandruff, use Mrs. J. K. Daugherty. ' Parisian SageMr. and Mrs. R W. Sanders are re-it is all that is needed. Miss Blanch Askins of Jessamine One application removes dandruff, the was a guest of the family of J. W. As- joicing over the arrival of a fine baby girl on the 2nd day of April. hair roots are nourished and stimulated kins part of last week. to grow new hair, itching scalp and Mrs. Arch Whittaker and daughter Best Seed Oats. Seed Corn, Lime, falling hair cease, your head feels were the pleasant guest of Mrs. R. W. and Salt. We will t Cement, Brick. Sand ... r -' ii .i a"' Ule na,r "Pcomes sen ,.ou corn or buy yours. We will Sanders, Saturday and Sunday. " , , uuuuua,,,. UIIU IdUlUIIl Wlin sell you hay or buy yours. Our prices Mr. Richard Burton and family, Mrs. ! life and beauty. as low as any other standard Maude Curtis and son motored over You will be surprised and delighted aie Garrard Milling Co. goods. Sunday afternoon to see Mr. A. C. ; with Parisian Sage. Try at least one Christopher and Mrs. Miles. Miss Florence liftv cent bottle. R. E. McRoberts will Sunday with Mri Mr. Andrew Bogie who had been reiund the purchase price if you are E. W. Prowel spent and Mrs. H. S. Christopher. s;ck for several months passed away not satisfied. i Look for the trade mark "The Girl' Mrs. Jas. Christopher has purchased April 1st. After tuneral services were ' . 1.1 UI...T)-..w with the Auuurn Hair a nanusome ri! imuci, nc nan mm tn riayer - me urnriano Til.. oi ll. T:.. - .1nem uy hci. rT,rt.H tin ...nf. In accept no 11 other. . ton Music Ca. of Harrodsburg. rest in the Chapte cemetery. Mr. Wilson Hurt is out again after being confined to his room with rheumatism. Mrs. John 31. Long and children were the guests of her son Mr Elijah Lnmr Thursday Miss Sallie B. Lnne was the pleasant guest of her cousin Miss Zilia Mae Hume Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Haulm md children visit-- d his mother Mrs. Sarah Haidin Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearren were with her father Fiiday night, who is very low with appendicitis. Misses Margie and Kate earren vere the pleasant guest of their little friends Misses Irene and Lucile Grow Fridav night. Best Seed Oats. Seed Corn. Lime, Cement, Brick, Sand and Salt. We will sell vou corn or buy yours. We will sell you hay or buy yours. Our prices are as low as any other standard goods. Garrard Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hardin and children, Mrs. Eliza Hume and family and Mrs. Sarah Hardin were with Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Hume Sunday. If you are not able to digest your food: if you lack an appetite; if your stomach is sour, gassy, upset; jour tongue coated; if your head aches and you are dizzy; if you have heartburn and pains in your colon or bowels, why suffer needlessly? Buy now today fiom R. E. a fifty cent box of Stomach Tablets. Take them regularly and see how quickly you get relief. There is no more effective remedy for stomach ills than It strength ens and builds up surely and safelv the digestive organs, soothes the irritated membrane and increases the flow of the digestive juices. Your whol? system is benefited and you become well and strong. is different from other digesMoney back if not tive remedies. satisfied. Mi-o-a. Mi-o-- Zeigler Brothers John Kelley's & Graver's in dull, bright and mahogany Also Suede, leathers. II m W Caster and Satin. We are showing many new and exclusive lasts, to be found only in high grade lines. Plenty French and Kidney heels. Also Mary Jane or Baby Doll. $3. $3.50, $4. $4.50, $5. AND $6. S- m ' i 1 i mi 511 3i EH i' 51 Si You will find our Shoes the best at every price, and our expert fitting service means a "just right" shoe. May we dress your feet for Easter? 3; fi KITKNA VISTA Bur-gin. Miss Lela Barnette is visiting in PABKS m&M&M&M0f'M & HENDEEN. - Danville's Only Exclusive High Grade Shoe Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. XXXyy HXa"'Xj & CXX''X0Xfrv--- - riadison Peavine 3405 Will make the season of 191-place on Lexington pike at I at my F $10.00 To tare A Li Coll., Madison Peavine, is a beautiful chest nut with star and left hind foot white. He is royally bred, being by Kentucky Peavine and he bv Rex Peavine. 1st dam Maud Helton by Madison Squirrel. You will make no mistake by breeding tc this horse. I will also at same time and place stand my two fine Jacks at My " tfH. . B , , ..,, L -- j ) $ 1 and their breeding can be furnished jou at my 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 should any occur. Jacks are Each to Insure a Living Colt. 0.00fine individuals ... 1 - . Wm. LEAR, Lancaster, Ky. (Mo'ku t t.Jl.i nityo ij;'j It. 2 2 I)ini IT sn'w ' ::iicln-- r SrJ'iJ,.! nf h liilfj to f (lent llrook I Ttil(i)J . . I 55 Silent Brook 19709, 2:1GJ. Monrlc.t (S 2.(17'. uie i Wilkes WW 2.2I,4 S. C.) A,',4. ti- ; IK'tt 1.1 iv slreofCarl Wilket2-14'- : I Plli-n- t CIha HhII Mfti-Jeiitiv t' K Cl.i Harri Cl 13 llrook :un'4. nm Silent llrook M2t.l4. imrt I.1IH fl.n 2:1'-- .ofKeilille Cl.iy film fif Trui-2z21'll . 2.1s Iliioii Sire of 12 iu 2:10. etc. ii Ktliel iif Ilreiirt I!r stratlnnore 10. i:ft"!5, Firno (1) SiOii'i. N.itttv Damof nuui ":or, Ilvt--r SilU (O ( 2ir7 I I Vorkt-(Quee- mmdsh mmH 2r2.Vi.ctc ? wL iLlw bLeJbIh hi BOT m NG CO, sire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:06J. CUv', also produced Reudie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21J. ..toko 21457, sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yarke (1) 2:0iJ (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;04K Native Belle (2) 2:07J (Futurity filly) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity winwinner.) (3) 2:05 (champion ner), Silver Silk (4) 2;03J, Su3ie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 Mobel 2:Ut. Mocheiter 2:101, Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etr Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) 2:0 i. Martha Tipton (4) 2:09. o'Ne'l (3) 2:13J, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Baron D. 2:10. etc. Bleucher 4G153. recoid trial mile 2:14 J. half in 1:06, last quarter in He "2 seconds, U a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race'horse families of the present d ly. He being a real race horse h.'mself, having had very little training and most of that by an amateur. It certainly looks like this iiorse N of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his hlitwbay 2707J. Zarrine 2:07J. Betty Brook 2:09J, Emma Brook 2:093. Lad Bellbraok 2:10. Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10?, Margaret Bathgate His dam, Jennj (I) i, lij, etc. Sire i dam of Chatty Direct (1) 2:071. etc. JS&.offlB,.y up-to-da- te and have as We have just completed our plant, installed bottling plant as there is in Kentucky. We will bottle Soda Water in a Cleanly, Sanitary manner as it is possi- g ble to be done. We are bottling now oir "o.slme S new machinery I GHAPE-AL- L, 3hare of the money sure. BLEUCHER is a perfect type of a road horse, goou gaited with perfect manners, wears no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stal-Ko- n Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road .horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed 9 the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at in-1- A Grape Juice Drink. Allen's Bed Tame Cherry. Mint-6oIa, Orange, Lemon, Cream Soda, Ginger file, Other Soda Water Drinks will be added as our trade demands. how we bottle Soda Water. Phone 202. Vin Fiz H 16 We want you to come in and look over our plant and see $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. on grass Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Cnre taken to prevent accidenU but not responsible should any occur. I am prepared to take care of mares at lOcts per day. W. B. BURTON, TELEPHONE No. 95. LANCASTER, KY- - ! LANCASTER BOTTLING 60.1 Hi The Central Record, Thursday April 9, 1914. SEHHTftfl Page 7 Children Cay fop FBeiefoer?s t l vJSSSSSSsrT- - iaJSBKR) kk Jk J was j' 5 V i . y-- K A I Deafness Cannot Be Cured ri, 'tg&zm rf? . JSsS."S. V s.j f .. if "v Yt xy himsfra$''fr . m W&Stti Jrf"'2fcfisSiJS s. h iWfWTtv. . J Smvi f . .ws i - '&r? ! T k: f . I . i, $liI - w t ,jtsi iJ $ TIic Ivhul Ycu Hare Always Bought, and v.hirfi hai licen, iu u-- e for over 30 years, has borne the fdirnatrtre of ami lias been made under his per- & supervision since J? jfij&f-y--:- . f-- sonal no one to deceive its infancy. Allow J on in this. " are but; All Counterfeits, list "tnt inns ar.:I " villi and endaiijjei." t'jc health of tint Infants and Cltildrezi Uxcrience ngainst jiierhuent. -Jiisl-us-jjooti t:-..l- . It&r.WJSMl-iivXl- SWs.sfct . r' f"' .. ; ... ,rr fi ' i it Ai Tk ; "- - viJ". , ;A: . . by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafntss is caused by an lnflamtd condition of the mu cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube i3 Inflamed jou have a rumbling (sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is 'entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and ' unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever, nine ( cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, i which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous sjrfaces. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for anv caso of Dtafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, it nd for circulars, free& F J. CIIENEV CO. Toledo, Ohio. i uruKHisiB, &r ' Used D. D. D., API j. Scratched 49 Years TP, "rigmiauw)mooiiiiow i iV'V'T;'; '.;:.,":'' - -rit:it l. i' ' i' l'. is in thit s 7i it nns (i skm on ;.i,.n,i relief "' ' "- Thli iltiiiiij Gen r "- o Is Uio n. m.il Mi" nrp of Anno . ,Te Barber i ' ! 11 i h "V1 ;,' . i ij.i riu Take .' Halls ramily I'llls for constipation. js J- - 1i.ii.iii "" lj.m-u- a Can". 15 a, 1: fjoric irc.ps and oatus : . . - Is What.nnle'j CASTOR iol O..for u .. 1 A s . Oil, Parg- sroTiifiito i.oohhsjr S;.r:sps. It i rlea-an- t. It ncill.oe Oi.h..a, "Morphine Jier ol'.cr Narcotic destroys "Worms Ii- ape Js Ks jjvartmlec. It - Icivi: irss. I'or more than thirty years it ;.i tiu:t use lev ti,i relief of Constipation, Colit , nil Teething 'Xruubl-.-and . , Y. .lid i. It rcniLitos the Sioinaeii assd Bowels, Er. rfriiTif wi-- t- - itviJiJfUWJV;Sra ' PM 'l.d'J.'.uyi j'. tj.jijj l 3i fciS Yl IU ffiU SSWfSS C tii..t ir .1 1I11M. r: Oet a 50c tiotlle of this wonderful Hi tHa ' iii .1 .1 uiipk I'li'i ptltlpltf, tiic frkin as sinuuth -- ml hctllhy 111 tl.e skin t,T i Shop for Styk is on RiclnroKd Street. VOIir Get Flair C 1MM.1 . ! t r. m:r lir. i ii' a . uren i'j f bHi I l3 claimca in the Churches a . flStfBK t Tro iim:a and C0ii'R3C;i for it. R. E. AlcKoU-rt- s all that HENRY OUNCArt, I:icri'-oi-l fire t Prtr I millinn nonnlfl t ic wt t,..,. 'Ilrro ""tiui churches throughout rti- ii t.A. wvjw, i, the mated, throng the it- - Easter day is pre-eminent- ly day for N3S2 EaslMahSt.. LJ iG 11. Knt ca KEKECY COMPAisY, clmr r, Leiinr'oi. church- - i;. 'WBflQaay, D U iv . ;iurutafSI94i42l&-XMu2c333BPlBJ- ?. umEzsmn.?tssssx?Js i have Uoore County White a.id Ketl Cob COHN from the se0 mm Licei! a. n. bouri w ! ri La l B. if- ' - f er Pi world on Easter, bending the knee in homage before the King of kings. The Easter festival is one of the most beautiful in the church ' crops of 15li. also Rc:da Ye!-loDcui crop 1,1 1913 nhioh ! v, LakJ er, U, - cji'iUilYhi(lpicked j J . li't' . ro.1, r Panacea Xlio Jialthy auil natural sIcet. Jlctlicr's Frienti. cat- . CA3TORIA always i. ' ender, a festival in which flowers and exquisite music play important parts. j. " ip- V Writ.- - tor samp'es and pr: nIkri..i'p)Sf d. W. BUSriNEI.SC:., t. t i sT ' jfi "A T eara the Signature of 'W-trJ 4 Jfi P. U -- 2 harbinger of spring, the glorious season of hope, of revivified life, presaging the immortality of which man in his philosophic Easter is the a . ' r r moments has vague perception. i t. Let this Easter clay bnn cu into corocumon with that great church which God estab ished for the redcmp'.ioa of the world. SthI - lopper King, 4582. Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and thiee white feet ami was foaled 27J.), Dam Owight Corj, ll."j, by Forrest in 1010. He is iiv Lanl High'-an- l Denmark, 13. he by Mnmbiino Foircst, lie by Xed Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark, Lord Highland by Highland Denmark, by Hl.ick Squirrel, by Illack Eagle 74. dam, Mrs. Culvers S711, bv Hnnison Chief. l;Oj, by Clark Chief. Copper King besides being royally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style and action. At the same time and place I Go; to church on Easter and hear in anthem and sermon that marvelous story of the resurrection. W;;o I.nows? Ry that V2ry act of attending the hou:s of wcrship you may resurrect in your own soui the lziient God hunger which, when it ails one's life, transforms him into a man of wondrous power. t 5 5 .v U ' . '' o!i Go to church on Ec.ctct day and behold the flower laden chan- This huKisome and royally bred saddle stallion will mako the season at at rag place; one mile no-t- h of Bryantsville. on LoxiiiRton eels, the gorgevs varicolored blooms of spring, ?o beautiful to the hu- ' ' 515.00 To Insure A Living Colt. :co"l .'Hir. i . . man vision after the sterile winter. listen to the exquisite music, the sacred compositions of many of the world's masters of harmony, which the choirs will render for your Go edification. Easter day in church will appeal to all that is noblest and best in you. Go to church and partake of that spiritual uplift for which your soul yearns. ,1 per dav F...: '.V...1 ;sri,l- - bai!i $1.50 up lj .S3 00 jtr aay Largo scniple raon:a vilh private btth $.50 to 53.50 per day. it . rva-- . .i t.i.. viler .i i I 5 5 (r $&X4VM M) D&H Pa r tl7 will stand mv l'odel 5 year old jack, BLACK JIM. At $10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. Black Jim is 15J hands high, with good bone, bead and ears and a good breeder. I consider him the best jack in county. Tin-- , jack is subject to register and his pedigree can be furnished at the burn, A lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will "ot be responsible should anv occur. You aie cordizlly tittd to th s noierour n?adquaitrrshiJein Louisii- rvrn if only for a day. Hate your m.il aaarejsea Mere. Vou viii i always g. SKjl i. "'j. oca welcome suest. ROBERT B. JONES. Manajer. ES8t'J f ef seitec-f-i fouitsv cke cimras chicLVs tUroat cure eatir. A few dron-- .. In tlip !'in!n - ifr cr-c-ami l"t' eti . cn -, t'arrliie.-- i- On'rc- UJ i 7a f5 itii f fi I IfJTT v B " r , Fhysicfa!! and Surgeon. Ollice I'hone 6. . ii ar 1 N klet en !;!- - Eourion Cc. lejjftz, 7 L,AXCxSTKR, KV. Ktnlence Phone 22t T i 0 u m K ? Brvantsvilie Phone fJM7UJH3rMJ-WWJ- AA. 53-S flfls. viir; U, -- JU4U' P. sv ife"?--IKaMPr " SQ ,H'f!,v t7" steaET-- . UB- -, -- iiePaimcr JMHr r:3 i'f'll i r T"p R.W :o 12. 1 ? . :o 4 orirfw 1 . Srn 1!v -- Pfcom . r i r 11 II J.'H & agassaKajj'iKsgcasiggcf TMTimiffrfBiarfFffTM GO SOUTH TH.S WINTER whrc fsi ".V-- T y r-- ' : - i z.iff' 2f t? l -'- -- ... J -- Go skw r;s c . !c- -l IL u ,ul ol er, " NOW AVAILABLE tcsst fares VIA .r id r ; Cisco, .: ri"lT r n. dispel ell I rvv i - i "ik r'--- ; i'"Sa4 v i . , i Lie mr r,::MA f ' w . ' v r w i TMEt laank.n tv . V. , . . . v. - nil rw I WMaiiial AND B iar A.L RESORTS OF TriE. SOUTH TICCE".S C.,' SAi: DAILY. ATTRACTIVE S"iO?-0-.ELONG RETURN R i.k. 5Stw "- .aaa, . A . zyi Jf9 A.y ah - t FLORIDA, KEW ORLEANS, PANAMA LIHD Ct" THE SKY." LIA1IT. " Be I. L PRIVILEGES. EQUIPAtENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write KING, R i $a Mm t X Jx jF" T Saslce-3aulbe- rt Co. r. C P5r.3r and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. rJSfXSE2j3UZZ3ZjZ: C2S3E2E222:: , al iri-cernaton- Harvester F. manure Spreaders - lyCV-- JAr " - .,'H,lvv'clSy5' f vnRT x I I... t" ' i U K e U1KP iyMyugik ;r ., vTwt-i an'' o. ' T i jT y l.,.l.. t .onT ' ?, - r . i 'T-iZZ ta."T - S,. -- 4 K IB J .v . . -m p'-- J..?J 3-a- i w.u.f' - i. -- r '"iitw auftY 1' ;" unis;..... il-- a .. " - - TfaelHCL-3- 3 cra Hudf-s. ndi;av ttcwcri BtaJera, Kaps Hay Leaden Hy Prer? CORN AlAailNES Plinlen, Pickers BiiJcn, CaltiTttora Eatiltye Catters ShtUcn. Shredden TILLAGE Per SpnnrTootli wlmA Disk Harrows Cultirator GENERAL UNE 03 and Gas EnfuitS Oil Tractors Maasrc Spreaders Cream Separators Farm Waoas Motor Tracks Taresaers Craia Drills FeedGrisdert Kaif CnaderS Bister Twist ing of parts where strains usually come, 4. Strength of naris where occasional strains come. 5. Wearing qualities and protection of driving parts. 6. Repu tation of manufacturer, insuring efficient repair service. Satisfied American farmers find these essentials in International manure spreaders. International spreaders have, besides, many features that grew out of long field experience. Study the steel construction in frame, wheels, and driving beater; the differmechanism; the entials in rear axles, insuring even spreading while turning corners; the reversible worm and gear; low, easily-loadebox; and many others. International spreaders are of all styles and sizes, high and low, endless and reverse apron. Write for illustrated catalogues, and when we send them we ' will tell you where you may see the spreaders. easily-removabd rect. efficient, antee of T OOK for the following points in the JL-- manure spreader you buy : i. Cor-well-tested i CURIOUS EASTER CUSTOM. j FLOERS. Krouiis of ho.iutifui rrruu-Inplants in the thui.-l- i at Kaster iiune lot color aie rulier than the auiarvIlU in bloom and the I.ilmia auraium, that royal old lily lh.it is bo fickle as an outdoor plant. Sometimes It grows mid blossoms wonderfully, and again it defies cultivation, jet as a pot plant it .; e W- Lie c!e of Ail Times,. Th Thud tf The Gn atest bier C ' ui : iy Thr v. Or- FunJred Thousand Dollar Product iors Fromtht Century That:e Xew York, Original est aridProdu.tion xv, jclC f .;. ! Etrtbinv iim for Orrhard. La Tardea. 2. first-cla- ss design. Guar- materials. 3. Reinforc- - Acmiotis i:.istcr custom has Ijlsjii o'j honed for many centuries in the west- em Alps. One hundred eggs are dis tributed over a level space covcre.1 with wind, and the young men and women perform a dance around them. If a couple are fortunate enough to finish the dance without breaking an egg It U taken as a token of the compatibility of their temperaments, and they are betrothed, and that is perhaps as good a method of making marriages as any yet discovered. I I'or j ficpgih an1 h t$ Write .rce atatofju I. . Biu&hiuai IJH.P.Hiilenm5vev&Sor-- A ROMANCE OF OLD ISRAEL By LOUIS N.PARKER, Author of Disraeli, Pomander Walk, Etc. 1 w II Lexinctoc. Kenitickv. Nurserymen since 1811. rarely fails. It is a magnificent addition to an Easter collection, with its stately air and its golden baud, the of its royalty. Combining with Its Own Unparelled Spectacular Grandur and Tremendous Dramatic strength the scenic Splendor of The Garden of Allah' and the Co3tumc Magnificence of "The Daughter of Heaven" Superbly Brilliant Cast Headed by Lyn Harding. jBrandon 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 stamped reorders with remittances, aod turn envelope, will be received and filled beginning March 30. Address Treasurer, Lexington Opera House. Regular Advance Box Office Sale Thursday.Aprii 9. d, en-sig- n Stomach Trouble Cured. A Cure For Sour Stomach. International Harvester Company of America 1 incorporated) New Albany duapioa Deeraj BfcCormick Ind. KIiri&M OdotH Flaso Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., writes, "For some time I suffered from stomach trouble. I would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. Nothing benefited me until I got Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking two bottles of them I was cured." For sale by all dealers. lmo. Mrs. Win. M. Thompson, of Battle Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been troubled with indigestion, sour stomach and bad breath. After taking two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am well. These tablets are splendid-non- e better." For sale by all dealers, lmo. I JiWFUGRSI i- U. US ir -- ,tMG zir-cSi- 3- T"i 'd !3 Wc tell vouliow. and nay best mart Pr,CM. We are dealers: established in 1'.;: and can da BKTTHK far .. pi PRICES Evenings and Wednesday Matinee, 50c to ?2.00 a -j than agents or commission merchants. References any bank In Wnte for weekly price list. ion-Isvil- M. SABEL &. 1 ueaiert in mtta, niuts, wuuu & 33 E. Harktl St. 1301STIUE. SONS ft. Page 8 otooooooooooocooooOO' The Central Record, Thursday April 9, 1914. Ji Easter Is Older Than Christianity "rrlrr ASTER -5- FARMER'S COLUMN I Vooee OOOO RESURRECTION IPLvW AN EASTER, POEM )rLANN!EHAYNES pacc !eioiv this heading Is tot the exclude ue olonr farmer subscribers, and is for tie sale ! tnck jrram mil nvh things on lrm h the turnier cannot a!Tod to adver ti'se. No not.i't wl'l ,e accepted over foui lines. .u.d uill 'no U.ue of tie koor:i. tr nf ch've I have forty barrels of old corn for sale. J. W. Tatetn. R. F. D. No. 1 haki in Copyright. 1911, "VV - by American Press For pigs. For Sale:-- A 300 pound sow with eight H. Sale:-100- 0 J. Tinsley. Loccst posts. W. Sanders. Judson, Ky. J. Mr. J. W. Walker has a Rood new Studebaker wagon he will sell at a bargain. See him at once. For SaIe;-Tw- o calves. Fresh good milk cows with Morse Wheeler, Teatersville Ky. James 1. Hamilton has a good mare mule, that is a fine worker and he wants to sell her had. Here's a bargain I sed have for sale Johnson county white corn. J, E. Anderson, R. F. D.l LancHSter, phone 324 A. Wanted: To hire to some good farmer Write Andy to work during the year. Burton or Mike Temple. Camp Neison, Ky. TOR SALE On my farm near Hubble. some choice timothy hay, either baled G. A. Swinebroad. or loose. Wanted To rent about 50 acres, or less, of grass land for the year, to graze some short yearling cattle. Ad' 3t. dres this office. 1 Jersey heifer and heifer calf and o- -e aged brood and work mare. Good tf'jrker any where. Priced to sell. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattsville Ky mts victoria Anderson, of near Preachersville has SO acres of grass land to rent for the remainder of year. three year old stallion by $1. uaii iru ot Lincoln, sola a All Peavine, to Alvin Adams, of Bryantsville, for cm wr. shoats averaging about 10 lbs and 1 hruod sow, weight about W lbs. Will tarrow in May. Clarence Green, Paint Lick, RR2 sale:-2- 5 roi: Mr. J. I. Hamilton informs us that two cattle strayed to his place near Cartersville a few weeks ago and owner can get same bj proving ownership and paying for this notice. Mr. R. G. Hampton, of bought the Nevius pony and was advertised for sale in issue. The price paid for cart was $140. Is much older than I SISPULCIiEK Ot Christianity. The very name I by which we know the day Is I sodden earth, a Identical with that of the anpall of cold gray cient Saxou goddess of spring. Easter or Eostre. The Anglo Saxon name for sky; April is Easter month. Taking advantage of the coincidence of the Christian A dreadful silence, festival in point of time with that of save the dirge of the wailthe yearly feast lu honor of the Saxon goddess, the early missionaries gave a ing wind's last sigh ; Christian meaning to the observance of colorless; the day, but it has ever retained its an- A dreary void, all cient name. Easter was at one time life doth thrill no vibrant called the Christian passover, because Across the widening wilderthe Jewish passover occurs about the same date, and the early converts ness the far dim stars from Judaism celebrated Easter and are still. the passover as one festival. "The primitive Christians," we are Beneath the bare, entombing told, "when they met on this day saearth a germ of life is luted each other with the words, 'Christ is arisen.' to which answer was pent made, 'Christ is arisen.- - indeed, and " This In graveclothes, till an inward hath appeared unto Simon.' custom is still observed In the Greek thrill, and cerements are church. "Indeed." to quote a foreign rent, writer, "all the ceremonies attending the observance of Easter were at lirst And groping roots reach out exceedingly simple, but in the early part of the fourth century a decided to grasp the bosom of the change was brought about. world, "Constantine, naturally vain and fond of parade, signalized his love of And upward springs a buddisplay by celebrating this festival ding plant with leaves with extraordinary pomp. Vigils or night watches were instituted on Easlike wings unfurled, ter eve. at which people remained in the cliurches until midnight. The ta- Upon its head a coronal of pers, which it was customary to burn glittering rainbow hue, at this time, did not satisfy his majesty, but huge pillars of wax were used instead, and not only in the churches, Like saint with fabled aurebut all over the city, were they placed ole a lily crowned with so that their brilliancy at night should rival the light of day. dew. "Easter Sunday was observed with mot elaborate ceremonies, the pope officiating at mass, with every impos ing accessory that could be devised." Not kneeling in token of humility, but standing erect with arms outr5KS?!fi stretched and faces looking to heaven to express triumphant pence, the early Christians pra.ed during the fifty days between Easter and Pentecost, and no songs but tho-- e of joy and gratitude were heard. Hetween Easter and Pen tecost the time was considered the most auspicious in the whole year for lovemaklng and marriages, and those two holy days were the best on which to baptize children Of all the Easter customs, that of coloring and making presents of eggs seems the only distinctive one that has found a place In our time and country. E A who bought Wooltex Coats and Suits for Easter last year, are buying' Wooltex Coats and Suits for Easter This Year. We keep a record in our store of the sales made of Wooltex garments, putting on record the name ot the purchaser, and the type of garment purchased. Uye women L.&N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland. L & N to all points South isozs; 11:0-- a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. fcR f)0 I I Our records this year show that a very large percentage of those who purchased WOOLTEX garments last year, are purchasing them again this season. We can offer no better evidence in proof of the fact that WOOLTEX coats and suits give complete satisfaction both in style, in quality and in service. Profit by this knowledge by securing for your own Easter coat or suit this year, a Wooltex coat or suit. 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. s v&tt yy v Ujf ;A t I n if I IF YOU WILL PERMIT us to demonstrate to you the need of Insurance, we are satisfied that you will no longer be without it. Leavel-Heade- d ,0J Cjjynzlit 191, Cupynztt 19H 'lie II. Black Co. "IlcH. llUiiCo. 1 1 'fcsSSS Wooltex Suits $19.75 to $35 of New York made Suits in new Wool materials and in Silks in all the latest 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. We also show very complete lines FRISBIE I & THOMAS, KY. LANCASTER. colors and shapes at every price from $12.50 to $69.50. Offue Citizens National Bank New Silk Dresses We never before showed as many beautiful Silk Dresses You will find each Dress tinctive in Style and very reasonable in price. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge "oil. Coramomvealthti Attorney l'anes A. Hardiu. Hon. Emmet Pur- - Stanford, TRUTH THAT EASTER TELLS. cart that our last V you look into the face of human pony and ity on Easter day and listen to its as we now have in Stock. dis- Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. W. II. Brui. Master Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund Uenj. F. Robluswu. Official Court Stenographer Ills! .S'le shelby Mason. jear. Walton Moss has some of his premium seed corn for sale. It is the Boone County White variety and there is none batter. He also has several hundred pounds of honey for sale. The annual April Stallion Show will be held at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association grounds Monday April 13, at 2 p. m. The Show is free to all owners and exhibitors alike and though intended primarily for stallions alone, there will be many mares and geldings and youngsters on display. Tins year a number of prominent "Jioroughbred breeders will have their famous stallions on hand in addition to the trotters and saddle horses which constituted the show in the past. Every on- - who loves a good horse is invited to be present and to bring his friends with him. At no place else in the world are there as many prominent stallions located as in Fayette and adjoining counties and from these horses the show will be made up. accents and watch its movements wherever the message of Easter has been spoken you know that it is Joyful news, good tidings. The pealing bells, the jubilant songs, the churches nnd the homes bright with the flowers of spring, the festive garments, the whole costume nnd utterance of Christendom show that the word has been spoken as a word of cheer, a word of hope, a summons to rejoicing. Is not this in Itself a great achievement? To fill the heart of the world with a great HE heart's a tomb, all hope and an unselfish Joy is not that a great good? That Jesus the Christ has 53 pulseless, cold, done all this for the world no man can Long hid beneath the deny. There is reason in this rejoicing. It silent mold is the truth that Easter tells that makes the whole earth glad What Is Of Doubt and vanity and this truth? It Is the truth that there is Hate, life beyond the grave. To the perfect man there is no death, and in every man there is a spiritual principle over And yet beneath this mounwhich death has no power. This has tain weight been the unquenchable hope of manA spark divine with power kind in all the ages, and the resurrection of Christ gives to this hope a untold. great confirmation. Dr. Washington Gladden In Woman's Iloine When from the tomb the stone one-pie- ce The materials are Pussywillow Taffetas, Canton Crepes, Crepe Meteors, Crepe du Chenes, and Taffetas, in both Dresses, at all prices from $12.50 and three-piece to $65.00. County Judge C. A. Arnold. County Attorney;. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J. A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy SLerlR George T. Ballard. Superlntendant ol Schools Miss Jennie Hlg 1ds. Assessor Date Sanders. Deputy Assessor E.B. Ray. Jailer Dave Ron. Supervisor ol Roads SleveUud Treasurer J. W. Elmore. White and Wash Dresses than 25 Styles of Novelty wash dresses at choice for $5.98 All sizes to 44. Bourn-:- . We Show a great line of more Many Exquisite and Exclusive Styles of white dresses at DiX-MAK- MAtilsTRATES. J. X. White 1st. Dlsr. Logan I son 2nd. Mat. Jobs S. lid 3rd, Dlst. James Coldiron 4th. Dlst. 111 $15.00 to $40.00. COUNTY BOARD OF KDl'CATIOX. Be SURE to SEE our line of the celebrated E house dresses from $1.25 to $4.50. Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. R. D. McMurtr). 2nd. li-- t. O. J. Heudrcn. Iril. Dlst. Thomas P. King-- 4th. Dlst. . CITY OF LAXUAsTKK. Mayor I.. (;. DaUdsou. City JmlKe l'rather. City Attorney J. E. Robinson. Children's Dresses line of We are execlusive agents for the DETROIT-PRINCESChildren's Dresses. This line is in a class by itself. Prices are no more than the ordinary kinds, while the dresses are very extraordinary in that they are perfectly made of choice materials and unusually attractive styles and perfect fitting. S J.l. is rolled EASTER EVE. F.U. Hurt. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer V. F. Champ. Cbiel Police - E. Ilerrou. CityCl-r- k I- ONE SIGN OF SPRING. "Mother, I've stubbed my toe!" More surely than the first song of a bird does this plaintive note from the small boy foretell that spring has arrived. boy is here once more. The bare-foAnd the scenes of his great adventures, however detrimental to his clothing and conducive to fear for his safety, down in the orchard is taking on the ale green of spring. The waters of the creek are once more becoming tepid, and soon our bare-fopirate will be faring forth upon his fence-ra- il craft. The note of joy which some claim they can detect in the squeakings of the small froggie at the approach of spring, surely must by now be somewhat supplanted witn a tremulous note of terror as he thinks vandal and invader of of this bare-fohis home. The "click" of the marbles is heard in the schoolyards and the back alleys, and there is an odor of oil of tar about the house as last year's baseball mit in put into shape to stand another season of service. With all these things spelling joy unbounded to the small boy, it setms ttlmost a shame to mention that also at hand is the season for washing his feet everv night before he can go to bed!. ot ot I saw two women n.cpir.s ly the tomb Of one new buried in a fair Kreen place Bowered with shrubs. Tiie eve retained no trace Of aught that day performed, but the Of dylnir day wis spre.ul upon the sky; The moon was Imiatl and briRht above the wood; The distance sounded of a multitude; Music and shout nnd minsled leveiry At length came gleaming through the thicket shade Helmet and casque and a steel armed band Watched round the rppulrher in solemn conveyed. And 1 could see those women rise and go, Order the dark trees moving sad and slow. Henry Alford In Kansas City Star. i"he nUht word passed, from From unseen roots of Faith there spring The leaves of Hope, fast blossoming, And then a wondrous flower in bloom The flower of Love and COUXCII.MEX Parker (ireuory. W. 31. Zanone. Dr. J. A. Anion. II. U. Hamilton. Sam Cottou. W. O. Goodloe. faint c.loom stand: mm to man from the tomb The soul has risen. Thus reborn, Dost doubt the resurrection Shirt Waists We show a great line of the new Silk Shadow Lace waists in white and tints at $6.00 to $10. Crepe du Chene and Georgette Crepe waists in white and colors at $4.50 to $8.00. White Cotton Crepe waists in a wonderfully attractive lot of new shapes at very moderate prices $1.00 to $3.50 and you will like every one. J morn? Unchlvalreus Comment, Professor Rippman of London an nounces that girls begin to talk earlier than boys. Yep! Earlier, of tener, longer and later. Exchange. Millionaire's Enjoyment. Astor was worth ten million, but he took a personal delight in sitting In the lobby of the Astor house and watching the dollars roll Into this palace that his brain had planned. To have an idea, to watch it grow, to then work it out and see it made manifest In concrete substance, this was his joy. ' Good Rule fir Right Living. Gentleness and cheerfulness", these come before all morality they are the perfect duties. If your morals make you dreary, depend upon It they are wrong. J do not say "give them up," for they may be all you have; but conceal them, like a vice, lest they should spoil the lives of better men. Robert Louis Stevenson. "By Jove, old chap, you're an hour late!" "That chauffeur of mine can- not accustom himself to disregarding laws and ordinances!" Puck. Human Eyesight Diminishing. English doctor recently made the statement that only n about 30 per cent of the present of Great Britain has normal eyesight, and If things go on as they are going now, he foresees a time when practically the whole of the BrltlBh nation will be a nation in A well-know- n popu-laUo- New Spring Corsets Why not buy your corset where you can be fitted properly by an expert Graduate Corsettierre? We carry full lines of Gossard Front Lacing corsets from $2 to $15. Redfern Corsets from $3 to $6.00. Warners Rust Proof Corsets $1 to $3.50. Munsing Union Suits The undersigned hereby gve warn-- J ing 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. G. W. Elara. P.. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. G. Anderson J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. JI. Lear. A. J. Caddell, W. S. Embry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. V. 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. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg,-3rd.- " Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. POSTED J. - Kayser Silk Gloves - McCulIam Silk Hose hj?i- - 4 , u CASTOR A For Infants and I Children. Ila Kind' You Have Always Bought Snatuxe of CjtO&X T&ZcU&i Boars the jjr VgLaT" Tiny English Church; The smallest church In England at Fairfield, Romney Marsh, was visited recently by the archbishop of Canterbury. The building, an ancient one, Is Isolated in a meadow surrounded by water. The six painted box pews were filled with visitors. The jrimate preached from a high pulpIt.aW his head nearly touched the oak beams. A, B. ROBERTSON & BRO., Danville, Kentucky "THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX" , , - -- . k. "Ktj 1 y;fe: